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ANNUAL REPORT 



Public Works Department 



YEAR 1922 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Joseph A. Rourke. 



Commissioner of Public Woms 
PLEASE EXCHANGE 



CITY OF BOSTON 
PRINTING DEPARTMENT 
, .1923 



ANNUAL REPORT 



Public Works Department 



YEAR 1922 




CITY OF BOSTON 
PRINTING DEPARTMENT 
.1923 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER 
OF PUBLIC WOEKS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 10 

Appropriations, special 13 

Contracts: 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

- rebate 35 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 

edgestones, etc 38 

Ashes 51 

Asphalt pavement 39 

Asphalt concrete pave- 
ment 39 

Bitulithic pavement 42 

Bituminous pavement, re- 
pairing 43 

Bridge work 30 

Catch-basins, cleaning 

same 50 

Electric lighting 33 

Ferry work 32 

Gas, furnishing same 33 

Gas, hghting streets with 

same 33 

Granite block pavement. . 41 

Hired teams 29 

Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service . . . ; 49 



Contracts: 

Miscellaneous, W a t e r 

Service 54 

Offal -. . 51 

Sewerage works 44 

Sheet asphalt pavement . . 37 

Snow and ice 43 

Water pipes, laying 52 

Water pipes, relaying. ... 52 

Wood block pavement ... 4() 

Employees 59 

Expenditures 24 

Expenditures, by items, seg- 
regated budget 16 

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 59 

Rainfall 56 

Revenue 26 

Snowfall 56 

Street mileage 59 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



Administration expenses. Central Office , 



66 



IV 



Contents. 
Appendix B. 



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

(Bridge Service.) 
(Page 67.) 



PAGE 

Ayjpropriations, special 66 

Appropriations, special, sum- . 
mary of 66 

Bridges, work done on : 

Arlington Street Bridge. . . 67 
Cambridge Street Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 68 

ChoJ-lesgate "West Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 68 

Charlestown and Warren 

Bridges 68 

Chelsea Bridge South .... 68 
Congress Street Bridge ... 69 
Dartmouth Street Bridge, 69 

Dorchester Avenue 70 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge 

(over Mother Brook) ... 70 
Xew Allen Street Bridge, 

Hyde Park 70 

Northern Avenue Bridge, 70 

Prison Point Bridge 70 

Public Garden Bridge .... 71 
Summer Street Bridge 
(over Fort Point Chan- 
nel) 70 

Tremont Street Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 72 

West Fourth Street Bridge, 72 
Western Avenue Bridge to 

Watertown 72 

Deer Island Wharves 72 

Eastern Avenue Wharf 73 

Expenditures 81 

Exi:)enditures, special appro- 
priations 88 



Expenditures, special appro- 
priations, summary of . . 80 

Financial statement 81 

Fireboat Wharf, Northern 

Avenue Bridge 85 

Fireboat 47 Wharf 73 

Repairing Three Garbage 

Dumps 73 

Strandway Bsaoh, Strand- 
way, South Boston 74 

Stuart Street Extension .... 73 
List of Bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 

Service 89 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 89 

In charge of Park and 

Recreation Department,. 89 
Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission . . 89 
Maintained by railroad 

corporation 89 

Maintained by United 

States Government .... 89 
Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 

limits 89 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 89 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 89 

Repairs on bridges 84 

Width of bridge openings. ... 90 
Work done 07 



Contents. 



(Fehry Service.) 



(Page 75.) 



vVppropriiitions 

Appropriations, amount paid 
from 

Appropriations, comparison 
of (five years) 

Appropriations, special 

Balance sheet 

Comparative balance sheet 
(five years) 

Comparison of appropria- 
tions, receipts and ex- 
penditures (five years) .... 

Difference in travel between 
ferries 



91 

91 

95 
99 
93 

94 



94 



99 



I'.VGE 

Expenditures 91 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(five years) 95 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 98 

Ferryboats 91 

Financial statements 91 

Receipts at each ferry 99 

Receipts, comparison of (five 

years) 95 

Ticket statement 99 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 102 

Work done 75 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 105.) 



(Lighting Service.) 
(Page 133.) 



Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp, per annum 113 

Defects 108 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 112 

Electric lights, cost of 113 

Expenditures 106 

Financial statement 106 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 110 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum Ill 



Incandescent lamps, total 
cost per lamp per annum, 

Lamps, number of installed 
during year 

Lamps, discontinued 

Lamps, repaired and altered. 

Number and style of lamps, 
January 1, 1923 

Outages on street lamps .... 

Rebates 

Repairs 

Revenue 

Work done 



112 

108 
lOS 
109 

110 
110 
110 
109 
107 
107 



VI 



Contents. 



(Paving Service.) 
(Page 103.) 



Granolithic sidewalks (be- 
tween pages 126, 127). 
Highways, Making of (be- 
tween pages 126, 127). 

Washington street, West 
Roxbury (between pages 
126, 127). 

North Beacon street, 
Brighton (between pages 
126, 127). 

Stuart street (between 
pages 126, 127). 

Paving service (between 
pages 126, 127). 

Reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by con- 
tract (between pages 
126, 127). 



Street improvements (be- 




tween pages 126, 127). 




Expenditures, objects of . . 


119 


Expenditures, detail of . . . 


120 


General review 


108 


Macadam streets, mainte- 




nance of 


125 


Permits 


1?7 


Permits, revenue from 


128 


Snow and ice removed by 




contract 


126 


Street openings 


127 


Work done 


103 


By contract, summary of, 


114 


By day labor, summary of. 


118 



Appendix D. 



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

(Seaver Service.) 
(Page 132.) 



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

contract 145 

Coal contracts, pumping sta- 
tion (Supply Department), 144 

Executions of court on ac- 
count of land-takings. . . . 164 

Expenditiu"es : 

Maintenance 135 

Maintenance, detail of. . 139 
Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 143 

Sewerage works, detail of. 146 
Sewerage works, loan 163 

Financial statement 134 

Land-takings, executions of 

court . .' 164 

Miles of sewers, February 1, 

1923 "... 165 



Pumping sewerage, average 
cost per million foot gal- 
lons 167 

Pumping station, Calf Past- 
ure, work done 166 

Pumping stations, equipment 

of 166 

Pumps, Calf Pastiu-e, aver- 
age lift and duty 166 

Refuse, removing same from 

gate house 166 

Sewers built, charged to 

sewerage works 147 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (twelve months) 164 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 165 

Work done...' 129 

Work in charge of division . . 132 



Contents. 



Vll 



(Sanitary Service.) 
(Page 168.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations 168 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 173 

Districts, map of 175 

Expenditures, items of 170 

Financial statement 168 

Horseshoeing 169 

Income 168 

Maintenance 168 

Materials* 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 
districts 171 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (five years) .... 172 

Collected by districts 173 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 174 



PAGE 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
174, 175). 

Final disposition of 173 

Garbage removed (five 

years) 172 

Number of loads collected 
from February 1, 1917, 
to January' 26, 1923 .... 172 
Offal collected by con- 
tract, number of loads . . 172 
Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (five years) .... 172 
Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pp. 174, 175). 

Revenue 168 

Sanitary districts 175 

Work done 130 

Work done for other services, 1 69 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 176.) 



P.\GE 

Expenditures, distribution of, 181 

Expenditiu^es, items of 176 

Financial statement 176 

Flushing .streets 184 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 183 

Snow removed, cost of 182 

Streets : 

Area watered and cost per 

square yard 184 



Streets: 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 184, 185). 

Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 184, 185). 

Treated with oil, cost of. . 

Watered, cost by districts. 

Work done 



183 
184 
131 



Vlll 



Contents. 
Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
WATER DIVISION. 



(Water Service.) 
(Page 185.) 



PAGE 

Construction, cost of 195 

Elevators 196 

Expenditures 189 

Expendituies, detail of 190 

Expenditures, comparison of, 185 

Financial statement 189 

Hydrants, total number of, 

January 31, 1923 201 

Hydrants, total number and 

kind of, established and 

abandoned 201 

Income branch 196 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 204 
Main pipe work, mamte- 

nance of 203 

Meter branch 197 

Meter repairs 197 

Meters: 

Applied 197 

Changed 197 

Condemned 197 



■ In service, January 31, 

1923 198 

Installed 197 

On hand January 31, 1923, 198 

Repaired 197 

Set 197 

Receipts, comparison of ... . 185 

Revenue .- 1 89 

Service pipes: 

Maintenance of 203 

Repairs, cost of 202 

Total number and lensrths 

of 202 

Water: 

Debt 195 

Sinldng fund 195 

Water pipes, total length of, 200 

Water, consumption of 21-i 

Waste, prevention of 199 

Work done 185 

Work done, detail of 185 



(High Pressure Fire Service.) 
(Page 214.) 



Expenditures 215 

Financial statement 215 



Work done. 



P.'^GE 

214 



Contents. ix 

Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 

(Page 216.) 



Bridp:e.s in charee of com- 
mission 216 

Draw openings 219 



Drawtenders' report 220 

Expenditures 218 

Work done 21(i 



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[Document 22 — 1923. 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1923. 



Boston, February 1, 1923. 

Hon. James M. Curley, 

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, 1923, is respectfully submitted. The Pubhc 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, reconstiuc- 
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, 1923, follows: 

General. 

The maintenance activities of the department are 
carried on from twenty-three yards or plants located in 
all parts of the city, only three of which are rented, the 
balance being city-owned. With few exceptions all the 
buildings are old and dilapidated, of wooden construc- 
tion, and should be replaced when money is available 
and more suitable locations are obtained for some of 
them. The increasing number of motor-driven vehicles 
should be provided for at once by a modern garage to 
be located in the Albany Street yards, and a start made 
in modernizing our buildings. 

A new policy has been adopted of awarding contracts 



Public Works Department. 6 

to other than the lowest bidders when it is considered 
that the latter are not financially responsible, or have 
a bad record in previous work, or cannot complete the 
job on time, or their bid is too low for a good job with 
a profit. This policy, if reasonably carried out, will 
result to the ultimate advantage of the city. 

A more effective co-operation has been obtained be- 
tween the different services quartered in the same yard, 
through placing authoritj^ over all the services in the 
hands of one foreman under conditions which might 
require all employees on one job or service. 

The unprecedented snow and ice of this winter re- 
quired the continuous efforts of the entire personnel of 
the Public Works Department, and we extend to all the 
employees our appreciation of their long hours and 
exhausting efforts which persisted in the face of dis- 
couraging conditions. 

Bridge Service. 

The Cambridge Street and Beacon Street Bridges over 
the Boston and Albany Railroad tracks were in deplor- 
able condition and contracts were awarded for their 
reconstruction, of steel, protected as far as possible 
with concrete and cement. 

The temporary bridge over the south channel of the 
Mystic river between Boston and Chelsea, now over 
ten years old, is in a dangerous condition and its long 
deferred replacement with a permanent structure was 
inaugurated by the award of a contract for a Strauss 
bascule draw span, which it is expected to complete 
next year. 

The condition of the surface of Harvard bridge has 
been the cause of many just complaints, on account of 
the deck boards becoming loose, with the attendant 
racket and noise from passing vehicles. The reduction 
of speed not to exceed fifteen miles an hour was neces- 
sary in order to minimize the possibility of accident. 

Past experience has shown that no type of pavement 
has lasted more than five years on this bridge and 
towards the end of such period other pavements have 
been in condition somewhat similar to the present one, 
although not so noisy. The cantilever type, with its 
attendant vibrations, and the heavier modern traffic 
for which this structure was not designed, have a ten- 
dency to loosen the under planking from the stringers, 
resulting in the subsequent loosening of the top surface. 



4 City Document No. 22. 

The Mayors of Boston and Cambridge introduced a 
bill into the last Legislature providing for the construc- 
tion of a new bridge at this location, which was refused 
favorable consideration, but it was decided that the 
Metropolitan District Commission should report to the 
next Legislature some scheme for a new bridge, the 
necessity for which everyone now acknowledges. 

Such being the case, and the present condition of the 
existing structure being well known, it seems as if the 
Metropolitan District Commission should have been 
granted sufficient money this year by the Legislature 
to construct a temporary bridge in 1923, so that traffic 
could be carried safely and quietly at the end of 1923 
and at a comparatively small increased expense for the 
temporary structure, whose life during the construction 
of the new permanent bridge may extend over a period 
of five or six years. 

The Congress Street Bridge, erected in 1875, should 
be replaced and a sum should be provided next year for 
general designs, borings, etc., for a new structure. 

Engineering and construction work has been done for 
other departments of the city, thus saving such depart- 
ments the cost of outside engineering that would other- 
wise have been required. 

Feeey Service. 

In order to facilitate traffic on the East Boston ferries 
it was decided to start the construction of double teaming 
drops, in order to load and unload the ferryboats more 
rapidly. Contracts were awarded and work started for 
the foundations and superstructures of one set of double 
teaming drops at the South Ferry, northerly side. These 
drops are electrically operated, with counterweight 
mechanism, and eliminate the tank floats on the outer 
end of the former drops, which have given so much 
trouble in the past. 

At the South Ferry two piers were rebuilt, one on the 
Boston side and one on the East Boston side. Replace- 
ment of other piers should follow next year. 

Paving Service. 

Through monthly conferences with the engineers of 
this division and engineers of the public service corpora- 
tions, much progress has been made towards effecting 
permanent restoration of pavements over street open- 
ings as soon as the work is completed. Due to the 



Public Works Department. 5 

increasing number of these openings it is important that 
the active co-operation of these corporations be enUsted 
towards this end, particularly in the down-town sections 
of the city. 

The paving program was established early in the year, 
and with very few exceptions the public service cor- 
porations preceded our resurfacing with their under- 
ground construction. 

Twenty Ford and Reo trucks were purchased, the 
substitution of which for horse-drawn vehicles should 
show increased efficiency. 

Considerable progress was made on the Stuart street 
widening, the chief difficulty being with the owners and 
occupants of buildings who delayed removing the pro- 
jecting structures. A change in the statutes would be 
advisable by which the Public Works Department could, 
after an award was made and a fair notice given, tear 
down these structures and complete the widenings much 
earlier. 

The customary appropriations of $1,000,000 from 
paving and of $50,000 for granolithic sidewalks are 
hopelessly inadequate for these purposes and some 
means should be devised to increase these amounts. 

One half of the $50,000 sidewalk appropriation which 
is obtained from the tax levy is assessed upon the abutters 
under the lien act and, in accordance with a city ordi- 
nance, the assessed amount goes into general revenue. 
This ordinance should be changed so that sidewalk 
assessments of each year should be held by the treasurer 
and added to the amount appropriated from the tax levy 
for the succeeding year. In this way the money contrib- 
uted by the abutters would go into sidewalks and in 
time an increasing fund would eventually become 
available each year and more general satisfaction given 
to the petitioners for sidewalks. 

The paving specifications w^ere changed to include for 
bituminous types only sheet asphalt and Warrenite- 
bitulithic, so that the cheaper Topeka or bituminous 
concrete types were eliminated. The inclusion of the 
latter, if bids thereon were accepted, w^ould eventually 
drive out the better and more expensive types. 

Sewer Service. 

Some large surface conduits were completed, and the 
customary extensions of sewers to provide drainage for 
new houses were constructed. 



6 City Document No. 22. 

The replacement of the boilers at the Calf Pasture 
pumping station has long been demanded by the state 
inspection bureau, and contracts were awarded for three 
new water tube boilers and oil burning equipment for 
the same. 

The statutory limit on loan expenditures for sewerage 
works is $1,000,000 per year, which should be increased 
to at least $1,500,000. Conduits should be provided 
for the various brook courses in the suburbs; sewerage 
works must precede street paving in many instances; 
the entire district known as Germantown is without 
sewer accommodations of any kind; the Calf Pasture 
pumping station requires expensive improvements, and 
new building construction must be taken care of and 
encouraged, all of which requires that the necessary 
work in each year must be carefully cut and pruned to 
come within the present limit of expenditure. 

Sanitaky Service. 
A new 10-3^ear contract for the disposal of garbage 
and refuse went into effect on July 1, 1922, which was 
approved by Mayor Peters on December 31, 1921. 
The amount paid under the new contract was over two 
and one-half times that for the old one and exceeded that 
for the old one by $2,363,000 for respective periods of 
ten years. The contract plans submitted utilized the 
existing plant and methods at Spectacle Island, which 
had been subject to frequent mainland complaints and 
Health Department protests. The committee which 
recommended the acceptance of the old method was 
appointed by Mayor Peters. The personnel of the 
Mayor's committee and their knowledge of the problem 
in hand was such that a committee of the Chamber of 
Commerce, which made a special study and report upon 
the contract, stated "The city has sufficient time before 
July 1, 1922, to retrace its steps, retain the services of 
competent persons to make a comprehensive survey, 
and adopt the methods suggested by them." The 
Chamber's report also quotes a statement by Mayor 
Peters on December 1, 1921, as follows: "Then, there's 
the ash and garbage problem. It has grown from 
month to month. Today there is need for a survey by 
the greatest engineers available. Boston will have to 
work out something new and different before the prob- 
lem is solved." Thirty days later he approved the new 
contract. 



Public Works Department. 7 

During the year the George A. Johnson Company of 
New York made an exhaustive investigation and report 
on the collection and disposal of garbage and refuse for 
this department, which recommended nonseparation 
and incineration of the combined materials as the 
most modern, sanitary and economical method of 
solving the problem. Due to the existing ten-year 
contract and financing the incineration proposition, its 
adoption during the coming year seems inadvisable, but 
it should be considered for the not remote future when 
the dumps are filled and the longer and more expensive 
hauls put an added burden upon the Sanitary Service 
and the contractors. 

New equipment, both horse and motor drawn, should 
be provided, in accordance with the recommendations 
of the Johnson report. 

With the exception of the Paving Service, this serv- 
ice is subjected to more criticism than any other city 
activity; but the co-operation of the householders in 
better separation and providing suitable and sufficient 
receptacles not overflowing with mateiial would greatly 
help the situation. 

It should be remembered that city employees are 
human, that they make mistakes, and that they should 
give and receive courteous treatment. 

A return was made to the old method of paying the 
contractors for the collection of ashes and garbage in the 
five contract districts, that is, instead of paying them so 
much per cubic yard for material collected they are now 
paid a lump sum per month. By this change a con- 
siderable sum was saved the city, with no apparent 
laxity in the service rendered. 

During the year three 5-ton 10-cubic yard Pierce- 
Arrow trucks were added to the equipment in the day 
labor districts. 

Collections of commercial waste were being made at 
a loss to the city. The previous rate of 11 cents per 
barrel was inadequate to cover the cost of the work. 
This fee was increased to 15 cents on November 1, 1922. 

Street Cleaning Service. 
Owing to the abandonment of the old horse-drawn 
watering carts, three Pierce-Arrow flushers and sprink- 
lers were purchased, their work being supplemented 
on tracked streets by three electric car flushers and 
sprinklers. 



8 City Document No. 22. 

The routes of the push-cart men were extended, with 
good results. 

Additional rubbish receptacles were placed in prom- 
inent locations, resulting in improved street and alley 
conditions. 

Approximately 500,000 gallons of heavy asphaltic 
oil were used on macadam streets ; and for the first time 
every street was sanded after oiling. 

The speedy removal of snow from the down-town 
streets was greatly facilitated by the installation of ten 
additional large dumping holes on the waterfront. 

Several conferences were held with various civic 
bodies regarding a cleaner city, and in general an 
improvement has been brought about. The most 
salutary influence towards this end would be the arrest 
and conviction by the uniformed police force of flagrant 
offenders in various neighborhoods and giving publicity 
to these arrests. The existing statutes and ordinances 
now in force are sufficient — their enforcement is 
required. 

The number of sidewalk litter boxes should be fur- 
ther increased and additional motor-driven pick-up 
sweepers and trucks should be added to this service. 

Water Service. 

The pipelaying work shows an improvement in the 
general economic condition, with a development of 
unimproved property again starting in the suburban 
districts. 

The high service system w^as strengthened materially 
with the completion of the 16-inch main on the easterly 
border of Roxbury and Dorchester; it was also extended 
in the business section of the city proper, where it is 
utilized principally for stand pipe and sprinkler connec- 
tions. 

Every applicant for a service pipe which required 
a main pipe extension was taken care of. 

There were more service pipes laid during 1922 than 
the total in the four preceding years. 

Sprinkler protection was extended by providing 
150 4-inch connections, a gratifjdng record for fire 
prevention. 

During the four years previous to 1922 little effort 
was made to collect overdue accounts, and the shut-off 
privilege fell into disuse. The Income Branch was 
reorganized and the total collections for the year 



Public Works Department. 9 

amounted to $3,694,448.30 — the largest in its history. 
A vigorous shut-off campaign resulted in the collection 
of a large amount of back bills extending through five 
years. One striking instance of favoritism was dis- 
closed when $7,200 was owed by a large real estate 
owner, equal to about seven quarterly bills. A large 
amount of the old uncollected bills have been lost to 
the city through change of ownership and the difficulty 
of finding individuals against whom to bring suit. To 
guard against such losses in the future a law should be 
passed by the Legislature making unpaid water bills 
liens against the property, but the shut-ofi" privilege 
should be retained to facilitate collections; otherwise, 
in spite of the liens, a deficit in the Water Service might 
occur for a particular year. 

A new policy was inaugurated of advertising late in 
the fall the contracts for main pipe and specials needed 
for the coming year, the purpose being to have the 
work done at a period when the foundry work is slack 
and to obtain our material at a much cheaper price than 
would be possible w^hen the foundries are booked for 
orders. In addition to the money saved, a decided 
advantage will be that stock is on hand early in the 
spring and contractors will not be delayed, as they have 
been in the past, by the nondelivery of stock. 

The High Pressure Fire Service should be extended, 
particularly on streets where repaving is necessary. 
It is thought that possibly two miles of high pressure 
piping could be laid next year and the money for mate- 
rials and installation obtained from water revenue. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph A. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 



10 



City Document No. 22. 



Special Account, 1921-22. 

The purpose of this account was to provide for the 
unpaid liabihties incurred to January 31, 1922, inclusive. 

Payments made on account of "Special Account, 
1921-22." 



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



Oiling Service 



S3,072 64 

18,239 37 

21,483 21 

134,127 03 

41,479 78 

105,288 95 

24,128 90 

25,419 60 

41,656 57 



Total $414,896 05 

Appeopriations. 

The money assigned for the work of the Public 
Works Department during the year February 1, 1922, 
to January 31, 1923, was made available from the 
following sources: 

First. — Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation, except for Water 
Service, which is derived from water income. In Decem- 
ber, 1921, 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 main- 
tenance appropriations as passed by the City Council 
and approved by the Mayor are shown below. On 
another page w^ill be found the total expenditures, by 
each service, during the fiscal year: 



Central Office . 
* Bridge Service 
Ferry Service . 
Lighting Service 
Paving Service 
Sanitary Service 

Carried forward 



$95,997 88 
418,977 34 
497,937 00 
736,777 08 
1,194,212 95 
1,748,998 96 

$4,692,901 21 



* Includes Boston and Cambridge bridges. 



Public Works Department. 



11 



Brought forward 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service 

Sewer Service 

Water Service 

Total 



$4,692,901 21 

922,974 04 

574,843 92 

1,290,715 91 

$7,481,435 08 



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 . . . $200,384 12 

Third. — Loan inside the debit limit under the pro- 
visions of chapter 426 of the Acts of 1897, as amended 
by chapter 450 of the Acts of 1899 and chapter 268 of the 
Acts of 1903 ; chapter 383 of the Acts of 1903, as amended 
by chapter 467 of the Acts of 1907; chapter 550 of the 
Acts of 1^07; chapter 204 of the Acts of 1908; chapter 
514 of the Acts of 1908 and chapter 74 of the Special 
Acts of 1918, from which all sewage works are now built. 
(Sewerage Works — Sewer Service.) 



Balance February 1, 1922 
Loan 



Expended during the year 
Balance January 31, 1923 



$321,477 44 
800,000 00 

1,121,477 44 
921,739 33 

$199,738 11 



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



Balance February 1, 1922 
Appropriation from Water Income 



Expended during the year 
Balance Januaiy 31, 1923 



$76,194 97 
23,000 00 

$99,194 97 
99,045 63 

$149 34 



Fifth.^ High Pressure Fire System extension. 
(Water Service.) 



Appropriation from Water Income 
Expended during the year 

Balance Januarv^ 31, 1923 



$100,000 00 
150 00 

$99,850 00 



12 City Document No. 22. 

Sixth. — Service mains and relaying mains. (Water 
Service.) 

Appropriation from Water Income . . . $200,000 00 
Expended during the year 00 



Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $200,000^00 

Seventh. — Beacon Street Bridge, rebuilding. (Bridge 
Service.) 

Loan inside debt limit $175,000 00 

Expended during the year 3,898 20 



Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $171,101 80 

Eighth. — Cambridge Street Bridge, rebuilding. 
(Bridge Service.) 

Loan inside debt limit $160,000 00 

Expended during the year 3,17151 



Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $156,828 49 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 $611,725 42 

Expended during the year 173,417 60 



Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $438,307 82 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 $22,682 46 

Expended during the year 22,602 29 



Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $80 17 

Eleventh. — Hyde Park Avenue Bridge. (Bridge 
Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $14,097 96 

Expended during the year 3,375 54 



Balance January 31, 1923 .... $10,72242 



, Public Works Department. 13 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 $96,778 21 

Expended during the year * 50,299 53 



Balance January 31, 1923 .... $46,478 68 

Thirteenth. — Stuart street (chapter 312, Acts of 1920 
and chapter 407, Acts of 1921). (Paving Service.) 

Expended during the year $149,993 83 

Special Appropriations. 

Ashland Street Bridge, Reconstruction. (Bridge 

Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $7,293 34 

Expended during the year GO 



Balance January 31, 1923 $7,293 34 

Bridges, Repairs, Etc. (Bridge Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $29,367 61 

Appropriation from taxes, 1922 .... 86,000 00 

Transferred from Reserve Fund .... 12,000 00 

Transferred from Bridge Service .... 6,387 10 



Total .......... $133,754 71 

Expended during the year 117,313 19 



Balance January 31, 1923 .... $16,441 52 

t Granite Avenue Bridge. (Bridge Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes $2,839 28 

Expended during the year 2,614 43 



Balance January 31, 1923, to City Treasury, $ 224 85 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 $94,452 16 

Expended during the year 3,398 35 



Balance January 31, 1923 .... $91,053 81 

*0f this amount $12,155 charged by Street Commissionera. 
t Maintained jointly by Suffolk County and town of Milton. 



14 City Document No. 22. 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 . . . . . $260,616 13 
Expended during the year 7,414 79 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $253 , 201 34 

Ferryboat "Noddle Island." (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $1,569 17 

Expended during the year 00 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $1,569 17 

Ferryboats, Repairs, Etc. (Ferry Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $1,346 43 

Expended during the year 172 10 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $1,174 33 

Granolithic Sidewalks. (Paving Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $0 18 

Appropriation from taxes, 1922 .... 50,000 00 

Total $50,000 18 

Expended during the year 36,537 29 

Balance January 31, 1923 . . . . $13,462 89 

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

Balance February 1, 1922 $51,285 52 

Appropriation from taxes, 1922 .... 750,000 00 



Total $801,285 52 

Expended during the year 696,223 56 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $105,061 96 



Street Improvements. (Paving Service.) 

