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ANNUAL REPORT 



Street Department 



YEAR 1906 



Compliments of 

James H. Doyle, 

Superintendent of Streets. 
PLEASE EXCHANGE. 



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BOSTON 

MUNICIPAL PRINTING OFFICE 

1907 




ANNUAL REPORT 



Street Department 



YEAR 1906 




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municipal Printing office 
1907 




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CONTENTS. 

Part I. 
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. 



Appropriations 1 

Area of Pavements 22 

Contracts 5 

Expenditures 2 

Expenditures, Recapitula- 
tion 3 



Financial Statement 3 

Financial Statement, Com- 
parison 4 

Organization 1 

Street Mileage 23 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER. 



(Page 3.) 



PAGE 

Areas and Coal Vaults 32 

Asphalting, Details of 7 

Asphalting, Trinidad 34 

Asphalting, Trinidad, Sum- 
mary 45 

Asphalting, Sicilian 46 

Asphalting, Sicilian, Sum- 
mary 51 

Asphalting, Seyssel Rock. . . 52 

Other Asphalts 52 

Summary of all Asphalts . . . 53 
Cost of Patching, 5 years : 

Trinidad 77 

Other Asphalts 82 

Seyssel Rock 86 

Sicilian Rock 83 

Assessments, Streets. . . . 11 

Bitulithic Pavement 10 



Streets Paved with Bitu- 
lithic 54 

Summary of Bitulithic. . . 57 

Bonds 31 

Electric Light Poles 32 

Emergency Permits 32 

Expenditures 16 

Expenditures, Detail of : 
Abolishment of Grade 

Crossings 20 

Atlantic Avenue, Exten- 
sion 20 

Atlantic Avenue, Recon- 
struction 20 

Cambridge Bridge 20 

Carleton Street 20 

Columbus Avenue, As- 
phalting 20 



IV 



Contents. 



Freeport Street Retaining 

Wall 20 

Northern Avenue and 

Sleeper Street 20 

Temple Street and Tunnel, 20 

Street Improvements 21 

Highways, Making of 27 

Expenditures, Objects of, 17 

Financial Statement 15 

Hassam Pavement 9 

Streets Paved with 

Hassam 60 

Income 16 

Inspectors 32 

New Brick Sidewalks .... 28 

New Edgestones 28 

Notices 31 

Output of Crushers 29 

Permits 30 

Property, in Charge of . . . 87 
Smooth Pavements under 

Guarantee : 

American Rock 71 



PAGE 

Bitulithic 72 

Hassam 71 

Trinidad 61 

Seyssel 71 

Sicilian Rock 68 

Wood Blocks 75 

Summary of all Smooth 

Pavements 60 

Street Numbering 33 

Street Openings 30 

Unfinished work from 

1905 19 

Wood Block Pavement. . . 9 
Streets Paved with Wood 

Blocks 58 

Summary of Wood Blocks, 59 
Work Done, General Law, 

Streets 6 

Work Done, Recapitula- 
tion 6 

Work in Charge of 3 



Appendix B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE FERRY DIVISION. 



Expenditures 

Expenditures since 1858. 
Difference of Travel .... 

Ferry-boats 

Financial Statement 

Balance Sheet 

Comparison of Balances 



(Page 


90.) 




PAGE 




PAGE 


100 


Receipts at each Ferry . . . 


100 


99 


Receipts, Comparison .... 


95 


102 


Locations of Ferries 


91 


92 


Recommendations 


90 


92 


Ticket Statement 


103 


94 


Total Travel 


102 


98 


Work Done 


90 



Contents. 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL 

WORK. 

(Page 104.) 



Alford-street Sea Wall 
Assessment, Streets. . . 
East Boston Eerries . . . 



PAGE 

104 
105 
104 



PAGE 

Miscellaneous 107 

Street Eailway Tracks 107 

Summer-street Bridge . 104 



Appendix D. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCUMENT 
NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 109.) 

PAGE 

Employees 112 



Street Department, 
City Hall, Boston, February 1, 1907. 

Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordinances the 
annual report of the operations and expenses of the Street 
Department for the year 1906 is respectfully submitted. 

In accordance with the recommendations made by you in 
your inaugural address, January 1, 1906, that the different 
divisions of the Street Department should be established as 
independent departments, an ordinance to amend chapter 38 
of the Revised Ordinances of 1898 was passed by the City 
Council and approved February 14, 1906. The ordinance 
provided that the Street Department should be made up of 
what was formerly the Paving and Feriy Divisions of the 
Street Department. 

The Ferry Division is now, as before, in charge of a 
Deputy Superintendent. 

A PPROPRI ATIONS. 

The amount of money appropriated for Street Department 
work for the past year was as follows : 

First. — Maintenance : From income of the city raised by 
taxes. Prior to the commencement of the financial year, 
February 1, the department estimates of the amounts neces- 
sary for the proper maintenance of the department are sub- 
mitted to His Honor the Mayor, who makes his recommenda- 
tions to the Citv Council. 



City Document No. 42. 



The maintenance appropriations, as passed by the City 
Council, were as follows : 



Street Department 
Ferry Division 

Total 



$900,000 00 
243,000 00 

$1,143,000 00 



Second. — Special work done under loan appropriations 
for permanent improvements. There was made available 
from loan money for new or construction work $900,000, 
as follows : 



Street Improvements 
Columbus Avenue, asphalting 

Total 



$750,000 00 
150,000 00 

$900,000 00 



Third. — Loans under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906, 
and chapter 323 of the Acts of 1891, and amendments 
thereto. Under authority of these acts the city is empow- 
ered to borrow money inside the debt limit. From the 
money so borrowed new streets, assessable on the abutting 
property, are built. The amount expended by the Street 
Department the past year was : 



Highways, making of 



>,376 34 



Fourth. — Appropriation received from the sale of a por- 
tion of Deer Island to be expended by the Street Department 
on account of 



Copley Square, betterment and relocation of 



$40,000 00 



The expenditures under the several appropriations' for the 
year 1906 were as follows : 

Maintenance 

Street Improvements 



Columbus Avenue, asphalting 
Coal-pocket, Ferry Division 
Highways, making of . . 
Street Department, Special appropriations 



$1,202,734 68 

739,139 87 

120,931 13 

25,000 00 

66,376 34 

35,207 70 



Total 



!, 189,389 72 



Street Department. 



Recapitulation of Expenditures for the Twelve Months ending 
January 31, 1907. 



Object of Appropriation. 



Current 
Expenses. 



Special Ap- 
propriations. 



Totals. 



Street Department 

Ferry Division , 

Street Improvements 

Highways, making of 

Columbus avenue, asphalting 

Coal-pocket, Ferry Division 

Atlantic avenue, reconstruction 

Atlantic avenue, extension 

Abolishment of Grade Crossings 

Cambridge Bridge 

Carleton street 

Freeport street, retaining wall 

Northern avenue and Sleeper street. 



$937,270 85. 
265,463 83 



Temple street, Ward 23, bridge and tunnel 
under railroad tracks 



$739,139 87 

66,376 34 

120,931 13 

25,000 00 

10,152 66 

920 37 

15 00 

607 15 

594 04 

6,795 30 

2,432 50 

13,690 68 



$937,270 85 

265,463 83 

739,139 87 

66,376 34 

120,931 13 

25,000 00 

10,152 66 

920 37 

15 00 

607 15 

594 04 

6,795 30 

2,432 50 

13,690 68 



Totals. 



$1,202,734 68 



,655 04 $2,189,389 72 



Financial Statement of the Street Department Appropriation, 
February 1, 1906, to January 31, 1907. 

Maintenance. 



Appropriation. 


Appropria- 
tions and 
Transfers 
during 1906. 


Revenue. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expendi- 
tures for the 
Twelve 
Months 
ending 
Jan. 31, 1907. 




$935,747 25 
265,463 83 


$1,523 60 


$937,270 85 
265,463 83 


$937,270 85 










Totals 


$1,201,211 08 


$1,523 60 


$1,202,734 68 


$1,202,734 68 





1 Appropriation $900,000 00 

Transferred from Mayor 24,484 62 

Transferred from House of Correction 11,262 63 

Appropriation $243,000 00 

Transferred from Street Cleaning and Watering Depart 

ment 

Transferred from Treasury Department 

Transferred from Registry Department 

Transferred from Wire Department 

Transferred from Soldiers' Relief Department 

Transferred from Law Department 





$935,747 25 


$243,000 00 




15,000 00 




2,036 91 




797 24 




2,334 16 




1,239 24 




1,056 28 






$265,463 83 



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Spruce Lumber. 



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G. Fuller & Son 


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Leasing Ledge Lots. 



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James W. Kenney.. 

Thomas Minton 

W. J. Wilcox et als, 


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Dec. 29, 1906.. 


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Thomas F. Welch 


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Street Mileage. 

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Note. — In the above table the city is sub-divided substantially on the boundary 
lines between the districts as they existed when annexed to Boston. Territory 
annexed from Brookline is included in City Proper. 

1 Of this amount 0.16 miles= asphalt blocks. 

2 Of this amount 16.33 miles = granite block paving on concrete base. 

3 Of this amount 0.03 miles = Hassam pavement. 

4.71 miles of public alleys, laid out under chapter 298 of the Acts of 1898, included 
in this table. 

6.80 miles of public streets in charge of Park Department included in this table. 
In addition to this table there are 0.85 miles accepted foot passageways. 

There have been laid out and accepted by the Street Com- 
missioners, during the year, 6.076 linear miles of public 
streets ; corrections to previous measurements, on account 
of revision and other causes, show an increase of 1.164 miles, 
making a total net increase of 7.24 miles. 

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



Miles. 

1859 111.50 

1871 201.32 

1872 207.40 

1873 209.24 

1874 313.90 

1875 318.58 

1876... 327.50 

1877 333.20 

1878 340.39 

1879 345.19 

1880 350.54 

1881 355.50 

1882 359.85 



Miles. 

1883 367.99 

1884 374.10 

1885 379.60 

1886 383.55 

1887 390.30 

1888 392.72 

1889 397.84 

1890 404.60 

1891 409.60 

1892 ...434.59 

1893 443.34 

1894 447.65 

1895 452.12 



Miles. 

1896 456.11 

1897 459.12 

1898 471.19 

1899 479.47 

1900 489.55 

1901..... 491.85 

1902 496.90 

1903 499.85 

1904 500.39 

1905 502.20 

1906 502.80 

1907 510.O4 



Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Doyle, 

Superintendent of Streets. 



PART II. 



APPENDICES 



PAGES i TO 112. 



APPENDIX A. 



REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER. 



Room 44, City Hall, Boston, February 1, 1907. 

Hon. James H. Doyle, 

Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — The annual report of the expenditures and 
income of the Street Department for the financial year 
ending January 31, 1907, is herewith submitted, showing 
the nature of the work, the number and variety of permits 
issued, and the details of expenditures involved in paving, 
macadamizing, regulating and constructing various streets. 

Respectfully yours, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Executive Engineer. 



The Street Department 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 Department. 

The Department is in charge of the Superintendent of 
Streets, with a clerical force under the direction of a Chief 
Clerk, and an engineering force under the supervision of 
a Chief Engineer. 

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 



4 City Document No. 42. 

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. 

The past year has been one of great activity, the amount 
of work completed comparing favorably with that of former 
years, especially in the outlying sections. A great deal 
remains to be done not only on the macadam streets, but also 
on paved streets, in Order that they may be put in proper 
condition. The most important work was the reconstruction 
of the following streets : 

Washington street, from Beach street to Milk street, was 
resurfaced with wood block pavement on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base. On account of the work done in connec- 
tion with the building of the subway, this section of Washington 
street was rendered entirely unfit for the travel to which it is 
subjected. The business interests in this part of the city 
demanded that proper facilities be provided for the transportation 
of goods as well as for the accommodation of the general public. 
On account of the noiseless character of the pavement and its 
cleanly appearance, together with the fact that it had given entire 
satisfaction in those streets paved with it, wood block was decided 
the most suitable pavement for this so-called " shopping district." 
These wooden blocks are a gum wood treated with a preservative. 
They are laid with a close joint, presenting a smooth surface and 
comparing favorably with other smooth pavements. The surface 
is impervious to water, thereby improving the sanitary conditions 
of the street. The Boston Elevated Railway Company rebuilt its 
tracks in connection with the paving work. The rails are of the 
latest and heaviest pattern, and the ties are laid on a continuous 
concrete girder. This is the most advanced form of street rail- 
road construction, and is expected to increase the durability of 
the rail and obviate the necessity of frequent repairs. 

