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ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1926 



Compliments of 

James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public "^orks 
PLEASE EXCHANGE 



PRINI^ING U]r:!^\RTMENT 
1927 



ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR 1926 






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PRINIING UJrP.'^RTMENT 
1927 



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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 



EEPOET OF THE COMMISSIONER OF 
PUBLIC WORKS. 



Page 

Appropriations 6 

Appropriations, special 7 

Contracts: 

Ashes 31 

Bridge work 22 

Ferry work 24 

Gas, furnishing same 25 

Gas, lighting streets with 

same 25 

Hired teams 21 

Miscellaneous, Sanitary 

Service 30 

Offal 31 

Snow and ice 28 

Water pipes, laying 32 



Water pipes, relaying 

Employees 

Expenditures 

Expenditures, by items, seg- 
regated budget 

Financial statement 

General review 

Maintenance, comparative 
table 

Organization 

Pavements, area of 

Pavements, changes in 

Pavements, length of 

Pavements, miles of 

Revenue 



Paqb 
32 

38 



9 

16 

2 

17 
1 
36 
38 
37 
37 
18 



Part II. — Appendix A. 

Administration expenses, Central Office 



44 



IV 



Contents. 



Appendix B. 



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

(Bridge Service.) 



(Page 45.) 



Appropriations, special 

Appropriations, special sum- 
mary of 

Bridges, work done on: 
Audubon Road Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 

Berkeley Street Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 

Broadway Bridge (over 
Boston & Albany Rail- 
road) 

Charlestown Bridge (over 

Charles river) 

Chelsea Viaduct (over 
Boston & Maine Rail- 
road) 

Congress Street Bridge . . . 

Dover Street Bridge 

Everett Street Bridge 
(over Boston & Albany 

Railroad) 

Maiden Bridge (over Mys- 
tic river) 

Meridian Street Bridge . . . 
Northern Avenue Bridge.. 
Summer Street Bridge 
(over Fort Point Chan- 
nel) 



Page 
58 

58 



46 



46 



46 



47 



47 
47 
48 



49 

49 
49 
49 



50 



Summer Street Bridge 
(over Reserved Chan- 
nel) 

Tremont Street Bridge. . . . 

Warren Bridge (over 
Charles river) 

Granite Avenue Bridge . . . 
Rainsf ord Island Wharf . . . 
Long Island, Northwest 

Wharf 

Deer Island Bulkhead. . . . 

Expenditures 

Expenditures, special appro- 
priations 

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

List of Bridges: 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Division, Bridge 
Service 

In charge of Bridge and 
Ferry Divsion and Park 
and Recreation Depart- 
ment 

In charge of Park and 
Recreation Department, 



Page 

50 
50 



51 
52 
52 

53 
53 

58 

62 

65 

58 



66 

66 
66 



Contents. 



Maintained by Metropoli- 
tan Park Commission.. . 

Maintained by railroad 
corporation 

Maintained by United 
States Government 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 
limits 



Page 



66 



66 



66 



66 



Paqe 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 66 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 66 

Repairs on bridges 60 

Width of bridge openings. . . 67 
Work done 45 



(Febky Service.) 



Appropriations 

Appropriations, amount paid 
from 

Appropriatons, 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 



(Page 54.) 

Page 
70 



70 

73 

78 
72 

73 



74 



79 



Expenditures 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(five years) 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 

Ferryboats 

Financial statements 

Receipts at each ferry 

Receipts, comparison of (five 

years) 

Ticket statement 

Total travel on both ferries 

(six years) 

Work done 



Page 
70 

74 

77 
54 
70 
79 

74 
79 

81 
54 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

General Review. 

(Page 82.) 



VI 



Contents. 



(Lighting Service.) 



(Page 84.) 

Page 



Arc lamps, total cost per 
lamp, per annum 

Defects 

Electric lights, number and 

kind of 

Electric lights, cost of 

Expenditures 

Financial statement 

Gas lamps, number and 

kind of 

Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 



93 

86 

92 
92 

84 
84 

90 

91 



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, 1927 

Outages on street lamps .... 

Rebates 

Repairs 

Revenue 

Work done 



Pagb 

94 

86 
86 



89 
89 



84 
85 



(Paving Service.) 



Granolithic sidewalks (be- 
tween pages 112, 113). 
Highways, Making of (be- 
tween pages 112, 113). 

Paving service (between 
pages 112, 113). 

Reconstructing and re- 
pairing streets by con- 
tract (between pages 
112, 113). 

Street improvements (be- 
tween pages 112, 113). 

Expenditures, objects of . . 



Page 82.) 




Page 




Page 




Expenditures, detail of . . . 


104 




General review 


82 




Macadam streets, mainte- 






nance of 


111 




Permits 


112 




Permits, revenue from 


112 




Snow and ice removed by 






contract 


107 




Street openings 


112 




Work done 


82 




By contract, summary of, 


98 


103 


By day labor, summary of. 


102 



Contents. 



Vll 



Appendix D. 



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

(Sewer Service.) 



(Page 113.) 

Page 



Catch-basins, cleaned by 

contract 147 

Executions of court on ac- 
count of land-takings. . . 169 
Expenditures: 

Maintenance 137 

Maintenance, detail of . . . . 141 
Maintenance, detail of, 

recapitulation of 146 

Sewerage works, detail of, 149 

Sewerage works, loan 136 

Financial statement 

Land-takings, executions of 

court 169 

Miles of sewers, January 1, 

1927 171 



Pumping sewage, average 
cost per million foot gal- 
lons 

Pumping station. Calf Pas- 
ture, work done 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 

Refuse, removing same from 
gate house 

Sewers built, charged to 
sewerage works 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (eleven months) . . . 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (five years) 

Work done 

Work in charge of division . . 



Page 

173 

172 

172 

173 

149 

170 

172 
113 
113 



(Sanitary Service.) 



(Page 

Page 
Appropriations 120 

Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 125 

Districts, map of 128 

Expenditures, items of 122 

Financial statement 120 

Income 120 

Maintenance 120 



118.) 

Materials: 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 
districts 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (five years) 

Collected by districts .... 

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



Page 



123 

124 
124 



127 



VUl 



Contents. 



Page 
Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
126, 127). 

Final disposition of 126 

Garbage removed (five 

years) 124 

Number of loads collected 
from January 1, 1926, 
to December 31, 1926. . 124 



Page 
Offal collected by con- 
tract, number of loads, 125 
Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (five years) 124 

Refuse collected, detail of 
(between pp. 126, 127). 

Revenue 120 

Sanitary districts 128 

Work done 118 

Work done for other services, 121 



(Street Cleaning and Oiling Service.) 
(Page 118.) 

Page 



Expenditures, distribution of, 132 

Expenditm'es, items of 129 

Financial statement 129 

Macadam streets, cost of 

oiling 133 

Snow removed, cost of 132 



Streets: 

Cleaned, total cost of (be- 
tween pages 132, 133). 

Swept by machines (be- 
tween pages 132, 133). 

Treated with oil, cost of . . 

Work done 



Page 



132 
118 



Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF THE 
WATER DIVISION. 

(Water Service.) 



(Page 174.) 

Page 

Construction, cost of 181 

Elevators 182 

Expenditures 177 

Expenditures, detail of 178 

Expenditures, comparison of 

(between pages 180 and 

181). 



Financial statement 

Hydrants, total number of, 
December 31, 1926 

Hydrants, total number and 
kind of, established and 
abandoned 



Page 
177 

186 



186 



Hydrant repairs 188 



Contents. 



IX 



Income branch 

Main pipe, cost of extension, 

Main pipe, cost of replace- 
ment 

Main pipe, cost of reloca- 
tion 

Meter branch 

Meter repairs 



Page 

182 

188 

199 

200 
183 
183 



Meters : 

Applied 183 

Changed 183 

Condemned 183 

In service December 31, 

1926 184 

Installed 183 



Page 

On hand December 31, 

1926 184 

Repaired 183 

Set 183 

Receipts, comparison of ... . 182 

Revenue 181 



Service pipes: 

Maintenance of 


180 


Repairs, cost of 


180 


Total number of lengths 
of 


187 


Water : 

Debt 


181 


Water pipes, total length of. 
Work done 


185 
174 


Work done, detail of 


174 



(High Pressure Fire Service.) 
(Page 201.) 

Page 



Expenditures 201 



Financial statement . 



Page 
201 



Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 



(Page 202.) 

Page 



Bridges in charge of com- 
mission 202 

Draw openings 205 

Bridge repairs, etc 205 



Page 



Drawtenders' report, open- 
ings 206 

Expenditures 204 

Work done 202 



[Document 25—1927. 




ANNUAL REPORT 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1926. 



Boston, January 1, 1927. 

Hon. Malcolm E. Nichols, 
Mayor of Boston, 
Dear Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordi- 
nances, the annual report of the operations and expenses 
of the Public Works Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1926, is respectfully submitted. The 
Public Works Department, created by Ordinances 1910, 
chapter 9, now chapter 27 of the Revised Ordinances of 
1925, 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. 25. 

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 
commission of two, one member appointed by the 
Mayor of Boston and the other by the Mayor of Cam- 
bridge, under the provisions of chapter 412 of the Acts 
of 1904; but because of the fact that the present Com- 
missioner of Public Works is the Boston member of this 
commission and also because one half of the expense of 
this commission is defrayed by the Bridge Service, it is 
in this report treated as a division of this department. 

Highway Division. — This division, under a division 
engineer, has the care of the construction, reconstruc- 
tion and maintenance of roadways and sidewalks, and 
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 and 
removal of ashes, garbage and 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. 

General. 

Bridge and Ferry Division. — The bridge over the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad tracks at 
Massachusetts avenue was rebuilt of steel, with con- 
crete floor slab and granite block paving. 

The widening of the Tremont Street Bridge over the 
tracks of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road at Arlington square, as part of the general widening 
of Tremont street, was completed. This work com- 
prised steel girders with steel and concrete floor and 
granite block paving. 

Plans were prepared and a decree obtained from the 
Department of Public Utilities for the rebuilding of 
Broadway Bridge over the tracks of the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Early next year 



Public Works Department, 3 

bids will be received for the construction of a steel 
bridge with concrete floor and granite block paving. 

A decree has been obtained from the Public Utilities 
Commission as to the necessity of rebuilding the bridge 
over the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
tracks at West Newton street. Plans have been pre- 
pared for a bridge of steel with concrete floor and 
granite block paving, and bids will be received before 
the end of the year. 

A number of bridges were painted during the year, 
the largest job being Charlestown Bridge. Maintenance 
repairs were made on bridges, and considerable work 
was done on the draw foundations of Warren Bridge. 

The department has continued the policy of removing 
the planking on bridges and substituting surfaces of 
more durable character, such as wood block paving, 
thereby reducing maintenance costs. 

Two steel ferryboats, built by the Bethlehem Ship- 
building Corporation, have been put into service. 
These boats, of stouter construction and with more 
powerful engines than the older boats, have four drive- 
ways for vehicles and are equipped with 1,500-gallon 
pumps for use as auxiliary fireboats. 

A new ferry bridge was built on the Boston side of 
the North Ferry. This structure is of the new type, 
electrically operated, with gallows frame and a roadway 
wide enough to accommodate two vehicles abreast. 
Loading and unloading the boats will be greatly expe- 
dited by this installation. 

Water Division. — Water pipe laying, in response to 
petitions, in the continued development of areas in 
Brighton, West Roxbury and Dorchester amounted to 
approximately 10.2 miles. To improve the fire protec- 
tion in some of the congested areas, smaller pipe to the 
extent of 7,300 linear feet were replaced with 8 and 
12 inch sizes. Building conditions have kept pace with 
last year's activities, more than 2,000 service pipe 
applications having been received. 

The metering of the city is practically completed, 
and during the year 1,184 meters w^ere set on old services 
and 1,583 on new services. 

The contract for extending through Commonwealth 
avenue, the Public Garden and Boston Common the 
48-inch water main which ended at Massachusetts and 
Commonwealth avenues was completed in May, and 



4 City Document No. 25. 

the resultant improvement in increased and constant 
pressure on the low service system has justified the 
necessity of this extension. 

Another necessary improvement started during the 
year was the construction of a 48-inch low service 
water main in Charles street, Columbus avenue and 
Arlington street, connecting the 40-inch main in Beacon 
street and the new 48-inch main through the Public 
Garden with the two 30-inch mains in Tremont street. 
This 48-inch main is to be carried under the tracks of 
the Boston & Albany and New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroads in a tunnel to be built 40 feet below 
the tracks. The work started in October will be 
completed in the early part of next year. 

The construction of the so-called Southern Artery will 
make necessary certain changes in the water distribu- 
tion system, and will require the laying of about 2,800 
feet of 16-inch and 3,000 feet of 24-inch pipe. 

A secondary high service main which is badly needed 
to improve water pressure conditions in the higher 
sections such as Elm Hill, etc., will probably be started 
during the coming summer, provided the Metropolitan 
District Commission completes the laying of their 
48-inch supply main from Chestnut Hill pumping station 
through Brookline to the Boston line in West Roxbury. 
From this point the city will continue the main through 
Jamaica Plain and Franklin Park and connect with the 
present 36-inch high service main in Geneva avenue. 
This construction is urgent and as soon as possible 
after completion of the state work it will be started. 

The extra high service area of West Roxbury, supplied 
from Mt. Bellevue tank, is to be reinforced by the 
laying of 5,000 feet of 16-inch pipe in West Roxbury 
Parkway, which is now nearing completion. 

An important development by the Metropolitan 
District Commission of the continuance of the Charles 
River Reservation, between Cambridge street and Bay 
State road, and for which the money has been ap- 
propriated by the Legislature, will call for the laying 
of 5,000 linear feet of 16-inch main pipe, undoubtedly 
during the latter part of next summer. 

Sewer Division. — In the Sewer Service 14.58 miles 
of sewers and surface drains and 326 catch-basins were 
built during the year. 

Most of the sewerage works built from the Sewerage 



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Public Works Department. 5 

Works loan were on petitions of abutters. The most 
important work built was in Liberty square and Park- 
man street, city proper; a section of 17 feet by 13 feet 
9 inches concrete Stony brook conduit in Brookstone 
street; the 3-foot 3-inch circular concrete conduit for 
Goldsmith brook and the removal of 9,500 cubic yards 
of material from 6,800 feet of the open channel of 
Canterbury branch of Stony brook, West Roxbury. 

At the Calf Pasture pumping station the steam 
turbines on No. 1 and No. 2 pumps were replaced by 
four Westinghouse electric motors of 275 horse power 
each. Three of the boilers were equipped with Petro 
mechanical atomizing oil burners. 

Sanitary Division. — The equipment of the Sanitary 
Service has been very substantially increased by the 
addition of four Springfield pick-up sweepers, 60 large 
7-ton trucks, 50 snow plows, 3 snow loaders, 3 tractors 
and plows and 1 Sargent plow. 

This addition to our motor equipment has aided 
very materially in the removal of snow in the down- 
town districts and the opening of the streets throughout 
the city. At no time in previous years have our streets 
been so quickly opened to traffic and the snow removed 
as during the past year. 

In addition, the efficiency reflected in the handling of 
snow has been noticeable in the collection of ashes and 
garbage, due to the new trucks, tractors, etc. 

Six pressure flushers were furnished by contract for 
flushing the streets during the year. This method of 
flushing is of great assistance to the Street Cleaning 
Service, keeping the street surfaces clean and sanitary. 

The lack of care on the part of citizens to observe the 
city ordinances, thereby littering the streets with paper 
and rubbish, is the cause of much expense to the Street 
Cleaning Service. These ordinances were framed for 
the purpose of assisting this department, but no great 
move has been made in their enforcement. 

The disposal of ashes and garbage is becoming of 
vital importance, not only in the suburban districts 
where we have contract disposal, but also in the city 
proper where the contract with the Coleman Disposal 
Company has five years to run. 

Considerable agitation is under way relative to the 
Fort Hill Wharf, the city disposal plant in Atlantic 
avenue. The erection of modern structures for office 



6 City Document No. 25. 

and industrial purposes contiguous to this station may, 
for sanitary reasons, demand a relocation where the 
disposal activities would be less objectionable. 

Highway Division. — During the year 28 streets were 
laid out by the Board of Street Commissioners under 
chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906 and also special acts under 
which authority the following were completed: Cam- 
bridge street, from Charles to Brattle streets; Tremont 
street, from Stuart street to Arlington square, and Morton 
street, from Morton road to Canterbury street, and 
considerable progress made with Dock square and 
Kneeland street improvements. 

The appropriation for the repair and reconstruction 
of streets provided for the repairing of the following 
streets in the down-town business section: Franklin, 
Devonshire, Otis, High and Purchase streets. In the 
Roxbury district: Huntington avenue, from the Fen- 
way to the Brookline line; Washington street, from 
Northampton to Williams streets; Warren street, from 
Dale to Quincy streets, and a contract awarded to relay 
in Harrison avenue, from Northampton to Warren 
streets; in the Dorchester district portions of Adams 
street. Blue Hill avenue and Boston street. 

Street Lighting Service. — The requests for white way 
lighting from the local improvement societies in about all 
sections of the city are quite numerous but, as the instal- 
lation of white way lighting runs into money, it will be 
necessary to provide additional funds if any more 
extensions are made. 

The most extensive white way installation this year 
was on Massachusetts avenue, between Columbus 
avenue and Harvard Bridge, comprising fifty-one 1,500 
candle power incandescent lamps. 

The following table shows the number of lamps of 
various types in use on January 1, 1927: 

9,817 Single mantle gas lamps. 

145 Fire alarm gas lamps. 
5,978 Magnetite series. 
5,226 Tungsten incandescent. 

Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the maintenance work of the 
Public Works Department during the year 1926, was 
derived from the income of the city raised by taxation. 
In December, 1925, the department estimates were sub- 



Public Works Department. 7 

mitted to the Mayor. The estimates were made in 
segregated form to the Mayor, who made such allowance 
for each item in the budget as he considered necessary 
and submitted them to the City Council. The total 
maintenance appropriations as passed by the City 
Council and approved by the Mayor are shown below. 
On another page will be found the total expenditures by 
each service for each item in the segregated budget : 



Central Office 
Bridge Service 
Ferry Service . 
Lighting Service 
Paving Ser\dce 
Sanitary Service 
Sewer Service 
Water Service 

Total 



$92,360 72 

470,577 14 

523,021 57 

928,584 70 

1,968,699 92 

3,129,825 53 

712,784 62 

1,538,305 83 

^9,374,160 03 



Yours respectfully, 

J. H. Sullivan, 
Commissioner of Public Works. 



City Document No. 25. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January I, 1926, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



A. Personal Service as per Schedule A: 

1. Permanent employees 

2. Temporary employees 

3. Unassigned 

B. Service Other Than Personal: 

1. Printing and binding 

3. Advertising and posting 

4. Transportation of persons 

5. Cartage and freight 

6. Hire of teams and auto trucks 

8. Light, heat and power 

10. Rent, taxes and water 

12. Bond and insurance premiums 

13. Communication 

14. Motor vehicle repairs and care 

15. Motor less vehicle repairs 

16. Care of animals 

18. Cleaning 

19. Removal of ashes, dirt and garbage. 

20. Disposal of ashes, dirt and garbage. . 

21. Removal of snow 

28. Expert 

35. Fees, service of venires, etc 

37. Photographic and blueprinting 

39. General plant 

42 . Repairing streets 

C. Equipment: 

2. Machinery 

3. Electrical 

4. Motor vehicles 

5. Motor less vehicles 

6. Stable 

7. Furniture and fittings 

9. Office 

11. Marine 

13. Tools and instruments 



$82,127 57 



518 80 



112 19 



5 00 

8 00 

32 01 



841 29 
15 00 



128 25 



2,105 07 



87 08 



$336,408 12 

16,919 46 

5,651 12 



644 67 

15 03 

34 50 

9,483 51 

320 86 



294 72 
2,237 71 



15 00 



70 00 



31,882 27 



3,336 56 



39 11 
400 00 



$317,025 26 

21,638 26 

7,137 93 

505 50 

53 20 

108 19 

283 44 

4,034 25 

9,249 41 

459 34 

94 00 

270 02 



191 50 



36 00 



100 00 

53 00 

56 50 

57,837 05 



42 30 

129 75 

333 85 

3,106 75 



Public Works Department. 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to December 31, 1926. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 


$6,909 70 


$1,043,628 47 

108,205 94 

84,491 95 


$1,604,583 70 

83,148 22 

129,720 49 

550 00 

80 25 

243 40 

12 57 

139,184 36 

4,819 08 

1,972 50 

3 00 

1,-570 33 

18,658 78 

17,156 67 

7.918 65 

266 85 

422,466 55 

356,339 85 


$399,359 40 

4,451 82 

18.370 82 

151 20 

25 00 

1,514 98 

7 62 

722 00 

31,701 03 

844 56 


$891,929 74 

5,161 32 

34,560 43 

39 25 

74 25 

8.190 27 

61 29 

245 71 

5,064 08 

569 75 

50 00 

2.064 37 

9,415 45 

109 40 

562 10 

47 70 


$4,681,971 96 
239,525 02 




279,932 74 




1,764 75 




88 15 

1,418 57 

13 89 

65,780 35 

1,757 07 

2,822 00 

12 00 

2,004 60 

12,681 19 

1.071 65 

4,526 90 

178 20 


320 85 


26 10 


12,258 37 
393 84 




210,001 17 


915,124 05 


977,198 43 
6,989 01 




164 00 




786 44 

2,370 94 

42 85 

124 32 

88,664 95 


6,998 48 


142 81 


45,538 89 
18,572 07 




13,131 97 




89,208 70 




422,466 55 




51 25 
403,856 37 


212 75 


128 50 


356,732 35 




403,856 37 






204 00 
293 50 


391 80 
1.178 70 


1,537 09 


10 00 


964 00 

26 50 

11,742 19 

12,941 94 

69 50 


1,093 00 

24 00 

9,764 03 


3,677 20 
107 00 


1,688 44 


18.427 97 
1,362 09 


63.135 83 
64,112 08 


194,606 03 
78,416 11 






69 50 








10 56 
24,122 27 


10 56 


101 38 


36,192 62 


53,236 43 

657 00 

1,476 85 

106 25 


9.857 95 


128,952 28 
657 00 




845 51 
58 50 


84 30 


80 10 

269 45 

98 25 


2,486 76 




515 61 






715 08 










333 85 




22,334 75 


6,795 15 


1.015 01 


60,610 45 


97,976^78 







10 



City Document No. 25. 



Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January I, 1926, 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 


C. 


Equipment: 










16. Wearing apparel 






$112 50 




17. General plant 




$1,426 51 

2,260 81 

84 64 

4,901 87 




D. 


Supplies: 

1. Office 


$2,977 22 


1,350 05 






65 10 




3. Fuel 




66,828 14 






















8. Laundry, cleaning, toilet 


1 84 
49 73 


155 75 

1,608 65 

21 

1,246 00 

356 23 


412 81 




11. Motor vehicle 






13. Chemicals and disinfectants 


202 70 


• 


16. General plant 




3,883 51 


E. 


Materials: 

1 . Btiilding 




125 80 




2. Highway 








3. Bridges 




34,192 54 










10.,324 64 




5. Sewer 










6. Water 










9 . Machinery 




253 43 

1,40,5 20 

24 47 






10. Electrical 




1,284 14 










F. 


