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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 2 

Area of Pavements 61 

Asphalt Pavement, Cost of 
Repairs : 

Trinidad ( 1901 to 1905) ... 41 

Sicilian (1901 to 1905) .... 47 

Seyssel (1901 to 1905).... 50 

Coal Tar (1901 to 1905) ... 50 
Other Asphalt (1901 to 

1905) 51 

Cost of Patching: 

Trinidad 51 

Sicilian 55 

Seyssel 58 

Other Asphalt 58 

Comparative Cost of Patch- 
ing 59 

Central Office 62 



PAGE 

Contracts 10 

Expenditures 3 

Expenditures, Recapitula- 
tion 7 

Financial Statement 8 

Financial Statement, Com- 
parison 9 

Organization ... 1 

Street Mileage 60 

Work Done: 

Bridge Division 4 

Ferry Division 4 

Paving Division 5 

Sanitary Division 5 

Sewer Division 6 

Street Cleaning Division. . 7 

Street Watering Division, 7 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE BRIDGE DIVISION. 

(Page 3.) 



PAGE 

Cable-houses and Boxes .... 15 

Drawtenders 1 Report 22 

Drawtenders 1 Reports (5 

years) 21 

Expenditures 5 

Inland Bridges 8 

Tide-water Bridges 7 

North and South Yards. . 8 

Financial Statement 5 



PAGE 

Income 6 

Land and Buildings 16 

List of Bridges: 
Wholly Supported by 

Department 9 

In Charge of Park Depart- 
ment 10 

In Charge of Public 
Grounds Department.. 11 



IV 



Contents. 



Maintained by Charles 

River Basin Commission, 12 

Maintained by Metropol- 
itan Park Commission. . 12 

Maintained by Railroad 

Corporation 12 

Of which Boston main- 
tains part within its 
limits 11 

Of which Boston pays a 
part of the cost of main- 
taining 11 



Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing sur- 
face 12 

Recapitulation 14 

Public Landing Places. .... 14 

Recommendations 3 

Small Bridges or Culverts . . 17 

Special Appropriations 6 

Width of Bridges 8 

Width of Bridge Openings . . 19 

Work Done 3 



Appendix B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE FERRY DIVISION. 

(Page 23.) 



PAGE 

Expenditures 32 

Expenditures since 1858. ... 31 

Difference of Travel 34 

Ferry-boats 24 

Financial Statement 25 

Balance Sheets 26 

Comparison of Balances .... 27 



PAGE 

Receipts at each Ferry 33 

Receipts, Comparison 30 

Location of Ferries 24 

Recommendations 23 

Ticket Statement 35 

Total Travel 34 

Work Done 23 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE PAVING DIVISION. 

(Page 36.) 



PAGE 

Areas and Coal Vaults 63 

Asphalt Work 41 

Assessment Streets 44 

Bitulithic Pavement , 43 

Bonds 62 

Electric-light Poles 63 

Emergency Permits 63 

Expenditures 46 



Expenditures, Detail of 

Special 51 

Atlantic Avenue, Eecon- 

struction 50 

Atlantic-avenue Extension 50 

Brandon Street and Belgrade 

Avenue 50 

Broadway Bridge, Rebuilding, 50 



Contents. 



Freeport-street, Retaining 

Wall 50 

Hyde Park Avenue 50 

Reconstruction of Bridges . . 50 

Highways, Making of 59 

Street Improvements 51 

Financial Statement 46 

Income 47 

Inspectors 63 

New Brick Sidewalks 59 

New Edgestones 59 



PAGE 

Notices 62 

Output of Crushers 60 

Permits 62 

Property in Charge of 64 

Street Numbering 64 

Street Openings 60 

Work in Charge of 36 

Work Done, General Law 

Streets 39 

Work Done, Recapitulation, 38 



Appendix D. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE SANITARY DIVISION. 

(Page 67.) 



Expenditures: 

Construction and Repair 

Accounts 68 

Cost of Collections 74 

House Dirt, Offal, Ashes 

and Waste 68 

Maintenance of Fort Hill 

Wharf 75 

Financial Statement 68 

Force Employed ,. . . . 71 

Income 69 

Material Removed: 
Ashes and House Dirt. ... 71 
Offal 72 



PAGE 

Totals 72 

By Districts 73 

Sold by Contract 78 

Final Disposition 74 

Carts, Wagons, etc 73 

Contracts 76 

Cost per Load, towing to 

Sea 75 

Property in Charge of 79 

Recommendations 67 

Revenue 69 

Shops 77 

Work in Charge of 67 



Appendix E. 



REPOKT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
SEWER DIVISION. 



(Page 82.) 



Catch-basins 

Entrance Fees, Permits and 
Assessments 



PAGE 

126 



126 



PAGE 

Financial Statement 127 

Detail of Special Appropria- 
tions 129 



VI 



Contents. 



PAGE 

Objects of Expenditures .... 128 

Property in Charge of 130 

Refuse from Filth-hoist. . . . 124 

Sewers Built to Date 125 

Sludge Account 125 

Summary of Sewer Con- 
struction 1 24 

Summary of Sewer Con- 
struction (5 years) 124 

Work in Charge of Division, 82 
Work Done and Recommen- 
dations: 

South Boston 114 

East Boston 96 

Charlestown 98 

Brighton 98 

West Roxbury 99 

North Dorchester 107 

South Dorchester 104 

North Roxbury 120 

South Roxbury 110 

City Proper 118 

Main Drainage 92 

Pumping Station, Calf 

Pasture 93 

Pumping Station, Lyons 

Street 94 

Moon Island 94 

Stony Brook 121 

Stony Brook, Back Bay 

Fens 122 

Sewers and Surface Drains 
Built by Contract, Day 
Labor or Private Par- 
ties, February 1, 1905, to 
January 31, 1906: 

South Boston 131 

East Boston 132 

Charlestown ' 133 

Brighton 134 

West Roxbury 136 

North Dorchester 139 

South Dorchester 142 

Roxbury 145 

South Roxbury 148 

City Proper 151 

Sewers and Surface Drains 
Built, Abandoned, or Re- 
built by Contract, Day 
Labor or Private Par- 



PAGE 

ties, February 1, 1900, to 
January 31, 1901: 

South Boston 154 

East Boston 154 

Charlestown 155 

Brighton 156 

West Roxbury 158 

Dorchester 161 

South Dorchester 164 

Roxbury 167 

City Proper 169 

Abandoned , 163 

February 1, 1901, to January 
31, 1902: 

South Boston 171 

East Boston 173 

Charlestown 175 

Brighton 176 

West Roxbury 177 

Dorchester 180 

South Dorchester 183 

Roxbury 187 

City Proper and Roxbury, 193 

City Proper 194 

Abandoned 174, 189, 193 

Summary of Sewer Con- 
struction, 12 months.... 198 
Summary of Sewer Con- 
struction, 5 years previ- 
ous 198 

Schedule of Sewers Built. 199 
February 1, 1902, to January 
31, 1903: 

South Boston 200 

East Boston 202 

Charlestown 203 

Brighton 204 

West Roxbury 206 

Dorchester 209 

South Dorchester 213 

Roxbury 217 

City Proper 221 

Abandoned or Rebuilt 205 

February 1, 1903, to January 
31, 1904: 

South Boston 223 

East Boston 226 

Charlestown 227 

Brighton 229 

West Roxbury 230-232 



Contents. 



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PAGE 

Dorchester 235 

South Dorchester , 241 

Roxbury 245 

City Proper 254 

Stony Brook Improve- 
ment 232-234 

Abandoned 225-228 

February 1, 1904, to January 
31, 1905: 
South Boston 256 



PAGE 

East Boston 257 

Charlestown 259 

Brighton 259 

West Roxbury 261 

Dorchester 263 

South Dorchester 265 

Roxbury 267 

City Proper 272 

Abandoned or Rebuilt. . .257-269 

Summary 274 



Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
STREET CLEANING DIVISION. 



(Page 275.) 



Page 

Flushing Down-town Streets 275 

Financial Statement 276 

Genera] Recapitulation 280 

Income 280 

Objects of Expenditures. . . . 276 

Property in Charge of 281 



Public Waste Barrels. . . . 

Recommendations 

Snow 

Street Dirt Removed. . . . 
Summary of Work Done. 



Page 

281 
275 
275 
280 
281 



Appendix G. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
STREET WATERING DIVISION. 

(Page 282.) 



PAGE 

Distribution of Carts 284 

Expenditures, 5 Years 284 

Expenditures, Objects of . . . 283 

Expenditures, by Districts. . 283 



Page 

Financial Statement 282 

Water Posts 285 

Water Used 284 

Work Done 282 



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Contents. 



Appendix H. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BOSTON AND 
CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 

(Page 286.) 

PAGE 

Draw Openings 292 

Expenditures 289 

Financial Statement 288 

Kevenue 290 

Work Done on Bridges: 

Cambridge Street 286 

Canal or Craigie 286 



Essex Street 


PAGE 

286 


Harvard 


287 


North Harvard Street. . . 
Prison Point . . . 


287 
287 




287 
. 288 



Appendix I. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL 

WORK. 

(Page 293.) 



PAGE 

Assessment Streets 295 

Atlantic Avenue, Recon- 
struction 293 

Cottage-street Foot-bridge.. 293 

Dover-street Bridge 293 

East Boston Ferries 294 



PAGE 

Norfolk-street Bridge 294 

Stairway, Summer-street 

Bridge to A Street 294 

Miscellaneous 296 

Street Railway Tracks 297 



Appendix J. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF SMOKE INSPECTOR, 

(Page 299.) 



PAGE 

Boiler Applications 299 

Nova Scotia Coal 300 

Special Reports 299 



PAGE 

Summary 301 

Work Done 299 



Contents. ix 



Appendix K. 



REPORT OF THE CIVIL SERVICE CLERK. 

(Page 302.) 



Appendix L. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCUMENT 
NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 304.) 



List of Illustrations. 



LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. 

Part II. 



Canterbury Branch of Stony Brook and Talbot-avenue Branch 

High Level Intercepter 

East Boston Low Level Sewer across Tidal Basin 
Fenway, Foul-flow Channels, Section One 
Fenway, General View of Section Seven . 
Fenway, Showing Bracing Section Seven 
Fenway, Arch, Section Seven .... 
Fenway, Fore Bay of Gate-house Number One 
Fenway, Moving Gate-house Number Two 
Fens Dredging Plant 



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96 
82 
84 



90 
120 
122 



Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordinances, the 
annual report of the operation and expenses of the Street 
Department for the year 1905 is herewith respectfully sub- 
mitted. 

Organization. 

The work of the department during the past year has been 
carried on under . the same organization that was effected 
when the consolidated department was created in 1891, and 
as amended in 1895, the several divisions of the department 
being as follows : 



Central Office, 
Boston and Cambridge 

Bridges, 
Bridge Division, 
Ferry Division, 



Paving Division, 
Sanitary Division, 
Sewer Division, 
Street-Cleaning Division, 
Street-Watering Division. 



Each of the above divisions, with the exception of the 
Central Office and the Boston and Cambridge Bridges, is in 
charge of a Deputy Superintendent. 

The Boston and Cambridge bridges are managed by two 
commissioners. The Superintendent of Streets was the com- 
missioner for the City of Boston until October 28, 1904, 
when the Deputy Superintendent of the Bridge Division was 



2 City Document No. 40. 

appointed as commissioner, the other commissioner being 
appointed by the Mayor of the City of Cambridge. 



Appropriations. 

The money assigned for Street Department work for the 
past year was made available under the following appropria- 
tions : 

First. — Maintenance: From income of the city raised by 
taxes. Previous to the commencement of the financial year, 
February 1, the department estimates of the amounts neces- 
sary for the proper maintenance of the various divisions are 
submitted to His Honor the Mayor, who makes such recom- 
mendation as he may deem proper to the City Council. The 
maintenance appropriations, as passed by the City Council, 
were as follows : 



Central Office . 

Bridge Division 

Cambridge and Boston Bridges 

Ferry Division 

Paving Division 

Sanitary Division 

Sewer Division 

Street-Cleaning Division . 

Street- Watering Division . 

Total 



$21,000 00 
185,000 00 
22,000 00 
243,000 00 
900,000 00 
670,000 00 
350,000 00 
430,000 00 
165,000 00 

!, 986, 000 00 



Second. — Work done under appropriations for permanent 
improvements : There was made available by the City Coun- 
cil, from income of the city raised by taxes, for general new 
or reconstruction work, as follows : 



Street Improvements 



$500,000 00 



Third. — Work done under appropriations for permanent 
improvements : There was made available by the City Coun- 
cil, from loans within the debt limit, for new work as follows : 



Paving Division 



$220,000 00 



Street Department. 3 

Fourth. — In 1891 an Act was passed by the Legislature 
entitled " An Act Relating to the Location, Laying-out and 
Construction of Highways in the City of Boston." (Chapter 
323, Acts of 1891, and amendments, Highways, Making of.) 
Loans under this Act previous to 1901 were outside the 
debt limit, but by chapter 199 of the Acts of 1901 the city 
was empowered to borrow the money inside the debt limit. 
From this fund new streets, assessable on the abutting prop- 
erty, are built. The amount expended the past year was : 



Streets 



.0,604 01 



Fifth. — In 1897 an Act was passed by the Legislature 
entitled " An Act Relative to the Sewerage Works of the 
City of Boston." (Chapter 426.) Under this Act the loan 
is outside the debt limit. From this fund " Sewerage 
Works " are built. 



The amount expended the past year was 



;751,179 93 



Sixth. — In 1903 an Act was passed by the Legislature 
entitled " An Act Relative to Separate Systems of Drainage." 
(Chapter 383.) Loans under this Act are outside the debt 
limit. 



The amount expended last year was . 



$784,093 91 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for the 
year 1905 were as follows: 



Maintenance .... 

Sewerage Works 

Street Improvements 

Highways, Making of 

Separate Systems of Drainage . 

Bridge, Specials 

Hyde Park avenue . 

Brandon street and Belgrade avenue 

Paving, Specials 

Abolishment of Grade Crossings 

Atlantic-avenue Extension 



!, 236,350 11 

751,179 93 

767,707 46 

10,604 01 

784,093 91 

6,816 25 

58,973 65 

39,374 40 

39,374 39 

16,184 24 

1,604 16 



Total 



► ,712,262 51 



City Document No. 40. 



BRIDGE DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. Specials. 

$184,564.54. 86,816.25. 

Attention is again called to the badly corroded condition 
of the Huntington avenue bridge over the Boston & Albany 
railroad. From an inspection made by the City Engineer 
when this bridge was last repaired it was found to be in a 
very bad condition, so that extensive repairs were necessary 
to make it safe for travel, and an appropriation should be 
made for the construction of a new bridge as a matter of 
public safety. 



FERRY DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. 

$273,995.90. 

A contract has been entered into for building a new coal- 
pocket at the East Boston side of the North Ferry. Work 
on this new pocket would have been commenced at once but 
for the danger of a possible strike and consequent shortage 
of coal, which caused it to be deferred until later in order to 
enable this division to store coal in sufficient quantities to 
carry it through. The construction of the pocket will 
probably be begun by May 1, 1906. 

During the past year the United States Government 
issued an order that all boats carrying passengers must be 
provided with life-boats and life-rafts, life preservers, fire 
extinguishers and fire pumps, in order to insure the safety of 
the passengers. Accordingly the City Council voted a 
special appropriation to meet these demands, and now all our 
boats are in first-class condition in this respect. 

The old piers on the Boston side of both Ferries should 
be replaced by new ones. These old piers require constant 
repairs and in the interest of economy should be entirely 
rebuilt. 



Street Department. 



PAVING DIVISION. 



Expenditures. 
Maintenance. Specials. 

$1,011,752.77. $39,374.39. 

Work has been finished on Columbia road from the bridge 
over Old Colony avenue to Covington street, thus complet- 
ing the Boulevard from Franklin Park to Marine Park, a dis- 
tance of nearly four (1) miles. The West Roxbury high- 
ways, Belgrade avenue and Hyde Park avenue, were also 
completed. 

Geneva avenue from Westwood street across Vaughan 
avenue was widened and rough graded to meet the conditions 
caused by the construction of the new bridge of the New 
England Division of the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad. 

Granite block paving with pitch joints on a concrete base 
has been laid to the extent of about 31,000 square yards in 
the business section of the city. 

Bitulithic pavement has been laid in the residential dis- 
tricts to the extent of about 33,000 square yards and is 
proving very satisfactory. This pavement is laid with a ten- 
year maintenance guarantee. 

During the year the department force has been employed 
in repairing and resurfacing streets. About 38 miles of 
streets have been resurfaced, but a vast amount of work 
remains to be done not only on macadam streets, but also 
upon paved streets, in order that they may be put in proper 
condition. 



SANITARY DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. 

$703,382.08. 

The cost of the collection of material is much increased by 
the fact that the dumping places are so remote from the place 
of collection, and the purchase of carts having twice the 
capacity of those in use at the present time is respectfully 
urged, as this would make the unavoidably long hauls less 
frequent. 



6 City Document No. 40. 

There should be a dumping station at the South End and 
one somewhere in the vicinity of the Charlestown bridge as 
was recommended in the report of last year. 

The expense of repairing one of the dumping boats is very 
large. This boat has been in service over twenty years and 
ought to be replaced by a new one. 

The stables at Albany street and North Grove street 
should be thoroughly overhauled and enlarged in order to 
accommodate the horses, as many of them are now kept in 
sheds. 



SEWER DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. Specials. 

$381,687.78. 11,861,706.09. 

Stony Brook conduit and the West Roxbury low level 
sewer should be extended southward from Jamaica Plain. 

The work of separating the systems of the low-level dis- 
trict is now necessitated by the building of the Charles River 
basin. 

The brook and its principal tributaries must be improved 
to the Hyde Park line in order to fit them to receive the 
surface water drains which must be built in each street in 
the valley. 

The completion of the conversion of the combined to the 
separate system of sewers in the high level or South Metro- 
politan district and in so much of the low level or main 
drainage territory as is tributary to the Charles River basin 
is urged. 

The old channel of Stony Brook should be rebuilt, also 
the Dorchester Brook and Maywood's Brook sewer systems, 
the auxiliary east side intercepting sewer built and the East 
Boston intercepting system completed. 

The construction work in the Back Bay Fens has been 
completed. 



Street Department. 



STREET CLEANING DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. 

8448,837.79. 

The work of this division for the past year has been of the 
ordinary, almost routine, character. During July and August 
an attempt was made to flush some of the down-town streets, 
with two flushing carts, loaned by a concern in a neighboring 
city, but the experiment proved costly, besides wearing in 
some places on the joints of the block pavement, and was 
consequently abandoned. 

In our last report some very important recommendations 
were submitted, but were not acted upon. Again recognizing 
their importance, I would ask that money be made available 
for them as speedily as the financial condition of the city 
warrants it. 

STREET WATERING DIVISION. 

Expenditures. 
Maintenance. 

$189,347.50. 

During the past year four hundred and sixty-five (465) 
miles of streets were regularly watered, and five hundred and 
one million one hundred and three thousand two hundred 
(501,103,200) gallons of water were used in the work. 



Recapitulation of Expenditures for the Twelve Months ending 
January 31, 1906. 



Object of Appropriation. 



Current 
Expenses. 



Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 



Totals. 



Street Department : 

Central Ollice 

Boston and Cambridge Bridges 

Bridge Division 

Ferry Division 

Paving Division 

Sanitary Division 

Sewer Division 

Street Cleaning Division 

Street Watering Division 

Street Improvements 

Highways, Making of 

Hyde I'ark avenue 

Brandon street and Belgrade avenue. 



$21,902 91 
20,878 84 
184,564 54 
273,995 90 
1,011,752 77 
703,382 08 
381,687 78 
448,837 79 
189,347 50 



$6,816 25 



39,374 39 
1,553, 062 24' 



767,707 46 
10,604 01 
58,973 65 
39,374 40 



Totals $3,236,850 11 



$2,475,91 -1 ID 



$21,902 91 

20,878 84 

191,380 79 

273,995 90 

1,051,127 16 

703,382 08 

1,934,750 02 

448,837 79 

189,347 50 

767,707 46 

10,604 01 

58,973 65 

39,374 40 



$5,712,262 51 



8 City Document No. 40. 

Financial Statement of the Street Department Appropriation. 

February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906. 
Maintenance. 



Appropriation. 


Appropria- 
tions and 
Transfers 

during 1905. 


Revenue. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expendi- 
tures for the 
twelve 
months 
ending 
Jan. 31, 1906. 


Street Department : 
Central Office 


1 $21,902 91 
2 184,564 54 
3 19,420 87 
* 273,995 90 
5 1,009,915 18 
6 703,382 08 
7 380,778 54 
a 448,837 79 
9 189,347 50 




$21,902 91 
184,564 54 
20,878 84 
273,995 90 
1,011,752 77 
703,382 08 
381,687 78 
448,837 79 
189,347 50 


$21,902 91 






184,564 54 


Boston and Cambridge Bridges, 


$1,457 97 


20,878 84 
273,995 90 




1,837 59 


1,011,752 77 




703,382 08 




909 24 


381,687 78 




448,837 79 






189,347 50 






Totals 


$3,232,145 31 


$4,204 80 


$3,236,350 11 


$3,236,350 11 







'Appropriation 

Transferred from City Treasury . 
Transferred to Street Watering Division 



$21,000 00 

1,000 00 

97 09 



2 Appropriation 

Transferred to Street Watering Division 



3 Appropriation 

Transferred to Street Watering Division 



Appropriation .... 
Transferred from City Treasury 



6 Appropriation .... 
Transferred from City Treasury 



6 Appropriation 

Transferred from City Treasury 
Transferred from Surplus Revenue 



Appropriation .... 
Transferred from City Treasury 



8 Appropriation 

Transferred from Surplus Revenue 
Transferred from City Treasury 



1 Appropriation .... 
Transferred from City Treasury 



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$21,902 91 


$180/00 00 
435 46 


$184,564 54 




$22,000 00 
2,579 13 


$19,420 87 




$243,000 00 
30,995 90 


$273,995 90 


$900,000 00 
109,915 18 


$1,009,915 18 




$670,000 00 

7,000 00 

26,382 08 


$703,382 08 


$350,000 00 
30,778 54 


$380,778 54 




$430,000 00 
13,260 65 
5,577 14 


$448,837 79 




$165,000 00 
24,347 50 


$189,347 50 



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City Document No. 40. 



List of Contracts from February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906, 
made by the Street Department. 



Paving Blocks. 



Contract. 


Awarded to 


Dated 


Price per M. 

delivered 
on Wharves. 


Large paving blocks. . 
Large paving blocks. . 
Large paving blocks. . 
Large paving blocks. . 
Large paving blocks . . 
Gutter paving blocks . . 


New England Granite Company... 


May 2, 1905.. 
May 2, 1905.. 
May 2, 1905.. 
May 2, 1905.. 
May 2, 1905.. 
May 2, 1905.. 


$70 00 
70 00 
70 00 




70 00 


William T. Shea 


70 00 


William T. Shea 





Streets in Dorchester, $55; streets in South Boston, Roxbury and Brighton, $62. 



Bank Gravel and Sand. 



District. 


Awarded to 


Dated 


Price per Double Load 
of 40 Cubic Feet. 




Gravel. 


Sand. 




Frank J. Hannon 

J. P. O'Riorden 

J. P. O'Riorden. 

J. H. Sullivan 


March 21, 1905.. 
March 21, 1905.. 
March 21,1905.. 
March 21, 1905.. 
March 21, 1905.. 
March 21, 1905.. 
March 21, 1905.. 

March 21, 1905.. 

March 21, 1905.. 

March 21, 1905.. 


$1 45 
1 45 
1 45 
1 55 
1 25 
1 50 
1 65 

1 60 

1 60 

1 60 


*1 38 

1 27 


Charlestown 


1 05 
1 15 




Thomas F. Minton 

William Gilligan 

William Gilligan 

J. P. O'Riorden 


1 25 
1 50 




1 40 


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1 25 


City Proper : 
District 9 


1 60 


City Proper : 
District 10 


1 00 



Note. — Single loads to cost one-half of the foregoing prices. 



Steeet Department. 



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Spruce Lumber. 



District. 


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FeetB. M. 

Rough. 




Curtis & Pope Lumber Co 


Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 
Jan. 31, 1905.. 


$22 40 
23 00 




J O Wetherbee Co 


22 25 




G. Fuller & Son 

Curtis & Pope Lumber Co 

Curtis & Pope Lumber Co 

Curtis & Pope Lumber Co 


22 00 




23 40 
22 40 




22 40 




22 00 







Beach Gravel. 



District. 


Awarded to 


Dated 


Price perTon 

delivered 
on Wharves. 






Jan. 31, 1905.. 


$0 93 









Iron Castings. 



Contract. 


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Dated 


Price per 100 
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delivered at 
Yards. 






Jan. 31, 1906.. 


$1 64 







Coal. 



Contract. 


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Dated 


Price per 

Ton (2,240 
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1,800 tons Cumberland, 
Pumping Station, 


W. K. Niver Coal Company 


June 10, 1905.. 
July 5, 1905. . . 
July 5, 1905... 


$3 75 


10,000 tons Georges 
Creek, Pumping 
Station, Dorchester. 

10,000 tons Georges 
Creek, Ferry 


3 41 
3 41 







12 



City Document No. 40. 



Leasing Ledge Lots. 



Contract. 


Lessors. 


Dated 


Price per Ton 
for Stone 
removed. 


1 Lease of ledge on Columbia 

2 Lease of ledge on Centre St., 

between Allandale and Wal- 


W.J. Wilcox etals. 

Thomas Minton . . . 

James W. Kenney.. 
Wm. J. Emerson. . . 

Frederick Bleiler . . 

David W. Creed 


March 22 and 
June 12,1901.. 

May 10, 1902.... 

July 14, 1902.... 

June 8, 1903 

Dec. 23, 1905.... 


$0.10 
.18 


2 Lease of ledge on Kenney st., 


.17 


2 Lease of ledge on Rosseter st., 
2 Lease of ledge on Heath St., 


.18 
.18 


3 Lease of ledge on Forest Hills 
St.* 


.18 







1 Expires March 22, 1906. 2 Expires February 1, 1906. 3 Expires February 1, 1908. 
* Work under this contract was ordered stopped by the Mayor January 1, 1906. 



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Comparative Cost of Patching. 

Trinidad Asphalt. 

Total area of Trinidad asphalt on which guarantee has 
expired 131,833 sq. yds. 

Total cost of patching Trinidad asphalt on which guaran- 
tee has expired $9,627.15 

Average cost per square yard for patching Trinidad 
asphalt on which guarantee has expired $0,073 

Sicilian Rock Asphalt. 

Total area of Sicilian Rock asphalt on which guarantee 
has expired 57,549 sq. yds. 

Total cost of patching Sicilian Rock asphalt on which 
guarantee has expired $3,457.88 

Average cost per square yard for patching Sicilian Rock 
asphalt on which guarantee has expired $0,060 

Seyisel Rock Asphalt. 

Total area of Seyssel Rock asphalt on which guarantee 
has expired 4,384 sq. yds. 

Total cost of patching Seyssel Rock asphalt on which 
guarantee has expired $67.33 

Average cost per square yard for patching Seyssel Rock 
asphalt on which guarantee has expired $0,015 

Other Asphalts. 

Total area of other asphalts on which guarantee has 
expired 3,166 sq. yds. 

Total cost of patching other asphalts on which guarantee 
has expired $335.80 

Average cost per square yard for patching other asphalts 

on which guarantee has expired $0,106 



Total area of all asphalts on which guarantee has ex- 
pired 196,932 sq. yds. 

Average cost per square yard of street area for patching 

all asphalts on which guarantee has expired $0,069 

Total cost of all asphalt repairs from February 1, 1905, 
to February 1, 1906: 

Paid to the Barber Asphalt Paving Company $13,484.75 

Paid to the Boston Asphalt Company for repairs on 
Tufts street (now under guarantee) necessitated by 
a change of grade 27.75 

$13,512.50 



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City Document No. 40. 



Street Mileage. 

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Note. — The above districts refer to areas enclosed by the original boundary lines. 
*Of this amount 0.22 miles = asphalt blocks. 

t of this amount lb.24 miles = granite block paving on concrete base. 
4.71 miles of public alleys, chapter 298, Acts of 1898, included in this table. 
In addition to this table there are 0.85 miles accepted foot passageways. 

Total length of public streets, 502.80 miles. 

There have been laid out and accepted by the Street Com- 
missioners during the year 0.51 linear miles of public streets; 
corrections to previous measurements on account of revision 
and other causes show an increase of 0.09 miles, making a 
total net increase of 0.60 miles. 

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



1859 111.50 miles. 

1871 201.32 " 

1872 207.40 " 

1873 209.24 " 

1874 313.90 " 

1875 318.58 " 

1876 327.50 " 

1877 333.20 " 

1878 340.39 " 

1879 345.19 " 

1880 350.54 " 

1881 355.50 " 

1882 359.85 " 



1883 367.99 miles. 

1884 374.10 " 

1885 379.60 " 

1886 383.55 " 

1887 390.30 " 

1888 392.72 " 

1889 397. S4 " 

1890 404.60 " 

1891 409.60 " 

1892 434.59 " 

1893 443.34 " 

1894 447.65 " 

1895 452.12 " 



1896 456.11 miles. 

1897 456.12 " 

1898 471.19 " 

1899 479.47 " 

1900 489.55 " 

1901 491.85 " 

1902 496.90 " 

1903 499.85 " 

1904 500.39 " 

1905 502.20 " 

1906.... 502. 80 " 



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CENTRAL OFFICE DIVISION. 

Expenses of the Central Office. 

For the current expenses of the Central Office the City 
Council appropriated the sum of twenty-one thousand dollars 
($21,000), to which was transferred from "Reserve Fund" 
the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000), making a total 
appropriation of twenty-two thousand dollars ($22,000), 
which was expended as follows : 

Salaries . $19,168 21 

General office expenditures .... 2,734 70 



Total $21,902 91 



leaving a balance of ninety-seven dollars and nine cents 
($97.09), which was transferred to the Street Watering 
Division. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets. 



PART II. 



APPENDICES. 



PAGES i TO 312. 



APPENDIX A. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE BRIDGE DIVISION. 



926, 927 and 928 Tremont Building, 

Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit herewith the annual 
report of the expenditures, income and operations of the 
Bridge Division of the Street Department for the financial 
year ending January 31, 1906. 

There are in the City of Boston 159 bridges, not including 
culverts. Seven of these, namely, Harvard, West Boston 
(temporary), Prison Point, Cambridge street, Essex street, 
Western avenue to Cambridge, and North Harvard street, 
all connecting Boston and Cambridge, are in charge of two 
commissioners, one of whom is appointed by the Mayor of 
the City of Boston and the other by the Mayor of the City 
of Cambridge. One, Craigie's, from Boston to Cambridge, is 
in charge of the Charles River Basin Commission, and will 
be replaced by the Charles River Dam, now under construc- 
tion. 

One hundred fifteen bridges are supported wholly or in 
part by the City of Boston, twenty-seven of these being tide- 
water bridges provided with a draw. 

Forty-two bridges are supported wholly by railroad corpor- 
ations. 

There are thirteen important tide-water bridges maintained 
by the City of Boston, namely, Mt. Washington avenue, 
operated by hand power ; Broadway, Chelsea South, Con- 
gress street, L street and Warren, operated by steam power ; 
and Charlestown, Chelsea North, Dorchester avenue (for- 
merly Federal street), Dover street, Maiden, Meridian street 
and Summer street, operated by electricity. 

The force employed on the tide-water bridges is on an eight- 
hour basis, which necessitates the employment of nine men 
on each of twelve bridges, and twelve men on the Charles- 



4 City Document No. 40. 

town bridge, making a total force of one hundred and twenty 
men employed on the thirteen principal drawbridges. 

Repairs have been made on the different bridges at various 
times ; the operating machinery on the drawbridges has been 
frequently inspected and such repairs made as were needed, 
and the surfaces and structures of the different inland bridges 
have received attention, from time to time, as the necessity 
arose, and all defects promptly and properly remedied. 

I would respectfully call your attention to the badly cor- 
roded condition of the Huntington-avenue bridge over the 
Boston & Albany Railroad. 

From an inspection made by the City Engineer when this 
bridge was last repaired, it was fully demonstrated that pub- 
lic safety demands that an appropriation be made during the 
coming year to rebuild it as soon as possible. According to 
an estimate of the City Engineer, this would cost about 
$35,000. 

The Mt. Washington-avenue bridge was closed to public 
travel on July 11, 1904, and the draw-way of the South 
Boston channel was widened to fifty feet, as ordered by the 
Secretary of War. 

No additional work has been done on this bridge, and it 
has been closed to public travel now for over one and one- 
half years. 

Some action should be taken to either abolish and remove 
the bridge, or to re-open it during the coming year, as in its 
present condition it is an expense to the city, without any 
corresponding benefit to the public. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Daniel J. Byrne, 

Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 

OBJECT OF EXPENDITURES. 

Administration. 



Office expenses : 



Salaries, deputy superintendent and office force . 


$6,330 08 


Salaries, supervisors 


. 


3,703 94 


Telephones, office, yards and deputy's 


house 


530 40 


Printing ...... 


$684 43 




Stationery ..... 


257 30 




Sundry office expenses : 






Advertising . . . $180 98 






Furniture . . . 167 41 






Travelling expenses . 90 00 








438 39 

NTSES. 


1,380 12 




Total expended, administration 


$11,944 54 


Maintenance Expi 




Administration .... 




$11,944 54 


On tide-water bridges . . . . 




140,266 06 


On inland bridges .... 




11,033 98 


North yard and stable 




9,654 15 


South yard and stable .... 




11,665 81 


Total 


$184,564 54 







FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Maintenance Appropriation. 
Appropriation, 1905-06 $185,000 00 



Amount of expenditures, from February 1, 1905, 

to January 31, 1906 $184,564 54 

Transfer to Street Watering Division . . . 435 46 



Total 



5185,000 00 



City Document No. 40. 



Special Appropriations in Charge of the Bridge Division. 



Name of Appropriation. 


Appropriation 

and 

Balances. 


Expended 
Feb. 1, 1905, 

to 
Jan. 31, 1906. 


Balance 

on hand, 

Jan. 31, 1906. 


Chelsea bridge, south draw, recon- 


$15,000 00 
613 76 

882 60 
7,000 00 

9,000 00 

101 17 
1,100 00 




$15,000 00 
107 58 


Congress-street bridge, repairs 

* Construction of piers, Bridge Divi- 


$506 18 

88 16 
4,674 96 

1,390 41 
156 54 


Cottage-street bridge, reconstruction of 
Dover-street bridge, widening of draw 


2,325 04 
7,609 59 


* Electrical installation and construc- 










Totals 


$33,697 53 


$6,816 25 


$25,042 21 





* The following balances of above accounts were transferred to street improve- 
ments, Street Department, December 19, 1905 : 

Construction of piers, Bridge Division $794 44 

Electrical installation and construction, Bridge Division 101 17 

New trucks, Bridge Division 943 46 



Total trans ferred $1,839 07 

A.mount of expenditures, February 1, 1905, to 

January 31, 1906 $6,816 25 

Amount transferred to street improvements . . 1,839 07 

Balance 25,042 21 



Amount of appropriations .... $33,697 53 

Amount expended and charged to maintenance 

appropriation . . . . . . . $184,564 54 

Amount expended and charged to Bridge Division 

specials ........ 6,816 25 



Grand total of expenditures from February 1, 

1905, to January 31, 1906 . . ' . $191,380 79 



Income. 

The amount of bills deposited with the City Collector 
during the year was $1,263.29 ; and the amount received by 
the City Collector on account of the Bridge Division during 
the same period was $1,141.97. 

The following is a list of the amounts expended on the 
different bridges in charge of this division: 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 



Tide-water Bridges. 



Name of Bridge. 



Repairs, 
Labor and 
Material. 



Regular 

Expenses, 
Salaries, Fuel 
and Supplies. 



Totals. 



Broadway 

Charlestown 

Chelsea (north) 

Chelsea (south) 

Chelsea street 

Commercial Point (or Tenean). 