Appropriation from taxes, 1922 .... $250,000 00 
Expended during the year 175,642 61 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $74,357 39 



Public Works Department. 15 

Washington Street, West Roxbury. (Paving Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $36,122 13 

Expended during the year . . . 9,455 06 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $26,667 07 

Old Harbor Improvements. (Sewer Service.) 

Balance February 1, 1922 $31,180 90 

Expended during the year 24,701 68 

Balance January 31, 1923 .... $6,479 22 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From February 1, 1922, 



Group and Item. 



A. Personal Service as per Schedule A : 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other than Personal: 

1 . Printing and binding 

2. Postage 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

(5. Hire of teams and auto trucks 

7. Heat 

8. Light and power 

0. Lighting streets, alleys and parks. . 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

12. Premium on surety bonds 

1 3. Communication 

14. !Motor vehicle repairs and care 

15. Motorless vehi'-ie repairs 

16. Care of horses 

17. Care of persons 

18. Cleaning 

19. Removal of a.shes, dirt and garbage. 

20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

21. Removal of snow 

22. Medical 

23. Veterinary 

24. Blacksmith 

27. Testing materials and supplies 

28. Expert and architect 

29. Stenographic, copying and indexing. 
32. Towing 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc 

36. Boiler inspection 

37. Photographic and blueprinting 

39. General plant 

40. Harness, etc., repairs 

41. Horseshoeing and clipping 

42. Repaiiing streets 



Central. 



Bridge. 



S80,690 54 



960 00 
227 92 



142 20 



6 00 




17 98 


163 53 


321 66 


2,025 72 



13,166 89 



21 00 



84 CC 



$306,609 26 
13,115 99 
4,033 89 



32 58 
75 93 

510 47 
10 00 

218 70 



8,951 23 



21 89 



13 35 



1,063 00 



19 75 
44 00 



22,246 81 



16 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1923. 



Lighting. 


Pa^^ng. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


$6,242 08 


$802,066 64 

303 17 

40.128 54 


$753,393 32 
28,438 50 
23,647 12 

1,449 19 

8 46 

80 55 

138 00 

2 97 

92,695 29 


$595,070 44 

3,420 00 

46,755 05 


$330,673 42 

1.698 13 

11,321 64 

86 70 

3.52 15 

34 20 

2,001 60 

5 20 

715 22 

143 12 

3,309 81 


$686,653 20 
22,201 43 
17,808 36 

60 50 
553 94 
294 30 
6,660 80 
5.53 41 
321 70 

1,923 94 


$3,840,623 61 
84.708 80 




148,507 23 




3,388 30 


30 GO 


560 80 

93 05 

1,220 77 

10 19 

30,C47 31 


122 56 

15 30 

89 75 

48 05 

45,924 23 


1,891 67 
691 88 


17 10 


10,872 44 
888 02 




182,400 57 




1,762 71 




1,627 49 


3,552 88 


251 43 


24,558 94 


719,597 28 


719,597 28 


4,037 33 

9 00 

1,712 08 

5,872 89 

977 22 


965 00 
3 00 

828 4] 

2,404 70 

22,571 08 


1,975 00 


923 10 


1,066 08 

25 00 

1,716 71 

3,131 66 

28C 30 


9,068 40 




50 15 




648 60 
3,947 15 
6,274 85 


770 66 

740 97 

75 OC 


6,136 57 


146 58 


18,591 33 
30,341 67 






















159 00 


153 80 
281,020 80 
433,209 32 


106 70 
459 15 


66,150 91 
25 75 


29 48 


66,649 24 




281,046 55 




35 00 

102,471 04 

451 99 

121 86 

1,065 24 




433.703 47 








102,471 04 






78 00 
181 50 
195 20 


5 00 

10 50 

360 61 




534 99 




243 12 


3 00 


559 98 




2,684 05 






4 90 


4 90 










330 00 


13,496 89 




21 00 








21 00 












296 00 




624 00 
45 00 


86 00 


616 75 


135 11 
17 00 


264 00 
10 00 


1,776 61 
1.36 00 




24 50 
19,408 53 




24 50 


5,699 74 


4.562 53 

311 30 

5,677 85 

3,019 47 


14,188 62 


17,377 C5 

26 50 

786 69 

537 55 


102,716 68 

15 00 

522 25 

26,592 46 


650,979 74 
342 80 




6,612 40 


4,810 20 


18,409 39 




30,149 48 











17 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 



Group and Itej 



Central. 



C. Equipment: 

2. Machinery 

4. M itor vehicles 

5. Motorless vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

9. Off.ce 

1 1 . Marine 

13. Tools and instruments 

14. Live stock 

16. Wearing apparel 

17. General plant 

D. Supplies: 

1. Office 

2. Fooa and ice 

3. Fuel 

4. Forage and animal 

5. Medical, surgical, laboratory 

7. Veterinary 

8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 

11. Motor vehicle 

13. Chemicals and disinlectants 

16. General plant 

E. Materials: 

1 . Building 

2. Highways 

;?. Bridges 

4. Ferries 

5. Sewer 

6. Water 

9. Machinery 

10. Electrical 

13. General plant 

F. Special Items: 

2. Damages 

7. Pensions and annuities 

11. Workingmen's compeiLsation 

12. Contracts for construction where money is 

derived from taxes as per Schedule B 



$2,448 56 



Bridge. 



$741 37 



1,891 14 
76 15 



87 
402 32 



64 37 
75 00 



1,647 57 



201 02 

1,687 40 

113 04 

3,861 37 



47 92 

1,415 60 

3 38 

996 35 

82 84 



33,368 10 



303 23 

598 63 

29 12 



4,227 98 
1,472 29 



Totals. 



$100,457 37 



$410,083 08 



18 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded 



Lighting. 


Pa\'ing. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 




$5,880 00 
35,853 21 






$629 83 
3,197 36 




$6,509 83 


$55 61 


$3,146 51 


$31,558 31 
489 97 
877 60 


$13,415 43 


90,416 37 
489 97 




2,304 86 

41 75 

335 00 


4,353 25 
384 45 


585 90 
85 00 


151 40 

19 39 

4,809 26 


8,273 01 




536 46 




5,304 26 








681 84 




10,825 83 


2,285 68 

14,000 00 

20 00 


6,761 78 

4,550 00 

94 50 

425 56 

1,412 22 

552 94 

616 07 

38,691 77 


1,653 39 


55,104 07 


80,591 cZ 




18,550 00 




22 00 
12,99 09 

5,957 44 

461 63 

7,793 24 

22,959 54 


1,083 58 
1,5.54 92 

2,218 02 

151 60 

74,940 49 

4,289 04 

8 71 

186 01 


233 94 
111 65 

7,078 27 

52 71 

3,323 37 

6,040 86 


1,638 43 


1,519 32 


5,111 56 


200 73 


1,915 59 

401 60 

3,158 63 

50,375 26 


23,340 61 
1,842 79 




186,575 26 




122,356 47 




8 71 




41 48 

202 83 

2,135 95 

81 32 
2,302 64 

1,646 38 
68,916 84 


232 04 

53 76 

1,796 44 

93 58 

497 50 

298 15 


66 45 
36 16 

4,675 70 
45 81 

1,166 02 

36 73 
26,340 40 


19 20 

123 56 

8,651 34 

19 52 

3,959 30 


545 18 




783 59 


180 65 


1,536 06 

152 36 

3,559 29 

2,047 37 


20.794 06 
555 23 




16,056 84 




4,591 52 






95,257 24 










33,368 10 














9,888 44 










11,957 88 




11,957 88 










202,908 25 


202,908 25 












2,728 20 




177 55 
10,609 53 


124 73 
30,386 74 




594 95 
3,769 91 


704 03 
3,487 08 

10,917 38 

22,644 38 

4.015 15 

123,688 58 


2,199 89 




5,878 31 


84,160 69 




10,917 38 


360 00 


2,835 10 
5,323 71 


12,217 57 
17,020 91 


11,59641 
5,792 58 


11,191 59 
3,554 00 


73,496 59 
37,564 93 

123,688 58 














$734,059 09 


$1,225,019 41 


$1,831,685 38 


$867,607 65 


$567,758 00 


$1,354,555 93 


$7,597,317 61 



19 



20 



City Document No. 22. 



Personnel Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation 

From February 1, 1922, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



Commissioner 

Division engineers 

Engineers in charge 

Secretary and chief clerk . 
Clerks and stenographers . 

Messengers 

Assistant engineers (civil) . 

Draughtsmen 

Instrumentmen 

Rodmen 

Inspectors 

Foremen 

Subforemen 

Investigator 

Address printers 

Blueprinters 

Boys 

Chauffeurs 

Cement testers 

Chief inspectors 

Chemist and assistant .... 

Claim agent 

Cashiers 

Constable 

Coalpassers 

Captains 

Drawtenders 

Deckhands 

Engineers (steam) 

Electricians 

Emergencymen 

Firemen (see oilers) 

Feeders 

Gatemen (ferry) 

General foremen 

Janitresses 

Joiners 



$9,000 00 



4,000 CO 
55,434 34 



550 00 



4,000 00 
1,244 66 
1,408 50 
4.386 72 



2,000 00 



$3,750 00 



3,529 16 



12,056 45 

3,768 84 

5,004 74 

1,397 57 

3,188 42 



4,963 75 



6,638 77 



214,604 73 



1,752 80 



Public Works Department. 



21 



of the Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to January 31, 1923. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Total. 






1 






$9,0C0 00 
19.750 CO 


$1,250 GO 


$3,750 00 


$1,666 67 


$1,666 66 


$1,666 67 


$4,750 00 




695 00 










695 00 

4,000 00 

166,149 38 














2.392 08 


21,588 48 


2,7C0 00 


1,766 86 


4,683 80 


72,854 66 












676 91 


676 91 

42,622 45 

12,503 12 

27,482 49 

6,167 27 

196,853 03 

164,895 90 

41,319 95 

1,700 00 

2,100 00 




1 

6,375 59 




1 . . . 


8 440 41 


15 200 00 




777 28 






4,361 93 


3 595 07 




4,290 CO 






10 649 87 


7 537 88 




2,.569 70 






2 400 00 




1,600 OC 


40,653 10 




64,376 68 


35 714 05 


51,320 78 

24,886 50 

1,408 50 




20,043 32 


92,775 50 


20,655 08 


6,535 50 




34 947 70 
















1,700 00 












2,100 00 




540 CO 










4,000 00 

1,784 66 

52,532 82 




5,634 00 


4,225 CO 


12,519 59 


5,814 00 


15,961 25 




830 80 








2,000 00 


4,386 72 

2,830 80 

400 00 

2,000 00 




4C0 00 











2,000 00 


2,592 83 






2,117 19 


2,000 00 

6.710 02 

11,523 10 

28.642 57 








11,523 10 




18,196 50 






10,813 33 


1,565 CO 


21'4,604 73 
31.327 00 
58,594 83 
6,272 00 
17.028 75 
70,789 62 
3,990 75 










2,766 40 












17,026 75 




6,262 50 


5,321 00 




59,206 12 








3,990 75 








1,834 25 


1,084 85 






4,600 00 


21,069 61 
10,319 10 
5,329 33 






1 








1,848 00 



22 



City Document No. 22. 

Personnel Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


Laborers, janitors, teamsters, watchmen, stablemen, etc., 




$11,484 00 
26,685 02 


$18,324 00 






21,838 00 
















Medical inspectors 




166 67 


83 34 






63,014 88 


Quartermasters 






19,706 28 










Sewer gatemen, cleaners, etc 




2,499 42 
5.100 00 










Storekeepers 












1,400 00 


















Tollmen 






19,248 19 










Wharfingers 
























































Permanent 


880,690 54 


$306,609 26 

13,115 99 

4,033 89 


$279,215 71 
15,531 58 






4,812 63 
















Totals 


$80,690 54 


$323,759 14 


$299,559 92 







Public Works Department. 

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



23 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Street 
Cleaning. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Total. 




$464,841 75 
157,797 92 


$590,028 47 
49,762 15 


$486,862 17 


$103,024 70 
35,153 53 


$217,488 75 

173,914 62 

2,065 80 

35,463 83 

499 98 

1,896 25 


$1,892,053 84 

465,150 47 

2 065 80 














1 

1 


35,463 83 
2,959 29 




333 32 


1,083 33 


708 32 


83 33 




64 911 13 












19,706 28 












2,754 00 

2,0CG 00 
1,600 00 
1,028 50 
7,223 45 
991 16 


2,754 00 










19,814 00 


22,313 42 




2,600 00 


1,750 00 


1,750 00 


13,200 00 






1,600 00 






1,500 CO 






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10,523 45 










991 16 












19,248 19 




500 OC 


1,558 34 
4.452 00 
1,129 50 
4,220 00 


783 32 


125 00 


125 CO 


3,091 66 




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1,129 50 
6,152 50 




1,300 00 




632 50 








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1,800 OC 
6,225 44 


3,130 00 












1,800 00 




3,525 44 


1,177 56 




4,719 18 


15,647 62 








$6,242 OS 


$802,066 64 

303 17 

18,362 90 

21,765 64 


$753,393 32 
28,438 5C 
23,647 12 


$595,079 44 

3,420 00 

25,211 37 

21,543 68 


$330,673 42 
1,698 13 
9,240 95 
2,080 69 


$686,653 20 

22,201 43 

11.487 97 

6,320 39 


$3,840,623 61 
84,708 80 




96 796 83 




52,710 40 








$6,242 08 


$842,498 35 


$805,478 94 


$645,254 49 


$343,693 19 


$726,662 99 


$4,073,839 64 



24 



City Document No. 22. 



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

1922, to January 31, 1923. 



Divisions and Services. 


Appropria- 
tions, 
1022-23. 


Transfers 

to. 


Transfers 
from. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expenditures, 
192i-23. 


Balances, 
January 
31, 1923. 


Central Office 


$95,997 88 
418,977 34 
497,937 00 
736,777 08 


$4,459 35 




$100,457 23 

410,083 08 

497,091 70 

734,059 09 

1,225,019 41 

1,831,685 38 

867.607 65 


$100,457 23 

410,083 08 

497,091 70 

734,059 09 

1,225,019 41 

1,831,685 38 

867,607 65 

567,758 00 

1,354,555 93 






$8,894 26 

845 30 

2,717 99 

5,984 34 
















Pa\-ing Service 

Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling 


1,194,212 95 
1 748 998 96 


26,790 80 
SS fiSfi 42 




922,974 04 593 84 


55,960 23 






574,843 92 
1 1.409,683 36 




7,085 92 567.758 00 




Water Service 


23,794 19 


16,294 68 


1,417,182 87 


$62,626 94 


Totals 


37,600,402 53 S148.324 60 


$97,782 72 


$7,650,944 41 


$7,588,317 47 


* $62,626 94 











1 Includes $118,967.45 appropriated from water income during the year. 
* Balances transferred to City Treasury. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations (for 
the different services) for the year 1922-23 were as 
follows : 



Divisions and Service.s. 


Current 
Expenses. 


Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 


Total 
Expenditures. 


Balances 

Canied over 

Januarj- 31, 

1923. 


Cential Office 


$100,457 23 

410,083 08 

497,091 70 

734,059 09 

1,225,019 41 

1,831,685 38 

867,607 65 

567,758 00 

1,354,555 93 




$100,457 23 

739,874 19 

504,678 59 

734,059 09 

2,531,400 41 

1,831,685 38 

867,607 65 
1,514,199 01 
1,453,751 56 




Bridge Service 


$329,791 11 
7,586 89 


$891,829 37 
255,944 84 


Lighting Service 




1,306,381 00 


219,549 31 


Sanitary Service 

Street Cleaning and Oiling 










946,441 01 
99,195 63 


206,217 33 




299,999 34 






Totals 


$7,588,317 47 


$2,689,385 64 


$10,277,713 11 


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City Document No. 22. 



$3 00 



Revenues. 

Collected by City Collector on Account of the Public Works 

Departynent and Credited to General Revenv£, 

as per City Auditor. 

Central Office: 
Refund on journal 

Bridge Service : 

Part cost of repairs: 
Albany Street Bridge 
Dover Street Bridge 
Sale of old materials 
Penalty on coal 
Rents, Warren avenue 
Rents, Charlestown Bridge 

Ferry Service: 

Tolls 

Head House privileges 

Rents 

Commission on telephones 
Cleaning telephone booths 
Free ferries, July 4 

Lighting Service : , 

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

Paving Service : 

Inspector's services . 

Labor and materials . 

Sidewalk and edgestone assess- 
ments 

Permits 

Sale of old materials 

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

Rebate on bricks 

Hire of steam roller . 

Penalty on coal .... 



Carried forward 



$2,766 64 
407 38 


fjpo uu 


82 50 




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200 00 




2,697 00 


6,156 74 




$100,606 33 
400 00 




495 98 




117 99 




48 00 




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101,669 30 




$2,562 38 
252 00 






2,814 38 




$3,605 25 
3,169 78 




36,534 27 

40,453 37 

224 62 




1,294 75 
161 91 




22 50 




17 83 






85,484 28 




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$196,127 70 



Public Works Department. 



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$196,127 70 


Sanitary Service: 






Tickets for the removal of 




waste .... 


$103,350 65 




Sale of manure . 


2,242 80 




Sale of old material . 


144 92 




Labor and materials . 


185 05 




Penalty on coal . 


17 29 




Forfeitures on bids . 


1,100 00 




Sale of scales 


5 00 




Sale of colt .... 


20 00 


107,065 71 






Street Cleaning and Oiling Service: 




Oiling streets 


$83 90 




Rents 


600 00 




Penalty on coal . 


18 


684 08 






Sewer Service : 






Disposal of sewage . 


$5,869 36 




Entrance fees 


4,116 50 




Labor and materials . 


2,015 96 




Sale of material . 


17 63 




Assessments . " . 


47 28 




Sale of autos 


110 00 




Sale of hay and wood 


23 00 




Rents 


10 00 




Penalty on coal . 


1 91 


12,211 64 






Water Service : 






Water rates, 1923 $61,570 96 


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Water rates, prior 






years . . 3,632,877 3^ 


- $3,694,448 30 




Service pipes 


43,568 23 




Labor and materials . 


4,200 40 




Fire pipes .... 


28,486 47 




Sale of material . 


1,807 97 




Fees on overdue rates 


7,711 82 




Off and on . 


3,176 00 




Interest on bank deposit . 


839 54 




Sale of building . 


200 00 




Testing meters . 


107 22 




Hydrants for street sprinklers 


3,537 97 




Relocating hydrants . 


55 86 




Water post repairs . 


557 94 




Rents 


130 00 




Damage to wagon 


22 20 




Damage to hydrants 


297 18 




Carried forward 


$3,789,147 10 


$316,089 13 



28 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 


$3,789,147 10 


$316,089 13 


Damage to automobiles . 


155 65 




Furnishing water 


126 00 




Repairs to automobiles 


987 44 




Refunds .... 


270 89 




Sale of gasolene . 


452 61 




Penalty on coal . 


52 05 




Money found 


48 00 




Sale of pipe 


450 00 




Relocating main pipes 


186 87 




Sale of merchandise . 


71 39 


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The following table shows the snowfall and rainfall 
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1918. 


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1920. 


1921. 1922. 




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53.2 


44.9 


15.8 


77.6 


32.8 


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3.11 


3.62 


2.72 


2.24 


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2.30 


2.66 


5.88 


2.64 


2.64 


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2.72 


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4.11 
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1.92 
4.62 


4.35 


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4.05 


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1.94 


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5.78 


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3.58 


5.34 


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2.64 


4.63 


1.56 


11.69 


2.63 




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7.06 
1.91 


1.56 
9.19 


5.07 
5.83 


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1.63 
1.22 


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5.33 


0.99 


2.13 


1.64 


1.24 


1.97 




1.67 
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0.59 
2.56 


1.20 
3.21 


5.36 
1.63 


5.46 
3.89 


6.19 
2.35 


0.84 


December 


3.01 


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37.36 


38.99 


34.40 


42.70 


45.81 


42.96 


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Public streets laid out or discontinued by the Street 
Commissioners during the year show pavements in- 
creased 1.84 miles or 25,681 square yards. 

The widening of the roadway in Charles street in front 
of the Common shows pavements increased 0.00 mile or 
1,254 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revision and other causes show pavements decreased 
0.05 mile or increased 15,154 square yards. 

Total net increase 1.79 miles or 42,089 square yards. 



1859 111.50 

1871 201.32 

1872 207.40 

1873 209.24 

1874 313.90 

1875 318.58 

1876 327.50 

1877 333.20 

1878 340.39 

1879 345.19 

1880 350.54 

1881 355.50 

1882 359.85 

1883 367.99 

1884 374.10 

1885 379.60 

1886 383.55 

1887 390.30 



1888 392.72 

1889 397.84 

1890 404.60 

1891 409.60 

1892 434.59 

1893 443.34 

1894 447.65 

1895 .452.12 

1896 456.11 

1897 459.12 

1898 471.19 

1899 479.47 

1900 489.55 

1901 491.85 

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 

1923 608.12 



Employees. 
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made on the Civil Service Commission for men; the 
number appointed, reinstated, died, resigned, discharged 
and retired; also the grade and number of employees 
in the department: 

Requisitions made on the Civil Service Commission . 58 

Number of men called 124 

Number of men certified 223 

Number of men appointed 124 

Provisional appointments made permanent ... 5 

Promotions allowed 18 

Reinstatements allowed *26 

Number of men discharged 2 

Number of men resigned 49 

Number of men died 60 

Number of Civil War veterans retired .... 4 

Number of laborers retired 18 

Number of transfers to other departments ... 29 

Number of transfers from other departments ... 20 

Number of Civil War retired veterans died ... 13 

Number of retired laborers died 32 



♦Eighteen of these men were on the ehgible list February 1, 1922. 



60 



City Document No. 22. 



The records of the department show that there are 
now 3,057 persons ehgible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 2,936 were upon the 
January, 1923, pay rolls. 



Grade and 


Number of 


Employees 












Servicfs. 


Title. 


^ 6 

ii 

CO 
O 


C 


o 
CO 


'a 

03 


.s 

^ OS 

3o 






1 
3 




"c 




1 












1 




1 




1 
■ 1 


1 

1 








1 




1 
2 


4 












4 




1 
38 












1 


Clerics 


14 

12 

2 

9 

6 

38 

10 

23 


5 
19 
15 
22 
10 
42 

4 

. 4 
1 


22 


1 


1 


2 
9 
5 
6 

2 

3 


1 


34 
4 
2 
4 


98 




44 












24 












41 












18 






43 

8 


40 
9 




1 


37 

13 

1 


204 






44 








3 




31 












1 


















2 

3 


9 






7 


1 


18 










29 




3 
2 
1 










3 




1 

4 

21 

1 
















3 


Chaufifeurs 


6 

4 


2 
3 


5 

1 


3 


5 
14 




12 
5 
1 


35 




50 






3 




1 
3 












1 




















3 




2 


1 














2 






8 














8 






1 
1 






1 
















3 










4 










130 






130 














26 






26 






1 














1 
























50 


169 


143 


79 


56 


43 


180 


? 


^??. 


850 











Public Works Department. 61 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Continued. 





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Title. 


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ti 
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So 




o 


til 
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.a 
em 

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50 


169 
14 


149 

6 

2 

12 

4 


79 


56 


43 
12 

27 
14 


180 


2 


122 

1 


850 




33 










1 




4 






8 








2 


49 














18 








1 

7 
7 








2 


6 










7 






































2 
2 


2 














4 

12 

1 

2 


1 




4 














7 




















4 






320 


70 




165 


2 




175 


744 






1 








5 






1 




22 
8 

25 
1 


30 












8 




















25 








12 
18 












13 








1 


1 








3 






15 

1 








33 


Pipe fitter 
















1 






83 


2 










2 
25 


8/ 






1 
9 










26 






2 


1 




3 3 




18 


Captains 




12 
11 








12 




















11 


Repairers 


















50 


50 














1 






1 






13 














13 


Rigger 




1 














2 


Sealers 














2 


2 








18 












18 


Supervisors 




1 


1 






2 




1 


.«> 














50 


598 


294 


106 


223 


157 


190 


2 


441 


2,061 







62 City Document No. 22. 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Concluded. 



Services. 



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B 


















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C 


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M 


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as 


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Broughi /linear 1 

Stenographers 

Stonecutters. 

Superintendents 

Stockkeepers 

Stablemen 

Tankman 

Teamsters and helpers 

Telephone operator 

Tollmen 

Chief veterinariar 

Watchmen 

Weighers 

Wharfingers 

Wharfmen 

Wheelwrights and assistants. 
Yardmen 



Totals. 



598 

1 

17 



51 



720 



294 
2 



17 



33C 



106 



628 



223 



32 



209 



471 



171 



197 



441 



486 



2,001 

10 
3 
4 

94 

1 

75(t 

1 

12 
1 

5.5 
3 
4 
4 
G 



3,057 



Comparative Table Showing the Number of Employees Actually 
Employed February I, 1922, and February 1, 1923. 

















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c 

a 
U 






C 

1 


Ml 
B 

Ah 


'a 
m 


o 
o 

m 


p 


1 


o 


February 1, 1922 


44 


200 


174 


3 


718 


602 


324 


463 


483 


3,011 


February 1, 1923 


43 


197 


165 


3 


700 


575 


323 


447 


483 


2,936 


Total Eligible Force. 


February 1, 1922 


52 


200 


175 


3 


733 


624 


328 


471 


481 


3.067 


February 1, 1923 


51 


197 


171 


3 


720 


628 


330 


471 


486 


3,057 



Public Works Department. 



63 



Table of Employees Showing Appointmenls, Transfers, Resignations, Rellrements, Deaths, Etc., 

During the Year. 



5 


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a 

c 
o 

Pi 


i 

> 




c| 

il 

ii 


s 

c 


-i 

a 

c 

5 


a 

3 

JO 


Servicfs. 
1922-1923. 


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C 
03 


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1 
'S 


c 
'c 

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1 






3 
3 

1 


3 
2 
G 


1 
1 


2 


52 
200 
175 
3 
733 
G24 
471 
328 
481 


Central Office 


+ 51 
.97 
171 
3 
720 
62S 
471 
330 
4SG 


4 
2 

7 






5 


1 

4 


3 


I 
1 


Bridue 


1 




2 
4 
















1 4 


i 

1 11 

2 

i 

1 2 


1 

1 


3 
6 
fl 
4 
3 


13 
25 
32 

n 




14 

15 

2 

3 

13 






29 
17 
IS 
11 
10 


4 
•2 
4 
4 


4 

2 
2 


5 


T' 


Sanitary 


43 


T' 




35 




Sewer 

Water 


8 


11 






22 










GO 


! 18 

1 


4 


29 


98 


49 


2 


3,067 


Totals 


3,057 


98 


20 


8 


124 



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



PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



66 



City Document No. 22. 



APPENDIX A. 



Centeal Offici 








Appropriation 




. $95,997 88 


Tran,gfers 




4,459 35 


Total appropriation . 




. $100,457 23 


Expenditures from February 1, 1922, t 


3 Januan 


r 


31, 1923 . ... . ' . 




$100,457 23 


Expenditures. 






Salary, commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries of clerks, stenographers, etc. 




70,282 69 


Autbmobile expenses : 






Wages of chauffeur . . . 


$1,407 85 


Bay State sedan .... 


2,311 48 


Repairs, etc 


81 94 


Gasolene 


358 75 


Storage 


176 25 


Tires and tubes .... 