Columbus avenue, from the bridge over the Boston & Albany 
Railroad to Station street, a distance of about 7,950 linear feet, 
was resurfaced with asphalt. The condition of this avenue has 
been a constant source of complaint for many years. The asphalt 
had been laid for from fifteen to twenty years, and the constant 
wear and tear of heavy teaming rendered its condition worse from 
year to year. The repairs have been very extensive and at a very 
great expense. On account of the grade of the tracks, which 
was low, water instead of being carried off remained on the street, 
resulting in an unsightly appearance. This condition has been 
remedied by regulating the track locations. This also necessitated 
the building up of the old concrete base with Portland cement 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 5 

concrete to the proper sub-grade. The upper part of the avenue 
was built after the Roxbury fire and was located over old cellars, 
etc., thus requiring considerable filling, especially from Camden 
street to Walpole street. This filling naturally settled, affecting 
the surface of the street. 

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

Under the provisions of chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906, 
there was one (1) street completed and five (5) streets par- 
tially completed. 

Bennington street, from Orleans street to Moore street,* is 
under construction, and will be completed early in the coming 
season. This section when finished will practically complete the 
boulevard from Prescott street to the Eevere town line. 

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 four years ago, and 
has given great satisfaction, 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 : 

Huntington avenue, from Dartmouth street to bridge over the 
Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Florence street, between Washington street and Harrison 
avenue. 

Garden-court street, from North square to Fleet street. 

Moon street, from Fleet street, about 106 feet southwesterly. 

North square, from North street to Moon street. 

Prince street, from Hanover street to North square. 

Berkeley street, between Tremont street and Columbus avenue. 

Roxbury. 

Woodcliff street, from Blue Hill avenue to Dacia street. 
Bacia street, from Dove street across Woodcliff street. 
Blue Hill avenue, from Dewey street to Savin street. 
Blue Hill avenue, between Brunswick street and Devon street. 

The department force has been employed during the year 
in repairing and •resurfacing streets, and about 37 miles, or 
507,700 square yards, of streets have been resurfaced. 



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City Document No. 42. 



The amount of work done by the department during the 
past year is as follows : 



Edgestones set and reset 

Concrete base laid . 

1 Grranite 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 
base, with gravel joints 

Granite flagging laid, on a gravel 
with gravel joints 

Bitnlithic pavement laid 

Asphalt laid on a concrete base 

Asphalt surface laid 

Wood block pavement laid 

Hassam pavement laid . 

Brick sidewalks laid 

Crushed stone sidewalks laid -. 

Artificial stone sidewalks laid 

Telford base placed 

Macadam surface placed 

Artificial stone curbing laid 

Coal tar concrete sidewalk laid 

Brick gutters laid . 



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44,204 square yards. 

35,288 " 

2,228 " 

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14,535 " 

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29 linear feet. 
3,716 square yards. 

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The following is a description of the most important work 
done during the year. This was under the supervision of 
the Chief Engineer : 

Paving. 

Atlantic avenue, westerly side, between Broad street and Com- 
mercial street, was finished early in the year. This work was 
done under contract by Robert Eagar, who commenced work last 
year and completed the roadway, with the exception of that part 
of the avenue between Milk street and Commercial street. It is 
paved with large granite blocks on a Poi'tland cement concrete 
base, with pitch and pebble joints. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a concrete base with cement grout joints. 

Berkeley street, between the bridge abutments of the old bridge 
over the Providence division of the New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad, was repaved under contract by Philip Doherty, 
who also did the regulating. The old paving blocks were relaid 
on a gravel base with gravel joints. The former surface was the 
same. 

Congress street, from Fort Point Channel to the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, was paved under contract by 



Includes 2,676 square yards laid on a cement mortar bed. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 7 

James Doberty, who also did the excavating and regulating, with 
large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete base, 
with pitch and pebble joints. The old paving blocks were hauled 
to Old Colony avenue by the contractor. The former surface 
was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

C street, from West First street to about 1,030 feet north- 
easterly, was paved with granite blocks on a gravel base, with 
gravel joints, by William H. Glenn, under contract, who also did 
the excavating and regulating. C street, from this point across 
Fargo street, was also paved by William H. G-lenn, with granite 
blocks on a gravel base. The former surface was gravel. 

Essex street, Charlestown, from Rutherford avenue to Hancock 
square, was paved with large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland 
cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints. The work 
was done under contract by William J. Rafferty, who also did the 
excavating and regulating. The old gutter blocks were hauled by 
the contractor to the Medford-street yard. The former surface 
was macadam. 

Hawley street, between Franklin and Summer streets, was 
paved with large granite blocks on a 6-inch Portland cement con- 
crete base, with pitch and pebble joints. The work was done 
under contract by Jeremiah J. McCarthy, who also did the regu- 
lating. The old paving blocks were hauled to the Massachusetts 
avenue lot by the contractor. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a gravel base, with gravel joints. 

/Sleeper street, between Congress street and the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad tracks, was repaved on a 
gravel base with gravel joints. The work was done under contract 
by the Hugh Nawn Contracting Company. On account of the 
immense amount of traffic on this street it was necessary to do 
the work of repaving at night. 



Asphalt. 

Berkeley street (easterly roadway), from Boylston street to 
Providence street, was resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving 
Company under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, with 
one and one-half (1^) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing sur- 
face and one and one-half (1^) inches of bituminous concrete 
binder upon the existing concrete base, which was brought to 
within three (3) inches of the finished surface of the roadway 
with Portland cement concrete. 

Brimmer street, betwen Byron street and Chestnut street, was 
resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company under a ten 
(10) years' maintenance guarantee, with one and one-half (1^) 
inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, and one and one-half 
(1£) inches of bituminous concrete binder, upon the existing 
concrete base, which was cleaned off and brought to within three 
(3) inches of the finished surface of the roadway, with Portland 
cement concrete. 



8 City Document No. 42. 

Columbus avenue, from the bridge over the Boston & 
Albany Railroad to the north side of Camden street, about 4,087 
linear feet, was resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany, under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, 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 the existing concrete base, which was cleaned off and brought 
to within three (3) inches of the finished surface of the roadway, 
with Portland cement concrete. The track location, 17^ feet in 
width, was paved with large granite blocks on a Portland cement 
concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, and was paid for by 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The track brows were 
laid on a cement mortar bed, and the crosswalks were laid on a 
concrete base with pitch and pebble joints. The Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company also did the paving and regulating. 

Columbus avenue, from the north side of Camden street to 
about 60 feet north of Station street, a distance of about 3,860 
linear feet, was resurfaced by the Boston Asphalt Company, 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, with one and 
one-half (1^) inches of Berrnudez asphalt and one and one-half (1£) 
inches of bituminous concrete binder, laid on the existing con- 
crete base, which was cleaned off and brought to within three (3) 
inches of the finished surface of the roadway, with Portland 
cement concrete. This company also did the paving and regu- 
lating. The track location was paved with large granite blocks 
on a Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, 
and was paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
The track brows were laid on a cement mortar bed, and the 
crosswalks were laid on a concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints. 

JEustis street, at the Albert Palmer School, 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, by the Barber Asphalt 
Paving Company, under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 
This company also did the paving and regulating. The track 
area was paved with large granite blocks on a 6 -inch Portland 
cement concrete base with pitch and pebble joints and was paid 
for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The former sur- 
face was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Joiner street, between Park and Chelsea streets, was paved by 
the Barber Asphalt Paving Company, under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee, 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. The city did the excavating and regu- 
lating. The former surface was macadam. 

_5T street, between East Fourth and East Sixth streets, was 
paved with one and one-half (1£) inches American rock asphalt 
wearing surface and one and one-half (l£) inches of asphaltic 
cement concrete binder laid on a 6-inch Portland cement concrete 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 9 

base, by Jones & Meehan, under a ten (10) years' maintenance 
guarantee. Jones & Meehan also did the regulating. The 
former surface was macadam. 

Lynn street, between Thacher and Cooper streets, was paved 
with one and oneJialf (l£) 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, who also did the regulating. The former 
surface was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Palmer street, at the Albert Palmer School, 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, who also did the regulating. The old paving blocks 
were hauled to the Dimock-street crusher. The former surface 
was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Wood Block Pavement. 

Washington street, between Beach and Milk streets, a distance 
of about 2,285 linear feet, was paved with wood block, by the 
United States Wood Preserving Company, under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee. The portion at the intersections of 
Boylston street and Essex street was paved with granite 
blocks on a Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints. The wood block is laid on a 6-inch Port- 
land cement concrete base, over which is spread a bed of 
cement mortar \ inch in thickness. On this mortar surface, 
spread smooth and to the proper crown and grade, the 
wooden blocks are laid with the grain of the wood vertical 
and courses parallel and firmly bedded in the mortar bed, with as 
tight joints as possible. These joints are filled with cement grout. 
The blocks were laid with a cushion joint of asphalt at the curb 
and crosswalks to allow for expansion. These wooden blocks 
are made from " Virginia gum tree wood " and are 3£ inches in 
depth, from six (6) to ten (10) inches in length and four (4) 
inches wide, and are treated with an antiseptic and waterproof 
mixture. The track area was paid for by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. The setting of the eclgestones and the regu- 
lating of the sidewalks was done under the supervision of the 
Transit Commission and was paid for by them. The former 
pavement was granite blocks on a concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints. 

Hassam Pavement. 

This is a patent pavement composed of crushed stone and 
Portland cement grout. It is laid six (6) inches deep, four 
inches of which is composed of No. 1 crushed stone, well 



10 City Document No. 42. 

rolled and treated with two coats of Portland cement grout. 
Upon this foundation there is spread one and one-half (1|) 
inches of No. 2 crushed stone, well rolled and treated with 
two layers of cement grout, after which it is again rolled and 
J-inch coat of creamy grout, made of equal parts of cement, 
sand and screenings, is spread over the surface. An expansion 
joint of asphalt is made along the line of the curbstone and 
also at intervals across the street, not more than one hundred 
(100) feet apart. This pavement was laid by Simpson Bros. 
Corporation, under a five (5) years' maintenance guarantee, in 
Main street, from the Boston & Maine Railroad bridge to the 
Somerville line. As that portion of Main street in Somer- 
ville had already been paved with Hassam pavement, it was 
deemed advisable to lay the same pavement on that portion 
between the Somerville line and the Boston & Maine Rail- 
road bridge. The contractor also did the excavating and 
regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

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 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee by the Warren 
Bros. Company, in the following streets : 

Blue Hill avenue, from Dewey street to Savin street. The 
excavating and regulating was done by the contractor. The exca- 
vated material was hauled to the Dimock-street crusher. The 
track area was repaved with granite blocks on a Portland cement 
concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, and was paid for by 
the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The track brows were 
laid on a cement mortar bed. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Blue Hill avenue, between Brunswick and Devon streets. 
The excavating and regulating was done by the contractor. The 
excavated material was hauled to the Dimock-street crusher. 
The track area was repaved with granite blocks on a Portland 
cement concrete base with pitch and pebble joints, and was paid 
for by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The track brows 
were laid on a cement mortar bed. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Berkeley street, between Tremont street and Columbus avenue. 
The excavating and regulating was done by the contractor. The 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 11 

old paving blocks were hauled to the Massachusetts avenue lot 
by the contractor. The track area was paved with large granite 
blocks on a Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, and was paid for by the Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany. The track brows were laid on a cement mortar bed. The 
work on this street is practically completed and will be finished 
early in the coming season. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Dacia street, from Dove street across Woodcliff street. The 
contractor did the excavating and regulating. The excavated 
materials were hauled to the Dimock-street crusher by the con- 
tractor. The former surface was macadam. 