Congress street 

Dorchester avenue 

Dover street 

Granite 

L street 

Maiden 

Meridian street 

Mt. Washington avenue 

Neponset 

North Beacon street 

Summer street 

Warren 

Western avenue to Watertown . 

AVinthrop 

Sundry expenditures 

Public Landings : 

Jeffries Point 

East Boston 



11,780 58 

4,815 20 

960 43 

S31 02 

174 81 

314 34 

3,757 39 

1,853 77 

1,247 80 

116 66 

581 19 

812 90 

1,742 36 

16 94 

290 63 

726 31 

2,934 52 

4,135 89 

196 01 

579 23 

865 29 



$7,796 32 
11,611 29 

7,828 33 

8,220 30 

315 70 

50 00 

8,019 40 

8,864 60 

7,944 01 

239 20 

8,176 09 

7,905 26 

7,814 45 

7,447 39 

398 84 

199 43 

8,590 65 

8,602 22 

199 41 

112 50 

526 33 

396 07 
275 00 



$9,576 90 

16,426 49 

8,788 76 

9,051 32 

490 51 

364 34 

11,776 79 

10,718 37 

9,191 81 

355 86 

8,757 28 

8,718 16 

9,556 81 

7,464 33 

689 47 

925 74 

11,525 17 

12,738 11 

395 42 
' 691 73 

1,391 62 

396 07 

275 00 



Totals. 



$28,733 27 



$111,532 79 



$140,266 06 



City Document No. 40. 
Inland Bridges. 



Name of Bridge. 



Repairs, 
Labor and 
Materials. 



Albany street 

Allston 

Ashmont 

Athens street 

Beacon street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Bennington street , 

Berkeley street 

Berwick Park (foot-bridge) 

Bolton street 

Boston street 

Boylston street (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Broadway (over Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Brookline avenue 

Cambridge street (over Boston & Maine Railroad) 

Central avenue 

Columbus avenue 

Cottage street (foot-bridge) 

Dartmouth street 

Dorchester avenue (over Plymouth Division) 

Elm wood street 

Everett street (Brighton) '. 

Ferdinand street 

Florence street 

Huntington avenue 

Linden Park street 

Massachusetts avenue (Boston & Albany Railroad) 

Massachusetts avenue (Boston & Providence Railroad) . . 

Milton 

Perkins street 

Southampton street (east) 

Southampton street (west) 

Southampton street (over Plymouth Division) 

West Fourth street (at Dover street) 

West Newton street 

Williams street 

Sundry expenditures 

Total expenditures on inland bridges 



$212 74 
472 28 
185 12 

16 00 
178 10 
117 02 
137 87 
4 00 
436 03 

76 11 
217 73 
358 70 
761 20 

29 19 

4 50 

237 76 

690 50 

342 00 

66 86 

9 00 

409 60 

1,066 28 

64 12 
142 67 

32 93 
313 08 
153 91 
108 57 
6 00 
981 93 
146 02 

69 05 

752 22 

189 36 

454 71 

1,590 82 



$11,033 98 



Maintenance Expenses at the North and South Yards. 
District JVo. i, Warren Bridge. 

$5,468 32 

4,185 83 

$9,654 15 



North Yard 
North Stable 



District No. %, 168-170 Broadioay Extension. 

South Yard $5,456 93 

South Stable 6,208 88 



$11,665 81 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 9 

LIST OF BOSTON BRIDGES. 

I. — Bridges wholly Maintained by Boston. 

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

In Charge of Bridge Division. 

Allston, over Boston & Albany Railroad at Cambridge street, 

Brighton. 
Ashland street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Providence 

Division, West Roxbury. 
Athens street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland 

Division. 
Baker street, at Brook Farm, West Roxbury. 
Beacon street, over outlet to Back Bay Fens. 
Beacon street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Bennington street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Berkeley street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Berwick park (foot-bridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, 

Providence Division. 
Blakemore street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Providence 

Division. 
Bolton street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland 

Division. 
Boylston street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

* Charlestown, from Boston to Charlestown. 

* Chelsea [South], over south channel, Mystic river. 

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

* Commercial Point, or Tenean, Dorchester. 

* Congress street, over Fort Point channel. 

Cottage Farm, over Boston & Albany Railroad, at Common- 
wealth avenue. 
Cottage street (foot-bridge), over flats, East Boston. 
Dartmouth street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

channel. 

* Dover street, over Fort Point channel. 

Elmwood street (private way), over Stony brook, Roxbury. 
Ferdinand street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Florence street, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Grainsbo rough street (foot-bridge), over N. Y., N. II. & H. 
Railroad, Providence Division. 



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City Document No. 40. 



Gold street (foot-bridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, 

Midland Division. 
Huntington avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Hyde Park avenue, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Ipswich street, over waterway. 
Irvington street (foot-bridge), over N. Y.,N. H. &H. Railroad, 

Providence Division. 
Keyes street, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 

* L street, over reserved channel at junction of Summer and L 

streets. - 
Linden Park, over Stony brook, Roxbury. 

* Maiden, from Charlestown to Everett. 
Massachusetts avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Massachusetts avenue, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, 

Providence Division. 

* Meridian street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 

* Mt. Washington avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

Shawmut avenue, over Boston & Albany and N. Y., N. H. & H. 
Railroad, Providence Division. 



& H. Railroad, Mid- 
& H. Railroad, Mid- 



Railroad, Provi- 



Y., N. H. &H. 



Southampton street, east of N. Y., N. H. 

land Division. 
Southampton street, west of N. Y., N. H. 

land Division. 
Summer street, over A street. 
Summer street, over B street. 
Summer street, over C street. 

* Summer street, over Fort Point channel. 

* Warren, from Boston to Charlestown. 
West Newton street, over N. Y., N. H. & H 

dence Division. 
West Rutland square (foot-bridge) , over N 

Railroad, Providence Division. 
Williams street, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Winthrop, from Breed's Island to Winthrop. 

In Charge of Park Department. 

Agassiz, in Fens. 

Audubon, in Riverway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Bernier-street foot-bridge, over Muddy river. 

Boylston, in Fens, over waterway. 

Bridle-path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

* Castle Island, in Marine Park, South Boston, to Castle Island. 
Charlesgate, in Fens, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Commonwealth avenue, in Fens, over waterway. 

Ellicott Arch, in Franklin Park. 
Fen, in Fens. 

Forest Hills, in Franklin Park. 
Leverett pond (foot) in Leverett Park. 

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



Street Department — Bridge Division. 11 

Overlook Arch, in Franklin Park. 

Scarboro', in Franklin Park. 

Scarboro' pond (foot), in Franklin Park. 

Stony brook, in Arborway. 

Stony brook, in Fens. 

Wood Island (foot), in Wood Island Park. 

In Charge of Public Grounds Department. 
Public Garden (foot-bridge). 

II. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Part within 

its Limits. 

In Charge of Bridge Division. 

Central avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Chelsea [North], from Charlestown to Chelsea. 

* Granite, from Dorchester to Milton. 
Milton, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Neponset, from Dorchester to Quincy. 

* North Beacon street, from Brighton to Watertown. 
Spring street, from West Roxbury to Dedham. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Watertown. 

In Charge of Park Department. 

Bellevue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Bernier-street foot-bridge, over Muddy river. 
Brookline avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Huntington avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Long wood, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

In Charge of Bridge Division. 

Albany street, over Boston & Albany Railroad (over freight 

tracks). 
Ashmont, junction Dorchester avenue and Talbot avenue, over 

N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth Division (75 feet south 

of northerly end). 
Harvard street, over N. Y., N. II. & H. Railroad, Midland 

Division (sidewalks). 

In Charge of Commissioners of Cambridge Bridges. 

* Cambridge street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Essex street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Harvard, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* North Harvard street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Prison Point, from Charlestown to Cambridge. 



12 City Document No. 40. 

* West Boston (temporary), from Boston to Cambridge. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

IV. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Wearing 

Surface. 

In Charge of Bridge Division. 

Blue Hill avenue, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland 
Division . 

Boston street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 
Division. 

Cambridge street, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Chelsea bridge, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Dorchester avenue, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 
Division. 

Everett street, over Boston & Albany Railroad, Brighton. 

Norfolk street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland Divi- 
sion, Mattapan. 

Oakland street,' over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland Divi- 
sion, Mattapan. 

Perkins street (foot-bridge), over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Summer street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland 
Division. 

Southampton street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 
Division. 

West Fourth street, over N. Y., N. H. &H. Railroad, Plymouth 
Division. 

In Charge of Bridge Division and Bark Department. 

Columbia road, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 

Division. 
Columbia road, over Shoreham street. 

V. — Bridge Maintained by Charles River Basin Commission. 
Craigie's, Boston to Cambridge. 

VI. — Bridge Maintained by Metropolitan Park Commission. 
Mattapan bridge. 

VII. — Bridges Maintained by Railroad Corporations. 

1st. — Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Albany street (over passenger tracks). 
Harrison avenue. 
Market street, Brighton. 
Tremont street. 
Washington street. 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 13 

2d. — Boston & Maine and Boston db Albany Railroads. 

Main street. 
Mystic avenue. 

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

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

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

Division. 
Dorchester avenue. 
Morton street, Dorchester. 

Norfolk street, Dorchester (near Dorchester station) . 
Silver street. 

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

6th. — New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Plymouth 

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

7th. — New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, Provi- 
dence Division. 

Albany street. New part. 

Beech street, West Roxbury. 

Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 

Berkeley street. New part. 

Broadway. New part. 

Canterbury street, West Roxbury. 

Castle street. 

Centre and Mt. Vernon streets, West Roxbury. 

Chandler street. 

Columbus avenue. New part. 

Dartmouth street. New part. 

Dudley avenue, West Roxbury. 

Ferdinand street. New part. 

Harrison avenue. New part. 



14 



City Document No. 40. 



Park street, West Roxbury. 
Tremont street. New part. 
Washington street. New part. 



Recapitulation of Bridges. 

I. Number wholly maintained by Boston : 
In charge of Bridge Division 
In charge of Park Department . 
In charge of Public Grounds Department, 

II. Number of which Boston maintains the part 
within its limits : 
[n charge of Bridge Division 
In charge of Park Department . 

III. Number of which Boston pays a part of the 

cost of maintenance : 
In charge, of Bridge Division 
In charge of Commissioners of Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges .... 

IV. Number of which Boston maintains the wearing 
surface : 
In charge of Bridge Division 
In charge of Bridge and Park Departments, 

V. Number maintained by Charles River Basin 
Commission ...... 

VI. Number maintained by Metropolitan Park 
Commission ...... 

VTI. Number maintained by railroad corporations : 

1. Boston & Albany .... 

2. Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 

Railroads ..... 

3. Boston & Maine, Eastern Division 

4. Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn 

5. New York, New Haven & Hartford, 

Midland Division .... 

6. New York, New Haven & Hartford, 

Plymouth Division .... 

7. New York, New Haven & Hartford, 

Providence Division 



58 
19 

1 



12 
2 



78 



5 
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— 10 



14 

1 



2 
1 

1 

11 

5 

17 

— 42 



Total number 



159 



Public Landing-Places. 

The following public landing-places have been built by the 
city, and are maintained and controlled by the Bridge Division : 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 15 

East Boston Public Landing. — Size, 18x30. Built in 
1893. Moored at clock of the Atlantic Works. Dock and flats 
leased at $250 per year. 

Jeffries Point, "East Boston. — Size, 20x50. Moored from 
Fitzpatrick's Wharf ; $350 per year. 

Cable-Houses and Boxes. 

The following is a list of cable-houses and boxes on bridges in 
charge of this division : 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company : 

Chelsea [South] bridge, 1 house. 

Congress-street bridge, 2 houses. 

Dover-street bridge, 2 houses or boxes. 

Chelsea [North] bridge, 1 box. 

Chelsea-street bridge, 1 box. 

Maiden bridge, 4 boxes. 

Meridian-street bridge, 2 boxes. 

Neponset bridge, 2 boxes on poles. 

Warren bridge, 2 boxes. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company : 

Dorchester-avenue bridge, 1 house. 

Mt. Washington-avenue bridge, 2 boxes. 

Neponset bridge, 1 box on pole. 

Summer-street bridge, 1 box. 
Merchants' Telegraph Company : 

Congress-street bridge, 2 boxes. 
Postal Telegraph Cable Company : 

Congress-street bridge, 2 houses. 

Maiden bridge, 2 boxes. 

Warren bridge, 2 boxes. 
Boston Electric Light Company : 

Congress-street bridge, 2 boxes. 
Lynn & Boston Railroad Company : 

Chelsea [North] bridge, 4 boxes. 

Chelsea [South] bridge, 8 boxes. 
Boston Elevated Railway Company : 

Cambridge-street bridge, 1 house. 

Dover-street bridge, 1 house, 1 box. 

Dorchester-avenue bridge, 2 houses. 

Maiden bridge, 2 houses. 

Warren bridge, 2 houses. 
Boston Police Department : 

Chelsea [South] bridge, 1 box. 

Maiden bridge, 2 boxes. 
Boston Fire Department : 

Chelsea [North] bridge, 1 box. 

Dover-street bridge, 1 house, 1 box. 

Meridian-street bridge, 2 boxes. 

Warren bridge, 2 boxes. 



16 City Document No. 40. 



Land and Buildings in Charge of Bridge Division. 

Broadway Bridge. — Draw-house and one storehouse. Land, 
Broadway and Dorchester avenue, containing 5,516 feet, on 
which is a brick stable and workshop. 

Charlestown Bridge. — Draw-house, electrical power- room, and 
six storehouses. 

Chelsea \_Nbrth~] Bridge. — Draw-house. 

Chelsea [South'] Bridge. — Draw-house and engine-house. 

Chelsea-street Bridge. — Tool-house. 

Congress-street Bridge. — Draw-house, storehouse and two 
shelter houses. 

Cottage-street {foot-bridge) . — Watchman's house. 

Dover-street Bridge. — Draw-house. 

I) or Chester -avenue Bridge. — Draw-house, tool-shed, two motor- 
houses, one controller-house. 

L-street Bridge. — Draw-house, engine-house. 

Maiden Bridge. — Draw-house. 

Meridian- street Bridge. — Draw-house. 

Mt. Washington-avenue Bridge. — Draw-house and tool-house. 

Neponset Bridge. — Tool-house. 

Summer-street Bridge. — Draw-house, controller-house, two shel- 
ter houses. 

Warren Bridge. — Stable, draw-house containing an engine- 
room and boiler-room and a tool-house. 

Western- avenue Bridge to Watertoton. — Tool-house. 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 



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Table showing Width of Bridges, kind of Roadways, Sidewalks, 
etc., on Tide=water Bridges, 1905. 



Name of Bridge. 



Kind of 
Roadway. 



Sidewalks. 



Kind of Walks. 



Broadway 

Cambridge street 

Craigie's (temporary). 

Charlestown 

Chelsea, North 

Chelsea, South 

Chelsea street 

Commercial point. . . j 

Congress street 

Dover st. (over water; 

Essex street 

Federal street 

Granite 

Harvard- 

L street 

Maiden 

Meridian street 

Mt. Washington ave.. 

Neponset 

North Beacon street.. 
North Harvard street. . 

Prison Point 

Summer street 

Warren 

Western avenue to 
Cambridge 

Western avenue to 
Watertown 

Winthrop 

West Boston (tempo- 
rary) 



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60 (I 
40 
49 2 

100 



50 3 

30 

about 
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60 

60 

31 
69 
30 2 
69 4 
60 

60 
to 

67 6 

50 

61 

30 

31 

28 2 

50 

100 
80 

33 a 

33 
24 2 



Ft. In. 

40 

32 9 

40 

127 9) 
122 } 
127 9) 

40 

41 2 

23 2 

about 

27 

44 
40 

22 8 
49 

24 4 
51 
44 

44 

36 
39 6 

23 10 

25 2 

26 7 

36 

76 
60 

26 3 

24 2 
19 10 

37 2 



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I " 

Paved 

Plank 

Pa^ed 

Plank 

Paved 

Plank 

I Plank part 
( Paved part 

Paved entire 

Paved 

Plank ....... 



Ft. In. 

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6 

8 

10 
8 

8 

6 

8 
10 

7 6 
10 

5 

9 2 

8 

8 

7 
10 9 
5 5 
5 

7 

12 
10 



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3 7 



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Plank. 



Asphalt. 



Coal-tar concrete 
and plank. - 



Plank. 



Coal-tar concrete. 

Asphalt. 

Plank. 

Asphalt. 

Plank. 

Asphalt. 

Composition. 
Coal-tar concrete. 

Plank. 



Coal-tar concrete. 

Asphalt. 
Coal-tar concrete. 

Plank. 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 



19 



Table showing the Widths of Openings for Vessels in all Bridges 
Provided with Draws in the City of Boston, 1905. 



Name of Bridge. 


Location. 


~_. to 

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Width. 


Boston & Maine R.R., Eastern 


Boston to Charlestown 


1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

2 


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35 

36 

36 

40 

39 

39 

35 
43 
36 
50 
50 
38 
60 
36 
36 
24 
43 
50 
36 
37 
36 
41 
36 
49 
36 
36 
36 

39 

50 




Boston & Maine R.R., Eastern 


" 9 " 


Boston & Maine R.R., Fitchburg 


Boston to Charlestown 

Boston to East Cambridge, 

Boston to Charlestown 

Over Miller's river 

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


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Boston & Maine R.R., Fitchburg 

Division (for teaming freight) . . 

Boston & Maine R.R. (freight), 


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" 2 " 


Boston & Maine R.R. (passen- 
ger), Southern Division 

Boston & Maine R.R., Western 


" 7 " 

" 7 " 


Boston & Maine R.R., Western 


" 10 " 


Charlestown (north channel) 


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Charlestown to Chelsea 

East Boston to Chelsea 


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1 

2 


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Chelsea street (East Boston side), 

Chelsea street (Chelsea side) 

Commercial Point (or Tenean) . . . 
Congress street ( Boston side) — 
Congress St. (South Boston side), 


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2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 
1 


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Over Fort Point chan nel. . . 

Boston to East Cambridge, 
Over Fort Point channel... 

Brighton to Cambridge 

Over Fort Point channel. . . 

Brighton to Cambridge 

East Boston to Chelsea 

Dorchester to Milton 

Boston to Cambridge 

Over Reserved channel, 


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Dorchester avenue 

Grand Junction R.R 


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Harvard (Cambridge side) 


ii 10 ii 




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Charlestown to Everett 


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Table showing Width of Openings, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



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Meridian st. (East Boston side) . . 

Meridian street (Chelsea side) — 

Mt. Washington avenue (Boston 
side) 

Mt. Washington avenue (South 
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Neponset 

New York, New Haven & Hart- 
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New York, New Haven & Hart- 
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New York, New Haven & Hart- 
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New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford R.R 

North Beacon street 

North Harvard street 

Prison Point 

Summer street 

Warren 

West Boston (temporary) 

Western avenue 

Western avenue 



East Boston to Chelsea. 



Over Fort Point channel 



Dorchester to Quincy 

Over South Bay 

Over Fort Point channel 



Dorchester to Quincy.. . 
Brighton to Watertown. 
Brighton to Cambridge. 
Charlestown to Cambrid; 
Over Fort Point channel 
Boston to Charlestown . 
Boston to Cambridge. . . 
Brighton to Cambridge. 
Brighton to Watertown. 



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59 " 

42 " 2 



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APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE FERRY DIVISION. 



North Ferry, East Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit report of income, ex- 
penses and operation of the Ferry Division, for the financial 
year ending Januaiy 31, 1906. 

During the past year, owing to a terrible calamity in New 
York harbor, the United States Government promulgated 
new and stringent rules governing all vessels carrying pas- 
sengers. To meet these demands a special appropriation of 
$12,000 was made by the City Council to equip our boats. 

Every ferry boat was hauled out on the railway, and new 
sea cocks were put in and the whole hull gone over. New 
life boats and rafts, double the number of life preservers, 
fire extinguishers and fire pumps were added to conform 
with the new rules, so now these boats are in first-class 
condition so far as the saving of life is concerned. 

A special appropriation of $25,000 to build a new coal- 
pocket at the North Ferry was also given us. Plans were 
made and the contract was awarded to build same. Work 
would have commenced on this pocket by this time except 
that there was danger of a coal strike and work was de- 
ferred until later. It is confidently asserted that work will 
start on this by May 1. This improvement has been 
needed here for a number of years, as the old shed was 
dilapidated and antiquated. 

Your attention is called to the condition of the piers on 
Boston side of both ferries. These piers are old and require 
constant repairs. In the interest of economy they should be 
entirely rebuilt, as in my judgment it is a waste of money to 
keep repairing them. With these exceptions the rest of the 
plant (buildings, drops and boats) is in good condition. 

The property in charge of this division is as follows : 



24 City Document No. 40. 

South Ferry, East Boston Side. — Located at the termina- 
tion of Lewis street, and covers an area of 58,725 square 
feet of land and water. On these premises are one head- 
house, with canopies ; one workshop for carpenters, machin- 
ists and blacksmith, both of the above buildings being at 
present time in course of construction ; one storehouse and 
temporary waiting-room, one new, modern coal-pocket, three 
new piers which form the two slips, two drops and tanks, 
one new wharf and dock, where boats are laid when not in 
use or while undergoing repairs. 

South Ferry, Boston Side. — Located at the termination of 
Eastern avenue, and covers an area of 38,185 square feet of 
land and water, on which are one head-house with canopies, 
one gate-room, three piers which form the two slips, and two 
drops and tanks. 

North Ferry, Boston Side. — Located at the termination of 
Battery street, and covers an area of 45,000 square feet of 
land and water, on which are one head-house with canopies, 
one gate-room, three piers which form the two slips, and two 
drops and tanks. 

North Ferry, East Boston Side. — Located at the termina- 
tion of Border street, and covers an area of 62,138 square 
feet of land and water, on which are one head-house with 
canopies, one boiler and oil-room, one stable, one coal-shed, 
three piers, which form the two slips, and two drops and 
tanks. 

The following steam ferry-boats are in commission : 

Name. When built. Kind. Length. 

Revere 1875 Side-wheel. 148 ft. 

D. D. Kelly 1879 " 148 " 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 " 163" 

General Hancock 1887 " 148" 

Noddle Island 1899 Propeller. 164 " 3 in. 

Governor Russell 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph F. Low, 

Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 



25 



STREET DEPARTMENT, FERRY DIVISION. 

Consolidated Financial Statement for the 
• Year 1905-06. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $108,478 09 

Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 550 00 

Total $109,028 09 

Cash paid over to City Collector .... 108,478 09 

Balance of cash on hand at end of the year . . $550 00 

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (loans) . $15 60 
Received from City Treasurer, special loan . . 12,000 00 
Received from City Treasurer, special loan . . 25,000 00 
Received from City Treasurer by transfer . . 18,995 90 
Received from City Treasurer, annual appropria- 
tion for this division for 1905-06 . . . 243,000 00 

* Total appropriations of all kinds . . $299,01150 

* Total expenditures of all kinds . . . 273,995 90 

Balance unexpended (loans) .... $25,015 60 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) . . . $108,478 09 

Expenditure for maintenance . $261,995 90 
Expenditure for maintenance by 

special loan . . . . 11,71937 
Interest on ferry debts . . 16,920 00 
Depreciation on boats . . . 14,215 49 
Depreciation on tools and machin- 
ery 759 50 

Outgo for year .... $305,610 26 
Deduct increase in stock of sup- 
plies 5,544 70 

Net outgo for the year 300,065 56 

Net loss for the year $191,587 47 



'Details of appropriations and expenditures given in Table 5. 



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6. Comparative Balance Sheets at the Close of each Year for Five 

Years. 



January 31, 
1902". 



January 31, 
1903. 



January 31, 
1904. 



January 31, 
1905. 



January 31, 
1906. 



Assets. 
Cash in hands of tollmen, 
Accounts receivable 



Fuel and supplies on 
hand 



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City Treasurer (balance 
of appropriations) 



Real estate and buildings 
(Assessors' valuations) 

Ferry-boats (less depre- 
ciation) 



Machinery and tools 

Total tangible assets. . . 

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



10,371 
10,639 

546,600 

285,250 
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$575 00 
62 50 

7,153 65 

41,349 01 

577,400 00 

268,135 80 
300 00 



$600 00 



9,793 00 

15 60 

577,400 00 

252,047 65 
7,595 00 



$550 00 
12 50 

4,692 23 

15 60 

577,400 00 

236,924 79 
7,59fV 00 



$550 00 



$859,437 34 



Deficiency of assets(loss; 
Totals 



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2 

$3,209,627 46 



$894,975 96 

315,815 68 
2,168,337 23 



$847,451 25 

315,815 68 
2,309,834 96 



$827,190 12 

315,815 68 
2,428,943 34 



1,379,128 87 



$3,473,101 89 



3,571,949 14 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City 
of Boston to date 



Appropriations account 
(credit balances) 



$3,198,987 75 
10,639 71 



$3,337,779 86 
41,349 01 



$3,473,086 29 
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3,571,933 54 
15 60 



Total liabilities 



209,627 46 



83,379,128 S' 



$3,473,101 S9 



$3,571,949 14 



10,236 93 

25,015 60 

577,400 00 

222,709 30 
6,835 50 



$842,747 33 



315,815 68 
2,620,543 31 



$3,779,106 32 



$3,754,090 72 
25,015 60 



S3. 779,106 32 



Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to 
date, per ferry books.. 


$8,355,982 24 


$8,666,381 23 


$S,977,252 87 


$9,252,299 07 


$9,542,934 34 


Interest on debts for the 
year (per City Audi- 
tor) 


13,420 00 
279,148 85 


15,003 00 


16,920 00 


16,920 00 


16,920 00 


Interest previous years, 
etc. (net debits per Au- 


279,148 85 


279.14S 85 


279,148 S5 

*$9,548,367 92 


279,148 85 






Total expenditures 


*$8,64S,551 09 


*$8,960,533 OS 


*$9,273,321 72 


*$9,839,003 19 


Deduct total receipts 
paid to Collector 


*5,449,563 34 


*5,622,753 22 


*5,800,235 43 


*5,976,434 38 


*6,0S4,912 47 


Excess of expenditure, 
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$3,198,9S7 75 


$3,337,779 86 


$3,473,086 29 


$3,571,933 54 


$3,754,090 72 







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difference (capital invested) being the same. $3,542.50 for additional interest, and $33 
counted twice on total of ferry books, have also been included In these figures. 

f See footnote, §, under Table 4. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 31 



7. Total Expenditures upon Ferries since 1858-59. 

Expenditure, for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 

previous to purchase of the ferries by the cit} 7 ,| $444,101 30 

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

* Expenditures for ferry-boats since April, 1870, 618,070 58 

* Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc 530,523 64 

* Expenditures for tools and fixtures . . 14,752 46 
Expenditures for land from Lincoln's wharf in 

1887 5,562 52 

Expenditures for land from Battery wharf in 

1893 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $1,899,385 50 

* Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . 810,707 47 

* Expenditures for fuel 1,289,194 82 

* Expenditures for salaries and wages . . 4,367,994 87 
Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,531,999 09 



(,899,281 75 



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 5,863,147 31 

* Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 60,969 13 

* Receipts from sales of ferry-boats . . . 147,331 21 

* Receipts from all other sources, per ferry 

books 14,152 00 

Receipts from all other sources, additional per 

Auditor 30,690 00 



Less rejected money destroyed . 
Less amount counted twice 
Less amount in hands of tollmen 



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32 City Document No. 40. 



Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Division op the Street 
Department for the Year Ending January 31, 1905. 

Appropriation for the year ending January 31, 

1906 . . $243,000 00 

Received by transfer ..... 18,995 90 



Total amount $261,995 90 



Amount of expenditures ..... $261,995 90 

Special Appropriations. 

Appropriation authorized and issued May 27, 

1902, for ferry improvements . . . $100,000 00 

Amount expended from May 27, 

1902, to February 1, 1903 . $58,650 99 

Amount expended from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1903, to February 1, 

1904 . . . . " . 41,333,41 
Amount expended from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1904, to February 1, 

1905 . . . * . 
Amount expended from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1905, to February 1, 

1906 . ' . . . * . 

99,984 40 



Unexpended balance of appropriation, January 

31, 1906 $15 60 

Appropriation authorized and issued July, 1905, 
for equipping ferry boats with life saving- 
appliances $12,000 00 

Amount expended from July 31, 

1905, to February 1, 1906 . $11,719 37 

Amount transferred to City 

Treasury, January, 1906 . 280 63 

$12,000 00 



Appropriation authorized and issued July, 1905, $25,000 00 

Amount expended during year ending January 

31, 1906 

Unexpended balance of appropriation January 

31, 1906 25,000 00 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 



38 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollman. 



Foot 
Passengers. 



Team 
Tickets. 



Total. 



No. 2. 



6. 

9. 

10. 



£6,532 60 
6,453 79 
6,607 88 
6,532 90 
6,435 71 
2,387 15 



54,949 94 



53,021 00 

2,980 00 
3,063 50 
2,982 00 
2,901 50 
S04 00 



$15,752 00 



$9,553 60 
9,433 70 
9,671 38 
9,514 90 
9,337 21 
3,191 15 



$50,701 94 



From tollmen ..... 
From gatemen : 

For 76,119 foot passengers, at ,1 cent, 

For cash fares for teams . 



Total at North Ferry . 

South Ferry. 



$761 19 
6,687 05 



$50,701 94 



7,448 24 



$58,150 18 



From Tollman. 


Foot 

Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Total. 


No. 1 


$7,097 11 
6,606 78 
7,119 01 
6,573 96 
1,016 40 
1,259 17 


$2,435 00 
2,610 50 
2,456 00 
2,616 50 

110 00 

111 50 


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9,217 28 
9,575 01 


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1,126 40 


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1,370 67 




$29,672 43 


$10,339 50 


$40,011 93 



From tollmen ....... 

From gatemen : 

For 80,511 foot passengers, at 1 cent, $805 11 
For cash fares for teams . . . 6,827 63 



Total at South Ferry 

North and South Ferries, as above 
Tickets paid for at office of City Collector 

Carried forvxird .... 



1,011 93 



7,632 74 
L7,644 67 



. $105,794 85 
453 50 

. $106, 24 i S 35 



34 



City Document No. 40. 



Brought forward . .... 
Tickets paid for at office of Ferry Division . 
Received in lieu of free ferries, July 4, 1904 

Total ferriage receipts .... 
Rents for the year ..... 
Sales of old material, head-house privileges, etc. 

Total cash receipts, as above 



5106,248 35 

824 60 

1 00 

5107,073 95 

1,217 67 

186 47 

1108,478 09 



Statement Showing the Difference of Travel on the Ferries 
from February 1, 1905, to February 1, 1906. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 3,571,113 3,047,754 

Foot passengers by ticket . . 59,679 29,606 

Foot passengers free . . . 30,931 2,745 



Total foot passengers 

One-horse teams and pleasure car 

riages 
Two-horse teams 
Three-horse teams 
Four-horse teams 
Two-horse pleasure carriages and 

hacks . 
Hand-carts, etc. 
D rag-wheels . 
Free teams 



3,661,723 3,080,105 



361,322 


265,196 


130,177 


95,184 


5,006 


4,163 


5,493 


6,185 


14,596 


7,132 


3,530 


988 


40 


48 


5,892 


304 



Total Travel on both Ferries from February 1, 1901, to 
February 1, 1906. 



ft 0) 



ft a> 



ft o 
© 5 



fttj 

o © 

u — 

ft 



J 3 * 

5 © 



One-horse teams. 

Two-horse teams 

Three-horse teams 

Four-horse teams 

Two-horse carriages and hacks 

Two-cent, tolls for handcarts 
etc 

Drag- wheels, etc 

Foot passengers 



645,283 

232,557 

9,215 

13,804 

16,365 

13,582 

122 

12,395,649 



641,196 

249.714 

7,486 

13,180 

19,115 

6,720 

86 

12,923,734 



621,329 

252,048 

8,244 

12,995 

19,594 

6,847 

11 

13,213,559 



650,687 

254,726 

9,605 

12,931 

19,968 

4,560 

32 

13,200,033 



626,518 

225,361 

9,169 

11,678 

21,728 

4,518 

88 
6,708,152 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 



35 



Ticket Statement for the Year 1905-06. 





a 

Ss - 
£ oo co 

pa 


to 

CO 


Delivered on 
Requisitions. 


o 


CO CD 

03 


Balance Out- 
standing Jan. 
31, 1906. 




205,747 

78,499 

47,912 

5,126 

6,499 

21 232 

2,30S 


60,610 

339,424 

206.0S0 

8,658 

11,140 

20.9S0 

9,260 


47,300 
4,208 
2,176 


313,657 
422,131 
256,168 
13,784 
17,639 
42,412 
11,568 


89,285 

338,261 

203,951 

8,230 

10,588 

20,680 

8,999 


224,372 
83,870 
52 217 








5,554 
7 051 






One-horse carriage tickets 


200 


21,732 

2,569 









36 City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
PAVING DIVISION. 



City Hall, Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I herewith submit the annual report of the 
expenditures and income of the Paving Division of the 
Street Department for the financial year ending January 31, 
1906, showing the nature of the work, the number and 
variety of permits issued, and the details of expenditures 
involved in paving, macadamizing, regulating and construct- 
ing various streets. 

Respectfully yours, 

J. H. Sullivan, 
Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



The Paving Division has charge of the following work: 

The maintenance and rebuilding of street surfaces and 
sidewalks. 

The placing of signs. 

The numbering of buildings. 

The issuing of permits to open or occupy the streets or 
for such other purposes as may be required under the 
ordinances. 

The removal of snow and ice from the gutters, streets and 
plank sidewalks. 

The cleaning of streets in the suburban districts not 
covered by the Street Cleaning Division. 

The division is in charge of a deputy superintendent, 
with a clerical force under the direction of a chief clerk, 
and an engineering force under the supervision of a chief 
engineer. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 37 

The repairs upon asphalt pavement have been supervised, 
located and plotted upon plans prepared for that purpose, 
and tables are annexed showing the amount of repairs and 
the cost in detail on all asphalt streets upon which the main- 
tenance guarantee has expired. 

The agreement which was entered into with the Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company in 1904, whereby the asphalt 
repairs on streets, on which the maintenance guarantee has 
expired, are guaranteed for a period of three (3) years, was 
continued during the year. 

Geneva avenue, from Westwood street, across Vaughan avenue, 
was widened and the rough grading done to meet the conditions 
caused by the new bridge of the New England Division of the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. This work was 
done by John E. Gill under contract dated May 16, 1905. 
Work was commenced May 22, and completed June 17, 1905. 

Under the provisions of chapter 323 of the Acts of 1891, 
and acts in amendment thereof or in addition thereto, there 
were two (2) streets and one (1) boulevard completed 
during the year. 

Belgrade avenue, from South street to Anawan avenue ; the 
regulating and macadam surface have been done this season and 
the street is now completed. 

Columbia road, from the bridge over Old Colony avenue to 
Covington street, was finished, thus completing the boulevard 
from Franklin Park to Marine Park, a distance of nearly four 
miles. 

Hyde Park avenue, fi'om Walk Hill street to about 287 feet 
north of Ashland street ; the regulating and macadam surfacing 
were done this year, thus completing the work started in 1904. 

During the year a number of streets in the residential 
sections of the city have been surfaced with bitulithic pave- 
ment. This pavement was introduced three years ago, and 
is a very satisfactory pavement, particularly on grades, where, 
on account of the peculiarity of its composition, horses are 
enabled to travel upon it in safety. 

In the City Proper the following streets were laid with 
this pavement: 

Albany street, from northerly side of Stoughton street, across 
East Concord street. 

Albany street, from Massachusetts avenue about 225 feet 
northerly. 

Allen street, from Chambers street to Charles street. 



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City Document No. 40. 



Clarendon street, from Beacon street to Boylston street. 

Harrison avenue, from Northampton street, across East Spring 
field street. 

McLean street, from Chambers street to Blossom street. 

Tyler street, from Beach street to Harvard street, and from 
Oak street to Curve street. 



Roxbury. 

Boylston street, from Massachusetts avenue to the Parkway. 
/St. Alphonsus street, from Tremont street, across Smith street. 

South Boston. 

