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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1921 




COMPLIMENTS OF 



Joseph A. Rourke. 



Commissioner of Public Works 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER 
OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



Appropriations 8 

Appropriations, special 9 

Contracts: 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

rebate 36 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

edgestones, etc 35 

Ashes 49 

Asphalt pavement 37 

Asphalt concrete pave- 
ment 38 

Bitulithic pavement 39 

Bituminous pavement, re- 
pairing 40 

Bridge work 30 

Catch-basins, cleaning 

same 48 

Electric lighting 33 

Ferry work 32 

Gas, furnishing same 33 

Gas, lighting streets with 

same 33 

Granite block pavement . . 40 

Hired teams 27 

In force, made in previous 

years, Sanitary Service, 50 
Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service 50 

Miscellaneous, Street 

Cleaning Service 51 



Miscellaneous, Water 

Service 54 

Offal 49 

Sewerage works 42 

Sheet asphalt pavement . . 37 

Snow and ice 41 

Water pipes, laying 52 

Water pipes, relaying .... 52 

Watering carts 51 

Wood block pavement: ... 39 

Employees 76 

Expenditures 24 

Expenditures, by items, seg- 
regated budget 12 

Financial statement 24 

General review 2 

Maintenance, comparative 

table 25 

Organization 1 

Pavements, area of 57 

Pavements, changes in 59 

Pavements, length of 58 

Pavements, miles of 60 

Property, personal 61 

Property, real 64 

Rainfall 56 

Revenue 26 

Snowfall 56 

Street mileage 59 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Admin'stration expenses, Central Office . 



PAGE 

82 



IV 



Contents. 
Appendix B. 



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

(Bridge Service.) 
(Page 83.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations, special 98 

Appropriations, special, sum- 
mary of 98 

Bridges, work done on: 

Arlington Street Bridge ... 83 
Ashland Street Bridge .... 84 
Bennington Street Bridge, 84 
Charlestown and Warren 

Bridges 84 

Chelsea Bridge North .... 85 
Clarendon Street Bridge . . 85 
Columbus Avenue Bridge, 86 

Dorchester Avenue 86 

Dove- Street Bridge (over 

Fort Point Channel) ... 86 
Hyde Park Avenue Bridge 

(over Mother Brook) ... 87 
Massachusetts Avenue 

Bridge 87 

Meridian Street Bridge 

Draw Span 88 

New Allen Street Bridge, 

Hyde Park 88 

Public Garden Bridge .... 88 
Sprague Street Bridge, 

Hyde Park 88 

Warren 89 

West Glenwood Avenue 
Bridge (over Mother 

Brook, Hyde Park) 89 

West Newton Street 
Bridge (over New York, 
New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad) 89 

City base, elevations and 

datum 116 

Drawtenders' houses 90 

Drawtenders' report 115 



PAGB 

Elevations, city base 1 16 

Expenditures 102 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations 102 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations, summary of . . 105 

Financial statement 98 

Fireboat Wharf, Northern 

Avenue Bridge 91 

Long Island Wharves 92 

Public Landing 90 

Roxbury Canal 90 

Steamer "Monitor" 92 

Strandway Beach, Strand- 
way, South Boston .. . . 91 

List of Bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 
Service 106 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 107 

In charge of Park and 

Recreation Department 108 

Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission. . 110 

Maintained by railroad 

corporation 110 

Maintained by United 

States Government. ... 112 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 
limits 108 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 109 



Contents. 



List of Bridges: 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 108 

Recapitulation of bridges. . . 112 



PAGE 

Repairs on bridges 100 

Tides, highest and lowest 

recorded 117 

Width of bridge openings ... 113 

Work done 83 



(Ferry Service.) 
(Page 118.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 118 

Appropriations, amount paid 

from 124 

Appropriations, comparison 

of (five years) 120 

Appropriations, special 125 

Balance sheet 120 

Comparative balance sheet 

(five years) 122 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (five years). . . . 122 
Difference in travel between 

ferries 128 



PAGE 

Expenditures 118 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(five years) 122 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 124 

Ferryboats 118 

Financial statements 118 

Receipts at each ferry 127 

Receipts, compai ison of (five 

years) 122 

Ticket statement 127 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 129 

Work done 93 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 
(Page 130.) 



(Lighting Service.) 
(Page 133.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp, per annum 140 

Defects 135 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 135 



Electric lights, cost of 

Expenditures 

Financial statement 

Gas lamps, number and 
kind of 



PAGE 

139 
133 
133 

135 



VI 



Contents. 



PAGE 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lam]) per annum 138 

Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum, 141 

Lamps, number of installed 

during year 135 

Lamps, discontinued 135 

Lamps, repaired and altered, 136 



PAGE 

Number and style of lamps, 

January 1, 1922 137 

Outages on street lamps .... 137 

Rebates 137 

Repairs 136 

Revenue 134 

Work done 134 



(Paving Service.) 
(Page 142.) 



PAGE 

Artificial stone sidewalks.. . . 153 
Asphalt, cost of patching 
(ten years) : 

Sicilian rock 467 

Sheet asphalt 458 

Summary of 471 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 156 

Bituminous pavement: 
Cost of patching (ten 

years) 472 

Summary of 476 

Brick sidewalks, new, by 

districts 284 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 285 

Edgestone, new, by districts, 284 

Electric light poles 289 

Expenditures (summary and 
detail) : 

Granolithic sidewalks 172, 180 

Highways, making of 172, 228 

Washington street, West 

Roxbury 172, 179 

North Beacon street, 

Brighton 172, 178 

Stuart street 172, 179 

Paving service 172 

Reconstructing and repair- 
ing streets by contract, 172, 189 
Street improvements .... 172, 270 
Expenditures, objects of. . 173 
Expenditures, detail of . . . 174 

Financial statement 171 

General review 130 



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

Income 

Macadam streets, mainte- 
nance of 

Permits 

Permits, revenue from 

Plans for proposed work .... 

Revenue 

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

Snow and ice removed by 

contract 

Snow and ice removed by 

districts by day labor . . 

Snow, summary of volume 

and cost of 

Street numbering 

Street openings 

Streets: 

Paved with asphalt on 

macadam base 

Paved with granite blocks 

on concrete base 

Paved with granite blocks, 

maintenance of 

Paved with asphalt con- 
crete 

Paved with bitulithic 

Paved with wood block . . . 

With smooth pavement, 

expiration of guaranty, 

With smooth pavement, 

summary of 



433 
172 

283 
288 
289 
290 
172 
431 

291 

286 

286 

287 
290 

288 

146 

142 

433 

146 
151 
152 

291 

432 



Contents. 



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Work done 

By contract, summary of, 
By clay labor, summary of, 
By department force, de- 
tail of (between pages 
272, 273). 
Charged to maintenance . . 
Charged to North Beacon 
street, Brighton; Stuart 
street and Washington 
street, West Roxbury . . 
Charged to granolithic 
sidewalks, recapitula- 
tion of 



142 
166 
170 



272 



273 



274 



Work done : 

Charged to highways, 
making of, recapitula- 
tion of 277 

Charged to reconstructing 
and repairing streets by 
contract, recapitulation 
of 274 

Charged to street im- 
provements, appropria- 
tion, recapitulation of, 279 

Charged to special appro- 
priations, recapitulation 
of 273 



Appendix D. 



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

(Sewer Service.) 



(Page 477.) 



Work done : 

Catch-basins built, charged 

to sewerage works 

Catch -basins built, charged to 

other sewer construction, 

Catch-basins, c 1 e a n e d by 

contract 

Coal contracts, pumping sta- 
tion (Supply Department), 
Executions of court on ac- 
count of land-takings. . . . 
Expenditures: 

Maintenance 

Maintenance, detail of . . . 
Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 

Sewerage works, detail of. 

Sewerage works, loan 

Financial statement 

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

court 

Manholes built charged to 
sewerage works 



505 
505 
493 
492 
502 

483 

487 

491 
494 
495 

482 

511 

502 
503 



512 



Miles of sewers, February 1, 

1922 

Old Haibor improvement 

expenditures 510 

Pumping sewage, average 
cost per million foot gal- 
lons 514 



501 



513 



Pumping station, Calf Past- 
ure, work done 

Pumping stations, equipment 
of 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 515 

Refuse, removing same from 

gate house 516 

Schedule of sewers built to 

date 512 

Sewers built by contract, 
force account (between 
pages 494, 495). 

Sewers built by day labor, 
force account (between 
pages 494, 495). 



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Contents. 



Sewers built, charged to 

sewerage works 495 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (twelve months) ... 512 



Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 512 

Work done 477 

Work in charge of division, 480 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 517.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 517 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 525 

Carts, capacity of 524 

Carts, number of 529 

Districts, map of 530 

Expenditures, items of 519 

Financial statement 517 

Force employed on house 

dirt and ashes 523 

Force employed on house 

offal 523 

Force employed on waste and 

rubbish 523 

Horseshoeing 521 

Income 517 

Maintenance 517 

Materials: 
Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 

districts 522 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (five years) 523 

Collected by districts 526 



Materials: 
Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 528 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
528, 529). 

Final disposition of 527 

Garbage removed (5 years), 524 
Number of loads collected 
from February 1, 1916, 
to January 26, 1922. .. . 524 
Offal collected by con- 
tract, number of loads. . 525 
Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (five years) 524 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pp. 528, 529). 

Revenue 517 

Sanitary districts 530 

Shops 520 

Weight of materials 526 

Work done 478 

Work done for other services, 518 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 531. 



Cost of watering streets by 

districts 539 

Expenditures, distribution of, 535 

Expenditures, items of 531 

Financial statement 531 

Flushing streets 535 



Horses, cost of maintenance, 537 

Horses, distribution of 537 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 538 

Oil purchased, number of 

gallons and cost of 539 





Contents. 


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Snow removed, cost of 


PAGE 

536 


Streets: 


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Streets: 

Area watered and cost per 
square yard 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 536, 537). 


539 


Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 536, 537). 
Treated with oil, cost of. . 

Watered, cost by districts, 
Work done 


538 
539 
539 

478 









Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
WATER DIVISION. 



(Water Service.) 
(Page 540.) 



PAGE 

Abatements 551 

Automobiles, cost of opera- 
ting 548 

Construction, cost of 547 

Consumption of water 588 

Distribution of mains and 

services 588 

Elevators 551 

Expenditures 543 

Expenditures, detail of 544 

Expenditures, comparison of, 546 £ 

Financial statement 543 

Fire pipes 551 

Fountain repairs 569 

Fountains established and 

abandoned 570 

Fountains, number of 563 

Hydrants, blow-off and reser- 
voir pipes 560 

Hydrant repairs 565 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1922 561 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of, established and 

abandoned 565 



PAGE 

Income branch 551 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 578 

Main pipe, cost of replacing, 582 

Main pipe, cost of relocation, 587 
Main pipe line and valves in 

same 559 

Main pipe work, mainte- 
nance of 564 

Meter branch 552 

Meter repairs 552 

Meters: 

Applied 557 

Changed 556 

Changes, reasons for 557 

Condemned 555 

In service, January 31, 

1922 554 

Installed 552 

On hand January 31, 1922, 553 

Purchased 554 

Repaired 555 

Set 571 

Motors 551 

Receipts 543 

Receipts, comparison of 546 \ 



Contents. 



PAGE 

Revenue 543 

Service pipes: 

Abandoned and plugged . . 567 

Cost of laying 567 

Cost of laying, detail of. . . 568 

Laid and abandoned 566 

Maintenance of 564 

Repairs, cost of 569 

Total number and lengths 

of 562 

Shops, work done in: 

Blacksmith 574 

Carpenter 575 

Machine 573 

Plumbing 576 

Miscellaneous 577 



Water: 

Average monthly heights at 
different stations (be- 
tween pages 586, 587). 

Debt 547 

Sinking fund 547 

Water pipes, total length of, 559 
Water pipes, established and 

abandoned 570 

Water post, repairs 571 

Water rates, comparative 

statement 551 

Water, consumption of 588 

Water, turning off and on. . . 552 

Waste, prevention of 558 

Work done 540 

Work done, detail of 540 



(High Pressure Fire Service.) 



(Page 589.) 

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Expenditures 593 Work done . 

Financial statement 593 



PAGE 

589 



Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSON. 



(Page 594.) 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 594 

Draw openings 597 



Drawtenders' report 598 

Expenditures 596 

Work done 594 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1922. 



Boston, February 1, 1922. 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Sir, — In compliance with Revised Ordinances the 
annual report of the operations and expenses of the 
Public Works Department for the year ending January 
31, 1922, 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. 

The department is composed of 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. 22. 

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 commis- 
sion and also because one half of the expense 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, reconstruc- 
tion 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, street cleaning 
and the oiling and watering of streets. 

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

Review. 

A brief summary of the principal activities of the 
Public Works Department during the year ending 
January 31, 1922, follows: 

Bridge Service. 

A new steel deck girder bridge, encased in concrete, 
was constructed in Ashland street, West Roxbury, over 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

A new steel bridge, encased in concrete, was con- 
structed on Clarendon street, over the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford and Boston & Albany Railroads. 

A new bridge of reinforced concrete has been con- 
structed on Hyde Park avenue, over Mother brook, 
Hyde Park. 

A new footbridge has been built in the Public Garden, 
for the Park Department, under the supervision and 
direction of this department. 



Public Works Department. 3 

A section of the Dover Street Bridge on the Boston 
side, which had been destroyed by fire last August, has 
been entirely reconstructed, the work being done by the 
day labor force of the Boston Transit Department. 

Appropriations have been provided for the construc- 
tion of a new bascule bridge between Boston and Chelsea 
in place of the existing temporary pile bridge which was 
constructed about nine years ago. 

The bridge over the Boston & Albany Railroad at 
Cambridge street, Allston, will be rebuilt during 1922. 

Ferry Service. 

Two new steel ferryboats, the "Lieutenant Flah- 
erty" and the " Ralph J. Palumbo, " have been built 
and are now in commission. They have been equipped 
with special pumps and nozzles for assisting the Fire 
Department in the event of waterfront fires. 

The ferryboat "Noddle Island" had its machinery 
completely overhauled and repaired and a new super- 
structure built providing for four lines of roadway traffic. 

As a result of the large appropriation you have author- 
ized for the rehabilitation of the Ferry Service, we now 
have seven boats with a teaming capacity of more than 
one hundred per cent of that provided heretofore. 

Two old ferryboats, the "D. D. Kelly" and 
"General Hancock," which were unfit for further 
service, have been sold. 

Designs have been completed, and we are now ready 
to advertise for proposals for the reconstruction of two 
ferry entrances providing for two lines of traffic entering 
and leaving the boats, in place of the existing roadway 
which permits only a single line of traffic with the con- 
sequent delays caused thereby. 



Engineering parties from this department have been 
loaned to the Institutions, Fire, Hospital and Public 
Buildings Department, and an appreciable saving in the 
cost of engineering work has been accomplished. 

A new wall was constructed along the line of the 
Roxbury canal where the old bulkhead and walls had 
collapsed in the rear of the Paving, Sanitary, Sewer and 
Water yards and the City Hospital, and the canal 
dredged to allow larger barges to deliver coal to the 
hospital at a saving of approximately $1 per ton per 
year on coal for the Hospital Department. 



4 City Document No. 22. 

Paving Service. 

In the Highway Division we have continued your 
policy of reconstructing the main traffic arteries to the 
suburban sections of the city, as well as the heavy 
traffic business streets in the city proper. Among the 
more important highways are: 

Chelsea street, Charlestown, widening. 

Chelsea street, from Maverick square to Day square, 
East Boston. 

Dorchester street, from Broadway to Eighth street, 
South Boston. 

Dorchester avenue, from Fields corner to Peabody 
square, Dorchester. 

Morton street, from Harvard to Canterbury street, 
Dorchester. 

Washington street, from Roslindale square to West 
Roxbury parkway, West Roxbury. 

Walnut avenue and Sigourney street, from Columbus 
avenue to Glen road, Roxbury. 

Columbus avenue, from Roxbmy Crossing to Seaver 
street, Roxbury. 

Centre street, from Columbus avenue to Green street, 
Jamaica Plain. 

Green street, from Centre to Call streets, Jamaica 
Plain. 

Centre street, from Allandale street to Spring street, 
West Roxbury. 

Beech street, from Centre street to Poplar street, West 
Roxbury. 

Portland street, from Hanover to Causeway streets, 
city proper. 

Merrimac street, from Haymarket square to Portland 
street, city proper. 

Friend street, from Union to Causeway streets, city 
proper. 

Richmond street, from Hanover street to Atlantic 
avenue, city proper. 

Market street, Brighton, from Washington street to 
Western avenue. 

Cambridge street, from Charles river to the Boston 
& Albany Railroad bridge, Brighton. 

Hyde Park avenue from Clarendon Hills to Cleary 
square, Hyde Park. River street, from the railroad 
bridge to Fairmount avenue, Hyde Park. Charles 
street, from Beacon to Cambridge streets, city proper — 
street widened to 80 feet and permanently paved. 



Public Works Department. 5 

Chestnut Hill avenue, from Beacon street to Com- 
monwealth avenue — widened to 80 feet. In this con- 
nection the area between Beacon street and the Brook- 
line line was completed with a reserved area providing 
a 65-foot roadway around Cleveland circle. 

Poplar street, from Roslindale to Hyde Park line. 

The widening of North Beacon street, from Market 
street to the Watertown line, Brighton. 

Construction of Stuart street, from Huntington avenue 
to Washington street, city proper. 

Construction of a new roadway through Franklin 
Park, from Morton street to the Arborway. 

Sewer Service. 

Approximately 22,000 linear feet of sewers and surface 
drains have been constructed, the most important of 
which are: 

Roslindale branch of Stony brook. 

Muddy river conduit in Brookline avenue, Roxbury. 

Rebuilding of the old wooden sewer in Chatham 
street, city proper. 

Extending the Lubec street overflow in East Boston. 

Necessary sewers for the widening of Chelsea street, 
Charlestown. 

Construction of sanitary sewer in Parker avenue and 
North Harvard street, Brighton. 

Extension of the Farragut road overflow, South 
Boston. 

Construction of a sewer for the relief of the City Point 
section of South Boston, where floodings had occurred 
for years. 

Pumping engine No. 5 at the Calf Pasture pumping 
station has been completely overhauled at an expense 
of approximately $100,000. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

A new Elgin motor-driven pick-up machine has been 
purchased; and by the use of car sprinklers and motor- 
driven flushers a more sanitary method of cleaning 
streets has been made possible, particularly in the down- 
town section and on the main arteries. 

Sanitary Service. 

The City Council awarded to Coleman Brothers, Inc., 
the lowest bidder, after public advertisement, a contract 



City Document No. 22. 

for the disposal of ashes, garbage, and refuse for a period 
of ten years commencing July 1, 1922, at a total cost of 
$3,795,000. 

Water Division. 

Approximately 50,000 linear feet of water pipe were 
relaid throughout the city. The mains taken out were 
small and nearly filled up. Their replacement with 
larger mains has made a notable improvement in the 
supply of water for household and fire purposes. 

About 2,500 feet of 24-inch pipe, laid in 1885, in Per- 
kins street, West Roxbury, were relaid with 36-inch 
pipe. This work is the first step in a plan to afford an 
adequate second high service supply from the Metro- 
politan mains. 

The 36-inch high service main in Harrison avenue has 
been completed over the railroad bridge near Broadway, 
greatly improving the high service supply to the high 
value district of the city proper. 

Six and one-half miles of old mains were cleaned in 
East Boston and Brighton, the carrying capacity of 
which had been greatly reduced by filling up. Their 
restoration to the original size of the pipe provides a 
great improvement in the supply, particularly for fire 
protection. 

In cooperation with the United States Government, a 
much needed improvement has been made in the fire- 
fighting facilities at the United States Public Health 
Service Hospital in West Roxbury. 

Pitometer waste surveys have been completed of 
the South Boston distribution system, a portion of the 
South End system, the high service system in the city 
proper, Roxbury and the greater portion of Dorchester, 
and a portion of the low service system of the city 
proper. Work is now in progress on a section of the 
low service system of Roxbury and the Back Bay. A 
large number of leaks have been located and stopped, 
with an appreciable decrease in the cost to the city 
for consumption. 

The work of installing meters, in compliance with 
the statute, has been carried on. Approximately 3,000 
new water meters were installed during the year. 

High Pressure Fire Service. 

The two pumping stations of the High Pressure Fire 
Service have been completed and were placed in opera- 



Public Works Department. 7 

tion last November. One in the Edison station on 
Atlantic avenue, opposite Pearl street, is equipped 
with two electrically-driven, 4-stage centrifugal pumps, 
each of a capacity of 3,000 gallons per minute, at 300 
pounds pressure. The equipment in the Lincoln Power 
Station of the Boston Elevated Railway Company con- 
sists of two steam turbine-driven, 3-stage centrifugal 
pumps, each of a capacity of 3,000 gallons per minute, 
at 300 pounds pressure. 

During the year over 4,000 linear feet of 12-inch, 
16-inch and 20-inch high pressure pipe were laid in 
extending the system and twenty-one new hydrants 
were established. 

In submitting the final report of my service as Com- 
missioner of Public Works, I beg leave to express to 
your Honor my deep appreciation of the constant 
support and assistance which you have so generously 
and whole-heartedly given to me. 

Your administration covered the most trying period 
in the history of the city, when the Federal require- 
ments during the World War necessitated the abandon- 
ment of important activities of this department in 
particular. Nevertheless a radical improvement has 
been made under your direction in every branch of this 
department. Practically every official and employee 
ranking below the division heads has received a gen- 
erous increase in salary or wages. Unnecessary posi- 
tions have been abolished without entailing hardship 
through the discharge of superannuated employees, and 
invariably promotions have been made on merit with 
due regard for seniority and with no consideration on 
account of political preferment. In my opinion the 
morale of the department has greatly benefited by your 
courteous and generous treatment of the employees. 

I desire also to express my appreciation of the loyal 
support of the great majority of the supervisory officials 
and employees who withstood the temptations for 
greatly increased compensation in other fields. With- 
out their loyalty, the various activities of this depart- 
ment would have been seriously hampered. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas F. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



City Document No. 22. 



Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the work of the Public Works 
Department during the year February 1, 1921, to Jan- 
uary 1, 1922, was made available from the following 
sources : 

First. — Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation. In December, 
1920, the department estimates of the money necessary 
for 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 appropri- 
ations as passed by the City Council and approved by 
the Mayor are shown below. On another page will be 
found the total expenditures by each service for each 
item in the segregated budget : 



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

Total . 



Oiling Service 



$88,634 20 

432,769 22 

501,856 57 

727,688 20 

1,278,474 40 

1,507,256 63 

954,656 80 

607,430 67 

1,286,239 46 

57,385,006 15 



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



Amount expended during the year 



$761,550 39 



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 sewage 
works are now built. (Sewerage Works — Sewer Service.) 

Balance Februarv 1, 1921 $295,615 71 

Loan 1,000,000 00 

Total 

Expended during the year 

Balance January 31, 1922 



1,295,615 71 
974,138 27 

$321,477 74 



* Paid by Bridge Service and included in that appropriation. 



Public Works Department. 9 

Fourth. — High Pressure Fire Service. (Water Serv- 
ice.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $279,019 38 

Loan inside debt limit 120,000 00 



$399,019 38 
Expended during the year 322,824 41 

Balance January 31, 1922 .... $76,194 97 

Fifth. — Chelsea Bridge South. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $14,867 54 

Loan inside debt limit * 600,000 00 

$614,867 54 
Expended during the year 3,142 12 

Balance January 31, 1922 .... $611,725 42 

Sixth. — Dover Street Bridge, rebuilding. (Bridge 
Service.) 

Loan inside the debt limit $40,000 00 

Expended during the year 17,317 54 

Balance January 31, 1922 $22,682 46 

Seventh. — Hyde Park Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Serv- 
ice.) 

Loan inside debt limit $20,000 00 

Expended during the year 5,902 04 

$14,097 96 

Eighth. — North Beacon street, Brighton. (Paving 
Service.) 

Loan inside debt limit $125,000 00 

Expended during the year t 28,221 79 

$96,778 21 



Special Appropriations. 

Ashland Street Bridge, Reconstruction. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $63,567 49 

Expended during the year 56,274 15 

Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 . $7,293 34 

* Authorized but not issued, $000,000. 

t Includes payment made by Board of Street Commissioners. 



10 City Document No. 22. 

Bridge Repairs, Etc. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $28,753 79 

Appropriation from taxes . . . 90,000 00 

Revenue 12,548 70 



Total $131,302 49 

Expended during the year 101,934 88 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 . $29,367^61 

Brookline Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $713 91 

Transferred from power and heating plant, Deer 

Island 3,946 09 



Total $4,660 00 

Expended during the year . ., . . . 4,660 00 

* Granite Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes $2,858 56 

Expended during the year 2,809 60 



Unexpended balance transferred to City 

Treasury $48 96 

Sea Wall, Etc., Roxbury Canal. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $109,492 69 

Loan issued 80,000 00 



Total $189,492 69 

Expended during the year 95,040 53 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1921 . $ 94,452 16 

East Boston Ferry, Improvements, Etc. (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $343,399 29 

Loan issued (authorized in 1920 but not issued) 

outside the debt limit 500,000 00 

Total $843,399 29 

Expended during the year 582,783 16 

$260,616 13 

Ferryboat "Noddle Island." (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $100,323 38 

Expended during the year . ... 98,754 21 

$1,569 17 



* Maintained jointly by Suffolk County and town of Milton. 



Public Works Department. 11 

Ferryboats, Repairs, Etc. (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 $3,359 68 

Expended during the year 2,013 25 



,346 43 



Granolithic Sidewalks. (Paving Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes $50,000 00 

Expended during the year 49,992 82 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 . $0 18 

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

Balance February 1, 1921 $181,749 86 

Appropriation from taxes 750,000 00 



Total $931,749 86 

Expended during the year 880,464 34 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 . $51,285 52 

Street Improvements. (Paving Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes $290,000 00 

Transfer from Paving Service . . . . 711 40 



Total $290,711 40 

Expended during the year 290,711 40 

Washington Street, West Roxbury. (Paving Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes $100,000 00 

Expended during the year 63,877 87 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 . $36,122 13 

Stuart Street. (Chapter 312, Acts of 1920 and Chapter 407, 

Acts of 1921.) (Paving Service.) 
Expended during the year $1,361 53 

Old Harbor Improvement. (Sewer Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1921 .... $3383 

Loan issued (authorized in 1920 but not issued) . 90,000 00 



Total $90,033 83 

Expended during the year 58,852 93 

$31,180 90 



12 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 

From February 1, 1921, 



Group and Item. 


Central Office. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


A. Personal Service as per Schedule A: 


$83,608 62 


$313,513 49 

10,526 48 

3,783 79 


$277,107 56 




11,563 20 






5,629 17 


B. Service Other than Personal: 


994 70 
221 04 


571 62 




117 60 

62 65 

545 54 

1 07 

223 50 


4 00 




104 45 




120 05 


90 75 




286 69 






3,406 67 


7. Heat 




2,350 40 






9,816 99 


4,735 76 












36 74 


40 70 










6 00 

9 85 

579 31 




85 00 




167 11 
2,128 85 


284 40 






15. Motorless vehicle repairs 


256 77 


16. Care of horses 








17. Care of persons 












13 80 


36 00 








20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage 
















22. Medical 




44 50 


28 10 








24. Blacksmith 




1,197 91 










26. Protective and preventive 








27. Testing materials and supplies 








28. Expert and architect 








29. Stenographic, copying and indexing 


87 06 












31. Extermination of insects 








32. Towing 






490 00 

















Public Works Department. 



13 



the Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1922. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


$6,123 20 


$792,870 99 

3,859 50 

15,878 65 


$757,728 16 

11,095 00 

9,529 97 

1,246 95 
122 44 

78 70 

511 56 

11 00 

124,724 17 


$595,344 77 


$324,869 52 
4,523 61 
8,804 94 

108 70 

247 92 

50 60 

1,929 62 

92 06 

950 36 

207 62 

5,054 03 


$676,342 12 


$3,827,508 43 
41,577 79 




28,194 83 


15,489 94 

223 49 
544 70 
158 85 
6,079 15 
144 70 
234 50 


87,311 29 




3,145 46 


30 00 


500 52 

67 10 

1,093 61 

70 59 

36,937 46 


177 10 

28 00 

104 41 

180 34 

114,888 42 


1.965 32 
549 75 


22 70 


10,497 39 
786 45 




281,365 08 




2,558 02 


709,782 44 


1,435 20 


4,451 90 


313 40 


2,079 39 


737,669 11 




3,934 00 


1,020 00 


1,900 00 


931 73 


1,399 64 


9,262 81 








9 00 
1,695 44 
6,201 53 

571 28 


3 00 

770 93 

1,565 41 

2,318 81 






12 50 
1,659 68 
2,600 77 

17 10 


115 50 




559 25 
2,580 45 
5,905 95 


791 90 

1,102 84 

176 61 


5,938 56 


228 10 


16,987 26 
9,246 52 






















152 05 


129 10 

335,791 46 
144,384 05 


110 40 


69,250 16 
45 50 


29 20 


69,720 71 




335,836 96 




94 50 

74,756 50 

423 15 

354 00 

1,644 30 


218 85 




144,697 40 








74,756 50 




305 00 
534 59 

36 85 


94 00 
264 60 

47 94 


40 00 

42 00 

346 86 


46 00 
23 04 


980 75 




1,218 19 




3,273 86 
































1,334 93 


1,334 93 






2,000 00 




500 00 


2,500 00 










87 66 






































400 00 




890 00 





























14 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 



Central Office. Bridge 



Ferry. 



B. Service Other than Personal: 

34. Jurors 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc.. . . 
30. Boiler inspection 

37. Photographic and blueprinting. 

38. Burial 

39. General plant 

40. Harness, etc., repairs 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping 

42. Repair of streets 

C. Equipment: 

1. Apparatus, cable, wire, etc. . . . 

2. Machinery 

3. Electrical. 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

8. Educational and recreational . . 

9. Office 

10. Library 

11. Marine 

12. Medical, surgical, laboratory.. . 

13. Tools and instruments 

14. Live stock 

15. Sanitary 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

18 

19 

D. Supplies: 

1. Office 

2. Food and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory. . 

0. Library 

7. Veterinary 



$10 00 



117 40 



526 71 



1,600 12 



510 68 
23 00 



23,099 96 



3,359 07 



2 03 



850 38 



232 31 



$20 00 



76,287 10 



729 77 



2,339 71 



299 25 
9 00 



1,674 05 


1,407 29 


115 20 


61 44 


5,267 10 


84,705 66 



Public Works Department. 



15 



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



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 
















$10 00 


$609 00 
60 00 


$70 00 


$600 00 


$133 45 
52 00 


$274 75 


$1,726 88 


























3,601 42 


10,179 35 

293 30 

5,929 96 

3,193 69 


3,379 67 


5,271 55 


18,722 62 

32 35 

502 05 

462 51 


59,456 05 

25 

595 60 

27,715 59 


196,115 12 
325 ^0 




6,757 41 


4,873 60 


18,658 62 
31,371 79 


















17,968 62 




17 968 6 9 










105 25 
12,354 64 


105 25 


495 23 


6,553 13 


1,733 22 

4,442 60 

2,750 55 

68 22 


12,079 30 

226 10 

2,761 14 

66 81 


3,155 67 

155 75 
538 18 


40,256 97 

4,824 45 

7,193 62 

274 13 




1,110 50 
101 71 


33 25 

34 76 












618 50 






168 50 


1,297 21 


2,334 21 




















729 77 


















7,545 62 
2,430 00 


1,987 19 
14,060 00 


7,673 15 
12,760 00 


1,671 08 
150 00 


34,374 88 


56,442 11 
29,400 00 










6 35 

217 83 


20 58 


109 17 
545 62 


649 27 
2,219 50 


202 22 

78 15 


1,286 84 
4,379 83 


1,077 42 




















169 12 


8,246 80 

371 52 

' 15,577 22 

21,840 27 


1,940 56 

119 6S 

5,401 95 

43,668 61 


2,038 62 

9 99 

887 08 

44,207 04 


2,451 20 

203 70 

98,328 01 

4,455 40 

11 92 


8,962 66 

58 14 

4,738 79 

5,608 55 


28,490 42 

939 67 

214,905 81 

119,785 87 






















276 43 


238 70 


93 86 






608 99 











It) 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central Office. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


D. Supplies. — Continued. 


SI 20 


$72 76 


$557 21 
















425 30 


1,668 78 




12. Military . 








7 20 


182 70 




















1,192 00 


3,953 44 


17 






18 








E. Materials: 




209 75 


245 15 












34,372 49 








10,623 81 










6. Water 




























342 41 
500 90 




10. Electrical 




741 22 




















19 88 




14 






F. Special Items: 








































6. Military 












4,401 25 


7,602 26 


8. State and military aid, soldiers' relief and 























Public Works Department. 17 



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



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$115 08 


$130 72 


$91 37 


$204 18 


$142 92 


$1,315 50 




















$191 92 


2,558 57 


764 63 


3,699 24 


1,772 42 


9,664 23 


20,745 09 




188 65 


84 25 


39 75 


125 69 


14 75 


642 99 






















3,948 61 


629 67 


1,847 25 


3,579 39 


7,566 24 


22,716 60 






















1,048 82 
200,135 48 


388 59 


28 85 
38,159 89 


3,039 54 


162 94 


5,123 64 




238,295 37 










34,372 49 














10,623 81 










6,750 84 




6,750 84 










255,617 90 


255,617 90 








































342 41 




138 48 


95 52 


1 40 


1,375 60 


717 91 


3,571 03 






















14,715 77 


21,128 62 


10,195 91 


1,402 25 


4,718 47 


52,180 90 






























4,459 50 


4,459 50 
























































360 00 


32,337 16 


15,772 68 


12,023 14 


13,526 88 


25,655 87 


111,679 24 































18 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central Office. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


F. 


Special Items. — Concluded. 
10. Mothers' aid 














$728 00 






12. Contracts for construction where money is 
















G. 


Incidental Expenditures to Cover Contingen- 
cies other than Personal Service: 




















Totals 


$88,308 02 


$420,588 82 


$496,836 35 









Public Works Department. 



19 



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



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


















$5,009 98 


$12,640 60 


$4,858 86 


$2,768 00 


$1,297 72 
55,079 92 


$30,303 16 




55,079 92 










































$722,091 55 


$1,287,913 15 


$1,536,633 27 


$916,061 41 


$607,043 15 


$1,232,418 76 


$7,307,894 48 



20 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 

From February 1, 1921, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



1. Commissioner 

2. Division engineers 

3. Engineers in charge 

4. Secretary and chief clerk. . . , 

5. Clerks and stenographers . . . 

6. Messengers 

7. Chief engineer (civil) 

8. Assistant engineers (civil) . . . 

9. Draughtsmen 

10. Instrumentmen 

Hi Rodmen 

12. Inspectors 

13. Foremen 

14. Subforemen 

15. Investigator 

16. Address printer 

17. Blueprinters 

18. Boys 

19. Chauffeurs 

20. Cement testers 

21. Chief inspectors 

22. Chemist and assistant 

23. Claim agent 

24. Cashiers 

25. Constable 

26. Coalpassers 

27. Captains 

28. Drawtenders and assistants . 

29. Deckhands 

30. Engineers (steam) 

31. Electricians 

32. Emergen cymen 

33. Firemen (see oilers) 

34. Feeders 

35. Gatemen (ferry) 

36. General foreman 

37. Janitresses 



$9,000 00 



$3,750 00 



3,988 92 
54,661 39 



3,506 11 



3,225 00 



3,988 92 
1,055 15 
1,404 00 
4,291 04 



1,994 20 



217,004 23 



1,724 80 



14,266 33 

7,054 57 

4,575 20 

2,577 12 

3,124 18 



5,096 50 



6,669 00 



1,747 20 



$1,250 00 



1,123 36 



351 00 



1,994 20 



27,791 66 



30,809 79 
27,225 00 



21,503 96 
2,792 40 
4,980 00 



Public Works Department. 



21 



The Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1922. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Total. 














$9,000 00 


$1,250 00 


$3,750 00 
750 00 


$1,666 67 


$1,666 66 


$1,666 67 
1,745 12 


$5,000 00 
3,500 00 


20,000 00 

5,995 12 

3,988 92 

161,066 44 

1,196 52 








3,323 20 


21,512 05 


2,342 75 


1,079 40 


4,552 36 


68,965 82 
1,196 52 














6,044 65 

544 52 

3,821 28 

2,599 91 

36,438 86 

57,963 76 






6,197 27 

4,443 88 
10,490 48 

2,029 69 
34,625 06 

6,670 32 


11,621 49 
3,562 98 
7,359 65 
1,179 24 
46,867 61 
24,813 88 
1,390 50 


41,354 74 

15,605 95 

26,246 61 

8,385 96 

244,344 92 

136,730 36 

6,487 00 






















63,394 22 
24,911 52 


59,894 99 
22,370 88 


























2,084 90 


2,084 90 
3,988 92 
1,593 35 

47,288 33 
4 291 04 














538 20 
5,616 00 










1,550 00 


3,834 00 


6,671 25 


7,020 00 


14,173 08 












1,994 20 


1,994 20 
337 49 




337 49 


















1,994 20 

1,994 20 

3,386 56 

11,619 98 

27,791 66 

217,004 23 

30,809 79 

59,227 12 

4,869 20 

17,068 50 
















1,994 20 


1,392 36 












11,619 98 








































19,567 96 






10,874 16 
1,397 20 


1,560 00 
















17,068 50 
















5,194 50 


3,978 00 






9,172 50 

21,503 96 

7,379 84 

4,980 00 




















4,587 44 




















1 





22 



City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 










39. Laborers, janitors, teamsters, watchmen, stable- 




$11,582 00 
27,340 00 


$18,421 30 






23,879 00 




















166 69 


83 33 






73,221 50 








19,370 15 






















5,076 76 
























1,396 20 










53. Tollmen 






19,167 51 




































































$83,608 62 


$313,513 49 
10,526 48 
3,783 79 


$277,107 56 




11,573 20 






5,629 17 
















Totals 


$83,608 62 


$327,823 76 


$294,309 93 







Public Works Department. 

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



23 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street. 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


















$460,563 73 

157,0:; 7 75 


$597,136 33 
45,295 74 


$405,888 50 


$105,268 22 
15,230 50 
18,049 40 


$233,059 75 

157,914 13 

2,059 20 

36,644 27 

500 00 

2,770 00 


$1,921,919 83 




426,697 12 






20,108 60 










36,644 27 




333 32 
6,383 84 


1,083 33 


749 97 


83 33 
58,036 00 


2,999 97 




140,411 34 








19,370 15 












2,808 00 


2,808 00 










16,357 64 


16,357 64 




2,592 72 


1,745 12 


1,745 12 


1,959 73 
1,595 36 
6,590 24 
1,313 25 
988 00 


13,119 45 






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3,238 81 


9,829 05 






1,413 36 




4,122 81 










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$792,870 99 
3,859 50 
6,188 01 
9,690 64 


$757,728 16 

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8,673 09 

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$595,344 77 


$324,869 52 
4,523 61 
6,857 08 
1,947 86 


$676,342 12 


$3,827,508 43 
41,577 79 




7,258 29 
20,936 54 


9,713 02 
5,776 92 


48,102 45 




39,208 84 






56,123 20 


$812,609 14 


$778,353 13 


$623,539 60 


$338,198 07 


$691,832 06 


$3,956,397 51 



24 



City Document No. 22. 



Financial Statement of the Public Works Department, Maintenance, February 1, 1921, 

to January 31, 1922. 



Divisions and Services. 


Appropria- 
tions. 
1921-22. 


Transfers 
to. 


Transfers 
from. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expenditures, 
1921-22. 


Balances, 

January 31, 

1922. 




$88,634 20 
432,769 22 
501,856 57 
727,688 20 
1,278,474 40 
1,507,256 63 

954,656 80 

607,430 67 

1,286,239 46 






$88,634 20 
429,662 27 
504,963 52 
722,091 55 
1,289,183 80 
1,538,047 98 

918,041 30 

607,430 67 

1,286,239 46 


$88,308 02 
420,588 82 
496,836 35 
722,091 55 
1,287,913 15 
1,536,633 27 

916,061 41 

607,043 15 

1,232,418 76 


$326 18 




$3,106 95 

11,420 80 
30,791 35 


$3,106 95 


9,073 45 




8.127 17 




5,596 65 
711 40 






1,270 65 




1,414 71 


Street Cleaning and Oiling 


36,615 50 


1,979 89 






387 52 








53,820 70 










Totals 


$7,385,006 15 


$45,319 10 


$46,030 50 


$7,384,294 75 $7,307,894 48 


*$76,400 27 











* Balances transferred to City Treasury. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations (for the 
different services) for the year 1921-22 were as follows: 



Divisions and Services. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances, 

January 31, 

1922. 




$88,308 02 
420,588 82 
496,836 35 
722,091 55 
1,287,913 15 
1,536,633 27 

916,061 41 

607,043 15 

1,232,418 76 


$287,080 86 
683,550 62 


$88,308 02 

707,669 68 

1,180,386 97 

722,091 55 

3,360,180 00 

1,536,633 27 

916,061 41 
1,640,034 35 
1,555,243 17 






* $179,618 95 




263,531 73 








2,072,266 85 


87,407 83 


Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling 










1,032,991 20 

322,824 41 


352,658 34 




76,194 97 






Totals 


$7,307,894 48 


$4,398,713 94 


$11,706,608 42 


$959,411 82 



* $600,000 authorized but not issued. 



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Revenues. 

Collected by City Collector on Account of the Public Works 

Deportment and Credited to General Revenue, 

as per City Auditor. 

Bridge Service : 
Labor and material 

Rents, Charlestown Bridge 

Warren Bridge repairs 

Ferry Service: 

Tolls 

Rents 

Commission on telephones 

Cleaning telephone booths 

Free ferries, July 4 . 

Head House privileges, weigh- 
ing and vending machines . 

Head House privileges, coin 
lock on closets 

Sale of old materials . 
Labor and materials furnished . 
Sale of ferryboat "D. D. Kelly" . 
Sale of ferryboat "General Han- 
cock" 

Lighting Service: 

Lighting Boston and Cam- 
bridge bridges .... 
Damages to lamp-posts 

Paving Service : 

Inspectors' services . 

Labor and materials . 

Sidewalk and edgestone assess- 
ments 

Permits 

Sale of old materials . 

Labor and materials (chapter 
28, Revised Ordinances of 
1914) 

Removal of dead horses . 

Hire of steam roller . 

Refund on cement and over- 
payment of services 

Coal penalty .... 



Carried forward 



$216 20 




2,921 75 




12,548 70 






$15,686 65 


$99,674 21 




522 35 




100 50 




48 00 




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400 00 




25 00 




116 86 




70 00 




1,000 00 




2,500 00 






104,457 92 




$2,581 92 




144 50 






2,726 42 




$3,933 00 




7,698 64 




26,713 05 




22,688 73 




3,737 54 




1,202 40 




56 00 




18 00 




18 25 




7 10 






66,072 71 






$188,943 70 



Public Works Department. 



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Tickets for the removal of 




waste .... $97,054 10 




Sale of manure . 




3,390 70 




Sale of old material . 




139 49 




Labor and materials . 




74 50 




Forfeiture on bid 




500 00 




Refund. 




32 50 








101,191 29 




Street Cleaning and Oiling Service: 




Removing dirt $1,335 25 




Forfeiture on bid . . . 1,000 00 




Rents 900 00 




Coal penalty .... 56 








3,235 81 




Sewer Service : 




Disposal of sewage . $5,869 36 




Entrance fees 






2,101 18 




Labor and materials 






1,799 05 




Sale of materials 






418 20 




Assessments 






113 16 




Refund 






2 25 




Sale of hay . 






21 00 




Rent . 






10 00 








10,324 20 




Water Service : 




Water rates, 1922, $62,430 35 




Water rates, prior 




years . . 3,345,148 89 




$3,407,579 24 




Service pipes . . . 19,734 81 




Labor and materials . 




3,686 04 




Elevator and fire pipes 




18,044 84 




Sale of materials 




3,023 89 




Fees on overdue rates 




4,646 53 




Off and on . 




1,700 00 




Interest on deposits . 




649 90 




Sale of merchandise . 




195 72 




Testing meters . 




79 76 




Standpipes and hydrants . 




2,259 80 




Relocating pipes 




934 64 




Board of horses . 




180 00 




Rent .... 




100 00 




Loan of meter . 