Florence street, between Washington street and Harrison 
avenue. The contractor did the excavating and regulating. 
The former surface was asphalt blocks on a concrete base. 

Garden-court street, from North square to Fleet street. The 
contractor did the excavating and regulating. The old paving 
blocks were hauled to the Revere-street yard by the contractor. 
The former surface was granite blocks on a gravel base with 
gravel joints. 

Huntington avenue, from Dartmouth street to bridge over the 
Boston & Albany Railroad. The contractor did the excavating 
and regulating. The old paving blocks were hauled to the 
Kenney-street crusher by the contractor. The track area was 
paved with large granite blocks on a Portland cement concrete 
base, with pitch and pebble joints, and was paid for by the 
Boston Elevated Railway Company. The track brows were laid 
on a cement mortar bed. The former surface was macadam. 

Moon street, from Fleet street about 106 feet southwesterly. 
The contractor did the excava'ting and regulating, and hauled the 
old paving blocks to the Revere-street yard. The former surface 
was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

North square, from North street to Moon street. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and regulating, and hauled the old 
paving blocks to the Revere-street yard. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Prince street, from Hanover street to North square. The con- 
tractor did the excavating and regulating and hauled the old 
paving blocks to the Revere-street yard. The former surface 
was granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Woodcliff street, from Blue Hill avenue to Dacia street. The 
contractor did the excavating and regulating and hauled the old 
gutter blocks to the Dimock-street crusher. The former surface 
was macadam. 



Assessment Streets. 

The following streets have been constructed under the 
provisions of chapter "323" of the Acts of 1891, and the 
acts in amendment thereof or in addition thereto: 



12 City Document No. 42. 

Bennington street, between Orleans and Moore streets, is 
about 1,684 feet long. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded to James Doherty, August 6, 1906. Work was 
begun August 14, 1906, and suspended December 22, 1906. 
The roadway consists of an 8-inch Telford base, covered with 
four (4) inches of macadam surface and three (3) feet granite 
block gutters. The sidewalks are twenty feet wide, twelve feet 
loam and the balance brick. The Telford base, crushed stone for 
macadam and the loam were furnished by the contractor. The 
edgestone, flagging, bricks and granite blocks were furnished by 
the city on the work. Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Jersey street, from Brookline avenue to Audubon road, is 
about 1,863 feet long. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded to Robert Eagar, August 23, 1906. Work was 
begun September 6, 1906, and suspended December 12, 1906. 
It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with three (3) feet vitrified 
brick gutters. The sidewalks are 12 feet wide, 7 feet 6 inches 
loam and 7 feet 6 inches cracked stone, overlapping the loam 
space 3 feet. The loam was furnished by the contractor. The 
vitrified bricks and the granite paving blocks were furnished by 
the city on the work. The edgestone, flagging and crushed stone 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. Work 
will be resumed early in the spring. 

Queensberry street, from Audubon road to Audubon road, is 
about 1,763 feet long. The contract for constructing this street 
was awarded to William J. Barry, August 22, 1906. Work was 
begun August 31, 1906, and suspended December 7, 1906. It is 
a 6-inch macadam roadway with vitrified brick gutters. The side- 
walks are 12 feet wide, consisting of 7 feet 6 inches of loam and 
7 feet 6 inches of cracked stone, 'overlapping the loam 3 feet. 
The loam was furnished by the contractor. The vitrified bricks 
and the granite paving blocks were furnished by the city on the 
work. The edgestone, flagging and crushed stone were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. Work will be resumed 
early in the spring. 

Rowe street, between Ashland and Seymour streets, is about 
478 feet long. The contract for constructing this street was 
awarded to William L. Dolan, August 14, 1906. Work was 
begun August 27, 1906, and completed October 6, 1906. It is a 
6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone sidewalks. The 
paving blocks and crushed stone were furnished by the city on the 
site of the work. The edgestones and flagging were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. 

Bradshaw street, between Esmond and Charlotte streets, is 
about 270 feet long. The contract for edgestone and gutter con- 
struction was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch, October 5, 1906. 
Work was begun November 1, 1906, and completed November 
24, 1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone 
sidewalks. The macadam roadway was built and the sidewalks 
surfaced by the Street Department, the balance of the work being- 
done by the contractor. The straight edgestone and flagging were 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 13 

furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular 
edgestone and paving blocks were furnished by the city on the 
work. 

The following streets were constructed under chapter 
« 393 " of the Acts of 1906 : 

Lorraine street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue, is 
about 844 feet long. The contract for, constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to William L. Dolan, October 3, 1906. 
Work was begun October 15, 1906, and suspended November 22, 
1906. The street has been left in a passable condition for the 
winter. Work will be resumed in the spring, and the street com- 
pleted during the coming season. This street is of a type differ- 
ing somewhat from the usual construction of a 40-foot street. 
The 6-inch macadam road surface is 19 feet in width, with 4-foot 
dish gutters on both sides. The edgestones have been omitted, 
except at street corners and on a small portion where an artificial 
stone sidewalk was already laid. The sidewalks will be 6 \ feet 
in width, 4£ feet of which will be laid with artificial stone, and 
1$ feet loam space, which will be seeded. This type is to be 
recommended for suburban residential streets, as it is pleasing 
in appearance and of less cost than the usual construction. 

Longfellow street, from Topliff street to Draper street, is about 
1,035 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Robert Eagar, October 27, 1906. 
Work was begun November 5, 1906, and suspended December 3, 
1906. The edgestones were set and the gutters paved this year. 
The street has been left in a passable condition for the winter. 
Work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Meredith street, from Clement avenue to Kenneth street, is 
about 567 feet long. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Welch, October 3, 1906. 
Work was begun October 27, 1906, and suspended December 4, 
1906. ' It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with dish gutters 4 feet 
wide. The sidewalks are 9 feet wide, 4 feet 6 inches of grano- 
lithic, 3 feet 6 inches loam planting space, and one foot of 
block hip gutters. The crushed stone for the macadam roadway 
was furnished by the city, and the loam and sod for the planting 
spaces were furnished by the contractor. The granite blocks for 
the gutters were furnished by the city on the work. Work will 
be resumed in the spring. 

Milwood street, from Adams street to Milton street, is about 
755 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch, October 3,. 1906. 
Work was begun October 15, 1906, and suspended December 19, 
1906. The edgestones were set, the gutters paved and the 6-inch 
macadam placed in the roadway this year. The street has been 
left in a passable condition for the winter. The street will be 
completed early in the coming season. 



14 City Document No. 42. 

Rosemary street, from South street to the Old Colony Railroad 
land, is about 520 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to James W. O'Brien, Sep- 
tember 29, 1906. Work was begun October 22, 1906, and 
completed November 30, 1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway 
with crushed stone sidewalks. The edgestones and flagging were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving 
blocks were furnished by the city on the work. 

The following streets were built under the general law and 
are assessable only for edgestones and brick sidewalks : 

Evans street, from Nelson street to Capen street, is about 630 
feet in length. The contract for contsructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to W. H. Grose & Co., August 28, 1906. 
Work was begun August 29, 1906, and completed October 16, 
1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone side- 
walks. The edgestones, flagging and crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving- 
blocks were furnished by the city on the work. 

Maxwell street, between Nelson and Capen streets, is about 640 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to W. H. Grose & Co., September 19, 1906. 
Work was begun September 22, 1906, and completed November 
5, 1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone 
sidewalks. The edgestones, flagging for crosswalks and crushed 
stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The paving blocks were furnished by the city on the work. 

Nelson street, between Norfolk and Evans streets, is about 
565 feet long. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to W. H. Grose & Co., July 17, 1906. 
Work was begun July 23, 1906, and completed September 13, 
1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone side- 
walks, except about 100 square yards, which was paved with 
brick. The edgestones, flagging and crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving 
blocks were furnished by the city on the work. 

Nelson street, from Evans street to Selden street, is about 475 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to W. H. Grose & Co., November 2, 1906. 
Work was begun November 8, 1906, and completed December 3, 
1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with crushed stone side- 
walks. The edgestones, flagging and crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving 
blocks were furnished by the city on the work. 

Washington street, from Ashmont street to Armandine street, 
is about 320 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch, August 
22, 1906. Work was begun September 5, 1906, and completed 
November 17, 1906. It is a 6-inch macadam roadway with car 
tracks, except that a part of the roadway from Ashmont street to 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 15 

about 200 feet southerly, on the easterly side, is paved with 
granite blocks from rail to curb. The tracks were set to grade 
and the track locations paved by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Compan}'. The 6-inch macadam roadway and sidewalk surfacing 
were done by the city, the balance of the work being done by the 
contractor. The edgestones were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The paving blocks and flagging were 
furnished by the city on the work. 

Washington street, from Euclid street to Ashmont street, is 
about 1,250 feet in length. The contract for excavating, setting 
edgestone and paving gutters and sidewalks was awarded to 
Daniel E. Lynch, September 17, 1906. Work was begun 
September 18, 1906, and completed November 3, 1906. It is a 
6-inch macadam roadway with car tracks. The tracks were set 
to grade and the track locations paved by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. The macadam roadway and the resurfacing 
of the crushed stone sidewalks were done by the city. The edge- 
stones, paving blocks and flagging were furnished by the city on 
the work. 

Freeport-street Wall, at the estate of Mary A. Regan, on 
Freeport street. The contract for constructing this wall was 
taken away from John H. Broderick, on January 25, 1906, owing 
to his failure to complete it within the time specified in his contract, 
and the work was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch on February 16, 
1906. He began work on April 17, 1906, and completed August 
16, 1906. Upon the completion of the work an additional con- 
tract was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch for erecting an iron fence 
on the wall. This wall is of the same general characteristics as 
the walls previously built on this street, being an extension of 
the same. It is a mortar wall, about 350 feet in length and 
averaging about 7 feet in height. The building of this wall 
necessitated the relocating and the rebuilding of a part of the 
public bath house, and this work was also done by Daniel E. 
Lynch. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Maintenance . ' . . . $900,000 00 

Amount collected for repairs 

made by Street Department 

for different companies . . 1,523 60 

Amount transferred from various 

appropriations . . . 35,747 25 



937,270 85 
Expenditures from February 1 , 1906, to January 

31, 1907 $937,270 85 



16 



City Document No. 42. 



Street Improvements. 

Amount of loans . . . $750,000 00 

Amount collected for repairs 
made by Street Department 
for different companies, etc., 23,233 64 

Transferred from the following 
appropriations : 

Cottage-street bridge, recon- 
struction . ' . . 420 79 
Maiden bridge . . . 2,313 75 
Carleton street . ... 2,370 45 
Atlantic avenue, reconstruc- 
tion .... 4,241 55 

.Unexpended balance, February 1, 1906 



Expenditures from February 1, 1906, to Jan- 
uary 31, 1907 . ... 

Unexpended balance, January 31, 1907 



$782,580 16 
67 50 

$782,647 66 

739,139 87 

$43,507 79 



Total Expenditures. 

Maintenance appropriation, Street Department 
Street improvements ' . 
Abolishment of grade crossings 
Atlantic avenue, extension 
Atlantic avenue, reconstruction 
Cambridge bridge 
Carleton street 
Columbus avenue, asphalting 
Freeport street, retaining wall . 
Highways, making of 
Northern avenue and Sleeper street 
Temple street, Ward 23, bridge and tunnel under 
railroad tracks 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited 
with the City Collector from February 1, 1906, 
on account of the Street Department for edge- 
stone and sidewalk assessments 

Amount paid into the City Treasury during the 
year on account of edgestone and sidewalk 
assessments ... 