Dorchester street, from the northerly side of Broadway to 
Eighth street. 
Thomas park. 

The department force has been employed during the year 
in repairing and resurfacing streets, and about 38 miles, or 
552,146 square yards, of streets have been resurfaced. 

A vast amount of work remains to be done not only on 
macadam streets, but also upon paved streets, in order that 
they may be put in proper condition. The amount of paving 
and regulating done by the department irrespective of the 
pitch and pebble work is as follows : 



Edgestones set and reset 
Block paving on gravel . 
Flagging on gravel 
Brick sidewalks laid 
Artificial stone sidewalk laid 
Artificial stone curbing laid 
Coal-tar concrete sidewalk laid 



Paving. 

Edgestones set .... 

Concrete base laid 

Granite block paving laid on a concrete 

base, with pitch and pebble joints 
Granite flagging laid on a concrete base 

with pitch and pebble joints. 
Granite block paving laid on a gravel base 

with gravel joints ... 
Granite flagging laid on a gravel base, with 

gravel joints .... 
Bitulithic pavement laid 
Trinidad asphalt laid on a concrete base 
Brick sidewalks laid 
Artificial stone sidewalks laid 



68.714 linear feet. 
69,495 square yards. 

265 " " 

28.715 " " 
12,981 " " 

38 linear feet. 

3,551 square yards. 



27,355 linear feet. 

19,417 square yards. 

28,864 " " 

2,084 " " 

2,869 " " 

302 " " 
33,644 " " 

7,587 k ' " 

24,202 " " 

759 square feet. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 39 

Albany street, from Beach street to Kneeland street, was 
paved under contract by John E. Burns, with large granite blocks 
on a 6-inch American Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints. The regulating was done by the contractor; the 
excavation for the roadway by the city. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Atlantic avenue, westerly side, between Broad street and Com- 
mercial street. The roadway between Broad street and Milk 
street has been widened this year, and paved between the curb and 
street car rail with large granite blocks on a Portland cement 
concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints. That portion between 
Milk street and Commercial street will be completed this coming 
season. This work was done under contract by Robert Eagar, 
who also did the regulating. The former pavement was granite 
blocks on a concrete base with cement grout joints. 

Avery street, from Washington street to 79 feet west of Hay- 
market place, was paved with large granite blocks, on a gravel 
base, with pitch and pebble joints, by John E. Burns, who also 
did the excavating and regulating. The former surface was 
Sicilian Rock asphalt, on a concrete base. 

JBoylston street, between Washington street and Tremont street, 
was repaved with old granite blocks, on a gravel base, with pitch 
and pebble joints, by John T. Shea, Jr., who also did the barring 
up of the old pavement. 

Blackstone street, from Hanover street to Haymarket square, 
was paved with large granite blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, by D. J. Kiley, who 
also did the excavating and regulating. The old paving blocks 
were hauled to Burnham's wharf by the contractor. The former 
surface was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with gravel joints. 

Causeway street, from Nashua street, across Lowell street, was 
paved under contract by D. J. Kiley, with large granite blocks, 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, including the area of the tracks, which was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The excavating and regu- 
lating were done by the contractor. The surplus materials were 
removed by the city. The former surface was granite blocks, on 
a gravel base, with gravel joints. 

Chatham street, from Merchants row to Commercial street, was 
paved with large granite blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement 
concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, by D. J. Kiley, who 
also did the excavating and regulating. The old paving blocks 
were hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue and to Burnham's 
wharf by the contractor. The former surface was granite blocks, 
on a gravel base, with gravel joints. 

Chatham rov), from Chatham street to State street, was paved 
with large granite blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, with pitch and pebble joints, by D. J. Kiley, who also did 
the excavating and regulating. The old paving blocks were 
hauled to Burnham's wharf by the contractor. The former sur- 
face was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with gravel joints. 



40 City Document No. 40. 

Columbus avenue, between Roxbury street and Cedar street, 
was repaved on the westerly side by the James J. Coughlan 
Construction Company. This pavement is large granite blocks, 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints. 

Eliot street, Washington street to Tremont street, was paved 
under contract by Jeremiah J. Sullivan, with large granite blocks, 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, including the area of the tracks, which was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The excavating and regu- 
lating were done by the contractor. The old paving blocks were 
hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue. The former surface 
was granite blocks, on a concrete base, with pitch joints. 

Essex street, from Chauncy street to Lincoln street, was paved 
under contract by John McCourt, with large granite blocks, on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, including the area of the track, which was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The excavating and regu- 
lating were done by the contractor. The old paving blocks were 
hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue. The former surface 
was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with part pitch and part 
gravel joints. 

Harrison avenue, from Bedford street to Essex street, was 
paved under contract by William J. Rafferty, with large granite 
blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch 
and pebble joints, including the area of the tracks, which was 
paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The exca- 
vating and regulating were done by the contractor. The old 
paving blocks were hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue. 
The former surface was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with 
gravel joints. 

Harrison avenue, from Beach street to Kneeland street, was 
paved under contract by John E. Burns, with large granite 
blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints, including the area of the tracks, which was paid 
for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The excavating 
and regulating were done by the contractor. The old paving 
blocks were hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue. The 
former surface was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with gravel 
joints. 

South street, from Essex street, across Beach street, was 
paved under contract by Jeremiah J. Sullivan, with large granite 
blocks, on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints, including the area of the tracks, which was paid 
for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The excavating 
and regulating were done by the contractor. The old paving 
blocks were hauled to the lot on Massachusetts avenue. The 
former surface was granite blocks, on a gravel base, with gravel 
joints. 



Street Department — Paving Division. -11 

Asphalt. 

Ash street, from Bennet street to Nassau street, was paved 
with one and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing 
surface and one and one-half (1^-) inches of bituminous concrete 
binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company. The excavating and regulating were done by 
John E. Burns. The former surface was Trinidad asphalt on a 
concrete base. 

Bennet street, from Ash street to Harrison avenue, was paved 
with one aud one-half (1^) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing 
surface, and one and one-half (l£) inches of bituminous concrete 
binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company. The excavating and regulating were done by 
John E. Burns. The former surface was part Trinidad asphalt 
and part granite block on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Bolton street, from C street to D street, was paved with one 
and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface on 
one and one-half (li) inches of bituminous concrete binder on a 
6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company. 
The regulating was done by William Higgins, and the excavating 
was done by the city. The former surface was macadam. 

Devonshire street, from Milk street to Franklin street, was 
paved with one and one-half (l£) inches of Trinidad asphalt 
wearing surface, and one and one-half (1J) inches of bituminous 
concrete binder on the old concrete base under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company, 
who also laid Portland cement concrete which was required to make 
up the difference in the thickness between the old block paving and 
the new asphalt pavement. John E. Burns did the regulating and 
the city removed the old blocks. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a concrete base with cement grout joints. 

Harrison avenue, from Decatur street to Gloucester place, was 
paved with one and one-half (1-^) inches of Trinidad asphalt 
wearing surface and one and one-half (l£) inches of bituminous 
concrete binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company. The track area was paved with large 
granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base with 
pitch and pebble joints, under contract by John E. Burns, who 
also did the regulating and excavating. The old paving blocks 
were hauled to the South End paving yard by the city. The 
track area was paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany. The former surface was granite blocks on a gravel base 
with gravel joints. 

Hat/ward place, from Harrison avenue about 192 feet westerly, 
was repaved with one and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (l£) inches of 



42 City Document No. 40. 

bituminous concrete binder laid on a 6 -inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the 
Barber Asphalt Paving Company, who also did the necessary ex- 
cavating. The former surface was asphaltina on a concrete 
base. On account of the subway work in Washington street 
that end of Hayward place was not resurfaced. 

Norman street, from Green street to South Margin street, was 
paved with one and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad asphalt 
wearing surface and one and one-half (1£) inches of bituminous 
concrete binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company. The excavating and regulating were 
done by D. J. Kiley. The former surface was granite blocks on 
a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Northampton street, from Washington street to Shawmut 
avenue, was paved with one and one-half (1J) inches of Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1£) inches of 
bituminous concrete binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company. The track 
area was paved with large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base with pitch and pebble joints, under contract 
by Thomas McMan, who also did the excavating and regulating. 
The track area was paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. The former surface was granite blocks on a gravel 
base with gravel joints. 

Salutation street, from Hanover street to Commercial street, 
was paved with one and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad asphalt 
wearing surfaee, and one and one-half (1£) inches of bituminous 
concrete binder on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under 
a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company, who also did the regulating and excavating. 
The old blocks were hauled to the North End paving yard by the 
city. The former surface was granite block on a gravel base 
with gravel joints. 

South Margin street, from Staniford street across Norman 
street, was paved with one and one-half (1%) inches of Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1£) inches of 
bituminous concrete binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the 
Barber Asphalt Paving Company. The excavating and regulat- 
ing were done by D. J. Kiley. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Tileston street, from Hanover street across Unity street, was 
repaved with one and one-half (1J) inches of Trinidad asphalt 
wearing surface, and one and one-half (1£) inches of bituminous 
concrete binder on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, under 
a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company, who also did the regulating and excavating. The 
old paving blocks were hauled to the North End paving yard by the 
city. The former surface was part Trinidad asphalt on a cobble 
base and part granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 



Steeet Depabtment — Paving Division. 43 

West Sixth street, from C street to D street, was paved with 
one and one-half (1^-) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing sur- 
face and one and one-half (1£) inches of bituminous concrete 
binder, the greater part on a 6 -inch Portland cement concrete 
base and a small part on existing concrete base, under a ten (10) 
years' maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt Paving 
Company. The track area was paved with large granite blocks 
on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base with pitch and pebble 
joints, under contract by William Higgins, who also did the 
regulating. The excavating was done by the city. The track 
area was paid for by the Boston Elevated Eailway Company. 
The former surface was mainly granite blocks on a gravel base 
with gravel joints, a small amount being asphalt. 

Wiggin street, from Tileston street to North Bennet street, 
was repaved with one and one-half (1£) inches of Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1£) inches of 
bituminous concrete binder on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base, under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, by the Bar- 
ber Asphalt Paving Company, who also did the excavating and 
regulating. The old cobbles were hauled to Burnham's wharf 
by the city. The former surface was Trinidad asphalt on a 
cobble base. 

Bitulithic Pavement. 

This is a patent pavement composed of crushed stone and 
bituminous cement. It is laid six (6) inches deep, four 
inches of which is composed of No. 1 crushed stone well 
rolled and treated with two layers of bituminous cement. 
The other two inches, or wearing surface, is composed of a 
crushed stone varying in size from two (2) inches to a fine 
dust, and heated and mixed with bituminous cement and 
rolled with a steam-road roller. This pavement was laid in 
the following streets under a ten (10) years' maintenance 
guarantee, by the Warren Brothers Company. 

Albany street, from northerly side of Stoughton street across 
East Concord street. The contractor did the excavating and the 
city removed the excavated material. The former surface was 
Sicilian Bock asphalt on a concrete base. 

Albany street, from Massachusetts avenue about 225 feet 
northerly. The contractor did the excavating and regulating. 
The former surface was granite block on a gravel base with gravel 
joints. 

Allen street, from Chambers street to Charles street. The 
contractor did the excavating and regulating. The former sur- 
face was macadam. 

Boylston street, from Massachusetts avenue to the Parkway, 
with the exception of the track area, which was paved .with large 
granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base with 



44 City Document No. 40. 

pitch and pebble joints. The contractor did the excavating and 
regulating. The track area was paid for bj T the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. The former surface was macadam. 

Clarendon street, from Beacon street to Boylston street, minus 
Commonwealth avenue intersection. The contractor did the 
excavating and regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

Dorchester street, from the northerly side of Broadway to p]ighth 
street, with the exception of the track area and the intersections 
of Fourth, Old Harbor, Fifth and Telegraph streets, which were 
paved with large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base with pitch and pebble joints. The contractor did the 
excavating and regulating. The track area was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The former surface was 
macadam. 

Harrison avenue, from Northampton street, across East Spring- 
field street, with the exception of about 140 square yards of 
asphalt near East Springfield street, and track area which was paved 
with large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 
base with pitch and pebble joints. The contractor did the exca- 
vating and regulating. The track area was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

McLean street, from Chambers street to Blossom street. The 
contractor did the excavating and regulating. The former sur- 
face was macadam. 

St. Alphonsus street, from Tremont street across Smith street. 
The contractor did the excavating and regulating. The former 
surface was macadam. 

Thomas Park, South Boston. The contractor did the exca- 
vating and regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

Tyler street, from Beach street to Harvard street and from Oak 
street to Curve street. The contractor did the excavating and 
regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

Assessment Streets. 

The following streets have been completed under the pro- 
visions of chapter "323 " of the Acts of 1891, and the acts 
in amendment thereof or in addition thereto. 

Belgrade avenue, from South street to Anawan avenue, has 
been completed during the year. Work was resumed on that 
portion between South street and 120 feet west of Newburg street, 
April 4, 1905, by Philip Doherty, under his contract, dated April 
25, 1904, and completed August 25, 1905. Work on that portion 
between 120 feet west of Newburg street and Anawan avenue 
was resumed April 10, 1905, by Philip Doherty, under his contract 
dated June 6, 1904, and completed November 14, 1905. The 
street is about 4,588 feet long and 70 feet wide, including side- 
walks. It has two (2) 12-foot crushed stone sidewalks, granite 



Street Department — Paving Division. 45 

edgestone, three (3) foot granite block gutters and flagging 
crosswalks. The roadway, with the exception of the track area, 
which was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway Company, is 
principally 6-inch macadam. There is also a small amount of 
granite block paving on a gravel base with gravel joints. The 
straight edgestone, flagging and crushed stone were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The gutter blocks and 
the circular edgestone were furnished by the city on the site of 
the work. 

Columbia road, from the bridge over Old Colony avenue to 
Covington street, was completed May 6, 1905, by T. F. Bradley, 
under his contract dated July 15, 1903. This street is about 
4,550 feet long. At the bridge over Old Colony avenue there is 
a single tel ford-macadam (8-inch telford, 4-inch macadam) road- 
way, with two (2) crushed stone sidewalks each 10 feet wide, 
running in a northeasterly direction for about 200 feet, gradually 
widening into two (2) roadways. The easterly or pleasure drive 
is 42 feet wide, of 9-inch macadam, with 15-foot crushed stone 
sidewalks and edgestone. A fifteen (15) foot planting space is 
between the roadways. The westerly or traffic road is 30 feet 
wide, of 4-inch macadam on 8-inch telford base with 8-foot 
crushed stone sidewalks and edgestone. This type of construc- 
tion continues in a northerly direction for about 800 feet. From 
here the pleasure drive continues of the same width and descrip- 
tion to a point near Hyde street, where it turns in an easterly 
direction, and running about 600 feet connects with a drive of the 
same character built by the Park Department. The loam space 
between this driveway and a traffic road to be built on Old Colony 
avenue (proposed) has been constructed to a point near Hyde 
street at a width of 23 feet. From thence following the pleasure 
drive it gradually widens until it meets the Park construction 
opposite Newman sfreet, at which point it is 40 feet wide. From 
a point opposite Hyde street on Old Colony avenue to Newman 
street, a traffic road (telford-macadam) 30 feet wide has been 
built with 17-foot sidewalks and edgestones. Ten (10) feet of 
the sidewalk is crushed stone and seven (7) feet is loam. From 
Newman street to Covington street, a part of Columbia road, 
formerly Ninth street, a traffic road (telford-macadam) 42 feet 
wide with 8-foot sidewalks and edgestones has been built. The 
straight edgestone and flagging and crushed stone were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
and gutter blocks were furnished by the city on the site of the 
work. 

ITyde Park avenue, from Walk Hill street to about 287 feet 
north of Ashland street was completed during the year. Work 
on that portion between Walk Hill street and Stony Brook was 
resumed April 17, 1905, by Thomas F. Minton, under contract 
dated May 12, 1904, and completed November 20, 1905. On 
that portion between Stony Brook and 287 feet north of Ashland 
street, work was resumed March 24, 1905, by Thomas F. Minton, 



46 City Document No. 40. 

under his contract dated July 7, 1904, and completed December 
13, 1905. This street is about 7,200 feet long and is 80 feet 
wide, including sidewalks. It has two (2) thirteen (13) foot 
crushed stone sidewalks, granite edgestone, 3-foot granite block 
gutters, nagging crosswalks and a 6-inch macadam roadway, 
excepting the track area, which was paved with granite blocks on 
a gravel base with gravel joints by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. The straight edgestone, flagging and crushed stone 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone and gutter blocks were furnished by the city 
on the site of the work. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Regular Appropriation. 

Maintenance .... $900,000 00 

Transfers from various appro- 
priations .... 109,915 18 

Amount collected for repairs 
made by Paving Division for 
different companies, etc. . 1,837 59 

$1,011,752 77 

Expenditures from February 1, 1905, to January 

31, 1906 $1,011,752 77 



Street Improvements. 

Balance on hand February 1, 1905 . . $2,908 34 

Amount of appropriation . $500,000 00 

Amount of loan . . . 220,000 00 

Amount collected for repairs 
made by Paving Division for 
different companies, etc. . 19,803 61 

Transferred from appropriation 
for foot-bridge over N. Y., N. 
H. & H. R. R., at Gains- 
borough street . . . 127 52 

Amount transferred from vari- 
ous appropriations . . 24,935 49 764,866 62 



$767,774 96 



Expenditures from February 1, 1905, to January 

31, 1906 767,707 46 



Unexpended balance, January 31, 1906 . $67 50 



Street Department — Paving Division. 



47 



Total Expenditures. 

Maintenance appropriation, Paving Division 

Street improvements .... 

Atlantic avenue, reconstruction 

Atlantic-avenue extension (for City Engineer) 

Brandon street and Belgrade avenue . 

Broadway bridge, rebuilding . ... 

Freeport street, retaining wall . 

Highways, making of ... . 

Hyde Park avenue ..... 

Reconstruction of bridges over railroad tracks at 
Norfolk, Harvard, Medway and West Selden 
streets ....... 



,011,752 77 

767,707 46 

15,570 92 

8,741 91 

39,374 40 

191 50 

704 70 

10,604 01 

58,973 65 



14,165 36 

.,927,786 68 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited with the 
City Collector from February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906, 
on account of the Paving Division : 



Edsestone and sidewalk assessments 



$19,335 96 



The amount paid into the City Treasury during the year 
on account of the Paving Division was as follows : 



Sidewalk construction assessments (law of 1893) , 



L9,417 22 



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49 



SCHEDULE A. 

Salaries of Deputy Superintendent and office 
employees .... 

Salaries of permit office employees 

Salaries of inspectors . 

Salaries of engineers . 

Salaries of smoke inspectors 

Holidays ..... 

Signs and numbers 

Furniture ..... 

Repairing offices, stables, sheds, etc. 

Engineering supplies . 

Gas and electric lighting 

Medical attendance on injured employees 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Printing and stationery 

Wharfage and rent 

Fuel and oil ... . 

Taxes ..... 

Advertising .... 

Telephone service 

Veterinary services 

Shanties, repairing, etc. 

Artificial stone sidewalks, repairing and rebates 
allowed ..... 

Stoves, stove-pipe, etc. 

Expenses of yards and stables, 
including care of horses, repairs 
to carts, harness, etc. . . $193,978 47 

Less amount earned by the divi- 
sion teams .... 81,659 48 



Tools, new, and cost of repairing, etc. 

Street cleaning . 

Edgestones and sidewalks, new 

Fences and plankwalks, new 

Crossing repairs . 

Crossings, new . 

Street Cleaning Division 

Sewer Division, filling in trenches 

Sanding icy streets 

Oatmeal .... 

Travelling expenses and incidentals 

Repairing building at Revere-street wharf 

Repairing fence on Chelsea bridge 

Painting buildings, East Eagle-street yard 

Electrical appliances and repairs at yards 

Carried forward .... 



$13,360 20 

9,338 34 

24,562 63 

30,209 11 

2,316 69 

57,683 61 

5,464 00 

27 50 

1,490 52 

401 51 

688 23 

447 00 

771 80 

5,995 13 

10,766 27 

2,550 24 

339 69 

260 72 

1,746 30 

1,414 00 

214 00 

6,330 64 

357 78 



112,318 99 

27,064 42 

82,831 49 

14,289 86 

1,205 80 

10,077 14 

2,906 57 

47 28 

1,209 95 

146 20 

215 32 

1,135 00 

80 34 

509 38 

270 08 

974 70 

$432,018 43 



50 



City Document No. 40. 



Brought forward 
Executions of court 
Damages .... 
Building new shed, repairing buildings and gr 

yard at Charlestown yard . 
Building stairs at Columbia-road bridge 
Repairing retaining wall, Bowen street . 
Building new shed at South yard . 
Building shed for steam-roller at East Eagle 

yard ...... 

New steps, Everett-street bridge, Brighton 

Steam-rollers (two, new) 

Rent of towels ..... 

Extra postage, etc. .... 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Repairs to Franklin street tunnel 

Repairs to Traverse street subway 

Use of scales for weighing stone 

Constable bond . 

Expressage on empty oil barrels 

Ice . . 

Ensigns .... 

Messenger service 
Repairing heater . 
Sundries .... 

Stock .... 

Stone-crushers 

Total ..... 
Less amount earned bv steam-rollers 



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street 



32,018 


43 


427 


77 


219 


45 


8,369 


14 


184 


37 


64 


15 


2,598 


68 


54 


20 


413 


28 


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64 


80 


44 


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83 


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83 



$501,888 53 
1,616 19 



$500,272 34 

Detail of Expenditures under Special Appropriations. 

Atlantic avenue, reconstruction .... * $15,570 92 

Atlantic avenue, extension ..... 8,741 91 

Brandon street and Belgrade avenue . . . 39,374 40 

Broadway bridge, rebuilding .... 191 50 

Freeport street, retaining wall .... 704 70 

Hyde Park avenue ...... 58,973 65 

Reconstruction of bridges over railroad tracks at 
Norfolk, Harvard, Medway and West Selden 

streets ........ 14,165 36 

Total $137,722 44 



* $612.60 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 



51 



STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Abbot street, from Blue Hill avenue, 200 feet 

easterly $298 17 

Adams street, Richmond street to Milton street . 1,533 44 

Advertising 286 20 

Akron street, Regent street to Alpine street . . 2,436 10 
Albany street, Beach street to Kneeland street . 7,227 66 
Albany street and East Dedham street, at inter- 
section of both streets ..... 4,425 05 
Albany street, Stoughton street to East Concord 

street 4,630 00 

Albany street, from Massachusetts avenue, 225 feet 

northerly 6,239 78 

Allen street, Chambers street to Charles street . 15,029 53 

Allston street, at Commonwealth avenue . . 264 05 
Almont street, Blue Hill avenue to Walk Hill 

street 6,728 82 

Alveston street, G-reenough street to Seaverns 

avenue 268 83 

Anaioan avenue, near Beech street . . . 171 44 

Ash street, Bennet street to Nassau street . . 1,906 47 

Ashburton place, unfinished from 1904 . . . 86 13 

As hf or d street, Chester street to Malvern street . 3,566 49 
Ashland street, from Washington street, 100 feet 

southerly 141 04 

Ashmont street, Adams street to Neponset avenue, 

and at engine-house on Dorchester avenue . 10,918 15 

Asphalt repairs . . . . . . 13,312 43 

Atherton street, near Amory street . . . 271 08 

A uckland street, Elton street to Belfort street . 1,092 98 

Avery street, Washington street to Mason street . 737 32 
Batchelder street, West Cottage street to Clifton 

street . . . . . . . . 479 12 

Bay State road, Beacon street to Granby street . 4,516 73 
Beacon street, Dartmouth street to Fairfield street 

(unfinished) 962 89 

Beech street, An awan avenue to Washington street, 7,689 55 
Belfort street, Sagamore street to Dorchester 

avenue ........ 824 79 

Bellevue street, Park street to^Francis street . . 204 00 

Bennet street, Ash street to Harrison avenue . 1,996 48 

Bicker staff street, Haviland street to Norway street, 2,345 89 
Blackinton street, Bennington street to Leyden 

street 1,446 81 

Jilnckstone street, Hanover street to Cross street . 8,572 56 
Blue Hill avenue, McLellan street to Callender 

street and Lauriat avenue to Walk Hill street . 15,729 54 



Carried forward 



.26,339 52 



52 



City Document No. 40. 



Brought forward .... 

JBoardman street, Saratoga street to Leyden street 
Bolton street, C street to D street 
Boston street, Mt. Vernon street to Dorset street 
Bourne street, near Canterbury street . 
Boylston avenue, unfinished from 1904 
Boylston street, Washington street to Tremont 

street ....... 

Boylston street, Dartmouth street to the bridge 

(unfinished from 1904) . 
Boylston street, Massachusetts avenue to Fenway 
Breed street, Gladstone street to Ashley street 
Bremen street, at Marion street . 
Brent street, from Talbot avenue, 260 feet westerly 
Brookline avenue, Beacon street to Audubon road 
Brooks street, Saratoga street to Morris street 
Brookside avemie, Green street to Boylston street 
Broicn avenue, Poplar street to Florence street 
Cambridge street, Harvard avenue to R.R. bridge 
Camden street, Shawmut avenue to Tremont street 
Canterbury street, Morton street to Walk Hill street 
Carolina avenue, work not started 
Catawba street, Laurel street to Sherman street 
Causeioay street, Portland street to Leverett street 
Cedar street, River street to Manchester street 
Centre street, Beech street to La Grange street 

Sheridan street to Eliot street, Allandale street to 

Louder's lane, and Baker street to Dedham line 
Centre street, unfinished work from 1904 
Chatham row, State street to Chatham street 
Chatham street, Merchants row to Commercial 

street ....... 

Chelsea street, Mt. Vernon street to Vine street 
Chelsea street, Prescott street to Gove street 
Chestnut avenue, Boylston street to Paul Gore 

street . . . . , ... 
Chestnut Hill avenue, from Washington street, 300 

feet southerly ...... 

Circuit street, at Regent street 

Clarendon street, Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue (unfinished from 1904) 
Clarendon street, Beacon street to Boylston street 
Cobden street, Washington street to Walnut avenue 
Coltern street, West First street to West Second 

street ........ 

Columbia road, Quincy street to Stanwood street, 

Carried forward ...... 



$126,339 52 

307 50 

3,635 68 

5,152 97 

225 46 

135 00 

878 28 

137 36 

*7,583 95 

1,350 84 

204 04 

450 00- 

14,701 12 

1,435 16 

1,816 20 

14,382 88 

448 39 

471 60 

4,081 53 

137 50 

999 37 

t7,773 05 

1,155 81 



16,109 80 

575 90 

1,119 09 

6,855 11 

|13,512 48 

7,173 51 

1,035 97 

455 53 
153 52 

2,398 45 

20,406 03 

1,822 96 

1,241 44 
5,464 94 

$272,127 94 



* $452.65 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
t $961.35 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 

\ $2,447.40 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company, and $235.27 paid by Bos- 
ton & Northern Street' Railway Company. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 



53 



Brought forward .... 

Columbus avenue, Roxbury street to Cedar street, 
Commomcealth avenue, St. Paul street to Pleasant 

street and Beacon street to Cottage Farm . 
Conant street, Huntington avenue to Parker street 
Congress street bridge .... 

Cornwall street, near Brookside avenue 
Crawford street, near Harold street 
Curve street, Albany street to Tyler street . 
dishing avenue, Jerome street to Sawyer avenue 
D street, unfinished from 1904 
Dale street, near Sherman street . 
Dartmouth place, repairing wall . 
Decatur street, Medford street to Bunker Hill street, 
Denny street, from Savin Hill avenue 200 feet 

southerly ...... 

Devonshire street, Franklin street to Milk street 
Dorchester avenue, sea wall, unfinished from 1904 
Dorchester avenue, at Andrew square . 
Dorchester avenue, Savin Hill avenue to Roach 

street . 
Dorchester avenue, Freeport street to Leedsville 

street . . ■ . 

Dorchester avenue, Beale street to Adams street 
Dorchester street, West Broadway to West Eighth 

street, and at intersection of West Broadway 
Dundee street, Massachusetts avenue to Dalton 

street ....... 

Dunmore street, Dudley street to Magazine street 
Dupont street, Chelsea street to Decatur street 
East Dedham street, at Albany street {see Albany 

street) ....... 

East First street, I street to L street . 
East First street, P street to Q street . 
East Lenox street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue ....... 

East Ninth street, Mercer street to Columbia road 
East Second street, L street to O street 
East /Seventh street, unfinished work from 1904 
East Sixth street, I street to K street . 
Eastburn street, Mt. Vernon street to Washington 

street ....... 

Eastman street, at Columbia road 

Edgeioood street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue 

Eliot street, Washington street to Tremont street 

Eliot street, Centre street to Pond street 

Elm street, Bartlett street to Medford street 

( 'arried forward ..... 



$272,127 94 

8,565 13 

11,298, 49 

2,249 68 

8,707 78 

180 14 

633 10 

2,510 52 

817 78 

838 56 

240 30 

90 60 

436 33 

$241 23 

6,076 26 

1,270 30 

254 15 

10,022 85 

12,314 41 

1,868 98 

*47,031 56 

1,730 83 

518 74 

152 00 



4,222 13 
3,503 62 

2,459 47 

714 25 

10,024 63 

14 75 

4,030 38 

1,408 33 
478 43 
2,241 71 
t 6,709 46 
1,600 04 
5,434 74 

$433,019 60 



* $5,645.63 paid by lioston Elevated Railway Company , 
t $1,539.48 paid by lioston Elevated Railway Company. 



54 



City Document No. 40. 



Brought forward ..... 

Elm street, Green street to Newbern street . 
Elton street, Sagamore street to Dorchester avenue, 
Emerald street, Castle street to Dover street, from 

1904 

Englewood avenue, tar concrete sidewalk 
Essex street, Lincoln street to Chauncy street 
Essex street, Harrison avenue to Washington street 
Eutaw street, Maverick street to Border street 
Evelyn street, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue 
Everett street, Bunker Hill street to Medford street 
Everett street, Bishop street to Elm street 
Exeter street, Boylston street to Huntington avenue 
Falcon street, Glendon street to Meridian street 
Fayette street, from Pleasant street 
Fellows street, Northampton street to East Lenox 

street ....... 

Ferrin street, near Chelsea. street 

Flagg street, Washington street to Reed street 

Florence street, Sherwood street to Ridge street 

Francis street, Tremont street to Parkway . 

Frederick street, unfinished from 1904 

Fruit street, North Grove street to Charles street 

Fuller street, Washington street to Dorchester 

avenue ........ 

Geneva avenue, Columbia road toWestwood street, 
Glendon street, West Eagle street to Falcon street, 
Green street, tar concrete sidewalks, repairs . 
Grimes street, West Eighth street to West Seventh 

street ....... 

Grove street, Washington street to Centre street 
Gustin street, West Ninth street to Old Colony 

avenue ....... 

Hall street, work not started 

Hamilton street, Bowdoin street to Mt. Everett 

street, unfinished from 1904 
Hancock street, Columbia road to Pleasant street 
Harold street, near Homestead street . 
Harris avenue, Centre street to Alveston street 
Harrishof street, Walnut avenue to Humboldt 

avenue ....... 

Harrison avenue, Bedford street to Essex street 
Harrison avenue, Beach street to Kneeland street, 
Harrison avenue, Decatur street to Gloucester 

place ....... 

Carried forward . . 



$433,019 60 
733 03 
922 99 

169 07 

1,924 00 

* 12,577 16 

|925 50 

1,383 19 

635 78 
3,466 90 
1,020 93 
1,066 30 
5,335 34 

459 47 

2,740 36 

310 95 

587 18 

2,592 44 

.5,604 15 

47 55 

1,626 30 

5,965 05 

1,605 36 

708 40 

1,496 20 

1.531 67 
433 87 

1,342 61 
312 50 

3,737 67 

2,983 00 

150 64 

356 74 

6,863 02 
7,612 63 

% 5,574 63 

§2,912 99 
$520,735 17 



* $691.38 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 

t $606.50 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company, and $319 paid by George A. 
Fuller Construction Company. 

t $1,015.33 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
§ $483.72 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



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52 


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04 


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40 



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477 


44 



Street Department — Paving Division. 55 

Brought forward ..... $520,735 17 

Harrison avenue, East Springfield street to 

Northampton street ..... 9,536 18 

Harvard street, Blue Hill avenue to Wales street, 3,694 70 

Havre street, Meridian street to Sumner street, 2,699 60 

Hdyward place, from Harrison avenue, 192 feet 

westerly * 1,671 90 

Highgate street, Farrington street to Cambridge 
street ........ 

Highland street, Marcella street to Centre street, 
Hulbert street, Washington street to Regent street, 
Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to the 

bridge, work not started ..... 32 50 

Huntington avenue, at intersection of Gainsbor- 
ough street 354 00 

Huntington avenue, Francis street to Brookline 
line ........ 

Hyde Park avenue, near Walk Hill street 
Jefferson street, Tremont street to Fayette street 
K street, from East First street northerly to the 

water line . . . . . . 488 73 

Kingsdale street, from Standish street to 560 feet 

west of Bernard street . . . . . 6,91813 

Knapp street, included in cost of Harrison avenue, 

Kneeland street, unfinished from 1904 ... 83 20 

La Grange street, Washington street to Robin 

street . . . 

Lexington street, Meridian street to Border street, 
Ley den street . ....... 

London street, Maverick street to Decatur street . 
M street, East Eighth street to Columbia road 
Magazine street, Dudley street to George street . 
Malvern street, from Ashford street 200 feet east- 

• erly 328 15 

Marlborough street, Clarendon street to Dartmouth 

street 1,424 28 

Mason street, Front street to Rutherford avenue . 622 35 
Massachusetts avenue, Southampton street to rail- 
road . 3,756 61 

Massachusetts avenue, Albany street to Washing- 
ton street ....... 

Maywood street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue, 
McLean street, Chambers street to Blossom street, 
Mercer street, East Eighth street to Columbia road, 
Meridian street, Eutaw street to Condor street 
Middlesex street, Dover street to Compton street . 



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94 




185 


90 




273 


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3,376 


49 


2,339 


14 


6,119 


58 


3,091 


40 


529 


94 


1,814 


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$581,072 


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* SI. 102. 50 paid by George A. Puller Construction Company; $78.75 paid l>y Bos- 
ton Water Department; # 1 7-J.r.ft paid by Edison Electric Illuminating Company, and 
(67.60 paid by Boston Transit Commission. 



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35 


280 


95 


1,788 


47 


2,186 


34 


1,826 


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706 


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122 


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09 


4,543 


04 


1,619 


77 


9,769 


84 



56 City Document No. 40. 

Brought forward . . 

Milton avenue, Norfolk street to Fuller street 
Montview street, Mt. VerDon street to Corey street, 
Morton street, Norfolk street to West Selden street, 
Mozart street, Centre street to Lamartine street 
Mt. Pleasant avenue, Dudley street to Vine street, 
Mt. Vernon street ...... 

Mt. Vernon street, Dorchester avenue to Shoreham 
street . . . . . 

N street, East Sixth street to Columbia road 
Neponset avenue, unfinished work from 1904 
Newbern street, Carolina avenue to Elm street 
Newbury street, Massachusetts avenue to Brookline 
avenue . . . . . . 

Newman street, Dorchester street to Mercer street, 
Nonantum street, Washington street to Newton line, 
Norfolk avenue, Magazine street to Marshfield 

street . 4,564 79 

Norfolk-street bridge, in excess of special appropria- 
tion ........ 

Norman street, Green street to South Margin street, 
Northampton street, Harrison avenue to Washing- 
ton street . . • . 
Northampton street, Washington street to Shawmut 
avenue ........ 

Norway street, Massachusetts avenue to Hemen- 
way street ....... 

Oakdale street, Green street to Lamartine street . 
Orchard Park street, Adams street to Chadwick. 
street ........ 

Oregon street, Conant street to Smith street . 
Ottawa street, Sherman street to Laurel street 
Park square and Pleasant street 
Paid Gore street, Centre street to Lamartine street, 
Pearl street, Pleasant street to Dorchester avenue . 
Pembroke street, Shawmut avenue to Warren avenue, 
Pleasant' street, Stoughton street to Savin Hill 
avenue ........ 

