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Compliments of • 

William Jackson, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



Street Department 



YEAR 1907 




BOSTON 

IWUNiClPAI. PPiNTrNG OFFICE 

1908 






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CONTENTS 



Part 1. 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations . 1 

Area of Paverrjents 33 

Changes in Pavements during 

the year 34 

Contracts 5 

Contracts in force made in 

■previous years 23 

Expenditures 2 



Expenditures, Recapitulation, 3 

Financial Statement 3 

Financial Statement, Com- 
parison 4 

Length of Pavements 35 

Organization 1 

Street Mileage 36 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



REPORT OF THE ENGINEER. 

(Page 39.) 



PAGE 

Areas and Coal Vaults 184 

Asphalting, Details of 42 

Asphalting, Trinidad 187 

Asphalting, Trinidad, Sum- 
mary 199 

Asphalting, Sicilian 200 

Asphalting, Sicilian, Sum- 
mary 205 

Asphalting, Seyssel Rock 206 

Other Asphalts 207 

Summary of all Asphalts 207 

Cost of Patching, 8 years: 

Trinidad 215 

Other Asphalts 224 

Seyssel Rock 224 

Sicilian Rock 221 

Assessment Streets 46 

Bitulithic Pavement 208 



PAGE 

Streets Paved with Bitulithic . 208 

Summary of Bitulithic 211 

Bonds 184 

Electric Light Poles 186 

Emergency Permits 185 

Expenditures 59 

Expenditures, Detail of: 
Abolishment of Grade 

Crossings 59 

Atlantic Avenue, Exten- 
sion 59 

Columbus Avenue, Asphalt- 
ing 59 

Engineering Department. . 59 

Street Improvements 59-75 

Highways, Making of 59-126 

Expenditures, Objects of. . . 60 

Financial Statement 58 



IV 



Contents. 



PAGE 

Hassam Pavement 45 

Streets Paved with Has- 
sam 214 

Income 59 

Inspectors 185 

Materials Purchased 178 

New Brick Sidewalks 177 

New Edgestones 176 

Notices 185 

Output of Crushers 178 

Permits 184 

Property, in Charge of 225 

Summary of all Smooth 

Pavements 214 



Snow and Street Cleanings 

Removed 178 

Street Numbering 186 

Street Openings 183 

Wood Block Pavement .... 44 
Streets Paved with Wood 

Blocks 212 

Summary of Wood Blocks . . 213 

Work Done, General 57 

Work Done, General Law, 

Streets 40 

Work Done, Recapitulation, 40 

Work in Charge of 39 



Appendix B, 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
THE FERRY DIVISION. 

(Page 228.) 



Expenditures 237 

Expenditures since 1858 236 

Difference of Travel 238 

Ferry-boats 229 

Financial Statement 230 

Balance Sheet 231 

Comparison of Balances 235 



Receipts at each Ferry 237 

Receipts, Comparison 232 

Locations of Ferries 229 

Recommendations 229 

Ticket Statement 239 

Total Travel . 239 

Work Done 228 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL 

WORK. 

(Page 240.) 



Assessment, Streets 240 

East Boston Ferries 240 



PAGE 

Miscellaneous 242 

Street Railway Tracks 243 



Contents. 



Appendix D. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCUMENT 
NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 245.) 

PAGE 

EMPLOYEES 249 



Street Department, 
City Hall, Boston, February 1, 1908 

Hon. George A. Hibbard, 

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 1907 is herewith respectfully sub- 
mitted. 

The work of the department has been carried on under the 
same organization that was effected by the ordinance of 1906, 
and is as follows : 

Street Department. 

Ferry Division. 

Appropriations . 

The money assigned for the work of the department for the 
past year was as follows : 

First. — Maintenance: From the 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 such recommenda- 
tions as he deems proper to the City Council. 

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

Street Department $960,000 00 

Ferry Division . . 250,000 00 

Total $1,210,000 00 



City Document No. 42. 



Second. — Special work clone under loan appropriations 
for permanent improvements. There was made available 
from loan money for street improvements, $400,000. 

Third. — Loans under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. 
Under authority of this act the city is empowered 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 as follows : 

Highways, Making of $194,645 84 



The expenditures under the several appropriations for the 
year 1907 were as follows: 



Maintenance ... 
Street Improvements 
Columbus Avenue, Asphalting 
Highways, Making of 
Atlantic Avenue Extension 
Abohshment of Grade Crossin 
Engineering Department 



Total 



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482,465 90 

53,774 00 

194,645 84 

290 37 

1,120 00 

120 00 

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The following changes in pavements were made during the 
year: 

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0.03 " 786 

0.30 " 6,186 



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Commissioners, during the year, show : 

Macadam, increased 0.11 mile or 1,547 square yards. 
Gravel, increased 0.96 mile or 15,764 square yards. 

Streets laid out or discontinued by the abolishment of 
grade crossings, Freeport, Walnut and other streets, show: 

Plank on bridges, decreased 0.01 mile or 100 square yards. 
Macadam, decreased 0. 11 mile or 3,223 square yards. 
Not graded, increased 0.47 mile or 8,367 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes, show: 

Asphalt, increased 0.02 mile or 121 square yards. 

Granite block, decreased 0.11 mile and increased 1,346 square yards. 

Wooden block, decreased 0.00 mile or 22 square yards. 

Plank on bridges, increased 0.01 mile or 366 square yards. 

Brick, increased . 00 mile or 72 square yards. 

Cobble, decreased 0.00 mUe or 5 square yards. 

Macadam, increased 0.21 mile or 3,091 square yards. 

Gravel, decreased 0.00 mile or 111 square yards. 

Not graded, increased 0.01 mile or 195 square yards. 



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Public streets laid out by the Street Commissioners during 
the year show pavements increased 1.31 miles or 20,078 
square yards; public streets discontinued show pavements 
decreased 0.24 mile or 2,767 square yards. 

Public streets laid out by the abolishment of grade crossings 
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square yards. 

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square yards. 

Total net increase — 1.56 miles or 27,408 square yards, 
pavements on public streets. 

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 510.04 

1908 511.60 



Respectfully submitted, 

William Jackson, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets. 



PART 



APPENDICES 



APPENDIX A. 



REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE ENGINEER. 



Boston, Mass., February 1, 1908. 

Mr. William Jackson, 

Acting Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — The annual report of the expenditures and 
income of the Street Department for the financial year ending 
January 31, 1908, 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 suburban districts not covered 
by the Street Cleaning Department. 

The department is in charge of the Superintendent of 
Streets, and an engineering force under the direction of a 
Chief Engineer. 

The amount of work done by the departm(>nt during the 
past yea]' is as follows : 



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City Document No." 42. 



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with gravel joints 

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Asphalt laid on a concrete base 

Asphalt surface laid 

Asphalt patching 

Hassam pavement laid 

Brick sidewalks laid 

Crushed_ stone sidewalks laid 

^ Artificial stone sidewalks laid 

Telford base laid 

Macadam surface placed 

Vitrified brick paving laid on a concrete 
base (crosswalks) 

Vitrified brick paving laid on a gravel 
base (gutters) 

Artificial stone curbing laid 

Artificial stone gutter laid 

Coal-tar concrete sidewalk laid 



70,765 linear feet. 
1,321 square yards. 



2,688 

193 

82,656 

522 



13 square yards. 



8,480 square yards. 
4,739 



49,191 square yards. 
430 
1,603 

3,952 



126 linear feet. 
374 square yards. 
2,409 



38,079 linear feet. 
19,966 square yards 

13,303 

944 

20,523 

1,109 
7,400 
7,599 
5,022 



1,101 

4,422 

21,438 

21,893 

3,741 

51,153 

526 

1,692 



' Includes 154 square yards laid on a cement mortar bed. 

" 2,309 hnear feet of American Mason Safety Tread laid in connection with this work. 

The following is a description of the most important work 
done during the year. This work was done under the super- 
vision of the Chief Engineer. 



Paving. 

Beacon street, at Commonwealth avenue. A refuge island 
with edgestone, three (3) foot block gutter and brick surface, 
was constructed for the safety and convenience of people waiting 
for inward bound surface cars. It is about sixty (60) feet long 
and ten (10) feet wide and is provided with two lamps. The 
excavating and regulating were done by the contractor, Peter 
Gilligan, and the edgestones, granite blocks and bricks were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

C street, from 1,030 feet northeasterly of West First street 
across Fargo street, is about 1,300 feet in length, and 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. The work was commenced in 1906 and com- 
pleted to a point about 245 feet west of Fargo street. Work 
was then suspended and the street left in a passable condition 
for the winter. This spi'ing the work was resumed and com- 
pleted by the contractor. This is an eighty (80) foot street 
with paved roadway, edgestones and ten (10) foot gravel side- 
walk. The former surface was gravel. 



Street Departmext — Executive Engineer. 41 

Dorchester street, from West First street 240 feet northerly, is 
240 feet in length and was paved by the Suffolk Contracting 
Company, under contract, with granite blocks on a gravel base 
with gravel joints. The contractor also did the excavating and 
regulating. The old gutter blocks were hauled by the con- 
tractor to the Columbia road crusher. The former surface 
was gravel. 

Eastern avenue, from Commercial street to the South Ferry, 
is 361 feet in length and was paved with large granite blocks on 
a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints, by the Orient Construction Company, under con- 
tract, who also did the excavating and regulating. The old 
paving blocks were hauled by the contractor to the Massa- 
chusetts avenue lot. The former surface was granite blocks on 
a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Gage street, from Trask street to Northampton street, is about 
eighty (80) feet in length and was repaved with granite blocks on 
a gravel base with gravel joints by Peter W. Hill, who also did 
the regulating. This is a twenty (20) foot street with paved 
roadway, edgestone, flagging crosswalks and three (3) foot 
brick sidewalks. The former surface was granite blocks on a 
gravel base with gravel joints. 

Hanover street, from Union street to Parmenter street, is 
about 1,010 feet in length and was paved with large granite 
blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with 
pitch and pebble joints. The work was done under contract by 
James Doherty, who also 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. 

Hanover street, from Parmenter street to Tileston street, is 
about 661 feet in length, was paved with large granite blocks 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and 
pebble joints, by Patrick McGovern, who also 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. 

Melcher street, from Summer street 484 feet southeasterly, 
was repaved with granite blocks on a gravel base, with gravel 
joints, by Peter W. Hill, under contract, who also did the 
excavating and regulating. 

Parmelee street, from Northampton street to Massachusetts 
avenue, about 195 feet in length, was repaved with granite 
blocks on a gravel base, with gravel joints, by Peter W. Hill, 
who also did the I'egulating. 

Trask street, from Parmelee street to Harrison avenue, about 
560 feet in length, was repaved with granite blocks on a gravel 
base, with gravel joints, by Peter W. Hill, under contract, who 
also did the reeulating;. 



42 City Document No. 42. 



Asphalt. 

Arxh street, from Milk street about 200 feet southerly, was 
resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company, under a ten 
(10) years' maintenance guarantee, with one and one4ialf 
inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half 
inches of bituminous concrete binder. On account of a settle- 
ment, caused by building operations, 88 square yards, on the 
southeast corner of Milk street, was laid on a six (6) inch Port- 
land cement concrete base and paid for by the building con- 
tractors. The remainder of the pavement was laid upon the 
existing concrete base, which was cleaned off and brought to 
within three (3) inches of the finished surface of the roadway 
with Portlancl cement concrete or bituminous concrete binder, 
and' was paid for by the city. The contractor also did the 
regulating. 

Beacon street, from Massachusetts avenue across Hereford 
street, about 704 feet in length, was resurfaced by the Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company under a ten (10) years' maintenance 
guarantee, with one and one-half (H) inches of Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (H) 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. The 
contractor also did the regulating. 

Boylston street, northerly side, between Berkeley and Claren- 
don streets, about 728 feet in length, was resurfaced by the 
Barber Asphalt Paving Company under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee, with one and one-half (Ih) inches of 
Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1^) 
inches of bituminous concrete binder upon the existing con- 
crete base, which was brought to within three (3) inches of the 
finished surface of the roadway with Portland cement concrete. 
The track brow was paved with large granite blocks on a 
Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints, 
and was laid on a cement mortar bed. 

Columbus avenue, from the bridge over the Boston & 
Albany Railroad to the north side of Camden street, about 
4,087 feet in length, was finished early in the year. This work 
was done undei; contract by the Barber Asphalt Paving Corn- 
pany, who commenced work last year. The work done this 
year consisted of finishing the laying of the brick sidewalks, the 
rest of the work having been completed last year. 

Columbus avenue, from the north side of Camden street to 
about sixty (60) feet north of Station street, about 3,860 feet in 
length, was finished early in the year. This work was done 
under contract by the Boston Asphalt Company, who com- 
menced work last year. The work done this year consisted of 
some regulating, the remainder of the work having been com- 
pleted last year. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 43 

Hanover street, from Tileston to Charter street, about 301 
feet in length, 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 (H) 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. This work was necessitated 
by the building of a sewer through the street. The former 
surface was Sicilian Rock asphalt laid in 1896. The city did 
the regulating. 

Huntington avenue, between West Newton street and Garri- 
son street, westerly roadway, about 647 feet in length, was 
resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company, under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee, with one and one-half 
(Ih) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface, 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. The contractor also did the regulating. 
The former surface was Sicilian Rock asphalt laid in 1896. 

Ruggles street, from Cabot street to Shawmut avenue, about 
1,052 feet in length, was paved with one and one-half (H) 
inches of Tidnidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one- 
half (H) inches of bituminous concrete binder laid on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, under a ten (10) years' 
maintenance guarantee, by the Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany, who also did the excavating and regulating. The 
former surface was macadam. 

Trinity place, between Stuart and Stanhope streets, about 
238 feet in length, was resurfaced, in part, by the Barber 
Asphalt Paving Company, under a ten (10) years' mainte- 
nance guarantee, with one and one-half (H) inches of Trinidad, 
asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1^) inches of 
bituminous concrete binder. This work was necessitated by 
the building of a sewer through the street, and 249 square 
yards was laid on a new six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base and the remainder was laid on the existing concrete base, 
which was brought to within three (3) inches of the finished 
surface of the roadway with Portland cement concrete. The 
contractor also did the excavating and regulating. 

Vernon street, from Cabot street across Auburn street, about 
773 feet in length, was paved with one and one-half (Iv) inches 
of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1^) 
inches of bituminous concrete binder, laid on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base, under a ten (10) years' main- 
tenance guarantee, with the exception of about eighty (80) 
feet at the Cabot-street end, which, on account of a steep grade, 
was paved with large granite blocks on a concrete base, with 
pitch and pebble joints. Tliis woi'k was done by the Barber 



44 City Document No. 42. 

Asphalt Paring Company, who also did the excavating and 
regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

Wood Block Paving. 

Park square, from the southerly line of Boylston street to 
the southerly line of Eliot street, about 474 feet in length, was 
paved with wood block, on a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base, with grout bed and joints, by the United States 
Wood Preserving Company, under a ten (10) years' mainte- 
nance guarantee. The track area was paved by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company. A portion of the old granite 
blocks were sold to the contractor and the remainder hauled 
by them to the Massachusetts avenue lot. The former pave- 
ment was granite blocks on a gravel base, with gravel joints. 

Washington street, from Milk street to near Court avenue, 
.about 520 feet in length, was paved with wood block on a six 
(6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with cement grout 
bed and joints, by the United States Wood Preserving Company, 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. The track 
area was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
This work is a continuation of the work done last year on 
Washington street, thus completing the laying of the wood 
block throughout the entire so-called "shopping district," from 
Beach street to approximately near State street. All of this 
work was necessitated on account of the work done in connec- 
tion with the building of the Washington-street subway. The 
regulating was done at the expense and under the supervision 
of the Transit Commission. The old granite blocks were 
hauled by the contractor to the Massachusetts-avenue lot. The 
former pavement was granite blocks on a concrete base, with 
pitch and pebble joints, but on account of the subway opera- 
tions this pavement was taken up and the roadway was tem- 
porarily repaved with granite blocks on a gravel bed. 

, Washington street, from Moultrie street to ^Centre street, 
Dorchester, about 185 feet in length, was paved with wood 
block on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with 
cement grout bed and joints, by the United States Wood Pre- 
serving Company, under a ten (10) years' maintenance guar- 
antee. The track area was paved by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Conipany. The contractor also did the excavating 
and regulating. The former surface was macadam. 

Water street, from Devonshire to Congress street, about 
208 feet in length, was paved with wood block on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, with cement grout bed 
and joints, by the United States Wood Preserving Company, 
under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. The track 
area was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
The old granite blocks were hauled by the contractor to the 
Massachusetts-avenue lot. The former pavement was granite 
blocks on. a gravel bed, with gravel joints. 



Street Department — Executive Exgixeer. 45 



Hassam Pavement. 

This is a patent pavement composed of crushed stone and 
Portland cement grout. It -is laid six (6) inches deep, four 
(-1) inches of which is composed of No. 1 crushed stone, well 
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 one-half (|) inch 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 
edgestone 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' main- 
tenance guarantee, in Rochester street, between Harrison 
avenue and Albany street. This company also did the road- 
way excavation. The edgestones were reset and the cross- 
walks and sidewalks were relaid by John W. Collins, under 
contract. 

BiTumTHic Pavement. 

This is a patent pavement composed of crushed stone and 
bituminous cement. It is laid six (6) inches deep, four (4) 
inches of which is composed of No. 1 crushed stone, well rolled 
and treated with two layers of bituminous cement. The 
other two (2) 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: 

Albany street, from Hampden street to Eustis street, about 
1,625 feet in length. The contractor did the excavating and 
regulating and hauled the old paving blocks to the Massachu- 
setts avenue lot. The former surface was granite blocks on a 
gravel base with gravel joints. 

Berkelen street, between Tremont street and Columbus avenue, 
was finished early in the year. This work was commenced and 
practically completed last year. The former surface was granite 
blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Mason street, from 213 feet to 448 feet south of West street. 
The contractor did the excavating and regulating. The surface 
of this street was formerly Sicilian Rock asphalt laid on the 
old cobblestones, and the work this year consisted of stripping 
off the asphalt top and laying the bitulithic pavement on the 
existing cobblestones. 



46 City Document No. 42. 

Massachusetts avenue, from Tremont street to Columbus 
avenue, northerly roadway about 524 feet in length. The sur- 
face of the street was formerly asphaltina pavement on a con- 
crete base. The work done this year was to strip off the 
asphaltina and lay the bitulithic pavement on the existing 
concrete base. The contractor also did the excavating and 
regulating. 

Assessment Streets. 

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

Bennington street, between Orleans and Moore streets, is 
about 1,714 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. 
Work was resumed March 28, 1907, and completed June 27, 
1907. The street is one hundred (100) feet wide with a sixty 
(60) foot Telford macadam roadway, with three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, granite edgestone and North River flagging cross- 
walks. The sidewalks are twenty (20) feet wide, twelve (12) 
feet loam planting space and the balance brick. The loam is 
two (2) feet deep and seeded. The Telford roadway is made 
up of an eight (8) inch Telford base, covered with four (4) 
inches of macadam surface. The straight edgestone, flagging, 
bricks and granite blocks were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. The circular edgestone was furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. The surface of the street was 
formerly macadam on one side and ungraded on the other, 
and there was a widening made from fifty (50) to one hundred 
(100) feet. 

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 was resumed April 4, 1907, and completed May 25, 

1907. It is a six (6) inch macadam roadway, with three (3) foot 
vitrified brick gutters. The sidewalks are twelve (12) feet 
wide, seven feet six inches loam, and seven feet six inches 
cracked stone, overlapping the loam space three (3) feet. The 
loam was furnished by the contractor. The vitrified bricks 
and granite paving blocks were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. ' The straight edgestone, flagging and crushed 
stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. 

Queensherry street, from Audubon road to Audubon road, 
is about 1,763 feet long. The contract for constructing this 
street was awarded to WilHam J. Barry, August 22, 1906. 



Street Departmext — ■ Executive Exgixeer. 47 

Work was begun August 31, 1906, and suspended December 7, 

1906. It was resumed March 25, 1907, and completed May 23, 

1907. It is a six (6) inch macadanl roadway with vitrified 
brick gutters. The sidewalks are twelve (12) feet wide, con- 
sisting of seven feet six inches of loam and seven feet six inches 
of cracked stone, overlapping the loam three (3) feet. The 
loam was furnished by the contractor. The vitrified briclvs 
and tlie granite paving blocks were furnislied by the city on the 
line of the work. The edgestone, flagging and crushed stone 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. 

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

Arcadia park, from Ditson street to Arcadia street, is about 
425 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Sylvester Connolly, November 24, 

1906. Work was begun May 21, 1907, and completed June 29, 

1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot crushed stone 
sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flagging, paving blocks and 
crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. 

Aspinwall road, from Washington street to Talbot avenue, 
is about 930 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James F. Murphy, May 15, 
1907. Work was begun May 31, 1907, and completed August 29, 
1907. It is a fift}' (50) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, brick and flag- 
ging crosswalks and an eight (8) foot sidewalk, consisting of a 
five (5) foot artificial stone walk, and the balance loam space. 
The straight edgestone, flagging, paving blocks, paving bricks 
and part of the crushed stone were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone, a part of 
the crushed stone and a small amount of sidewalk bricks, for 
repairs at Washington street, were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. A contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
September 5, 1907. Work was begun August 6, 1907, and 
completed August 26, 1907. On a part of this street artificial 
stone sidewalks had been built previous to construction. Such 
of these as were in good condition and conformed to the present 
construction were allowed to remain. The others were replaced 
with new work. The carriage entrances were laid flush with the 
walk and the return edgestones omitted. This sitlewalk 
was laid under a ten (10) vears' maintenance guarantee. 



48 City Document No. 42. 

Bakersfield street, from Stoughton street to Willis street, is 
about 980 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to William J. Fitzgerald, 
November 12, 1906. Work was begun November 23, 1906, 
and suspended December 10, 1906. It was resumed April 4, 
1907, and completed May 31, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot 
street, with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, edgestones and seven 
(7) foot crushed stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flag- 
ging and crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The paving blocks and circular edgestone 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

Boyden street, from Lauriat avenue to Callender street, is 
about 315 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James F. Murphy, July 
26, 1907. Work was begun July 29, 1907, and completed Sep- 
tember 20, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three- (3) foot granite block gutters, 
brick and flagging crosswalks, edgestones and seven (7) foot 
crushed stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, crossing 
bricks, paving blocks and crushed stone were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

Baijswater street, from Saratoga street across Austin avenue, 
is about 1,120 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty, Octo- 
ber 8, 1907. Work was begun October 15, 1907, and suspended 
December 6, 1907. The street is practically completed, with 
the exception of some work on the roadway and sidewalks, and 
work will be resumed early in the spring. It is a fifty (50) foot 
street with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot 
granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones 
and eight (8) foot crushed stone sidewalks. The slope on the 
water side, from the Orient Heights Yacht Club to Austin 
avenue, is protected by slope paving. The crushed stone and 
slope paving were furnished by the contractor. The straight 
edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. The paving blocks were fur- 
nished by the city, part on the line of the work and part hauled 
by the contractor. 

Bruce street, from Dracut street to Wrentham street, is about 
135 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch, November 11, 
1907. Work was begun November 29, 1907, and suspended 
December 26, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones and seven (7) foot 
crushed stone sidewalks. The edgestone was set and the gutters 
and part of the crosswalks were paved this year. The street 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 49 

was left in a passable condition for the winter. Work will be 
resumed in the spring. 

Causeway street, from Washington street north across Med- 
ford street, was paved with large granite blocks on a six (6) 
inch Portland cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints. The work was done under contract by William H. 
Cuddy, who also did the excavating and regulating. The 
street was widened about twenty-three (23) feet in doing this 
work. Work was begun September 19, 1907, and completed 
December 5, 1907. The old blocks were hauled by the con- 
tractor to the Revere-street yard. The former surface was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. In connec- 
tion with this work there was about 102 feet of the roadway 
repaved on the westerly side of the Charlestown bridge 
approach with gravel joints on a gravel base. 

Clement avenue, from the east side of Meredith street across 
Stratford street, is about 406 feet long. The contract for con- 
structing the surface of this street, with the exception of the 
artificial stone sidewalks, was awarded to Thomas F. Welch, 
June 28, 1907. Work was begun June 29, 1907, and completed 
August 16, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with six (6) inch 
macadam roadway, four (4) foot block dish gutters and brick 
crosswalks on a concrete base with grout joints. The side- 
walks, eight (8) feet in width, have an artificial stone walk 
four feet six inches wide and a sodded loam space three feet 
six inches wide. The paving blocks were furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. The crushed stone and bricks for the 
crosswalks were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The contract for constructing the artificial stone side- 
walks was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, April 2, 
1907. Work was begun May 17, 1907, and completed June 
14, 1907. This walk is laid under a ten (10) years' maintenance 
guarantee. 

Clai/bourne street, from Bowdoin street to Dakota street, is 
about 350 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Sylvester Connolly, 
August 1, 1907. Work was begun August 20, 1907, and com- 
pleted November 26, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones and seven (7) foot 
artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, paving 
blocks, flagging and crushed stone were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. A small number of bricks for 
repairs to the sidewalk at Bowdoin street were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. The contract for the artificial 
stone sidewalks was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
October 8, 1907. Work was begun October 28, 1907, and 
completed November 14, 1907. This sidewalk is laid under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 

Dahlgren street, from Westville street to Corona street, is 



50 City Document No. 42. 

about 265 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Daniel Marr & Son, Sep- 
tember 3, 1907. Work was begun September 25, 1907, and 
completed October 26, 1907. It is a thirty (30) foot street 
with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, brick crosswalks on a concrete base, granite 
edgestone and five (5) foot brick sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone, paving blocks, paving bricks and crushed stone 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone and the sidewalk bricks were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. 

Davitt street, from Savin Hill avenue about 247 feet north- 
easterly. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to Daniel E. Lynch, August 13, 1907. 
Work was begun August 23, 1907, and completed October 12, 
1907. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, brick crosswalks 
on a concrete base, granite edgestones and seven (7) foot side- 
walks, part brick and part crushed stone. A wooden fence 
was built across the end of the street. The straight edgestone, 
paving blocks, paving bricks and crushed stone were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. 

Fenwood road, from Huntington avenue to Brookline avenue, 
is about 1,465 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the Bay State Con- 
tracting Company, May 28, 1907. Work was begun June 4, 
1907, and completed September 18, 1907. It is a fifty (50) 
foot street, with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) 
foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edge- 
stones and eight (8) foot sidewalks, part crushed stone, part 
brick and part artificial stone. Such of the artificial stone 
sidewalks as had been built previous to the construction and 
were in good condition and conformed to the present construc- 
tion were allowed to remain. The straight edgestone, paving 
blocks, flagging and a part of the crushed stone were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edge- 
stone, sidewalk bricks and part of the crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. The contract for 
constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to War- 
ren Brothers Company, October 3, 1907. Work was begun 
October 7, 1907, and completed October 14, 1907. These 
walks are laid under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 

Fottler road, from Walk Hill street to Tileston avenue, is 
about 282 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Fred L. Williams, Septem- 
ber 3, 1907. Work was begun October 9, 1907, and com- 
pleted November 27, 1907. It is a fifty (50) foot street, with 
a six (6) inch macadam surface, three (3) foot granite block 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 51 

gutters, brick crosswalks on a concrete base, granite edgestone 
and eight (8) foot crushed stone sidewalks. The straight 
edgestone, paving blocks, paving bricks and crushed stone 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. 

Hobson street, from Faneuil street to Hobart street, is about 
1,033 feet in length. The contract for constructing the sur- 
face of this street was awarded to the Thomas J. Young Com- 
pany, September 14, 1907. Work was begun September 20, 
1907, and completed December 13, 1907. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) 
foot brick gutters on a gravel base, brick crosswalks on a 
concrete base, granite edgestones and seven (7) foot crushed 
stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, paving bricks for. 
gutters and crosswalks and crushed stone were furnished by 
the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

Kerxvin street, from Talbot avenue to Bernard street, is about 
656 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Daniel Marr & Son, July 26, 1907. 
Work was begun August 5, 1907, and completed October 26, 
1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, brick and flag- 
ging crosswalks, granite edgestone and a seven (7) foot side- 
walk, consisting of an artificial stone walk four and one-half 
(4^) feet in width and the balance loam space. The straight 
edgestone, paving blocks, paving bricks and a part of the 
crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone and a part of the crushed 
stone were furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 
contract for constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was 
awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, September 26, 
1907. Work was begun October 2, 1907, and completed 
October 22, 1907. Some artificial stone sidewalks had been 
built on this street previous to construction. Such of these 
as were in good condition and conformed to the present con- 
struction were allowed to remain. The others were removed 
and replaced with new walks. These walks are laid under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 

Kilton street, from Harvard to Park street, is about 842 
feet in length. In connection with the work of constructing 
this street, about 105 feet of Athelwold street was rebuilt to 
conform to the new grade. The contract for constructing the 
surface of these streets was awarded to Philip Doherty, October 
8, 1907. Work was begun October 16, 1907, and suspended 
December 14, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) 
foot crushed stone sidewalks. On a part of this street artifi- 



52 City Document No. 42. 

cial stone sidewalks, seven (7) feet in width, had been built 
previous to construction. These were in good condition and 
were allowed to remain. The street was left in a passable 
condition for the winter. Work will be resumed in the spring. 

Lansdowne street, from Brooldine avenue to 235 feet west of 
Ipswich street, is about 850 feet long. The contract for con- 
structing this street was awarded to Joseph J. Comfrey, May 22, 
1907. Work was begun July 15, 1907, and completed Octo- 
ber 21, 1907. This is a fifty (50) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging and brick crosswalks, granite edgestone and crushed 
stone sidewalks eight (8) feet in width. The straight edge- 
stone, flagging, paving blocks and crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The circular 
edgestone and the bricks for the crosswalks were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. 

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. Work was resumed April 25, 1907, and 
completed August 13, 1907. The width of the street is part 
fifty (50) feet and part forty (40) feet; has a six (6) inch 
macadam roadway with three (3) foot block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks and granite edgestone. The sidewalks are 
part seven (7) feet in width and part twelve and one-half 
(12^) feet in width. The seven (7) foot walks are artificial 
stone their entire width. The twelve and one-half (12^) foot 
walks consist of an artificial stone walk five (5) feet in width 
and a loam space. The straight edgestone, flagging and a part 
of the crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled by 
the contractor. The circular edgestone, paving blocks and a 
part of the crushed stone were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. A contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
May 28, 1907. Work was begun May 24, 1907, and com- 
pleted July 15, 1907. From Draper street about 150 feet 
westerly there is a descending grade of about twelve (12) feet 
in a hundred. As the ordinary smooth surface of an artificial 
stone sidewalk would afford poor footing in inclement weather, 
Mason safety treads were inserted in the artificial stone, flush 
with the top surface, thus preserving the appearance of the 
artificial stone and improving the foothold. These sidewalks 
were laid under a ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 

Lorriane street, from Colberg avenue to Belgrade avenue, 
about 846 feet in length, was completed this spring by William 
L. Dolan, under his contract dated October 3, 1906. Work 
was resumed July 18, 1907, and completed July 27, 1907. This 
is a forty (40) foot street, with edgestone at the street corners; 
has a six (6) inch macadam roadway, four (4) foot granite 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 53 

block dish gutters, jBagging crosswalks and artificial stone 
sidewalks four and one-half (4J) feet in width and seeded loam 
spaces two (2) feet wide. The loam for the loam spaces was 
furnished, placed and seeded by the contractor. The con- 
tract for the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to Simpson 
Brothers Corporation, April 23, 1907. Work was begun May 29, 
1907, and completed July 17, 1907. This walk is laid under a 
ten (10) 5^ears' maintenance guarantee. Under-drains were 
laid connecting the cinder foundation of the walks with the 
catch-basins, the object being to prevent the accumulation of 
water at the low end of the walks and a consequent upheaval 
which might be occasioned by the action of frost in the ground. 