126 98 


Supplies 


99 82 


Oil, grease, etc 


17 32 


Registration 


14 GO 






A 1=1QA "^Q 






•±,oy^ ov 


Printing 




2,384 61 


Stationery 






217 65 


Postage 






189 21 


Telephone tolls 






12 50 


Travel expenses, car fares, etc. 






142 20 


Atlases 






75 00 


Inspection and repairs to typewriters 






84 00 


Books, papei-s, office supplies, etc. . 






329 79 


Premium on bonds . 






6 00 


Expert services in connection with colle 


ction anc 


I 


disposal of garbage 




13,139 19 








$100,457 23 



Public Works Department. 67 



APPENDIX B. 



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



BosTOx, February 1, 1923. 

Mr. J. A. RouRKE, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 
Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the following report 
of the income, expenditures and operation of the Bridge 
and Ferry Division for the year ending January 31, 
1923. The expenditures of the division in the regular 
maintenance appropriations of the department were 
$907,174.78. Under a number of special appropriations 
$337,378.00 was expended, making the total expenditures 
for the year $1,244,552.78. 

Bridge Service. 

Arlington Street Bridge. 

A contract was made October 26, with the Boston 
Structural Steel Company for renewing parts of the 
metal work of the bridge. The work was completed 
October 17, 1922 at a cost of $2,764.72. 

The woodwork of the bridge was removed and rebuilt 
by this division; all the roadway stringers, roadway 
planking, sidewalk planking and some of the sidewalk 
stringers were renewed the bridge was painted by this 
division. 

The roadway was waterproofed and paved with wood 
blocks by Martin Gaddis. The bridge was opened to 
travel December 12. 

Beacon Street Bridge over Boston and Albany Railroad. 
A contract was made January 3, 1923, with the 
Phoenix Bridge Company for replacing the old bridge 
with a new structure using the existing abutments. 
The new bridge should be completed late in 1923. 



68 City Document No. 22. 

Cambridge Street Bridge over Boston and Albany Railroad, 

Allston. 
A contract was made June 22, 1922, with the Boston 
Bridge Works, Inc., for removing the old bridge and 
replacing it with a new structm'e ; one roadway and one 
sidewalk are to be kept in commission at all times. The 
bid price was $119,678.50. The steel work is being 
fabricated, and the work of erection should be completed 
during the coming year. 

Charlesgate West Bridge over Boston and Albany Railroad. 
A contract was made June 22, with C. & R. Construc- 
tion Company, for repairing this bridge. Practically 
all the wood work was renewed, the metal work was 
repaired and the bridge was painted. The work was 
completed August 19, 1922, at a cost of $7,760.11. 

Charlestown and Warren Bridges. 
A contract was made December 6, 1921, with W. S. 
Ren die & Son Company, for repairing the fender piers 
of these bridges. The planking along the main channel 
of the fender pier of Charlestown bridge was removed 
and 3'ellow pine ribbons were substituted and the channel 
faces of the other fender piers patched. All of the 
planking of the wharf on which the Warren bridge draw- 
house rests and both fender piers, except under the draw 
and drawhouse of Charlestown Bridge — were renewed 
with 3-inch yellow pine and many stringers were renewed. 
The work was completed May 1, 1922, at a cost of 
$19,311.67. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 
A contract was made May 2, 1922, with Holbrook, 
Cabot & Rollins Corporation for building a new bridge 
on the site of the old location. The new bridge will be 
about 365 feet long and 61 feet wdde, having a 46-foot 
roadway and two 7^-foot sidewalks. There will be a 
75-foot channelway spanned by a four-leaf bascule draw, 
119 feet between centers of main trunnions; the 
approaches to be of plate girder and beam spans, sup- 
ported on the abutment and new concrete piers on pile 
foundations; the draw fender pier to be about 426 feet 
long. The work includes the removal of the old struc- 
ture and the temporary bridge. Part of the old structure 



Public Works Department. 69 

has been removed. The concrete piers have been 
practically completed and about 20 feet of the draw 
fender pier has been built. 

Chelsea Bridge South. 

A contract was made May 16 with W. A. Norton Com- 
pany for repairing the floor of Chelsea Bridge South 
draw bridge. A few of the stringers were renewed, the 
roadway planking and sheathing were entirely renewed 
and the sidewalk planking was mostly renewed. The 
work was done between midnight and 6 a. m., so as 
to interfere with traffic as little as possible, and about 
half the bridge was kept open for travel at all times. 
The work was completed June 8, 1922, at a cost of 
$2,851.05. 

Congress Street Bridge. 

A contract was made June 9 with Antony Cefalo for 
repairing the floor of Congress Street Draw Bridge. The 
sidewalk planking, both courses of roadway planking 
and many stringers were renewed. The work was com- 
pleted July 3, 1922, at a cost of $6,429.98. " 

Congress Street and Summer Street Bridges. 
A contract was made September 19 with W. H. Ellis 
& Son Company for repairing the fender piers of these 
bridges. All the vertical planking along the main chan- 
nel of the draw fender pier of Summer Street Bridge was 
removed and yellow pine ribbons were substituted. The 
remaining fender piers were patched. The work was 
completed January 10, 1923, at a cost of $5,895.59. 

Dartmouth Street Bridge. 

A contract was made June 22 with Antony Cefalo for 
reflooring a part of this bridge. The flooring of the 
northerly roadway and sidewalk, curb timbers and con- 
demned stringers were removed and replaced with new 
lumber. The work was completed July 5, 1922, at a cost 
of $3,744.20. 

The southerly roadway and sidewalk, boxing over 
bottom chord, curb sticks and some stringers were 
renewed by this division. 

The steel work of the bridge was repaired by the 
Transit Department. 



70 City Document No. 22. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge Over Fort Point Channel. 
Changes in line and grade of Dorchester avenue made 
it necessary to rebuild most of the northerly portion of 
the floor of the bridge at a higher elevation. A contract 
for doing this work (except the paving, which was under 
another contract) was made November 1, with the 
C. & R. Construction Company. The work was com- 
pleted January 4, 1923, at a cost of $13,015.78. 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge. 

A contract was made September 20, 1921, with the 
General Construction Company for rebuilding Hyde 
Park Avenue Bridge over Mother Brook. The old bridge 
and its piers were removed and a new reinforced con- 
crete beam bridge, supported by a concrete pier in the 
brook, was built. The waterway and approaches were 
paved with granite blocks and the sidewalks were of 
granolithic. The work was completed September 1, 
1922, at a cost of $12,123.31. 

New Allen Street Bridge, Hyde Park. 
A contract was made March 28 with the General Con- 
struction Company, Inc., for reflooring the west span 
of this bridge which had been damaged by fire. New 
roadway stringers were furnished and laid by the New 
York, New^ Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. A 
new 3-inch tongued and grooved creosoted plank floor 
was laid and waterproofed with roofing felt; a wood 
pavement with asphalt filler was laid and a new 2-inch 
sidewalk was laid and new sidewalk stringers were fur- 
nished w^here necessar5^ The work was completed May 
12, 1922, at a cost of $1,812.06. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. 

Fender Piers. — A contract was made September 5 
with W. H. Ellis & Son Company for repairing the fender 
piers of Northern Avenue Bridge. All the vertical 
planking on the south waterway of the draw fender pier 
was removed and yellow pine ribbons were substituted; 
repairs were also made on the south side of the waterway 
and some stringers and planking were renewed and a 
new foundation and floor for the addition to the draw- 
tender's house was built. 

The work was completed November 27, 1922, at a 
cost of $7,330.10. 



Public Works Department. 71 

Air Compressor. — A contract was made October 26, 
1922, with the Hayes Pump and Machinery Company 
for furnishing . and instalhng an air compressor. The 
compressor has been dehvered and is now being installed. 

Drawtender's House. — A contract was made October 
25 with M. S. Kelliher for additions and alterations to 
the drawtender'b house for housing the new air com- 
pressor and for repairing the house, not including all the 
interior finish of the addition. The work was com- 
pleted January 10, 1923, at a cost of $1,845.79. The 
foundation for the compressor was built by W. H. Ellis 
& Son Company for $377.32. 

A contract was made November 1 with the C. & R. 
Construction Company for repairing the flooring of the 
sidewalks, roadways and boxing over the trusses of the 
draw and rebuilding the sidewalks of the approach spans 
with reinforced concrete having a granolithic surface. 
The work was completed January 12, 1923, at a cost of 
$23,239.25. 

Public Garden Footbridge. 

A contract was made October 3, 1921, with A. Grande 
for rebuilding the footbridge over the Public Garden 
pond. This bridge was built in 1867 as a suspension 
bridge having two piers and three spans. It is no longer 
a suspension bridge, the flooring now being a reinforced 
concrete slab supported by steel I beams resting on the 
abutments and piers, the original cables being left in 
position. The bridge is 103 feet long and 13.67 feet 
between curbs. It was opened to travel November 12, 
1921, but the finishing of the concrete fascias was delayed 
until spring. The entire w^ork was completed May 2, 
1922; the cost of the contract work was $4,740. 

Prison Point Bridge. 
A contract was made June 5 with the C. & R. Con- 
struction Company for repairing the floor of Prison 
Point drawbridge. Both courses of roadway planking 
and many stringers were renewed and part of the steel 
work was painted. About half of the roadway was kept 
open for travel at all times. The work was completed 
June 29, 1922, at a cost of $6,443.94; one half being paid 
by Boston and one half by Cambridge. 

Summer Street Bridge over Fort Point Channel. 
A contract was made September 22, 1922, with the 
Boston Barrier and External Brake Company for fur- 



72 City Document No. 22. 

nishing and installing two highway barriers at this 
bridge to replace two sets of gates for the sum of $11,000. 
No work has yet been done on the premises. 

Summer Street Bridge over Reserved Channel. 
A contract was made with W. H. Ellis & Son Company 
December 7, 1922, for repairing the piers of this bridge. 
The work is now under construction. 

Tremont Street Pipe Bridge over Boston & Albany 

Railroad. 
The old structure was a through bridge 62 feet long 
and 14 feet 7 inches between centers of girders, carrying 
two 30-inch water mains; it had become badly rusted 
and it was replaced by a new steel structure by the New 
England Structural Company, at a cost of $3,828.91 
under a contract dated August 25, 1922; it M'as com- 
pleted December 2. The new bridge is of the same 
general dimensions as the old but of heavier construction. 

Western Avenue Bridge to Watertown. 
A contract was made September 5 with W. H. Ellis & 
Son Company, for reflooring that part of the bridge 
supported by Boston, which includes the Boston approach 
and half the draw. The roadway flooring, sidew^alk 
planking and many stringers were renewed. One track 
of the Street Railway Company w^as kept open for cars. 
The work was completed October 5, 1922, at a cost of^ 
$3,314.02. The town of Watertown later repaired in a' 
similar manner the bridge supported by it. 

West Fourth Street Bridge. 
A contract was made July 14 with the C. & R. Con- 
struction Company for repairing the flooring of this 
bridge. Both sidewalks, central wheelguard and the 
northerl}^ roadway were replanked, both roadways were 
sheathed and curb sticks renewed. The work was com- 
pleted October 5, 1922, at a cost of $9,568.60. 

Deer Island Wharves. 
At the request of the Commissioner of Institutions an 
examination of the two city wharves at Deer Island was 
made. The flooring and the fender piles of the steam- 
boat wharf were found to be in poor condition. The 
fender piles and part of the flooring of the coal wharf 



Public Works Department. 73 

were in poor condition. Specifications and plans were 
made for repairing the wharves and a contract was made 
with W. H. ElHs & Son Company for doing the work, 
which included building spring fenders. Work was com- 
pleted May 19, 1922, at a cost of $15,096.22. 

Eastern Avenue Wharf. 

An examination of the wharf and piers at Eastern 
Avenue Wharf were made at the request of the Commis- 
sioner of Institutions. Specifications were made for 
repairing the flooring and a contract was made with 
W. H. Ellis & Son Company for doing the work, which 
was completed July 15, 1922, at a cost of S2,094.45. 
All the wharf not under the canopy was replanked, most 
of the stringers were renewed and three fender piles were 
spliced. 

Fireboat 1^7 IVharf. 

Specifications for rebuilding the fender pier and 
repairing the wharf at Fireboat 47 Wharf, East Boston, 
were made at the request of the Fire Commissioner. 
A contract was made with W. H. Ellis & Son Com- 
pany for doing the work. The fender pier was rebuilt 
of oak piles and girders. A few fender piles were driven 
on the face of the wharf and about 70 per cent of the 
wharf was replanked. The specifications called for 
building a canopy over the coal pile and planking the 
remaining part of the wharf, but the work was omitted 
owing to lack of funds. The work was completed 
February 24, 1922, at a cost of S4, 174.57. 

Repairing Three Garbage Dumps. 
An examination of the garbage dumps was made for 
the Sanitary Division and specifications were written 
for repairing the Fort Hill Wharf, Albany street and 
South street dumps. A contract for doing the work 
was made October 14, 1922, with the Murray Engiiffeer- 
ing Company. The work is now under construction. 

Stuart Street Extension. 
A contract was made September 25 with A. G. Tomas- 
ello & Son Company for building a retaining wall on 
the south side of Stuart street, between Huntington 
avenue and Dartmouth street, and filling the street to 
subgrade. The retaining wall is a reinforced concrete 
wall with counterforts on a pile foundation; the bottom 



74 City Document No. 22. 

of the wall is at elevation 4.5 feet above Boston city 
base. The top of the wall at the Huntington avenue 
end is at elevation 29.55 sloping towards Dartmouth 
street; the wall is surmounted by an iron fence 8 feet 
long at Huntington avenue, and a reinforced concrete 
fence for the rest of the structure. The street was 
macadamized for a width of about 30 feet from Hunt- 
ington avenue to Dartmouth street and a plank walk 
was built on the north side of the street to allow traffic 
pending permanent paving. The work was completed 
February 1, 1923, at a cost of $106,150.15. 

Surfacing Beach at Foot of M and N Streets, 
Strandway , South Boston. 
A contract was made November 8, 1921, with D. M. 
Biggs & Co. for surfacing a part of the beach at the 
Strandway, building a concrete wall about 1,170 feet 
long, four flights of steps and granolithic walks at the 
top of the beach. The work was completed August 5, 
1922, at a cost of $37,083.05. 



Public Works Department. 75 



FERRY SERVICE. 



''Noddle Island." 

On December 14, 1922, a contract with the R. Minton 
Company, was approved to furnish and install new road- 
way barriers and sidewalk gates on the "Noddle Island" 
for the sum of $2,250. 

These roadways barriers are of rugged construction, 
are satisfactory and are approved by the Inspection 
Service. 

At present most of the boats are furnished with these 
barriers and in the course of another year, probably all 
of the boats will be so equipped. 

"General Sumner." 

On January 17, 1922, a contract with the Atlantic 
Works was approved for repairs to the hull, main engines 
and auxiliaries on the "General Sumner" for the sum of 
$6,737. 

This work required the renewal of keelsons, frames and 
foundations under the boilers, the laying of new main 
decking on each end of boat, the reboring of the low 
presure cylinders of the main engines and the general 
overhauling of auxiliaries, piping and valves. 

"John H. Sullivan." 

On June 30, 1922, a contract with the Bethelehem 
Ship Building Corporation, was approved for repairing 
the main engines, auxiliaries, etc., on the "John H. 
Sullivan" for the sum of S4, 527. 

The major item of this contract, the installation of 
new thrust bearings, was requested by the Inspection 
Service. The thrusts now on the boat are of similar 
design to those on the two new steel boats, in that the 
bases of the thrusts are made fast to the beds of the main 
engines as well as to their foundations, each horseshoe 
has its own holding down bolts and a single lead screw 
on either side of the shaft is fitted with two nuts for each 
horseshoe for adjusting purposes. 

Further w^ork consisted of furnishing and installing 
a new 10-inch by 14-inch by 18-inch single, horizontal, 
double acting air pump for the condenser, the reboring 



76 



City Document No. 22. 



of the two low pressure cylinders, with the incidental 
furnishing and fitting of new snap rings, bull rings and 
followers; the overhauling of the handling gear, the 
installing of a new feed pump, the pump being furnished 
by the city; overhauling and making repairs on the 
condenser; the general overhauling and partial renewals 
of piping and valves; and the cleaning and painting of 
the hull. 

Docking of Boats. 

In the course of the year, to make necessary repairs, 
on account of accidents and at the request of the Inspec- 
tion Service, the following boats were taken out and 
placed on railways or drydocks. 



Name of Boat. 



Date. 



Yard. 



"General Sumner" 


i January 10, 1922 


Atlantic Works. 


"Governor Russell" 


; January 28, 1922 


Atlantic Works. 


"John H. Sullivan" 


June 27, 1922 


Simpson's Patent Drv Dock. 


"GenerrI Sumner" 


September 5, 1922 


Simpson's Patent Dry Dock. 


"Governor Russell" 


November 29, 1922 


Simpson's Patent Dry Dock . 


"John H. Sullivan" 


December 1, 1922 


Atlantic Works. 


"Hugh O'Brien" 


Janiiarv in. 1923 


R. T. Green's. 







Two Ferry' Bridges, Etc. 

Bids were received August 22, 1922, for furnishing 
and installing two sets of ferry bridge gallows frames and 
accompanying machinerj'- for the South Ferry; one set 
to be installed at the south landing, East Boston side, 
the other at the north landing, Boston side. A con- 
tract was made September 14, 1922, with the J. Edward 
Ogden Company, for doing the work for $210,000. This 
work is held in abeyance pending the completion of the 
foundations which are being built under a separate 
contract. 



Foundations for Two Ferry Bridges. 

A contract was made November 27, 1922, with Ru- 
dolph Jergurson Company for building foundations for 
two feri-y bridges at the South Ferry. Work was 
begun at the Boston landing December 27, but little 
has been done except to drive the piles for the two con- 
crete Diers. 



Public Works Department. 77 

South Ferry, Boston Side, South Pier. 

A contract was made May 9 with W. S. Rendle & Son 
Company for rebuilding the south pier at the Boston 
landing of the South Ferry with oak piles and oak 
girders. A few of the old rear piles that were in good 
condition were left in the work. The contract was 
completed June 29, 1922, at a cost of $8,024.55. 

South Ferry, East Boston Side, Middle Pier. * 

A contract was made August 21, 1922, with W. H. 
Ellis & Son Company for rebuilding the middle pier at 
the East Boston landing of the South Ferry. Some of 
the old piles in the interior of the pier were left in the 
work; most of the new piles were covered with canvas. 
The work was completed December 18, 1922, at a cost 
of $9,844.96. 

Bulkhead at South Ferry, East Boston. 

A contract was made January 3, 1923, with Lawler 
Brothers for building a bulkhead about 20 feet long 
across the passageway leading to the coal pocket. As 
yet no work has been done under this contract. 

Dredging Slips. 

A contract was made December 14 with the Bay 
State Dredging and Contracting Company for dredging 
at the South Ferry, East Boston side. The two main 
slips were dredged to minus 17 city ba-=!e for a width 
of 10 feet along the central line, most of the hospital 
dock and the berth at the coal pocket to minus 10 with 
a central depth to minus 16. 

The work was completed January 30, 1923, at a cost 
of $3,306.50. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John E. Carty, 
Division Engineer. 



78 



City Document No. 22. 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1922-23. 
* Expenditures on Account of "Special Account 1921-22." 

Boston bridges $15,805 42 

Boston and Cambridge bridges . 2,433 95 

$18,239 37 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 

(1.) Administration: 
Salaries : 



Division engineer . 


$417 00 




Supervisors 


278 76 




Engineers and draughts 


- 




men 


791 95 




Clerk .... 


26 02 




Inspectors 


24 65 




Medical inspector . 


83 34 




Pensions : 






Veterans . 


341 68 




Pay to injured employees 


10 00 




Printing, postage a n c 


I 




stationery 


721 96 




Travel . "^ . 


62 55 




Telephone . . . 


26 00 




Engineers' supplies a n c 


I 




instruments 


16 75 




Typewriter inspection . 


6 00 




Office supplies 


38 87 




Advertising . 


20 80 


$2,866 33 






(2.) Yard and Stockroom : 






Yard: 






Clerk, janitor, watchman 


$51 18 




Travel 


8 15 




Tools 


70 86 




Tool repairs 


49 95 




Repairing buildings 


1 33 


$181 47 


Stockroom : 




Stock purchased 




478 62 




$660 09 



* The purpose of this account was to provide for the unpaid liabilities incurred to 
January 31, 1922, inclusive. 



Public Woeks Department. 



79 



Automobiles. 



Division 
Engineer. 



Supervisor. 



Truck 
No. 1. 



Truck 
No. 2. 



Truck 
No. 3. 



Total. 



Wages of chauffeur 

New fires and tubes 

Repairs to tires and tubes 

Storage 

Supplies 

Repairs 

Oil and gasoline 

Registration 

Totals 



S19 29 

29 72 
9 50 

30 CO 
425 39 

L 50 
77 54 
12 00 



$6C5 94 



8 50 
30 00 



57 09 
42 15 



$157 03 



$50 00 
4 12 



48 96 



$103 08 



$19 29 



$33 23 



1 25 



8 50 
2 21 

44 92 



$76 17 



15 75 

95 10 

61 95 

2 GO 



$208 03 



$57 87 

62 95 

19 25 

110 00 

453 76 

156 90 

275 52 

14 00 



$1,150 25 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 



Labor 
and 

Materials. 


$35 96 


152 78 


530 21 


1,119 35 


35 30 


124 49 


$1,998 09 



.Mlston Street 

Boston Street 

C Street, stairs 

Dorchester Avenue (over Old Colonj' Railroad) 

Milton 

Cleaning bridges 



80 



City Document No. 22. 



Beidges. 
Expenditures on Tide Water Bridges. 



BniDGFS. 



Draw- 
tenders' 
Salaries. 



Mechanics' 
Wages. 



Material. 



Pepair 
Bills. 



Supplies. 



Total. 



Broadway 

Charlestown 

Chelsea North 

Chelsea South 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street .... 
Dorchester Avenue . 

Dover Street 

L Street* 

Maiden 

Meridian Street. . . . 
Northern Avenue . . 
Summer Street . . . . 
Warren 



$191 72 
253 34 
212 26 
191 72 
196 65 
191 72 
191 72 
191 72 
191 72 
191 72 
191 72 
212 26 
191 72 
190 61 



$82 00 
61 72 
19 66 
41 66 



$185 82 



5 00 
101 29 



97 50 



2 50 
10 50 



2 00 



99 66 



249 64 



$14 75 

250 49 

18 18 

24 93 

267 C6 

1,543 18 

23 70 

514 89 

85 88 

53 92 

75 28 

176 86 

172 54 

292 57 



$21 07 
58 05 

210 64 
74 22 
18 57 

128 14 

101 94 
90 48 
80 27 

106 97 
44 13 

794 22 
73 56 
64 62 



$227 54 
829 70 
502 80 
310 53 
523 94 

1,863 04 
317 36 
802 09 
556 66 
352 61 
315 63 

1,193 84 
437 82 
897 10 



Totals. 



$2,790 60 $423 99 $534 96 $3,514 23 $1,866 88 $9,130 66 



* New Summer street over Reserved Channel. 



Summary of Expenditures. 



Administration 

Yard and stockroom 

Automobiles 

Inland bridges 

Tide water bridges .... 


$2,866 33 

660 09 

1,150 25 

1,998 09 

9,130 66 


Total 


. $15,805 42 


* Granite Avenue 


Bridge. 


Salaries of drawtenders . 

Light 


$30 81 
2 31 



Total 



$33 12 



* Maintained jointly bV Suffolk County and Town of Milton. 



Public Works Department. 



81 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1922-23. 
Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriatioyi. 

Boston bridges $382,413 98 

Boston and Cambridge bridges . 27,669 10 

$410,083 08 



Total Expenditures. 
From maintenance appropriation . $410,083 08 
From special appropriation . 351,878 36 



(1- 





$761,961 44 


EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 


Administration : 




Salaries : 




Division engineer . 


$3,750 00 


Supervisors 


5,019 46 


Engineers and draughts 


- 


men 


22,223 09 


Clerk 


1,900 00 


Inspectors 


3222 94 


Medical inspector . 


166 67 


Pensions : 




Veterans . 


4,227 98 


Holiday time 


1,392 50 


Vacations 


2,018 24 


Pay to injured employees 


1,472 29 


Printing, postage, station- 




ery and advertising . 


1,008 86 


Travel .... 


221 67 


Telephone 


26 40 


Engineers' supplies and in- 




struments . 


859 16 


Typewriter inspection . 


26 75 


Office supplies 


822 71 




<Ip-iO,C)Oo t ii 



82 



City Document No. 22. 



(2.) Yard and Stockroom: 
Yard: 

Clerk, janitor and watch 

man 
Travel 
Tools 

Tool repairs 
Telephone 
Furnishings 
Supplies 

Stockroom : 

Stock purchased during 
year .... 
Used on various bridges and 
charged to same . 

Increase in stock . 



$3,780 


00 


194 


80 


959 


96 


205 03 


143 


40 


13 


35 


68 27 


$5,189 


17 


3,235 


20 



$5,364 81 



1,953 97 

57,318 78 



Automobiles. 



Division 
Engineer. 



Supervisor. 



Truck 
No. 1. 



Truck 
No. 2. 



Truck 
No. 3. 



Total. 



Wages of cliauEFeur 

Storage 

Repairs 

Suppbes 

Oil and gasolene 

New tires and tubes 

Repairs to tires and tube.?. 
Registration 



$1,075 50 
165 00 
379 29 

47 65 
311 90 
180 86 

49 50 



Totals. 



S2,209 79 



SI ,362 21 

182 50 

422 42 

55 77 

232 91 

128 49 

24 00 

10 00 



SI ,357 71 



$25 00 

393 21 

47 88 

244 59 

133 06 

5 00 

2 00 



194 42 
23 27 

203 41 

22 42 

28 75 

2 00 



$2,418 30 I $850 74 I $1,831 98 



$25 00 

139 95 

15 93 

201 06 

172 00 

2 50 

2 00 



$3,795 42 

397 50 

l,52j 29 

190 50 

1,193 96 

636 83 

109 75 

IC 00 



$558 44 



$7,869 25 



Public Works Department. 



83 



Bridges. 
Expenditures on Tide Water Bridges. 



Bridges. 



Draw- 

tendors' 
Salaries. 



Mechanics' 
Wages. 



Material. 



Rerair 
Bills. 



Supplies. 



Total. 



Broadway 

Charlestown 

Chelaea North 

Chelsea South 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street. . . . 
Dorchester Avenue 

Dover Street 

L Street* 

Maiden 

jNIeridian Street.. . . 
Northern Avenue. . 
Summer Street . . . . 
Warren 

Totals 



$14,372 00 
19,472 62 
16,400 70 
14,478 98 
14,444 59 
14,650 06 
14,370 44 
14,324 65 
14,361 57 
14,849 17 
14,793 82 
16,388 66 
14,818 73 
14,656 69 



S557 00 
1,692 93 
1,076 65 
2,424 63 
1,943 00 

979 43 
2,561 10 
4,043 70 
1,746 80 

380 05 
1,411 75 
1,509 80 

959 10 
1,238 60 



873 14 

940 53 

166 16 

853 45 

1,161 26 

1,144 37 

1,568 43 

2,727 63 

1,577 24 

4 93 

334 52 

1,465 57 

663 73 

32 32 



$212,382 68 $22,524 54 $12,713 28 $14,929 66 $13,730 63 



$202 03 

684 12 

2,627 61 

3,555 61 

884 22 

422 43 

1,096 83 

1,090 51 

93 54 

317 22 

976 89 

1,653 86 

995 17 

329 62 



$296 23 
713 81 
792 48 
547 67 
424 28 

1,261 08 
503 43 
499 88 
43 i 98 
454 70 
559 34 

5,075 17 
543 41 

1,627 17 



$15,500 40 
23,504 01 
21,063 60 
21.860 34 
18,857 35 
18,457 37 
20,100 23 
22,686 37 
18,211 13 
16,006 07 
18,076 32 
26,093 06 
17,980 1 3 
17,884 40 



$276,280 79 



* Now Summer street over Reserved Channel. 