Special Items: 








7. Pensions and annuities 




4,703 53 
60 00 


8,462 13 




11. Workingmen's compensation 




521 43 












Totals . . . 


$89,009 05 


$464,547 15 


$516,316 65 









Public Works Department. 



11 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 
to December 31, 1926. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Totals. 






$3,825 00 

133 01 

1,662 00 

3,911 65 

5,514 78 

4,280 44 

84,589 77 


$325 00 

749 68 

3,194 11 

2,082 32 

454 25 

60,416 31 

985 30 

9 39 

240 67 

3,630 36 

328 30 

3,598 44 

2,079 28 




$4,150 00 




$28 84 
1,076 82 

7,353 60 

1,145 48 

13,527 43 

11,213 22 


$430 80 
351 07 

10,073 98 

68 32 

1,720 44 

3,190 75 


1,454 83 


$3,058 50 
143 02 


10,769 01 

30,152 65 
7.332 57 




151,672 63 




99.979 04 




9 39 




136 90 

16,929 91 

106 42 

3,974 23 

2,015 51 
164,036 04 


63 90 

18,100 00 

230 17 

1,347 17 

392 18 
28,403 67 


155 10 

10,111 37 

45 54 

5,294 60 

268 51 


1,166 97 


125 94 


50,555 96 
913 34 




19,343 95 




5,237 51 




192,439 71 








34,192 54 












10,324 64 








13,414 46 




13,414 46 








272,911 04 


272,911 04 










253 43 




195 00 
18,571 42 


197 04 
43,511 05 


539 63 
9,639 54 


935 27 
2,913 81 

9,366 19 
16,630 24 
4,657 45 


4,556 28 




74,660 29 




9,366 19 




20,097 27 
4,536 80 


18,.566 79 
18,885 26 


5,317 62 
1,276 28 


73,777 58 




29,937 22 






$927,329 94 


$2,089,589 45 


$3,095,461 84 


$688,876 44 


$1,511,407 58 


$9,382,538 10 



12 



City Document No. 25. 



Personnel Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January 1, 1926, 



Group and Item. 


Central. 


Bridge. 


Ferry. 




$9,000 00 








$3,750 00 


$1,250 00 






Clerks and stenographers 


61,681 47 


3,709 71 


1.459 83 








4,453 49 
1,669 33 
5,200 00 








5,409 78 


455 00 


Cement testers 




Chief inspectors 




















2.100 00 










Coal passers 














28,761 50 








39,177 76 






230,962 84 

7.075 04 

16,510 48 










Engineers, assistants, civil 




27,877 50 








Electricians 




1,909 30 


l',909 30 






















3,159 69 






2,200 00 
5,568 00 










Gatemen (ferry) 




25,090 22 






5,679 71 

455 36 

2,455 49 


















123 28 




Joiners 




2,000 00 


Laborers, janitors, teamsters, watchman, stablemen, 




18,082 85 
29,289 57 


28,592 04 


etc. 




29,459 25 

























Public Works Department. 



13 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget, 
to December 31, 1926. 



Lighting. 



Paving. 



Sanitary. 



Sewer. 



Water. 



Total. 



$1,250 00 



3,859 70 



1,800 00 



$3,749 94 

466 14 

34,033 54 



9,841 76 



1,238 56 
50 22 



2,119 48 



1,469 19 

7^337 52 

18,658 75 



$3,750 00 
5,059 42 



$1,250 00 
2,000 00 
7,445 00 



47,221 21 



2,344 83 



1,533 50 

3,000 00 

24,000 00 

33,734 49 



7,975 39 

632 05 

49,063 36 

1,668 37 



620,854 09 
200,903 54 



9,330 00 



7,610 00 



5,651 27 

7,975 14 

12,252 52 

3,818 60 



13,801 50 
46,600 00 



138,806 14 



1,242,049 76 
78,869 02 



1,906 67 
5.682 96 



14,685 13 

1,369 14 

43,466 54 



133,099 05 
41,258 25 



$5,000 00 



85,252 43 
1,300 00 



21,277 50 



2,100 00 



350 00 
3,141 06 



4,200 00 

16,103 13 

1,721 50 



30,223 07 



26,838 36 
1,859 34 



10,106 67 



61,446 15 



247,724 65 

294,711 54 

3,465 00 

48,691 77 



$9,000 00 

19,999 94 

2,466 14 

202,501 10 

1,300 00 

4,453 49 

95,204 58 

5,200 00 

3,338 56 

50 22 

2,450 00 

7,605 37 

7,610 00 

28,761 50 

39,177 76 

230,962 84 

18,395 50 

75,803 77 

32,632 77 

7,637 20 

30,223 07 

15,335 00 

8,066 36 

105,321 32 

41,161 83 

25,090 22 

38,446 90 

2,456 55 

297,037 68 

1,791 65 

2,000 00 

2,290,402 44 

674,491 17 

3,465 00 

48,691 77 



14 



City Document No. 25. 



Personnel Expenditures Under the Maintenance Appropriation of the 

From January 1, 1926, 



Group and Item. 



Central. 



Bridge. 



Ferry. 



Medical inspectors 

Oilers and firemen 

Quartermasters 

Sealers 

Sewer gatemen, cleaners, etc. 

Supervisors 

Supervisor, deputy 

Storekeepers 

Stockkeepers 

Superintendent and deputy . . 

Telephone operators 

Tollmen 

Veterinarian 

Wharfingers 

Weighers 

Yardmasters 

Yardmen 



$191 66 



$91 67 
80,007 00 
22,416 75 



3,158 33 



1,600 00 



21,617 75 



Permanent. 
Temporary. 
Unassigned. 



$82,127 57 



$336,408 12 

16,919 46 

5,651 12 



$317,025 26 

21,638 26 

7,137 93 



Totals. 



$82,127 57 



$358,978 70 



$345,801 45 



Public Works Department. 



15 



Several Services by Items of the Segregated Budget. — Concluded. 
to December 31, 1926. 



Lighting. 


Paving. 


Sanitary. 


Sewer. 


Water. 


Total. 




$400 00 
7,440 00 


$2,091 69 


$100 00 
61,947 00 


$600 00 
2,866 88 


$3,475 02 




152,260 88 






22,416 75 










4,695 00 


4,695 00 








32,015 00 


32,015 00 




2,659 64 


4,000 00 
3,500 00 
1,600 00 


1,496 04 


11,314 01 






3,500 00 








1,900 00 


3,500 00 








1,600 00 




2,500 01 




3,300 00 


6,762 31 
1,240 57 


12,562 32 




1,355 87 


2,596 44 








21,617 75 




500 00 


2,250 00 
4,965 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
3,119 26 


125 00 


125 00 


3,000 00 




4,965 00 




1,559 63 






3,159 63 






1,800 00 
4,931 77 


3,400 00 




6,239 30 


3,072 13 


17,362 46 






$6,909 70 


$1,043,628 47 

108,205 94 

84,491 95 


$1,604,583 70 

83,148 22 

129,720 49 


$399,359 40 

4,451 82 

18,370 82 


$891,929 74 

5,161 32 

34,560 43 


$4,681,971 96 
239,525 02 




279,932 74 






$6,909 70 


$1,236,326 36 


$1,817,452 41 


$422,182 04 


$931,651 49 


$5,201,429 72 



16 



City Document No. 25. 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for the 
different services for the year 1926 were as follows: 



Divisions and Services. 



Current 
Expenses. 



Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 



Total 
Expenditures. 



Balance 
December 
31, 1926. 



Central Office. . . 
Bridge Service. . 
Ferry Service. . . 
Lighting Service 
Paving Service. . 
Sanitary Service 
Sewer Service. . . 
Water Service. . . 

Totals 



S89,009 05 

464,547 15 

516,316 65 

927,329 94 

2,089,589 45 

3,095,461 84 

688,876 44 

1,511,407 58 



$203,116 39 
712,020 25 



1,487,136 65 
291,960 60 
966,480 73 
490,222 61 



$89,009 05 
667,663 54 
1,228,336 90 
927,329 94 
3,576,726 10 
3,387,422 44 
1,655,357 17 
2,001,630 19 



$260,881 25 
1 368,044 01 



448,902 37 

44,794 84 

1,053,602 30 

3 466,637 95 



$9,382,538 10 



$4,150,937 23 



$13,533,475 33 



$2,642,862 72 



1 Authorized, but not issued, $250,000. 

2 Authorized, but not issued, $650,000. 
» Authorized, but not issued, $200,000. 



Public Works Department. 



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Revenues, 1926. 

On Account of the Public Works Department, as per Auditor's 

Statement. 
Bridge Service: 



Labor and material 
Maintenance Chelsea Bridge 

Rent 

Refund subscription . 
Sale of row boat . 
Charlestown Bridge rents . 
Chelsea Bridge South from city 
of Revere 



$1,251 24 

28,064 94 

200 00 

6 67 

5 00 

3,625 00 

19,479 69 









$52,632 54 


Ferry Service : 






Tolls 


$74,416 12 




Headhouse privileges . 


300 00 




Rent 


623 04 




Commission on telephones 


101 50 




Cleaning telephone booths 


48 00 




Free use of ferries July 4th 


1 00 




Sale of junk .... 


12 00 


75,501 66 






Lighting Service : 






Lighting Boston and Cambridge 


Ik 




Bridges .... 


$1,746 78 




Damage to posts . 


747 50 








2,494 28 


Paving Service : 






Inspectors' services 


$1,722 00 




Labor and materials furnished 


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etc 


5,524 67 




Assessments laying sidewalks 


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25,407 33 




Permits 


33,132 34 




Sale of material . 


5,320 07 




Labor and materials (chapte 


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dinances of 1925) 


3,208 50 




Use of roller . 




125 00 




Artificial sidewalk 




1,161 81 




Sale of concrete mixer 




90 00 




Sale of gasolene, etc. . 




50 77 




Damage to automobile 




85 48 




Damage to truck 




175 00 




Damage to buggy 




75 00 





Carried forward 



$76,077 97 $130,628 48 



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Brought forward 


. $76,077 97 


$130,628 48 


Damage to sidewalk 


100 00 




Repairing signs . 


18 50 




Rent 


290 00 


76,486 47 






Sanitary Service: 






Collection of commercial waste 


$101,141 10 




Sale of manure 


1,803 99 




Sale of old material 


10 50 




Oiling private way 


30 00 




Rents, Fort Hill Wharf 


788 62 




Sale of junk .... 


70 00 




Sale of buggies 


11 00 




Sale of wagons 


15 00 




Overpayment of bill 


75 00 


103,945 21 






Sewer Service : 






From state pumping sewage 


$10,300 00 




Entrance fees 


12,745 24 




Labor and material furnished 


1,483 91 




Sale of material . 


590 55 




Sale of hay .... 


19 00 




Sale of junk .... 


85 00 




Sale of pump 


52 50 




Damage to automobile 


25 00 




Repairing automobile 


9 02 




Refund subscription . 


67 




Privilege of erecting building 


350 00 




Inspectors' services 


62 46 




Rent 


260 00 




Separate Systems of Drainage: 


$25,983 35 




Assessments . $3,421 34 


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Interest on ditto . 408 7h 


3,830 12 








Sewerage Works: 






Assessments . . $55,214 7i 


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Interest on ditto . 9,781 2^ 


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Refund on easement 100 0( 


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Service of inspector 2,803 8^ 


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- 69,724 10 












99,537 57 






Water Service: 






Water rates due for 1926 anc 


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$3,790,408 27 




Service pipes for new takers, etc 


. 121,289 74 




Labor and materials . 


13,639 58 




Carried forward 


$3,925,437 59 


$410,597 73 



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Brought forward 


$3,925,437 59 $410,597 73 


Elevator and fire pipe connec 


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tions 


54,750 11 


Sale of materials . 


3,599 73 


Fees on overdue rates 


6,152 18 


Shutting off and letting on watei 


r 1,028 00 


Interest on deposits . 


2,628 01 


Testing meters 


302 00 


Relocating hydrants . 


955 16 


Damage to hydrants . 


862 87 


Removing hydrants 


69 24 


Relocating pipes . 


2,469 38 


Installing pipes . 


218 65 


Repairs to pipes, gates, etc. 


533 60 


Thawing pipes 


31 12 


Entrance to main pipe 


125 00 


Pickholes .... 


167 77 


Use of compressor 


75 45 


Water in trench . 


9 52 


Refund on bill 


28 00 


Damage to automobile 


48 27 


Rebate on automobile registra 


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2 50 


Sale of gasolene . 


5 04 


Rents 


200 00 


Board of horse 


462 00 


Furnishing water 


1 65 


Accrued interest on loans nego 


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833 33 




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City Document No. 25. 



The following changes were made in pavement during 
the year: 



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le or 991 square yards sheet asphalt changed to bitulithic. 

le or 393 square yards sheet asphalt changed to granite block. 

le or 4,982 square yards asphalt concrete changed to bitulithic. 

le or 176 square yards bitulithic changed to Simasco. 

le or 791 square yards bitulithic changed to granite block. 

le or 80 square yards Topeka changed to sheet asphalt. 

le or 270 square yards Topeka changed to bitulithic. 

le or 256 square yards Topeka changed to granite block. 

le or 104 square yards Topeka changed to concrete. 

le or 278 square yards Topeka changed to macadam. 

le or 1,549 square yards granite block changed to sheet asphalt. 

le or 93 square yards granite block changed to asphalt concrete. 

le or 19,523 square yards granite block changed to bitulithic. 

le or 320 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 

le or 5 square yards granite block changed to concrete. 

le or 288 square yards granite block changed to macadam. 

le or 9,415 square yards wood block changed to sheet asphalt. 

le or 2,812 square yards wood block changed to bitulithic. 

le or 1,495 square yards wood block changed to granite block. 

le or 215 square yards plank on bridges changed to Carey Elastite 

le or 584 square yards plank on bridges changed to wood block. 

le or 652 square yards plank on bridges changed to concrete. 

le or 41 square yards brick changed to bitulithic. 

le or 1,071 square yards brick changed to granite block. 

le or 3,991 square yards macadam changed to sheet asphalt. 

le or 705 square yards macadam changed to asphalt concrete. 

les or 73,277 square yards macadam changed to bitulithic. 

le or 1,580 square yards macadam changed to Simasco. 

le or 14,753 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

le or 478 square yards macadam changed to gravel. 

les or 26,085 square yards gravel changed to bitulithic. 

le or 329 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

le or 3,783 square yards gravel changed to concrete. 

le or 12,826 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

le or 17,678 square yards not graded changed to bitulithic. 

le or 9,334 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 

le or 1,427 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 



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



Requisitions made on the Civil Service Commission 
Number of men called .... 
Number of men certified .... 
Number of men appointed 
Provisional appointments made permanent 

Promotions allowed 

Reinstatements allowed .... 
Number of men resigned .... 



33 

120 

213 

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30 
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28 



* Eight on eligible list January 1, 1926. 



Public Works Department. 



39 



Number of men died 49 

Number retired under the Veterans' Retirement Act, 1 

Number retired under the Boston Retirement Act . 72 

Number of transfers to other departments ... 12 

Number of transfers from other departments . . 22 

Number of men discharged 8 

The records of the department show that there are 
now 3,151 persons eligible for employment in the several 
divisions and of that number 3,063 were upon the 
January, 1927, pay rolls. 



Grade and Number of Employees. 





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96 




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77 


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434 


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30 














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46 


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336 


661 


446 


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Number of Employees Actually Employed January 1, 1926, and 
January 1, 1927. 



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January 1, 1927 

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328 



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433 



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536 



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178 


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650 


337 


470 


549 


46 


198 


185 


3 


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661 


336 


446 


539 



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3,151 



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PART II. 

APPENDICES. 



44 



City Document No.^'25. 



APPENDIX A. 



Central Office. 






Appropriation 




. $92,360 72 


Transfers 




3,351 67 




$89,009 05 


Expenditures from January 1, 1926, to December 


31, 1926 


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89,009 05 


Expenditures. 






Salary, Commissioner 




$9,000 00 


Salaries of clerks, stenographers, etc. 




71,459 00 


Automobile expenses: 






Wages of chauffeur 


$1,668 57 


Reo sedan 


1,870 00 


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29 96 


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85 07 


Supplies 


201 78 


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Stationery 






640 23 


Postage 






415 63 


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Travel expenses .... 






56 44 


Typewriter 






87 08 


Inspection and repairs of typewriters, 


etc. 




125 25 


Directories 






52 50 


Books, papers and office supplies . 






174 97 


Premium on bonds .... 






5 00 


Sundries 






55 75 


Expenses of expert .... 






841 29 






$89,009 05 



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Public Works Department. 45 



APPENDIX B. 



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



Boston, January 1, 1927. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the following 
report of the income, expenditures and operation of the 
Bridge and Ferry Division for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1926. The expenditures of the division in the 
regular maintenance appropriations of the department 
were $980,863.80. Under a number of special appro- 
priations $915,136.64 was expended, making the total 
expenditures for the year $1,896,000.44. 

The more important works undertaken during the 
past year in the Bridge Service were the Deer Island 
bulkhead for the protection of buildings on the island; 
the reconstruction of Massachusetts Avenue Bridge, 
over the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
which greatly improves traffic conditions at this bridge 
and the widening of Tremont Street Bridge, over the 
Boston & Albany Railroad at Arlington square. 

In the Ferry Service two new steel ferryboats were 
built and placed in service and a new electrically operated 
ferry bridge, with its foundations, was installed at the 
North Ferry, Boston. 

As mentioned in the reports for some years past, 
Congress Street Bridge is in very bad condition and 
should be rebuilt at once. This will be a costly work 
and the Legislature by chapter 157 of the Acts of 1926 
authorized the borrowing of $800,000 outside the debt 
limit and this act has been accepted by the city. 

The pile approaches to the draw span of Chelsea 
Bridge, over the North Channel of the Mystic river, are 
in bad condition and should be rebuilt of steel with 
masonry piers. This reconstruction will cost approxi- 
mately $1,500,000 and should be undertaken as soon as 
funds can be made available. 



46 City Document No. 25. 

Both Columbus Avenue Bridge and Shawmut Avenue 
Bridge, over the Boston & Albany Railroad, are in 
bad condition and should be rebuilt, Columbus Avenue 
Bridge being in particularly bad condition. 

Audubon Road Bridge, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

This bridge was repaired for the Park Department, 
under the supervision of this division. 

The steel work was cleaned, repaired and painted by 
the Boston Transit Department forces. 

A complete new wooden floor was furnished and laid 
by James V. Grande, under a contract dated May 8, 
1926. This part of the work cost $6,310.87 and was 
completed August 21, 1926. 

Berkeley Street Bridge, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

The steel work of this bridge was repaired by Grossier 
& Schlager Iron Works, under a contract approved 
November 24, 1926. The contract was completed 
December 21, 1926, at a cost of $985. 

Three sidewalk beams were removed and replaced 
with new ones and the bottom plate of the westerly 
girder removed and replaced with a new one. Some 
reinforcing steel was placed on outstanding legs of 
stiffener angles as required. 

Broadway Bridge, over the Boston & Albany Railroad. 

On May 13, 1926, a contract was awarded to the 
Snow Iron Works for the renewal of the truss railings 
on this bridge. The new railings were treated with the 
Parkerizing process, which is expected to prolong their 
life considerably. This work was finished September 
29, 1926, the contract price being $685. 

The metal work of the bridge was cleaned and painted, 
under a contract with the Beaver Construction Com- 
pany, approved May 24, 1926. The sand blast method 
was used for cleaning the metal work. 

A priming coat of red lead and linseed oil was used, 
followed by two coats of blue lead and oil. The city 
supplied the paint and the contractor, men and materials 
for its application. 

The contract price was $2,300, exclusive of the cost 
of paint. This work was completed July 28, 1926. 



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Public Works Department. 47 

Charlestown Bridge, over Charles River. 

The Steves Lacios Company of New York cleaned and 
painted the entire metal work of this bridge. The clean- 
ing was done by the sand blast method and by hand; 
the painting was done by spraying and by hand. 

The city furnished the paint for the work, the primary 
coat consisting of red lead and linseed oil and the two 
finish coats of blue lead and linseed oil. The metal work 
in the storehouses on the Charlestown side and one girder 
on the Boston side was painted with an asphaltic com- 
pound called ''Hydralt. " 

The contractor furnished labor and equipment for 
doing the work under a contract approved September 1, 
1926. The work was completed November 29, 1926, the 
contract price being $8,425. 

The approaches to the storehouses on the Charlestown 
end of this bridge, between the bridge and Charles River 
avenue, were paved with granite blocks, grout jointed on 
a gravel base. The city furnished the granite blocks. 
This work was done under a contract with Samuel J. 
Tomasello, approved October 20, 1926, and was com- 
pleted November 15, 1926, at a contract cost of $2,560.17. 

Chelsea Viaduct, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

On September 17, 1926, a contract was approved with 
the Buck-McDonald Company for furnishing and laying 
2-inch yellow pine plank for about 1,300 lineal feet of 
sidewalk. Each plank extended the full width of the 
sidewalk. All new plank used on this work was impreg- 
nated with creosote by the empty cell process, six pounds 
of creosote oil being used per cubic foot of lumber. The 
work was completed December 11, 1926, at a cost of 
$2,198.06. 

The Boston & Maine Railroad removed the old side- 
walk planking and renewed the sidewalk stringers and 
curb stick. 

Congress Street Bridge. 

The wooden floor of the draw span was rebuilt under a 
contract with the C. & R. Construction Company. The 
fences were painted and some minor repairs made on 
the Boston approach. The contract was approved June 
30, 1926, and the work completed September 19, 1926, at 



48 City Document No. 25. 

a contract cost of $7,086.73. The repairs are of a 
temporary nature in order to maintain travel over the 
structure. 

On October 16, 1926, a contract was approved with the 
R. W. Baker Company for the removal of the old boiler 
and such piping as was necessary and the installation of a 
new 36-inch by 84-inch vertical tubular boiler with bonnet 
and fittings in the drawtenders' house. The work was 
completed November 30, 1926, at a contract cost of 
$597. 

Dover Street Bridge. 

A contract for repairing the fender and draw pier of 
this bridge, made with the Buck-McDonald Company, 
approved November 17, 1925, was completed on April 28, 
1927. The contract work amounted to $9,734.41. This 
work consisted of repairs to the wooden piers, fender 
guards and platforms surrounding the substructure of the 
bridge. Three-inch creosoted yellow pine lumber was 
used for the platforms, which were reduced in area to 
conform with the policy of this division with regard to 
economy in the use of material. Other than the plat- 
form repairs the greater part of the work was done on the 
westerly fender. 

On May 8, 1926, a contract was approved with 
Maurice M. Devine for the repairing of the draw^ pier of 
this bridge with gunite, the action of salt water having 
removed a large part of the surface material on the face 
of the concrete masonry draw pier. This surface mate- 
rial was replaced by the use of gunite on the portion of 
the pier between high and low water, which pier is a 
truncated cone 6^ feet high. This work was completed 
July 9, 1926, and the work under this contract cost 
$1,485. 

A contract was approved May 8, 1926, with Maurice 
M. Devine, for the cleaning and painting of the steel 
work of this bridge. The paint was supplied by the city, 
the contractor furnishing the labor and materials for the 
application of the same. The cleaning work was done by 
the use of the sand blast and wire brush method. The 
first coat of paint was red lead and linseed oil. upon which 
was applied two coats of blue lead and linseed oil paint. 
The work done under this contract cost $4,000 and the 
work was completed August 6, 1926. 