Pond street, May street to Prince street 

Poplar street, work done in 1904 .... 

Pratt street, Wadsworth street to Linden street 
Preble street, Dorchester street to Old Colony 
avenue ........ 

Q street, East First street to East Fourth street 
Reed's court, Yeoman street to Ambrose street 
Reedsdale street, Brighton street to Commonwealth 
avenue ........ 

Carried forward ...... 

* $1,219.20 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company, 
t $711.16 paid by Eastern Expanded Metal Company. 



126 


52 


3,348 


94 


8,010 


87 


* 6,189 


45 


1,145 


60 


1,145 


94 


2,027 


2-1 


521 


18 


1.467 


12 


t 2,173 


96 


3,011 


58 


1,174 


72 


6,950 


25 


1,711 


42 


505 


48 


87 


50 


1,299 


73 


4,077 


49 


312 


90 


595 


88 


2,140 


98 


$669,032 


47 



Street Department — Paving Division. 57 

Brought forward . 

Regent street, Warren street to Dale street . 
Richfield street, unfinished work from 1904 . 
Rive"- street, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line 
(north side) ....... 

Rockville park, from Warren street 
Ruthven street, near Harold street 
Salutation street, Hanover street to Commercial 
street ........ 

Saratoga street, Austin street to Winthrop bridge, 
Saratoga street, Swift street to Moore street 
School street, in front of City Hall 
School street, Harvard street to Washington street, 
Seavems avenue, Alveston street to Elm street 
Shawmut avenue, West Springfield street to Massa- 
chusetts avenue ...... 

Shelby street, Saratoga street to Lexington street, 
Silver street, D street to Dorchester street 
South street, Dudley avenue to Hewlett street, and 
at Morton street ...... 

South street, Beach street to Essex street 
South Fairview street, unfinished work from 1904, 
South Margin street, Staniford street to Norman 
street ........ 

South Walter street, unfinished work from 1904 
Spencer street, Wheatland avenue to Park street . 
Spring Park avenue, Centre street to Chestnut 
avenue ........ 

Spring street, Centre street to Powell street . 
St. Alphonsus street, Ward street to Smith street . 
St. Alphonsus street, Smith street to Tremont street, 
Stimson street, Centre street towards Washington 
street ........ 

Summer street, at intersection of Dorchester avenue, 

Slimmer street, Autumn street to Powell street 

Talbot avenue, Blue Hill avenue to Whitfield street, 

and Washington street to Dorchester avenue 

(unfinished) 7,049 32 

Thetford avenue, from Evans street 400 feet 

northerly ....... 544 49 

Thomas park, entire ...... 30,314 45 

Tileston street, Hanover street across Unity street, 2,210 29 

Topliff street, Bowdoin street to Westville street . 7,243 52 

Trenton street, Marion street to Meridian street . 1,341 30 

Tufts street 95 00 

Tyler street, Beach street to Broadway extension 
(except section between Harrison avenue and 
Oak street) 12,345 96 



669,032 


47 


10,959 


88 


295 


33 


4,585 


81 


965 


90 


318 


37 


1,379 


74 


5,442 


40 


10,992 


60 


391 


80 


1,737 


09 


1,907 


70 


2,337 


28 


7,663 


66 


5,283 


03 


3,986 


43 


* 9,988 


34 


324 


36 


1,657 


31 


1,200 


18 


1,182 


81 


1,305 


58 


458 


50 


1,757 


78 


6,212 


03 


1,289 


12 


2,970 


10 


921 


39 



Carried forward $817,701 32 

*$1,958.75 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



58 City Document No. 40. 

Brought forward $817,701 32 

Union Park street, Albany street to Harrison 

avenue 1,248 07 

Vale street, Dorchester street to Mercer street . $4,460 73 

Vermont street, near Mount Vernon street . . 173 69 
Victoria street, Dorchester avenue to Pleasant 

street . . 1,926 83 

Village street, Dover street to Castle street . 8,646 59 

Vine street, Chelsea street to Tufts street . . • 295 40 
Vineland street, Market street to North Beacon 

street 3,072 90 

Walk Hill street, Hyde Park avenue to Windham 

street . ■ . 7,420 71 

Waltham street, Harrison avenue to Washington 

street ........ 557 10 

Walnut avenue . . . . . . . 770 84 

Walnut Park, Washington street to Walnut avenue, 2,946 39 

Ward street, Parker street to Huntington avenue . 6,378 83 
Westford street, Raymond street to Raymond 

street '. 1,192 90 

Warren street, Cambridge street to Brookline line, 12,996 73 

Washington street, Williams street to Vernon street, 2,815 42 
Washington street, Townsend street to Morton 

street, unfinished ...... 1,653 64 

Washington street, Beach street to La Grange 

street and Keyes street to Green street . . 2,677 61 
West Cedar street, Phillips street to Cambridge 

street 1,187 87 

West Eagle street, Brooks street to Meridian street 2,146 76 
West First street, Dorchester avenue to A street . 10,968 03 
West Rutland square, Columbus avenue to Carle- 
ton street ....... 1,654 40 

West Seventh street, B street to C street . . 2,385 39 
West Sixth street, C street to D street . . *8,852 67 
West Walnut park, Washington street to Ban- 
croft street . . . . . . . 574 40 

Whitney street, Tremont street to Conant street . 1,190 11 
Wiggin street, Tileston street to North Bennet 

street 620 56 

Wigglesioorth street, Tremont street to Huntington 

avenue ........ 2,787 66 

Woolson street, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue, 164 00 

Worthington street, Tremont street to Smith street, 2,001 34 

Wyoming street, Warren street to Wabeno street, 1,076 45 



Total $912,545 34 

Less amount paid out of appropriation for Paving 

Division 144,837 88 



;767,707 46 



$804 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 



59 



HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Bennington street, Chelsea street to Belle Isle 

Inlet $642 14 

Columbia road . . . . . . . 7,722 46 

West SeMen street, Morton street to Manchester 
street 2,239 41 



Total 



$10,604 01 



New Edgestones. (Not including "323" Streets.) 
First Setting. Linear Feet. 



Year. 


o 

o 

« 
a 

3 
O 
W 


p 

o 
co 
o 
pq 

1 


o 

CO 

CO 

5 


a 

o 

M 

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,12 

O 

M 

CO 

ca 
> 


Sh" 
CB 

CD 
53 

s 
R 


o 


o 
© 

5 


"5 
© 


1900 


729 
1,925 
1,957 
1,578 
1,391 
2,049 


616 

1,184 
1,121 
1,581 
1,124 
1,494 


100 
569 


4,627 
68S 

5,838 
457 

1,867 


614 

7,936 

990 

912 

2,677 

6,056 


9,633 
22,574 
10,428 
10,959 

3,912 
13,548 


8,882 
13,942 

3,842 
10,164 

3,661 

1,814 


1,544 

2,480 
2,082 
4,131 
2,092 
4,705 


22,118 
54,668 
21,108 
35,163 
15,883 
31,533 


1901 


1902 


1903 


1904 


1905 






Totals 


9,629 


7,120 


669 


13,477 


19,185 


71,054 


42,305 


17,034 


180,473 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Not including " 323 " Streets.) 
First Laying. Sguare Yards. 











o 












o 


CO 


pq 


O 


















BO 


a 







•m 










£ 








St 




g 


Ph 


^ 


y, 


X 


o 


© 




a 


Pi 


o 


4,033 


4,999 


2,858 


5,613 


4,920 


549 


2,537 


1,668 


190 


700 


2,342 


186 


1,915 


2,136 


923 


4,140 


790 


400 


18,938 


16,865 


5,106 



1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

Totals 



1,069 


1,476 


4,617 


1,142 


1,319 


1,425 


1,161 


635 


1,529 


817 


1,186 


1,980 


10,881 


7,475 



477 
323 



873 
100 
288 



940 
202 

2,403 



1,583 
3,825 
342 
182 
432 
103 



6,467 



17,368 
21,089 
7,769 
5,206 
9,121 
8,801 

69,364 



60 



City Document No. 40. 



The amount of new edgestones set and new brick side- 
walks paved during the past year, not including " 323 " 
streets, is as follows : 





Edgestones. 


Brick. 




Linear Feet. 


Square Yards. 


South Boston, Paving District No. 1 


2,049 
1,494 
1,867 
6,056 


1,186 

1,980 

202 


East Boston, Paving District No. 2 


Brighton, Paving District No. 4 


West Roxbury, Paving District No. 5 . . . . ... 


103 


Dorchester, Paving District No. 6 


13,548 
1,814 
4,705 


4,140 


Roxbury, Paving District No. 7 


790 


City Proper, Paving Districts Nos. 8, 9, 10. . . 


400 


Totals 


31,533 


8,801 





Output of Stone from City Crushers. 



Bleiler crusher 
Centre street crusher . 
Chestnut Hill avenue crusher 
Codman street crusher 
Columbia roacl crusher 
Dimock street crusher . 
Kenney street crusher . 
Rosseter street crusher 

Total .... 



Crushed Stone. 
Tons. 

33,935.00 

48,593.075 

33,575.22 

50,140.05 

54,418.50 

6,687.05 

5,579.45 

8,484.20 

. 241,412.54 



STREET OPENINGS. 

Permits have been issued from this office for making 
openings in the public streets for the year ending January 
31, 1906, as follows: 



Street Department — Paving Division. 



61 



Permits. 



Feet. 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company 

Auxiliary Fire Alarm Company 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company 

Boston Fire Department 

Boston Lamp Department 

Boston Police Department 

Boston Street Department (Sewer Division) 

Boston Water Department 

Boston & Albany Railroad Company 

Boston & Maine Railroad Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Boston Low Tension Wire Association 

Boston Gas Light Company 

Boston Pneumatic Transit Company 

Boston Transit Commission 

Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad Company . 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Brookline (Town of) 

Brookline Gas Light Company 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

Charles River Basin Commission 

Dorchester Gas Light Company 

East Boston Gas Light Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Jamaica Plain Gas Light Company 

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company 

Massachusetts Pipe Line Gas Company 

Massachusetts Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

Metropolitan Water and Sewer Commission 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company 

of Massachusetts 

Old Colony Street Railway Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Company 

Roxbury Gas Light Company 

South Boston Gas Light Company 

Simpson Brothers Corporation 

Standard Oil Company 

Union Freight Railway Company 

Warren Brothers Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Miscellaneous permits 

Emergency permits, Class A 

Emergency permits returned as used, 1,017, 

estimated length in feet 



5 

4 

18 

53 

125 

39 

1,185 

3,249 

2 

5 

346 

24 

185 

4 

5 

1 

1,428 

2 

121 

125 

1 

150 

241 

1,179 

9 

51 

10 

3 

23 

2 

436 

4 

21 

23 

64 

80 

35 

9 

5 

80 

13 

2,009 

1,195 



21 
195 

5,250 

3,850 

2,661 

6,603 

61,245 

99,809 

65 

258 

128,401 

1,381 

26,731 

290 

838 

60 

78,162 

30 

13,264 

15,258 

10 

9,239 

35,214 

62,236 

416 

4,515 

755 

120 

2,873 

36 

39,951 

3,140 

1,010 

389 

4,850 

5,^07 

3,327 

282 

545 

19,549 

964 

183, 25S 



4,222 



Total. 



12,569 



826,230 



Making a total length of openings of about 156.5 miles. 



62 



City Document No. 40. 



Permits other than for street openings have been 
as follows : 

Advertising by man wearing hat and coat lettered 
Cleaning snow from roofs .... 

Dumping snow in public alleys 

Driving cattle ...... 

Erecting, removing and repairing awnings . 

Erecting and repairing buildings 

Feeding horses on the streets 

Moving buildings . . . -"' . 

Loading and unloading goods 

Pedlers (two classes) .... 

Painting signs or notices on obstruction fences 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs and lamps 

Raising and lowering safes, machinery, etc. 

Selling fruit, etc., from stands on the sidewalks 

Selling goods from areas .... 

Selling goods from doors and windows 

Special permits for June 17, July 4, and other holidays 

Special permits for various purposes 

Extension of permits .... 

Emergency permits (class B) 

Total 

Total number of permits for street openings 
Total number of permits for other purposes 

Grand total of permits issued 



granted 

Permits. 

7 
114 

90 

15 

4,035 

8,104 

653 

17 
162 
876 

15 
2,786 

14 
533 
559 

22 

63 
202 
115 
739 
471 

19,592 

12,569 
19,592 

32,161 



Bonds. 

All bonds (excepting those of responsible corporations) 
are guaranteed by some one of the surety companies author- 
ized to do business in the State of Massachusetts. 

There have been 1,649 bonds cancelled during the year. 
The're are in force 1,341 surety bonds and 71 corporation 
bonds. 



Notices. 

There have been 15,137 notices sent to the various fore- 
men during the year directing them to repair defects in the 
public streets which had been reported to the police, inspec- 
tors and others; also 3,500 notices sent to departments, 
corporations and individuals to repair streets where they had 
received permits for excavations : also to owners of estates 



Street Department — Paving Division. 63 

where coal-holes or sidewalk coverings over areas were 
defective. Four hundred notices have been sent to depart- 
ments, corporations and owners of abutting estates at the 
request of the chief engineer and foremen of the Paving 
Division calling for various changes on account of street 
improvements. 

Each foreman receives a daily statement of all permits 
issued the preceding day for street openings in his district. 
A statement is sent to the Board of Health every Monday of 
all pedlers' permits issued during the preceding week. 

Inspectors. 

With the exception of those required in the office for 
emergency work the inspectors are still located at the various 
paving yards. The inspectors report daily by mail to the 
Permit Office, and on their complaints notices are sent to the 
proper parties directing repairs to be made, and each inspector 
is expected to see that these complaints are given proper 
attention. 

There have been other inspectors detailed to serve with, 
and at the expense of, the various corporations excavating 
in the streets. These inspectors make a written report daily 
and weekly on blanks prepared for the purpose. 

Emergency Permits. 

The system adopted a few years ago of having reports 
made on openings under emergency permits still continues, 
and a great improvement is shown, although there is still 
opportunity for further improvement in this direction. 

Electric Poles. 

By order of the Board of Aldermen, or at the request of 
the Wire Commissioner, there have been permits granted for 
the erection of 268 new, for resetting of 750 old and the re- 
moval of 173 poles. Plans showing the location of new 
poles have been approved by the Superintendent of Streets 
and placed on file in the Permit Office. 

Areas and Coal Vaults. 

Twenty-nine permits for the construction of coal vaults 
and areas have been issued in compliance with the orders 
passed by the Board of Aldermen. 



64 



City Document No. 40. 



Street Numbering. 



Districts. 






X a 

© 05 



is * 



H 



^ 05 

S ft 



East Boston. . . 
Charlestown.... 
Boston Proper. 
South Boston. . 
Dorchester. . . . 

Roxbury 

West Roxbury. 
Brighton 



14 
3 
3 
7 

11 
5 
7 
5 



101 
39 
169 
224 
514 
159 
153 
114 



13 



160 
71 

27 



211 
112 
304 
709 
1,193 
339 
298 
269 



Totals. 



55 



1,473 



290 



3,435 



PROPERTY IN CHARGE OF THE DEPUTY SUPERIN- 
TENDENT OF PAVING DIVISION. 

South Boston. 

Columbia road, corner H street, stable, carriage house, shed, 
tool house and office built by the city on land, containing 12,017 
square feet, rented from William H, Hart. 

Columbia road', corner Hamlin street, lot of land used for 
storage purposes, containing 6,710 square feet, rented from 
Charles P. Mooney, agent. 

East Boston. 

Chelsea street, No. 494, wharf property, containing 61,000 
square feet, purchased in 1897 from Francis S. Lally. This 
property is at present not in use. 

East Eagle street, corner Glendon street, sheds, stable and 
office building erected by the city on wharf property containing 
326,700 square feet, leased in 1900 from Blodgett & Whidden 
for a term of ten years. This property is used jointly with the 
Sewer, Sanitary and Street Cleaning Divisions. 



Street Department — Paving Division. 65 



Charlestown. 

Medford street, foot of Elm street, wharf property, containing 
35,000 square feet, owned by the city. Upon this lot are shed, 
stable and office buildings. 

Brighton. 

Union street, opposite Shepard street, lot of land, containing 
37,000 square feet, owned by the city. This lot is at present not 
in use. 

Chestnut Hill avenue, ledge lot, containing 601,563 square feet, 
purchased in 1882 by the city. Upon this lot are stone crusher, 
stable, shed and office buildings. 

West Roxbury. 

Child street, lot of land, containing 43,024 square feet, owned 
by the city. Upon this lot are sheds, stable and office buildings. 

Mt. Vernon street, near Pleasant street, lot of land containing 
16,275 square feet, belonging to the Schoolhouse Commission and 
used by this division for storage purposes. 

Morton street, near Canterbury street, lot of land containing 
14,250 square feet, owned by the city and used for storage 
purposes. 

Rosemary street, lot of land used for storage purposes, con- 
taining 3,780 square feet, rented from Edward Cook. 

Centre street, near Allandale street, ledge lot, leased from 
Thomas Minton. On this lot are stone crusher, sheds and scales 
owned by city. 

Dorchester. 

Hancock street, opposite Bowdoin street, lot of land known as 
the almshouse lot, containing 104,132 square feet, belonged to 
the town of Dorchester at the time of annexation. Upon this 
land are two stables, a shed and a tool-house. 

Downer avenue, lot of land, containing 35,300 square feet, was 
purchased in 1871 to protect the almshouse lot. 

Codman street, ledge lot, containing 299,000 square feet, was 
purchased in 1870. Upon this lot is a shed containing a steam 
engine and stone crusher, also a stable and tool-house. 

Brush Hill road, Milton, lot of land, containing 64,523 square 
feet, leased May 13, 1843, by the town of Dorchester for a term 
of 999 years. Lot of land adjoining above, containing 30,000 
square feet, owned by the City of Boston. These lots are not 
now in use. 

Magnolia street, near Bird stz-eet, lot of land, containing 81,068 
square feet, was purchased by the town of Dorchester in 1867. 
This lot is not now in use. 

Iiosseter street, ledge lot, leased from W. J. Emerson. On 
this lot are buildings containing stone crusher, sheds and scales 
owned by the city. 



66 City Document No. 40. 

ROXBURY. 

Highland street, lot of land, containing 81,082 square feet, 
owned by the city. Upon this lot is a large brick stable erected 
in 1873-74, and used by the sanitary and paving divisions ; also 
a brick building used as a blacksmith shop and a shed for storage 
purposes. 

Washington street, corner Dimock street, ledge lot, containing 
134,671 square feet, owned by the city. Upon this lot are' build- 
ings containing steam engine, stone crusher and scales. 

Kenney street, ledge lot, leased from James W. Kenney. On 
this lot are buildings containing engines, stone crusher, tools, 
scales, etc., owned by the city. 

Heath street, ledge lot, leased from Frederick Bleiler. On this 
lot are buildings containing engines, stone crushers, tools, scales, 
etc., owned by the city. 

South End. 

Albany street, opposite Sharon street, wharf lot, containing 
89,224 square feet. Upon this lot are stables, office and black- 
smith shop, carpenter shop. Wharf lot adjoining above, contain- 
ing 39,511 square feet, used for storage purposes. Both these 
wharves are owned by the city. 

Massachusetts avenue, near Magazine street, lot of land, con- 
taining 317,322 square feet, rented from the City Land Company 
and used for storage purposes. 

Columbia road, near Stanwood street, ledge lot, leased from 
Samuel Gr. King et als. Upon this lot are buildings containing 
engines, stone-crushers, scales, etc., owned by the city. 

Back Bay. 

Hereford street, near Boylston street, lot of land, containing 
28,020 square feet owned by the city. Upon this land are a 
stable, shed and office building. 

North End. 

Commercial street, No. 521, wharf lot, containing 22,555 
square feet, owned by the city. Upon this lot are a stable, shed 
and office building. 

Atlantic avenue, opposite Oliver street, wharf lot, containing 
21,054 square feet, placed in charge of the Paving Division, May 
18, 1874. This property is now used by the Sanitary Division. 

Atlantic avenue, opposite Oliver street, wharf property, con- 
taining 36,460 square feet, leased from J. H. Hecht, on Feb- 
ruary 19, 1898, for ten years. This lease is held by the Sanitary 
Division, to which the Paving Division pays for storage purposes 
the sum of $5,200 per year. 

Revere street, wharf lot, containing 20,013 square feet, leased 
from J. J. Costello, on July 20, 1899, for a term of ten years, 
for storage purposes. Portion of this lot is used by the Sewer 
Division. 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 67 



APPENDIX D. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
SANITARY DIVISION. 



Rooms 917-920 Tkemont Building, 

Boston, Mass., February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the annual report of 
the expenditures, income, and operation of the Sanitary 
Division of the Street Department for the financial year 
ending January 31, 1906. 

This division has charge of the removal of house offal, 
waste and [rubbish, house dirt, and ashes accumulated from 
burning of material for heating buildings and domestic pur- 
poses, and also has charge of the construction and repairs of 
carriages, carts, wagons, harnesses, etc., of the Street Depart- 
ment and other departments, and the painting of street signs 
for the Paving Division. 

The abnormal increase in cost of collection of material, 
owing to the difficulty in obtaining suitable dumping places 
and the dumping places being so remote from the place of 
collection, presents a serious problem. I recommend the 
purchase of carts having twice the capacity of those in use 
at the present time, as this would lessen the time consumed 
by the long hauls. 

I further recommend that additional dumping boats be 
provided at the South yard on Albany street, and at the 
Charles River-avenue bridge. This additional equipment will 
materially aid in the solution of the dumping problem as far 
as Charlestown, North and West Ends and South End are 
concerned. 

On account of the poor condition of, and the excessive 
expense incurred in, repairing one of the dumping boats, which 
has been in the service for over twenty years, I recommend 
the purchase of a new boat. 



68 City Document No. 40. 

The stables at Albany street and at North Grove street 
are in such poor condition that they require extensive repair- 
ing. It is also necessary that they be enlarged to properly 
accommodate the horses, as many of them, at present, are 
kept in sheds. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Daniel P. Sullivan, 

Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Amount of appropriation ..... $670,000 00 

Transferred from reserve fund .... 7,000 00 

Transferred from surplus revenue . . . 26,382 08 



Total amount of appropriation . . . $703,382 08 

Total expenditures of the Sanitary Division, includ- 
ing work done for other divisions and depart- 
ments, and paid by them ..... $756,762 26 

Less amounts paid by other divisions and depart- 
ments 53,380 18 



Net cost of maintenance, Sanitary Division . . $703,382 08 

Total Cost of Removal of House Dirt, Ashes, Waste, 
Rubbish and House Offal. 

Salaries : Deputy Superintendent, clerks and 

foremen $18,508 78 

Office supplies and expenses . . . . 3,798 86 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account . . . 420,607 90 

House offal account ...... 217,634 88 

Construction, Repair and Horseshoeing 
Account. 
Foremen ........ 1,396 20 

Expended for labor . . . $32,971 36 

Expended for stock . . . 16,613 31 



Allowed time for holidays . . $42,095 22 

Medical attendance and allowed 

time for injured men . . 3,135 75 



49,584 67 



45,230 97 



Total expenditures of the Sanitary Division for the 

year ending January 31, 1906 .... $756,76226 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 



69 



Brought forward . ..... 

Revenue Received from outside Divisions and 
Departments for Board and Care of Horses, 
Rent, use of Dumping Boats, Shoeing and 
for Repairing Vehicles, etc. 

$702 07 

1,807 74 

432 80 

14,925 10 

9,172 28 

25,014 95 

995 94 

329 30 



$756,762 26 



Bridge Division . 
County of Suffolk 
Lamp Department 
Paving Division . 
Sewer Division . 
Street Cleaning Division 
Street Watering Division 
Ferry Division 



53,380 18 

$703,382 08 



Income. 

Amount of money deposited and bills presented to the 
City Collector for material sold and work performed by the 
Sanitary Division of the Street Department during the year 
ending January 31, 1906. 



Money Deposited. 



From letting of scow privileges 
For sale of manure 



1,665 57 
50 00 



Bills Deposited. 
For removal of engine ashes, manure and waste 



13,409 53 



$16,125 10 



70 



City Document No. 40. 



Items of Expenditures and Revenue for the Year 1905. 



Items. 



Total amount 
Expended. 



Amount paid 

by other 

Divisions. 



Amount 

Charged to 

Sanitary 

Division. 



Salaries of deputy and clerks — 

Salaries of foremen 

Labor, collection and disposition 
of house dirt and ashes 

Labor, collection and disposition 
of waste and rubbish 

Labor, collection and disposition 
of house offal 

Labor and stock in stables and 
yards 

Hired teams on ashes, waste and 
rubbish and offal 

Contracts on ashes, West Rox- 
bury, North and South Dor- 
chester 

Contracts on offal, East Boston, 
Brighton, West Roxbury and 
Dorchester 

Ash and offal stock 

Allowed time snd holidays 

Grain 

Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and allowed 
time on account of injured men, 

Horses •. 

Veterinary services and medicine, 

Hired horses 

Outside care and board of horses, 

Outside horseshoeing, black- 
smith, wheelwright, harness 
and painting 

Labor, stock, etc., wheelwright, 
blacksmith, paint, harness and 
horseshoeing shops 

Dumping boats, stock, etc 

Repairs on stables, sheds and 
wharves 

Fuel 

Gas 

Electric light and power 

Printing, stationery, office items 
and incidentals 

Advertising 

Rents 

Tolls and fares 

Telephones 

Damages caused by city teams. . 

Taxes on Hecht's estate, as per 
lease .... 

Totals 



$9,190 60 
10,714 38 

204,258 76 
39,129 58 

144,442 46 
49,400 34 
49,357 50 

17,002 19 



17,079 98 
476 00 
42,095 22 
23,042 24 
21,675 92 

3,135 75 
16,997 50 
6,967 06 
5,838 50 
5,039 10 



5,776 44 



49,584 67 
21 74 

7,195 71 

1,293 95 

982 15 

1,416 19 

2,471 26 

293 34 

15,136 38 

1,327 60 

922 90 

216 85 

4,280 00 



£29,163 92 
5,097 29 

12,294 90 
4,130 12 



886 21 

510 20 

1,297 54 



$9,190 60 
10,714 38 

175,094 84 
34,032 29 

132,147 56 
45,270 22 
49,357 50 

17,002 19 



17,079 98 
476 00 
41,209 01 
22,532 04 
20,378 38 

3,135 75 
16,997 50 
6,967 06 
5,838 50 
5,039 10 



5,776 44 



49,584 67 

21 74 

7,195 71 

1,293 95 

982 15 

1,416 19 

2,471 26 

293 34 

15,136 38 

1,327 60 

922 90 

216 85 

4,280 00 



$756,762 26 



$53,380 18 



$703,382 08 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 71 



Force Employed on House Dirt and Ashes. 





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Helpers 


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Tallymen 


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343 


76 


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Amount of House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 




Number of Loads 

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54 Cubic Feet. 


1900 


House dirt and ashes 


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313,844 
310,509 


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Force Employed on Waste and Rubbish. 



Number. 



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Teamsters. 
Helpers. . . 
Dumpers .. 

Totals 



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27 



47 



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Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 



Years. 



Number of Loads. 



Paper 


Market 


Cart. 


Wagon. 


11,452 


5,494 


11,534 


7,791 


10,201 


8,297 


8,417 


8.753 


7,064 


9,170 


6,569 


10,540 



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1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



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Amount of House Offal Removed. 



Years. 



Number of 
Loads. 



1900 
1901 
1002 
1903 
1904 
1905 



62,975 
66,758 
66,287 
64,744 
64,084 
64,803 



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Number of Loads of Material Collected from January 31, 
1899, to February 1, 1906. 



Years. 


Waste 

and 

Rubbish. 


Ashes. 


Oflal. 


Total Loads. 


1900 

1901 


18,460 
19,325 
18,498 
17,170 
16,234 
17,109 


344,682 
342,940 
313,844 
310,509 
325,955 
331,545 


62,975 
66,758 
66,287 
64,744 
64,084 
64.803 


426,117 
429,023 


1902 

1903 


398,629 
392,423 


1901 


406,273 


1905 


413,457 







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21,846 


20,494 


15,038 


23,220 


31,246 


48,816 


79,357 


71,537 


331,545 




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8,866 
20,217 


7,134 
10,510 


17,109 


House offal 


4,039 


6,414 


2,624 


2,077 


4,066 


6,259 


8,597 


64,803 


Totals 


24,402 


28,260 


23,301 


17,115 


27,286 


37,505 


57,967 


108,440 


89,181 


413,457 





Number of Carts and Wagons Collecting House Dirt and 
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Collected by West Roxbury Contractor 8,560 loads of ashes. 

" " North Dorchester " 17,666 " " 

" " South " " 13,480 



Total 39,706 

Collected by East Boston Contractor 6,414 loads of offal. 

" " Brighton " 2,077 

" " West Roxbury " 1,428 

" " Dorchester ' " 6,259 " " 



Total 16,178 

Final Disposition of all Material by the Sanitary Department 
Collected from January 31, 1905, to February 1, 1906. 



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50,053 


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Amount Expended for the Collection and Disposition of House 
Dirt, Ashes, Waste and Rubbish and House Offal by Districts, 
Including Labor, Stock, Etc. 



Districts. 



Waste 

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Ashes. 



Offal. 



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West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

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South End and Back Bay . 

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Dumping boats 



$455 00 



139 00 



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1,770 00 

14,433 50 

9,382 50 

22,827 84 
$49,007 84 



$28,381 26 
23,629 50 
28,408 94 
12,949 84 
16,380 38 
17,089 80 
78,470 03 
105,362 02 
72,792 45 
21,026 93 
$404,491 15 



$14,524 38 

9,938 65 

11,373 51 

3,476 75 

[8,809 17 

7,786 03 

32,673 68 

46,685 18 

26,512 46 

55,388 10 

$217,167 91 



$43,360 64 

33,568 15 

39,921 45 

16,426 59 

25,189 55 

24,875 83 

112,913 71 

166,480 70 

108,687 41 

99,242 87 

$670,666 90 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 75 

Amount expended for maintenance of the repair 

and construction shops . . . . . $55,955 43 

Income from outside divisions and departments . 21,079 71 

Net cost to Sanitary Division . . . $34,875 72 



Amount expended for new horses . . . . $16,997 50 
Amount received from other divisions for new 

horses 2,880 58 

Net cost for new horses by the Sanitary 

Division $14,116 92 



Maintenance of Fort Hill Wharf and Dumping Boats. 

Amount Expended. 
For towing by department tow- 



boat ..... 


$6,348 


58 




For towing by hired tow-boats 


625 


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$6,973 58 








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3,870 49 


For rents ..... 


$13,499 


98 




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217 


09 




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dumpers ..... 


11,728 


15 




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injured men . 


773 


58 


26,218 80 




tow-boats 






$37,062 87 


Number of trips to sea by department 


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Number of trips to sea by hired boats 


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Number of scows to sea, 387. 



76 



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For work done and material furnished for outside divisions 
and departments, the different shops received as follows : 



Wheelwright .... 


$4,361 64 




Blacksmith shop, South End 


6,858 59 




Blacksmith shop, West End 


689 57 




Paint shop ..... 


4,041 76 




Harness shop .... 


1,852 16 




Horseshoeing shop, South End 


1,462 25 




Horseshoeing shop, West End 


1,813 74 


$21,079 71 



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the Sanitary Division, the following amounts 
were expended by the different shops : 



Wheelwright 

Blacksmith shop, South End 

Blacksmith shop, West End 

Paint shop .... 

Harness shop 

Horseshoeing shop, South End 

Horseshoeing shop, West End 



$7,079 
5,271 
1,002 
5,908 
6,359 
2,845 
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Total amount paid out, stock and labor, all divi- 
sions and departments ..... 
Foremen in charge . . . .$1,369 20 

Allowed time 3,990 63 

Expended for electric power, printing 

and incidentals .... 983 93 



28,504 96 



Total 



1,584 67 



6,370 76 
.5,955 43 



Cost of Horseshoeing. 



Division Shops. 



Outside Shops. 



Stock. 
Labor 



$2,130 45 
4,028 30 

$6,158 75 



$4,591 90 



$4,591 90 



78 



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Horseshoeing for Divisions. 



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Resets 

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5,501 

1,715 

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Detail Account op Amount Paid for Work Done by the 
Sanitary Division for Other Divisions of the Street 
Department and Other Departments. 



For repair and construction work 

For horse-shoeing ..... 

For use of dumping boats .... 

For hay, grain, straw, board and care of horses 
For feeders, watchmen and stablemen . 
For fuel, light and telephone 
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For rent for use of Litchfield's wharf . 

For new horses ...... 

For miscellaneous items .... 



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3,275 99 

14,136 52 

5,819 70 

1,866 12 

677 68 

740 00 

5,200 00 

2,880 58 

979 87 

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Land and Buildings in Charge of the Sanitary 

Division. 

South Boston Stable. (Leased.') 
Wooden two-story stables and sheds, with accommodations 
for twenty-one horses, located at 317-319 West First street, 
South Boston. Leased from the T. P. Frost estate. 

East Boston Stable. (Leased.) 
The Sanitary Division hires stable accommodation for 
fifteen horses of the Paving Division. The stable is located 
at No. 324 East Eagle street, East Boston. 



80 City Document No. 40. 



Charlestown Stable. 

Wooden two-story stable with accommodations for twenty- 
five horses located on Rutherford avenue ; lot contains 17,300 
square feet of land; stable was built in 1875, costing 
$5,083.07; sheds and outbuildings were built in 1879. 

Brighton. 

Accommodations are provided by the Sewer Division at its 
stable on Western avenue for two horses of the Sanitary 
Division. 

Highland Stable. 

Brick stable built in 1875, at a cost of $88,594.13, on the 
old almshouse lot, Highland street, with accommodations for 
seventy-two horses. The lot contains 81,082 square feet of 
land. A part of this stable and adjoining lot is used by the 
Paving Division. There is an offal shed on this lot, erected 
in 1875, at a cost of $1,160.12. It was abandoned on April 
1, 1897, and in 1900 part of it was remodelled, and is now 
used as a carriage house and wash-room. 

South City Stables, Shops and Sheds. 

Situated on Albany street, opposite Newton street. The 
lot belonged to the city before being used for this purpose, 
and contains 90,780 square feet of land. The stables and 
buildings connected therewith are of brick. There are also 
on the premises five wooden sheds used for storing wagons, 
etc. The stable is two stories high, with French roof, and 
has accommodations for one hundred and two horses. Total 
cost, exclusive of land, $79,089.23. There is a wooden 
stable on the lot with accommodations for twenty-three 
horses. In 1899 a veterinary hospital was built and equipped 
for the purpose of caring for sick and disabled horses. 

Connected with stables are blacksmith, wheelwright, paint 
and harness-maker's shops, in which wagons, carts, harnesses, 
etc., used by this and other departments, are constructed and 
kept in repair, also a horseshoeing shop for shoeing the horses 
of the department located in this section of the city. 

West Stables and Sheds. 

The stable is of brick, a story and a half high, 128 feet by 
50 feet, located on North Grove street; built in 1860 with- 
out buildings attached to the same. It has accommodations 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 81 

for forty-five horses. The lot contains about 45,152 square 
feet of land. There are three one-story wooden stables with 
accommodations for twenty horses, and a horseshoeing shop 
established May 11, 1896. 

Fort Hill Wharf. 

Containing 21,054 square feet, used as a dumping station 
for the city's garbage and refuse, and as a mooring place for 
dumping boats and scows which convey this material to sea 
and to the plant of the New England Sanitary Product Com- 
pany. Cost of construction platform and dredging dock, 
•$6,219.33. There are three Barney dumping boats which 
are in continual use, and are towed to sea by the department 
tugboat " Cormorant." A portion of the wharf is used by 
the Street Cleaning Division as a locker for patrol push-carts, 
etc., and a part is used by the Paving Division. 

Litchfield's Wharf. (Leased.) 