84 



City Document No. 22. 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 


Labor 

and 

Material. 


Albany Street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 


$648 4.3 


Allston Street 


4,961 3.5 


Arlington Street 


3,682 9,5 


Ashland Street 


10 00 


Ashmont Street 


1,744 02 


Austin Street 


161 67 


Babson Street . . 


92 90 


Beacon Street ("over Boston & Albany Railroad) 


1,605 18 


Beacon Street (over outlet) 


43 61 


Berkeley Street 


•")43 40 


Blakemore Street 


46 00 


Blue Hill Avenue 


405 15 




2,000 54 


Boylston Street Cover Boston & Albany Railroad) 


1,449 56 




647 23 


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


13 25 




188 30 


C Street Stairs 


404 60 




60 00 


Cambridge Street Cover Boston & Maine Railroad) .... 


148 96 




28 79 


Charlesgate West 


179 23 




24 00 


Columbia Road (Old Colony Division) 


14 50 


Commercial Point 


2,505 59 


Dana Avenue 


69 60 


Dartmouth Street 


6,230 11 


Dorchester Avenue (Old Colony Division) 


7 82 




1,280 63 


Fairmount Avenue 


5 00 




1,639 23 


Harvard Street 


213 42 




77 50 


Hyde Park Avenue (over Stony brook) 


579 41 




4 50 






Carried forunrrl 


S31.716 45 







Public Works Department. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges. — Concluded. 



85 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Brought forward 

James Avenue 

Massachusetts Avenue (over Providence Division) 

Milton Street, Hyde Park 

Mystic Avenue 

Norfolk Street 

Peabody Square 

Redfield Street 

Reservoir Road 

River Street, Hyde Park 

Sha wmut Avenue 

Sprague Street, Hyde Park 

Southampton Street (over Old Colony Railroad) . . 

Southampton Street (over sluice) 

Summer Street (over A Street) 

Tollgate Way 

Walworth Street 

Webster Street 

West Fourth Street 

West River Street 

Western Avenue to Watertown 

Cleaning bridges 



$31,710 45 

21 55 

200 29 

103 47 

34 38 

1.55 04 

43 14 

614 98 

183 94 

28 94 

1,-568 67 

125 39 

2,001 71 

19 50 

5 01 

438 C7 

33 97 

27 18 

667 50 

19 00 

193 16 

4,394 50 

$42,586 44 



SUMMAKY OF EXPENDITURES. 



Administration 
Yard and stockroom 
Automobiles and truck;^ 
Inland bridges 
Tide water bridges 



Total 



BRIDGES, REPAIRS, ETC. 
Northern Avenue Bridge. 
C. & R. Construction Company . . . SlQjTS.*: 
W. H. Ellis & Sons Company 
M. S. Kelliher . 
Salaries of engineers 
Advertising .... 
Material 

Carried forward 



$48,358 72 

7,318 78 

7,869 25 

42,586 44 

276,280 79 

$382,413 98 



36 



7,707 42 




1,568 92 




1,045 53 




31 30 




14 18 






$30,120 71 






$30,120 71 



86 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought fonmrd 










$30,120 71 


Dartmouth Street Bridge. 




Transit Department $6,405 62 




Antonj' Cefalo .... 






3,670 47 




Trucking 






1,333 92 




Material 






625 83 




Mechanic's wages .... 






512 00 




Flagman 






469 52 




Boston Elevated Railway Company 






315 82 




Supplies 






170 50 




Salaries of engineers 






60 00 




Inspector 






37 03 




Advertising 






31 55 




Travel 






23 65 








13,655 91 




Dorchester Avenue Bridge. 




C. & R. Construction Company 


13,015 78 


Warren Bridge. 




W. S. Rendle & Sons Company .... $10,275 83 




Inspection 241 64 




Travel and telephone 6 50 








10,523 97 




West Fourth Street Bridge. 




C. & R. Construction Company 


9,568 60 


Congress Street Bridge. 




Antony Cefalo S6,429 98 




W. H. Ellis & Sons Company .... 2,505 63 




Salaries of engineers 145 75 








9,081 36 




Charlestotv^' Bridge. 




W. S. Rendle & Sons Company .... $6,931 32 




Travel 




6 00 












6,937 32 






Arlington Street 




$4,688 58 




Bennington Street 








14 19 


■ 


Braddock Park 








1,380 31 




Charlesgate West . 








706 79 




Chelsea North 








87 22 




Chelsea South 








982 14 




Dover Street . 








2,679 19 




Massachusetts Avenue 








848 21 




New Allen Street . 








1,957 19 




Prison Point . 








3,317 86 




Shawmut Avenue . 








1,129 76 




Summer Street 








2,674 37 




Western Avenue to Watertawn 






3,383 06 




West Ne'ni:on Street .... 






560 67 








24,409 54 














$117,313 19 



Public Works Department. 



87 



Chelsea South 


Bridge. 








Holbrook, Cabot & Rollins Corporation $154,694 90 


Salaries of engineers 










9,291 41 


Strauss Bascule Bridge Company 










8,400 00 


Postage and stationery- 












418 90 


Inspection .... 














174 75 


Supplies 














168 42 


Traveling expenses 














162 83 


John McCourt Company 














71 40 


Advertising .... 














30 60 


Telephone 










4 39 


Dover Street Bridge. 


$173,417 60 




Transit Department $16,496 39 


Materials .... 














2,285 77 


Mechanics' wages . 














868 82 


Mark H. Lynch 














727 95 
















583 65 


McKie Lighter Company . 














450 00 


Paving Service 














440 00 


Teaming .... 














237 11 


Supplies 














183 70 


Freight 














120 68 


W. H. Ellis & Sons Company 














120 00 


Travel 














46 22 


Medical services 














42 00 


Beacon Street Bridge Rebuilding. 


$22,602 29 




Salaries of engineers $3,723 18 


Supplies 159 72 


Advertising 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge. 


15 30 


$3,898 20 




General Construction Company $2,305 62 


Salaries of engineers 839 92 


Mark H. Lynch 198 00 


Photographs 

Cambridge Street Bridge Rebuilding. 


32 00 


$3,375 54 




Salaries of engineers $2,660 95 


Supplies 321 38 


Inspection 157 68 


Advertising 

Sea Wall, Etc., Roxbury Canal. 


31 50 


$3,171 51 




P. L. Perkins & Co. . . . • $1,26107 


John B. Dolan 916 44 


Wiring 

Carried forward 


725 17 


$2,902 68 



88 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Mark H. Lynch 
Salaries of engineers 
Inspection 
Materials 
Paving Service 
Transit Department 



D. M. Biggs & Co. 
Salaries of engineers 
Travel . 



Old Harbor lMPRo\rEMENT. 



$2,902 68 

165 19 

111 22 

103 56 

71 75 

38 35 

5 60 

$3,398 35 



$23,589 30 

1,095 88 

16 50 

$24,701 68 



Amount paid into the City Treasmy during 1922-23 

Part cost of repairs : 

Albany Street Bridge . . $2,766 64 
Dover Street Bridge . . 407 38 

— • $S 

Sale of old materials 

Penalty on coal 

Rents, Warren Avenue 

Rents, Charlestown Bridge 2 



,174 02 

82 50 

3 22 

200 00 

!,697 00 



5,156 7 4 

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



Balances 

from 

1921-22. 



Total Credits 
Including 
Balances 

Carried Over. 



Expended Balance 

During Unexpended 

Year January 31, 

1922-23. 1923. 



Bridges, repairs, twenty-one bridges . . 

Chelsea South Bridge 

Dover Street Bridge 

Rebuilding Beacon Street Bridge. . . . 

Hyde Park Avenue Bridge 

Rebuilding Cambridge Street Bridge. 

Sea Wall, etc., Roxbury Canal 

Old Harbor Improvement 



Totals . 



$29,367 61 
11,725 42 

22,682 46 



14,097 96 



94,452 16 
31,180 90 



$203,506 51 



$133,754 71 
461,725 42 

22,682 46 
175,000 00 

14,097 96 
160,000 00 

94,452 16 

31,180 90 



$1,092,893 61 



$117,313 19 

173,417 60 

22,602 29 

3,898 20 

3,375 54 

3,171 51 

3,398 35 

24,701 68 



$351,878 36 



$16,441 52 

288,307 82 

80 17 

171,101 80 

10,722 42 

156,828 49 

91,053 81 

6,479 22 



$741,015 25 



Salaries of drawtenders 

Repairs . 

Fuel 

Light 

Printing . 

Photograph? 

Total 



Granite Avenue Bridge.* 



$2,336 28 

234 39 

15 00 

13 98 

12 28 

2 50 

$2,614 43 



Maintained jointly by Suffolk County and town of Milton. 



Public Woeks Department. 89 



Boston 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 



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

III. Number of w^hich Boston pays a part of the 
cost of maintenance . 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 
In charge of Comm.issioners for Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges 

In charge of Commissioners for Granite 
Avenue Bridge 



IV. Number of which Boston maintains the whole 

or a part of the wearing surface . . 34 
V. Number maintained by Metropolitan District 

Commission 4 

YI. Number maintained by 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 Rail- 

road 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 

VII . Number maintained by the United States 
Government 



84 



12 



— 15 



40 



Total number . 190 



90 



City Document No. 22. 



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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 rebuilt 1921 " 174 " 5 " 564 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 450 

John H. Sullivan 1912 " 172 " 3 " 527 

Lieutenant Flaherty 1921 " 174 " 727 

Ralph J. Palumbo 1921 " 174 " 755 

Financial Statement for the Year Ending January 31, 

1923 
1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . S101,669 30 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year 200 00 

$101,869 30 

Cash paid over to City Collector .... $101,669 30 
Cash in hands of tollmen, January 31, 1923 200 00 

$101.869 30 

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Received from annual appropriation for Ferry 

Service $497,937 00 

Transferred to Sanitary Service .... 845 30 

$497,091 70 
Unexpended balances from special appropriations 

February 1, 1922: 
East Boston Ferry Improvements, etc. . . 260,616 13 

Ferryboat ''Noddle Island" 1,569 17 

Ferryboats, repairs, etc 1,346 43 

Total appropriations and balances carried 

over $760,623 43 

Total expenditures 504,078 59 

Unexpended balances, January 31, 1923 . $255,944 84 

Unexpended balances of special appropria- 
tions, January 31, 1923 $255,944 84 

* Special Account, 1921-22. E.xpenditures, $21,483.21. 

* The purpose of this account was to provide for the unpaid liabilities incurred to 
January 31, 1922, inclusive. 



92 City Document No. 22. 



3. Result of Operations for the Year 

Receipts for the year (net income) 
Ordinary expenses (maintenance 

appropriations) .... 
Interest paid on feiTy debt 
Depreciation on ferryboats 
Decrease in value of machinery and 

tools 

Decrease in value of supplies on 

hand 

Decrease in value of fuel on hand . 
* Expenditures — Special account, 

1922-23 



Net outgo for the year 
Net loss for the year 





$101,669 30 


$497,091 70 
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Comparative Balance Sheets at the Close of Each Year for Five Years. 





January 31, 
1919. 


January 31, 
1920. 


January 31, 
1921. 


January 31, 
1922. 


January 31. 
1923. 


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27,280 67 

184,668 33 

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263,531 73 

1,024,067 76 

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27,904 00 

173,588 23 

2,475 44 


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35,852 94 

947,082 35 

379,450 27 

2,227 90 


251 37 
25,831 83 

255,944 84 

972.070 25 

1,804 60 


Real estate, land and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 


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610,100 00 


610.000 00 


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315,815 68 
5,477,858 89 


$834,356 14 

315,815 68 
5,878,459 23 


$1,075,059 66 

315,815 68 
6,395,570 42 


$1,927,401 15 

315,815 68 
6,865,402 36 


$1,866,202 89 


Cost of avenues, etc., East Boston 
(pre\ ious to 1870)' 


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Deficiency of assets (loss) 


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$6,633,079 17 


$7,028,631 05 


$8,686,445 76 


$9,108,619 19 


$9,575,109 80 


Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City of Boston 
to date 


$6,605,798 50 
27,280 67 


$7,000,727 05 
27.004 no 


$7,7.39,303 41 
947,082 35 


$8,845,087 46 
263,-531 73 


89,319,164 96 


Appropnations account (credit 
balances) 


255,944 84 








Total liabilities 


$6,633,079 171 $7,028,631 05 


88,686,445 76 


$9,108,619 19 


?9,575,109 80 




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Total expenditures to date per ferry 
books 


S13,S00,.322 33 
6,003 00 

270,148 85 


$14,202,440 75 

5,428 50 

279,148 85 


$1.0,113,454 44 

15,211 67 
279,148 85 


$16,309,053 08 

29,795 00 

279,148 85 


$16,865,009 88 


Interest of debt for the year (per 
City Auditor) 

Interest previous years, etc. (net 
debits, per City Auditor) 


49,585 00 
279,148 85 


Total expenditures 


$14,085,534 18 
7.4/9,735 68 


.<l;l 4,577,027 10 
7,576,300 05 


$15,407,814 96 
7,608,451 55 


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


.$17,193,743 73 


Defluct total receipts paid to City 
Collector 


7,874.578 7/ 






E.xce.ss expenditures, capital 


$6,605,798 50 


$7,000,727 05 


.S7.739.363 41 


$8,845,087 46 


$9,319,164 96 















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98 City Document No. 22. 



Total Expenditures Upon Ferries Since 1858-59. 

Expenditures for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 
previous to the purchase of the ferries by the 

city $444,101 30 

Purchase of the ferries April, 1870 . . . 276,375 00 
Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870 . 1,642,202 91 
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 Batterv Wharf in 

1893 ' . . . 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $3,000,517 83 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . 1,759,609 52 

Expenditures for fuel 2,298,324 12 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 7,836,474 50 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 2,298,817 76 

$17,193,743 73 



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, 7,562,667 81 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 69,476 02 

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

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 29,744 09 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

Citv Auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $7,874,778 77 
Less amount with tollmen as capital ... ' 200 00 



Total receipts, per auditor's figures . . $7,874,578 77 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1923. 

Appropriations (regular) for the vear ending 

January 31, 1923 $497,937 00 

Transferred to Sanitary Service .... 845 30 



Amount of expenditures (regular) for the year . $497,091 70 



Public Works Department. 



99 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 
East Boston Ferry, Improvements, Etc. 

Unexpended balance February 1, 1922 . $260,616 13 

Expenditures from February 1, 1922, to January 
31, 1923: 

Amount paid to Groton Iron 
Works, under contract retained 
from 1921 (''Lieutenant Fla- 
herty") . . 

Labor, engineering, etc. 

Traveling expenses 

Advertising 

Printing 

Blueprints 

License 



Unexpended balance January 31, 1923 

Ferryboats, repairs, etc. : 

Unexpended balance February 1, 1922 . 
Amount paid for piston boiler feed pump 

Unexpended balance January 31, 1923 

Ferryboat "Noddle Island": 

Unexpended balance February 1, 1922 . 
Expenditures for the year .... 

Unexpended balance January 31, 1923 



5,317 


76 


1,744 


12 


90 08 


36 90 


100 93 


124 


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7,414 79 


$253,201 34 


$1,346 43 
172 10 


$1,174 33 


$1,569 17 
0,000 00 


$1,569 17 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


S9,348 47 
8,565 24 


S4,005 50 $13,353 97 
5,945 50 14,510 74 


East Boston side 




Totals 


$17,913 71 SS9.951 nn 


$27,864 71 






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100 



City Document No. 22. 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 90,322 foot passengers at 1 

cent $903 22 

For cash fares for teams . . 24,120 79 



$27,864 71 





South Ferry. 




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Total at North Fer 


$52,888 72 


From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 


$9,208 57 
8,099 21 


$4,440 00 
3,375 50 


$13,648 57 


East Boston side 


11,474 71 










Totals 


. . . $17,307 78 


$7,815 50 


$25,123 28 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 73,582 foot passengers at 1 
cent 

For cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$735 82 
19,886 31 



,123 28 



20,622 13 



North and South Ferries .... 

Tickets paid for at ferry ofl&ce 

Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1922 



Total from rates 
Rents for the year 
Headhouse privileges 
Care of public telephone booths 
Commission on public telephones 



$45,745 41 


$98,634 13 

1,972 20 

1 00 



Total receipts for the year 



$100,607 33 

495 98 

400 00 

48 00 

117 99 

$101,669 30 



Statement of Travel on the Ferries From February 1, 
1922, TO January 31, 1923, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferrj'. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 1,881,693 1,804,360 
Foot passengers by ticket . . 21,586 3,852 

Foot passengers free .... 190 1,675 



Total foot passengers 



1,903,469 1,809,887 



Public Works Department. 



101 



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

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

Two-horse teams and motor trucks, 

Three-horse teams and heavy motor 
trucks 

Four-horse teams .... 

Handcarts, etc 

Drag wheels 

Free teams, hacks and motor ve- 
hicles 



268,467 



233,940 



223,780 
197,826 


144,931 
143,431 


532 

2,085 

2,476 




1,318 

3,976 

1,857 

2 


15,378 


13,971 


710,544 


543,426 



Motor Vehicle Traffic (as per Reports of Captains). 

February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923, included in above figures. 





North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


Total. 


Runabouts 


55,618 


55,781 


111,399 


Toiiring cars 


1 253,372 


2 151,931 


405,303 


Truck? 


3 186,567 


^ 169,001 


355,i)68 


Totals 


495,557 


376,713 


872,270 



1 Includes 9,717 free. 2 Includes 3, 192 free. 3 includes 6,864 free. » Includes 3,032 free. 



Total paying foot passengers . 
Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried 



3,711,491 
1,865 

3,713,356 



Total paying teams . 
Total free teams 

Total teams carried . 



1,224,621 
29,349 

1,253,970 



102 



City Document No. 22. 



Total Travel on Both Ferries From February 1, 1917, to 

January 31, 1923. 





1917-18. 


1918-19. 


1919-20. 


1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-23. 




577,507 

308,564 

3,538 

7,089 

110,203 

3,570 


500,193 

306,672 

3,471 

7,598 

132.743 

3,265 

8 


494,372 

330,023 

4,372 

4,542 

173,821 

4,935 

6 


437,254 

314,109 

4.105 

3,774 

226,742 

5,224 

1 


468,831 

309,529 

1,605 

4,311 

299,791 

4,122 


502,407 




341,257 




1,850 




6,061 


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


368,711 
4,3a3 










Paid teams at both ferries 

Free teams at both ferries 


1,010,471 
15,177 


953,950 
21,708 


1,012,071 

17,447 


991,209 
16,650 


1,088,189 
22,458 


1.224,621 
29.349 


Total teams at both ferries . 


1,025,648 


975,658 


1,029,518 


1,007.859 


1,110,647 


1,253,970 


Foot passengers paid 

Foot passengers free 


4,191,410 
846 


3,952,673 
2,820 


4,424,773 
4,500 


3,987,785 
3,305 


4,390,781 
4,479 


3,711,491 
1,865 






Total foot passengers 


4,192,256 


3,955,493 


4.429,273 


3,991,090 


4,395,260 


3.713.356 



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



Public Works Department. 103 



APPENDIX C. 



Boston, February 1, 1923. 

Mr. Joseph A. Rourke, 

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 Januarv 31, 
1923. 

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

Lighting Service $734,059 09 

Paving Service 1,225,019 41 



Total $1,959,0 78 50 

Paving Service. 

The department forces were employed in the main- 
tenance of the streets throughout the city, resurfacing 
and repairing the macadam roadways and relaying the 
paving in the granite paved streets. 

Several Reo and Ford trucks have been purchased 
during the year and have proved satisfactory. It is 
contemplated to increase the number of trucks next 
year, thereby eliminating horses. Two steam road 
rollers have been condemned by the State Boiler Inspec- 
tors, thereby reducing the number available to seven. 
There are 106 horses of various ages and conditions 
which we hope to dispose of, substituting trucks. Tools 
and equipment have been received as needed. 

The resurfacing of streets with tar or asphalt penetra- 
tion was discontinued as far as possible and sheet asphalt 
and bitulithic substituted. Early in the spring con- 
struction was resumed with eleven unfinished contracts 
from the preceding year. During the j^ar contracts 
w^ere awarded to construct or repair sixty-eight streets 
and all but eighteen were completed. 



104 City Document No. 22. 

About 228,000 square yards of granite block pavement 
was laid in the following streets: 

Washington street, from 69 feet south of Corinth 
street to Denton terrace; Centre street, from Columbus 
avenue across Hyde square and Boylston street across 
Green street; Main street, from Alford street to bridge 
over Boston & Maine Railroad; Mystic avenue, from 
Main street to bridge over Boston & Maine Railroad; 
Berkeley street, from Providence street across Columbus 
avenue; Northampton street, from Washington street, 
across Albany street; Causeway street, from Portland 
street to Beverly street ; Beverly street, from Causeway 
street to Warren Bridge; D street, from Fargo street to 
Claflin street; Tilton street, from Fellows street north- 
westerly; Essex street, from Washington street to 
Atlantic avenue; Harrison avenue, from Essex street 
to Beach street; Charles street, from Beacon street to 
Boylston street (east side); Dorchester avenue, from 
Summer street to bridge over Fort Point channel. 

About 52,000 square yards of sheet asphalt pavement 
was laid on the following streets: 

Allenwood street, from Anawan avenue to Pelton 
street; Castleton street, from South Huntington avenue 
to Jamaicaway; Parkwood terrace, from Parkton road 
to Jamaicaway; Humboldt avenue, from Walnut avenue 
to Seaver street; St. James avenue, from Berkeley street, 
across Clarendon street; Exeter street, from Beacon 
street to Commonwealth avenue; Clarendon street, 
from St. James avenue to Stuart street; Fairfield street, 
from Beacon street to Boylston street; Bickford street, 
from Heath street to Centre street; Prince street, 
from Salem street to Causeway street; Thacher street, 
from Endicott street to Prince street. 

About 81,000 square yards of bitulithic pavement 
were laid on the following streets: 

East Springfield .street, from Harrison avenue to 
Washington street ; West Springfield street, from Wash- 
ington street to Columbus avenue; Marie street, from 
Mt. Ida road to Percival street; Stark street, from 
Cambridge street to Roland street; Blue "Hill avenue, 
east side, from Talbot avenue to River street ; Brookline 
avenue, from Newbury street to Audubon road; Dor- 
chester street, from East Eighth street to Dorchester 
avenue; Centre avenue, from Centre street to Dor- 
chester avenue; Victoria street, from Pleasant street to 
Dorchester avenue. 



Public Works Department. 105 

About 3,500 square yards of wood block pavement 
was laid on the following streets : 

Pearl street, from 153 feet south of Milk street across 
Franklin street; Franklin street, from Pearl street to 
Oliver street; Congress street from Milk street to 73 
feet north of Franklin street. 

About 31,000 square yards of asphalt concrete pave- 
ment was laid on the following streets: 

Centre street, from Columbus avenue across Hyde 
square and Boylston street across Green street; North 
Beacon street, from Market street to beyond Parsons 
street; Stuart street, from Dartmouth street across 
Trinity place and from Clarendon street to Columbus 
avenue; Arborway, from Forest Hills to Morton street; 
Morton street, from Forest Hills to 1,200 feet easterly; 
Hastings street, from Centre street to Corey street. 

Lighting Service. 

The so-called ''White Way" lighting was increased 
to a considerable extent by the installation of the 
boulevard type of lamp in Boylston street, Copley 
square, Audubon circle, Stuart street and Day square, 
East Boston. There are now in operation 20,143 
street lights, made up of 5,517 arc lights, 4,743 incan- 
descent and 9,883 gas lamps. 

Yours respectfully, 

James H. Sullivan, 
Division Engineer. 



106 City Document No. 22. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Expenditures February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923. 

Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 



Company 


$406,635 25 






Charlestown Gas and Electric 








Company 


23,588 89 










$430,224 


14 


Incandescent. 








Edison Electric Illmninating 








Company 


$84,137 17 






Charlestown Gas and Electric 








Company 


21 12 






Charlestown Gas and Electric 








Company fire alann lamps 


176 79 










84,335 


08 






Gas Lighting: 








Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 








pany 


$195,552 13 






Charlestown Gas and Electric 








Company 


10,532 59 






Charlestown Gas and Electiic 








Company fire alarm lamps 


399 00 










206,483 


72 






Salaries and Wages: 








Division Engineer (part of) 


$1,250 00 






Clerk 


2,000 00 






Stenographer and clerk . 


1,392 08 






Lighting inspector 


1,600 00 






Pensions 


360 00 










6,602 


08 






Automobile Expenses: 








Gasolene oil, etc, . 


$176 96 






Registration 


10 00 






Shoes and tubes, new and repairs, 


57 13 






Supplies 


21 12 






Repairs 


43 63 






Storage . 


84 00 










392 


84 






Carried forward .... 


$728,037 86 



Public Works Department. 107 

Brought forward $728,037 86 

Construction: 

Installing lamps and posts and 
removing and relocating lamps, 
posts, etc $1,299 49 



Office Expenses: 
Printing . 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 

Miscellaneous: 

Travel expenses (car fares) . 
Tj'^pewriter repaid and inspec- 
tion 

Gas lamp posts . . . . 
Globes and shade frames 

Installing Boulevard Lamps on 
Boylston street . . . . 

Strandway 

Stuart street 



$100 79 
30 00 
99 94 


$17 10 

12 00 

1,473 42 

60 12 


$2,023 69 

1,707 65 

653 91 



1,299 49 



230 73 



1,562 64 



4,385 25 



Total $735,515 97 

Less rebates on installations .... 1,456 88 



Total $734,059 09 . 

Revenue Credited to General Revenue. 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge Bridges . . $ 2,814 38 

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. 

Boulevard Type White Way lamps have been installed 
in Boylston street, Copley square, Audubon circle, 
Stuart street and Day square. Thus throughout the 
city the lighting system has been increased, including! 
the Boulevard Type and new magnetite arcs, by the 
installation of 102 lamps, and 57 incandescents and 41 
gas lamps at various locations. The usual amount of 
regulation and relocation of lamps and services, made 



108 City Document No. 22. 

necessary bj'- 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 districts prescribed 
for the year have been inspected and necessary changes 
and additions have been made. 

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

Public streets and alleys 608 . 12 

Public footways 1.31 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys 

approximately 300.00 

Total 909.43 

During the year the following defects were reported 
by the police: arc lamps, 8,443; incandescent, 4,895, 
and gas lamps, 3,513. 

There are in operation 20,132 arc, incandescent and 
gas lamps, divided as follows: 5,517 arcs, 4,743 incan- 
descents, 9,729 single mantle gas lamps and 143 fire 
alarm gas lamps. 

Lamps Installed. 