Mallet street, from Florida street to Adams street, is about 730 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to Timothy F. Bradley, September 3, 
1907. Work was begun September 17, 1907, and suspended 
November 15, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot side- 
walks, consisting of a four and one-half (4^) foot artificial stone 
walk, and a loam space. The edgestones were set, the crossings 
and gutters paved and the macadam placed this year, and the 
street left in a passable condition for the winter. A small amount 
of work remains to be done in the spring. The contract for the 
artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to Simpson Brothers 
Corporation, November 14, 1907. Work was begun November 
21, 1907, and suspended December 3, 1907. The cinder founda- 
tion for the artificial stone was placed, and the sidewalks 
made safe for the winter. Work wdll be resumed in the spring. 

Marmion street, from Cornwall street 306 feet northeasterly. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to Mark H. Lynch, July 26, 1907. Work was begun 
August 5, 1907, and completed September 6, 1907. It is a 
thirty (30) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, 
three (3) foot brick gutters, brick crosswalks on a concrete 
base, granite edgestone, and five (5) foot brick sidewalks. 
The edgestone, paving bricks for the gutters and crosswalks, 
and the crushed stone, were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The bricks for the sidewalks were furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. 

Mapleton street, from Market street to Murdock street, is 
about 1,714 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Coyle & Clark, July 6, 
1907. Work was begun August 16, 1907, and suspended Jan- 
uary 10, 1908. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch 
macadam roadway, three (3) foot brick gutters, brick cross- 
walks on a concrete base, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot 
crushed stone sidewalks. The edgestone, paving bricks and 
crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractors. Work will be resumed in the spring. 



54 City Document No. 42. 

Meredith street, from Clement avenue to Kenneth street, was 
completed this spring by Thomas F. Welch, mider his contract 
of October 3, 1906. Work was resumed May 6, 1907, and com- 
pleted June 18, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway, four (4) foot granite block dish 
gutters, flagging crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks, four 
and one-half (4^) feet in width, and sodded loam spaces three 
and one-half (3^) feet wide. Under-drains were laid connecting 
the cinder foundation of the artificial stone walk with the catch- 
basins, the object being to prevent the accumulation of water 
at the low end of the walks, and a consequent upheaval which 
might be occasioned by the action of frost in the ground. The 
contractor furnished the drain pipe and the crushed stone for 
covering the pipe, and also furnished the loam and sod for the 
loam spaces. The contract for the artificial stone sidewalks 
was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, April 5, 1907. 
Work was begun April 16, 1907, and completed June 15, 1907. 
These sidewalks were laid under a ten (10) years' maintenance 
guarantee. 

Milivood 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. Work was resumed April 4, 1907, and completed 
April 18, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks and granite edgestone. The sidewalks are 
seven (7) feet in width, consisting of an artificial stone walk 
four and one-half (4J) feet wide, and the balance a loam 
space. The straight edgestone, flagging and a part of the 
crushed stone were furnished by the city, and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone, paving blocks and a part 
of the crushed stone were furnished by the city on the line of 
the work. The contract for constructing the artificial stone 
sidewalks was awarded to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 
April 23, 1907. Work was begun June 8, 1907, and completed 
July 11, 1907, These sidewalks were laid under a ten (10) 
years' maintenance guarantee. 

Norwood street, from Tolman street to about 444 feet north- 
westerly. The contract for constructing the surface of this 
street was awarded to Philip Doherty, November 19, 1907. 
Work was begun December 4, 1907, and suspended December 
12, 1907. The edgestone on the westerly side was set and a 
part of the grading done this year. The street was left in a 
passable condition for the winter. The work will be resumed 
in the spring. 

Oakridge street, from Morton street to Codman street, is about 
865 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty, July 25, 
1907. Work was begun August 12, 1907, and completed 
October 26, 1907. It is a fifty (50) foot street with a six (6) 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 55 

inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and eight (8) foot 
crushed stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone, flagging, 
paving blocks and crushed stone were furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

Park View street, from Seaver street to Hutchings street, is 
about 403 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Robert L. Barrett, 
November 11, 1907. Work was begun November 13, 1907, and 
suspended December 19, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, and crushed stone sidewalks 
seven (7) feet in width. The edgestones were set and the 
gutters paved this year, and the street left in a passable condi- 
tion for the winter. Work will be resumed in the spring and 
the street completed during the coming season. The straight 
edgestone and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone and the paving 
blocks w^ere furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

Primrose street, from Walter street to Fairview street, is 
about 734 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Wilham L. Dolan, Novem- 
ber 19, 1906. Work was begun April 22, 1907, and completed 
July 30, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch 
macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flag- 
ging and brick crosswalks, granite edgestone and crushed 
stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. An under-drain about 
140 feet long was built at the southeast corner of Walter street. 
The straight edgestone, bricks for the crosswalks, paving 
blocks and crushed stone were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. Artificial stone sidewalks 
were constructed by W. A, Murtfeldt Company at numbers 
8, 12, 16 and 19 under agreement with the abutters, the city 
making the usual rebate. 

Pomfret street, from Maple street to Corey street, is about 
695 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Mark H. Lynch, May 9, 1907. 
Work was begun May 23, 1907, and completed June 28, 1907. 
This is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, vitrified brick 
crosswalks on a concrete base, granite edgestone and crushed 
stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. The straight edgestone, 
paving bricks for the crosswalks, paving blocks and crushed 
stone were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line 
of the work. 

Rockledge street, from Lambert avenue to Thornton street, is 
about 420 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Robert Eagar, Jr., Octo- 



56 City Document No. 42. 

ber 8, 1907. Work was begun October 12, 1907, and completed 
December 2, 1907. It is a thirty (30) foot street, with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and five (5) foot brick 
sidewalks. The edgestone, flagging and crushed stone were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving 
blocks and the bricks for the sidewalks were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. 

Roseland street, from Dorchester avenue to Samoset street, is 
about 516 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Daniel Marr & Son, 
November 26, 1906. Work was begun April 15, 1907, and 
completed October 24, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street, with 
a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks and granite edgestone. The side- 
walks are seven (7) feet in width, four and one-half (4^) feet 
of which is artificial stone and the balance loam space. There 
was about 285 feet of crushed stone sidewalk laid in front of 
some vacant land, and at the same place a wooden post and 
rail fence was built. The flagging and crushed stone were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
edgestone and paving blocks were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. The contract for constructing the artificial 
stone sidewalks was awarded to Warren Brothers Company, 
August 17, 1907. Work was begun October 9, 1907, and com- 
pleted October 26, 1907. This sidewalk was laid under a ten 
(10) years' maintenance guarantee. 

Speedwell street, from Topliff street to Hamilton street, is 
about 735 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to William Barrett, October 
9, 1907. Work was begun October 15, 1907, and suspended 
December 14, 1907, and the street was left in a passable condi- 
tion for the winter. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gut- 
ters, fiagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot 
sidewalks, four and one-half (4J) feet of which is artificial stone 
and the balance loam space. The edgestones were set, the 
crosswalks and the gutters paved and the macadam in the road- 
way placed and partially rolled this year. The straight edge- 
stone and flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the 
contractor. The circular edgestone, paving blocks and crushed 
stone were furnished by the city on the line of the work. The 
contract for constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was 
awarded to Warren Brothers Company, October 31, 1907. 
Work was begun November 13, 1907, and suspended December 
14, 1907. The southerly sidewalk has been constructed and 
the cinder foundation placed for the northerly sidewalk. The 
street will be completed early in the coming year. 

Samoset street, from Welles avenue to Centre street, is about 
875 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 57 

of this street was awarded to the D. E. Coleman Company, 
November 1, 1907. Work was begun November 13, 1907, and 
suspended December 14, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street, 
with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven 
(7) foot sidewalks. The edgestone was set, the gutters and a 
part of the crosswalks were paved and a part of the macadam 
placed this year. The edgestones ancl flagging were fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The paving 
blocks were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
The crushed stone was furnished by the contractor. The 
contract for the artificial stone sidewalks will be awarded 
and the walks constructed during the coming year. 

Willowwood street, from Norfolk street to Lauriat avenue, is 
about 1,490 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Joseph J. Comfrey, July 
27, 1907. Work was begun August 16, 1907, and completed 
November 30, 1907. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones and seven (7) 
foot crushed stone sidewalks. The straight edgestones, flag- 
ging and crushed stone were furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone and paving blocks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 

General. 

Worthington street, in front of the Normal school. A contract 
for setting the edgestone, la5nng the gutters and brick side- 
walks and loam spaces was awarded to Charles W. Kinney, 
November 11, 1907. Work was begun November 12, 1907, 
and suspended December 19, 1907. The work will be com- 
pleted early in the coming year. 

Breed-street loall, East Boston, at the estate of Palmira Biazi. 
The contract for constructing the wall was awarded to Daniel 
E. Lynch, July 5, 1907. Work was begun July 5, 1907, and 
completed July 25, 1907. It is a Portland cement retaining 
wall thirty-six (36) feet in length. The contractor furnished 
all the materials. 

Beacon-street wall. This is an ashlar masonry retaining wall, 
and consists of a short stretch bridging from the existing wing 
wall of the abutment wall of the Boston & Albany Railroad 
bridge to the building on the street line. This wall is of the 
same general characteristics as the existing wing wall, and was 
built to prevent the filling from sliding out of the street in front 
of the building. The contract for constructing the wall was 
awarded to the Hugh Nawn Contracting Company, who fur- 
nished all the labor and materials except the stone, which was 
obtained by taking down part of the existing wing wall and 
using the stone for the new work. 



58 City Document No. 42. 

Preston-street wall, Dorchester. About thirteen (13) Hnear 
feet of concrete wall, an apron and facings were built at the 
northerly end of the old brick arch culvert, which crosses the 
street at the premises of the Boston Gas Light Company on 
Preston street. Several feet of this culvert had been carried 
away by the action of the tides. The exposed part at the 
northerly end was in bad condition, and a portion of the side- 
walk had fallen overboard. The construction of the wall, 
apron and facing was to prevent further damage, strengthen 
the culvert and hold the sidewalk in place. A channel 
approaching the culvert about seven (7) feet in width, twenty 
(20) feet in length and two (2) feet in depth was excavated. 
The contract was awarded to Sylvester Connolly, who furnished 
all the labor and materials. 

Parsons street, from Faneuil street to North Beacon street, 
is about 1,215 feet in length. A contract for excavating and 
grading this street was awarded to John T. Scully, Jr., July 11, 
1907. The work was done to clear the ground of trees, fences, 
etc., and to excavate to six (6) inches below the established 
edgestone grade. Work was begun July 22, 1907, and com- 
pleted August 23, 1907. 

Hano street, from Braintree street about 416 feet easterly. 
A contract for removing the existing worn-out sidewalks on 
this street and laying tar concrete sidewalks was awarded to 
Simpson Brothers Corporation, November 21, 1907. The side- 
walks are five (5) feet in width, and the contractor furnished 
all the materials. Work was begun December 3, 1907, and 
completed December 19, 1907. 

Bowdoin street (southeast side), from Percival street to Mt. 
Ida road, is about 389 feet in length. Artificial stone side- 
walks were built by Simpson Brothers Corporation, under con- 
tract dated April 17, 1907. These sidewalks are laid under a 
ten (10) years' maintenance guarantee. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 



Maintenance . . . . . $960,000 00 

Amount collected for work done 
and materials furnished for 
different departments, com- 
panies and individuals . . 3,400 64 

Amount transferred from various 

appropriations .... 11,830 99 

$975,231 63 

Expenditures from February 1, 

1907, to January 31, 1908 . $975,231 63 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 



59 



Street Improvements. 

Amount of loan .... $400,000 00 
Amount collected for work done 

and materials furnished for 

different companies, etc. . . 25,563 35 
Amount transferred from various 

appropriations . . . . 18,447 07 



Unexpended balance, February 1, 1907 



Expenditures from February 1, 1907, to Janu- 
ary 31, 1908 

Unexpended balance, January 31, 1908 



$444,010 42 
43,507 79 

$487,518 21 

482,465 90 

$5,052 31 



Total Expenditures. 

Maintenance appropriation . 
Street improvements 
Abolishment of grade crossings 
Atlantic avenue extension . 
Columbus avenue, asphalting 
Engineering Department 
Highways, maldng of . 

Total 

Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills de- 
posited with the City Collector from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1907, on account of the Street 
Department, for edgestone and sidewalk 
assessments 

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



$975,231 63 

482,465 90 

1,120 00 

290 37 

53,774 00 

120 00 

194,645 84 

1,707,647 74 



;i2,081 00 



$15,547 20 



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61 



SCHEDULE A. 

Salaries of superintendent and office employees 

Salaries of permit office employees 

Salaries of inspectors 

Salaries of engineering force . 

Engineering supplies and incidentals 

Holidays (not including holidays charged 

street accounts) 

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 

repairs 

Edgestone and sidewalks, new 
Fences and plank walks, new . 
Crossings, repairing . 
Crossings, new .... 
Sanding icy streets . 

Oatmeal 

Travelling expenses, car tickets, etc. 
Electrical appliances, labor, stock, etc 
Rent of towels . . . . 
Derrick repairs, etc. . 
Executions of court and damages 
Messenger service 

Ice 

Advertising .... 

Newspapers, magazines, etc. . 

Automobile, expense, labor, repairs, etc. 

Constable, expense of 

Kerosene oil tanks 

Dumping boat service (Sanitary Department) 

Boat landing, Charlestown 

Codman street, purchase of land 

Public landing. South Boston 

Old Home Week Celebration . 

Carried forward ... 



on 



and 



122,146 40 


9,987 


94 


30,267 


38 


18,770 53 


458 


53 


62,616 


27 


126 


05 


8,946 


16 


909 


57 


1,314 


60 


1,534 


29 


6,324 


24 


10,514 


21 


1,110 


95 


3,317 


72 


2,345 


26 


29,144 


58 


1,845 


90 


307 


93 


109,767 


14 


10,367 


93 


9,072 


06 


16,645 


30 


267 


35 


13,515 


09 


5,165 


81 


470 


65 


161 


00 


1,231 


00 


1,439 


31 


110 


80 


277 


84 


1,875 


41 


678 


81 


79 


25 


39 


25 


145 


02 


2,929 


17 


903 


50 


192 


21 


792 


00 


584 


85 


13,370 


76 


170 


26 


502 


36 


$402,742 64 



62 



City Document No. 42. 



at 



Brought forward . . . . . 

Expert service on contracts . . . 

Repairing offices, stables, sheds, etc. 

Shanties, repairing, etc 

Heating apparatus at Hancock-street yard 

Repairing buildings and putting in drain 
Hancock-street yard 

Repairing roof of buildings at Charlestown yard, 

Putting in new toilets, etc., at North End yard . 

Heating apparatus at South End yard . 

Whitewashing stable at Highland-street 

yard ^. S900 00 

Less amount charged to Sanitary and 
Street Cleaning and Watering depart- 
ments 600 00 



$402,742 64 


542 


48 


5,812 


11 


198 


76 


857 01 


4,337 


45 


148 


00 


1,532 


07 


2,322 


65 



Wiring building at Codman-street yard 
Repairing roof of building at South End yard 
Installing gas piping at South Boston yard . 
Painting office at South End yard 
Repairing lavatory at Columbia-road crusher 
Installing boiler at Mt. Vernon-street yard . 
Expenses of yards and stables, in- 
cluding horses and wagons; cost 
of caring for horses, repairs to 
carts, harnesses, etc. . . . $232,766 36 
Less amount earned by department 

teams 97,965 94 



300 00 
290 00 
760 09 
117 38 
126 25 
244 06 
270 00 



Steam rollers, cost of running and 

repairs $20,671 08 

Less amount earned by steam 

rollers 19,922 50 



Materials sold and work done for other depart- 
ments and individuals 

Street Cleaning and Watering Department, pro- 
portional share of whitewashing stable and 
repairing roof at Highland-street yard, and cost 
of care of horses, etc., at East Eagle-street 
yard . . • • _ • 

Sanitary Department, May dirt 

Sewer Department, old blocks 

Grove-street crusher, setting up crusher 

Expense looking up claims 

Keys 

Extra postage 



Carried forward 



134,800 42 

748 58 
' 1,105 65 



' 1,070 90 

63 00 

28 00 

5,074 41 

86 65 

9 35 

26 25 

$563,614 16 



1 Paid into City Treasury, $431.44. 

' Paid through Collecting Department, $241.90. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 



63 



Brought forivard 
Expressage 
Clocks and repairing 
Automobile license . 
Automobile insurance 
Removing night soil . 
Constable bond 
Rope for raft 

Clerical services on annual report for 1905 
Repairing Travers-street subway . 
Flagstaff, setting up, etc. 

Ensign 

Removing trees 

Sundries 

Rebuilding temporary bridge connecting Summer 

and Congress streets 

Stock, handling and teaming . . $28,424 68 
Stock, materials .... 46,649 14 



Less stock delivered on streets 



$75,073 82 
74,301 96 



Austin street, Charlestown, building fence under 

bridge 

E street, South Boston, grading extension of 
Preston street, rebuilding culvert and wall . 



,614 


16 


4 


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86 


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15 


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66 


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34 


63 


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11 


25 



90 86 



3,338 78 



771 86 

203 62 
234 81 
175 00 



$569,182 47 



Less decrease in crushed stone on hand: 
Crushed stone delivered on streets . $143,538 07 
Less cost of operating crushers . 109,408 32 



34,129 75 
$535,052 72 



SCHEDULE B. 



Street Work. Paid out of Maintenance Appro- 
priation. 

Allandale street, Centre street to Brookline line. 
Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Area, 
6,500 square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . $1,431 50 

Materials furnished by the city . 2,140 66 



$3,572 16 



64 City Document No. 42 

Atherton street, Amory street to the railroad bridge. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 
1,445 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $263 25 

Materials furnished by the city . . 273 86 



Atlantic avenue, between Congress and Oliver 
streets. Block paving patched with pitch 
and pebble joints, edgestone reset and brick 
sidewalks relaid. Area, 2,266 square yards: 

Materials furnished by the city . . $17 83 

Amount paid to. William H. 

Cuddy, paving . . . . 3,163 03 

Beacon street, building island at intersection with 

Commonwealth avenue. Area, 65 square 
yards: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $30 64 

Materials furnished by the city . . 248 04 

Amount paid to Peter Gilligan, paving, 253 25 



Breed street, building retaining wall at estate of 
Palmira Biazi. Length, 36 feet; area of top, 
8 square yards: 
Labor furnished by the city . . $79 50 
Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch, 

under contract 725 00 



Bromley street. Old Heath street to New Heath 
street. Resurfaced with 6-inch macadam. 
Area 667 square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $420 25 

Carried forward .... $420 25 



$537 11 



5,180 86 



$531 93 

Beacon street, at bridge over Boston & Albany 
Railroad Company. Taking down and re- 
placing wing wall of abutment to bridge: X 
Amount paid to Hugh Nawn Contracting Com- "^ 
pany '^ $527 41 

Bradshaw street, Gleason to Glenway street. Re- ; 

surfaced with 6-inch macadam. Area, 467 

square yards: 
Labor, teaming and roller furnished 

by the city $254 50 

Materials furnished by the city . . 248 40 



$502 90 



$804 ,50 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 65 



Brought forward .... $420 25 
Materials furnished by the city . . 379 04 



Bunker Hill street, Chelsea to Jackson street. Re- 
paved with granite blocks on a gravel base 
with gravel joints. Area, 2,000 square yards: 

Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $837 25 

Materials furnished by the city . . 105 99 



Cass street, Powell to Centre street (west side) . 

Constructing dish gutters. Area, 552 square 

yards: 
Materials furnished by the city . . $32 76 
Amount paid to Thomas F. Welch, 

under contract 906 08 



Centre street. Willow street, 200 feet beyond Beech 
street. Laying tile drain: 
Labor furnished by the city . . $557 08 
Materials furnished by the city . . 151 80 



Centre street, Eliot street to Seaverns avenue. Re- 
surfaced with macadam in places. 1,264 
square yards. Gutters paved: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city . . . . $251 50 
Materials furnished by the city . . 370 38 
Amount paid to J. H. Maguire . . 564 10 



Columbia road, Blue Hill avenue to Stanwood 
street, northerly side. Resurfaced with 3-inch 
macadam. Area, 6,430 square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . $2,151 23 
Materials furnished by the city . 1,792 88 



Columbia road, Stoughton to Hancock street. Re- 
surfaced with macadam: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city . . . . $197 88 
Materials furnished by the city , . 178 04 



Comins terrace, from Bower street, entire length. 
312 feet edgestone set, 50 square yards side- 
walks laid and gutters paved with old blocks: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $646 73 



Carried forward $646 73 



$799 29 



$943 24 



$938 84 



$708 88 



L,185 98 



,944 11 



$375 92 



66 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... $646 73 
Materials furnished by the city . . 335 32 



Crawford street, Waumbeck street to Walnut ave- 
nue. Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. 
Area, 1,300 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $554 83 

Materials furnished by the city . . 269 20 




Dorchester avenue, drawbridge towards Summer 

street. Patched in places with granite blocks 

on a gravel base with gravel joints: 

Teaming furnished by the city . . $49 00 

Materials furnished by the city . . 352 00 

Amount paid to Thomas McMann . 1,244 26 

East Cottage street. Pleasant street to Columbia 
road. Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. 
Area, 2,500 square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $897 95 
Materials furnished by the city . . 907 55 



Edgeworth street. Bunker Hill street to Ferrin 
street. Paved with old granite blocks on a 
gravel' base with gravel joints. Area, 327 
square yards: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $828 13 

Materials furnished hj the city . . 125 80 

Ellis street, Hawthorne street to Thornton street. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 
656 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $368 50 

Materials furnished by the city . . 117 56 



$982 05 



$824 03 



L,645 26 



,805 50 



$953 93 



$486 06 



Greenmount street, Dorchester avenue to Pleasant 
street. Constructing dish gutters. Area, 
299 square yards: 
Amount paid to Sylvester Connolly . . . $308 46 

Hano street, Braintree street to the end. Resur- 
faced with 5-inch macadam. Area, 911 
square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $754 89 

Carried forward .... $754 89 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 67 



Brought forward $754 89 

Materials furnished by the city . . 495 07 



Hawthorne street, Cedar street to Elhs street. Re- 
surfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 900 
square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city . . . . $281 08 
Materials furnished by the city . . 290 44 



Heath street, Parker street to Bromley street. Re- 
surfaced with 6-inch macadam. Area, 730 
square j^ards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $277 00 
Materials furnished by the city . . 692 03 



Holhorn street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 
2,633 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . . $863 25 
Materials furnished by the city . . 611 97 



Jamaica street, South street to the end. Resur- 
faced with 2-inch macadam. Area, 3,168 
square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $658 50 
Materials furnished by the city . . 216 87 



Juniper street. Cedar street to Thornton street. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 
1,034 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $475 63 
Materials furnished by the city . . 226 10 



L street, East First street to the bridge. Repaving 
with granite blocks on a gravel base with 
gravel joints, resetting edgestones and gravel- 
ling sidewalks. Area, 1,667 square yards: 

Labor and teaming furnished by 

the city . . . . \ $1,451 15 

Materials fui'nished by the city . 326 04 



$1,249 96 



'1 52 



$969 03 



11,475 22 



$875 37 



$701 73 



68 City Document No. 42. 

Lambert avenue, Cedar street to Kenilworth street. 
Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Area, 
2,265 square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city . . . . S412 08 
Materials furnished by the city . . 444 98 



Leyden street, Northwood street to Breed street. 

Setting edgestones and paving gutters and 

laying brick sidewalks, north side. Length, 

660 feet: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $285 75 

Materials furnished by the city . . 105 00 
Amount paid to Anthony Diamond, 

paving 395 79 



Main street, City square to Thompson square, 
both sides of the railway, and Wood street to 
Walker street, the northerly side of the rail- 
way. Repaving with granite blocks on a 
gravel base with gravel joints. Area, 5,402 
square yards: 

Labor and teaming furnished by 

the city S4,349 60 

Materials furnished by the city . 766 70 



Meridian street, Eutaw street to Condor street. 
Resurfaced with macadam. Area, 2,660 
square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city . . . . $913 38 

Materials furnished by the city . . 199 00 



$857 06 



$786 54 



55,116 30 

Market street, Faneuil street to Washington street, 
westerly side. Repairing old and construct- 
ing new tar concrete sidewalks. Area, 1,848 
square yards: 
Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, $2,329 75 

Meridian street, Maverick square to Elbow street, 
easterly side. Repaving with granite blocks 
on a gravel base, with gravel joints, resetting 
the edgestone and relaying the brick side- 
walk. Area, 330 square yards: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city $216 38 

Materials furnished by the city . . 149 35 

$365 75 



L,112 38 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 69 

Morton street, Canterbury street to Forest Hills 
street. Patched with macadam: 

Amount paid to Thomas J. Shea . . . $250 00 



Morton street, at Oakridge street. Grading and 
24-inch fill. Area, 300 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $737 25 
Materials furnished by the city . . 475 50 

$1,212 75 



Olney street, Bowdoin to Everton street. Resur- 
faced with 6-inch macadam. Area, 4,563 
square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . $1,700 24 
Materials furnished by the city . 2,372 18 



Paris street. Brooks street to Putnam street. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 
1,767 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $848 37 
Materials furnished by the city . . 370 45 



Park street, Tremont to Beacon street. Resur- 
faced with 3-inch macadam. Area, 1,315 
square yards: 

Labor and teams furnished by the 

city $628 89 

Materials furnished by the city . . 325 60 



Pierce square, Adams street and Washington 
street. Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. 
Area, 3,750 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . $1,323 01 
Materials furnished by the city . 1,319 76 



t,072 42 



;i,218 82 



$954 49 



;2,642 77 

Porter street, from Bismarck street 120 feet. Pav- 
ing gutters with cobblestones and macad- 
amizing roadway. 107 square yards gutter 
area: 

Labor and teams furnished by the city . . $367 CO 



70 City Document No. 42. 

Quincy street, Columbia road to within 100 feet 
of Blue Hill avenue. Resurfaced with 6-inch 
macadam. Area, 5,430 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . $3,483 49 

Materials furnished by the city . 2,075 68 



Saratoga street, Meridian street to Shelby street. 
Resurfaced with macadam. Area, 11,000 
square yards: 
Labor, teaming and steam roller 

furnished by the city . . $1,812 52 
Materials furnished by the city . 160 00 



$5,559 17 



$1,972 52 

Tremont street, Boylston street to Eliot street. 
Patched with granite blocks, with pitch 
joints. Area, 616 square yards: 
Amount paid to Wilham H. Cuddy . . . $945 87 

Tremont street, Corning street to the railroad 
bridge. Repaved with granite blocks on a 
gravel base with gravel joints, repaired side- 
walks. Area, 280 square yards: 
Materials furnished by the city . . $26 00 
Amount paid to Charles W. Kinney, 284 41 

$310 41 

Trernont street, at King's Chapel. Constructing 

artificial stone sidewalk. Area, 1,649 square 
feet: 
Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, $445 00, 

Water street, Washington street to Devonshire 
street. Concrete base laid by agreement with 
the Boston Transit Commission. Area, 420 
square yards $315 00 

Weston street, Cabot street to Tremont street. 
Resurfaced with 3i-inch macadam. Area, 
694 square yards: 

Labor, teaming and steam roller fur- 
nished by the city .... $260 00 

Materials furnished by the city . . 289 16 

$549 16 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 71 



SCHEDULE C. 

The following schedule shows the expenditure from the 
maintenance appropriation of this department in excess of 
appropriation for Street Improvements: 



Albany street 

Almont street 

Amory street . . . 

Armstrong street 

Ashley street 

Astor street 

Bennington street 

Cedar street 

Centre street, Roxbury 

Centre street 

Columbus avenue 

Conway street 

Crawford street . 

D street 

Dorchester avenue, Adams to Park street 

Dorchester street 

Dover street 

East Fifth street 

East Third street, K to L street 

Fisher avenue 

Fountain street 

Geneva avenue 

Harrison avenue, Dover to Bristol street 

Harrison avenue, Dedham to Maiden street 

Howland street . 

Huntington avenue 

La Grange street 

Lamartine street 

Marlborough street 

Melcher street 

Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street 

Morton street, Evans to Selden street 

Morton street. Harvard to Canterbury street 

Prescott street 

Rochester street . 

Ruggles street 

Rutherford avenue 

Schuyler street 

Shawmut avenue 

Smith street 

Southampton street 

Tupelo street 

Carried forward 



$323 70 

46 90 

93 48 

355 19 

218 73 

24 68 
14 00 

151 25 
254 72 

14 28 

109 90 

2 44 

28 77 
571 62 
281 79 
430 95 

73 50 
9 04 

16 10 
200 11 

54 16 

2 40 
49 50 

109 87 
641 85 

25 87 
2,034 48 

11 67 

406 48 

66 47 

75 00 

75 00 

75 00 

5 44 

24 75 

21 76 

34 00 

184 68 

3 59 
70 38 

2,384 59 
18 00 

59,596 09 



72 



City Document No. 42. 



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$9,596 09 


Vernon street 














643 


78 


Walk Hill street 














1,526 


34 


Warren street 














289 


09 


Waumbeck street 














189 


88 


Webster street 














1,155 


50 


West Broadway . 














114 


75 


Worthington street 

Total 


51 


38 


. S13,566 81 



Detail of Expenditures Under Special Appropriations. 