Situated at No. 466 to No. 470 Atlantic avenue, contain- 
ing about 35,460 square feet. Leased from Jacob H. Hecht, 
March 1, 1898, for a period of ten years. The property is 
now owned by the Middlesex Trust. This wharf adjoins 
Fort Hill Wharf and is occupied in part by the City Refuse 
Utilization Company for the disposal of waste and rubbish. 
Also by the New England Sanitary Product Company as a 
berth for their scows. 

Packard's Wharf. (Leased.) 

The use of this property by the Sanitary Division has 
been discontinued. 

Weighing Shed. (Hired.) 

Situated at the corner of Massachusetts avenue and 
Southampton street. Rented from the Boston Consolidated 
Gas Company. Lot contains about 2,300 square feet of 
land. 



City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX E. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
SEWER DIVISION. 



30 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass., February 1, 1906. 

Me. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear, Sir, — The former Deputy Superintendent of the 
Sewer Division having resigned and no successor having as 
yet been appointed, it devolves upon me, as the Acting 
Deputy Superintendent, to make the annual report. In 
compliance, therefore, with the revised ordinances, the annual 
report of the operation and expenses of the Sewer Division 
of the Street Department for the year 1905 is herewith 
respectfully submitted, together with the reports of the 
Assistant Engineers. 

Appended to this report are the detailed schedules of sewer 
construction for the year 1905, and also for the years 1900 to 
1904, inclusive, omitted from former reports. The publica- 
tion now makes the list of schedules complete. 

The large and important works required to obviate the 
deficiencies of the Boston sewer system are as follows : 

Mrst. — The extension of the Stony Brook conduit and 
the West Roxbury low level sewer southward from Jamaica 
Plain. 

This conduit is the main channel for the surface water 
of the Stony Brook valley. The sewer systems of the 
valley are still mainly upon the combined principle, carrying 
sewage and storm water in the same channel. The storm 
water is, therefore, conveyed to the brook through sewers 
and discharged into it through overflows; consequently 
sewage is mingled with the brook water during every rain. 
This must of necessity continue till every sewer system in 
the valley is converted from the combined to the separate 
system. A portion of the valley is in the high level or the 
South Metropolitan district and a portion in the low level or 
main drainage district. The separation of the sewer systems 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 83 

of the high level portion is mandatory upon the city under 
chapter 383 of the Acts of 1903, and funds for this work are 
provided for by this Act; but no such provision is made for 
the separation of the systems of the low level portion. The 
only money available for this, as well as for the building of 
the main conduit itself, is the General Sewerage Loan, pro- 
vided by chapter 426 of the Acts of 1897. (Amended, 
Chap. 450 of 1899.) ■ 

The separation of the systems of the low level district is 
now necessitated by the creation of the Charles River basin. 
The brook, as well as its principal tributaries, must be 
improved to the Hyde Park line either by building covered 
conduits or deepened open channels in order to fit them to 
receive the surface water drains which must be built in each 
street in the valley. The covered conduit substantially as 
recommended by the commission of 1886 must certainly be 
carried to a point a little south of Forest Hills. Beyond this 
to the Hyde Park line further study may show that a deep 
open channel, bordered by a strip of land treated as a park, 
may be constructed at less expense than the heavy masonry 
conduits planned by the commission of 1886, if the Park 
Department will co-operate. An attractive water park would 
be thus created, with no danger of sewage pollution ensuing 
such as beset the Fenway, because all the surrounding sewer 
systems, as well as those of Hyde Park, must be later con- 
structed on, or changed to, the separate system. When 
these improvements to the main channel and tributaries are 
carried out and the surface drains constructed in each street 
the Commissioners' channel will be free from sewage pollu- 
tion. 

The cost of the construction of the main conduit and 
accompanying low level sewer to the brook crossing south of 
Forest Hills, where such an open channel may be substituted, 
may be estimated at $1,150,000. The low level sewer is 
carried with the conduit, and is designed to afford house sew- 
erage to certain streets and areas which are too low to be 
drained by the Stony Brook valley sewer, as well as to 
supplement the capacity of the latter. Its estimated cost is 
included in that of the conduit. The above estimate, as well 
as those which follow, are all exclusive of land damages. 

Second. — The rebuilding of the old channel of Stony 
Brook. 

The condition of this channel and the recommendation for 
its rebuilding have been discussed in annual reports for many 
years. It is not necessary to rehearse these, but it will suffice 
to say that it is in a dangerous condition, structurally consid- 



84 City Document No. 40. 

ered, and in the worst possible condition from a sanitary 
point of view. It is the main channel for surface water for 
the lower square mile of Stony Brook valley, and must be 
rebuilt for the purpose of cutting off local sewage pollution 
and for the purpose of affording a clean main channel for 
surface water of the tributary surface-water drains which 
must be constructed throughout this territory. 

The sewer systems of this portion of Roxbury are all upon 
the combined principle, and must all be converted to the 
separate system in consequence of the building of the Charles 
River dam and the conversion of the Charles river into a 
fresh water lake. This impending change in the condition of 
the Charles River basin has necessitated the change from the 
combined to the separate system throughout the Stony Brook 
valley, as well as in the Back Bay. The estimated cost of 
rebuilding the old channel is $400,000. 

Third. — The rebuilding of the May wood's Brook sewer 
system in Roxbury. 

This subject has been treated in detail by Assistant Engi- 
neer Bowes in his report on South Roxbury. It consists 
essentially of the rebuilding upon the separate principle of 
the main sewer — now a combined sewer — from the junction 
of Hampshire and Whittier streets through Ruggles street, 
Shawmut avenue, Washington street, Circuit street, Ray 
street, Regent street, Dale street, Laurel street, Ottawa and 
Sherman streets. The sewers of all these streets, particularly 
the last named and adjacent streets, are all too small, and the 
abutters have suffered from repeated floodings for many 
years in the past. This work should be carried on continu- 
ously until completed. The estimated cost of the main line 
is 1308,000 to complete. 

Fourth. — The rebuilding of the Dorchester Brook sewer 
system. 

This subject has also been treated in detail by Mr. Bowes 
in his report on North Dorchester. The work is very similar 
to that described in the foregoing paragraph, namely, the 
replacing of the overcharged inadequate combined sewer by 
main sewers upon the separate system. The construction 
which has been started in Rockford street should be carried 
on continuously at least as far as Lawrence avenue. The 
estimated cost of this improvement is $168,500. 

Fifth. — The building of the auxiliarj^ east side intercept- 
ing sewer. 

This subject has been discussed in former reports. The 
necessity for it arises from the overcharging of the east side 
intercepter, with consequent overflows into the docks and the 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 85 

backing up of sewage in the Canal-street relief sewer and 
tributary sewer systems in a large portion of the business 
section of the city. 

Upon consulting the City Engineer, Mr. Jackson, a differ- 
ence in opinion developed between the Engineeiing Depart- 
ment and this division, Mr. Jackson claiming that the proper 
course to pursue was to rebuild all the leaky sewers in the 
city proper district, and that if this were done there might 
not be a necessity for building this auxiliary intercepting 
sewer. I do not agree with the gentleman, but admit that 
further studies may be profitably prosecuted, and such 
studies will be made by this division. As there are about 
seven and one-half miles of old wooden sewers that ought 
to be rebuilt in the city proper, some idea may be derived of 
the expense and the length of time required for the alterna- 
tive scheme proposed by Mr. Jackson. The estimated cost 
of building the auxiliary intercepter is $230,000. 

Sixth. — The completion of the intercepting system in 
East Boston. 

A considerable portion of the water front of East Boston, 
namely, on the north and east of the island, the shores of 
Breed's Island and the East Boston shore of Chelsea creek, 
still remains unprovided with intercepting sewers, the common 
sewers discharging into the harbor and upon the flats. 
Nuisances have resulted, and these intercepting sewers 
should be built. This involves finishing section 4 of the 
East Boston low level sewer in Boardman and Saratoga 
streets, to Bennington street, building section 7 from 
Butler avenue to Bennington street at Leverett street, and 
a sewer encircling the northeasterly shore of the island 
from the above-mentioned sewer to the Moore-street outlet, 
and also a sewer running from Eagle square along the shore 
of Chelsea creek to Putnam street. The estimated cost of 
these intercepting sewers is $131,000. 

Seventh. — The completion of the conversion of the com- 
bined to the separate system of sewers in the high level or 
South Metropolitan district. 

During the year just passed 108,240 linear feet, or 20.50 
miles, of sewers and surface drains have been constructed in 
the work of changing to the separate system. In certain 
districts the work is well advanced. 

In the Lauriat avenue district, bounded roughly on the 
north by Franklin Field, on the east by Milton avenue, on 
the south by Morton, Norfolk and Walk Hill streets, and on 
the west by Blue Hill avenue, and containing about 500 
acres, the work is 90 per cent. done. 



86 City Document No. 40. 

In the Talbot avenue district, bounded roughly by Talbot 
avenue on the south, Blue Hill avenue on the west, Wash- 
ington street on the north and Park and Bernard streets on 
the east, and containing 316 acres, the work is 62 per cent, 
done. 

In the Ruthven street district, bounded by Cobden street, 
Walnut avenue, Ruthven street, Elm Hill avenue and Seaver 
street, and containing 76.9 acres, the work is 77 per cent, 
done. 

In the Smith street district, bounded by Tremont, Parker 
and Ward streets and Huntington avenue, and containing 
50 acres, the work is 77 per cent. done. 

In the Hemenway street district, bounded by Hemenway, 
St. Stephen and Boylston streets and Massachusetts avenue, 
and containing 40 acres, the work is 72 per cent. done. 

In an area of 60 acres in Brighton, bounded by the Boston 
& Albany Railroad, Brooks, Faneuil and Bigelow streets, the 
work of separation is entirely done. 

In total since 1903, 283,694 linear feet, or 53.73 miles, of 
sewers and surface drains have been built. 

There remain about five and one-half million dollars worth 
of work to be done in the high level district in affecting the 
change to the separate system. 

Eighth. — The conversion of the combined to the separate 
system in so much of the low level, or main drainage, terri- 
tory as is tributary to the Charles River basin. 

The fact that the Charles River basin is to be converted 
into a fresh water pond by the building of a full-tide dam to 
replace the Leverett-street bridge makes it necessary to con- 
sider the condition of the sewer system of the territory which 
is tributary to the Charles river. Part of this territory is 
included in that of the Metropolitan high level sewer, or the 
South Metropolitan district, and throughout this district the 
conversion of combined systems to separate systems has been 
recognized as a necessity and funds therefor provided by law. 
But there is a large territory remaining in the Stony Brook 
valley and in the Back Bay and the slope of Beacon Hill 
which will remain tributary to the Boston main drainage 
system, with overflows (provided the system remains a com- 
bined one) discharging storm water mingled with sewage 
into the Charles River basin. 

Of this kind of territory there are 1,525 acres in the Stony 
Brook valley, in the Back Bay and on Beacon Hill. 

The quality of sewage pollution carried into the Charles 
river by these overflows is particularly bad in the Back Bay 
region and nearly as bad in the lower square mile of Stony 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 87 

brook, which is tributary to the old channel of Stony brook. 
This is due to the fact that main sewers are laid at a very 
flat gradient and consequently accumulate sewage sludge 
throughout the dry period between rains. 

The main sewers of the Back Bay are practically septic 
tanks. When there has been a long period of dry weather 
— as often happens in the summer — the accumulation of 
decomposing sewage is large. When the next rain comes, 
particularly if it be a violent thunder shower, great masses 
of this are swept out of the outlets at once, and the over- 
flowing material at that time is many times worse than 
normal sewage. 

The problem of handling this sewage overflow from the 
Back Bay region and the Stony Brook channels is the prin- 
cipal one raised by the project of building the Charles River 
dam. At the time of the inception of this scheme, no plan 
seems to have been seriously considered except that of con- 
veying this material by means of the marginal intercepting 
conduit to the harbor below the dam, and Mr. Freeman in 
his report does not seem to have anticipated any evil result 
from so doing, or at least has laid but little stress upon it ; 
but as the project became developed this aspect of the prob- 
lem assumed greater importance. The harbor below the 
dam will be practically a currentless channel, obstructed by 
thousands of piles supporting the railroad bridges, and to 
store this great mass of pollution in at a point just below 
the dam is likely to produce a great nuisance. 

The engineers of the Charles River basin are, therefore, 
confronted by this problem : Whether to dispose of this 
foul material below the dam or into the basin. 

During the year 1903 this department brought up this 
question before the Charles River Basin Commission, taking 
the ground that neither of these methods of disposal was 
satisfactory nor even allowable, and a number of meetings 
with the commission ensued, at which the matter was dis- 
cussed. The department claimed that the only rational 
solution of the problem was to convert the combined systems 
of sewers into separate systems, whereby the sewage proper 
from the residence would be taken directly through separate 
channels to the main drainage system and thence to the out- 
fall at Moon Island, leaving nothing but surface water and 
street wash to be carried by the old sewer systems (which 
would then be converted to the surface water portion of the 
separate system) to the river. There would be then no inter- 
mingling of sewage and surface water, and, therefore, no 
sewage carried over into the basin. 



88 City Document No. 40. 

A bill to effect this and to. provide a sum of $500,000 
annually for this purpose was introduced into the Legislature, 
carried up to the governor, and vetoed by him, with the con- 
sent of Mayor Collins, as has been related in the annual 
reports of 1903 and 1904. 

The net result of the whole discussion seems to have been 
a reduction by the commission in the size of the proposed 
marginal conduit from the 16 feet by 16 feet and 12 feet by 
12 feet sizes discussed by Freeman, to a conduit of 7 feet in 
diameter. The basis upon which this was determined is 
unknown to me, but probably this size was selected as a size 
which would convey as much of this foul sewage polluted 
overflow to the harbor below the dam as it was safe to deposit 
there, and that the remainder must of necessity go into the 
basin. 

This 7-foot conduit is being built, with numerous side 
overflows, which will work at grade 8.50, so that as soon as 
its capacity is exceeded by the combined flow from the Back 
Bay and Stony brook areas it will discharge its contents into 
the basin. This arrangement amounts to a direct discharge 
into the basin in all except the very smallest storms — sewage 
polluted overflow flowing in at one side of the marginal con- 
duit and out at the other. 

A part of the scheme is to store as much of this foul flow 
as the marginal conduit will hold, and run it back into the 
Boston main drainage system or the Metropolitan high level 
sewer system, to be pumped and discharged at either Moon 
Island or Nut Island. 

The reduction in the size of conduit favors the preserva- 
tion of the purity of the harbor below the dam, but at the 
expense of introducing more pollution into the basin. The 
reduction in size also militates against the storage scheme. 
Comparatively little can be stored in this small conduit. It 
cannot be drained back into either the Boston main drainage 
system or the Metropolitan high level until after the storm 
has ceased, because at the time of the storms these systems 
will be pretty fully occupied in carrying storm water from 
their contributary areas. If an attempt is made to store the 
flow from what promises to be a small storm, and it then 
develops into a storm somewhat larger than was anticipated, 
the first flow — which is the foulest — will necessarily have 
to be discharged into the basin, and all that would be stored 
would be the comparatively clean afterflow. It is doubtful 
whether any could be received by the Boston main drainage 
system, until some time after the cessation of the storm, 
without endangering the low districts in Boston, namely, 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 89 

Dover street, Dedham street, Church street and Beach street 
districts, in which nothing now keeps down the level of 
water in the sewer systems below the level of cellars during 
rains at high tide but the open connections into the inter- 
cepting system and the pumping at the Cow Pasture 
pumping station. 

The whole arrangement is cumbersome and irrational. It 
consists, first, in mingling sewage with a great volume of 
surface water through the operation of the combined system, 
and then attempting to dispose of it either by sending it 
below the dam or into the basin. 

Neither of these methods of disposal is satisfactory. I 
see no reason to change from the opinion advanced by this 
department in 1903, that the only rational solution of the 
problem is the introduction of the separate system throughout 
the area tributary to the Charles River basin. 

The expense of this change will be very great. Recent 
estimates by the engineers of this division show that the 
changes in the sewers only will figure $2,464,000 ; if the cost 
of carrying out connections to the estates be borne by the 
city (and I think there can be little doubt that it will) the 
cost will rise to 13,142,000. It is problematical whether the 
expense of making changes in plumbing, roof leader connec- 
tions, etc., on the estates, should be borne by the city or the 
land-owner, but it seems that, inasmuch as the present 
arrangements have all been made in compliance with existing 
laws, and the change required is one inuring to the sanitary 
benefit of the whole community, rather than one conferring 
special benefit upon individual estates, this cost also must 
be borne by the city. The estimate of the cost of making 
such changes in the plumbing of estates as will be necessary 
to exclude the roof and yard water from the connections with 
the sanitary system, and convey this water to the surface 
drainage portion of the separate system where it cannot other- 
wise be disposed of (and excluding those cases where the 
arrangement of the plumbing is such that unusual expense 
would have to be incurred), is $1,376,000. This brings the 
total probable expense to $4,518,000, or, in round numbers, 
$4,500,000. 

All these expenses and trouble are entailed by the project 
of a full-tide dam — a fresh-water basin — instead of a half- 
tide dam with a salt-water basin. If the latter project were 
substituted for the former almost all these difficulties would 
immediately disappear, and most of the benefits would 
still be received — the principal difference being that the 
basin would not be absolutely free of tidal currents ; but a 



90 City Document No. 40. 

half-tide dam may be so designed and maintained that these 
currents would be slight as compared to the currents now- 
prevailing under free tidal conditions. 

There is no reason, from an engineering point of view, why 
a half-tide dam cannot be constructed, which should later be 
converted into a full-tide dam, and the great advantage of 
this arrangement would be this, that it would give time to 
the municipalities affected to make these expensive changes 
in their sewer systems. It is not reasonable to expect such 
great expenses to be incurred in a very short period of time. 
It is reasonable, and almost universal practice, when expen- 
sive changes of this kind are involved, to so arrange the 
administration of affairs that the great expenses may be 
spread over a considerable number of years and the financial 
burden thereby lessened. 

The Charles River Basin Act calls for a full-tide dam. I 
recommend that it should be amended to the effect that the 
dam should be constructed as a half-tide dam and should so 
remain until the sewer systems in the surrounding territory 
have been put into a condition suitable for the maintenance 
of a fresh-water basin, or until this work shall have been 
sufficiently advanced, in the judgment of the State Board of 
Health, to permit of the complete exclusion of the tide, 
whereupon the original design shall be completed. 

In the discussion of the last two subjects very large expen- 
ditures have been mentioned. This division is unfortunate 
in having these great expenditures forced upon it. Previous 
to 1897, when the $1,000,000 loan was passed, the division for 
many years had been practically starved with insufficient 
appropriations and the sewer system was in very bad condi- 
tion. The demands upon it were out of all proportion to the 
funds that it had had at its. disposal. Sewer systems had 
been enormously extended so that main sewers were over- 
crowded, floodings of premises and streets were numerous, 
relief sewers and large surface drains were called for, and 
the main drainage pumping station was in urgent need of 
expensive repairs and enlargement. 

All this has been largely remedied, and the division was 
becoming nearly able to meet the demands upon it when, in 
1903, the building of the Metropolitan high level sewer 
imposed the first large and unusual burden upon it in the 
introduction of the separate system throughout the high 
level territory. 

Now, in addition to this, comes the Charles River basin 
project, entailing practically as much more of unusual expen- 
diture in the separation of the sewer systems in the low level 
territory tributary to the Charles river. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 91 

These are not burdens which have come as a result of 
plans or theories of this division. They are burdens entailed 
by the projects and operations of the State, solely. 

The Fenway work is completed. As the cost of this work 
is under investigation, I will make no comments further than 
to call attention to the difference between the amount of the 
work which was actually built and the amount contemplated 
at the time Mr. J. R. Freeman made his report on the pro- 
posed Charles River basin. The work then proposed was to 
build a gate-house across the open canal at the Huntington 
entrance to the Fens, at a point about half-way between 
Huntington avenue and the ornamental bridge then existing 
in the Fens, and a 12-foot by 12-foot covered channel from 
this gate-house to Charles river. 

On account of the changes in the roadways of the Fens 
and the exchanges of land agreed upon between the Trustees 
of the Art Museum and the Park Commissioners, the route 
for the conduit, or conduits, imposed upon this division by 
the Park Commissioners, and the condition in which the 
existing 7-foot by 7-foot wooden covered conduit was found 
to be, the work actually done was to extend the Commis- 
sioners' channel from Huntington avenue to the Fens, build 
one new gate-house, including sub- structure, with four 8-foot 
by 12-foot gates, build the sub-structure with three gates of 
the same size for the old gate-house and move the super- 
structure of the same over on to it, and build 12-foot by 12-foot 
and 7-foot by 7-foot covered conduits from the gate-houses 
to the river. 

The dredging of the sewage sludge deposit in the Fens 
ponds was also interrupted and delayed by changes in plans, 
the result being that great additional quantities of sludge 
came down from the Commissioners' channel, where it had 
been storing for years, and increased the total amount to be 
pumped out of the Fens ponds to more than double the 
amount estimated by Mr. Freeman. 

Photographs of the Fens work accompany this report and 
will give some idea of the magnitude of it. As no photo- 
graphs have been published of this work, I have not confined 
them to the work of the year last past. 

Reports from the assistant engineers of this division, 
over their own signatures, are hereto appended, together with 
the usual tabular statements. 

Respectfully, 

E. S. Dorr, 
Chief Engineer in Charge of Division. 



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City Document No. 40. 



HENRY W. SANBORN'S REPORT ON MAIN 
DRAINAGE WORKS. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — Included under this head are : The main 
and intercepting sewers, Calf Pasture pumping station, out- 
fall sewer, reservoir and discharge sewers at Moon Island, 
Lyons-street pumping station, and the care of Stony Brook 
channels. 

Main and Intercepting Sewers. 

The following data shows the amount of work done in the 
building, repairing and cleaning of all tide-gates, sumps, over- 
flows and regulators of the sewerage system connecting with 
the main drainage works, Metropolitan system and Stony 
brook. 

The number of regulators, gates, sumps and overflows to 
be cared for is as follows, including twenty-one miles of 
intercepting sewers : 



Brighton .... 
Charlestown . 
East Boston.. 
City Proper. . 
Dorchester . . 
South Boston 

Roxbury 

Vapor gates . 

Totals .. 



43 
24 
42 
82 
60 
44 
34 
24 



353 



16 
9 
15 
14 
2 
4 
1 



61 



17 
11 
17 
38 
10 
17 



118 



23 
12 
23 
40 
17 
21 
15 



151 



The following is an account of work done during 1905, in 
addition to the regular inspection work : 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 



93 



Sewers 


cleaned .... 






■ 1,878 feet. 


Number of 


new tide-gates built 






3 


tc 


tt 


" sumps built 






2 


u 


tc 


" overflows built 






2 


tc 


tt 


regulators repaired . 






45 


a 


tt 


tide-gates repaired . 






297 


tc 


tt 


flushing gates repaired . 






20 


tc 


tt 


manholes repaired . 






156 


tt 


tt 


old tide-gates replaced by new 




3 


t c 


tt 


manhole steps put in 




330 


tc 


tt 


loads of sewage matter removed 


from 






tide-gates, sumps and regulators . 


. 


1,246 



The total length of Stony brook water course to be cared 
for and inspected after each storm is 6i miles. The number 
of loads of material removed from channels during last year 
was 1,320. 

Pumping Station. 

The following repairs and renewals have been made : 
The air pumps on Nos. 3 and 4 engines have been replaced 
by Tomlinson condensers. A new suction pipe has been laid 
from the salt water pumps to the well. Repairs have been 
made on the high pressure link and a new throttle valve 
supplied to No. 4 engine. An 8-inch injection pipe, for 
sewage, for No. 5 engine, and a new steam line to circulating 
pump, have been installed. Also new boxes for reach rod, 
No. 1 engine, new spray for Nos. 1 and 2 condensers, new 
steam drum for No. 3 engine and repairs on the valve cham- 
ber, new piston valve in governor of No. 4 engine and new 
reducing valve for Worthington steam line. 

New plungers were put in No. 1 and repairs made on rods 
and rings. The filth hoist cages were repaired and new 
chains put on those on the south side. New weighing-out 
scales were put in the boiler-house. Some new steam piping, 
with covering, was erected in engine-house. The force mains 
between the engine-house and pipe chamber, which have 
been in use over twenty years and showed some leakage, 
were reinforced with concrete and steel bands. New rafts 
were put in the deposit sewers. 



Recommendations. 

An independent main steam line to No. 5 pump is greatly 
needed. With only one steam line for the whole plant, 
repairs on same can only be made by shutting down the 
plant, which cannot be done for any length of time. 



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Lyons-street Station. 

This pumping station has been operating satisfactorily, 
minor repairs only having been necessary. 

Moon Island. 

All of the reservoir walls, where necessary, which included 
the greatest portion of the old part of the reservoir, have 
been repointed and are now in good condition. 

Minor repairs have been made on all the buildings to keep 
them in proper repair, one of them being reshingled. A new 
floor was laid in the gate-house at the outlet to replace the 
old one, which was destroyed by a storm. The mechanism 
of the tide-gauge was removed from the gate-house at the 
outlet to a new building that was erected for the purpose. 

The old barn at Squantum was jacked up, the floor levelled, 
new posts and sills placed under same, and a new top floor 
laid, as the conditions were unsafe. 

The fence on both sides of the roadway embankment, on 
line of taking at Squantum, and around the connection 
chamber, were renewed and new gates were set up at the 
entrance to the property. 

A new timber floor was laid over the boat chamber. Two 
heavy ladders were built and set up on each side of the 
wharf. Three of the upper sewer gates were removed, 
repaired and replaced, including the necessary bulkheads in 
the sewer and openings. The old iron gate frame bolts were 
removed and replaced by new ones of composition, and all 
wearing parts of the gates and frames were faced with com- 
position, together with new cross-heads and screws for each 
gate. Three of the lower gates were repaired, the chief 
items of which were new composition cross-heads, lifting and 
adjusting screws. 

The roadway on the embankment from the reservoir to the 
connection chamber at Squantum has been resurfaced with 
3 inches of binding gravel, and is in good condition. 

Recommendations. 

Repairs on the turbine are needed and the recommendations 
made in the last report should be carried out, namely, the 
installation of gasolene engine as an auxiliary to the turbine 
in place of the old steam engine. 

The water end of the force pump is badly corroded and 
should be renewed. The piping in the engine-room leaks in 
several places and should be renewed ; also the piping on the 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 95 

reservoir bottom, which is in very bad condition. The 
hydrants on this pipe are in good order. The brick ventila- 
tors on the discharge sewers should be relaid from the arch 
up. The stonework at the outlet and portions of the sea- 
wall need repointing. Considerable pointing of the brick- 
work on the long gate-house and at the connection chamber 
is needed, while the building at the outlet is in such condition 
that the walls need laying up over again. 

The improvement of conditions following the discharge of 
sewage at Moon Island should receive the attention of the 
department, and I suggest two methods towards this end 
which I think it would be well to consider. 

Complaints are numerous during the summer season from 
people using pleasure boats anywhere in the vicinity of the 
course of the flow of the discharged sewage. The presence 
of the sewage is apparent to the eye and the knowledge of 
its being there magnifies the odor of it, and, coupled with 
the fact that it blackens the paint of the boats that sail 
through it, makes a condition of things that favor comments 
and complaints. 

Attention has been called to this matter before, in a way, 
as you will see from an extract which I subjoin from a com- 
munication on several subjects sent to the Deputy Superin- 
tendent in 1902, soon after his assumption of office: 

" When the new pump is installed it will often happen 
that the reservoir will be filled before time of discharging. 
At the time these works were designed it was thought that 
the time might come when the reservoir extensions would 
cover the whole island. At the time I was constructing the 
present extension I looked over somewhat the matter of still 
further extension. While I did not go into the matter very 
deeply I came to the conclusion that some method other than 
building more reservoirs would be more economical, and I 
mentioned to the Superintendent at that time that I thought 
a scheme of extending the present outlet about 1,000 feet 
into the harbor and discharging all surplus, above the present 
reservoir capacity, at as great a depth below the surface as 
possible, should be thoroughly worked up. This or some- 
thing else pointing to the same end should be taken in hand 
or the time may come soon when we can send more sewage 
to the outlet of the works than we can handle in a manner 
satisfactory to the Board of Health and the public." 

With the outlet extended and so arranged that the dis- 
charged could take place along the whole length of the 
extension, the whole quantity of the discharge, whenever 
made, could be mingled with the tidal current over a large 



96 City Document No. 40. 

area and at a considerable depth. This would save the 
department complaints, if not criticism. 

The other idea that it would be well to consider at the 
same time as the above, which, if feasible, would avoid any 
extension of the outlet, follows : 

At the pumping station the sewage, after passing through 
the pumps, runs through the deposit sewers, where all the 
heavy matter is deposited and then removed. If, at this 
point, chemicals were added to the sewage that would 
quickly precipitate the organic matter, and allow a com- 
paratively pure effluent to flow on to the reservoir, the 
department would make a discharge above criticism. The 
only thing to consider would be, as regards expense of the 
two methods, whether the cost of this treatment would 
exceed the interest on the cost of the extension of the 
outlet, provided the precipitate had no value. I have reason 
to believe, though, that the deposit in the deposit sewer can 
be disposed of to advantage. If this precipitation can be 
accomplished it would not practically increase the present 
cost of removing the deposits. 

I would recommend that some action be taken to test the 
feasibility of the above idea as soon as convenient. 

Respectfully, 

Henry W. Sanborn, 

Executive Engineer. 



REPORT OF GEORGE W. HAMILTON. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — The following is my report on the principal 
work done in the districts under my charge during the 
year February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906, together with 
suggestions for work which it is desirable to do during the 
coming year : 

East Boston. 

During the year there have been built : 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 97 

3,077.84 linear feet of brick sewer. 



735.95 


t< 


a 


" iron pipe sewer. 


3,314.12 


«c 


i t 


" earthen pipe sewer. 


466.53 


a 


a 


' ' concrete surface sewer. 


1,609.34 


u 


u 


" pipe surface drain. 



Total, 9,203.78 linear feet. 

The most important of this work is the building of sec- 
tions 2 and 3 of the East Boston low-level sewer from Addi- 
son street to Boardman street, and section 4 in Boardman 
street, as far as Saratoga street — in all about 2,775 linear 
feet. 

Also about 700 linear feet of 24-inch brick sewer for 
Moore street intercepter, between Trumbull and Saratoga 
streets. 

The Porter-street overflow was extended between Bremen 
and Frankfort streets, a distance of about 450 feet. This 
structure was of concrete, 7 feet 6 inches by 4 feet 6 inches 
and 7 feet 6 inches by 5 feet 9 inches. The work was 
necessitated by the abolition of grade crossings in this 
vicinity, and was done by the Boston & Albany Railroad 
under the supervision of and according to plans furnished by 
the Sewer Division. 

The sewer in Bennington street, between Bremen street 
and Neptune road, and its outlet to Chelsea street, also the 
sewer in Curtis street, between Chelsea and Pope streets, 
have been rebuilt at a lower grade, on account of the aboli- 
tion of the grade crossings at these streets. This work is 
being done by order of the Grade Crossing Commission. 

Suggestions. 

The East Boston low level sewer should be connected with 
the Metropolitan sewer at the pumping station near Chelsea 
street, and section 5 finished in Saratoga street, between 
Boardman and Bennington streets. The section between 
Butler avenue and Leverett avenue, about 2,400 linear feet 
of 3-foot and 2-foot by 3-foot brick sewer, should be built, 
thus completing the East Boston low level sewer, which will 
furnish an outlet for all of the Bennington-street boulevard, 
between Saratoga street and Leverett avenue. 

There is great demand for the completion of Moore-street 
intercepter, between Saratoga street and Moore street. This 
will require about 3,800 linear feet of 24-inch and 20-inch 
sewer, which, when done, will relieve the nuisance at present 
existing on the flats at the foot of Moore street, and will 



98 City Document No. 40. 

intercept the sewage from Saratoga and Bennington streets, 
between Trumbull and Wordsworth streets, which now 
empties into the flats at Trumbull street. 

The separation of the sewerage system at Breed's Island, 
already begun, should be continued until finished, thus pre- 
venting any of the sewage from this section from emptying 
into tide-water. 

It is desirable to build about 2,650 linear feet of 12-inch 
and 15-inch intercepting sewer to take the sewage from the 
Putnam and Glendon streets outlets on northerly side of 
East Boston. These outlets at present empty on to the flats 
at Chelsea street, and cause a nuisance at low water, particu- 
larly during warm weather. 

Additional work necessitated by the abolition of grade 
crossings will be required in Saratoga street, between Chelsea 
street and Pope street, and at Sumner street and Maverick 
street, between Bremen street and Orleans street. 

Charlestown. 

During the year there have been built in this district : 

829.52 linear feet of brick sewer. 
2,321.68 " " " pipe sewer. 



Total, 3,151.20 linear feet. 

The most important of this is the rebuilding of the sewer 
in Rutherford avenue, between Tibbets Town Way and 
Middlesex street. 

Suggestions. 

The separation of the Vine street sewer system should be 
completed, and new sewers built to replace the old wood and 
brick and wooden sewers in Tibbets Town Way, Essex, 
Lyndeboro', Middlesex and Dunstable streets. 

Brighton. 

During the year there have been built: 

3,496.85 linear feet pipe sewer. 
2,191.48 " " surface drain. 
949.89 " " brick surface drain. 



Total, 6,638.22 linear feet. 

The most important of this is the 949.89 linear feet of 
2-foot 6-inch brick surface drain in Allston and Warren 



Steeet Department — Sewer Division. 99 

streets, and 693 linear feet of 12-inch pipe surface drain in 
Sutherland and Lanark roads. 

Suggestions. 

There is urgent need for the construction of the Shepard 
brook conduit from Faneuil Valley brook, near North Beacon 
•street, to Shepard street, a distance of about 5,200 feet. This 
conduit will relieve the sewers in the area draining- down 
Market street, which are badly overcrowded at every rainfall 
of any duration. Numerous complaints have been received 
regarding damages to property, caused by flooded cellars, 
particularly in the vicinity of Washington, Cambridge and 
Winship streets. This conduit will vary in size from 6 feet 
to 3 feet circular, and the estimated cost is $100,000. This 
matter has been under discussion for the past twelve years, 
and takings in private land, between Wool pond and Market 
street, were made and paid for in 1898, but work of con- 
struction has not 3^et been begun. 

It is also desirable to make a start on the construction of 
the easterly branch of Shepard brook, between Charles river 
at Western avenue and Murdock street. Profiles, over what 
is considered the most desirable route, have been made and 
estimates prepared. The total distance is about 11,000 feet, 
at approximate cost of $200,000. 

West Roxbury. 
During the year there have been built in this district : 

20,914.60 linear feet pipe sewer. 
15,353.46 " " " surface drain. 



1,579.55 


t< 


'« brick surface drain. 


501.00 


a 


" " sewer. 


517.88 


a 


" concrete surface drain 


3,489.16 


cc 


" pipe house drain. 



Total, 42,355.65 linear feet. 

The most important work done has been the completion of 
the sewerage systems in Hyde Park avenue to Ashland 
street, and in Belgrade avenue to Anawan avenue. The 
starting of the Roslindale brook conduit, between Cohasset 
and Linden streets, and the connection of the Roslindale 
main sewer in Washington street with the Metropolitan high 
level sewer. The last will do away for the present with the 
overflows into Stony Brook at Forest Hills square and the 
consequent nuisance caused by them at every rainfall. The 



100 City Document No. 40. 

Addington road sewer has been completed from Weld street 
to Maple street, and the extension of the same has been 
begun and is to be carried to Walker street. This, when 
completed, will give an outlet for the territory north of Weld 
street and west of the Brookline line. 

Suggestions. 