$937,270 85 

739,139 87 

15 00 

920 37 

10,152 6Q 

607 15 

594 04 

120,931 13 

6,795 30 

66,376 34 

2,432 50 

13,690 68 

,898,925 89 



$13,266 43 



$10,451 88 



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18 



City Document No. 42. 



SCHEDULE A. 

Salaries of superintendent and office employees 

Salaries of permit office employees 

Salaries of inspectors . 

Salaries of engineering force 

Engineering supplies . 

Holidays .... 

Furniture .... 

Signs and numbers 

Gas and electric lighting 

Medical attendance on injured employees 

Pay allowed injured employees 

Printing and stationery 

Wharfage and rent 

Taxes .... 

Fuel and oil ... 

Telephone service 

Tools, new, and cost of repairing, etc. 

Veterinary services 

Stoves, piping, and repairs, etc. 

Street cleaning 

Repairing asphalt pavement 

Artificial stone sidewalks, rebates allowed and re 

pairs .... 
Edgestones and sidewalks, new 
Fences and plankwalks, new 
Crossings, repairing 
Crossings, new . 
Repairing over sewer trench 
Sanding icy streets 
Oatmeal .... 
Travelling expenses, including car tickets, etc. 
Electrical appliances, labor, stock, etc. 
Expense of central office of Street Department 
Rent of towels 
Derrick repairs, etc. 
Snow dump on Dorchester avenue 
Executions of court and damages 
Messenger service 
Repairing bulkhead at L street 
Steam rollers and scarifier . 
Reo touring car . 
Proportional share of cost of Mayor's touring car 
Boiler insurance . 
Ice ..... 
Building shed for steam roller at East Eagle-street 

yard ...... 

Repairing buildings at Highland-street yard 



$18,994 81 

10,001 96 

27,113 53 

25,442 74 

424 95 

62,739 14 

199 00 

10,582 73 

690 46 

585 25 

2,207 33 

7,276 44 

10,384 52 

342 64 

2,837 55 

1,755 25 

29,804 29 

1,771 50 

144 82 

92,747 47 

10,345 29 

7,912 10 

15,830 59 

611 29 

17,246 98 

3,629 90 

925 22 

535 85 

■225 00 

1,334 05 

2,139 35 

3,610 42 
128 40 
410 26 
453 50 

1,432 88 
299 73 

2,170 10 
14,250 00 

1,175 00 
500 00 
698 00 
115 82 

104 12 
1,587 00 



Carried forward . 



$393,717 23 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 19 



Brought forward ..... 

Repairing buildings at Mt. Vernon-street yard. 

Building new shed and repairing buildings at South 
yard ........ 

Painting shed at Medford-street yard . 

Shanties, repairing, etc. ..... 

Repairs to offices, stables, sheds, etc. . 

Expenses of yards and stables, in- 
cluding care of horses, repairs to 
carts, harnesses, etc. . . $211,093 36 

Less amount earned by department 

teams . . . . . 82,252 42 

Stone crushers, net cost of maintenance 
Steam rollers, net cost of maintenance . 
Repairing sea wall at Alford street, Charlestown 
Stock, including handling and teaming 
Repairing retaining wall on Porter street 
Grading yard at Medford street 
Advertising- 
Materials sold to individuals 
Extra postage 
Removing night soil 
Newspapers, magazines, etc. 
Expressage 
Ensigns 

Remington typewriter . 
Constable bond . 
Expense looking up claims . 
Sundries .... 



,717 23 
2,148 50 

2,573 70 
293 00 
439 98 

8,614 10 



128,840 94 

1,435 56 

2,149 45 

1,000 00 

36,626 72 

303 17 

939 80 

42 09 

x 232 07 

22 18 

96 00 

118 77 

16 75 

11 50 

87 75 
15 00 
40 60 

88 99 



179,853 85 



SCHEDULE B. 
Street Work. Unfinished Work from 1905. 

Albany street, from Massachusetts avenue, north- 
erly $27 20 

A llston street, at Commonwealth avenue . . 510 00 

Bicker staff street, Haviland street to Norway street, 505 00 

Blackstone street, Hanover to Cross street . . 321 10 

Canterbury street, Morton to Walk Hill street . 45 00 

Centre street, Baker street to the Dedham line . 323 00 

Chestnut avenue, Boylston to Paul Gore street . 201 50 

Clarendon street, Beacon to Boylston street . 3 20 

East First street, I to L street .... 483 10 



Carried forvmrd 



!,419 10 



1 $192.16 paid into City Treasury. 



20 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 

Freeport street ...... 

It street, East First street northerly to the water line. 
La Grange street, Washington to Robin street 
Mt. Pleasant avenue, Dudley to Vine street . 
N street, East Sixth street to Columbia road 
Park square, at Pleasant street . 
Pope street, Curtis to Moore street 
Proctor street, Massachusetts avenue to Norfoll 
avenue . . . . . • 

Spencer street, Wheatland avenue to Park street 
Tyler street, Beach street to Broadway extension, 



$2,419 


10 


109 


00 


886 


09 


224 


00 


60 


50 


215 


50 


64 


00 


924 


00 


739 


50 


15 


76 


, 10 


53 



Streets Resurfaced. 

Canterbury street, Blue Hill avenue to Morton street, 
Chelsea street, East Eagle street to the Chelsea 

bridge ....... 

Clayton place, from Magazine street 

Gardner street, Baker street to railroad, plankwalk 

Hartland street, from Saxton street 

Havre street, from Maverick street 325 feet east 

erly, artificial stone sidewalks- . 
Hunter street, Bunker Hill to Vine street 
London street, from Maverick street 325 feet east 

erly, artificial stone sidewalks . . . 

Preble street, Vinton street to Columbia road 
Samoset street, Welles avenue to Roselancl street 
Tamworth street, La Grange to Boylston street 
Welles avenue, Talbot avenue to Samoset street 



887 13 



2,531 


30 


366 


11 


, 583 


66 


116 


22 


480 


50 


292 


25 


926 


00 


1,385 


74 


187 


26 


253 


70 


821 


94 


$14,499 


79 



Detail of Expenditures under Special Appropriations. 



Abolishment of grade crossings (Dudley street) 

Atlantic avenue, extension ..... 

Atlantic avenue, reconstruction, Broad to Commer- 
cial street ....... 

Cambridge bridge . . . . 

Carlton street ....... 

Columbtis avenue, asphalting . . . 

Freeport street, retaining wall .... 

Northern avenue and Sleeper street 

Temple street, Ward 23, bridge and tunnel under 
railroad tracks ....... 

Total .... . 



2 $15 00 
*920 37 

10,152 66 

2 607 15 

*594 04 

120,931 13 

2 7,834 64 

1 2,432 50 

13,690 68 



$157,178 17 



1 Work done for Engineering Department. 

2 Includes $1,039.34 charged to Street Improvements. 

3 $24,705.13 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 21 



Street Improvements. 

Advertising . . . . . 

Adams street, Parkruan street to Askmont street 
Almont street, Blue Hill avenue to Walk Hill street 

(from 1905) 

Amory street, Green street to No. 274 . 
Armstrong street, Chestnut avenue to Mozart street 
Arnold street, Washington street to Shawmut avenue 
Ashley street, Chestnut avenue to Armstrong street 
B street, West Broadway to West Third street 
Ball street, Washington street to Shawmut avenue 
Beach street, Freeport street to Park street . 
Beacon street, Dartmouth street to Fairfield street 
Beacon street, Pumping Station to the Newton line 
Beech street, Poplar street to Washington street 
Belmont street, Bunker Hill street to Meclford street 
x Bennet street, Ash street to Harrison avenue, work 

done in 1906 ...... 

Berkeley street, Columbus avenue to Tremont street 
Berkeley street, Stanhope street to St. James street 
Berkeley street, Boylston street to Providence street 

(unfinished) ...... 

Blue Hill avenue, Woodville street to Stafford street 

(unfinished) ...... 

Blue Hill avenue, Dewey street to Savin street 
Blue Hill avenue, Brunswick street to Devon street 
Blue Hill avenue, Washington street to Esmond 

street and Morton street to Callender street 
Blakemore street', Hyde Park avenue to railroad 
Bowdoin avenue, Eldon street to Rosseter street 
Bowdoin street, Washington street to Hancock street 
Boylston street, Brookline avenue to Parkway 
Brewster street, East Seventh street to East Eighth 

street ....... 

Brimmer street, Byron street to Chestnut street 
Brookline avenue, Beacon street to Audubon road 

(from 1905) 

Brooks street, Bennington street to Saratoga street 

and White to Trenton street 
Byron street, Pope street to Saratoga street . 
C street, West First street across Fargo street 
Ccdl street, Williams street to Keyes street . 
Canterbury street, Calder street 150 feet easterly 
Carolina avenue, South street to Call street . 
Centre street, Paul Core street to Eliot street and 

Beech street to Spring street . . . 

Carried forward ..... 



$217 60 

1,690 73 

254 00 

763 09 

777 64 

2,265 57 

587 60 

2,549 99 

1,850 51 

1,885 24 

30 90 

17,204 67 

5,847 28 

2,419 87 



24,760 52 
1,865 31 

243 03 

508 43 
7,763 47 
2,452 '99 

11,795 95 

609 66 

4,417 86 

2,909 12 

3,648 73 

894 66 
1,268 62 

3,003 86 

1,795 57 

1,850 82 

46,107 08 

890 27 

758 72 

5,768 14 

4,297 09 

$165,954 87 



: $1,504.02 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



22 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 

Cheney street, Maple street to Elm Hill avenue 
Chester street, Commonwealth avenue to Brighton 

avenue ....... 

Coleridge street, Wordsworth street to Short street 
Columbus avenue, Walnut avenue to Jackson square 
Congress street, Fort Point Channel to N. Y., N 

H. & H. R.R 

Congreve street, South street to Centre street 
Crawford street, Warren street to Humboldt avenue 
Cross street, Fulton street to Commercial street 
D street, West Seventh street to Old Colony avenue 
Dacia street, Dove street across Woodcliff street 
Dorchester avenue, Crescent avenue to Victoria st. 
Dorchester avenue, Ellet street to Leedsville street 
Dorchester avenue, Park street to Ashmont street 
E street, West Fourth street to West Fifth street 
East Brooldine street, Washington street to Al 

bany street ...... 

East Canton street, Washington street to Albany 

street ....... 

East Dedham street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue ....... 

East and West Newton street, Albany street to 

Tremont street ..... 

East Seventh street, G- street to L street and M 

street to N street ..... 
East Third street, H street to L street . 
Eldora street, Hillside street to Sunset street 
Elmore street, Washington street to Walnut 

avenue ........ 

Essex street, Hancock square to Rutherford avenue 
Eustis street, Washington street to the Albert 

Palmer School ..... 

1 Eustis street, in front of Albert Palmer School 
Evans street, Nelson street "to Capen street . 
Fisher avenue, Parker street to Hayden street 
Fleet street, Hanover street to Commercial street 
Florence street, Sherwood street to Ridge street 

(from 1905) 

Florence street, Ashland street to Poplar street 
Florence street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue ....... 

Forest Hills street, Williams street to Keyes street 
Freeport street, Park street to Neponset River 
Fuller street, Washington street to Dorchester 

avenue (from 1905) .... 

Carried forward ..... 