Public Works Department. 49 

Everett Street Bridge, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

A contract was awarded to V. James Grande, approved 
by the Mayor November 8, 1926, for replanking this 
bridge. The work was completed January 7, 1927, at a 
contract cost of 18,150. 

The roadway was planked with 3-inch yellow pine and 
sheathed with 2-inch spruce lumber. All lumber in the 
roadway was treated by the empty cell process with six 
pounds of creosote per cubic foot. 

As an experiment, four lines of ''A. W. " traffic treads, 
spaced apart about 5 feet on centers, were placed on the 
wooden surface to take the traffic. These treads are of 
copper-bearing steel, i% inch thick, and are fastened to 
the wood with |-inch lag screws. To date the experience 
with these treads is very satisfactory. 

Maiden Bridge, over Mystic River. 

The draw span of this bridge was cleaned and painted 
by Maurice M. Devine under a contract approved 
May 27, 1926. 

The cleaning was done partly by the sand blast method 
and partly by wire brushing by hand. The city sup- 
plied the paint. A patch coat of red lead and oil was 
put on and two finish coats of blue lead and oil were 
then applied. The contract amounted to $2,270 and 
the work was corapleted August 10, 1926. 

Meridian Street Bridge. 

A portion of the southeast corner fender guard of this 
bridge was repaired by replacing a number of broken 
piles and some timber work. The work was done by 
the Rendle Corporation under a contract approved 
June 23, 1926, and completed Julv 2. 1926, at a cost of 
$1,617.60. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. 

The draw fender pier of this bridge was repaired by 
the W. H. Ellis & Son Company, under a contract 
approved May 13, 1926, and completed June 25, 1926. 

The waling on the waterway and other wood work 
was repaired where necessary at a contract cost of 
$976.62. 



50 City Document No. 25. 

Summer Street Bridge, over Fort Point Channel. 

The wooden track stringers, ties, blocking and 
bumpers under the retractile draw spans of this bridge 
were renewed where necessary by the C. & R. Con- 
struction Company under a contract approved August 3, 
1926. The yellow^ pine ties were treated by the empty 
cell process with 6 pounds of creosote per cubic foot. 
The steel I-beam stringers, on which the ties rest, were 
thoroughly cleaned and painted. Travel was main- 
tained over one half of the bridge during this work 
which was completed October 21, 1926, at a contract 
cost of $3,382.56. 

W. H. Ellis & Son Company repaired the timber and 
planking supporting the operating machinery of this 
bridge, under a contract approved November 19, 1926. 
This work was completed December 10, 1926, at a cost 
of $831.80. 

Summer Street Bridge, over Reserved Channel. 

A portion of the fender guard of this bridge, part of 
the planking on the waterway and the cap under the 
draw span were repaired under a contract with the 
Rendle Corporation, approved June 23, 1926. 

The work was completed July 10, 1926, at a contract 
price of $1,465.02. The greater part of the work was 
on the fender on the South Boston side of the channel. 

Tremont Street Bridge. 

V. James Grande was awarded a contract for the 
removal of the water pipe, the water pipe bridge and the 
extension of the abutment of the Tremont Street Bridge, 
over the Boston & Albany Railroad, April 7, 1926. The 
abutment extension is of concrete, faced with granite 
masonry, and rests on a foundation of oak piles. This 
work was completed June 15, 1926, at a contract cost 
of $17,060.82. 

A contract was approved with the James F. Kennedy 
Construction Company on April 7, 1926, for the widening 
of this bridge, which crosses over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad at Arlington square. The westerly sidewalk 
of the old bridge was removed. The top of the pier on 
the southerly side, between the railroads, was partially 
removed to make room for the grillage beams and steel 
superstructures. The steel superstructure has four 



Public Works Department. 51 

through girders with steel floorbeams carrying a rein- 
forced concrete slab. The new extension accommodates 
two roadways and a sidewalk. The roadways are paved 
with a 3^-inch granite block, with asphalt joints, on a 
reinforced concrete slab covered with waterproofing. 
The steel below the floor surface is covered with concrete 
and protected from the blast action of the locomotives 
by cast-iron plates. 

This work is practically completed with the exception 
of a few minor operations. The concrete price for this 
work was 141,782.38. 

Warren Bridge, over Charles River. 

The Rendle Corporation, under a contract approved 
September 21, 1926, repaired the draw foundations of 
this bridge. Track stringers, ties, planking, etc., were 
renewed. The steel rails under the down stream leaf 
of the draw span were replaced by new and heavier ones. 
The old rails were sorted and the best of them used under 
the upstream leaf. The waterway was repaired and the 
fender guard on the southeast corner extended down- 
stream about thirty feet. The wooden timbers support- 
ing the draw machinery were also repaired, giving 
protection to the draw span landing casting. This work 
was completed January 8, 1927, and the contract 
amounted to $22,855.92. 

A contract with Stearns, Perry & Smith Company 
was approved December 22, 1926, for the removal of the 
steam engines controlling the operation of the draw and 
replacing them with motors and their appurtenances. 
The city is to supply the motors and other electrical 
equipment. This work is incomplete. 

Work by Day Labor Force. 

A number of important repair jobs were done by the 
day labor force of the Bridge Service during the past 
year, as follows : 

Baker Street Bridge {over brook), in West Roxbury, was 
completely rebuilt with wood block paving instead of the 
spruce sheathing, in order to eliminate the constant 
patching of the surface. 

Bennington Street Bridge, over the Boston, Revere Beach 
& Lynn Railroad, was rebuilt on the easterly side with 
a special type of asphalt planked surface. This was in 
the nature of an experiment and up to date has worked 



52 City Document No. 25. 

satisfactorily. It should not rot but whether it will 
stand the wear is a question to be determined only by 
experience. 

Boylston Street Bridge. — Important repairs were made 
to the steel work of this structure by the day labor 
force of the Transit Department and the entire wooden 
flooring of the roadway was rebuilt by the labor force 
of the Bridge Service. 

Charlestown Bridge Draw Span. — The wood work of 
the middle roadway was entirely rebuilt and the steel 
in the floor system cleaned and painted, after the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company at its own expense, strength- 
ened the floor beams to carry heavier cars. 

Irvington Street Footbridge. — Some badly corroded 
steel work was repaired and the wooden planking 
entirely renewed. 

Norfolk Street Bridge, over New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. — Some badl}^ corroded floor beams 
and nearly all of the wooden stringers were replaced by 
the railroad company. The city then put on an entirely 
new wooden flooring with wood block paving, instead of 
the wooden sheathing, in order to stop the continual 
patching. 

Bituminous topping has been placed on a great many 
of the bridges which still have the wooden spruce 
sheathing, in order to lengthen the life of the sheathing 
and diminish the amount of patching required. 

Granite Avenue Bridge. 

The under plank and top plank have been repaired; 
nearly all the under planking being renewed. 

The sidewalk plank needs repairs and the steel work 
should be painted. 

Rainsford Island Wharf. 

This wharf was repaired by the Institutions Depart- 
ment, under the supervision of this division. New 
piles, braces and other timbers were placed where 
needed under a contract approved May 17, 1926, with 
Roy B. Rendle & Co. The work was completed June 5, 
1926, at a contract cost of $2,453.40. 

A considerable sum of money should be expended for 
repairs on this wharf within a few years if it is to be kept 
in service. 



Public Works Department. 53 

Long Island, North West Wharf. 

The Miller Construction Company repaired this 
wharf and built new spring fenders for it under a con- 
tract approved June 25, 1926. The work was com- 
pleted on August 17, 1926, and the contract amounted 
to $2,915.20. 

This work was done for the Institutions Department 
and the work contract was prepared and work super- 
vised by this division. 

Deer Island Bulkhead. 

A bulkhead on the northerly shore of Deer Island was 
built by this department for the Penal Institutions 
Department. A contract was approved with Roy B. 
Rendle & Co. on September 13, 1926, for this work, 
which was completed December 11, 1926, at a contract 
cost of $27,189.78. This structure is about 900 feet 
long and is composed of oak pile closely spaced, with 
yellow pine caps. 

The driving was hard and the greater part of the 
piles were furnished with iron pile shoes. It will be 
advisable to construct some pile jetties seaward from 
the bulkhead w^henever funds may be available for such 
work. 



54 City Document No. 25. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

When Gross 

Name. Built. Type. Length. Tonnage. 

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

Governor Russell 1898 Propeller 164 " 3 " 713 

Noddle Island Crebuilt)... 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 

Charles C. Donoghue .... 1926 " 174 " 4 in. 756. 77 

Daniel A. MacCormack... 1926 " 174 " 4 " 756.77 

Two of these boats, the ''Hugh O'Brien" and the 
''Governor Russell," should be sold, as they are not 
suitable to handle the existing traffic and are no longer 
needed. 

' ' Lieutenant Flaherty. ' ' 

Under a contract with the Atlantic Works, approved 
December 29, 1925, the boat was put on the marine 
railway, hull cleaned and painted, defective rivets and 
seams repaired, foundations built for one new water 
service pump and one new feed pump, main stuffing 
boxes repacked and some other minor repairs made. 
The work was completed January 15, 1926. The 
amount paid the contractor was $3,044.25. 

"Hugh O'Brien." 

The ferryboat "Hugh O'Brien" was tied up for the 
greater part of the year, operating but a small portion 
of the time. The boat was put on the railway March 8, 
1926, seams and joints were calked and some minor 
repairs made. 

"Ralph J. Palumbo." 

Under a contract with the Atlantic Works, approved 
March 24, 1926, this boat was taken out of the water. 
The work done consisted in cleaning and painting the 
hull, cleaning the strainers and sea valves, repairing 
defective rivets and seams, installation of one pump, 
which was furnished by the city, adjusting main bear- 
ings, repairing water end of air pump, repacking main 
stuffing boxes, repairing bilge suction in engine room 



Public Works Department. 55 

and reciprocating generator engine, fitting new connec- 
tion in hull for deck pumps, access doors in monitor and 
other minor repairs. 

This work was completed March 26, 1926, at a cost of 
$4,363.01. 

"Governor Russell." 

This boat was put on the marine railway on July 16, 
1926; hull cleaned and painted, strainers cleaned and 
some minor repairs made to both machinery and hull. 

''John H. Sullivan." 

A contract was made wdth the Atlantic Works and 
approved October 3, 1926, for repairing this boat. 

These repairs consisted in taking the boat out of 
water, cleaning and painting the hull, cleaning the 
strainers and sea valve boxes, repairing defective rivets 
and seams, adjusting main bearings, repacking main 
stuffing boxes and miscellaneous repairs to main engines, 
auxiliaries, stern bearings, rudders, etc. This work was 
completed November 20, 1926, at a cost of $4,840.30. 

A contract was approved December 31, 1926, with 
the Hodge Boiler Works for repairs to the boilers of the 
''John H. Sullivan" and the work will probably take a 
month. These boilers are in such condition that they 
should be replaced within the next year. 

" General Sumner." 

Under a contract with the Richard T. Green Corpora- 
tion approved February 23, 1926, repairs were made to 
this boat as follows: 

Part of the guard was rebuilt, the generator engine 
overhauled, the after high pressure cylinder, including 
connecting rod, piston rod and crank pin brasses was 
taken down and reassembled. The crank pin and 
brasses were repaired and rebabbitted. The after high 
pressure cylinder was rebored, a new piston rod, a new 
bull ring, follower and snap rings were furnished and 
fitted. This work was completed March 3, 1926, at a 
contract cost of $1,319.06. 

Under a contract with the Atlantic Works, approved 
June 19, 1926, the following work was done: The boat 
was taken out of the water, the hull cleaned, painted and 
repaired, the guard, propellers and rudders repaired, the 
stern bearing rewooded and the main bearings rebab- 
bitted. This work was completed July 20, 1926, at a 
cost of $4,038.27. 



56 City Document No. 25. 

Two New Steel Ferryboats. 

A contract was approved November 17, 1925, with 
the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd., for 
building two new steel ferryboats; the ''Charles C. 
Donoghue" and the ''Daniel A. MacCormack," from 
plans and specifications prepared by this division. 

Each boat is a steel double ended ferryboat with four 
driveways for vehicles and two cabins for passengers on 
the main deck. Each boat is propelled by two screw 
propellers, one at either end, turned by two steam 
compound engines. Each boat is 174 feet 4 inches long 
with a breadth over guards of 57 feet. The boats are 
built to classification +A1 E, Ferry Service, of the 
American Bureau of Shipping. 

On each boat is installed for fire protection purposes, 
in addition to the other ship's fire-fighting equipment, a 
1,500-gallon centrifugal fire pump, turbine driven. On 
the upper deck on each boat are two If -inch turret 
nozzles and a 3f-inch fire plug. 

The "Charles C. Donoghue" was delivered on Sep- 
tember 23, 1926, and the "Daniel A. MacCormack" 
was delivered on October 21, 1926. The total amount 
paid for the two boats was $520,948. 

A contract was approved on December 10, 1925, with 
the Boston Barrier and External Brake Company, for 
four gates for the two new boats. The amount of the 
contract was $5,500. 

The barriers consist essentially of chains or cables 
hung on gates, the chains being attached to plungers 
acting on springs housed on steel posts. The contract 
was completed May 10, 1926. 

A contract was approved December 4, 1925, with the 
J. Edward Ogden Company, in amount of $1,761, for 
eight mooring hooks of a pad type, of chrome steel with 
bases of cast steel, similar to those on the ferryboat 
"Palumbo," for use in mooring the new boats to the 
new type of ferry bridge. The contract was completed 
March 3, 1926. 

Electrically Operated Ferry Bridge. 
A contract was approved December 29, 1925, with 
W. H. EUis & Son Company, for pile and concrete 
foundations for the new ferry bridge at the North Ferry, 
Boston side. 



Public Works Department. 57 

Two concrete piers, supported on piles, were built to 
carry the towers for the gallows frame and a heavy mat 
of reinforced concrete was built to support the inner end 
of the new bridge. The work was completed December 
31, 1926, and the amount paid under the contract was 
$29,287.56. 

A contract was approved December 30, 1925, with 
J. Edward Ogden Company for an electrically operated 
ferry bridge with gallows frame and machinery, at the 
North Ferry, Boston. 

This ferry bridge is essentially the same as those at the 
South Ferry, which have given satisfaction, and are 
descibed in the annual report for the year 1924. The 
contract was completed October 11, 1926, and the amount 
paid under the contract was $132,800. 

North Ferry, Remodeling Canopy. 

A contract was approved November 29, 1926, with 
Joseph A. Singarella, for furnishing and erecting at the 
North Ferry, Boston, steel supports for the canopy over 
the roadways and walkways, and furnishing and hang- 
ing new steel gates and barriers, similar to the installa- 
tion at the South Ferry. This work was made neces- 
sary by the installation of the new ferry bridge at this 
point. The work will be completed early in 1927. 

Ferry Headhouses. 

On December 18, 1926, a contract was approved with 
Maurice M. Devine, for cleaning and painting the inte- 
riors of three ferry headhouses, including the two head- 
houses in Boston and that at the North Ferry, East 
Boston. The interiors painted are those of the waiting 
rooms, rest rooms, smoking rooms, toilets, stairways, 
passageways, tollmen's and gatemen's rooms, etc. 
Surfaces painted were walls, ceilings, trims, rails, ducts, 
piping, etc. 

The work was completed January 15, 1927, at a cost of 
$1,735. 

Yours respectfully, 

John E. Carty, 
Division Engineer. 



58 



City Document No. 25. 



BRIDGE SERVICE. 



Financial Statement, 1926. 

Expenditures from Maintenance Appropriation. 
Boston bridges $445,564 07 



Boston and Cambridge bridges 



18,983 08 



Total Expenditures. 

From maintenance appropriation . $464,547 15 
From special appropriations . . 199,830 96 



,547 15 



$664,378 11 



EXPENDITURES ON BOSTON BRIDGES. 



(1.) 



Administration : 
Salaries : 




Division engineer . 


$3,750 00 


Supervisor 


3,158 33 


Engineers and draughts 


- 


men 


29,795 59 


Foreman . 


2,200 00 


Clerk 


2,100 00 


Inspectors 


2,455 49 


Medical inspector . 


191 66 


Veterans' pensions . 


4,703 53 


Holiday 


6,089 00 


Vacations 


2,135 98 


Injured employees 


60 00 


Printing, postage and sta 


- 


tionery 


2,416 24 


Traveling expense 


328 55 


Telephone 


38 10 


Engineers' supplies and in 


- 


struments . 


72 11 


Typewriter inspection 


36 00 


Office supplies and repairs 


54 48 




tlpoy,ooo uo 



Public Works Department. 



59 



(2.) 



Yard and Stockroom: 




Yard: 




Clerk, janitor and 


watchmen 


$4,090 96 


Traveling expenses . 


279 87 


Tools, new- 


424 90 


Tools, repaired 


617 59 


Telephone 


226 57 


Towels and furnishings 


15 00 


Light and power 


142 62 


Repairs at yard 


860 51 


Supplies . 


13 70 


Stockroom : 




Stock purchased during 


year 


$10,253 93 


Stock used during year 


9,875 04 



Increase in stock 



),571 72 



378 89 
,950 61 



Automobiles, Trucks and Co?npressor. 



Truck, 
B-l. 



Truck, 
B-2. 



Foreman, 
B-3. 



Super\'isor, 
B-4. 



Division 

Engineer, 

B-o. 



Compressor, 
B-6. 



Total. 



Cost, new 

Chauffeurs' wages 

Repairs 

Supplies 

Oil and gasolene 

New fires and tubes. . . . 
Repaired tires and tubes, 

Registration 

Equipment 



Totals . 



$449 00 



5955 00 

23 90 

314 56 

101 38 

19 50 

2 00 



$194 86 

22 02 

357 46 

297 62 

42 00 

2 00 



282 84 

28 68 

251 13 

104 34 

57 00 

12 00 



$877 50 

1,514 28 

242 80 

26 48 

196 10 

36 67 

24 50 

12 00 



,416 34 



$915 86 



$1,184 79 



$2,930 33 



$1,347 00 

1,188 00 

510 44 

33 07 

408 41 

14 67 

40 30 

17 00 



$3,55S 89 



$2,015 30 



30 00 

1 20 

14 36 



806 59 



$2,867 45 



$12,873 76 



60 



City Document No. 25. 



Tide Water Bridges. 



Bridges. 



Drawtenders' 
Salaries . 



Mechanics' 
Wages. 



Material. 



Repair 
Bills. 



Supplies. 



Total. 



Broadway 

Charlestown 

Chelsea North 

Chelsea South 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street. . . . 
Dorchester Avenue 

Dover Street 

L Street* 

Maiden 

Meridian Street 

Northern' Avenue. 
Summer Street . . . . 
Warren 

Totals 



$15,942 40 
21,747 93 
18,287 87 
18,235 01 
15,968 41 
16,344 24 
15,838 38 
15,938 00 
15,881 56 
16,542 08 
16,402 89 
18,346 81 
16,432 47 
16,370 87 



$356 90 

5,484 53 

4,308 41 

964 65 

996 57 

1,044 96 

1,795 43 

1,608 25 

1,183 85 

727 28 

938 85 

1,851 17 

1,321 68 

1,709 25 



$122 60 

3,206 23 

3,227 57 

87 34 

334 48 

565 61 

602 04 

1,073 01 

258 48 

160 18 

83 53 

1,852 24 

944 59 

620 07 



$592 72 

6,052 62 

3,051 30 

1,863 89 

883 71 

505 37 

2,879 03 

404 84 

189 14 

1,946 08 

1,993 21 

3,312 30 

1,025 72 

1,484 31 



$598 35 
594 00 

1,036 62 

1,145 86 
474 63 

1,332 29 
483 99 
337 58 
558 02 
615 10 
375 68 

5,508 24 
473 52 

1,961 66 



$17,612 97 

37,085 31 

29,911 77 
22,296 75 

18,657 80 

19,792 47 

21,598 87 

19,361 68 

18,071 05 

19,990 72 

19,794 16 

30,870 76 

20,197 98 

22,146 16 



$238,278 92 $24,291 78 $13,137 97 $26,184 24 



$15,495 54 



$317,388 45! 



* Now Summer Street over Reserved channel. 



Repairs on Inland Bridges. 



Bridge. 



Albany Street 

Arlington Street 

Beacon Street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) . . 

Baker Street 

Bennington Street 

Berkeley Street 

Blakemore Street 

Blue Hill Avenue 

Boston Street 

Boylston Street 

Bradeen Street 

Broadway (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Brooks Street 

Cambridge Street (over Boston & Maine Railroad) 

Central Avenue 

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



Labor 
and 
Materi 


il. 


$3,053 38 


67 


75 


51 


45 


706 


84 


4,177 86 


2,944 


15 


29 


31 


532 


98 


358 28 


7,607 08 


63 


55 


40 25 


567 97 


324 


72 


103 


25 


313 


32 



Public Woeks Department. 

Repairs on Inland Bridges — Concluded. 



61 



Bridge. 



Labor 

and 

Material. 



Columbus Avenue 

Commercial Point 

Dartmouth Street 

Dorchester Avenue (over railroad) 

Everett Street 

Fairmount Avenue 

Gainsborough Street 

Gove Street (Foot) 

Glenwood Avenue (over Mother Brook) 

Glenwood Avenue (over Neponset River) 

Huntington Avenue (over Culvert, Hyde Park) 

Irvington Street 

Jones Avenue (Foot) 

Massachusetts Avenue (over New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad) 

Massachusetts Avenue (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Metropolitan Avenue 

Milton Street 

Milton Lower Mills 

New Allen Street 

Norfolk Street 

Oakland Street 

Peabody Square 

Perkins Street (Foot) 

Porter Street 

Public Landing (Northern Avenue) 

Sprague Street 

Shawmut Avenue. . . ....,..-. 

Southampton Street 

Summer Street (over A Street) 

Summer Street (over B Street) 

Toll Gate Way (Foot) 

Tremont Street 

West Fourth Street 

Winthrop 

Yarmouth Street 

Cleaning Bridges 

Snow 

Totals 



$234 47 

1,115 17 

300 00 

288 99 

712 82 

34 00 

201 94 

110 17 

117 50 

350 09 

147 21 

1,026 99 

63 86 

70 25 

15 00 

43 50 

31 00 

66 88 

174 75 

7,549 37 

73 58 

136 31 

334 66 

109 45 

51 34 

38 00 

11 00 

345 00 

605 84 

556 13 

583 81 

11 50 

3,554 90 

36 73 

33 94 

1,349 00 

7,338 90 



$48,766 19 



62 



City Document No. 25. 



Summary op Expenditures 
Administration 
Yard and stockroom 
Automobiles and trucks 
Tide water bridges 
Inland bridges 

Totals 



$59,585 06 
6,950 61 

12,873 76 
317,388 45 

48,766 19 

1445,564 07 



Special Appropriations. 



BRIDGES, REPAIRS, ETC. 
BoYLSTON Street Bridge. 



Transit Department pay roll 
Flagman services . 
Repairs 



$3,005 60 
552 49 
390 57 



$3,948 66 



Broadway Bridge over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

W. A. Snow Iron Works $1,685 00 

Beaver Construction Company' .... 2,300 00 

Material — paint 569 29 

Advertising 16 00 



4,570 29 



Charlestown Bridge. 