2 00 




Damage to hydrants . 




523 76 




Damage to automobiles 




294 41 




Furnishing water 




29 73 




C arried forward 


$3,463,665 07 


$303,695 00 



28 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 


$3,463,665 07 $303,695 00 


Repairs to automobiles . 


1,146 66 


Refunds 


74 19 


Sale of gasolene .... 


173 01 


Amount voted by City Council 




January 24, 1920, to pay re- 




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The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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Snowfall (inches). 



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Month. 


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6.33 
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Public Works Department. 59 

The following changes in pavement were made during 
the year : 

0.01 mile or 224 square yards sheet asphalt changed to asphalt concrete. 
0.00 mile or 15 square yards sheet asphalt changed to Topeka. 
0.01 mile or 105 square yards sheet asphalt changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 43 square yards sheet asphalt changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 19 square yards sheet asphalt changed to brick. 
0.04 mile or 422 square yards bitulithic changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.00 mile or 29 square yards bitulithic changed to asphalt concrete. 
0.00 mile or 20 square yards bitulithic changed to Simasco. 
0.00 mile or 4 square yards bitulithic changed to Topeka. 
0.01 mile or 152 square yards bitulithic changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 16 square yards Topeka changed to wood block. 
0.00 mile or 6 square yards cobble changed to granite block. 
0.00 mile or 65 square yards granite block changed to sheet asphalt. 
0.13 mile or 3,663 square yards granite block changed to asphalt con- 
crete. 

0.03 mile or 641 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 

0.02 mile or 413 square yards granite block changed to Simasco. 

0.07 mile or 512 square yards granite block changed to Topeka. 

0.66 mile or 13,284 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 

0.04 mile or 766 square yards granite block changed to brick. 

0.00 mile or 8 square yards granite block changed to macadam. 

0.09 mile or 3,437 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 

0.01 mile or 316 square yards plank on bridges changed to granite block. 

0.07 mile or 964 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 

0.01 mile or 132 square yards brick changed to granite block. 

0.01 mile or 197 square yards concrete changed to asphalt concrete. 

0.08 mile or 1,250 square yards Roman Road changed to sheet asphalt. 

1.37 miles or 21,079 square yards macadam changed to sheet asphalt. 

3.28 miles or 71,192 square yards macadam changed to asphalt concrete. 

0.00 mile or 45 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 

1.16 miles or 20,195 square yards macadam changed to Simasco. 

2.95 miles or 42,140 square yards macadam changed to Topeka. 

1.05 miles or 115,199 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

0.01 mile or 615 square yards macadam changed to wood block. 

0.00 mile or 17 square yards macadam changed to brick. 

0.05 mile or 1,713 square yards macadam changed to concrete. 

0.01 mile or 134 square yards gravel changed to sheet asphalt. 

0.60 mile or 9,356 square yards gravel changed to asphalt concrete. 

0.25 mile or 4,021 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 

0.41 mile or 7,540 square yards gravel changed to Topeka. 

0.08 mile or 454 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

0.62 mile or 9,847 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

0.06 mile or 1,369 square yards not graded changed to sheet asphalt. 

0.08 mile or 5,582 square yards not graded changed to asphalt concrete. 

0.00 mile or 19,788 square yards not graded changed to Topeka. 

0.10 mile or 2,543 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 

0.00 mile or 1,156 square yards not graded changed to wood block. 

0.00 mile or 8,068 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 

0.00 mile or 3,668 square yards not graded changed to gravel. 

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

Sheet asphalt increased 0.08 mile or 1,267 square yards. 
Asphalt concrete increased 0.00 mile or 547 square yards. 
Bitulithic increased 0.00 mile or 29 square yards. 
Topeka increased 0.00 mile or 31 square yards. 
Granite block increased 0.00 mile or 199 square yards. 



60 City Document No. 22. 

Brick increased 0.00 mile or 174 square yards. 
Concrete increased 0.00 mile or 12 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.00 mile or 172 square yards. 
Gravel increased 0.96 mile or 17,247 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.51 mile or 20,961 square yards. 

The widening and laying out as a State Highway of 
Washington street, from the northeasterly line of West 
Roxbury Parkway to the southeasterly line of La Grange 
street by the State Department of Public Works, 
Division of Highways, November 1, 1921, in accordance 
with Chapter 81 of the General Laws shows: 

Not graded increased 0.00 mile or 2,301 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show: 

Sheet asphalt decreased 0.00 mile or 264 square yards. 

Bitulithic decreased 0.00 mile or 2 square yards. 

Topeka increased 0.00 mile or 158 square yards. 

Cobble increased 0.00 mile or 888 square yards. 

Granite blocks increased 0.02 mile or 59,353 square yards. 

Wood block decreased 0.02 mile or 524 square yards. 

Plank on bridge decreased 0.00 mile or 183 square yards. 

Concrete increased 0.00 mile or 35 square yards. 

Macadam increased 0.07 mile or decreased 52,058 square yards. 

Gravel decreased 0.05 mile or 428 square yards. 

Not graded decreased 0.04 mile or 1,735 square yards. 

Public streets laid out or discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements in- 
creased 1.55 miles or 40,639 square yards. 

The widening and laying out as a State Highway of 
Washington street from the northeasterly line of West 
Roxbury Parkway to the southeasterly line of La Grange 
street by the State Department of Public Works, Divi- 
sion of Highways, November 1, 1921, in accordance with 
chapter 81 of the General Laws shows pavements 
increased 0.00 mile or 2,301 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revision and other causes show pavements decreased 
0.02 mile or increased 5,240 square yards. 

Total net increase 1.53 miles or 48,180 square yards. 

1859 111.50 1878 340.39 1886 383.55 

1871 201.32 1879 345.19 1887 390.30 

1872 207.40 1880 350.54 1888 392.72 

1873 209.24 1881 355.50 1889 397.84 

1874 313.90 1882 359.85 1890 404.60 

1875 318.58 1883 367.99 1891 409.60 

1876 327.50 1884 374.10 1892 434.59 

1877 333.20 1885 379.60 1893 443.34 



Public Works Department. 



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1894 447.65 

1895 452.12 

1896 456.11 

1897 459.12 

1898 471.19 

1899 479.47 

1900 489.55 

1901 491.85 

1902 496.90 

1903 499.85 



1904 500.39 

1905 502.20 

1906 502.80 

1907 510.04 

1908 511.60 

1909 514.28 

1910 518.63 

1911 521.21 

1912 561.36 

1913 567.51 



1914 572.85 

1915 584.55 

1916 593.62 

1917 596.19 

1918 601.12 

1919 601 07 

1920 603.71 

1921 604.80 

1922 606.33 



List of Personal Property on Hand January 31, 
1922, and Estimated Value of Same, Allowing 
for Depreciation. 



1 automobile 

2 robes 

Office supplies . 


Central Office. 


$1,500 00 

20 00 

500 00 




$2,020 00 


5 robes 

2 automobiles 

3 auto trucks 
Supplies, tools . 


Bridge Service. 


$15 00 
1,600 00 
2,500 00 
7,000 00 

$11,115 00 


Ferry Service. 

7 ferryboats 

Supplies, tools, machinery, etc. 


.$1,025,000 00 
28,000 00 






$1,053,000 00 


9,713 lamp posts 
300 lamp brackets 
1 automobile 
1 robe . 
1 typewriter 


Lighting Service. 


$97,130 00 

300 00 

200 00 

10 00 

50 00 



$97,690 00 



Paving Service. 
1 large concrete mixer 
6 small concrete mixers 
3 bituminous mixers . 



Carried forward 



$2,000 00 
1,500 00 
6,000 00 

$9,500 00 



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City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
224 harnesses 
261 blankets 
23 buggies 

12 pungs 
9 sleighs 

13 jiggers 
23 wagons 
11 street watering carts 

4 road scrapers 
77 dump carts 

106 horses 
11 snow levelers 

5 section rollers 
11 steam rollers 
32 desks 
860 picks 

1,050 shovels 

8 road machines 

8 automobiles 

1 truck 

3 gasolene tractor 

3 street sweeping machines 

Supplies, tools, machinery, surveying instruments, 

engineers' supplies, etc 



Sanitary Service 
7 automobiles 
1 auto truck 
284 horse blankets 

13 buggies 
202 carts . 
242 shovels 
244 harnesses 
192 horses . 
98 wagons 
21 desks 

6 sleighs . 
94 pungs and sleighs 
Supplies, tools, machinery, etc 



Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 
7 automobiles and 3 trucks 
129 carts . 



$9,500 00 

2,240 00 

261 00 

345 00 

240 00 

90 00 

520 00 

920 00 

1,375 00 

1,000 00 

6,160 00 

26,500 00 

330 00 

200 00 

15,400 00 

320 00 

430 00 

525 00 

2,000 00 

3,600 00 

250 00 

3,800 00 

390 00 

53,000 00 

$129,396 00 



$2,800 00 

300 00 

284 00 

325 00 

20,200 00 

121 00 

4,880 00 

48,000 00 

8,820 00 

210 00 

60 00 

1,880 00 

14,000 00 

$101,880 00 



$2,500 00 
12,900 00 



Carried forward $15,400 00 



Public Works Department. 



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8 buggies 








120 00 


37 street watering carts 








3,700 00 


19 wagons .... 








1,520 00 


232 harnesses .... 








4,640 00 


183 horses .... 








45,750 00 


40 street sweeping machines 








5,200 00 


9 flushing machines . 








3,150 00 


133 push carts 








1,330 00 


1,567 street sweeping brooms . 








1,567 00 


837 shovels .... 








418 00 


944 picks .... 








472 00 


15 snow ploughs and 5 road machines 




2,800 00 


3 Elgin street sweeping mchines • . 




12,500 00 


1 tractor snow plough 




3,400 00 


Supplies, tools, machinery, etc. 




10,000 00 




$111,967 00 


Sewer Service. 




406 picks ... 


$203 00 


6 automobiles 












1,500 00 


2 trucks . 












500 00 


29 horses . 














7,250 00 


23 wagons 














1,150 00 


5 buggies 














100 00 


17 carts 














1,360 00 


47 harnesses 














470 00 


50 blankets 














50 00 


3 sleighs . 














30 00 


407 shovels 














203 00 


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$352,816 00 


Water Service. 




11 automobiles . 


$20,000 00 


22 horses 














5,500 00 


26 wagons . 














1,300 00 


1 buggy . 














20 00 


2 sleighs 














30 00 


9 pungs 














180 00 


Shovels, picks and miscellaneous stock, consistin 


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Total . 














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Employees. 

The following tables show the number of requisitions 
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Number of men called .... 

Number of men certified 

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3 






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28 


















1 






84 


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25 


87 






1 
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26 






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12 
12 


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19 










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49 


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16 














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51 


610 


290 


104 


223 


161 


191 


2 


436 


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209 


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7 


4 


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26 














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733 


328 


624 


471 


175 


200 


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481 


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602 


324 


463 


483 


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February 1, 1922. 



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175 



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624 



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328 



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471 



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472 
345 
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471 
328 
481 


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8 


18 


51 


51 


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51 


11 


4 


104 









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PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



82 



City Document No. 22. 



APPENDIX A. 



Central, Office 








Appropriation 




$88,634 20 


Expenditures from February 1, 1921, to January 


31, 1922 . . . . 


treasury 


88,308 02 


Unexpended balance transferred to city 


$326 18 


Expenditures. 






Salary, commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries of clerks, stenographers, etc. 




73,204 62 


Automobile expenses: 






Wages of chauffeur 


$1,404 00 


Battery 


25 19 


Shock absorbers and installing . 


125 00 


Gasolene 


407 75 


Storage 


144 00 


Repairs 


210 70 


Tires and tubes, new and repairs, 


260 63 


Supplies 


350 70 


Oil, grease, etc 


7 35 


Registration 


10 00 






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Printing 




2,117 23 


Stationery 






271 62 


Postage 






148 02 


Telephone tolls 






8 90 


Travel expenses, car fares, etc. 






120 05 


Dalton adding machine, repairs 






29 15 


Atlases 






75 00 


Inspection and repairs to typewriters 






85 50 


Books, papers, office supplies, etc. . 






208 95 


Premium on surety bonds 






6 00 


Stenographer's service 






87 66 






$88,308 02 



Public Works Department. 83 



APPENDIX B. 



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

Boston, February 1, 1922. 

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, 
1922. The expenditures of the division in the regular 
maintenance appropriations of the department were 
$917,425.17. Under a number of special appropriations 
$970,631.48 was expended, making the total expenditure 
for the year $1,888,056.65. 

Bridge Service. 

Apportionment of Cost of Bridges between Boston and 
Chelsea. — The City of Chelsea has as yet paid nothing 
toward the maintenance cost of Chelsea Bridge and 
Meridian Street Bridge. 

Cambridge Street Bridge — Allston Bridge {over the 
Boston and Albany Railroad). — This bridge should be 
rebuilt. 

Beacon Street Bridge (over the Boston and Albany Rail- 
road). — This bridge should be rebuilt. 

Chelsea Bridge (over the South Channel of the Mystic 
river). — Work on the rebuilding of this bridge should 
be begun this year. 

Congress Street Bridge. — This bridge is antiquated, 
in bad condition, and should be replaced with a new 
structure within the next two or three years. 

Dartmouth Street Bridge (over the Boston & Albany Rail- 
road). — This bridge should have extensive repairs made 
to make it safe. 

Arlington Street Bridge. 

. The easterly sidewalk of the Arlington Street Bridge 
over the Boston & Albany Railroad at Arlington square 



84 City Document No. 22. 

was rebuilt in March and April of this year. Some of 
the brackets were replaced by new ones and considerable 
patching and strengthening was done, new stringers 
and floor were aid. The steel work was done by the 
Transit Department force, woodwork and painting by 
the Bridge Service force. 

Ashland Street Bridge. 

The contract which was awarded to the Boston Bridge 
Works and approved by the Mayor, July 6, 1920, for 
the reconstruction of the superstructure of this bridge 
was completed July 7, 1921, at a cost of $54,000. 

By the completion of this work a modern steel and 
concrete bridge, paved with granite blocks and grout 
jointed, took the place of the old wood and iron bridge. 

The new structure is 50 feet wide, with a clear span 
of 73 feet. Two sidewalks, 6 feet wide, are provided. 
The new steel deck girders are encased in concrete with 
a concrete floor slab resting on them. The duct lines 
for the Boston Elevated Railway and the Edison Electric 
Illuminating Company are carried underneath the 
southerly sidewalk encased in concrete. The westerly 
approach was regraded and paved with granite block, 
grout jointed down to Hyde Park avenue, 

Bennington Street Bridge. 

The floor of the northerly section of the Bennington 
Street Bridge was rebuilt and the steel work supporting 
the floor strengthened and painted. A contract was 
made with John B. Dolan for the rebuilding of the floor. 
This consisted in removing all wooden stringers on the 
bridge, planking with 3-inch tongued and grooved 
planking, water-proofing and paving with wood blocks, 
with asphalt joints. This work cost $3,047.20. The 
steel floor beams were strengthened by stiffeners under 
the stringer bearings and the steel work was cleaned 
and painted. The steel work and painting was done by 
day labor forces. 

Charlestown and Warren Bridges. 

December 6, 1921, W. S. Rendle & Co. was awarded a 
contract for repairing the fender piers of the Charlestown 
and Warren Bridges. The face of the draw pier of 
Charlestown Bridge was repaired by removing vertical 
planking and placing new wales on the existing piles. 



Public Works Department. 85 

The face of the draw pier of Warren Bridge was 
repaired with 6-inch vertical plank. 

Capsills, stringers, riders', caps, etc., of the piers were 
renewed where necessary and some piles refitted and 
refastened. 

The entire pier was replanked and fences erected to 
restrict the areas to be used in the future to smaller 
dimensions. 

The drawtender's house at Warren Bridge was under- 
pinned and the platform which surrounds it rebuilt. 

This work cost $19,311.67. 

Chelsea Bridge North. 

The southerly approach to the draw span of the 
Chelsea Bridge North had settled so low near the draw 
crack that it was necessary to raise the grade of the 
street surface to avoid accidents to street railway and 
vehicular travel. This was done by taking up the granite 
block paving, raising the curbs with new timber, repairing 
the under planking and sidewalk planking where neces- 
sary and relaying the paving and street railway tracks at 
the new grades on a deeper sand cushion. The cost of 
this work was $3,949.95. 

Clarendon Street Bridge. 

The construction of the new Clarendon Street Bridge 
over the tracks of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad and the Boston & Albany Railroad was com- 
pleted M,ay 7, 1921. 

A contract was made with Coleman Brothers, 
approved on February 9, 1920, for the removal of the 
old structure over the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, consisting of brick arches and concrete slabs 
resting on steel I-beams and girders which formed the 
original foundation for the Back Bay Hotel, the hotel 
itself being removed by the railroad company prior to 
the contract. This work was completed May 4, 1920. 

A new reinforced concrete abutment was built at the 
northerly end of the bridge. 

The bridge, 60 feet wide and 131 feet long, was then 
built utilizing the old piers and abutments which formed 
the foundation of the Back Bay Hotel for other supports. 
It consists of three spans. The two easterly spans over 
the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rai'road are of 
steel beams encased in concrete; the westerly span over 



86 City Document No. 22. 

the Boston & Albany Railroad has two through plate 
girders with a floor of steel beams encased in concrete. 
The pavement is granite block with grouted joints; 
considerable work was required on the southerly 
approach, consisting of grading and filling. The road- 
way of the approach was surfaced with asphalt on a con- 
crete base. 

The job was done by the John McCourt Company 
under contract approved May 24, 1920, and was com- 
pleted May 7, 1921, at a cost of $115,220. 

Columbus Avenue Bridge. 

Columbus Avenue Bridge over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad, a pony truss bridge carrying two roadways, 
built in 1877 and rebuilt in 1899, has been extensively 
repaired during the year. The bottom chords of the 
trusses, the floor beams and sidewalk brackets were 
patched and strengthened. New stringers and floor 
plank were laid and some cleaning and painting done. 
The steel work was done by the Transit Department 
force, woodwork and painting by the Bridge Service. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge. 

On account of decay the westerly sidewalk on the north 
approach to the draw span collapsed and fell into the 
channel. This was rebuilt under contract by John P. 
Cavanagh, with yellow pine underplank and new asphalt 
surface at an expense to the City of Boston of $3 924.26. 

Dover Street Bridge (over Fort Point Channel). 

On June 1, 1921, a bad fire destroyed the two middle 
girders and several floor beams and stringers of the 
middle span of the Boston approach to the draw span. 
In the rebuilding the design was changed to allow for 
a concrete floor slab instead of the original 6-inch yellow 
pine plank, on which would be placed the granite block 
pavement. Two new steel center girders were built 
and new steel floor beams and steel stringers provided 
in place of those destroyed. A concrete floor slab is to 
be laid on the steel stiingers; the granite paving block 
to be recut and laid with an asphalt mastic joint. The 
wooden platform supporting the water pipes under the 
bridge is to be removed, and a reenforced concrete slab 
walk substituted. The wooden formwork around the 



Public Works Department. 87 

Edison conduit is also to be removed. Repairs will 
also be required to shelf angles and floor beams of the 
other spans. The work of reconstruction will be com- 
pleted early in the coming year. The work is being 
done chiefly by day labor forces of the Transit 
Department. 

A damaged section of the upstream draw pier of this 
bridge was repaired by driving new piles bringing the 
face of the pier out 15 inches to a straight line. Both 
faces of the waterway were repaired, as well as part of 
the surface. 

W. H. Ellis & Son Company was the contractor. 
Work was completed December 12, 1921, at a cost of 
$2,850.32. 

It was found that salt water action on concrete had 
badly damaged the center draw pier of the bridge. 
This was repaired by the application of gunite to the 
eroded portions with a cement gun. Steel reinforce- 
ment was placed before the gunite was applied. 

The work was done by Maurice M. Devine and 
completed November 19, 1921, at a cost of $2,078. 

Navigation lights have been installed on the Dover 
street draw which is a swinging span. There are four 
draw lanterns and five pier lanterns fitted with electric 
lamps wired with double conductor armored cable. 
The switches are hand operated and located in the 
operating cabinet. This work was done under con- 
tract by Sterns, Perry & Smith for the sum of $791 
and completed December 12. 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge {over Mother Brook). 

On September 20, 1921, a contract was approved 
with the General Construction Company, Inc., for the 
rebuilding of this bridge. The old steel and wooden 
bridge is to be replaced by a modern concrete bridge 
paved with granite blocks. About one half of this 
work is completed. The estimated cost of doing this 
work according to the bid is $11,250. 

Massachusetts Avenue Bridge. 

Massachusetts Avenue bridge over the Boston & 
Albany Railroad has been stripped and repaired this 
year. Bottom chords of the trusses, floor beams, side- 
walk brackets and bracing were patched and strength- 
ened where badly deteriorated; the lower part of the 



88 City Document No. 22. 

bridge was cleaned and painted and a new wooden 
floor and sidewalk was laid. The steel work was done 
by the Transit Department force, woodwork and paint- 
ing by the Bridge Service, all day labor. 

Meridian Street Bridge Draw Span. 

On August 2, 1921, a contract with W. H. Ellis & Son 
Company was approved for cleaning by sand blast and 
painting the steel work of the draw span of the 
Meridian Street Bridge. This work was completed 
September 30, 1921, at a cost of $2,450. 

New Allen Street Bridge, Hyde Park. 

The floor of New Allen Street Bridge over the New 
York, New Haven & Hartlord Railroad, Hyde Park 
was rebuilt by V. Grande, contract approved June 
13, 1921. 

The new floor was constructed with new yellow pine 
stringers laid by the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad and 3-inch tongued and grooved yellow pine 
plank with waterproofing and wood block paving with 
asphalt filler. The cost of the work to the city was 
$4,900. Sometime after completion of the contract one 
of the spans of this bridge was destroyed by fire. It is 
now closed to traffic pending the rebuilding of the 
destroyed span by the railroad. 

Public Garden Bridge. 

The wooden floor of the Public Garden Bridge was 
removed and a steel and concrete floor was built in its 
place. The suspension rods which supported the wooden 
floor were shortened and imbedded in the new concrete 
floor slab, the effect of this being that while the bridge 
floor is now a separate unit independent of the old 
suspension chains, the appearance of the bridge remains 
practically unchanged. 

The work was completed M ay 2, 1922, by A. Grande, 
at a cost to the city of $4,740, the cost being borne by 
the Park Department. 

Sprague Street Bridge, Hyde Park. 

The roadway of this bridge was sheathed with new 
2-inch spruce sheathing and the under plank and side- 



Public Works Department. 89 

walks repaired where needed under contract with John 
P. Cavanagh, approved June 13, 1921. The cost of 
this work was $2,422.50. 

Warren Bridge. 

Bids were received for repairs to the piers and fender 
guards for water pipes at Warren Bridge (over the 
Charles river), January 4, 1921. The W. S. Rendle 
Company was awarded a contract for doing the work 
at an estimated cost of $5,762. 

Piling was removed, spurshores refitted and new 
timber placed where necessary. 

The work was completed March 7, 1921, at*a cost to 
the Water Service of $7,108.03. 

West Glenwood Avenue Bridge (over Mother Brook, Hyde 

Park). 

The old wooden floor was removed from this bridge. 
New stringers were placed, new tongued and grooved 
yellow pine plank put on them, a layer of waterproofing 
felt put on this plank and the wearing surface of wood 
block paving with mastic joints laid on the felt. 

This w r ork was done under contract with the John M. 
McCourt Company, at a cost of $3,037, and was com- 
pleted August 20, 1921. 

The steel work of this bridge was cleaned and painted 
by division forces at the same time. 

West Newton Street Bridge (over The New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad). 

West Newton Street Bridge, over the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, is a deck girder bridge 
consisting of a number of shallow plate girders spaced 
about 5 feet apart on w T hich a wooden deck is supported. 
During the year the Edison Illuminating Company 
which has conduits across the bridge took up a part of 
the roadway to repair their conduits and it was thought 
advisable while this was being done to make needed 
repairs on the girders and stringer seats. Some cleaning 
and painting was done and a new wooden floor laid. 
The steel work was done by the Transit Department 
force, and the woodwork and painting by the Bridge 
Service. 



90 City Document No. 22. 

Drawtenders Houses. 

November 21, 1921. A contract was approved with 
Joseph E. Somerset for repairing the roofing on the 
drawtenders' houses at the bridges at Summer street, 
over Fort Point channel, Dover street, Charlestown, and 
Summer street over the Reserved channel. 

Slate roofs were placed on the houses at Dover street 
and Summer street, over Fort Point channel; asphalt 
shingles on Charlestown and on Summer street over 
Reserved channel. 

The work was completed January 9, 1922, at a cost of 
$1,789. 

Public Landings. 

A contract was awarded to George T. Rendle, April 
13, 1921, for repairing the decking, planking, mooring 
gear, knees and hatches and for the entire calking and 
pitching of the underwater bodies of the pontoons of 
the public landings located at Summer Street Bridge 
and Northern Avenue Bridge. The cost of the work 
was $1,983.95. 

Roxbury Canal. 

At the Roxbury Canal the bulkhead in the sanitary 
yard failed and the walls in the paving yard, sewer 
yard and City Hospital property were either bulging 
or had fallen into the canal. 

In reconstruction a platform on piles was built, the 
top of which is at elevation 7.50. At the face of this 
platform was constructed a masonry wall backed with 
concrete, the masonry being obtained from the old walls. 
The coping of the wall in the sanitary yard is of concrete, 
but elsewhere it is of granite. 

In the water yard the existing granite wall was in 
good condition and a relieving platform on piles was 
built behind it and the wall anchored to the platform. 
The cap on this wall was relaid. Fender piles were 
placed along the entire length of the canal. 

The canal was dredged to a depth of from 8 feet to 
13 feet at low water. The total length of wall built 
was about 1,350 feet, and the work was done under 
contract by the W. S. Rendle Company; completed 
July 28, 1921, at a cost of $220,435.41. 

A contract was let June 22, 1921, to W. S. Rendle 
for planking in the sides and ends of the dumping plat- 



Public Works Department. 91 

form of the Sanitary Service at the Roxbury Canal for 
the sum of $1,849. There was included in this contract 
the construction of a galvanized-iron shelter over the 
hole through which the refuse was dumped This work 
was necessary to stop the odors rising from the scows 
and spreading through the neighborhood. 

The Bridge Division has furnished and erected at the 
City Paving Yard, Roxbury Canal, a 5-ton stiff -leg 
derrick to replace the old wooden one which had to be 
removed when the sea wall of the canal was rebuilt. 

This derrick is an "Insley" all steel derrick with a 
boom 70 feet long and swings about 260 degrees. It 
has a capacity of five tons at its lowest boom and is 
electrically operated. The hoisting engine is a"Mundy" 
type with two drums and winch heads and safety device 
for automatically holding the loads. It is driven by 
a 35 horse power General Electric motor. The swing- 
ing engine is of the same type with a single drum and 
operated by a 10 horse power motor. Drum controllers 
and resistance are mounted on the engine frames con- 
venient for one man operating. The plant exclusive of 
the foundations was furnished and installed by the 
P. I. Perkins Company, for the sum of $6,551. 

Strandway Beach, Strandway , South Boston. 

November 8, 1921, a contract was approved with the 
D. M. B ; ggs Company for surfacing the beach on the 
Strandway at the foot of M and N streets. 

This contract also provided for building a concrete 
wall and steps at the top of the beach with granolithic 
walks and planting spaces. 

The work is about one third completed. 

Fireboat Wharf, Northern Avenue Bridge. 

August 25, 1921, a contract was approved for the 
repairing of the fireboat wharf at the Northern Avenue 
Bridge. 

The work was done under the supervision of the divi- 
sion for the Fire Department. New fender piles were 
driven; caps, stringers and planking were repaired where 
necessary. 

The contractor on the work was W. H. Ellis & Son 
Company, who completed it September 6, at a cost of 
$1,343.40. 



92 City Document No. 22. 

Long Island Wharves. 

W. S. Rendle was awarded a contract for repairing 
and strengthening the northwest wharf September 6, 
1921. 

The runway was entirely replaced. A pump well 
about 14 feet by 20 feet near the site of the abandoned 
drop was built and such piles, stringers, caps, chocks and 
fencing on the wharf as were decayed were replaced. 

This work cost $4,938.66 and was supervised by this 
division for the Institutions Department. 

The east wharf at Long Island, with the coal pocket 
and drop, was repaired by contract with George T. 
Rendle. New piling, planking and stringers were placed 
on the wharf. The caps under the coal shed were 
strengthened and repaired, new planking timber and 
hinges put on the landing drop. The cost was $16,270.17. 
The above work was done under the direction of this 
division for the Institutions Department. 

Steamboat "Monitor." 

At the request of the Commissioner of Institutions 
this department drew up specifications for and super- 
vised the work on the steamboat "Monitor." 

For a considerable period of time the air pump had 
not been overhauled, with the result that extensive 
renewals were required. Both paddle wheels were in 
such condition that much forging and electric welding 
was necessary to put the wheels in satisfactory repair. 
The sanitary pump had become so worn and corroded 
that a new pump was installed rather than attempting 
to repair the old one. A few minor incidental repairs 
were also accomplished. 

A contract for the above work was signed on January 
12, 1922, by the Richard T. Green Company of Chelsea; 
contract price, $1,991. 



Public Works Department. 93 



FERRY SERVICE. 



Ferryboats "Lieutenant Flaherty" and 
"Ralph J. Palumbo." 

In June there were launched two steel, four-driveway 
screw ferryboats for the service, the "Lieutenant 
Flaherty," built by the Groton Iron Works, Groton, 
Conn., contract price $379,950, and the "Ralph J. 
Palumbo," built by the Winnisimmet Ship Yard, Inc., 
Chelsea, Mass., contract price $335,000. Both boats 
are alike; the subcontractors for the main engines, 
boilers and auxiliaries furnished duplicate rigs for the 
two boats. So far as the lines and general contour of 
the boats is concerned, they were built from the same 
contract plans. 

The principal dimensions of the boats are as follows : 

174 feet. 

146 feet 6 inches. 
57 feet. 
40 feet, 

15 feet 4 inches. 
9 feet. 



Length over all 

Length, outside to outside of propeller posts 

Beam, extreme over guards . 

Beam, hull, molded .... 

Depth, molded 

Draught with water and fuel 



While the general appearance of the two boats is the 
same as the "John H. Sullivan," there are several essen- 
tial differences. For vehicles each boat is provided 
with four driveways. To accommodate pedestrians, 
there is not only a narrow cabin on either side of the 
boat extending the entire length of the superstructure, 
but there is provision made by means of two nights of 
removable stairs in each cabin for the passengers to 
ascend to the upper deck; since the upper deck is not 
protected, only at such times as the weather and cir- 
cumstances permit will passengers be allowed to ride 
there. Because of the ever increasing loads to be car- 
ried, the molded beam of the hull has been increased by 
18 inches over the "John H. Sullivan" and the upper 
body of the hull has been carried out full at the ends in 
order to reduce to a minimum the depressing of the end 
of the boat when a heavy load goes on or off the end. In 
anticipation of a coal shortage, there is installed on both 



94 City Document No. 22. 

these boats an auxiliary fuel oil firing rig for the boilers. 
To supplement the service of the fire boats, there is 
connected up and ready for service, on both boats, a 
1,500 gallon fire pump furnished with four turret nozzles 
located at the four corners of the upper deck. On the 
main engines there has been only one real radical change 
and that is the use of one common throttle valve instead 
of two independent valves as on the other screw boats 
in the service; this was accomplished by a rearrange- 
ment of the cylinders. It may be noted that service 
has fully justified all changes made from other boats 
running. 

" Noddle Island." 

On February 24 the rebuilt "Noddle Island" was 
launched at the yard of the Richard T. Green Company, 
Chelsea, Mass., contract price $152,400. The general 
measurements of the hull are similar to those of the 
"Lieutenant Flaherty" and "Ralph J. Palumbo," but 
the boat is built of wood instead of steel. While the 
hull, superstructure and some auxiliaries are new, the 
boat cannot be considered a new one in the same sense 
as the two new steel boats, in that the main engines, 
boilers, much ol the piping, many of the valves and 
some of the auxiliaries were in the original hull which 
was built in 1899 by the Lockwood Company. 

The boat is provided with four driveways and four 
small cabins, one cabin at each end of the boat on each 
side. 

The general arrangement of the main deck, cabins 
and superstructure are the same as the "General Sum- 
ner," the first boat to be changed from a two-driveway 
to a four-driveway boat. 

The chief difference between the original and the 
rebuilt "Noddle Island" is the hull. In order to accom- 
modate the heavier loading on the new boat, the molded 
beam of the hull was increased from about 37 feet to 
40 feet and the ends, as on the steel boats, were built 
very full above the water line. To give further stiffness 
to the boat, the hull was carried out close to the ends 
of the main deck, thereby reducing the stresses thrown 
in the overhanging fantail while the boat is loading 
and unloading. To further offset the inherent weakness 
in the ends of the hull, there is fitted around each end 
a large knuckle beam which not only gives rigidity but 
distributes widely all stresses from moving loads on the 



Public Works Department. 95 

main deck near the ends. Another feature not common 
with the other boats is the elimination of the sponson 
braces under the guards. The value of this item is 
appreciated in excessively cold weather when large 
volumes of ice form on these braces and not only cause 
a greater displacement of the boat but interferes with 
maneuvering. Again, because the main engines, shaft 
and propeller are called on to propel a larger boat than 
they were designed for in the first instance, it was nec- 
essary to carefully consider the lines of the hull so that 
it would not only take care of all loadings but would 
still be readily maneuvered. For these reasons the lines 
of the "Noddle Island" are radically different from 
those of the steel boats; first, in that the " Noddle 
Island" has a 12-inch keel and, second, in that the mid- 
ship section has a fairly sharp dead rise carried well out, 
while the new steel boats have no keel and the midship 
section is nearly round. To further help in handling 
the boat, the bottom is sheathed with 22-ounce yellow 
metal 

To date, in spite of the heavier duty on the prime 
movers, the boat is giving satisfactory service. 

"D. D. Kelly" and "General Hancock." 

Shortly after the new boats went in commission the 
' 'D. D. Kelly," built in 1879, and the "General Hancock," 
built in 1887, both wooden side w T heelers, were sold, the 
"D. D. Kelly" for $1,000, the "General Hancock" for 
$2,500. 

"Hugh O'Brien." 

In February there was a contract made with Bertelsen 
& Petersen Engineering Company to repair the main 
shaft of the "Hugh O'Brien" which broke without 
warning about the middle of January; the rough turned 
shaft was furnished to the contractor by the city. At 
the same time there were miscellaneous repairs made to 
the main engine. Contract price for this work $2,400. 

In June a contract was made with the R. Minton 
Company to install a new type of roadway barrier at 
either end of the boat. These barriers are essentially 
chains with springs, suitably housed in the supporting 
columns located on either side of the roadway, on the 
ends. These barriers have proved satisfactory. Con- 
tract price $2,000. 

In November a contract was made with the Richard 



96 City Document No. 22. 

T. Green Company to repair the guards and make some 
minor repairs to the hull. This work was necessary on 
account of the sagging of the upstream guard. As the 
work progressed the local inspectors required further 
minor repairs. Contract price, $1,489. 

"John H. Sullivan." 

In May there was a contract made with the Atlantic 
Works to repair one crank shaft which had been bent, 
line up the engine and shaft, readjust and repair the 
thrust bearings, install a new water service pump and 
make miscellaneous repairs to piping and valves. Con- 
tract price, $3,974. 

While the above repairs were being made, the local 
inspectors required further repairs made on the hull of 
the boat. The work consisted of furnishing in place 
one new rudder pintle bushing repairing one rudder 
bushing, installing two new sea valve nozzles, furnishing 
in place twelve new zincs, the driving of about 4,000 
rivets and painting the hull. A contract was made with 
the Atlantic Works to make these repairs for $3,179. 

In July a contract was made with the Atlantic Works 
to furnish complete two spare propellers, steel castings, 
for the boat. Contract price, $815. 

" General Sumner." 

In January to meet the requirements of the local 
inspectors a contract was made with the Atlantic Works 
to make some major repairs to the hull; at the same 
time there were some minor machine repairs made. 
The chief items under this contract are the installing of 
nine new frames under the boilers, the repairing of both 
bilge and boiler keelsons and the repairing of the main 
decks at both ends. The contract to make these repairs 
was taken by the Atlantic Works at $6,737. 

"Governor Russell." 

Aside from small minor repairs, which were made by 
the department force, this boat has required no con- 
siderable expenditure to keep it in service. However, 
owing to the almost continuous running of the boat with 
the resulting wear and racking, there will probably be 
some extensive repairs required in the near future. 



Public Works Department. 97 

"Miscellaneous." 

In April a contract was made with the Atlantic Works 
to repair eight bronze propeller blades for $1,014. 

Again in January another contract was made with the 
same company to repair seven blades for $637. 

The piers of the North Ferry on the Boston and East 
Boston sdes were repaired this year under a contract 
awarded to the W. H. Ellis and Son Co., May 31, 1921. 
The work done under this contract consisted on the East 
Boston side, in rebuilding of the north pier of the North 
Ferry, the repairing of the Coal Shed Wharf, the repair- 
ing of the middle pier of the North Ferry, including the 
rebuilding of the middle pier head which had been broken 
off during the repairs to the North Slip. On the Boston 
side the north pier was rebuilt and the middle pier 
patched. The cost of this work was $15,809.90. 

Lawler Brothers, contractors, were awarded a contract 
December 5, 1921, for repairing the piers at the Boston 
landing of the North Ferry. 

A new head was built at the south pier and the piling, 
girders and planking repaired at a cost of $3,094.29. 
The work was completed February 1, 1922. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Carty, 
Division Engineer. 



98 



City Document No. 22. 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1921-22. 

Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 

Boston bridges $392,589 05 

Boston and Cambridge bridges 27,999 77 

$420,588 82 

Total Expenditures. 
From maintenance appropriation . $420,588 82 
From special appropriations . 298,038 60 



(l.) 



(2.) 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTO 


<$>l±0,VAI tii 


N BRIDGES. 


Administration: 


Salaries : 


Division engineer $3,750 00 


Supervisors .... 




4,996 22 


Engineers and draughtsmen 




28,446 22 


Clerk 




1,877 19 


Inspectors .... 




3,124 18 


Medical inspector 




166 69 


Pensions : 


Veterans . $3,755 58 


Laborers ... 360 00 






4,115 58 




Holiday time 1,450 75 


Vacations 


2,373 01 


Pay to injured employees 


728 00 


Printing postage stationery . 


1,589 03 


Travel 


219 19 


Telephones 


8 21 


Engineers supplies and instruments 


120 83 


Typewriter inspection . 


39 50 


Office supplies 


46 25 


New blueprinting machine 


250 00 


Yard and Stockroom : 


«K9 QOfl ti 


ypOO,OUU OJ 




Yard: 


Clerk, janitor, watchmen . . $3,822 92 


Travel .... 






239 65 


Tools 








540 50 


Tool repairs . 








409 82 


Telephone . 








138 27 


Medical service . 








38 50 


Furnishings . 








13 80 


Repairing buildings 








3 20 


Lumber 








24 56 


Supplies 








111 60 




9- r>/\rt oo 


$0,0^4 Ou 


Carried forward 








$5,342 82 



Public Works Department. 



99 



Brought forward 

Stockroom : 

Stock (lumber, nails and supplies for 

bridges) 

Plus increase in stock 



(3.) Automobiles: 

Division engineer: 
Wages of chauffeur 
Storage . 
Repairs 
Supplies 

Oil and gasolene . 
New tires and tubes 
Repairs to tires and tubes 
New touring car . 



Supervisor of Bridges : 
Wages of chauffeur 
Storage . 
Repairs 
Supplies 

Oil and gasolene . 
New tires and tubes 
Repairing tubes . 
Registration 



Auto Truck No. 1 : 
New tires and tubes 
Storage 
Repairs 
Supplies 

Oil and gasolene . 
Repairing tires and tubes 
Registration 

Auto Truck No. 2: 
Wages of chauffeur 
New tires and tubes . 
Repairs to tires and tubes 
Repairs 

Oil and gasolene . 
Supplies 

Hire of automobile 
New Ford truck . 
Registration 



Auto Truck No. 3: 
New tires and tub es 
Repairs 

Oil and gasolene 
Supplies 
Storage 
New Ford truck 



$5,044 64 
1,117 86 



$1,080 00 


180 


00 


524 


18 


31 


47 


348 82 


195 


24 


5 


75 


1,365 


00 


$1,350 00 


181 


00 


263 


46 


70 39 


260 


16 


127 


88 


21 


25 


12 


00 


$244 68 


76 39 


210 


28 


8 00 


393 81 


10 


25 


2 00 


$1,350 00 


254 91 


26 00 


504 93 


266 


57 


14 


30 


55 


00 


402 


50 


4 


00 


$91 44 


273 


13 


260 


76 


15 


25 


40 00 


623 


69 



$5,342 82 



6,162 50 
$11,505 32 



$3,730 46 



2,286 14 



945 41 



2,878 21 



1,304 27 



$11,144 49 



100 



City Document No. 22. 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and_ 

Materials. 



Albany street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) . . 

Allston street 

Ashmont street 

Arlington street 

Austin street 

Babson street 

Beacon street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) . . . 

Braddock Park 

Berkeley street 

Blue Hill avenue 

Boston street 

Bennington street 

Boylston street 

Blakemore street 

Beacon street (over outlet) 

Columbus avenue 

Cambridge street (over Boston & Maine Railroad) 

Commercial point 

Chelsea street (over Boston & Maine Railroad) . . . 

C Street stairway 

Central avenue 

Dartmouth street 

Dorchester avenue (over Old Colony Railroad) . . . 

Dana avenue 

Everett street 

East River street 

Florence street 

Glenwood Avenue West 

Hyde Park avenue (over Mother brook) 

Hyde Park avenue (over Stony brook) 

Harvard street 

Hyde Park avenue, near Readville station 

Irvington street 

Jones avenue 

Maverick street 

Carried forward 



$2,074 33 

3,001 59 

178 39 

1,086 08 

338 72 . 

21 50 

193 42 

65 75 

1,699 37 

672 11 

487 54 

335 58 

421 32 

259 30 

5 00 

8,379 90 

53 75 

536 30 

12 50 

1,005 73 

790 65 

634 50 

2,219 59 

356 55 

766 51 

95 

193 06 

281 30 
197 00 
142 98 

24 50 
9 50 

282 80 
7 50 

120 29 



§22,914 33 



Public Works Department. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. — Concluded. 



101 



Bridge. 



Labor 
and 

Material. 


$22,914 33 


24 


00 


2,905 


17 


5,843 


61 


158 


88 


1,252 


31 


23 


50 


3,384 49 


49 


37 


2,025 


47 


74 


73 


9 


88 


13 


12 


40 67 


15 


50 


72 


06 


129 


45 


48 


17 


184 


19 


67 


70 


146 


50 


48 00 


160 


81 


696 


01 


165 


03 


2,651 


26 


2,733 


42 


849,779 


16 



Brought forward 

Mystic street 

Milton 

Massachusetts avenue (over Providence Division) 

Gainsborough street 

M ilton street, Hyde Park 

New Allen street 

Oakland street 

Perkins street 

Public landing. Northern avenue 

Reservoir road 

Sprague street 

Summer street (over A street) 

Summer street (over B street) 

Shawmut avenue 

Southampton street 

Saratoga street 

Sumner street 

Tollgate way 

West River street 

Wordsworth street 

Winthrop 

West Rutland street 

West Fourth street 

Webster street 

West Newto n street . 

Cleaning bridges 



102 



City Document No. 22. 



Bridges. 
Expenditures on Tide Water Bridges 



Bridges. 



Draw- 
tenders' 

Salaries. 



Mechanics' 
Wages. 



Material. 



Repair 
Bills. 



Supplies. 



Total. 



Broadway 

Charlestown 

Chelsea North 

Chelsea South 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street 

Dorchester Avenue 

Dover Street 

L Street 

Maiden 

Meridian 

Northern Avenue. . 
Summer Street .... 

Warren 

Western Avenue . . . 