165,954 


87 


2,066 


51 


681 


83 


3,506 


46 


14,453 


55 


38,757 


10 


1,346 


49 


3,938 


86 


500 


12 


2,901 


23 


3,295 


63 


1,543 


22 


1,211 


59 


1,041 


72 


1,505 


52 


1,963 


90 


5,136 


32 


3,859 


06 



4,918 35 

16,800 43 

9,993 12 

709 95 

1,875 84 
9,674 23 



2,501 84 
2,061 62 
4,313 
7,231 
1,713 



16 
76 
70 



569 22 

4,334 61 

3,275 28 

546 59 

4,331 26 

513 98 

$329,028 92 



'$410.63 paid by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 23 

Brought forward $329,028 92 

Fulton place, North street to Fulton street . . 8,06 08 

Garden-court street, North square to Fleet street, 1,810 84 

Geneva avenue, Bowdoin street to Park street . 5,985 25 

Georgia street, Blue Hill avenue to Montana street, 1,370 66 

Germania street, Brookside avenue to Boylston St., 1,359 28 

Gleason street, Harvard street to Bradshaw street, 3,127 72 

Glenarm street, Washington street to Seaver street, 305 00 

Glemoay street, near Brenton street . . . 141 34 

Granite street, at Mt. Washington avenue . . 205 54 

Green street, Amory street to Centre street . . 2,948 94 

Hammett street, Grinnell street to Sarsfield street, 587 06 

Hampden street, Island street to Howard street . 4,181 78 

Harley street, Welles avenue to Roslin street . 2,645 79 

1 Harrison avenue, Northampton street to East 

Springfield street (1905) . . 

Harrison avenue, East Newton street to East 

Brookline street ...... 3,731 05 

^Harrison avenue, Bedford street to Essex street, 

work done in 1905 ...... - 

Hartford street, Howard avenue to Sargent street, 3,223 01 

Harvard street, Blue Hill avenue to Wales street 

(from 1905) 

Harvard street, School street to Gleason street 
Harvard street, Walk Hill street to Cemetery gate, 
Harvard street, Washington street to Albany street, 
Hawley street, Summer street to Franklin street 
Hemenway street, Boylston street to Huntington 

avenue 5,661 00 

Hichborn street, North Beacon street to Arthur 
street ........ 

Hotoard avenue, Hartford street to Sargent street, 
Howard street, Hampden street to Gerard street . 
Howland street, Warren street to Humboldt avenue, 
Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to railroad 
bridge ........ 

Huntington avenue, Gainsborough street to Long- 
wood avenue ....... 

Hyde Park avenue, 200 feet north of Ashland 
street to Hyde Park line ..... 

I street, East Fourth street to East Ninth street . 
Tvanhoe street, West Dedham street to West Can- 
ton street . . . 
James street, West Brookline street to West Con- 
cord street . . . . . 

Carried forward ...... 

1 $1,627.7-2 paid by the Boston Elevated Raihvay Company. 

2 $635.95 paid by the Boston Elevated Railway Company." 

3 $528.30 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 

4 $470.77 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



536 


03 


1,243 


36 


1,175 


16 


2,596 


65 


3 4,264 


03 



248 

586 

1,911 

5,135 


65 
16 
34 
92 


4 21,164 


08 


6,673 


95 


3,314 
6,776 


86 
20 


1,098 


19 


1,953 


78 


£425,797 


62 



24 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward $425,797 62 

Joiner street, Chelsea street to Park street . . 2,413 48 

K street, East First street to East Third street. . 3,172 78 

K street, East Fourth street to East Sixth street . 10,295 82 
L street, East First street to East Broadway and 

East Fourth street to East Ninth street . . 7,793 12 

Lewis street, Sumner street to South Ferry . . 4,371 54 

Ludlow street, Eden street to Mead street . . 413 50 

Lynde street, Washington street to Austin street . 2,863 92 

Lyndeboro street, Essex street to Middlesex street, 1,243 07 

Lynn street, Thacher street to Cooper street . 2,112 01 
Madison street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue . . . . . . . . 1,811 40 

Main street, Railroad bridge to Somerville line . 1,260 96 

Maple street, Schuyler street to G-eorgia street . 972 17 
Market street, Washington street to North Beacon 

street 3,665 38 

Massachusetts avenue, Southampton street to 

Columbia road . ... . . . 2,757 33 

Maverick street, Frankfort street to Jeffries street, 2,410 91 

Maxwell street, Nelson street to Capen street . 4,644 89 

Metropolitan avenue at Augustus avenue . . 1,079 10 

Middlesex street, Main street to Rutherford avenue, 417 49 

Miller street, Lawrence street to Rutherford avenue, 1,887 37 
Monmouth street, Bunker Hill street to Monument 

square . . . . ... . . 4,438 58 

Moon street, Fleet street to Sun-court street . . 884 87 
Mount Hope street, Hyde Park avenue to Canter- 
bury street 4,479 68 

Mt. Vernon street, Dorchester avenue to Boston 

street 3,881 76 

Morse street, Washington street to Bowdoin avenue, 514 76. 
Morton street, Harvard street to 300 feet east of 

Blue Hill avenue 2,374 26 

Morton street, Washington street to entrance to 

Park 6,853 77 

N street, East Broadway to East Second street • 1,693 70 

National street, Thomas Park to Dorchester street, 1,490 89 

Nelson street, Norfolk street to Selden street . 6,826 14 

Newburg street, Cornell street to Beech street . 507 69 

Norfolk street, at railroad bridge (from 1905) . 705 00 

North square, North street to Moon street . . 4,099 28 
North Beacon street, Cambridge street to Murdock 

street ■ 721 89 

Oak street, Washington street to Albany street . 2,559 63 

Ocean street, Welles avenue to Roslin street . . 389 00 

Palmer street, in front of Albert Palmer School' . 1,513 51 

Paris street, Sumner street to Meridian street . 736 50 

Pen field street, Belgrade avenue to Birch street . 8,686 55 



Carried forward 



$534,741 32 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 25 



Brought forward ..... 

Perrin street, Waverly street to Moreland street . 
Peter Parley road, Forest Hills street to Walnut 

avenue . . . . . 

Poplar street, Canterbury street to Metropolitan 

avenue ........ 

Prescott street, Princeton street to Lexington street, 
Prince street, Hanover street to North square 
Putnam street, White street to East Eagle street . 
Ray street, Hulbert street to Regent street . 
Roslin street, Washington street to Ocean street . 
Rut/wen street, Elm Hill avenue to Humboldt 

avenue ........ 

St. Alphonsus street, Tremont street to Calumet 

street, southeast side ..... 

St. James avenue, Clarendon street to Berkeley 

street ........ 

Sargent street, Hartford street to Howard avenue . 
Sarsfield street, Tremont street to G-rinnell street . 
School street, Bunker Hill street to Bartlett street . 
School street, Washington street to Walnut avenue, 
School street, Washington street to Athelwold street, 
Schuyler street, Hartwell street to Maple street 
Seaver street, Walnut avenue to Columbia road 
Shawmut avenue, Milford street to Union Park 

street . . . . . . 

Shawmut avenue, West Brookline street to West 

Newton street ....... 

Shawmut avenue, West Concord street to West 

Springfield street ...... 

Shawmut avenue, Woodbury street to Ball street . 

Silver street, Dorchester street to G street 

Smith street, Phillips street to Parker street and St. 

Alphonsus street to Huntington avenue 
Springer street, East Seventh street to East Eighth 
street ........ 

Standish street, Harvard street to Park street 
Stimson street, Centre street to Washington street 

(unfinished from 1905) - . . ' . 

Stoughton street, Pleasant street to Columbia road, 
Strathmore road, Commonwealth avenue to Engle- 

wood avenue ...... 

Summer street, Otis street to Devonshire street 
Sutherland road, Commonwealth avenue to Engle 

wood avenue ...... 

Sylvia street, Washington street to Forest Hills 

street ....... 

Talbot avenue, Washington street to Dorchester 

avenue (unfinished from 1905) 

Carried forward ..... 



$534,741 32 
1,511 35 

1,852 15 

422 70 

501 90 

937 16 

496 56 

877 13 

2,646 05 

2,502 24 

931 75 

799 73 
3,600 10 

197 93 
1,614 31 
1,274 52 
1,000 94 
1,157 96 
6,070 35 

1,620 08 

1,938 96 

2,513 18 

459 81 
2,088 84 

2,551 92 

625 59 
1,108 46 

2,336 69 
3,903 07 

4,232 27 
825 50 

5,237 77 

383 64 

2,711 48 

$595,673 41- 



26 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 

Tappan street, from South street, entire length 
Temple street, Vermont street to Keith street 
Tonawanda street, Geneva avenue to Greenbrier 

street ....... 

Trenton street, Prescott street to Putnam street 
Vermont street, Temple street to La Grange street 
Wales street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street 
Walk Hill street, Wachusett street to Paine street 
Walton street, Washington street to Harley street 
Warren street, Copeland street to Blue Hill avenue 
Warren street, Dudley street to Moreland street 
Warren street, Allston street to the Brookline line 
Washington street, Beach street to Milk street 
Washington street, Union Park street to Maiden 

street and Maiden street from Washington street 

to No. 44 (artificial stone sidewalks) 
Washington street, Arnold street to Eustis street 
Washington street, Vernon street to Marvin street 
Washington street, Zeigler street to Dudley street 
Washington street, Elclon street to Talbot avenue 
Washington street, Euclid street to Armandine st. 
Washington street, Townsend street to Morton 

street (unfinished from 1905) . 
Washington street^ Walk Hill street to Beech street 
Waumbeck street, Warren street to Humboldt ave. 
Waverly street, Blue Hill avenue to Warren street 
Way street, Harrison avenue to Albany street 
Weld street, Corey street to Church street 
Weld avenue, School street to Columbus avenue 
Weld Hill street, Hyde Park avenue to Forest Hills 

cemetery (south side) .... 
Welles avenue, Washington street to Talbot avenue 
WenJiam street, Walk Hill street to Weld Hill street, 
Wenonah street, Waumbeck street to Elm Hill 

avenue ....... 

Westbourne street, Cornell street to Beech street 
West Broadway, E street to F street, work un 

completed . . . . * . 

West Eighth street, D street to Old Colony avenue 
West Fifth street, D street to Dorchester street 
West Newton street (see East Newton street)' 
Weston street, Cabot street to Tremont street 
White street, Trenton street to Meridian street 
Winship street, Union street to Chestnut Hill 

avenue ....... 

Winthrop street, Warren street to High street 

Carried forward . . . . 



>5,673 41 

334 89 

1,134 52 



2,540 

366 

1,849 

1,604 

667 

830 

10,975 

2,065 

7,183 



92 
88 
43 
49 
40 
56 
20 
22 
67 



x 32,595 27 



1,126 85 

3,160 89 

513 22 

550 29 

7,737 91 
8,133 80 

4,413 13 
3,985 05 
3,229 11 
1,800 37 

838 88 
6,498 16 

699 08 

466 71 

4,825 49 
2,584 13 

887 80 
1,797 76 

1,715 65 

892 25 

8,462 18 

746 15 
5,243 71 

517 04 
1,306 78 

729,954 25 



1 $18,000 paid by the Boston Transit Commission 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 27 



Brought forward .... 

Wood street, Main street to High street 
Woodeliff street, Blue Hill avenue to Dacia street 
Wyoming street, Warren street to Wabeno street 

Total ....... 

Amount included in cost of Freeport street retain 
ing wall ....... 

Total 



$729,954 25 
1,904 72 
3,450 28 
2,791 28 

$738,100 53 

1,039 34 

$739,139 87 



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48 


66 


42 


94 


77 



HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Arcadia Park, Ditson street to Arcadia street . $38 07 

Aspimvall road, Washington street to Talbot 

avenue ........ 

Bakersfield street, Willis street to Stoughton street, 
Bennington street, Chelsea street to Belle Isle Inlet, 
Bernard street; Talbot avenue to the railroad 
Boy den street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street . 
Bradshavi street, extended to Esmond street 
Claybourne street, Dakota street to Bowdoin street, 
Clement avenue, Meredith street to Stratford street, 
Columbia road, Blue Hill avenue to Marine Park . 
Cottage street, Maverick street to' the northeasterly 

line of Gay street ...... 

Bavitt street, Savin Hill avenue northeasterly 247 

feet ........ 