Steves Lacios Company $6,803 19 

Material . . . ' 9,20,4 09 

Calking roadway 513 60 

Ironwork 637 11 

Analysis of paint 44 00 

Advertising 7 50 

Carfares 7 70 

Snow dumps . 421 78 

Transit Department pay roll .... 72 80 



17,711 77 



Charlestown Bridge Storehouse, Paving Approaches to. 



Samuel J. Tomasello 
Advertising 



Roy B. Ren die. Inc. 
Repairs — paving 
Advertising 



Chelsea Bridge North. 



2,176 15 
9 00 



,348 81 

640 78 

7 50 



Chelsea Street Bridge. 

Repairs $544 37 

Transit Department pay roll .... 32 00 



Carried forward 



2,185 15 



1,997 09 



576 37 
$30,989 33 



Public Works Department. 

Brought forward 



Chelsea Street over Viaduct. 



Buck-MacDonald Company 
Advertising .... 



fl,868 35 
7 50 



Congress Street Bridge. 



C. & R. Construction Company 
R. H. Baker Company 
Repairs ... 

Material .... 
Photographs . 
Advertising . 
Transit Department pay roll 



56,296 37 

507 45 

1,448 56 

21 40 

45 00 

16 50 

8 40 



Dorchester Avenue Bridge. 



Repairs 

Transit Department pay roll 



Dover Street Bridge. 



Buck-MacDonald Company 
Maurice M. Devine 

Material . 
Advertising . 
Paving repairs 
Traveling expense 
Engineering 



L Street Bridge. 



The Rendle Corporation 
Advertising . 



Malden Bridge. 



Maurice M. Devine 

Material — • paint . 

Analysis of paint . 

Advertising 

Repairs . . . , 

Traveling expense 

Transit Department pay roll 

Engineering .... 



$569 27 
24 80 



19,813 29 

5,485 00 

1,212 60 

40 00 

529 00 

3 40 

1,041 45 



$1,465 02 
8 00 



J,270 00 

255 04 

28 00 

7 50 

547 75 

2 50 

204 80 

216 98 



Meridian Street Bridge. 

The Rendle Corporation : 

Advertising 



L,617 60 
7 50 



Northern Avenue Bridge. 
W. H. Ellis & Son Company .... 

R.epairs 

Advertising 



Carried forward 



$976 62 

379 17 

8 50 



63 

$30,989 33 
1,875 85 



8,343 68 



594 07 



18,124 74 



1,473 02 



3,532 57 



1,625 10 



1,364 29 
$67,922 65 



64 City Document No. 25. 

Brought fonvard $67,922 65 

Summer Street Bridge over Fort Point Channel. 
C.&R. Construction Company .... $2,875 18 



W. H. Ellis & Son Company 
Material — paint 
Advertising 
Engineering . 



4,745 66 

107 00 

17 00 

49 86 



7,794 70 



Warren Bridge. 

The Itendle Corporation $18,853 99 

Material 847 00 

Advertising 33 55 

Engineers' supplies 45 

19,734 99 

Albany Street Bridge. 
Flagman services 73 06 

Beacon Street Bridge. 
Flagman services 8 77 

Berkeley Street Bridge. 

Groisser & Sh lager Iron Works .... $837 25 

Advertising 7 75 

Flagman services 106 67 



Cottage Farm Bridge. 

Flagman services $5 85 

Transit Department pay roll . . . . 17 05 



Everett Street Bridge. 

Engineering $398 88 

Traveling expense 10 47 

Advertising 21 00 



951 67 



22 90 



430 35 



Summer Street over A Street. 
Material — paint 96 30 

Summer Street over New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad. 

Paving repairs 413 00 

Yarmouth Street Bridge. 
Flagman services 27 13 

$97,475 52 

Broadway Bridge, South Boston. 

Engineering $2,159 47 

Office supplies 131 17 

$2,290 64 

Congress Street Bridge, Plans, Etc. 

Engineering $203 28 

Office supplies 64 12 

Traveling expense 125 34 

The Strauss I3ascule Bridge Company 9,500 00 

$9,892 74 



Public Works Department. 



65 



Massachusetts Avenue Bridge. 

Engineering 

Traveling expense 

Boston Bridge Works, Inc. 

Material — cement 

Bridge lights . 

Photographs . 

Office supplies 

Repairs and paving adjustments 



Tremont Street Bridge 

Engineering 

Traveling expense 

Office supplies 

Advertising 

Inspection of material 

Photographs 

V. James Grande 

James F. Kennedy Construction Company 

Material — paint 

Asphalt pavement 

Paving adjustments 

Boston Bridge Works, Inc 



Engineering 
Office supplies 



West Newton Street Bridge. 



$2,313 02 

32 45 

35,054 69 

4,016 16 

1,229 51 

22 00 

53 70 

484 65 

$43,206 18 



$5,236 98 

14 00 

187 11 

52 00 

38 97 

30 00 

17,060 82 

22,461 45 

196 76 

825 07 

406 25 

156 43 

$46,665 84 



$90 14 
133 70 



$223 84 



Expenditures from Special Appropriations in Charge of 
Bridge Service. 





Balances 
from 
1925. 


Total Credits, 

Including 

Balances 

Carried Over 

and Transfers. 


Expended 
During Year 
1926. 


Balances 

Unexpended 

December 31, 

1926. 


Beacon Street Bridge, re- 


$4,115 37 
15,987 94 

16,894 92 

23.774 78 
7,746 14 

57,302 19 
19,890 77 


$4,115 37 
140,987 94 

16,894 92 

23,774 78 
2,746 14 

57,302 19 
99,890 77 
45,000 00 




$4,115 37 


Bridges, repairs, etc.' 

Cambridge Street Bridge, 


$97,475 52 


43,436 32 
16,894 92 


Congress Street Bridge, 


9,892 74 


13,882 04 


Dartmouth Street Bridge '. . 

Massachusetts Avenue 
Bridge 


2,746 14 


43,206 18 

46,665 84 

223 84 


14,096 01 


Tremont Street Bridge 

West Newton Street Bridge, 


53,224 93 
44,776 16 








Totals 


$145,712 11 


$460,712 11 


$199,754 76 


$260,881 25 







' $76.10 expended bv Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 
" $5,000 transferred to New Fire Station, Engine 21. Dorchester. 



66 City Document No. 25. 



Boston Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 66 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division and 

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



11 



— 86 
II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 

within its limits: 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division 6 
In charge of Park and Recreation Depart- 
ment 5 

III. Number of which Boston pays a part of the 

cost of maintenance : 
In charge of Bridge and Ferry Division . 9 
In charge of Commissioners for Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges 5 

In charge of Commissioners for Granite 

Avenue Bridge 1 

— 15 

IV. Number of which Boston maintains the whole 

or a part of the wearing surface ... 32 

V. Number maintained by Metropolitan District 

Commission 8 

VI. 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 

— 40 

Total number 192 



Public Works Department. 



67 



Table Showing the Width of Channelways for Vessels in all Over Navigable 
Water in the City of Boston in January, 1924. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



No. 



Width. 



* Anderson 

Boston Elevated Railway 

Boston Elevated Railway 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern Division, 
Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 

Division. 
Boston & Maine Railroad, Fitchburg 

Division (for teaming freight.) 
Boston & Maine Railroad (freight) Southern 

Division. 
Boston & Maine Railroad (passenger) 

Southern Division. 
Boston & Maine Railroad, Western Division, 

Broadway 

t Brookline street 

t Cambridge 

* Cambridge Street 

Charles River dam (lock) 

Charlestown (main channel) 

Charlestown (north channel) 

Chelsea (north channel) 

Chelsea (south channel) 

Chelsea Street 

Congress Street 

Dorchester Avenue 

Dover Street 

* Grand Junction Railroad 

Grand Junction Railroad 

Granite Avenue 

♦Harvard 

Maiden 

Meridian Street 

Neponset 

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

* North Beacon Street 

Northern Avenue 

Summer Street 

Summer Street (over Reserved channel) .... 
Warren 

* Western Avenue 

* Western Avenue 

* John W. Weeks 



Brighton to Cambridge .... 
Boston to East Cambridge. 
Charlestown to Everett. . . . 
Boston to Charlestown. . . . 
Boston to Charlestown. . . . 



Boston to Charlestown 

Boston to East Cambridge . 
Boston to East Cambridge . 



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

Boston to Cambridge 

Brighton to Cambridge .... 
Boston to East Cambridge. 
Boston to Charlestown. . . . 

Boston to Charlestown 

Charlestown to Chelsea . . . . 
Charlestown to Chelsea . . . . 
East Boston to Chelsea. . . . 
Over Fort Point channel. . . 
Over Fort Point channel . . . 
Over Fort Point channel. . . 
Brighton to Cambridge .... 
East Boston to Chelsea .... 
Dorchester to Milton 



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



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

South Boston 

Boston to Charlestown . . 
Brighton to Cambridge . . 
Brighton to Watertown . . 
Brighton to Cambridge . . 



45' 

75' 3" 
39' 8" 
36' 

36' 7" 

40' 

39' 8" 

39' 4" 
50' 

50' 3" 

45' 1" 

f 51' 10" 

1 49' 5" 

124' 111 

75' 

61' 10" 
51' 2" 
41' 11" 
41' 3" 

60' 
50' 4" 

75' 4" 
100' 10" 

41' 10" 
51' 6" 



76' 2" 
51' 6" 
39' 6" 
36' 6" 
45' 



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



68 



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70 City Document No. 25. 



FERRY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement for the Year Ending De- 
cember 31, 1926. 
1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $75,501 66 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 

$75,701 66 

Cash paid over to City Collector .... $75,501 66 
Cash in hands of tollmen December 31, 1926 . 200 00 



r5,701 66 



2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 
Received from annual appropriations for Ferry 

Service $533,021 57 

Transferred to Paving Service, $12,485 01 

Transferred to City Treasury, 4,219 91 



Unexpended balances from 
special appropriations, Jan- 
uary 1,1926. . $1,020,064 26 

Appropriation from taxes 
forferry improvements, etc., 60,000 00 



16,704 92 
$516,316 65 



1,080,064 26 



$1,596,380 91 
.Total expenditures 1,228,336 90 



Unexpended balances of special appropriations, 
December 31, 1926 * $368,044 01 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) . . $75,501 66 
Ordinary expenses (main- 
tenance appropriation) $516,316 65 
Interest paid on ferry debt 50,352 50 



Carried forward . . $566,669 15 

* Of this amount $250,000 in loans has been authorized, but not issued. 



Public Works Department. 71 



Brought forward 
Depreciation on ferryboats 
Decrease in value of machinery 

and tools .... 
Decrease in value of fuel on 

hand 



Increase in value of supplies 
on hand .... 

Net outgo for the year . 

Net loss for the year 



$566,669 15 
65,815 27 




514 92 




6,852 00 




$639,851 34 




74 23 






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Comparative Balance Sheets at the Close of Each Year. 



January 31, 
1923. 


January 31, 
1924. 


January 31, 
1925. 


December 31, 
1925. 


December 31, 
1926. 


Assets. 


$200 00 

251 37 

25,831 83 

255,944 84 

972,070 25 

1,804 60 

610,100 00 


$200 00 

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23,097 11 

113,072 86 

914,754 98 

1,624 14 

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857.439 71 

4,163 58 

610,100 00 


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18,366 96 

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3,747 23 

610.100 00 


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"■eiryboats Qeas depreciation) 

ilachinery and tools 


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4,634 31 


teal estate, land and buildings 
(assessors' valuation) 


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$1,866,202 89 

315,815 68 
7,393,091 23 


$1,663,241 44 

315,815 68 
8,149,845 42 


$1,710,157 08 

315,815 68 
8.966.610 71 


$2,453,195 23 

315,815 68 
9.726,416 60 


$2,265,439 12 


;;ost of avenues, etc., East Boston 
(pre\-ious to 1871) i 


315,815 68 




10,465,340 20 






Totals 


$9,575,109 80 


$10,128,902 54 


$10,992,583 47 


$12,495,427 51 


$13,046,595 00 


Liabilities. 

capital invested by City of Boston 
to date 


$9,319,164 96 
255,944 84 


$10,015,829 68 
113,072 86 


$10,774,907 11 
217.676 36 


$11,475,363 25 
1.020.064 26 


$12,678,550 99 


Appropriations account (credit 
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Total liabilities 


$9,575,109 80 


$10,128,902 54 


$10,992,583 47 


$12,495,427 51 


$13,046,595 00 













Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



'otal expenditure to date per ferry 
books 


$16,865,009 88 

49.585 00 

279.148 85 


$17,658,444 98 

44,. 585 00 

279,148 85 


$18,501,559 12 

41,710 00 

279,148 85 


$19,273,121 91 

38,752 50 

279,148 85 


$20,540,211 31 


nterest of debt for the year (per 
City Auditor's reports) 


50,352 50 


nterest, previous years, etc. (net 
debits, per City Auditor's reports) , 


279,148 85 


Total expenditures 

deduct total receipts paid to City 
Collector 


$17,193,743 73 
7,874,578 77 


$17,982,178 83 
7,966,349 15 


$18,822,417 97 
8,047,510 86 


$19,591,023 26 
8,115,660 01 


$20,869,712 66 
8,191,161 67 






jxcess expenditures, capital 


$9,319,164 96 


$10,015,829 68 


$10,774,907 11 


$11,475,363 25 


$12,678,550 99 















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Total Expenditures Upon Ferries Since 1858=59. 

Expenditures for avenues, paving interest, etc., 

previous to the purchase of the ferries by 

the city $444,101 30 

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

Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870 . 2,178,182 01 
Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

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1910) . . . 14,752 46 

Expenditures for land from Lincoln's Wharf in 

1887 5,562 52 

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1893 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $4,233,793 73 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . . 2,279,211 83 

Expenditures for fuel 2,595,634 11 

Expenditures for salaries and wages . . . 9,114,363 36 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 2,646,709 63 



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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 7,875,068 07 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 71,182 26 

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

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry books, 32,220 49 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

City Auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . . $8,191,361 67 
Less amount with tollmen as capital . . . 200 00 

Total receipts, auditor's reports . . . $8,191,161 67 

Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Service for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1926. 
Appropriations (regular) for the year ending 

December 31, 1926 $533,021 57 

Transferred to Paving Service . $12,485 01 
Transferred to City Treasury . 4,219 91 

— ~ 16,704 92 



Amount of expenditures (regular) for the year . $516,316 65 



78 



City Document No, 25. 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

East Boston Ferry, Improvements, etc. 

Unexpended balance, January 1, 1926 

Expenditures for year 1926 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1926 

Expenditures for year made up as follows : 

Labor, Bridge Service employees 

Travel expense, car fares 

Amount paid to W. H. Ellis & Son Company under con- 
tract for foundations for ferry bridge. North Ferry 

Amount paid to J. Edward Ogden Company, Inc., for 
constructing electrically operated bridges with gallows 
frames and machinery at North Ferry .... 



East Boston Ferry, two additional boats: 
Unexpended balance January 1, 1926 . 
Expenditures for year 1926 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1926 

Expenditures for the year were made up as follows: 

Pay rolls, Bridge Service 

Travel expense, car fares, etc. 

Postage 

Printing specifications 

Photographs 

Advertising 

Sundries 

Amount paid to Boston Barrier and External Brake Com- 
pany, under contract, for furnishing barriers . 

Amount paid under contract to J. Edward Ogden Com- 
pany, Inc., for mooring hooks for ferryboats . 

Amount paid under contract to Bethlehem Shipbuilding 
Corporation, Limited, for constructing two ferryboats . 



Ferry improvements, etc. : 

Unexpended balance January 1, 1926 
Appropriation from taxes 



Expenditures for year 1926 

Unexpended balance December 31, 1926 

Expenditures for the year were made up as follows: 

Pay roll. Bridge Service 

Advertising 

Cable chain around piles 

Repairs to ferryboat "Noddle Island" 



$165,492 45 
154,879 78 


$10,612 67 


$2,460 55 
117 45 

19,501 78 
132,800 00 


$154,879 78 


$821,757 22 
532,736 32 


$289,020 90 


$3,709 01 
713 75 
10 00 
14 00 
27 56 
8 00 
45 00 

5,500 00 

1,761 00 

520,948 00 


$532,736 32 


$32,814 59 
60,000 00 


$92,814 59 
24,404 15 


$68,410 44 


$655 92 

46 00 

100 00 

446 99 



Carried forward 



$1,248 91 



Public Works Department. 



79 



Brought forward 

Small piers and spur shores built 

Amount paid to Rendle Corporation, under contract, for 
repairing piers at South Ferry : 

Amount of contract $55,856 96 

Less amount paid in 1925 .... 33,629 57 



$1,248 91 
927 85 



22,227 39 
$24,404 15 



Receipts at Each Ferry. 

North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


From 

Foot 

Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 

East Boston side 


$5,751 78 
5,183 48 


$2,550 50 
3,250 00 


$8,302 28 
8,433 48 


Totals . 


$10,935 26 


$5,800 50 


$16,735 76 





From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

31,287 foot passengers at 1 cent, 

Cash fares for teams 



Total at North Ferry 



$312 87 
11,513 60 



$16,735 76 



11,826 47 



,562 23 



South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


From 

Foot 

Passengers. 


From 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


Boston side 

East Boston side 


$6,340 07 
5,812 42 


$3,657 50 
3,072 50 


$9,997 57 
8,884 92 


Totals 


$12,152 49 


$6,730 00 


$18,882 49 





From tollmen .... 

From gatemen: 

46,348 foot passengers at 1 cent, 

Cash fares for teams 



Total at South Ferry 



$463 48 
23,839 62 



$18,882 49 



24,303 10 
$43,185 59 



80 



City Document No. 25. 



North and South Ferries .... 
Tickets paid for at ferry office . . 
Received in lieu of free ferries July 4, 1926 

Total from rates 

Rents for the year 

Headhouse privileges 

Care of public telephone booths . 

Commission on public telephone 

Old material sold 

Total receipts for year . , . . 



$71,747 82 


2,668 30 


1 00 


$74,417 12 


523 04 


400 00 


48 00 


101 50 


12 00 



$75,501 66 



Travel on the Ferries from January 1, 1926, 
TO December 31, 1926, Inclusive. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 1,124,813 1,261,597 

Foot passengers by ticket . . 15,139 16,660 

Foot passengers free .... — — • 



Total foot passengers 

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 

vehicles 



1,139,952 1,278,257 



135,829 

114,268 
120,788 

625 
697 



13,253 



212,318 

251,272 
142,975 

1,243 
1,683 



12,942 





385,460 

Vehicle Traffic (Reports of Captain 

anuary 1, 1926, to December 31, 1926. 


622,433 


Motor 

J 


5). 




North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


Total. 


Runabouts 


141,574 

3 138,169 

108,167 


2 71,245 
« 277,537 
6 163,966 


112,819 


Touring cars 

Trucks 


415,706 
272,133 






Totals 


287,910 


512,748 


800,658 


1 Includes 1,014 free. 

2 Includes 1,169 free. 


3 Incluc 

4 Incluc 


es 5,712 free, 
les 5,536 free. 


6 Includes 4 
6 Includes 4 


910 free. 
166 free. 



Public Works Department. 



Total paying foot passengers . 
Total free foot passengers 

Total foot passengers carried . 

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



81 

2,418,209 

2,418,209 

981,698 
26,195 

1,007,893 



Total Travel of Both Ferries from February 1, 
1921, to December 31, 1926. 





1 31-22. 


1922-23. 


1923-24. 


1924-25. 


192S. 

(11 mons.) 


1926. 


One-horse teams* 


468,831 

309,529 

1,605 

4,311 

299,791 

4,122 


502,407 

341,257 

1,850 

6,061 

368,711 

4,333 

2 


445,839 

314,672 

1,548 

4,816 

366,846 

4,409 

5 


406,336 

291,710 

1,249 

2,105 

338,031 

3,098 

35 


331,086 

222,543 

736 

1,514 
290,361 

2,282 


348,147 
263,763 




1,868 


Four-horse teams 

Two-horse carriages, hacks J. . . . 
Two-cent tolls, handcarts, etc.. . 


2,380 
365,540 








Paid teams at both ferries 

Free teams at both ferries 


1,088,189 

22,458 


1,224,621 
29,349 


1,138,135 
26,197 


1,042,564 
27,988 


848,522 
24,417 


981,698 
26,195 


Total teams at both ferries. . . 


1,110,647 


1,253,970 


1,164,332 


1,070,552 


872,939 


907,893 




4,390,781 
4,479 


3,711,491 
1,865 


3,224,419 
1,650 


2,844,317 
1,584 


2,298,192 
270 


2,418,209 


Foot passengers free 








Total foot passengers 


4,395,260 


3,713,356 


3,246,089 


2,845,901 


2,298,462 


2,418,209 



Note. — Team travel includes automobiles. 
* Includes one-seat automobiles, t Includes motor trucks. | Includes two-seat automobiles. 



82 City Document No. 25. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 1, 1927. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works. 
Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities and expenditures of the Paving and Lighting 
Services for the year ending December 31, 1926. The 
maintenance expenditures for the Highway Division for 
the year were as follows : 

Lighting Service $927,329 94 

Paving Service 2,089,589 45 



;,016.919 39 



The department forces were engaged during the year 
resurfacing macadam roadways as well as patching and 
repairing defects in roadways and sidewalks. A large 
amount of patching was done with material mixed by the 
plant in the Brighton Yard and hauled to different parts 
of the city. The repair of asphalt and bitulithic pave- 
ments out of guarantee was done this year by the 
department forces. 

Construction. 

During the year contracts were awarded to do work on 
about ninety-two streets. There were about 11,300 
yards of new granite block and about 67,000 yards of 
recut granite block, all laid on a concrete base : 7,900 yards 
of sheet asphalt, 129,000 yards of bitulithic and 3,700 
yards of reinforced concrete pavements laid and about 
85,500 yards of artificial stone sidewalks. 

Twenty-eight streets laid out under the ''Highw^ays, 
making of" appropriation were constructed. 



Public Works Department. 83 

Blue Hill avenue, from Quincy street to Washington 
street was paved with recut granite blocks, thus com- 
pleting this artery. Huntington avenue, from Forsyth 
way to the Riverway, was paved with bitulithic, com- 
pleting this stretch of roadway. Boston street, from the 
bridge over the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad to Edward Everett square, and Washington 
street, from Massachusetts avenue to Williams street, 
were paved with recut granite blocks. 

A section of Morton street was widened and con- 
structed and thrown open to travel. 

Among the important thoroughfares that were recon- 
structed were Warren street, Roxbury; Meridian street, 
East Boston; Tremont street, and Harvard avenue, 
Brighton. 

Work was begun on Dock square and Faneuil Hall 
square as well as on the Kneeland street improvement. 

On account of the heavy snowfall coming unusually 
early, construction work was suspended weeks earlier 
than usual and the entire force was put to work on the 
removal of the same. 

The snowplowing of streets in the suburbs was done 
under the direction of the district foremen and a success- 
ful attempt was made to keep open to travel every street 
in the residential parts of the city. 

In the Lighting Service, boulevard type white way 
lamps were installed in the following streets: Washing- 
ton street; Park square; Columbus avenue; Arlington 
street; Massachusetts avenue, between Harvard Bridge 
and Columbus avenue; Boylston street; Harvard 
avenue, Brighton; Morton street. West Roxbury; 
White street and Brooks street, East Boston. 

Arc lamps were provided for skating and tobogganing 
at Franklin Field, FrankUn Park and Wood Island Park, 
the same as in previous years. 