^$1,120 00 



Abolishment of grade crossings (Dudley street) : 
Amount paid out by the city for labor 



Atlantic avenue, extension, between Kneeland 
street and the bridge. Repaved and regu- 
lated. Area, 1,164 square yards, unfinished 
work from 1906: 
Labor and teaming furnished by the 

city . . . . . . . $31 00 

Materials furnished by the city . . 84 50 
Amount paid to Joseph J. Comfrey, 

under contract 174 87 



Columbus avenue, asphalting (unfinished work 
from 1906) from the bridge over the Boston 
& Albany railroad to about 60 feet north 
of Station street, about 7,947 linear feet. 
Area, 47,400 square yards. Paving and reg- 
ulating track location: 

Labor and teaming furnished by 

the city $1,630 74 

Materials furnished by the city . 1,321 62 



Amount paid to the Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany: 
2,766 square yards, preparing site, 

@ 50c $1,383 00 

5,354 linear feet, edgestone set, @ 

21c 1,124 34 

4,405 square yards, concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. . . . 1,321 50 

421 square yards, granite block 
paving laid, gravel joints, 
@ 65c 273 65 



Carried forward 



1,102 49 



^$290 37 



1,952 36 



,952 36 



I Work done for Engineering Department. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 73 

Brought forward .... S4,102 49 $2,952 36 
8,789 square yards, granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 . . . 9,228 45 

516 square yards, flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 541 8t) 

] 6,856 square yards, bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface furnished 
and laid, @ $2.50 . . 42,140 00 
3 cubic yards, extra bitumi- 
nous binder furnished and 
laid, @ $9 . . . 27 00 

1,378.8 cubic yards, cement con- 
crete base for asphalt fur- 
nished and laid, @ $5 . 6,894 00 
7,001 square yards, brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . . 2,450 35 

376 square yards, chipping con- 
crete, @ 15c. . . . 56 40 
Extra work — Reset catch- 
basins and manhole covers: 
59 covers reset, @ $3 . . 177 00 
Extra work — Grade dummy 
and brows: 
4,265 square yards grading, @ 25c. 1,066 25 
Extra work — Lay track brows 
in mortar bed: 
1,408 square yards paving in mor- 
tar bed, @ 15c. . . 211 20 
Extra work — Furnish stone- 
cutter as needed: 
38 days, stonecutter, at $3 . 114 00 
Plus 15 per cent, on $114 . 17 10 
Extra work — Reset coal-hole 
covers at 269, 271, 273 and 
318 Columbus avenue: 
26 hours, mason, @ 55c. . . 14 30 
19 hours, tender, @ 25c. . . 4 75 
Plus 15 per cent, on $19.05 . 2 86 



$67,047 95 
Less amount paid in 1906, 23,712 45 



Amount paid to the Boston Asphalt Company: 

3,585 square yards preparing site, 

, @ 50c $1,792 50 



43,335 50 



Carried forward .... $1,792 50 $46,287 86 



74 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... $1,792 50 $46,287 86 
7,818 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

21c 1,641 78 

3,826 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. ... 1,147 80 

639 square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 415 35 

• 7,997 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@$1.05 .... 8,396 85 

269 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 282 45 

16,239 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface furnished 
and laid, @ $2.50 . . 40,597 50 

18J cubic yards extra bitimunous 
binder furnished and laid, 

@ $9 166 50 

1,363 cubic yards cement concrete 
base, for asphalt pavement 
furnished and laid, @ $5, 6,815 00 

9,869 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . . 3,454 15 

Extra work — Reset catch- 
basins and raise and lower 
manholes wherever needed : 
85 covers reset, @ $3. . . 255 00 

Extra work — Pave track 
brows on mortar bed: 
1,346 square yards paving on mor- 
tar bed, @ 15c . . . 201 90 
Extra work — ^Place and ram 
filling to sidewalks sub- 
grade: 
9,616 square vards sidewalks 

graded, @ 15c. . . . 1,442 40 

Extra work — Cut concrete 
for brows: 
22 days, foreman, @ $4 . . 88 00 

202J days' labor, @ $2 . . . 405 00 

i'^ Plus 15 per cent, on $493 . 73 95 

31 days, double team, @ $5 . 155 00 

Extra work — Excavate on 
street line to repair bulk- 
heads: 
4+ days, foreman, @ $4 . . 18 00 



Carried forward .... $67,349 13 $46,287 86 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 75 



i7,349 13 

129 00 

22 05 

2 50 

1 50 



38 25 

5 74 



$46,287 86 



Brought forward . 
641 days' labor, @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent, on $147 
\ day, double team, @ $5 
^ day, single team, @ $3 . 
Extra work — Furnish stone- 
cutter: 
19J days' labor, @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent, on $38.25, 
Extra work — Level retaining 
wall at the corner of Terry 
street and Columbus ave- 
nue: 
4f days' labor, @ $2 . 

Plus 15 per cent, on $9.25 . 
7 barrels Portland cement, @ 

$2.50 

2 double loads of sand, @ $2, 



Less amount paid in 1906, 



Amount paid out of appropriation 
for Columbus avenue, asphalting. 

Amount paid out of appropriation 
for street improvements 

Amount paid out of appropriation 
for Street Department . 



Engineering Department: 
Labor furnished by the city 

Street Improvements. 

Albany street, Hampden to Eustis street. Bitulithic paving 
laid, edgestones reset, crosswalks relaid, brick sidewalks 
relaid, and old paving blocks barred up and removed. 
Length, 1,657 feet. Area, 5,061 square yards. 

Labor, including engineering and 

furnished by the city . 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Edgestone furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Bricks furnished by the city 

Carried forward $3,984 85 



9 
1 


25 
39 




17 
4 


50 
00 




$67,580 
51,059 


31 
50 


16,520 81 








$62,808 67 


$53,774 


00 




8,924 


77 




109 


90 


$62,808 67 








^$120 00 



inspection 






$284 63 




2,219 10 




73 63 




646 99 




760 50 



' Work done for Engineering Department. 



76 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 
Cement furnished by the city- 
Stone furnished by the city 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers 
Company, under contract: 
5,431 square yards preparing 

site, @ 50c. . 
3,053 Hnear feet edgestone set, 

@ 21c 

343 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. . 
142 square yards granite 
block paving laid, pitch 
joints, @ $1.05 
197 square yards flagging 
crosswalks laid, pitch 
joints, @ $1.05 . 
5,092 square yards bitulithic 
pavement furnished 
and laid, @ $2.50 
1,874 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. 



Less credit for old blocks 



53,894 85 

112 50 

2,815 52 



$2,715 50 




641 13 




102 90 


• 


149 10 




206 85 




12,730 00 




655 90 


17,201 38 






$24,114 25 
600 00 




$23,514 25 



Albany street, Randolph to Bristol street. Brought up to grade 
with ashes, repaved with granite blocks on a gravel base, 
edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid in places. 
Length, 510 feet. Area, 3,400 square yards. 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Sand furnished by the city . 
Cement furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Edgestones furnished by the city 



1,852 42 

942 00 

597 60 

30 00 

6 90 

158 55 

28 25 

5,615 72 



Albany street,^ Randolph to Union Park street. Brought up to 
grade with ashes, repaved with granite blocks on gravel 
base, edgestone reset and brick sidewalks relaid in places. 
Length, 640 feet. Area, 4,025 square yards. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 



// 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city , 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Edgestone furnished by the city 
Sand furnished by the city . 
Cement furnished by the city 



Almont street, from Walk Hill street 150 feet westerly, 

Area, 667 square yards: 

Filling furnished by the city .... 

Lumber furnished by the city .... 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . 



S4,107 43 

2,963 03 

590 00 

83 44 

80 00 

6 90 

$7,830 80 

Grading. 

$1,300 50 
26 78 
20 12 

$1,347 40 



Amory street, Boylston to Atherton street, resurfaced with 
5-inch macadam, and, from School to Atherton street, resur- 
faced with 2i-inch macadam. Length, 768 feet. Area, 
1,821 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $677 25 

Materials furnished by the city .... 555 16 



[,232 41 



Arch street, Milk street to 200 feet southerly. Length, 200 feet. 
Area, 499 square yards. Roadway asphalted. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $7 50 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company, 
as per contract: 
23 square yards preparing site, 

@ 50c $11 50 

95 linear feet edgestone set, 

@ 21c 19 95 

8 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... 8 40 

8 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... 8 40 

483 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid, @ 
$2.50 .... 1,207 50 



Carried forward . 



,255 75 



$7 50 



78 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 
7 cubic yards extra bitumi- 
nous binder furnislied 
and laid, @ $9 
14 cubic yards extra cement 
concrete base furnished 
and laid, @ $5 



Arlington street, Brighton, Parsons street westerly. Resurfaced 
with 2-inch macadam and dish gutters laid. Length, 407 
feet. Area, 1,176 square yards. 



,255 75 


S7 50 


63 00 




70 00 


$1,388 75 






$1,396 25 



Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city 

Material furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to Coyle and Clark 



$278 67 
188 60 
392 18 

$859 45 



Armstrong street, Chestnut avenue to Mozart street. Unpaid 
from 1906. 



Material furnished by the city 



$355 19 



Arthur street, Hichborn to North Beacon street. Resurfaced 
with 4-inch macadam, gutters paved and sidewalks 
gravelled. Length, 400 feet. Area, 1,022 square yards. 



Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city 

Materials furnished by the city .... 



$532 25 
289 01 

$821 26 



Ashley street, Chestnut avenue to Armstrong street. Unpaid 
from 1906. 4-inch macadam. Length, 316 feet. Area, 
703 square yards. 

Materials furnished by the city .... $338 73 



Astor street, Massachusetts avenue to Hemenway street. Edge- 
stones reset, gutters repaved, crosswalks and brick side- 
walks relaid. Length, 891 feet. 

$222 00 



Labor, teaming furnished by the city 
Materials furnished by the city . 



226 06 



Carried forivard . 



$448 06 



Stheet Department — Executive Engineer. 79 

Brought forward $448 06 

Amount paid to Charles W. Kinney under contract: 
1,759 linear feet edgestone 

set, @ 21c. . . $369 39 

676.3 square yards granite 
block paving laid @ 

65c 439 60 

107. 1 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. . 37 48 
Extra work — Laj^ brick 
sidewalks herring- 
bone on edge where 
directed: 
35.1 square yards brick her- 
ringbone on edge laid, 
@ 71c. . . . 24 92 

— ^ 871 39 



,319 45 



Beach street, South to Lincoln street. Repaved with granite 
blocks on gravel base, crosswalks relaid, edgestones reset 
and sidewalks relaid. Length 270 feet. Area 780 square 
yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . • $79 50 
Materials furnished by the city .... 83 79 
Amount paid to Trimount Contracting Com- 
pany under contract: 
299 linear feet edgestone set, @ 21c., $62 79 
905 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 65c 588 25 

234 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @, 35c 81 90 

732 94 



$896 23 



Beacon street, Pumping station to the Newton line. Resur- 
faced with macadam. Completion of 1906 work. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $97 30 

Materials furnished by the city .... 165 09 



$262 39 



Beacon street, Hereford street to Massachusetts avenue. Road- 
way asphalted, edgestones reset and crosswalks and side- 
walks relaid. Length, 706 feet. Area, 3,766 square 
yards. 



80 City Document No. 42. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . S350 74 

Blocks furnished by the city . . . . 15 75 

Bricks furnished by the city . . . . 31 17 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company 
under contract: 
146 square yards preparing site, 

@ 50c $73 00 

682 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

21c 143 22 

52 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 75c. . . . 39 00 

3 square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel joints, 

@ 50c 1 50 

26 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 27 30 

26 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 
$1.05 . . . • . . 27 30 
3,766 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface furnished 
and laid, @ $2.50 . . 9,415 00 
30 cubic yards extra bituminous 
binder furnished and laid, 

@ $9 270 00 

986 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . .345 10 

Extra work ^ — Furnish and 

lay cement concrete to 

bring existing concrete 

base to proper sub-grade: 

23 cubic yards cement concrete 

base furnished and laid, @ 

$5 115 00 

10,456 42 



$10,854 08 



Bennington street, Prescott street to Central square, northerly 
side. Repaved with granite blocks on gravel base, edge- 
stones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 2,767 
feet. Area, 2,886 square yards. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... $96 00 

Gravel furnished by the city . . . . 751 00 



Carried forward ....... $847 00 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 81 

Brought forward $847 00 

Amount paid Anthony Diamond under con- 
tract: 
100 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

18c. ..... $18 00 

3,180 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 40c. . . 1,272 00 
100 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 25c. . . . 25 00 

1,315 00 



J, 162 00 



Berkeley street, Boylston to Providence street, easterly side. 
Roadway asphalted. Completion of 1906 work. Length, 
160 feet. Area, 338 square yards. 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company under 
contract : 
359 square yards preparing site, @ 

50c $179 50 

15 linear feet edgestone set, @ 21c., 3 15 
1 cubic yard concrete base laid 
for granite block paving and 
crosswalks, @ $5 . . . 5 00 
10 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, pitch joints, @ $1.05 10 50 
19 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.05 . . . . 19 95 ' 

329 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface fur- 
nished and laid, @ $2.50 . 822 50 
6§ cubic yards extra bituminous 
binder furnished and laid, @ 

$9 60 00 

36 cubic yards concrete base laid 

for asphalt pavement, @ $5, 180 00 
4 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 1 40 

$1,282 00 



Berkeley street, Tremont street to Columbus avenue. Comple- 
tion of 1906 work. Bitulithic paving laid, granite block 
paving on cement concrete base laid in track area, edge- 
stones reset, brick sidewalks relaid and old blocks barred 
out and removed. Length, 1,195 feet. Area, 7,301 square 
yards. 



$500 of this amovint piiid by tlio Knsi Boston C:i.s Company. 



82 City Document No. 42. 

Teaming furnished by the cdty . 
Cement furnished by the city 
Labor furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Amount paid Warren Brothers Company under 
contract : 

6,029 square yards preparing site, 

@, 50c. . . . S3,014 50 

2,110 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

21c 443 10 

1.597 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. . . .479 10 

327 square yards granite block 
paving laid gravel joints, 

@. 65c 212 55 

2,802 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 2,942,10 

29 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, gravel joints, @ 

65c 18 85 

242 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 254 10 

4,433 square yards bituUthic pave- 
ment furnished and laid, @ 
$2.50 .... 11,082 50 
2,477 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . .866 95 
Extra work — Furnish fihing: 
47 double loads filUng furnished, 

@ $1.50 . . . . 70 50 

$19,384 25 
Less amount paid in 1906, 14,950 65 



1,053 00 

567 50 

70 59 

19 50 



4,433 60 
$6,144 19 



Hicknell street, Harvard to Bradshaw street. Macadamized 
with 2i-inch macadam. Area, 1,885 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $350 88 

Materials furnished by the city .... 457 60 

$808 48 



1 $3,904.63 of this amount paid by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 83 

Blossom street, Cambridge to Parkman street. Repairs made 
on 3-inch macadam. Area, 822 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $340 50 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 219 20 

S559 70 



Blue Hill avenue, Brunswick to Devon street. Completion of 
1906 work. Bitulithic paving laid. 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company under 

contract ^ $300 25 

"Blue Hill avenue, Dewey to Savin street. Work of 1906. 
Bitulithic paving laid $0 00 

Blue Hill avenue. West Cottage to Stafford street. Completion 
of 1906 work. Roadway repaved, edgestones reset and 
sidewalks relaid. Length, 631 feet. Area 1,540 square 
yards. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... $137 42 

Materials furnished by the city .... 59 50 

Amount paid to Peter Gilligan under contract, 1,599 42 



,796 34 



Blue Hill avenue, West Cottage to Edgewood street, and Alaska 
to Woodbine street. Street repaved, edgestones reset and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Area, 2,745 square yards. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... $9 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 375 37 

Amount paid Peter Gilligan .... 873 43 

Amount paid Peter Gilligan under contract . 1,321 04 



52,578 84 



Boston street, Washburn to Dorset street. Street paved with 
granite blocks on gravel base, gravel joints, crosswalks 
relaid and edgestones reset. Area, 2,363 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $388 80 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 162 00 

Flagging furnished by the city .... 243 00 

Blocks furnished bv the city .... 3,10520 



Carried forward $3,899 00 

1 $237.30 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 
^ $S31.70 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



84 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $3,899 00 

Amount paid William J. Hallion under contract: 
2,405 square yards, preparing 

site, @ 50c. . . . $1,202 50 
2,655 square yards granite 
block paving laid, @ 

50c 1,327 50 

Extra work —Hauling 
paving blocks: 
1,312 paving blocks hauled, @ 

20c 262 40 

2,792 40 



;,691 40 



Bowdoin street, Percival street to Mount Ida road. Artificial 
stone sidewalks constructed, edgestones set and reset and 
crosswalks and gutters relaid. Area, 4,275 square yards 
artificial stone sidewalks. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $271 48 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 118 03 
Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation, 

under contract 1,130 00 



L,519 51 



Boylston street, Berkeley to Clarendon street (northerly side). 
Street asphalted, granite block paving barred out and 
relaid with pitch joints. Length, 728 feet. Area, 1,460 
square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . . $35 00 

Blocks furnished by the city 40 25 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company, 
under contract: 
81 square yards granite block 
paving, pitch joints barred 
out and relaid, @ $1.25 . . UQl 25 
1,379 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and laid, @ 

$2.50 3,447 .50 

21 cubic yards extra bituminous 
binder furnished and laid, @ 
$9 . . . . . . . 189 00 

47 cubic yards cement concrete 
laid for the asphalt pave- 
ment, @ $5 . . . . . 235 00 



Carried foricard $3,972 75 $75 25 



Steeet Department — ■ Executive Engineer. 



85 



Brought forward 

Extra Work: Furnish and lay 
concrete base for track brows. 
5 cubic yards concrete base 
furnished and laid for track 

brows, @ $5 

Extra work — Excavate where 
necessary: 

136 square yards, excavation, @ 
50c 



1,972 75 $75 25 



25 00 



68 00 



4,065 75 
H,141 00 



Brewster street, East Seventh to East Eighth street. Unpaid 
from 1906. 

$40 60 



Gravel furnished by the city 



Brimmer street, Byron to Chestnut street. Unpaid from 1906. 
Asphalted. 

Amount paid to Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany under contract $223 88 

Brookford street. Blue Hill avenue to Rand street. Macadam 
excavated and repaired and crosswalks repaved. Length, 
295 feet. Area, 656 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller, furnished by 

the city $913 75 

Materials furnished by the city .... 304 10 

$1,217 85 



Buckingham street, Columbus avenue to Dartmouth street. 
Resurfaced with 6-inch macadam. Edgestones reset and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 627 feet. Area, 1,393 
square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $768 25 
Teaming furnished by the city .... 847 00 
Stone furnished by the city .... 905 44 
Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 279 50 
Bricks furnished by the city ^ . . . . 130 00 
Amount paid to Timothy Coughlin under con- 
tract 717 51 

$3,647 70 



C street, from 1,030 feet northeasterly of West First street to 
across Fargo street. Completion of 1906 work. Length, 



86 



City Document No. 42. 



1,300 feet. Area, 8,667 square yards. Paved with granite 
blocks, crosswalks laid and edgestones set. 



Gravel furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Edgestones furnished by the city 
Amount paid William H. Glenn, under contract: 
10,012 square yards preparing site 

@ 25c $2,503 00 

2,518 linear feet edgestones set @ 

18c 453 24 

9,890 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 25c. . . 2,472 50 
122 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 25c. . . 30 50 
Extra work — Do all stone- 
cutting required: 
88^ days, stonecutter, @ $3.50 308 44 
Plus 15 per cent, on $308.44 46 26 
Extra work — Reset catch- 
basin covers: 
3 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 9 00 

Extra work — Clean up street : 
14 days' labor @ $2 ... 28 00 
Plus 15 per cent, on $28 . . 4 20 



Less amount paid in 1906 



;5,855 
3,812 



14 
25 



$465 21 
171 15 
136 50 
520 00 
114 51 



2,042 89 
13,450 26 



C street, West Broadway to West Fourth street. Repaved with 
• granite blocks, edgestones reset and sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 327 feet. Area, 1,053 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... 
Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Bricks furnished by the city .... 
Flagging furnished by the city .... 
Cement furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to Suffolk Contracting Company 
under contract ,"..... 



$195 38 

142 04 

195 00 

135 68 

1 15 



1,600 34 
52,269 59 



street, West Fourth to West Fifth street. Repaved with 
granite blocks, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 1,130 feet. Area, 963 square yards. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 87 



Labor furnished by the city . 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city 
Sand furnished by the city . 
Amount paid to Suffolk Contracting Company 
under contract 



$197 75 

54 25 

195 00 

135 GO 

6 00 

819 61 

1,407 61 



C street, West Fifth to across West Sixth street. Repaved with 
granite blocks, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 298 feet. Area, 960 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . 

Cement furnished by the city .... 

Amount paid to Suffolk Contracting Company 

under contract 



$136 00 
1 15 



983 88 
,121 03 



Canterbury street, Blue Hill avenue to Angell street. Sub- 
graded for macadam roadway. Work unfinished. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . $102 38 

Amount paid Hugh D. Kelley under contract . 233 75 

$336 13 



Cedar street, Washington to Thornton street. Resurfaced with 
3-inch macadam. Length, 305 feet. Area, 947 square 
yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished bv 

the city $432 75 

Materials furnished by the city .... 304 76 



Centre street, Green Hill avenue to Walter street, 
with 6-inch macadam. Length. 1.700 feet, 
square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Steam roller furnished by the cit 
Gravel furnished by the city 



$737 51 

Resurfaced 
Area, 6,000 

$1,987 31 

2,174 25 

2,743 04 

656 50 

8 70 



$7,569 80 



City Document No. 42. 



Centre street, Grove to Beech street. 

Teaming furnished by the city . 
Stone furnished by the city 



Macadam repaired. 

$468 00 
1,013 02 



,481 02 



Centre street, Paul Gore to Green street. From 1906. Macadam 
repaired. 

Stone furnished by the city .... Si, 936 84 



Centre street, Paul Gore street to Eliot square. Paul Gore to 
Wyman street resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Area, 
2,858 square yards. Columbus avenue to Eliot square 
resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Area, 5,181 square 
yards. Amory to Parker street, north side, repaved and 
crosswalks relaid. Area, 2,289 square yards. Edgestones 
reset, gutters repaved and brick sidewalks relaid on all 
of above sections. 

Labor furnished by the city 

Stone furnished by the city 

Teaming furnished by the city . 

Steam roller furnished by the city 

Flagging furnished by the city . 

Sand furnished by the city . 

Bricks furnished by the city 

Gravel furnished by the city 

Amount paid Peter Gilligan 

Amount paid Peter Gilligan under contract 







$1,787 58 






1,962 28 






1,201 00 






728 00 






270 00 






62 75 






53 30 






26 55 






374 40 


ntract 


1,266 43 






$7,732 29 



Church street, Adams to High street. Macadamized. 
627 feet. Area, 1,950 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the ctiy 

Materials furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to Sylvester Connolly . 



Length, 



$594 25 
257 62 
282 17 

1,133 74 



Coleridge street, Wordsworth to Short street. Completion of 
1906 work. Macadamized. 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . $123 50 

Stone furnished by the city 295 16 



$418 66 



Street Department — ■ Executive Engineer. 



89 



Conway street, South to Fairview street. Macadamized with 
2-inch macadam, edgestones reset and gutters, sidewalks 
and crosswalks relaid. Area, 1,783 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished bv 

the city '. $257 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 297 19 
Amount paid to William L. Dolan under con- 
tract 772 13 

$1,326 32 



Cortes street, Berkeley to Ferdinand street. Resurfaced with 
6-inch macadam and coated with tarvia. Area, 900 
square yards. 



Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city 

Materials furnished by the city .... 



[,052 00 
557 07 

[,609 07 



Crawford street, Warren street to Humboldt avenue. Unpaid 
on 1906 work. 



Stone furnished by the city 



77 



D street, West Fifth to West Seventh street. Repaved with 
granite blocks on gravel base, edgestones reset, cross- 
walks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 557 feet. 
Area, 2,015 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Sand furnished by the city . 
Cement furnished by the city 
Amount paid William Higgins 



Dorchester avenue, Ellet to Leedsville street. Unfinished work 
from 1906. Repaved with granite blocks on gravel base. 
Edgestones reset and sidewalks relaid. Patched between 
railroad crossing and Ellet street. 

Labor furnished by the city .... 
Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch 
Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch, under contract 









$250 50 








222 


56 








625 


50 








232 


00 








444 


73 








55 


20 








1 


15 


inder contract 1,264 


49 








$3,096 


13 



$80 


50 


15 


00 


833 


78 


373 


52 


$1,302 


80 



90 



City Document No. 42. 



Dorchester avenue, Adams to Park street. Repaved with granite 
blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset and brick side- 
walks relaid. Length, 1,660 feet. Area, 2,889 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $230 75 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 631 20 

Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch . , . 1,053 27 



,915 22 



Dorchester street, West First street to 240 feet northerly. Paved 
with granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints, 
crosswalks relaid and edgestones set. Length, 240 feet. 
Area, 907 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . $162 76 

Materials furnished by the city .... 430 95 
Amount paid Suffolk Contracting Company 

under contract 692 61 



$1,286 32 



Dover street, Albany street to Harrison avenue. Repaved with 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints, edge- 
stones reset and brick sideAvalks relaid. Length, 493 feet. 
Area, 1,760 square yards. 



00 

161 00 

222 25 

234 00 

65 09 

10 50 

354 40 

30 00 

1,138 35 



Labor furnished by the city 

Teaming furnished by the city . 

Blocks furnished by the city 

Bricks furnished by the city 

Flagging furnished by the city . 

Edgestones furnished by the city 

Gravel furnished by the city 

Sand furnished by the city . 

Amount paid to Peter W. Hill under contract 



E street. West Broadway to West Third street, 
reset, gutters and brick sidewalks relaid. 
feet. G*utter area, 596 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city 
Materials furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to John T. Shea, Jr., under con- 
tract . . 



Eastern avenue. Commercial street to South Ferry. Paved 
with large granite blocks on concrete base, with pitch 



$2,275 


59 


Edgestones 
.ength, 335 


$253 
130 


63 
00 


517 86 


$901 


49 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 



91 



joints, crosswalks relaid, edgestones reset and sidewalks 
relaid. Length, 370 feet. Area, 2,316 square yards. 



Company 



Labor, including engineering and inspection 

furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Edgestones furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city 
Cement furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Lumber furnished by the city 
Amount paid Orient Construction 
under contract: 
2,341 square yards, preparing 
site, @ 65c. . 
650 linear feet edgestone set, 
@21c. . . . 

2,341 square yards concrete 
base laid, @ 50c. 
276 square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel 
joints, @ 50c. 
2,279 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.20 . .■ _ . 

62 square yards flagging 
crosswalks laid, pitch 
joints, @ $1.20 . 
420 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. 



$1,521 


65 


136 


50 


1,170 


50 


138 


00 


2,734 


80 


74 


40 


147 


00 



$233 50 
652 16 
205 06 
260 26 
562 50 

3,674 65 

130 00 

14 20 



5,922 85 
11,655 18 



East Fifth street, G to H street. Resurfaced with 3-inch 
macadam. Length, 689 feet. Area, 2,143 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $1,318 91 
Materials furnished by the city .... 741 54 



J,060 45 



East Ninth street, I to K street. Resurfaced with 3-inch 
macadam. Length, 340 feet. Area, 2,192 square yards. 



Labor and teaming furnished by the city 
Materials furnished by the city . 



[,804 25 
766 17 



>,570 42 



92 City Document No. 42. 

East Sixth street, O to P street. Southerly side. Repaved 
with granite blocks on gravel base with gravel joints, 
edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 551 
feet. Area, 612 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $36 75 

Amount paid Peter J. Herr, Jr., under contract, 638 73 

$675 48 



East Third street, Emerson to H street. Resurfaced with 
3 J -inch macadam. Length, 280 feet. Area, 1,865 square 
yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $2,031 Q9 
Materials furnished by the city .... 840 13 



East Third street, H to L street. Completion of 1906 work. 
Grading. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Gravel furnished by the city .... 
Labor and materials furnished by the city, re- 
construction of catch-basin .... 



Emerson street, Dorchester to East Third street. Resurfaced 
with 6-inch macadam. Length, 320 feet. Area, 1,046 
square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $1,271 64 
Materials furnished by the city .... 689 06 

$1,960 70 



$2,871 


22 


906 work. 


$323 
203 


00 
00 


16 


10 


$542 


10 



Fairfield street, Boylston street to Commonwealth avenue. 
Resurfaced and coated with tarvia. Length, 580 feet. 
Area, 2,192 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished bv 

the city \ $576 75 

Materials furnished by the city .... 176 45 

$753 20 



Fairview street, South to Mendum street. Macadamized with 
6-inch macadam, gutters and crosswalks relaid, edgestones 
reset and sidewalks regulated. Length, 1,384 feet. Area, 
3,998 square yards. 



S475 


75 


902 


75 


156 


00 


1,296 


37 


104 40 


7 


20 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 93 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Edgestone furnished by the city 
Amount paid William L. Dolan, under contract: 
1,933 linear feet edgestone set, @. 

21c $405 93 

1,092 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 65c. . . 709 80 
Extra work — Excavate for 
new paving: 
611 square yards excavation for 

new paving, @ 35c. . . 213 85 
Extra work — Furnish stone- 
cutter: 
2 days, stonecutter (including 

15 per cent., @ $5 . . 10 00 

1,339 58 

$4,282 05 

Fisher avenue, Parker to Hayden street. Macadamized. Com- 
pletion of 1906 work. 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . $10 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 200 11 



$210 11 



Fountain street, Circuit to Regent street. Resurfaced with 
3^-inch macadam, edgestones reset, gutters, crosswalks 
and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 480 feet. Area, 1,387 
square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $325 75 

Materials furnished by the city .... 416 84 

Amount paid to Peter Gilligan under contract, 684 69 



,427 28 



Freeport street, Linden street to the railroad. Repaved with 
granite blocks on gravel base, crosswalks and brick side- 
walks relaid and edgestones reset. Length, 870 feet. 
Area, 3,090 square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city . . . . $135 00 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 74 00 



Carried fonvard $209 00 



94 City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward 


$209 00 


Gravel furnished by the city 


610 00 


Sand furnished by the city 


27 50 


Bricks furnished by the city .... 


65 00 


Flagging furnished by the city .... 


83 90 


Edgestones furnished by the city 


10 39 


Amount paid William J, Rafferty under contract: 




1,606 linear feet edgestones set, 




@ 18c $289 08 




3,572 square yards granite block 




paving laid, @ 40c. . 1,428 80 




Extra work — Lay brick 


* 


sidewalks: 




112.6 square yards brick side- 




walks laid, @ 25c. . . 28 15 




Extra work — Raise to grade 




manholes and catch-basins : 




16 manholes and catch-basins 




raised to grade, @ S3. . 48 00 






1,794 03 






$2,799 82 



Gage street, Trask to Northampton street. Repaved with old 
granite blocks, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks 
relaid. Area, 126 square yards. 
Amount paid to Peter W. Hill .... $179 45 

Geneva avenue, Bowdoin street to Columbia road. Macadam- 
ized with 6-inch macadam. Length, 2,100 feet. Area, 
5,536 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $486 88 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 1,851 50 

Steam roller furnished by the city ... 58 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 3,052 56 

$5,449 44 



Gleason street, Harvard to Bradshaw street. Completion of 
1906 work. 
Gravel furnished by the city . . ... $100 00 

H street. East Sixth to East Eighth street. Resurfaced with 

3^-inch macadam. Length, 562 feet. Area, 1,749 square 

yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . $1,001 42 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 858 75 

Carried forward $1,860 17 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 95 



Brought forward . 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished bv the citv 



U,860 17 

644 48 

81 51 

f2,586 16 



Hampden street, Howard to Adams street. Completion of 1906 
work. Repaved with granite blocks, crosswalks relaid, 
edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 



Bricks furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to Thomas McMann under contract, 



$110 50 
189 63 

$300 13 



Havipden street, Island across Albany street. Paved with 
granite blocks on gravel base with gravel joints, cross- 
walks relaid, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 385 feet. Area, 900 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . $181 38 

Materials furnished by the city .... 569 13 

Amount paid Thomas McMann under contract, 1,193 65 



L,944 16 



Hancock street, Bowdoin street to Columbia road. Old road 
taken out, screened and put back, resurfaced with H-inch 
macadam. Length, 2,150 feet. Area, 4,060 square yards. 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 



$447 25 

1,244 00 

467 25 

638 72 
48 75 
48 71 

$2,894 68 



Hanover street, Union to across Tileston street. Paved with 
large granite blocks on a concrete base with pitch joints, 
crosswalks relaid, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks 
relaid. Length, 1,672 feet. Area, 7,526 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Cement fui'nished by the city 
Stone furnished Ijy the city 

Carried forward . 



$773 


05 


254 


00 


12,484 


85 


870 


87 


1,563 


75 


1,841 


04 


$17,787 


56 



96 City Docitment No. 42. 

Brought forward .... 