Everdean street, Green Hill street to Preston street, 
Fottler road, Walk Hill street northeasterly for a 

distance of 267 feet ..... 71 32 

Frankfort street, Maverick street to the north- 
easterly line of Gove street 
Jersey street, Audubon road to Brookline avenue 
Larkin street, Hampden street to Adams street 
Longfellow street, Topliff street to Draper street 
Lorraine street, Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue 
Mallet street, Florida street to Adams street . 
Mapleton street, Murdock street to Market street 
Marmion street, northeasterly from Cornwall street 

for 306 feet 

Meredith street, Kenneth street to Clement avenue 
Milwood street, Adams street to Milton street 
Norwood street, from Tolman street northeasterly 

for about 444 feet ..... 
Oakridge street, Codman street to Morton street 
Pequot street, Wait street to Calumet street . 

Carried forward . ..... $49,333 13 



50 


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74 


7 


93 


3,223 


36 


2,461 


88 


79 


72 


79 


95 


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52 


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2,110 


95 


3,475 


60 


7 


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139 


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55 



28 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward ..... 

Pomfret street, Maple street to Corey street 
Primrose street, "Walter street to Fairview street . 
Queensberry street, Audubon road to Audubon road, 
PocMedge street, Lambert avenue to Thornton street, 
Poseland street, Dorchester avenue to Samoset 
street ........ 

Rosemary street, South street easterly to the rail- 
road ........ 

Powe street, Seymour street to Ashland street 
/Saxton street, Savin Hill avenue to Romsey street, 
Speedwell street, Topliff street to Hamilton street . 
Willoiowood street, Lauriat avenue to Norfolk 
street ........ 

Wilmot street, Ashland street to Newbern street . 

Total 



$49,333 13 

13 80 

32 57 

10,535 50 

52 08 

48 97 



3,233 


76 


2,806 


95 


72 


00 


61 


87 


171 


91 


13 


80 


166,376 


34 



New Edgestones. (Not including "323 " and "393" Streets.) 
First Setting. Linear Feet. 



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1,957 
1,578 
1,391 
2,049 
2,078 


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

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100 
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4,627 
688 

5,838 
457 

1,867 
261 


614 
7,936 
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912 
2,677 
6,056 
4,203 


9,633 
22,574 
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3,912 
13,548 
15,119 


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13,942 
3,842 
10,164 
3,661 
1,814 
2,307 


1,544 
2,480 
2,082 
4,131 
2,092 
4,705 


22,118 


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54,668 


1902 


21,108 


1903 


35,163 


1904 

1905 


15,883 
31,533 


1906 


24,596 


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11,707 


7,748 


669 


13,738 


23,388 


86,173 


44,612 


17,034 


205,069 



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First Laying. Square Yards. 



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2,342 


186 


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2,136 


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790 


400 


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1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

Totals 



1,069 
4,617 
1,319 
1,161 
1,529 
1,186 
934 



1,476 

1,142 

1,425 

635 

817 

1,980 

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1,229 



2,509 



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17,368 
21,089 
7,769 
5,206 
9,121 
8,801 
4,674 

74,028 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 29 

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



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Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 
Square Yards. 




2,078 
628 
261 

4,203 
15,119 

2 307 


934 


East Boston Paving District, No. 2 

Brighton Paving District, No. 4 


699 

106 


West Roxbury Paving District, Nos. 5 
Dorchester Paving District, Nos. 6 and 
Roxbury Paving District, No. 7 


ind 11. 

12 ... . 


278 

1,758 

899 


Total 


24,596 


4,674 



Crushed Stone, Ballast and Telford. 

Output of Stone from City Crushers. 





Crushed Stone. 
Tons. 


Telford. 
Tons. 


Bleiler Crusher. 

Centre-street Crusher 

Chestnut Hill-avenue Crusher 


1,950 
13,765 
3,012 
1,043 
31,981 
4,376 
2,062 
5,384 


— 


Codman-street Crusher 




Columbia-road Crusher 

Dimock-street Crusher 


— 


Rosseter-street Crusher 




Grove-street Crusher .'.... 








Total 


63,564 


— 



30 



City Document No. 42. 



Street Openings. 

Permits have been issued from this office for making 
openings in the public streets during the year ending 
January 31, 1907, as follows : 



Permits. 



Feet. 



American Telegraph and Telephone Company 

Auxiliary Fire Alarm Company 

Boston Fire Department 

Boston Lamp Department 

Boston Police Department 

Boston Water Department. 

Boston Sewer Department 

Boston & Albany Railroad Company 

Boston & Maine Railroad Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Boston Low Tension Wire Association 

Boston Transit Commission 

Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad 

Boston Pneumatic Transit Company 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company 

Brookline, Town of 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

East Boston Gas Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company 

Massachusetts Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

Metropolitan Water and Sewer Commission 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 
of Massachusetts 

National Dock and Storage Company 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 
Company 

Old Colony Street Railway Company 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company. 

Simpson Brothers Corporation 

Standard Oil Company 

Union Freight Railway Company 

Warren Brothers Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Miscellaneous 

Emergency Permits, Class A. 

Emergency Permits returned as used 807, esti- 
mated length 

Totals 



12,492 



8 


60 


6 


725 


35 


1,875 


221 


4,978 


46 


2,958 


2,907 


79,081 


291 


10,789 


o 


650 


4 


90 


311 


142,012 


2,156 


102,773 


12 


900 


14 


1,665 


3 


170 


16 


235 


16 


6,405 


3 


27 


118 


9,103 


1,411 


75,440 


299 


20,076 


5 


258 


8 


911 


3 


140 


14 


464 


559 


65,658 


4 


1,325 


4 


67 


2 


35 


12 


569 


27 


485 


92 


14,947 


3 


10 


4 


110 


70 


8,855 


19 


488 


• 2,728 


497,020 


1,064 






3,000 



1,054,354 



Making a total length of openings of about 200 miles. 

Permits other than for street openings have been granted 
as follows : 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 31 



Advertising by man wearing hat and coat 
Cleaning snow from roofs . 
Dumping snow in public alleys 
Driving cattle ..... 
Erecting and repairing awnings . 
Erecting and repairing buildings . 
Emergency permits, class B 
Feeding horses in the streets 
Loading and unloading goods 
Moving buildings .... 
Pedlers, class 1 and 2 ... 

Painting signs and notices on obstruction 

fences ...... 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs and lamps 

Raising and lowering safes, machinery, etc. 

Selling fruit, etc., from stands 

Selling goods from areas 

Selling goods from doors and windows 

Special holiday permits for June 17, July 4 

and other holidays . . . 

Special permits for other business purposes 
Extension of permits already issued 



Permits. 
1 

146 

86 

75 

3,722 

7,843 

638 

1,121 

237 

15 

748 

4 

2,742 

129 

570 

795 

25 

94 

419 

167 
754 



20,332 



12,492 
20,332 

32,824 



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

Grand total of permits issued . . , . 

Bonds for Permits. 

All bonds (excepting those of corporations) are guaran- 
teed by some one of the surety companies authorized to do 
business in the State of Massachusetts. 

There are now on file and in force 1,832 such bonds, and 
74 corporation bonds. 

Notices. 

There have been 16,211 notices sent to the various fore- 
men of the department during the year directing them to 
repair defects in the public streets which had been reported 
by the police, inspectors and others; also 2,312 notices to 
departments, corporations and private' parties to repair the 
streets where there had been permits issued for excavations 
and the work of resurfacing had been improperly done, and to 
owners of estates where coal holes or sidewalk lights were 
defective. 



32 City Document No. 42. 

Notices have been sent to departments, corporations and 
owners of abutting estates where street improvements were 
about to be made, including 232 notices sent to departments 
and corporations by the Chief Engineer of the department. 

Inspectors. 

With the exception of those located at the office for 
emergency work the inspectors are connected with the differ- 
ent district yards. These inspectors report by mail daily, 
and on their complaint of defects, notices are sent to the 
parties responsible, directing that repairs be made. It then 
becomes the duty of the inspector to see that the necessary 
repairs are made. 

There are other inspectors detailed to serve with the 
various corporations excavating in the streets. These men 
are paid by the corporations to which they are assigned, and 
they make a daily and weekly report to this department. 

It is the duty of one of the inspectors to see that artificial 
stone sidewalks are constructed in accordance with the speci- 
fications of the Street Department. 

Emergency Permits. 

The system of emergency permits now in use is quite satis- 
factory. During the year we have had more precise knowl- 
edge of emergency openings than ever before. 

Coal Vaults or Areas. 

There have been 21 permits issued for constructing coal 
vaults or areas beneath sidewalks, in accordance with orders 
of the Board of Aldermen. 

Electric Poles. 

There have been 11 8 permits issued during the year for 
the placing of new poles on orders passed by the Board of 
Aldermen and approved by the Wire Commissioner. 

Permits have been issued for the resetting of 812 old poles 
which had become dangerous or were out of line. 

Permits have been issued for the removal of 146 unused 
poles on order of the Board of Aldermen and Wire Com- 
missioner. 

All permits for new poles have been given in accordance 
with approved plans which are kept on file at this office. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 33 



Plans. 

Plans of electric pole locations, electric conduits, gas 
mains, railway tracks, and a great number of miscellaneous 
plans such as areas, etc., are kept on file ; they accumulate so 
rapidly that it is becoming a problem to provide for them as 
the years go by. 

Street Numbering. 

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South Boston 




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Totals 


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PROPERTY IN CHARGE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 
OF STREETS. 

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 Olendon street, sheds, stable and 
office building, erected by the city on wharf property containing 
326,700 square feet, leased in 1900 from Blodgett & Win'dden 
for a term of ten years. This property is used jointly with the 
Sewer, Sanitary and Street Cleaning and Watering Departments. 

Gharlestown. 

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

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 building. 

West Roxbury. 

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

3ft. Vernon street, near Pleasant street, lot of land containing 
16,275 square feet, belonging to the Schoolhouse Commission. 
Upon this "lot is a stable and office building. 

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

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



88 City Document No. 42. 

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

Centre street, corner Grove street, ledge lot leased from 
Thomas F. Welch. On this lot is crushed stone owned by the 
city. 

Dorchester. 

Hancock street, opposite Bowdoin street, lot of land known as 
the almshouse lot, containing 104,132 square feet which 
belonged to the town of Dorchester at the time of annexation. 
Upon this land are two stables, office, shed and 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 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 street, lot of land containing 81,068 
square feet, was purchased by the town of Dorchester in 1867. 
This lot is not now in use. 

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

Hoxbury. 

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 Street Departments ; 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. 

iSouth End. 

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



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 89 

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 G. 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 lot are a 
stable, shed and office building. 

North Mid. 

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 Street Department 
May 18, 1874. This property is now used by the Sanitary 
Department. 

Atlantic avenue, opposite Oliver street, wharf property con- 
taining 36,460 square feet, leased from J. H. Hecht on February 
19, 1898, for ten years. This lease is held by the Sanitary 
Department, to which the Street Department 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 
Department. 



90 City Document No. 42. 



APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE FERRY DIVISION. 



North Ferry, East Boston, February 1, 1907. 

James H. Doyle, Esq., 

Superintendent of Streets : 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit report of income, 
expenditures and operation of the Ferry Division for the 
financial year ending January 31, 1907. This report covers 
the entire year, although I did not take charge of the divi- 
sion until May 14, 1906. 

While it appears that the expenditures for this year were 
13,467.93 more than for the year previous, this increase is 
readily accounted for by the following extraordinary items, 
amounting to over $14,000. 

Item 1. — Over $6,000 of bills left over from the year 
1905 and paid during 1906. These bills were for work done 
and supplies furnished during 1905, and should properly 
have been paid out of the appropriation for that year. 

Item 2. — Payment of execution of court amountiug to 
$4,290.73, in a case which had been pending in the courts 
for ten years previous. This execution should properly have 
been paid out of the Reserve Fund instead of from the 
appropriation for this division. 

Item 3. — Expenditure of $4,014.93 for repairing the 
piers on the Boston side of the North Ferry. This expense 
should have been met from a special appropriation. In this 
connection your attention is respectfully called to the condi- 
tion of the ferry piers. All of them need constant care, and 
many of them, at this writing, need immediate repairs. The 
time has come when a special appropriation is needed to pro- 
vide the means of replacing these old and worn out piers 
with some more modern, more substantial and more enduring 
system. 