Sewers should be provided for the territory draining into 
Poplar street, between Canterbury and Beech streets. Numer- 
ous petitions and requests for these have been received 
during the past eight years, and also for the area bounded by 
Canterbury street, New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road and Grew avenue. The natural outlet for the greater 
part of this territory is down Dale street, Metropolitan 
avenue and Grew avenue into the Town of Hyde Park. At 
the present time this town has no sewers nearer than 1,400 
feet to the dividing line between it and Boston, and as far as 
its own needs are concerned will, probably for many yeai s to 
come, be under no necessity to build any sewers which might 
serve as outlets for Boston territory. Should some arrange- 
ment be made between the City of Boston and the Town of 
Hyde Park by which the latter would extend their sewer 
from Hyde Park avenue across the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, near Clarendon Hills Station, and up 
Dale street to the dividing line, the City of Boston could 
drain into such sewer the territory lying between Metropolitan 
avenue and Hauteville street and to a line about 1,500 feet 
north of Poplar street. This will give about 90 acres 
draining into Hyde Park from Dale street at Hyde Park line. 

The area east of Metropolitan avenue and bounded by 
Metropolitan avenue, Poplar street, Grew avenue and Hyde 
Park line contains about 20 acres and will drain down the 
valley of the brook, which lies just west of Grew avenue and 
nearly parallel with it, into Hyde Park territory. This area 
at present is occupied partly by greenhouses and gardens and 
is part marsh land, at present containing only three or four 
houses. It will probably not be developed for several years, 
and there seems no reason at present to request the Town of 
Hyde Park to build an outlet for it. If the arrangement 
with Hyde Park cannot be made, about 60 acres south of 
Poplar street and west of Grew avenue will remain without 
proper drainage, but that portion of the drainage area lying 
north of Poplar street can, by cutting through the summit in 
Poplar street near Metropolitan avenue, be drained through 
Poplar street to Canterbury street: thence through Canter- 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 101 

bury street and private land to Clifford street; through 
Clifford street and private land across New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad to Hyde Park avenue, and in Hyde 
Park avenue and Canterbury street to Metropolitan high 
level sewer. The following is an approximate estimate of 
cost for a sewerage system for this area : 

No. 1. On a basis of draining the territory along natural 
lines, with the larger part having outlet in Hyde Park ; and, 
No. 2, by omitting the area south of Poplar street and forcing 
the divide near Metropolitan avenue, thus draining into the 
Metropolitan sewer at Canterbury street, we have : 

No. la. With outlet down Dale street to Hyde Park 
line : sewers in Beech street, James street, Cornell street, 
Poplar street, between Beech street and Summit ; Metropolitan 
avenue, between Burley street and Summit; Burley street 
and Dale street from Poplar street to Hyde Park line : 

8,500 lin. ft. 12-inch pipe sewer; average cost, $4.50 = $38,250.00 

No. lb. Having outlet in Hyde Park avenue and Canter- 
bury street to Metropolitan high level sewer : Poplar street, 
between Summit and Canterbury streets ; Canterbury street, 
between Poplar and Perkins streets ; private land from Can- 
terbury street to Clifford street ; Clifford street, private land 
from Clifford street to Hyde Park avenue, near Richards 
avenue ; Hyde Park avenue, between Richards avenue and 
Canterbury street, and Canterbury street to Metropolitan 
high level sewer : 

4,685 lin. ft. 12-inch and 15-inch pipe sewer; average cost, $4.50= $21,082.50 

Total for entire area = 59,332.50 

No. 2. Omitting the area south of Poplar street and 
cutting through the divide near Metropolitan avenue, we 
have : 

Sewers in Beech street, James street, Cornell street, Poplar 
street, between Beech and Canterbury streets ; Canterbury 
street, between Poplar and Perkins, private land, from 
Canterbury street to Clifford street ; Clifford street, private 
land, from Clifford street to Hyde Park avenue, near 
Richards avenue ; Hyde Park avenue, between Richards 
avenue and Canterbury street, and Canterbury street to 
Metropolitan high level sewer: 

9,885 lin. ft. 12-inch and 15-inch pipe sewer ; average cost, $4.75=$4(5,953.75 

This gives an estimated cost of about $2,500 more to 
drain the territory west of Metropolitan avenue and north of 



102 City Document No. 40. 

Poplar street into the high level sewer at foot of Canterbury 
street than it would to drain it along natural lines into Hyde 
Park, supposing the outlets were built up to the Hyde Park 
line. 

The sum total of Schemes la and lb = $59,332 50 
while Scheme No. 2=- 46,953 75 



a difference of $12,378 75 

This is because the sewerage of Metropolitan avenue, 
south of Poplar street, Buiiey street and Dale street is left 
out of Scheme No. 2. 

There is urgent need for the improvement of Roslindale 
branch of Stony brook, from Linden street to Centre street, 
in order to afford relief to Roslindale main sewer, which is 
overcrowded at every heavy rain, and also to afford relief 
from the flooding caused by surface water in time of storm. 
The estimated cost for this work for the entire distance is 
one hundred thousand (100,000) dollars. 

A temporary improvement between Linden street and 
Belgrade avenue is imperative in order to provide an outlet 
for the surface drains in Belgrade avenue, between Dudley 
avenue and Anawan avenue. This temporary improvement 
would consist of a walled channel along the line of what 
will eventually be the permanent location, and with perma- 
nent culverts under all existing streets. The estimated cost 
for this is about twenty -five thousand (25,000) dollars. 

Many complaints are received each year regarding condi- 
tions along Florence-street brook, between West Roxbury 
playground and Poplar street. The sewers of this section 
have been in great part designed on the separate system, and 
there is no proper outlet for surface water. The brook 
itself, or what remains of it, stands in stagnant pools in dry 
weather, and is a source of annoyance to residents in the 
vicinity. 

At the upper end, at Poplar street, the brook flows oh to 
the streets, and running down the gutter is carried into the 
sewer. In time of storm the sewer is overcrowded and the 
water overflows the street, runs into yards, and becomes a 
nuisance to the entire neighborhood. 

Taking plans have been prepared for this, but takings have 
only been made for the lower part, between Florence street 
and Ridge street. The entire length to be built is 4,000 
feet of 5 feet 9 inches, 5 feet, 4 feet 6 inches, 4 feet and 
3 feet 6 inches conduit. The estimated cost is sixty thousand 
(60,000) dollars. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 103 

The lower 800 feet, lying in an accepted street, and in a 
taking already made, can be started at any time. 

The area bounded by Cass, Centre, Baker and Spring- 
streets is in a wretched condition from a sanitary standpoint, 
and several requests have been made for a sewer to relieve 
this territory. The natural outlet for such sewer is down 
the valley of Spring-street brook to the Metropolitan sewer, 
a distance of about 3,200 feet, at a probable cost of twenty- 
three- thousand (23,000) dollars. 

This outlet will lie in land at present totally undeveloped, 
but if built would afford an outlet for sewers which at present 
would receive the drainage of some 40 houses. 

A sewer is also desired in Spring street, between Metro- 
politan sewer and Baker street, a distance of about 2,400 
feet. This street and streets leading from it at present 
contain about 35 houses. 

It will be necessary in the near future to make a radical 
change in the existing sewerage system of the area bounded 
by Chestnut street, Boylston street, Centre street, and divide 
line about 400 feet west of Spring Park avenue. The 
sewers of this territory are on the combined system, and are 
utterly inadequate to carry away the storm water brought to 
them in time of heavy rain, without first flooding numerous 
cellars. Back water traps placed on the house drains serve 
to some extent to remedy this trouble, but they require con- 
stant watching and are a source of considerable care and 
trouble. When these sewers were built they were of suffi- 
cient size to meet all requirements, but with the development 
of the drainage area a change to the separate system becomes 
necessary. There are two ways in which this may be done : 
Either build a system of surface drains in the streets having 
the present sewers to carry only house sewage, or retain the 
present sewers, when practicable, to carry the storm water 
and lay a new system of pipe sewers, when necessary, to 
carry only house sewage. The latter course will probably 
be far the cheaper and much more satisfactory. In this case 
it would be necessary to disconnect all roof water leaders 
from the house drains and connect them with the surface 
drains. It is also desirable to separate the systems draining 
into Boylston street, between Stony brook and Washington 
street, and in Brookside avenue between Boylston street and 
Green street. 

In May, 1905, the Roslindale main sewer in Washington 
street was connected with the Metropolitan high level sewer 
by special permission from the Metropolitan Water and Sewer- 
age Board, and with the understanding that within five years 



104 City Document No. 40. 

or less the sewers now connected with it. would be changed 
to separate systems sewers and those to be built after the 
connection was made should be on the same basis. Part of 
this agreement would be carried out by building the Roslin- 
dale brook conduit, as above mentioned, with surface drains in 
the various streets. The remainder of the area to be considered 
lies north and east of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad and south of Centre street. The surface water 
from this will flow into the Arundel-street brook. This should 
have a covered channel from Birch street to culvert under 
Belgrade avenue and from covered channel at Roberts street 
to and across South street, Farquhar street and Hewlett 
street, a distance of about 1,600 feet at an estimated cost of 
about $20,000. 

The area bounded by Williams street, Forest Hills street, 
Lotus street, and Plainfield street lies considerably below the 
surface of these streets, and is now being rapidly filled in. 
Two watercourses flow down from Franklin Park through 
this land, and are taken into a conduit built part way up 
Williams street. This conduit should be completed up 
Williams street to Forest Hills street to intercept the east- 
erly branch where it crosses that street, and another built up 
Keyes street to take the westerly brook at the crossing of 
Keyes street. At the present time the natural channels are 
being encroached upon by the filling, and in time of storm 
the brooks overflow their banks and flood the cellars in the 
vicinity. 

Yours respectfully, 

George W. Hamilton, 

District Engineer. 



REPORT OF EDWARD F. MURPHY. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — The following is a statement of the lengths 
of sewer and surface drains built in South Dorchester from 
February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906, with a list of the 
most important work done, general comments and recom- 
mendations for future work : 

During the year there have been built in this district 
4,753.53 linear feet of pipe sewer, 1,726 linear feet of brick 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 105 

sewer, 32,617.89 linear feet of pipe surface drain, and 
1,299.50 linear feet of brick surface drain, making a total of 
40,396.92 linear feet, or 7.65 miles. 

Attached to this report you will find a list of streets, with 
length and sizes of sewers and surface drains constructed in 
the district. 

The most important work started during the past year was 
the building of 1,675 linear feet of 4-foot 3-inch brick sewer 
on the Talbot-avenue high level sewer, between Morton and 
Don streets, and the construction of 980.50 linear feet of 
10-foot by 8-foot 6-inch brick conduit for the improvement of 
Canterbury branch of Stony brook, between Harvard and 
Don streets. These two channels from Harvard street to 
Don street were carried in the same trench and was neces- 
sarily a very expensive job on account of the large amount 
of ledge encountered. 

We have also advertised the remaining section on the 
Talbot-avenue sewer, between Don street and Lyons-street 
pumping station. This will be a tunnel section through 
private land, and at this date we can state that all work on 
the Talbot-avenue high level sewer as far as the pumping 
station is under construction or advertised to be constructed 
during the coming year. This improvement will do away 
with the Lyons-street pumping station and take out the 
sewage from about 450 acres from the Talbot-avenue sewer, 
which has been a source of many complaints and suits against 
the city. 

On the Dorchester high level sewer the connection with 
the Metropolitan high level sewer at the Hyde Park line was 
made, which will allow drainage for houses on River street, 
between Mattapan square and the Hyde Park line, as we had 
already built a 4-foot 9-inch circular brick sewer between 
these points without an outlet. 

On account of the question of routes between Fremont 
street (the end of the present work) and Board of Survey 
street No. 516, this section was omitted, and from the above 
street No. 516 to Groveland street, a distance of about 2,000 
feet, a section was advertised and let, but as yet no start has 
been made on the same. 

A start on the improvement of Tenean creek, between Mill 
and Park streets, was made, and 122 linear feet of 14-foot 
by 12-foot brick conduit was built to date. This work 
has been repeatedly called for by petitions and delegations 
from the property owners in this vicinity, and will abate a 
long standing nuisance. 

The building of house sewers in Ashmont and Adams 



106 City Document No. 40. 

streets, between Elm place and Wrentham street, the houses 
on which formerly drained into the South branch of Tenean 
creek, thereby removing a part of the pollution to the main 
channel, is also worthy of mention. 

On Freeport street, between the Dorchester intercepting 
sewer and Neponset avenue, the house sewer was built, which 
will afford drainage for twelve houses that formerly drained 
on to the marsh in the rear and caused many complaints from 
the Board of Health. 

Sewers were built in Bout well, Groveland, Harvard, 
Hollingsworth, Richmond, River and Walk Hill streets, all 
of this work having been repeatedly called for by petition. 

As provided for by the Separate Systems Act, many streets 
in which sewers were overcrowded by reason of catch-basins 
being connected with the same, received our attention, and 
about 33,000 linear feet of pipe surface drains were built. 

The extension of the surface drain in Sturbridge and 
Sanford streets was also made. This improvement will 
do away with the many flooclings of cellars we have had in 
this district in the past. 

The contract for the building of the sewer in Norwood 
street was advertised and let, but no start has been made on 
the same. This sewer has been petitioned for many times 
and is a much needed public improvement. 

On River street, between Mattapan square and the Hyde 
Park line, a complete system of catch-basins, surface drains 
and catch-basin drains was built, which will allow the street 
to be put in good condition for public travel. 

Suggestions. 

The most important work contemplated in South Dor- 
chester for the coming year is the extension of the Dorchester 
high level sewer from the end of the present work contracted 
for to Meeting House Hill. The choice of lines for this 
extension is one of great variation and should receive our 
earliest attention, especially the portion between the end of 
completed work at Fremont street and the portion now under 
contract. This is a question of raising the present grade of 
River street, or extensive rock cutting through private land 
to the north. 

On the Talbot-avenue high level sewer the extension from 
the Lyons-street pumping station to Talbot avenue is worthy 
of consideration, as this will provide an outlet for rebuilding 
the Talbot-avenue sewer at a lower and more satisfactory 
grade. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 107 

The Oakland Brook channel, on which we have spent so 
much money on the upper end, should be extended from the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad to the existing 
covered channel, and from River street to the Neponset river. 
As it is to-day we have a large conduit without a suitable 
outlet. 

On the Davenport brook, between Adams and Van 
Winkle streets, the old channel is in a very unsatisfactory 
condition, and as we have had petitions and complaints, and 
are also threatened with suits on account of the floodings, I 
think it advisable to give this matter our earliest attention. 

The pollution of Tenean creek in Christopher street, by 
reason of houses on this street draining into the storm water 
conduit, and the sewage being carried to the tidal creek 
below, thereby causing a nuisance, should be attended to 
this coming year. 

Respectfully, 

Edward F. Murphy, 

District Engineer. 



REPOKT OF THOMAS F. BOWES. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — There have been built in this district during 
the past year : 

North Dorchester. 

3,025.50 linear feet pipe house sewer. 
14,476.63 " " " surface drain. 



Total, 17,502.13 linear feet = 3.31 miles. 

The principal items of construction are : Dorchester brook 
sewer in Rockford street, Brook avenue and Brook-avenue 
place. This very important work, which consists of the 
entire rebuilding of the main Dorchester brook sewer on the 
separate system, has just been started, a contract having 
been let for about 1,200 linear feet of this sewer. This has 
been petitioned for for many years by residents in the vicinity 



108 City Document No. 40. 

of the Hugh O'Brien School, and will not only give better 
drainage and relieve the flooding of cellars, so common here, 
but will provide an adequate outlet for the upper regions on 
this line, which are badly in need of some relief. 

Pipe house sewers have been built in Church street, Ham- 
ilton street, between Coleman street and Bowdoin street, 
Prescott place and in private land between Columbia road 
and Moseley street. 

Private parties have built from city plans, and under city 
supervision, sewers in Cameron street, Doris-street extension, 
Gardner avenue, Glynn street, Kingsdale street and Norton 
street. 

A large number of pipe surface drains have been built in 
the high level area, especially in those streets where small 
pipe sewers carry the combined sewage and storm water flow. 
Much of this work has been done in districts where the small 
lateral sewers were overcrowded in time of storm and where 
ultimately it will be necessary to effect the entire separation 
of storm water from the sanitary sewers. 

The Harvard street district has been completed on these 
lines already, with the result that flooded cellars, formerly so 
common here, are now entirely free from this trouble, and 
nearly all the storm water from an area of 150 acres is 
carried to the storm water drain in Franklin Field instead of 
being carried by the common sewers to Calf Pasture Pumping 
Station. 

Recommendations. 

FreeporLstreet brook. — A portion of this brook course, 
between High street and Bowdoin street, is the only piece of 
uncovered channel between the source at the junction of 
Hancock street and Columbia road and the outlet on the tidal 
marsh below Dorchester avenue at Freeport street. The 
conduit should be constructed as soon as possible, not only 
to provide an adequate outlet for the proposed drain in Bow- 
doin street, but to get the full benefit of large storm drains 
built on this line above this point. 

Bowdoin street. — This work involves the building of a 
storm drain heretofore called the Coleman-street branch of 
the Freeport-street brook, from the main line just mentioned, 
through Bowdoin street, Draper court, private land, Hendry 
street and Coleman street to Quincy street. This has been 
recommended for several years past, and as conditions have 
fast been growing worse, owing to extensive building in this 
territory, it is absolutely necessary that this line of sewer be 
rebuilt in the near future. 



Strbet Department — Sewer Division. 109 

Tenean creek, between Westville street and Speedivell street. — - 
This old watercourse takes the surface drainage from an 
extensive, well built up territory, and is the source of very 
great nuisance. No single piece of work in Dorchester 
demands the attention of the department more than this, 
but considering that most of the line passes through private 
property releases are difficult to obtain, consequently the 
expense is great. 

Dorchester-brook seiver. — As mentioned before, start has 
been made in the work of rebuilding this line of sewer. The 
territory from which the greatest number of complaints come, 
however, is near the junction of Lawrence avenue and Blue 
Hill avenue, but as this is so far above the point at which 
present construction is in progress, no sign of relief can be 
afforded property owners on Intervale street, Otisfield street, 
Gannett street, Holborn street, Lawrence avenue, and other 
streets, unless a large section of this sewer is built every 
year until Lawrence avenue is reached. The growth of this 
section of Dorchester has been very great during the past 
ten years, and the old main trunk sewer has become entirely 
too small to handle the storm flow. 

Dorchester high level seiver. — This sewer which is now 
in progress in South Dorchester will eventually be carried 
into this district, but not until the lower sections have been 
built, which will give time for study of the most available 
route. 

Oakland Garden fork of Canterbury branch of Stony 
brook. — This brook course has its source at the junction of 
Blue Hill avenue and Seaver street, and has been built as a 
covered channel of various sizes through Seaver street, 
Columbia road, Hewins street, across private land, Erie 
street, Elmo street, Fowler street and Greenwood street, to 
a point near Harvard street. The remaining portion in Har- 
vard street, Standish street, West Park street, and Bernard 
street to Franklin Field should be constructed in the near 
future. This channel will then take the proposed drain in 
Kilton street, also Faxon street, between Kilton street and 
Washington street, and give adequate relief to the low-lying 
district between Mt. Bowdoin and Harvard-street railroad 
station. 

Dudley-street Railroad Crossing. — The proposed abolition 
of this grade crossing makes necessary the study of a plan 
for rearranging the system at this point. As it is proposed 
by the department to eventually introduce the separate sys- 
tem into this district, a brick surface drain, together with 
pipe-house sewer, will be necessary in Dudley street, from 



110 City Document No. 40. 

Humphrey street to Magnolia street. The foundation for 
the piers of the new overhead bridge will cut off the present 
sewer, so that some other arrangement will be necessary to 
carry on this work in connection with the work on the piers. 

Shamrock-street outlet. — This outlet will have to be ex- 
tended from its present terminus on the land of Neil McNeil 
to the open culvert under the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, owing to the land on both sides of the 
channel being filled in. This has been called for in previous 
reports, and undoubtedly something would have been done 
the past year but for the fact that a land taking is necessary, 
and the owners have no definite plan for the laying out of 
this property. 

House sewers should be constructed in Kimball street, 
Dorchester avenue, between Kimball street and Linden 
street, Edison green, both sides, between Dorchester avenue 
and Pond street, Baker court, Vaughan street, Clayton street, 
connection with interceptor at Greenwich place, Payson 
avenue, Olney street, DeWolf street. 

Surface drains should be constructed in Longfellow street, 
Topliff street, Speedwell street, Leonard street, Granger 
street, Dickens street, Greenwich street, Fenton street, 
Homes avenue, Franklin Park brook, between Harvard 
street and Blue Hill avenue, and Marlowe street. 

South Roxbury. 
There have been built in this district during the past year : 

4,252.29 linear feet pipe sewer. 
681.76 " " brick surface drain . 
16,318.24 " " pipe surface drain. 



Total, 21,252.29 linear feet = 4.03 miles. 

The principal items of construction are : 

MaywoodC s brook conduit in Ruggles street. — The work has 
been under construction during the entire year. Progress 
has been as rapid as is commensurate with such heavy work 
and in such a locality. Borings made on this street showed 
that a soft stratum of peat underlaid the whole territory, 
and at Ruggles street and Westminster street this layer was 
27 feet thick. Buildings all along the line of this work 
showed unmistakably that much settlement had taken place, 
and great care had to be exercised to prevent any further 
movement of these buildings. It was anticipated that 
numerous claims for damages to buildings would arise from 
the construction of this sewer, and to safeguard the interests 



Street Department — Sewer Division. Ill 

of the city a careful personal examination by an expert 
builder was made of the interior and exterior of every build- 
ing on the street. Photographs and minute measurements 
were taken by the engineers of every structural defect, and 
all carefully preserved for future reference. An accurate 
set of levels was run, and marks or tell-tales placed on each 
of these buildings, and subsequent levels have been taken 
during the progress and after the completion of the work to 
note any movement of the same, but no noticeable change 
has taken place. The results of these precautions and extra 
labor has already proved of considerable value in view of 
the fact that the several claims presented by abutters have 
been entirely contradictory to the evidence in the city's 
possession. The section of our open trench shows that five 
different macadam roadways had been built here, one over 
the other, since the street was first opened for travel, and so 
great has been the settlement of the surface that the road- 
way was found 1.50 feet below the established grade. All 
the construction here has been upon the separate system — 
a 24-inch pipe sewer on the north side, an 18-inch pipe 
sewer on the south side, and a 11-foot by 7-foot 6-inch 
brick surface drain in the centre of the street. These pipe 
sewers laid at a very low elevation give adequate drainage 
for all the low cellars in the immediate district, while the 
large surface drain will ultimately carry the storm water 
from about 350 acres in Roxbury and deliver the same to 
the old Stony brook channel in Whittier street at the corner 
of Hampshire street. 

Hammond street. — This work was carried on from last 
year and completed to Shawmut avenue. Satisfactory drain- 
age has now been afforded the low cellars formerly flooded 
during every heavy rain. 

Sewers have also been built in Beech Glen street, Bower 
street, Elm Hill avenue, Hartwell street, Howland street, 
Munroe street and Sherman street. Separate systems of 
drainage have been installed in Alaska street, Aspen street, 
Bower street, Brookledge street, Cheney street, Devon street, 
Elmore street and many others. 

These small surface drains were built mostly throughout 
the high portion of the high level area in Roxbury, so that 
catch basins could immediately be taken out of the common 
sewer and at the same time provide a separate outlet or drain 
for roof water leaders. In this way all new buildings con- 
structed on any of these streets had the separate drainage 
installed at the outset in accordance with the State 
requirements. 



112 City Document No. 40. 

Most of these streets have small pipe house sewers, which 
had to carry the combined flow from the streets, roofs, sinks 
and toilets, and as a rule were not designed to take all this 
flow. 

The additional catch basins built in recent years instead of 
being taken into storm sewers had to be taken into the 
small house sewers, as there were no other drains to take 
them. Consequently the storm water falling upon the roofs, 
yards and streets was all conveyed to the main interceptors, 
and thence to the pumping station. In some portions of 
Roxbury the same is true to-day, notwithstanding the fact 
that the surface drains have been built in many small streets, 
owing to main drain not having been carried up from the 
lower territory to take all the flow separately from these 
drains and convey the same directly to tide-water. 

Wherever this separation has been effected in lateral 
streets and not in main streets, advantage has been taken 
of the fact that in many cases the present sewers in main 
streets are or will be large enough to act as surface drains 
when the separation is complete. Therefore, instead of 
building surface drains in streets where the existing sewers 
are large enough for storm drains, new pipe sanitary sewers 
will be constructed at a lower elevation. 

Recommendations. 

Old channel of Stony brook. — This channel, while plenty 
large in places, needs rebuilding badly. Attention has been 
called to its condition many times in recent years, and 
numerous cave-ins have caused a great many repairs. It may 
be found impossible to do any work upon the upper end of the 
line the coming year, as expense will be very heavy, but a 
comprehensive plan for the construction of this channel, 
together with the various complicated details to be met with 
at the various street and sewer crossings, is under way. 

Maywood's brook conduit. — This conduit is now com- 
pleted from the junction of Hampshire and Whittier streets, 
through Hampshire and Ruggies streets, nearly to Shaw- 
mut avenue. Work should be pushed forward up 
Shawmut avenue, at least to Vernon street. Here the old 
3-foot 6-inch by 5-foot 6-inch brick sewer which is now carry- 
ing all the flow from the higher portion of Roxbury is met 
with, and a large overflow can be established for the relief of 
this line. It will then be possible to skip a portion of this 
trunk sewer and pick up the reconstruction again at the 
corner of Washington and Circuit streets. The section from 
here through Circuit street, private land, Ray, Regent, Dale, 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 113 

Laurel, Ottawa and Sherman streets should be started as 
soon as possible. This work was started in Circuit street in 
April, 1904, but was stopped on account of the land takings 
necessary and the very heavy expense. If this construction 
had proceeded the abutters on Laurel, Ottawa, Sherman and 
Lansing streets would now be relieved of the great nuisance 
of flooded cellars from which they have suffered many years, 
and the small lateral surface drains all picked up, and the 
storm water system made practically complete. The serious 
drawback in the way of a complete separation lies in the 
fact that though the large storm drains be built, a large per- 
centage of storm water will for a long time reach the sanitary 
sewer from the roofs and yards. This will crowd the small 
sanitary sewers to such an extent that the overflows in the 
Stony brook will be in operation during every heavy storm, 
something which the department is strenuously trying to 
avoid. The only recourse the city has is to compel each 
property owner to connect his soil pipe with the sanitary 
sewer and the roof and jsnd water leaders into the storm 
drains as construction progresses. As this proposition may 
sound all right for theoiy, in actual practice, I think, it will 
be found well-nigh impossible to effect the separation for 
several years after the system is installed. A portion of the 
Roxbury high level sewer will have to be built in connection 
with this work, and the best route to be adopted for the same 
is still in doubt. 

Roxbury high level seiver. — Construction has yet to be 
started on this line, having been postponed for several 
reasons, the actual necessity of this sewer not being so great 
as in the case of the Talbot-avenue high level sewer and the 
Dorchester high level sewer ; these have taken preference. 
The line is also a difficult one to locate and an expensive 
one to build, while the advantages to be gained for the 
general system of drainage are slight in comparison with the 
two former sewers. This sewer must be built, however, and 
the separate system established throughout the entire area 
which it drains, if the pollution is to be removed from the 
channel at Stony brook and the pumping station relieved of 
the expense of handling such an enormous amount of storm 
water. The fact that a portion of this sewer will have to be 
built in Dale street, together with the May wood's brook con- 
duit spoken of above, complicates the problem and delays the 
construction of the latter conduit. While the Maywood's 
brook conduit is imperatively needed in Dale street, the high 
level sewer is not, but for cheapness and simplicity of con- 
struction they should be built at the same time in the same 
trench. To do this without first building 1 the outlet for the 



114 City Document No. 40. 

high level sewer, from Dale street to the corner of Boylston 
avenue and Centre street, Jamaica Plain, would, leave a 
stretch of sewer in Dale street unused until such time as the 
outlet should be built, thus inviting the criticisms of the 
general public. Meanwhile the residents along the streets 
previously mentioned must suffer from the poor system of 
drainage. 

Cabot-street intercepter. — This intercepter above Ruggles 
street has always been overcharged in time of storm, with the 
result that it has backed up through its connections with 
common sewers, and has probably contributed greatly to the 
pollution of the old Stony brook channel in Whittier street. 
The large regulator on this line at the corner of Cabot 
and Ruggles streets, which was installed when the intercepter 
was built, had a point of cut-off so low that the portion of 
the intercepter above this point carried only little sewage, 
even in dry weather. The Stony Brook valley sewer, which 
enters this intercepter at Elm wood street, brought down 
enough flow to entirely fill the intercepter, even if the latter 
were free to carry it, and not being able to escape this way, 
the flow was naturally diverted into Stony brook through 
the overflow near the Boston Belting Company. This brings 
up the question of the rebuilding of — 

The Elmwood-street overflow. — This should be rebuilt of 
a larger size to take the storm flow from the immense area 
drained by the Stony Brook valley sewer. 

Fenner- street surface drain. — This is a surface drain 
designed to connect the large surface drain in Washington 
street, near Cobden street, with the surface drain in Walnut 
avenue at Cobden street, and relieve the sewers and drains in 
the so-called Ruthven street district, together with the flooded 
cellars on Cobden street. 

Sewers should also be constructed in Westminster, War- 
wick, Sussex, Sterling, Winslow, Eustis, Chadwick, Fellows, 
Williams and Cabot streets and Willow park. 

South Boston. 
There have been built in this district during the past year : 

245.50 linear feet brick sewer. 
4,158.43 " " pipe sewer. 
1,812.71 " " brick surface drain. 

807.20 " " pipe surface drain. 



Total, 7,023.84 linear feet = 1.33 miles. 
The principal items of construction are : 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 115 

A street, between Binford street and Congress street. — 
Work has been carried on here throughout the year upon a 
new system of sewers and surface drains designed to take 
the sewage, in place of the broken down and inadequate old 
wooden sewer built here in 1879, and carry the storm water 
directly into Fort Point channel. This has been a very slow 
and expensive piece of construction, owing to the fact that 
the sewer and surface drain had to be carried along in the 
same trench on a platform with pile foundation. The heavy 
flow coming from the old sewer, which drains all the area 
between Fort Point channel and the New York, New Haven 
& Hartford Railroad, had to be taken care of, and as the 
elevation of the new house sewer is about the same as that 
of the old sewer, this was a serious handicap. In addition, 
all the old drop inlets on the easterly side of the street were 
converted into regular size catch-basins and connected with 
the surface drain. Likewise all old drains encountered, which 
were found not to carry sewage, were connected with the 
surface drain. The portion of the trench under the Summer- 
street bridge, which is 100 feet wide, had to be excavated by 
special machine. The pile driving for this section also pre- 
sented a problem, as the clear headroom under the bridge is 
but 15.60 feet, thus preventing the use of the ordinary der- 
rick with sliding hammer. Concrete piles were decided upon 
to take the place of the wooden piles, and these were con- 
structed as follows. A 10-inch iron pipe was first driven 
well into hard bottom by means of a hammer worked by hand, 
through the limited space under the bridge girders. The 
interior core of gravel, mud, oyster shells and general filling 
was then drilled by hand power and washed up with ordinary 
fire hose attached to a city hydrant. When the pipe was 
considered clear, a testing ring 9 inches in diameter, consisting 
of an iron ring, in the centre of which was a 4-inch by 6-inch 
wooden timber, and around the interior face of which were 
fastened six lugs, was dropped into the pipe, to make sure 
that the entire amount of material had been removed, to the 
bottom of the proposed pile. When the pipe was found 
clear, four f-inch twisted steel rods were placed in the pipe 
to reinforce the concrete. These rods were first tied at top 
and bottom to two 7-inch centering rings, which held the rods 
exactly in place, so that throughout their entire length 
(average 25 feet) the centre of each rod was 1 1 inches from 
the finished face of each concrete pile. 

Portland cement concrete mixed 1 to 1\ to \\ was then 
admitted to the cylinder and very tightly rammed, so that 
each of the rods was entirely surrounded by concrete. After 
the concrete had been brought up to a height of two feet, that 



116 City Document No. 40. 

portion of the iron pipe was raised, and the process continued. 
When the last batch of concrete was deposited, If -inch twisted 
steel rod, 1 foot 7 inches long, was inserted in the centre of 
the concrete pile 12 inches deep for a dowel, to fasten the 
8-inch by 8-inch pile cap above. The slight remaining space, 
if any, between the top of the pile and the bottom of the pile 
cap, also the space between the dowel and the l^-inch hole 
through the pile cap, was filled with Portland cement mortar. 
These piles were driven in bents 5 feet apart and 2 feet 
10 inches on centre. Two of these piles were driven to a low 
grade and supported a 24-inch pipe sewer, while the third 
pile was driven to a grade 3 feet higher, and together with 
blocking from the lower flooring supported a 2-feet 6 inch 
brick surface drain. Owing to the fact that this street carries 
the heaviest trucking in the city, and that there was only 
three feet of covering over the brick surface drain, a strong 
structure with heavy foundation was imperative. 

Congress street. — The portion of this street between Fort 
Point channel and the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad has been entirely remodelled. The old 1 5-inch pipe 
sewer in the centre of the street has been succeeded by two 
pipe sewers, one in each sidewalk, built at a considerably 
lower elevation. The same construction was followed here 
as in A street, that is, the roof water leaders were all 
detached from the main soil pipe wherever encountered, and 
together with catch-basins connected into the brick surface 
drain in the centre of the street. The house sewer in A street 
which takes the sewage from Congress street, Sleeper street, 
Farns worth street, Pittsburgh street, etc., is thus relieved of 
a large amount of storm water. The surface drain here enters 
into Fort Point channel at the old Congress-street draw- 
bridge, and will serve as an outlet for the streets just named 
when the latter are built upon the separate system. By the 
construction of this street the department has not only car- 
ried on the separation scheme inaugurated in A street, but 
has stopped the flooding of cellars so common in this district, 
has relieved the intercepting system and the pumping station 
of a large amount of storm water, and has generally bettered 
drainage conditions in this important warehouse district. 

Vale-street outlet, betiveen Columbia road and tide-water. — 
The 6-foot 6-inch brick conduit has been built across the 
playground at McNary Park to afford an outlet to tide-water 
for the system of combined sewers, the sewage from which 
enters the intercepter at the corner of Vale street and 
Columbia road. The structure was completed as far as the 
filling now going on here would allow, and will have to be 
extended from time to time as the filling encroaches on the line. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 117 

House sewers have been built in Champney street, between 
Columbia road and Old Colony avenue ; in Q street, between 
East Second and East Third streets ; also surface drains and 
catch-basins in Thomas Park. 

Recommendations. 

A street, between Mt. Washington avenue extension and 
Binford street. — Construction on A street, previously men- 
tioned, was started at Binford street for the reason that it 
was impossible at the time to determine whether the old 
overflow which leads into Russell's dock at this point, or a 
new route selected in Mt. Washington avenue extension, as an 
outlet for the storm water drain. Objections were raised by 
the officials of the Boston Wharf Company to the continued 
use of this dock for an outlet, and later they granted the use 
of the Mt. Washington avenue line. This much having been 
settled, the remaining portion of A street should be finished 
at once. 

Mt. Washington avenue. — This line having been decided 
upon as the route for the outlet for the storm drain in A 
street should be constructed the coming year. 

P street. — This street, between First street and Third 
street, is badly flooded at times of heavy storm and is greatly 
in need of a lower sanitary sewer. 

H street, between East Eighth street and East Sixth street. — 
This sewer should be rebuilt of a larger size and at greater 
depth to relieve the flooded cellars on Seventh street and 
Sixth street. 

E street, between Seventh street and Ninth street. — This 
is a very low territory and one difficult to provide with 
satisfactory drainage. Many of the cellars are below the 
legal grade (grade 12), and the surface at the corner of 
E street and Eighth street is at elevation 14.50. Having 
for outlets the D-street sewer and the West Seventh-street 
sewer, which are both overtaxed in time of storm, it seems 
likely that a new route will have to be selected to the Dor- 
chester-avenue intercepter. 

Many of the sewers in South Boston are very old and the 
problem of satisfactory maintenance is a difficult one. Much 
of the trouble arises from the deposits of sludge, both in the 
common sewers and in the intercepter. A sufficient force of 
men should be established here to adequately care for the 
entire system. 

Respectfully, 

Thomas F. Bowes, 

District Engineer. 



118 City Document No. 40. 



REPORT OF A. L. KIDD. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — There have been built in this district during 
the past year : 

City Proper. 