Very truly yours, 

Joshua Atwood, 

Division Engineer. 



84 ' City Document No. 25. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — LIGHTING SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Expenditures January 1, 1926, to December 31, 1926. 
Electric Lighting: 

Arc. 
Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company $521,057 56 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 

Company 28,050 19 



Incandescent. 


«ffl<J'±t',XW< 4 


Edison Electric Illuminating 






Company 


$106,671 33 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


547 78 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company fire alarm lamps 


228 58 


107,447 79 






Gas Lighting: 






Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 






pany 


$245,235 25 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company 


13,069 15 




Charlestown Gas and Electric 






Company fire alarm lamps 


600 39 


258,904 79 






Salaries and Wages: 






Division Engineer (part of) 


$1,250 00 


i 


Clerk 


2,259 70 




Stenographer and clerk 


1,600 00 




Lighting inspector 


1,800 00 


6,909 70 


Automobile Expenses: 






Gasolene, oil, etc 


$116 61 




Registration 


10 00 




Shoes and tubes, new and repairs. 


102 67 




Supplies 


67 70 




Repairs 


35 15 




Storage 


48 00 


380 13 




- 


Carried forward .... 


$922,750 16 



Public Works Department. 85 

Brought forward $922,750 16 

Construction: 

Installing lamps and posts and removing and 

relocating lamps and posts . . . . 2,317 08 

Office Expenses: 



Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 


$47 60 
32 00 
63 42 


143 02 

3,096 60 

$928,306 86 
976 92 


Miscellaneous: 

Travel expenses (car fares) . 
Typewriter repairs and inspec 

tion 

Gas lamp posts . . . . 
Globes and shade frames 

Total . . . . . 
Less rebates on installations 


$26 10 

12 00 

3,000 00 

58 50 

eneral Revenue. 
Bridges . 


Total 

Revenue Credited to G 
Lighting Boston and Cambridge 
Damage to posts . . . . 


$927,239 94 

$1,746 78 
747 50 




$2,494 28 



The following is a statement of the work during the 
year under the supervision of the Division Engineer. 

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 lamps have been installed on 
Washington street, Park square, Columbus avenue, 
Arlington street and Providence street and Massachu- 
setts avenue between Harvard Bridge and Columbus 
avenue, city proper; Boylston street, Fenway and 
Audubon road, Roxbury; Harvard avenue, Brighton; 
Morton street (new road), West Roxbury; White street, 
Brooks street, East Boston. Thus, throughout the city 
the lighting system has been increased, including the 
boulevard type and magnetite arcs by the installation 
of 115 arc lamps, 217 incandescents and 67 gas lamps at 
various locations. The usual amount of regulation and 
relocation of lamps and services made necessary by 



86 City Document No. 25. 

street construction, the building of sewers and other 
work has been conducted throughout the year. 

Petitions and requests for new lamps received from 
citizens and from officials, also complaints in relation to 
the Lighting Service have been investigated and attended 
to. All streets in the underground district prescribed 
for the year have been inspected and the 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 621.72 

Public footways 9.35 

Park roads, footways and private streets and alleys 

approximately 307 . 12 



Total . 938. 19 

During the year the following defects were reported by 
the police: arc lamps, 4,549; incandescent, 1,631 and gas 
lamps, 2,142. 

There are in operation 21,157 arc, incandescent and 
gas lamps, divided as follows: 5,978 arcs, 5,226 incandes- 
cents and 9,817 single mantle gas lamps and 145 fire alarm 
gas lamps. 

Lamps Installed. 

Magnetite arc lamps 161 

Tungsten lamps 254 

Single mantle gas lamps 119 



534 



Lamps Discontinued. 



Magnetite arc lamps *46 

Tungsten lamps 37 

Single mantle gas lamps 52 

135 

Charlestown. 
*Fifteen magnetite arc lamps changed to 1,000 candle power 
incandescent. 

City Proper. 

*Twenty-four magnetite arc lamps changed to 1,500 candle 
power incandescent. 

Three 60 candle power series mazda lamps transferred from 
Metropolitan District Commission. 



Public Works Department. 87 

Six 250 candle power series mazda lamps transferred from 
Metropolitan District Commission. 

Six 250 caodle power mazda lamps transferred from Metro- 
politan District Commission. Changed from one type to 
another. 

Seven 60 candle power series to 125 candle power series. 

Twelve 60 candle power mult, to 100 candle power mult. 

One 40 candle power series to 125 candle power series. 

Two 40 candle power mult, to 60 candle power mult. 

Two 40 candle power series to 60 candle power series. 



88 



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The following table shows the number of lamps of 
various types in use on January 1, 1927, as compared 
with the number in use on January 1, 1926. 



January, 
1927. 



January, 
1926. 



Increase or 
Decrease. 



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Fire alarm gas 

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9,817 

145 

5,978 

5,226 



9,750 

145 

5,863 

5,009 



21,166 



20,767 



67 

115 

217 



399 



Street Lamp Outages. 

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



Date. 



Arc. 



Incan- 
descent. 



Gas. 



January, 1926 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Jvdy 

August 

September . . . . 

October 

November — 
December. . . . 



147.19 

194.78 

109.44 

53.54 

32.73 

31.46 

40.67 

72.84 

74.98 

85.19 

106.03 

170.53 

1,119.38 



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7.70 
2.33 
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1.16 
1.28 
1.17 
2.56 
2.83 
1.75 
1.59 
15.66 

47.17 



30.42 

85.42 

54.89 

9.49 

5.83 

2.87 

9.48 

9.41 

11.22 

17.90 

12.56 

14.75 

264.26 



90 City Document No. 25. 



Gas Lighting. 

There are 9,817 single mantle gas lamps and 145 
single mantle fire alarm gas lamps. 

The city furnishes the lamp-posts, the Gas Company 
sets the lamp-posts and 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 equip- 
ment, including labor for lighting and care. 

The Lighting Service provides for the gas, lighting 
and care of fire alarm signal lamps and the Fire Depart- 
ment for the posts, setting and repairing of same. 



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Electric Lighting. 

There are 5,978 magnetite arc lamps, 3,455 40 candle 
power; 1,553 60 candle power; 43 100 candle power; 
25 125 candle power; 32 250 candle power; 11 700 
candle power; 15 1,000-candle power; 23 1,100 candle 
power; 69 1,500 candle power incandescent lamps. 

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with the following table. 



Description of Lamps. 


Fixed Costs 

per Lamp 

per Year 

from 

December 7, 

1924. 


Running 

Costs per 

Lamp Hour 

from 

December 7, 

1924. 


40 candle power incandescent lamp 


series 


$10 00 


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40 candle power incandescent lamp, 


multiple .... 


10 


80 


.26 cent 


60 candle power incandescent lamp, 


series 


10 


80 


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60 candle power incandescent lamp, 


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125 candle power incandescent lamp. 


series 


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100 candle power incandescent lamp. 


multiple .... 


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250 candle power incandescent lamp. 


series 


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multiple .... 


32 


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1.3 cent 


1,000 candle power incandescent lamp. 


series 


87 


59 


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1,100 candle power incandescent lamp. 


multiple .... 


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1 .4 cent 


1,500 candle power incandescent lamp, 


series 


36 


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1.5 cent 



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of 100 candle power or less and 5 cents per hour for 
all other lamps is made for outages. 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT, PAVING SERVICE. 

Maintenance. 
Appropriation .... $1,968,699 92 
Transfer from Reserve Fund . 32,000 00 

Transfer from Sanitary Service . 35,563 09 
Transfer from Ferry Service . 12,485 01 

Transfer from Central Office . 3,351 67 

Transfer from Lighting Service 1,254 76 

Transfer from Sewer Service . . 5,235 00 

Transfer from City Debt Require- 
ments, Interest .... 56,000 00 



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$2,089,589 45 



Expended during the year $2,089,589 45 

Special Appropriations. 
Highways, making of: 
Amount expended during the year . . . $265,510 71 

Granolithic Sidewalks. 
Balance January 1, 1926 . . . $277 61 

Appropriation from taxes . . 50,000 00 
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Repairing Streets by contract, 50,000 00 

$100,277 61 

Expended during the year 47,679 92 



,597 69 



Permanent Street Pavement. 

Balance January 1, 1926 $57,575 68 

Expended during the year 57,575 68 

Reconstructing and Repairing Streets by Contract. 
Balance January 1, 1926 . . . $28,322 98 
Appropriation from taxes . . 1,000,000 00 

— $1,028,322 98 

Transfer to granolithic sidewalks .... 50,000 00 

$978,322 98 
Expended during the year 608,543 17 



Balance December 31, 1926 .... $369,779 81 



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Cambridge Street and Court Street. 
Expended during the year $166,765 11 

Dock Square and Faneuil Hall Square Improvement. 
Expended during the year .... 

Garage, Albany Street. 

Balance January 1, 1926 

Transfer from North Beacon street, Brighton 



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Garage, Hancock Street Yard. 

Balance January 1, 1926 

Expended during the year 

Balance December 31, 1926 .... 

Kneeland Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year 

Land, East Boston. 

Balance January 1, 1926 

Expended during the year .... 

Balance December 31, 1926 

Morton Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year .... 

Tremont Street Improvement. 
Expended during the year .... 

Departmental Equipment. 

Loan, inside debt limit $400,000 00 

Expended during the year: 

Sanitary Service .... $291,960 60 
Paving Service .... 63,244 56 

■ ■ 355,205 16 



lOVEMENT. 

$28,604 60 


$206 00 
1,032 77 


$1,238 77 


$1,238 77 


$33,112 25 
32,227 38 


$884 87 


$5,511 63 


$850 00 
210 00 


$640 00 


$151,132 65 


$58,892 47 



Balance December 31, 1926 .... $44,794 84 



Public Works Department. 



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PAVING SERVICE. 

Summary of Expenditures. 

Paving Service maintenance .... 

Highways, making of 

Granolithic sidewalks 

Permanent street pavement 

Reconstructing and repairing streets by contract 

Cambridge street and Court street 

Dock square and Faneuil Hall square 

Garage, Albany street 

Garage, Hancock street yard . 

Kneeland street improvement 

Land, East Boston . 

Morton street improvement 

Tremont street improvement . 

Department equipment . 



*Less amount charged to Sanitary Service . 
Total 



2,089,589 45 

265,510 71 

47,679 92 

57,575 68 

608,543 17 

166,765 11 

28,604 60 

1.238 77 

32,227 38 

5,511 63 

210 00 

151,132 65 

58,892 47 

*355,205 16 

3,868,686 70 
291,960 60 

^3,576,726 10 



Income. 

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to December 31, 1926, and credited to General Revenue: 



Edgestones and sidewalk assessments 

Permits 

Services of inspector 

Labor, materials furnished, etc. 

Total 



$4,211 51 

32,900 34 

1,712 00 

13,293 56 

$52,117 41 



Amount Paid into the City Treasury During the 

Year. 

Edgestone and sidewalk assessments . . . $25,407 33 

Permits 33,132 34 

Services of inspector 1,722 00 

Labor, materials furnished, etc 16,224 80 



Total $76,486 47 



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SCHEDULE A. 
Expenditures foe Fiscal Year 1926. 

Salary of division engineer (part of) 

Salary of engineer in charge (part of) . 

Salaries of office clerks and stenographers . 

Salaries of assistant engineers (office work) . 

Salaries of permit office clerks 

Salaries of permit office inspectors 

Salaries of engineering inspectors (office work) 

Salaries of district inspectors .... 

Salary of medical inspector (part of) 

Medical attendance on injured employees (out 
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Salary of general foreman .... 

Salary of chief veterinarian (part of) 

Salary of inspector of horses .... 

Salary of chief permit inspector and investigator 

Salary of property inspector .... 

Pensions paid to veterans (retired) 

Pensions paid to laborers (retired) 

Compensation allowed injured employees 

Vacations allowed laborers, mechanics, etc. . 

Holidays not including holidays charged to street 
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Military duty 

Postage 

Printing 

Stationery . 

Traveling expenses, car fares, etc. . 

Engineering supplies and incidentals 

Stationery $535 05 

Printing 545 49 

Postage 86 56 

Transit repairs . 331 80 

Transit and rods .... 446 10 

Meals 468 75 

Miscellaneous . 391 08 

Artificial stone sidewalks, new and repairs by 
department force and contractors. (See re- 
constructing and repairing streets by contract), 

Asphalt and bitulithic pavement repairs. Tem- 
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reconstructing and repairing streets by contract) , 

Brick block repairs, labor, teaming, materials 

Wood block repairs, labor, teaming, materials 



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183 33 

10,271 24 

18,560 63 

12,294 39 

24,124 69 

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Crosswalks repaired, not included elsewhere 

Fence repairs 

Plankwalk repairs 

Edgestone, sidewalks and gutters (new) not in- 
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Rent of land, wharves, etc 

Expense of stables, including 
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wagons, carts, etc. . . . $138,964 28 

Amount earned by department 

teams 127,241 75 

Electric lighting at yards and stables . 
Gas lighting at yards and stables .... 
Fuel, for heating offices, buildings and stables 
Electric appliances, labor and materials, yards and 

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

Ice 

Signs, making, repairing, putting up, etc. 
Tools, hardware, etc., new, cost of repairing, etc. 
Oil for lighting around defects, etc. 
Expenses of yards, including salaries of foreman, 

clerks, yardmen, watchman, tool wagons, etc. . 
Repairs of yard buildings, stables, sheds, shanties, 

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848 32 

3,778 91 

1,077 59 

16,351 62 
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Sanding icy and slippery streets 
Repairing culverts .... 
Chests for Central Office, making of 
Premium on surety bonds 
Traverse street subway . 

Derrick repairs 

Repairs to and inspection of typewriters and 

adding machines 

Repairs to snow dumps 

Work done and materials furnished other services, 

other departments, individuals, corporations, 

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Furniture and repairs to same .... 

Miscellaneous 

Photographs 

Stone crusher. South End District, operating 

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Garage, Albany street, employees' wages, fuel, 

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1,558 56 

256 23 

3,639 66 

29 67 

178 20 

125 91 

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47,814 18 

1,779 42 

62,767 26 



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Brought forivard $603,002 03 

Garage, Hancock street, employees' wages, fuel 

gasolene, supplies, repairs, etc 5,915 70 

Steam rollers: 

Cost of operating, repairs, sup- 
plies, etc $23,202 43 

Amount earned .... 22,881 00 

321 43 

Buffalo Springfield steam roller, 15 tons 6,950 00 

Wehr snow loader and grader 1,958 50 

Barber-Green snow loaders (2) .... 11,097 60 
Automobiles : 

One Reo speed wagon 1,340 00 

Three Reo sedans 5,615 00 

One Willys-Knight sedan 1,625 00 

Seven Whippet sedans ...... 5,049 50 



Credits: 

Asphalt plant, Brighton : 

Value of material used on streets. 
Operating expense, repairs, etc. 

Amount earned by cement mixers 
Amount earned by tractors 
Automobiles : 

Amount earned .... 
Cost of operation repairs, etc. 

Stock: 

Materials delivered on streets 
Cost of materials . $104,291 32 
Labor, handling 

and teaming . 21,978 10 



,874 76 



Snow loaders: 
Amount earned 
Cost of operating, etc. 



$35,664 75 






34,428 99 


$1,235 76 
931 11 
407 11 




$153,949 50 






88,793 25 


65,156 25 








$194,244 16 






126,269 42 


67,974 74 




$16,273 75 






6,873 05 


9,400 70 













145,105 67 






$497,769 09 



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109 



The Number of Loads of Snow Removed from January 1, 1926, to 
December 31, 1926. 



District. 



Single* 



Double.! 



Auto 
Trucks.J 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Cost.§ 



South Boston . . 
East Boston. . . 
Charlestown . . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester. . . . 

Roxbury 

City Proper . . . 

Ashmont 

Hyde Park.... 



1,297 
1,831 
3,403 



3,623 



1,228 
2,347 
2,684 

909 
3,516 

586 



1,082 

248 

2,774 

1,319 

836 



1,799 
652 



10,706 
74 
100 
3,371 
3,793 
4,691 
1,431 

19,554 
1,166 
1,051 



77,699 

4,106 

10,652 

20,970 

33,536 

36,797 

16,462 

119,142 

19,425 

9,434 



$43,085 40 
18,174 10 
25,504 06 
38,778 17 
47,322 31 
57,850 56 
88,205 26 

129,228 80 
30,334 66 
12,560 15 



Totals. 



17,801 



12,333 



45,937 



348,223 



S491,043 47 



* Single loads, 2 cubic yards. 

t Double loads, 3 cubic yards. 

j .\uto truck loads, 6 cubic yards. 

§ Includes cost of plowing gutters, cleaning sidewalks and picking ice not carted away. 

Also automobile snow plows furnished by contractors. 



New Granolithic Sidewalks Laid by Department Forces During 1926. 



District. 


Square 

Feet. 


Location of Work. 




495 

554 

1,202 

7,873 








Charlestown 

Brighton 


Sutherland road. 
Beryl street. 




Arcadia terrace. 






South End 


Massachusetts avenue. Beacon street, Stuart 




street. 


North End 




Hyde Park 








Totals 


10,124 









no 



City Document No. 25. 



Edgestone and Brick Sidewalk Recapitulation for 1926. 



District. 


Edgestone, 
Linear 
Feet. 


Brick 

Sidewalk, 

Square 

Yards. 


South Boston, Paving District, No. 1 

East Boston, Paving District, No. 2 

Charlestown, Paving District, No. 3 

Brighton, Paving District, No. 4 

West Roxbury, Paving District, No. 5 

Dorchester, Paving District, No. 6 

Roxbury, Paving District, No. 7 


269 
585 

628 

324 

1,339 

1,091 

206 

1,367 

389 


23J 
21 

51 


Ashmont, Paving District, No. 9 

North End, Paving District, No. 10 

Hyde Park, Paving District, No. 11 


— 


Totals 


6,198 


951 







Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from January 1, 1926, to 
December 31, 1926. 



District. 


Single.* 


Doublet 


Auto 
Trucks.! 


Cubic 
Yards. 




32 

271 

138 

1,179 

2,663 

551 

2,978 

5 

1,967 

1,000 


1,246 

351 
4,773 

439 
1,223 

418 

300 


1,108 

1,844 

3,219 

203 

946 

17 

268 

85 


9,172 


East Boston 


271 


Charlestown 

Brighton 


138 
12,945 




31,523 


Dorchester 

Roxbury 

South End 


2,647 

11,100 

107 


Ashmont 

North End 


4,411 


Hyde Park 


2,110 


Totals 


10,784 


8,750 


7,690 


74,424 



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j Auto truck loads, 6 cubic yards. 



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Street Openings. 

Under Classes 1 and 2 of the schedule of permit fees, 
permits were issued for openings in public ways, as 
follows : 



To Whom Issued. 


Number of 
Permits. 


Length of 
Feet. 


Sewer and Water Services 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 


3,750 

2,252 

186 

84 

4,831 

2,892 

756 

793 


45,000 
56,300 
27,900 

2,100 

338,170 

144,600 

56,800 

19,825 


Boston Elevated Railway 


Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric Light 
Company .... . . . 


Edison Electric Illuminating Company 


Miscellaneous 


New England Telephone and Telegraph Company 
Emergency permits used and returned 








15,544 


690,695 



Making a total length 
one hundred thirty miles. 
24,299. 

Permits for other than 
issued as follows: 



of openings approximatelj'' 
Total of all permits issued, 

street openings have been 



Cleaning snow from roof . 
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 
Raising and lowering safes, etc. 
Emergency for above 
Special permits 

Total 



78 

490 

1,433 

4,348 

18 

9 

1,318 

89 

415 

557 

8,755 



The revenue from issuing permits amounted to 
$32,900.34. Of this amount $26,823.34 was deposited 
with the City Collector and $6,077 was billed to public 
service corporations. 

Bonds. 

There are now on file 2,680 surety bonds, in amounts 
of one, three and twenty thousand dollars, covering the 
city against claims for damages, etc., through the use of 
permits. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 





HIGHWAY DIVISION - 


' PAVING SERVICE - 


- DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION 


'GRANOLITHIC SIDEWALKS 


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Boyleton street 


Everett street 




Artificial Stone walks... 


1,061 


13,300 


Se.430 00 


$3,095 27 


.2.985 23 


1,890 














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153 23 


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226 


2,034 


295 2« 


128 « 


130 


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Artificial stone walks.. 


1.086 


7.256 


1.899 15 


220 05 


145 


120 00 




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125 








= 


264 


7,256 




Completed November 23, 1926. . 
Completed August 13. 1926 


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Artificial stone walks.. 
Artificial stone walks.. 

Artificial stone walks . . . 


166 


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1,340 80 


JmZ 


2,709 


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680 


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Completed September 29. 1926. . 
Completed November 23. 1926. . 
Completed September 27. 1926. . 

Completed August 19. 1926 

Completed November 15. 1926. . 
Completed August 30. 1926. 

Completed August 25. 1926 


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Johnlandis 


Artificial Htone walks... 
Ar tificial stone walks. .- 


'5 


3289 


1,326 82 


25 98 


» 


195 00 


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190 
2.242 




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15,467 




10 






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Adams street 

Washington street 


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mLTZIIvI,.- 


1^: 


1.801 


851 62 
2,300 81 






297 00 












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13 


1,253 


78 


«i 


1,801 




Completed September 20. 1926. . 
Completed October 2, 1926 


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Artificial stone walks.. 


4,3 


3.S35 


1.039 36 


964 95 


024 


273 00 












51. 






Completed December 13. 1926... 


29 


















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• Credit (old bricks). JS-i. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 







HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE — DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION ' 


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2.222 rA 

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Deparlmcnt forces 

J. J. McCurlby Company . . 
Henry F Mnlley 

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Completed September 27. 1926. . . 
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Completed DeoemberS, 1029. . . 
Completed December i. £938 . . . 


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Completed October 15. 1926 
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Completed September 10, 1926.. 

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



HIGHWAY DIVISION — PAVING SERVICE — DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION "SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS." 







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Roston * Albany 


J. A. SiDgarelln 


Rcmo^-ing buildings 

Construct garage - 
Removing buildings, etc 

Bitulithic 


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58.761 76 


■103.005 50 

133.561 05 
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$38,858 S4 


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30,462 






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HIGHWAY DIVISION- 


-PAVING SERVICE— DETAIL OF WORK DONE BY CONTRACT AND CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION 


"PERMANENT STREET PAVEMENT." 
















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Public Works Department. 113 



APPENDIX D. 



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



Boston, January 1, 1927. 

Mr. James H. Sullivan, 

Commissioner of Public Works: 
Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a statement of the 
activities and expenditures of the various services of the 
Sewer and Sanitarj^ Division for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1926. 

The maintenance expenditures of the Sewer and 
Sanitary Division were as follows: 

Sewer Service $688,876 44 

Sanitary Service 3,095,461 84 



5,784,338 28 



Sewer Service. 

During the fiscal year 1926 there were built through- 
out the city 14.58 miles of sanitary sewers and surface 
drains, making a total of 1,010.32 miles of comraon 
sewers and surface drains, which added to 30.93 miles 
of intercepting sewers, makes a grand total of 1,041.25 
miles of common and intercepting sewers under the care 
of the Sewer Division on January 1, 1927. 