Totals 



$14,299 62 
19,523 59 
16,350 54 
14,390 29 
14,404 30 
14,864 15 
14,301 00 
14,320 46 
14,304 02 
14,765 87 
14,867 62 
16,262 67 
14,563 90 
14,674 38 
31 78 



$211,924 19 



$174 20 

1,766 28 

1,516 22 

1,715 45 

819 53 

1,557 95 

855 35 

1,388 40 

378 45 

350 92 

1,304 23 

2,466 10 

1,322 35 

2,287 24 



$1,616 02 

24 64 

542 01 



767 08 
643 25 
639 45 
240 78 



489 88 
1,980 78 



468 27 
43 45 



$273 23 

1,094 61 

521 63 

183 93 

88 99 

1,021 48 

698 63 

3,438 89 

435 55 

457 94 

2,881 23 

2,226 04 

585 67 

647 23 

94 00 



$17,902 67 



$7,455 61 



$423 07 
999 73 
728 75 

342 73 
360 64 
998 06 
350 26 
330 07 
219 45 
580 55 

343 37 
5,402 95 
1,883 33 
1,964 75 



$15,170 12 
25,000 23 
19,141 78 
17,174 41 
15,673 46 
19,208 72 
16,848 49 
20,117 27 
15,578 25 
16,155 28 
19,886 33 
28,338 54 
18,355 25 
20,041 87 
169 23 



$14,649 05 



$14,927 71 



$266,859 23 



Summary of Expenditures. 

Administration 
Yard and stockroom 
Automobiles and trucks 
Inland bridges 
Tide water bridges 

Total 



$53,300 85 
11,505 32 
11,144 49 
49,779 16 

266,859 23 

$392,589 05 



BRIDGES, REPAIRS, ETC. 



Warren Bridge. 



Salaries of engineers 

Inspection 

Travel 

Supplies . 

Vincenzo Grande . 

Transit Commission 

W. S. Rendle Company 

Advertising 

Allston Street 
Arlington Street . 
A Street Stairway 
B Street Stairway 
Brookline Street . 

Carried forward 



$718 32 




345 20 




47 40 




19 80 




54,756 80 




43 72 




f 50 58 




7 50 






$55,989 32 




$1,082 54 




411 91 




166 51 




524 37 




521 56 




$2,706 89 


$55,989 32 



Public Works Department. 



103 



Brought forward 












$2,706 89 


$55,989 32 


Berkeley Street . 1,756 


63 




Bennington Street 












3,187 63 




Chelsea North 












4,344 81 




Chelsea South 












379 98 




Chelsea Street 












633 06 




Charlestown 












2,227 


62 




Columbus Avenue 












3,957 37 




Dover Street . 












4,367 80 




Dorchester Avenue 












4,137 


70 




Maiden . 












154 


19 




Meridian 












51 


73 




Massachusetts Avenue 












4,523 


11 




New Allen 












5,531 


49 




Northern Avenue . 












991 


57 




Sprague Street 












2,456 76 




Summer Street 












31 


68 




West Glenwood Street 








3,215 60 




West Newton Street 








1,289 94 








45,945 56 






$101,934 88 


Hyde Park Avenue Bridge. 






Salaries of engineers 




$1,158 29 


Advertising and printing 






68 30 


Photographs ... 






20 00 


Engineers' supplies 






40 20 


General Construction Company 






4,611 25 


Travel expense, car fares 






4 00 




$5,902 04 


Brookline Avenue Bridge. 






Execution of court ... .... 




$4,000 Ou 


Rebuilding bridge 




660 00 




$4,660 00 


Ashland Street Bridge. 






Salaries of engineers 




$419 95 


Inspection 














300 00 


Travel expense 














25 85 


Stationery 














4 95 


Repairs 














503 70 


Boston Bridge Works 












54,000 00 


Paving Service 












1,019 70 






$56,274 15 


Dover Street Bridge. 




Salaries of engineers 




$743 61 


Inspection 










69 04 


Supplies 










507 35 


A. C. Harvey 










4,807 45 


W. H. Ellis & Sons Company 










703 41 


Travel expense 










5 80 


Transit Commission .... 










10,274 94 


Paving Service 










20 00 


Repairs 










185 94 




$17,317 54 



104 



City Document No. 22. 



Sea Wall, Etc., Roxbury Canal 



Salaries of engineers 

Inspection 

Travel expense 

W. S. Rendle Company 

Advertising and postage 

Printing and stationery 

Paving Service 

W. H. Ellis & Son Co 

Engineers supplies 

Material . 

Sewer Service 

P. L. Perkins 

Transit Department 



$2,037 71 

759 44 

76 70 

82,739 29 

23 86 

12 10 

2,345 97 

723 88 

21 29 

682 55 

18 63 

5,289 93 

309 18 

$95,040 53 



Chelsea Bridge South. 

Salaries of engineers 

Advertising 

Engineers supplies 

Postage 

Printing and stationery .... ... 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Waterways and 

Public Lands 

Travel expense 



Strandway and Old Harbor Improvement.* 

Salaries of engineers 

Advertising 

Engineers supplies 

D. M. Biggs & Co 



Amount paid into the City Treasury during 1921-22: 
Labor and material furnished . . . $216 20 

Rents, Charlestown Bridge 2,921 75 

Warren Bridge repairs 12,548 70 



$2,936 11 

13 20 

9 48 

11 16 

30 86 

2 00 
139 31 

$3,142 12 



$226 29 

11 50 

35 80 

13,493 75 

513,767 34 



$15,686 65 



* $45,035.59 expended by Sewer Service. 



Public Works Department. 



105 



SUMMARY. 
Expended from Special Appropriations in Charge of Bridge Service. 



Balances 
from 1920. 



Total Credits 

Including 

Balance 

Carried Over. 



Expended 

During 
Year 1921. 



Balance 

Unexpended 

January 31, 

1922. 



Bridges, repairs, twenty-four bridges. 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge 

Brookline Avenue Bridge 

Ashland Street Bridge 

Dover Street Bridge 

Sea wall, etc., Roxbury Canal 

Chelsea Bridge South 



$28,753 79 



713 91 
63,567 49 



109,492 69 
14,867 54 



$131,302 49 
20,000 00 
4,660 00 
63,567 49 
40,000 00 
189,492 69 
14,867 54 



$101,934 88 

5,902 04 

4,660 00 

56,274 15 

17,317 54 

95,040 53 

3,142 12 



$29,367 61 
14,097 96 

7,293 34 
22,682 46 
94,452 16 
11,725 42 



Totals . 



$217,395 42 



$463,890 21 



$284,271 26 



$179,618 95 



106 City Document No. 22. 



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. J 

In Charge of Bridge and Ferry Division. 

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

Arlington street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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 from 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. 

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

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. 
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. 



Public Works Department. 107 

Gove street (footbridge), over Boston & Albany Railroad, 

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

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

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

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

Hartford 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. 
Neptune road, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Newburn street, over Stony brook, Hyde Park. 

* Northern avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

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

* Summer street, over Fort Point channel. 

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

Washington street to Hyde Park avenue, Forest Hills. 
Walworth street, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Providence Division. 

* 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. 



108 City Document No. 22. 

In Charge of Park and Recreation Department. 

Agassiz road, in Fens. 

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

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

Boylston street, in Fens, over waterway. 

Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

Charlesgate, in Fens, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Circuit drive, over Scarboro pond, in Franklin Park. 

Commonwealth avenue, in Fens, over waterway. 

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

Ellicott Arch, Franklin Park. 

Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills entrance, in Franklin Park. 

Leverett pond (footbridge), in Olmstead Park. 

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. 

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. 
Belle vue street, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Berners street (footbridge), over Muddy river. 
Brookline avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Hungtington avenue, in tfre Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Longwood avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

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

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

Haven & Hartford Railroad, Old Colony Division. 



Public Works Department. 109 

Belgrade avenue, over New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Providence Division. 

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

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

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

Pleasant street, over the subway. 

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 Commmissioners 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. 

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

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. 

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

Harrison avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 



110 City Document No. 22. 

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. 

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. 

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

Perkins street (fodtbridge) , 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 District 
Commission, Park Division. 

* Charles River Dam. 
Mattapan, over Neponset river. 

* Neponset, from Dorchester to Quincy. 

North Beacon street, from Brighton to Watertown. 

VI. — Bridges Wholly Maintained by Railroad 
Corporations. 

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



Public Works Department. Ill 

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

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

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

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

Division. 
Athens street. 
Bolton street. 
Dorchester avenue. 

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

Washington street, Dorchester. 
West Broadway. 
West Second street. 
West Third street. 
West Fourth street. 
West Fifth street. 
West Sixth 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. 
Arlington square. 
Baker street, West Roxbury. 
Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 
Berkeley street. 
Broadway, South Boston. 
Canterbury street, West Roxbury. 
Centre, and Mt. Vernon streets, West Roxbury. 
Columbus avenue. 
Dartmouth street. 
Gardner street, West Roxbury. 
- Harrison avenue. 
Park street, West Roxbury. 



112 City Document No. 22. 

Washington street. 
West street, Hyde Park. 
West River street, Hyde Park. 

VII. — Bridges Maintained by the United States 
Government. 

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

Recapitulation of Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

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

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

— 84 
II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 

within its limits: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 7 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 

— 12 

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 . . 34 

V. Number maintained by Metropolitan District 

Commission . . .... 4 

VI. Number maintained b} r railroad corporations: 

1. Boston & Albany Railroad ... 4 

2. Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 

Railroads 1 

3. Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern Di- 

vision 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 . . 16 

— 78 



Public Works Department. 



113 



VII. Number maintained by the United States 
Government 



Total number 



190 



Table Showing the Widths of Channelways for Vessels in all Bridges 
Over Navigable Water in the City of Boston in January, 1921. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


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Brighton to Cambridge 




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45 " 










75 " 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 " 8 


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35 " 


a 


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Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 
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Boston to Charlestown 




36 " 


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


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36 " 7 


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Boston & Maine Railroad (freight), 
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Boston to East Cambridge .... 




40 ■ 


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Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger), 
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" " .... 




39 " 8 


" 


Boston & Maine Railroad, Western 
Division. 


Boston to Charlestown 




39 " 4 


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35 " 6 


a 


Division. 








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50 " 


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Brighton to Cambridge 




40 " 


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36 " 6 


a 




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41 " 3 


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



114 



City Document No. 22. 



Table Showing Widths of Channelways, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



o a 

eg 

o 



Width. 



Grand Junction Railroad . . 
Grand Junction Railroad . . 

Granite avenue 

Harvard (Boston side) 
Harvard (Cambridge side) . 

Maiden 

Meridian street 

Neponset (temporary) 



New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 

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



* North Beacon street . 

Northern avenue 

Prison Point 

Summer street 

Summer street 



Victory 

Warren 

Western avenue . 
Western avenue. 



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



Charlestown to Everett . 
East Boston to Chelsea . . 
Dorchester to Quincy . . . 
Over Fort Point channel . 

Dorchester to Quincy . . . 



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



Over Reserved channel, South 
Boston. 



Dorchester to Quincy. . 
Boston to Charlestown . . 
Brighton to Cambridge . 
Brighton to Watertown. 



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60 " " 

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5 " 



51 " 



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75 


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37 


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4 


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36 


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36 


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ELEVATION AND DATUM PLANES REFERRED 
TO BOSTON CITY BASE. 



Feet. 

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

. 00 Metropolitan Park Commission base. 
+ 0.64 State Department of Public Works, Division 
of 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. t 
+ 0.34 Mean low water, 1867. f 
+ 0.79 Mean low water, 1902. f 
+ 0.58 Navy Yard base, 1902. t 
10.63 Mean high water, 1902. | 
5.71 Mean sea level, 1902. f 
9.84 Mean rise and fall of tide, 1902.J 

*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. 



117 



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 Divi- 
sion n. b. 22, p. 54 (15.10 above mean low 
water, United States Coast Survey Chart of 
Boston Harbor, 1857). 

15.64 December 26, 1909, average of twenty-nine 
observations, 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. 



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 
14.40 



Feb. 24, 1722-23 
April 16, 1851.. . 
April 16, 1851... . 
Jan. 23, 1898.... 

Nov. 27, 1898 

Nov. 8,1900 

Nov. 25, 1901... . 
Dec. 14, 1902.... 

Jan. 25, 1905 

Jan. 25, 1905 

Jan. 25, 1905 

Dec. 26, 1909 

Dec. 26, 1913.... 

Nov. 20, 1914 

Jan. 13, 1915... . 
Jan. 13, 1915... . 
Nov. 7,1919.... 



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 1 1 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 

North Ferry, East Boston side 



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. 
F. P. Spalding. 



Low Tides. 



5.60 


Nov. 27, 189S 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 


—3 . 50 


Feb. 1,1900 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station. . . . 


Self-recording gauge. 


—2.94 


Feb. 3,1900 


South Boston station, Edison Electric 


D. A. Harrington. 


—3.00 


Feb. 4,1901 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station. . . . 


Self-recording gauge. 


—3.00 


Mar. 23, 1905 


Deer Island, metropolitan sewer station .... 


Self-recording gauge. 



118 City Document No. 22. 

Ferry Service. 
The following steam ferryboats are in commission. 

When Gross 

Name. Built. Type. Length. Tonnage. 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 Side Wheel 175 ft. 3 in. 645 

Governor Russell 1898 Propeller 164 " 3 " 713 

Noddle Island 1899 " 164 " 3 " 710 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 703 

John H. Sullivan 1912 " 172 " 3 ■ 826 

Lieutenant Flaherty 1921 " 174 " 727 

Ralph J. Palumbo 1921 " 174 " 755 

Financial Statement for the Year Ending January 31, 

1922. 

I. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $104,457 92 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 

$104,657 92 
Cash paid over to City Collector . $104,457 92 
Cash in hands of tollmen January 

31, 1922 200 00 

$104,657 92 

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Received from annual appropriation for Ferry 

Service . $501,856 57 

Received by transfer from Bridge Service . . 3,106 95 

Unexpended balances from special appropriations 

February 1, 1921: 
East Boston Ferry improvements ... * 843,399 29 
Ferryboat "Noddle Island" .... 100,32338 
Ferryboats, repairs, etc. 3,359 68 

Total appropriations and balances carried 

over $1,452,045 87 

Total expenditures 1,180,386 97 

$271,658 90 

Unexpended balances of special 

appropriations, January 31, 1922, $263,531 73 

Transferred to city treasury 

(maintenance appropriation) 8,127 17 

271,658 90 

* 8500,000.00 authorized in 1920 but not issued until 1921. 



Public Works Department. 119 



Receipts for the year (net income) 




$104,457 92 


Ordinary expenses (maintenance 






appropriations) .... 


$496,836 35 




Interest paid on ferry debt . 


29,795 00 




Depreciation on ferryboats . 


29,419 75 




Decrease in value of machinery and 






tools 


222 79 




Decrease in value of supplies on 






hand 


339 32 




Decrease in value of fuel on hand . . 


8,204 92 




Net outgo for the year . 




* 564,818 13 


Net loss for the year 




* $460,360 21 



* Does not include expenditure for special appropriations. 



120 



City Document No. 22. 



















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January 31, 
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January 31, 
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January 31 , 
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January 31, 
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January 31, 
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Cash, tollmen's capital 


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100 52 

7,238 24 


$200 00 

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14,436 34 

27,280 67 

184,668 33 

2,605 72 

610,100 00 


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27,904 00 

173,588 23 

2,475 44 

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379,450 27 

2,227 90 

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263,531 73 

1,024,067 76 

2,005 11 

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610,100 00 


Real estate, land and buildings 
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315,815 68 
5,094,074 27 


$839,404 60 

315,815 68 
5,477,858 89 


$834,356 14 

315,815 68 
5,878,459 23 


$1,975,059 66 

315,815 68 
6,395,570 42 


$1,927,401 15 
315 815 68 


Cost of avenues, etc., East Boston 




6,865,402 36 


Totals 


$6,226,756 38 


$6,633,079 17 


$7,028,631 05 


$8,686,445 76 


$9,108,619 19 


Liabilities. 

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$6,226,756 38 


$6,605,798 50 
27,280 67 


$7,000,727 05 
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$7,739,363 41 
947,082 35 


$8,845,087 46 
263,531 73 


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Total liabilities 


$6,226,756 38 


$6,633,079 17 


$7,028,631 05 


$8,686,445 76 


$9,108,619 19 















Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date per ferry 


$13,331,024 31 

7,995 00 

279,148 85 


$13,800,322 33 

6,063 00 

279,148 85 


$14,202,449 75 

5,428 50 

279,148 85 


$15,113,454 44 

15,211 67 

279,148 85 


$16,309,053 08 

29,795 00 

279,148 85 


Interest of debt for the year (per 


Interest previous years, etc. (net 
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$13,618,168 16 
7,391,411 78 


$14,085,534 18 

7,479,735 68 


$14,577,027 10 
7,576,300 05 


$15,407,814 96 
7,668,451 55 


$16,617,996 93 
7,772,909 47 


Excess expenditures, capital 


$6,226,756 38 


$6,605,798 50 


$7,000,727 05 


$7,739,363 41 


$8,845,087 46 















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Total Expenditures Upon Ferries Since 1858=59. 
Expenditures for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 

previous to the purchase of the ferries by the 

cit Y $444,101 30 

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

Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870 1,636,885 15 

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 . $2,995,200 07 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . . 1,675,023 25 

Expenditures for fuel 2,208,442 03 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 7,532,893 17 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 2,206,438 41 



$16,617,996 93 



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, 7,462,060 48 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 68,980 04 

Receipts from sale of ferryboats .... 152,567 44 

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 29,178 10 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

City Auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $7,773,109 47 
Less amount with tollmen as capital . . . 200 00 

Total receipts, per auditor's figures . . $7,772,909 47 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1922. 

Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1922 . . . ' . . . $501,856 57 

Received by transfer from Bridge Service . 3,106 95 



$504,963 52 
Amount of expenditures (regular) for the year . 496,836 35 



Unexpended balance to City Treasury . $8,127 17 



Public Works Department. 125 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

East Boston Ferry, Improvements, Etc. 

Unexpended balance February 1,1921 $843,399 29 

Expenditures from February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922: 

Labor, engineering $3,615 82 

Traveling expenses 1,250 82 

Telegrams and telephones .... 3 90 

Amount paid to R. Minton Company: 
Labor and materials used in shop and on 
board reconstructing passageway gates, 
deck wash, emergency fire hose, boiler 
feed, circulating pumps, etc . . . 645 38 

Amount paid to Fay, Spofford & Thorndike 
for professional services for design and 
supervision of new ferryboats . . 7,750 00 

Amount paid to Winnisimmet Ship Yard, 
Inc., under contract for building steel 
ferryboat "Ralph J. Palumbo." Boat 
accepted September 23, 1921 : 
Contract price . . . $335,000 00 
Extra work: Build barrier 
gates with housed springs 
and swivel posts instead 
of type called for, at an 
agreed price of . . . 950 00 

Install extra building over 
fuel oil tanks, build addi- 
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coal bunkers, etc., at an 
agreed price of . . . 975 00 



$336,925 00 
Less amount paid in 1920 . 67,000 00 



Amount paid to Groton Iron 

Works under contract for 

building steel ferryboat 

"Lieutenant Flaherty." 

Boat accepted Aug. 19, 

1921: 
Contract price . $379,950 00 

Extra work: Build barrier 

gates with housed springs 

and swivel posts instead 

of type called for, at an 

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269,925 00 



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81,307 76 



299,592 24 

582,783 16 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1922 $260,616 13 



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Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
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Totals. 


Boston side 


$10,379 28 
9,544 00 


$3,548 50 

4,829 00 


$13,927 78 


East Boston side 


14,373 00 






Totals 


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$8,377 50 


$28,300 78 



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For cash fares for teams 



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$790 30 
17,769 01 



$28,300 78 



18,559 31 
$46,860 09 





South Ferry. 






From Tollmen. 


Foot 
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From 
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Totals. 


Boston side 


$11,387 81 
10,565 22 


$4,245 00 
3,534 00 


$15,622 81 


East Boston side 


14,099 72 






Totals 


$21,953 03 


$7,779 00 


$29,722 53 



From tollmen 

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For cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$950 30 
19,966 59 



North and South Ferries 

Tickets paid for at ferry office .... 
Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1921 . 

Total from rates 

Rents for the year 

Sale of boats "D. D. Kelly" and "General Hancock,' 

Carried forward 



,722 53 



20,916 89 



$50,639 42 


$97,499 51 

2,174 70 

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$99,675 21 

522 35 

3,500 00 



$103,697 56 



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City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward . 
Sale of old material . 
Headhouse privileges 
Care of public telephone booths 
Commissions on public telephones 
Kearfott Engineering Company 
Hygienic Coin Lock Company 

Total receipts for the year 



$103,697 56 

116 86 

400 00 

48 00 

100 50 

70 00 

25 00 

$104,457 92 



Statement of Travel on the Ferries From February 1, 
1921, to January 31, 1922, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 2,071,358 2,290,333 
Foot passenger by ticket . . . 23,888 5,202 

Foot passengers free . . . 1,523 2,956 



2,096,769 2,298,491 



224,788 



244,043 



Total foot 

One-horse teams, light motor trucks, 
pleasure carriages and runabouts, 

Two-horse pleasure carriages, hacks 
and touring cars .... 

Two-horse teams and motor trucks, 

T hree-horse teams and heavy motor 
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Four-horse teams . ... 

Handcarts, etc 

Drag wheels 

Free teams, hacks and motor ve- 
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Motor Vehicle Traffic (as per Reports of Captains) . 

February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922, included in above figures. 



159,002 
164,552 


140,789 
144,977 


407 

1,537 

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1,198 

2,774 

2,057 




11,868 


10,590 


564,219 


546,428 





North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


Total. 


Runabouts 

Touring cars 


43,338 
1 176,719 
3 142,444 


46,857 
2 146,504 
4 173,921 


90,195 
323,223 


Trucks 


316,365 


Total 


362,501 


367,282 


729,783 



1 Includes 6,527 free. 

2 " 4,765 " 
s " 3,701 " 
* " 3,790 " 

Total, 18,783 free. 



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129 



Total paying foot passengers . 
Total foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried . 

Total paying teams .... 
Total free teams .... 

Total teams carried . 



4,390,781 
4,479 

4,395,260 

1,088,189 

22,458 

1,110,647 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 1915, to 
January 31, 1921. 





1916-17. 


1917-18. 


1918 19. 


1919 20. 


1920-21. 


1921 22. 




582,819 

291,795 

4,723 

6,640 

94,333 

3,537 

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577,507 

308,564 

3,538 

7,089 

110,203 

3,570 


500,193 

306,672 

3,471 

7,598 

132,743 

3,265 

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494,372 

330,023 

4,372 

4,542 

173,821 

4,935 

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437,254 

314,109 

4,105 

3,774 

226,742 

5,224 

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468,831 




309,529 


Three-horse teams 


1,605 
4,311 


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


299,791 
4,122 








Paid teams at both ferries 

Free teams at both ferries 


983,848 
12,067 


1,010,471 
15,177 


953,950 
21,708 


1,012,071 
17,447 


991,209 
16,650 


1,088,189 
22,458 


Total teams at both ferries, 


995,915 


1,025,648 


975,658 


1,029,518 


1,007,859 


1,110,647 




4,631,244 
1,763 


4,191,410 
846 


3,952,673 
2,820 


4,424,773 
4,500 


3,987,785 
3,305 


4,390,781 




4,479 






Total foot passengers 


4,633,007 


4,192,256 


3,955,493 


4,429,273 


3,991,090 


4,395,260 



Note: The above team travel includes automobiles. 
* Includes one-seat automobiles. f Includes motor trucks. J Includes two-seat automobiles . 



130 City Document No. 22. 



APPENDIX C. 

REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



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, 1922. 

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

Lighting Service $722,091 55 

Paving Service 1,287,913 15 



Total $2,010,004 70 

Paving Service — General Plant. 

The asphalt mixing plant at Brighton has been called 
on to supply other than its own section due to the 
removal of the Dorchester plant from Hancock street. 
Hot bituminous mix has been furnished Dorchester, 
Roxbury and West Roxbury, and part of the West End 
district for surfacing and patching. The nine steam 
rollers were overhauled and repaired and have been very 
active in resurfacing extensive areas of bituminous 
macadam during the year. Several of these steam 
rollers will not be servicable for another year, the state 
inspectors finding it necessary to reduce the steam pres- 
sure on account of the age and defective condition of the 
boilers. 

The horses, one hundred six in number are in fair 
condition. I would recommend that no additions be 
made and that light trucks be purchased for the Paving 
Service. 

The department forces have been very active resurfac- 
ing with bituminous macadam in the several districts of 
the city, some one hundred forty streets having been 



Public Works Department. 131 

so treated during the year, exclusive of the ordinary 
macadam repairs, repairs to paved streets, etc. 

Early in the spring construction was resumed on 
twenty-four streets under contract and uncompleted 
from 1920. Contracts were awarded in 1921 to con- 
struct or repave forty-six streets and thirty-five of them 
were completed, leaving eleven to finish in 1922. 

About 100,000 square yards of granite block pave- 
ment was laid on the following streets : 

Washington street, from Archdale road to 75 feet 
south of Corinth street; Dudley street, from Alexander 
street to Stoughton street; Albany street, from Broad- 
way to about 75 feet south of Troy street; Friend street, 
from Union street to Causeway street; Portland street, 
from Hanover street to Causeway street; Richmond 
street, from Hanover street to Atlantic avenue; Public 
Alley 909, from Massachusetts avenue to Hemenway 
street; Fargo street, from B street to C street; Claren- 
don street, from Stuart street to bridge over Boston & 
Albany Railroad; Stanhope street, from Morgan street 
to Trinity place; Columbus avenue, from Tremont 
street across Centre street; Dorchester avenue, from 
Park street to Ashmont street; Charles street, from 
Beacon street to Cambridge street. 

About 93,000 square yards sheet asphalt and asphalt 
concrete laid on the following streets: 

Cushman road, from Dustin street to Glencoe street; 
Centre street, from Allandale street to South street; 
South street, from Centre street to about 270 feet east- 
erly; Market street, from Washington street across 
Western avenue; Arlington street, from Market street 
across Leicester street; Halifax street, from South 
Huntington avenue to Pond View avenue; Oriole street, 
from Bellevue street to Emmons road ; Columbus avenue 
from Centre street to Walnut avenue; Seaver street, 
from Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road; Chelsea street 
from Maverick street to Day square; Bremen street 
from 230 feet northeast of Maverick street to Porter 
street; Huntington avenue, from Gainsborough street 
to Hemenway street; West Newton street, from Tremont 
street to Shawmut avenue; Pontiac street, from Tremont 
street to Hillside street; Imrie road, from Cambridge 
street to Allston Playground; Melton road, from Wall- 
ingford road to Colonial road; Thorndike street, from 
Commonwealth avenue to Brookline line; Chestnut 
Hill avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Beacon 



132 Citt Document No. 22. 

street; Beacon street and Chestnut Hill avenue, from 
Brookline line to Brookline line. 

About 10,000 square yards of bitulithic pavement 
were laid on the following streets: 

Dorchester street, from East and West Broadway to 
East and West Eighth street; Brenton street, from 
Glenway street to Greenwood street; Whitten street, 
from Dorchester avenue to Althea street. 

About 70,000 square yards of Topeka pavement were 
laid on the following streets : 

Hyde Park avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to 
River street; Babcock street, from Commonwealth 
avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad; Cummington 
street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany 
Railroad; Belgrade avenue, from Anawan avenue to 
Centre street; Beech street, from West Roxbury Park- 
way to Belgrade avenue; Centre street, from South 
street to Spring street; Arbutus street, from Blue Hill 
avenue to Irma street; River street, from bridge over 
Providence Division Railroad to across Everett square; 
Centre street, from Forbes street to Boylston street; 
Green street, from Call street to Centre street. 

About 12,000 square yards of wood block pavement 
were laid on Washington street, from Beach to Kneeland 
streets. 

The number of lamps in use lighting the streets during 
the past year were: — 9,713 single mantle gas; 143 fire 
alarm gas; 5,416 magnetite arcs; 4,711 Tungsten in- 
candescent. Total, 19,983, as compared with 19,889 for 
1920. 

Yours respectfully, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 



133 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 
Expenditures, February 1, 1921, to January 31, 1922. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company ..... $397,782 18 
Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company . ... 23,528 63 







$421,310 81 


Incandescen 


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Edison Electric Illuminating 






Company 


$83,303 84 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


21 12 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company fire alarm lamps 


85 33 


83,410 29 






Gas Lighting: 






Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 






pany 


$195,651 10 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


10,607 34 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Compan}' fire alarm lamps 


399 00 


206,657 44 






Salaries and Wages: 






Division Engineer (part of) 


$1,250 00 




Clerk 


1,976 92 




Stenographer and clerk . 


1,346 28 




Lighting inspector 


1,550 00 




Pensions 


360 00 


6,483 20 






Automobile Expenses: 






Gasolene, oil, etc 


$183 03 




Ford automobile (net cost) . 


405 00 




Registration 


10 00 




Shoes and tubes, new and repairs, 


83 70 




Supplies 


18 66 




Repairs 


158 86 




Storage 


66 00 


Q25 25 


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Carried forward .... 


$718,786 99 



134 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $718,786 99 

Construction: 

Installing lamps and posts and 
removing and relocating lamps, 
posts, etc., less rebates 1,358 32 

Office Expenses: 

Printing $117 90 

Postage 30 00 

Stationery and periodicals . . 63 22 

211 12 



liscellaneous: 




Travel expenses (car fares) . 


$22 70 


Typewriter repairs and inspec- 




tion 


12 00 


Gas lamp-posts .... 


900 00 


Globes and shade frames 


2 42 



937 12 

Installing boulevard lamps on 

Cleveland circle 798 00 



Total $ 722,091 55 

Revenue Credited to General Revenue. 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge bridges . . $2,726 42 

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- 
There has been installed in Cleveland circle, Brighton, 
16 Boulevard White Way lamps. In addition to these, 
throughout the city the lighting system was increased 
by the installation of 51 new magnetite arcs and 55 
incandescents, and 38 gas lamps at various locations. 
The usual amount of regulation and relocation of lamps 
and services, made necessary by street construction, the 
building of sewers and other works has been 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. 



Public Works Department. 135 

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

Public streets and alleys 606 . 33 

Public footways 1.31 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys, 

approximately 300 . 00 

Total 907.64 



During the year the following defects were reported 
by the police: arc lamps, 9443; incandescent, 5,737; 
and gas lamps, 2629. 

There are in operation 19,983 arc, incandescent and 
gas lamps, divided as follows: 5,416 arcs, 4,711 tungsten 
incandescents, 9,713 single mantle gas lamps and 143 
fire alarm gas lamps. 

Lamps Installed. 

Magnetite arc lamps 

Tungsten lamps 

Single mantle gas lamps .... 

Lamps Discontinued 

Magnetite arc lamps 

Tungsten lamps 

Single mantle gas lamps .... 



Net increase 



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January, 
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Date. 



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Gas. 



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March 

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July 

August 

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December 

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There are 9,713 single mantle gas lamps and 143 
open flame fire alarm signal lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts, the gas company 
set 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 condition and repair; furnish 
gas, lanterns, burners and all other necessary equipment, 
including labor for lighting and care. 

The lighting service provides for the gas, lighting and 
care of the fire alarm signal lamps, and the fire depart- 
ment for the lanterns, posts, setting and repairing of 
same. 



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tungsten lamps. 

The electric companies provide and set the lamp- 
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supplied from underground circuits, furnish lamps, 
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less and 5 cents per hour for all other lamps is made for 
outages. 



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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 Broadway to about 75 feet south of 
Troy street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Bremen street, from 230 feet northeast of Maverick street, 
across Porter street is about 1,239 feet in length, with a roadway 
24 feet and sidewalks 7 to 9 feet in width. A contract for 
paving this street was awarded to Coleman Brothers, Inc., 
May 13, 1921. The contractor did the excavating, and reset 
the edgestone. The roadway was paved with seconcWhand 
granite block with grout joints on a gravel base. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid on the north side and on the south 
side the bricks were relaid. Work was commenced May 12, 
1921, and completed July 11, 1921. The straight edgestone, 
circles and corners were furnished by the city and delivered 
on the line of work. The second-hand granite blocks were 
hauled by the contractor from Chelsea street. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The sidewalks 
and roadway were laid under a five year maintenance guaranty. 
The former surface of this street was macadam roadway with 
brick sidewalks. 

Clarendon street, from Stuart street to Boston & Albany 
Railroad Bridge. (See " Assessment Streets.") 

Columbus avenue, from Tremont street to Centre street, 
is about 3,170 feet in length. A contract for reconstructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to John Kelly Company 
June 24, 1921. Work was begun June 15, 1921, and completed 
October 17, 1921. This street, 80 feet in width, has a roadway 
54 feet in width, with a double track for surface cars in the 
centre, and is paved with granite blocks, grout joints, on a 6-inch 
cement concrete base, using the best of the blocks found in the 
street and reshaping the existing concrete base with new material 
to conform with the proper grade and crown. The sidewalks 
are of artificial stone 13 feet in width. The street car tracks 
were regulated and repaved by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. The city furnished the new edgestone, circles and 
corners on the line of the work and the granite blocks for replace- 
ments at the Massachusetts avenue lot. The contractor did 
the excavating, took up, cleaned and relaid the granite blocks, 
set the edgestone, furnished all the materials for the work, 
other than those furnished by the city, and hauled the surplus 



Public Works Department. 143 

paving materials to the city yard. The granite block pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 

Dorchester avenue, from Park street to the railroad bridge 
at Ashmont street is about 4,700 feet in length. A contract 
for reconstructing the surface of this street was awarded to 
Gore, Inc., July 22, 1921. Work was begun July 20, 1921, and 
completed December 3, 1921. This street is about 56 feet in 
width. The roadway is about 38 feet in width with a double 
track for surface cars in the center and is paved in part with 
granite blocks and in part with wood blocks, all on a 6-inch 
cement concrete base. The sidewalks are of artificial stone, 9 
feet in width with a granite edgestone. The contractor took 
up the existing granite block paving in the easterly roadway, 
dummy and westerly gutter, then recut and relaid the best of 
the blocks with grout joints in the easterly roadway and dummy 
between car tracks. New blocks, furnished by the city on the 
line of the work and laid with an asphaltic mastic joint by the 
contractor were used to pave the westerly roadway. The 
wood blocks were furnished and laid with a sand joint by the 
contractor, on both roadways from Dix street to Mather street 
and from King street to Roseland street. The street car tracks 
were regulated and repaved to conform with the rest of the 
roadway by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The 
city furnished the new edgestone, circles and corners on the 
line of the work and the paving blocks for replacements ot the 
Massachusetts avenue lot. The contractor did the excavating, 
set the edgestone, furnished all the materials for the work, other 
than those furnished by the city and hauled the surplus paving 
materials to the city yard. The granite block and wood block 
in the roadways and the artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Dudley street, from Alexander street to Stoughton street, 
is about 1,400 feet in length. A contract for repaving this 
street was awarded to DeStephano Brothers August 18, 1920. 
Work was begun September 16, 1920, suspended December 15, 
1920, resumed March 17, 1921, and completed April 8, 1921. 
This year 500 square yards o f granite block pavement with 
grout joints was laid to complete the work. 

Fargo street, South Boston, from B street to C street. 
("See Assessment Streets.") 

Friend street, from Union street to Causeway street is about 
1,860 feet in length. A contract for paving this street with 
second-band granite blocks without joints on a concrete base 
was awarded to B. E. Grant Company October 11, 1920. This 
street is about 35 feet in width with a roadway 25 feet in width 
and sidewalks 5 feet in width. Work was commenced October 
22, 1920, suspended November 15, 1920, resumed March 17, 
1921 and completed April 27, 1921 . The Contractor set the 
edgestone to the line and grade, barred out and culled and piled 



144 City Document No. 22. 

the old granite blocks, removed the old concrete base where 
directed and excavated the roadway. The roadway was paved 
with second-hand granite blocks with grout joints on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The brick sidewalks were 
replaced with artificial stone. The straight edgestone, circles 
and corners were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
Second-hand granite blocks for renewals were furnished by the 
city at the Massachusetts avenue lot and other yards and 
hauled by the contractor. All other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. In connection with this contract Merrimac 
street, from Haymarket square to Portland street, was paved 
with second-hand granite blocks with grout joints on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base. The brick sidewalks were 
replaced with artificial stone. Market street, between Friend 
street and Canal street, was repaved with second-hand granite 
blocks, with grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base and the brick sidewalks were relaid. The granite block 
paving and the artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. The former surface of this 
street was granite block gravel base and joints between Union 
street and Sudbury street and granite block, pitch joints and 
concrete base between Sudbury street and Causeway street. 

Portland street, from Hanover street to Causeway street, 
is about 1,696 feet in length. A contract for paving this 
street with second-hand granite blocks with grout joints on 
a concrete base, was awarded to B. E. Grant Company, Octo- 
ber 11, 1920. The street is about 50 feet in width with a road- 
way 34 feet in width and sidewalks 8 feet in width. Work 
was commenced April 16, 1921, and completed June 28, 1921. 
The contractor set the edgestone to line and grade, barred 
out, culled and piled the old granite blocks, removed the old 
concrete base where directed and excavated the roadway. 
The roadway was paved with second-hand granite blocks 
with grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. 
The brick sidewalks were replaced with artifical stone. 
The straight edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by 
the city on the line of work. Second-hand granite blocks 
for renewals were furnished by the city at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot and other yards and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. In con- 
nection with this contract, Hanover street, from Washington 
street to Elm street was paved with second-hand granite 
blocks with grout joints on the existing concrete base. Tra- 
verse street, from Merrimac street to Canal street, was paved 
with second-hand granite blocks with grout joints on the 
existing concrete base. Market street, from Portland street 
to Friend street, was paved with second-hand granite blocks 
with grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. 
The brick sidewalks were replaced with artificial stone. The 
car tracks on Portland street were removed between Hanover 



Public Works Department. 145 

street and Merrimac street, and from Merrimac street to 
Causeway street single tracks were laid and the area between 
the rails paved with second-hand granite blocks with grout 
joints on a 6-inch concrete base by the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company. The granite block paving and artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The former surface of this street was granite block, pitch 
joints on a concrete base. 

Public Alley 909, from Massachusetts avenue to Hemen- 
way street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Richmond street, from Hanover street to Atlantic avenue, 
is about 1,213 feet in length. A contract for paving this street 
with second-hand granite blocks, with grout joints on a 6-inch 
Portland cement concrete base, was awarded to B. E. Grant 
Company October 11, 1920. This street is from 40 to 50 
feet in width with a roadway from 26 to 34 feet in width and 
sidewalks from 7 to 8 feet in width. Work was commenced 
June 11, 1921, and completed July 12, 1921. The contractor 
set the edgestone to line and grade, barred out, culled and 
piled the granite blocks and excavated the roadway. The 
roadway was paved with second-hand granite blocks with 
grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The 
brick sidewalks were replaced with artificial stone. The 
straight edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. Second-hand granite blocks 
for renewals were furnished by the city at the Massachusetts 
avenue lot and other yards and hauled by the contractor. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
granite block paving and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former surface 
of the street was granite blocks, gravel base and joints. 

Stanhope street, from Morgan street to Trinity place. 
(See " Assessment Streets.") 

Washington street, from 69 feet south of Corinth street 
to Denton terrace, is about 2,160 feet in length. A contract 
tor constructing this street was awarded Gore, Inc., August 
30, 1921. Work was begun October 10, 1921, and suspended 
December 15, 1921. It is a 60-foot street with granite edge- 
stones, 5-inch granite blocks laid on 6-inch concrete base, 
with asphalt mastic joints each side of street car tracks and 
is to have 8-foot artificial stone sidewalks. The granite block 
pavement and artificial stone sidewalks are laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. With the exception of the arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk, a small part only of which was laid this 
year, the street is practically completed. The edgestone and 
granite blocks were furnished by the city on the line of work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
street car tracks and space between, from 69 feet south of 
Corinth street to about 40 feet south of Cornell street, was 
paved with recut granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete base 



146 City Document No. 22. 

with grout joints by the Boston Elevated Railway Company 
and paid for by the city under agreement. The Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Company furnished all materials. 

Washington street, from Archdale road to 75 feet south 
of Corinth street, is about 3,387 feet in length. A contract 
f or constructing the surface of this street was awarded to 
William J. Barry June 25, 1920. Work was started July 
1, 1920, suspended December 24, 1920, resumed April 12, 
1921, and completed April 22, 1921. The work done this 
year consisted of laying artificial stone sidewalks under a 
five-year maintenance guaranty. The street car tracks and 
space between was paved with recut granite blocks on 6-inch 
concrete base with grout joints by the Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company and paid for by the city under agreement. 
The Boston Elevated Railway Company furnished the ma- 
terials. 

Asphalt Pavement. 

Allen wood, street, from Anawan avenue to Pelton street. 

(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Centre street, from Allandale street to South street. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Chilton road, from Weld street to 411 feet northwesterly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Cushman road, from Dustin street to Glencoe street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

South street, from Centre street about 270 feet easterly. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Asphalt Concrete. 

Arborway, from Forest Hills street to Morton street. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Arbutus street, from Blue Hill avenue to Irma street. 
(See " Assessment Streets.") 

Archdale road, from Washington street to South street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Arlington street, Brighton, from Market street across 
Leicester street is about 475 feet in length. A contract to pave 
the surface of this street with Simasco pavement was awarded 
to Simpson Brothers Corporation November 2, 1920. Work 
started October 29, 1920, suspended December 8, 1920, re- 
sumed May 10, 1921, and completed June 8, 1921. The con- 
tractor set the new edgestone and reset the existing edgestone, 
furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks on a cinder 
foundation and laid the Simasco pavement on the old macadam 
surface for a foundation. The artificial stone sidewalks and 
Simasco pavement were laid under a 5-year maintenance 
guaranty. The city furnished the new edgestone, and all other 
materials necessary to do the work were furnished by the con- 
tractor, who also hauled the old gutter block to the Chestnut 
Hill avenue paving yard. 



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Babcock street, from Commonwealth avenue to the Boston 
& Albany Railroad. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Beacon street and Chestnut Hill avenue, including Cleve- 
land circle, is about 1,517 feet in length. A contract for paving 
this street and constructing the circle was awarded to John J. 
Ljane June 13, 1921. Work started June 24, 1921, and was 
completed October 15, 1921. Beacon street at this location is 
160 feet wide, with 15-foot sidewalks, consisting of 10 feet of 
artificial stone sidewalks and the 5 feet of edgestone and plant- 
ing space. There are two roadways, one 50 and one 30 feet in 
width, a bridle path 20 feet wide and a track location and loam 
space 30 feet wide. Cleveland circle is 175 feet in radius, con- 
sisting of a sidewalk 20 feet wide, made up of a 10-foot artificial 
stone sidewalk and 10 feet of loam space, a roadway 65 feet wide 
and an inner circle, 90-foot radius, surrounded by a curb and is 
reserved as a planting or loam space. Chestnut Hill avenue, 
from Cleveland circle to the Brookline line, is 60 feet in width 
with 10-foot sidewalks. The contractor did the subgrading, 
set the new edgestone and reset the old edgestone, furnished and 
laid artificial stone sidewalks and resurfaced the two roadways 
on Beacon street with asphalt concrete on macadam foundation. 
The roadway around the circle and Chestnut Hill avenue to the 
line and Beacon street to the reservoir reservation were paved 
with asphalt concrete on a 6-inch concrete base. The roadways 
and sidewalks were laid under a 5-year maintenance guaranty. 
The city furnished the new edgestone on the line of work and 
the contractor furnished all other materials necessary to do the 
work, including loam and seed for loam spaces and gravel for 
the bridle path. 