Magnetite arc lamps 102 

Tungsten lamps 57 

Single mantle gas lamps 41 

200 

Lamps Discontinued. 

Magnetite arc lamps 1 

Tungsten lamps 25 

Single mantle gas lamps 25 

51 

Net increase 149 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of 
various types in use on January 1, 1923, as compared 
with the number in use on January 1, 1922. 



January, 
1923. 



January, 
1922. 



Increase or 
Decrease. 



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Tungsten incandescent, 



9,729 

143 

5,517 

4,743 



9,713 

143 

5,416 

4,711 



16 

101 
32 



20,132 



19,983 



149 



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



Date. 



Incan- 
descent. 



Gas. 



Arc. 



Februarys, 1922 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January, 1923., 



22.39 

11.47 

7.63 

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Gas Lighting. 

There are 9,729 single mantle gas lamps; 108 open 
flame gas fire alarm lamps; and 35 single mantle fire 
alarm gas lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts; the Gas Com- 
pany sets the lamp-posts, provides service pipes laid 
from the gas mains to the top of the posts; maintains 
all such pipes and posts in good condition and repair; 
furnishes gas, lanterns, burners and all other necessary 
equipment including labor for Hghting 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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Electric Lighting. 

There are in use 5,517 magnetite arc lamps, 3,349 
40-candle power, 1,329 60-candle power, 21 100-candle 
power, 25 200-candle power, 8 250-candle power, 11 500- 
candle power tungsten lamps. 

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

The lighting rates for electric lamps are in accordance 
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Fixed Costs 
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for lamps in all sections of the city. A deduction at 
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or less and 5 cents per hour for all other lamps is made 
for outages. 



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City Document No. 22. 



Expenditures on 



Account of 
1921-22. 



Special Account 



The purpose of this account was to provide for the 
unpaid Habihties incurred to January 31, 1922. 

Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salary of engineer in charge (part of) 

Salary 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 work) 

Salaries of engineering inspectors, tallying traffic 

Salaries of district inspector^ .... 

Salary of street numbering clerk 

Medical attendance on injured employees (out 
side) 

Salary of inspector of hoi-ses .... 

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 

Postage 

Printing 

Stationery 

Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. . 

Engineering supplies and incidentals 

Stationerv $156 31 

Printing 67 45 

Miscellaneous . . . 6 63 

Artificial stone sidewalks, new, and repaid by de- 
partment forces (see reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by contract and street 
improvements) 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavement repairs. Tem- 
porary repairs, labor, teaming and materials 
(see, also, reconstructing and repairing, 
streets by contract and street improvements) 

Wood block repairs, labor, teaming and materials, 

Fence repairs ■ 

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

Rent of land, wharves, etc 

Carried forward 



S416 67 


75 00 


26 02 


404 39 


136 97 


220 48 


149 76 


314 56 


60 62 


21 91 


68 00 


19 17 


27 39 


585 75 


2,064 13 


124 29 


310 10 


1,250 29 


798 29 


97 56 


1,189 40 


348 62 


180 25 


230 39 



4 20 



128 40 

155 07 

17 50 


46 80 
702 00 



,173 98 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 

Expense of stables, including drivers, feeders, 

fodder, horseshoeing, repairs to harnesses, 

wagons, carts, etc 

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, yard 

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

Ice 

Signs, making and putting up 

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

Oil for lighting around defects, etc. 

Expense of yards, including salaries of foremen, 

clerks, yardmen, watchmen, tool wagons, 

etc 

Repairs of j^ard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 

Street cleaning .... 
Snow, removal of . . . 
Repairing paved streets . 
Repairing macadam streets 
Edgestone and sidewalk repairs 
Sanding icy and slippery streets 
Uniforms, boots, shoes, etc. 
Marking catch-basins 
Repans to and inspection of typewriters 

Miscellaneous 

Steam rollers, cost of operating repairs, etc 

Asphalt plant, Dorchester 

Asphalt plant, Brighton, operating cost . 

Stock materials $3,968 89 

Stock handling . ... 323 75 



Farragut road 

Harrison avenue, Dover street to Union Park 

street 

D street, Dorchester avenue to West Ninth 

street 

Havre street, Meridian street to Bennington 

street 

Moore street, Bennington street to Cowper street, 
Paris street. Meridian street to Bennington street, 
Cowper street, Moore street to Byron street 
London street, Porter street to Sumner street 

Carried forward 



121 


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7,438 


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557 


60 


97 


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259 


67 


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455 87 


597 


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197 


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583 58 

343 29 

50 00 

6,611 10 

20 50 

89 60 

143 04 

239 50 

1 80 

31 25 

8 00 

58 09 

473 49 

17 50 

305 15 



4,292 64 
384 60 

75 40 

44 40 

96 31 

1,318 34 

1,350 44 

1,302 03 

754 34 

,378 67 



122 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 

Bennington street, Walley street to Leverett 

street 

London street, Sumner street to 118 feet south of 

Bennington street 



$40,378 67 


748 85 


352 26 


$41,479 78 



SCHEDULE A. 




Expenditures for Fiscal Year 1922- 


-23. 


Salary of division engineer (part of) . . . 


$3,750 00 


Salary of division engineer in charge (part of) 


695 00 


Salaries of office clerks and stenographers . 


5,210 75 


Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) . ' 


9,823 05 


Salaries of peraiit office clerks .... 


10,000 02 


Salaries of permit office inspectors 


16,494 70 


Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 


7,953 37 


Salaries of engineering inspectors, tallying traffic 


2,907 98 


Salaries of district inspectors 


4,344 74 


Salaiy of street numbering clerk .... 


1,600 00 


Salary of medical inspector (part of) . 


333 32 


Medical attendance on injured employees 




(outside) . 


451 99 


Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) . 


500 00 


Salary of inspector of horses . . . . . 


1,400 01 


Salary of cpnstable and inspector .... 


1,963 99 


Pensions paid to veterans of Civil War (retired). 


7,168 70 


Pensions paid to laborers (retired) 


24,466 40 


Compensation allowed injured employees 


5,323 71 


Vacations allowed laborers, mechanics, etc. . 


32,675 14 


Holidays, not including holidays charged to street 




accounts 


68,199 44 


Automobile expense 


42,986 31 


Postage 


430 58 


Printing 


3,516 58 


Stationery 


1,188 45 


Traveling expenses, car fares, etc 


1,197 57 


Engineering supplies and incidentals 


2,785 82 


Stationery $603 32 




Printing 557 75 




Adding machine 335 00 




Postage 130 22 




New transit and level . . . 330 00 




Transit repairs .... 35 25 




Carried fonvard .... $1,991 54 


$257,367 62 



Public Works Department. 123 

Brought forward .... $1,991 54 $257,367 62 
Meals, snow removal . . 445 05 

Miscellaneous .... 349 23 

Supplies for laboratory 2,023 73 

Artificial stone sidewalks, new, and repairs by de- 
partment force (see reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by contract and street im- 
provements) 11,538 14 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavement repairs. Tem- 
porary repairs, labor, teaming, materials 
(see, also, reconstructing and repairing streets 
by contract and street improvements) . . 1,072 90 

Brick block repairs, labor, teaming and materials, 5,138 14 

Wood block repairs, labor, teaming and materials, 10,570 92 
Crosswalks repaired, not included elsewhere . 3,387 71 

Fence repairs 7,256 27 

Plankwalk repairs 1,860 71 

Edgestone sidewalk and gutters (new), not in- 
cluded elsewhere 6,448 29 

Rent of land, wharves, etc 4,037 33 

Horses 1,000 00 

Expense of stables, including driv- 
ers, feeders, fodder, horseshoe- 
ing, repairs to harnesses, 
wagons, carts, etc. . . . $183,885 89 
Amount earned by department 

teams 171,333 00 

12,552 89 



Electric lighting at yards and stables . . 1,284 50 

Gas 'lighting at yards and stables .... 345 19 

Fuel for heating yards, buildings, offices and 

stables . 6,265 34 

Electrical appliances, labor and materials, yards 

and stables . 
Rent of towels 



184 67 

159 00 

177 32 

1,617 58 

47 43 

107 13 

15,107 32 



Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. 

Telephone service 

Derricks, repairing, etc 

Ice 

Signs, making and putting up 

Tools, hardware, etc., new, cost of repairing, etc., 26,321 53 

on for lighting around defects, etc. . . . 1,013 14 

Expense of yards, including salaries of general 
foreman, foremen, clerks, yardmen, watch- 
men, tool wagons, etc 43,886 81 

Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

etc 8,185 27 



Carried forward $428,956 88 



124 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward .... 






. $428,956 88 


Sanding icy and slippery streets 






7,167 54 


Repairing cvilverts and building new < 


culverts 


200 80 


Hoisting engine, fuel and supplies . 






639 31 


Uniforms, boots, shoes, etc. 






12 00 


Chests for Central Office, making of 






93 62 


Premium on surety bonds 






9 00 


Traverse street subway 






750 57 


Repairs to and inspection of typewriters 




61 50 


Express and freight charges 






8 77 


Trimming and removing trees 






98 00 


Traffic and danger signals 






965 00 


Painting traffic lines .... 






1,388 46 


Labor, etc., distributing coal . 






5,254 61 


Repairs to snow dumps . 






1,837 26 


Miscellaneous 






254 32 


Steam rollers, cost of operating, re- 






pairs, etc 


$28,068 32 




Steam rollers, amount earned . 


21,465 OC 


6,603 32 






Asphalt plant, Codman street yard 




789 55 


Work done and materials furnished individuals. 




corporations, etc. 




2,357 30 


Sanitary Service, work done and materials fur- 




nished 




1,781 20 


Street Cleaning and Oiling Service, 


work done 




and materials furnished . 




455 96 


Sewer Service, work done and materials furnished. 


1,827 25 


Water Service, work done and materials furnished, 


531 08 


Bridge Service, work done and materials furnished 


563 50 


High Pressure Fire Service, work done and ma- 




terials furnished 




55 50 


Park Department .... 




15 34 


Total 


$462,677 64 


Less : Asphalt plant, Brighton : 






Materials used on 






streets . , .$20,920 15 






Operating expense 19,. 589 41 


$1,330 74 




Amount earned by tractors . 


22 26 




Amount earned by concrete mixers 


704 07 




Stock: 






Materials delivered on 






streets . . .$124,925 37 






Cost of 






materials, S80,782 05 






Labor, 






handling, 36,374 47 






117,156 52 


7,768 85 


9,825 92 






Total 


$452,851 72 



Public Works Department. 



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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



Ashmont. north side. . 



Evergreen, north aide. . 



Pcrkina. north side. , 
. Joseph, south side, , 



Westviiie, south side. 



South Huntington n 



DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION." 



tsterly, Boulh aide. . 



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8. J. Toraaaello. , 



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Granolithic aidewalks . 



1,103 

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Completed Oct. 9, 1922 , 



Completed Oct. : 



2.028 Completed Nov. 21, 1922. . 
77a Completed Oct. 23, 1922 . . 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



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AUenwood 

Arborway 

Beryl ........ 

Boardman 

B^ecravenue™" 
Caledonian avenue 

Castleton 

Charles 

Chelsea 

Chelsea 

Chilton road 

Claflin 

Colberg avenue 

Commonwealth terrace. 

Crescent avenue 

D 

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Elmhurst 

Faywood avenue. . 
Grayfield avenue.. . 

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iS^ Pa Jk avenue... : 


Morton. '■'.y.lllll'l' 
Wilmot 


John T. Shea, Jr 

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1,542 
2.658 


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9,577 27 

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183 00 

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282 0« 
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1.948 32 
1.263 43 

42.072 17 

5,271 oi? 
351 90 

262 46 

5,240 26 

70 02 

2.096 05 

23.280 71 


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8.091 49 


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Asphalt concrete 


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Saratoga 

Commonwealth avenue 
Langley road 

Hancock 

South Huntington avenue 

Beacon 

Foss 

MSrhuVetLs avenue,". 
Weld 

Beech". [Ill .1 . . .^'.'.'.'. . . 

Commonwealth avenue 

At Bouthwest comer Sydney 

Fargo 

At comer We.st Eighth. , 

Norfolk 

Orient avenue.-, 
Mt. Vernon. . 

Centre 

Centre 

Litchfield 

Draper 

Metropolitan luenue 

Boylaton 

Westville 

M? HaVoad"^ ' 
Robinwn 

DucuTy avenue, 

Washington 

Forest Hilb avenue 

Parkton road , , , 
Near North Beacon 
Columbia road . . . 

Codman 

Perkins. . . 

North'.','. 

Braddock,. 

Carieton..., 

Holyoke 

Weat Canton 

Carleton 

East Springfield , . 

Harrison avenue.. 
Cambridge. . , 
Bowdoin. . , - 

Fellows 

Bowdoin 

Lake 

Harvard place 

Perkins 


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2.616 


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1 S3 


!!!'*'" 


"12.500' 


NotsUrted, 

Unfinished.. 

Not started 

1 Notatarted 


... 4 
































iicGuire & McGourty 

John T. Shea, Jr 


Asphalt, III ! 




1:;^: 


10.533 11 


•■■i66-63 


....:::.. 








538 feet south westcrl>' . 

Jamaicaway 

Cambridge 

Adams 

Bunker HiU 

Allerton 

411 feet northwesterly. 

W'es't' Hoxbiiry "Parkw'a'v 
AUflton., . ■ 

cikii^l I 

Southern avenue 
















468 66 






20 iS 


1,010 














576 48 

21 00 

120 35 

■ '388'52 
12 50 
118 48 








Work done in 1921 

Dwsnilhid^. ;!!!!!!!!!!! 

CompletedM»yl3. 1922. . , 

Not started 

Not started 

Workdoneinioii!!..!- 
Completcd Nov. 10, 1922 






'Mt'.'Picaeant' Construction CA.i.paiu-. ^ . 


Granite block 

Bituiitiii'c'. '.;!!!!!'' 

Asphalt 

Bitulithic 




486 63 

' l',4S8i3 
12 47 


346 
988 


(9.289 22 


82,42S 


::'::::: 


::::::- 


t20,740 10 
7'66 




•'ioi'ii 


4 00 
1 05 








1,093 


4,392 " ■ ■ 2.3ia 






263'36 

1.151 38 












is' 


3 00 




763i 


S 


"l".422 ' ' ' 5.193 


"is 


16... 




































.... 


"Hi' a 


^ 60 














19 ... 


Gcve, inc 

Paving Service 

Mt. Pleasant Construction Company 


3,503 4i 


'2.070 '09 

49 26 

1,362 30 


889 


'l'82,97i 


'id.ioi'os 








"7'66 


"26 '66 


2.875' 


••••l-,868 


" "7,im" isMo\ 


!!*.20 




268 20 


4 85 




-» 


_;_ ^^ "^:''''-:"^i" '"',„;., 






















245 65 
158 12 

75 78 


























'264 '63 
"'68'38 


'So 








Martino DeMatlco 


.\Bpholt. concrete 


391 


1,140 


3.764 7( 


1,056 16 


754 






M°'lid?road ■ 

Newburv. . . 

Dakota . . 
TopM , , , , 

Pumping Station 

Penfield 


,,,„„ 






Homes avenue. ., 
Hyde Park avenue 
Kdmamock 

M^.;.*: ■.■.:.;;: 

Mt! Vem'on!*. . . , 

Metoalf 

Monaster^' road 

Norton 

Park 

Parkwood terrace 

Pasadenaroad!!!!^ 


Samuel J. Tomascllo . 
Martino DeMalteo.. 




171 




1,460 6S 


474 56 


316 
















Work done in 1920-21 

NotBtart«d 

Unfinished 

Work done in 1921 

Work done in 1919 
















ul™ 








: >\ ;: 










Samuel J. Tomasello 

McGuire &. McGourty 

Holbrook Construction Compaoj- 

McGuire & McGourty. . , . 




3S0 


3,974 09 

100 00 

3.619 82 

1.500 00 

108 88 
17.164 56 

4.669 30 
2.493 81 
1,015 65 
11 00 
300 
66 60 
44 IS 

43 6( 
21 8( 

53 7( 

'lOO M 
3.264 21 

5,033 7t 

10 86 

2.926 15 


2,954 O: 

2,427 71 
1,500 00 


618 00 


404 


236 07 


i 61D 


4 53 






........ ........ 


















m" ■ 


Bitulithic 


3ii 




864 42 


505 


67 43 


153 80 


2 20 


4 27 


200 


002 


902 




.33 














252 33 
4 00 

751 84 
86 6S 





850 
















A*sphait,'<'onerete,- , , 






















r,232 


6.130 




















"764 '50 


46 M 














38. . . . 


1,200 feet easterly 

Boumeside 

Jamaicaway . 


15.262 il 


86 88 


44 


210 00 








42 50 





" "i'5i 


. . ' 2.723 




6,136 
















Not started 






John T. Shea, Jr, 

McGuire & McGourty. . . 

Holbrook Construction Company 


.\sphalt 


262 


035 


2.964 7J 


1.038 87 


iX 










2.239 SI 

ia'm 




400 37 


23 20 




390 


520 


636 








264 00 


9,80( 


















Normandy 

Brooks. . , . 

Moraine 

Fulton ..... 

West Newton , 

Holyoke 

Braddock 

Holyoke 

Weat Canton 

Public Alley No. 716. 
Public Alley No. 716,.. 

Public Allev 716 

Boland 

Levant 

Northwesterly 

Cameron 

780 feet northwesterly 

Ordway place 

Castleton 


Asphflt' 


422 




174 8< 


552 75 

■ 737 31 
"2',346'63 


48S 

" " 'i',6ii 








65 OC 
43 5: 

59 2i 
43 OC 

40 6( 
36 21 

59 7i 
108 53 

"i2S'36 
10 s; 


167 63 


1 80 


4 53 


' 8° 


200 


........ ........ 


Unfinished . 






"l'.6i4'66 


I'e'.ooo 


•J M 














Public Alley No. 103 

Public Alle>- No. 104 . 

Public Alley No. 639 

Pubbo Alley No. 541 

Public Allej- No. 542. . 
Public Alley No. 54;t, . 
Public Allej- No, 644 
Public Alley No. 714 
Public Alley No. 71i. 
Public Alley No 7V. 

Tebroo. . 
Tilton.... . 

uSdine'^Md 
Waahington 


bitulithic 






"lOO m 
1.207 24 

1.878 5S 










"135 
" "806 








53:::: 


016 


1,784 


"i7i'22 
"262 '04 


7( 

61 
8( 

1 2( 
1 2( 

"is'os 


" 8 io 
""i'is 


■■■"l',426 


: 


1.292 


Not started 

Not started 

Not started.. 

Completed Sept. 22, 191'2 . . 

Work done in 1910 

Wwk?o?eLn'l9i9.'.'::!':': 

Unfinished 

Not started 

Unfinished 


...M 






Bitulithic 

Bitulithic..!! 




60 


Mt. Pleasant Construction Company. . , 












M 





868 96 


1.761 81 


1.174 











:;-•::" 




187 17 








M 




l".^'.'* 


■■--■-■ 


- - - 



* See last year's report. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "SPECIAL." 





Street 


.0„ 


TO 


Contractor. 


— '■ 


Length, 


Area, 
Square 
Yards. 


Total Cent. 


Amount 

Paid to 

Contractor. 


Matbbials. 




EXPESBES. 






WoBK Dome. 


Phogbem. 






— 0—^00.. 


— 


s 


8 

1 


1 

s 


1 

i 


1 

s 

s 


1 
P 


ll 


It: 


13 

ii 

^uare 






S. 


Linear 


Square 
Yards. 






Coat. 1 


Quantity. Cost. 


Qu entity 


Cost. 


Quantity 














1 






Slo3,198 93 
3.205 15 


»(8,957 851 
84.430 07 
19,811 06, 

35.431 15 
8,797 55 


»636 12 


391 97,018 84 
191 64 50 


69,192 
2,150 


{35,064 25 




<4,796 79 

1,094 60 
392 82 


»1,269 65 


.265,0 


tS 10 












1 


















JDeStafano Brothere, Inc — 

John KeUy Cornoany 

Gore, Inc 


Ceeditb ab Fou^owb: 




$1,928 7! 
391 si 




«2 00 


7.329 
31 


5.689 
5,648 


11.287 
7,3.6 


41.62i 
1M8B 








Due Highnays, Making of. 
Due Repairing Streets, Re- 
constructing, etc. 


























tl49.993 83 
(38,144 53 

9,455 06 








2,823 
2,160 


12,235 
11,762 






WuhinstOD CW. Roxbury), . . . 


egfeetBDuth of Corinth 







20 00 


















--■ 

















PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE FORCE, CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "MAINTEN 




ANCE." 










































Cost and Quantitt of Material. 


u..„. 






...™.. 


.„.™™, 


™ 


„„™. 


.™.™. 


— 




■".=r 


1 

s 




itily 


Ck»t. 


Quantity. Coat. 


Quantity 


C«.. 


Quantity 


Coat. 


QuanUty 


Cat. 


Qu&ntity 


C«t. 


Quaotily 


C„t. 


QunnUty 


Cojt. 


Quantity 


Coat. 


Quantity 






























172 77 


42 






875 12 


3.60 


























U 30 








<441 00 


300.00 






























20 87 


17 


i'i 


il:?§ 


























i§;3 


10 
















































Blanket ooat, tar (patched with aa-. . 
pbalt mix). 






























804 2- 


647.00 
























144 66 












304 06 


14.00 














8144 sa 


45 














52 7! 


27.00 


































197 46 


il:o6 


































010 00 


200.80 






























































98 20 


80 


200 39 
338 01 

61 81 


2.825 
10:35 
























99 10 


9? 










































6,U9 VBrdfl blanket, asphalt 9.961 






















222 96 


17li 
























34 10 








































350 75 


286.32 
























ii° 


160 


































































































Blanket, tar. patched, asphaU mii,, . 














































80 99 














ill 10 


21,28 








aim 


1,500 


















S^ 


8 


025 80 


370.00 














































































11 84 


' 










58 92 


48 






69 60 


34 


3 75 


2.60 








Block gutters, gravel joints, block 

BiSK!^?.''.™'!""''-. 






















246 a. 

249 2( 

68 67 
478 25 


8:90 
35:00 

3:20 




28 
























36.84 


80 


42 90 


33.00 
















































«0 4O 














176 38 


141.10 




























140 03 


87 


























'"ill 


"S 












Blanket, tar, patched, asphalt mis.. . 






'" " 




















40 10 
112 01 


66 


598 98 


31.10 
354.40 










1 4b 


1 


28 00 


24 


















































20 80 


IS 






































376 81 


272.80 




















183 35 


160 


































39 20 


36 






296 60 


23.41 


















30 03 


17' 8' 






00 43 


ei 






492 75 


401.00 
63.25 




],299 yards asphalt penetration 

2,041 yards asphaU blanket. 
Asphalt penetration, unBnishcd from 


























42 




























58 31 


471 


S8 73 
101 62 

48 IS 

36 10 

138 62 
205 30 


4:64 

7:30 
i:06 

9:50 




43 




















"U 


4! 






































01 48 


84 


















































































































'2730 


148.90 








































Pat«ned, emulsified asphalt, unfin- 
ished. 






















46 20 


42 




































1-0 22 


....'°'. 


5 20 


126:27 


























S| 


ll 






Unfinished 






















67 49 
194 49 


23:00 


























'Uii 


■ "isi 


^69 80 


'40:00' 




























































































™5 70 


2s:00 




Blanket asphalt 










138 15 


«i 


36 87 












.4 59 




40 41 


23 




















' 







PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 













DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED 


TO APPROPRIATION 


"RECONSTRUCTING AND REPAIRING STREETS BY CONTRACT." 
















s„.. 


From 


Xn 


C„.™.o,. 




Pavement. 


Length . 
Feet. 


Square 
Yard.. 


cSat. 


Paid"to 
Contractor. 


MATEEIALa. 


E„...,u.. 




PnooR^aa. 






,n™™». 


0^.,^... 


.„.,..„„,„. 


1 


, 


•i 


1 


1 

9 

I 
S 


h 


U 
11 


1 


|1 


i 


























CO.. 


Quantity 


CoBt. 


Quantity 


coat. 


Quantity. 


1 


1 


£ 


1 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Lineoi 


Square 
Yards. 


Square 
Yarda- 


Square 






1 ■' 


Artificial ktone sidewaik^.Vcijtues, uTiri r-..,,u,ra 

Asphalt repaireCbituUtIiio)wlieri;| iduint, n-inr.e hus ..■'.pir...! 


^"'"'°!!::!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:!!!!!!! 


Rowo Contracting Compa 


i,!>^^;!::: : 


\^^~ ; 


! 1 




13,647 01 
61,601 70 

21,483 1! 


"sVs.eii'oi 

/ 4+:S17 7S 
1 3,059 99 

■■ 20.642 'flS 


t 

20 97 


is 












»8,S00 21 


".z:i 


8333 50 


S3 82 
25 20 


".16 00 












Not started 






Belgrade avenue.... 
















Not started 

Credif: <W73 30 . . , 








cS^;r ,::::.::::!:!!:!: 










1.073 




414 W 


*\"i 


3I 


40 od 


96 


'■57? 


fS 


iS 


4.922 
14;!59 

31.000 








Mt. Pleasant ContractinE 


Company.. . 














b::. 


iiirEisfver^u 


-S.''°' 


Aiphelt Hepa.ral. 


River 


Warren Brothers Compan 






. 10.250 




15,789 26 


05.938 32 


3,334 SS 


5i 










2,276 81 

126 01 
73 31 


1,000 32 


14 7( 


■■ 'ssi 




•:!::« 


■•"■ 75.' 


■ ■ is 


:::"«^ 


SrlXd'xov 9 l-y'-Cr.:[{r ^■\if,3 


9 












Is ■■ 


Camden 




jS?;L1!,J,1 




.;■:.:::::"::::;■;::::; 


^°--!!: 


Bituiithic.;!!! 

Granite bioak!! 


!!!!';''' 


■l'2,863 






!!!!='" '° 


ij 


1; 


Centre . 
Chfl3'J^''i^',.-,i.io. .. 

Dorchester avenue. . . 

Dudley..,'.'.".'.'!!!!! 
But Springfield 




!::: 


East EiBliVh,'!!!!!!! 
East and West B^oad^^ay 


•'• ^■■!;!::'™'''"^' ■■''■' 


li, E. Grant Company. . 

Patrick j! Duffy....!!!! 
Bermudei Company 

' b! e! bVaiit' Companj- .' '. . 




AsphnJtconi're'- 
Asphiilt eoncret 

Sheet asphalt . . 


2!439 


ll!829 

' ■i'2,67i 

0.660 


26:^17 04 
3,071 98 

3)968 ,>4 
6,051 51 

50!822 24 
23!927 (18 


9,363 SO 

3!532 90 
3.667 36 

l!273 ll 
6!802 7C 


■■''13 63 


"■■144 




11.915 

52.322 


' 1 sis 06 


" " ^.SOO 


678 39 


:':^^'- 


6 8< 


'■■■ri. 


€ 


■■■43^ 


3:000 
4,8i6 


■1,500 


V.621 

loieoo 
0.666 


39.614 
41.666 




!!i!| 


«::; 


I20 fi 


!!::« 






Waahinglon 


'i"ir.. 






Sheet asphalt.. 
Sheet asphalt . . 