During the year it was found necessary to overhaul and 
repair the machinery on all the boats and to have three of 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 91 

the boats placed upon the marine railway for needed repairs 
to hulls and seacocks. 

In October turnstiles were put in operation at all of the 
headhouses, and now a correct system of collecting the toll 
of foot-passengers is in force. This improvement had been 
agitated for a generation, but never became a reality until 
this year. 

With a view to preserving the decks of boats and affording 
better protection to machinery below, the experiment of pav- 
ing the decks with wooden tarred blocks was tried on two 
boats, and the results have been favorable. 

The most important improvement of the year was the 
completion of the new coal-pocket at the North Ferry, East 
Boston side. The matter of a commodious and up-to-date 
municipal coal-pocket at this location had long been before 
the city authorities, but it was not until this year that the 
desired end was reached. The new coal-pocket is a model of 
its kind and has a capacity of 2,500 tons. 

The property in charge of this division is as follows : 

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, machinists 
and blacksmith ; 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 38,135 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-pocket, 
three piers which form the two slips, and two drops and 
tanks. 

The following steam ferry-boats are in commission : 



92 City Document No. 42. < 

Name. When built. Kind. Length. 

Revere 1875 Side-wheel. I4&ft. 

D. D. Kelly 1879 " 148 " 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 " 163" 

General Hancock I . . 1887 " 148 " 

Noddle Island 1899 Propeller. 164 " 3 in. 

Governor Russell 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

Respectfully submitted, 

John J. Douglass, 

Deputy Superintendent. 



STREET DEPARTMENT, FERRY DIVISION. 
Consolidated Financial Statement for the Year 

1906-07. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $104,452 94 

Cash withdrawn from tollmen's capital . . 350 00 

Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning 

of year $550 00 

Cash withdrawn from tollmen . . 350 00 

200 00 



$105,002 94 
Cash paid over to City Collector . . . 104,802 94 



Balance of cash on hand at end of the year . $200 00 

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (loans) , $25,015 60 
Received from City Treasurer by transfer . . 22,463 83 
Received from City Treasurer, annual appropria- 
tion for this division for 1906-07 . . . 243,000 00 



1 Total appropriations of all kinds . . $290,479 43 

1 Total expenditures of all kinds . . 290,463 83 



Balance unexpended (loans) .... $15 60 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net in- 
come) $104,452 94 

Withdrawn from tollmen . . 350 00 

$104,802 94 

1 Details of appropriations and expenditures given in Table 5. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 93 

Ordinary expenses . . . $265,46383 

Building coal-pocket . . 25,000 00 



$290,463 83 
Interest on ferry debt . • . . . . 18,114 18 



Depreciation of boats . . $13,362 56 
Depreciation of machinery and 

tools 683 55 

Depreciation of buildings (real 

estate) .... 4,000 00 

Decrease of stock of supplies . 5,941 79 



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23,987 90 



Net outgo for the year . . . $332,565 91 
Net loss for the year $227,762 97 



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6. Comparative Balance Sheets at the 

Years. 



City Document No. 42. 

Close of each Year for Five 





January 31, 
1903. 


January 31, 
1904. 


Januarv 31, 
1905. 


January 31 , 
1906. 


January 31, 
1907. 


Assets. 
Cash in hands of tollmen, 


$575 00 
62 50 

7,153 65 

41,349 01 

577,400 00 


$600 00 


$550 00 
12 50 

4,692 23 

15 60 

577,400 00 


$550 00 

10,236 93 
25,015 60 
577,400 00 


$200 00 


Fuel and supples on 


9,793 00 

15 60 

577,400 00 


4,295 14 


City Treasurer (balance 

Real estate and buildings 
(Assessors' valuations) 


15 60 

573,400 00 
25,000 00 


Ferry-boats (less depre- 


268,135 80 
300 00 


252,047 65 
7,595 00 


236,924 79 
7,595 00 


222,709 30 
6,835 50 


309,346 74 


Machinery and tools, , . 


6,151 95 


Total tangible assets. . . 

Cost of avenues, etc., 
East Boston (previous 
to 1870)2 


$894,975 96 

315.S15 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 


$842,747 33 

315,815 68 
2,620,543 31 


$818,409 43 
315,815 68 


Deficiency of assets (loss) 


2,823,306 28 


Totals 


$3,379,128 87 


$3,473,101 89 


$3,571,949 14 


$3,779,106 32 


$3,957,531 39 


Liabilities. 
Capital invested by City 

Appropriations account 
(credit balances) 


$3,337,779 86 

41,349 01 

$3,379,128 87 


$3,473,086 29 
15 60 


$3,571,933 54 
15 60 


$3,754,090 72 
25,015 60 


$3,957,515 79 
15 60 


Total liabilities 


$3,473,101 89 


$3,571,949 14 


$3,779,106 32 


$3,957,531 39 















Details of Capital Invested by 


'he City of Boston. 




Total expenditures to 
date, per ferry books.. 


$S,666,318 23 


$8,977,252 87 


$9,252,299 07 


$9,542,934 34 


$9,849,968 17 


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


15 003 00 


16,920 00 
279,148 85 


16,920 00 
279,148 85 


16,920 00 

279,148 85 


1S,114 18 

279,148 85 


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


279,148 85 






Total expenditures 


1 $8,960,533 08 


1 $9,273,321 72 


1 $9,548,367 92 


'$9,839,003 19 


1 $10,147,231 20 


Deduct total receipts 


1 5,622,753 22 


1 5,800,235 43 


1 5,976,434 38 


1 6,084,912 47 


1 6,169,715 41 


Excess of expenditure, 
viz., capital invested 












$3,337,779 86 


$3,473,086 29 


$3,571,933 54 


$3,754,090 72 


$3,957,515 79 







1 Auditor's figures for total expenditures and reeeipts are $60,278.56 more than above, the 
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. 

* See footnote 4 , under Table 4. 

3 Not yet included in real estate and buildings by Assessors. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 99 



7. Total Expenditures upon Ferries since 1858=59. 

Expenditure for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 

previous to purchase of^the ferries by the city, 2 $444,101 30- 

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

1 Expenditures for ferry-boats since April, 1870, 618,070 58 
1 Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc . . 530,523 64 

1 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 

1 Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . 845,127 38 

1 Expenditures for fuel 1,331,805 74 

1 Expenditures for salaries and wages . , . 4,533,017 43 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,598,173 71 



$10,207,509 76 



Total Receipts from Ferries since 1858-59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

of ferries ... ... $29,588 56 

1 Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries . .• 5,966,557 73 

1 Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 61,424 79 

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

1 Receipts from all other sources, per ferry 

books 14,738 86 

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 



Total per City Auditor's figures 



1 According to books 'of the Ferry Division. 

2 See footnote §, under Table 4. 



;104 18 
33 00 

200 00 


$6,250,331 15 
337 18 






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City Document No. 42. 



Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) of the Ferry Division of the Street- 
Department for the Year Ending January 31, 1907. 

Appropriation for the year ending January 31, 

1907 . $243,000 00 

Received by transfer . . . . . 22,46383 



Total amount 
Amount of expenditures 



Special Appropriations. 

Appropriation authorized and issued May 27, 
1902, for ferry improvements 

Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to Feb- 
ruary 1, 1907 

Unexpended balance of appropriation, January 
31, 1907 

Appropriation authorized and issued July, 1905, 
for coal-pocket at North Ferry, East Boston . 

Amount expended from July, 1905, to February 
1, 1907 



$265,463 83 
$265,463 83 

$100,000 00 
99,984 40 



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$25,000 


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North Ferry. 



From Tollman. 


Foot 
PasseDgers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Total. 


No. 2 


$6,206 27 
6,108 23 
6,216 66 
6,187 96 
6,179 84 
2,485 18 


$2,978 00 
2,913 50 
2,759 00 
3,044 00 
3,074 00 
882 50 


$9,184 27 


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" 5 

" 6 


9,021 73 
8,975 66 
9,231 96 


" 9 


9,253 84 
3,367 68 


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$33,384 14 


$15,651 00 


$49,035 14 



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..... $49,035 14 



From tollmen . . ... 

From gatemen : 

For 77,526 foot passengers, at 1 cent, 1775 26 
For cash fares for teams . . . 6,964 90 



Total at North Ferry . . 

South Ferry. 



7,740 16 
6,775 30 



From Tollman. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Total. 


No. 1 


$6,929 55 

6,541 72 

6,898 40 

6,573 39 

7 11 

12 97 


$2,526 50 

2,484 00 

2,588 50 

2,562 00 , 

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50 


$9,456 05 

9,025 72 

9,486 90 

9,135 39 

7 61 


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$26,963 14 

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$10,162 00 


$37,125 14 



From tollmen ....... 

From gatemen : 

For 74,320 foot passengers, at 1 

cent $743 20 

For cash fares for teams . . 6,946 08 



Total at South Ferry . 

North and South Ferries, as above . 
Tickets paid for at office of City Collector . 
Tickets paid for at office of Ferry Division 
Received in lieu of free ferries, July 4, 1906 

Total ferriage receipts . 
Rents for the year ...... 

Sales of old material, head-house privileges, etc. 

Total cash receipts, as above 



$37,125 14 



7,689 28 



,814 42 



11,589 72 

688 00 

1,131 70 

1 00 



$103,410 42 

455 66 

586 86 

$104,452 94 



102 



City Document No. 42. 



Statement Showing the Difference of Travel on the 
Ferries from February 1, 1906, to February 1, 1907. 

North Ferry. South Ferry. 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . . 3,415,940 2,770,634 

Foot passengers by ticket . .. 69,624 36,195 

Foot passengers free . ... 30,514 3,490 

Total foot passengers . . 3,516,078 2,810,319 

One-horse teams and pleasure 

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

and hacks 
Handcarts, etc. 
Drag-wheels 
Free teams 

Total teams .... 606,515 455,875 



448,785 ' 
126,938 
6,056 
5,233 


337,900 

98,086 

4,353 

6,314 


10 ? 700 

3,921 

26 

4,856 


7,871 

1,015 

15 

321 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 1902, to 
February 1, 1907. 



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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 



641,796 
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 

6,70S,152 



786,685 

225,024 

10,409 

11,547 

18,571 

4,936- 

41 

6,292,393 



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One-horse team tickets.... 
Two-horse team tickets. .. 
Three-horse team tickets . . 
Four-horse team tickets. . . 
One-horse carriage tickets 
Two-horse carriage tickets 



224,372 

83,870 

52,217 

5,554 

7,051 

21,732 

2,569 



66,870 

348,976 

202,528 

9,288 

10,640 

17,500 

8,740 



35,350 
4,672 
2,336 



1,200 



326,592 
437,518 
257,081 
14,842 
17,691 
40,432 
11,309 



105,819 

349,017 

202,029 

9,082 

10,297 

17,650 

8,725 



220,773 
88,501 
55,052 
5,760 
7,394 
22,782 
2,584 



104 City Document No. 42. 



/ 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL 

WORK. 



City of Boston, Engineering Department, 

50 City Hall, February 1, 1907. 

Hon. James H. Doyle, 

Superintendent of Streets : 
Sir, — I herewith submit the following report of the work 
done for the Street Department ' during the year ending 
January 31, 1907. 

ALFORD- STREET SEA-WALL. 

A plan and specifications were made for repairing about 
fifty-four feet of the Alford-street sea-wall, on the westerly 
side of the street on the Charlestown end, near the Maiden 
bridge abutment. 

The old wall was removed to the surface of the ground 
and the wall rebuilt, using the best of the old stones and 
some new granite blocks. 

The work was done by H. J. White under his contract, 
dated June 15, 1906, at a cost of $1,000, and was completed 
July 18, 1906. 

Bridge Connecting Summer-street Bridge with 
Congress-street Bridge. 