Beech street, from West Roxbury Parkway to Belgrade 
avenue. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Belgrade avenue, from Ana wan avenue to Centre street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Centre street, from Forbes street to Boylston street, is 
about 1,386 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface of 
this street with Topeka pavement was awarded to the Central 
Construction Company November 23, 1920. Work was begun 
November 18, 1920, suspended December 22, 1920, resumed 
April 28, 1921, and completed June 8, 1921. The contractor 
set the new edgestone and reset the old edgestone, removed the 
old gutter blocks, subgraded the roadway and laid the Topeka 
pavement on the old macadam for a base. Artificial stone side- 
walks were furnished and laid on the west side of the street and 
the old brick sidewalks were relaid on the easterly side. The 
artificial stone sidewalks and the Topeka pavement were laid 
under a 5-year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the 
new edgestone and the sidewalk brick. All other materials 
necessary for the completion of the work were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Centre street, from South street to Spring street. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 



148 City Document No. 22. 

Centre street, from Columbus avenue across Hyde square, 
is about 3,270 feet in length and from Boylston street across 
Green street is about 2,520 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing this street was awarded to B. E. Grant Company 
August 10, 1921. Work was begun August 4, 1921, and sus- 
pended December 10, 1921. From Columbus avenue across 
Parker street, the edgestone was reset and the old granite blocks 
were recut and relaid on 6-inch concrete base with grout joints, 
each side of street car tracks. From Parker street, across Hyde 
square on the northerly side and across Forbes street on the 
southerly side, edgestone was reset and asphaltic concrete 
laid on macadam foundation each side of street car tracks. 
Recut granite block 9 inches wide were laid on outside of street 
car rails on 6-inch concrete base with grout joints. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were completed on north side from about 80 
feet east of Gay Head street to Creighton street. The inter- 
section of Moraine street and South Huntington avenue and of 
Boylston street were laid with asphaltic concrete on macadam 
foundation and brows of recut granite blocks on 6-inch concrete 
base with grout joints laid to car tracks. From Moraine street 
to Lochstead avenue on the west side and from Boylston street 
to Robinwood avenue on the east side, edgestone was set, 
asphaltic concrete on 6-inch concrete base and recut granite 
block brows on 6-inch concrete base with grout joints, were 
laid at car rails, on each side of street car tracks from Boylston 
street and Moraine street to about 120 feet south of Lochstead 
avenue on the west side, and to about 190 feet south of Spring 
Park avenue on the east side. The asphaltic concrete, granite 
block paving and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
5-year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the line of work. A part of the recut blocks were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials furnished by the contractor. The street car tracks 
and space between, was paved with recut granite blocks on 
6-inch concrete base with grout joints by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. The space between the tracks was paid 
for by the city under agreement. The Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company furnished the material. 

Chelsea street, from Maverick street to Day square, is 
about 3,972 feet in length with a roadway 50 feet in width and 
sidewalks 10 feet in width. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to Coleman Brothers, Inc., May 13, 1921. 
Work was commenced May 9, 1921 and finished July 21, 1921. 
The contractor did the excavating and reset the edgestone. 
The roadway, from Maverick street across Gove street, was 
paved with asphalt concrete on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base and between Gove street and Day square with as- 
phalt concrete on macadam foundation. The sidewalks were 
constructed of artificial stone. The straight edgestone, circle 
and corners were furnished by the city and delivered on the 



Public Works Department. 149 

line of work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The former surface of this street 
was granite block, gravel joints and tar and asphalt macadam 
with brick sidewalks. 

Chestnut Hill avenue, from Beacon street to Common- 
wealth avenue. (See " Assessment Streets.") 

Cummington street, from Commonwealth avenue to 
Boston & Albany Railroad. (See " Assessment Streets.") 

Columbus avenue, from Centre street to Walnut avenue, is 
about 4,020 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface of 
this street with asphalt concrete was awarded to Simpson 
Brothers Corporation, May 11, 1921. Work was started May 6, 
1921, and finished August 9, 1921. The existing edgestone was 
reset, artificial stone sidewalks were furnished and laid and the 
roadway was subgraded and paved with asphalt concrete on the 
old macadam for a base. The sidewalks and roadway were 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city fur- 
nished the new circles, edgestone and corners and all other 
materials were furnished by the contractor, who hauled the old 
cross walks, gutter blocks and sidewalk brick to the Highland 
Street Paving Yard. 

Green street, from Centre street to Call street, is about 
1,992 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface of this 
street with Topeka pavement was awarded to the Central Con- 
struction Company November 23, 1920. Work was begun 
March 31, 1921, and completed June 8, 1921. The work done 
was to reset the edgestone, furnish and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks, re move the old block gutters, subgrade the roadway 
and lay the Topeka pavement on the old macadam for a founda- 
tion. The artificial stone sidewalks and pavement were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished 
the circular edgestone and all other materials necessary to do 
the work were furnished by the contractor. 

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

Hastings street, from Centre street to Corey street. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Huntington avenue (north side), from the east side of 
Gainsborough street to the west side of Hemenway street, is 
about 1 882 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface of 
this street with asphalt concrete was awarded to the Andrews 
Construction Company May 12, 1921. Work started May 12, 
1921, and was completed July 8, 1921. New edgestone was set 
and much of the existing edgestone reset. Artificial stone side- 
walks were furnished and laid and the roadway was subgraded 
or brought up to the proper subgrade with crushed stone and the 
asphalt concrete laid on the macadam foundation. The side- 
walks and pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The city furnished the new edgestone on the line of 



150 City Document No. 22. 

work and all other materials required were furnished by the 
contractor, who hauled the old gutter blocks, crosswalks and 
sidewalk brick to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 

Hyde Park avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to River 
street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Imrie road, from Cambridge street to Allston Playground. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Market street, from Washington street across Western 
avenue, is about 5,015 feet in length. A contract to pave the 
surface of this street with a Simasco pavement was awarded to 
Simpson Brothers Corporation November 2, 1920. Work on 
the street was started November 15, 1920, suspended December 
8, 1920, resumed March 17, 1921, and completed June 24, 1921. 
The contractor set the new edgestone and reset the old edge- 
stone, hauled the gutter blocks to the Chestnut Hill Avenue 
Paving Yard, furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks, 
subgraded the old roadway and laid the Simasco pavement on 
the old macadam for a foundation. The artificial stone side- 
walks and pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The brows and dummy of car tracks and some of the 
paving in the tracks were relaid with grout joints. The city 
furnished the new edgestone and all other materials necessary 
to do the work were furnished by the contractor. In connection 
with this work Western avenue was paved down to the Water- 
town Bridge. 

Melton road, from Wallingford road to Colonial road. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Morton street, from Forest Hills avenue to 1,200 feet east- 
erly. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

North Beacon street, from Market street to beyond Parsons 
street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Oriole street, from Bellevue road to Emmons road. (See 
"Assessment Streets.") 

Pontiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

River street, from bridge over Providence Division Railroad 
across Everett square, is about 1,269 feet in length. The con- 
tract for constructing a Topeka pavement was awarded to the 
Central Construction Company November 2, 1920. Work was 
begun April 25, 1921, and completed September 20, 1921. 
Edgestone was reset, recut granite blocks laid on 6-inch concrete 
base with grout joints in single track and brows to tracks, 
2-inch Topeka pavement laid on macadam foundation and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. The Topeka pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. Recut blocks were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. Circular edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. Other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road, is 
about 651 feet in length. A contract to pave the surface 



Public Works Department. 151 

of this street with asphalt concrete was awarded to Simpson 
Brothers Corporation May 11, 1921. Work started June 9, 
1921, and was completed August 13, 1921. New edgestone was 
set and the old edgestone was reset where necessary. Artificial 
stone sidewalks were furnished and laid and the roadway was 
subgraded and paved with asphalt concrete on the old macadam 
for a base. The sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the straight 
and circular edgestone and corners on the line of work and all 
other materials were furnished by the contractor, who hauled 
the surplus and unused materials to the Highland Street Yard. 
Considerable asphalt concrete was laid on the approaches at 
Columbia road and Blue Hill avenue. 

Stuart street, from Dartmouth street to Trinity place. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Thorndike street, from Commonwealth avenue to the 
Brookline line. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

West Newton street, from Tremont street to Shawmut 
avenue, is about 757 feet in length. A contract to pave the 
surface of this street with asphalt concrete, was awarded to the 
Andrews Construction Company May 12, 1921. Work was 
begun May 31, 1921, and completed June 18, 1921. The old 
edgestone was reset, artificial stone sidewalks were furnished 
and laid and the roadway was subgraded and paved with 
asphalt concrete on the old macadam for a base. The side- 
walks and pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The city furnished the circles and edgestone on 
the line of work and all other materials were furnished by the 
contractor, who hauled the old crosswalks, gutter blocks and 
sidewalk brick to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 

Bitulithic Pavement. 

Brenton street, from Glenway street to Greenwood street. 
(See "Assessment Streets.") 

Dorchester street, from East and West Broadway to East 
and West Eighth street, is about 1,720 feet in length. A con- 
tract for reconstructing the surface of this street /as awarded 
to Samuel J. Tomasello May 9, 1921. Work was begun May 6, 
1921, and completed September 1, 1921. This street is 80 feet 
in width. The roadway is 54 feet in width with a double track 
for surface cars in the centre and is paved in part with bitu- 
lithic on a 6-inch cement concrete base and in part with granite 
block, asphaltic mastic joints, using the best of the blocks found 
on the street and reshaping the existing concrete base with 
new material to the proper grade and crown. Granite blocks 
with grout joints on a 6-inch cement concrete base were used 
to pave the brows of the car track. The Boston Elevated 
Railway Company regulated and repaved the car track and 
dummy with granite blocks, grout joints, on a cement concrete 
base. The city furnished the new edgestone and circles on the 



152 City Document No. 22. 

line of the work. The contractor furnished all the other 
materials, did the excavating, set the edgestone, cleaned and 
relaid the granite blocks and hauled the surplus materials to 
places designated by the commissioner. The granite block 
pavement and bitulithic pavement in the roadway and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. 

Whitten street, from Dorchester avenue across Althea 
street. (See "Assessment Streets.") 

Wood Block Pavement. 

Charles street, from Beacon street to Cambridge street. 

(See "Assessment Streets.") 
Congress street, Post Office square and Milk street, 

from State street across Federal street, is about 1,035 feet in 
length with a roadway 37 to 190 feet in width. A contract for 
paving this street with wood block pavement was awarded 
to Coleman Brothers, Inc., September 16, 1921. Work was 
commenced September 14, 1921, and completed November 22, 
1921. The contractor barred out and hauled the old paving 
blocks to the Massachusetts avenue lot and excavated the 
roadway. The roadway was paved with wood blocks on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The area between the 
car tracks was paved with special cut granite blocks with 
asphalt joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. 
At the Angell Memorial Drinking Fountain, the granite blocks 
were relaid with grout joints on the existing concrete base. 
The car tracks were set to line and grade by the Boston Ele- 
vated Railway Company and the area between the rails was 
paved with granite blocks with asphalt joints on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base. The wood block and granite 
block paving was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The former surface of the street was granite block with pitch 
joints and grout joints on a concrete base. 

Washington street, from Beach street across Kneeland 
street, is about 290 feet in length. A contract to pave the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 12, 

1920. Work was begun October 11, 1920, suspended Decem- 
ber 8, 1920, resumed April 19, 1921, and completed April 29, 

1921. The contractor reset the edgestone, repaired the old 
concrete base and furnished and laid a wood block pavement 
on a mortar bed with sand joints. Granite block paving was 
relaid in the intersection at Kneeland street. A part of these 
blocks are recut, with gravel joints. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were furnished and laid. The sidewalks and pavement was 
laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The contractor 
furnished all the materials necessary to do the work except a 
small amount of edgestone furnished by the city. 



Public Works Department. 153 



Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Beacon street (south side), at the Hotel Buckminster, is 
about 189 feet in length. A contract to rebuild the artificial 
stone sidewalk in front of this hotel was awarded to Louis 
DeSisto September 19, 1921. Work was begun September 22, 
1921, and completed September 29, 1921. The contractor 
broke out the old walk which was in bad condition, due to 
settlement and rebuilt the artificial stone walk under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The contractor furnished all 
materials necessary to do the work. 

Blue Hill avenue (west side), from 217 feet south of Goodale 
road to Wellington Hill street, is about 833 feet in length. A 
contract for constructing an artificial stone sidewalk on this 
street was awarded to Metzer and Tratten July 1, 1921. Work 
was begun July 26, 1921, and completed August 19. 1921. 
The sidewalk is 15 feet in width with a 10-foot artificial stone 
walk and a loam space. The contractor furnished all the 
materials for this work, graded the loam space and relaid the 
underdrain at the back of the sidewalk. The artificial stone 
was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Cowper street, from Moore street about 300 feet easterly. 
A contract for constructing artificial stone sidewalks on this 
street was awarded to the Holbrook Construction Company 
June 24, 1921. Work was begun June 27, 1921, and com- 
pleted July 20, 1921. It is a 50-foot street with a 34-foot 
macadam roadway, 8-foot artificial stone sidewalk and granite 
edgestone. The granite edgestone, circles and corners were 
furnished, by the city on the line of the work. All other ma- 
terials were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Euclid street, from Washington street to Withington 
street, is about 431 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
artificial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to Metzer 
and Tratten July 1, 1921. Work was begun July 6, 1921, 
and completed July 25, 1921. It is a 40-foot street with a 
macadam roadway, 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks, granite 
edgestone and 3-foot granite block gutters. The granite edge- 
stone, circles and corners were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. The gutter 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. 

Fairbanks street, from Washington street to Faneuil 
street, is about 1,174 feet in length. A contract to construct 
the sidewalks on this street was awarded to the John McCourt 
Company, June 24, 1921. Work was started June 20, 1921, 
and completed July 15, 1921. This street is 40 feet in width 
with 7-foot sidewalks. The contractor set the edgestone and 



154 City Document No. 22. 

furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished the new 
edgestone and all other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor . 

Hemenway street (easterly side), from Batavia street to 
Gainsborough street, is about 191 feet in length. A contract 
to rebuild the artificial stone on this street was awarded to 
Louis DeSisto September 19, 1921. Work was started October 
3, 1921, and completed October 10, 1921. The contractor 
reset the edgestone and repaved the granite block gutter, 
broke out the old walk, furnished considerable cinder founda- 
tion and furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalk under 
a five-year maintenance guaranty. All the materials neces- 
sary to do the work were furnished by the contractor. 

Hemenway street (westerly side), from Museum square 
about 230 feet northerly. A contract to construct an artificial 
stone sidewalk on this street was awarded to Louis DeSisto 
September 19, 1921. Work was started October 7, 1921, and 
completed October 13, 1921. The contractor removed the old 
brick sidewalk and hauled the brick to the Massachusetts 
avenue lot. The edgestone was reset, granite block gutters 
relaid, a cinder foundation furnished and the artificial stone 
sidewalk furnished and laid. The contractor furnished all the 
materials necessary to do the work. 

La Grange street (north side), from Centre street to Land- 
seer street, is about 1,005 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to Joseph 
Todesca November 26, 1920. Work was begun November 15, 
1920, suspended December 9, 1920, resumed April 12, 1921, 
and completed April 27, 1921. Granite edgestone was set, 
2-foot granite block gutters laid the entire length, artificial 
stone sidewalks 10 feet wide laid from Centre street to Sturgis 
road, and 6 feet wide with loam space 4 feet wide and tree 
pits from Sturgis road to Landseer street. The artificial stone 
sidewalk was laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty 
The edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of work 
and granite blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Moore street, from Bennington street to Cowper street, is 
about 728 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to Holbrook Con- 
struction Company June 24, 1921. Work was begun June 
20, 1921, and completed July 28, 1921. It is a 50-foot street 
with a 34-foot macadam roadway, 8-foot artificial stone side- 
walks and granite edgestone. At the southerly end of the 
street, a fence about 60 feet in length was built and the slope 
toward the harbor paved with large stone to protect it from 
tidal wash. The granite edgestone, circles and corners were 
furnished on the line of work by the city. The stone for slope 



Public Works Department. 155 

paving was found on the street. All other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor and the surplus paving blocks were 
hauled to the city yard by the contractor. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Orchard street, from Centre street to Pond street, is about 
1,570 feet in length. A contract for constructing artificial 
stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to the Andrews 
Construction Company June 22, 1921. Work was begun 
June 22, 1921, and completed August 9, 1921. The edgestone 
was reset, granite block gutters relaid, gravel base and joints 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. The sidewalk on 
the south side of Pond street, from Dunster road to about 150 
feet west of Orchard street, was also constructed. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk was laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. Small corners were furnished by the city on the 
line of work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. 

Peterborough street (south side), in front of No. 40 and 
No. 42, is about 91 feet in length. A contract to reconstruct 
the sidewalks in front of these properties was awarded to 
Louis DeSisto September 19, 1921. Work was started Sep- 
tember 29, 1921, and completed October 1, 1921. The con- 
tractor broke out the old artificial stone sidewalk and furnished 
the new cinder foundation necessary and furnished and laid 
the new walk under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
contractor furnished all materials necessary to do the work. 

South street, from Archdale road to Washington street, is 
about 2,040 feet in length. A contract for constructing arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks was awarded Charles Struzziery Septem- 
ber 22, 1921. Work was begun September 22, 1921, and com- 
pleted November 26, 1921. Edgestone was set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed where none existed. The side- 
walks vary from 6 to 7 feet in width. The artificial stone 
sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. Circular edgestone and corners were, 
furnished by the city on the line of work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. 

Wachusett street, from Walk Hill street to Weld Hill 
street, is about 1,404 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing the artificial stone sidewalks on this street was awarded to 
Metzer and Tratten July 1, 1921. Work was begun August 15, 
1921, and completed October 29, 1921. It is a 35-foot street 
with a macadam roadway, 6-foot artificial stone sidewalks, 
granite edgestone and 3-foot granite block gutters. The 
granite edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by the 
city on the line of work. The gutter blocks were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 



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Assessment Streets. 

Albany street, from Broadway to about 75 feet north of 
Troy street, is about 821 feet in length. A contract for paving 
this street with granite blocks with grout joints on a concrete 
base was awarded to James Doherty, September 29, 1920. 
Work was commenced September 15, 1920, suspended Decem- 
ber 17, 1920, resumed March 21, 1921, and completed May 9, 
1921. This street is 80 feet in width with a roadway 54 feet 
in width and sidewalk 13 feet in width. The contractor 
furnished the filling and did the excavating. The edgestone 
was reset to fine and grade and the roadway was paved with 
granite blocks with grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base. Owing to the fact that the roadway was 
widened about 20 feet, the contractor furnished about 2,000 
square yards of new granite blocks which were laid between 
Broadway and Seneca street, and Oneida street and Genesee 
street. The straight edgestone, circles, corners and sidewalk 
brick were furnished by the city on the line of the work. Second- 
hand sidewalk brick were furnished by the city at the Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot and hauled by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. In connection 
with this contract, Lehigh street was paved with second-hand 
granite blocks with grout joints on a gravel base. Broadway, 
from Albany street to Lehigh Street Bridge, was paved with 
second-hand granite block with grout joints on existing con- 
crete base. Seneca street, from Albany street about 135 feet 
westerly, the brick blocks were taken up and relaid, and Troy 
street, from Albany street about 176 feet westerly, was paved 
with second hand granite blocks with grout joints on a gravel 
base. The granite block paving was laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The former surface of the street was 
granite block with pitch joints on a concrete base. 

Allen wood street, from Anawan avenue to Pelton street, 
is about 507 feet in length with a roadway 26 feet in width and 
sidewalks 7 feet in width. A contract for constructing this 
street with asphalt concrete was awarded to John T. Shea, Jr., 
November 8, 1921. The contractor did the excavating and 
set the edgestone. Owing to the nature of this soil, the con- 
tractor was directed to excavate below subgrade and replace 
the excavated materials with crushed stone. On the crushed 
stone foundation a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base was 
laid. On account of weather conditions the asphalt concrete 
was not laid. Work was commenced October 28, 1921, and 
suspended December 24, 1921. The straight edgestone, circles 
and corners were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. Work 
will be resumed in the spring of 1922. The former surface of 
this street was gravel. 

Arborway, from Forest Hills street to Morton street, is 



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about 626 feet in length. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to the Rowe Contracting Company Novem- 
ber 25, 1921. Work was begun in Arborway November 15, 
19*21, and suspended December 30, 1921. The work this year 
has consisted of removing trees and stone walks. 

Arbutus street, from Blue Hill avenue to Irma street, is 
about 727 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Martin o DeMatteo 
October 11, 1920. Work was begun November 24, 1920, 
suspended December 20, 1920, resumed March 14, 1921, and 
completed May 19, 1921, It is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot 
Topeka roadway on a 4-inch cement concrete base, 7-foot 
artificial stone sidewalks and granite edgestone. The granite 
edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor, who hauled the surplus paving materials to the 
city yard. The Topeka roadway and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Archdale road, from Washington street to South street, is 
about 446 feet in length. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo July 16, 1920. 
Work was begun April 11, 1921, and completed May 27, 1921. 
It is a 40-foot street with granite edgestone, artificial stone 
sidewalks 7 feet in width and 2-inch Topeka pavement laid on a 
4-inch concrete base. Tree spaces were left in the sidewalk. 
The intersection of South street was laid with Topeka pave- 
ment on a macadam foundation. The Topeka pavement and 
artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year mainte- 
nance guaranty. The edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work, All the other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Babcock street, from Commonwealth avenue to the Boston 
& Albany Railroad, is about 953 feet in length. A contract to 
construct this street was awarded to the Rowe Contracting 
Company May 27, 1920. Work was begun September 15, 1920, 
suspended December 23, 1920, resumed March 7, 1921, and 
completed May 6, 1921. This is a 60-foot street with 10-foot 
artificial stone sidewalks and a 40-foot roadway. The street 
was subgraded, new edgestone was set, and the roadway was 
paved with a Topeka pavement on a 4-inch Portland cement 
concrete base. The artificial stone sidewalks and Topeka 
pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The contractor built a wooden fence across the end of the 
street on the line of the railroad property. The city furnished 
the granite paving blocks for paving the brows to the car track 
and the new edgestone. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Beech street, from West Roxbury Parkway to Belgrade 
avenue, is about 158 feet in length. A contract for constructing 
this street was awarded Rowe Contracting Company July 6, 



158 City Document No. 22. 

1920. Work was begun August 30, 1920, suspended December 
24, 1920, resumed April 4, 1921, and completed May 4, 1921. 
It is a 60-foot street with granite edgestone, 2-inch Topeka 
pavement laid on a 6-inch concrete base, and artificial stone 
sidewalks 10 feet in width. Edgestone was also set and crushed 
stone sidewalks surfaced to Anawan avenue and Topeka pave- 
ment laid on macadam foundation to Belgrade street. The 
artificial stone sidewalks and Topeka pavement were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Belgrade avenue, from Anawan avenue to Centre street, is 
about 1,303 feet in length. The contract for constructing this 
street was awarded Rowe Contracting Company July 6, 1920. 
Work was begun July 6, 1920, suspended December 24, 1920, 
resumed April 11, 1921, and completed April 27, 1921. It is 
a 70-foot street from Anawan avenue across Beech street and a 
60-foot street from Beech street to Centre street. It has 
granite edgestone, 2-inch Topeka pavement, laid on a 6-inch 
concrete base on each side of the car tracks, 9-inch granite 
block brovvs to street car rails laid on a 6-inch concrete base 
with grout joints and artificial stone sidewalks 10 feet in width. 
From 100 feet east of Belgrade street across Anawan avenue 
edgestone was reset, gutters relaid with gravel joints, brows to 
car rails laid on gravel base with grout joints and Topeka 
pavement laid on macadam foundation each side of car tracks. 
The Topeka pavement and artificial stone sidewalk was laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The street car 
tracks and space between were paved with recut granite block 
on a 6-inch concrete base with grout joints by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company and paid for by the city under 
agreement. With the exception of a part of the recut blocks, 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company furnished the materials. 

Brenton street, from Glenway street to Greenwood street, 
is about 317 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of the street was awarded to Warren Brothers Company 
June 8, 1921. Work was begun June 13, 1921. and completed 
July 13, 1921. It is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot bitulithic 
roadway on a 4-inch cement concrete base, 7-foot artificial 
stone sidewalks and granite edgestone. The granite edgestone, 
circles and corners were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The bitulithic roadway and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

Centre street, from Allandale street to South street, is 
about 6,502 feet in length. A contract to resurface this street 
was awarded to the Bermudez Company September 17, 1920. 
Most of the work of construction was completed last year, a 
small area being laid this year, completing the work. 

Centre street, from South street to Spring street, is about 



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6,331 feet in length. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded the Rowe Contracting Company, July 6, 1920. 
Work was begun July 6, 1920, suspended December 24, 1920, 
resumed March 14, 1921, and completed August 31, 1921. It 
is an 80-foot street with granite edgestone, 2-inch Topeka 
pavement laid on a 6-inch concrete base each side of car track, 
9-inch granite block brows to street car rails, laid on 6-inch 
concrete base with grout joints, and artificial stone sidewalks 
10 feet in width. The Topeka and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The edge- 
stone was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
the other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
street car tracks and space between were paved with recut 
granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete base with grout joints by 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company and paid for by the 
city under agreement. The Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany furnished the materials. 

Charles street, from Beacon street to Cambridge street, is 
about 1,839 feet in length. A contract for constructing this 
street w r as awarded to B. E. Grant Company, August 2, 1921. 
The roadw r ay is 46 feet in w T idth with sidewalks 9 to 11 feet in 
width. Work was commenced July 26, 1921, and completed 
November 22, 1921. The contractor barred out and hauled 
the old paving block to the Massachusetts avenue lot, excavated 
the roadway and moved the old foundation walls on the line 
of widening. The edgestone was set to new line and grade and 
the roadway w T as paved with wood block on a cement mortar 
bed on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base. The area 
between the car tracks was paved with special cut granite 
block with asphalt joints on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base. The sidewalks were constructed of artificial stone. 
The straight edgestone, circles and corners and special cut 
granite blocks were furnished by the city and delivered on the 
line of work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The car tracks were set to line and grade by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company and the area between the rails 
was paved with granite block with asphalt joints on a 6-inch 
concrete base. The wood block, granite block and artificial 
stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year maintenance guar- 
anty. The former surface of this street was granite block on a 
concrete base with brick sidewalk . 

Chestnut Hill avenue, from Beacon street to Common- 
wealth avenue, is about 795 feet in length. A contract to 
construct this street was awarded to John J. Lane, June 13, 
1921. Work was started June 7, 1921, and completed October 
14, 1921. Under this contract the street was widened to 80 
feet in width with 10-foot sidewalks. The street was sub- 
graded, involving considerable rock cutting on the widening 
as much as 17 feet in places. The wall on the west side street 
line was taken down and a new wall was built on the new line. 
New edgestone was set and the old edgestone was reset. Arti- 
ficial stone sidew r alks were furnished and laid, the car tracks 



100 City Document No. 22. 

were relaid in the centre of new roadway and the tracks, brows 
and dummy were paved with recut granite block on a concrete 
base with grout joints. The roadway on the east side of the 
tracks was paved with asphalt concrete on the old macadam 
for a foundation and on the west side of the tracks where the 
widening was asphalt concrete was laid on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base. The sidewalks and roadway were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The city furnished 
the new edgestone required on the line of the work, also the 
flagging for coping on the wall, and all other materials necessary 
to do the work were furnished by the contractor, who also 
sloped the high ground back of the wall and covered the slope 
with loam. 

Chilton road, from Weld Hill street to 411 feet northwest- 
erly, is about 405 feet in length with a roadway 26 feet in 
width and sidewalks 7 feet in width. A contract for con- 
structing this street with asphalt concrete was awarded to 
John T. Shea, Jr., November 8, 1921. The contractor did 
the excavating, set the edgestone. The roadway was paved 
with asphalt concrete on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete 
base. Work was commenced October 26, 1921, and suspended 
November 26, 1921. The straight edgestone, circles and 
corners were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
asphalt concrete was laid under a five-year maintenance guar- 
anty. Work will be resumed in the spring of 1922. The 
former surface of this street was gravel. 

Clarendon street, from Stuart street to Boston & Albany 
Railroad Bridge, is about 438 feet in length, with a road- 
way 54 feet and sidewalks 13 feet in width. A contract for 
constructing this street was awarded to Gore, Inc., May 24, 
1921. The contractor did the excavating, furnished the filling 
and set the edgestone. The roadway was paved with special 
cut granite block with grout joints on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base. The sidewalks were constructed of artificial 
stone. A dry rubble wall about 13 feet in length was built 
at the railroad bridge and a wooden fence on east side from 
Stanhope street to the railroad bridge. Work was commenced 
May 19, 1921, and completed August 18, 1921. The straight 
edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. All other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The former surface of this street was not 
graded. The sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 

Cummington street, from Commonwealth avenue to 
Boston & Albany Railroad, is about 268 feet in length. A 
contract to construct this street was awarded to the Rowe 
Contracting Company, May 27, 1920. Work was begun 
August 19, 1920, suspended September 15, 1920, resumde 
March 11, 1921, and completed May 6, 1921. This street 
as constructed varies in width from 40 to 45 feet with 7-foot 



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artificial stone sidewalks and a roadway 31 feet wide. The 
street was subgraded, new edgestone was set, the roadway 
was paved with topeka pavement on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks were furnished 
and laid. The Topeka pavement and artificial stone side- 
walks were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
contractor built a wooden fence across the end of the street 
on the line of the railroad location. The city furnished the 
new edgestone on the line or work and the granite paving 
blocks at the Massachusetts avenue lot. All other materials 
necessary were furnished by the contractor. 

Cushman road, from Dustin street to Glencoe street, is 
about 045 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 
was awarded to John J. Lane, September 7, 1920. Work was 
begun October 28, 1920, suspended December 6, 1920, resumed 
March 21, 1921, and completed May 2, 1921. The street as 
constructed is 40 feet wide with 7-foot sidewalks and a 26-foot 
roadway. The contractor did the subgrading, set the edge- 
stone, furnished and laid the artificial stone sidewalks on a 
cinder foundation and paved the roadway with sheet asphalt 
on a 4-inch concrete base. The artificial stone sidewalk and 
roadway paving was laid under a five-year maintenance guar- 
anty. The city furnished the new edgestone on the line or 
work and all other materials necessary to do the work were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Fargo street, from B street to C street, is about 533 feet 
in length. A contract to repave the surface of this street was 
awarded to the B. E. Grant Company, November 15, 1920. 
Work was begun December 2, 1920, suspended December 15, 
1920, resumed March 14, 1921, and completed May 7, 1921. 
The work done was to bar out the old granite block, recut them 
and relay them on a 6-inch concrete base with grout joints, 
reset the edgestone and lay brick sidewalks. The recut block 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
paving in the intersection of C street and for a considerable 
distance on each side on C street was relaid by the contractor. 
The city furnished the new circles and the sidewalk brick. 
All other materials necessary to complete the work were fur- 
nished by the contractor. 

Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond 
View avenue, is about 970 feet in length. A contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street was awarded to Martino 
DeMatteo, April 29, 1921. Work was begun May 16, 1921, 
and completed July 6, 1921. It is a 40-foot street with a 
26-foot asphaltic concrete roadway on a 4-inch cement con- 
crete base, 7-foot artificial stone sidewalks and granite edge- 
stone. The granite edgestone, circles and corners were fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The asphaltic roadway 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. 



102 City Document No. 22. 

Hastings street, from Centre street to Corey street, is 
about 394 feet in length. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo December 6, 1921. 
Work was not started. 

Hyde Park avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to River 
street, is about 5,454 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing this street was awarded Martino DeMatteo November 
6, 1919. Work was begun November 10, 1919, suspended 
January 8, 1920, resumed March 29, 1920, suspended Decem- 
ber 20, 1920, resumed March 14, 1921, and completed May 
12, 1921. It is a 70-foot street with granite edgestone, 10-foot 
artificial stone sidewalks, 2-inch Topeka pavement on a 6-inch 
concrete base each side of car tracks, with granite block brows 
on 6-inch concrete base with grout joints at rails. The work 
this year consisted of laying the Topeka pavement on west side 
from West street across Metropolitan avenue and on the east 
side from River street to beyond Thatcher street, and laying 
the 6-inch concrete base and Topeka pavement on east side 
from Thatcher street across Metropolitan avenue, thus com- 
pleting the roadway begun last year. The Topeka pavement 
and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five-year main- 
tenance guaranty. The corners and recut block were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The straight edge- 
stone and circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. All other materials were furnished by the 
contractor. The street car tracks were relocated and a double 
car track constructed by the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company, the city making the necessary excavation 
under agreement with Gore, Inc. 

A contract for paving the street car location was awarded 
to John McCourt Company October 8, 1920. Work was begun 
October 11, 1920, and completed November 19, 1920. This 
pavement is recut granite block on a 6-inch concrete base with 
grout joints. The old granite blocks were furnished by the 
city and recut by the contractor, who furnished all other 
materials. 

Imrie road, from Cambridge street to Allston Playground, 
is about 620 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 
was awarded to Charles M. Callahan, June 3, 1921. Work 
started June 14, 1921, and was completed August 2, 1921. 
This street as constructed varies in width from 26.18 to 28 feet 
with 5-foot sidewalks. The street was subgraded and new 
edgestone was set, artificial stone sidewalks furnished and 
laid and the roadway was paved with asphalt concrete on a 
4-inch Portland cement concrete base. The sidewalks and 
pavement were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 
The city furnished the new edgestone on the line of work and 
the contractor furnished all other materials necessary to do the 
work. 

Melton road, from Wallingford road to Colonial road, is 
about 455 feet in length. A contract to construct this street 



Public Works Department. 163 

was awarded to Charles M. Callahan, June 3, 1921. Work 
started July 6, 1921, and was completed September 15, 1921. 
This street as constructed is 50 feet in width with a 29-foot 
roadway and sidewalks 10.5 feet wide, consisting of 5 feet of 
artificial stone, a tree or loam space and curb stone. The 
street was sub-graded, edgestone set, artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid and the roadway was paved with asphalt 
concrete on a 4-inch concrete base. The sidewalks and road- 
way were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The 
contractor graded and seeded the loam spaces. The city 
furnished the new edgestone on the line of the work and all 
other materials necessary to do the work was furnished by the 
contractor. 

Morton street, from Forest Hills avenue, 1220 feet easterly. 
A contract for constructing this street was awarded Rowe 
Contracting Company, November 25, 1921. Work was not 
started. 

North Beacon street, from Market street to beyond Parsons 
street, is about 2,823 feet in length. A contract to widen and 
construct this street was awarded to the John Kelley Company, 
October 5, 1921. Work was started October 3, 1921, and 
suspended December 20, 1921. This street as it is to be con- 
structed for the most of its length is 60 feet in width with 10- 
foot sidewalks, but under the railroad bridge the street narrows 
down to 28.5 feet in width with 3-foot sidewalks. The car 
tracks have been removed from the street. The contractor is 
subgrading the street, the cut being quite heavy on the north 
side of the street where the widening is, being 7 feet in places. 
New edgestone is being set and the old reset, artificial, stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid and the roadway is being paved 
with asphalt concrete on a 6-inch concrete base except the 
narrow portion under the bridge which is to be paved with 
granite block on a concrete base with asphalt joints. The 
sidewalks and paving are laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. There is a short piece of dry rubble wall to be laid 
near the railroad bridge and a small amount of loam space is 
to be graded and seeded near the Charles River Parkway. 
The city furnished the new edgestone and paving block and all 
other materials are furnished by the contractor, who hauls all 
unused material to the Chestnut Hill Yard. The contract for 
constructing this street was awarded late in the Fall and the 
work will be completed in the spring. 

Oriole street, from Bellevue road to Emmons road, is about 
426 feet in length. A contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Martino DeMatteo, April 29, 1921. 
Work was begun June 8, 1921, and completed July 8, 1921. It 
is a 40-foot street with a 26-foot asphaltic concrete roadway 
on a 4-inch cement concrete base, 7-foot sidewalks having a 
4^-foot artificial stone walk with a loam space and granite edge- 
stone. The granite edgestone, circles and corners were furn- 
ished by the city on the line of the work. The paving blocks 



164 City Document No. 22. 

were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The asphal- 
tic roadway 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 pave the surface of this 
street with asphalt concrete, was awarded to the John McCourt 
Company, May 24, 1921 . Work was started May 19, 1921, and 
completed June 28, 1921. This is a 40-foot street with 7-foot 
sidewalks. The street was subgraded involving considerable 
rock cutting, new edgestone was set, artificial stone sidewalks 
were furnished and laid and the roadway was paved with as- 
phalt concrete on a 4-inch Portland cement concrete base. The 
sidewalks and roadway were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The city furnished the new straight edgestone and 
circular edgestone on the line of the work, and all other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. All surplus and unused 
materials were hauled by the contractor to the Highland Street 
Paving Yard. 

Public Alley No. 909, from Massachusetts avenue to Hem- 
enway street, is about 379 teet in length. A contract for con- 
structing the surface of this alley was awarded to DeStefano 
Bros., November 2, 1920. Work was begun March 24, 1921, 
and completed May 7, 1921. It is a 10-foot alley having an 
8-foot roadway paved with 4-inch granite block, grout joints 
on a 6-inch cement concrete base, artificial stone sidewalks 1 foot 
in width and granite edgestone. A concrete retaining wall 
about 170 feet in length was built on the southerly side of this 
alley. The new granite edgestone, circles and corners were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The paving 
block were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor, 
who also hauled the surplus paving materials to the city yard. 
All other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
granite block roadway and artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five-year maintenance guaranty. 

South street, from Centre street about 270 feet easterly. 
A contract to construct this street with sheet asphalt was 
awarded to the Bermudez Company, September,7, 1920. Work 
was begun September 20, 1920, suspended December 29, 1920, 
resumed April 11, 1921, and completed May 5, 1921. The 
work done this year consisted of laying artificial stone sidewalks. 
Stanhope street, from Morgan street to Trinity place, is 
about 654 feet in length, with a roadway 20 feet in width and 
sidewalks 5 feet in width. A contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to Gore, Inc., May 24, 1921. The con- 
tractor did the excavating, furnished the filling and set the 
edgestone. The roadway was paved with special cut granite 
block with grout jomts on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base. The square at Morgan street was paved with second- 
hand granite block on a gravel base. The sidewalks were 
constructed of artificial stone. Work was commenced May 24, 
1921, and completed August 18, 1921. The straight edge- 



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stone, circles and corners were furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. All other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The granite block paving and artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five-year maintenance guaranty. The former 
surface of the street was granite block with gravel base and the 
joints and brick sidewalks. 

Stuart street, from Dartmouth street to Trinity place, is 
about 268 feet in length and from the west side of Clarendon 
street to. Columbus avenue is about 1,229 feet in length. A 
contract to reconstruct this street was awarded to DeStephano 
Brothers, November 21, 1921. Work was started November 
16, 1921, and suspended December 30, 1921. This street is 
to be 70 feet wide with 15-foot sidewalks and a 40-foot road, 
way. The contractor is to reset the edgestone, remove the 
old paving block, subgrade the street and make a fill where 
the roadway and slopes of the sidewalk are low. Artificial 
stone sidewalks are to be furnished and laid and the roadway 
is to be paved with asphalt concrete on a 6-inch concrete base. 
The sidewalks and roadway are to be laid under a five-year 
maintenance guaranty. The city will furnish any new edge- 
stone and granite paving blocks required on the line of work, 
all other materials are to be furnished by the contractor, who 
is to haul the old paving blocks and flagging and other unused 
materials to the Massachusetts avenue lot. 

Thorndike street, from Commonwealth avenue to the 
Brookline line, is about 144 feet in length. A contract to 
construct this street was awarded to Charles M. Callahan, 
June 3, 1921. Work was begun June 3, 1921, and completed 
June 22, 1921. This street as constructed, is 50 feet wide 
with a 34-foot roadway and 8-foot sidewalks. The sidewalk 
on the north side of the street consists of 5 feet of artificial 
stone and a loam space and the walk on the south side is full 
width artificial stone. New edgestone was set, artificial stone 
sidewalks were furnished and laid and the roadway was paved 
with asphalt concrete on a 4-inch concrete base. The side- 
walks and roadway were laid under a five-year maintenance 
guaranty. The city furnished the new edgestone on the line of 
work and all other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Whitten street, from Dorchester avenue across Althea 
street, is about 1,017 feet in length. A contract for construct- 
ing the surface of this street was awarded to Warren Brothers 
Company June 8, 1921. Work was started June 24, 1921, 
and completed August 10, 1921. It is a 40-foot street with a 
26-foot bitulithic roadway on a 4-inch cement concrete base, 
7-foot sidewalks having a 4-foot artificial stone walk, a 3-foot 
loam space and part granite and part artificial stone curb. 
The granite edgestone, circles and corners were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. A few paving blocks were 
hauled from Brenton street by the contractor. All other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. The bitulithic 
roadway and artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five- 
year maintenance guaranty. 



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Financial Statement, Paving Service. 
Maintenance. 

Appropriation $1,278,474 40 

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Service 5,824 15 

Transferred from Lighting Service . . . 5,596 65 



$1,289,895 20 
Transferred to street improvements . . . 711 40 



$1,289,183 80 
Expended during the year 1,287,913 15 

Balance transferred to City Treasury . $1,270 65 



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Appropriation from taxes .... $50,000 00 

Expended during the year .... 49,999 82 



Balance January 31, 1922 .... $ 18 

Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 

Balance February 1, 1921 $181,749 86 

Appropriation from taxes 750,000 00 



$931,749 86 
Expended during the year 880,464 34 

Balance January 31, 1922 .... $51,285 52 



Street Improvements. 

Appropriation from taxes $290,000 00 

Transferred from Paving Service . . . 711 40 



Expended during the year .... $290/711 40 

Washington Street, West Roxbury. 

Appropriation from taxes $100,000 00 

Expended during the year 63,877 87 

Balance January 31, 1922 .... $36, 122 13 



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Summary of Expenditures 
Paving Service 
Highways, making of 
Granolithic sidewalks . 
Reconstructing and repairing streets by con 

tract 

Street improvements . 
Washington street, West Roxbury 
North Beacon street, Brighton . 
Stuart street 

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761,550 39 

49,999 82 

880,464 34 

290,711 40 

63,877 87 

24,301 50 

1,361 53 

5,360,180 00 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills and cash 
deposited with the City Collector from February 1, 
1921, to January 31, 1922, and credited to General 
Revenue. 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . $41,204 84 

Permits 22,648 64 

Services of inspectors 3,789 25 

Labor, material furnished, etc 10,134 70 

Total $77,777 43 

Amount paid into the City Treasury during the year : 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . . $26,739 30 

Permits 22,688 73 

Services of inspectors 3,933 00 

Labor, material furnished, etc 12,734 04 

Total $66,095 07 



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Schedule A. 

Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salary of engineer in charge (part of) . 

Salaries of office clerks and stenographers 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office 

Salaries of engineering inspectors, tallying traffic 

Salaries of district inspectors . 

Salary of street numbering clerk 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) 

Medical attendance on injured employees (out 

side) 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) 

Salary or veterinarian (part of) 

Salary of inspector of horses . 

Salary of constable and inspector . 

Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War (retired) 

Pensions paid to laborers (retired) 

Compensation allowed injured employees 

Vacations allowed laborers, mechanics, etc. . 

Holidays, not including holidays charged to street 

accounts 

Automobile expense, division engineer 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 

Repairs .... 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies .... 

Miscellaneous 

Wages of chauffeur 
Automobile expense, engineer 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 

Repairs .... 

New tires and tubes 

Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies .... 

Miscellaneous 

Wages of. chauffeur 
Automobile expense, chief engineer 

Gasolene, oil, grease etc 

Repairs .... 

New tires and tubes 

Supplies .... 

Miscellaneous 

Storage .... 

Wages of chauffeur 



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207 70 
81 12 
37 05 
37 88 
10 00 

1,404 00 



$327 

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23 

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143 51 
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750 00 

5,858 33 
10,020 45 

9,571 21 
14,316 36 

6,967 06 

3.156 64 

3.157 62 
1,564 68 

333 32 

423 15 

308 33 

283 34 

1,396 20 

1,994 20 

6,974 39 

25,362 77 

5,009 98 

34,833 64 

74,063 13 
2,076 34 



2,495 10 



2,218 61 



Carried forward $216,884 85 



Public Works Department. 



175 



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Automobile expenses, foreman Brighton district 



$216,884 
2,199 



85 
84 



Gasolene, oil, grease, etc 
Repairs .... 
New tires and tubes 
Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies 

Miscellaneous 
Wages of chauffeur 
Automobile expense, foreman 
district . . . . 

Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 

Repairs 

New tires and tubes 
Repairing tires and tubes 

Supplies 

Miscellaneous 



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173 

208 

37 

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Automobile expense, foreman Dorchester district, 
Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. . . $185 45 

Repairs 123 44 

New tires and tubes . . . 60 10 



309 57 



446 77 



Repairing tires and tubes 


12 50 




Supplies 


53 53 




Miscellaneous 


11 75 




Automobile expense, foreman Roxbury district . 


835 33 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. (bill not 




received) .... 


$0 25 




Repairs 


537 86 




New tires and tubes 


145 99 




Repairing tires and tubes 


13 25 




Supplies 


123 53 




Miscellaneous 


14 45 




Automobile expense, emergency ca] 




601 13 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


$284 43 




Repairs ..... 