Edgestone furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Templets furnished by the city . 
Amount paid to James Doherty under contract : 
3,648 square yards preparing 

site, @ 65c. . . . $2,371 20 
1,703 linear feet edgestones set, 

@ 21c. .... 357 63 

3,648 square yards concrete 

base laid, @ 30c. . 1,094 40 

150 square yards granite 
block paving laid, 
gravel joints, @ 65c. . 97 50 

4,488 square yards granite block 
pavinglaid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.20 . . . 5,385 60 

344 square yards flagging 
crosswalks laid, pitch 
joints, @, $1.20 . . 412 80 

1,240 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. . 434 00 
Extra work- — -Haul 
crushed stone from 
Columbia road crusher: 
70^ days, double team, @ $5, 352 50 
Extra work — Furnish 
stonecutter: 
54f davs. stonecutter, @ 

$4.80 .... 261 00 

Plus 15 per cent, on $261, 39 15 

Extra work — Load pav- 
ing blocks for teams for 
Hanover street: 
20^ days, sub-fore- 
man, @ $2.25, $46 13 
58* days, labor, @ 

$2. . . 117 00 



163 13 

Plus 15 per cent, on 

$163.13 .... 24 47 

Extra work — Seal up old 
reservoirs : 
7 hours, brick ma- 
son, @ 621c., $4 38 
'1 1 hours, helper, @ 

25c. . . 2 75 

7 13 

Plus 15 percent, on $7.13, 1 07 



$17,787 56 

248 18 

2,017 96 

13 74 



Carried forirard .... $11,001 58 $20,067 44 



Steeet Department — Executive Engineer. 97 

520,067 44 



Brought forward 




$11,001 58 


Extra work — C 


e m e n t 




back of edgestone at 




Hotel Venice: 






.| day, foreman, @ 






$5. . . 


$2 50 




3 days, labor, @ 






$2. . . . 


6 00 






• — - 


8 50 


Plus 15 percent, on $8.50, 


1 28 



Amount paid to Patrick McGovern under con- 
tract: 
2,266 square yards preparing 

site, @ 65c. . . . $1,472 90 

1.093 linear feet edgestone set, 

@ 21c 229 53 

2,266 square yards concrete 

base laid, @ 30c. . 679 80 

77 square yards granite block 

paving laid, gravel 

joints, @ 65c. . . 50 05 

2,821 square yards granite block 

paving laid, pitch joints, 

@ $1.20 . . . 3,385 20 

192 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid, pitch 

joints, @ $1.20 . . 230 40 

1.094 square yards brick side- 

walks laid, @ 35c. . 382 90 

Extra work — Haul 

crushed stone from the 

Columbia road crusher: 
49J days, double team, @ $6, 297 00 

Extra work — Furnish 

stonecutter: 
264 hours, stonecutter, @ 60c., 158 40 

Plus 15 per cent, on 

$158.40 .... 23 76 

Extra work — Load pav- 
ing blocks for teams for 

Hanover street: 
52i days, labor, @ $2 . . 105 50 

Plus 15 per cent, on 

$105.50 .... 15 83 



11,011 36 



7,031 27 
58,110 07 



' $5,208.82 paid by Boston Elevuted Railway Company. 



.98 



City Document No. 42. 



.Hanover street, 12 feet east of Tileston across Charter street. 
Asphalt relaid. Length, 315 feet. Area, 425 square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city . . . . $12 00 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company 
under contract: 
425 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid, @ 
$2.50 .... $1,062 50' 
4 cubic yards extra cement 
concrete base furnished 
and laid, @ $5. . . 20 00 



1,082 50 
$1,094 50 

Hanson street, Tremont street to Shawmut avenue. Resurfaced 
with 3i-inch macadam, gutters relaid, edgestones reset and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 628 feet. Area, 2,093 
square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city .... $762 75 

" " 1,128 64 

325 00 
279 88 
593 16 
130 00 



Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Stone furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Amount paid to Dennis E. Coleman, under con 
tract 



940 13 
,159 56 



Harrison avenue, Dover to Bristol street. Repaved with granite 

blocks on gravel base with gravel joints. Edgestones 

reset, crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 

235 feet. Area, 784 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $30 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 104 50 

Amount paid John W. Collins, under contract 905 06 

$1,039 56 

Harrison avenue, East Dedham to Maiden street. Repaved 

with granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints, 

edgestones reset, crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. 

Length, 395 feet. Area, 1,316 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $55 50 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 219 87 

Amount paid Peter W. Hill under contract . 1,181 91 

$r,457'28 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 99 

Harvard street, City square to Devens street. Resurfaced with 
3-inch macadam. Edgestones reset, gutters, crosswalks 
and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 830 feet. Area, 
2,499 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city S773 75 

Materials furnished by the city .... 596 90 

Amount paid to James J. Brock, under contract 1,051 38 



>,422 03 



Harvard street, School to Washington street. Resurfaced with 
3-inch macadam. Length, 1,100 feet. Area, 2,500 square 
yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $1,133 30 

Materials furnished by the city .... 796 06 



[,929 36 



Herrick street, Hichborn to North Beacon street. Resurfaced 
with 2^-inch macadam, gutters paved and gravel sidewalks 
regulated. Area, 1,188 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $347 22 

Materials furnished by the city .... 255 23 



$602 45 



Hichborn street. North Beacon to beyond Arthur street. Resur- 
faced with 3-inch macadam, gutters paved and gravel 
sidewalks regulated. Length, 883 feet. Area, 2,257 
square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $494 80 

Materials furnished by the city .... 563 69 



1,058 49 



Howland street, Warren street to Humboldt avenue. Comple- 
tion of 1906 work. 

Stone furnished by the city .... $691 85 

Huntington avenue, West Newton to Garrison street, west side. 
Asphalted. Length, 659 feet. Area, 1,831 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $25 .87 



Carried forward $25 87 



100 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $25 87 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company 
under contract. 
8 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... $8 40 

1,831 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface furnished and 
laid, @ $2.50 . . . 4,577 50 • 

8 cubic yards extra bituminous 
binder furnished and laid, @ 

$9 72 00 

Extra work — Furnish and lay 
concrete base for granite 
block paving: 
6 square yards concrete base fur- 
nished and laid, @ $1 . . 6 00 

4,663 90 



t,689 77 



Isabella street, Columbus avenue to Ferdinand street. Resur- 
faced with 4-inch macadam and coated with tarvia. 
Length, 540 feet. Area, 862 square yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $1,621 20 

Materials furnished by the city .... 456 95 

$2,078 15 



Ivory street, Temple to Dent street. Resurfaced with 6-inch 
macadam. Length, 558 feet. Area, 1,612 square yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $552 00 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 731 68 

$1,283 68 



K street. East First to East Third street. Completion of 1906 
work. 
Gravel furnished by the city .... $ 24 65 

La Grange street, Centre street to the Newton line. Resurfaced 

with 2^-inch macadam. Length, 5,672 feet. Area, 27,249 

square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $1,237 38 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 3,296 00 



Carried forward $4,533 38 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 101 

Brought forward $4,533 38 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 1,236 00 

Stone furnished by the city .... 7,261 26 

Gravel furnished by the city .... 522 25 

S13,552 89 

Lamartine street, Paul Gore to Boylston street. Resurfaced 

with 6-inch macadam. Length, 250 feet. Area, 778 
square yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city . . : S561 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 705 06 

$1,266 76 



Lambert street, Lambert avenue to Highland street. Resur- 
faced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones reset, gutters and 
sidewalks relaid. Length, 659 feet. Area, 1,904 square 
yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $779 25 

Materials furnished by the city .... 723 61 

Amount paid to Peter Gilligan .... 882 05 

$2,384 91 



Lewis street, Marginal street to South Ferry. Completion of 
1906 work, Repaved with granite blocks. 
Gravel furnished by the city , . . . $577 50 
Amount paid to Trimount Construction Com- 
pany under contract 180 18 

$757 68 



London street, Meridian to Bennington street. Resurfaced. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $409 60 

Materials furnished by the city .... 85 20 



$494 80 



Main street, B. & M. R.R, bridge to Somerville line. Comple- 
tion of 1906 work. Ha'ssam pavement. 
Blocks furnished by the city .... $327 95 

Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation 

under contract 205 49 

$533 44 



102 City Document No. 42. 

Market street, Washington to North Beacon street. Comple- 
tion of 1906 work. 

Steam roller furnished by the city ... S24 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 9 20 



$33 20 



Marlborough street, Clarendon street to within 200 feet of 
Massachusetts avenue. Resurfaced with- 3-inch macadam. 
Length, 3,490 feet. Area, 11,633 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .^. . . $1,114 19 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 409 25 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 676 00 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1,904 46 



,103 90 



Mason street, from 213 feet to 449 feet south of West street. 
Bitulithic pavement laid. Length, 236 feet. Area, 480 
square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $14 25 

Materials furnished by the city .... 6 50 

Amount paid to Warren Brothers Company 
under contract. 
489 square yards preparing site, @ 

50c $244 50 

50 linear feet edgestone set, @ 21c. 10 50 

489 square yards bitulithic pave- 
ment furnished and laid, @ 

$2.50 1,222 50 

13 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 4 55 

1,482 05 



[,502 80 



Massachusetts avenue, Albany street to Harrison avenue, north 
side. Resurfaced with macadam. Area, 1,413 square 
yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city . . . . . . . . $893 70 

Stone furnished by the city . . . . 136 16 



$1,029 86 



Massachusetts avenue Southampton street to railroad bridge. 
Resurfaced with 3-inch macadam. Length, 2,550 feet. 
Area, 6,295 square yards. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 103 

Labor furnished by the city .... $1,175 10 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 1,752 50 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 448 50 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1 ,629 84 



5,005 94 



Massachusetts avenue, Tremont street to Columbus avenue, 
north side. Bitulithic pavement laid. Length, 543 feet. 
Area, 1,689 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $53 12 

Materials furnished b}' the city . . . . 13 00 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company under 
contract. 
1,651 square yards preparing site, 

@ 10c $165 10 

141 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c 29 61 

45 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 75c. ... 33 75 

1,606 square yards bituminous 

binder laid, @ 40c. . . 642 40 
1] square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 7 15 

10 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 10 50 

• 20 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 21 00 

1,606 square yards bitulithic pave- 
ment furnished and laid, @ 
$2.50 . . . . . 4,015 00 
144 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. ... 50 40 

4,974 91 



),041 03 



Massachusetts avenue, Washington street to Shawmut avenue, 
north side. Resurfaced with 6-inch macadam. Length, 
360 feet. Area, 800 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $134 64 

Materials furnished by the city .... ] ,049 80 

$1,184 44 



104 City Document No. 42. 

Maxwell street, Nelson to Capen street. Completion of 1906 
work. 

Labor furnished by the city .... S8 25 

Melcher street, 484 feet northeast from Summer street. Repaved 
with granite blocks, edgestones reset, crosswalks and side- 
walks relaid. Length, 492 feet. Area, 2,187 square 
yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $602 99 

Materials furnished by the city .... 66 72 

Amount paid Peter W. Hill, under contract . 1,177 46 

$1,847 17 



Miller street, Lawrence street to Rutherford avenue. Com- 
pletion of 1906 work. Paved with granite blocks, edge- 
stones reset and sidewalks relaid. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $107 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 136 50 

Amount paid James J. Brock .... 204 35 

Amount paid James J. Brock under contract . 195 03 

$643 38 



Millmont street, Lambert avenue to Highland street. Edge- 
stones reset, gutters repaved and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Area, 430 square yards. 
Amount paid to Peter Gilligan .... $866 86 

Moon street. Fleet street 106 feet southwesterly. Completion 
of 1906 work. Bitulithic pavement laid. 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company, under 

contract $201 48 

Morton street, Evans to Selden street. Resurfaced with 8-inch 
macadam. Length, 500 feet. Area, 1,556 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . .. $241 63 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 1,173 00 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 383 50 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1,392 40 

Gravel furnished by the city .... 75 00 



5,265 53 



Morton street. Harvard to Canterbury street. Resurfaced with 
4-inch macadam. Length, 2,111 feet. Area, 5,160 square 
yards. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 105 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 



Morton street, Norfolk street to 
faced with 6-inch macadam. 
5,882 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Filling furnished by the city 



A'' street, East Broadway to East Second street, Resurfaced 
with 4-inch macadam. Length, 571 feet. Area, 1,777 
square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $1,246 40 

Materials furnished by the city .... 505 49 









$315 50 








1,464 


00 


i 






286 


00 








1,639 


92 








75 


00 




$3,780 


42 


Blue 


Hill avenue. Resur- 


Len 


gth, 


1,557 


feet. Area, 








$624 


25 








2,096 


00 


bv 






617 


50 








2,564 


32 








90 


00 








5 


40 




$5,997 


47 



L,751 89 



Nelson street, Evans to Selden street. Completion of 1906 
work. 



Edgestone furnished by the city 

Amount paid W. H. Grose & Co. under contract, 



$65 11 
565 57 

$630 68 



Newbury street, Arlington to Fairfield street. Resurfaced with 
3-inch macadam, and coated with tarvia between Dart- 
mouth and Fairfield streets. Length, 3,003 feet. Area, 
10,010 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Stone dust furnished by the city 
Tarvia furnished by the city 







$634 00 






1,428 


50 






728 


00 






2,151 


80 






721 


03 






218 


73 






$5,882 


^6 



106 



City Document No. 42. 



North Beacon street, Cambridge to Etna street. Continuation 
of 1906 work. Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam, gutters 
paved. Length, 2,448 feet. Area, 7,648 square yards. 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Amount paid Coyle & Clark, paving and regulat- 
ing from Cambridge to Murdock street, 
under contract: 
1,124 square yards excavation, @ 

50c S562 00 

120 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c 25 20 

1,696 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 848 00 
595 square yards paving blocks 

barred out, @ 15c. . . 89 25 
Extra work — Haul blocks from 
Revere-street wharf: 
20,100 blocks hauled, @ $10 per M., 201 00 
Extra work — Haul old cobble 
stones to Chestnut Hill yard: 
4^ days, double team, @ $5 . 22 50 



Less amount paid in 1906 



!1,379 16 
788 25 
234 00 

1,291 32 
189 75 



$1,747 95 
. 494 89 


1,253 06 
$5,135 54 





$6 50 
13 57 



North square. North to Moon street. Completion of 1906 work, 
Bitulithic pavement laid, edgestones reset, block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 
239 feet. Area, 1,250 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... 
Labor furnished by Warren Brothers Com- 
pany . . 

Amount paid Warren Brothers Company under 
contract: 
1,278 square yards preparing site, 

@ 50c $639 00 

559 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c 117 39 

37 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. . . . 11 10 



Carried forward 



$767 49 



20 07 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 107 

Brought for ward $767 49 $20 07 

43 square yards granite block 
paving laid; gravel joints, 

@ 65c 27 95 

27 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 17 55 

1,250 square yards bitulithic pave- 
ment furnished and laid, 
@ $2.50 .... 3,125 00 
317 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . . 110 95 



$4,048 94 
Less amount paid in 1906 3,045 17 



1,003 77 

$1,023 84 

Old road, Elmo to Glenway street. Earth and rock excavation. 
Length, 300 feet. Area, 1,267 square yards. (Incom- 
plete.) 
Labor furnished by the city . . . . $211 50 

Amount paid James F. Murphy under contract: 
209 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $104 50 
667 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $3.50 . 2,334 50 

Extra work — Haul stone to 
Codman-street crusher: 
1,186.33 tons stone hauled to Cod- 
man street crusher more 
than 2 miles, and not 
more than 2^ miles, 1^ 
miles overhaul, per ^ 
mile per ton, @ lie. ". 391 49 



$2,830 49 
Less 15 per cent, retained . 424 57 



2,405 92 

$2, 617 42 

Park square, Boylston to Eliot street. Paved with wood blocks 
on a concrete base, edgestones reset, granite block paving, 
crosswalks and brick sidewalks laid. Area, 4,719 square 
yards. (Incomplete.) 
Labor furnished by the city, including engineer- 
ing and inspection $569 88 



Carried forward $569 88 



108 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward . 




$569 88 


Teaming furnished by the city . 




53 14 


Bricks furnished by the city 




65 00 


Templets furnished by the city . 




6 00 


Edgestones furnished by the city 




173 14 


Flagging furnished by the city . 




364 64 


Amount paid United States Wood Preserving 




Company under contract: 






4,100 square yards preparing 


- 




site, @ 50c. . 


$2,050 00 




640 linear feet edgestone set. 






@ 21c 


134 40 




4,100 square yards concrete 






base laid, @ $1 . 


4,100 00 




25 square yards granite block 






paving laid, pitch j oints. 






@ $1.20 


30 00 




35 square yards flagging 






crosswalks laid, pitch 






joints, @ SI. 20 . 


42 00 




4,500 square yards wood block 






pavement laid, @ 






$3.25 .... 


14,625 00 




650 square yards brick side- 






walks laid, @ 35c. 


227 50 






$21,208 90 




Less 15 per cent, retained, 


3,181 34 


18,027 56 










$19,259 36 



Parmelee street, Massachusetts avenue to Northampton street. 

Repaved with granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones 

reset and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 197 feet. Area, 

306 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . $4 13 

Bricks furnished by the city 65 00 

Amount paid to Peter W. Hill . . . , . 456 95 



Parsons street, Fanueil street to railroad bridge, 
rock excavation. Macadamized with 6-inch 
Length, 950 feet. Area, 3,167 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 

Steam roller furnished by the city 

Carried forivard 



$526 08 

Earth and 
macadami. 



L,746 
494 
286 



43 
50 
00 



},526 93 



Street Department ■ — Executive Engineer. 109 

Brought forward $2,526 93 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1,537 67 

Gravel furnished by the city . . . . 217 80 

Amount paid to John T. Scully, Jr., under 
contract: 
2,670 cubic yards earth exca- 
vation, @ 50c. . . $1,335 00 
5 cubic yards rock exca- 
vation, @ $1.75 . . 8 75 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. (com- 
pleted) .... 300 00 

1,643 75 



;,926 15 



Pleasant street, Hancock to East Cottage street. Macadamized 
with 3-inch macadam. Length, 3,290 feet. Area, 10,519 
square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city .... $1,389 30 



Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel and sand furnished by the city 



2,732 00 
351 00 

3,459 80 
138 00 

$8,070 10 



Prescott street, Hampden to Eustis street. Resurfaced with 

6-inch macadam. Length, 316 feet. Area, 702 square 
yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $525 25 

Materials furnished by the city .... 295 04 

Amount paid Thomas McMann .... 402 82 

$1,223 11 



Prince street, Hanover street to North square. Completion of 
1906 work. Bitulithic pavement laid and brick sidewalks 
relaid. 
Amount retained from Warren Brothers Com- 
pany for work done under contract in 1906 . $153 05 

Quincy street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue. Resurfaced 

with 3^-inch macadam. Length, 1,226 feet. Area, 3,382 

square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $464 50 

Teaming fvii-nished by the city .... 856 25 

Carried forward $1,320 75 



no 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 



;i,320 75 

182 00 

1,194 35 

52,697 10 



River sti-eet, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line, south side. 
Resurfaced with macadam. Length, 1,587 feet. Area, 
3,400 square yards. 



Labor and teaming furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city. 



$981 75 
417 44 

1,399 19 



Rochester street, Harrison avenue to Albany street. Hassam 
pavement laid, edgestones reset, crosswalks and brick side- 
walks relaid. Length, 508 feet. Area, 1,129 square yards. 



Labor furnished by the city, including engineer- 
ing and inspection 
Edgestones furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Cement furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
Furnishing and laying Hassam pavement as 

per contract 

Amount paid John W. Collins under contract: 
1,051 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c $220 71 

151 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 65c. . . 98 15 
28 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 65c. . . 18 20 
527 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 184 45 



$62 26 

51 56 

57 26 

4 60 

169 00 



1,980 00 



521 51 



J,846 19 



Rockland street, Warren to Fenno street. Edgestones reset, 
I I • block gutters and brick sidewalks relaid. 

f Teaming and steam roller furnished by the city, $111 00 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 100 32 

Amount paid Daniel E. Lynch under contract . 832 99 



L,044 31 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. Ill 



Ruggles street, Shawmut avenue to Cabot street. Asphalted on 
concrete base, edgestones reset, flagging crosswalks and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 1,055 feet. Area, 3,082 
square yards. 



Labor furnished by the city, including engineer- 
ing and inspection .... 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Cement furnished by the city 
Amount paid to Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany under contract: 
3,201 square yards preparing 

site, @ 50c. . . . $1,600 50 
2,558 linear feet edgestones set, 

@ 21c 537 18 

41 square yards concrete 

base, laid @ $1 . . 41 00 

267 square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel 
joints, @ 65c. . . 173 55 

30 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 ... 31 50 

10 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid, gravel 

joints, @ 65c. . . 6 50 

11 square yards flagging 

crosswalks laid, pitch 
joints, @ $L05 . . 11 55 

3,160 square yards concrete 
base bituminous con- 
crete binder and Trini- 
dad asphalt wearing 
surface furnished and 
laid, @ $3.25 . . 10,270 00 

17 square yards bituminous 
concrete binder and as- 
phalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid, @ 
$2.50 .... 42 50 

1,770 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. . 619 50 
Extra work — Grade inter- 
secting streets to con- 
form to grade of Rug- 
gles street: 

20 days, labor, @ $2 . . 40 00 

Plus 15 per cent, on $40 . 6 00 



$122 37 

15 17 

455 00 

22 50 



Carried forward 



$13,379 78 $615 04 



112 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward .... 


$13,379 


78 


$615 04 


Extra work — Build re- 








taining wall near West- 








minster street: 








1 day, mason, @ 








$5 . . . $5 00 








1 day, helper, @, 








$3.50 . . 3 50 


' 








8 
1 


50 

28 




Plus 15 percent, on $8.50, 










13,389 56 














$14,004 60 



Ruggles street, Cabot to Tremont street. Resurfaced with 
5-inch macadam, edgestones reset and gutters, crosswalks 
and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 460 feet. Area, 
1,840 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 

Teaming 

Steam roller furnished by the city 

Crushed stone furnished by the city 

Stone dust furnished by the city 

Edgestone furnished by the city 

Flagging furnished by the city . 

Corners furnished by the city 

Gravel furnished by the city 



Ruggles street, Huntington avenue to Parker street. Resur- 
faced with 7-inch macadam, edgestones reset, gutters and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 533 feet. Area, 2,013 
square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city 







$322 50 






231 50 






130 00 






464 80 






110 56 






70 64 






38 50 






14 00 






12 20 




$1,394 70 



Teaming furnished by the city . 

Steam roller furnished by the city 

Stone furnished by the city 

Gravel furnished by the city 

Amount paid Peter Gilligan under contract 



433 
136 
989 
12 
643 



00 
25 
50 
20 
00 
40 



J,502 35 



Rutherford avenue, Essex to Mill street. Repaved with granite 
blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset and brick side- 
walks relaid. Length, 395 feet. Area, 1,756 square yards. 



Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Bricks furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to James J. Brock under contract. 



$11 25 

32 50 

1,633 45 

;i,677 20 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 113 

Rutherford avenue, Essex to Baldwin street. Repaved with 
granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset and brick 
sidewalks relaid. Length, 320 feet. Area, 1,422 square 
yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $238 75 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 100 00 

Amount paid James J. Brock under contract . 1,476 60 



[,815 35 



Rutherford avenue, Mill street to Tibbetts Town Way. Repaved 
with granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 385 feet. Area, 1,711 
square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $269 13 

Materials furnished by the city . . . 171 86 

Amount paid James J. Brock under contract . 1,708 60 



J,149 59 



Savin Hill avenue, Denny street to the railroad. Resurfaced 

with 2-inch macadam. Length, 4,215 feet. Area, 10,095 
square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $760 00 

Teaming and rolling furnished by the city . 3,562 00 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1,878 36 

Gravel furnished by the city . . . . 135 00 



),344 36 



School street, Washington street to Walnut avenue. Resur- 
faced with 2^-inch macadam. Length, 1,127 feet. Area, 
2,341 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $840 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 697 20 



$1,537 70 



Schuyler street, Hartwell to Maple street. Completion of 1906 
work. 

Stone furnished by the city .... $184 68 



Shawmut avenue, Dover to Union Park street (between Hanson 
and Union Park streets only on east side). Completion 
of 1906 work. Repaved with granite blocks, edgestones 



114 City Document No. 42. 

reset and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 1,197 feet 
Area, 3,356 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 

Teaming furnished by the city 

Bricks furnished by the city 

Gravel furnished by the city 

Sand furnished by the city 

Amount paid to Wilham H. Glenn under con- 
tract 881 89 

Amount paid Suffolk Contracting Company 

under contract 1,111 58 



00 

60 00 

321 10 

480 00 

65 00 



J,981 57 



Shawmut avenue, Union Park to West Dedham street. Re- 
paved with granite blocks, edgestones reset, brick side- 
walks and flagging crosswalks relaid. Length, 450 feet. 
Area, 1,600 square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $172 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 247 56 

Amount paid to Peter W. Hill under contract . 1,402 11 



L,822 17 



Shawmut avenue, Lenox to Sawyer street. Repaved with granite 
blocks, edgestones reset and flagging crosswalks and brick 
sidewalks relaid. Length, 385 feet. Area, 1,155 square 
yards. 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . $113 59 

Amount paid to Daniel H. Shea under contract, 1,159 68 



^,273 27 



Smith street, Parker to Phillips and St. Alphonsus to Hunting- 
ton avenue. Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Length, 
1,157 feet. Area, 2,570 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city .... 
Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city . . . . 



Southampton street, Massachusetts avenue to the railroad 
bridge. Resurfaced with 4-inch macadam. Cinder side- 
walks laid. Length, 2,166 feet. Area, 11,070 square 
yards. 



$292 


00 


509 


00 


175 


50 


1,009 


46 


$1,985 


96 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 115 

Labor furnished by the city .... $1,479 39 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 2,902 75 

Steam roller furnished by the city . . . 780 00 

Stone furnished by the city .... 4,357 76 



,519 90 



St. James avenue, Berkeley to Clarendon street. Completion 
of 1906 work. 

Amount paid to Charles W. Kinney under con- 
tract $203 90 



Stoughton street, Harrison avenue to Albany street. Resur- 
facing with 2-inch macadam. Length, 684 feet. Area, 
2,128 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $945 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 430 22 



,375 22 



Sutherland road, Commonwealth avenue to Englewood avenue. 
Completion of 1906 work. 

Sand furnished by the city $4 65 

Templeton street, Adams street to Dorchester avenue. Edge- 
stones reset, gutters and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 
2,108 feet. Area, 1,406 square yards. Gutters repaved. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $1,830 02 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 183 00 

Stone furnished by the city .... 49 08 

Sand and gravel furnished by the city . . 261 00 

Bricks furnished by the city .... 53 50 

Edgestones furnished by the city . . . 11 31 



5,387 91 



Thornton street. Guild to Cedar street. Resurfaced with 2-inch 
macadam. Length, 790 feet. Area, 1,140 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $381 00 

Materials furnished by the city .... 191 97 



$572 97 



Tibbctts Town way, Mill street to Rutherford avenue. Paved 
with old granite blocks, edgestones reset, flagging cross- 



116 



City Document No. 42. 



walks and brick sidewalks laid. 
632 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Edgestones furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Sand furnished by the city 



Length, 423 feet. Area, 



$1,896 88 
626 05 
207 20 

22 98 
124 80 
241 20 

20 80 



1,139 91 



Trask street, Harrison avenue to Parmelee street. Repaved 
with granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset and 
flagging crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 
559 feet. Area, 870 square yards. 

Materials furnished by the city .... $233 90 

Amount paid to Peter W. Hill under contract . 1,313 10 



L,547 00 



Tremont street, at King's Chapel Cemetery. Artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. Length, 155 feet. Area, 1,223 square 
feet. 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract 



$236 00 



Tremont street, at Granary Burying Ground. Artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. Length, 328 feet. Area, 4,520 square 
feet. 

Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 

under contract =^$1,000 00 



Trinity Place, Stuart to Stanhope street, 
stones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Area, 408 square yards. 
Labor furnished by the city . . . . 
Bricks furnished by the city . . . . 
Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company 
under contract: 
214 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c $44 94 

2 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, gravel joints, @ 65c., 1 30 



Asphalted, edge- 
Length, 238 feet. 

$41 76 
26 00 



Carried forward 



$46 24 



$67 76 



' $118 paid by Cemetery Department. 
2 $500 paid by Cemetery Department. 



Street Department — • Executive Engineer. 117 



Brought forward $46 24 

408 square yards bituminous con- 
crete binder and asphalt 
wearing surface furnished and 
laid, @ $2.50 .... 1,020 00 
2 cubic yards extra bituminous 
binder furnished and laid, 

@ $9 18 00 

42 cubic yards cement concrete 
base furnished and laid, @ 



$67 76 



153 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 

Extra work: Remove surplus 
material over sewer trench: 

249 square yards material removed, 
@ 50c 



210 00 



53 55 



124 50 



1,472 29 

^ $1,540 05 

Tupelo street, Quincy to Savin street. Resurfaced with 6-inch 
macadam, edgestones reset, gutters and brick sidewalks 
relaid. Length, 304 feet. Area, 676 square yards. 
Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $285 50 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 212 80 

Amount paid to Peter Gilligan .... 410 59 

$908 89 



TJiica street, Beach to Kneeland street. Repaved with granite 
blocks, edgestones reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 315 feet. Area, 525 square yards. 
Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $46 50 
Bricks furnished by the city .... 45 50 
Amount paid Trimount Contracting Com- 
pany under contract 574 23 

$666 23 

Vernon street, Cabot to across Auburn street: 2,038 square 
yards asphalted, and 249 square yards block paving on a 
concrete base with pitch joints, edgestones reset, cross- 
walks relaid, and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 773 feet. 

Labor furnished by the city .... $98 00 

Teaming furnished by the city 

Bricks furnished by the city 

Flagging furnished by the city 



Carried forward . 



99 42 

58 50 

108 45 

$364 37 



' $7.36.1.5 paid by Sewer Department. 



118 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $364 37 

Blocks furnished by the city . . . . 448 00 

Amount paid Barber Asphalt Paving Company 
under contract: 
2,125 square yards preparing 

site, @ 50c. . . . $1,062 50 
402 linear feet edgestone set, 

@ 21c "84 42 

13 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ $1 . . . 13 00 

25 square yards granite block 
paving laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 16 25 

13 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... 13 65 

1,862 square yards concrete base 
bituminous concrete 
binder and Trinidad 
asphalt wearing surface 
furnished and laid, @ 
$3.25 .... 6,051 50 

282 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. . 98 70 
Extra work — Omit asphalt 
and substitute granite 
block, pitch joints on 
concrete base from Ca- 
bot street 80 feet east- 
erly : 
236 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... 247 80 
13 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.05 .... 13 65 
249 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ $1 . . _ . 249 00 

249 square yards excavation, 

@ 25c 62 25 

Extra work — Haul old 
granite blocks and flag- 
ging to Dimock-street 
yard: 
268 tons material hauled more 
than 1 mile and not 
more than IJ miles, 
^ mile overhaul, per l 
mile per ton, @ lie, 29 48 

Carried forward .... $7,942 20 $812 37 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 119 

$812 37 
6,256 72 



Brought forward . 

Less amount retained 



>7,942 20 
1,685 48 



$7,069 09 



Wales street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street. Resurfaced 
with 2-inch macadam. Length, 1,200 feet. Area, 2,667 
square yards. 