1,225 


2:209 
4,543 


7,667 62 

9!332 02 

3,608 33 

118 29 
6,528 68 

34,035 33 
43,921 08 


6,607 20 

8i835 62 

■"* 3.514 '68 

■■"e'ais 06 

'29.536'67 
161577 13 


■•493'9.i 


''■■'■355 


651 75 


145.666 









266 66 
1,266 52 


■-I! 


g- 


J}° 


■I: 


i 


i,i 


7^ 


1.679 


lis 


Completed i^cp'. 1 ' "■--■.• ■.: ; r.n 
Not started.. 

Notetart'^.." 
Completed Oct. ir., I'U- 






Swe'll ■ ■ 
















F?."i-.;s"" 














Woodbloak.,.. 


286 


1,130 
















BB-z, :;;;;:;■'■:■:;;;■ 














sis 


ll 


ii 


,::::::^ 


7!otw 


2I 


12;20J 


n;209 




m ■■ 


B, E Gr:mt Company . . 




Granite block. . 


3J0 


2,160 


118 29 


IS 


S::; 


.Al"'ryC^.!m[u'h"n>!-C.,N,i![in 




Asphalt 

Asphalt 


4.311 


41012 


"mm 


ii 


!-:i 


«::: 


M^ratic avenue!!!. . - m ' " ' ' """ ."!!;;;;: 

Northampton v\ ,., .■.,;! , 


AcroM^Albany , , , . 


iinlLriik ro;i=tru<''ion Co 




GrSe block' 


1517 


8!050 


4,358 60 
26,590 51 


24|03S 94 


■•Hj'ao 




'1^26 DO 


22.266 








28 00 


' jsO 90 


13 00 


••■|05 


^^^;6» 




■■"3'^^ 


|3» 


■■'s 


■ j,5« 


'o:™;;;;,;;;;-;. -,,,,,, , , 




!:;: 


PearljV-',"!!!!'! 1 ' . :. ; ..ii-i. ..t :0:i:. 
Quincy,., !. ... \\ ■■ . ■. 


B. E. Grant Company. . . 
Bermudes Company 




KS^Su!! 


Sj 


'2,113 


's i 


■ * " 2,326 '20 
8,717 69 


!!'^^^!'^ 














438 47 
227 89 


250 21 


"E 


""i'SS 


!!:"!- 




'-» 




■ 2,S 


::.-^ 


■-'''---■'"^^' '■"■■' 


1 


63... 


>..iiili .... 




















, .. 63 


s- 


5',.!f"'-""'''""'- ' ■■ ": ':!■ 




Bermudez Comoany 

Bermudea Company 




Sheet asphalt. ! 


n? 


"fill 


2:077 16 


lISH 09 


■"i!?'?S 














ig?5 


'i?i; 


'S 


im 


;;.6„^ 




"J" 




.""" 


m 


Sors;?:'- '■'■'"■'■"■''■ "^""' 


S 


?S : ■ ;, ■ '■' 


•c :...■■■'■' :.:.:'::':■■ 












11 
















:■"■::::: 


^i 




-.-,"" 


















i 


7' '.■ '-" ': 


l>r,„ ■ ::::!;;::.:,: 


,''"":"•'',': '^:'";" -■ 




,'"":':'■'"■"": 


'"■' 


....'.•"° 


'|i 


















II 




■ ^! 


3 00 






...."■' 




'■"' 




Not o„m„k.,«l,. .............. ......... 


•■•1 


79 Wiiahmglon « 


Dudley 

Cambridge 


^isl'dolwioil'ivmu.!::::: !!!:::: 


























::::i 


Tremont 




































=^ 


' 


=^ 
































1" 








• Harris, Forbes Company paid $3,000 in odditio 



i $2,000 in addition to above. 



t Federal Reserve Bank paid $1,400 in addition 









'; 












































PUBLIC 


WORKS DEPARTMENT. 


















DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY HIGHWAY DIVISION - 


-PAVING SERVICE FORCE, CHARGED TO "STREET IMPROVEMENl 






S™»IT. 


1 
1 

From To 

1 


t 
1 


WoBs Ddm. 


Cost or I-ABoa. 








1 

1 
1 

i 


i 

s 


% 




5 
1 


5 

So 


1 

g 
t 

i 


i 

3 


B 
■i 

|. 

si 


i 

1 


j 


^ 


j 


1 
1 

1 
1 


1 

1 


1 


1 


1 

1 

1 
s. 

s 


■1 
1 

i 

1 


1 

1 


1 
1 


i 

1 


1 


1 
\ 

1 


j 

i 
1 


1 


j 




i 


1 


1 


i 


BLOcas. 






vfSi.. 


... 


ySSi. 


^S 


Sq. 
Yards. 


Sq. 
Yards. 


Y«ds 


Y^is. 


Sq. 


ySu 










Cost- Quant 




, 




A l-n,rf 




(754 5a 

Hi! 208 85 








121.5 


3:^'. 








2.007.99 










842 53 








nisi 


























(602 00 


■(130 95 










Breed 




jbany.i*''.'';'..;:::';-;:-.';: 


4.620 






6« 


™ 












»205 00 


1685 69 


(49 79 












(24 00 


(58 69 


"iioo 


(360 06 


(90 00 


(366 00 
306 01 

1.291 31 




(21 00 












1.802 


1,008 












J262 ii 


303 41 


«6g9 70 


(1.610 48 


816 00 


(113 67 


(108 46 






•152 00 








'li 


21 










'Ifi 


'680 Oj 






'40 « 


"'si'66 
















Boston & Albany IlaitroaiL . . , 


























28 60 


38 60 








































































....1°° 




















)orohe8tM avenue 




2.270.10 














»345 00 


170 92 


734 31 


009 70 


169 95 


7 60 


4.174 41 


















14 73 










g£~v;;::;::;::::.:: 












































'*90 00 

3,035 OS 
8,098 38 

nSfl 16 
6,438 5i 

'M 38 

356 20 
1,620 3G 
2,327 32 
tfl.906 35 

10.448 43 

8,700 97 
874 80 

2,150 le 
3.191 91 

'2.i,^ Ofl 
8,297 6S 
2,326 3<1 
2'.3fl8 8t 


















































































1.828 
2.737 


58 










872 










29 00 










38 00 
























348 80 












































2;i22 38 




























12 






Vndrewa a uar e 




































l!258 01 


















278 00 
1.004 80 








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Public Works Department. 



127 



Street Openings. 

Under Classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits were issued for opening 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 



2,537 

2,017 

225 

70 

3,489 
180 

34 

42 

840 

980 

959 



31,275 

59,323 

124,650 

5,102 

242,743 

14,400 

850 

5,460 

161,160 



24,500 



Totals 



11,373 



669,463 



Making a total length of openings approximately one 
hundred twenty-seven miles. 

Total of all permits issued, 21,442. 

Permits for purposes other than street openings have 
been issued as follows : 



Advertising by man 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 buildings in streets .... 

Feeding horses in streets 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 

Emergency permits for above 

Special permits 



27 

78 

2 

1,039 

1,717 

4,949 

o 

107 

954 

264 

125 

344 

458 



128 



City Document No. 22. 



The revenue from issuing permits amounted to 
,167.87, 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 on streets . 


11. 


Placing fiat signs . . . . 


12. 


Projecting signs 


13. 


Raising and lowering safes, etc. 


14. 


Emergency permits for above . 


15. 


Special permits 



$4,571 


00 


1,173 


00 


27 


00 


78 00 


10 00 


1,039 


00 


55 


00 


25,430 87 


4,949 


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107 


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954 


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264 


00 


125 


00 


344 


00 


1,040 00 


$40,167 


87 



Thirty-six thousand, two hundred and forty-six dol- 
lars and fifty-seven cents were deposited with the City 
Collector and $3,921.30 were billed to public service 
corporations. 

Bonds. 

There are now on file 1,986 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. 

Seventeen thousand nine hundred and thirty-eight 
notices were sent to the foremen of the paving districts, 
contractors, public service corporations and others to 
make repairs to pavement defects for which they were 
responsible. 

Three hundred and thirty-four notices were sent to 
property owners to make repairs for which they were 
liable. 



Public Works Department. 129 



APPENDIX D. 



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



Boston, February 1, 1923. 

Mr. Joseph A. Rourke, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities, operations and expenditures of the various 
services of the Sewer and Sanitary Division for the 
year ending January 31, 1923. The maintenance ex- 
penditures of the Sewer and Sanitary Division for the 
year were as follows : 

Sewer Service $567,758 00 

Sanitary Service 1,831,685 38 

Street Cleaning and Oiling Service^ . 867,607 65 



Total $3,267,051 03 

Sewer Service. 

During the year 1922-23 there were built throughout 
the city 12.271 miles of sanitary sewers and surface 
drains. 

There were 9,136 catch-basins and 112 inlets cleaned 
and a total of 35,777.59 cubic yards of material removed. 

In city proper the principal work w^as the building of 
an 8-foot by 8-foot 6-inch concrete sewer in Hereford 
street, between Beacon street and Public Alley No. 428, 
to replace the old brick sewer which was found broken 
down and in a dangerous condition. 

In Roxbury, sewers were built in Public Alleys Nos. 
925, 926 and 930 to provide sanitary drainage for apart- 
ment house property in the Jersey street area. 

In South Boston the B and Seventh streets overflow 
was extended to allow the laying of new tracks for the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad in their 
general scheme for improving passenger and freight 
transportation in Boston. 



130 City Document No. 22. 

In Dorchester a start was made on the improvement 
of the Dorchester brook sewer and 500 feet of a 9-foot 
10-inch by 8-foot concrete conduit was built, which will, 
when carried to completion stop frequent floodings in 
the vicinity of Columbia road, Dudley and Humphreys 
streets. 

In the Brighton district the most important work was 
that of rebuilding the Salt creek conduit, under the Bos- 
ton & Albany Railroad, near Braves Field, to provide 
drainage for a large area that owing to the condition and 
size of the old overflow had been flooded at every rain- 
storm previously. A start was also made on the North 
Beacon and Saunders street relief scheme and 1,700 
feet of 3-foot concrete conduit built. 

In West Roxbury the Roslindale branch of Stony 
brook, consisting of a 10-foot circular concrete conduit, 
was carried to completion in the vicinity of Firth road, 
thereby abating a long standing nuisance. Also the 
Glendale road and North avenue sewer outlet was 
completed, which will provide sanitary drainage for a 
large built-up area in this vicinity. In anticipation of 
the paving program the sewerage works in Wash- 
ington street, between Denton terrace and Parkway, 
were also constructed, thereby allowing a winter's 
settlement of trenches before any paving operations are 
started. 

At the Calf Pasture pumping station a contract was 
let for new boilers to be located in existing coal pocket 
building. Contracts were also let for new oil-burning 
installation for these boilers and plans are being prepared 
for new piping system from new boiler plant to main 
engine room. 

Sanitary Service. 

This service is generally subjected to more criticism 
than any other city department, and while all admit the 
desirability of regular collection of ashes and garbage 
from the health standpoint, co-operation in order to 
attain the proper results is not so generally accorded by 
the householders. During the past year the George 
A. Johnson Company, consulting engineers of New 
York, made a thorough investigation of the problem of 
refuse collection and disposal for Boston. This investi- 
gation was necessitated by the strong opposition by 
many public bodies, such as the Chamber of Commerce, 
etc., to the award of the recent ten-year contract for 



Public Works Department. 131 

disposal' of the city's refuse. The new contract entered 
into by the previous administration for the disposal of 
ashes and garbage with Coleman Brothers, Inc., went 
into effect on July 1 with an increase of about $201,800 
over the previous contract. 

A return was made to the old method of paying the 
contractors for the collection of ashes and garbage in the 
five contract districts, that is, instead of paying them so 
much per cubic yard for material collected they are now 
paid a lump sum per month and by this change a con- 
siderable sum was saved the city with no apparent laxity 
in the service rendered. During the year three five-ton 
ten cubic yard Pierce-Arrow trucks were added to the 
equipment in the day labor districts. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

Owing to the abandonment of the old horse-drawn 
watering carts, three Pierce-Arrow flushers and sprinklers 
were purchased, their work being supplemented on 
tracked streets by three electric car flushers and 
sprinklers. The routes of the push cart men were 
extended with good results. An additional number of 
rubbish receptacles were placed in prominent locations, 
the outcome of which was that the complaints regarding 
littered streets were reduced to a minimum. 

Approximately 500,000 gallons of heavy asphaltic oil 
were used on macadam streets and for the first time 
every street was sanded after oiling. The speedy 
removal of snow from the downtown streets was 
greatly facilitated by the installing of eight or ten large 
dumping holes on the water front. 

Yours respectfully, 

E. F. Murphy, 
Division Engineer, Seiver and Sanitary Division. 



132 City Document No. 22. 



SEWER SERVICE. 



The work of the Sewer Service is carried on under 
chapters 28 and 40, Revised Ordinances of 1914, and the 
following statutes : 

Chapter 426, 1897, as amended by 450, 1899 and 268, 1903. 

Chapter 383, 1903, as amended by 464, 1907. 

Chapter 550, 1907. 

Chapter 204, 1908. 

Chapter 514, 1908. 

Chapter 74, Special Acts, 1918. 

The Duties of the Sewer Service. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all drainage 
works. 

3. Investigation of complaints in regard to defective 
drainage. 

4. The granting of permits for sewer construction. 

5. The preparation of plans for the assessment of the 
cost of sewer construction. 

6. The examination of the plans of other corpora- 
tions proposing to construct works in public streets 
with reference to their probable interference with 
sewerage works. 



Total number of employees on pay roll January 

31, 1922 326 

Total number of employees on pav roll January 

31, 1923 ....".... 335 

Total amount of weekly pay roll for week includ- 
ing January 31, 1922 S9,906 11 

Total amount of weekly pay roll for week includ- 
ing January 31, 1923 S10,473 87 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1922 $416 67 

Total amount of monthly pay roll January 31, 

1923 $125 00 

Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1922: 

Veterans $553 80 

Laborers $541 13 



Public Works Department. 



133 



Total amount of monthly pension roll January 31, 
1923: 

Veterans 

Laborers 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll 
and exclusive of pension roll, for fiscal year, 
charged as follows : 

Maintenance 

Sewerage works 

Average number of men employed . 

Number of men on pension roll Januarj- 31, 1922: 

Veterans 

Laborers 

Number of men on pension roll January 31, 1923 : 

Veterans 

Laborers . . . . 
Average number of horses maintained by the 

Sewer Service during the year . 
Rate of wages paid to common laborers 



$429 01 
$451 52 



),720 47 

5,785 18 

341 

12 
18 

10 
15 

30 

$4 00 



' Includes amount charged to: 

Paving Service 

Sanitary Service . . . . 
Street Cleaning and Oiling Service 
Water Service 



S237 30 

164 20 

1,201 50 

10 00 



134 



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135 



MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES FEBRUARY 1, 1922, TO 
JANUARY 31, 1923. 



Sewerage Service 
Improved Seioerage 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, inside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, outside 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, engines 
Pumping Station, Calf Pasture, boilers 
Pumping Station, Union Park street 
Pumping Station, Summer street 
Pumping Station, Hyde Park 

Moon Island 

Main and intercepting sewers 



Maintenance 



Stony Brook. 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 



Cleaning catch-basins . 
Yards and lockers 
Employed at yards 
Horses, carts, harnesses, etc. 
Teaming .... 



Less amount earned by service teams 

Automobiles 

Cleaning sewers .... 
Office salaries .... 

Office expense .... 
Repairing department buildings 
Repairing catch-basins. South Boston 
Repairing catch-basins. East Boston 
Repairing catch-basins, Charlestown 
Repairing catch-basins, Brighton 
Repairing catch-basins, West Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, Dorchester 
Repairing catch-basins, Hyde Park 
Repairing catch-basins, Roxbury 
Repairing catch-basins, city proper 
Repairing sewers. South Boston 
Repairing sewers. East Boston . 
Repairing sewers, Charlestown . 
Repairing sewers, Brighton 
Repairing sewers, West Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Hyde Park 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 



$18,709 86 
19,358 23 



$38,068 
32,342 



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$947 
2,430 
1,847 
1,663 
1,081 
2,065 
5,171 

125 
2,331 
3,495 

784 
1,996 
1,267 

662 
2,488 
4,537 

239 
1,089 
3,412 



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58 
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$113,539 71 

30,441 59 

45,360 74 

29,656 98 

7,971 03 

1,308 41 

1,133 19 

$229,411 65 
17,834 48 
13,439 27 

$260,685 40 
3,551 57 



108,563 63 

590 15 

23,732 51 



5,726 03 
10,145 56 
31,827 82 
19,171 25 

2,941 50 



37,637 14 



Carried forward $504,572 56 



136 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forivard 
Pension roll (veterans) 
Pension roll (laborers) . 

Annuities 

Fuel and oil 

Hardware, tools, etc. 

Engines and boilers 

Sundries and miscellaneous charges 

Telephones 

House connections 

Rubber goods 

Gatehouses, Fenway . ... 
Stock 



Credit. 
Stock transferred and used in construction 
Fuel and oil transferred and used on construc- 
tion 



S7,7.50 31 
1,093 22 



$.504,572 56 

5,375 3(i 

5,465 23 

351 00 

2,346 04 

2,728 34 

247 93 

26,752 68 

379 39 

10,444 IS 

1,011 33 

5,000 67 

11,926 82 

$576,601 53 



8,843 53 
$.567,758 00 



Charges to Various Parties for Work Done and Material 
Penal Institutions Dep;irtment . 
Boston Consolidated Gas Company . 
B. E. Grant Company 
R. S. Brine Transportation Company 
Public Buildings Department 
Metropolitan Park Department 
Thomas F. Feeley .... 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

Henry C. Shiels 

Institutions Department 

Park Department 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Daniel F. Coughlin 

Bangs Real Estate Trust 

Cobb, Bates & Yerxa . 

H. W. Hart, Jr. . 

Mary Burke . 

Fire Department . 

Water Service 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Standard Steel Motor Car Company 

Joseph Levine 

Charles Street Garage 

D. J. Cutter, Company 

Ida Kravitz 

Arthur E. Reimer 

Nicholas Vergakis 

John J. McSweeney 

George S. Monahan 

Mrs. Ellen Donahue 

Bernard Doyle 

Carried forivard $18,666 98 



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$52 00 




124 11 




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33 30 




134 86 




37 26 




21 63 




10,300 00 




117 80 




97 60 




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Public Works Department. 



137 



Brought forward 
Thomas F. Fccley 
Boston Plumbing Company 
Peter F. Costello . 
George S. Monahan 
W. A. Lcuf 

Superintendent of Supplies 
T. Danahy & Son 
V. F. Clougherty . 
Thomas Butler Company 
State Lunch Company 
Mrs. Siefert . . \ 
Grace G. Cunningham 
Lally Brothers 
James W. O'Brien 
Anges Ferrera 
Abe Yonkelewitz . 
Benjamin Resnick 
Holland estate 
Sylvester Kaufman 
Fred C. BurriU 
Paul Barron Weston 
Benjamin Poole 
John J. McCarthy 
Mercantile Real Estate Trust 
Cosmopolitan Drug Company 
Modern Family Wash . 
Olympia Construction Company 

B. W. Robinson 
W. H. Hardy 

J. H. Mullen .... 
Harrv W. Conant' 
M. J: Kelly . . 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd. 
H. J. Hamilton 
W. H. Flower 
John J. Keough 
Morse Brothers 

C. H. Cornish 
J. S. Regal 
Dwight P. Robinson 
Walter P. James 



Amounts Collected by City Collector for Sewer 

to January 31, 1923 
Rosanna O'Neil 
Bangs Real Estate Trust 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa 
H. W. Hart, Jr. . 
Mary Burke . 
Fire Department . 
Water Service 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 
Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 
Boston Ellevated Railway Company . 
Standard Street Motor Car Company 
Joseph Levine 









. $18,666 98 








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7 75 

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$19,298 50 


Service February 1, 1922, 


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$7,332 67 



138 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward 
Charles Street Garage . 
D. J. Cutter Company 
Ida Kravitz . 
Arthur E. Reimer 
Nicholas Vergakis 
John J. McSweeney 
George S. Monahan 
Mrs. Ellen Donahue 
Bernard Doyle 
Thomas F. Feeley 
Boston Plumbing Company 
Peter F. Costello . 
George S. Monahan 
W. A. Leuf . 
Superintendent of Supplies 
T. Danehy & Son . 
V. F. Clougherty . 
Thomas Butler & Co. . 
State Lunch Company 
Mrs. Siefert . 
Grace G. Cunningham 
Lally Brothers 
James W. O'Brien 
Agnes Ferrera 
Abe Yorkelewitz 
Benjamin Resnick 
Holland estate 
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Fred C. Russell 
Paid Barron Weston 
Benjamin Poole 
John J. McCarthy 
Mercantile Real Estate Trust 
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Modern Family Wash . 
Olympia Construction Company 

B. W. Robinson . 
William H. Hardy 
J. H. Mullen . 
Harry W. Conant 
M. J. Kelly . 
Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd. 
H. J. Hamilton 
W. H. Flower 
John J. Keough 
Morse Brothers 

C. H. Cornish 
J. S. Regal 
Dwight P. Robinson 
Walter P. Jones 



$7,332 67 

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143 



Supplies, Pumping Station, Calf Pasture. 

3,003 pounds waste, 9 cents to 15 cents. 
4,537 pounds grease, 12 cents to 19| cents. 
4,960^ gallons engine oil, 25 cents to 47.7 cents. 
1,057.68 gallons cylinder oil, 32 cents to 72 cents. 
10 gallons, lard oil, $1.50. 
252 gallons turbine oil, 37.8 cents to 65 cents. 
305 gallons kerosene oil, 10 cents to 13 cents. 
108t\ pounds packing, $1.25 to $1.40. 



Fuel Entire Service. 



7,651-^^W tons bituminous coal 
89tjVot ^ons anthracite coal 
17^(rffV tons coke . 



$73,403 17 

1,135 09 

302 23 



Recapitulation. — Maintenance Detail, 1922-23. 



Labor 

Contracts 

Teaming, hired and city 

Waste 

Fuel 

Oil 

Packing 

Valves 

Transportation, etc 

Horses, etc 

Pipe fittings and miscellaneous . . . 

Telephone 

Automobiles, repairs and supplies. 
Stock and miscellaneous supplies. . 



Improved 
Sewerage. 



Credits. 
Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Miscellaneous S14,33C 28 

Labor 19,099 00 

Stock 7,750 31 



$150,314 38 

4,428 95 

3,955 07 

363 97 

73,897 25 

2,783 86 

149 99 

690 04 

796 70 

1,854 13 

20,539 41 

319 47 

592 18 



$260,685 40 



$260,685 40 



Outside 
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Sewerage. 



$207,221 27 

66,076 31 

22,362 25 

20 40 

943 24 

1,234 80 



1,485 27 
10,055 46 



379 39 

3,313 15 

35,166 65 



$348,258 19 



41,185 59 



$307,072 60 



Totals. 



$357,535 65 

70,505 26 

26,317 32 

384 37 

74,840 49 

4,018 66 

149 99 

690 04 

2,281 97 

11,909 59 

20.539 4' 

698 86 

3,905 33 

35,166 65 



$608,943 59 



41,185 59 



$567,758 00 



144 



City Document No. 22. 



Coal at Pumping Station, Calf Pasture. 





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Tons. 


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1922-23. 


Date. 












Per Ton. 


Total. 


1922. 










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$6,536 06 


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Castner, Curran & Bullitt, Inc 


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6,116 99' 


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163 



Recapitulation. 



District. 



Linear feet 
Sewers. 



Linear feet 

Catch-basin 

Drains. 



Manholes. 



Catch-basias. 



Amount 
Expended. 



South Boston . 
East Boston . . 
Charlestown. 

Brighton 

West Roxburj- 
Dorchester. . 
Hyde Park . . . 
Roxbury . . . . 
City Proper . . 



2.080.45 

L647.72 

403.85 

10737.18 

22,432.65 

13,882.25 

3.426.70 

5.703.66 

2,223.12 



66 

18 



164 
539 
658 
140 
284 
889.50 



17 
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12 
62 
143 
98 
17 
38 
29 



13 
35 
23 
8 
10 
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879.271 75 

31.111 58 

5.594 73 

103,948 02 

176,837 19 

126,869 82 

32,861 01 

102,401 15 

76,418 14 



Sewerage Works Loan, 1922-23. 

Engineers' salaries, general 

Amount charged to construction of sewers . 



$87,829 02 
31,633 00 

$119,462 02 



Labor . 

Teaming 
Borings 
Transportation 
Supplies, etc. 



Engineering Expense. 



$3,609 48 

787 12 

2,144 30 

2,432 35 

4,758 77 

$13,732 02 



Pumping Station Construction. 
Advertising 
Labor . 
Contracts . 
Professional services 
Materials, etc. . 



$58 10 

195 60 

8,282 49 

2,802 65 

1,065 68 

$12,404 52 



Labor . 

Materials 

Advertising 



Sundries. 



52,688 53 

3,701 64 

9 00 



),399 17 



164 



City Document No. 22. 



Court Executions and Awards on Account of Land- 
takings, ETC. 

Anna C. Leach, private land off Park street. West Rox- 

bury $236 80 

Harvey W. Moss, private land, Belgrade avenue. West 

Roxburv 400 00 



$636 80 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Twelve Months Ending 
January 31, 1923. 



District. 



Built by 

City by 

Contract or 

Day Labor. 



Built by I rp , 
Private I j i^^^i 
Parties. ^^"S*" 



Built. 



City proper . . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston . 
East Boston. . . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 
Hyde Park. . . 

Totals... 



Linear Feet. 

2,567.47 

5,704.37 

2,213.35 

1,627.72 

336.85 

10,764.18 

22,672 . 12 

13,001.90 

4,268.58 



Linear Feet. 
163,00 



63,156.54 



230 . 30 



230.00 
1,018.00 



1,641.30 



Linear Feet. 

2,730.47 

5,704.37 

2,213.35 

1,858.02 

336.85 

10,994.18 

23,690.12 

13,001.90 

4,268 . 58 



64,797.84 



Miles. 
0.517 
1.080 
0.419 
0.352 
0.064 
2,082 
4.487 
2.462 
0.808 



12,271 



Public Works Department. 



165 



Net Increase in Length of Sewers Between February 1, 1922, 
and January 31, 1923. 



District. 



Length of 

Sewers Built 

During the 

Twelve 

Months 

Ended 

Januarv 31, 

1923. 



Length of 
Sewers Re- 
built or 
Abandoned 
During the 
Months 
Ended 
January 31, 
1923. 



Net Increase for the 

Twelve Months Ended 

January 31, 1923. 



City proper . . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston . 
East Boston . . 
Charlestcwn . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Hyde Park .... 



Totals. 



Linear Feet. 

2,730.47 

5,704.37 

2,213.35 

1,858.02 

336.85 

10,994.18 

23,690.12 

13,001.90 

4,268.58 



Linear Feel. 
604.00 
499.63 
160.00 
982.00 
199.25 



655.86 



Linear Feel. 

2,126.47 

5,204 . 74 

2,053.35 

876.02 

137.60 

10,994 . 18 

23,690.12 

12,346.04 

4,268.58 



64,797.84 



3,100.74 



61,697.10 



Miles. 
0.403 
0.986 
0.389 
0.166 
0.026 
2.082 
4.487 
2.338 
0.808 



11.685 



Total Length oi' Sewers. 