334.85 linear feet wood sewer. 
1,404.00 " " concrete and brick sewer. 
5,985.36 " " pipe sewer. 

638.77 " " " surface drain. 



Total, 8,362.98 linear feet = 1.58 miles. 

The principal sewerage works completed in the district 
are as follows : 

Fulton street, between Cross street and Ferry street. 

Chatham street, at Commercial street. 

Charter street, between Phipps place and Marshall place. 
High street, between Oliver street and Hartford street. 
Pinckney street, overflow at Brimmer street. 

Union Park street, overflow. 

Sewers have been built by the Transit Commission in 
Washington street, between Hollis and State streets. 

Recommendations. 

The sewer in Congress street is in a dangerous condition ; 
it should be rebuilt immediately. If it should fall so as to 
dam the sewer, cellars would be flooded, and if a storm 
should occur at the same time, the district flooded would 
include many business houses ; the damage to goods and 
property would be very heavy. 

North G-rove street. — This sewer is built of wood and is 
so rotten that it has caved in several times, causing dangerous 
holes in the street. When holes have occurred the sewer 
has been patched. The condition of the sewer is such that 
it must be rebuilt. I would therefore recommend that it be 
done before some serious accident occurs. 

The Canal-street relief sewer in Commercial street, where 
it crosses State street, was settled by the construction of the 
East Boston tunnel. On account of the condition of the 
sewer, we have been unable to determine how much it has 
settled. It is desirable that the grade be restored. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 119 

The old wooden sewers in Milk street, Broad street and 
India street have open joints and cause trouble by leaking 
into cellars. Although these sewers are not rotted enough 
to be in danger of falling in for some time, they are gradu- 
ally rotting away, which makes it desirable to build tight 
brick sewers of modern construction. 

Beach-street sewer is in poor condition It has been 
patched and may last for some time, but like most of the old 
wooden sewers it is rotting more each year, which will make 
it necessary to rebuild it in the near future. 

Fellows street. — On account of the nature of the ground, 
this sewer has settled. It has gone down below the grade of 
the outlet at Albany street. I would recommend that a 
sewer be built on piles in Northampton street, between 
Harrison avenue and Fellows street, and Fellows street be 
rebuilt as far as Orange court. The sewer in Fellows street 
above Orange court does not require rebuilding. 

East Lenox street. — This sewer has caused the department 
a great deal of trouble. It is badly settled, and is frequently 
found to be broken. It being impossible to clean it in its 
present condition, I would recommend that it be rebuilt 
immediately. 

Oxford street. — This sewer has been broken and patched 
many times. It is in such poor condition that it is broken 
in the patched places, the sides not proving solid enough to 
hold up the new roof. It is necessary that this sewer be 
rebuilt at the earliest opportunity. 

North Market street. — This sewer is in poor condition. 
It is leaky, and is probably the cause of water in cellars 
which has to be pumped so frequently. It should be rebuilt. 

East side intercepting sewer, mentioned in last year's 
report, is in about the same condition. It is impossible to 
make a house connection with sewers that are drained by 
this sewer on account of the depth of water or sewage in 
them. 

There are several miles of wooden sewers in the city 
proper district in different states of preservation. Many of 
them have open joints, which allow water to escape from 
them, which may find its way into adjoining cellars. Where 
water in a cellar has been traced to a leaky sewer, or where 
one has broken down, it has been rebuilt. As these sewers 
are getting older and consequently more rotten, it will not 
be far in the future when they will all have to be rebuilt. 
This depends largely how wet they are kept by the ground 
water outside or the sewage inside. Many that are connected 
or have their outlet into the east side intercepting sewer are 
kept full of water. This preserves them, but when the east 



120 City Document No. 40. 

side intercepting sewer is rebuilt and water lowered to its 
proper level many of these sewers will begin to go very fast. 

North Roxbuey. 

There have been built in this district during the past 
year : 

1,793.11 linear feet pipe sewer. 
19,815.^2 " " pipe surface drain. 
1,139.70 " " 6-inch and 8-inch house drain. 



Total, 22,748.03 linear feet = 4.31 miles. 

The principal sewerage works completed in this district 
are as follows : 

Sewers. 

Newbury street, between Massachusetts avenue and 270 feet 
westerly. 

House of the Good Shepherd. 

Harleston street, between Calumet street and Parker Hill 
avenue. 

Surface Drains. 
Beacon street, between St. Mary's street and Mountville street. 
House of the Good Shepherd. 

Hemenway street, between Bryant street and Westland avenue. 
Huntington avenue, between Tremont street and Wait street. 
Bickerstaff street, between Haviland street and Astor street, 
and many others. 

Recommendations. 

The sewer in private street and Worthington street should 
be built to furnish a drain for the normal school on Wor- 
thington street, which is about to be constructed. 

Surface drains, mentioned in last year's report, should be 
built in Jersey street, Queensberry street, Huntington avenue, 
Vila-street district, Fenway lands, Westland entrance, and 
on the west side of Parker Hill. 

Muddy river conduit, mentioned in previous reports, has 
not been rebuilt. 

The old channel of Stony brook, mentioned in previous 
reports, is still in the same condition. This should be 
rebuilt, as it is unsafe to travel over, and also because of its 
unsanitary condition. 

Respectfully, 

A. L. Kidd, 

District Engineer. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 121 
REPORT OF WILLIAM F. MAHONEY. 



Mr. E. S. Dorr, 

Chief Engineer : 

Dear Sir, — The following is an account of the work 
performed on Stony brook during the year ending January 
31, 1906: 

The entire work of building the conduits has been finished. 
The remainder of the work completed is the superstructure, 
the conduit connections, the installing of the gates and the 
setting up of electrical machinery on Gate House No. 1 ; the 
forebay, tailbay, sub-structure, superstructure, gates and 
machinery on Gate House No. 2. 

The construction of Gate House No. 2 presented some 
very complicated features, not generally met with in ordinary 
construction. To facilitate this work it was necessary to 
build a coffer-dam of 6-inch tongued and grooved sheeting, 
which broke twice owing to heavy rain storms and high tides 
occurring simultaneously. This was overcome by building a 
second dam outside and puddling between. A siphon was also 
built beneath the 12 feet by 12 feet structure to grade 12.00, 
in which peat and quicksand were encountered, and the gases 
emanating from the peat overcame the workmen to such an 
extent that they were obliged to work in two-hour shifts. 
The drainage at this point likewise presented many difficul- 
ties, as did also the excavation of silt which had been accu- 
mulating for years. 

The work of extending the covered channels should be 
continued from Green street to Forest Hills to alleviate the 
damage caused by the heavy floods which generally occur 
every winter. Surveys and plans have been completed as far 
as Forest Hills, and surveys for the extension of the brook 
to the Hyde Park line are being made. 

The old channel from the gate house to Elmwood street 
should be rebuilt immediately. That portion especially 
which lies between Tremont street and Vernon street is in 
such a dilapidated condition that it is a constant menace to 
life and health. In places the covering over the channel 
consists of rotten timbers and broken slabs and has to be 
repaired frequently. The entire channel needs rebuilding, 
and surveys and plans for this work have already been 
completed. 

The work completed for this year is : 



122 City Document No. 40. 

Superstructure and machinery Gate House No. 1. 

The entire structure of Gate House No. 2. 

97 linear feet 12-foot by 12-foot reinforced concrete 
conduit. 

97 linear feet 10-foot by 7-foot 6-inch reinforced concrete 
conduit. 

24.86 linear feet 7-foot reinforced concrete conduit; 3 
manholes ; 225 linear feet 10-inch pipe under-drain. 

Yours respectfully, 

William F. Mahoney, 

Resident Engineer Stony Brook Improvement. 



REPORT OF CHARLES L. WEEKS. 



Mr. E. S. Doer, 

Chief Engineer. 

Dear Sir, — The portion of the Fens pond between 
Agassiz road and the gate house was dredged in 1904. A 
detailed description of this work is contained in last year's 
report. Dredging commenced in September and continued 
until ice in the Charles river and ponds caused a shutdown 
in January, 1905. The material dredged from the ponds 
was pumped to a crib in the Charles river and there 
redredged into scows and towed to sea. The dredging in 
1905 was commenced June 1, and ended January 28, 1906, 
being in that portion of the ponds from gate houses towards 
Brookline avenue; and, also, the portion dredged in 1904 
was redredged on account of deposits from Stony brook 
channels flowing into the basin, where formerly the mud in 
the basin was at such a height that it acted as a dam to the 
Stony brook channels, and the deposits remained in those 
channels. 

The quantity of the material dredged in the Fens ponds 
varies from Mr. Freeman's estimate contained in the Charles 
River Dam Report. The total amount dredged in the Fens 
ponds in 1904 was 63,500 cubic yards, of which 13,000 cubic 
yards came down from Stony brook since Mr. Freeman's 
estimate and during the time of dredging. In 1905, 41,000 
cubic yards was dredged, of which 26,000 cubic yards was 
from Stony brook. Below Agassiz road remains 26,000 
cubic yards, and in that part of the ponds, filled at the request 
of the Park Department, there was 15,000 cubic yards before 
filling was begun. This makes a total of 145,000 cubic yards 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 123 

of material, of which 104,000 cubic yards has been removed, 
or the whole of the material above Agassiz road except that 
portion which the Park people have filled for playground. 

After being tied up by the ice, dredging could have been 
resumed by the 1st of March, 1905, but was delayed on 
account of discussions between Mayor Collins, the Park 
Department, City Engineer Jackson and the Sewer Division, 
relative to the disposal of the remaining sludge in the Fens 
ponds above Agassiz road. 

The Park Department wished to have this material pumped 
to be discharged into a basin in the upper end of the ponds, 
which they contemplated filling for a playground. Mayor 
Collins approved the position of the Park Department in 
this respect, inasmuch as a saving could be made by discon- 
tinuing pumping to the crib in the Charles river and thereby 
saving rentals on the dredge, scows and tow-boats in the 
Charles river. 

Against this proposition the Sewer Division protested, and 
their contention that a nuisance would be created by 
pumping the filthy sludge into another part of the ponds 
was justified by complaints regarding the odors that came 
from the partially filled hole, not only during pumping, but 
at all times afterwards. This discussion dragged along, and 
it was not until June 1 that dredging was resumed, the Park 
Department having gained their point. The pipe line was 
changed from the river and sludge was pumped as filling for 
the proposed playground. Pumping continued in this place 
until August 26, when 23,000 cubic yards of material had 
been deposited. 

Complaints regarding odors were frequent, and on August 
26, at the request of the Park Department, discharging into 
this sink-hole was stopped ; the pipe line was changed over, 
so that discharge would go into the crib in the Charles river. 

In the meantime the Superintendent of Streets on June 
15 ordered the contractor to remove his dredge, scows and 
tow-boats from the work, so when pumping was resumed on 
September 15 the material pumped was discharged into the 
crib and then flowed into the Charles river. 

Pumping was continued until January 27, 1906, and 22,000 
cubic yards had been dredged and discharged into the river. 

The portion above Agassiz road is clean, and small fish 
are seen in the water where formerly nothing but bacteria 
reigned supreme. 

Respectfully yours, 

Charles L. Weeks, 

Engineering Inspector. 



124 



City Document No. 40. 



Summary of Sewer Construction for the Twelve Months ending 
January 31, 1906. 



District. 



Built by the 

City either by 

Contract or 

Day Labor. 



Built by 
Private 
Parties. 



Total Length 
Built. 



City Proper... 
East Boston... 
Charlestown. . 
South Boston.. 

Roxbury 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester — 
Brighton 

Totals 



linear feet. 
2,065.98 
8,018.28 
3,151.20 
7,023.84 
43,010.30 
37,088.63 
55,954.10 
4,403.54 



160,715.87 



linear feet. 
6,297.00 
1,185.50 



990.02 
5,267.02 
1,944.95 
2,234.68 



17,919.17 



linear feet. 

8,362.98 

9,203.78 

3,151.20 

7,023.84 

44,000.32 

42,355.65 

57,899 05 

6,638.22 



178,635.04 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
February 1, 1906. 





1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Built by the city by con- 
tract or day labor 

Built by private parties. . . 


lin.feet. 
122,092.52 
14,004.67 


lin.feet. 

120,871.32 

9,922.02 


Un. feet. 

216,667.57 

9,906.96 


Un. feet. 

157,077.28 

6,758.47 


Un. feet. 

160,715.87 

17,919.17 


Totals 


136,097.19 


130,793.34 


226,574.53 


163,835.75 


178,635.04 







Amount of Refuse Removed from Filth Hoist for the Year ending 
January 31, 1906. 

1905. lbs. 

February 49,500 

March 75,750 

April 50,625 

May 102,000 

June 55,125 

July 47,625 

August 86,250 

September 90,000 

October 85,875 

November 93,000 

December 131,250 

1906. 
January 144,375 

1,011,375 = 451 tons, 1,135 lbs. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 



125 



Schedule of Sewers Built to Date in the City of Boston, 
February 1, 1906. 



District. 



Total Length 

Built During 

Twelve 

Months Ending 

Januarv 31, 

1906. 



Length Rebuilt 
and Abandoned 
During Twelve 
Months Ending 
January 31, 
1906. 



Additional Length 

for the Twelve 

Months Ending 

January 31, 1906. 



City Proper 

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

Roxbury 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester . . . 
Brighton 



linear feet. 

8,543.98 

9,203.78 

3,151.20 

7,023.84 

44,000.32 

42,355.65 

57,899.05 

6,638.22 



linear feet. 
6,874.74 
1,247.53 
885.52 
2,422.91 
1,553.96 



111.00 



linear feet. 
1,669.24 
7,956.25 
2,265.68 
4,600.93 
42,446.36 
42,355.65 
57,788.05 
6,638.22 



Miles. 
0.32 
1.51 
0.43 
0.87 
8.04 
8.02 
10.94 
1.26 



Totals. 



178,816.04 



13,095.66 



165,720.38 



Length built previous to January 31, 1906 

Total 

Length of intercepting sewers 

Total 

Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works. 



31.39 
645.04 



676.43 
24.12 



700.55 
454.85 



Amount of Sludge Received and Removed from Deposit Sewers 
during Twelve Months ending January 31, 1906. 



Month. 



Cubic Yards 
Received. 



Cubic Yards 
Removed. 



1905 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

1906 

January 

Totals 



691 


824 


686 


695 


1,086 


710 


1,153 


743 


1,063 


780 


862 


695 


784 


730 


883 


880 


775 


930 


830 


965 


762 


940 



695 



10,1711 



1,142 



10,034 



Sludge in sewers Feb- 
ruary 1, 1905, 856 
cubic yards. 



Sludge In sewers Feb- 
ruary 1, 1906, 992 
cubic yards. 



126 



City Document No. 40. 



Average Daily Amount Pumped at the Pumping Station. 

Ye* 1 '- Gallons. 

1902 ........ 88,480,680 

1903 ........ 88,804,669 

1904 87,241,730 

Entrance Fees, Permits and Assessments. 

Entrance fees to the amount of $4,043.66 have been col- 
lected from estates upon which no sewer assessment was ever 
paid, in accordance with chapter 38, section 10, of the 
Revised Ordinances of 1898. 

Bills for sewer assessments amounting to $455.27 have 
been deposited for collection, representing those estates 
assessed under chapter 456 of the Acts of 1889, and amend- 
ments thereto, which have been connected during the year 
with the sewers for which they were assessed. 

One thousand six hundred and fifty (1,650) permits 
have been issued to licensed drain-layers to make connec- 
tions with the public sewers, and the work done under these 
permits has been inspected, and a record of the same made 
on the plans of this division, in accordance with the pro- 
visions of chapter 38, sections 6 and 10, of the Revised 
Ordinances of 1898. 

Seven hundred and seventeen (717) permits have been 
issued to district foremen and contractors for construction 
and repairs of sewers and catch-basins. 

Plans for the assessment of estates benefited by sewer 
construction have been furnished the Street Commissioners, 
representing 60,813 feet of sewers and appurtenances, cost- 
ing $471,413. 



Catch-basins 


built 


February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906. 




Number. 






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17 
54 
51 
16 

6 
16 


1,614,447 linear feet of sewers flushed. 

11,721 cubic yards material removed 
from sewers. 








8,348 catch-basins cleaned; 19,340 
cubic yards removed. 












South Boston 








Total 


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OBJECTS OF EXPENDITURES. 

$117,411 94 



Pumping Station and Moon Island, 
Tow-boat . . $13,349 57 

Less paid by Sanitary 

Division . . . 6,348 58 



Main and intercepting sewers 



7,000 99 
21,637 68 



Pumping Station, Lyons Street, Dorchester 
Maintenance ....... 



Stony Brooh. 



Maintenance 




Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 

Office and engineering force, salaries and expenses, 
Current expenses of yard, lockers, 

stables, etc $79,826 30 

Less amount earned by division 

teams and engines . . . 22,262 15 

& fyl 7 tfSa . oh 

Repairing and cleaning vcatcb-basins, sewers and 

general repairs . 

House connections, work for other departments, 

incidentals, etc. ...... 

Hardware, tools, rubber goods, etc. 
Telephones not included elsewhere 



$146,050 61 

9,290 38 

6,321 99 

31,684 96 

57,564 15 

99,017 64 

31,874 32 
1,106 12 
1,625 91 



Less decrease of stock at yards 



$384,536 08 
2,848 30 

$381,687 78 



Sewerage Works. 
Pumping Station and Moon Island 



South Boston 
East Boston 
Charlestown 
Brighton 
West Roxbury 
Dorchester . 



Sewer Construction . 



$147,920 31 



£22,317 82 

9,792 81 

25,906 86 

7,124 80 

79,845 13 

48,138 70 



Carried forward 



.93,126 12 $147,920 31 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 



129 



Brought forward 
Roxbury 
City Proper 



$193,126 12 $147,920 31 

13,345 70 

49,409 21 
255,881 03 



Miscellaneous Construction Charges. 

Engineering force, salaries and expenses . . 75,032 00 

Hardware, tools, rubber goods and damages . . 17,623 49 

New manholes ....... 5,489 23 

New catch-basins ...... 15,892 55 

Office salaries and labor . . . . . 48,025 66 

Advertising, fuel and oil, incidentals, car tickets, 

holiday " 13,502 60 

Foul flow channel, Stony brook improvement, con- 
struction and engineering ..... 171,813 06 

$751,179 93 



Separate Systems of Drainage. 

Sewer Construction. 



South Boston 
East Boston 
Charlestown 
Brighton 
"West Roxbury 
Doi'chester . 
Roxbury 
City Proper 



$88,556 17 

77,595 81 

16,418 11 

12,285 12 

94,831 75 

243,157 14 

175,554 01 

11,794 14 



$720,192 25 
Engineers' salaries, advertising, incidentals and 

holiday 63,901 66 



$784,093 91 



Atlantic-avenue Extension. 
Sewer construction ...... 

Abolishment of Grade Crossings. 
/Sewer Construction. 

East Boston ....... 

Dorchester ........ 



,604 16 



$14,000 94 
2,183 30 



.6,184 24 



130 



City Document No. 40. 



Recapitulation. 



Street Department, Sewer Division 
Sewerage Works .... 
Separate Systems of Drainage 
Abolishment of Grade Crossings . 
Atlantic- avenue Ex tension . 



$381,687 78 

751,179 93 

784,093 91 

16,184 24 

1,604 16 

1,934,750 02 



Real Estate in Charge of the Sewer Division. 



Owned Br City. 



Assessed Valuation. 



Land. 



Buildings. 



Sewer yard, 678 Albany street, South End 

Gate-house, Columbus avenue, Roxbury 

Sewer yard, Rutherford avenue, Charlestown 

Sewer yard, Massachusetts avenue, near Albany 
street, South End , 

Sewer yard, Western avenue, Brighton 

Pumping station, Old Harbor Point, Dorchester. .. 

Land, buildings and reservoirs at Moon Island 
and Squantum 



Sewer yard, North Grove street, West End. (Oc- 
cupied in common with other divisions of the 
Street Department) 



Sewer yard, Child and South streets, West Rox- 
bury. (Occupied in common with Paving Divi- 
sion) 



Pumping station, Lyons street. 
Gate-houses, Back Bay Fens. . . 



Leased. 

Sewer yard, Revere street, West End. (Occupied 
in common with Paving Division. Leased from 
J. J. Costello) 



Sewer yard, Eagle street, East Boston. (Occupied 
in common with other divisions. Leased from 
trustees of Glendon Company) 



Sewer yard, Old Harbor street and Columbia road, 
South Boston. (Office building owned by Sewer 
Division. Leased from estate of Choate Burn- 
ham) 



Sewer yard, Gibson street, Dorchester. (Build- 
ings erected by Sewer division. Leased from 
trustees of Gibson School Fund) 



$56,400 



13,000 

56,400 
8,600 
98,000 

19,500 

66,720 

19,300 
1,200 



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7,000 



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3,000 

5,500 

300,000 

4,300 

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Dorchester — 
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1900. 


1901. 


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38,969.14 


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9,325.99 


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17,955.05 


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February 1, 1902. 



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January 31, 

1902. 



Length 
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1902. 



Additional Length 

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January 31, 1902. 



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Dorchester 

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6,940.78 

4,693.21 

11,99S.32 

24,106.34 

21,728.02 

50,399.61 

10,106.95 



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970.40 
1,530.34 
2,807.84 
2,072.44 

135.85 
1,167.12 

235.15 



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Total 

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Total 

Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works. 



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5,970.36 
3,162.87 
9,190.48 
22,033.90 
21,592.17 
49,232.49 
9,871.80 



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Summary of Sewer Construction for the Twelve Months 
ending January 31, 1905. 



District. 


Built by the City 
by Contract or 
Day Labor. 


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Total Length Built 

during ttie 12 Months 

ending January 31, 1905. 




linear feet, 
11,966.82 
15,615.93 


linear feet. 
4,744.72 


linear feet. 
10,711.54 
15,015.93 


miles. 
3.17 




2.96 









Schedule of Sewers Built to Date in the City of Boston, 
February 1, 1905. 







Length 






Total Length 


Abandoned or 






Built during 


Rebuilt dur- 


Additional Length for 




12 Months 


ing the 12 


the 12 Months ending 


District. 


ending 


Months 


January 31, 




January 31, 


ending 


1905. 




1905. 


January 31, 
1905. 






linear feet. 


linear feet. 


linear feet. 


miles. 




16,711.54 


2,149.00 


14,562.54 


2.76 




15,615.93 




15,615.93 


2.96 







Totals Built by the City by Contract or Day Labor.* 



District. 


Brick, Wood 

or Concrete 

Sewers or 

Surface 

Drains. 


Pipe Sewers 

or Surface 

Drains. 




linear feet. 
415.82 
611.53 


linear feet. 
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: Does not include sewers built by private parties. 



Street Department — Street Cleaning Division. 275 



APPENDIX F. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE STREET CLEANING DIVISION. 



941 Tremont Building, 

Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logite, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I have the honor to submit the annual 
report of the Street Cleaning Division of this department 
for the year ending January 31, 1906. 

The work of the year has been of the ordinary, almost 
routine character. 

An attempt was made during July and August to flush 
some of the down-town streets with flushing carts furnished, 
for the experiment, by a firm from a neighboring city ; but 
they proved costly, besides wearing very heavily in some 
places on the joints of the block pavement, and were, con- 
sequently, abandoned. 

Of the amount charged to snow, namely, #57,437.03, the 
greater part of it — $50,143.54 — was spent during the snow 
season of 1904-1905, the balance — #7,293.49 — represent- 
ing the amount debited to this work during the closing 
months of the year just elapsed. 

Some very important recommendations were submitted in 
the report of last year, and, if they were not acted upon, it is 
only right to conclude that the appropriation did not war- 
rant it. 

Again recognizing their importance, and, in the hope that 
some future committee on appropriations will appreciate 
them as the division does, I beg leave to repeat them and to 
urge their realization. 

Recommendations. 

Extend the lines of the Dorchester District. 
A larger force for Roxbury, to cover the entire district. 
Establish small force in Jamaica Plain and Brighton. 
A new stable for South Boston and Dorchester. 



276 



City Document No. 40. 



Extend the push-cart system. 

Scow at the end of Charles River avenue. 

Uniform size receptacle for store and house dirt. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph J. Norton, 
Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 




Appropriation, 1905-1906 .... 


. $430,000 00 


Transferred from. Overseers of the Poor 


273 42 


" Registry Department 


896 93 


" Wire Department 


3,641 94 


" Bath Department 


764 85 


" Surplus revenue 


13,260 65 


Total expenditures .... 


. $448,837 79 


Objects of Expenditures. 




Salary of Superintendent .... 


$3,000 00 


Office pay-rolls . . 


4,638 99 


Stationery ....... 


321 27 


Printing ....... 


594 67 


Board of horses, not mentioned elsewhere 


496 83 


Telephone service ..... 


646 36 




$9,698 12 



Machine Sweeping of Paved Streets. 

This includes cost of sweeping, loading and removal of 
street dirt. 



District 1, South Boston 
District 2, East Boston 
District 3, Charlestown 
District 6, Dorchester 
District 7, Roxbury 
District 8, South End : 
Up-town gang 
Down-town gang- 
District 9, Back Bay . 
District 10, West End 
District 10, North End 



Total length of miles cleaned, 13,610. 



$14,291 31 

6,877 95 

11,131 47 

3,673 68 

15,556 43 

12,335 02 
35,050 06 
5,486 15 
14,739 32 
14,700 40 



$133,841 79 



Street Department — Street Cleaning Division. 277 

Cleaning Gutters. 

This includes cost of sweeping, loading and removal of 
street dirt. 



District 1, South Boston 
District 2, East Boston 
District 3, Charlestown 
District 7, Roxbury 
District 6, Dorchester . 
District 8, South End : 

Up-town gang . 

Down-town gang 
District 9, Back Bay . 
District 10, West End 
District 10, North End 



Total length of gutters cleaned, 3,557 miles. 

Cost of Maintaining Dumps. 

District 1, South Boston 
District 2, East Boston 
District 3, Charlestown 
District 6, Dorchester . 
District 7, Roxbury 
District 8, South End : 

Up-town gang . 

Down-town gang 
District 9, Back Bay . 
District 10, West End 
District 10, North End 



£2,349 66 
3,034 88 
2,108 59 
1,128 83 
4,064 24 

2,866 79 

4,617 78 



$20,170 77 



^430 


40 


103 


10 


445 


60 


118 


63 


456 


55 


437 


85 


570 


99 


404 


33 


289 


63 


269 


77 



1,526 85 



Removing Snoio. 

This includes labor on crossings, in streets, carting of 
snow, etc. It also includes the snow work of the Patrol 
System. 

Labor and teaming . . . . . $57,437 03 



Miscellaneous. 

This shows the cost of such work as may not be character- 
ized the same in all districts. 



District 1, South Boston 
District 2, East Boston 



!,575 !)1 
315 02 



Carried forward . 



$2,890 93 



278 



City Document No. 40. 



Brought forward . 
District 3, Charlestown 
District 6, Dorchester . 
District 7, Roxbury 
District 8, South End: 
Up-town gang 
Down-town gang 
District 9, Back Bay . 
District 10, West End 
District 10, North End 



2,890 


93 


44 


00 


18 


00 


1,324 


43 


2,518 


76 


2,464 


97 


1,681 


04 


1,081 


31 


704 


49 



1,727 93 



Patrolling by Districts. 

This includes the cost of picking up and removal 
papers, etc., from the streets. 

District 1, South Boston 
District 2, East Boston 
District 3, Charlestown 
District 6, Dorchester . 
District 7, Roxbury 
District 8, South End : 

Up-town gang 

Down-town gang 
District 9, Back Bay . 
District 10, West End 
District 10, North End 



of refuse 


U,321 


01 


1,402 


20 


17 


50 


66 


90 


63 


51 


400 


75 


16 


77 


303 


72 


20 


38 



Public Alleys. 



Labor and teaming 



1,612 74 



!16 71 



Collection of Ashes and House Dirt. 
This was clone to help the Sanitary Division in its spring- 
cleaning work. 
Labor and teaming ...... $739 48 



Flushing 

This was experimental. 



Push-cart Patrol System. 



Superintendence, inspection, etc. 
Push-carts, labor, teaming, etc. 
Paper patrolling . 
Stock .... 

Carried forward . 



$708 00 



$7,954 88 

56,052 82 

4,663 83 

2,405 17 



$71,076 70 



Street Department — Street Cleaning Division. 279 



Brought forward .... 

Holidays ...... 

Repairs at station, 95 Columbus avenue 

Sundries, repairs, etc. . 

Miscellaneous work .... 



$71,076 70 

5,547 65 

49 72 

2,735 29 

3,648 50 

$83,057 86 



/Stable and Yard Expenses. 

In the following statement is included the cost of the 
South End, West End, Roxbury, South Boston, Charles- 
town and East Boston stables : 



Superintendence of South stable . . . . 

Labor, including the cost of feeders, hostlers, 
broommakers, watchmen, yardmen, messenger, 
hay, grain, etc. .... 

Cart and carriage repairs 

Horseshoeing ..... 

Harness repairs ..... 

Sweeping machine repairs 

Stable and shed repairs 

Street car tickets and travelling expenses 

Tool repairs ..... 

Veterinary services and medicine . 

Board and care of horses not mentioned elsewhere, 



$1,403 87 



52,121 


58 


5,847 


75 


4,018 


26 


1,608 


39 


2,950 


16 


881 


33 


825 


00 


516 


35 


2,378 


01 


275 


00 





$72,825 70 


See Patrol System. 




/Stock Account. 




Broom stock purchased .... 


$4,658 18 


Harness and horse furnishings purchased 


1,452 32 


Horses purchased ..... 


7,866 33 


Tools purchased ...... 


1,048 47 


Carts, carriages, etc. ..... 


412 00 


Sweeping machines ..... 


525 00 




$15,962 30 



See Patrol System. 

Miscellaneous. 
Holidays ........ 

Scow (cost of disposal at sea of 41,741 loads of 
street dirt) ....... 

Sundries ........ 

Annuity ........ 

Charles River dump ...... 



See Patrol Systei 



$21,214 65 

10,923 19 

2,568 74 

300 00 

118 96 

$35,125 54 



280 



City Document No. 40. 



General Recapitulation of Expenses. 
Superintendence 

Machine sweeping of paved streets 
Cleaning gutters 
Maintaining dumps 
Removal of snow and ice 
Miscellaneous work 
Paper patrolling 
Ashes and house dirt . 
Cleaning public alleys 
Flushing 

Patrol system, push-carts 
Stable and yard expenses 
Stock account 
Miscellaneous 



$9,698 


12 


133,841 


79 


20,170 


77 


3,526 


85 


57,437 


03 


12,727 


93 


3,612 


74 


739 


48 


216 


71 


708 


00 


83,057 


96 


72,825 


70 


15,962 


30 


35,125 


54 



$449,650 82 

Of the above amount, the sum of 1813.03 was paid by the 
Paving and Sewer Divisions for work done, thus making the 
total net expenses of this division, as shown in the financial 
statement, 1448,837.79. 



Income. 
Amount of bills deposited with the City Collector during 
the financial year ending January 31, 1906, $1,326.86. 

Table Showing the Number of Loads of Street Dirt Removed. 



District. 



Number of 

Loads of Dirt 

Removed. 



Cost per Load of 
cleaning Streets 
a n d r emoving 
t o Dumps, i n- 
cluding Fore- 
man's Superin- 
tendence. 



Up-town gang.. . 
Down-town ganj 



West End . 
North End. 



320 
321 

5S2 
775 
913 
049 

495 
213 

239 
525 



$0 90 
1 18 
1 54 
71 
1 87 
1 51 
1 63 
1 93 
1 78 
1 54 



Removed by push cart patrol system. 

Removed by district push-carts 

Removed by paper patrol 



109,432 



5,370 



2,993 



Barrels and Baj 

Loads. 

71,157 

•29,496 



117,795 



100,653 



Total number of cart loads removed 

Total number of barrel and bag loads removed. 



.117,795 
.100,653 



Street Department — Street Cleaning Division. 281 

Forty-one thousand, seven hundred and forty-one (41,741) 
loads, or 35 per cent., of street sweepings were delivered at the 
dumping scow at Fort Hill wharf, the towing of which to 
sea cost twenty-seven (27) cents per load. 



Public Waste Barrels. 

Total number of waste barrels emptied . 
Total number of subway barrels emptied 

Total 



9,983 
3,467 

13,450 



Summary. 

Miles of streets cleaned 

Miles of gutters cleaned 

Loads of dirt removed 

Loads of paper and refuse removed 

Push-cart barrels emptied 

Waste barrels emptied 

Subway barrels emptied 



13,610 
3,557 

114,802 
2,993 

100,653 
9,983 
3,467 



Property Occupied by the Street Cleaning Division. 

South Boston. — Lease of stable, corner of H and Second 
streets. 

East Boston. — Part of stable on East Eagle street, leased. 

Oharlestown. — Part of stable on Rutherford avenue. City 
stable. Office building, Rutherford avenue. City property. 

Roxbury. — Part of stable on Highland street. City stable. 

South End. — Part of stable, 650 Albany street. City 
stable. 

West End. — Part of stable on North Grove street. City 
stable. 

Back Bay. — Lease of building, 95 Columbus avenue. 



282 



City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX G. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE STREET WATERING DIVISION. 



801 Tremont Building, 
Boston, Mass, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the annual report of 
the Street Watering Division of the Street Department for 
the financial year ending January 31, 1906. 

The expense of watering all public streets during the year 
was $189,347.50. 

The total number of carts used during the year was 253, 
an increase of one over last year. 

Yours respectfully, 

Ambrose Woods, 

Acting Deputy Superintendent. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Amount of appropriation .... 
Transferred from Sanitary Department 

" " Reserve Fund . 

" " Cambridge Bridges Division 

" " Central office . 

" " Bridge Division 

" " Street Laying-Out Department 

Transferred from Overseeing of the Poor Depart 
ment ....... 



Amount of Expenditures 



. $165,000 


00 


15,000 


00 


3,500 


00 


2,579 


13 


97 


09 


435 


46 


1,699 


44 


1,036 


38 


$189,347 


50 


. $189,347 


50 



Street Department — Street Watering Division. 283 



Objects of Expenditures. 



Salaries and labor 
Teaming .... 
Water posts, repairs, etc., . 
Board of horses . 
Shoeing and clipping . 
Veterinary service and medicine 
Harnesses and supplies 
Horses, purchase .of, and hire 
Vehicles, purchase of, repairs, etc 
Printing .... 
Stationery and postage 
Bicycles, repairs, etc. . 
Telephone service 
Car-fares .... 
General supplies . 



$19,902 66 

160,610 50 

4,455 18 

1,275 53 

206 23 

314 71 

202 59 

594 29 

408 62 

99 01 

93 75 

825 05 

169 13 

100 00 

90 25 



$189,347 50 



Objects of Expenditures, Classified by Districts, from February 
1, 1905, to January 31, 1906. 



Districts. 



Teamim 



Labor. Maintenance. 



Totals. 



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

Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

Back Bay 

South End 

City Proper 



$15,064 00 
10,012 50 
7,350 00 
13,077 50 
20,965 00 
24,058 00 
25,692 00 
14,376 50 
13,000 00 
17,015 00 



$1,249 50 
1,249 50 
624 75 
1,249 50 
1,874 25 
2,499 00 
1,874 25 
1,249 50 
1,249 50 
1,874 25 



$160,610 50 



$14,994 00 



$1,249 36 
869 12 
651 84 
1,140 72 
1,792 57 
2,064 17 
2,227 13 
1,140 72 
1.0S6 40 
1,520 97 



$17,562 86 
12,131 12 
S,626 59 
15,467 72 
24,631 82 
28,621 17 
29,793 38 
16,760 72 
15,335 90 
20,410 22 



$13,743 00 



$189,347 50 



284 



City Document No. 10. 



Expenditures since 1899. 

The expenditures since 1899, when the city assumed, for 
the first time, the watering of paved streets, are as follows : 



1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



5174,625 97 
174.742 45 
164,259 36 
160,147 25 
164,104 74 
165,071 08 
189,347 50 



Amount of Water Used in 1905. 