Labor and teaming furnished by the city . $703 50 

Stone furnished by the city . . . . 649 88 

$1,353 38 



Walk Hill street. Blue Hill avenue to Harvard str 

edgestones set, new block stone gutters laid 

flagging crosswalks laid. Length, 2,481 feet, 
square yards of gutters paved. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Edgestones furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Amount paid to Mark H. Lynch under contract 
2,393 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c 

981 square yards granite block 
paving laid, @ 50c. 
Extra work — Remove trees: 
6 trees removed 
Extra work — Remove rock 
above sub-grade: 

yards rock removed, 
@ $1.75 . . . .' 



eet. New 


and new 


Area, 1 


)81 


$808 


13 


517 


22 


214 


50 


1,884 


26 


626 


17 


792 


00 


1,100 


00 



4|- cubic 



2 53 



490 50 



200 00 



7 35 



Less amount retained 



$1,200 38 
. 110 00 



1,090 38 
$7,032 66 



Waltham street, Tremont street to Harrison avenue. Regu- 
lated between Washington street and Harrison avenue, 
and resurfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones reset, 
block gutters relaid, flagging crosswalks and brick side- 
walks relaid and old macadam surface excavated and 



120 



City Document No. 42. 





$1,205 20 




3,048 27 




416 00 




• . 1,272 67 




21 23 




325 00 




188 69 



removed between Tremont and Washington streets. 
Length, 1,010 feet. Area, 3,591 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Edgestone furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Amount paid to John W. Collins under contract: 
1,966 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

21c $412 86 

835 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 65c. . . 542 75 
1,477 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . .516 95 

1,472 56 

$7,949 62 



Warren street, Copeland street to Blue Hill avenue. Unfin- 
ished work of 1906. 

Stone furnished by the city .... $289 09 

Warren street, Dudley to Moreland street. Completion of 1906 
work, Repaved with granite blocks on a gravel base, 
edgestones reset and brick sidewalks and flagging cross- 
walks relaid. Length, 1,012 feet. Area, 4,767 square 
yards. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... 
Materials furnished by the city .... 
Amount paid to William Barrett under contract, 
Amount paid to John B. Harlow under contract. 



00 
671 70 

284 29 
1,388 61 



>,376 60 



Warren street, Moreland to Walnut avenue. Repaved with 
granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset, 
flagging crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 
500 feet. Area, 1,666 square yards. 

Teaming furnished by the city .... $67 04 

Materials furnished by the city .... 738 74 

Amount paid to John B. Harlow . . . 1,990 09 



Washington street, Armandine to Euclid street. 
of 1906 work. 



$ 2,795 87 
Completion 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 121 

Materials furnished by the city .... $225 65 
Removing trees by the city . . . . 125 00 
Removing stone wall by the city ... 40 00 
Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch under con- 
tract 511 74 



$902 39 



Washington street, Bowdoin to Eldon street. Completion of 
1906 work. 
Teaming furnished by the city .... $27 00 

Washington street, Milk street to near Court avenue. Paved 
with wood blocks. Length, 538 feet. Area, 1,562 square 
yards. 
Labor furnished by the city . . . . $162 25 

Teaming furnished by the city . . . . 13 24 

Edgestone furnished by the city . . . 25 68 

Flagging furnished by the city . . . . 127 10 

Amount paid U. S. Wood Preserving Company 
under contract: 
1.583 square yards preparing site, 

@ 50c. .... $791 50 

1,583 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ $1 . . . . 1,583 00 
4 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, @ 

$L05 4 20 

1,580 square yards wood block pave- 
ment furnished and laid, @ 

$3.25 5,135 00 

7,513 70 

'$7,841 97 



Washington street, Beach to Milk street. Completion of 1906 
work. Paved with wood blocks. Length, 2,279 feet. 
Area, 9,250 square yards. 
I;abor furnished by the city .... $6 50 

Amount paid U. S. Wood Preserving Company 
under contract: 
6,333 square yards preparing 

site, @ 25c. . . $1,583 25 

56 linear feet edgestones set, 

@ 21c 11 76 

6,296 square y a r d s concrete 
base laid for wood block 
paving, @ 75c. . . 4,722 00 

Carried forward .... $6,317 01 $6 50 

' $4,050 paid by Boston Transit Commission. 



122 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... $6,317 01 $6 50 

32 square yards concrete 
base laid for crosswalks 
and brows, @ 75c. . 24 00 

19 square yards granite 
block paving laid, pitch 
joints, @ $1.05 . . 19 95 

51 square yards flagging 
crosswalks laid, pitch 
joints, @ $1,05 . . 53 55 

8,765 square yards wood block 
pavement furnished 
and laid, @ $3 . . 26,295 00 

Extra work: Cut con- 
crete between tracks at 
Franklin street: 
15 hours, labor, @ 21c. . 3 15 

■ Plus 15 per cent, on $3.15, 47 

Extra work — Cut con- 
crete between tracks 
at Milk street: 
8 hours, foreman, 

@ 50c. . . $4 00 ■ 
32 hours, labor, @ 

21c. . . 6 72 

10 72 

Plus 15 per cent, on $10.72, 1 61 

2 hours, double team, @ 

50c 1 00 

Extra work — Reset catch- 
basins: 
4 catch-basins reset, @ $3, 12 00 

Extra work — Clean up 
dirt at corner of Boyl- 
ston and Washington 
streets : 
6 hours, foreman, 

@ 50c. . . $3 00 
36 hours, labor, @ 

21c. . . 7 56 



Plus 15 per cent, on $10.56, 

15 hours, double team, @ 

50c 


10 56 

1 58 

7 50 




Less amount paid in 1906, 


$32,758 10 
27,793 09 


4,965 01 








^$4,971 51 



1 $6,943.74 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



Steeet Department — Executive Engineer. 123 

Washington street, Moultrie to Centre street. Paved with wood 
blocks. Length, 182 feet. Area, 648 square yards. 

Labor, inspection, etc., furnished by the city . $141 98 

Amount paid U. S. Wood Preserving Company, 
under contract: 
654 square yards preparing site, @ 

50c $327 00 

654 square yards concrete base laid, 

(5), $1 654 00 

10 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, gravel joints, @ 50c., 5 00 
20 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.05 21 00 

2 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, gravel joints, @ 

50c 1 00 

27 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 
$1.05 . . . . . 28 35 
607 square yards wood block pave- 
ment furnished and laid, @ 

$3.25 1,972 75- 

3,009 10 



;,151 08 



Washington street, St. James to across Guild street. Repaved 
with granite blocks on a gravel base, edgestones reset, flag- 
ging crosswalks and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 350 
feet. Area, 1,165 square yards. 
Teaming furnished by the city .... $8 02 

Materials furnished by the city . . . . 227 01 

Amount paid to John Toomoth under contract, 1,467 35 



,702 38 



Washington street, Townsend to Morton street. Completion of 
1905 and 1906 work. Repaved, edgestone reset, brick and 
artificial stone sidewalks relaid. 
Amount paid to Philip Doherty under contract, ^$1,515 76 

Water street, Devonshire to Congress street. Paved with wood 
blocks on concrete base. Length, 213 feet. Area, 768 
square yards. 
Labor and teaming furnished by the city . . $41 73 



Carried forward $41 73 

' $3,033.01 paid by Boston Elevated Railway Company. 



124 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forivard $41 73 

Amount paid U. S. Wood Preserving Company 
under contract: 
723 square yards preparing site, @ 

50c $361 50 

723 square yards concrete base laid, 

@ $1 723 00 

7 square yards granite block pav,- 

ing laid, gravel joints, @ 65c. 4 55 
12 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.20 14 40 

34 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, @ 

$1.20 40 80 

712 square yards wood block pave- 
ment furnished and laid, 
@ $3.25 . . . . . 2,314 00 



3,458 25 

$3,499 98 

Waumbeck street, Harold to Crawford street. Resurfaced with 
8-inch macadam, edgestones set and artificial stone side- 
walks relaid. Length, 299 feet. Area, 864 square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnished by 

the city $729 50 

Materials furnished by the city .... 562 06 



,291 56 



Waumbeck street, Warren to Wabeno street. Completion of 
1906 work. 

Stone and dust furnished by the city . . $195 08 



Webster street, McCormick square to Orleans street. Resur- 
faced with macadam. Length, 2,513 feet. Area, 4,264 
square yards. 

Labor, teaming and steam roller furnislied by 

the city $1,731 51 

Materials furnished by the city .... 601 50 



J,333 01 



West Broadway, E to F street. Completion of 1906 work. 
Paved with new blocks, edgestones reset and brick side- 
walks and flagging crosswalks relaid. Length, 404 feet. 
Area, 1,727 square yards. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 125 



Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city 
Cement furnished by the city 
Blocks furnished by the city 
Bricks furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city 
Amount paid to John T. Shea, Jr., under con- 
tract: 
945 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

21c. . . . . . $198 45 

1,892 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 65c. . . 1,229 80 
1,202 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c. . . . 420 70 

Extra work — Haul blocks 
from South End yard: 
190 square yards blocks hauled, 

@ 30c 57 00 

Extra work — Excavate road- 
way, cut concrete and cut 
roots: 
57 days labor, @ $2 . . . 114 00 
Plus 15 per cent, on $114 . 17 10 
13 days, single team, @ $3.50 . 45 50 



$602 30 

809 50 

2 60 

1,157 45 
234 00 
114 75 



2,082 55 
^5,003 15 



West Fifth street, A street to railroad bridge, bridge to B street, 
and B to C street. Gutters repaved, edgestones reset and 
brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 1,084 feet. Area, 1,000 
square yards gutters repaved. 



Labor furnished by the city 

Teaming furnished by the city . 

Bricks furnished by the city 

Amount paid William Higgins . 

Amount paid William Higgins under contract 



$496 50 

389 50 

325 00 

■ 256 98 

1,590 19 

;3,058 17 



West Third street, A to D and E to F streets. 
I macadam. 



Resurfaced with 



Labor furnished by the city .... $2,525 61 

Teaming and horse rolling furnished by the city, 1,719 25 

Stone furnished by the city .... 1,418 04 

Gravel furnished by the city .... 334 62 



),997 52 



126 City Document No. 42. 

Winter street, Church to Adams street, including Parish street. 
Resurfaced with 7-inch macadam, edgestones reset, flag- 
ging crosswalks, gutters and brick sidewalks relaid. Length, 
546 feet. Area, 2,118 square yards. 

Labor furnished by the city 
Teaming furnished by the city . 
Steam roller furnished by the city 
Stone furnished by the city 
Gravel furnished by the city 
Flagging furnished by the city . 
Amount paid to Sylvester Connolly . 



Worthington street, at Normal School. Snb-graded. Work 
uncompleted. 

Labor furnished by the city . . . . S51 38 
Amount paid to Charles W. Kinney under con- 
tract 450 50 





$208 75 




485 05 




52 00 




1,200 56 




21 00 




240 97 




469 58 




$2,677 91 



$501 88 



HIGHWAYS, MAKING OF. 

Arcadia park, Ditson to Arcadia street. Surfaced with 6-inch 
macadam, new edgestones set, block gutters laid, flagging 
crosswalks and crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 
425 feet. Area, 1,228 square yards. 

Labor including engineering and inspection . $196 00 

389.15 tons crushed stone and dust . . . 614 16 

11,050 granite blocks (old) 221 00 

792 feet 8 inches edgestone, 37 feet 8 inches 

circular edgestone 589 84 

17 feet 2 inches of flagging 23 17 

Amount paid to Sylvester Connolly under con- 
tract: 
360 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $180 00 
9 cubic yards sub-grading (rock . ; 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 15 75 
876 linear feet edgestones set, @ 21c., 183 96 
320 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. ... 160 00 
24 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ 75c 18 00 



Carried forward $557 71 $1,644 17 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 127 

Brought forward S557 71 $1,644 17 

914 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 25c 228 50 

607 square yards crushed stone side- 
walks^ laid, @ 20c. . . .121 40 
3 catch-basins and manhole covers 

reset, @ $3 . . . . 9 00 
320 square yards paving blocks 
hauled from Massachusetts 
avenue lot (extra work), @ 30c., 96 00 
2 trees removed (extra work), 

@ $12.50 25 00 

1,037 61 



$2,681 78 



Aspinwall road, Washington street to Talbot avenue. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, new edgestones set, block paving 
laid, flagging and brick crosswalks laid, artificial stone 
sidewalks laid, brick sidewalks relaid, and loam spaces 
filled and seeded. Length, 930 feet. Area, 3,580 square 
yards. 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 

Advertising 

1,025.65 tons crushed stone and stone dust 
1,257 feet 5^ inches edgestone and 82 feet 10 

inches circular edgestone 

98 feet 2 inches flagging 

1,000 paving bricks and 4,700 vitrified bricks . 

18,085 blocks (old) 

Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
5,869 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid, 

@ 21c $1,232 49 

120 square feet driveway, 6 inches 
thick, constructed (extra 
work), @ 25c. . . . 30 00 

1,262 49 



$385 


74 


6 


06 


1,605 


96 


987 


88 


132 


53 


130 


50 


361 


70 



Amount paid to James F. Murphy, under 
conti'act: 

Preparing site $1 00 

1,047 cubic yards sub-grading 

(earth excavation), (5} 50c., 523 50 
1-^ cubic yards sub-grading 

(rockexcavation),(^$1.75, 2 63 
1,440 linear feet edgestone set, 

(a 24c 345 60 



Carried forward $872 73 $4,872 86 



128 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $872 73 $4,872 86 

647 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 80c. . 517 60 
48 square yards flagging cross- 
walks"^ laid, @ 65c. . . 31 20 
2,928 square yards macadam sur- 
face laid, @ 22c. . . 644 16 
106 square yards brick side- 
walks laid, @ 35c. . \ 37 10 
11 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 33 00 
295 square yards loam placed 

and seeded, @ 60c. . . 177 00 
Extra work — Substitute 
brick crosswalks for flag- 
ging : 
6 days, foreman, @ 

$5 . . . $30 00 

16^ days, labor, @ $2 . 33 75 
4| days, paver, @ $5 . 23 75 
4^ days, helper, @ 

$2.25 ... 9 56 

97 06 



Plus 15 per cent, on $97.06, 14 56 
1 day, single team ... 3 50 
6 days, double team, @ $6 . 36 00 
16^ barrels Portland cement, @ 

$2.20 36 30 

9i double loads sand, @ $1.80, 17 10 
Extra work — Haul crushed 
stone and screenings from 
Columbia-road crusher 
instead of from Codman- 
street crusher: 
136 tons crushed stone and 
screenings hauled from 
Columbia-road crusher 
instead of from Codman- 
street crusher, ^ mile 
overhaul, per ^ mile, @ 
lie. . . '. . 14 96 



i,532 27 



Less 51 tons crushed stone 
dust hauled H miles (de- 
livered on site of work by 
city), per ^ mile, @ lie, 16 83 



2,515 44 
$7,388 30 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 129 



Ashland street, Mill to Everdean street. Work not started. 

Advertising . _ $59 00 

Labor, engineering expense .... 49 75 



Avenue Louis Pasteur, Longwood avenue to the Fenway. 
Work unfinished. 



$108 


75 


the Fenway. 


$6 


01 


1,970 


19 


273 


25 


47 


58 


3,543 


00 


$5,840 03 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 

Teaming 

1,830 feet spruce lumber .... 
4,724 double loads, filling .... 



Bakersfield street, Stoughton to Willis street. Surfaced with 
6-inch macadam, new edgestone set, flagging crosswalks 
laid, block paving laid and crushed stone sidewalks laid. 
Length, 980 feet. Area, 2,834 square yards, 

$312 12 

1,621 12 

474 98 

1,083 49 

532 70 

437 85 



Labor (including engineering and inspection) 
1,013.2 tons crushed stone . 
351 feet 10 inches flagging . 
1,502 feet 2 inches edgestone 
26,625 blocks (old) 
Teaming (furnished by the city) 
Amount paid William J. Fitzgerald under con- 
tract: 
1,160 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . $696 00 
1,933 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

2oc 483 25 

696 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .348 00 
71 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 53 25 
2,137 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 25c. . . .534 25 

1,284 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 20c. . 256 80 
6 catch-basin and manhole cov- 
ers reset, (^ $3 . . . 18 00 
Extra work — Cut down and 
remove trees as directed: 
8 trees cut down and removed, 

(^ $30 240 00 

2 trees cut down and removed, 325 00 



Carried forward . 



1,954: 55 



t,462 26 



130 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward . . . . $2,954 55 S4,462 26 
Extra work — 
1 Bradley head catch-basin 

reset 10 00 

2,964 55 



r,426 81 



Bayswater street, Saratoga street to Austin avenue. (Work 
unfinished.) Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, new edge- 
stone set, block paving laid, flagging crosswalks and 
crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 1,120 feet. Area, 
4,622 square yards. 

Advertising _ . $75 22 

Labor, including engineering expense and in- 
spection 493 78 

1,992 feet 9 inches edgestone and 178 feet 10 

inches circular edgestone . . . ' . 1,719 58 

20,063 blocks 1,271 70 

819 feet 3 inches flagging 1,107 00 

Amount paid James Doherty under contract: 
1,000 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 35c. . . $350 00 
2,200 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

17c 374 00 

853 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 426 50 
166 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 85c. . . 141 10 
3,800 square yards macadam surface 

furnished and laid, @ 53c., 2,014 00 
1,590 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid, 

@ 45c 715 50 

19 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 57 00 
193 square yards slope paving fur- 
nished and laid, @ $2.35 . 453 55 



$4,531 65 
Less 5 per cent, retained . 226 58 



4,305 07 

^8,972 35 



Bellevue street, extended to Hamilton street. Work not started. 

Advertising $60 34 

Labor, engineering expense .... 147 25 

$207 59 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 131 

Bennington street, Chelsea street to Belle Isle inlet. Surfaced 
with 4-inch macadam on 8-inch Telford base, edgestone 
set, flagging crosswalks laid, block paving laid, brick side- 
walks laid and loam placed. Length, 1,714 feet. Area, 
12,273 square yards. Completion of work of former years. 



Labor, including engineering expense 




$921 


12 


56,000 bricks 






728 


00 


453 feet 3 inches edgestone and 


42 feet 


6+ 






inches circular edgestone . 






370 


29 


59 feet flagging .... 






83 


25 


Teaming 






108 


45 


Amount paid to James Doherty unc 


ler contract: 






7,616 cubic yards sub-grading 










(earth excavation), @ 










33c. . . . . 


$2,513 


28 






10 cubic yards sub-grading 










(rock excavation), @, 










_ $1.75 .... 


17 


50 






3,659 linear feet edgestones set. 










@ 16c 


585 


44 






10,381 square yards Telford base 










furnished and placed, 










@ 36c 


3,737 


16 






10,776 square yards macadam 










furnished and placed. 










@ 33c 


3,556 


08 






169 square yards flagging 










crosswalks laid, @, 45c., 


76 


05 






1 ,328 square yards granite block 










paving laid, @ 37c. . 


491 


36 






22 catch-basins and manhole 










covers reset, @ $3 


66 


00 






3,410 square yards brick side- 










walks laid, @ 29c. 


988 


90 






121 square yards crushed stone 










sidewalks laid, @ 39c., 


47 


19 






2,658 cubic yards loam fur- 










nished and placed, @, 










90c 


2,392 


20 






Allowance under Article 










7 of contract: 










1,000 tons crushed stone fur- 










nished and placed, @ 










$1.25 .... 


1,250 


00 








$15,721 


16 




Less amount paid in 1906, 


8,063 


48 


7,657 


68 














$9,868 


79 



132 



City Document No. 42. 



Bernard street, Talbot avenue to the railroad. Work not 
started. 

Advertising $5 06 



Boardman street, Saratoga street to B. & M. R.R. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 
Teaming 



Boyden street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, edgestone set, part flagging and 
part brick crosswalks laid, block paving laid and crushed, 
stone sidewalks laid. Length, 315 feet. Area, 910 square 
yards. 

S6 06 
201 73 





$5 


23 


294 


75 


157 


75 


$457 73 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 

580 feet 11 inches edgestone and 18 feet 11 

inches circular edgestone and 4 corners 
289.1 tons stone 
5,270 blocks (old) . 
1,600 bricks (Barrington) 
60 feet North River flagging 
Steam roller .... 
Amount paid to James F. Murphy under 
contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, stumps, 

etc $50 00 

119 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . 59 50 
2 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 3 50 
127 cubic yards filling furnished, 

■ @ $1.50 190 

712 linear feet edgestone set, @ 26c., 185 
284 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 85c. . . .241 40 
34 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ 50c 17 00 

720 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 35c. . . . _ . 252 00 
446 square yards crushed stone side- 
walks laid, @ 25c. . . Ill 50 
7 catch-basins and manhole covers 

reset, @ $3 . . . . 21 00 



445 64 

462 56 

105 40 

45 50 

81 00 

26 00 



50 
12 



Carried forward 



L,131 52 



L,373 89 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 133 

Brought forward .... $1,131 52 $1,373 89 
25 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.50 . . . 37 50 

Extra work — 41.5 tons crushed 
stone hauled from Columbia- 
road crusher instead of from 
Codman-street crusher: 
1 mile overhaul, per ^ mile, @/ lie, 9 13 



Less 38.5 tons crushed $1,178 15 

stone hauled 1^ 
miles (delivered on 
site of work by city) 
per \ mile, @ lie, $12 71 

Less l|f days use of 
city steam roller, @ 
$13 . . . .23 56 

36 27 



1,141 88 

$2,515 77 

Bradshaw street, extended to Esmond street. Completed in 
1906. 

Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch under con- 
tract $139 19 



Bruce street, from Dracut to Wrentham street. Work unfin- 
ished. Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, 
part of flagging crosswalks laid, block paved gutters laid. 
Length, 135 feet. Area, 435 square yards. 

Advertising $63 38 

Labor, including engineering expense . . 159 76 

183 feet edgestoneand 111 feet 7 inches circular 

edgestone 276 41 

210 feet 9 inches flagging 284 51 

3,560 blocks (old) 195 80 

Teaming 6 00 

Amount paid to Daniel E. Lynch under contract: 
150 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 55c. . . $82 50 
316 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

25c 79 00 

138 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 69 00 
44 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 90c. . . 39 60 



Carried forward $270 10 $985 86 



134 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $270 10 $985 86 

11 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 40c 4 40 

Extra work — ■ Rebuild catch- 
basins and manholes: 
3^ days, foreman, @ 

$3.50 . . . $12 25 

141 days' labor, @ $2.25, 32 06 

6 days, tender, @ $2.50, 15 00 

3 days, mason, @ $6 . 18 00 

77 31 



Plus 15 per cent, on $77.31, 11 60 
1,650 sewer brick, @ $11 per M. . 18 15 
4 barrels cement, @ $2 . . 8 00 
2 double loads sand, @ $2 . . 4 00 
6 square feet North River flag- 
ging, @33ic 2 00 



$395 56 
Less 15 per cent, retained . 59 33 



336 23 



L,322 09 



Causeway street, Washington street north across Medford street. 
Repaved with granite blocks, with pitch joints, on a con- 
crete base, edgestones set, flagging crosswalks and brick 
sidewalks laid. Length, 312 feet. Area, 2,410 square 
yards. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 

49,800 bloclvs (old) 

374.85 tons stone 

89 feet 10 inches edgestone and 30 feet circular 

edgestone 

304 feet 9 inches flagging 

240 barrels Portland cement .... 

16,400 bricks 

12 templets 

Amount paid to William H. Cuddy under con- 
tract: 
1,875 square yards preparing site, 

@ 65c $1,218 75 

542 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

21c 113 82 

1,875 square yards concrete base 

laid, @ 30c. . . .562 50 



$4 07 


494 


74 


3,486 


00 


599 


76 


101 


88 


259 


04 


432 


00 


213 


20 


5 


50 



Carried forward . . . . $1,895 07 $5,596 19 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 135 



Brought forward . . . . % 

151 square yards granite block 

paving laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 

2,335 square yards granite block 
paving laid, pitch joints, 
@ S1.20 .... 
22 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, gravel joints, 

@ 65c 

75 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, pitch joints, 
@ $1.20 .... 
525 square yards brick sidewalks 
laid, @ 35c. 
Extra work — Hauled from 
Columbia-road crusher: 
374.9 tons crushed stone, @ 85c. . 
Extra work — Hauled from 
South End paving yard 
instead of the North End 
paving yard: 
304| feet flagging, @ 8c. 

Extra work — • Remove old 
concrete wall: 
3^ days, foreman, @ S4, $14 00 
14 days' labor, @ $2 . 28 00 



Plus 15 per cent, on 
Extra work — On Charlestown 
bridge at approach to Cause- 
way street: 

102 linear feet edgestone reset, @ 
21c 

367 square yards granite block 
paving relaid, @ 65c. 

113 square yards brick sidewalks 
relaid, @ 35c. 



Less amount retained 



d,895 07 
98 15 

2,802 00 
14 30 

90 00 

183 75 

318 67 
24 38 



42 00 
6 30 



),596 19 



21 


42 






238 


55 






39 


55 






^5,774 


14 




535 


04 










5,239 


JO 








$10,835 


29 



Claybourne street, Bowdoin to Dakota street. Surfaced with 
6-inch macadam, edgestoncs set, block paved gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid, artificial stone sidewalks laid. 
A small niirnhcf of hi'icks for repairs to the sidewalks at 



136 



City Document No. 42. 



Bowdoin street were furnished by the city on the work. 
Length, 350 feet. Area, 1,011 square yards. 



180 



25 
25 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 

577 feet edgestone 

224.2 tons stone 

7,470 blocks 

Teaming 

Amount paid to Sylvester Connolly under con 
tract: 
305 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 65c. 
721 linear feet edgestone set, @ 25c., 
84 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 60c. 
43 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ 80c 

778 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 34c 

3 catch-basins and manhole covers 
reset, @ S3 . 
Extra work^-Omit brick paving 
for gutters and substitute 
granite blocks: 
223 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 60c. 
Extra work — Hauled from 
South End Yard: 
223 square yards granite blocks, @ 

30c 

Extra work — Omit crushed stone 
sidewalks and relay brick 
sidewalks where directed : 
12 square yards brick sidewalks 
relaid, @ 35c. 



50 40 



34 40 



264 52 



9 00 



133 80 



66 90 



4 20 



Less amount retained 



$941 72 
201 69 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
3,535 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid, @ 20c. 



$6 06 
318 75 
442 75 
358 72 
149 40 

72 00 



740 03 



707 00 



2,794 71 



CI ment avenue, Stratford to Meredith street. Surfaced with 
6-inch macadam, part block dish gutters laid, vitrified 
brick crosswalks laid on concrete base with grout joints, 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 137 

sodded, loam placed and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 
Length, 406 feet. Area, 1,083 square yards. 

Advertising S5 05 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 407 84 

Teaming 216 00 

8,500 blocks, old 170 00 

20 feet 11 inches edgestone 14 64 

330.9 tons stone 529 44 

1,595 vitrified bricks and 1,920 Mack bricks . 103 28 

Amount paid Thomas F. Welch under con- 
tract: 
294 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $147 00 
283 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .141 50 
75 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ S1.50 ... 112 50 

943 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 25c 235 75 

. 7 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 2100 
1,154 square feet loam sodded and 

placed, @ 25c ... 288 50 

946 25 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
1,862 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid, 

@ 21c $391 02 

Extra work — To conform to 
grade : 
7 artificial stone blocks relaid, 

@ $4.10 . . . . 28 70 

419 72 

$2,812 22 

Corona street, Bowdoin street to Geneva avenue. Work not 
started. 
Labor, including engineering expense . . $67 60 

Cottage street, Maverick to northeasterly line of Gove street. 
Work not started. 

Labor, including engineering expense . . $39 13 

Advertising 69 23 



$108 36 



Dahlgren street, Westville to Corona street. Surfaced with 
6-inch macadam, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
vitrified brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base with 



138 



City Document No. 42. 



grout joints and brick sidewalks laid 
Area, 593 square yards. 

Advertising 

131.425 tons stone 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 
155 feet 3 inches edgestone and 21 feet 3 inches 

circular edgestone 

6,000 bricks and 850 Mack bricks 

5,150 blocks 

Amount paid Daniel Marr & Son under con- 
tract: 
207 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . $124 20 
549 linear feet edgestone set, @ 24c., 131 76 
190 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 60c. . . . 114 00 
23 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ S1.50 . . . 34 50 

421 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 35c 147 35 

12 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 24c. . 2 88 

278 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 97 30 

5 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 15 00 
Extra work — Hauled from Co- 
lumbia-road crusher instead of 
from Rosseter-street crusher: 
124 tons crushed stone and screen- 
ings, 1 mile overhaul, per ^ 
mile, per ton, @ lie. . . 27 28 



Length, 265 feet. 



$5 06 
210 28 
145 51 

144 06 
105 20 
103 00 



694 27 



,407 38 



Dakota street, Greenbrier street at Geneva avenue. Work not 
started. 
Labor, including engineering expense . . $89 00 

Davitt street, from Savin Hill avenue 247 feet northeasterly. 
Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, block gut- 
ters laid, vitrified brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base 
with grout joints, part crushed stone sidewalks and 
part brick sidewalks laid. A wooden fence built across 
the end of the street. Length, 247 feet. Area, 731 square 
yards. 

Advertising $6 06 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 184 49 



Carried forward $190 55 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 139 



Brought forward 

490 feet edgestone, 20 feet 10 inches circular 

edgestone, 2 large corners 
146 tons stone . . . . . 
14,753 bricks and 900 Mack bricks . 
6,040 blocks and 40 crossing blocks . 
21 double loads gravel .... 
Amount paid Daniel E. Lynch under contract: 

107 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . $64 20 

224 cubic yards filling furnished, @ 



516 linear feet edgestone set, @ 25c., 
195 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 75c. 
21 square yards brick crosswalks 
laid, @ $1.50 .... 
576 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 45c 

55 square yards crushed stone side- 
walks laid, @ 45c. . 
1 cover reset, @ $3 
41 linear feet wooden fence fur- 
nished and built, @ $1 . 
Extra work — Omit crushed 
stone sidewalks and substi- 
tute brick where requested: 
301 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 

Extra work — Hauled from Cod- 
man-street ledge instead of 
from Columbia-road ledge: 
195 tons crushed stone and gravel, 
one mile overhaul, per h, mile, 
per ton, @ lie. 
Extra work — Hauled excess of 
paving bricks to the Dorches- 
ter paving yard: 
1 day, double team 



224 00 
129 00 

146 25 

31 50 

259 20 

24 75 
3 00 

41 00 



105 35 



42 90 



6 00 



$190 55 

408 58 
233 60 
212 79 
142 80 
31 50 



1,077 15 



$2,296 97 



Everdean street, Green Hill to Ashland street. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 



Work not started. 

$58 60 
16 75 



$75 35 



140 



City Document No. 42. 



Everdean street, Green Hill to Preston street. Work not started. 

Adveritsing $61 94 

Labor, including engineering expense . . 75 37 

$137 31 



Fenwood road, Huntington avenue to Brookline avenue. Sur- 
faced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, block gutters 
laid, flagging crosswalks laid, crushed stone sidewalks laid, 
brick sidewalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks relaid. 
Length, 1,465 feet. Area, 5,534 square yards. 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 
1,846 feet 6 inches edgestone and 102 feet cir 

cular edgestone 

1,622.46 tons stone .... 
352.54 tons stone dust .... 
409 feet 5 inches North river flagging 

34,800 blocks, old 

37,300 bricks ...... 

Steam roller 

Rebate on artificial stone sidewalks . 
Amount paid Bay State Contracting Company 
under contract: 
1,649 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . $989 40 
7 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . 12 25 

2,395 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

23c 550 85 

1,083 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ $75c. . . 812 25 
123 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 92 25 
4,795 square yards macadam sur- 
face laid, @ 20c. . . 959 00 
542 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 18c. . 97 56 
975 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 341 25 

7 covers reset, (5} $3 . . . 21 00 
Extra work — Hauled from 
Chestnut Hill crusher in- 
stead of from Bleiler crusher: 
31 tons crushed stone and screen- 
ings 2+ miles overhaul, per 
imileffa lie. . . . 17 05 



$6 01 
540 98 

1,425 16 
2,585 97 
419 79 
552 70 
696 00 
484 90 
399 00 
55 26. 