242 35 




New tires and tubes 


64 35 




Miscellaneous 


10 00 




Automobile expense, truck, South 


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280 69 


Gasolene, oil, grease, etc. 


$58 87 




Repairs 


60 25 




New tires and tubes 


135 65 




Repairing tires and tubes 


3 00 




Supplies 


20 92 




Miscellaneous 


2 00 




Postage 




343 14 


Printing 




5,706 44 


Stationery 


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1,128 06 


Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. 


. . . . % 


1,093 61 




229,829 43 



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incidentals 




$818 90 




453 05 




157 38 




86 01 




566 62 




318 50 




210 00 



Brought forward 
Engineering supplies and 
Stationery 
Printing . 
Postage . 
Transit repairs 
Miscellaneous 
Adding machine 
Wye level 
Supplies for laboratory 
Artificial stone sidewalks, new and repairs by de- 
partment force (see reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by contract and street im- 
provements) 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavement repairs. Tem- 
porary repairs, labor, teaming and materials 
(see, also, reconstructing and repairing, 
streets by contract and street improvements), 
Brick block repairs, labor, teaming and materials, 
Wood block repairs, labor, teaming and materials, 
Crosswalks repaired, not included elsewhere, 

Fence repairs 

Plankwalk repairs 

Edgestone sidewalk and gutters (new), not in- 
cluded elsewhere 

Rent of land, wharves, etc 

Horses 



$229,829 43 
2,610 46 



636 39 



10,144 24 



512 09 
4,242 23 
7,792 04 
6,330 77 
8,020 26 
2,602 86 

10,185 66 
3,933 00 
2,430 00 



Expense of stables, including driv- 
ers, feeders, fodder, horse- 
shoeing, repairs to harnesses, 
wagons, carts, etc. . . . $177,239 28 

Amount earned by department 

teams 166,913 50 



Electric lighting at yards and stables . 

Gas lighting at yards and stables .... 

Fuel for heating yards, buildings, offices and 

stables 

Electrical appliances, labor and materials, yards 

and stables 
Rent of towels . 
Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 
Telephone service 
Derricks, repairing, etc. . 

Ice 

Signs, making and putting up 

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

Oil for lighting around defects, etc. 



etc. 



10,325 78 


1,228 23 


222 


90 


4,255 


58 


54 


67 


152 


05 


322 


06 


1,695 44 


202 46 


95 


52 


15,954 


96 


25,939 43 


1,856 


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Carried forward $351,574 61 



Public Works Department. 



177 



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Expense of yards, including salaries of foremen, 
clerks, yardmen, watchmen, tool wagons, etc., 

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

Sanding icy and slippery streets 

Repairing culverts and building new culverts 

Hoisting engine, fuel and supplies . 

Uniforms, boots, shoes, etc 

Chests for Central Office, making of 

Premium on surety bonds .... 

Marking catch-basins 

Repairs to and inspection of typewriters 

Express and freight charges .... 

Trimming and removing trees 

Public celebrations 

Painting traffic lines 

Labor, etc., distributing wood in Charlestown 

Atlases 

Portion of cost of blueprinting machine 

Miscellaneous ....... 

Steam rollers, cost of operating, re- 
pairs, etc $34,253 18 

Steam rollers, amount earned . . 28,431 00 



Work done and materials furnished individuals, 
corporations, etc 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, work done 
and materials furnished 

Sewer Service, work done and materials furnished, 

Water Service, work done and materials furnished, 

Bridge Service, work done and materials fur- 
nished 

High Pressure Fire Service, work done and ma- 
terials furnished 

Park Department 

Asphalt plant, Dorchester, removing and setting 

up 

Asphalt plant, West Roxbury .... 

Asphalt plant, Brighton, operating 

cost $30,368 06 

Less materials used on streets . 29,605 27 



Total 

Less amount earned by tractors 
Less amount earned by contract 

mixer 

Carried forward .... 



$413 66 
6 57 



$351,574 61 


43,287 


96 


8,168 71 


5,580 09 


43 


79 


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71 


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25 60 


134 


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129 


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2,874 


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4,338 24 


112 


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477 


75 


5,822 


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651 


74 


1,541 


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381 


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1,670 92 


146 


25 


670 00 


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10 


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762 79 



$444,601 89 



$420 23 $444,601 89 



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Stock materials . 
Stock handling . 



City Document No. 22. 

$420 23 $444,601 89 



L 17,330 50 
38,910 08 



$156,240 58 
Less stock delivered 

on streets . . 174,431 72 



18,191 14 



18,611 37 



Total $425,990 52 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

North Beacon street, Market street to beyond Parsons street. Length, 
2,823 linear feet. Area, 12,235 square yards. Edgestone set; 
asphalt concrete pavement laid; artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Unfinished.) 



Engineering 




$2,071 13 


Inspection 




668 49 


Engineering expense 




39 05 


Advertising 




7 75 


Photographs 




28 00 


Templets 




31 36 


Edgestone, 3,99S feet straight, 196 fee 


it 8 inches 




circular, 34 large, 2 small come 


rs and 4 




special stones .... 




6,644 68 


Steam roller 




198 00 


Granite paving blocks, 28,700 large (? 


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3,234 49 


Manhole regulated 




64 46 


Amount paid to John Kelly Compa 


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Removing trees, bushes, etc. 


$400 00 




4,800 cubic yards earth excava- 






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3,120 00 




31 . 5 cubic yards rock excava- 






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157 50 




3,809 linear feet straight edge- 






stone set @, 20c. . 


761 80 




456 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 20c. . 


91 20 




625 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. 


125 00 




2,720 square yards concrete base 






and asphalt concrete 






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6,392 00 




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4 70 




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2,145 00 





Carried forward . 



$13,197 20 $12,987 41 



Public Works Department. 



179 



Brought forward .... 

730 square feet artificial 
stone driveways, con- 
crete base and wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ 15c. . 

1 cover reset @ $3 

2 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 



Less 15 per cent retained, 



Stuart street. 

Engineering .... 
Inspection .... 
Engineering expense 
Advertising .... 
Edgestone, 56 feet 7 inches circular and 2 small 
corners .... 



$13,197 20 $12,987 41 



109 50 
3 00 

1 00 




$13,310 70 
1,996 61 


11,314 09 
$24,301 50 

$853 78 

329 29 

5 55 

8 10 

164 81 


and 2 small 







Washington street, from 69 feet south of Corinth street to Denton terrace. 
Length, 2,160 linear feet. Area, 11,762 square yards. Edgestone 
set and reset; granite block paving laid; concrete base and grout 
joints and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 


$1,291 93 


Inspection 


734 86 


Engineering expense 


12 75 


Advertising 


7 20 


Edgestone, 1,652 feet straight, 59 feet circular 




28 small corners and 9 specials 


2,712 92 


Blocks, 210,413 large granite 


23,713 56 


Tractor ... 


8 75 


Labor, removing trees 


275 12 


Lumber 


5 84 


Teaming . 


90 95 


Labor 


320 68 




$29,174 56 




15 40 



Amount paid to Gore, Inc., under contract: 



),159 16. 



Removing trees, bushes, 
etc. . 
3^ cubic vards rock 
tion @ $10 
1 ,562 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 23c. 
190 linear feet circular 
stone set @ 19c. 
2,222 linear feet existing 
stone reset @ 19c. 
1,396 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
20c 

Carried forward .... 



edge 
edge 



$25 00 

35 00 
359 26 

36 10 
422 18 

279 20 
$1,156 74 



),159 r> 



180 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $1,156 74 $29,159 16 
58 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 

65c 37 70 

7,229 square yards granite 
block paving laid, con- 
crete base, sand bed, as- 
phalt joints, @ $2.45 . 17,71105 
2,239 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 17c. . 380 63 
254 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 21c. . 53 34 
19 covers reset® $3 . • 57 00 
27 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 13 50 



$19,409 96 
Less 15 per cent retained, 2,911 49 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany: 
4,999 square yards paving barred 

out, blocks recut @ 

$1.13 .... $5,648 87 

4,533 square yards concrete base 

and paving laid @ $2.79, 12,647 07 



16,498 47 



18,295 94 
63,953 57 



GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION. 

Beacon street (south side), at Brookline avenue. (Hotel Buckminster.) 
Length, 189 linear feet. Area, 2,706 square feet. Edgestone reset 
gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 00 

Advertising 2 15 

Amount paid to Louis De Sisto & Co., under 
contract : 

902 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 2ic. ... $22 55 

2,706 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid @ 16c, 432 96 



455 51 



460 66 



Blue Hill avenue (west side), from 217 feet south of Goodale road to Well- 
ington Hill street. Length, 950 linear feet. Area, 8,811 square feet. 
Artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering ■ $107 87 

Inspection 117 62 

Engineering expense 50 

Advertising 2 60 

Carried forward . . .... $228 59 



Public Works Department. 



181 



Brought forward 

Amount paid to Metzger and Tratten, under 
contract : 

23 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.60 . 
8,290 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 4f c. . 
8,811 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 19c. . 
Extra Work — Take up, 
clean and relay the exist- 
ing under drain where 
directed: 
634 hours, labor @ 50c. . 
64 hours, foreman, @ 90c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $374.60, 

46 hours, double team, @ $1 . 

5 cubic yards cinders @, 90c, 



51 



$82 80 



393 78 



1,674 09 



317 00 




57 60 




56 19 




46 00 




4 50 






2,631 96 





$2,860 55 



Brooks street, from Hobart street to Faneuil street. 
Engineering expense 



(Work done in 1920.) 
$0 30 



Bynner street, from Creighton street to Day street. Length, 320 feet. 
Area, 3,376 square feet. Reset 123 feet straight edgestone, set 4 
small corners and repaved 63 square yards gutter and constructed 
artificial stone sidewalks. 



Labor, edgestone excavating 
Labor, edgestone resetting . 
Labor, gutters repaved . 
Labor, dirt sidewalk excavating 
Labor, artificial stone sidewalk laying 
Teaming .... 
Gravel, 285 cubic yards 
Crushed stone, 19.55 tons 
Cement, 432 bags . 
Lampblack, 42 pounds . 
Edgestone corners, 2 small 



$29 00 

38 25 

33 00 

212 50 

413 75 

170 00 

41 44 

36 98 

285 79 

11 76 

8 00 



1,280 47 



Corey street, from Centre street to Weld street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $226 03 

Engineering expense 4 60 

$230 63 



Cowper street, from Moore street about 300 feet easterly. Length, 300 
linear feet. Area, 4,822 square feet. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $84 04 

Inspection 55 36 

Engineering expense 30 

Advertising 6 70 

Edgestone, 518 feet straight, 8 small corners . 1,034 43 

Carried forward $1,180 83 



182 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . $1,180 83 

Amount paid to Holbrook Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
588 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . $111 72 
26 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . 7 80 
23 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . . 4 37 
6 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 75c. . 4 50 
4,522 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @4c. . . . 180 88 
4,522 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 17c. . 768 74 
301 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 25c. . 75 25 



1,153 26 
$2,334 09 



$58 38 

61 36 

3 65 

2 60 


1,063 23 
216 00 



Euclid street, from Washington street to Withington street. Length, 431 
linear feet. Area, 5,020 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . . 

Edgestone, 520 feet straight and 10 small 

corners 

Blocks, 7,200 old 

Amount paid to Metzger & Tratten, under con- 
tract : 

520 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set ® 19c. . . $98 80 
29 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . 5 51 
164 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . 31 16 
168 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid, sand bed, gravel 
joints, @ 58£c. . . 98 28 
106 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints, 
@ 55£c. .... 58 83 
4,876 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4fc. . . . 231 61 
4,495 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @, 19c. . 854 05 



Carried forward .... $1,378 24 $1,405 22 



Public Works Department. 183 

$1,405 22 



Brought forward .... 


$1,378 24 


525 square feet artificial stone 




driveways, concrete base 




and wearing surface, fur- 




nished and laid, @ 28c. . 


147 00 


2 covers reset @ $3 


6 00 


1 Bradley-head catch-basin 




reset @ $5 


5 00 


Extra work — ■ Remove the 




existing edgestone and 




put in new driveway at 




No. 5 Euclid street: 




15 hours' labor @ 50c. . 


7 50 


1 hour, stonecutter, @ 90c, 


90 


Plus 15 per cent on $8.40, 


1 26 



1,545 90 
$2,951 i: 



Fairbanks street, from Washington street to Faneuil street. Length 1,174 
linear feet. Area, 11,862 square feet. Edgestone set and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $95 20 

Inspection 141 89 

Engineering expense 60 

Advertising 6 80 

Edgestone, 1,563 feet straight, 19 feet circular 

and 38 small corners 3,306 78 

Amount paid to John McCourt Company, 
under contract: 

1,562 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 24c. . . $374 88 
145 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 24c. . 34 80 
6 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 24c. . 1 44 
572 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 2c . . 11 44 
10,691 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 
@ 18c. . . . . 1,924 38 
1,171 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 18c, 210 78 
14 covers reset @ $3 . . 42 00 
6 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 3 00 

Extra work — Remove 
tree stumps in side- 
walk not shown on plan 
and cut edgestone for 
additional drive- 
ways not shown on 
plan : 
12 hours' labor @, 40c . 4 80 

8 hours, stonecutter, @ $1, 8 00 



Carried forward .... $2,615 52 $3,551 27 



184 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward. . . . $2,615 52 $3,55127 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$12.80 .... 1 92 

2,617 44 

$6,168 7 1 

Hemenway street (west side), from Museum square about 230 feet northerly. 
Length, 275 linear feet. Area, 2,585 square feet. Edgestone reset, 
gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 00 

Advertising 2 15 

Amount paid to Louis DeSisto & Co., under 
contract: 

250 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . . $62 50 
82 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints, 
@ 70c. . . . . 57 40 
646 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
laid @ .02*c. ... . 16 15 
2,585 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 16c. . 413 60 
2 covers reset @ $3 . . 6 00 
] course of brickwork laid 

@50c 50 

556 15 



$561 30 

Credit: Bricks 42 00 

$519 30 



Hemenway street (east side), from Batavia street to Gainsborough street. 
Length, 191 linear feet. Area, 1,845 square feet. Edgestone reset, 
gutters repaved and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $3 00 

Advertising 2 15 

Amount paid to Louis De Sisto & Co., under 

contract: 
207 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . . $51 75 
73 linear feet existing granite 
block pavement relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints, 
@ 70c. ... . 51 10 
615 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
laid @ 2\c. . . . 15 38 
1,845 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 16c. . 295 20 

1 Bradley head catch-basin 

reset © $5 . . • 5 00 

2 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 1 00 

419 43 

$424 58 



Public Works Department. 



185 



Linden street, from Brighton avenue to Commonwealth avenue. Work 
done in 1920. 
Engineering $0 30 



Maple street, from Oak street to Pine street. Work not started. 

Engineering $151 03 

Engineering expense 3 40 



$154 43 



Moore street, from Bennington street to Cowper street. Length, 728 linear 
feet. Area, 8,756 square feet. Edgestone set and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. Slope paving and fence at end of street. 

Engineering $107 05 

Inspection ] ] 5 57 

Engineering expense 4 85 

Advertising 6 70 

Edgestone, 1,081 feet straight and 66 feet cir- 
cular 2,218 74 

$2,452 91 
Credit: Bricks 7 00 

$2,445 91 
Amount paid to Holbrook Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
1,0] 3 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . $192 47 
67 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 20 10 
186 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19e. . . 35 34 
8,756 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . . . 350 24 
8,756 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 17c. . 1,488 52 
6 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 ... 30 00 

8 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 4 00 

64 linear feet wood fence 

built® $1.20 ... 76 80 

76 square vards slope pav- 
ing laid @ $10 . . 76 00 

2,315 47 ' 

$4,761 38 



Oak xtret t, from Hyde Park avenue to Maple street. 

Engineering $148 00 

Engineering expense 3 40 



$151 40 



Orchard street, from Centre street to Pond street. Length, 1,570 linear 
feet. Area, 20,635 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters relaid and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $273 95 

Inspection 222 42 



Carried forward . 



$496 37 



186 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward .... 




$496 37 


Engineering expense 




5 10 


Advertising 




6 50 


Edgestone, 12 small corners 




95 76 




$603 73 






42 00 




$561 73 


Amount paid to Andrews Construction Com- 




pany, under contract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$25 00 




]| cubic yards rock excava- 






tion © $5 


7 50 




2,909 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 20c. 


581 80 




1,023 square yards existing 






granite block paving re- 






laid, gravel joints, @ 






40c. ... 


409 20 




463 square feet artificial stone 






foundation f urnis h e d 






and placed @ 1c. . 


4 63 




19,436 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 19£c, 


3,790 02 




1,199 square feet artificial stone 






driveways, cone r e t e 






base and wearing sur- 






face, furnished and laid, 






@20c. . 


239 80 




1 cover reset @ $3 


3 00 




Extra work — Remove 






existing edgestone and 






construct additi o n a 1 






driveways as directed : 






13? hours, stonecutter, @ $1 . 


13 50 




38 hours' labor, @ 40c. . 


15 20 




Plus 15 per cent on $28.70, 


4 31 




7 hours, double team, @ 






$1.50 .... 


10 50 




1 ^ hours, auto truck, @ $4.38 


6 57 


5,111 03 







$5,672 76 

Peterborough street (south side), at Nos. 40 and 42. Length, 91 linear feet. 
Area, 673 square feet. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $1 00 

Advertising 2 15 

Amount paid to Louis DeSisto, under contract: 
224 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 2^c. ... $5 60 

673 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 16c. . . 107 68 

113 28 

$116 43 



Public Works Department. 187 

Pine street, from Hyde Park avenue to Maple street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering expense $3 20 

Repairing artificial stone sidewalks. On Providence street and on 

Broadway. 
Amount paid to John Landis. 
1 ,990 square feet artificial stone sidewalks relaid 



_ 27c. 
48 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

6 hours, edgestone setter, 
12 hours, foreman, @$] 

4 covers reset @ $3 



S547 83 

19 20 

6 00 

12 00 

12 00 



$597 03 
Discount 2 per cent 1 1 94 



$585 09 



South street, from Archdale road to Washington street. Length, 2,040 
linear feet. Area, 20,291 square feet. Edgestone set and reset, two 
dry wells constructed and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $190 74 

Inspection 383 44 

Engineering expense 3 95 

Advertising 7 00 

Edgestone, 2,714 feet straight, 38 small corners, 5,766 88 

Amount paid to Charles Struzziery, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, etc., $25 00 

2,651 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set @ 

25c 662 75 

237 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 71 10 
305 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 61 00 
581 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and placed 
@ 10c. . . . 58 10 
20,291 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 2c. . . 405 82 
19,129 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ 15c. . 2,869 35 
1,162 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid. @ 50c. . 581 00 
1 1 covers reset @ $3 . 33 00 
2 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 1 00 

2 drv wells constructed @ 

$10 20 00 

Extra work — Excavate 
rock as directed: 
2\ cubic yards rock exca- 
vated @ $6 ... 15 00 

Carried forward .... $4,803 12 $6,352 01 



188 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $4,803 12 $6,352 01 

Extra work — Remove 
buried stumps and con- 
struct additional drive- 
ways as directed: 
3 1 days, edgestone setter, @ 

$9 

5g days' labor @ $4 

Plus 15 per cent on $50.88, 

1 bag cement @ $] 

2 tons crushed stone @ $2 . 
21 nights' lighting @ 50c. 

2 gallons kerosene @ 20c. . 

Extra work — Cut straight 

edgestone to set around 

curves : 

4 days, stone cutter, @ $9 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $36 



30 


38 


20 


.10 


7 


03 


1 


00 


4 00 


10 


50 




K) 


36 00 


5 


40 



4,918 93 
$11,270 94 



Sycamore street, from Ashland street to Florence street. 

Execution of court paid to John A. Nelson for damages 
resulting from building artificial stone sidewalks in 
1917 $200 00 

Wachusett street, from Weld Hill street to Walk Hill street. Length, ] ,404 
linear feet. Area, 11,041 square feet. Edgestone set, granite block 
gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $325 57 

Inspection 280 27 

Engineering expense 3 40 

Advertising 2 60 

Labor, setting edgestone 2 50 

Blocks, 30,405, old granite 912 15 

Edgestone, 2,050 feet straight, 82 feet circular 

and 14 small corners 4,160 00 

Teaming 22 50 

$5,70S 99 
Credit: bricks 6 10 



Amount paid to Metzger and Tratten, under 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $75 00 

36 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @$3.60 . . . 129 60 
2,051 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . 389 69 
] 20 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . 22 80 
464 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 19c. . 88 16 
1,219 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @, 
18ic 225 51 



$5,702 89 



Carried forward .... $930 76 $5,702 89 



Public Works Department. 18y 

Brought forward . . . . $930 76 $5,702 89 

762 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid, sand bed, gravel 
joints, ® 58£c. . . 445 77 

48 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints, 
@ 55^c. . • . • . • 26 64 

7 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 3 50 

11,041 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 4f c . . 524 45 

10,628 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid,® 19c. . 2,019 32 
413 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @28c. . 115 64 
Extra work — Reset the 
edgestone that has set- 
tled on account of the 
construction of new 
catch-basins : 
4 hours', edgestone setter ( 
90c. 
] 2| hours' labor @ 50c. . 
Plus 1 5 per cent on $9.85 

),780 30 



3 60 




6 25 




1 48 






4,077 41 





RECONSTRUCTING AND REPAIRING STREETS BY 
CONTRACT. 

Adams street, from King street to Minot street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $10 00 

Engineering expense 80 

$10 80 

Amory street, from Green street to 140 feet north of Atherton street. 
(Work done in 1919.) 
Engineering $14 00 

Arlington street, from Market street across Leicester street. Length, 475 
feet. Area, 1,905 square yards. Edgestone set and reset. Simasco 
pavement laid on old macadam foundation and artificial stone side- 
walks constructed. 

Engineering $57 50 

Engineering expense 40 

Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
under contract: 

307 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . . $107 45 
52 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 20 80 



Carried forward . . . . $128 25 $57 90 



190 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward ... $128 25 $57 90 

] 19 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 35 70 
412 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
35c. . ... 144 20 
27 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 27 00 
3 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid in 
driveways and edgings, 
gravel base, sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $2 . . 6 00 
1,875 square yards Simasco pave- 
ment furnished, laid, @ 
$2.50 ... . 4,687 50 
6,363 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 6c. . . . 381 78 
6,011 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 26c. . 1,562 86 
352 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 



nished and laid @ 33c. . 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 
2 courses of brick work 

laid @ 50c. 


116 16 
6 00 

1 00 


5,095 

$7,6]] 
603 


]7 

03 
20 




Less amount paid in 1920 . 


$7,096 45 
2,001 28 




Artificial stone sidewalks: 
Rebates allowed .... 
Repairs 




$5,] 53 07 
$8,214 23 









Asphalt and bitulithic pavements repaired. Bituminous pavements upon 
which the maintenance has expired. 

Engineering $6,408 59 

Inspection 3,671 38 

Engineering expense 214 45 

Expert services on laboratory .... 62 50 

Advertising 13 50 

Amount paid to Bermudez Company, final 

payment on contract for work done in 1920 . 4,258 83 

Amount paid to Rowe Contracting Company, 

under contract: 
20,757.77 square yards bitu- 
minous wearing sur- 
face and binder fur- 
nished and laid (May 
6, 192], to January 
20, ]922) @ $2.J0 . $43,59] 32 



Carried forward .... $43,591 32 $14,629 25 



Public Works Department. 



191 



Brought forward 


$43,591 32 


$14,629 25 


6,875.95 square yards bitu- 






minous pavement re- 






surfaced @ $1 . 


6,875 95 




45.06 cubic yards extra bitu- 






minous binder fur- 






nished and laid @i 






$14 . 


630 84 




659.32 square yards concrete 






base furnished and 






laid @ $2.25 . 


1,483 47 




102 covers reset @ $3 


306 00 






$52,887 58 




Less 5 per cent retained 


2,644 38 


50,243 20 







1,872 45 



Beacon street and Chestnut Hill avenue (Brookline line to Brookline line 
inclusive, Cleveland circle). Length, 1,506 linear feet. Area 
11,833 square yards. Edgestone set, roadway on Beacon street paved 
with asphalt concrete pavement on macadam foundation and on 
Cleveland circle on 6-inch concrete base, the car tracks were paved 
with recut granite blocks, grout joints, the bridle path was regraveled 
and the loam spaces and circle loamed, graded and seeded. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Photographs . 

Teaming . 

Edgestone, 1,238^ feet straight, 1,119 feet cir 

cular and 1 4 small corners 
Blocks, 40,313 recut granite 
Amount paid to John J. Lane 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, etc. 
1,770 cubic earth excavation (2 

$1 

48 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3.75 . 
198 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $1.50 . 
220 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $3 . 
1,390 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 19c. 
1,221 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
272 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 
13 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints @ 
70c. . 
551 square yards granite block 
paving recut and relaid 
in dummy and brows, 
concrete base, sand bed, 
grout joints @ $3.80 



$50 00 

1,770 00 

180 00 



297 00 



660 00 
264 10 
305 25 

54 40 



9 10 



2,093 80 



$996 94 

388 65 

1 50 

4 35 

149 19 

350 00 

5,383 21 
2,418 78 



Carried forward 



$5,683 65 $9,692 62 



192 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $5,683 65 $9,692 62 

27 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement relaid 
in edgings, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
@ $3.05 .... 82 35 

112 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid in 
edgings, gravel base, sand 
bed and grout joints @ $2 224 00 

7,070 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @$3.10 . . . 21,917 00 
4,060 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid, 
macadam foundation, @ 

$1.80 7,308 00 

9,489 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 2c. . . . 189 78 

9,489 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 17c. 1,613 13 
7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 
9 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 4 50 

130 cubic yards loam hauled 

and placed @ 70c. . . 91 00 

667 square yards loam graded 

and seeded @ 20c. . . 133 40 

427 square yards bridle path 

graded and shaped @ 50c. 213 50 

Extra Work — ■ Furnish a 
loam and manure mix- 
ture and grade same in 
circular area of Cleveland 
circle: 
1,011 cubic yards loam and man- 
ure mixture furnished 
and graded @ $2 . . 2,022 00 

Extra Work — Furnish 
stonecutter to cut gutter- 
mouths in catch-basin 
stones : 
7 days stonecutter @ $8 . 56 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $56 . 8 40 



39,567 71 
— $49,260 33 



Beacon street, from Massachusetts avenue to Raleigh street. (Work done 
in 1920.) 

Engineering $15 80 

Engineering expense 56 13 

Services of expert, analvzing, etc. ... 25 02 

$96 95 



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

Engineering $435 80 

Engineering expense 7 50 

— $443 30 



Public Works Department. 



193 



Berkeley street, from Columbus avenue to Providence street. (Work not 
started.) 
Blocks $15 00 

Blackstone street, from Clinton street to Haymarket square. (Work done 
in 1920.) 
Engineering $67 61 

Blue Hill avenue, from Talbot avenue to Morton street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $338 20 

Engineering expense 7 20 

$345 40 



Boylston street, from Amory street to Centre street. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 
$20 00 



Bremen street, from 230 feet northeast of Maverick street to Porter street. 
Length, 1,239 linear feet. Area, 4,059 square yards. Edgestone 
set, second-hand granite block pavement laid with grout joints on 
gravel base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed on the north 
side. 



Engineering 


$347 66 


Inspection 


332 28 


Engineering expense 


5 40 


Advertising 


3 70 


Expert services 


9 90 


Edgestone, 280 feet straight and 38 feet circular 


629 39 


Blocks, 14,045 old granite .... 


421 35 




$1,749 68 


Credit: Bricks 


18 60 



Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, Inc., under 
contract: 

271 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . $81 30 
61 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . 30 50 
1,469 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 440 70 
25 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 25 00 
3,948 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid, gravel base, sand 
bed and grout joints, @ 
$1.70 ... 6,711 60 
111 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement re- 
laid, gravel base, sand 
bed and grout joints, @ 
$1.50 ... 166 50 
44 square yards brick side- 
walks hauled and laid @, 



44 00 



$1,731 08 



Carried forward 



$7,499 60 $1,731 08 



194 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 


$7,499 60 


$1,731 08 


200 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 90c, 


180 00 




7,149 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 22c. . 


1,572 78 




82 square feet artificial stone 






driveways, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 25c, 


20 50 




14 covers reset @ $3 


42 00 




12 courses of brickwork laid 






@50c 


6 00 


9,320 88 







$11,051 96 



Burke street, from Tremont street to Columbus avenue. 

Engineering $38 00 

Engineering expense 3 10 



$41 10 



* Centre street, from Allandale street to South street. Length, 6,502 linear 
feet. Area, 17,084 square yards. Filling, edgestone reset, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid, retaining wall constructed and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Labor, removing trees . 

Labor and materials, building drain 

Teaming 

Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, under 
contract : 
334.5 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $2.50 . 
3.6 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $10 . 
1,242 cubic yards gravel filling 
furnished @$2.50. 
115 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $3 
788 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $4 . 
372 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 45c. . 
333 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 40c. 
161 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
taken up, hauled and 
relaid in hips, gravel 
joints, @ $2 . 
3,205 square yards shoulders 
graded, shaped, watered 
and rolled, @ 45c. 



Carried forward 



$836 25 

36 00 

3,105 00 

345 00 



3,152 00 
167 40 



133 20 



322 00 



1,442 25 
>9,539 10 



$557 78 

53 70 

1 10 

626 10 

485 50 

401 46 



,125 64 



* See Highways, making of. 



Public Works Department. 195 

12,125 64 



Brought forward 


$9,539 10 


17,521 square yards bituminous 




concrete binder and as- 




phalt wearing surface, 




furnished and laid on 




macadam foundation, @ 




$2.89 .... 


50,635 69 


1,540 square feet artificial stone 




foundation furnished 




and placed @ 12c. 


184 80 


1,540 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks, concrete base 




and wearing surface, fur- 




nished and laid, @ 35c, 


539 00 


25 covers reset @ $3 . 


75 00 


17 courses of brickwork laid 




@ 50c. . . . . 


8 50 


Furnishing all materials 




and constructing wall 




and fence 


7,700 00 


62.5 linear feet wood fence 




built @ $2.25 


140 63 




$68,822 72 


Less amount paid in 1920, 


61,655 13 




$7,167 59 


Less amount charged to 




highways, making of . 


1,100 71 



6,066 88 
$8,192 52 



Centre street, from Columbus avenue across Hyde square. Length, 3,270 
feet. Asphalt concrete laid on macadam foundation and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $1,336 83 

Inspection . . 1,054 26 

Engineering expense 44 45 

Expert services 9 90 

Photographs 32 00 

Edgestone, 2,000 feet straight, 192 feet circular, 

10 small corners and 2 special stones . . 3,267 32 

Blocks, 38,100 recut granite .... 2,28600 

$8,430 76 
Credit: Bricks 49 00 

$7,981 76 
Amount paid to B. E. Grant Company, under 
contract: 
58 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion © $5 . . . $290 00 
980 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed watered 
and rolled, (Q> $3 . . 2,940 00 
1,946 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 22c. . . 428 12 
229 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set © 22c. . 50 38 

Carried forward .... $3,708 50 $7,981 76 



196 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward ... $3,708 50 $7,981 76 

5,205 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . . 1,041 00 
105 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
15c. . . . 15 75 
36 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints. @ $1 . 36 00 
543 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving recut 
and relaid in brows of car 
tracks, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
© $3 . . . . 1,629 00 
9 square yards granite block 
paving recut and relaid 
in edgings and driveways, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ $3. 27 00 

4,542 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving recut 
and relaid, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
@ $3 .... 13,626 00 

2,645 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layor furnished and 
laid, @ $2.75 . . . 7,273 75 

7,864 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer, furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation, 
@ $1.50 . . . 11,796 00 
6,688 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid @ 17c. 1,136 96 
74 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 25c. 
26 covers reset @ . $3 
24 courses of brickwork laid 
@ 50c 



Less 5 per cent retained 



Less amount charged to 
Centre street, from Boyls- 
ton street to Green street, 



18 50 
78 00 


12 00 


$40,398 46 
2,019 92 


*$38,378 54 


9,023 56 



29,354 98 



Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany: 

1,403.7 square yards of block paving in dummy 
barred out, blocks recut, concrete base 
made and paving laid, @ $3.92 . . 5,502 50 



42,839 24 



* Includes measurements for Centre street, from Boylston street to Green street. 



Public Works Department. 197 

Centre street, from Forbes street to Boylston street. (Unfinished work 
from 1921.) Length, 1,386 linear feet. Area, 3,622 square yards. 
Edgestone set, Topeka pavement laid on macadam foundation, brick 
sidewalk laid on the east side and artificial stone sidewalk constructed 
on the west side. 

Engineering $33 34 

Engineering expense 60 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany: 
7)2.9 square yards of block paving in dummy 
barred out, blocks recut, concrete base 
laid and blocks laid, @ $3.92. . . 2,794 57 
Amount paid to Central Construction Company, 
under contract: 



10 cubic vards rock excavation 



$60 00 



40^ tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 121 50 

689 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 32c. . . 220 48 
33 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . . 11 55 
1,131 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 339 30 
265 linear feet crushed stone and 
concrete foundation fur- 
nished and placed @ 30c . 79 50 
52 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in driveways and edgings, 
gravel base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2 . . 104 00 
10 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid in 
brows of car tracks, 
gravel base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.50 25 00 
3,560 square yards Topeka wear- 
ing surface furnished and 
laid on macadam founda- 
tion @ $2.35 . . . 8,366 00 
871 square vards brick side- 

walks'relaid @ 70c. . 609 70 

5,347 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 26c. 1,390 22 
260 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 35c. 91 00 

3 covers reset at $3 9 00 

4 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c .2 00 

Extra work — Remove 
trees, and roots of trees, 
as directed: 
35 hours' labor @ 65c. . . 22 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $22.75 . 3 41 



Carried forward .... $11,455 41 $2,828 51 



198 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward . . . $11,455 41 

Less amount paid in 1920, 
from Street Improve- 
ments .... 9,369 21 



$2,828 51 
2,086 20 



1,914 71 



Centre street, from Boylston street to Green street. Length, 2,520 feet. 
Roadway paved with asphaltic pavement and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. For details, see Centre street, from Columbus avenue to 
Hyde square. (Work unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Amount paid by Boston Elevated Railway 

Company : 
1,317 square yards of block paving in dummy 
barred out, blocks recut, concrete base 
made and paving laid, @ $3.92 . 
Amount paid to B. E. Grant Company, under 

contract . *9,023 56 



$627 50 
5 90 
8 00 



5,162 64 



$14,827 70 



Charles street, from Fruit street to Allen street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work done in 1920.) 
$45 00 
3 35 
$48 35 



Chelsea street, from Maverick street to Day square. Length, 3,972 linear 
feet. Area, 22,918 square yards. Reset edgestone, roadway between 
Maverick street and Gove street was paved with asphalt concrete on 
6-inch concrete base and the rest of the roadway with asphalt concrete 



on macadam foundation. Artificial stone side) 


valks were constructed. 


Engineering . . . . 




$841 76 






527 91 


Engineering expense 




48 20 


Advertising 




3 70 


Expert services .... 




9 90 


Photographs 




64 00 


Edgestone, 64 feet straight, 196 feet circular 




and 10 small corners 




739 05 


Blocks, 5,140 old granite 




154 20 




$2,388 72 


Credit: Sidewalk bricks 




424 20 




$1,964 52 


Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, 


under con- 




tract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$25 00 




150 tons crushed stone fur- 






nished, placed, watered 






and rolled @ $3.50 . 


525 00 




64 linear feet straight edge- 






stone set @ 30c. . 


19 20 




Carried forward .... 


$569 20 


$1,964 52 



* Details included in measurement for Centre street, from Columbus avenue to Hyde 
square. 



Public Works Department. 199 

Brought forward . . . $569 20 $1,964 52 

225 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

50c 112 50 

7,715 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 2,314 50 
221 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 221 00 
201 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement re- 
laid, gravel base, sand 
bed and grout joints, @ 
$1.50 .... 301 50 
3,571 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @ $4.20 . . . 14,998 20 
19,146 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2.50 .... 47,865 00 
375 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 90c, 337 50 

2,588 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 9c. . . 232 92 

69,641 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 22c, 15,321 02 
32 covers reset @ $3 . . 96 00 

67 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 33 50 

13 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 . . . 65 00 

Extra work: — Remove 
one tree on Chelsea 
street, near Gove street, 
1 tree removed ... 50 00 

82,517 84 

84,482 3 



Columbia road, from Hancock street to Blue Hill avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $49 04 

Engineering expense 1 80 

$50 84 

Columbus avenue, from Tremont street to Centre street. Length, 3,172 
linear feet. Area, 17,868 square yards. Reset edgestone, granite 
blocks relaid with grout joints and concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $2,346 97 

Inspection 1,257 31 

Engineering expense 90 45 

Advertising 6 60 

Photographs 22 00 

Carried forward $3,723 33 



200 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $3,723 33 

Edgestone 178 73 

Blocks, 57,374 old granite 1,721 22 

$5,623 28 
Credit: Bricks, sidewalk 956 16 



Amount paid to John Kelly Company, under 
contract: 

590 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated and 
removed @ 35c. . . $206 50 

90 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 18 00 
4,721 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 17c. . . 802 57 
1,822 cubic vards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $9, ] 6,398 00 
2,777 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
sand bed, grout joints 
© $1.80 . . . 4,998 60 

16,771 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, grout joints 
©SI.28 . . . . 21,466 88 
680 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel base, sand bed 
and grout joints @ $1.25, 850 00 

52 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c. 26 00 

30,000 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed (unfinished) 
@ He. . . . . 350 00 

68,623 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 16|c, 11,322 80 
532 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 25c. . 133 00 
85 covers reset @ $3 . . 255 00 
1 Bradley head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 5 00 

23 courses of brick work laid 

@50c. .... 11 50 

Section], Article E, Over- 
haul: 
853 tons granite paving blocks 
hauled from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot (in- 
stead of from Highland 
Street Yard), two (2) 
miles overhaul @ 15c. 
per ton per half mile . 511 80 



,667 12 



Carried forward .... $37,355 65 $4,667 12 



Public Works Department. 



201 



Brought forward .... 
Extra Work — Cut the 
edgestone to fit new 
telephone cover near 
the railroad bridge : 
8 hours, stone-cutter @ $1, 
Plus 15 per cent on $8 
Extra Work — Cover the 
top of old fire reservoir 
with flagging and bar 
and ram trenches where 
directed : 
23 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
4 hours, paver, @ $1 . 

Plus 15 per cent on $13.20, 
2 bags cement @ $1 



$57,355 65 $4,667,12 



8 00 
1 20 



9 


20 


4 


00 


1 


98 


2 00 



57,382 '03 



$62,049 15 



Columbus avenue, from Centre street to Walnut avenue. Length, 4,020 
linear feet. Area, 16,934 square yards. Reset edgestone, asphalt 
concrete pavement laid on macadam foundation and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $967 66 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Templets. 

Expert services 

Edgestone 



Credit: Bricks, sidewalks 
Blocks, old granite 





717 22 




18 05 




7 70 




15 00 




9 90 




217 02 




$1,952 55 


$932 65 




104 00 






1,036 65 





$915 90 



Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
under contract: 

3 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 . . $15 00 
83 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 24 90 
7,101 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . . 1,633 23 
99 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @$1 . 99 00 
80 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in brows of car tracks, 
gravel base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$2.50 200 00 
16,755 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
© $2.18 . 



Carried forward 



36,525 90 
$38,498 03 



$915 90 



202 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $38,498 03 $915 90 

73 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 36 50 

20,724 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 6c. . . 1,243 44 

80,223 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c. . 14,440 14 
1,875 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 

@ 25c 468 75 

47 covens reset @ $3 . . 141 00 

5 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 . 25 00 

23 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 11 50 

Extra Work — Remove 
two trees and stumps 
near Walnut avenue: 
2 trees and stumps re- 
moved @ $90 . . 180 00 



55,044 36 

— : $55,960 26 

Commercial street, from Hanover street to Washington Street North 
(Work done in 1918-19.) 
Engineering $5 00 

Corinth street, from Washington street to Belgrade avenue. (Work not 
done.) 

Engineering $31 00 

Cunard street, from Tremont street to Columbus avenue. (Work not 
done.) 

Engineering $35 65 

Engineering expense 1 70 

$37 35 

Davenport street, from Tremont street to Columbus avenue. (Work not 
done.) 

Engineering $30 00 

Engineering expense 2 20 

$32 20 

Devonshire street, from Water street to Franklin street. Length, 730 
linear feet. Area, 2,248 square yards. Wood block pavement laid. 
(Work done in 1920.) 
Final payment to James Doherty for work done in 1920, 

under contract $2,636 60 

Dorchester avenue, from Dorchester Avenue Bridge to West Second street. 
Length, 749 linear feet. Area, 4,236 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
second-hand granite block pavement laid with grout joints on con- 
crete base and brick sidewalks relaid. (Unfinished work from 1920.). 



Public Works Department. 203 

Engineering $245 76 

Inspection 44 75 

Engineering expense 10 30 

Templets 27 56 

Blocks 234 45 

Amount paid to John Kelly Company, under 
contract : 

Excavating and removing 
the paving materials, 
paving and filling at 
and near abandoned ap- 
proach to Atlantic Ave- 
nue Bridge . . . $400 00 
17 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 5 10 
1,449 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 39c. . 565 11 
1,037 square 3'ards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including hauling away 
old blocks and flagging, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$4.15 ... . 4,511 05 
3,149 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $4 . . . 12,596 00 
162 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel base, sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $2.20 . 356 40 
92 square vards brick side- 
walks laid @ 60c. . 55 20 
1,092 square vards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 40c, 436 80 

14 covers reset @ $3 . . 42 00 

7 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 3 50 

Extra work — Load and 
haul sidewalks brick 
from the Chestnut Hill 
avenue paving yard in- 
stead of from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot: 
19,500 brick loaded and hauled 
from the Chestnut Hill 
avenue paving yard @ 
$5.30 per M . . . 103 35 

Extra work — Remove 
foundation of approach 
to abandoned Atlantic 
Avenue Bridge and re- 
move existing concrete 
base where directed: 
532 hours' labor @ 70c. . . 372 40 

Plus ] 5 per cent on $372.40 55 86 

27 hours, double team, @ 

$1.50 .... 40 50 



Carried forward . . . $19,503 27 $562 82 



204 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward .... 
16 hours, auto truck, @ $4 . 
Extra work — Load and 
haul second-hand gran- 
ite blocks from the 
Chestnut Hill avenue 
paving yard instead of 
from the Massachusetts 
avenue lot: 
1 day, foreman, @ $7 
64 hours' labor @ 50c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $39 . 

32 hours, auto truck, @ 

$4.37^ .... 

24 hours, double team, @ 

$1.50 .... 



Less amount retained 



Less amount paid in 1920, 



$19,503 27 
64 00 



$562 82 



7 00 
32 00 

5 85 

140 00 
36 00 




$19,828 12 
500 00 




$19,328 12 
15,170 18 


4,157 94 

$4,720 76 





Dorchester avenue, from Andrews square to Savin Hill avenue, 
done in 1918 and 1919.) 

Engineering $22 27 

Final payment to William J. Barry for work 

done under contract in 1919 . . . . 2,000 00 



(Work 



$2,022 27 



Dorchester avenue 1 from Park street to Ashmont street. Length 4,665 linear 
feet. Area, 15,832 square yards. Reset edgestone and relaying east 
side of roadway with recut granite blocks, grout joints and concrete 
base and the west side with new blocks on concrete base with asphalt 
joints. The wood block was laid on concrete base with sand joints 
and artificial stone sidewalks were constructed. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expenses 

Advertising . 