Capacity of two-horse cart (gallons) . . . 600 

Average loads thrown per day, per cart . . 26 

Total gallons thrown per day, per cart . . . 15,600 

Number of cart days worked . . . . 32,122 

Total gallons of water used 501,103,200 



Distribution of Carts, showing Entire Amount of Work Done. 



Districts. 



Hired 

Carts. 



Number 

Miles 
Covered. 



Average 
per Cart. 



South Boston. 
East Boston. . . 
Charles town . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Roxbury 

Back Bay 

South End... . 
City Proper . . 

Totals 



23 
16 

12 
21 
33 

38 
41 

211 

20 y 

I 

28 J 



253 



40 
25 
22 
41 
76 
92 



S3 



465 



1.74 
1.56 
1.83 
1.95 
2.30 
2.40 
2.10 

1.20 



l.J 



Street Department — Street Watering Division. 285 



Location of Water Posts by Districts. 





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so 

55 
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55 

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o 

55 


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Brighton 


23 
16 
19 
25 
50 
61 
53 
24 


28 
34 
20 
44 
67 
83 
68 
53 


35 
41 

20 
47 
75 
SS 
76 
69 


38 
42 
21 
50 
86 
99 
80 
74 


39 
42 
22 
48 
81 
100 
73 
68 


39 

42 
22 
50 
84 
101 
75 
73 


39 
43 
22 
50 
85 
101 
75 
73 


39 
43 
22 
50 

85 

102 

75 

72 


40 
45 
22 
50 
85 
105 
75 
72 


40 
45 
22 
50 
*88 
103 
75 
72 




Dorchester 




Roxbury 






5 


Totals 


271 


397 


451 


490 


473 


486 


488 


488 


494 


495 


5 







Xote. — During the year 9 posts were relocated, 1 post abandoned, and 2 new posts 
erected. 
* One pipe transferred from Dorchester district to West Roxbury district. 



286 City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX H. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BOSTON AND 
CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 



Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logtje, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Sir, — I herewith submit the following report of the work 
done on the Boston and Cambridge bridges for the year end- 
ing January 31, 1906. 

The Commission is composed of one member from Boston 
and one member from Cambridge, and had, during the early 
part of the year, the management of the eight bridges 
between the two cities, and the expense of maintaining them 
was borne equally by the two cities. Two of these bridges 
have been closed to travel during the year, and the Commis- 
sion has the care of the remaining bridges. 

Cambridge-street Bridge. 

Electric motors have been installed for operating the draw. 
The deck planking and stringers on the Boston side of the 
bridge and the planking along the waterway need extensive 
renewal ; one draw-arm should be replaced and the abutments 
need small repairs. 

Canal or Craigie's Bridge. 

On July 1 this bridge was closed to public travel, and the 
maintenance and operation of the temporary bridge built in 
its place passed into the hands of the Charles River Basin 
Commission. 

Essex-street Bridge. 

This bridge was closed to travel October 2, and is now 
being rebuilt; the new bridge is to be known as Brookline- 
street Bridge. 



Street Department — Bridge Division. 287 

Harvard Bridge. 

During the past summer the asphalt sidewalks for the 
entire length of the bridge on both sides and the planking 
supporting them were removed, and a new walk of 3-inch 
hard pine plank laid. The curb stringers were also renewed 
for the entire length on both sides. The sidewalks and the 
roadway of the fixed spans are now in good condition ; the 
flooring of the draw, however, is in very poor condition and 
should be rebuilt at once. The stringers and nearly all of 
the lower planking are those put in when the bridge was 
built in 1891, and they are now so badly decayed that the 
deck camiot be considered safe for the heavy loads passing- 
over it. The sheathing is worn so thin that it should be 
renewed at once, and it would not be economy to put new 
sheathing on so poor a lower planking. 

The planking of the draw-fender pier is very rotten, and 
although it has been patched in many places, a person walk- 
ing on the pier is liable to break through. 

The caps on the fender-guards are also badly decayed and 
several of the iron plates have disappeared from the corners. 
Both fenders should be repaired. 

The gates across the roadway at the draw are old and 
should be replaced by iron gates of more approved design. 

The girders are somewhat rusty and should be painted in 
the near future. The railings on both sides of the bridge were 
painted during the past year, and the whole bridge presents a 
much better appearance than it has for a number of years. 

With the exception of the tracks, which are somewhat 
worn, the machinery of the draw is in good condition and 
the draw is working very satisfactorily. 

North Harvard-street Bridge. 

The original bridge was built in 1662. It is in poor con- 
dition and too narrow, and should be replaced by a wider 
bridge. 

Prison Point Bridge. 

The present temporary bridge is kept in repair by the 
Boston & Maine Railroad, the Commission having charge 
of the operation of the draw. 

West Boston Temporary Bridge. 

This bridge was built to accommodate the travel until 
Cambridge Bridge should be built. The deck planking is 
in poor condition and frequent repairs are made on it. 



28S City Document No. 40. 



Western-avenue Bridge to Cambridge. 

The Boston end of the bridge needs general repairing. 
The Cambridge end is in fair condition, except some of the 
lower planking, which needs renewal, and the piers need 
repairing. 

In General. 

The usual statement is appended showing the number of 
draw openings and the number of vessels which passed 
through. 

The amount of revenue for rents, wharfage, etc., during 
the year has been $824.90. One-half of this has been paid to 
each city. The City of Cambridge paid the City of Boston 
on December 29 the sum of $1,457.97, being one-half of 
the weekly pay-rolls for reconstruction of Harvard Bridge 
sidewalks. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles Logue, 

Commissioner for Boston. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

February 1, 1905, to January 31, 1906. 

Appropriation for financial year 1905-1906 . . $22,000 00 

City of Cambridge, one-half weekly pay-rolls, Har- 
vard Bridge, reconstruction of sidewalks . . 1,457 97 



Total $23,457 97 

Expended to January 31, 1906 . . . . 20,878 84 



Balance transferred to other appropriations . . $2,579 13 



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APPENDIX I. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL WORK. 



City of Boston, Engineering Department, 
50 City Hall, February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets: 

Sir, — I herewith submit the following report of the work 
clone for the Street Department during the year ending 
January 31, 1906: 

Atlantic-avenue Reconstruction. 
In consequence of dredging in the dock between Central 
and India wharves and of the action of the propellers of the 
steamers using it, the filling under the sea-wall at the head 
of the dock had fallen away and caused a settlement of the 
street back of the wall at this point. The face of the wall 
had also slid forward leaving a large cavity about ten feet 
long in the middle of the wall. This cavity was filled with 
Portland cement concrete and stone ballast was deposited 
between the bulkhead and the front of the wall and a timber 
bulkhead about 52^ feet long was built on the street line. 
The work was done by Lawler Brothers under a contract and 
was completed early in July, 1905. 

Cottage-street Foot-bridge. 

This bridge was partially destroyed by ice early in 1904 
and was closed to travel. A contract was made October 4, 
1905, with the William S. Rendle Company for repairing the 
bridge, which required the driving of 166 new piles and 
placing new caps, stringers and planking in a large part of 
the bridge. The fences were painted for their entire length. 
The work is completed with the exception of painting the 
fences. 

Dover-street Bridge. 

Plans and specifications were made for widening the draw- 
way about 3 feet to 40 feet. A contract was made with the 
Cahill Construction Company for doing the work which has 
been commenced. 



294 City Document No. 40. 



East Boston Ferries. 

Coal-pocket. — Plans and specifications were made for 
building a coal-pocket at the East Boston landing of the 
North Ferry to replace the present coal-shed. Bids were 
received October 9 and a contract was made with George 
Hayes, the lowest bidder, for doing the work. No work has 
yet been done under the contract as the coal-shed was in use. 

Areas of Cabins. — The areas of the cabins and passage- 
ways on all the ferry-boats have been measured. 

Norfolk-street Bridge. 

The contract for building the steel superstructure for this 
bridge was completed by the Boston Bridge Works early in 
May at a cost of $1 2,123.47. The south roadway was opened 
to travel May 13, 1905, and the north roadway at a later 
date. 

The through steel truss bridge was built across the railroad 
location on a skew, resting on the abutments, which were 
completed the previous December ; the bridge consists of 
three riveted steel trusses each 111 feet long, centre to centre 
of bearings, and 20 feet deep, centre to centre of top 
and bottom chords. These trusses are spaced 23 feet 3 
inches on centres ; the -floor beams are of steel, riveted to 
bottoms of posts, and support a floor system of hard pine 
stringers and 4-inch spruce deck plank, upon which is laid a 
wearing surface of 2-inch spruce. The centre truss divides 
the roadway into two parts, each 13 feet 6 inches in the 
clear; there are two sidewalks each 7 feet 4 inches wide, 
and the total width of the bridge from centre to centre of 
the outside trusses is 46 feet 6 inches. The floor beams 
overhang the trusses 3 feet 6 inches for the purpose of sup- 
porting water and gas- pipes. Provision is also made for a 
line of car tracks of the Boston Elevated Railroad, in each 
roadway, but the rails are not laid on the bridge at present. 

Stairway from Summer-street Bridge to A Street. 

Under a contract with the New England Structural Com- 
pany, a flight of stairs has been built from the southerly 
walk of the bridge on Summer street to the westerly side- 
walk below on A street. The work was completed early in 
May, 1905, at a cost of $592.25. The foundations for the 
stairs were put in by D. J. Kiley and safety treads at the 
landings were furnished and placed by the Universal Safety 
Tread Company. 



Street Department. 295 



Assessment Streets. 

Working plans, specifications and forms of contract were 
prepared and forwared to the Street Department for the con- 
struction of the following assessment streets : 

Beaufort road, Centre street about 467 feet westerly. 
Clement avenue, Flora street to Stratford street. 
Flora street, Kenneth street to Clement avenue. 

Plans and Specifications eor Repaving Streets. 

Preliminary surveys were made and working plans, specifi- 
cations and forms of contract were prepared and forwarded 
to the Street Department for repaving the following streets : 

Albany Street, Beach street to Kneeland street. 
Albany street, Massachusetts avenue about 225 feet northerly. 
Allen street, Chambers street to Charles street. 
*Allston street, Brighton avenue to Washington street. 
Ash street, Bennet street to Nassau. street. 
Atlantic avenue (westerly side), Broad street to Commercial 

street. 
Bennet street, Ash street to Harrison avenue. 
Blackstone street, Hanover street to Haymarket square. 
Bolton street, C street to D street. 

Boylston street, Massachusetts avenue to the Parkway. 
Causeway street, Nashua street, across Lowell street. 
Chatham rovj, State street to Chatham street. 
Chatham street, Merchants row to Commercial street. 

* Chelsea street, Mt. Vernon street to Vine street. 
Clarendon street, Beacon street to Boylston street. 
Devonshire street, Milk street to Franklin street. 
Dorchester street, Broadway to Eighth street. 

*East First street, K street to L street. 
Eliot street, Tremont street to Washington street. 
Essex street, Chaimcy street to Lincoln street. 
Harrison avenue, Bedford street to Essex street. 
Harrison avenue, Beach street to Kneeland street. 
Harrison avenue, Gloucester place to Decatur street. 
Harrison avenue, East Springfield street to Northampton street. 

* Harvard street, Gleason street to School street. 

* Haverhill street, Haymarket square to Traverse street. 
Hay tear d place, Washington street to Harrison avenue. 
Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to Boston & Albany K.R. 

bridge. 
McLean street, Chambers street to Blossom street. 
Norfolk street, N. Y., N. H. & H. R.R. bridge to Morton street. 

* Plane only were forwarded. 



296 City Document No. 40. 

* Norfolk avenue, Magazine street to Marshfield street. 

Northampton street, Shawmut avenue to Washington street. 
* Northampton street, Washington street to Harrison avenue. 

St. Alphonsus street, Tremont street to Smith street. 

Salutation street, Hanover street to Commercial street. 

* Silver street, F street to Dorchester street. 
South street, Essex street to Beach street. 
Thomas Park, South Boston. 

Tileston street, Hanover street across Unity street. 
*Topliff street, Bowdoin street to Westville street. 
Tyler street, Beach street to Harvard street. 
Tyler street, Oak street to Curve street. 

* Warren street, Cambridge street to the Brookline line. 
West Broadway , at Dorchester street. 

* West First street, A street to Dorchester avenue. 
West Sixth street, C street to D street. 

Wiggin street, North Bennet street to Tileston street. 

Miscellaneous. 

Preliminary surveys have been made and plans prepared 
for repaving the following streets : 

A street, West First street across Richards street. 

Albany street, Kneeland street to Boston & Albany R.R. bridge. 

Albany street, Broadway to Dover street. 

Armandine street, Washington street to Milton avenue. 

Beach street, Freeport street to Park street. 

Blackstone street, North street to Clinton street. 

Causeioay street, Leverett street to Lowell street. 

Centre street, Adams street to Dorchester avenue. 

Congress street, Congress-street bridge to existing concrete base 

paving. 
Congress street, Congress-street bridge to N. Y., N. H. & H. R.R. 

tracks. 
Cross street, Fulton street to Commercial street. 
Dorchester avenue, Congress street to Summer street. 
Eliot street, Tremont street to Pleasant street. 
Evans street, Morton street to Milton avenue. 
Evelyn street, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue. 
Fleet street, Hanover street to Commercial street. 
Geneva avenue, Bowdoin street to Park street. 
Guild rote, Roxbury street to Dudley street. 
Hampden street, Albany street to Dudley street. 
Hanover street, Union street to Parmenter street. 
Harvard avenue, Cambridge street to Commonwealth avenue. 
Harvard street, Harrison avenue to Albany street. 
Haverhill street, Traverse street to Causeway street. 
Henry street, Paris street to Maverick square. 

* Plans only were forwarded. 



Street Department. 297 

K street, First street 437 feet northerly. 
Marlborough street, Clarendon street to Exeter street. 
Maverick square, westerly side. 
Nelson street, Norfolk street to Selden street. 
North street, Blacks tone street to Commercial street. 
Northampton street, Tremont street to Skawmnt avenue. 
Park street, Dorchester avenue to Adams street. 
Richmond street, Commercial street to Atlantic avenue. 
River street, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line. 
Robinson street, Adams street to Draper street. 
Roxbury street, Guild row to Shawmut avenue. 
Rutherford avenue, Chapman street to Cambridge street. 
Selden street, Milton avenue to Morton street. 
Stanioood street, Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road. 

Washington street, Elm street to Hanover street. 

Washington street, Dudley street to Arnold street. 

Miscellaneous Plans, Specifications, etc. 

Almont street, Dorchester. A plan was prepared showing a 

revised grade for a portion of the street, starting about 900 

feet west of Blue Hill avenue and extending about 500 feet 

westerly. 
Atlantic avenue (westerly side), Broad street to Commercial 

street. Plans and specifications were prepared for widening 

the westerly roadway about 4.8 feet by taking a like amount 

from the sidewalk. 
Freeport street (easterly side). Plans and specifications were 

prepared for a granite rubble retaining wall about 350 feet long 

and from 11 feet to 13.8 feet high. 
Norfolk street, at Mascot street. A plan and specifications were 

prepared for a wooden bulkhead. 
Washington street, Townsend street to School street. Plans and 

grades were prepared for making the sidewalk uniformly 10 

feet wide. 

Grading Street Railway Tracks. 

Grades for tracks in the following streets have been deter- 
mined and the necessary surveys made for determining the 
same. 

Boston Elevated Railway Company. 

Atlantic avenue, (westerly side). 

Blue Hill avenue, Norfolk street to River street. 

Boylston street, Massachusetts avenue to the Parkway. 

Broadway, at Dorchester street. 

Centre street, South Huntington avenue to Pond street. 

Chelsea street,' Sara toga street to Cnelsea-street bridge. 

(Jielsea street, Mt. Vernon street to Vine street. 

Dorchester street, Broadway to Eighth street. 



298 City Document No. 40. 

Eliot street, Pleasant street to Washington street. 

Guild row, Roxbury street to Dudley street. 

Hampden street, Albany street to Dudley street. 

Hanover street, Union street to Parmenter street. 

Harrison avenue, East Springfield street to Northampton street. 

Haverhill street, Haymarket square to Causeway street. 

Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to Boston & Albany R. R. 

bridge. 
Maverick square, Westerly side. 

Northampton street, Tremont street to Shawmut avenue. 
Northampton street, Washington street to Shawmut avenue. 
Northampton street, Washington street to Harrison avenue. 
Prentiss street, Columbus avenue to Tremont street. 
River street, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line. 
Roxbury street, Guild row to Shawmut avenue. 
Shelby street, Lexington street to Saratoga street. 
Talbot avenue, Washington street to Dorchester avenue. 
Washington street, Elm street to Hanover street. 
Washington street, Dudley street to Arnold street. 
Washington street, Columbia road to Kilton street. 
Washington street, Euclid street to Ashmont street. 
West /Sixth street, C street to D street. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 
West Hirst street, A street to Granite street. 

Total length of single track grades = 10 miles. 

Plans showing details of construction of streets and other 
structures have been made from time to time as required. 
The street book giving lengths and areas of pavements in 
accepted streets and public alleys has been corrected to 
February 1, 1905, and is now being brought up to February 
1, 1906. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William Jackson, 

City Engineer. 



Stkeet Department — Smoke Inspector. 299 



APPENDIX J. 



REPORT OF CHIEF SMOKE INSPECTOR. 



64 Pembeeton Square, 
Boston, Mass., February 1, 1906. 

Mr. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I herewith respectfully submit a report of 
the work performed by this office for the eleven months end- 
ing December 31, 1905. 

There has been a noticeable improvement in the operation 
of power plants during the past year. 

We have notified the offenders of the change in the smoke 
nuisance laws, with the result that the owners have made 
changes in their plants to meet with the requirements of the 
new law which will go into effect January 1, 190(3, when the 
Board of Health will be charged with its enforcement. 

Boiler Applications. 

During the year 211 applications have been received from 
the Building Department for boiler permits and were disposed 
of as follows : 

Signed to use hard coal . . . . . . 227 

New consumers adopted . . . . . . - 14 

241 

Special Reports. 

February 1. Report on communication received from 
Boston Terminal Company. 

March 1. Report on complaint of Caroline M. Pigeon. 

March 1. Report on complaint of A. B. Abbott. 

March 1. Report on order from Common Council. 

March 14. Report on complaint of Bay State Instalment 
Company, 725 Washington street. 

March 14. Report on complaint of William M. Farrington 
against the Boston & Albany Railroad. 



300 



City Document No. 40. 



April 10. Report on communication from Chas. A. L. 
Reed. 

June 15. Report on complaint of Walter M. Hatch & Co. 

July 17. Report on complaint of D. Eldridge. 

July 21. Report on complaint of Hayes Robbins. 

August 23. Report on communication from J. M. Dew- 
bury. 

August 23. Report on communication from E. M. Jones. 

August 24. Report on communication from S. M. 
Singleton. 

October 18. Report on complaint from property owners 
against the Boston & Maine Railroad. 

November 17. Report on complaint of Frank Peaslee. 

Report on complaint of A. Porter, 727 



December 1. 
Boylston street 

December 1. 
field. 

December 1. 
Council. 



Report on communication from H. P. Fair- 
Report on order received from the Common 



Nova Scotia Coal. 



Importations of Coal from Nova Scotia at the Port during the Year ending 
January 31, 1906. 



Months. 



Value. 



February, 1905 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September .... 

October 

November .... 

December .... 

January, 1906. 

Total 



$71,911 

113,139 

92,682 

64,000 

63,500 

48,850 

69,858 

60,063 

51,438 

62,752 

108,767 

150,008 



$956,968 



Steeet Department — Smoke Inspector. 



301 



Nova Scotia coal recorded at the Collector's office (Boston 
Custom House) for the year ending January 31, 1906, shows 
639,957 tons as against 563,526 for the year ending January 
31, 1905. 

I submit a brief summary of work for the year ending 
December 31, 1905: 



Number of applications for boiler permits received . . 241 

Number of smoke preventers adopted . . . . 14 

Number agreeing to burn hard coal . . . .227 

Number of short observations taken . . . .100 

Number of special reports . . . . . . 19 

Number of special requests for observations received . 2 

Respectfully submitted, 

John J. O'Neil, 

Chief Smoke Inspector. 



302 



City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX K. 



REPORT OF THE CIVIL SERVICE CLERK. 



Boston, February 1, 1906. 

Me. Charles Logue, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a report of the work per- 
formed in connection with the Civil Service Commission, 
together with a statement of the force employed and eligible 
for employment for the year ending January 31, 1906 : 

Requisitions made . . . . . . . .105 

Requisitions cancelled ....... 8 

Certifications returned without any selection being made . 22 
Number of men called for . . . . . .318 

Number of men certified ...... 503 

Number of men selected, including veterans . . . 277 

Number of veterans appointed . . . . . 11 

Number of men appointed provisionally under civil service 

rule number 36 . . . . .. . . . 6 

Applications made for promotion . . . . . 15 

Promotions allowed . . . . . . 14 

Promotions allowed provisionally ..... 1 

Provisional appointments made permanent ... 2 

Requests for permission to reinstate . - . . 4 
Requests for permission to reinstate allowed . . 2 
Requests for permission to reinstate not allowed . 2 



Transfers made from other City and State departments to 
the Street Department, with the approval of the Civil Service 
Commission as follows : 

From Bath Department . 

City Messenger's Department 

Lamp Department 

Park Department . 

Public Grounds Department . 

Schoolhouse Commission 

Street Laying-Out Department 



Total 



Street Department — Civil Service. 



303 



Transfers from the Street Department to other City and 
State departments, with the approval of the Civil Service 
Commission as follows : 



To Bath Department 
Fire Department 
Massachusetts Highway Commission 

Total 



Number of discharges forwarded to the Civil Service 
Commission, 103. 

The records of the department show that there are now 
3,654 persons eligible for employment in the several divisions, 
and of that number 3,178 were upon the January, 1906, pay- 
rolls. 



Comparative Table showing the Number of Employees 
February 1, 1905, and February 1, 1906. 











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916 


877 


516 


353 


151 


166 


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934 


890 


617 


392 


168 


163 


5 



February 1 , 1905. 
February 1, 1906. 



2,997 
3,178 



Respectfully submitted, 

John J. Quinn, 
Civil Service Clerk. 



304 



City Document No. 40. 



APPENDIX L. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCUMENT 
NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 



Bridge Department before 1891. 

Previous to 1886, under charge of City Engineer. 



Name. 


Year. 


Bartholomew M. Young 


1886 to 1889 




1889 to 1891 






Bridge Department before 1891. 


Name of Document. 


For Year. 


Year 

Published. 


Number of 
Document. 



Annual report. 



1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 



29 
26 
29 
22 



* Published in annual report, Executive Department. — Part I., City Document, 
No. 1, 1891. 

Paving Department before 1891. 



Name. 



Year. 



Enoch Patterson, Superintendent Streets and Drains 
Zephaniah Sampson " " " " 

Thomas Hunting, Superintendent 

Alfred T. Turner, " 

Charles Harris, " 

JSTehemiah T. Merritt, " 

James J. Flynn, " 

Charles Harris, " 

Michael Meehan " 

John W. McDonald, " 

J. Edwin Jones, " 



1825 to 
1831 to 
1846 to 
1853 to 
1864 to 



1884 to 
1886 to 
1889 to 



1831 
1846 
1853 
1864 
1883 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1886 
1889 
1891 



Street Department. 



305 



Paving Department before 1891. 



Name of Document. 



For 
Year. 



Year 
Published. 



Number of 
Document. 



Quarterly report . 



Annual report . 



1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



1851 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1S79 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 



1889 
1890 
1891 



6 
29 
2 
6 
6 
5 
3 
3 
3 
5 
6 
5 
4 
3 
3 
7 
3 
6 
9 

14 
13 
12 
16 
21 
25 
27 
SO 
38 
29 
24 
24 
48 
51 
47 
46 
97 
30 
16 
23 
30 
19 



* Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part II., City Document, 
No. 1, 1891. 



306 



City Document No. 40. 



Sewer Department before 1891, 



Year. 



Enoch Patterson, Superintendent 

Zephaniah Sampson, " 

Charles B. Wells, 

Simeon B. Smith, " 

William H. Bradley, " 

Horace A. Moses, " 

Thomas J. Young, " 

Seth Perkins, 

Charles Morton, " 



1825 to 
1831 to 
1837 to 
1856 to 
1863 to 
1883 to 
1885 to 
1887 to 
1889 to 



1831 
1837 
1856 

1863 
1883 
1885 
1887 
1889 
1891 



Sewer Department before 1891. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


1861 
1861 
1862 
1863 
18.64 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 

1884 » 

1885 J 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 


11 


u i< 


12 


II it 


12 


it it 


13 


it tt 


11 


It ti 


5 


(1 11 


6 


It 11 


8 


tt tl 


13 


it u 


11 


It (1 


3 


tl tt 


11 


u (( 


10 


(1 tt 


13 


U 14 


12 


tl u 


17 


It tt 


11 


(I u 


13 


tt 11 


15 


11 11 


11 


11 11 


16 


11 11 


19 


11 11 


18 


1 1 11 


16 


11 11 




11 11 


43 


11 It 


58 


It 11 


69 


11 11 


81 


11 It 


129 


11 11 


14 


It 11 


* 







* Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part II., City Document, 
No. 1, 1891. 



Street Department. 



307 



Health Department before 1891. 

Sanitary. 



Name. 



Year. 



Ezra Forristall, Superintendent 
Joseph W. Coburn, " 

Ezra Forristall, " 

George W. Forristall, " 



1853 to 1854 

1854 to 1855 

1855 to 1869 
1869 to 1890 



Health Department before 1891, 

Sanitary. 



Name of Document. 


Year. 


Year 

Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1806 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 

1885 
1880 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 

1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 


7 


n u 


6 


u u 


4 


n u 


4 


cc u 


4 


II 11 


4 


11 11 


5 


11 11 


6 


11 It 


5 


11 11 


5 


11 11 


4 


11 11 


4 


11 11 


8 
7 


11 11 


8 


11 11 


12 


11 11 


4 


11 1L 


10 


>l 11 


17 


11 11 


40 


Annual reports from 1873 to 1884, in- 
clusive; the Superintendent's report 
was embodied in the report of the 
Board of Health 


45 


Annual report 


22 


ii 1 1 


16 


ii ii 


28 


i'.. u 


21 


ii ii 


* 







♦Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part II., City Document, 
No. 1, 1891. 



308 



City Document No. 40. 



Commissioners of Cambridge Bridges before 1891. 

(West Boston, Canal and Prison Point.) 



Year. 



Frederick W. Lincoln, Commissioner for Boston 
Ezra Parmenter, Commissioner for Cambridge . . . . < 
William J. Marvin, Commissioner for Cambridge. . 



May 22, 1871, to 
March, 1901. 

June 14, 1871, to 
Jan. 31, 1883. 

March 28, 1883, to 
July 22, 1904. 



Note. — Harvard bridge added in 1892. Essex street, Cambridge street, North 
Harvard street and Western avenue bridges to Cambridge were transferred from 
Street Department, July 1, 1898. 

Commissioners of Cambridge Bridges before 1891. 

(West Boston, Canal and Prison Point.) 



Name of Document. 


Tor 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1871 

1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 


19 




12 


u ii 


16 


it it 


23 


n ii 


20 


it ti 


12 


u it 


10 


u it 


8 


it it 


12 


n ti 


8 


it ti 


15 


tt it 


15 


ti it 


19 


ii it 


8 


tt it 


12 


tt tt 


19 


it it 


25 


it it 


22 


tt u 


20 


tt ti 


* 







* Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part I., City Document, 
No. 1, 1891. 



Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name. 


Year. 


Board of Ferry Directors 

William J. Burke, Superintendent 


1870 

1891 

May 1, 1895 


1891 
May 1, 1895 
July 1, 1895 





Street Department. 



309 



Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name of Document. 


For 

Tear. 


Year 

Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
.1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1S87 
1888 
1SS9 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 


1S71 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
18S0 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
18S6 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1S91 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 


41 




55 ' 




81 


(> i- 


42 




65 


kk kk 


51 




53 


11 U 


49 


kk kk 


60 


U 11 


74 




77 


U I k 


72 




93 


11 Ik 


76 


It tt 


72 




28 


It k. 


12 


1. 11 


10 


kk kk 


3 


. 


4 






kk kk 


12 


, 


11 


kk k. 


11 
11 







"Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part I., City Document, 
No. 1, 1801. 



310 City Document No. 40. 

Street Department since 1891. 

Superintendent . 
Henry H. Carter, Member of American Society Civil Engineers. 

Resigned December 8, 1S94. 
Charles R. Cutter, Acting Superintendent from December 8, 1894, to January 14, 1895. 

Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 
Bertrand T. Wheeler, Superintendent from January 14, 1S95, to February 4, 1896. 

Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 

Benjamin W. Wells, Superintendent from February 4, 1896, to February 1, 1900. 

Bertranrl T. Wheeler, Superintendent from February 2, 1900, to November 25, 1901. 

Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 

Resigned November 25, 1901. 

William Jackson, Acting Superiyxtendent from November 25, 1901, to January 14, 1902. 

Member of American Society Civil Engineers. 

Guy C. Emerson, Deputy Superintendent in charge of the Department, from November 

25, 1901, to January 14, 1902. 

Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 

James Donovan, Superintendent from January 14, 1902, to January 2, 1906. 

Resigned January 2, 1906. 
Charles Logue, Acting Superintendent from January 2, 1906, to the present time. 



Bridge Division. — John A. McLaughlin, Deputy Superintendent until June 1, 

1895. 
Bridge Division. —John P. Wise, Deputy Superintendent from June 1, 1895, to 

February 14, 1896. 
Bridge Division. — William H. Carberry, Deputy Superintendent from February 14, 

1896, to February 3, 1900. 
Bridge Division. — Walter Reed, Deputy Superintendent from February 5, 1900, to 

January 22, 1902. 
Bridge Division. — Joseph P. Lomasney, Deputy Superintendent from January 22, 

1902, to December 30, 1905. Resigned December 30, 1905. 
Bridge Division. — Daniel J. Byrne, Acting Deputy Superintendent from January 

3, 1906, to the present time. 
Ferry Division. — Thomas Kellough, Deputy Superintendent from July 1, 1895, to 

February 14, 1896. 
Ferry Division. — William F. McClellan, Deputy Superintendent from February 

14, 1896, to February 3, 1900. 
Ferry Division. — Joseph J. Dennison, Deputy Superintendent from Februarys, 

1900, to January 22, 1902. 
Ferry Division. — William J. Donovan, Deputy Superintendent from January 22, 

1902, to January 2, 1906. Resigned January 2, 1906, and 

appointed Acting Deputy Superintendent from January 2, 

1906, to the present time. 
Paving Division. — Charles R. Cutter, Deputy Superintendent until January 24, 

1895. 
Paving Division. — Darius N. Payson, Deputy Superintendent from January 24, 

1895, to March 1, 1896. 
Paving Division.— John J. Kelly, Deputy Superintendent from March 1, 1896, to 

February 3, 1900. 
Paving Division.— Darius N. Payson, Deputy Superintendent from February 5, 

1900, to January 24, 1902. 
Paving Division. — Joshua Atwood, 3d, Acting Deputy Superintendent from Jan- 
uary 24, 1902, to March 26, 1902. 
Paving Division. — Henry V, Macksey, Deputy Superintendent from March 26, 

1902, to December 2, 1905. Resigned December 2, 1905. 



Street Department. 311 

Paving Division. — James H. Sullivan, Acting Deputy Superintendent from Decem- 
ber 2, 1905, to the present time. 

Sanitary Division. — George W. Forristall,* Deputy Superintendent. 

Sanitary Division. — Philip A.Jackson, Acting Deputy Superintendent from Jan- 
uary 16, 1894, to February 1, IS 95. 

Sanitarv Division. — Charles A. Young, Deputy Superintendent from February 1 , 
1S95, to March 1, 1896. 

Sanitary Division. — Patrick O'Shea, Deputy Superintendent from March 1, 1896, 
to February 3, 1900. 

Sanitary Division. — Charles A. Young, Depicty Superintendent from February 5, 
1900, to January 22, 1902. 

Sanitary Division. — Daniel P. Sullivan, Deputy Superintendent from January 22, 
1902, to January 2, 1906; resigned January 2, 1906, and 
appointed Acting Deputy Superintendent from January 2 
to the present time. 

Sewer Division. — Henry W. Sanborn, Deputy Superintendent until July 10, 1896 _ 
Member Philadelphia Society Civil Engineers. 

Sewer Division. — Charles R. Cutter, Deputy Superintendent from July 10, 1896, to 
February 3, 1900. 
Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 

Sewer Division. — Guy C. Emerson, Deputy Superintendent from February 5, 1900, 
to November 25, 1901, and from January 14 to Jan- 
uary 22, 1902. 
Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 

Sewer Division. — Henry W. Sanborn, Acting Deputy Superintendent from Novem- 
ber 25, 1901, to January 14, 1902. 
Member Philadelphia Society Civil Engineers. 
Sewer Division. — George Phillips, Deputy Superintendent from January 22, 1902, 
to January 2, 1906 ; resigned January 2, 1906, and appointed 
Acting Deputy Superintendent from January 2, 1906; 
resigned January 18, 1906. 
Sewer Division. — Edgar S. Dorr, Acting Deputy Superintendent from January 18, 
1906, to the present time. 
Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 
Street Cleaning Division. — Philip A. Jackson, Deputy Superintendent until 

March 22, 1895. 
Street Cleaning Division. — Benjamin M. Cram, Deputy Superintendent from 

March 22, 1895, to March 1, 1896. 
Street Cleaning Division. —Joshua Atwood, 3d, Deputy Superintendent from 

March 1, 1896, to February 3, 1900. 
Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 
Street Cleaning DIVISION.— Frank H. Haynes, Deputy Superintendent from 

February 5, 1900, to April 16, 1901; resigned 
April 16, 1901. 
Street Cleaning Division. — Frank C. Shepard, Deputy Superintendent from 

April 16, 1901, to January 22, 1902. 
Street Cleaning Division. — Joseph J. Norton, Deputy Superintendent from 

January 22, 1902, to January 2, 1906; resigned 
January 2, 1906, and appointed Acting Deputy 
Superintendent from January 2, 1906, to the 
present time. 
Street Watering Division. — M. Edward Libby, Deputy Superintendent from 

March 6, 1895, to March 1, 1896. 
Street Watering Division. — Thomas J. Finneran, Deputy Superintendent from 

March 1, 1896, to February 8, 1900, 

* Died January 12, 1894. 



312 



City Document No. 40. 



Street Watering Division. — Frederick Hammond, Deputy Superintendent from 

February 5, 1900, to January 22, 1902. 
Street Watering Division. — Ambrose Woods, Deputy Superintendent from Jan- 
uary 22, 1902, to January 2, 1906; resigned 
January 2, 1906, and appointed Acting Deputy 
Superintendent from January 2, 1906, to the 
present time. 
Boston and Cambridge Bridges. — Henry H.Carter, ex-officio, Commissioner for 

Boston, until December 8, 1894. 
Charles B. Cutter, ex-officio, Acting from 

December 8, 1894, to January 14, 1895. 
Betrand T. Wheeler, ex-offloio, from January 

14, 1895, to February 4, 1896. 
Benjamin W. Wells, from February 4,1896, to 
February 1, 1900; ex-officio, to May 26, 1898* 
Bertrand T. Wheeler, from February 2, 1900, 

to November 25, 1901. 
Guy C. Emerson, from November 25, 1901, 

to January 14, 1902. 
James Donovan, from January 14, 1902, to 

October 28, 1904. 
Joseph P. Lomasney, from October 28, 1904, 
to December 30, 1905; resigned December 30, 
1905. 
Charles Logue, from January 2, 1906, to the 

present time. 
William J. Marvin, Commissioner for Cam- 
bridge, t 
George M. Clukas, July 26, 1904, to the 
present time. 



* See Chap. 467, Acts of 1898. 



t Died July 22, 1904. 



Street Department. 



Name of Document. 


For 

Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Ann 


ual re] 


)ort, Exec 


utiveDept. Part II., 


1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 


1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 


36 

34 

34 

34 

29 

29 

34 

35 

38 

38 

38 

40 

40 

40 ■ 

40 



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