Carried forward 



5,892 86 



^165 77 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 141 



Brought forward . 

Extra work — Hauled from 
crusher at Ritchie street in- 
stead of from Bleiler crusher: 
207 tons crushed stone and screen- 
ings, ^ mile overhaul, @ lie, 
Extra work — Hauled from 
crusher at Bynner street in- 
stead of from Bleiler crusher: 
18 tons crushed stone and screen- 
ings \ mile overhaul, @'llc.. 
Extra work — Removed on 
line of edgestone: 
360 square feet artificial stone, 

@ 10c 

Extra work — Graded a p - 
proaches on Kempton and 
Crowley streets: 
24 days, labor, @ $2 . . 
Plus 15 per cent, on $48 
Extra work — Furnished stone- 
cutter where necessary for 
underground services : 
5 days, stonecutter, @ $4 
Plus 15 per cent, on 



$3,892 86 $7,165 77 



Less 171 tons crushed 

stone and screen- 
ings hauled one 

mile (delivered on 

site of work by 

city), per h mile, 

@ lie. . \ . $37 62 
Less 211 days use of 

city steam roller, 

@ $13 . . . 284 37 
Less 600 sidewalk 

bricks, @ $13 M., 7 80 



Less amount retained 



22 77 



1 98 



36 00 



48 

7 



20 
3 



00 
20 



00 
00 



1,031 81 



329 79 

;,702 02 
150 00 



Amount paid to Warren Brother Company 
under contract: 
2,132 square feet artificial stone 

sidewalks relaid, @ 20c. . $426 40 



3,552 02 



Carried forward 



. $426 40 $10,717 79 



142 City Document No. 42. 

Brought foncard ..... $426 40 $10,717 79 
Extra work: 
5 linear feet artificial stone curb 

relaid, @ 85c. ... 4 25 

430 65 



.1,148 44 



Fisher avenue, Hayden street to Parker Hill avenue. Work 
not started. 

Labor, including engineering expense . . $214 50 



Fottler road, Walk Hill street to Tileston avenue. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
vitrified brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base with 
grout joints and crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 
282 feet. Area, 1,065 square yards. 

Advertising $6 06 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 151 60 

421.925 tons stone 675 08 

607 feet edgestone, and 51 feet 7 inches circular 

edgestone and 4 small corners . . . 530 66 

2,200 Mack bricks 70 40 

Amount paid to Fred. L. Williams under con- 
tract : 
Preparing site . . . . $10 00 
354 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @, 45c. . . 159 30 
583 linear feet edgestones set, @ 30c., 174 90 
212 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 85c.* . . . 180 20 
50 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.50 . . . 75 00 

905 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 55c 497 75 

471 square yards crushed stone side- 
walks laid, @ 50c. . . .235 50 
2 catch-basins and manhole cov- 
ers reset, @ $3 . . . 6 00 
Extra work — Hauled surplus 
material to Codman street, 4- 
mile overhaul: 
95 tons material hauled, @ lie. . 10 45 
Extra work — Leveled surplus 
material hauled to Codman 
street : 
21 days, labor, @, $2 . $5 00 



Carried forward . . . $5 00 $1,349 10 $1,433 80 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 143 

;i,433 80 



Brought fortvard . 

Plus 15 per cent, on 



Less amount retained 



00 $1,349 10 
75 
— 5 75 



Sl,354 85 
. 349 73 



1,005 12 

12,438 92 

Frankfort street Maverick street to northeasterly line of Gove 
street. Work not started. 

Advertising $67 01 

Labor, including engineering expense . . 53 80 

$120 81 



Harlem street, Glenway to Greenwood street. Work not 
started. 
Labor, including engineering expense . . $44 00 

Hobson street, Faneuil to Hobart street. Surfaced with 6-inch 
macadam, edgestones set, vitrified brick gutters and cross- 
walks laid on a concrete base with grout joints and crushed 
stone sidewalks laid. Length, 1,033 feet. Area, 3,088 
square yards. 

$5 05 

632 51 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 
1,911 feet 9 inches edgestone and 96 feet 8 inches 

circular edgestone 
518 blocks 
32,475 Mack bricks 
1,036.67 tons stone 
Teaming . 
Steam roller 
Amount paid Thomas J. Young Company under 
contract: 
1,270 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. -. . $635 00 
2 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), (a) $1.75 . 3 50 

2,085 linear feet edgestone set, 

@ 30c 625 50 

19 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 9 50 

689 square yards brick gutter pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .344 50 



1,591 98 

36 26 

1,087 90 

1,658 68 

23 00 

58 50 



Carried fonrard 



$1,618 00 $5,093 88 



144 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward . .. . $1,618 00 S5,093 88 
78 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.50 . . .117 00 
2,321 square yards macadam sur- 
face laid, @ 30c. . . 696 30 
1,455 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 25c. . 363 75 
15 catch-basins and manhole cov- 
ers reset, @ $3 . . . 45 00 
Extra work — Hauling bricks 
for gutters: 
34,710 bricks hauled, @ $2.50 per M, 86 78 



$2,926 83 
Less for use of city steam 

roller, 4^ days, @ $13 . 58 50 



$2,868 33 
Less amount retained . . 87 84 



2,780 49 
$7,874 37 

Jersey street, Audubon road to Brookline avenue. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, flagging crosswalks 
laid, block paving laid, vitrified brick gutters laid on 
gravel, loam furnished and placed, and crushed stone 
sidewalks laid. Length, 1,838 feet. Area, 5,310 square 
yards. 
Labor, including engineering and inspection . $231 25 

510.15 tons stone 816 24 

111.49 tons and 10 double loads stone dust . 304 53 

368 feet 10 inches flagging 497 92 

Steam roller 78 00 

Amount paid to Robert Eagar, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $30 00 

1,976 cubic yards sub-grading 

(earth excavation), @ 34c., 671 84 
4,004 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

18c. . . ■ . . . 720 72 
4,155 square yards 6-inch macadam 

laid, @ 27c 1,121 85 

235 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 60c. . . 141 00 
443 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 37c. . . 163 91 
1,108 square yards brick paving in 

gutters, @ 37c. . . . 409 96 

Carried forward .... $3,259 28 $1,927 94 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 145 

Brought fonvard .... S3,259 28 $1,927 94 
2,834 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 17c. . 481 78 
1,081 cubic yards loam furnished 

and placed, @ $1 . . 1,081 00 
25 manhole covers reset, @ $3 . 75 00 

Extra work — 
60 tons stone dust furnished, @ 

$1.50 90 00 

Extra work — Excavate slopes 
and use material to rein- 
force sidewalk: 
Hi days, foreman, @ $4, $45 33 
89i davs, labor, @ $2 . 178 50 

223 83 



Plus 15 per cent, on $223.83 . 33 57 
18^ days, single team, @ $3.50 . 64 16 
8§ days, double team, @ $5 . 42 50 
Extra work — Hauling from 
Columbia-road crusher in- 
stead of from Kenney- 
street ledge: 
162.75 tons crushed stone hauled 
more than 2 miles, and not 
more than 2h miles, 2^ miles 
overhaul per ^ mile, @ lie, 89 51 

$5,440 63 
Less for use of city steam 

roller, 8 days, @ $13 . . 104 00 

$5,336 63 
Less payments made in 1906, 2,539 15 



2,797 48 

$4,725 42 

Kerwin street, Talbot avenue to Bernard street. Surfaced with 
6-inch macadam, edgestones set, block paving laid, flag- 
ging and vitrified brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base 
with grout joints, loam furnished and placed and artificial 
stone sidewalks laid. Length, 656 feet. Area, 1,980 
square yards. 
Advertising $6 07 



Labor, including engineering antl inspection 
858 feet 1 1 inches edgestone, and 51 feet 3 inches 

circular edgestone and 2 small corners . 
403.55 tons stone and 8L025 tons stone dust 

10,905 Ijlocks 

2,300 Mack bricks 

Carried forward 



390 99 

720 05 

767 21 

218 10 

73 60 



$2,176 02 



146 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward . . . . . . . $2,176 02 

Amount paid to Daniel Marr & Son under 
contract : 

Removing .trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc $10 00 

504 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . 302 40 
1,295 linear feet edgestone set, @ 29c., 375 55 
473 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 83c. . . 392 59 
11 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ $1.19 . . 13 09 
1,476 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 34c 501 84 

51 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.17 .... 59 67 
3 catch-basin and manhole covers 

reset, @ $3 . . . . 9 00 
Extra work — Hauling surplus 
m a t er i a 1 to Willowwood 
street : 
9 tons, ^ mile haul, @ lie. . 99 

Extra work — -Furnishing and 
placing: 
209 square yards loam, @ 50c. . 104 50 
Extra work — Hauling from 
Columbia-road crusher in- 
stead of from Codman-street 
crusher: 
7 tons crushed stone and dust J 

mile overhaul, @ lie. . . 77 

Extra work — Omit crushed 
stone sidewalks: 
2 days, labor, @ $2 . . . 4 00 
Plus 15 per cent, on $4 . . 60 

1 day single team ... 3 50 

311 feet B M spruce plank, @ 

$23 per M . . . . 7 15 
Extra work — Hauling paving 
blocks: 
473 square yards paving blocks 

hauled, @ 25c. . . . 118 25 

$1,903 90 

Less 71 tons crushed stone 
hauled 2 miles (delivered on 
site of work by city), per h 
mile per ton, @ lie. . . 31 24 

1,872 66 

Carried forward $4,048 68 



Steeet Department — Executive Engineer, 147 



Brought forward S4,048 68 

Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
5,215 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid, @ 21c. . . . 1,095 15 





$5,143 83 


ilton street, Harvard to Park street. Work 


unfinished* 


Length, 842 feet. Area, 2,432 square yards. 




Advertising 


$69 99 


Labor, including engineering and inspection . 


373 90 


1,086.85 tons stone and stone dust 


1,738 96 


1,168 feet 9 inches edgestone .... 


946 41 


8,214 blocks 


451 77 


210 feet 4 inches flagging 


283 95 


Teaming 


58 00 




$3,922 98 



Lansdowne street, Brookline avenue to 235 feet west of Ipswich 
street. Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, 
granite block paving laid, part flagging crosswalks laid, 
part vitrified brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base 
with grout joints, and crushed stone sidewalks laid. 
Length, 850 feet. Area, 3,211 square yards. 

Advertising $4 97 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 546 77 

1,451 feet 2 inches edgestones, 172 feet 9 inches 

circular edgestone and 2 large corners . . 1,258 35 

281.15 tons stone 449 84 

1,066.125 tons stone dust 1,066 13 

332 feet North River flagging .... 448 20 

16,975 blocks 339 50 

2,100 bricks (Barrington) 63 00 

Steam roller 6 50 

Rebate on artificial stone sidewalks ... 10 38 

Amount paid Joseph J. Comfrey under contract: 
2,012 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . $1,006 00 
1,808 linear feet edgestone set, 

(^ 21c 379 68 

682 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 34100 
77 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 57 75 
3,277 square yards macadam sur- 
face laid, @ 25c. . . 819 25 



Carried forward 



$2,603 68 $4,193 64 



148 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... S2,603 68 $4,193 64 
1,410 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 17c. . 239 70 
8 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 24 00 
Extra work — Substitute brick 
crosswalks for flagging cross- ■ 
walks: 
26 square yards brick crosswalks 
laid on concrete base, @ 

$1.50 39 00 

Extra work — -Hauled from lot 
on Massachusetts avenue: 
625 square yards blocks, @ 25c. . 156 25 
Extra work- — Hauled stone 
from crushers at Bynner 
street and Ritchie street in- 
stead of from Bleiler crusher: 
1,066 tons crushed stone and screen- 
ings hauled h mile, per ^ 
mile per ton, @ lie. . . 117 26 
Extra work — Raised and low- 
ered manhole covers over 
6 inches: 
6 manhole covers, @ $10 . . 60 00 

3,239 89 



r,433 53 



Larchmont street, Waldeck to Greenbrier street. Work un- 
finished. 

Advertising $61 94 

Labor, including engineering expense . . 233 50 

422 feet edgestone 317 19 



$612 63 



Larkin street, Hampden to Adams street. Work unfinished. 

Advertising $5 11 

Labor, including engineering expense 



1,584 feet spruce lumber 
6 single loads gravel 
200 bricks 



196 50 

41 18 

5 10 

2 60 

$250 49 



Longfellow street, Draper to Topliff street. Completion of 1906 
work. Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, 
granite block paving laid, flagging crosswalks laid, loam 





$2,205 70 


$3 61 




17 77 







21 38 



$2,736 44 
Less 195 tons crushed stone 
dust hauled one mile (de- 
livered on site of work by 
city), per ^ mile, @ lie. . 42 90 



J, 184 32 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 149 

placed and seeded and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 
Length, 1,035 feet. Area, 3,733 square yards. 

Labor . $377 52 

934.65 tons stone 1,495 44 

195.18 tons stone dust . . . . . . 324 74 

Teaming 8 00 



Less for edgestone returned to stock, 
Less for flagging returned to stock. 



Amount paid Robert Eagar under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. . . .$50 00 

1,300 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . 650 00 
2 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . 3 50 

2, 113 linear feet edgestone set, @ 25c., 528 25 
3,031 square yards 6-inch macadam 

surface laid, @ 25c. . . 757 75 
28 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 21 00 
726 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 363 00 
50 cubic yards loam furnished, 

@ $2 100 00 

977 square yards loam placed and 

seeded, @ 15c. . . . 146 55 
■ 4 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 12 00 
Extra work — Hauled crushed 
stone dust from Grove- 
street crusher instead of 
from Columbia-road crusher: 
27 tons, Qh miles overhaul, per 

^ mile, @ lie. . . . 38 61 
299 tons crushed stone hauled 
from Codman-street crusher 
instead of from Columbia- 
road crusher, 1 mile over- 
haul, per ^ mile, @ lie. . 65 78 



Carried forward .... $2,693 54 $2,184 32 



150 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... $2,693 54 $2,184 32 
Less amount paid in 1906, 1,020 00 

1,673 54 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers 


Corporation 


under contract: 




11,989 square feet artificial stone 




sidewalks furnished and 




• laid, @ 20c. 


$2,397 80 


2,309 linear feet American 




Mason Safety Tread, 




@ 35c 


808 15 



3,205 95 
$7,063 81 

Lorraine street, Belgrade avenue to Colberg avenue. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set at corners, granite 
block dish gutters laid, loam placed and seeded and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks laid. Length, 846 feet. Area, 2,444 
square yards. 



Labor . . . . . 






$180 87 


15.35 tons stone 






24 56 


Amount paid William L. Dolan under contract: 




Removing trees, bushes. 








stumps, etc 


$10 00 




750 cubic yards earth excavation. 








sub-grading, @ 50c. 


375 


00 




243 linear feet edgestones set, @ 








25c 


60 


75 




1,758 square yards 6-inch macadam 








surface laid, @ 25c. 


439 


50 




17 square yards flagging crosswalks 








laid, @ 75c 


12 


75 




886 square yards granite block pav- 








ing laid, @ 50c. 


443 


00 




329 square yards loam placed and 








seeded, @ 40c. 


131 


60 




7 covers reset, @ $3 . 


21 


00 




Extra work — Furnish labor and 








materials to complete work 








after laying artificial stone 








sidewalks: 








1 day, foreman . . $5 00 








3i days, labor, @ $2 . 7 00 










12 
1 


00 

80 




Plus 15 per cent, on $12 . 




1-| days, steam roller, @ $15 . 


22 


50 




1-J days, double team, @ $6 . 


9 


00 





Carried forward .... $1,538 90 $205 43 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 151 



Brought forward . 
H days, watering cart, @ 



,538 90 
9 00 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 

under contract: 
7,358 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid, @ 

21c $1,545 18 

Extra work — Built under drain 
for sidewalks: 
8 days, labor, @ $2 . $16 00 
4 days, mason, @ $4.80, 19 20 

35 20 

5 28 

18 00 

8 40 

1 00 

2 50 



).20 



Plus 15 per cent, on 
3 days, double team, @ $6 . 

56 feet 6-inch drain pipe, @ 15c 
1 single load sand . 
1 barrel Portland cement 

Extra work — Removed material 
above grade of finished side- 
walks: 

57 cubic yards extra excavation, 

@ 55c 31 35 



$205 43 
1,547 90 



1,646 91 
53,400 24 



Mallet Street, Florida to Adams street. Surfaced with 6-inch 
macadam, edgestones set, granite block paving laid, flag- 
ging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks furnished 
and laid. Length, 730 feet. Area, 2,115 square yards. 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 

522.775 tons stone 

693 feet 8 inches edgestones and 21 feet 1 1 inches 

circular edgestones 

150 feet North River flagging .... 

12,000 blocks 

Amount paid Timothy F. Bradley under con- 
tract: 
Removing trees, bushes, stumps, 

etc $25 00 

380 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . 228 00 
9 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 15 75 
1,439 linear feet edgestones set, @ 24c,, 345 36 



$4 07 
402 96 
836 44 

545 35 
202 50 
660 00 



Carried forward 



$614 11 $2,651 32 



152 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward S6U 11 S2,651 32 

553 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .276 50 
48 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ 50c 24 00 

1,640 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 38c 623 20 

5 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 15 00 



$1,552 81 
Less 5 per cent, retained . . 77 64 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
5,800 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid, 

@ .085c $49.3 00 

Less 15 per cent, retained . 73 95 



1,475 17 



419 05 



t,545 54 



Mapleton street, Murdock to Market street. Work unfinished. 
Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, granite 
block paving laid, vitrified brick gutters laid and crushed 
stone sidewalks laid. Length, 1,714 feet. Area,. 3,319 
square yards. 

Advertising ....".... $5 05 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 493 00 

1,557 feet 6 inches edgestones and 28 feet 3 

inches circular edgestone 1,204 84 

34,933 Mack bricks 1,170 27 

958.4975 tons stone . . . . . . 1,533 60 

Steam roller 6 50 

Amount paid to Coyle & Clark under contract: 
900 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $450 00 
2,250 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

25c 562 50 

10 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 5 00 

28 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.50 . . . 42 00 
2,400 square yards macadam sur- 
face laid, @ 20c. . . 480 00 
1,600 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 25c. . 400 00 



Carried forward .... $1,939 50- $4,413 26 



Strep]t Department 



Brought forward .... Si, 939 50 


$4,413 26 


Extra work — Omit granite 






block paving for gutters and 






substitute brick: 






720 square yards brick gutters 






laid, @ 50c. 


360 00 




Extra work — Haul bricks for 






gutters and crosswalks: 






38,297 bricks hauled, @ $2.50 . 


95 74 




Extra work — Reset edgestone 






on account of settlement 






caused by delay in receiv- 






ing stock: 






2 days, edgestone set- 






ter, @ $5 . . $10 00 






H days, rammer, @ 






$2.25 ... 3 38 






41 days, helper, @ $2 . 8 50 






1 day's labor . . 2 00 


23 88 








Plus 15 per cent, on $23.88 . 


3 58 




$2,422 70' 




Less 15 per cent, retained 


363 41 




$2,059 29 




Less amount remaining unpaid, 


569 67 


1,489 62 




$5,902 88 



Marmion street, from Cornwall street 306 feet northeasterly. 
Surfaced with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, vitrified 
brick gutters laid, brick sidewalks laid, vitrified brick 
crosswalks laid on a concrete base, with grout joints and 
granite block paving laid. Length, 315 feet. Area, 708 
square yards. 

Advertising $4 05 

Labor, inckiding engineering and inspection . 116 26 

624 feet 3 inches edgestone and 2 small corners, 453 36 

141.575 tons stone 226 52 

15,325 bricks 199 22 

11,925 Mack bricks 361 44 

Amount paid Mark H. Lynch under contract: 

491 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 60c. . . $294 60 

655 linear feet edgestone set, @ 30c., 196 50 



Carried forward $491 10 $1,360 85 



154 City Document No. 42. 

Brought fonvard $491 10 $1,360 85 

12 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 75c. ... 9 00 
12 square yards brick crosswalks 

laid, @ $1.50 . . . 18 00 

492 square yards macadam surface 

laid, @ 40c 196 80 

5 catch-basin and manhole covers 

reset, @ $3 . . . . 15 00 
Extra work — Omit granite 
block paving for gutters and 
substitute brick: 
212 square yards brick paving in 

gutters laid, @ 75c. . . 159 00 
Extra work — Omit crushed 
stone sidewalks and substi- 
tute brick: 
304 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 106 40 

Extra work — Haul crushed stone 

from Centre-street crusher 

instead of from Bleiler crusher : 

17.1 tons crushed stone hauled 1 

mile overhaul, @ lie per ^ 

mile 3 76 

Extra work — Cut sheet piling 
to sub-grade: 
4 days, labor, @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent, on $8 
Extra work — Haul surplus 
material to Child-street yard: 
1 day, double team 
I day, labor, @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent, on $1 



Meredith street, Kenneth street to Clement avenue. Surfaced 
with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, granite block dish 
gutters laid, flagging crosswalks laid, sodded loam places 
and artificial stone sidewalks laid. Length, 567 feet. 
Area, 1,386 square yards. 

Labor $178 51 

19.075 tons stone 28 68 

Amount paid Thomas F. Welch under contract: 
407 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $203 50 



8 00 
1 20 




6 00 
1 00 

15 


1,015 41 






$2,376 26 



Carried forward $203 50 $207 19 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 155 



Brought forward 

79 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

30c 

1,010 square yards 6-inch macadam 
placed, @ 25c. 
22 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. 
525 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. 
3,308 square feet sodded loam placed, 

@ 25c 

2 covers reset, @ $3 . 
Extra work — Build under- 
drains for sidewalks as directed 
3i days, mason, @ $5 . $17 50 
9i days, labor, @ $2 . 19 00 



Plus 15 per cent, on $36.50 

1 day, single team 

1 day, double team 
h\ tons crushed stone, @ $1.50 
56 feet 6-inch pipe, @ 14c, 

h, barrel cement, @ $2.50 

1 single load sand 



Less amount paid in 1906 



$203 50 


23 


70 


252 


50 


16 


50 


262 


50 


827 


00 


6 


00 



$207 19 



.50 


- 36 50 

5 48 




3 00 




5 00 


1.50 


7 88 




7 84 




1 25 




1 00 



$1,659 65 
. 490 45 



Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
5,615 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid, @ 21c. 



1,169 20 



1,179 15 
52,555 54 



Milwood street, Adams to Milton street. Surfaced with 6-inch 
macadam, edgestones set, granite block paving laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid, loam furnished and placed and 
artificial stone sidewalks laid. Length, 755 feet. Area, 
2,184 square yards. 
Labor, including engineering and inspection . $123 87 

116.76 tons stone dust 233 52 

Steam roller 39 00 

Teaming 4 49 

Amount paid Daniel E. Lynch under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc $50 00 

470 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . 235 00 



Carried forward 



$285 00 



$400 88 



156 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $285 00 

8 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 14 00 
1,632 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

25c. . . . . . . 408 00 

1,646 square yards 6-inch macadam 

laid, @ 25c 411 50 

35 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 70c. . . 24 50 
564 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 282 00 
304 square yards loam furnished 

and placed, @ 50c. . . 152 00 





$1,577 00 


Less 3-| days' use of 






city steam roller, @ 






$13 . . . . $40 62 




Less 117 tons crushed 






stone dust hauled \ 






mile (delivered on 






site of work by city). 






@ lie. ... 12 


87 






^"^L 


49 








$1,523 51 


Less amount paid in 1906 . 


. 881 


87 



641 64 

Amount paid to Simpson Brothers Corporation 
under contract: 
6,673 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid, @ 20c. . . . 1,334 60 



Work unfinished. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 
420 feet 6 inches edgestone . 



Norton street, Bowdoin to Speedwell street. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 



Oakridge street, Codman to Morton street. Constructed with 
6-inch macadam, edgestones set, granite block paving laid, 



$2,377 


12 


about 444 feet. 

$60 34 
169 12 
315 38 


$544 


84 


3rk unfinished. 

$60 34 
63 78 


$124 


12 



Street Departmext — Executive Exgixeer. 157 

flagging crosswalks hauled and laid and crushed stone 
sidewalks laid. Length, 865 feet. Area, 3,275 square 
yards. 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . $387 01 

Advertising 6 07 

19,400 blocks 388 00 

1,679 feet 3 inches edgestone and 79 feet 1 inch 

circular edgestone . . . . . . 1,362 24 

1,164.95 tons stone 2,023 92 

230 feet flagging • 310 50 

Amount paid AVilliam J. Rafferty under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . . $50 00 
1,010 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 55c. . . 555 50 
53 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 92 75 
1.780 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

25c 445 00 

640 square vards granite block 

paving laid, @ 72c. . . 460 80 
2,670 square yards macadam surface 

placed, @ 35c. . . .934 50 
1,490 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 23c. . . 342 70 
6 covers of catch-basins and 

manholes reset, @ $3 . . 18 00 
Extra work — Omit brick pav- 
ing for crosswalks, and sub- 
stitute flagging. Haul flag- 
ging from South End paving 
yard : 
48 square j-ards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid, @ 

$1.20 57 60 

Extra work — Haul stone dust 
and screenings from Colum- 
bia road crusher instead of 
from Codman-street crusher: 
240 tons stone dust and screenings 
hauled from Columbia-road 
crusher instead of from Cod- 
man-street crusher, 2h miles 
overhaul, @ lie. per \ miles . 132 (JO 
Extra work — Rebuild two 
catch-basins: 
2 catch-basins rebuilt ... 25 00 



Carried forvard . . . . $3,113 85 $4,477 74 



158 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward . . . . %\ 
Extra work — Light street. 
12 days' labor, @ $2 . 
Plus 15 per cent, on $24 . 
Extra work — Excavate below 
grade and furnish filling: 
3 days' labor, @ $2 . 
Plus 15 per cent, on $6 
2 double loads gravel, @ $2 
Extra work — Haul, surplus 
filling to Willowwood street: 
68 tons surplus filling hauled to 
Willowwood street ^ mile 
haul, per | mile per ton, @ ■ 
lie 



Less 3 hours' use city steam 
roller, @ $1.62^ . 



!,113 85 

24 00 
3 60 



6 00 

90 

4 00 



t,477 74 



7 48 
5,159 83 



3,154 95 



$7,632 69 



Park View street, Hutchings to Seaver street. Work unfinished. 
Constructed with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, granite 
block paving laid and flagging crosswalks laid. Artificial 
stone sidewalks to be laid. Length, 403 feet. Area, 1,182 
square yards. 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 
743 feet 3 inches edgestone .... 

6,650 blocks 

64 feet flagging 

Amount paid to R. L. Barrett: 

171 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 58c. . . $99 18 
5 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 8 75 
810 linear feet edgestone set, @ 18c., 145 80 
270 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .135 00 
11 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 70c. 



Less 15 per cent, retained 



7 70 


$396 43 
59 46 



$58 72 
268 43 
550 01 
381 18 
86 40 



336 97 



,681 71 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 159 



$2 38 
80 10 

2 48 



1,032 


11 


950 


80 


341 


00 


126 


00 


4 


00 


2 


00 



Pequot street, Wait to Calumet street. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering expense 



Pomfret street, Maple to Corey street. Constructed with 6-inch 
macadam, edgestones set, granite block gutters laid, vitri- 
fied brick crosswalks laid on a concrete base with grout 
joints and crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 695 
feet. Area, 2,008 square yards. 

Advertising . S5 05 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 199 27 

1,404 feet 5 inches edgestohe and 37 feet 8 inches 

circular edgestone 
594.25 tons stone . 
17,050 blocks . 
5,200 vitrified bricks 
Tolls 

Incidentals 

Amount paid to Mark H. Lynch under contract: 
416 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $208 00 
6.7 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 11 73 
1,428 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

32c 456 96 

1,640 square yards 6-inch macadam 

surface placed, @ 25c. . 410 00 
485 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 242 50 
5 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 15 00 
1,013 square yards crushed stone side- 
walks laid, @ 20c. . . 202 60 
Extra work — Substitute brick 
crosswalks for flagging cross- 
walks: 
36.4 square yards brick crosswalks, 

concrete base laid, @ $1.50, 54 60 
Extra work — Haul paving 
blocks from lot on Massa- 
chusetts avenue: 
477 square yards paving blocks 

hauled, @ 75c 357 75 

Extra work — Haul surplus 
material to Mount Vernon- 
street yard: 
4 days, double team, (5), $5 . . 20 00 



1,979 14 
$4,639 37 



160 



City Document No. 42. 



Primrose street, Walter to Fairview street. Constructed with 
6-inch macadam, edgestones set, granite block paving laid, 
flagging crosswalks relaid, vitrified brick crosswalks laid 
on a concrete base with grout joints and crushed stone 
sidewalks laid. Length, 734 feet. Area, 2,120 square 
yards. 



Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 
1,301 feet 2 inches edgestone and 9 feet 6 inches 

circular edgestone 
703.75 tons stone . 
15,185 blocks 
2,200 Mack bricks 
Rebate on artificial stonewalks 
140 feet 6-inch pipe 
Incidentals .... 

Amount paid William L. Dolan, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, etc., $10 00 
1,600 cubic yards s u b-g r a d i n g 

(earth excavation), @ 50c., 800 00 
17 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @, $1.75 . 29 75 

1,530 linear feet edgestones set, 

@ 25c. ..... 382 50 

514 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 257 00 
12 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 9 00 
1,608 square yards macadam sur- 
face placed, @ 25c. . . 402 00 
875 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 20c. . 175 00 
7 covers reset, (§ $3 . . . 21 00 
Extra work — Substitute brick 
crosswalks for flagging cross- 
walks: 
16 square yards brick cross- 
walks on concrete base laid, 
@ $1.50 . . . . 24 00 

Extra work — L ay under- 
drains where requested: 
2 days, foreman, @ $5, $10 00 
■ 16 days' labor, @ %2 . 32 00 



Plus 15 per cent, on $42 
4 double loads gravel, @ 



$4 06 
112 25 

923 17 

1,126 00 

303 70 

70 40 

91 38 

14 70 

4 00 



42 


00 


6 


30 


8 


00 



Carried forward 



>,166 55 



,649 66 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 161 



Brought forward . . . . _ $2,166 55 S2,649 66 
Extra work — Haul paving 
blocks from lot on Massa- 
chusetts avenue: 
488 square vards paving blocks 

hauled, @ 75c. . . .366 00 
Extra work — Haul dust from 
Grove-street crusher instead 
of from Centre-street crusher: 
50.2 tons dust hauled more than 
2 miles and not more than 
2J miles, 2h miles, overhaul, 
per half mile, (§), lie. . . 27 61 
Extra work — Light street : 
22 davs Hghting street, @ $1 . 22 00 

2,582 16 

$5,231 82 

Queensberry street, Audubon road to Audubon road. Unfin- 
ished. Constructed with 6-inch macadam, edgestones set, 
granite block paving laid, flagging crosswalks laid, brick 
paving in gutter laid, and brick and crushed stone side- 
walks laid with loam spaces. Length, 1,769 feet. Area, 
5,113 square yards. 

$225 74 

792 80 

382 43 

• 130 00 

36 00 

45 00 

117 00 

117 79 



Labor, including engineering and inspection 
495.5 tons stone 
210.085 tons dust . 
10,000 bricks . 
1,500 vitrified bricks 
Teaming . 
Steam roller . 