Expert services 

Edgestone 

Blocks, wood paving, 4,603 

Blocks, large granite, 166,425 

Blocks, recut granite, 34,825 



Credit : Old granite blocks 
Old sidewalk bricks 



Amount paid to Gore, Inc., 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

57 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 

Carried forward 







$1,091 00 






1,481 10 






49 85 






17 10 






98 90 






271 46 






287 68 






18,766 27 






2,089 50 




$24,152 86 


51,113 51 


) 


26 6( 


) 




i 1 4.n in 








$23,012 76 


$20 0( 


) 


11 4( 


) 



,171 50 $23,012 76 



Public Works Department. 205 

Brought forward . . $1,171 50 $23,012 76 

2,171 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 390 78 
88 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
65c 57 20 

5,800 square yards granite block 
paving laid, concrete 
base, sand bed and as- 
phalt joints, @ $2.59, 15,022 00 

7,900 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving recut 
and relaid, concrete 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $3.06 . 24,174 00 

1,840 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, concrete base, mor- 
tar bed, etc., @ $4.75, 8,740 00 
1 7 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 40c 6 80 

16,500 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks, con- 
crete base and wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ 17c. . . . 2,805 00 

650 square feet artificial 
stone driveways, con- 
crete base and wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid @ 21c. ... 136 50 

4,000 square feet artificial 
stone foundation fur- 
nished and placed @ 
3c 120 00 

47 covers reset @ $33 . . 141 00 

28 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 14 00 

Extra work — relay the 
existing granite block 
pavement with grout 
joints where directed. 
65 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, grout joints, @ 
$1.25 .... 81 25 

Extra work — Haul recut 
blocks from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot. 
112 hours, labor® 40c. . . 44 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $44.80, 6 72 

96 hours, double team @ $1, 96 00 

8 hours, auto truck @ $3.75, 30 00 



$51,897 45 
Less 15 per cent retained, 7,784 62 



44,112 83 
$67,125 59 



206 City Document No. 22. 

Dorchester street (East and West Broadway to East and West Eighth street). 
Length, 1,720 linear feet. Area, 8,066 square yards. Edgestone set. 
Bitulithic pavement laid on concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 

Engineering $655 91 

Inspection 1,060 02 

Engineering expense 28 60 

Advertising 15 50 

Templets 31 12 

Edgestone 359 77 

Expert services 9 90 

Labor 88 00 

$2,248 82 
Credit: Bricks, sidewalk 1,017 70 

$1,231 12 

Amount paid to Samuel J. Toma- 
sello under contract: 
132 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . $39 60 
2,811 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 843 30 
52 cubic yards extra con- 
crete base furnished and 
laid @ $9 468 00 
325 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @$1, 325 00 
904 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, asphalt joints, @ 
$1.65 . . . . 1,491 60 
329 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid in brows of car 
tracks, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $1.50 . 493 50 
6,508 square yards concrete 
base and bitulithic 
pavement furnished 
and laid @ $4.35 . . 28,309 80 
278 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 

@ 60c 166 80 

18 covers reset @ $3 . 54 00 

1 Bradley-head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 . . . 5 00 

10 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 5 00 

Extra work — Regulate 
existing edgestone and 
furnish and lay artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks. 
33,518 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid @ 26c. . . . 8,714 68 

Carried forward . . . $40,806 28 $1,231 12 



Public Works Department. 207 

Brought forward . . . $40,806 28 $1,231 12 
Extra work — Remove 

trees, where directed. 
4 trees removed @ $100 . 400 00 

Extra work — Reinove 

stumps of old trees 

under existing brick 

sidewalk. 
72 hours' labor, @ 40c. . . 28 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $28.80 4 32 

Extra work — Recut old 

paving blocks to be used 

for repaving brow to 

car tracks. 
275 square yards granite 

block recut @, 65c. . 178 75 

Section 1. Article E. 

Overhaul. 
1,406 tons surplus material 

hauled to Old Colony 

avenue (more than one 

mile and less than one 

and one-half miles) § 

mile overhaul at 15c. 

per ton per half mile, 210 90 

84§ tons sidewalk brick hauled 

to L street (instead of 

city paving yard on 

Columbia road at H 

street) one half mile 

overhaul @ 15c. per 

ton per half mile . . 12 68 



$41,751 73 
Less 15 per cent retained, 6,262 76 



35,488 97 
$36,720 09 



Dudley street, from Alexander street to Stoughton street. Length, 1,400 
linear feet. Area, 5,941 square yards. Edgestone set; granite block 
paving laid and relaid; artificial stone sidewalks and driveways con- 
structed. (Unfinished work from 1920.) 

Engineering $131 13 

Inspection 195 58 

Engineering expense 17 60 - 

Blocks, old granite 427 50 

Bricks ' 7 50 

Edgestone 14 17 

Amount paid to DeStefano Brothers under 
contract : 
47 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 60c. . . $28 20 
1,752 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 35c. . 613 20 
62 s q u a r e yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 
$1.50 .... 93 00 



Carried forward .... $734 40 $893 48 



208 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward . . $734 40 $893 48 

855 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including hauling away- 
old blocks and nagging, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$4.50 . . . 3,847 50 

5,564 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
taken up, cleaned, piled 
and relaid, concrete 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints @ $4.40 . 24,481 60 
57 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid @ 75c. . 42 75 
16,607 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 33c. . 5,480 31 

126 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, cone r e t e 
base and wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 

@ 60c 75 60 

2 covers reset @ $3 . 6 00 

4 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 2 00 

Extra work — Relay 
existing granite block 
paving dn gravel base 
with grout joints where 
directed: 

403 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, gravel 
base and grout joints, 
@ $2 806 00 

Section 1, Article E, 
Overhaul: 
77 tons blocks hauled from 
East Fifth street lot 
(instead of from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot) one 
and one half miles over- 
haul @ lie. per ton per 
half mile ... 25 41 

12 tons blocks hauled from 
Centre street near 
Montclair street (in- 
stead of from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot), 
five miles overhaul @ 
lie. per ton per half 
mile .... 13 20 

Extra work — R e c u t 
blocks to connect with 
4-inch work on Colum- 
bia road and clean pitch 
and pebbles from blocks 
furnished by city from 
Massachusetts avenue 
lot: 



Carried forward .... $35,514 77 $893 48 



Public Works Department. 20y 

Brought forward . . . $35,514 77 

66 hours' labor @ 65c. . . 42 90 $893 48 

Plus 15 per cent on $42.90, 6 44 

$35,564 11 
Less amount paid in 1920, 30,925 19 

4,638 92 

$5,432 40 

East Fourth street, from K street across P street. (Work done in 1919 and 
1920.) 
Engineering expense $0 30 

East and West Concord streets, from Albany street to Columbus avenue. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $204 93 

Engineering expense 6 80 

$211 73 

East and West Springfield streets, from Harrison avenue to Columbus ave- 
nue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $242 41 

Engineering expense 5 20 

$247 61 

Exeter street, from Boylston street to Commonwealth avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $65 75 

Engineering expense 10 

$65 85 

Fairfield street, from Boylston street to Beacon street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $184 63 

Engineering expense 3 90 

$188 53 

Franklin street, 60 feet west of Devonshire street to Broad street. (Work 
done in 1920.) 
Engineering $26 00 

Friend street, from Union street to Causeway street. Length, 1,860 linear 

feet. Area, 6,010 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block 
paving laid and relaid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Unfinished work from 1920.) 

Engineering $435 18 

Inspection 411 30 

Engineering expense 3 05 

Edgestone 198 64 

Teaming 16 00 

$1,064 17 
Credit: Bricks, sidewalk 56 00 

$1,008 17 
Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
15 cubic yards extra exca- 
vation @ $2 . $30 00 

Carried forward .... $30 00 $1,008 17 



210 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $30 00 $1,008 17 

3,444 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated 
and removed @ $1 . 3,444 00 

10 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . . 5 00 
93 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 75c. . . 69 75 
2,122 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 636 60 
981 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 

$14 13,734 00 

88 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints @ $1.50 . 132 00 

194 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including hauling away 
old blocks and flagging, 
sand bed and grout 
joints @ $2.65 . . 514 10 

5,816 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, sand bed, grout 
joints @ $2.25 . 13,086 00 

22 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ $1 22 00 

12,247 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface 
furnished and laid (a 

28c 3,429 16 

19 covers reset @ $3 . . 57 00 

1 Bradley head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 . 5 00 

40 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 20 00 

Extra work — Bar out, 
load and haul granite 
paving blocks from area 
occupied by Boston Ele- 
vated Railway track: 
158 square yards granite 
blocks barred out, load- 
ed and hauled @ 50c. 79 00 



$35,263 61 



Less amount paid in 

1920 .... 9,285 97 



25,977 64 

$26,985 81 



Gloucester street, from Boylston street to Beacon street (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $140 81 

Engineering expense 1 40 

$142 21 






Public Works Department. 211 

Green street, from Call street to Centre street. Length, 1,992 linear feet. 
Area, 6,410 square yards. Edgestone reset, Topeka pavement laid 
on macadam foundation and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $235 21 

Inspection 327 48 

Engineering expense 6 95 

Edgestone 478 98 

$1,048 62 
Credit: Bricks, sidewalk 171 50 



Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
12 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $2.50 . . . $30 00 
337 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $3 . . 1,011 00 
29 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 32c. . 9 28 
164 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . 57 40 
3,686 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 1,105 80 
47 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints 

@80c 37 60 

37 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid in driveways and 
edgings, gravel base, 
sand bed and grout 
joints @ $2 . . . 74 00 

6,326 square yards Topeka wear- 
in? surface furnished and 
laid on macadam foun- 
dation @ $2.35 . . 14,866 10 
80 square yards brick side- 
walks relaid % 70c. . 56 00 
23,008 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
. furnished and laid, @ 

26c 5,982 08 

7 covers reset © $3 . . 2100 

881 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 
@ 35c. . . . . 308 35 

5 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 2 50 



$877 12 



23,561 11 
$24,438 23 

Hereford street, from Beacon street to Boylston street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $142 35 

Engineering expense 3 80 

$146 15 



212 City Document No. 22. 

Humboldt avenue, from Walnut avenue to Seaver street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $75 00 



Huntington avenue, (north side), from the east side of Gainsborough street 
to the west side of Hemenway street. Length 1,882 linear feet. Area, 
6,200 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt concrete pavement laid 
on macadam foundation and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $409 12 

Inspection 364 36 

Engineering expense 12 90 

Advertising 3 75 

Expert services 9 90 

Edgestone 436 34 

$1 236 37 
Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk . $205 10 

Blocks, old paving . 20 00 



Amount paid to Andrews Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
798 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $3 . . $2,394 00 
148 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @25c. '. . 37 00 
51 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 1 2 75 
1,242 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 310 50 
59 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 59 00 
28 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in brows of car tracks, 
gravel base, sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $2 . 56 00 
6,113 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer, furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation, 
@ $2.40 . . . . 14,571 20 
138 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ $1 . . . . 138 00 
3,896 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 1c. . . 18 96 
12,831 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 23c 

4 covers reset @ $3 . 

5 courses of brick work 

laid @ 50c. . 



225 10 
1,011 27 



2,951 13 
12 00 




2 50 


20,663 04 

$21,674 31 





Public Works Department. 213 

John Eliot square. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $50 68 

Main street, Ckarlestown, from City square across Alford street. Length, 
5,690 linear feet. Area, 30,685 square yards. Edgestone reset, recut 
granite block pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
Work done in 1919 and 1920. 

Engineering expense $1 80 

Final payment to William J. Barry for work 

done under contract in 1919 and 1920 . . 1,000 00 

$1,001 80 

Market street, from Washington street across Western avenue. Length, 
5,015 linear feet. Area, 22,217 square yards. Edgestone set and 
reset. Simasco pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. (Unfinished work from 1920.) 

Engineering $1,207 97 

Inspection 698 01 

Engineering expense 36 05 

Manhole alterations 75 02 

Edgestone 1,995 17 

Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
under contract: 
5 . 8 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 $29 00 
66 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 198 00 
120 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . 42 00 
670 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 268 00 
7,820 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c, 2,346 00 
56*square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . 56 00 
198 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$4.50 * . 891 00 
3,206 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in driveways and edg- 
ings, gravel base, sand 
bed, grout joints, @ $2, 6,412 00 
18,757^square yards Simasco 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $2.50 . . . 46,892 50 
73,552 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 6c. . . 4,413 18 
70,423 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
andwearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 26c, 18,309 98 

Carried forward .... $79,857 66 $4,012 22 

* Decrease of $0.50 per square yard. 



214 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $79,857 66 $4,012 22 
4,763 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
andwearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid. @33c, 1,571 79 
87 covers reset @ $3 . . 261 00 
135 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 67 50 

1 6 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 . . . 80 00 

Extra work — Haul 
second-hand paving from 
Market street to Bright- 
on Paving Yard, Chest- 
nut Hill avenue: 
58,136 square yards blocks hauled 

to yard @ $10 M. . . 581 36 

Extra work — Cut stump 
in sidewalk and change 
edgestone for special 
catch-basin at Garden 
street : 
5 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

$1 5 00 

31 hours' labor @ 40c. . 12 40 

Plus 15 per cent on $17.40, 2 61 

Extra work — Grade and 
make safe approaches at 
Leicester street, Waver- 
ly street and Western 
avenue : 
27 hours, foreman, @ 87|c, 
270 hours' labor @ 40c. . 
8 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

$1 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$139.63 .... 

95 hours, double team, @ $1, 

1 hour, auto truck, @ $3.50, 

10 feet 6-inch pipe @ 32c. . 

1 bag cement @ 80c. . 

2 feet screen @ 50c. . 



Less amount paid in 1920, 



23 63 
108 00 

8 00 

20 94 

95 00 

3 50 

3 20 

80 

1 00 


$82,703 39 
764 28 



81,939 11 

$85,951 33 



Milford street, from Shawmut avenue to Tremont street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $46 65 

Engineering expense 3 20 

$49 85 

Mt. Vernon street, from Joy street to West Cedar street. Length, 1,200 
linear feet. Area, 4,511 square yards. Edgestone reset, bituminous 
macadam roadway laid and brick sidewalks relaid. (Unfinished work 
from 1920.) 

Engineering $86 30 

Teaming 95 78 

Carried forward . . $182 08 



1,820 


50 


1,304 


10 


66 00 


15 


00 



Public Works Department. 215 

Brought forward 
Amount paid to John W. O'Connell, under $182 08 

contract : 

477 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 39c. . . $186 03 
52 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 20 80 
1,558 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 39c. . . 607 62 
245 square yards existing gran- 
ite block or cobble pav- 
ing relaid, gravel joints, 
@ $1.45 .... 355 25 
1,655 square yards brick block 
paving hauled and 
laid, concrete base, 
cement sand bed and 
grout joints (unfinished) , 
@ $1.10 
1,863 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 70c, 
16,500 bricks loaded and hauled, 
from Chestnut Hill Pav- 
ing Yard, Brighton, @ 
$4 per M. 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 

1 Bradley head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 . 5 00 

Extra work — Omit Items 
la and 76 (hauling and 
laying brick block pav- 
ing, etc.,) and substitute 
excavating, subgrading 
and rolling crushed 
stone: 
4,326 square yards excavation, 
subgrading and crushed 
stone rolled, @ $1.55 . 6,705 30 

Extra work — Break out 
brick laid in cement and 
relay the same and cut 
roots where directed: 
10 hours', foreman, @ $1.10, 
97 hours' labor @ 70c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $78.90, 
3| barrels cement @ $6 

2 cubic yards sand @ $2.50, 

Less amount paid in 1921, 



Northampton street, from Washington street to Albany street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $72 12 

Engineering expense 50 

$72 62 



11 00 




67 90 




11 84 




21 00 




5 00 




$11,202 34 




7,311 74 






3,890 60 




$4,072 68 



216 City Document No. 22. 

Pleasant street, from Stoughton street to Savin Hill avenue. Length, 830 
linear feet. Area, 2,533 square yards. Edgestone set, granite blocks 
laid in dummy of car tracks. Topeka pavement laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering $14 00 

Engineering expense 12 40 

Final payment to Francis J. Burke for work 

done under contract in 1920 .... 994 32 

$1,020 72 

Portland street, from Hanover street to Causeway street. Length, 1,696 
linear feet. Area, 7,266 square yards. Edgestone set, second-hand 
granite block pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, grout joints and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. In connection with this con- 
tract, work was done in Hanover street, Traverse street, Chardon 
street and Causeway street. 

Engineering $437 38 

Inspection 753 63 

Engineering expense 2 40 

Stonecutter 45 00 

Edgestone 691 89 

Blocks, old granite 1,584 82 

$3,515 12 
Credit: Bricks 187 60 



Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
50 cubic yards excavation @ 

$2 $100 00 

7,107 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated and 
removed @ $1 . . 7,107 00 

353 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 50c. . . 176 50 
47 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 75c. . 35 25 
2,327 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 698 10 
1,184 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$14 . . . . 16,576 00 
2,096 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including hauling away 
old blocks and flagging, 
sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $2.65 . . 5,554 40 
5,170 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.25 . 11,632 50 
82 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ $1 . 82 00 

17,221 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ 28c, 4,821 88 
18 covers reset @ $3 . . 54 00 



5,327 52 



Carried forward .... $46,837 63 $3,327 52 



Public Works Department. 217 



Brought forward . . . $46,837 63 $3,327 52 

2 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 . 10 00 

40 courses of brickwork laid 

@50c 20 00 

Section 1, Article E, over- 
haul: 
328 tons granite block hauled 

from District 2, East 

Boston (instead of from 

Massachusetts avenue 

lot), one and one half 

miles overhaul @ lie. 

per ton per half mile . 108 24 

78 tons granite block hauled 

from District 4, Brighton 

(instead of from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot), 

one and one half miles 

overhaul @ lie. per ton 

per half mile ... 25 74 

413 tons granite block hauled 

from District 7, Rox- 

bury (instead of from 

Massachusetts avenue 

lot), one and one half 

miles overhaul @ lie. 

per ton per half mile . 136 29 

Extra work — Bar out, 

load and haul granite 

paving blocks from area 

occupied by Boston Ele- 
vated Railway tracks : 
526 square yards granite blocks 

barred out, loaded and 

hauled, @ 50c. . . 263 00 



47,400 90 

$50,728 42 



Ralston street, northerly side, from Boston street, about 85 feet easterly. 
Work done in 1920. 

Final payment for work done by the Andrews Construction 

Company, under contract, in 1920 $589 50 

Richmond street, from Hanover street to Atlantic avenue. Length, 1,213 
linear feet. Area, 4,678 square yards. Edgestone reset, second-hand 
granite block pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, grout joints, and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $138 74 

Inspection "... 232 04 

Engineering expense 1 65 

Edgestone 93 77 

Blocks, old granite 2,510 10 

$2,976 30 
Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk .... 1200 

$2,964 30 

Carried forward $2,964 30 



218 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $2,964 30 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant Company, under 
contract : 

31 linear feet straight edge- 

stone set @ 50c. . $15 50 

13 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 75c. . . 9 75 
1,670 line ir feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 501 00 
709 cubic yards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $4, 9,926 00 

496 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.50 . 744 00 

2,789 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
including hauling away 
old blocks and flagging, 
sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $2.65 . 7,390 85 

1,889 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and re- 
laid, sand bed, grout 
joints, @ $2.25 
51 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ $1 . 
9,076 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ 28c . 
15 covers reset @ $3 
1 Bradley head catch-basin 
reset @ $5 
32 courses of brickwork laid 

@50c 

Section 1, Article E, Over- 
haul : 
633 tons granite block hauled 
from District 2, East 
Boston (instead of from 
Massachusetts avenue 
lot), one and one half 
miles overhaul @ lie. 
per ton per half mile . 20S 89 

204 tons granite blocks hauled 
from District 7, Roxbury 
(instead of from Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot), one 
and one half miles over- 
haul @ lie. per ton per 
half mile .... 67 32 

Extra work — ■ Remove 
concrete base where di- 
rected and lay new con- 
crete base and relay gran- 
ite block paving with 
grout joints in Hanover 
street, between Elm 
street and Washington 
street : 



4,250 


25 


51 


00 


2,541 
45 


28 

00 


5 


00 


16 00 



Carried forward 



$25,771184 $2,964 30 



Public Works Department. 219 

Brought forward . . . $25,771 84 $2,964 30 

257 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated and 
removed @ $1 . . 257 00 

9 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 2 70 
74 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$14 1,036 00 

885 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.25 1,991 25 

17 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 28c. . 4 76 
Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone, lay concrete base, 
relay granite block pav- 
ing with grout joints and 
lay brick sidewalks and 
artificial stone sidewalks 
in Market street, between 
Canal street and Portland 
street: 

416 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 124 80 

112 linear feet concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$14. . . . . . 1,568 00 

721 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, sand bed, grout 
joints, @ $2.25 . . 1,622 25 

180 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @$1 . 180 00 

875 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearingsur face, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 28c. . 245 00 
Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone, remove and fur- 
nish and lay concrete 
base where directed, re- 
lay granite block pave- 
ment with grout joints 
and lay artificial stone 
sidewalks in Merrimac 
street, between Sudbury 
street and Portl and 
street : 
11 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @$2 . _ . . 22 00 

728 square yards existing con- . 
crete base excavated and 
removed, @ $1 . . 728 00 

377 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c . . 113 10 



Carried forward . . . $33,666 70 $2,964130 



220 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $33,666 70 $2,964 30 

J03 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid, @ 
$14 1,442 00 

859 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and re- 
laid, sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $2.25 . . 1 ,932 75 

3,340 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 2Sc. . 935 20 
Extra work — Bar out, 
load and haul, granite 
paving blocks from area 
occupied by Boston Ele- 
vated Railway tracks in 
Merrimac street: 

J 13 square yards granite block 
barred out, loaded and 
hauled @ 50c. . . 56 50 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone, relay granite block 
paving with grout joints 
and relay brick side- 
walks in Traverse street, 
between Canal street 
and Friend street: 

259 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 77 70 

540 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and re- 
laid, sand bed, grout 
joints, @$2.25 . . 1,215 00 

139 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid@$l . 139 00 



39,464 85 

— $42,429 15 

River street, from bridge over Providence Division Railroad, across Everett 
square. Length, 1,269 linear feet. Area, 6,020 square yards. 
Edgestone reset, recut granite blocks laid in car tracks and brows to 
track, concrete base and grout joints. Topeka pavement laid on 
macadam foundation and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $448 21 

Inspection 634 08 

Engineering expense 23 05 

Relocating pole 28 22 

Edgestone 253 62 

Blocks, old granite recut 2,580 00 

Amount paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
29 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $2.50 ... $72 50 
47.7 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled © $3.70 . 176 49 

Carned forward .... $248 99 $3,967 18 



Public Works Department. 221 

Brought forward . . . $248 99 $3,967 18 

35 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 28c. . . 9 80 
75 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 30 00 
1,785 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 28c. . 499 80 
1 square yard existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.25 . 125 
738 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving recut 
and relaid in car tracks, 
concrete base, sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $5 . . 3,690 00 
219 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
in brows of car tracks, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ $5 . 1,095 00 
5,748 square j^ards Topeka wear- 
ing surface, furnished 
and laid, on macadam 
foundation @ $2.30 . 13,220 40 
6,031 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 6c. . . 361 86 
14,369 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 30c, 4,310 70 
305 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 

@ 35c 106 75 

17 covers reset ©S3 . . 51 00 

11 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c. . . . 5 50 

Extra work — Furnish 
and place plank at rail- 
road fence to support 
sidewalk: 
10 hours, carpenter, @ 90c. 9 00 

20 hours' labor @ 45c. . . 9 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $18 . 2 70 

470 feet B. M. 2-inch by 8-inch 
plank furnished and 
placed @ $60 M. . 28 20 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and construct driveway 
as directed and joint 
edgestone where 
directed: 
22 hours, stone cutter, @ $1, 22 00 

8 hours' labor @ 55c. . 4 40 

Plus 15 per cent on $26.40, 3 96 

23,710 31 

$27,677 49 



222 



City Document No. 22. 



Robert street, from Belgrade avenue to South street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $159 37 

Engineering expense 2.60 

$161 97 



Roxbury street, from Kent street to John Eliot square. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $4 00 

Rutherford avenue, from Cambridge street to Chapman street. (Work done 
in 1920.) 
Engineering expense $0 60 

Rutland street, and Rutland square, from Washington street to Columbus 
avenue. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $128 30 

Engineering expense 4 70 

$133 00 



Sarsfield street, from Tremont street to Grinnell street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 



(Work not started.) 
$41 60 
1 30 
$42 90 



' Seaver street, from Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road. Length, 651 
linear feet. Area, 3,209 square yards. Edgestone set and reset, 
asphalt concrete pavement laid on macadam foundation and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $301 43 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Photographs . 

Expert services 

Edgestone, 273 feet straight 



Credit : Blocks, old granite 
Flagging, old . 







154 64 






2 70 






7 70 






34 00 






9 90 






516 28 




$1,026 65 


$56 0( 


D 


16 O 


) 




79 no 









Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
under contract: 
1 cubic yard rock excavation 



$954 65 



224 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $2.75 . 

274 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
5 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. 

648 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . 

197 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
25c 

Carried forward .... 



$5 00 



616 00 

68 50 

1 50 



149 04 



49 25 

$889 29 



$954 65 



* Done in connection with Columbus avenue. 



Public Works Department. 223 



Brought forward 

40 square yards existing gran- $889 29 $954 65 

ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, © $1 . 40 00 

44 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid in 
brows of car tracks, 
gravel base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.50 . 1 10 00 

3,125 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2.18 .... 6,812 50 

3,442 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 6c. . . . 206 52 

3,532 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 18c. . 635 76 
141 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 25c. . 35 25 
13 covers reset© $3. . 39 00 
Extra work — Furnish and 
lay six (6) inch concrete 
base in dummy and brows 
of car tracks in Columbia 
road to conform with the 
construction already 
there : 
29 square yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$1.75 .... 50 75 
Section 1, Article E, over- 
haul : 
20 tons flagging hauled to 
Chestnut Hill Avenue 
Yard (instead of to High- 
land Street Yard), 3i 
miles overhaul @ 15c. 
per ton per half mile . 21 00 



— 8,840 07 



),794 72 



Shaumut avenue, from Tremont street to Roxbury street, (Work no 
started.) 

Engineering $436 67 

Engineering expense 27 40 

& $464 07 



South street, from Washington street to Belgrade avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $164 81 

Engineering expense 2 00 6 gl 



224 



City Document No. 22. 



Southampton street, from Albany street to Massachusetts avenue. (Work 
not started.) 
Engineering $34 00 

Stoughton street, from Columbia road to Pleasant street. (Work done in 
1920.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Engineering expense 30 

$3 30 

Tremont street, from Dover street to Northampton street. (Work done in 
1920.) 
Recut blocks $2 10 

Walpole street, from Tremont street to Grinnell street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $22 00 

Engineering expense 2 30 

$24 30 



Warren street, from Dudley street to Blue Hill avenue. 
Engineering 



(Work not started.) 
$10 00 



Washington street, from Beach street across Kneeland street. Length, 290 
linear feet. Area, 942 square yards. Edgestone reset, wood block 
pavement laid on concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. (Unfinished work from 1920.) 
Engineering $33 03 



Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Expert services 

Stonecutter 

Blocks, recut granite 

Teaming 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



Amount paid to James Doherty, under con- 
tract: 
15 linear feet circular edgestone 

set @ 39c $5 85 

83 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 30c. . . . 24 90 

135 cubic yards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $11, 1,485 00 

68 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, gravel 
joints, @ $1 . 68 00 

92 square yards granite block 
paving recut and relaid, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
@ $2.23 .... 205 16 

192 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
grout joints, @ $1.85 . 353 28 



24 29 
2 35 

25 02 
5 00 

30 00 
8 00 

$127 69 
42 00 

$85 69 



Carried forward 



J, 142 19 



$85 69 



Public Works Department. 



225 



Brought forward .... 
590 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $5.19 . 
68 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 55c. . 
686 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 32c. . 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 



Less amount paid in 1920 



52,142 19 

3,062 10 
37 40 



219 52 
15 00 

$5,476 21 
4,030 46 



$85 69 



1,445 75 



$1,531 44 



Washington street, West Roxbury, from Archdale road to 75 feet south of 
Corinth street. Length, 3,387 linear feet. Area, 16,559 square 
yards. Edgestone set and reset, gravel sidewalk graded, 5-inch 
granite block pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, each side of track, 
and recut blocks on 6-inch concrete base laid in track location. (Un- 
finished work from 1920.) 



Engineering 




$530 08 


Engineering expense 




25 10 


Edgestone 




186 45 


Lumber 




2 70 


Teaming 




373 20 


Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 




pany : 






6,251 square yards paving barred 






out and blocks recut @ $1.13, 


$7,063 63 




5,654 square yards concrete base 






and basing laid @ $3.52 . 


19,870 40 


26,934 03 


Amount paid to William J. Barry, 


under con- 




tract: 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$100 00 




13 cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $5 


65 00 




4,413 linear feet straight edge- 






stone set @ 30c. . 


1,323 90 




369 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 30c. . 


110 70 




1,397 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 30c. 


419 10 




560 linear feet crushed stone 






and concrete foundation 






furnished and placed @ 






10c. . . . 


56 00 




12,939 square yards granite block 






paving furnished and 






laid, concrete base, sand 






bed and grout joints, @ 






$7.75 . 


100,277 25 




20 square yards granite block 






paving relaid, gravel 






base, sand bed and grout 






joints, @ $2 . 


40 00 





Carried forward 



$102,391 95 $28,051 56 



226 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $102,391 95 $28,051 56 

73 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 36 50 

240 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 6c. . . 14 40 

1,448 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, © 30c. 434 40 
18 covers reset @ $3 . . 54 00 
] Bradley head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 . . . 5 00 

5 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c .... 2 50 

3,248 square yards gravel side- 
walks placed, shaped, 
watered and rolled @ 

30c 974 40 

Extra work — 'Furnish 
and lay granite block 
paving, gravel base, 
grout joints on ap- 
proaches as directed: 
1 16 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, gravel base and 
grout joints, @, $5.75 . 667 00 

Extra work — Grade ap- 
proaches to Murray Hill 
road and place crushed 
stone to back up paving 
at side streets of Wash- 
ington street : 
] dav, foreman, @ $8 . . 8 00 

5i days' labor @ $5.60 . 30 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $38.80, 5 82 

) day, auto truck, @ $35 . 35 00 

29 tons crushed stone placed 

@ $2.75 .... 79 75 

Extra work — Haul exca- 
vated material to Walter 
street at Centre street: 
4 days, auto truck, @ $35 . 140 00 

Extra work — Haul sur- 
plus recut blocks of 
Boston Elevated Rail- 
way Company to Bel- 
grade avenue: 
] day, foreman, @ $8 . . 8 00 

]2§ days' labor @ $5.60 . . 70 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $78 . 11 70 

3^ days, auto truck, @ $35 . 122 50 

Extra work — Replace 
concrete base removed 
by Water Service: 
3§ square yards concrete re- 
placed @ $2.85 . 9 50 
Extra work — Remove 
buried stump in edge- 
stone trench: 



Carried forward .... $105,101 22 $28,051 56 



Public Works Department. 227 

Brought forward . . . $105,101 22 $28,051 56 

1 day's labor @ $5.60 . . 5 60 

Plus 15 per cent on $5.60, 84 

Extra work — Light dum- 
my of track location 
during suspension of 
work by Boston Eleva- 
ted Railway Company: 
I8f days' labor @ $5.60 . ]05 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $105, 15 75 

2,650 lights (breakage and oil) 

@ 10c 265 00 

$105,493 41 
Less amount paid in 1920, 98,837 61 

6,655 80 

34,707 36 

Washington street, from Market street across Tremont street. (Work done 
in 1919 and 1920.) 

Engineering $36 12 

Engineering expense 1 80 

$37 92 

*Washington street, from Corinth street to West Roxbury Parkway. 

Engineering $151 73 

Engineering expense 60 

$152 33 

Washington street, from Dudley street across Columbus avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $1,135 43 

Engineering expense 23 50 

$1,158 93 

Webster avenue, from Hanover street to Unity street. (Artificial stone walk 
constructed.) 

Engineering $30 68 

Inspection 15 34 

Engineering expense 95 

Amount paid to Joseph A. Singarella: 

3,060 square yards of artificial stone laid @ 27c. 826 20 

$873 17 

Weston street, from Tremont street to Columbus avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $11 00 

Engineering expense 1 00 

$12 00 

West Newton street, from Tremont street to Shawmut avenue. Length, 
757 linear feet. Area, 2,885 square yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt 
concrete pavement laid on macadam foundation and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $207 30 

Inspection 176 41 

Carried forward $383 71 

* See Washington street special. 



228 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Engineering expense 
Advertising . 
Expert services 
Edgestone 
Blocks 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



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

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $25 00 

1,143 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $3 . . 342 90 

19 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 4 75 
1,488 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 372 00 
18 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1. . 18 00 
26 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in driveways and edg- 
ings, gravel base, sand 
bed, grout joints, @ $2, 52 00 
2,841 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam founda- 
tion @ $2.40 . . . 6,818 40 
68 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ $1 . 68 00 

10,291 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 23c. 2,366 93 
2 covers reset @ $3 . 6 00 
1 course of brick work laid 

@ 50c 50 



$383 71 


1 


90 


3 


75 


9 


90 


50 09 


23 


?r, 


$473 


10 


285 


25 



$187 85 



10,074 48 
$10,262 33 



STREETS CONSTRUCTED OR IN THE PROCESS OF 
CONSTRUCTION UNDER CHAPTER 393 OF THE 
ACTS OF 1906, AND THE COST CHARGED TO THE 
APPROPRIATION FOR HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Albany street, from Broadway to about 75 feet south of Troy street. 
Length, 821 feet. Area, 5,340 square yards. Edgestone reset, 
granite block paving laid, grout joints on a 6-inch concrete base and 
brick sidewalks relaid on the west side. In connection with this con- 
tract work was done in Oak street, Lehigh street and Broadway. 

Engineering $254 21 

Inspection 318 95 

Carried forward $573 16 



Public Works Department. 



229 



Brought forward 










$573 16 


Engineering expense 










22 90 


Stone-cutter . 










55 00 


Handling stock 










2 00 


Edgestone 










50 10 


Bricks 










954 87 


Teaming . 










12 00 


Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railwaj 


r 


Company for work done and materials fur 




nished 


696 03 




$2,366 06 


Credit: Blocks, old granite 








1 20 



Amount paid to James Doherty, under contract 

3,704 cubic yards filling furnished 
@$1.65 . 
142 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . 
290 square yards existing con- 
crete base excavated and 
removed @ $1 
30 cubic yards wall and foun- 
dation excavated and re- 
moved @ $5 . 
121 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 48c. 

2,606 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 49c. . 

1,005 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$15.25 . . . 
365 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 .50 

2,004 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid, sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $5.77 _ . 

3,857 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and 
relaid, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.40 

1,189 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving taken 
up, cleaned, piled and re- 
laid, gravel base, sand 
bed and grout joints, @ 
$2.49 . . . . 

726 square yards brick side- 
walks iaid (5; 83c. 

1,274 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 59c. . 

8,000 second-hand sidewalk brick 
loaded and hauled from 
Massachusetts avenue lot 
@$4perM. . 
11 covers reset @ $3 
1 Bradley head catch-basin 
reset @ $5 



$2,364 86 



5,111 60 
177 50 



290 00 



150 00 

58 08 

1,276 94 



15,326 25 



547 50 



11,563 08 



9,256 80 



2,960 61 
602 58 



751 66 



32 00 

33 00 

5 00 



Carried forward 



$49,142 60 $2,364 86 



230 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . . $49,142 60 $2,364 86 
19 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c. .... 9 50 

61 linear feet wood fence built 

@ $2.25 .... 137 25 

1 cubic yard concrete back- 
ing furnished and placed 
@ $26 26 00 

Extra Work — Bar out, 
clean, pile and relay ex- 
isting brick block pave- 
ment on a cement mortar 
bed with grout joints in 
Seneca street, from Al- 
bany street about 150 
feet westerly : 
221 square yards existing brick 
block barred out, cleaned 
piled and relaid on ce- 
ment mortar bed, with 
grout joints, @ $1.75 . 386 75 

Extra Work — Remove old 
posts and timber from 
line of widening in Al- 

157 hours' labor @ 70c. . . 109 90 

Plus 15 per cent on $109.90, 16 49 

Extra Work — Furnish and 
lay new wood block pave- 
ment at intersection of 
Albany street and Broad- 
way to meet change of 
grade: 
60 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid @ $5.70 ... 342 00 



$50,170 49 
Less amount paid in 1920 . 11,308 31 



38,862 18 

— $41,227 04 



Alger street, from Dorchester avenue to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $30 67 

Engineering expense 30 

$30 97 

Allenwood street, from Anawan avenue to Pelton road. Length, 507 linear 
feet. Area, 1,468 square yards. Edgestone set, concrete base laid. 
(Work unfinished.) 

Engineering $410 23 

Inspection 523 79 

Engineering expense 9 30 

Advertising 2 07 

Templets 13 41 

Edgestone 1,334 62 

Amount paid to John T. Shea, Jr., under con- 
tract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 
etc $25 00 



Carried forward .... 825 00 $2,293 42 



Public Works Department. 



231 



Brought forward .... 
1,072 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . 
6| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 . 
163 cubic vards extra excava- 
tion® $1.50 . 
230 § tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 
904 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 24c. 
54 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
45 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 14c. . 
1,481 square yards concrete base, 
asphalt binder, sheet as- 
phalt surface layer, fur- 
nished and laid (un- 
finished), @ $1.15 . 

6,200 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ lc. 

8 covers reset @ $3 

5 courses of brickwork laid 
@ 50c 

Less 5 per cent retained 



$25 00 


,340 00 


39 


00 


244 50 


691 


50 


216 


96 


13 


50 


6 


30 



>,293 42 



1,703 15 



62 00 
24 00 

2 50 

1,368 41 
218 42 



4,149 99 



5,443 41 



Arbor way, from Forest Hills street to Morton street. (Work started, no 
payment made.) 

Engineering $389 00 

Inspection 405 77 

Engineering expense 8 30 

Advertising 5 81 



Arbutus street, from Blue Hill avenue to Irma street. Length 727 feet. 
Area, 2,011 square yards. Edgestone set. Topeka roadway laid on 
4 inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $219 90 

Inspection 309 43 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Templets 29 04 

Edgestone, 30 feet straight and 38 feet circular, 157 80 

Teaming .... ... 250 15 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $100 00 

684 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.75 . . . 1,197 00 
8 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $1 ... 8 CO 

Carried forward .... $1,305 00 $967 32 



232 



City Document No. 22. 



$1,305 00 

390 00 

6 00 

427 35 

13 30 

26 25 

15 00 
7,541 25 



$967 32 



Brought forward . 
1 30 cubic yards filling furnished 
@$3 . 

6 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $1 
1,221 linear feet straight edge 
stone set @ 35c. 
38 linear feet circular edge 

stone set @ 35c. 
75 linear feet existing edge 
stone reset @ 35c. . 
5 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in edgings, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout 
joints, @ $3 . 
2,011 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 
@ $3.75 .... 
29 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface, furnished 
and laid, on macadam 
foundation, @ $2.15 
8,119 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 10c. . 
8,357 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 27c, 
11 covers reset @ $3 
2 courses of brickwork laid 
@50c 



Archdale road, from Washington street to South street. Length, 446 feet. 
Area, 1,312 square yards. Grading, edgestone set and reset, Topeka 
pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. Gravel sidewalks constructed and bituminous pavement 
on macadam foundation laid at South street. 



62 35 




811 90 




2,256 39 
33 00 




1 00 






12,888 79 
$13,856 11 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Edgestone, 821 feet straight, 12 small corners 
and 148 feet circular 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 

contract: 

691 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion (3; $1.60 . . $1,105 60 
46 cubic vards extra excava- 
tion @ $2 . . . 92 00 

813 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 27c. . . 219 51 

180 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 54 00 

119 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 35 70 



$120 10 

302 94 

75 

2,040 78 



Carried forward 



$1,506 81 $2,464 57 



Public Works Department. 233 

Brought forward . . $1,506 81 $2,464 57 

1,684 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 
@ $3.60 .... 6,062 40 

268 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface, furnished 
and laid, on macadam 
foundation, @ $2.10 . 562 80 

5,712 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 10c. ... . 571 20 

4,983 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 22c, 1,096 26 
490 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 50c, 245 00 
26 covers reset® $3. . . 78 00 
9 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c .... 4 50 

155 square yards gravel side- 
walks placed, shaped, 
watered and rolled, @ 

50c 77 50 

Extra work — Furnish 
and place cinder found- 
ation under edgestone on 
northerly side of street: 
37 cubic yards cinder founda- 
tion furnished and placed 
@ $2 .... 74 00 

Extra work — Furnish 
and place 2-inch plank 
back of sidewalks on 
north side as directed: 
550 feet B. M. plank furnished 

and placed @ $50, 27 50 

10,305 97 

$ 12,770 54 

Ashland street, from Hyde Park avenue to Wilmot street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering $ 61 36 

Babcock street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Length, 953 feet. Area, 4,141 square yards. Edgestone set, Topeka 
pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalk 
constructed. A wooden fence was built across the end of the street 
at the railroad. 

Engineering $109 18 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Edgestone . ... 

Blocks, recut granite, 177 feet straight 

Teaming 

Carried forward $512 60 



199 


40 


3 


60 


164 


42 


28 


80 


7 


20 



234 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $512 GO 

Amount paid to Rowe Contracting Company, 
under contract: 
2,328 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.90 . . . $4,423 20 
1,389 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 40c. . . 555 60 
148 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

45c 66 60 

460 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 

$12 5,520 00 

49 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid in brows and dum- 
my of car tracks, sand 
bed and grout joints, 
@ $2.25 .... 110 25 

10 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid in edgings, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$2.75 .... 27 50 

4,082 square yards Topeka wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.10 . . 8,572 20 

14,082 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furn i s h e d 
and placed @ 2c. . . 281 64 

12,977 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, @ 

25c 3,244 25 

1,105 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, @ 

27c 298 35 

2 covers reset @$3 . 6 00 



Wood fence furnished, 

built and painted . . 150 00 

$23,255 59 
Less amount paid in 1920, 16,610 15 



6,645 44 
$7,158 04 



Balsam street, from Ashton street to Irma street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $97 27 

Engineering expense 3 30 

Advertising 1 97 

$ 102 54 

Beech street, from West Roxbury Parkway to Belgrade avenue. Length, 
158 feet and extension 541 feet. Area, 700 square yards and exten- 
sion 2,525 square yards. Grading, edgestone set and reset. Topeka 
pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. (Unfinished work from 1920.) 



Public Works Department. 235 



Engineering $43 20 

Inspection 103 55 

Edgestone 186 62 



Amount paid to Rowe Contracting Company, 

under contract: 

388 cubic yards earth excava- 

vation © $1.90 . . $737 20 

419 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 1,257 00 

410 linear feet straight edge- 
set @ 30c 123 00 

6 linear feet circular edge- 

stones and corners set 

@ 30c 1 80 

31 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 9 30 
40 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.25 . 50 00 
722 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid 
@ $4.20 .... 3,032 40 

2,503 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, on mac- 
adam foundation, @ 
$2.30 .... 5,756 90 

2,576 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
laid @ 8c. . . . . 206 08 

2,495 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 27c. 673 65 
81 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid,® 30c. . 24 30 

7 covers reset @ $3 . 21 00 
17 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 8 50 

Extra work — Remove 
four stumps on Beech 
street not shown on plan; 
4 stumps removed . . . 225 00 



$12,126 13 
Less amount paid in 1920 . 2,961 65 



$332 37 



9,164 48 

$9,497 85 



Belgrade avenue, from Anawan avenue to Centre street. Length, 1,903 
feet. Area, 9,642 square yards. Grading, edgestone set and reset. 
Topeka pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base with 9-inch brows to 
car tracks of new granite blocks on 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. 
Artificial stone sidewalks laid from 100 feet east of Belgrade street 
across Anawan avenue. 