Three hundred twenty six catch-basins were built or 
rebuilt during the year, making a total of 17,443 under 
the care of the Sewer Division on January 1, 1927. 
Ten thousand eight hundred forty-five (10,845) catch- 
basins and 158 drop inlets were cleaned out by contract, 
the total amount of material removed being 34,726.48 
cubic yards. 



114 City Document No. 25. 

The principal work built, together with the sewerage 
works recommended for the coming year, is as follows : 

City Proper. 

Pipe sewers encased in concrete were constructed in 
Alley No. 554, Appleton street, Liberty square. Battery- 
march street and Parkman street, replacing old inade- 
quate and broken down structures. The surface drains 
in a portion of Arlington street and Providence street, 
on account of their being badly cracked and settled, 
were also rebuilt and encased in concrete. 

Sewerage works will be required in Faneuil Hall 
square, Dock square. Union street and Kneeland street, 
on account of street widenings. A new chamber and 
regulator should be built in Beacon street for the 
Brimmer street district. The Charter street overflow 
should be rebuilt and a sand catcher built on the east 
side intercepting sewer in Commercial street at North 
street. 

ROXBURY. 

On petition of the abutters sewerage works were 
built in Sunset street, Sunnyside street and Spring 
court, and the old sewers rebuilt in Dana street and 
Leon street. A portion of the surface drain in Pilgrim 
road was lowered to clear a subway to be constructed 
across Pilgrim road to connect the Deaconess Hospital 
buildings, the sewer changes being made by them at 
their expense. 

Sewerage works should be constructed for the peti- 
tioners in Alley No. 931, which is between Boylston 
street and Peterborough street, Bowditch court, Cum- 
mington street and the Riverway from Deaconess 
road to Berners street. 

South Boston. 
Pipe sewers were built for the petitioners in East 
Seventh street and Marine road. A sand catcher is 
required on the intercepting sewer in East First street 
at I street. 

East Boston and Charlestown. 

No important sewerage works were built in these 
districts, but minor improvements have been made in 
the present system. 

In East Boston contracts have been awarded for 



Public Woeks Department. 115 

sewerage works in Lubec street, Webster street and 
Marginal street outlet. The Massachusetts Legislature, 
by chapter 259, of the Acts of 1926, has authorizfed the 
city to construct outlet sewers and overflows and a 
pumping station for the Porter street district at an 
estimated cost of $650,000. 

Brighton. 

Sewerage works were built in Wade street, Greylock 
road, Gordon street, Montcalm avenue, Antwerp street, 
Ascot street, Benson street. Cygnet street and Duval 
street, in advance of chapter "393" street construction 
and in North Crescent circuit, Morris street, Brayton 
road. North Harvard street, Dickinson road, Common- 
wealth avenue, Cambridge street and Royal road for 
the petitioners. 

Sewerage works should be built in Bennett street, 
which has been ordered constructed under chapter 
*'393" Acts of 1906, and for the petitioners in Colonial 
road and Lane park. To improve drainage conditions 
sewerage works should be constructed in Arthur street 
and for the easterly branch of Shepard brook in Everett 
street, between Adams street and Hichborn street. 

West Roxbury. 

A section of the 17-foot by 13-foot 9-inch reinforced 
concrete Stony brook conduit is under construction in 
Brookstone street. The 3-foot 3-inch circular concrete 
conduit for Goldsmith brook has been built in Pond 
street, Rockwood street and private land for a distance 
of about 1,200 feet. In Addington road extension a 
sanitary sewer was constructed to provide an outlet for 
an area in the town of Brookline. About nine thousand 
five hundred (9,500) cubic yards of deposited material 
was removed from 6,800 linear feet of the open channel 
of the Canterbury branch of Stony brook, between its 
outlet at the main channel of Stony brook and Harvard 
street. Surface drains of various sizes were built in 
Corey and Pomfret streets for a distance of 2,100 linear 
feet. Sewerage works were built in Maple, Walworth 
and Montview streets in advance of street construction. 
In answer to petitions sewerage works were constructed 
in Hopkins road, St. Peter street, St. Joseph street, 
Rockwood street, Louder's lane, View South avenue, 
Pershing road and Williams street in the Jamaica Plain 
section; in Whipple avenue. Palfrey street, West Border 



116 City Document No. 25. 

road, Hillside avenue, Clarendon avenue, Parkway 
avenue and West Roxbury Parkway in the Roslindale 
section; and in Weld street, Whiting street, Harwood 
street, Keith street. Baker street, Elmwood street, 
Pender street, Summer street, Willowdean avenue. 
Woodward road, Stratford street, Lasell street, Boxford 
terrace, Nut street, Riverview street, Alaric street and 
Realton road in the upper West Roxbury section. 

Contracts have been awarded for sewerage works in 
Vermont street, Russett road, Pierpont road, La Grange 
street, Casper street, Varick road, Worley street. Beech 
street, private land, between Roslindale avenue and 
Metropolitan avenue. Pheasant street and Winton 
street outlet. 

Sewerage works are required in Aldrich street. El- 
dredge road, Midvale road, Murray Hill road, Nikisch 
avenue, Rodman street, Roslindale avenue and Stellman 
road, which have been ordered constructed under 
chapter "393," Acts of 1906; in Ashland street, which 
was ordered widened under a special act of the Legisla- 
ture; for the Arboretum Heights and Captain John's Hill 
developments, in Cedar street. Centre street. Cottage 
avenue. Dale street, Ferndale road, Hayes road. Little- 
dale street, Maynard street, private land off South 
street, Rossmore road, Summit road, Winslow street, 
Thurlow street. Wolf street, Burard street and Wood- 
brier road, for which petitions have been received. 
The Roslindale brook. Spring Street brook, Cowing 
street, with its outlet in Stony Brook Reservation and 
Washington street and an extension of the main line 
of the Stony brook should also be built. 

Dorchester. 

Sewerage works were built for the petitioners in Bis- 
marck street, Codman street, Codman Hill avenue, 
Colorado street, Danube street, Duxbury road. Elm 
avenue, Wilcox road. Fuller street, Hosmer street, Men- 
ton street, Milton street, Milton avenue, extension 
Messinger street, Myrtlebank avenue, Mt. Bowdoin 
terrace, Ormand street outlet. Outlook road, Orlando 
street, Richard terrace and Rockdale street, in advance 
of street construction in Courtland road, Fessenden 
street, Hollingsworth street, Regina road, Verdun 
street, Westmore road, Hillsdale street and Oakland 



Public Woeks Department. 117 

street and under release to Cheverus road, Glide street, 
Flavia street, Mercer street, Hurlcroft street, Rosario 
street and Fairfax terrace. 

Work has been started by the Transit Department on 
the sewer changes made necessary by the extension of 
the Dorchester Rapid Transit facilities along the line 
of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

Sewerage works are proposed in Fossdale road. Green- 
mount street and Melville avenue, on account of their 
being ordered constructed under chapter ''393" of the 
Acts of 1906; in Oakland street, Morton street. River 
street and the Southern Artery, which are ordered con- 
structed under a special act of the Legislature; and in 
Chester street, Milton avenue, Violante street, Wilder 
road and the outlet for the Prendergast Tuberculosis 
Hospital Camp, on account of petitions and in Dorches- 
ter avenue, private land for Davenport brook and a 
new regulator and rebuilding of the overflow on the 
Dorchester intercepting sewer at Mt. Vernon street, to 
improve the general conditions of the sewer system. 

Hyde Park. 

Sewerage works have been built for the petitioners in 
Moody street. Beacon street, Dedham street, Erie 
street, Foster street, Huntington avenue, Roanoke road, 
Ruskin road, Tyler street and Vose avenue; Sumner brook 
was built between the Neponset river and River street. 

Sewerage works will be required in River street, which 
has been ordered constructed under a special act of the 
Legislature. Blake street. Business street, Barry street, 
River street, Perkins avenue, with its outlet in private 
land, Garfield avenue, Huntington avenue and Sunnyside 
street should be built in answer to petitions. 

Pumping Station — Calf Pasture. 

Electric power equipment was installed for No. 1 and 
No. 2 pumps, new petroleum oil burners for No. 1 
boiler and grout was placed under and around the new 
boiler foundations to stop settlement. 

Moon Island. 
The fence with concrete posts was extended along the 
causeway for a distance of 640 linear feet, and consider- 
able repairing was done to the roadways. 



118 City Document No. 25. 

Sanitary Service. 

The most critical time of the year for this service has 
always been the winter, when not only the extra work 
of snow removal has to be performed, but also the regu- 
lar work of removing ashes, garbage and refuse under 
trying conditions. In former years the collection of 
material fell behind the schedule at each snow storm. 
During the heavy snow storms of the month of Decem- 
ber of this year, however, this service with the additional 
sixty large 14 cubic yard trucks purchased by his Honor 
the Mayor not only collected all ashes, garbage and 
rubbish, but assisted to a great extent in the ploughing 
and removal of snow in the congested districts. 

This service during the year accomplished a great 
amount of work and rendered a more extensive service 
than in any previous year, and with the additional 
equipment purchased this year this division will be in a 
most advantageous position to meet the demands of the 
public for regular collection of ashes, rubbish and 
garbage. 

The shortage of available dumping facilities within 
economic haul is presenting an acute problem that is 
forcing the city to consider other means of disposal. 
This is especially true in the contract districts where the 
contractor not only collects ashes, rubbish, etc., but 
must also find a place to dispose of same without creating 
a nuisance. 

Street Cleaning Service. 

By the increased use of motor pick-up sweepers very 
effective work was accomplished in cleaning the streets. 
The purchase of (4) additional Kinney Springfield type 
sweepers during the year, bringing the total up to (9) 
Springfield and (2) Elgin, has allowed of a more frequent 
cleaning of many of our suburban main streets. 

With the installation of modern methods and modern 
equipment for snow removal, excellent work was accom- 
plished in the cleaning of the streets after each storm in 
the last month of this year when the heaviest snow 
storms occurred. 

The cleaning of streets has always been a very difficult 
problem in the past, and with the introduction of the 
motor vehicle for transportation like the parking question 
it has now become a real trouble. Our down town 
streets are now filled with automobiles parked next to 



Public Works Department. 119 

the curb until the midnight hours, and has added to the 
difficulty in thoroughly cleaning the streets. Streets 
cannot be cleaned in the day time because of traffic 
interruption, and therefore only a few hours between 
midnight and six o'clock in the morning are available 
for cleaning in our down town districts. 

Sources from which most of our dirt collects on the 
streets are as follows : Excrement of animals, materials 
lost by passing vehicles, dirt swept from sidewalks and 
thrown from buildings into street, dirt from unpaved 
alleys, falling leaves, building construction, and the 
careless pedestrian who throws his newspaper, cigarette, 
cigar butts and gum wrappers on to the street. 

Yours respectfully, 

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



120 



City Document No. 25. 



SANITARY SERVICE. 



Financial Statement. 

Appropriation 

Expended by Sanitary Service, $2,050,603 65 
Expended by Street Cleaning and 

Oiling Service .... 1,044,858 19 



Transferred to City Treasury and other serv- 
ices 



;,129,825 53 



3,095,461 84 



$34,363 69 



Income. 
Statement showing the amount of bills and cash 
deposited with the City Collector from January 1, 1926, 
to December 31, 1926, and credited to General Revenue. 



Tickets and bills for the removal of ashes and 

waste .... 
Sale of manure 
Rents .... 
Repairs on express wagon 
Miscellaneous 

Total 



$101,141 10 

2,002 21 

788 62 

23 23 

38 00 

$103,993 16 



Amount Paid into the City Treasuey During the Year. 

Removal of ashes and waste .... $101,141 10 

Sale of manure 

Rents 

Junk 

Sign . 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



1,803 99 

788 62 

70 00 

10 50 

131 00 

$103,945 21 



Total Cost of House Dirt, Waste, Rubbish and Offal, 1926. 

Salaries, division engineer, supervisor, general 

foreman and medical inspector . . $6,658 35 

Office supplies and expenses, printing, station- 
ery, etc 3,169 01 



Carried forward 



),827 36 



Public Works Department. 121 

Brought forward $9,827 36 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account . . 1,319,581 72 

House offal account 604,038 19 

Retired veterans' pensions . $2,308 39 

Retired laborers' pensions . 5,913 56 

— 8,221 95 



Total $1,941,669 22 

Construction Repairs and Horseshoeing 
Account. 

Expended for labor . $92,986 63 

Expended for stock . 37,379 55 

— ■ — 130,366 18 



Work Done for Other Services. 
Paving Service .... $5,038 37 
Street Cleaning .... 13,077 16 
Water Service .... 3,316 22 



1,072,035 40 



21,431 75 



Total $2,050,603 65 



122 



City Document No. 25. 



Items of Expenditures for the Year 1926. 



Salary, division engineer (in part) 

Salary, supervisor (in part) 

Salary, medical inspector (in part) 

Salary, chief veterinary (in part) 

Salary, foreman 

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 team^ on ashes 

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

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

Hyde Park. 

Holidays, pay allowed 

Vacations, pay allowed 

Grain 

Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and pay allowed injured employees 

Veterinary services and medicines 

Horses, draught 

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 supphes, etc 

Automobile expense 

Retired veterans' pensions 

Retired laborers' pensions 

Rent 

Telephone tolls and rentals 

Total 



$2,500 00 

1,750 00 

1,158 35 

1,250 00 

17,400 00 

2,721 56 

610,143 29 

45,085 65 

353,254 68 

94,072 09 

127,426 60 

282,436 00 

123,200 00 

111,649 90 

29,409 76 

19,224 41 

27,481 46 

15,036 38 

262 46 

1,400 00 

15,839 09 

107,265 88 

10,044 39 

3,739 94 

661 88 

3,212 92 

3,168 76 

28,995 55 

2,308 39 

59,113 56 

1,822 50 

768 20 



$2,050,603 65 



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City Document No. 25. 



House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 



Loads. 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Tons. 



1922* 
1923* 
1924* 
1925 t 
1926.. 



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280,448 
276,818 
239,840 
232,670 



1,025,555 
1,065,625 
1,099,636 

984,287 
1,035,160 



417,915 
434,234 
448,094 
401,087 
421,828 



House Offal Removed. 



Years. 


Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


1922* 


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50,115 
50,584 
46,093 

48,738 


110,555 
127,052 
142,822 
137,597 
161,551 


71,175 

74,962 
84,264 
81,176 
95,315 


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1925 t 

1926 



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Loads. 


Cubic 
Yards. 




Yeabs. 


Paper 
Carts. 


Market 
Wagons. 


Tons. 


1922* 


2,850 
1,924 
1,901 
1,772 
1,783 


4,055 
4,589 
4,601 
4,192 
4,438 


54,071 

53,409 
53,443 

47,712 
49,768 


6,455 


1923 * 


6,394 
6,390 
5,851 
6,131 


1924 * 


1925 T 


1926 





Loads of Material Collected. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


OffaL 


Rubbish. 


Total 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1922 * 

1923 * 

1924* 

1925 t 

1926 


272,245 
280,448 
276,818 
239,840 
232,670 


44,860 
50,115 
50,584 
46,093 

48,738 


6,905 
6,513 
6,502 
5,964 
6,221 


324,010 
337,076 
333,904 
291,897 
287,629 


495,545 
515,590 
538,748 
488,114 
523 274 







* During the years 1922 to 1924 inclusive the financial year was from February 1 to 
January 31 of next year. 
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Summary. 



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61,236 



169,745 
36,129 



Final Disposition of all Material in Loads and Tons (2,000 Pounds). Collected 
by the Sanitary Service January 1 to December 31, 1926. 



Cl.^ss of Refuse, 


Coleman Disposal 
Company. 


Collected and 

Disposed op by 

Contractors. 


Total 
Loads. 


Total 
Tons. 




Loads. 


Tons. 


Loads. 


Tons. 






167,259 

42,190 

6,221 


252,086 

72,803 

6,131 


65,411 

6,548 


169,742 
22,512 


232,670 

48,738 

6,221 


421,828 


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6,131 










Total 


215,670 


331,020 


71,959 


192,254 


287,629 


523,274 









Cost of Collection and Disposal 


of Refuse by Day 


Labor Force in the C 


ity of Boston for the Year End 


ng December i\, 1925. 






Chab^icter of Refuse. 


Cost pek Ton by Distbicts. 


Cost of Distbicts. 




Districts 
and Popu- 
lation. 


Tons 
(2,000 
Ib.s.) 


Total 
Tons. 


To CoUect. 


For Disposal. 


Total 

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To Collect. 


Total Cost 
to Collect. 


For 
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Total Cost 
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Total Cost 

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Total Cost 
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Collection 
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[Mixed refuse, prinoipfllly ashes (no kitchen wastes) .... 


28,152 

5,247 

78 


■ 33,477 
23,63i 

' '107,627 

93,422 

59,243 


$2 9135 
6 6029 
6 5128 


$0 0941 


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6029 
6 5128 


$82,020 61 

34,645 43 

508 00 




$2,650 00 








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Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company. 














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


21,766 
1,865 


Av. J3 5001 
$2 4362 
6 9898 


Av. $0 0941 
$0 4751 


Av. J3 5942 
$2 9113 
6 9898 


$53,027 86 
13,035 98 




$10,340 60 




$119,824 04 


$1 7238 


Coleman Disposal Company. 


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Coleman Disposal Company . 




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




66,063 84 




10,340 60 


76,404 44 


1 9524 




78,146 
28,461 
1,020 

73,304 
16,307 
3,811 


Av. $2 7533 
$3 5943 
3 7105 
11 6643 


Av. $0 4751 
$0 0264 


Av. $3 2284 
$3 6207 
3 7105 
11 6643 


$280,883 28 
105,605 18 
11,897 60 


$2,064 25 


Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company. 


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




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2,064 25 


400,450 31 


2 5729 




Av. $3 7015 
$3 9575 
5 9735 
11 7552 


Av. SO 0264 
$0 0345 
1724 


Av. $3 7279 
$4 6619 
6 1459 
11 7552 


$290,096 48 
97,410 41 
44,799 18 


$2,532 00 
2,811 50 


Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company. 
Coleman Disposal Company. 


























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




432,306 07 




5,343 50 


437,649 57 


3 7405 




50,715 
7,306 
1,222 


Av. $4 6274 
$2 9282 
4 6726 
9 5243 


Av. $0 0572 


Av. $4 6846 
S2 9282 
4 6726 
9 5243 


$148,506 08 
34,138 29 
11,638 70 




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194,283 07 
345,000 00 


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Av. $1 1512 


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$365,398 35 


$1,573,611 43 


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* The amount paid to Coleman Disposal Company is for disposal of all refuse collected by the city force and Dorchester contracts. 

District 6 on page 168. Total as above $1,573,611 43 

Add total of contract table, page 127 476,992 22 

Net amount of appropriation $2,050,603 65 

Coleman Disposal Company's contract calls for $345,000 per year. 





































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City Document No. 25. 



CITY bF BOSTON cHARLEStO) 
SANITARY DISTRICTS 

1926 




FIGURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1926 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE: ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST 
PER CAPITA FOR THE YEAR. 



Public Works Department. 



129 



SEWER AND SANITARY DIVISION 

CLEANING SERVICE. 

General administration : 

Salary, division engineer (in 

part) $1,781 00 

Salary, deputy supervisor . 3,500 00 
Pensions, retired veterans . 3,048 70 
Pensions, retired laborers . 6,696 14 
Annuity, Acts of 1920 — chap- 
ter 132 . . . . . 600 00 
Salary, medical inspectors (in 
^ part) . .... 841 67 
Salary, chief veterinarian (in 

part) 1,000 00 

Telephone 755 81 

Printing and stationery . . 1,029 09 
Injured emploj^ees . . . 3,848 88 
Advertising .... 9 50 
Miscellaneous . . . . 119 00 
Salary — • chauffeur — divi- 
sion engineer . . . 815 63 
Auto repairs and maintenance . 886 94 



STREET 



General expenses other than general 
Wages, stablemen 
Wages, yardmen 
Wages, watchmen 
Wages, clerks .... 
Hay, grain and straw 

Light 

Veterinary service and medicine, 
Horseshoeing .... 

Harnesses, etc 

Fuel 

Miscellaneous .... 
Stable and yards, rent of 
Stable and yards, supplies 
Stable and yards, building re- 
pairs 

Horses — new .... 

Dump R. & M 

Auto repairs and maintenance, 



Carried forward 



administration : 

$45,223 59 

9,998 08 

6,521 50 

5,493 50 

34,013 33 

1,128 27 

350 33 

1,973 50 

756 90 

538 40 

220 97 

150 00 

1,256 73 

402 06 

2,425 00 

56 00 

6,256 66 



$24,932 36 



116,764 82 
$141,697 18 



130 



City Document No. 25. 



Brought forward 


$141,697 18 


Operating expenses : 




Salaries, district foremen . 


$20,954 24 


Salaries, inspectors . 


44,922 14 


Wages, laborers . 


561,575 95 


Holidays and pay allowed 


32,869 00 


Vacations .... 


20,826 86 


Shops, labor for repairs 


23,532 51 


Dumps, use of . 


626 50 


Veterinary hospital . 


889 50 


Snow license 


500 00 


Cart repairs 


2,974 36 


Tool and repairs 


514 24 


Vehicle supplies 


112 78 


Sweeping machine repairs 


97 56 


Push carts and barrels 


1,281 60 


Push brooms, teamster brooms 


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1,316 00 


Machine brooms 


2,928 00 


Sand 


1,102 50 


Water cart hose 


106 72 


Shovels, hoes and picks, etc. 


2,473 00 


Hired autos 


62,749 60 


Hired teaming . 


57 50 


Miscellaneous 


438 73 


Sand barrels, etc. 


168 00 


Lunches, snow removal 


4,647 65 


Hire of horses . 


240 00 


Shops, stock for repairs 


11,097 04 


Autos, repairs and maintenanc 


e, 52,700 15 




— 851,702 13 


Total . ., . 


$993,399 31 



STREET WATERING AND OILING BRANCH. 

General administration : 

Salary, division engineer (in 

part) 

Printing and stationery 

Telephone 

Miscellaneous .... 
Auto repairs and maintenance. 



00 

95 00 

48 07 

5 10 

1,505 00 



General expense other than general administration: 
Wages of stablemen . . . $786 50 

Horseshoeing .... 248 00 

Hay and grain .... 502 95 



L,747 17 



Carried forward 



,537 45 



,747 17 



Public Works Department. 



Brought forward . . . $1,537 45 

Miscellaneous .... 108 32 

Shops, stock for repairs . 126 97 

Auto repairs and maintenance, 1,014 03 

Operating expenses : 

Road oil ... . 

Sand 

Standpipes, hydrant repairs 

Tools .... 

Push brooms 

Cart repairs 

Teaming 

Miscellaneous 
Inspection : 

General foreman 

Oil ... . 

Water .... 

Calcide 

Sanding . . . 

Building repairs 
Labor : 

Oil ... . 

Water .... 

Sanding 

Calcide 

Standpipe and hydrants 

Vacation 

Holiday 

Yard and building repairs 



Street cleaning expenditures . $993,399 31 
Street watering and oiling ex- 
penditures .... 51,458 88 



131 

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2,786 77 

20,914 73 
6,386 44 
112 15 
34 75 
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224 42 
395 00 

19 50 

2,000 00 

2,190 92 

194 79 

20 54 

826 67 
88 79 

1,532 33 
661 30 

6,291 54 

81 00 

512 50 

735 09 

589 23 

2,963 25 

$51,458 88 



,044,858 19 



132 



City Document No. 25. 