Common sewers and surface drains previous to January 31, 1922 

Net increase of common sewers and surface drains between February 1, 
1922, and January 31, 1923 



Miles. 
952.04 

11.69 



Total common sewers and surface drains to January 31, 1923. 



Intercepting sewers connecting with Metropohtan system to January 31 
1923 



Boston main drainage intercepting sewers to January 31, 1923. 



963.73 

*6.81 
* 24.12 



Grand total of comm.on and intercepting sewers to January 31, 1923.. . . 
Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works 



994.66 
587.86 



* No additions during 1922. 

Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
February I, 1923. 





1918. 1919. 

1 


1920. 


1921. 


1922. 


Built by city by contract or 
day labor 


Feet. 

31,764.84 
5,406.00 


Feet. 

57,105.04 
387.20 


Feet. 

42,541.12 
12.00 


Feet. 

37,115.48 
279.18 


Feel. 
63,156.54 


Private parties 


1.641.30 




Totals 


37,170.84 


57,492.24 


42,553 12 


37,394.66 


64,797.84 



166 



City Document No. 22. 



Table of Approximate Quantities, Lifts and Duties at Calf Pasture 
Pumping Station. 



Month. 


Total 
Pumpage 
Gallons. 


Average 
per Day 
Gallons. 


Minimum 

Day 
Gallons. 


Maximum 

Day 

Gallons. 


Aver- 
age 
Lift 

Feet. 


Average 
Daily Foot- 
pounds per 
100 Pounds 

of Coal 


1922. 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

1923. 
January 


2,899,619,290 
.3,192.203,575 
2,986,984,517 
3.253,625,134 
2,994,266.832 
2,638,448,030 
2,803,916,672 
3,036,565,071 
2,545,706,582 
2,248,529,012 
2,522,532,620 

4,153,218,156 


103,557,832 

102,997,760 
99,566,151 

104,957,456 
99,808,695 
85,111,227 
90.448,925 

101,218,836 
82.119.567 
74.950,967 
81,372,020 

1.33,974,779 


80,764,526 
74,948,163 
76,987,936 
63,516,874 
63,163,130 
64,637,942 
65.906.568 
76.928.479 
62.056 034 
61,475.595 
62,170.712 

94,453.042 


1.30,716,828 
131,792,062 
128,586,133 
181,904,650 
166,551,321 
1.37,041,980 
165.444.187 
135.622.492 
120,578.668 
96,801,022 
117,071,183 

183,179,047 


37.0 
37.7 
38.2 
35.8 
36.4 
36.5 
36.0 
35.9 
37.2 
36.3 
36.1 

35.7 


90,600,000 
87,800,000 
88.900,000 
92,900.000 
93,400.000 
90,500.000 
86,100.000 
86.700,000 
87,700,000 
83,400.000 
86.700.000 

85,000,000 


Totals 

Averages 


35,276,342,491 
96,647,514 


1,160,084,215 
96,673,645 


847,009.001 
75,584,083 


1,695.289,573 
181,274,131 


438.6 
36.5 


1,059,700,000 
* 88,.300,000 



■ From yearly quantity. 



Recapitulation. 
Total gallons pumped Februaiy 1, 1922, to 

February 1, 1923 . 
Daily average .... 
Average dynamic head 
Foot-gallons .... 
Foot-gallons per 100 pounds coal 
Foot-pounds per 100 pounds coal 
Total coal for pumping (pounds) 



35,276,342,000 
96,648,000 
36.5 
1,287,586,483,000 
10,486,700 
88,300,000 
12,278,200 



Amount of Sludge Received and Removed Jrom Deposit Sewers 

from February 1, 1922, to January 31, 1923, Inclusive. 
Sludge in sewers February 1, 1922 . 1,964 cubic yards 

Received during the year . 2,394 " " 



Total 

Removed during the year 

Sludge in sewers February, 1923 



4,358 
3,183 

1,175 



Public Works Department. 



167 



Cost of Pumping. 



Items. 



Cost. 



Cost per 
Million Foot- 
Gallons. 



Labor 

Coal 

Oils and waste 

Rubber valves and packing 

Miscellaneous renewals and supplies 

Totals 

Labor at screens 



$79,325 30 

.52,292 44 

3,213 45 

1,374 44 

10,394 62 



$0 06161 
04061 
00250 
00107 
00807 



$146,600 25 



$0 11386 



$6,908 00 



$0 00536 



168 



City Document No.. 22. 



SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial 


Statement. 




Appropriation, maintenance . 




$1,748,998 96 


Transferred from the appropriation for Street 




Cleaning and Oiline; Service 


. $55,830 23 




Soldiers' Relief 


15,386 66 




Paving Service 


5,500 00 




Sewer Service .... 


2,617 07 




Bridge Service .... 


2,507 16 




Ferry Service .... 


845 30 


82,686 42 






Expended during the year 


$1,831,685 38 



Income. 

Statement showing amount of cash and bills deposited 
with the City Collector from February 1, 1922, to 
January 31, 1923, and credited to general revenue. 



Tickets and bills for the removal of ashes and 


waste 


$103,306 57 


Sale of manure 


2,242 80 


Labor and materials 


400 24 


Old materials sold 


73 90 


Forfeiture on bid 


1,100 00 


Sale of scales 


5 00 


Sale of colt 


20 00 


Total 


$107,148 51 


Amcunt Paid into the City Treasury- 


During the 


Year. 




Removal of ashes and waste .... 


$103,350 65 


Sale of manure 


2,242 80 


Sale of old material 


144 92 


Labor and materials 


185 05 


Forfeiture on bid 


1,100 00 


Sale of scales 


5 00 


Sale of colt 


20 00 


Penalty on coal 


17 29 




$107,065 71 



Public Works Department. 169 

Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste, Rubbish and House Offal, 1922. 

Salaries of division engineer, supervisor and 

medical inspector $9,955 39 

Office supplies and expenses, printing, stationer}', 

etc 8,310 80 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account 1,170,995 12 

House offal account . .... 536,006 90 

Annuities $130 83 

Retired veterans' pensions 1,932 45 

Retired laborers' pensions . 10,154 29 

12,217 57 



Total $1,737,485 78 

Construction Repairs and Horse- 
shoeing Account. 



Expended for labor . . . $85,609 60 

Expended for stock . 38,081 31 



Work Done for Other Services. 

Paving Service .... $5,794 00 

Sewer Service 1,560 18 

Street Cleaning Service . . 17,862 18 

Water Service 4,274 95 



123,690 91 
,861,176 69 



29,491 31 
Total $1,831,685 38 



170 



City Document No. 22. 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1922-23. 



Special 
Account 
1921-22. 



Regular 
Account 
1922-23. 



Salary, division engineer (in part) 

Salary, supervisor (in part) 

Salary, medical inspector (in part) 

Salary, chief veterinary (in part) 

Salaries, foremen 

Salaries, yard clerks 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house dirt and ashes 

Labor, collecting and disposing of waste and rubbish 

Labor, collecting and disposing of house offal 

Labor and stock at stables and yards 

Hired teams on ashes 

Hired teams on offal 

Contractor on ashes, East Boston, Brighton, West Roxbury, 

Dorchester and Hyde Park. 
Contractor on offal. East Boston, Brighton, West Roxburj^, 

Dorchester and Hyde Park. 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Vacations, paj- allowed 

Grain 



Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and pay allowed injured employees . 

Veterinary services and medicines 

Outside wheelwright, blacksmith, horseshoeing, etc 

Labor, stock and wheelwright, blacksmith, painting, etc. 

Repairs to stables and sheds 

Fuel 

Gas 



Electric light and power 

Printing, stationery, office supplies, etc. 

Automobile expense 

Telephone tolls and rentals 

Annuities 

Retired veterans' pensions 

Retired laborers' pensions 

Horses 

Rent 

Tolls and fares 



$10,929 51 



30,000 00 

11,044 86 

592 29 



9,038 39 

113 00 

231 77 

2,133 46 

4,987 25 



871 49 



728 87 

1,056 15 

755 91 

132 28 



1,233 13 



145 00 
21 20 



12,595 53 

1,618 43 

17,060 43 



$1,666 67 

1,750 00 

1,083 33 

1,558 34 

21,809 61 

2,555 36 

621,897 89 

36,507 18 

351,891 78 

70.765 18 
89,511 29 

3,184 00 
212,836 95 

85.766 11 

62,317 21 

22,762 62 

24,551 85 

25,935 22 

17,911 15 

490 41 

29,575 21 

75,669 08 

20,574 91 

3,158 13 

562 01 

3,070 36 

4,004 07 

10,211 63 

828 06 

130 83 

10,154 29 

1,932 45 

14,000 00 

965 00 

97 20 



Totals . 



$105,288 95 



$1,831,685 38 



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Amount of House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 


Load.s. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1918.... 




217,823 
228,095 
288,646 
264.244 
272;245 


776,645 
836,730 
891,042 
967,955 
1,025,555 


316,482 
340,960 


1919... 




1920... 
1921... 




303,097 
394,435 
417,915 


1922... 









Amount of House Offal Removed. 



Ye.ujs. 


Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1918 


39,494 
38,054 
40,881 
47,711 
44,860 


96,317 

92,042 

100,865 

118,237 

110,555 


56,836 


1919 


54,300 


1920 

1921 

1922 


59,507 
69,182 
71,175 







Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 




Yeabs. 


Paper Market 
Carts. Wagons. 


Tons. 


1918 

1919 


1 

3,186 ! 4,823 
3,263 ' 3,739 
3,794 I 2,717 
3,295 2,306 
2,850 1 4,065 
1 


64,221 
54,429 
47,949 
52,224 
54,071 


7,546 
6,396 


1920 

1921 

1922 


5,641 
6,144 
6,455 







Number of Loads of Material Collected from February I, 1917. 
to January 25, 1923. 




Public Woeks Department. 



173 



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Ashes. 






Offal. 




Districts. 


Double 
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Auto 
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Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


Double 
Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


East Boston 


8,981 
14,258 

7,583 
16,172 

3,345 


574 


50,645 
51,108 
37,915 
192,946 
18,825 


20,638 
25,158 
15,450 
78,626 
7,640 


1,090 
2,475 
1,440 
6,368 
970 


3,815 
8,663 
5,040 
22,288 
3,395 


2,251 




5,111 






2,974 


Dorchester 


10,400 
210 


13,150 


Hyde Park 


2,003 






Totals 


50,339 


11,184 


351,439 


147,512 


12,343 


43,201 


25,489 



Summary. 



!Materi.vl. 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Tons. 



Ashes . 
Offal.. 



351,439 
43,201 



147,512 
25,489 



Final Disposition of all Material, in Loads and Tons (2,000 Pounds). 
Collection by the Sanitary Service, February 1, 1922, to January 
25. 1923. 



Class of Refuse. 


Boston Development 
and Sanitary 
Company, and 
Coleman 
Company. 


Collected and 
Disposed of by 
Contractors. 


Total Number of 
Loads Disposed of. 


C2 


House dirt and ashes I 


221,906 
270,372 

38,874 
60,262 

6,905 
6,455 


50,339 
147,543 

5,986 
10,913 


272,245 




\ 


471,915 


Offal •f 


44,860 


71,175 


Waste and rubbish ' 


6,905 






6,455 










[Loads .... 


267,685 
337,089 


56,325 
158,456 


324,010 




Totals \ 

[Tons. 


495,545 









Note. — First item, loads. Second item, tons. 



174 



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Cost of Collection and Disposal of Refuse by Day Labor Force in the 


City of Boston for the Year ending January 31, 1923. 






Cb.aracter of Refuse, 


Cost per Ton bt Dibthicts. 


Cost of Distriotb. 


Where Disposed of. 

1 


Districts 
and Pop- 
ulation. 


Tons 
(2,000 
lbs). 


Total 
Tons. 


I 
To Collect. '■ For Disposal. 


Total 

Collection 

and Disposal 


Tn Oniioof Total Cost For 
lo Collect. , t„ Collect. Disposal. 


Total Cost 
of Disposal. 


Total Cost 

of Collection 

and 

Disposal. 


Total Cost 
per Capita, 
Collection, 

and 
Disposal. 




f Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) ! 26,784 


' '32,163 
20,637 

lbi',9i7 

' 97,533 


$2 8182 
5 7343 
4 5224 


SO 1489 


S2 9671 
5 7343 
4 5224 


$75,483 05 

30,248 74 

606 00 




$3,988 20 








1 Coleman Disposal Company. 
1 Coleman Disposal Company. 




Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 


5,275 










1.. (71,64 


Store refuse, principally paper 


134 
















Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 
Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 


18,827 
1,830 


Av. $3 3031 
S2 7230 
7 0762 


Av. SO 1489 


Av. $3 4270 
$2 7230 
7 0762 


S51,246 80 
12,949 49 


$106,337 79 




$3,988 20 


$110,325 99 


$1 5399 


1 Coleman Disposal Company. 


J.. (85,226) 
















Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 


90,915 

10,187 

815 

78,145 
15,128 
4,260 


Av. $3 0544 
$2 4667 
7 0560 
13 1845 








64,196 29 


$1,200 00 




64,196 29 


1 8224 






SO 0132 


S2 47991*224.279 77 


Coleman Disposal Company. 
' Coleman Disposal Company. 
1 Coleman Disposal Company. 


S (patt) and? ■ 

(153,152) 


7 0560 
13 1845 


71,879 51 
10,745 40 


























(Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) 




306,904 6f, 




1,200 00 


308,104 68 


2 0117 




Av. S3 0113 
$2 6725 
4 4598 
9 1819 


Av. $0 0132 
SO 0342 
1760 


Av. S3 0231 

S2 7067 
4 6058 
9 1819 


$214,851 97 

j 67,467 27 

39,114 91 


$2,678 54 
2,663 23 


i Coleman Disposal Company. 
, Coleman Disposal Company. 
, Coleman Disposal Company. 


8 and 9.. (115,759).... 






















(Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 




321,434 15 




5,341 77 


326,775 92 


2 8228 




53,702 
7,268 
1,222 


Av. S3 2895 
$2 4790 
3 2912 
6 8672 


Av. $0 0572 


Av. $3 4530 
$2 4790 
3 2912 
6 8672 


$133,129 47 
23,921 75 
8,391 76 




















Coleman Disposal Company. 




















Contract, Boston Development and Sanitary Com- 


62,192 






165,442 98 






165,442 98 

70,666 (15 
345,000 00 


2 2519 








Av. $2 6602 




Av. $2 6602 






70,666 65 
345,000 GO 




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314,492 


Av. $3 0662 


Av. $0 4991 


Av. S4 4214 








$426,196 62 


$1,390,512 51 


$3 0952 















* The amount paid to Boston Development and Sanitary Company is for disposal of all refuse collected by the city force and Dorchester contracts. District 6 on page 174. 

Total as above $1,390,512 51 

Add total of contract table, page 174 441,172 87 

Net amount of appropriation $1,831,685 38 



Boston Development and Sanitary Company's contract calls for $70,666.65 less $6,000 paid for Ward Street Dump. Six 
Coleman Disposal Company's contract calls for $345,000. Six months. 



































Details of Collected Refuse in 


Joston for the 


Year Ending January 20, 1923. 








































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68.228 

93.805 
37.078 

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32 162 




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3.981 


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10.172 


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13,150 


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CITY OF BOSTON charleSToWn<./~~^ 
SANITARY DISTRICTS POP.ai^^b 

1922 




FIGURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1922 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE: ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 
PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 



176 



City Document No. 22. 



SEWER AND SANITARY DIVISION — STREET 
CLEANING AND OILING SERVICE. 



Items of Expenditure for Year 1922. 



Street Cleaning Service. 
General administration .... 
Salary of division engineer (in part), 
Salar}^ of supervisor . 
Salary of medical inspector 
Salary of veterinarian 

Printing 

Stationery 

Telephone 

Office items and incidentals 
Annuity, Acts of 1920 — chapter 

132 

Pensions, retired veterans 
Pensions, retired laborers 
Automobile repairs and m a i n 

tenance 



$1,433 34 
1,459 57 
786 32 
783 
616 
700 
609 
157 



$20,411 53 



32 
19 
11 

78 
14 



600 
3,229 



00 
96 



7,766 45 



2,269 35 



General expenses other than general adminis- 


tration 


125,054 01 


Wages of stablemen . 


$42,478 68 


Wages of yardmen . 


7,583 00 


Wages of watchmen . 


5,252 00 


Wages of foreman's driver 


156 00 


Wages of clerks and messengers 


4,887 83 


Hay and straw .... 


22,721 74 


Grain 


15,277 29 


Electric light . . . . 


251 43 


Veterinary services and medicine 


287 76 


Horseshoeing .... 


7,371 65 


Harnesses, new and repairs 


3,567 07 


Wagon and carriage repairs 


371 62 


Fuel 


616 07 


Horses 


4,550 00 


Care of horses 


331 50 


Stable and yards, rent of . . . 


1,975 00 


Stable and yards, supplies 


2,258 37 


Stable and yards, building repairs 


1,749 46 


Automobile repairs and mainte- 




nance 


3,367 54 



Carried forivard 



$145,465 54 $145,465 54 



Public Works Department. 



177 



Brought forward .... 

Operating; expenses ... 

District foremen, salaries of 

Inspectors, salaries of, on paved 
streets, crossings, gutters, snow 
work, etc 

Laborers, wages of, on paved 
streets, crossings, gutters, snow 



$145,465 54 $145,465 54 
595,418 37 
20,329 40 



36,508 38 



work, etc 


361,002 98 


Laborers, wages on garbage 


and 


ashes 


39,342 13 


Hired autos 


8,067 50 


Hired teams .... 


3,865 00 


Electric cars flushing . 


17,422 50 


Holidays and pay allowed 


52,540 30 


Vacations 


19,686 45 


Pay allowed injured employees 


5,792 58 


Dumps, rent of . 


459 15 


Snow license .... 


500 00 


Cart repairs 


8,298 41 


Water cart repair;:^ 


852 97 


Tools and repairs 


1,989 99 


Vehicle supplies 


504 96 


Sweeping machine repairs 


1,707 87 


Push carts and barrels 


1,030 88 


Snow plows, repairs . 


1,577 62 


Flushing machines, repairs 


1,192 32 


Push brooms, teamster brooms. 


etc., 1,824 01 


Machine brooms 


3,244 00 


Sand 


625 01 


Coal, distribution of . 


1,383 40 


Miscellaneous . . . . 


615 90 


Water cart hose 


173 38 


Flushing hose .... 


112 48 


Refuse boxes .... 


525 12 


Sand barrels .... 


342 58 


Automobile ropaiis and m a 


i n - 


tenance 


3,901 10 


Grand total .... 


. $740,883 91 $740,883 91 


Street Watering a 


nd Oiling Branch. 


General administration . 


$3,680 49 


Salary of division engineer 


(in 


part) 


$233 33 


Salary of supervisor (in part) . 


237 60 


Salary of general foreman 


1,900 00 


Printing 


100 31 


Stationery 


113 97 


Telephone 


40 17 


Advertising . . . . 


15 30 


Carried forward . 


$2,640 68 $3,680 49 



178 



City Document No. 22. 



Brought forward . 








i|;2,640 68 $3,680 49 


Miscellaneous 1 50 


Automobile repairs and mainte- 


nance 

General expenses other than genera 


1,038 31 




administration 1.639 87 


Wages of stablemen, watchmen 


and yardmen ... . $633 00 


Hay, straw and grain 667 74 


Horseshoeing 37 00 


Yard and stable supplies ... 83 98 


Automobile repair and maintenance 
Operating expenses .... 


218 15 


121,403 50 


Chief inspector . 








$1,600 00 


Inspectors . 










Sanitary Service 








7,541 48 


Oil . . . 








862 93 


Sanding . 








.835 40 


General . 








1,437 89 


Water 








1,505 44 


Calcide . 








9 86 


Flushing . 








448 61 


Street Cleaning Soi 


vice 






1,258 60 


Vacation . 








322 95 


Holiday . 




• 




202 20 


Labor : 










Sanitary Service 








1,935 44 


General . 








3,078 15 


Calcide . 








68 75 


Standpipes 








82 25 


Sanding 








3,330 75 


Miscellaneous 








31 75 


Holiday 








95 00 


Vacation 








232 03 


Allowed time 








26 78 


Dismantling trucks 








184 38 


Street cleaning . 








238 00 


Flushing 








1,084 60 


Water . 








875 65 


Oil ... 








4 00 


Auto 








34 75 


Hired teams, water 






15 48 


Hired autos, sanding 






470 00 


Electric car, sprinklers 






16,053 75 


Tools, etc . 






75 67 


Road oil . . . 






23,478 71 


Calcide 






135 00 


Hydrants, establishing and main- 


tenance . 








15,205 03 



Carried forward 



,081 64 $126,723 86 



Public Works Department. 



179 



Brought forward 








$88,081 64 $126,723 86 


Sand . 








2,736 20 


Bicycle repairs . 








9 31 


Cart repairs 








9 49 


Building repairs 








260 66 


Hose . 








1,215 28 


Standpipe repairs 








1,753 55 


Rent of railroad siding- 






25 00 


Gasolene 






1,835 63 


Motor oils and grease 






301 79 


Auto trucks, new and repairs 




30,495 31 


Grand total .... 


$126,723 86 $126,723 86 



Items of Expenditures of 1922 — Special Account. 



Street Cleaning and Oiling Service. 



General administration 

Salary of supervisor . 

Salary of supervisor, chauffeur 

Veterans' pension 

Laborers' pension 

Annuity 

Veterinarj' 

Printing 

Stationeiy 

Telephone 

Automobile 



repairs and mainte- 



nance 



General expenses other than general 

administration 
Wages of stablemen . 
Wages of yardmen 
Wages of watchmen . 
Wages of foremen's driver 
Wages of yard clerks and messen 

gers 

Hay and straw .... 

Grain 

Gas 

Electric light .... 
Veterinary services and medicine 

Fuel 

Horseshoeing .... 
Harnesses, repairs 
Stable and yards, supplies 
Stable and yards, building repairs 
Automobile repairs and mainte 

nance 

Carried forward ... 



},120 66 



$47 95 


18 00 


262 76 


661 52 


50 00 


141 67 


369 90 


215 22 


99 02 


254 62 


11,461 56 


$627 25 


108 00 


68 00 


14 00 


57 40 


4,558 06 


3,371 59 


4 40 


21 15 


49 00 


188 67 


1,091 65 


287 42 


527 42 


78 42 


409 55 


$13,582 22 $13,582 22 



180 



City Document No, 22. 



paved 
work 



paved 
work 



Brought forward . 
Operating expenses 
District foremen, salaries of 
Inspectors, wages of on 

streets, crossings, snow 

patrolling, etc. 
Inspectors, wages of, on ashes 
Laborers, wages of, on 

streets, crossings, snow 

patrolling, etc. 
Laborers, wages of, on ashes . 
Holiday and pay allowed 

Vacations 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Dumps, rent of . 

Cart repairs .... 

Tools and repairs 

Vehicle supplies 

Sweeping machine repairs 

Push carts and barrels 

Hoes, shovels, picks, etc. . 

Snow plows .... 

Push brooms, teamster brooms, etc 

Machine brooms 

Sand 

Automobile repairs and maintenance, 



$13,582 22 
283 56 



307 09 
203 85 



3,499 25 

1,393 50 

590 82 

128 00 

112 57 

27 30 

84 43 

445 92 

29 53 

44 00 

657 00 

95 00 

343 00 

755 00 

143 00 

560 22 

352 40 



S13,582 22 
10,055 44 



Street Watering and Oiling Branch. 

General administration 

Salary of general foreman . . $26 02 

Stationery ...... 80 

Telephone 6 03 

General expenses other than general 
administration .... 
Automobile repairs and maintenance. 
Operating expenses . 
Chief inspector . 
Inspector, Sanitary Service 
Labor, general 
Vacations 
Tools . 
Gasoline 
Motor oil 

Totals 



Totals Street Cleaning Branch 
" Street Watering and 
Branch 

Grand total . . . . 



Oil 



$491 24 

$23,637 66 

491 24 
$24,128 90 



,637 66 $23,637 66 



$32 85 





28 89 


28 89 






429 50 


21 91 




229 05 




12 00 




12 00 




8 79 




140 00 




5 75 





$491 24 



Public Works Department. 



181 



DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow .... 

Snow work on crossings and gutters, 

Flushing streets .... 

Street patrolling by teams 
Cleaning of subway passage 
Street patrolling by push carts 
Collection of refuse boxes 

Cleaning of paved streets 
Cleaning of macadam streets . 
Cleaning of public alleys . 

Distribution of coal .... 
Sanding of slippery streets 

New horses 

Work performed for Sanitary Service 



Oiling of public streets and ways 
Watering of public streets and ways, 
Work performed for Sanitary 
Service 



$103,324 48 
14,214 07 



,615 67 

462 37 

146,255 58 

10,221 31 

$227,193 96 

82,650 98 

3,084 98 



,497 46 
77,861 65 

9,364 63 



L17,538 55 
35,415 55 



185,554 93 



312,929 92 

2,385 29 

3,109 62 

4,550 00 

79,400 05 

$740,883 91 



Total expenditures. Street Watering and Oil- 
ing Branch 



126,723 74 



Total expenditures, Street Cleaning and Oil- 
ing Service 



$867,607 65 



182 



City Document No. 22. 



Summary. 





Street Cleaning Branch. 


Street Oiling and Watering 
Branch. 




1920-21. 1921-22. 


1922-2i. 


1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-23. 




$608,491 42 

49,084 41 

139,258 22 


$602,839 45 
.39,514 75 
128,590 40 


$614,050 85 
29,355 00 
97,478 06 


$19,887 03 
73,209 57 
93,666 60 


$20,730 19 
75.368 67 
49,017 95 


$30,869 45 




16,539 23 


Supplies and repairs 


79,315 18 


Totals 


$796,834 05 


$770,944 60 


$740,883 91 


$186,763 20 


$145,116 81 


$126,723 86 







Cost of Snow Work and Volume Removed. 



Districts. 



Snow 
Crossings 

and 
Gutters. 



Snow 
Removal. 



Single 
Total Cost. „^°stw 
I Removed. 



Cubic 

Yards 

of Snow 

Removed. 



Cost 
per Cubic 

Yard 
of Snow 
Removed. 



South Boston 

East Boston 

Charlestown 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

Uptown 

Downtown 

Back Bay 

North and West Ends 
Patrol Sj-stem 



Totals.. . 
Average . 



$2,281 52 

789 68 

510 10 

1,894 92 

1,691 28 

515 15 

2,119 64 

631 00 

1,742 27 

2,038 51 



$3,036 61 
377 30 
586 27 
585 21 



29,025 06 

4,417 29 
27,651 35 
37,645 39 



$14,214 07 



$103,324 48 



$5,318 13 

1,166 98 

1,096 37 

2,480 13 

1,691 28 

515 15 

31,144 70 

5,048 29 

29,393 62 

39,683 90 



$117,538 55 



812 
£21 
213 
170 



2.4.36 
663 
639 
510 



I 

17,906 53,718 

1,996! 5,988 

13,407| 40,221 

13,695! 41,085 



48,420 145,260 



.?1 246 

569 

917 

1 147 



54 
737 
687 
916 



$0 711 



Snow Summary. 





Cost of 
Inspection, 
Labor and 
Teaming. 


Cost of 
all Other 


Total Cost. 


Amount 
OF Snow 

REMO^•ED. 


Cost 
per Load. 


Cost 
per Cubic 




Charges. 1 


Loads. 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Yard. 