230 City Document No. 22. 

Engineering $66 56 

Inspection 130 39 

Fence built 685 13 

Edgestone, 213 feet straight and 2 small corners, 409 23 

Blocks, recut 102 00 

Teaming 220 00 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany: 
2,300 square yards paving barred 

out and blocks recut @ $1.41, $3,243 00 
2,868 square yards concrete base 

and paving laid @ $3.84 . . 11,013 12 



Amount paid to Rowe Contracting Company, 
under contract: 

1,340 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion® $1.90. . . $2,546 00 
1,897 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 569 10 
347 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 
30c. . 104 10 
45 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 13 50 
195 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and 
laid in dummy and 
brows of car tracks, con- 
crete base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $8.50 . 1,657 50 
18 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in driveways and edg- 
ings, concrete base, sand 
bed, grout joints, @ $4, 72 00 
4,588 square yards concrete base 
and Topeka wearing sur- 
face, furnished and 
laid, @ $4.20 . . 19,269 60 
28 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, on ma- 
cadam foundation, @ 
$2.30 .... 64 40 
21,563 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed © 8c. . 1,725 04 
20,970 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, @ 

27c 5,661 90 

593 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, @ 

30c 177 90 

6 covers reset @ $3 . 18 00 

18 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 9 00 



14,256 12 



Carried forward .... $31,888 04 $15,869 43 



Public Works Department. 237 

Brought forward .... $31,888 04 $15,869 43 
294 linear feet wood fence built 

@ $2 . . . . 588 00 

Extra work — Excavate 
track area where direct- 
ed in Belgrade avenue, 
between Belgrade street 
and Anawan avenue: 
261 cubic vards excavation @ 

$2.50 .... 652 50 

Extra work — Reset edge- 
stone and relay gutters 
where necessary, lay 
brows to street car 
tracks and lay Topeka 
pavement on macadam 
base, from 100 feet east 
of Belgrade street across 
Anawan avenue: 
15 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1.90 ... 28 50 
7 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $3 . . 21 00 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 3 00 
412 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 123 60 
378 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.25, 472 50 
100 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel base, grout joints, 
@ $2 . . . . 200 00 
2,426 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid on ma- 
cadam foundation @ 
$2.30 .... 5,579 80 
21 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 8c. . . 1 68 
21 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 27c, 5 67 
Extra work — Remove one 
stump on Belgrade av- 
enue, not shown on plan : 
1 stump removed . . 75 00 
Extra work — Haul recut 
paving blocks to Centre 
street from Belgrade 
avenue: 
16 hours' labor @ 65c. . . 10 40 
Plus 15 per cent on $10.40, 1 56 
i day, auto truck, @ $35 . 17 50 



$39,668 75 
Less amount paid in 1920, 25,803 62 



13,865 13 
29,734 56 



238 



City Document No. 22. 



Boylslon street (northerly side), from Tremont street to Charles street. 

Length, 728 linear feet. Area, 1,115 square yards. Edgestone reset, 

roadway widened and wood block pavement laid. (Work done in 

1920.) 

Engineering 

Advertising 

Expert services 

Edgestone, 143 feet, special, @ $2.30 

Final payment to James Doherty for work done 

in 1920, under contract 

"1,855 12 



$13 00 

1 97 

24 80 

328 90 

1,486 45 



Brenton street, from Glen way street to Greenwood street. Length, 319 
feet. Area, 923 square yards. Edgestone set, bitulithic roadway 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Templets 

Edgestone, 116 feet straight, 19 feet circular and 
2 small corners 

Expert services 



Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk 



Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 



Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

288 cubic yards earth excava 

tion @ $1.20 . 
106 Linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 22c. 

25 linear feet circular edge 
stone set @ 22c. 

510 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 22c. . 

923 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic pavement 
furnished and laid @ 
$3.09 . ..-..■ 

45 square yards bitulithic 
pavement furnished and 
laid on macadam founda- 
tion @ $2.25 
1,625 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . 
3,431 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 24c. . 

55 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 35c. . 

Carried forward . 



$50 00 

345 60 

23 32 

5 50 

112 20 

2,852 07 

101 25 
65 00 

823 44 

19 25 



$105 37 

49 85 

1 95 

4 00 

22 36 

284 50 
7 42 


$475 45 
11 20 



$464 25 



$4,397 63 $464 25 



Public Works Department. 



239 



Brought forward . . . $4,397 63 

3 covers reset @ $3 9 00 

4 cubic yards loam furnished 

© $3.15 .... 12 60 



Broadway, at southeast corner of Washington street. 
Recut blocks 



$464 25 



4,419 23 



$4,883 48 



(Work done in 1920.) 

$14 40 



Canterbury street, at the intersection of Walk Hill street. (Unfinished 
work from 1920.) Length, 279 feet. Area, 1,785 square yards. The 
street was widened, edgestone set, gravel sidewalk built and the new 
widened portion built with tar macadam, 6 inches deep. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Labor, edgestone resetting 

Labor, macadam surfacing 










$53 96 

2 00 

45 12 

454 81 


Teaming 
Steam roller . 










615 40 
279 00 


Gravel, 192^ cubic yards 
Lumber .... 










286 58 
60 07 


Crushed stone, 463.75 tons 










904 52 


Tar binder, 18.71 tons . 










513 41 


Amount paid to Joseph Hal 
7 trees 


iorai 


i for 


rem 


3vin{ 


T 

490 00 



Castleton street, from South Huntington avenue to Jamaica way. 
unfinished.) 

Engineering 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 21 feet straight and 44 feet circular, 

Labor, setting edgestone 

Labor, paving gutters 

Labor, roadway excavating .... 
Teaming 



5,704 87 
(Work 



$64 90 


2 


06 


156 


05 


16 


56 


9 


06 


31 


12 


10 


00 



$289 75 



Centre street, from South street to Spring street. Length, 6,331 feet. 
Area, 42,188 square yards. Grading, edgestone set and reset, Topeka 
pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base with brows to car tracks of new 
granite blocks on 6-inch concrete base with grout joints. Artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. The approach to Centre street beyond 
Spring street was laid with second-hand block, gravel base, grout 
joints. Approaches to Spring street laid with bituminous surface on 
macadam base. 

Engineering $1,948 22 

Inspection 2,248 43 

Engineering expense 56 10 

Edgestone, 1,035 feet straight, 10 small and 1 
large corner, 5 feet circular and 2 special 

stones 1,979 02 

Photographs 40 00 

Templets 54 71 

Building fence 1,115 77 

Teaming 1,070 50 

Plank walk 306 16 



Carried forward 



3,818 91 



240 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward $8,818 91 

Sundries 52 96 

Amount paid to Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany: 
9,353 square yards paving barred 
out and blocks recut @ 

$1.41 $13,187 73 

8,281 square yards concrete base 

and paving laid © $3.84, 31,799 04 



Amount paid to Rowe Contracting Company, 

under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes etc. . $12,020 00 
11,223 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation® $1.90 . . 21,323 70 
79 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $7 . 553 00 
652 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion® $2.50. . . 1,630 00 
327 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, wat- 
ered and rolled, @ $3 . 98100 
7,649 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 2,294 70 
939 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set 
@30c. .... 281 70 
4,393 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . 1,317 90 
3,200 linear feet crashed stone 
and concrete founda- 
tion furnished and 
placed @ 30c. . . 960 00 
208 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel joints, @ 
$1.25 . . . . 260 00 
862 square yards granite 
block paving furnished 
and laid in dummy and 
brows of car tracks, 
concrete base, sand bed, 
grout joints, @ $8.50 . 7,327 00 
18 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid in driveways and 
edgings, concrete base 
sand bed, grout joints, 
@ $4 . . . . 72 00 
225 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, gravel base, 
grout joints, @ $2 . 450 00 
35,967 square yards concrete 
base and Topeka wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $4.20 . . 151,06140 
32 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
<& 70c 22 40 



44,986 77 



Carried forward .... $200,554 80 $53,858 64 



Public Works Department. 241 

Brought forward . . . . $200,554 80 $53,858 64 
107,300 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 8c. . . 8,584 00 

102,670 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks, con- 
crete base and wearing 
surface, furnished and 
laid, @ 27c. . . . 27,720 90 
3,843 square feet artificial 
stone driveways, con- 
crete base and wearing 
surface, furnished and 
laid, ©30c. . . . 1,152 90 

109 covers reset® $3 . . 327 00 

266 courses of brickwork 

laid @ 50c. ... 133 00 

6.85 cubic yards extra con- 
crete base furnished 
and laid® $15 . . 102 75 

450 linear feet ground water 
drain furnished and 
laid @ $1 450 00 

Constructing cap and 

fence .... 850 00 

Constructing wall and 

fence .... 1,900 00 

Extra work — Haul edge- 
stone from South Yard 
to Centre street : 
1,596 linear feet edgestone 

hauled @ 15c. . . 239 40 

Extra work — Remove 
reinforced concrete at 
Billings Field garage: 
22 hours' labor @ 65c. . 14 30 

Plus 15 per cent on $14.30, 2 15 

Extra work — Spread 
filling from Hastings 
street: 

9 days' labor @ $5.20 . 46 80 

Plus 15 per cent on $46.80, 7 02 

Extra work — Remove 

trees as follows : 
One at No. 1162 Centre 

street. 
One at Elgin street. 
One at Pinkham street. 
One stump at Elgin 

street. 
One opposite Church 

street. 
Removing trees and 

stumps .... 475 00 



$247,300 32 
Less amount paid in 1920, 76,595 88 



170,704 44 
$224,563 08 



242 City Document No. 22. 

Centre street, from Allandale street to South street. For details see under 
streets charged to Reconstructing and Repairing Streets bv Contract. 
(Unfinished work from 1920.) 

Engineering $18 50 

Teaming 199 00 

Removing trees 375 00 

Amount paid to Bermudez Company, under 

contract 1,100 71 

$1,693 21 



Charles street, from Beacon street to Cambridge street. Length, 1,839 
feet. Area, 8,960 square yards. Edgestone reset, wood block pave- 
ment laid on 6-inch concrete base. The area between the car tracks 
was paved with new granite block with asphalt joints on a 6-inch con- 
crete base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 510 feet straight, 128 feet circular, 
Blocks, 50,700 large granite .... 
Expert services 

Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk .... 

Removing wall and filling in ... . 

Templets 

Teaming 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant, under contract: 
370 square yards old con- 
crete base removed @ 

$1 $370 00 

494 cubic yards granite, brick 
and concrete steps, 
walls and foundation 
excavated and removed 
@ $2 988 00 

485 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 97 00 
130 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 26 00 
2,886 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 18c. . 519 48 
32 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ $1, 32 00 
1,746 square yards granite 
block pavement laid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and asphalt joints, @ 
$2.75 .... 4,801 50 
195 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel base and grout 
joints, @ $2 . . . 390 00 



$954 36 


1,147 


32 


6 


90 


13 


95 


1,015 


40 


5,713 


89 


361 


36 


$9,213 


18 


321 


20 


$8,891 


98 


160 00 


25 


76 


4 


00 



Carried forward . . . . $7,223 93 $9,08174 



Public Works Department. 



243 



Brought forward .... 


$7,223 98 


$9,081 74 


6,761 square yards wood block 






pavement furni shed 






and laid, concrete base, 






etc., @ $4.45 


30,086 45 




27,274 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 16c, 


4,379 84 




8 covers reset @ $3 


24 00 




10 courses of brickwork laid 






@50c 


5 00 


41,719 27 










$50,801 01 



Chelsea street, from Foss street to Adams street. Street widened and work 
unfinished. Continued from 1919 and 1920; 753 feet edgestone reset, 
30 square yards block paving relaid. 
Engineering 
Inspection 



Labor, edgestone excavating 

Labor, edgestone setting 

Labor, roadway excavating 

Labor, trimming wall . 

Labor, building fence . 

Labor, brick walks relaid 

Labor, filling in sidewalks 

Sand 

Cement . 

Edgestone 

Lumber . 

Nails 

Teaming 



$862 98 

105 85 

131 46 

70 50 

957 04 

35 00 

18 00 

5 28 

62 00 

41 64 

34 84 

95 87 

16 38 

60 

1,010 75 



,448 19 



Chesterton street, from Massachusetts avenue to Allerton street, 
not started.) 

Engineering $67 06 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 1 97 



(Work 



$69 93 



Chestnut Hill avenue, from Commonwealth avenue to Beacon street: 
Length, 795 feet. Area, 4,578 square yards. The street was 
widened, edgestone set and reset, the old roadway was paved with 
asphalt concrete on the old macadam and the new widened portion 
on a 6-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
A rubble masonry wall was built along the westerly street line. 

Engineering $1,015 34 

Inspection 637 14 

Engineering expense 39 80 

Advertising 4 35 

Expert services 7 43 

Photographs 60 00 

Edgestone, 1 ,355 feet straight, 189 feet circular, 3,073 07 

Blocks 12 39 

Flagging 304 40 

Carried forward $5,153 92 



244 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward $5,153 92 

Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $450 00 

2,67] cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . 2,67] 00 
],488 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion ®$3.75 . . • 5,580 00 
6] cubic vards extra excava- 

tiorT@Sl.50 . . • 91 50 

J 19 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 357 00 

1 ,355 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 19c. . . 257 45 
74 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 18 50 
50 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 10 00 
11 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, sand bed, gravel 
joints, @ 70c. . 7 70 
539 square yards granite block 
paving recut and relaid 
in dummy and brows, 
concrete base, sand bed, 
grout joints. @ $3.80 . 2,048 20 
5 square yards existing 
granite block pavement 
relaid in edgings, gravel 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2 . 10 00 
1,874 square yards concrete 
base and asphalt con- 
crete surface laver fur- 
nished and laid @ $3. 10, 5,809 40 
2,149 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer, furnished and laid, 
on macadam founda- 
tion, @ $1.80 . . 3,868 20 
8,063 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 2c. . . 161 26 
13,858 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, @ 
17c. . . 2,355 86 
173 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face furnished and laid, 

@ 40c 69 20 

7 covers reset @ $3 . . 21 00 

15 courses of brickwork laid 

@> 50c 7 50 

85 cubic yards loam hauled 

and placed @ 50c. . 59 50 

Constructing rubble wall, 5,500 00 



Carried forward .... $29,353 27 $5,153 92 



Public Works Department. 



245 



Brought forward .... 

Extra work — Scrape out 
the old joints of old wall 
where directed, repoint 
the same and dress off 
the top to take a flag 
coping to make the old 
wall conform with the 
new one: 

Scraping out joints, etc., 

Extra work — Remove 
four trees on account of 
slope back of wall : 
4 trees removed @ $25 

Extra work — Haul sec- 
ond-hand flagging from 
Chestnut Hill avenue 
paving yard to Chest- 
nut Hill avenue: 
332 hours' labor @ 50c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $66, 

44 hours' double team @ 

$1,124 .... 



,353 27 $5,153 92 



200 00 



100 00 



66 00 
9 90 

49 50 



29,778 67 



$34,932 59 



Chilton road, from Weld street 411 feet northwesterly. Length, 411 linear 
feet. Area, 1,227 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt concrete 
pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Templets 

Edgestone, 744 feet straight, 58 feet circular 

and 8 square corners 

Amount paid to John T. Shea, Jr., under con- 
tract: 

599 cubic yard searth excava- 
tion @ $1.25 . . . $748 75 
5 J cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $6 ... 33 00 
28 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $1.50 ... 42 00 
24 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 72 00 
733 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 24c. . . 175 92 
84 linear feet circular edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . . 21 00 
1 ,223 square yards concrete base, 
asphalt binder, sheet as- 
phalt surface layer, fur- 
nished and laid, @ $2.50, 3,057 50 
199 square yards asphalt 
binder, sheet asphalt sur- 
face layer, furnished and 
laid, on macadam foun- 
dation, @ $1.60 






Carried forivard 



318 40 
1,468 57 



$314 30 

195 70 

2 40 

4 03 

13 41 

1,203 70 



1,733 54 



24G City Document No. 22. 

$1,733 54 



Brought forward .... 

5,000 square feet artificial stone 

foundation furnished and 


$4,468 57 


placed @ lc. . 
6 covers reset @ $3 
12 courses of brickwork laid 


50 00 
18 00 


® 50c 


6 00 



$4,542 57 
Less 5 per cent retained . 227 13 



4,315 44 

$6,048 98 



Clarendon street, from Stuart street to bridge over Boston & Albany Rail- 
road extended and bridge built over railroad tracks. Length, 438 
feet. Area, 1,783 square yards. Edgestone set, granite block pave- 
ment laid with grout joints on a 6-inch concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $577 51 

Inspection 413 25 

Engineering expense 40 00 

Advertising 3 40 

Expert services J 76 21 

Bricks 84 00 

Edgestone, 675 feet straight, 69 feet circular . ] ,458 95 

Amount paid to John McCourt Company, 

under contract: 
8,480 linear feet piles furnished 

and driven @ 90c. . . $7,632 00 
Other materials and work 
not called for by Item 1, 
contract price . . . 104,708 00 
Extra work — Removal of 
brick to permit building 
foundation 150 00 

Extra work — 972 square 
yards concrete base @ 

$2.50 2,430 00 

Extra work — Reinforced 

concrete slab . . . 300 00 



$115,220 00 
Less amount paid in 1920 46,538 01 

Amount paid Gore, Inc., under 
contract : 

384 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 ... $384 00 
2,119 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished and placed @ 

20c 423 80 

20 cubic yards walls and foun- 
dation excavated and re- 
moved @ $2 . . . 40 00 
673 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . . 154 79 
70 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . . 16 10 
] 67 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . . 38 41 



68,681 99 



Carried forward .... $1,057 10 $71,435 31 



Public Works Department. 247 

Brought forward . . . $1,057 10 $71,435 31 

5 cubic yards extra concrete 

base furnished and laid 

@$10 ... . 50 00 

387 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 

sand bed, gravel joints, 

@65c. . . . . 251 55 

1,707 square yards granite block 

pavement furnished and 

laid, concrete base, sand 

bed and grout joints, @ 

$G.75 .... 11,522 25 

76 square yards granite block 

pavement hauled and 

relaid, gravel base, sand 

bed and grout joints, 

@ $1.45 .... 110 20 

8,722 square feet artificial stone 

foundation furnished and 

placed @ 6c. . . . 523 32 

8,722 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks, concrete base 

and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 17c. . 1,482 74 

6 covers reset @ $3 18 00 
3 courses of brick work laid 

@ 50c 1 50 

Building wall and fence . 275 00 

56 tons ledge stone furnished 

@ $2.50 .... 140 00 

99 linear feet wood fence built 

@ $1 .... 99 00 

Extra work — Remove 
covering of sidewalk 
areaways at intersection 
of Clarendon street and 
Stanhope street and fill 
the same: 
9 hours, foreman, @ $1 . . 9 00 

178 hours' labor @ 50c. . . 89 00 

Plus J 5 per cent on $98 . 1 4 70 

15,643 36 

$87,078 67 



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

Engineering $121 26 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Advertising 1 97 

$124 23 



Crescent avenue, at southwest corner of Sydney street. Widened and con- 
structed. Edgestone set, gutters paved and roadway resurfaced 
with asphalt binder on a 6-inch crushed stone foundation. Sand and 
asphalt bills not received. 
Labor, edgestone excavating .... $119 00 

Labor, edgestone resetting 63 22 

Labor, brick walk relaid 7 00 



Carried forward $189 22 



248 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Labor, crushed stone sidewalk filled 
Labor, gutter excavating 
Labor, gutter repaying 
Labor, macadam excavating 
Labor, macadam spreading 
Sand 

Cement . 
Bricks 
Lumber . 

Crushed stone, 344 tons 
Edgestone 
Steam roller, rolling 
Steam roller, picking 
Teaming 



$189 22 


141 12 


187 33 


284 68 


176 11 


346 78 


35 53 


90 


6 00 


2 42 


633 86 


50 92 


121 50 


9 00 


291 00 



,456 37 



Cummington street, from Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany 
Railroad.. Length, 268 feet. Area, 1,056 square yards. Edgestone 
set, Topeka pavement laid on a 6-inch concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. A wooden fence was built across the end of 
the street at the railroad. 



Engineering 




$140 77 


Inspection 




209 62 


Engineering expense 




8 80 


Edgestone 




28 50 


Blocks 




12 00 


Asphalt repairs 




182 52 


Amount paid to Rowe Contracting 


Company, 




under contract: 






273 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ $1.90 . 


$518 70 




169 linear feet straight edge- 






stone set @ 40c. 


67 60 




22 linear feet circular edge- 






stone set @ 45c. 


9 90 




219 linear feet existing edge- 






stone reset @ 40c. . 


87 60 




175 cubic yards concrete base 






furnished and laid @ $12, 


2,100 00 




6 square yards existing gran- 






ite block paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @, $1.50 . 


9 00 




27 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid 






in edgings, sand bed and 






grout joints, @, $2.75 


74 25 




1,023 square yards Topeka wear- 






ing surface furnished and 






laid @ $2.10 . 


2,148 30 




2,323 square feet artificial stone 






foundation furnished and 






placed @ 2c . 


46 46 




2,248 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 25c. . 


562 00 




75 square feet artificial stone 






driveways, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 







Carried forward 



$5,623 81 



$582 '21 



Public Works Department. 249 



Brought forward 

nished and laid, @ 27c, 
Wood fence furnished, built 
and painted 



$5,623 81 
20 25 


$582 21 


140 00 


5,784 06 

$6,366 27 





Cushman road, from Dustin street, to Glencoe street. Length, 945 linear 
feet. Area, 2,910 square yards. Sub-graded, edgestone set, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed: 

Engineering $128 83 

Inspection 178 95 

Engineering expense 1 30 

Edgestone, 466 feet straight .... 880 27 

Amount paid to John J. Lane, under contract: 
1,670 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $2.25 . . . $3,757 50 
4 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $12 . 48 00 
1,709 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 30c. . . 512 70 
112 Un ear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . . 39 20 
17 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints @ $1.25 . 21 25 
13 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$4.50 .... 58 50 
2,838 square yards concrete 
base, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ $4. 1 7, 11 ,834 46 
42 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ $2.75, 115 50 
11,313 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 8c. . . 905 04 
10,474 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, © 28c, 2,932 72 
307 square feet artificial stone 
drive-ways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 
@ 35c 107 45 

16 covers reset® $3 . . 48 00 
Extra work — Con- 
struct entrance not 

shown on plan : 

17 hours stonecutter, @ 

$1.12* .... 19 13 

6 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

S1.12* .... 6 75 



Carried forward .... $20,406 20 $1,189 35 



250 City Document No. 22. 

$1,189 35 



Brought forward 
] 2 hours' labor @ 8H • 

Plus 15 per cent on $35.63, 

3 hours, double team, @ 

$1.50 .... 


$20,406 20 
9 75 
5 34 

4 50 


Less amount paid in 1920, 


$20,425 79 
12,066 93 



8,358 86 



D street, from Claflin street to Fargo street. (Work not started. 

Engineering $149 58 

Engineering expense 3 25 

Advertising 1 97 



),548 21 



$154 80 



East Fourth street, at northeast corner of K street. (Work done in 1920.) 

Sand $7 33 

Cement 70 20 

Blocks 188 00 

$265 53 

Easton street, from North Harvard street to Mansfield street. Length, 
974 linear feet. Area, 2,924 square yards. Edgestone set, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Final payment made to John J. Lane for work 

done in 1920 under contract .... 3,220 93 

$3,221 23 

Elder street, from Columbia road to Humphreys street. Length, 847 
linear feet. Area, 2,484 square yards. Edgestone set, topeka pave- 
ment laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 
1919 and 1920.) 

Edgestone, 109 feet straight .... $232 72 

Final payment to Central Construction Com- 
pany, for work done in 1920, under contract, 2,333 65 



2,566 37 

Eliot street, from Warrenton street to Broadway. (Work not started.) 
Advertising $1 97 

Elmhurst street, from Norfolk street to Southern avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering " $75 19 

Engineering expense 1 30 

Advertising 1 97 



78 46 



Falkland terrace, from Hobart street to Brooksdale road. (Work done in 
1920.) 
Engineering $0 30 

Fargo street, from B street to C street. Length, 533 linear feet. Area, 
1,660 square yards. Sub-grading, edgestone reset, roadway repaved 
with recut granite blocks on a 6-inch concrete base, grout joints. 



Public Works Department. 251 

Engineering $214 03 

Inspection 301 68 

Engineering expense 11 15 

Labor, handling stock 5 00 

Labor, stonecutter 10 00 

Edgestone, 72 feet, 7 inches circular . . . 193 07 

Bricks, 21,200 sidewalk 818 00 

Teaming 12 00 

Amount paid to B. E. Grant Company, under 
contract: 

37 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

50c $18 50 

875 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 30c. . . 262 50 
365 cubic yards concrete base 

furnished and laid @ $12, 4,380 00 

454 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ $1 . . 454 00 

55 square yards granite block 
paving recut, hauled and 
laid, sand bed and grout 
joints, @$2.60. . . 143 00 

2,102 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving recut 
and relaid, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.35 . 4,939 70 

213 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
on existing concrete base, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
@ $2.50 ... . 532 50 

930 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $2.50 . 2,325 00 

438 square yards brick side- 
walks hauled and laid @ 

75c 328 50 

36 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 75c. . 27 00 

9 covers reset @ $3 . . . 27 00 

1 Bradley-head catch-basin 

reset @ $5 . 5 00 

9 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 4 50 

13,447 20 

$15,012 13 

Farquhar street, from Selwyn street to Centre street. Length, 938 linear 
feet. Area, 2,710 square yards. Edgestone set, Topeka pavement 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering . $12 00 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo for work 

done in 1920, under contract .... 2,627 25 



$2,639 25 
Credit: Edgestone 18 11 



$2,621 14 



Freeport street, from Pope's Hill street, southerly. (Work not started.) 
Advertising $1 97 



252 



City Document No. 22. 



Glenville avenue, from Greylock road to Allston street. Length, 1,009 
linear feet. Area, 3,095 square yards. Edgestone set and reset, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 
(Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Final payment to John J. Lane, for work done 

in 1920, under contract 2,947 79 

— $2,948 09 



Grosvenor place, from Cliff street southwesterly, southeasterly and south- 
westerly. Length, 281 linear feet. Area, 3S0 square yards. Edge- 
stone set, granite block pavement laid, retaining wall and fence con- 
structed and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 
1920.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Engineering expense 60 

Final payment to Joseph A. Singarella, for work 

done in 1920, under contract .... 853 94 

— $857 54 



Halifax street, from South Huntington avenue to Pond View avenue' 
Length, 970 linear feet. Area, 2,883 square yards. Edgestone set 
asphalt concrete roadway laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Expert services 

Templets 

Edgestone, 1,060 feet straight, 48 feet circular 

and 2 small corners 

Amount paid to M. DeMatteo, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, etc. $10 00 

982 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . . 982 00 
20 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $1 . 
1,057 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 
95 linear feet circular edgestone 
set @ 25c. 
5 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c . 
7 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement relaid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ $2.75, 
2,883 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face laver furnished and 
laid @ $2.95 . 
2 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid, 
on macadam foundation, 
@ $2 .... 

Carried forward .... 



20 00 

264 25 

23 75 

1 25 

19 25 
8,504 85 

4 00 



$240 71 

218 57 

1 25 

3 50 

7 42 

31 54 

2,146 30 



$9,829 35 $2,649 29 



Public Works Department. 2b'S 

Brought forward . . . $9,829 35 $2,649 29 
5,048 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 10c . 504 80 

6,794 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 20c, 1,358 80 
64 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ $1 . 64 00 
10 covers reset, @ $3 . . 30 00 
2 courses of brick work laid 

® 50c. .... 1 00 

Extra work — Omit the con- 
struction of artificial stone 
sidewalks for tree pits and 
substitute frame openings 
in the artificial stone side- 
walks for tree pits, where 
directed : 
22 tree pits framed @ $1 . 22 00 

11,809 95 

$14,459 24 



Hamlin street, from East Eighth street to Columbia road. (Work done in 
1920.) 
Engineering expense $0 30 

Harvard street, from Fabyan street to beyond Brookview street. (Work 
done in 1919 and 1920.) 
Payment to Rowe Contracting Company, for work done, 
under contract in 1920 $ 371 15 

Hastings street, from Centre street to Corey street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $86 23 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Advertising 9 66 

$96 89 

Hyde Park avenue, from Metropolitan avenue to River street. Length, 
5,454 linear feet. Area, 30,548 square yards. Edgestone set and 
reset, recut granite blocks laid on 6-inch concrete base in car tracks, 
grout joints, Topeka pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base. (Un- 
finished work from 1920.) 

Engineering 

Inspection 



Engineering expense 

Recutting blocks . 

Edgestone. 100 feet straight 

Blocks, 6,000 recut granite . 

Teaming .... 

Amount paid to Martino DeMatteo, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc $2,500 00 

10,363 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @$1.25 . . . 12,953 75 



$210 72 
59,8 18 
46 85 
33 60 
120 29 
360 00 
113 41 



Carried forward .... $15,453 75 $1,483 05 



254 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $15,453 75 $1,483 05 

236 cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $4 944 00 
4 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled, @ $3 . . 12 00 
298 linear feet corners hauled 

and set @ 35c. . . 104 30 

851 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . . 212 75 
3,253 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 25c. . 813 25 
853 square yards granite block 
paving recut, hauled 
and laid, concrete base, 
sand bed, grout joints 
(unfinished), @ $3.27 . 2,789 31 
40 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid, in driveways and 
edgings, concrete base, 
sand bed and grout 
joints, @$2.75 . . 110 00 
25,938 square yards concrete 
base and Topeka wear- 
ing surface furnished 
and laid @ $2.95 . . 76,517 10 
698 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface furnish- 
ed and laid, on macadam 
foundation, @ $1.90 . 1,326 20 
93,492 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished 
and placed @ 2c. . . 1,869 84 
85,540 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surf ace fur- 
nished and laid, @ 20c, 17,108 00 
7,952 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete 
base and wearing sur- 
face, furnished and laid, 

@ 30c 2,385 60 

128 covers reset @ $3 . 384 00 

2 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset @ $5 10 00 

145 courses of brickwork laid 

© 50c 72 50 

Extra work- — Omit the 
hauling of straight 
edgestone from the 
South End Yard, 
Albany street. A de- 
duction of nine (9) 
cents per linear foot 
is to be made from 
the price bid for haul- 
ing and setting 
straight edgestone: 
5,917 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set, but not 
hauled, @ 26 . . 1,538 42 



Carried forward .... $121,651 02 $1,483 05 



Public Works Department. 255 

Brought forward . $121,(551 02 $1,483 05 

Extra work — R emove 

two (2) trees and one 

(1) stump and trim 

one (1) tree: 

Removing two trees, 

etc 330 00 

Extra work — Remove 
edgestone already set 
and reset same in new 
location on east side, 
south of Arlington 
street : 
5 hours, foreman, @ 94c. . 4 70 

12 hours, edgestone setter, @ 

$1.13 .... 13 56 

83£ hours' labor @ 70c. . . 58 45 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$76.71 ... 11 51 

5i hours, auto truck, @ $4.38, 24 09 

5 5 hours, double team, @ 

$1.25 .... 6 88 

Extra work — Con- 
struct additional 
driveways a s directed 
and reset edgestone 
due to settlement : 
7 days, edgestone setter, 



$9 .... 


63 


00 


23| days' labor © $5.60 . 


129 


50 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$192.50 


28 


88 


2 days, double team, @ $10, 


20 


00 


4 bags cement @ $1.50 


6 


00 


Extra work — Grade 






approaches a s di- 






rected : 






\ day, foreman, @ $7.50 


1 


88 


4£ days, foreman, @ $6.67 . 


28 35 


15| days' labor @ $5.60 . 


87 


50 


41 f days' labor @ $3.20 . 


133 


60 


Plus 15 per cent on 






$251.33 


37 


70 


] ! days, double team, @ $10, 


12 


50 


5f days, double team. @ $8, 


46 


00 


5 day, steam roller, @ $18 


9 


00 


3 day, auto truck, @ $35 . 


17 


50 


Extra work — Place 






extra framing and 






construct arti- 






ficial stone blocks in 






eighty-four (84) open- 






ings left by removal of 






trolly and corporation 






poles : 






Constructing artificial 






stone blocks, etc. 


312 


00 



Carned forward .... $123,033 62 $1,483 05 






256 City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward . . . $123,033 62 $1,483 05 

Less amount 
paid in 

1919 and 

1920 . $62,163 13 



Less amount 
retained . 7,080 71 



69,243 84 

53,789 78 



Amount paid to John McCourt Company, 
under contract: 

3,474 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
recut and relaid (in 
car tracks), concrete 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $4.48 $15,563 52 

2,317 square yards granite 
blocks r e c u t (at 
Massac hus e 1 1 s 
avenue lot) hauled 
and laid in car tracks, 
concrete base, sand 
bed, grout joints, 
@ $4.73 . . . 10,959 41 

Extra work — Reset 
manhole covers as 
directed : 
5 covers reset @ $3 . 15 00 

8 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c. ... 4 00 

Extra work — Replace 
concrete base re- 
moved by Eastern 
Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company: 
18f square yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ 
$2.50 .... 46 67 



$26,588 60 



Less amount paid in 

1920 .... 22,544 49 



Amount paid to Gore, Inc., 2,214 cubic yards 

excavation @ $2 4,428 00 



4,044 11 

$63,744 94 



Imrie road, from Cambridge street to Allston street. Length, 620 linear 
feet. Area, 1,276 square yards. Subgraded, edgestone set, asphalt 
concrete pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $230 93 

Inspection 162 31 

Engineering expense 2 30 

Advertising 3 20 

Templets 30 12 

Edgestone, 893 feet straight, 26 feet straight, 

6 specials and 11 small corners . . . 1,939 45 

Carried forward $2,368 31 



Public Works Department. 257 

Brought forward $2,368 31 

Expert services 7 42 

Amount paid to Charles M. Callahan, under 
contract : 

654 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $490 50 
2^ cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $3 ... 7 50 

3 cubic yards excavation be- 

low subgrade @ $1 . 3 00 

960 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 192 00 

98 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 
21c 20 58 

25 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c . . 5 00 
510 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
25c. . ... . 127 50 

6 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$2.50 .... 15 00 

1,266 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @ $3 ... 3,798 00 

4 square yards asphalt con- 

crete pavement furnished 
and laid on macadam 
foundation @ $2 . 8 00 

4,960 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . . . 198 40 

4,700 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, (5) 21c. . 987 00 
260 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ 24c. . 62 40 
8 covers reset @ $3 . . 24 00 
Extra work — Furnish 
stonecutter to cut 
straight edgestone to set 
on curve and haul sur- 
plus new straight edge- 
stone to Brighton Paving 
Yard: 
12 hours' labor @ 40c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $4.80 
4 hours, double team, @ $1 

5,948 40 

?,324 13 

Kenton road, from Washington street, 844 feet easterly. (Work done in 
1919.) 
Final payment to Rowe Contracting Company for work done 

in 1919, under contract $464 83 



4 80 




72 




4 00 






5,948 40 





258 



City Document No. 22. 



Kilmarnock street, from Boylston street to Queensberry street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $27 22 

Engineering expense 1 00 

$28 22 

Lawnioood place, from Main street northeasterly. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $77 27 

Engineering expense 1 75 

Advertising 1 97 

$80 99 



Liberty square, from Oliver street to Batterymarch street, 
started.) 
Advertising 



(Work not 
$1 97 



Marie street, from Mt. Ida road to Percival street. 

Engineering 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 



(Work not started.) 
$69 47 
2 30 
1 97 
$73 74 



Melton road, from W^allingford road to Colonial road. Length, 455 linear 
feet. Area, 2,143 square yards. Subgraded, edgestone set, asphalt 
concrete pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed, and the loam spaces graded and seeded. 



Engineering 




$505 06 


Inspection 




241 57 


Engineering expense 




17 25 


Advertising 




3 20 


Templets 




23 56 


Expert services .... 




7 42 


Edgestone, 584 feet straight, 211 fee 


it circular 




and 10 small corners 




1,745 37 


Amount paid to Charles M. Callah 


an, under 




contract : 






Removing trees, bushes, 






etc 


$10 00 




S66 cubic yards earth excava- 






tion @ 75c. 


649 50 




4^ cubic yards rock excava- 






tion @ $3 ... 


13 50 




133 cubic vards extra excava- 






tion below subgrade @ 







47 § tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $2.50 

539 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 20c. 

245 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 21c. 

] 58 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 

361 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 
25c 

Carried forward .... 



133 00 



118 75 

107 80 

51 45 

31 60 



90 25 



$1,205 85 $2,543 43 



Public Works Department. 259 

Brought forward . $1,205 85 $2,543 43 

7 square yards granite block 

paving hauled and laid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ $3 . 21 00 

] ,905 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @ $3 ... 5,715 00 

231 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2 . . . . 462 00 

3,656 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . . . 146 24 

3,027 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 21 c. . 635 67 
629 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 24c. . 1 50 96 

8 covers reset @ , $3 . . 24 00 
4 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 2 00 

368 square yards loam space 

graded and seeded @ 25c. 92 00 

Extra work — Ram, bar 
and puddle trenches 
where directed: 
J 4 hours, foreman, @ 87|c. . 12 25 

100 hours' labor @ 40c. . 40 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $52.25, 7 84 

Extra work — Furn i s h 
stonecutter to cut 
straight edgestone to set 
on curve and haul sur- 
plus new straight edge- 
stone to Brighton Pav- 
ing Yard: 
28 hours, stonecutter, © $1 . 28 00 

24 hours' labor @ 40c. . . 9 60 

Plus 15 per cent on $37.60, 5 64 

8,558 05 

$11,101 48 



Metealf street, from Dudley avenue to Penfield street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $108 47 

Engineering expense 1 80 

Advertising 1 97 

$112 24 



Mt. Ida road, from Robinson street to 234 feet south of Marie street. 
(Work done in 1919.) 

Engineering $3 00 

Engineering expense 60 

3 60 



260 



City Document No. 22. 



Morton street, from Forest Hills avenue easterly for 1,200 feet, 
not started.) 

Engineering $594 69 

Engineering expense 10 

Advertising 7 78 



(Work 



$602 57 



McCraw street, from Belgrade avenue to West Roxbury Branch Railroad. 
Length, 131 linear feet. Area, 380 square yards. Edgestone set, 
Topeka pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed 
(Work done in 1920.) 
Edgestone, 110 feet straight . . . . $187 00 

Final payment to Martino DeMatteo for work 

done in 1920, under contract .... 288 39 

$475 39 



Oriole street, from Bellevue street to Emmons road. Length, 426 linear 
feet. Area, 1,237 square yards. Edgestone set, asphalt concrete 
pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed. 
Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising 
Expert services 
Edgestone, 841 feet straight, 38 feet circular 

and 4 small corners 

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

etc. . . . . $5 00 

438 cubic yards earth excava- 

rion @ $1 ... 438 00 

3 cubic yards rock excavation 



$130 42 


69 


02 


2 


40 


3 


50 


7 


42 


1,722 


39 



11 cubic yards extra excava- 
tion @ $1 
833 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
51 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 25c. 
6 square yards granite block 
pavement hauled and 
laid, concrete base, sand 
bed and grout joints, 
@$3 .... 

1,237 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @ $2.95 . 
54 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2 .... 

3,637 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 10c. . 

3,514 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ 20c. . 

Carried forward .... 



15 00 

11 00 
208 25 

12 75 



18 00 



3,649 15 



108 00 



363 70 



702 80 



,531 65 $1,935 15 



Public Works Department. 



2bl 



Brought forward .... 
123 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ $1 
5 covers reset @ $3 
4 courses of brickwork laid 

@50c 

Extra work — Remove 
cinders already placed 
and omit the construc- 
tion of artificial stone 
sidewalks and substitute 
loam space where di- 
rected : 
158 square yards loam fur- 
nished and placed @ 90c. 
16 hours' labor @ 40c. 
4 hours, foreman, @ 75c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $9.40, 
4 hours, double team, @ $1, 



,531 65 $1,935 15 



123 00 
15 00 



2 00 



142 


20 


6 


40 


3 


00 


1 


41 


4 


00 



5,828 66 



$7,763 81 



Parkwood terrace, from Parkton road to Jamaicaway. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $136 80 

Engineering expense 2 00 

Advertising 4 03 

Edgestone, 50 feet circular 132 11 



274 94 





$279 25 




203 23 




1 80 




6 75 




7 43 




38 22 


circu- 






3,496 71 




72 00 



P< rdiac street, from Tremont street to Hillside street. Length, 936 linear 
feet. Area, 2,782 square yards. Graded, edgestone set, asphalt 
concrete pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Expert services .... 

Templets 

Edgestone, 1,751 feet straight, 
lar and 8 small corners 

Blocks 

Amount paid to John McCourt 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc 

611 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation @ $1.25 . 
144 cubic yadrs rock excava- 
vation @ $5 . 
1,743 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 25c. . 
66 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 35c. . 
52 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 35c. 



Carried forward 



40 



Company, 



$5 00 



763 75 

720 00 

435 75 

23 10 



18 20 



L,965 80 $4,105 39 



262 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward .... 
33 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ 
$3.50 .... 

3 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid 
in driveways and edg- 
ings, concrete base sand 
bed and grout joints, 
@ $3.50 .... 
2,743 square yards concrete 
base and asphalt con- 
crete surface layer fur- 
nished and laid @ $3.10, 

3 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2.60 . . . . 
41 square yards existing brick 
sidewalks relaid @ 50c, 



$1,965 80 $4,105 39 



115 50 



10 50 



8,503 30 



7 80 
20 50 



10,327 square feet artificial stone 




foundation furnished 




and placed @ 4c. . 


413 08 


10,327 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks, concrete base 




and wearing surface fur- 




nished and laid @ 21c . 


2,168 67 


9 covers reset @ $3 . 


27 00 


Extra work — Lower three 




(3) areaways to grade at 




the easterly corner of 




Pontiac and Tremont 




streets, building num- 




bered 1542 Tremont 




street. 




12 hours, mason @ $1 . 


12 00 


12 hours, tender @ 75c. 


9 00 


Plus 15 per cent on $21 . 


3 15 


4 bags cement @ 80c. . 


3 20 


300 brick @ $30 per M . 


9 00 


1 cubic yard sand @ $2 


2 00 

i ^ °7n ^n 




10,i/U ou 




17,375 89 



Pond View avenue, from Perkins street to Moraine street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $89 44 

Engineering expense 1 80 

Advertising 1 97 

$93 21 



Public Alley No. 710, from East Brookline street to East Newton street. 
Length, 372 linear feet. Area, 553 square yards. Edgestone set, 
granite block pavement laid, artificial stone sidewalks and concrete, 
retaining wall constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 
Recut blocks $210 44 



Carried forward 



$210 44 



Public Works Department. 



263 



Brought forward $210 44 

Sand 66 00 

Final payment made to John Landis for work 

done in 1920 , under contract .... 707 11 



$983 55 



Public Alley No. 818, from St. Stephen street about 690 feet westerly. 
Length, 693 linear feet. Area, 616 square yards. Edgestone set, 
granite block pavement laid, artificial stone sidewalks and concrete 
retaining walls constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 

Recut blocks $256 56 

Teaming .... .... 256 78 

Final payment made to John Landis for work 
done in 1920, under contract .... 1,093 74 

$1,607 08 



Public Alley No. 909, from Massachusetts avenue to Hemenway street. 
Length, 379 linear feet. Area, 414 square yards. Edgestone set, granite 
block pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, artificial stone sidewalks 
construted and concrete wall constructed. 






Engineering 




$319 40 


Inspection 




364 33 


Engineering expense .... 




15 70 


Blocks, 18,100 recut granite 




1,086 00 


Bricks 




7 50 


Edgestone, 343 feet 5 inches straight, 


2 special 








728 84 


Amount paid to DeStefano Brothers, under con- 




tract : 






Removing trees, bushes, etc., 


$10 00 




165 cubic yards earth excavation 






@ $2.50 .... 


412 50 




328 linear feet straight edgestone 






set @ 50c 


164 00 




16 linear feet straight edgestone 






set in mortar @ 70c. . 


11 20 




13 linear feet circular edgestone 






set @ $1 . 


13 00 




53 linear feet existing edgestone 






reset @ 75c. 


39 75 




391 linear feet concrete backing 






for edgestone furnished and 






placed @ 40c. . . . 


156 40 




9 square yards existing granite 






block paving relaid, gravel 






joints, @ $1.50 . 


13 50 




414 square yards granite block 






paving hauled and laid, 






concrete base, sand bed and 






grout joints, @ $4.40 


1,821 60 




10 square yards brick sidewalks 






hauled and laid @ $1 . 


10 00 




39 square yards existing brick 






sidewalks relaid at 75c. 


29 25 




132 square feet artificial stone 






sidewalks, concrete base 






and wearing surface, fur- 






nished and laid, @ 40c. . 


52 80 




3 covers reset @ $3 . 


9 00 





Carried forward 



$2,743 00 $2,521 77 



264 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $2,743 00 $2,521 77 

42 jo cubic yards concrete wall 

constructed (© $17 . . 724 20 

Extra work — Omit the set- 
ting of edgestone in mortar 
and concrete backing for 
same and substitute the 
furnishing and building of 
concrete wall to finished 
edgestone grade where 
directed . . . . 588 00 



4,055 20 
$6,576 97 



Ruxton road, from Ridge road to Rugby road. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $54 00 

Engineering expense 1 00 

Advertising 1 97 

$56 97 

South street, from Centre street about 270 feet easterly. Length, 309 linear 
feet. Area, 1,164 square yards. Edgestone reset, filling, sheet 
asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 



Engineering 




$47 09 




Inspection 




53 68 




Engineering expense 




10 75 




Amount paid to the Bermudez Company, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








etc 


$1,500 00 






1,613 cubic yards gravel filling 








furnished @ $2.50 . 