A contract was made with George T. Rendle, November 
15, 1906, for rebuilding about sixty-four feet of this bridge, 
which had fallen from excessive loading, and doing other 
work on the bridge. 

The work was completed January 15, 1907, at a cost of 
$1,763.61 for labor, piles and iron. 

East Boston Ferries. 

Goal-pocket. — A contract was made with George Hayes, 
November 3, 1905, for removing the old coal shed and wharf 
at the East Boston landing of the North Ferry, and building 



Street Department. 1U5 

a new wharf, a coal-pocket and a small storehouse. After 
the contract was made the old. shed was nearly filled with 
coal by the Ferry Division, and the work of tearing down 
the old shed was not begun until May 17, 1906, at which 
time most of the coal had been used. The contract work 
was completed November 8, except painting the coal-pocket 
and building the storehouse. The painting was completed 
December 19. Coal was delivered in the new pocket the 
latter part of January. 

Ferry Piers, etc. — Estimates were made ©f the cost of 
putting all the ferry piers in first-class condition, and for 
repairing the sea-wall on the Boston side of the South Ferry. 

North Ferry, Boston Side. — A contract was made with 
Lawler Bros., June 15, for repairing the north and middle 
piers. Fifty-three new piles were driven, 180 linear feet 
were replanked, many walling pieces and a few girders were 
renewed. The work was completed October 24, at a cost of 
14,014.96. 

Assessment Streets. 

Working plans and specifications were prepared and for- 
warded to the Street Department for the construction of the 
following assessment streets : 

Arcadia park, Ditson street to Arcadia street. 
Aspinwall road, Washington street to Talbot avenue. 
Bahersfield street, Stoughton street to Willis street. 
Bradshaw street, Charlotte street to Esmond street. 
Clement avenue, Meredith street to Stratford street. 
Jersey street, Brookline avenue to Audubon road. 
Longfellow street, Topliff street to Draper street. 
Lorraine street, Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue. 
Meredith street, Kenneth street to Clement avenue. 
Milwood street, Adams street to Milton street. 
Pom/ret street, Maple street to Corey street. 
Primrose street, Walter street to Fairview street. 
Queensberry street, Audubon road to Audubon road. 
RocMedge street, Lambert avenue to Thornton street. 
Roseland street, Dorchester avenue to Samoset street. 
Rosemary street, South street to land of Old Colony Railroad. 

• 
Surveys have been made, levels taken and working plans 
prepared for the following assessment streets : 

Boyden street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street. 
Claybourne street, Dakota street to Bowdoin street. 
Cottage street, Maverick street to Gove street. 
Dahlgren street, Westville street to Corona street. 



106 City Document No. 42. 

Davitt street, Savin Hill avenue to 247 feet northeasterly. 
Everdean street, Green Hill street to Preston street. 
Fottler road, Walk Hill street 267 feet northeasterly. 
Frankfort street, Maverick street to Gove street. 
Hobson street, Faneuil street to Hobart street. 
Kilton street, Harvard street to Park street. 
Mallet street, Florida street to Adams street. 
Mapleton street, Murdock street to Market street. 
Marmion street, Cornwall street 306 feet northeasterly. 
Oakridge street, Codman street to Morton street. 
Speedwell street, Topliff street to Hamilton street. 
Willoiowood street, Lauriat avenue to Norfolk street. 

Plans and Specifications for Repaving Streets. 

Preliminary surveys were made, working plans and speci- 
fications were prepared and forwarded to the Street Depart- 
ment for repaving the following streets : 

Albany street, Northampton street to Eustis street. 

Berkeley street (easterly side), Boylston street to Providence 

street. 
Berkeley street, Tremont street to Columbus avenue. 
Blue Mill avenue, Dewey street to Savin street. 
Blue Hill avenue, Brunswick street to Devon street. 
Brimmer street, Chestnut street 180 feet southerly. 
C street, West First street to Fargo street. 
Columbus avenue, Cazenove street to Camden street. 
Columbus avenue, Camden street to Station street. 
Congress street, Fort Point Channel to N. Y., N. H & H. P. R. 
JDacia street, Dove street, across Woodcliff street. 
Essex street (Charlestown), Rutherford avenue to Hancock square. 
Eustis street, at Albert Palmer school. 
1 Evans street, Milton avenue to Morton street. 
Florence street, Washington street to Harrison avenue. 
^Franklin street, Oliver street to Broad street. 
Garden-court street, North square to Fleet street. 
Hanover street, Union street to Tilestou street. 
Hawley street, Franklin street to Summer street. 
Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to B. & A. R. R. bridge. 
Joiner street, Park street to Chelsea street. 
K street, East Fourth street to East Sixth street. 
Lynn street, Thacher street to Cooper street. 
1 Main street (Charlestown), B. & M. R. R. bridge to Somerville 

line. 
Meridian street, Maverick square to Central square. 
Moon street, North square to Fleet street. 
1 JVelson street, Norfolk street to Evans street. 
North square, North street to Moon street. 

1 Plans only were forwarded. 



Street Department. 107 

Palmer street, at Albert Palmer school. 

Park square, Boylston street across Eliot street. 

Pleasant street (Charlestown), Warren street to Main street. 

Prince street; Garden-court street to Hanover street. 

Providence street, Berkeley street to Clarendon street. 

Washington street, Beach street to Milk street. 
1 Washington street (Dorchester), Euclid street to Ashmont street. 
1 Washington street (Dorchester), Ashmont street to Armandine 
street. 

Wilkes street, Washington street to Bradford street. 

Woodcliff street, Blue Hill avenue to Dacia street. 

MlSCELLANEO US . 

Preliminary surveys have been made and plans prepared 
for repaying the following streets : 

A street, Richards street to Congress street. 
Fulton street, Clinton street to Lewis street. 
Marlborough street, Exeter street to Massachusetts avenue. 
Stillman street, Salem street to North Margin street. 

Grading Street Railway Tracks. 

The necessary surveys have been made and grades for 
surface tracks have been determined in the following streets : 

Arlington avenue. 

Bartlett street, Washington street to car house. 

Berkeley street, Tremont street to Columbus avenue. 

Blue Hill avenue, Dewey street to Savin street. 

Centre street, Pond street to South street. 

Columbus avenue, Cazenove street to Station street. 

Eagle street, Shelby street to car house. 

Eustis street, at Albert Palmer school. 

Faneuil street, Oak square to car house. 

Hanover street, Union street to Tileston street. 

Hawley street, Franklin street to Summer street. 

Huntington avenue, Dartmouth street to B. & A. R.R. bridge. 

Huntington avenue, Francis street to Jamaicaway. 

Main street (Charlestown), B. & M. R.R. bridge to Somerville 

line. 
Massachusetts avenue, Huntington avenue to Columbus avenue. 
Meridian street, Maverick square to Central square. 
Oak square, Washington street to Faneuil street. 
Park square, Boylston street across Eliot street. 
Roxbury street, Linden Park street to Eliot square. 
Washington street, Beach to Milk street. 
Washington street (Roxbury), Bartlett street to Guild street. 

1 Plans onlv were forwarded. 



108 City Document No. 42. 

Washington street (Dorchester), south of Kilton street to Bowdoin 

street. 
Washington street (Dorchester), Ashmont street to beyond - 

Armandine street. 

New York, Nev) Haven & Hartford R. R. 

C street, track crossing near Fargo street. 
Congress street, track crossing at end of street. 

Union Freight Railroad. 

Atlantic avenue, at State street. 

Total length of single track=10.5 miles. 
Preliminary estimates have been made of the cost of repay- 
ing 10 streets and for constructing 81 streets. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William Jackson, 

City Engineer. 



Street Department. 



109 



APPENDIX D. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCUMENT 
NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 



Paving Department before 1891. 



Name. 



Year. 



Enoch Patterson, Superintendent Streets and Drains 
Zephaniah Sampson " " " " 

Thomas Hunting, Superintendent 

Alfred T. Turner, " 

Charles Harris, " 

Nehemiah T. Merritt, ' u ». 

James J. Flynn " 

Charles Harris, " 

Michael Meehan, " 

John W. McDonald, " 

J. Edwin Jones, " 



1825 to 1831 

1831 to 1846 

1846 to 1853 

1853 to 1864 

1864 to 1883 

1883 

1883 

1884 

1884 to 1886 

1886 to 1889 

1889 to 1891 







Paving Department 


before 1891. 




Name of Document. 


For 
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Year 
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1851 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
I860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 


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1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 


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City Document No. 42. 



Paving Department before 1891. — Concluded. 



Name of Document. 


For 

Year 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 


13 




12 


u tt 


16 


it u 


21 


11 (I 


25 


It u 


27 


11 11 


30 


11 11 


38 


It 11 


29 


11 11 


24 


11 tt 


24 


11 11 


48 


11 11 


51 


11 11 


47 


U It 


46 


It tl 


97 


it tt 


30 


1 1 11 


16 


11 it 


23 


tt 11 


30 


" " * 


19 


it it . 


* 







* Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part II., City Document 
No. 1, 1891. 



Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name. 


Yeak. 


Board of Ferry Directors 

William J. Burke, Superintendent 

Thomas Kellough 


1870 

1891 

May 1, 1895 


1891 
May 1, 1895 
Julyl, 1895 



Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Annual rfinorr, .... 


1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1S76 
1877 
1878 
1879 


1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


41 




t it 


55 




i tt 


81 




i 1 1 


42 




i ii 


65 




i it 


51 




i it .... 


53 




t tt 


49 




i tt 


60 




t it 


74 









Street Department. lii 

Ferry Department before 1895. — Concluded. 



Name of Document. 


For 

Year 


Year 

Published. 


Number of 
Document. 




1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 


1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1S90 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 


77 


u t 




72 


u i 




93 


it i 




76 


U I 




72 


11 I 


I ' 


28 


a i 




12 


U I 




10 


n i 




3 


u t 




4 


u I 




* 


U I 




12 


(I I 




11 


U I 




11 


it I 




11 









* Published in annual report, Executive Department, Part I., City Document 
No. 1, 1891. 

Street Department since 1891. 

Superintendent. 

Henry H. Carter, Member of American Society Civil Engineers. 

Resigned December 8, 1894. 

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, 1895, to February 4, 1896. 

Member of the Boston Society Civil Engineers. 
Benjamin W. Wells, Superintendent from -February 14, 1896, to February 1, 1900. 
Bertrand 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 Superintendent from November 25, 1901, to January 14, 1902. 

Member of the 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 February 28, 1906. 
James H. Doyle, Superintendent from March 1, 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 February 5, 

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 January 31, 1906. 



112 



City Document No. 42. 



Ferry Division. — Joseph F. Low, Acting Deputy Superintendent from February 
1, 1906, to May 13, 1906. John J. Douglass, Deputy Superin- 
tendent from May 14, 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 L. 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. 

Paving Division. — James H. Sullivan, Acting Deputy Superintendent from Decem- 
ber 2, 1905, to February 28, 1906. 

Street Department. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Annual report, Executive Dept. Part II. 


, 1891 


1892 


36 




i " " " ' 




1892 


1893 


34 




C (( CC CC C 




1893 


1894 


34 




c cc cc cc ( 




1894 


1895 


34 




C < C CC C C C 




1895 


1896 


29 




t CC cc CC c 




1896 


1897 


29 




I CC CC CI 1 




1897 


1898 


34 




C CC CI cc c 




1898 


1899 


35 




C (C 11 cc c 




1899 


1900 


38 




c cc cc cc c 




1900 


1901 


38 




1 CC 41 11 C 




1901 


1902 


38 




C CC CC C( c 




1902 


1903 


40 




c cc cc cc c 




1903 


1904 


40 




c c C CC Cc c 




1904 


1905 


40 




c cc c c cc c 




1905 


1906 


40 




t cc cc cc * c 




1906 


1907 


42 



Comparative Table showing the Number of Employees 
February 1, 1906, and February 1, 1907. 



- 



February 1, 1906. 
February 1, 1907. 



934 
919 



168 
164 



1,102 
1,083