Snow removal 

Snow crossings and 
gutters 


$89,614 77 
13,386 60 


$13,709 71 
827 47 


$103,324 48 
14,214 07 


48,420 


145,26C 


$2 133 


$0 711 


Totals 


$103,001 37 


$14,537 18 


$117,538 55 











Public Works Department. 



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184 



City Document No. 22. 



Flushing and Watering. 



Area 
Square 
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Covered 
On re. 



Equivalent 

Mileage 

30-Foot 

Roadway. 



Cost of 
Inspection, 

Labor, 
Teaming. 



Miscellaneous. Total Cost. 



Cost of 
1.000 

Square 
Yards 

Covered 
Once. 



Flushing 131,365,143 

Watering 123,477,?37 



7,463 . 36 
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«29,060 42 
17,748 84 



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1«0 341 
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Comparative Table of Receipts and Expenditures. 

Receipts. 





1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


1916-17. 


1917-18. 1918-19. 


1919-20. 


1920-21. 


1921-22. 


1922-23. 




$2,947,210 88 
84,389 48 


$2,923,719 09 
69,922 86 


$2,859,707 92 
84,977 77 


$3,037,974 66 
71,374 55 


$2,872,867 89 
79,223 75 


$2,998,922 73 
50,529 81 


$3,244,542 57 
54,111 33 


$3,364,937 04 
64,598 71 


$3,407,579 24 
65,479 69 


$3,694,448 30 




97,499 70 








$3,031,600 36 


$2,993,641 95 


$2,944,685 69 


$3,100,349 21 


$2,952,091 64 
* 4,826 39 


$3,049,452 54 


$3,298,653 90 


$3,429,535 75 


$3,473,058 93 


$3,791,948 00 


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S3,031,600 36 


$2,993,641 95 


$2,944,685 69 


$3,100,349 21 


$2,956,918 03 


$3,049,452 54 


$3,298,653 90 


$3,429,535 75 


$3,473,058 93 


$3,791,948 00 


. 


$274,580 54 
340,819 49 


$340,819 49 
t 184,470 24 


8184,470 24 

t 135,014 40 

24,500 00 

259,046 70 


$135,014 40 

t 87,146 19 

25,774 00 

407,823 86 


$87,146 19 

t 25,087 31 

27,264 14 

16,000 00 

35,000 00 


$25,087 31 
1 3,487 83 
26,165 88 
124,263 96 

30,000 00 


t $3,487 83 






$43,733 95 








$43,733 95 
34,596 76 
161,000 00 




30,317 74 
390,095 22 


$33,570 54 
209,958 26 


46,425 42 
250,233 01 

200,000 00 

23,000 00 

100,000 00 




17,000 00 
200,000 00 



355,650 26 
200.000 00 


mains and relaying mains 

Transferred to appropriation for High Pres- 










Transferred to appropriation for High Pres- 

























Expenditures. 





1913-14. 


1914-15. 


1915-16. 


1916-17. 


1917-18. 


1 1 
1918-19. 1919-20. 1920-21. 1921-22. 


1922-23. 




$899,338 91 

85,945 40 

1,842,127 65 

118,673 48 

1,275 97 


$894,170 14 

128,584 36 

1,676,038 11 

94,615 02 

933 31 


$904,135 19 
49.455 84 

1,665,006 20 

91,259 22 

738 38 


$917,823 64 
47,868 21 

1,669,432 79 

87,868 59 

628 33 


$1,045,543 65 

97,058 88 

1,752,004 76 

80,494 28 

Gil 20 


$1,055,842 87 

51,599 48 

1,741,008 84 

71,268 00 

962 99 


$1,010,634 32 

3,487 83 

1,805,104 07 

61,162 73 

1,339 82 


t$l,253,166 33 

1,885,924 91 

45,874 33 

1,041 38 


t$l,232,418 76 

1,958,528 33 

41,852 66 

928 47 


t$l,.396,212 50 






1,784,257 21 
34,449 49 






1,104 32 






$2,948,361 41 


$2,794,340 94 


$2,710,594 83 


$2,723,619 56 


$2,975,712 77 


$2,929,682 18 


$2,881,728 77 


$3,186,008 95 


$3,233 728 22 


$3,216,023 52 



* Transfer from Reserve Fund. 

t Balance of appropriation for service mains and relaying mains. 
t Amount expended for current expenses nnd extensions, there being one .ippropri'itinn only. 



Public Works Department. 185 



APPENDIX E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE WATER DIVISION. 



February 1, 1923. 

To the Commissioner of Public Works: 

I respectfully submit the following report of the 
operations, income and expenditures of the Water 
Division for the past year. 

The pipe laying work done shows an improvement in 
the general economic condition and a development of 
unimproved property again starting in the suburban 
districts; 4.8 miles of pipe 3 inches to 16 inches inclusive 
were laid as against 2.3 miles laid in 1921. The total 
extension was 5.4 miles laid on account of new building 
construction in extension of the existing distribution 
system and in extension of the high service in the 
business district supplying sprinkler systems and fire 
pipes. Approximately 2.0 miles of 4 and 6-inch pipe 
laid forty to fifty years ago were replaced with 10-inch 
and 12-inch mains in order to furnish a sufficient fire 
supply. The development of the Aviation Field at 
Jeffries Point, East Boston, by the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts called for the laying of 2,553 linear feet 
of 3-inch steel pipe as a temporary supply to be replaced 
with a larger main when the made land has settled, etc. 

One thousand four hundred and twenty linear feet of 
16-inch high service pipe was laid in Dudley street, be- 
tween Brook avenue and Magnolia street, completing the 
16-inch main along the easterly border of the high service 
district of Roxbury and Dorchester, strengthening the 
system in that portion of Boston. A further extension 
of the second high service supply main to the business 
district was made by the laying of 3,550 linear feet of 
24-inch pipe in South street. High street, Oliver and 
Milk streets with 16-inch connections to the high service 
pipes in Summer and Oliver streets. This extension is 
a continuation of the 36-inch and 30-inch high service 
supply main laid in 1914-15-16-17 through Roxbury, 
South End, city proper to the junction of Kneeland and 
South streets. Its purpose is to remedy the dangerous 



186 City Document No, 22. 

situation in the high service territory of the business 
section which, previous to the laying of this main, was 
dependent on one 42-inch high service main in Hunting- 
ton avenue. 

An additional 2,183 linear feet of the 24-inch high 
service pipe (laid in 1887) was relaid with 36-inch pipe 
in Perkins street from Jamaicaway to Day street, 
2,500 linear feet of 36-inch pipe having been relaid in 
1921. The last length of 24-inch pipe in Day street to 
be relaid, namely, about 2,100 linear feet, will be done 
during the coming summer, completing the enlargement 
of the main between the Metropolitan 48-inch pipe in 
Prince street and the Boston 36-inch pipe in Heath 
street. 

During the year every endeavor has been made to 
care for applications for main pipe laying immediately 
on receipt of same, and by the handling of the petitions 
in thirteen contracts awarded at various times during 
the year, every applicant for a service pipe requiring a 
main pipe extension has been taken care of. 

Nine hundred and sixty-three service pipes were laid 
as compared with 294 services laid in 1921, indicating a 
marked increase in building activities, and a greater 
number laid than in any year since 1916. For the 
years 1918 to 1921 inclusive, the average per year was 
213. For the year 1917, 645 were laid. For the period 
1912 to 1916 inclusive the average was 1,330. 

One hundred and fifty-five 4-inch pipes for sprinkler 
protection were installed. 

The pipe relaying done to improve the fire protec- 
tion was as follows: 

Roxbury: 361 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 8-inch. 

Dorchester: 789 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch. 

Hyde Park: 611 linear feet 4-inch relaid with 8-inch. 

West Roxbury: 8,372 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 
10-inch and 12-inch. 

Practically all the relaying was in the West Roxbury 
district; some of the longer lengths relaid were: 

Bourne street, between Wallis place and Walk Hill 
street, 1,244 linear feet 6-inch pipe relaid with 10-inch 
pipe. 

Richards avenue, between Hyde Park avenue and 
Newburn street, 596 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 
10-inch pipe. 

Maple street, between Centre street and Weld street, 
2,000 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 



Public Works Department. 187 

Conway street, between South street and Fairview 
street, 845 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Ashfield street, between Fairview street and Walter 
street, 826 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Hastings street, between Centre street and Mont- 
view street, 1,125 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch 
pipe. 

Montview street, between Corey street and Park 
street, 684 linear feet 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Ashland street, between Hyde Park avenue and Har- 
vard street, 892 linear feet 8-inch and 12-inch relaid 
with 16-inch pipe. 

This is a continuation of a supply main across the 
West Roxbury district. 

A Pitometer waste water survey was made during 
the year embracing 233 miles of pipes and covering the 
low service area in the city proper, Dorchester and a 
part of Roxbury, together with the high service area of 
West Roxbury. 

In compliance with the Legislative Acts of 1907, 
relative to metering, 4,590 meters were set during the 
year. The total number of meters in service on Janu- 
ary 31, 1923, was 75,556. There yet remains to meter 
a small section of Ward 20 in Dorchester, Wards 22 and 
23 in West Roxbury and Wards 25 and 26 in Brighton. 
At the present rate of meter installation it is expected 
that the entire city will be on metered service by January, 
1926. 

Under a contract with the National Water Main 
Cleaning Company of New York, 12-inch pipes laid in 
the early 70's were cleaned to advantage as follows : 

Three thousand eight hundred and eighty-six linear 
feet of 12-inch pipe was cleaned in East Boston; 12,695 
linear feet of 12-inch pipe was cleaned in South Boston; 
34,858 linear feet of 12-inch pipe was cleaned in Roxbury; 
4,761 linear feet of 12-inch pipe w^as cleaned in West 
Roxbury; 12,820 linear feet of 12-inch pipe was cleaned 
in Dorchester. 

The Income Branch was reorganized and during the 
year an earnest effort was made to collect water bills 
outstanding for six or seven years back with the result 
that the collection for the sales of water was $3,694,- 
448.30 — the largest amount ever collected in a year — 
and larger by $286,869.12 than the collection for 192 L 
The larger portion of the increase representing unpaid 
bills back to 1916. 



188 City Document No. 22. 

A new policy was inaugurated of advertising the main 
pipe and specials — contracts needed for the coming 
year in the late fall in place of waiting until the spring 
of the year. The purpose being to have the work done 
at a period when the foundry work is slack and also 
obtain our material at a much cheaper price than could 
be obtained when the foundries are booked for orders. 
In addition to the money saved, a decided advantage 
will be that stock is on hand early in the spring and con- 
tractors will not be held up, as they have been in the past, 
on account of delay in stock delivery. 

Further detailed information regarding operations of 
the different branches of this division will be found in 
the tables published herewith. 

Yours respectfully, 

C. J. Carven, 
Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 



189 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Receipts. 

Sales of water 

Service pipes and repairs 

Elevator, fire, motor pipes and repairs 

Fees for summonses 

Labor and materials for miscellaneous work . 

Installing street watering hydrants . 

Shutting off and letting on water for nonpayment 

Sales of old materials 

Damages to automobiles 

Interest on bank deposits 

Water post repairs 

Sales of gasolene 

Relocating mains 

Damages to hydrants 

Refund of bills 

Sale of old pumping station building, Hj'de Park 

Rent 

Delivering water 

Testing meters 

Sales of merchandise 

Relocating hydrant 

Penalties on coal 

Money found 

Damages to wagon 

Total income 1922-23 

Appropriation "Special Account" 1921-22 . 



Transferred to City Loan account to pay 

Hyde Park Water debt $16,000 00 

Transferred to credit of Collecting Depart- 
ment 46,425 42 

Transferred to appropriation for "Service 

Mains and Relaying Mains" 200,000 00 

Transferred to appropriation for "High 

Pressure Fire Service " 23,000 00 

Transferred to appropriation for "High 

Pressure Fire System Extension". . . 100,000 00 

Transferred to City Loan account to be 

applied to City debt 234,233 01 



$3,694,448 30 

43,449 24 

28,486 47 

7,711 82 

4,200 40 

3,537 97 

3,176 00 

2,257 97 

1,143 09 

839 54 

557 94 

452 61 

305 86 

297 18 

270 89 

200 00 

130 00 

126 00 

107 22 

71 39 

55 86 

52 05 

48 00 

22 20 

$3,791,948 00 
43,733 95 

$3,835,681 95 



619,658 43 
53,216,023 52 



Special account 1921-22 
Appropriation 1922-23 



Expenditures. 
. $41,656 57 
. 1,354,555 93 



Current expenses and extensions 
Interest on water loans 
Refunded water rates 
Metropolitan water assessment . 

Total expenditures 



$1,396,212 50 

34,449 49 

1,104 32 

. 1,784,257 21 



$3,216,023 52 



190 



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COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITION OF 
WATER DEBT. 



Costof construction to February 1, 1923 . . . .$18,757,837 61 

Cost of construction to February 1, 1922 .... 18,477,849 17 

Increase during the year $279,988 44 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1922, at 3? 

per cent $5,000 00 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1922, at 4 

per cent ........ 604,350 00 

$609,350 00 

Outstanding loans February 1, 1923, at 4 

per cent . . . " . . 364,350 00 

364,350 00 

Decrease during the year $245,000 00 

The Water Sinking Fund February 1.1922, was . . ., $609,350 00 

The Water Sinking Fund February 1, 1923, was . . 364,350 00 

Decrease during the year $245,000 00 

Net Water Debt February 1,1922 $298,000 00 

Gross Water Debt February 1, 1923 . . $646.350 00 
Less Sinking Fund February 1, 1923 . . 364,350 00 

Net Water Debt February 1, 1923 282,000 00 

Decrease during the year $16,000 00 

Stock on hand February 1, 1922 $385,879 68 

Stock on hand February 1, 1923 361,024 84 

Decrease during the year $24,854 84 

Cochituate Water Sinking Fund receipts, 1922-23 : 

Interest on investments $17,317 99 

Interest on bank deposits 2,549 72 

$19,867^71 

Costof existing works on January 31, 1923: 

Pipe yards and buildings . ~ $94,832 16 

Engineering expenses 57,873 58 

Distribution system (additions during the year, .§279,- 

988.44) '. "... 18,137,131 87 

Hyde Park waterworks 468,000 00 

$18,757,837 61 



196 



City Document No. 22. 



Income Branch. 

Table No. I.— Statement of Each Year's Water Rates, 1906 to 1923, as 
of January 31, 1923. 



Account of 
Yb.km. 


Amount 
Assessed. 


Amount 
Abated. 


Amount 
Collected. 


Outstanding. 


1906 


§2,524,205 25 
2,619,031 00 
2,645,962 55 
2,694,408 57 
2,845,900 66 
2,863,501 75 
3,001,771 87 
3,004,331 52 
3,034,885 83 
2,960,797 45 
3,130,590 53 
3,120,878 86 
3,359,691 95 
3,210,116 91 
3,502,390 13 
3,615,548 73 
3,596,464 88 
242,950 48 


$37,599 28 
34,9.59 33 
36,939 32 
49,407 44 

117,818 49 
65,439 47 
49,937 87 
42,088 77 
41,544 93 
15,084 24 
16,358 84 
19,211 59 
97,933 39 
26,151 65 
61,288 04 
32,652 04 
24,718 37 


82,486,605 97 
2,-584,071 67 
2,609,023 23 
2,645,001 13 

2.728.182 17 
2,798,062 28 
2,943,402 48 

2.954.183 62 
2,970,232 82 
2,903,010 36 
3,061,724 84 
3,040,358 82 
3,192,670 31 
3,104,621 10 
3,370,637 71 
3,508,821 90 
3,185,201 51 

61,570 96 




1907 




1908 




1909 




1910 




1911 




1912 . 


$8,431 52 


1913 


8,059 13 


1914 . 


23,108 08 


1915 


42,702 85 


1916 


52,506 85 


1917 


61,308 45 


t 
1918 


69,088 25 


1919 


79,344 16 


1920 

1921 


70,464 38 
74,074 79 


1922 


386,545 00 


1923 


181,379 52 








Total 








*$1, 057.012 98 













*$232,476.92 less than on same date in 1922. 



Table No. II. — Elevator, Motor and Fire Services. 



Elevator services installed 

Elevator services abandoned 

Total number of elevator services in use January 31, 1923 

Fire services installed 

Fire services abandoned 

Total number of fire services in use January 31, 1923. . . . 
Total number of motor ser\Mces in use January 31, 1923. . 
Number of motor ser\-ices metered 



1 
4 

511 

155 

9 

2,123 

96 

20 



Public Works Department. 



197 



Meter Branch. 

Table No. I. — Statement of Work During the Year. 





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934 

494 

27 

59 

29 

90 

32 

13 

9 

7 


341 

184 

28 

18 

15 

8 

7 

3 


3,576 
2,136 

245 
199 
128 
144 
68 
27 
25 
21 
8 


2,736 

1,481 

130 

116 

129 

113 

54 

27 

13 

10 , 

1 
I 


5,152 

3,272 

490 

398 

256 

288 

116 

44 

53 

38 

14 


2,432 

1,941 

236 

162 
95 

136 
61 
22 
20 
14 
2 


215 

190 

11 

16 

1 
7 
3 
2 
2 


314 




279 




31 




17 




58 




12 




5 


Trident 


2 




3 






Worthington 




Herspy detector 






66 


King 


2,334 


55 


634 


2,299 

1 ■ 
499 


3,966 

1 
694 


529 


327 


214 


Hersey compound 


11 


Watch dog 


562 


25 


398 


387 


12 


70 






Totals 


4,590 


684 


7,609 


7,609 


14,782 


6,037 


785 


1,082 





198 



City Document No. 22. 



Table No. II. 

Meters in Service February 1, 1923. 



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Diameter 


IN Inches. 


Totals. 


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1 


1 


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11 


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Waste Prevention Branch. 
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Table No. I. 



Premises examined . . 
Special examinations 

Waste reports 

Re-examinations. . . . 

Found repaired 

Not repaired 



10,392 

278 

1,663 

1,417 

1,019 

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Tank fixtures leaking .")4o 

Faucets leaking i .578 

Pipes inside leaking .• . . I 104 

Pipes outside leaking 124 

Metered premises leaking 355 

Gates leaking 12 

Hydrants leaking ; 6 

Wilful waste 

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City Document No. 22. 



Table No. III. 

Total NuDibcr and Aggregate Length of Service Pipes of Various Sizes 
Connected with System, Januanj SI, 1923. 



Size. 


Total Number. 


Aggregate Length 
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J-inch 


6,915 

85,502 

3,601 

5,473 

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2,215 

12 

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2,627 

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1-inoh 


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48,898 


2-inch 


68,738 


2|-inch 


267 


3-inch 


27,687 


4-inch 


76,161 


6-inch 


23,089 


8-inch 


4,317 


10-inch 


1,668 


12-:nch 


3,558 


16-inch 


448 






Totals 


109,739 


3,133,082 







Table No. IV. 

Hydrant Repairs 1922. 



Cause of Repair.s. 


Number 
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Cost. 


Boxes regulated, reset, repaired and renewed 


469 

283 

13 

25 

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144 

64 

1 

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91 

50,589 


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2,293 79 


Gates defective 


88 94 


Frost 


120 67 


Paint worn off 


1,151 68 


Contractors, corporations, other departments and divisions .... 


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910 67 


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11,265 05 


Salt delivered to Fire Department, sacks — 3,274 


3,697 90 








Totals 


56,659 


$28,347 62 







Public Works Department. 



203 



Table No. V. 

.Maintenance of Main Pipe. 



Nature of Work. 



Box tops renewed 

Cleaning main pipes (by contractors) 

Cleaning main pipes (by department) 

Dead ends blown ofif 

Gates leaking at packin? 

Gates examined, inspected, oiled, salted, tested, etc. 

Gate locations marked 

Gates repaired 

Gate boxes cleaned out 

Gate box covers (44) and frames (7) replaced 

Gate boxes renewed 

Gate boxes raised and lowered 

Leaking joints repaired 

Main pipes located 

Main pipes repaired on account of leaks, etc 

Miscellaneous jobs 

Repairs on bridges (on pipes, boxes, etc) 

Repaying (including contractor s miscellaneous jobs) 

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WATERWORKS STATISTICS — CITY OF BOSTON. 
For the Fiscal Year Ending January 31, 1923. 

Distribution. 
Mains. 
Kind of pipe: Cast iron, wrought iron. 
Sizes: 2-inch to 48-inch. 
Extended, miles, 5.61. 
Sizes, enlarged, miles, 2.67. 
Total miles now in use, 885.71. 
Public hydrants added, 57. 
Public hydrants now in use, 9,886. 
Stop gates added, 122. 
Stop gates now in use, 13,350. 
Stop gates smaller than 4-inch, 31. 
Number of blow-offs, 671. 
Range of pressure on mains, 30 to 90 pounds. 

Services. 
Kind of pipe and size, lead and lead lined: i-inch to 2-inch cast iron. 
2i-inch to 12-inch, wrought iron and cement lined: |-inch to 2-inch. 
Extended, feet, 16,525. 
Total miles now in use, 593,386. 
Service taps added, 727. 
Total service taps now in use, 109,739. 
Stand pipes for street watering, 521. 
Stand pipes for street watering by electric cars, 72. 



214 



City Document No. 22. 



TMe Shovoing Daily Consumjition of Water in the City of Boston, Number of Services, 
Percentage of Services Metered and Decrease in Daily Per Capita Consumption Since 
the Meter Laxo of 1907 Became Effective. 



Year. 


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1908 


94,960 


5,380 


5.7 


643,810 


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153 


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129 


1909 


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12,048 


12.5 


659,110 


94,029,900 


143 


997,700 


119,119,000 


119 


1910 


93,780 


18,467 


19.7 


674.400 


87,340,700 


130 


1,022.230 


112,092,000 


110 


1911 


95,037 


25,200 


20.5 


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85,571,500 


124 


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109,994,000 


105 


1912 


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•34,505 


34.8 


718,900 


90,037,500 


125 


1,086,690 


116,230,000 


107 


1913 


101,100 


41,108 


40.7 


735,098 


79,390,600 


108 


1.104,263 


103,847,000 


94 


1914 


102,449 


48,091 


40.9 


740,830 


81,877,800 


110 


1,134.180 


107,0.36,000 


94 


1915 


103,980 


54,458 


52.3 


745,080 


77,051,800 


114 


1,160,750 


101,941.000 


88 


1916 


10.5,380 


60,129 


57.5 


740,130 


80,358,800 


108 


1,171,220 


106.337.000 


90 


1917 


105,352 


63,071 


59.9 


746,680 


82,073,200 


110 


1,181,240 


110,032,000 


93 


1918 


105,458 


03,187 


59.9 


747,830 


94,634,000 


127 


1,191,380 


129,764,000 


109 


1919 


108,-568 


64,078 


59.0 


747,780 


89,652.400 


120 


1.201,730 


120,593,000 


100 


1920 


108,718 


07,392 


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94,297,400 


125 


1,213,430 


127,265,000 


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1921 


109,012 


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85,009,200 * 


112 


1,239,740 


117,407.000 


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1922. ., .. 


110.120 


75,557 


68.6 


781,790 


85,871,000 


110 


1,266.050 


119,267.000 


94 



* Estimated number of existing services not in use, 17,276. 



HIGH PRESSURE FIRE SERVICE. 

The only pipe laid during the year was 625 linear feet 
of 20-inch pipe in Pearl street, between Milk and Con- 
gress streets, anticipating the permanent paving of 
Pearl street. 

The total mileage of the system is 11.75 miles with 
313 hydrants installed thereon. 

The two pumping stations in operation during the 
year under the control of the Fire Department answered 
every demand and the pipe system has shown no leakage 
or defects during the entire year. 

To anticipate an early start in the spring of 1923 a 
contract for 2 miles of 12-inch and 16-inch pipe, together 
with the necessary specials and gates, was awarded in 
December, calling for delivery completed on April 1, 
1923, and with this stock available pipe laying work can 
start early in April and advantage taken of a full season. 



Public Works Department. 



215 



I922°23. — High Pressure Fire Service. 

Financial Statement for the Year Ending January SI, 1923. 













$1,443,000 00 


Expenditures to January 31, 1922 








$1,343,805 03 
99,045 63 


Expenditures during the year 1922-23: 
Construction : 




S5,473 57 

1,468 65 

162 41 

236 02 

217 24 

20,782- 36 
28,694 76 
38,273 60 


$95,308 61 

1,297 40 
2,439 56 




Yard . 


























$1,845 49 

127 34 

5,534 83 

26 50 

84 80 

394 00 

12,769 40 








Atlantic avenue and Edison alley 




















Pumping Station, No. 1: 


$1,315 78 
27,378 98 












Pumping Station, No. 2: 


$2,065 36 
36,208 24 
























Maintenance: 

Hydrant inspection 




$543 00 
498 28 
256 18 




























Stock 
















Total expended durins 1022-23 
















Total expended to Januarj' 31, 1923 . . 




1,442,850 66 














Unexpended balance January 31,1923, 


8149 34 






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High Pressure Fire System Extension. 



Appropriation of September 19, 1923 . . . . 
Inspection of castings, traveling expeases. 
Unexpended balance January, 31, 1923. . . 



$100,000 00 
1.50 00 



$99,8.50 00 



216 City Document No. 22. 



APPENDIX F. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 



Boston, February 1, 1923. 

To the Honorable the Mayor: 

Sir, — As commissioner for the City of Boston I 
respectfully submit herewith the annual report of the 
Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission for the year 
ending January 31, 1923. 

This commission is composed of two members, one 
appointed by the Mayor of the City of Boston and the 
other by the mayor of the city of Cambridge, under 
provisions of chapter 467, Acts of 1898. 

The commission has charge of the maintenance of the 
following-named bridges connecting Boston and Cam- 
bridge: Anderson, Brookline Street, Cambridge,^ Har- 
vard, Prison Point, River Street and Western Avenue 
to Cambridge. 

As there is no separate appropriation made for the 
City of Boston's portion of the expenses of this com- 
mission, the same is taken from the appropriation for 
the Bridge and Ferry Division, Bridge Service. The 
amount expended during the fiscal year ending Jan- 
uary 31, 1923, was $27,669.10. 

Brookline Street Bridge (over Charles River at 
Cottage Farm). 

This bridge is in a deplorable condition. Some repairs 
are urgently needed to the piling. Patching was done 
on the roadway surface and under plank of same and on 
the sidewalk. 

Harvard Bridge. 

The draw span of this bridge has been sheathed twice 
and considerable repairs made to the under planking. 
The roadway has been nailed repeatedly and under 
plank respiked. In certain places the stringers have 
been broken and have been replaced. Sidewalk repairs 
have been made. 



Public Works Department. 217 

Prison Point Bridge. 

A contract was awarded to the C. (^ R. Construction 
Company for rebuilding the floor of Prison Point Bridge. 
Some stringers, all of the under plank and the top plank 
were renewed and the sheathing entirely replaced. 

River Street Bridge and Western Avenue Bridge 
(over Charles River). 

These bridges were each sheathed once and some 
rotten under plank in each bridge was replaced. 

Of the above bridges Brookline Street Bridge, River 
Street Bridge and Western Avenue Bridge are in de- 
plorable condition and should be rebuilt. 

As a step toward this reconstruction, chapter 497 of 
the Acts of 1921 was passed, providing for the recon- 
struction of these bridges. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph A. Rourke, 
Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



218 



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