DISTRIBUTION OF EXPENDITURES. 



Removing snow .... $286,769 45 
Snow work on crossings and 

gutters 9,795 76 

Flushing streets .... $72,673 15 

Street patrolling by teams . 52,468 34 

Street patrolling by push carts . 158,188 78 

Refuse box collections . . . 24,792 00 

Cleaning of paved streets . 244,631 11 

Cleaning of macadam streets 66,932 33 
Cleaning of streets by Elgin and 

Springfield sweepers . . . 70,004 34 

Sanding of slippery streets . . 7,114 05 



Total 

Oiling of public streets and ways 
Watering public streets and ways 

Total 



$296,565 21 



696,834 10 

$993,399 31 

48,495 98 

2,962 90 

1,044,858 19 



Summary. 



Items. 


Street Cleaning Branch. 


Street Watering and Oilini; 
Branch. 




1924-25. 


1925. 


1926. 


1924-25. 


1925. 


1926. 




$685,772 62 

11,246 50 

141,689 31 


$582,879 49 

27,366 90 

127,502 64 


$794,049 39 

62,807 10 

136,542 82 


$27,454 38 
16,153 75 
35,868 77 


$17,860 00 

5,176 50 

30,384 38 


$19,568 45 




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Supplies and repairs 


31.495 43 


Totals 


$841,708 43 


$737,749 03 


$993,399 31 


$79,476 90 


$53,420 88 


$51,458 88 



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City Document No. 25. 



SEWER SERVICE. 



The work of the Sewer Service carried on under 
chapters 27 and 39, Revised Ordinances of 1925, and the 
following statutes: 

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

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

Chapter 550, 1907. 

Chapter 204, 1908. 

Chapter 514, 1908. 

Chapter 74, Special Acts of 1908. 

The Duties of the Sewer Service. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all sewerage 
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 the public streets 
with reference to their probable interference with 
sewerage works. 



Total number of permanent employees on pay 

roll December 31, 1925 . 
Total number of permanent employees on pay 

roll December 31, 1926 .... 
Total amount of weekly pay roll for week ending 

December 31, 1925 

Total amount of weekly pay roll for week ending 

December 31, 1926 

Total amount of monthly pay roll December 31 

1925 

Total amount of monthly pay roll December 31 

1926 

* Total amount of monthly pension roll Decem 

ber31, 1925: 

Veterans 

Laborers . . . 



341 
327 
,189 17 
,674 35 
$366 67 
$375 02 



$235 88 
$210 76 



* Chapter 32, General Laws (veterans), chapter 413, Acts of 1911, and amendments 
thereto (laborers). 



Public Works Department. 135 

Total amount of monthly pension roll December 
berSl, 1926: 

Veterans $235 87 

Laborers $180 38 

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

Maintenance $8,295 48 

Construction $3,964 55 

Average number of permanent men employed . 335 

Number of men on pension roll December 
31, 1925: 

Veterans 4 

Laborers 7 

Number of men on pension roll December 
31, 1926: 

Veterans 4 

Laborers 6 

Rate of wages paid common laborers ... $5 00 

Two thousand eight hundred and sixty-one (2,861) 
permits have been issued as follows: 271 to district 
foremen; 208 to contractors for new construction work; 
2,382 to drain layers for repairing or lajdng new house 
drains. 

Entrance fees to the amount of $12,745.24 have been 
deposited with the City Collector for collections from 
estates upon which no sewer assessment was ever paid, 
in accordance with the City Ordinances of 1910, chapter 
9, section 10. 

Nine hundred sixty-two (962) complaints on floodings 
and other causes have been investigated and reported 
on; also the gasolene traps in five hundred thirty-nine 
(539) garages have been inspected. 

Plans for the assessment of estates, on account of 
sewer construction, have been furnished the Board of 
Street Commissioners, representing 31,986.34 linear feet 
of sewers and appurtenances, costing $269,396.02. 

Seven hundred eighty (780) notices have been mailed 
to abutters in conformity with an extract from the 
Revised Ordinances, which says, ''that all abutters shall 
be notified when the Commissioner of Public Works 
proposes to build a new sewer or repair an old sewer to 
afford abutters facilities for entering the sewer." 

Reported to the City Collector on four thousand three 
hundred one (4,301) municipal liens in accordance with 
chapter 60, section 23 of the General Laws; in addition 
there were 7,500 reported on orally to persons making 
requests at the sewer office. 



136 



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MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES JANUARY 1, 1926, 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1926. 



Sewer Service. 

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

Moon Island 

Main and intersecting sewers 



$138,836 19 

30,112 95 

46,477 96 

24,754 15 

8,245 79 

1,407 10 

1,080 42 



Maintenance . 



Stony Brook. 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 



Cleaning catch-basins . 
Yards and lockers 
Employed at yards 

Automobiles $34,580 27 

Horses, carts, harnesses, etc 1,243 13 

Teaming 7,297 21 

$43,120 61 
Less amount earned by service teams and auto 

trucks 17,416 34 

Cleaning sewers 

Office salaries 

Office expense 

Repairing department buildings $741 77 

Repairing catch-basins. South Boston 2,157 00 

Repairing catch-basins, East Boston . 1,581 61 

Repairing catch-basins, Charlestown 859 10 

Repairing catch-basins, Brighton . 958 38 

Repairing catch-basins, West Roxbury 1,851 74 

Repairing catch-basins, Dorchester 4,058 45 

Repairing catch-basins, Hyde Park . 550 02 

Repairing catch-basins, Roxbury 5,124 34 

Repairing catch-basins, city proper . 5,849 71 

Repairing sewers, South Boston 1,004 50 

Repairing sewers. East Boston .... 1,385 89 

Repairing sewers, Charlestown . . 611 25 

Repairing sewers, Brighton .... 857 28 

Repairing sewers, West Roxbury . 4,570 12 

Repairing sewers, Dorchester . . . . 4,051 90 

Repairing sewers, Hyde Park .... 954 55 

Repairing sewers, Roxbury .... 1,442 17 

Repairing sewers, city proper .... 4,022 98 



$250,914 56 
25,931 24 
15,578 42 

$292,424 22 
2,332 40 



100,261 08 

1,182 16 

41,811 15 



25,704 27 

68,752 59 

15,327 99 

2,162 58 



42,632 76 



Carried forward $592,591 20 



138 



City Document No. 25. 



Brought forward 
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. 
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Fuel and oil transferred and used in connec- 
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2,764 98 






2,201 64 






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2,324 77 






4,104 05 






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58,892 76 






463 35 






13,494 06 






696 43 






4,239 80 




15,159 22 


$697,394 84 


$7,701 00 


817 40 



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Charges to Various Parties for Work Done 
Board of Health 
Henry Giller .... 
Browning & Riley 
John Cunio .... 
Kennedy Engineering Company 

E. B. Roach .... 
Hub Laundry Company 
Wilham B. Cooper 
A. Cefalo .... 
James P. Markin . 
Jenny Oil Company 
Bruno R. Gunther 
John J. Quinn 
John Clancy .... 
William F. Condon 
Casey & D'Arcy Company . 
Fenway Garage 
Rosie Kistel .... 

H. Cohen 

Burnett & Sherman, Inc. 

Metropohtan Water and Sewerage Board 

John G. McLean . 

H. Cohen .... 

F. E. Carlson 

Harry J. Harrington, attorney 
Water Service 

Boston Elevated Railway Companj 
Boston City Hospital . 
A. BozziUio .... 
M. DeMatteo 
Mrs. F. Peterson . 
Burnett & Sherman 
Lena Goldstein 
J. T. Mackin .... 

Carried fonvard 



and Material Furnished. 

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$11,129 76 



* Credited to Sewerage Works Appropriation. 



Public Works Department. 



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Brought forward 
Boston City Hospital 
Mildred Blasland . 
Mr. Reardon 
Park Department . 
A. G. Tomasello & Sons, Inc. 
High Pressure Fire Ser^-ice . 
Fenway Garage 
Francis P. Doyle . 
J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
Health Department 
Louis Stepnar 
Michael Czeikas . 
Estabrook & Sibley 
New England Railway Pubhshing Compa 
Annie Moore . 
Thomas J. Carrol! 
Bellevue Garage 
Patrick H. Crowley 
T. Danahy & Sons 
Thomas J. Doig 
Joseph Marsiello 
John Bowers . 
Mrs. Leggett . 
P. J. Doyle . 
F. P. Davis . 
Deha L. Carter 
Chamberlain Garage, Inc. 
Boston Consohdated Gas Company 
J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
A. E. Buffum 
W. F. Perry Company 
Mrs. Lawler . 
Fuedel & Co. 
Frank E. Metcalf . 
Mayflower Oil Company 
Oliio Varnish Company 
P. DeCristoforo 
C. F. Freigang 
George Gonia 
J. Richard Larkin 
Philip Mednick 
Bunett & Sherman 
Frank Weiss . . -. 
A. I. Rudnick 
Herman Hinderkong 
E. M. Irving . 

Hui-ley-Driscoll Building Company 
I. L. Roberts . 
Transit Department 
Wilham Perry Company 
E. M. Irving . 
C. J. Donovan 
J. A. Breen 
William S. Nolan 
John J. Bm"ke 
William Perry Company 
Edward E. Slattery 
Standard Coal Company 

Carried forward 



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72 88 

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15 00 

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140 



City Document No. 25. 



Brought forward . 
Humboldt Garage 
Herman L. Jacobs 
John Marshall 
Louis Martinello & Sons 
Ernest E. Cooke . 
Courtney Hardware Company 



Uncollected 



Bids deposited in previous years collected in 1926 . 

Total amount collected 

Entrance fees charged and collected in accordance with 
Ordinances of 1925, chapter 27, section 10 ... 



$15,065 14 

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11 66 

5 00 

*78 61 
350 00 
*64 49 

$15,588 40 
112 78 

$15,475 62 
2,390 57 

$17,866 19 



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Public Works Department. 



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Labor. 
Vacations .... 
Sick leave .... 
Snow removal 
Salary, inspector of castings 
Workingmen's compensation 
Central office and other charges 
Miscellaneous .... 
Inspection — • Complaints : Defec 
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Miscellaneous 



,130 57 

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City Document No. 25. 



Recapitulation — Maintenance Detail, 1926. 



Improved 
Sewerage. 



Outside 
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Totals. 



Labor 

Contracts 

Teaming, hired in city. 

Waste 

Fuel and power 

Oil 



Packing 

Valves 

Transportation, etc 

Horses, etc 

Pipe fittings and miscellaneous. . . 

Telephone 

Automobile, repairs and supplies. 
Stock supplies and miscellaneous. 



Credits. 
Outside Improved Sewerage. 

Labor $7,297 21 

Stock 7,701 00 

Miscellaneous 10,936 53 



Totals. 



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2,368 00 

723 80 

88,037 42 

1,998 96 

1,695 00 

1,829 89 

251 82 

1,073 48 

26,424 15 

304 84 

4,308 54 



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1,403 49 



1,261 93 
1,243 13 



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15,052 59 
34,893 14 



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92,408 33 

14,438 34 

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88,958 70 

3,402 45 

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1,829 89 

1,513 75 

2,316 61 

26,424 15 

768 19 

19,361 13 

34,893 14 



$422,386 96 



$714,811 18 



25,934 74 



25,9.34 74 



$396,452 22 



$688,876 44 



Supplies and Fuel, Entire Service. 

Supplies. 
2,714 pounds grease, 18 cents. 
3,205 pounds waste, 12f cents to 20 cents. 
1,303 pounds cotton rags, 13 cents to 14 cents. 
4,396.9 gallons engine oil, 21.3 cents. 
1,079.5 gallons cylinder oil, 29.5 cents. 

10 gallons air cylinder oil, 60 cents to 75 cents. 
80.5 gallons sperm oil, 95 cents to $1.40. 
273.6 gallons turbine oil, 49.5 cents to 65 cents. 

1 gallon lard oil, $2.00. 
1,507 gallons kerosene oil, 14| cents to 16^ cents. 

Fuel. 
1,203,442.27 gallons fuel oil, $58,279.30. 
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Recapitulation. 



District. 


Linear Feet 
Sewers. 


Linear Feet 

Catch-basin 

Drains. 


Manholes. 


Catch-basins.* 


Amount 

Expended 

in 1926. 


South Boston 


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1 
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133 37 










Brighton 


13,162.03 

30,042.57 

17,164.42 

6,223.11 

3,143.04 

2,326.65 


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271,191 87 


Dorchester 


128,624 67 
70,241 39 




60,996 60 




92,382 50 







* Includes drop inlets: East Boston, 2; Dorchester, 5; Hyde Park, 3; city proper, 2. 



New Catch=basins and Manholes Built by Day Labor and Contract 
January I, 1926, to December 31, 1926. — ^Inclusive. 



District. 



Catch -basins. 



Manholes. 



Total Cost. 



South Boston. 
East Boston. . . 
Charlestown. . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 
Hyde Park * . . 

Roxbury 

City proper . . . 

Totals. . . 



1 

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3,738 14 

2,873 70 

2,345 60 

11,305 03 

20,354 91 

1,789 38 

29,985 36 

40,839 77 



167 



$118,359 01 



* See Hyde Park Sewer Construction. 



Public Works Department. 



169 



Sewerage Works Loan, 1926. 

Engineers' salaries, general $100,978 19 

Amount charged to construction of sewers . 23,830 00 





$124,808 19 


Engineering Expense. 




Labor 

Teaming 

Borings 

Transportation 

Supplies, etc 


$3,652 16 

500 25 

1,827 84 

2,339 25 

4,181 36 




$12,500 86 


Pumping Station Constructiox. 




Advertising 

Labor 

Contracts 

Materials, etc 


$16 50 

1,072 00 

16,142 25 

3,403 95 




$20,634 70 


Sundries . 




Labor 

Material 


$4,204 15 
43,389 46 


Less material charged to jobs .... 


$47,593 61 
41,134 97 




$6,458 64 



Court Executions and Awards on Account of Land- 
taking, etc. 
Frank Drinkwater, Bradlee street, Hyde Park . $4,236 94 
W. J. Brady, Holden place, Hyde Park . . 50 00 

B. F. Cobleigh, Fowle street, West Roxbury . 80 00 



$4,366 94 



East Boston Pumping Station and Outlet, Expenditures, 

1926. 
Engineers' salaries $1,796 58 



170 



City Document No. 25. 



Catch=basins in Charge of Sewer Service. 



District. 



Catch-basin Data for 

Twelve Months Ended December 31, 

1926. 



Number 
Built or 
Rebuilt. 


Number 
Abandoned 
or Removed. 


47 


12 


63 


23 


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57 


2 


85 


6 


10 





Net 
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Total for Whole City 

IN Charge of Sewer 

Service. 



Previous 

Report to 

January 1, 

1926. 



Grand Total 

to 

January 1, 

1927. 



City proper. . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston., 
East Boston. . 
Charlestown. . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester.. . . 
Hyde Park... . 

Totals.. . . 



35 

40 

3 

6 

1 

48 

55 

79 

10 



3,367 

2,972 

1,278 

919 

774 

1,409 

2,349 

3,698 

400 



3,402 

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1,281 

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775 
1,457 
2,404 
3,777 

410 



326 



49 



277 



17,166 



17,443 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Twelve Months Ended 
December 31, 1926. 



District. 



Built by 

City by 

Contract or 

Day Labor. 



Built by 
Private 
Parties. 



Total Length Built. 



City proper. . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston . 
East Boston. . 
Charlestown . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . 
Hyde Park. . . 

Totals. . . 



Linear Feet. 

2,326.65 

3,144.01 

723.70 



13,162.03 

30,214.57 

17,164.42 

6,223.11 



Linear Feet. 



150.70 



250.00 

593.00 

3,015.85 



Linear Feet. 

2,326.65 

3,294.71 

723.70 



13,412.03 

30,807.57 

20,180.27 

6,223.11 



72,958.49 



76,968.04 



Miles. 
0.440 
0.624 
0.137 



2.540 
5.835 
3.822 
1.179 



14.577 



Public Works Department. 



171 



Net Increase in Length of Sewers Between January 1, 1926, 
and December 31, 1926. 



Districts. 



Length of 

Sewers Built 

During the 

Twelve 

Months 

ended 

December 31, 

1926. 



Length of 
Sewers Re- 
built or 
Abandoned 
During the 
Twelve 
Months 
ended 
December 31 
1926. 



Net Incrense for 

Twelve Months Ended 

December 31, 1926. 



City proper. . . . 

Roxbury 

South Boston. . 
East Boston . . . 
Charlestown . . . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester. . . . 
Hyde Park. . .. 



Linear Feet. 

2,326.65 

3,294.71 

723.70 



13,412.03 

30,807.57 

20,180.27 

6,223.11 



Linear Feet. 

1,249.66 

1,093.45 

58.00 



807.00 



1,384.00 



Linear Feet. 

1,076.99 

2,201.26 

665.70 



12,605.03 

30,807.57 

18,796.27 

6,223.11 



Miles. 
0.204 
0.416 
126 



2.390 
5.835 
3.558 
1.178 



Totals. 



76,968.04 



4,592.11 



72,375.93 



13.707 



Total Length, of Sewers. 

Common sewers and surface drains previous to January 1, 1926 

Net increase of common sewers and surface drains between January 1, 1926, 
and December 31, 1926 



Miles. 
996 . 62 

13.70 



Total common sewers and surface drains to December 31, 1926. 



Intercepting sewers connecting with MetropoUtan sewers to December 31, 
1926 



Boston main drainage intercepting sewers to December 31, 1926. 



1,010 


32 


* 6 


81 


*24 


12 


1,041 


25 


612 


15 



Grand total of common and intercepting sewers to December 31, 1926. . 
Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works to December 31, 1926 



* No additional length during the year 1926. 



172 



City Document No. 25. 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
December 31, 1926. 





1922. 


1923. 


1924. 


1925.* 


1926. 


Built by city by contract or 


Linear 
Feet. 

63,156.54 
1,641.30 


Linear 
Feet. 

41,076.39 
2,609.10 


Linear 
Feet. 

50,708 89 
4,566.88 


Linear 
Feet. 

75,241.99 
10,296.40 


Linear 
Feet. 

72,958.49 


Built by private parties 


4,009.55 


Totals 


64,797.84 


43,685.49 


55,275.77 


85,538.39 


76,968.04 







* 1925 fiscal year changed to end December 31. Data is for eleven (11) months only. 



Table of Approximate Quantities, Lifts and Duties at Calf Pasture Pumping Station 
from January 1 to December 31, 1926. 



Month. 



Total 
Gallons 
Pumped. 



Average 
per Day 
Gallons. 



Minimum 
per Day 
Gallons. 



Maximum 
per Day 
Gallons. 



Aver- 
age 
Lift. 
Feet. 



Average 
Daily Foot- 
pound per 
Gallon of 
Oil.* 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . . 
September . 
October. . . 
November . 
December . 



2,815,159,146 
3,419,773,998 
4,292,343,119 
3,854,994,245 
3,896,112,171 
3,379,115,981 
3,625,537,621 
3,373,798,405 
3,121,583,727 
3,236,816,381 
3,144,905,616 
3,628,667,862 



90,811,585 
122,134,786 
138,462,681 
128,499,808 
125,681,038 
112,637,199 
116,952,826 
108,832,207 
104,052,791 
104,413,432 
104,830,185 
117,053,802 



75,583,299 

89,184,910 

113,159,617 

80,639,845 

104,919,650 

124,568,343 

111,179,988 

84,338,010 

78,461,188 

74,324,117 

82,714,356 

73,914,437 



144,541,092 
176,664,850 
171,213,986 
169,489,186 
180,032,988 
129,018,495 
127,607,592 
138,002,190 
136,178,031 
162,384,139 
152,389,281 
126,594,792 



36.2 
36.4 
36.4 
36.3 
36.2 
35.8 
35.7 
35.9 
35.9 
35.9 
35.7 
35.8 



6,500,000 
6.900,000 
7,300.000 
6,700,000 
7,400.000 
7,800,000 
6.600.000 
7.900.000 
7,300,000 
7.700,000 
7,500.000 
5,900.000 



Totals. 
Averages. . 



41 ,788,808,272 
114,489,886 



1,374,362,340 
114,530,195 



432.2 
36 



85,500.000 
7,100.000 



Note.— 29.595.216.376 gallons pumped. 3-4-5 pumps; boilers, oil burning, used 1,190,351 gallons. 
12,193.591, 896 gallons pumped. 1-2 pumps; electric driven. 894.600 K. W. hoiirs. 
* Turbines not included in duty. 



Public Wokks Department. 



173 



Cost of Pumping at Calf Pasture Pumping Station January 1, 
1926, to December 31, 1926. 



Items. 


Cost. 


Cost per 

Million Foot 

Gallons. 




$77,439 30 

58,327 19 

28,181 So 

3.350 00 

3,934 22 

13,932 90 


$0 . 03092 


Fuel oil 


05487 




06420 




00134 




00117 


Miscellaneous supplies and renewals 


.00556 


Totals . . 


$185,165 52 

7.510 00 

29,408 55 


$0 15806 




.00220 


Connecting motors to turbines 





Amount of Sludge Received and Removed from Deposit Seivers 
from January 1, 1926, to December 81 , 1926, Inclusive. 

vSludge in sewers January 1, 1926 . . 725 cubic yards. 

Received during the year 



Total 

Removed during the year 

Shidge in sewers January 1, 1927 



3,067 

3,792 
1,600 

2,192 



Amount of Refuse Removed from Gatehouse at Calf Pasture 
Pumping Station January 1, 1926, to December 31, 1926. 



Month. 



Number 

Cheeses. 



Weight 
(Pounds). 



January. . . 
February. . 
March . ." . . 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September. 
October. . . 
November. 
December. 

Totals 



303 
245 
250 
247 
230 
178 
188 
204 
182 
199 
204 
312 



2,742 



73,023 
59,045 
60,250 
59,527 
55,430 
42,898 
45,308 
49,164 
43,862 
47,959 
49,164 
75,192 



660,822 



Cheeses average 241 pounds. 



174 City Document No. 25. 



APPENDIX E. 



REPORT OF THE DIVISION ENGINEER OF 
THE WATER DIVISION. 



Boston, January 1, 1927. 

To the Commissioner of Public Works. 

The following report of the operations, income and 
expenditures of the Water Division for the year ending 
December 31, 1926, is respectfully submitted. 

During the year a total length of 10.8 miles of 6-inch 
to 16-inch water pipe was laid, occasioned by building 
construction and the development of property prin- 
cipally in West Roxbury, Dorchester and Brighton. 
This length exceeds the total length laid in 1925 by 
3 miles; again the greatest volume of work was done 
in West Roxbury; in this district 6.4 miles of water pipe 
was laid. 

The contract for laying 48-inch water pipe in Com- 
monwealth avenue. Public Garden and the Boston 
Common started in 1925, was completed in June and 
the completion of this important pipe line furnishes 
an additional supply to the low service system to the 
city. The 16-inch main started in 1925, in the Charles 
River Reservation, from North Harvard street, was 
completed by the laying of 3,070 linear feet and con- 
necting to the water main in Western avenue. Con- 
ditions prevented the relaying of small-sized water 
pipes with larger sizes to the same degree as in former 
years; during the year only 6,700 linear feet of 4-inch 
and 6-inch pipes were relaid with 8-inch and 12-inch 
pipes to improve the fire protection and to furnish the 
quantity of water demanded by the modern fire engines. 