Planting trees, Park Department 
Amount paid William J. Barry under contract 
Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . . $50 00 

3,571 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 



excavation), @ 30c 
3,715 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

18c 

4,232 square yards 6-inch macadam 
: surface placed, @ 24c. 
122 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 50c. 
218 square yards granite block 
paving laid, @ 40c. 

Carried forward ....$' 



1,071 30 
668 70 

1,015 68 
61 00 
87 20 

2,953 88 



,846 76 



162 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward .... $2,953 88 $1,846 76 
1,113 square yards brick paving in 

gutters laid, @ 30c. . . 333 90 
31 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 93 00 
184 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 25c 46 00 

2,733 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 15c. . 409 95 
3,043 cubic yards loam furnished 

and placed, @ $1.20 . . 3,651 60 
Extra work — Haul crushed 
stone from Columbia-road 
crusher instead of from Ken- 
ney-street ledge: 
135.35 tons crushed stone hauled 
more than 2 miles and not 
more than 2h miles, 2^ miles 
overhaul, per half mile, @ 

lie 74 44 

Extra work — Excavate slopes 

and use material to reinforce 

sidewalks: 

5i days, foreman, @ $4, $22 00 

78 days' labor, @ $2 . 156 00 

178 00 



Plus 15 per cent, on $178 . 26 70 
12 days, single team, @ $3 . 36 00 
6i days, double team, @ $5 . 30 62 

$7,834 09 
Less 13| days use of city 

steam roller, @ $13 . . 172 25 



$7,661 84 
Less amount paid in 1906, 2,457 52 



5,204 32 
$7,051 08 

Rockledge street, Lambert avenue to Thornton street. Unfin- 
ished. Constructed with 6-inch macadam, edgestone set, 
granite block paving laid, flagging crosswalks and brick 
sidewalks laid. Length, 420 feet. Area, 946 square 
yards. 

Advertising $73 28 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 248 13 
823 feet 11 inches edgestone and 39 feet ^ inch 

circular edgestone 664 62 

Carried forward $986 03 



Steeet Department — Executive Engineer. 163 



Brought forward $986 03 

231.675 tons stone . . . • . . . 370 68 

7,178 blocks 445 03 

20,100 bricks 250 90 

100 feet flagging ....... 135 00 

Steam roller 39 00 

Amount paid to Robert Eagar under contract: 
140 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $70 00 
19 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 33 25 
100 cubic yards filling furnished, 

@ 75c 75 00 

864 Hnear feet edgestone set, @ 17c,, 146 88 
319 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. . . .159 50 
17 square yards flagging crosswalks 

laid, @ 60c 10 20 

637 square yards macadam surface 

placed, @, 25c. . . . 159 25 
436 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 25c. - . . . . 109 00 
2 catch-basins and manhole covers 

reset, @ $3 . . . . 6 00 



Less 15 per cent, retained . 



Roseland street, Dorchester avenue to Samoset street. Con- 
structed with 6-inch macadam, granite block paving laid, 
edgestones set, flagging crosswalks laid, brick, crushed 
stone and artificial stone sidewalks laid with loam spaces. 
Length, 516 feet. Area, 1,512 square yards. 



$769 08 
115 36 


653 72 






$2,880 36 



Labor, including engineering and 


inspection 


$248 38 


432.625 tons stone 




692 20 


15,750 blocks . 










315 00 


Circular edgestone . 










17 16 


135 feet flagging . 










182 25 


Teaming . 










175 00 


Tolls 










4 00 


Steam roller . 










84 50 


Amount paid Daniel 


Marr & Son under con 


- 


tract: 






402 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 




excavation), 


@ 50c. 




$201 0( 


) 



Carried forward 



$201 00 $1,718 49 



164 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward S201 00 $1,718 49 

1,090 linear feet edgestone set, @ 18c., 196 20 
465 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. ... 232 50 
45 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. . . 33 75 
1,280 square yards macadam surface 

placed, @ 20c. ... 256 00 
194 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 15c. . 29 10 

29 square yards brick sidewalks 

laid, @ 35c 10 15 

6 catch-basins and manhole cov- 
ers reset, @ $3 . . . 18 00 
137 square yards loam placed and 

seeded, @ 60c. . . . 82 20 
Extra work — Rebuild tops of 
two catch-basins: 
2 catch-basin tops rebuilt as per 

agreement . . . . 12 00 
Extra work — Build post and 
rail fence on Roseland street 
and paint the same: 
Building and painting fence as 

per agreement . . . 70 00 
Extra work — Furnish stone- 
cutter: 
41 hours, stonecutter, @ 

50c. . . . S20 50 

Plus 15 per cent, on 

S20.50 ... 3 08 

23 58 



Extra work — Haul crushed 
stone from Rosseter-street 
ledge: 
9 tons crushed stone hauled from 

Rosseter-street ledge, @ lie, 99 



L,165 47 



Less 6| days use of city steam 

roller, @ $13 . . . . 81 25 



1,084 22 



Amount paid Warren Brothers Company 
under contract: 
2,213 square feet artificial stone sidewalks 

furnished and laid, @ 20c. . . 442 60 

$3,245 31 



Rosemary street, South street easterly to railroad. Con- 
'structed with 6-inch macadam, granite block paving laid. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 165 



edgestones set, flagging crosswalks and crushed stone side- 
walks laid. Length, 520 feet. Area, 1,502 square yards. 



Labor, inchiding engineering and inspection 
Amount paid James W. O'Brien under contract: 
1 tree removed . . . . $15 00 
587 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 
excavation), @ 50c. 
1,029 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

25c 

1,138 square yards 6-inch macadam 
placed @ 25c. 
11 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. 
356 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @, 50c. 
720 square yards crushed stone 
sidewalks laid, @ 20c. 



Less amount paid in 1906 



$14 50 



293 50 




257 25 




284 50 




8 25 




178 00 




144 00 




11,180 50 
943 92 


236 58 






$251 08 
18 20 




$232 88 



Credit, edgestone 



Seaver street, at northeasterly corner of Walnut avenue. Work 
not started. 

$84 93 



Labor, including engineering expense 



Samoset street, Centre street to Welles avenue. Constructed 
with 6-inch macadam, granite block paving laid, edge- 
stone set and flagging crosswalks laid. Length, 875 feet. 
Area, 2,525 square yards. Work unfinished. 

Advertising $64 07 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 284 33 

785 feet edgestone and 64 feet 7 inches circular 

edgestone 637 91 

13,100 blocks 720 50 

235 feet flagging 317 25 

Teaming 27 50 

Amount paid D. E. Coleman Company under 
contract: 

300 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 45c. . . $135 00 



Carried forward 



$135 00 $2,051 56 



166 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $135 00 $2,051 56 

1,600 linear feet edgestones set, @ 

20c 320 00 

550 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 45c. . . .247 50 

800 square yards macadam surface 

furnished and laid, @ 50c. . 400 00 

150 square yards loam furnished 

and placed, @ 50c. . . 75 00 



$1,177 50 
Less 15 per cent, retained . 176 63 



1,000 87 
$3,052 43 

South Huntington avenue, Huntington avenue to Heath street. 
Unfinished. Length, 1,148 feet. Area, 6,888 square 
yards. 

Advertising $63 79 

Labor, including engineering expense . . 511 16 

2,781 double loads filling 1,390 50 



,965 45 



Speedwell street, Topliff to Hamilton street. Constructed with 
6-inch macadam, granite block paving laid, edgestones 
set and flagging crosswalk laid and artificial stone side- 
walks laid with loam spaces. Work unfinished. Length, 
735 feet. Area, 2,129 square yards. 

Advertising 

Labor, including engineering and inspection 
1,409 feet 10 inches edgestone, 24 feet circular 

edgestone, 2 small corners 
650.405 tons stone and dust 

14,050 blocks 

121 feet 5 inches North River flagging 

Teaming 

Amount paid William Barrett under contr; 
300 cubic yards earth excavation, 

sub-grading, @ 50c. . . $150 00 
1,400 linear feet edgestone set, @ 

19c 

500 square yards granite block pav- 
ing laid, @ 50c. 
20 square yards flagging cross- 
walks laid, @ 75c. 



364 


64 


1,081 


46 


975 


61 


772 


75 


163 


91 


9 


50 



Carried forward 



act: 



266 00 

250 00 

15 00 



00 $3,434 54 



Street Department — - Executive Engineer. 167 

Brought forward $681 00 S3,434 54 

1,400 square yards macadam sm-face 

placed, @ 30c. . . .420 00 



SI, 101 00 
Less 15 per cent, retained. . 165 15 



Amount paid Warren Brothers Company 
under contract: 
3,200 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and 
laid, @ 20c. . . . $640 00 

Less 15 per cent, retained . 96 00 



935 85 



544 00 

$4,914 39 

Welles avenue, Argyle street to Dorchester avenue. Work not 
started. 

Labor, including engineering expense . . $49 75 

West Fourth street, at northwest corner Dorchester avenue. 
Work not started. 

Advertising $1 33 

Wilmot street, Ashland to Newbern street. Work not started. 
Advertising $5 60 

Williams street, Washington to Call street. Work not started. 
Advertising $1 34 

Willowwood street, Lauriat avenue to Norfolk street. Con- 
structed with 6-inch macadam, granite block paving laid, 
filling furnished, edgestones set, flagging crosswalks hauled 
and laid and crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 1,490 
feet. Area, 4,316 square yards. 

Advertising $5 97 

Labor, including engineering and inspection . 529 38 
2,359 feet 10 inches edgestone, 470 feet 2 inches 

circular edgestone and 2 small corners . . 2,383 76 

1,566.75 tons stone 2,506 SO 

530 feet North River flagging .... 702 00 

23,000 blocks 1,265 00 

Tolls 1 15 



Carried fonrard $7,394 06 



168 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward 

Amount paid Joseph J. Comfrey under contract: 
822 cubic yards sub-grading (earth 

excavation), @ 50c. . . $411 00 
58 cubic yards sub-grading (rock 

excavation), @ $1.75 . . 101 50 
199 cubic yards filhng furnished, 

@ $1.25 248 75 

2,924 linear feet edgestone set, @ 26c., 760 24 
1,045 square yards granite block 

paving laid, @ 50c. . . 522 50 
3,496 square yards macadam surface 

placed, @ 35c. . . . 1,223 60 
2,001 square yards crushed stone 

sidewalks laid, @ 23c. . . 460 23 
18 covers reset, @ $3 . . . 54 00 
Extra work — Omit brick cross- 
walks and substitute flagging 
crosswalks and haul flagging 
for same from South End 
yard: 
123 square yards flagging cross- 
walks hauled and laid, @ 



^394 06 



123 00 



Extra work — Haul crushed 
stone dust from Columbia- 
road crusher instead of from 
Codman-street crusher: 
250 tons crushed stone dust hauled 
from Columbia-road crusher 
instead of from Codman- 
street crusher, 1 mile over- 
haul, per \ mile per ton, 
@ lie 



Less 5 per cent, retained 



55 00 

5,959 82 
197 99 



3,761 83 
11,155 89 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 

Charged to Appropriation for Street Department. 

$3,572 16 

537 11 

3,180 86 



Allandale street, Centre street to Brookline line 
Atherton street, Amory street to the railroad bridge, 
Atlantic avenue, between Congress and Oliver sts., 



Carried forward 



r,290 13 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 169 



Brought forward 

Beacon street, island at intersection of Common- 
wealth avenue 

Beacon street, at bridge over B. & A. R.R. 
Bradshaw street, Gleason to Glenway street . 
Breed street, retaining wall .... 
Bromley street. Old Heath to New Heath street 
Bunker Hill street, Chelsea to Jackson street 
Cass street, Powell to Centre street 
Centre street, Willow street 200 feet beyond Beecl 

street 

Centre street, Eliot street to Seaverns avenue 
Columbia road, Blue Hill avenue to Stanwood 

street 

Columbia road, Stoughton to Hancock street 
Comins terrace, entire length from Bower street 
Crawford street, Waumbeck street to Walnut 

avenue 

Dorchester avenue, drawbridge towards Summe 

street 

East Cottage street. Pleasant street to Columbia 

road 

Edgeworth street, Bunker Hill to Ferrin street 
Ellis street, Hawthorne to Thornton street . 
Greenmount street, Dorchester avenue to Pleasant 

street 

Hano street, Braintree street to end 
Hawthorne street. Cedar to Ellis street . 
Heath street, Parker to Bromley street . 
Holborn street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue 
Jamaica street. South street to the end . 
Juniper street. Cedar to Thornton street 
L street. East First street to the bridge . 
Lambert avenue. Cedar to Kenilworth street 
Leyden street, Northwood to Breed street . 
Main street. City square to Thompson square 
Market street, Faneuil to Washington street 
Meridian street, Maverick square to Elbow street 
Meridian street, Eutaw to Condor street . 
Morton street, Canterbury to Forest Hills street 
Morton street, at Oakridge street 
Olney street, Bowdoin to Everton street 
Paris street. Brooks to Putnam street . 
Park street, Tremont to Beacon street . 

Pierce square, Dorchester 

Porter street, from Bismarck street 120 feet . 
Quincy street, Columbia road to within 100 feet o 

Blue Hill avenue 



^290 13 



Carried forward 



531 


93 


527 


41 


502 


90 


804 


50 


799 


29 


943 


24 


938 


84 


708 


88 


1,185 


98 


3,944 


11 


375 


92 


982 


05 



824 03 



1,645 26 



1,805 


50 


953 


93 


486 


06 


308 46 


1,249 


96 


571 


52 


969 


03 


1,475 


22 


875 


37 


701 


73 


1,777 


19 


857 


06 


786 


54 


5,116 


30 


2,329 


75 


365 


73 


1,112 


38 


250 


00 


1,212 


75 


4,072 


42 


1,218 


82 


954 


49 


2,642 


77 


367 


00 


5,559 


17 


$60,023 


62 



170 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward 

Saratoga street, Meridian to Shelby street 
Trenioni street, Boylston to Eliot street 
Tremont street, Corning street to the railroad 
Tremont street, at King's Chapel, artificial stone 

sidewalks 

Water street, Washington to Devonshire street 
Weston street, Cabot to Tremont street . 

Total ........ 



Charged to Special Appropriations 

Abolishment of Grade Crossings, Dudley street 
Atlantic avenue, extension .... 
Columbus avenue, asphalting .... 
Engineering Department 



. $60,023 


62 


1 ,972 


52 


945 


87 


310 


41 


445 


00 


315 


00 


549 


16 


. $64,561 


58 


$1,120 00 


290 


37 


. ' 62,808 


67 


120 


00 


^$64,339 04 



Charged to Appropriation for Street Improvements. 

Albany street, Hampden to Eustis street 
Albany street, Randolph to Bristol street 
Albany street, Randolph to Union Park street 
Almont street, from Walk Hill street 150 feet 

westerly . 

Amory street, Boylston to Atherton street . 
Arch street, Milk street to 200 feet southerly 
Arlington street, Brighton, Parsons street westerly, 
Armstrong street. Chestnut avenue to Mozart street, 
Arthur street, Hichborn street to North Beacon 

street 

Ashley street. Chestnut avenue to Armstrong street, 
Astor street, Massachusetts avenue to Hemenway 

street 

Beach street. South to Lincoln street 

Beacon street. Pumping station to the Newton line, 

Beacon street, Hereford street to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Bennington street, Prescott street to Central square, 

northerly side 

Berkeley street, Boylston to Providence street 
Berkeley street, Tremont street to Columbus avenue, 
Bicknell street, Harvard to Bradshaw street 

Carried forward $65,040 28 

1 Includes $8,924.77 paid out of appropriation for Street Improvements. 
' Includes $109.90 paid out of appropriation for Street Department. 



$23,514 25 


3,615 


72 


7,830 


80 


1,347 


40 


1,232 


41 


1,396 


25 


859 


45 


355 


19 


821 


26 


338 


73 


1,319 


45 


896 


23 


262 


39 


10,854 


08 


2,162 


00 


1,282 


00 


6,144 


19 


808 


48 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 171 



Brought forward 

Blossom street, Cambridge to Parkman street 
Blue Hill avenue, Brunswick to Devon street 
Blue Hill avenue, West Cottage to Stafford street 
Blue Hill avenue, West Cottage to Edgewood street 
Boston street, Washburn to Dorset street 
Bowdoin street, Percival street to Mount Ida road 
Boi/lston street, Berkeley to Clarendon street 

northerly side 

Brewster street, East Seventh to East Eighth street 
Brimmer street, Byron to Chestnut street 
Brookford street, Blue Hill avenue to Rand street 
Buckingham street, Columbus avenue to Dart- 
mouth street 

C street, from 1,030 feet northeasterly of West 

First street to across Fargo street 
C street. West Broadway to West Fourth street 
C street. West Fifth to across West Sixth street 
C street. West Fourth to West Fifth street . 
Canterbury street. Blue Hill avenue to Angell street 
Cedar street, Washington to Thornton street 
Centre street. Green Hill avenue to Walter street 
Centre street. Grove to Beech street 
Centre street, Paul Gore to Green street 
Centre street, Paul Gore street to Eliot square 
Church street, Adams to High street 
Coleridge street, Wordsworth to Short street 
Conway street, South to Fairview street 
Cortes street, Berkeley to Ferdinand street . 
Crawford street, Warren street to Humboldt 

avenue 

D street. West Fifth to West Seventh street 
Dorchester avenue, Ellet to Leedsville street 
Dorchester avenue, Adams to Park street 
Dorchester street. West First street to 240 feet 

northerly 

Dover street, Albany street to Harrison avenue 

E street, West Broadway to West Third street 

Eastern avenue. Commercial street to South Ferry 

East Fifth street, G to H street 

East Ninth street, I to K street 

East Sixth street, to P street, southerly side 

East Third street, Emerson to H street . 

East Third street, H to L street 

Emerson street, Dorchester to PJast Third street 

Fairfield street, Boylston street to Commonwealth 

avenue 

Fairview street, S(mth to Mendum sti'eet 

C arried forvmrd 



$65,040 28 
559 70 
300 25 
1,796 34 
2,578 84 
6,691 40 
1,519 51 

4,141 00 

40 60 

223 88 

1,217 85 

3,647 70 



3,450 

2,269 

1,121 

1,407 

336 

737 

7,569 

1,481 

1,936 

7,732 

1,133 

418 

1,326 



26 
59 
03 
61 
13 
51 
80 
02 
84 
29 
74 
66 
32 



1,609 07 

28 77 
3,096 13 
1,302 80 
1,915 22 

1,286 32 
2,275 59 

901 49 

11,655 18 

2,060 45 

2,570 42 

675 48 
2,871 22 

542 10 
1,960 70 

753 20 

4,282 05 

158,464 34 



172 City Document No. 42. 

Brought forward $158,464 34 

Fisher avenue, Parker to Hayden street . . 210 11 

Fountain street, Circuit to Regent street . . 1,427 28 

Freeport street. Linden street to railroad . . 2,799 82 

Gage street, Trask to Northampton street . . 179 45 

Geneva avenue, Bowdoin street to Columbia road, 5,449 44 

Gleason street. Harvard to Bradshaw street . . 100 00 

H street. East Sixth to East Eighth street . . 2,586 16 

Hampden street, Howard to Adams street . . 300 13 

Hampden street. Island across Albany street . 1,944 16 

Hancock street, Bowdoin street to Columbia road 2,894 68 

Hanover street, Union to across Tileston street . 38,110 07 
Hanover street, 12 feet east of Tileston across 

Charter street 1,094 50 

Hanson street, Tremont street to Shawmut avenue, 4,159 56 

Harrison avenue, Dover to Bristol street . . 1,039 56 

Harrison avenue. East Dedham to Maiden street, 1,457 28 

Harvard street, City square to Devens street . 2,422 03 

Harvard street. School to Washington street . 1,929 36 

Herrick street, Hichborn to North Beacon street . 602 45 
Hichhorn street. North Beacon to beyond Arthur 

street 1,058 49 

Howland street, Warren street to Humboldt ave- 
nue . 691 85 

Huntington avenue, West Newton to Garrison 

street, west side 4,689 77 

Isabella street, Columbus avenue to Ferdinand 

street 2,078 15 

Ivory street, Temple to Dent street . . . 1,283 68 

K street. East First to East Third street . . 24 65 

La Grange street. Centre street to the Newton line, 13,552 89 

Lamartine street, Paul Gore to Boylston street . 1,266 76 

Lambert street, Lambert avenue to Highland street, 2,384 91 

Lewis street. Marginal street to South Ferry . 757 68 

London street. Meridian to Bennington street . 494 80 
Main street, B. & M. R.R. bridge to Somerville 

line 533 44 

Market street, Brighton, Washington to North 

Beacon street 33 20 

Marlborough street. Clarendon street to within 200 

feet of Massachusetts avenue .... 4,103 90 
Mason street, from 213 feet to 449 feet south of 

West street _ . 1,502 80 

Massachusetts avenue, Albany street to Harrison 

avenue, north side 1,029 86 

Massachusetts avenue, Southampton street to rail- 
road bridge . ' 5,005 94 

Massachusetts avenue, Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue, north side 5,041 03 



C arried forward $272,704 18 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 173 



Brought forward 

Massachusetts avenue, Washington street to Shaw- 

mut avenue, north side 

Maxwell street, Dorchester, Nelson to Capen street, 
Melcher street, 484 feet northeast from Summer 

street 

Miller street, Lawrence street to Rutherford ave- 
nue 

Millmont street, Lambert avenue to Highland 

street 

Moon street, Fleet street to 106 feet southwesterly, 
Morton street, Evans street to Selden street . 
Morton street. Harvard to Canterbury street 
Morton street, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue, 
N street, East Broadway to East Second street . 
Nelson street, Evans to Selden street 
Newbury street, Arlington to Fairfield street 
North Beacon street, Cambridge to Etna street 
North square, North to Moon street 
Old road, Elmo to Glenway street .... 
Park square, Boylston to Eliot street 
Parmelee street, Massachusetts avenue to North- 
ampton street 

Parsons street, Faneuil street to the railroad 

bridge 

Pleasant street, Hancock street to East Cottage 

street 

Prescott street, Hampden to Eustis street 
Prince street, Hanover street to North square 
Quincy street, Warren street to Blue Hill avenue, 
River street, Mattapan square to Hyde Park line, 

south side 

Rochester street, Harrison avenue to Albany street, 
Rockland street, Warren to Fenno street 
Ruggles street, Cabot to Tremont street 
Ruggles street, Shawmut avenue to Cabot street, 
Ruggles street, Huntington avenue to Parker street 
Rutherford avenue, Essex to Mill street . 
Rutherford avenue, Essex to Baldwin street . 
Rutherford avenue. Mill street to Tibbetts Town 

Way 

Savin Hill avenue, Dewey street to the railroad 
School street, Waishington street to Walnut avenue 
Schuyler street, Hartwell to Maple street 
Shawmut avenue, Dover to Union Park street 
Shawmut avenue. Union Park to East Dedham 

street 

Shawmut avenue, Lenox to Sawyer street 
Smith street, Parker to Phillips street, and St 
Alphonsus street to Huntington avenue . 

Carried forward 



272,704 


18 


1,184 


44 


8 


25 


1,847 


17 


643 


38 


866 


86 


201 


48 


3,265 


53 


3,780 


42 


5,997 


47 


1,751 


89 


630 


68 


5,882 


06 


5,135 


54 


1,023 


84 


2,617 


42 


19,259 


36 



526 08 

5,926 15 

8,070 10 

1,223 11 

153 05 

2,697 10 

1,399 19 
2,846 19 
1,044 31 
1,394 70 
14,004 60 
2,502 35 
1,677 20 
1,815 35 

2,149 59 
6,344 36 
1,537 70 
184 68 
2,981 57 

1,822 17 
1,273 27 

1,985 96 
1390,358 75 



174 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought fortvard 

Southampton street, Massachusetts avenue to rail- 
road bridge 

*S^. James avenue, Berekley to Clarendon street . 
Stoughton street, Harrison avenue to Albany street, 
Sutherland road, Commonwealth to Englewood 

avenue 

Templeton street, Adams street to Dorchester ave- 
nue 

Thornton street. Guild to Cedar street 

Tibbetts Town Way, Mill street to Rutherford 

avenue 

Trask street, Harrison avenue to Parmelee street, 
Tremont street, at King's Chapel Cemetery . 
Tremont street, at Granary Burying Ground 
Trinity place, Stuart to Stanhope street 
Tupelo street, Quincy to Savin street 
Utica street. Beach to Kneeland street . 
Vernon street, Cabot to across Auburn street 
Wales street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, 
Walk Hill street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard 

street 

Waltham street, Tremont to Washington street . 
Warren street, Dudley to Moreland street 
Warren street, Copeland street to Blue Hill avenue, 
Warren street, Moreland street to Walnut avenue, 
Washington street, Armandine to Euclid street 
Washington street, Bowdoin to Eldon street . 
Washington street. Beach to Milk street 
Washington street. Milk street to near Court avenue, 
Washington street, Moultrie to Centre street . 
Washington street, St. James to across Guild street 
Washington street, Townsend to Morton street 
Water street, Devonshire to Congress street . 
Waumbeck street, Harold to Crawford street 
Waumheck street, Warren to Wabeno street . 
Webster street, McCormick square to Orleans street 
West Broadway, E to F street 
West Fifth street, A to C street 
West Third street, A to D and E to F street . 
Winter street. Church to Adams street, including 

Parish street 

Worthington street, at Normal School 

Total 

Amount included in cost for Columbus avenue 

Less amount paid out of appropriation for 
Street Department 



,358 75 

9,519 90 

203 90 

1,375 22 

4 65 



2,387 91 
572 97 

3,139 91 

1,547 00 

236 00 

1,000 00 

1,540 05 

908 89 

666 23 

7,069 09 

1,353 38 

7,032 66 
7,949 62 
2,376 60 

289 09 
2,795 87 

902 39 
27 
4,971 
7,841 
3,151 
1,702 38 
1,515 76 
3,499 98 
1,291 

195 
2,333 
5,003 
3,058 
5,997 



00 
51 
97 
08 



56 

08 
01 
15 
17 
52 



2,677 91 
501 88 

$486,998 04 
8,924 77 

S495,922 81 

13,456 91 
$482,465 90 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 175 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 



Arcadia park, Ditson to Arcadia street 
Aspinwall road, Washington street to Talbot 

avenue 

Ashland street, Mill to Everdean street . 

Avenue Louis Pasteur, Longwood avenue to the 

Fenway 

Bakersfield street, Stoughton to Willis street 
Bayswater street, Saratoga street to Austin avenue, 
Bellevue street, extended to Hamilton street 
Bennington street, Chelsea street to Belle Isle Inlet, 
Bernard street, Talbot avenue to the railroad 
Boardman street, Saratoga street to B. & M. R.R., 
Boijden street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street, 
Bradshaw street, extended to Esmond street 
Bruce street, Dracut to Wrentham street 
Causeway street, Washington street north across 

Medford street 

Clayhourne street, Bowdoin to Dakota street 
Clement avenue, Stratford to Meredith street 
Corona street, Bowdoin street to Geneva avenue . 
Cottage street, Maverick to northeasterly line of 

Gove street 

Dahlgren street, Westville to Corona street . 
Dakota street, Greenbrier street to Geneva avenue, 
Davitt street, from Savin Hill avenue 247 feet 

northeasterly 

Everdean street. Green Hill to Ashland street 
Everdean street. Green Hill to Preston street 
Fenwood road, Huntington to Brookline avenue 
Fisher avenue, Hayden street to Parker Hill 

avenue 

Fottler road. Walk Hill street to Tileston avenue 
Frankfort street, Maverick street to northeasterly 

line of Gove street 

Harlem street, Glenway to Greenwood street 

Hobson street, Faneuil to Hobart street 

Jersei/ street, Audubon road to Brookline avenue 

Kerwin street, Talbot avenue to Bernard street 

Kilton street, Harvard to Park street 

Lansdowne street, Brookline avenue to 235 feet 

west of Ipswich street 

Larchmont street, Waldeck to Greenbrier street 
Larkin street, Hampden to Adams street 
Longfellow street, Draper to Topliff street 
Lorraine street, Belgrade to Colberg avenue . 
Mallet street, Florida to Adams street . 
Maplcton street, Murdock to Market_street . 

Carried forward 



$2,681 78 

7,388 30 
108 75 

5,840 03 
7,426 81 
8,972 35 

207 59 

9,868 79 

5 06 

457 73 
2,515 77 

139 19 
1,322 09 

10,835 29 

2,794 71 

2,812 22 

67 60 

108 36 

1,407 38 

89 00 

2,296 97 

75 35 

137 31 

11,148 44 

214 50 
2,438 92 

120 81 
44 00 
7,874 37 
4,725 42 
5,143 83 
3,922 98 



7,433 
612 
250 
7,063 
3,400 
4,545 
5,902 



53 
63 
49 
81 
24 
54 
88 



[32,400 82 



176 



City Document No. 42. 



Brought forward 

Marmion street, from Cornwall street 306 feet 

northeasterly 

Meredith street, Kenneth street to Clement avenue, 
Milwood street, Adams to Milton street 
Norwood street, Tolman street, northwesterly 
Norton street, Bowdoin to Speedwell street . 
Oakridge street, Codman to Morton street 
Park View street, Hutchings to Seaver street 
Pequot street, Wait to Calumet street 
Pomfret street. Maple to Corey street 
Primrose street, Walter to Fairview street 
Queensberry street, Audubon road to Audubon road, 
Rockledge street, Lambert avenue to Thornton 

street 

Roseland street, Dorchester avenue to Samoset 

street 

Rosemary street. South street easterly to railroad, 
Samoset street. Centre street to Welles avenue 
Seaver street, at the northeasterly corner of Wal- 
nut avenue 

South Huntington avenue, Huntington avenue to 

Heath street 

Speedwell street, Topliff to Hamilton street . 
Welles avenue, Argyle street to Dorchester avenue. 
West Fourth street, at northwest corner of Dor- 
chester avenue 

Wilmot street, Ashland to Newbern street 
Williams street, Washington to Call street . 
Willowwood street, Lauriat avenue to Norfolk 
street 

Add error on Clement avenue 



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



$132,400 


82 


2,376 


26 


2,555 


54 


2,377 


12 


544 


84 


124 


12 


7,632 


69 


1,681 


71 


82 


48 


4,639 


37 


5,231 


82 


7,051 


08 


2,880 


36 


3,245 


31 


232 


88 


3,052 


43 


84 


93 


1,965 


45 


4,914 


39 


49 


75 


1 


33 


5 


06 


1 


34 


11,155 


89 


$194,286 97 


358 


87 


$194,645 84 



Year. 


1 

o 
pq 

O 


d 
o 

1 

m 
1 


d 


a 
o 

w 




u 
u 

o 
Q 


o 


u 

I 

o 



Eh 


1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 


729 
1,926 
1,957 
1,578 
1,391 
2,049 
2,078 

414 


616 
1,184 
1,121 
1,581 
1,124 
1,494 

628 
1,263 


100 

"669' 
■■256' 


' 4,627 ' 
688 

5,838 
467 

1,867 
261 
908 


614 
7,936 

990 

912 
2,677 
6,056 
4,203 

349 


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

3,912 
13,548 
15,119 

4,781 


8,882 
13,942 
3,842 
10,164 
3,661 
1,814 
2,307 
1,663 


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

'""534' 


22,118 
54,668 
21,108 
35,163 
15,883 
31,533 
24,596 
10,162 


Totals. . 


12,121 


9,011 


919 


14,646 


23,737 


90,954 


46,275 


17,568 


215,231 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 177 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Not including "323" and "393" Streets.) 
First Laying. Square Yards . 