4,032 50 






310 tons crushed' stone fur- 








nished, placed, watered 








and rolled, @ $4 


1,240 00 






6 linear feet straight edge- 








stone set @ 45c. 


2 70 






616 linear feet existing edge- 








stone reset @ 40c. . 


246 40 






25 square yards existing gran- 








ite bloc k paving relaid, 








gravel joints, @ $1.50 


37 50 






1,164 square yards bituminous 








concrete binder and as- 








phalt wearing surface, fur- 








nished and laid, on mac- 








adam foundation, @ 








$2.89 .... 


3,363 96 






4,613 square feet artificial stone 








foundation furnished 








and piaced @ 12c. 


553 56 






4,613 square feet artificial stone 








sidewalks, concrete base 








and wearing surface, fur- 








nished and laid, @ 35c. . 


1,614 55 






263.6 linear feet wood fence built 








@ $2.25 .... 


593 10 








$13,184 27 




Less amount paid in 1 920 . 


7,674 63 


5,509 64 




Done in connection with Centre street, 


$5,621 


16 



Public Works Department. 265 

Stanhope street, from Morgan street to Trinity place. Length, 654 linear 
feet. Area, 2,005 square yards. Edgestone reset, granite block 
pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base, grout joints, near Morgan 
street, the roadway was paved with second-hand granite blocks, 
grout joints on gravel base. Artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $267 93 

Inspection 



Engineering expense 

Advertising . 

Expert services 

Edgestone, 41 feet straight, 8 feet, 9 inches 

circular 100 92 



275 25 
3 35 
3 40 

7 43 



$658 28 
Credit: Bricks, old sidewalk .... 41 30 



$616 98 



Amount paid to Gore, Inc., under contract: 
416 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ $1 . . . . $416 00 
1,153 cubic yards filling furnished 

and placed @ 20c. . . 230 60 

37 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . . 8 51 
10 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 23c. . 2 30 
854 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 23c. . . 196 42 
350 linear feet edgestone 
hauled, stored and reset 

@20c 70 00 

176 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
sand bed, gravel joints, @, 
65c. ... 114 40 

1,196 square yards granite block 
paving furnished and laid, 
concrete base, sand bed 
and grout joints, @ $6.75, 8,073 00 
767 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ $1.45 1,112 15 

42 square yards brick block 
pavement hauled and laid, 
sand bed, grout joints, @ 
$1.15 . .... 48 30 

133 square yards, existing brick 

sidewalks relaid @ 40c. . 53 20 

4,219 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed® 6c. . . . 253 14 

4,173 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @ 17c. . 709 41 
46 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface, fur- 
nished and laid, @, 19c. . 8 74 



Carried forward .... $11,296 17 $616 98 



266 City Document No. 22. 

Brought forward . . . $11,296 17 $616 98 

14 covers reset® $3. . . 42 00 
2 Bradley head catch-basins 

reset® $5. . . . 10 00 
12 courses of brickwork laid 

@50c 6 00 

28 linear feet wood fence built 

@ $1 .... 28 00 



11,382 17 
$11,999 15 



Stuart street, from Clarendon street to Trinity place. Length, 268 linear 
feet. Area, 1,371 square yards. Subgraded, edgestone set, bitu- 
lithic pavement laid and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $17 00 

Advertising 1 97 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

290 cubic vards earth excava- 
tion® $3 .... $870 00 
119.5 cubic yards gravel filling 

furnished @ $2.50 . . 298 75 

20 cubic yards granite, brick 
and concrete walls and 
foundation, excavated 
and removed, @ $5 
380 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 45c. 
51 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 45c. 
280 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 45c. . 
1 1 cubic yards extra concrete 
base furnished and laid 
in Trinity place @ $12 . 
330 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @$1 . 
1,200 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic wearing 
surface furnished and laid 
@ $4.38 .... 5,256 00 

171 square yards bituminous 
wearing surface furnished 
and laid in Trinity 
place, @$2.29 . . 391 59 

109 square yards existing brick 

sidewalks relaid ®$1 . 109 00 

5,191 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 12c. . . . 622 92 

5,191 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 29c. . 1,505 39 
6 covers reset © $3. . . 18 00 
2 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c 1 00 



100 00 


171 00 


22 95 


126 00 


132 00 


330 00 



Carried forward .... $9,954 60 $18 97 



Public Woeks Department. 



267 



Brought forivard 

Extra work — Load and 
deliver second-hand gran- 
ite paving blocks from 
Massachusetts avenue 
lot to Stuart street: 
72 hours' labor @ 75c. 
Plus 15 per cent on $54 
2 days' auto truck @, $35 
Extra work — Grade gravel 
sidewalks where directed : 
556 square yards gravel side- 
walks graded @ 35c. 



Less amount paid in 1920 



$9,954 60 



54 00 

8 10 

70 00 



194 60 

),281 30 
5,425 71 



$18 97 



1,855 59 



1,874 56 



Tlwrndike street, from Commonwealth avenue to Brookline line. Length, 
144 linear feet. Area, 616 square yards. Subgraded, edgestone set, 
asphalt concrete pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed. 

Engineering $72 35 

Inspection 65 19 

Engineering expense 20 

Advertising 3 20 

Expert services 7 42 

Templets 32 62 

Edgestone, 260 feet straight, 31 feet circular 

and 2 small corners 590 47 

Amount paid to Charles M. Callahan, under 
contract : 

167 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion @ 75c. . . . $125 25 
10 tons crushed stone fur- 
nished, placed, watered 
and rolled @ $2.50 . 25 00 
263 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . . 52 60 
38 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 21c. . . 7 98 
3 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . . 60 
5 square yards existing 
granite block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, @ 70c, 3 50 
8 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement re- 
laid, concrete base, sand 
bed and grout joints, @ 
$2.50 .... 20 00 
555 square yards concrete base 
and asphalt concrete sur- 
face layer furnished and 
laid @ $3 . . . 1,665 00 
48 square yards asphalt con- 
crete pavement surface 
layer furnished and laid 
on macadam foundation 
@ $2 .... 96 00 

Carried forward .... $1,995 93 $771 45 



268 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
1,198 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . 
1,219 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 21c, 
2 covers reset @ $3 
2 cubic yards loam furnished 



$1,995 93 


$771 45 


47 92 




255 99 
6 00 




6 00 


2,311 84 





$3,083 29 



Tilton street, northwesterly from Fellows street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $47 24 

Engineering expense 90 

Advertising 1 97 



$50 11 



Tremont street (westerly side), from Park street to Boylston street. 

done in 1920.) 

Engineering 

Expert services 

Final payment to James Dohertj for work done 

in 1920, under contract 



$22 00 
24 80 

3,092 75 



(Work 



5,139 55 



Washington street (south side), from Tremont street to Nonantum street- 
Roadway widened. Length, 112 feet. Asphalt area, 300 square 
yards. Edgestone reset, asphalt macadam roadway constructed and 
artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Unfinished work from 1920.) 

Engineering $84 00 

Inspection 

Labor, sidewalks 

Labor, roadway 

Cement . 

Sand 

Crushed stone 

Steam roller . 

Teaming 

$368 59 



6 


50 


19 


75 


38 


81 


67 


77 


14 


43 


114 


60 


9 


00 


13 


71 



Wensley street (south side), from Bickford avenue to Bucknam street. 
(Work not started.) 
Advertising $1 97 



Whitten street, from Dorchester avenue to Althea street. Length, 1,017 
linear feet. Area, 3,098 square yards. Edgestone set. Bitulithic 
pavement laid on 4-inch concrete base and artificial stone sidewalks 
constructed with a loam space. 

Engineering $190 28 

Inspection 196 54 

Engineering expense 40 

Advertising 4 00 

Expert services 7 41 

Templets . 22 36 

Edgestone, 230 feet straight, 59 feet circular 

and 6 small corners 640 06 



Carried forward 



$1,061 05 



Public Works Department. 269 

Brought for war, I ... . . $1,061 05 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company, 
under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

etc. ' $5 00 

668 cubic yards earth excava- 
tion® $1.20 ... 801 60 
5| cubic yards rock excava- 
tion @ $5 ... 27 50 
201 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 22c. . . 44 22 
79 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 22c. . . 17 38 

67 linear feet existing edge- 

stone reset @ 22c. . . 14 74 

3,098 square yards concrete base 
and bitulithic pavement 
furnished and laid @ 
$3.09 .... 9,572 82 

477 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 4c. . . . 190 08 

1,186 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 24c. . 284 64 
116 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 35c. . 40 60 

68 linear feet curbing fur- 

nished and laid @$l . 68 00 

13 covers reset @ $3 . . 39 00 

7 courses of brickwork laid 

@ 50c. .... 3 50 

3 cubic yards loam furnished 

@ $3.15 .... 9 45 

127 square yards loam graded 

and seeded @ 20c. . 25 40 

10,972 93 

$12,033 99 

Wilbur street, from Upham avenue to Cushing avenue. Length, 335 linear 
feet. Area, 828 square yards. Edgestone set, Topeka pavement laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Final payment made to Central Construction 
Companv for work done in 1920, under 

contract 410 37 

$410 67 

William Jackson avenue, from Chestnut Hill avenue to Academy Hill 
road. Length, 500 linear feet. Area, 957 square yards. Sub- 
graded, edgestone set, sheet asphalt pavement laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks constructed. (Work done in 1920.) 

Engineering expense $0 30 

Final payment made to John J. Lane for work 

done in 1920, under contract .... 1,106 II 

$1,106 41 



270 



City Document No. 22. 



STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Congress street, Post Office square and Milk street, from State street across 
Federal street. Length, 1,035 linear feet. Area, 5,868 square yards. 
Wood block pavement laid on 6-inch concrete base and the area be- 
tween the car track was paved with new granite block with asphalt 
joints on a 6-inch concrete base. 

Engineering $S26 91 

Inspection 752 68 

Engineering expense 2 40 

Advertising 7 30 

Expert services, inspection of wood blocks . 165 80 

Blocks, large granite 1,532 31 

Amount paid to Coleman Brothers, Inc., under 
contract: 



925 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid @ $8 . 
704 square yards granite block 
pavement laid in dummy 
of car tracks, sand bed 
and asphalt joints, @ $2 
309 square yards existing gran- 
ite block pavement relaid, 
sand bed and grout joints, 
@ S1.90 .... 
5,070 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished and 
laid, mortar bed, sand 
joints and covering sand, 
@ $2.70 ..... 
31 square yards existing wood 
block pavement relaid, 
mortar bed, sand joints 
and covering sand, (5> $1, 
6 covers reset @ $3 
Extra Work — Reset edge- 
stone, break out and re- 
lay artificial stone side- 
walks and relay brick 
sidewalks where directed 
16 hours, foreman, @ $1 . 
3 hours, paver, @ $1 

3 hours, rammer, @ 80c. 
16 hours, finisher, @ $1 . 
48 hours' labor @ 35c. 

Plus 15 per cent on $54.20 

4 hours, auto truck, @ $3.50 
30 bags cement @ 92c. 
38 cubic feet sand @ 6c. . 

4 tons crushed stone @ $3 



$7,400 00 



1,408 00 



587 10 



13,689 00 



31 00 
18 00 



: 

16 00 


3 00 


2 40 


16 00 


16 80 


S 13 


14 00 


27 60 


2 28 


12 00 



23,251 31 



$26,538 71 



La Grange street (north side), from Centre street to Landseer street. 

Length, 1,005 linear feet. Area, 9,020 square feet. Edgestone set 
and reset, granite block gutters laid and artificial stone sidewalks con- 
structed. 

Engineering $19 16 

Inspection 61 36 

Carried forward $80 52 



Public Works Department. 271 



Brought forward $80 52 

Amount paid to Joseph Todesca, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, etc., $15 00 

868 linear feet straight edge- 
stone set @ 27c . . 234 36 
52 linear feet circular edge- 
stone and corners set @ 

27c 14 04 

72 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 27c. . . 19 44 
210 linear feet crushed stone 
and concrete foundation 
furnished and placed @ 

30c 63 00 

99 square yards granite block 
paving hauled and laid, 
gravel joints, @ $1.35 . 133 65 

112 square yards existing gran- 
ite block paving relaid, 
gravel joints, ©$1 . . 112 00 

1 square yard existing flag- 
ging crosswalks relaid, 
gravel joints, @, 50c. . 50 

9,020 square feet artificial stone 
foundation furnished and 
placed @ 10c. . . . 902 00 

7,555 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 27c. . 2,039 85 
345 square feet artificial stone 
driveways, concrete base 
and wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid @ 50c. . 172 50 
Extra work — Omit full 
width artificial stone side- 
walks, from Sturgis road 
to Landseer street and 
substitute six (6) foot 
artificial stone walk with 
twelve (12) inch loam 
space and ten (10) tree 
pits 8 feet by 4 feet by 
3 feet, 6 inches deep: 
Furnishing and placing 

loam, etc 425 00 



$4,131 34 
Less amount paid in 1920 . 1,192 25 

2,939 09 

$3,019 61 






272 



City Document No. 22. 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 
Maintenance — Paving Service. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Adams street 

Ashmont street 

Avenue Louis Pasteur. 

Babson street 

Blue Hill avenue 

Calumet street 

Canterbury street .... 

Carson street 

Chickatawbut street . . 

Cliffmont street 

Corey street 

Crescent avenue 

Cross street 

Dalton street 

Dickens street 

Dil worth street 

East Third street 

Elm Hill avenue 

Everett street 

F street 

Fairland street 

Falmouth street 

Farragut road 

Fen wood road 

Francis street 

H street 

Harrison avenue 

Harvard street 

Lake street 

London street 

Mead street 

Moraine street 

Morton street 

Carried foruarrl . . 



Percival street to Robinson street 

Carruth street to Adams street 

Longwood avenue to Fenway 

Norfolk street to the railroad bridge 

Schuyler street to Seaver street 

Tremont street to Hillside street 

Morton street to Angell street 

Crescent avenue to about 300 feet northerly 

Neponset avenue to Glide street 

Canterbury street to 1,140 feet southerly 

Moulton street to Medford street 

Dorchester avenue, across Carson street 

Bartlett street to High street 

Falmouth street to the railroad 

Clayton street to Adams street 

Northampton street to Camden street 

H street to L street 

Warren street to Seaver street 

Aldie street to 550 feet north of North Beacon street . 

Broadway to West Eighth street 

Mt. Pleasant avenue to Moreland street 

Norway street to Belvidere street 

Extension of 

Huntington avenue to Brookline avenue 

Huntington avenue to Pilgrim road 

East Broadway to Columbia road 

At intersection of Eustis street 

Morton street to Brookview street 

Commonwealth avenue to the Seminary gate 

Porter street to 118 feet south of Bennington street. 

Russell street to Main street 

Centre street to Jamaicaway 

Forest Hills street to Canterbury street 



$740 50 

4.917 49 
2,315 90 

289 80 
2,302 45 

255 50 

388 51 
1,283 55 
1,426 00 

863 57 
1,315 28 
3,124 99 
1,115 98 
2,500 54 
4,162 10 

2.918 03 
469 18 

2,026 37 
313 70 
392 70 
119 35 

1,251 22 
275 00 

5,118 01 

8,666 47 
520 91 

1.037 53 
964 97 
210 16 
485 01 

3,240 16 

539 39 

516 53 

$56,066 85 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 

, OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY DIVISION, PAVING SERVICE FORCE, CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION '-MAINTENANCE." 




PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 
OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY DIVISION - PAV1 NG SERVICE EnRCE. CHARGED V STREET 






IH'-W-H 1 









c ^) 



Public Works Department. 



273 



Maintenance. — Continued. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Brought forward . 

Morton street 

Northern avenue. . . . 

Richfield street 

River street 

St. Cecilia street 

Sachem street 

San ford street 

Saratoga street 

Sigourney street 

Summer street 

Union Park street. . . 

Vine street 

Walnut avenue 

Warren street 

Western avenue 



Harvard street to Canterbury street 

At viaduct 

Columbia road to Olney street 

Mattapan square to Everett square 

Belvidere street to Boylston street 

Calumet street to Parker Hill avenue 

Washington street to Morton street 

Butler avenue to Belle Isle inlet 

Glen road to Walnut avenue 

East First street to drawbridge 

Tremont street to Shawm ut avenue 

Tufts street to Moulton street 

Sigourney street to Columbus avenue 

Brookline line to 176 feet east of Cambridge street. 
North Harvard street to Charles river 



Due from Street Improvements 

Due from Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 

Due from Highways, Making of 

Due from Washington Street, West Roxbury 



5,740 06 

732 00 

103 00 

18 75 



$56,066 85 

22,624 08 

L'.<;23 18 

6,530 12 

9,021 10 

771 43 

397 66 

999 58 

1,019 61 

2,941 59 

3,647 52 

981 92 

87 60 

4,948 77 

465 38 

634 75 



$113,761 14 



99,593 81 



Total. 



$213,354 95 



Charged to Special Appropriations. 



Amounts. 







$24,301 50 




1,361 53 


Washington street, West Roxbury 




1,2 63,953 57 


Total 


$89,616 60 






1 Amount due to Paving Service 

i Amount due to Highways, Making of 


$18 75 

56 95 


75 70 






Total 


$89,540 90 







2 Washington street (Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract). 



274 



City Document No. 22. 



Charged to Appropriation for Granolithic Sidewalks. 



Streets. 



Limits 



Amounts. 



Beacon street. . . 
Blue Hill avenue 



Brooks street 

Bynner street 

Corey street 

Cowper street 

Euclid street 

Fairbanks street. . . . 
Hernenway street. . . 
Hernenway street. . . 

Linden street 

Maple street 

Moore street 

Oak street 

Orchard street 

Peterborough street. 

Pine street 

South street 

Sycamore street. . . . 
Wachusett street. . . 



Repairing artificial stone 
sidewalks. 



Total . 



South side, at Brookline avenue 

West side, from 217 feet south of Goodale road to 
Wellington Hill streets. 



Hobart street to Faneuil street 

Creighton street to Day street 

Centre street to Weld street 

Moore street about 300 feet easterly 

Washington street to Withington street 

Washington street to Faneuil street 

West side. Museum square about 230 feet northerly. 
East side, Batavia street to Gainsborough street. . . . 

Brighton avenue to Commonwealth avenue 

Oak street to Pine street 

Pennington street to Cowper street 

Hyde Park avenue to Maple street 

Centre street to Pond street 

At Xos, 40 and 42 

Hyde Park avenue to Maple street 

Archdale road to Washington street 

Ashland street to Florence street 

Weld street to Walk Hill street 



Amount due from Street Improvements. 
Total 



$460 66 
2,800 55 

30 

1,280 47 

230 63 

2,334 09 

2,951 12 

6,168 71 

519 30 

424 58 

30 

154 43 

4,761 38 

151 40 

5,672 76 

116 43 

3 20 

11,270 94 

200 00 

9,780 30 

585 09 



$49,926 64 



73 18 



$49,999 82 



Charged to Appropriation for Reconstructing and Repairing Streets 

by Contract. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Adams street 

Amory street 

Arlington street 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 
Asphalt street repairs 

Carried forward 



King street to Minot street 

Green street to 140 feet north of Atherton street. 
Market street across Leicester street 



$10 80 

14 00 

5,153 07 

»8,214 23 

2 64,872 45 



$78,264 55 



1 See, also, Schedule A. 



2 See Maintenance. 



Public Works Department. 



275 



Charged to Appropriation for Reconstructing and Repairing Streets 
by Contract. — Continued. 



Streets. 


Limits. 


Amounts. 






$78,264 55 
49,260 33 










96 95 






443 30 






15 00 


Bituminous paved street 
repairs. 


See asphalt and bitulithic repairs. 


67 61 






345 40 






20 00 




230 feet northeast of Maverick street to Porter street . . 


11,051 96 




41 10 






i 8,192 52 

42,839 24 

4,914 71 

14,827 70 

48 35 






















84,482 36 






50 84 






62,049 15 
55,960 26 










5 00 






31 00 






37 35 






32 20 






2,636 60 




Dorchester Avenue Bridge to West Second street 


4,720 76 
2,022 27 






67,125 59 






36,720 09 






5,432 40 


East Fourth street 


St ,- to..: 


30 






211 73 


streets. 
East and West Spring- 




247 61 


field streets. 




65 85 










$532,260 08 









1 See Highways, Making of. 



276 



City Document No. 22. 



Charged to Appropriation for Reconstructing and Repairing Streets 
by Contract. — Continued. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Brouyht forward . 

Fairfield street 

Franklin street 

Friend street 

Gloucester street. . . . 

Green street 

Hereford street 

Humboldt avenue. . . 
Huntington avenue. . 
John Eliot square. . . 

Main street 

Market street 

Milford street 

Mt. Vernon street. . . 
Northampton street. 

Pleasant street 

Portland street 

Ralston street 

Richmond street 

River street 



Robert street 

Roxbury street 

Rutherford avenue 

Rutland street and Rut- 
land square. 

Sarsfield street 

Seaver street 

Shawmut avenue 

South street 

Southampton street 

Stoughton street 

Tremont street 

Walpole street 

Warren street 

Washington street 

Washington street 

Car -ied forward 



Boylston street to Beacon street 

60 feet west of Devonshire street to Broad street 

Union street to Causeway street 

Boylston street to Beacon street 

Call street to Centre street 

Beacon street to Boylston street 

Walnut avenue to Seaver street 

North side, Gainsborough street to Hemenway street.. . 



City square across Alford street 

Washington street across Western avenue 

Shawmut avenue to Tremont street 

Joy street to West Cedar street 

Washington street to Albany street 

Stoughton street to Savin Hill avenue 

Hanover street to Causeway street 

Boston street, about 85 feet easterly (north side) . 
Hanover street to Atlantic avenue 



Bridge over Providence Division, railroad across Everett 
square. 

Belgrade avenue to South street 

Kent street to John Eliot square 

Cambridge street to Chapman street 

Washington street to Columbus avenue 



Tremont street to Grinnell street 

Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road 

Tremont street to Roxbury street 

Washington street to Belgrade avenue. . 
Albany street to Massachusetts avenue. 

Columbia road to Pleasant street 

Dover street to Northampton street 

Tremont street to Grinnell street 

Dudley street to Blue Hill avenue 

Market street across Tremont street. . . . 
Beach street across Kneeland street. . . . 



$532,260 08 

188 53 

26 00 

26,985 81 

142 21 

24,438 23 

146 15 

75 00 

21,674 31 

50 68 

1,001 80 

85,951 33 

49 85 

4,072 68 

72 62 

1,020 72 

50,728 42 

589 50 

42,429 15 

27,677 49 

161 97 

4 00 

60 

133 00 

42 90 

9,794 72 

464 07 

166 81 

34 00 

3 30 

2 10 

24 30 

10 00 

37 92 

1,531 44 



$831,991 69 



Public Works Department. 



277 



Charged to Appropriation for Reconstructing and Repairing Streets 
by Contract. — Concluded. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Brought forward . 
Washington street . . . 
♦Washington street . . 
Washington street. . . 

Webster avenue 

Weston street 

West Newton street . 
Total 



Archdale road to 75 feet south of Corinth street. 

Corinth street to West Roxbury Parkway 

Dudley street across Columbus avenue 

Hanover street to Unity street 

Tremont street to Columbus avenue 

Tremont street to Shawmut avenue 



Amount due from Street Improvements $2,038 53 

Amount due to Paving Service 732 00 



Total. 



$831,991 69 

34,707 36 

152 33 

1,158 93 

873 17 

12 00 

10,262 33 



,157 81 



1,306 53 



),464 33 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 



Streets. 


Limits. 


Amounts. 




Dorchester avenue to New York, New Haven & Hartford 


$41,227 04 








30 97 






6,443 41 






80? 88 






13,856 11 






12,770 54 






61 36 


Babcock street 


Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. . 


7,158 04 
102 54 






9,497 85 






29,734 56 






1,855 12 






4,883 48 






14 40 






3,704 87 






289 7.", 






224,563 08 






1,693 21 










$358,695 21 









*<See Washington street special. 



278 



City Document No. 22. 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. — Continued. 



Stbeets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Brought forward. . 

Charles street 

Chelsea street 

Chesterton street 

Chestnut Hill avenue 

Chilton road 

Clarendon street 

Colberg avenue 

Crescent avenue 

Cummington street. . . 

Cushman road 

D street 

East Fourth street. . . . 

Easton street 

Elder street 

Eliot street 

Elmhurst street 

Falkland terrace 

Fargo street 

Farquhar street 

Freeport street 

Glenville avenue 

Grosvenor place 

Halifax street 

Hamlin street 

Harvard street 

Hastings street 

Hyde Park avenue . . . 

Imrie road 

Kenton road 

Kilmarnock street. . . . 



Beacon street to Cambridge street 

Foss street to Adams street 

Massachusetts avenue to Allerton street 

Commonwealth avenue to Beacon street 

From Weld Hill street, 411 feet northwesterly 

Stuart street to Columbus avenue 

Beech street to West Roxbury Parkway 

At northwest corner of Spring street 

Commonwealth avenue to Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Dustin street to Glencoe street 

Clafiin street to Fargo street 

At northeast corner of K street 

North Harvard street to Mansfield street 

Columbia road to Humphreys street 

Warrenton street to Broadway 

Norfolk street to Southern avenue 

Hobart street to Brooksdale road 

B street to C street 

Selwyn street to Centre street 

From Pope's Hill street southerly 

Greylock road to Allston street 

Cliff street southwesterly 

South Huntington avenue to Pond View avenue 

East Eighth street to Columbia road 

Fabyan street to beyond Brookview street 

Centre street to Corey street 

Metropolitan avenue to River street 

Cambridge street to Allston street 

Washington street, 844 feet easterly 

Boylston street to Queensberry street 

Lawnwood place Main street northeasterly 

Liberty square Oliver street to Batterymaich street 

Marie street Mt. Ida road to Percival street 

Melton road Wallingford road to Colonial road 

Metcalf street ' Dudley avenue to Penfield street 

Mt. Ida road Robinson street to 234 feet south of Marie street 

Carried forward 



•J358.695 21 

50,801 01 

3,448 19 

69 93 

34,932 59 

6,048 98 

87,078 67 

124 23 

2,456 37 

6,366 27 

9, .548 21 

154 80 

265 53 

3,221 23 

2,566 37 

1 97 

78 46 

30 

15,012 13 

2,621 14 

1 97 

2,948 09 

857 54 

14,459 24 

30 

371 15 

96 89 

63,744 94 

8,324 13 

464 83 

28 22 

80 99 

1 97 

73 74 

11,101 48 

112 24 

3 60 



$686,162 91 



Public Works Department. 279 

Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. — Concluded. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Brought forward .... 

Morton street 

McCraw street 

Oriole street 

Parkwood terrace 

Pontiac street 

Pond View avenue 

Public Alley No. 710.... 
Public Alley No. 818. . . . 
Public Alley No. 909.... 

Ruxton road 

South street 

Stuart street * 

Stanhope street 

Thorndike street 

Tilton street 

Tremont street 

Washington street 

Wensley street 

Whitten street 

Wilbur street 

William Jackson avenue. 

Total 



Prom Forest Hills avenue easterly for 1,200 feet. . . . 
Belgrade avenue to West Roxbury Branch Railroad. 

Bellevue street to Emmons road 

Parkton road to Jamaica way 

Tremont street to Hillside street 

Perkins street to Moraine street 

East Brookline street to East Newton street 

St. Stephen street about 090 feet westerly 

Massachusetts avenue to Hemenway street 

Ridge road to Rugby road 

From Centre street about 270 feet easterly 

Clarendon street to Trinity place 

Morgan street to Trinity place 

Commonwealth avenue to Brookline line 

Northwesterly from Fellows street 

West side, Park street to Boylston street 

South side, Tremont street to Nonantum street. . . . 
South side, Bickford avenue to Bueknam street ... 

Dorchester avenue to Althea street 

dishing avenue to Upham avenue 

Chestnut Hill avenue to Academy Hill avenue 



Less amount due to Paving Service $103 00 

Less amount due to Street Improvements 06 30 



Amount due from Washington street, West Roxbury. 
Total 



$169 30 
56 9.5 



$686,162 91 

602 57 

475 39 

7,763 81 

274 94 

17,375 89 

93 21 

983 55 

1,607 08 

6,576 97 

56 97 

5,621 16 

1,874-56 

11,999 15 

3,083 29 

50 11 

3,139 55 

368 59 

1 97 

12,033 99 

410 67 

1,100 41 



$761,662 74 



112 35 



$761,550 39 



* See Special Appropriation for Stuart Street. 

Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. 



Streets. 


Limits. 


Amount. 






$2,443 73 
816 60 










969 39 






1,030 44 






334 84 










$5,595 00 







280 City Document No. 22. 

Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. — Continued. 



Stheets. 



Limits. 



Amount. 




$5,595 00 


86 


14 


2,186 57 


1,706 


61 


4 


00 


10,893 


•is 


3,334 


37 


588 


68 


1,408 


Hi 


8,563 


53 


762 


15 


3,750 


32 


2,630 


15 


508 


70 


35 


25 


978 


78 


87 


10 


18,207 04 


1,329 


79 


3,971 


71 


356 


28 


2,929 


11 


414 


76 


1,732 


89 


3,093 


72 


26,538 


71 


1,878 82 


4,569 


60 


976 


io 


8,136 


65 


1,463 


57 


8,133 


3-' 


* 5,194 


27 


717 


76 


3,752 


86 


t 




$136,516 54 



Brought forward . 

B street 

Baker street 

Bay State road 

Beacon street 

Beech street 

Bennington street . . , 
Blue Hill avenue. . . . 
Boutwell street 
Boylsto i street .... 
Braddock park 



Brooks street 

Brown avenue .... 
Bunker Hill street . 
Bunker Hill street. 
Burroughs street. . 

Bynner street 

Cambridge street . . 

Carver street 

Cedar street 

Centre street 

Charles street 

Chestnut street . . . 

Clifton street 

Columbia road. . . . 



Congress street. Milk 
street and Post Office 
square. 

Cowper street 

D street 

Douglass street 

Dudley street 

East Canton street. . . 

Everett street 

Fairbanks street 

Fairmount avenue. . . . 

Forest Hills street .... 

Foundry street 

Carried forward . . . 



West Broadway to West Second street 

Centre street to Newton line 

Granby street to Ashley street 

At Brookline line 

Poplar street to West Roxbury Parkway . . . 

Walley street to Leverett avenue 

Stratton street to Talbot avenue (east side). 

Train street to Neponset avenue 

Centre street to Amory street 



Columbus avenue to New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad. 



Faneuil street to Hobart street 

Poplar street to Blakemore street 

Bates street to Chelsea street 

Jackson street to Edgesworth street 

Centre street to Pond street 

Creighton street to South Huntington avenue 

Charles river to railroad bridge 

Eliot street to Boylston street 

River street to Manchester street 

Forbes street to Boylston street 

Cambridge street to Fruit street (west side) 

Charles street to River street 

Dudley street to Shirley street 

Buttonwood street to bridge over Mt. Vernon street. . 
From State street, across Federal street 



Moore street to Byron street 

Dorchester avenut to West Eighth street. . . 

Columbia road to East Eighth street 

Washington street to Eliot square 

Harrison avenue to Washington street 

Orleans street to Jeffries street 

Washington street to Faneuil street 

Everett square to Midland Division Bridge. 
Lotus street to 500 feet south of Glen road . 
At intersection of Macallen street 



See Granolithic Sidewalks. 



j Included in cost of Macallan street. 



Public Works Department. 



281 



Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. — Continued. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amount. 



Brought forward .... 

Freeport street 

Freeport street 

Geneva avenue 

George street 

Grove street 

Hancock street 

Harrison avenue 

Havre street 

Heath street 

Hemenway street 

Hemenway street 

Hyde Park avenue 

Hyde Park avenue 

Hyde Park avenue 

Jerome street 

Jersey street 

Judson street 

King street 

L street 

La Grange street 

La Grange street 

London street 

Lonsdale street 

Macadam street repairs. 

Macallen street 

Magnolia street 

Meridian street 

Mill street 

Milton avenue 

Moore street 

Morton street 

Xeponset avenue 

Newburg street 

Oakland street 

Oakland street 

Paris street 

Park street 

Carried forward. . . . 



Pope's Hill street to the bridge 

133 feet east of Dorchester avenue to New York, New 

Haven & Hartford Railroad. 
Vinson street, across Park street 



Shirley street to Magazine street 

Washington street to Dedham line 

Columbia road to Bowdoin street 

Dover street to Union Park street 

Meridian street to Bennington street 

Parker street to Bromley street 

Batavia street to Gainsborough street 

At Museum road 

Tower street to Ashland street 

Ashland street to Morton street 

River street to Milton street 

Hancock street to Everett avenue 

Boylston street to VanNess street 

West Cottage street to Brookford street 

Adams street to Neponset avenue 

East Fourth street to East Broadway 

Centre street to Landseer street (north side) . 

Washington street 300 feet westerly 

Porter street to Sumner street 

Adams street to Dorchester avenue 



Dorchester avenue to Foundry street 

Lawrence avenue to Dudley street 

Condor street 224 feet northerly 

Rutherford avenue to Essex street 

Beacon street to Highland avenue 

Bennington street to Cowper street 

Forest Hill street to Canterbury street 

Hyde Park avenue to Canterbury street 

Beech street to Belgrade avenue 

Hobart street to Bennett street 

600 feet north of Washington street to Faneuil street. . . 

Meridian street to Bennington street 

Adams street to Old Colony Railroad Bridge 



$136,516 


54 


4,171 


27 


210 00 


2,533 50 


3,036 


95 


4,000 


85 


1,816 62 


3,948 67 


3,948 52 


5,489 


5H 


4 


OH 


4 00 


908 


83 


979 


26 


2,365 


45 


110 50 


228 


on 


9,194 


46 


4,629 


30 


1,756 85 


3,019 


61 


2,090 03 


2,263 


01 


4,114 


14 


31,306 


47 


2,845 


28 


8,823 


01 


882 


OS 


415 


20 


944 


66 


2,434 


15 


445 83 


3,961 


85 


2,242 


52 


99 


57 


338 


73 


3,143 


81 


16,406 92 


$271,631 


50 



282 City Document No. 22. 

Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. — Concluded. 



Streets. 



Limits. 



Amounts. 



Beought forward . 

Park street 

Peterborough street. . 

Pleasant street 

Poplar street 

Posen street 

Ralston street 

St. Ann street 

Salcombe street 

Sawyer avenue 

Schuyler street 

Shawmut avenue. . . . 

Sherwood street 

South street 

South street 

Spring street 

Stanhope street 

Sumner street 

Train street 

Trenton street 

Union Park street. . . 
Wachusett street. . . . 

Waldeck street 

Wapping street 

Washington street. . . 
Washington street . . . 
Waumbeck street. . . . 
Wellington street. . . . 
West Fourth street. . 
Windermere road . . . 
Total 



Centre street to Martin street 

At Nos 40 and 42 

Warren street to Monument square 

Canterbury street to Hyde Park line 

Minden street to Arklow street 

Dorchester avenue to Boston street 

South street to Hampstead street 

Stoughton street to Cushing avenue 

Pleasant street to beyond Cushing avenue 

Blue Hill avenue to Elm Hill avenue 

West Newton street to Pembroke street (west side) . 

Florence street to Ashland street 

Washington street to Mosgrove avenue 

Arboretum entrance to railroad bridge 

Gardner street to 100 feet north of railroad bridge. . 

Berkeley street to Morgan street 

Stoughton street to East Cottage street 

Victory road to Ashmont street 

Bartlett street to Bunker Hill street 

Harrison avenue to Albany street 

Walk Hill street to Weld Hill street 

Tonawanda street to Melville avenue 

Chelsea street to Water street 

Eldon street to Fenelon street 

Circuit street to Dale street (east side) 

Warren street to Crawford street 

Columbus avenue to railroad 

B street to C street 

Stoughton street to Cushing avenue 



Due to Paving Service $98,740 06 

Due to Granolithic Sidewalks 73 18 

Due to Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract 2,038 53 



Due from Highways, Making of. 



$100,851 77 
66 30 



$271,631 50 

10,042 68 

3 00 

2,500 01 

14,530 48 

2,133 14 

871 19 
4,328 82 
2,865 25 
6,470 65 
2,163 14 

698 40 
3,586 43 
7,080 14 
2,744 91 
4,139 61 

952 56 
5,788 84 
6,825 09 
2,479 27 
1,809 45 
4,545 25 
5,184 46 
2,414 51 
5,511 76 
4,443 76 
6,234 15 

879 79 

5,748 70 

2,889 93 

$391,496 87 



100,785 47 
$290,711 40 



Public Works Department. 



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New Edgestones. (Does not include work done on streets laid out and 

constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Setting. Linear Feet. 



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557 
959 
265 

1,996 
298 

2,498 
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244 
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336 


1,806 
1,221 
1,970 
4,939 
1,987 
1,159 

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1,144 

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333 


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2,907 
1,520 
2,230 
2,393 
8,225 
4,751 
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10,296 
1,637 
6,928 
3,378 
7,189 
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1 ,573 


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2,716 

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4,547 

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662 

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1,359 

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331 
638 
524 

54 
999 


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21,325 
12,432 
20,187 
12,581 
20,107 
8,757 


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1920 


324 
87 
30 


4,962 
3,540 


1921 


359 


1,800 


4,530 


Totals.. 


16,405 


8,352 


635 


14,758 


31,350 


43,154 


19,014 


4,984 


138,652 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 

and constructed under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Laying. Square Yards. 



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647 


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1914 


762 

287 


379 

465 








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585 


2,258 


1915 




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666 


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2,164 


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322 




















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6,562 


3,783 




150 


80 


1,142 


3,950 


446 


15,427 



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285 



Recapitulation, 1921. 



Districts. 



Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 



Brick. 

Square Yarns 



South Boston Paving District, No. 1 . . 
East Boston Paving District, No. 2. . . 
Charlestown Paving District, No. 3 . . . 

Brighton Paving District, No. 4 

West Roxbury Paving District, No. 5 . 
Dorchester Paving District, No. 6 . . . . 

Roxbury Paving District, No. 7 

South End Paving District, No. 8 . . . . 

Ashmont Paving District, No. 9 

North End Paving District, No. 10 . . , 
Hyde Park Paving District, No. 11... 



30 
367 



2,122 



333 

359 

1,434 

1,641 



576 
322 



366 



Totals. 



4,530 



3,020 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1921, 
to January 31, 1922. 



Districts. 


Single. * 


Double, t 


Auto 
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Cubic 
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South Boston 










East Boston 


164 

46 

1,196 

1,216 

333 

5,206 

6 

1,341 

294 
2,074 


131 




426 


Charlestown 




46 


Brighton 


1,444 
2,826 
188 
121 
168 
290 




4,084 
6,868 


West Roxbury 




Dorchester 




709 


Roxbury 




5,448 


South End 


75 


792 


Ashmont 


1,921 


North End 




294 


Hyde Park 


499 




3,072 








Totals 


11,876 


5,667 


75 


23,660 







* Single loads, 1 cubic yard. t Double loads, 2 cubic yards. 
X Auto truck loads, 6 cubic yards. 



280 



City Document No. 22. 



The Number of Loads of Snow Removed from February I, 1921, to 
January 31, 1922. 



Districts. 


Single. * 


Double f 


Auto 
Trucks. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Cost. J 


South Boston 


2,483 
193 

1,227 
161 
384 
861 
720 
871 
72 

1,069 






4,966 
386 
4,410 
1,912 
3,096 
2,982 
1,989 
2,102 
606 
2,138 


$8,725 16 


East Boston 






6,629 99 

6,972 80 

5,601 05 

10,182 96 

10,947 41 

23,295 29 

9,795 33 


Charlestown 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

South End 


652 
530 
776 
420 
183 
120 
154 




Ashmont 

North End 


5,774 05 
10,533 16 


Hyde Park 






2,002 39 














Totals 


8,041 


2,835 j 

1 


24,587 


$100,459 59 



* Single loads, 2 cubic yards, t Double loads, 3 cubic yards. 

+ Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away, 



Snow and Ice Removed by Contract from February 1, 1921, to 
January 31, 1922. 



Sxow Districts. 


Number 

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Cubic 
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Cost per 
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Total 
Cost. 


District No. 1 

District No. 2 

District No. 3 

District No. 4 

District No. 5 

District No. 6 

District No. 7 


2,184 
1,181 
6,993 
1,282 
2,944 
3,847 
1,211 


14,563 
9,562 
36,768 
10,070^ 
24,20U 
20,800 
10,778 


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68 
70 
49 
49 


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5,259 10 

23,163 84 
6,847 94 

16,941 05 

10,192 00 
5,281 22 


Totals 


19,642 


126,743 


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288 



City Document No. 22. 



Street Openings. 

Under Classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits were issued for openings in public ways as 
follows : 



To Whom Issued. 



Permits. 



Length in 
Feet. 



Sewer and Water Services 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric Com- 
pany 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

Quincy Market Cold Storage and Warehouse Com- 
pany 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Miscellaneous 

Emergency permits 

Emergency permits returned as used 

Estimated length of emergency permits 



2,498 

1,284 

23] 

45 

1,367 

165 

20 

41 

904 

748 

742 



29,976 

37,765 

128,005 

3,280 
97,310 
12,945 

1,370 

5,485 

180,351 



18,500 



Totals. 



8,045 



515,187 



Making a total length of openings approximately 
ninety-eight miles. This is the shortest estimated 
length for a number of years. 

Permits for purposes other than openings have been 
issued as follows: 



Advertised by men wearing lettered hat and coat 

Cleaning snow from roof .... 

Driving cattle through streets 

Erecting and repairing awnings 

Erecting and repairing buildings 

Painting or minor repairs on buildings . 

Moving building? in streets 

Feeding horses in streets .... 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs from buildings 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machines 

Emergency permits for above 

Special permits 



Total of all permits issued 



27 

36 

3 

902 

908 

,615 

1 

106 

859 

341 

151 

404 

410 




Public Works Department. 



289 



The revenue from issuing permits amounted to 
$22,366.28, divided as follows: 



Class No. 1. 


Openings 


2. 


Emergency openings 


3. 


Advertising 


4. 


Cleaning snow from roofs 


5. 


Driving cattle .... 


6. 


Erecting and repairing awnings . 


7. 


Moving buildings .... 


8. 


Erecting, repairing and altering 




buildings 


9. 


Minor repairs on buildings . 


10. 


Feeding horses .... 


11. 


Placing flat signs .... 


12. 


Projecting signs .... 


13. 


Raising and lowering safes, etc., 


14. 


Emergency permits for above 


15. 


Special permits .... 



$3,411 


50 


761 


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27 


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36 


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15 00 


896 00 


15 


00 


9,614 


78 


4,607 


00 


106 


00 


857 00 


341 


00 


154 


00 


404 00 


1,121 


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$22,366 28 



Nineteen thousand one hundred and forty-four dollars 
and sixty-eight cents were deposited with the City Col- 
lector. Bills for the collection of $3,221.60 were 
deposited with the City Collector. 

Poles. 

Permits were issued for placing 336 poles in new 
locations, for replacing 437 in old locations and for 
removal of 392. 

Bonds. 

There are now on file 1,934 surety company bonds in 
amounts of one, three and twenty thousand dollars 
covering the city against claims for damages, etc., 
through the use of permits. 

Defects in Sidewalks and Roadways. 

Sixteen thousand nine hundred and sixty notices 
were sent to the foremen of the paving districts, con- 
tractors, public service corporations and others to make 
repairs to pavement defects for which they were 
responsible. 

Two hundred and ninety-four notices were sent to 
property owners to make repairs for which they were 
responsible. 



290 



City Document No. 22. 



Plans. 

During the year plans were filed as follows: 



To Whom Issued. 


Mains. 


Poles. 


Tracks. 


Conduits. 


Miscel- 
laneous. 


New England Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. 




23 
157 




37 
149 










pany. 
Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 


11 
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6 














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Boston Elevated Railway Company, 




8 


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1 
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46 




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1 




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Western Union Telegraph Company, 


























51 
















22 


180 


9 


253 


51 







Total number of plans now on file, 15,219. 

Street Numbering. 
Building numbers have been assigned as listed below: 



Districts. 


Entire 
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Num- 
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Entire 
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Renum- 
bered. 


Partly 
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Partly 
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Estates 
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Estates 
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72 

263 

286 

144 

24 








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