The greater lengths relaid were 

City Proper. 

Pitts street, between Green and Merrimac streets, 
630 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 



Public Works Department. 175 



South Boston. 

Baxter street, between C and E streets, 1,076 linear 
feet of 6-inch relaid with 8-inch pipe. 

ROXBURY. 

Circuit street, between Washington street and Walnut 
avenue, 1,935 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch 
pipe. 

Dennison street, from Walnut avenue, 449 linear feet 
of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Brighton. 

Etna street, between North Beacon and Elmira streets, 
1,175 linear feet of 6-inch relaid with 12-inch pipe. 

Hyde Park. 

Osceola street, between River street and Belnel road, 
812 linear feet of 4-inch relaid with 8-inch pipe. 

To care for the numerous main pipe extension applica- 
tions twenty-five contracts were awarded at various 
intervals during the working season. Two thousand 
one hundred thirty-one service pipes varying in size 
from f inch to 12 inches were installed during the year 
and of this number 171 were 4-inch pipes laid to fur- 
nish sprinkler protection. 

The regular work of the Distribution Branch, con- 
sisting of leak repairs, establishing fire and service 
pipes, freeing stoppages, shutting off and letting on 
water, etc., was performed in such a manner and at 
such times as to a minimum of delay or discomfort to 
applicants for water, to water takers, and to the travel- 
ling public. 

In compliance with the Legislative Acts of 1907, 
relative to metering of water services, 1,186 meters 
were set on old services in existence previous to 1907 
and 1,959 meters were set on new service pipes, a total 
of 3,145 meters. On December 31, 1926, the total 
number of meters in service was 91,594 and there 
remains to meter about 2,600 miscellaneous houses in 
various sections of the city. With 97 per cent of 
Boston metered the work of the Meter Branch is 
increasing in proportion and in addition to the meters 



176 City Document No. 25. 

installed as above, 8,399 meters have been changed and 
reset and 1,704 meters have been repaired in service 
during the year. 

The collections for all purposes in the Water Division 
during the year was $4,000,989.17 and the statute mak- 
ing water bills a lien on real estate was an important 
factor in prompt payments of water bills, etc. 

Respectfully submitted, 

C. J. Carven, 

Division Engineer. 



Public Works Department. 



177 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



Receipts. 

Sales of water 

Service pipes and repairs .... 

Fire, motor and elevator pipes, new and repairs 
Labor and materials for miscellaneous work 

Fees for summonses 

Sales of merchandise .... 
Interest on bank deposits 

Relocating mains 

Relocating and repairing hydrants 
Shutting off and letting on water . 
Accrued interest on water bonds . 

Board of horses 

Testing meters 

Rent of conduit, Congress street (2 years) 

Entrance main pipe 

Premium on water bonds 

Rent of air compressor .... 

Sale of junk 

Damages to automobiles .... 

Refund on bill 

Sales of gasolene 

Refund on automobile registration 
Delivering water 



Gross income 

Transferred to City Loan account to pay 

Hyde Park Water Debt 
Transferred to appropriation for Service 

Mains and Relaying Mains 
Transferred to credit of Collecting Depart 

ment 



.1516,000 00 
90,000 00 
55,622 61 



13,790,408 27 

121,491 04 

54,816 33 

14,399 15 

6,152 IS 

3,539 73 

2,628 01 

2,402 95 

1,887 27 

1,028 00 

833 33 

462 00 

302 00 

200 00 

125 00 

93 00 

75 45 

60 00 

48 27 

28 00 

5 04 

2 50 

1 65 

$4,000,989 17 



161,622 61 



Net income 

Balance January 1, 1926 



.13,829,366 56 
10,177 21 

.$3,855,543 77 



Expenditures. 

Current expenses and extensions ' . $1,511,407 58 

Interest on water loans 45,280 00 

Refunded water rates 343 50 

Metropolitan water assessment 2,090,598 07 

Serial loans 180,000 00 

Total expenditures 1926 $3,827,629 15 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1926 . $27,914 62 



Appropriation for Service Mains and Relaying Mains. 



Balance unexpended December 31, 1925 
Appropriation from water income . 



Total appropriation 1926 
Expended during fiscal year 1926 . 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1926 



$930 11 
90,000 00 

$90,930 11 
83,065 12 

$7,864 99 



178 City Document No. 25. 



Appropriation for Extension of Water Mains (Loan). 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1925 .... $284,821 90 
Loan issued in 1926 (authorized July 13, 1926) . . . 300,000 00 

Total appropriation 1926 $584,821 90 

Expended during the fiscal year 1926 .... 346,255 78 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1926 . . . $238,566 12 

Appropriation for Laying and Relaying Street Water Mains 

(Loan). 
Balance unexpended December 31, 1925 .... $73,910 79 

Expended during fiscal year 1926 54,085 95 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1926 . . . $19,824 84 

Details of expenditures under appropriation for cur- 
rent expenses for the fiscal year ending December 31, 
1926. 

Extension. 

Construction of new mains .... $41,777 41 

Replacement of old mains .... 9,695 70 

New hydrants 2,491 69 

High-pressure fire mains 347 64 

Total extension $54,312 44 

Maintenance. 
Office and Engineering Branch: 

Salaries and wages . $49,634 96 

Traveling expenses 828 73 
Printing, stationery and 

postage .... 2,606 50 

Miscellaneous . . 504 66 



Income Branch: 








Salaries and wages 




$151,700 49 




Traveling expenses 




2,217 92 




Printing, stationery 


and 






postage 




5,432 30 




Miscellaneous 




1,600 35 


160,951 06 


Distribution Branch: 






Salaries and wages 




$44,291 38 




Traveling expenses 




445 22 




Printing, stationery 


and 






postage 




1,661 63 




Miscellaneous 




2,493 83 


48,892 06 


Meter Branch : 








Salaries and wages 




$18,473 53 




Traveling expenses 




36 80 




New meters and setting 




37,674 79 




Meters, repairing, resetting, 






testing, etc. 




37,543 58 





Carried forward . . . $93,728 70 $263,467 97 $54,312 44 



Public Works Department. 



179 



Brought forward 




$93,728 70 $263,467 97 


$54,312 44 


Printing, stationery and post- 








age ..'.. . 399 25 






Holiday . 




5,182 6^ 


) 






Shops 




17,238 51 








Laborers' vacations 




1,472 7/ 


7 






Miscellaneous 




332 17 










1 IS ^fJd 


05 
42 




Inspection of castings .... 


ilo,OOT: 

7,476 




Yards .... 








96,397 


03 




Damages 








9,366 


19 




Shops .... 








24,785 


91 




Stables 








11,085 


55 




Tools and repairs 








19,717 


50 




Main pipe, relocation 








10,374 


71 




Main pipe, repairs 








74,867 


93 




Service pipes, new 








135,435 


96 




Service pipes, changes 








12,714 


30 




Service pipe, repairs 








118,096 


09 




Hydrant, changes 








54,035 


29 




Hydrant, repairs 








89,274 


08 




Water posts, new 








72 


88 




Water posts, changes 








409 


15 




Water posts, repairs 








524 


52 




Fountains, new . 








383 


28 




Fountains, changes 








251 


60 




Fountains, repairs 








3,759 


03 




Fountains, on account of 


ice 






1,835 


64 




Holiday 








57,349 


87 




Investigations . 








641 


86 




Off and on water 








18,840 


72 




Accommodation work 








4,127 


78 




Work, on account of office and engineers 


2,101 


71 




Work on account of Income Branch 


549 


29 




Work on account of new meters 


6,554 


12 




Work on account of Meter Branch 


387 


95 




Work on account of meter repairs 


8,592 


85 




Waste detection and prevention . , . 


189 


23 




Launch, repairs and supplies . 




224 


97 




Veterans' pensions 






6,980 


95 




Laborers' pensions 






9,649 


28 




Laborers' vacations . 






17,908 


09 




Workmen's compensation 






4,657 


45 




Emergency service . 






66,655 


27 




Garage .... 






7,596 


33 




Medical inspection 






600 


00 




Light and power 






1,731 


59 




High Pressure Fire Service 






4,371 


02 




Veterinary's services 






125 


00 




Harbor service . 






3,659 


85 




Automobiles 






41,713 


95 




Regulating boxes 






6,339 


56 




Expert services . 






385 


80 




Taxes 






293 


50 




Oil (for heating) 






3,030 


64 




Total maintenance .... 






1,327,943 71 


Merchandise sold and stock consigned to junl 


c 




3,687 44 


Stock purchased 






357,120 43 


Carried forward 


$1,743,064 02 



180 



City Document No. 25. 



Brought forward Si, 743, 064 02 

Less stock used and disposed of 231,656 44 

Total expenditures from appropriation for Water 

Service $1,511,407 58 



Details of expenditures under appropriation for Serv- 
ice Mains and Relaying Mains for the fiscal year ending 
December 31, 1926. (From revenue.) 







Extension. 






Construction of new mains 




$48,348 86 




Replacement of old mains 






3,147 60 




New hydrants 






5,601 08 




Total extension . 








$57,097 54 




Maintenance. 






Yards .... 






$205 50 




Main pipe, repairs 






4,909 23 




Service pipes, new 






9,858 98 




Service pipe, changes 






817 63 




Service pipe, repairs 






6,246 16 




Hydrant, changes 






1,627 28 




Hydrant, repairs 






1,246 46 




Waterposts, changes 






12 00 




Fountain repairs 






9 34 




Investigations 






169 41 




Off and on water 






534 66 




Work on account of new r 


nete 


rs . . . 


54 25 




Work on account of meter 


rep 


airs 


276 68 




Total maintenance 




25,967 58 


Total expenditures f 


rom 


appropriation 


for Service 




Mains and Relayin 


gM£ 


uns 




$83,065 12 



Details of expenditures under appropriation for Exten- 
sion of Water Mains for the fiscal year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1926. (From loan.) 



Construction of new mains 
Service pipes, new 
High Pressure Fire Service Mains 
Stock purchased 



Less stock used 



$317,944 86 

1,061 19 

56,384 11 

174,189 18 

$549,579 34 
203,323 56 



Total expenditures from appropriation for Extension 
of Water Mains 



$346,255 78 



Details of expenditures under appropriation for Lay- 
ing and Relaying Street Water Mains for the fiscal year 
ending December 31, 1926. (From loan.) 



Receipts and Expenditures, 1917=26. 

Receipts 



Sales of water . 
Other receipts . 



Transfer by City Auditor 

Loan, extension of water mains 

Loan, laying and relaying street water mains. 



$2,872,867 89 
79,223 75 



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



$2,956,918 03 



$2,998,922 73 
50,529 81 



$3,049,452 45 



$3,244,542 57 
54,111 33 



$3,298,653 90 



$3,364,937 04 
64,598 71 



$3,429,535 75 



298,653 90 $3,429,535 75 $3,473,058 93 



3,407,579 24 
65,479 69 



$3,473,058 93 



$3,694,448 30 
97,499 70 



$3,791,948 00 



$3,791,948 00 



$3,813,571 42 
97,164 30 



$3,748,575 28 
182,317 83 



1925. 

(11 months.) 



$3,079,830 74 
161,277 84 



$3,241,108 58 



800,000 00 
100,000 00 



$3,910,735 72 $3,930,893 11 $4,141,108 58 $4,300,989 17 



$3,790,408 27 
210,580 90 



$4,000,989 17 



Balance,' beginning of year 

Balance, end^of year 

Transferred to Collecting Department 

Transferred to^city loan account 

Transferred to appropriation for service mains and relay- 
ing mains 

Transferred to appropriation for High Pressure Fire 
Service 



Transferred to appropriation for High Pressure Fire 
system extension 



$87,146 19 

t 25,087 31 

27,264 14 

16,000 00 

35,000 00 



$25,087 31 
t 3,487 83 
26,165 88 

124,263 90 

30,000 00 



t $3,487 83 



30,317 74 
390,095 22 



$33,570 54 
209,958 26 



t $43,733 95 



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



46,425 42 
250,233 01 

200,000 00 

23,000 00 

100,000 00 



t $200,000 00 
24,141 18 
50,522 49 
113,570 40 

208,180 00 



$24,141 18 
26,737 35 
58,653 86 
16,000 00 

217,638 84 



175,000 00 



$26,737 35 

i 375,840 01 

51,890 79 

" 10,000 00 

50,123 45 



$375,840 01 

§294,170 57 

55,622 61 

16,000 00 

90,000 00 



Expenditures. 



1917-18. 



1918-19. 



1919-20. 



1923-24. 



1924-25. 



1925. 

(11 months.) 



1926. 



Current expenses 

Service mains and relaying mains 

Metropolitan water assessment 

Interest 

Refunded water rates 

Loan, extension of water mains 

Loan, laying and relaying street water mains. 
On account of serial loans 



$1,045,543 65 

97,058 88 

1,752,004 76 

80,494 28 

611 20 



$1,055,842 8' 

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 



t$l, 232,41 8 76 



t$l,396,212 50 



1,885,924 91 

45,874 33 

1,041 38 



1,958,528 33 

41,852 66 

928 47 



1,784,257 21 

34,449 49 

1,104 32 



$1,229,573 73 

384,038 82 

1,872,413 17 

25,534 00 

941 93 



$2,975,712 77 $2,929,682 18 $2,881,728 77 



,186,006 95 $3,233,728 22 $3,216,023 52 $3,512,501 65 $3,678,643 08 $3,730,115 13 $4,311,036 00 



$1,608,320 10 

215,042 67 

1,829,973 63 

24,680 00 

626 68 



$1,309,163 72 

75,930 69 

1,793,425 93 

9,800 00 

527 48 

515,178 10 

26,089 21 



$1,511,407 58 
83,065 12 
2,090,598 07 
45,280 00 
343 50 
346,255 78 
54,085 95 
180,000 00 



* Transfer from Reserve Fund. 

t Balance of appropriation for service mains and relaying mains. 
J Amount expended for current expenses and extensions, there being one appropriation only. 
§ $27,914.62 of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Water Service Revenue"; $7,864.99 
of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Service Mains and Relaying Mains Revenue"; 
$238,566.12 of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Extension of Water Mains (Loan)"; 
$19,824.84 of this amount is balance of appropriation for "Laying and Relaying Street Water Mains 
(Loan)." 



Public Works Department. 181 

Construction of new mains .... $16,579 09 
Replacement of old mains .... 36,640 68 
Service pipes, new 866 18 

Total expenditures from appropriation for Laying 

and Relaying Street Water Mains .... $54,085 95 

Appropriation for Cambridge and Court Streets. 

Laying and relaying water pipes on account of street 

widenings $4,912 68 

Appropriation for Morton Street Improvement. 

Laying and relajdng water pipes on account of street 

widening $1,223 09 

Appropriation for Tremont Street Improvement. 

Laying and relaying water pipes on accoimt of street 

widening $272 70 

Reserve Fund. 
Expended for ice furnished at drinking fountains . . $5,810 47 



COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND CONDITION 
OF WATER DEBT. 

Cost of construction to December 31, 1926 . . . .$20,710,574 44 
Cost of construction to December 31, 1925 . . . . 20,169,684 35 

Increase during the year $540,890 09 

Outstanding loans December 31, 1926 $1,260,000 00 

Outstanding loans December 31, 1925 1,140,000 00 

Increase during the year $120,000 00 

Cost of existing works December 31, 1926: 

Pipe yards and buildings .... $94,832 16 

Engineering expenses 57,873 58 

Distribution System (additions during 

year, $540,886 09 *) 20,089,864 70 

Hyde Park Water Works .... 468,000 00 

$20,710,570 44 

High Pressure Fire System (additions during year, 
$350) $2,062,155 92 



* Includes $56,731.75 High Pressure Fire System Extension. 



182 



City Document No. 25. 



Income Branch. 

Table I.— Statement of Each Year's Water Rates, 1912 to 1926, 
as of December 31, 1926. 



Account of 
Year. 


Amount, 

Assessed. 


Amount 
Abated. 


Amount 
Collected. 


Outstanding. 


1912 


$3,001,771 87 
3,004,331 52 
3,034,885 83 
2,960,797 45 
3,130,590 53 
3,120,878 86 
3,359,714 95 
3,210,139 91 
3,503,669 88 
3,615,654 71 
3,612,706 71 
3,817,073 92 
3,832,386 22 
3,875,331 57 
3,907,345 25 


$49,937 87 
42,088 77 
41,544 93 
15,084 24 
16,402 64 
19,287 29 
98.624 99 
27,111 37 
62,017 25 
34,119 41 
31,450 66 
33,942 03 
40,019 54 
35,574 52 
25,226 86 


$2,943,402 48 
2,954,183 62 
2,970,232 82 
2,903,015 36 
3,062,818 84 
3,043,525 11 
3,197,299 43 
3,114,335 15 
3,380,090 63 
3,524,431 67 
3,521,642 99 
3,736,272 90 
3,775,706 60 
3,815,827 95 
2,786,036 59 


$8,431 52 


1913 


8,0.59 13 


1914 


23,108 08 


1915 


42,697 85 


1916 


51,369 05 


1917 


58,066 46 


1918 


63,790 53 


1919 


68,693 39 


1920 

1921 


61,562 00 
57,103 63 


1922 


59,613 06 


1923 


46,858 99 


1924 


16,660 OS 


1925 


23,929 10 


1926 


1,096,081 80 







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



Elevator service installed 

Elevator services abandoned 

Total number of elevator services in use December 31, 1926. 

Fire pipes installed 

Fire services abandoned 

Total number of fire services in use December 31, 1926 

Number of motor services in use December 31, 1926 

Number of motor services metered 



2 

505 

176 

1 

2,839 

96 

20 



Public Works Department. 



183 



Table No. I. 



Meter Branch. 

statement of Work During Year 1926. 



Changes. 




■id 
























1^ 




-uS 






XJ 




a 




0) 


a 


O 


h 


K 


« 



.^•p 



Hersey rotary . . . . 

Crown 

Watch dog 

Hersey disc 

King 

Worthington disc . 

Nash 

Lambert 

Empire 

American 

Keystone 

Trident 

Hersey detector. . . 
Hersey compound. 
Trident protectus. 

Federal 

Standard 



2,534 

313 

9.5 

134 



10 



20 



Totals 



3,145 



668 



103 


33 


140 


42 




162 


45 


223 


21 


2 


931 


2,824 


3,766 


971 


166 


3,299 


3,175 


6,807 


3,812 


145 


1,588 


584 


2,259 


904 


42 


1,466 


976 


2,532 


1,243 


43 


81 


34 


121 


45 




65 


47 


118 


125 


1 


8 




8 


— 


— 


140 


166 


321 


237 


8 


21 


9 


32 


56 


— 


27 


2 


36 


61 


2 


3 


4 
2 


9 
3 
1 








- 


- 


94 


88 


189 


58 


1 


1 




1 


— 


— 


7,989 


7,989 


16,566 


7,575 


410 



25 

452 
436 
274 

448 
4 
4 

26 

4 
20 



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184 



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Table No. II. 

Meters in Services December 31, 1926. 



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367 
349 
285 
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187 



Table No. III. 

Total Number and Aggregate Length of Service Pipes of Various Sizes 
Connected With System December 31, 1926. 



Size. 


Total Number. 


Aggregate Length 
in Linear Feet. 




6,908 

90,246 

3,623 

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1,784 

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124,366 

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53,241 

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3,272,636 



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WATERWORKS STATISTICS.— CITY OF BOSTON. 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1926. 

Distribution. 

Mains. 

Kind of pipe: Cast iron, wrought iron. 

Sizes: 2-inch to 48-inch. 

Extended, miles, 11.17. 

Size, enlarged, miles, 1.36. 

Total miles now in use, 924.56. 

Public hydrants added, 173. 

Public hydrants now in use, 10,473. 

Stop gates added, 164. 

Stop gates now in use, 14,096. 

Stop gates smaller than 4-inch, 33. 

Number of blow-offs, 721. 

Range of pressure on mains, 30 to 90 pounds. 

Service. 
Kind of pipe and size, lead and lead lined: ^-inch to 2-inch cast iron. 
2-inch to 12-inch, wrought iron and cement lined: |-inch to 2-inch. 
Extended, feet, 39,606. 
Total miles now in use, 619.81 miles. 
Service taps added, 1,802. 
Total service taps now in use, 116,003. 



High Pressure Fire System Extension, 1926.=' 



Appropriations to December 31, 1926. 
Expenditures to December 31, 1925. . . 



Expenditures during the fiscal year ending December 31, 
1926: 



Extension: 

Hydrant, Canal street 

Maintenance: 

Main pipe repairs 

Stock purchased 

Total expenditures 1926 

Total expenditures to December 31, 1926. 

Balance unexpended December 31, 1926. . 



$350 00 



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$2,126,938 01 



679 99 



$2,128,000 00 



2,127,618 00 



$382 00 



* For further expenditures on account of High Pressure Fire Service during 1926, see expenditures 
under appropriation for Extension of Water Mains. 



202 City Document No. 25. 



APPENDIX F. 



REPORT OF THE BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE 
BRIDGE COMMISSION. 



To the Ho7iorable 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 December 31, 1926. 

The 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 between Boston and Cam- 
bridge: Anderson, Cambridge, Prison Point, River 
Street and Western Avenue to Cambridge. River Street 
Bridge and Western Avenue Bridge were returned to the 
control of the commission, after being rebuilt by the 
Metropolitan District Commission, on December 1, 
1926. Brookline Street Bridge, in process of recon- 
struction by the Metropolitan District Commission, has 
had the lighting cut off so that lighting bills are not now 
being paid by the commission. 

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 Decem- 
ber 31, 1926, was $18,983.08. 

Anderson Bridge (over Charles River). 

The paving on the existing bridge, which is of wood 
block on concrete base, has had a considerable amount 
of repairs made to it. It is only a question of time when 
this paving will have to be relaid. Some necessary 
pointing was done to the masonry and some broken 
artificial stone caps were replaced. 



Public Works Department. 203 

Cambridge Street (Over Charles River). 
The stone work of the towers was repointed. 

Prison Point Bridge. 

The channelway under this bridge was blocked by the 
improvements being made by the Boston & Maine 
Railroad and no more boats will pass through the chan- 
nelway. It is therefore advisable that the bridge be 
strengthened, a new flooring placed and a new type of 
surfacing laid so that the constant repairs and patching 
of this structure may be eliminated. 

River Street Bridge. 

This bridge, a three-arched reinforced concrete bridge, 
with bituminous macadam paving, is now in the hands 
of this commission. There are no car tracks on this 
structure. 

Western Avenue Bridge (to Cambridge). 

This bridge, a three-arched reinforced concrete bridge, 
with bituminous macadam paving, is now in the cus- 
tody of this commission. This bridge has two street 
car tracks on it. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Sullivan, 
Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



204 



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205 



Monthly Summary of Draw Openings, Boston and Cambridge 
Bridges, January 1 to December 31, 1926. 



Prison Point Bridge. 



Cargoes. 



Openings. 



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continued November 30, 1926. 



1926. 

Bridges, Repairs, Etc. , Repointing Stone Work of Towers, Cambridge 

Bridge. (Work Done by Maurice M. Devine.) 

Being the Portion Paid by the City of Boston, Which is One Half of the 
Total Expenditure. 

Labor . . ^^_ $73 75 

Cement 85 

Sand 1 50 



$76 10 



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