Year. 


c 
■| 
o 

m 

O 

m 


c 

o 

o 
K 

§ 


a 



1 

u 

O 


a 
o 

i 


O 
1 


C 

(S 

1 

o 

a 


3 


a 
2 


1 

e2 


1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 


1,069 
4,617 
1,319 
1,161 
1,529 
1,186 
934 
455 


1,476 

1,142 

1,425 

635 

817 

1,980 

699 

1,157 


477 
323 


873 
100 

288 


1,583 
3,825 
342 
182 
432 
103 
278 
400 


4,033 
5,613 
2.537 

700 
1,915 
4,140 
1,758 

856 


4,999 

4,920 

1,668 

2,342 

2,136 

790 

899 

296 


2,858 
549 
190 
186 
923 
400 

328 


17,368 

21,089 

7,769 

5,206 


1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 


429 
223 


940 
202 
106 
250 


9,121 
8,801 
4,674 
3,965 


Totals. . 


12,270 


9,331 


1,452 


2,759 


7,145 


21,552 


18,050 


5,434 


77,993 



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: 





Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 

SquareYards . 


South Boston Paving District, No. 1 


414 

1,263 

908 

349 

4,781 

1,663 

250 

534 


455 


East Boston Paving District, No. 2 


1,157 


Brighton Paving District, No. 4 


250 


West Roxbury Paving District, Nos. 5 and 11 . . .. 

Dorchester Paving District, Nos. 6 and 12 

Roxbury Paving District, No. 7 


400 
856 
296 


Charlestown Paving District, No. 3 


223 


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


328 


Totals 


10,162 


3,965 





City Document No. 42. 



Loads of Snow and Street Cleanings Removed During the Past Year. 



Districts. 



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

Brighton 

Jamaica Plain . 
Dorchester. . . . 

Roxbury 

South End.... 
Back Bay .... 

North End 

West Roxbury . 
Ashmont 



Totals. 



Snow. 



Single. 



Double. 



10,007 
2,062 
4,411 



221 



112 
6,002 

678 
6,072 



29,565 



3,288 
2,467 
1,373 



367 



17,794 

426 

7,192 



32,907 



Street Cleaning. 



Single. 



6,297 

539 
1,842 
4,669 
3.374 
2,909 
5,170 
5,547 

366 
3,384 
2,673 



36,770 



Double. 



2,522 

24 
2,392 
878 
291 
485 
3,316 
453 

104 
444 



10,909 



About 70,000 cubic yards of snow removed. 

About 32,000 cubic yards of dirt and scrapings removed. 



Crushed Stone. 

Output of Stone from City Crushers and Cost of Operating. 



Crushed 
Stone. 



Tons. 



Cost of 

Operating and 

Maintenance 

for Fiscal Year. 



Cost of 

Operating and 

Maintenance 

for Calendar 

Year. 



Centre-street Crusher 

Chestnut Hill-avenue Crusher 

Codman-street Crusher 

Columbia-road Crusher. 

Dimock-street Crusher 

Rosseter-street Crusher 

Grove-street Crusher 

Bleiler Crusher 

Kenney Crusher 



1,099 

8,651 

861 

19,496 
1,779 
1,083 

11,917 



$8,605 21 

12,211 86 
4,168 20 

35,733 58 
9,336 89 
7,137 59 

20,710 80 
4,779 09 
6,725 10 



Totals. 



44,886 



$109,408 32 



$8,035 90 
17,272 39 

4,230 61 
43,143 23 
10,870 31 

8,025 41 
15,979 10 

4,458 74 

6,369 16 



$118,384 85 



Materials Purchased through Supply Department, 1907. 

1,200 No. 1 paving blocks, @ S65 . . . $78 00 

283,759 Boston blocks, @ $70 . . . . 19,863 13 



284,959 blocks 



,941 13 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 179 



13,961 gutter blocks, @ 
31,066 " @ 62 

93,924 " @ 55 



138,951 gutter blocks . 

500 paving bricks, @ $12 . 

15,000 " @ 11.50 

58,000 " @ 11 . 

1,142,850 " @ 13 , 

800 fire bricks, @ $30 . 

1,500 vitrified bricks, @ $24 . 

3,200 Barrington bricks, ^ 

25^000 Mack bricks, @ $32 

73,007 " @ 33.50 



1,319,857 bricks 



6 barrels Portland Cement, @ $2.10 

284 " " @ 1.80 

227 " " @ 2.50 

1,222 " " @ 2.25 



1,739 barrels Portland cement 

4 large corners, @ $6 

85 small corners, @ 3 . 60 . 

1,500 feet edgestone, @ 74^c. . 

4,308 feet 11 inches edgestone, @ 74c. 
11,712x5 feet edgestone, @ 70c. 
200 " @ 78c. 

14,493 feet 7 inches edgestone, @ 75c. 



32,214 feet 6 inches, 4 large corners and 85 
small corners 



26 feet circular edgestone, @ $1.50 . 
81 feet 9^ inches circular edgestone, @ $1.25 
2,407 feet 7^- inches circular edgestone, @ 1.30 



2,515 feet 5 inches circular edgestone 

1,865 feet 4 inches gran, flagging, @ 86c. 
3,231 feet 2 inches gran, flagging, @ 80c. 



$837 66 

1,926 08 

5,165 82 

$7,929 56 

$6 00 

172 50 

638 00 

14,857 05 

24 00 

36 00 

96 00 

800 00 

2,445 71 

$19,075 26 

$12 60 

511 20 

567 50 

2,749 50 

$3,840 80 



$24 00 

306 00 

1,117 50 

3,188 60 

8,198 90 

156 00 

10,870 20 



$23,861 20 

$39 00 

102 25 

3,130 04 



5,096 feet 6 inches gran, flagging 



$3,271 


29 


$1,604 
2,584 


19 
92 


$4,189 


11 



180 



City Document No. 42. 



465 tons beach gravel, @ 93c. 
3,827 " " @ 80c. 



4,292 tons beach gravel . 

85 single loads gravel, @ 30c. . 

8| double loads gravel, @ $1.55 

210 

92 

322 

550 

1,810 

1,606 

1,832 

2,258 

1,684 

1,037 

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1 1,666|^ double loads and 85 single loads gravel 



2 barrels lime, @ Sl.lO . 
2 " @ 1.25 . 

2 " @ 1.50 . 

6 barrels lime 

841 tons beach sand, @ $1.00 
811 " " @ 1.10 



1,652 tons beach sand 

30 double loads sand, @ $1.20 



207 
362 
746 
280 
3 
277 
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1.30 
1.38 
1.40 
1.50 
1.55 
1.60 
1.80 



1,985 double loads sand 



330 cubic yards filling, @ 50c. 
6,787 loads filling, @ 30c. 
2,781 " @ 50c. 

4,317 " @ 75c. 

1,451 ." @ 90c. 



$432 45 
3,061 60 

^3,494 05 

$25 50 

12 59 

105 00 

105 80 

402 50 

770 00 

2,588 30 

2,328 70 

2,748 00 

3,612 80 

2,778 60 

1,866 60 

514 00 



$17,858 


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$2 20 

2 50 

3 00 

$7 70 


$841 
892 


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$1,733 


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15,336 loads and 330 cubic yards filling 



$36 00 

269 10 

499 56 

1,044 40 

420 00 

4 65 

443 20 

144 00 

^2,860 91 

$165 00 
2,036 10 
1,390 50 
3,237 75 
1,305 90 

58,135 25 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 181 



Lumber, Etc., 1908. 



35 x\ feet cypress gutter, 


@ % 


160 






$5 69 


5 feet cypress strips, @ S55 




28 


50 fence pickets, @ S40 . 






2 00 


200 4-foot pickets, @ S35 








7 00 


62 feet furring @ S26 . 








1 61 


19,500 clear shingles, @ S4 . 








78 00 


15,000 " $4.25 








63 75 


59,000 extra clear shingles, @ $4 


50 






265 50 


8,000 extra shingles, @ $4.75 








38 00 


12 3-inch rollers, @ $1 . 10 








13 20 


40 8-foot cedar posts, @ 65c. 






26 00 


225 " " 40c. 






90 00 


50 cedar posts, @ 25c. . 






12 50 


50 sign posts, @ $1 






50 00 


24 cedar posts, @ $1.50 






36 00 


10 10-foot posts, @ 50c. 






5 00 


150 10-foot cedar posts, @ 70c. 






105 00 


173 No. 10 square posts, @ $1.75 






302 75 


15 No. 11 posts, @ $4.50 






67 50 


15 special stall posts, @ $3.75 






56 25 


105 feet fence cap, @ 2c. 






2 10 


54 " " 3c. 








1 62 


108 feet moulding, @ 2c. 








2 16 


39 " " 3Jc. 








1 37 


100 clear clapboards, @ $50 








5 00 


100 extra clapboards, @ 52 








5 20 


10 feet quarter round, @ Ic. 








10 


95 " maple, @ $60 








5 70 


382 " " 75 










28 66 


63 " oak, @ $100 










6 30 


283 " " 80 










22 64 


1,120 " " 120 










134 40 


65 " white wood, @ $50 








3 25 


209 " " 65 








13 59 


361 " " 80 








28 88 


1,013 " " 75 








75 98 


320 " " 100 








32 00 


1,229 " pine, @ $35 








43 02 


1,654 " " 38 










62 86 


4,601 " " 40 










184 04 


1,766 " " 45 










79 48 


19,292 " « 50 










964 60 


1,236 " " 55 










67 98 


2,150 " " 60 










129 00 


7,432 " " 65 










483 10 


48 " " 70 










3 36 


1,182 " " 75 










88 66 


Carried forward 


3,701 08 



182 



City Document No. 42. 



Bro light forward 

1,204 feet pine, @ 

2,002 " 

275 " 

315 " 

820 " 

175 " 

403 " 

183,592 " spruce, 

24,564 " 

38,514 " 

26,925 " 

3,831 " 

5,373 " 

1,022 " 

7,634 " 

1,000 " 

609 " 

1,271 " 



95 
100 
105 
110 
115 
125 
@ $26 

26.75 

27 

27.90 

28 

28.50 

29 

30 

35 

40 

45 



Cement. 

2 barrels cement, @ $1 29 . 
5 " " 1 15 . 

4 " " 1 30 . 

11 barrels cement . . 



1,420.75 tons stone, crushed stone and stone dust, 

50.8 
2,860.89 
1,014.365 
443.52 

24.8 
3,564.045 

50.53 
1,079.295 

268.77 
1,638.757 

43 double loads stone, crushed stone and stone dust. 



;3,701 08 

102 34 

190 20 

27 50 

33 08 

90 20 

20 13 

50 38 

4,773 40 

657 10 

1,039 89 

751 20 

107 26 

153 12 

29 64 

229 02 

35 00 

24 36 

57 24 





$12,072 14 




$2 58 




5 75 


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$13 53 


1 00... 


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1 25... 


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. 2,002 63 


1 30... 


. 1,318 67 


1 40... 


620 92 


1 45... 


35 96 


1 50... 


. 5,346 09 


1 55... 


78 32 


1 75... 


. 1,888 77 


2 00... 


537 54 


1 60... 


. 2,622 02 


§2 80. 


120 40 




$16,055 57 



Street Department -— Executive Engineer. 183 



Street Openings. 

Permits for making openings in the public streets have been 
'ssiiecl from this office during the year ending January 31, 
1908, as follows : 



Permits. 



Feet. 



American Sugar Refming Company 

American Telegraph and Telephone Company. . . . 

Auxiliaiy Fire Alarm Company 

Boston Fire Department 

Boston Lamp Department 

Boston Police Department 

Boston Sewer Department 

Boston Transit Commission 

Boston Water Department 

Boston & Albany Railroad Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad Company, 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Boston Low Tension Wire Association 

Boston Pneumatic Transit Company 

Boston Asphalt Company 

Barber Asphalt Paving Company 

Brookline, Town of 

Charles River Basin Commission 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

East Boston Gas Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Hind, Thomas J 

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company 

Massachusetts Telegraph and Telephone Company, 

Metropolitan Water and Sewer Commission 

Murtfeldt, W. A., Company 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

National Dock and Storage Company 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. . . . 

Old Colony Street Railway Company 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage Company 

Simpson Brothers Corporation 

Standard Oil Company 

United States Treasury Department 

Union Freight Railway Company 

Warren Brothers Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Miscellaneous 

Emergency Permits, Class A 

Emergency Permits returned as used 799, esti 
mated length 



Totals, 



12 

3 

29 

181 

25 

275 

1 

3,169 

2 

168 

2 

2,424 

30 

11 

2 

6 

2 

1 

138 

1,408 

290 

12 

76 

7 

5 

12 

66 

440 

1 

4 

2 

21 

42 

73 

13 

1 

6 

66 

6 

2,573 

985 



12,592 



40 

36 

180 

1,438 

3,793 

1,806 

14,335 

6 

90,498 

30 

34,344 

110 

114,351 

11,992 

108 

900 

3,100 

70 

40 

10,192 

52,175 

25,828 

705 

6,345 

655 

404 

739 

5,915 

17,740 

50 

805 

60 

2,661 

876 

16,518 

134 

10 

336 

11,801 

336 

195,677 



3,294 



630,433 



Making a total length of openings of about 119.4 miles. 



184 



City Document No. 42. 



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



Advertising by man wearing hat and coat lettered 
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 on streets 

Loading and unloading goods 

Moving buildings .... 

Pedlers, Class 1 and 2 . . . 

Painting signs or notices on obstruction 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs and lamps 

Raising and lowering safes, machinery 

Selling fruit, etc., from stands 

Selling goods from areas . 

Selling goods from doors and windows 

Special holiday permits for Old Home Week, etc 

Special permits for other business purposes . 

Extension of permits already given 



fences 



etc. 



Permits . 

28 

140 

66 

23 

3,557 

7,864 

972 

575 

29 

9 

395 

8 

2,560 

22 

436 

234 

13 

24 

649 

140 

737 



Total 18,481 



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

Grand total of permits issued .... 



12,592 
18,481 

31,073 



Bonds for Permits. 

There are on file in this office 1,421 bonds, which are guar- 
anteed by some one of the surety companies authorized to do 
business in the State of Massachusetts, not including sixty- 
one (61) twenty thousand (20,000) dollar bonds which have 
been deposited with the City Auditor. 



Coal Vaults or Areas Beneath Sidewalks. 

There have been sixteen (16) permits issued for the con- 
struction of coal vaults during the year, as per order of the 
Board of Aldermen. 

There have also been sixteen (16) permits issued for side- 
walk covers of iron, glass, etc., over areas. 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 185 



Emergency Permits. 

An improvement in the matter of emergency openings has 
been made by adopting the system of issuing a regular permit 
on receipt at this office of the coupon detached from the 
permit, which is required by regulations. Thus we have a 
record of such openings, and are able to make provisions for 
the repair of the base and paving as may be necessary. 

Notices. 

There have been ten thousand and fourteen (10,014) 
notices sent to the foremen of the department directing them 
to make repairs to defects in public streets. Also three 
thousand two hundred and ninety-seven (3,297) to depart- 
ments, corporations and private parties to make repairs in 
the streets where openings had been made and the street left in 
an unsatisfactory condition, and owners of estates where side- 
walk light covers were defective. 

Seven hundred and ninety (790) notices have been sent to 
departments and corporations where street improvements 
were about to be made. 

There have been two hundred and ten (210) notices sent to 
departments and corporations at the direction of the Chief 
Engineer of the department. 

Each morning a statement is forwarded to each district 
foreman giving the locations of all permits issued the preceding 
day in his district. 

The inspectors assigned to the various districts continue 
to make a daily report of all defects in the streets. On receipt 
of these reports the parties responsible for the defects are 
ordered to make the necessary repairs. It is the duty of the 
inspector to see that the street is repaired in a satisfactory- 
manner. 

The department is very much annoyed by contractors 
having permits to occupy sidewalks for building purposes. 
These contractors frequently leave the sidewalk in such a bad 
condition that were it not for the inspector, whose duty it is to 
follow up these contractors, the city would be at a considerable 
expense each year repairing sidewalks which had been dis- 
turbed for building operations. 

An inspector is assigned to the construction of artificial 
stone sidewalks, and another to make examination of places 
where defects have been alleged to exist and damages resulted. 

The inspectors detailed to serve with th(» different cor- 
porations making openings in the streets, send a daily report 



186 



City Document No. 42. 



to this office as heretofore. These men are paid by the cor- 
poration whose work they inspect. 

Electric Poles. 

Permits have been issued during the year for the placing of 
forty (40) new poles as per plans on file in this office, and in 
accordance with orders of the Board of Aldermen. 

Permits have been issued for the resetting of six hundred and 
seventy-nine (679) poles which were defective or dangerous. 

Permits have been issued for the removal of four hundred 
and eighty-two (482) poles as per order of the Board of Alder- 
men and Wire Commissioner. 



Plans. 

Plans of electric poles, locations of electric conduits, gas 
mains, railway tracks and a large number of miscellaneous 
matters, such as steam pipes, areas, etc., are kept on file, 
and properly booked and indexed. 



Street numbering plans 
Elevated structural plans 
Miscellaneous plans 
Bridge grades 
Track plans 
Conduit plans 
Pole plans . 

Total plans on file 



1,475 

108 

471 

10 

1,897 

3,563 

4,996 

12,520 



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164 
192 
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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 ofhce built by the city on land containing 12,017 
square feet, rented from William H. Hart. 

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

East Boston. 

Chelsea street, Nos. 492 and 494, wharf property containing 
118,584 square feet (L 3,117), purchased in 1897 from Francis 
S. Lally. This property is at present not in use. 

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

Charlestown. 

Medford street, foot of Elm street, wharf property containing 
44,194 square feet (Sur. Prog. 968), 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 569,776 square 
feet (L 1,630), 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. 

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

Morton street, near Canterbury street, lot of land containing 
14,484 square feet, owned by the city and used for storage pur- 
poses. 

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



226 City Document No. 42. 

Centre 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 are stone crusher, shed and 
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 be- 
longed 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 — 111,423 
square feet additional bought in 1907 by the city. 

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. 

Roxhury. 

Highland street, lot of land containing about 72,000 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. Not 
in use. 

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

South End. 

Albany street, opposite Sharon street, wharf lot containing 
89,224 square feet. Upon this lot are stables, office, blacksmith 
and carpenter shops. Wharf lot adjoining above, containing 



Street Department — Executive Engineer. 227 

39,511 square feet, used for storage purposes. Both these 
wharves are owned by the city. 

Massachusetts avenue, near Magazine street, lot of land con- 
taining 317,322 square feet, rented from the City Land Com- 
pany 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 End. 

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

Atlantic avenue, opposite Oliver street, wharf lot containing 
21,054 square feet, placed in charge of the 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, 



228 City Document No. 42. 



APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
FERRY DIVISION. 



Boston, February 1, 1908. 

Mr. William Jackson, 

Acting 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, 1908. This report covers 
the entire year, although I did not take charge of the division 
until January 20, 1908. 

While the expenditures for this year show an increase of 
$28,893.99 over last year, this amount can readily be accounted 
for by the following extraordinary items, amounting to over 
S40,000: 

Item 1. An increase of $9,000 in wages for an extra crew 
going on July 12, 1907, on account of the one day off in seven 
law; putting on another boat at the South Ferry, November 
15, 1907; increase of firemen's wages, and increasing the 
wages of all men receiving $2 per day to $2.25. 

Item 2. — ■ The expenditure of $19,498.31 for building new 
piers at South Ferry, Boston side, and repairs to other piers 
should properly have been charged to a special appropriation. 
This work, and especially the new piers at South Ferry, were 
absolutely necessary, as it was dangerous to run the boats. 

Item 3. — There was also charged to our regular appropria- 
tion the sum of $3,661.69 which was paid to complete the 
new coal pocket at North Ferry, East Boston side; this also 
should certainly have come out of a special appropriation. 

Itein 4. — Extraordinary repairs were made to the ferry- 
boat ''Noddle Island," her deck was cut down so she would 
fit the drops and her machinery and hull entirely overhauled, 
entailing an expense of about $6,000. 

Item 5. — Other extraordinary expenses were that of 
repairing damage done ferryboat "General Hancock" by 
collision with another vessel in the harbor, amounting to 
$1,140.56, and for which accident the United States Steam- 
boat Inspectors reported that we were not liable for; repairs 



Street Department — - Ferry Division. 229 

to the machinery of the ferryboat ''General Sumner," 
amounting to over 11,300, and the rebuilding of a new paddle 
wheel on ferryboat "Hugh O'Brien" at a cost of about $1,000. 

My recommendations for the coming year are as follows: 
The south pier, Boston side. North Ferry, should be rebuilt, 
and the piers at South Ferry, East Boston side, repaired, 
both items of which will cost about .$12,000. Also, as the 
ferry-boat ' 'Revere" is now thirty-three years old, a new side- 
wheel boat should be built in its place, as it is now only by 
good care that we can run her at all, she practically having 
outlived her usefulness. 

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, one new modern coal-pocket, 
three new piers which form the two slips, two drops and 
tanks, one 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 coal-pocket (new), three piers 
which form the two slips, and two drops and tanks. 

The following steam ferryboats are in commission : 

Name. When Built. Kind. Length. 

Revere 1875 Side-wheel. 148 ft. 

D. D. Kelly 1879 " 148 " 

Hugh O'Brien 1883 " 163 " 

General Hancock 1887 " 148 " 

Noddle Island 1899 Propeller. 164 " 3 in. 

Governor Russell 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

General Sumner 1900 " 164 " 3 " 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. P. Chkistiernin, 

Deputy Superintendcnl. 



230 City Document No. 42. 

STREET DEPARTMENT, FERRY DIVISION. 

Consolidated Financial Statement for the Year ending 
January 31, 1908. 

1 . Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . $105,664 55 

Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year, 200 00 



$105,864 55 
Cash paid over to City Collector . . . 105,664 55 



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

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (loans), $15 60 
Received from City Treasurer by transfer . 44,357 82 
Received from City Treasurer, annual appro- 
priation for this division for 1907-08 . . 250,000 00 



Total appropriations of all kinds . . $294,373 42 
Total expenditure of all kinds . . . 294,357 82 



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

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) . . . $105,664 55 

Ordinary expenses ...... $294,357 82 

Interest on ferry debt 18,075 00 



$312,432 82 



Depreciation of boats . . . $12,560 80 
Depreciation of machinery and 

tools ... . . . . 615 19 

Depreciation of buildings \real 

, estate) 20,000 00 

33,175 99 

$345,608 81 
Increase of stock of supplies .... 14,675 46 



Net outgo for the year .... $330,933 35 

Net loss for the year . . . . . $225,268 80 

1 On basis of Assessors' (S578,400) valuation. 



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235 



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





January 31, 
1904. 


January 31, 
1905. 


January 31, 
1906. 


January 31, 
1907. 


January 31, 
1908. 


Assets. 
Cash in hands of tollmen, 


S600 GO 


$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 

4,295 14 

15 60 

573,400 00 
25,000 00 

209,346 74 
6,151 95 


$200 00 


Fuel and supplies on 
hand . . 


9,793 00 

15 60 

577,400 00 


18,970 60 

15 60 

578,400 00 


City Treasurer (balance 
of appropriations) .... 

Real estate and buildings 

(Assessors' valuations) 

^ New buildings 


Ferryboats (less depre- 


252,047 65 
7,595 00 


236,924 79 
7,595 00 


222,709 30 
6,835 50 


196,785 94 
5,536 76 


Machinery and tools .... 


Total tangible assets . . 

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


$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 
2,823,306 28 


$799,908 90 

315,815 68 
3,048,925 08 


Deficiency of assets (loss) 


Totals 


$3,473,101 89 


$3,571,949 14 


$3,779,106 32 


$3,957,531 39 


$4,164,649 66 


Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City 
of Boston to date 

Appropriations account 
(credit balances) 


$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 


$4,164,634 06 
15 60 


Total liabilities 


$3,473,101 89 


$3,571,949 14 $3,779,106 32 


$3,957,531 39 


$4,164,649 66 













Details of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to 
date, per ferry books . . 


$8,977,252 87 


$9,252,299 07 


$9,542,934 34 


$9,849,968 17 


$10,162,790 17 


Interest on debt for the 
year (per City Auditor) 


16,920 00 


16,920 00 


16,920 00 


18,114 18 


18,075 00 


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


279,148 85 


279,148 85 


279,148 85 


279,148 85 


279,148 85 




Total expenditures . . . 


'$9,273,321 72 


'$9,548,367 92 


'$9,839,003 19 


'$10,147,231 20 


'$10,460,014 02 


Deduct total receipts 
paid to Collector 


15,800,235 43 


'5,976,434 38 


'6,084,912 47 


'6,189,715 41 


'6,295,379 96 


Excess of expenditure, 
viz., capital invested 
by city 












$3,473,086 29 


$3,571,933 54 


$3,754,090 72 


$3,957,515 79 


$4,164,634 06 





' Auditor's ficures for total expenditures and receii)ts 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 ■•, under Table 4. 

3 Included in real estate and building.s by Assessors. 



236 City Document No. 42. 



7. Total Expenditures upon Ferries since 1858=59. 

Expenditures 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 

^ Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870, 618,070 58 

^ Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc 555,523 64 

^ Expenditures for tools and fixtures . . 14,752 46 

Expenditures for land from Lincoln's wharf in 

1887 5,562 52 

Expenditures for land from Battery wharf in 

1893 10,000 00 



Total expenditures on capital account . $1,924,385 50 

^ Expenditures for repairs of all kinds . . 898,115 92 

1 Expenditures for fuel 1,364,524 88 

^ Expenditures for salaries and wages . . 4,707,081 33 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,626,184 95 



$10,520,292 58 



Total Receipts from Ferries since 1858=59. 

Receipts from rents, etc., previous to purchase 

of ferries . . $29,588 56 

^ Receipts from ferry tolls since purchase of 

ferries 6,070,984 92 

^ Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries . 61,833 79 

^ Receipts from sales of ferryboats . . . 147,331 21 

^ Receipts from all other sources per ferry books, 15,567 22 
Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

Auditor 30,690 00 



Less rejected money destroyed . $104 18 

Less amount counted twice . 33 00 

Less amount in hands of tollmen, 200 00 



,355,995 70 



337 18 



Total per Auditor's figures .... $6,355,658 52 



^ According to books of the Ferry Division. 
2 See foot note §, under table 4. 



Steeet Department — Ferry Division. 



237 



Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appropriations 
(Extraordinary) op the Ferry Division of the Street 
Department for the Year Ending January 31, 1908. 

Appropriation for the year ending January 31, 

1908 $250,000 00 

Received by transfer 44,357 82 



Total amount 
Amount of expenditures 



$294,357 82 



,357 82 



Special Appropriations. 

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

Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to Feb- 
ruary 1, 1908 

Unexpended balance of appropriation January 
31, 1908 . 



$100,000 00 
99,984 40 



$15 60 



Statements Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Total. 


East Boston side 

Boston side 


$17,320 91 
19,027 41 


$10,300 50 
6,427 00 


$27,621 41 
25,454 41 








$36,348 32 


$16,727 50 


$53,075 82 



From tollmen . . . . 

From gatemen: 

For 76,356 foot passengers, at 
1 cent 

For cash fares for teams . 



Total at North Ferry 



$763 56 
7,037 72 



$53,075 82 



7,801 28 
,877 10 



238 



City Document No. 42. 

South Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Total. 


East Boston side 

Boston side 


$12,351 64 
12,511 47 


$3,796 00 
5,969 00 


$16,147 64 
18,480 47 






$24,863 11 


$9,765 00 


$34,628 11 



From tollmen . . 

From gatemen: 

For 69,116 foot passengers at 
1 cent 

For cash fares for teams . 



16 
6,798 62 



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, 1907 

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

Total cash receipts, as above 



,628 11 



7,489 78 
,117 89 



$102,994 99 

487 50 

943 70 

1 00 

,427 19 
409 00 
828 36 



$105,664 55 



Statement Showing the Difference of Travel on the 
Ferries from February 1, 1907, to February 1, 1908. 



Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 
Foot passengers by ticket . 
Foot passengers free 

Total foot passengers . 

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 



North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


3,711,188 
54,952 
32,675 


2,555,427 

31,534 

3,387 


3,798,815 


2,590,348 


357,906 

136,994 

4,805 

6,907 


250,838 

101,917 

3,286 

9,990 


17,677 
4,168 

: 11 


8,704 

1,083 

12 


5,246 


635 


533,714 


376,465 



Street Department — ■ Ferry Division. 



239 



Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 1903, to 
February 1, 1908. 





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621,329 

252,048 

8,244 

12,995 

19,594 

6,847 

11 

13,213,559 


650,687 

254,726 

9,605 

12,931 

19,968 

4,560 

32 

13,200,033 


626,518 

225,361 

9,169 

11,678 

21,728 

4,518 

88 

6,708,152 


786,685 

225,024 

10,409 

11,547 

18,571 

4,936 

41 

6,292,393 


608,744 




238,911 




8,091 




16,897 


Two-horse carriages and hacks, 
Two-cent tolls for handcarts, 


26,381 
5,251 




23 




6,353,101 







Ticket Statement for the Year 1907-08. 





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220,773 


57,870 


37,000 


315,643 


86,486 


229,157 


One-horse team tickets 


88,501 


335,392 


1,338 


425,231 


335,269 


89,962 


Two-horse team tickets 


55,052 


214,192 


1,824 


271,068 


213,603 


57,465 


Three-horse team tickets .... 


5,760 


6,570 




12,330 


6,547 


5,783 


Four-horse team tickets 


7,394 


16,-300 


100 


23,694 


15,710 


7,984 


One-horse carriage tickets .... 


22,782 


14,460 


40 


37,282 


14,543 


22,739 


Two-horse carriage tickets . . . 


2,584 


9,000 




11,584 


9,107 


2,477 



240 City Document No. 42. 



APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE CITY ENGINEER ON SPECIAL 

WORK. 



City of Boston, Engineering Department, 

50 City Hall, February 1, 1908. 

William Jackson, Esq., 

Acting Superintendent of Streets: 

Sir, — I herewith transmit the following report on the work 
done for the Street Department during the year ending Jan- 
uary 31, 1908: 

East Boston Ferries — South Ferry, Boston Side. 

A contract was made January 4, 1907, with George T. 
Rendle for rebuilding the middle and south piers. Work was 
commenced January 18, and completed October 31, the work 
not being pursued continuously. During part of the work or 
the middle pier the ferryboats were diverted from this landing. 
The cost of the contract work was -116,031.02. 

Assessment Streets. 

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

Ashland street, Mill street to Everdean street. 

Athelwold street, Kilton street 101 feet easterly. 

Bayswater street, Saratoga street to the east line of Austin 

avenue. 
Bellevue street, Hamilton street to Kane street. 
Boyden street, Lauriat avenue to Callender street. 
Bruce street, Dracut street to Wrentham street. 
Causeway street, Medford street to Charlestown bridge. 
Clayhourne street, Dakota street to Bowdoin street. 
Cottage street, Maverick street, across Gove street. 
Dahlgren street, Westville street to Corona street. 
Davitt street. Savin Hill avenue, northeasterly 247 feet. 
Everdean street, Ashland street to Green Hill street. 



Street Department. 241 

Everdean street, Green Hill street to Preston street. 
Fenwood road, Brookline avenue to Huntington avenue. 
Fisher avenue, Parker Hill avenue to Hayden street. 
Fattier road, Walk Hill street, northeasterly 267 feet. 
Frankfort street, Maverick street across Gove street. 
Hobson street, Faneuil street to Hobart street. 
Kerwin street, Talbot avenue to Bernard street. 
Kilton street, Harvard street to Park street. 
Lansdowne street, Ipswich street to Brookline avenue. 
Larchmont street, Waldeck street to Greenbrier street. 
Mallet street, Florida street to Adams street. 
Ma-pleton street, Murdock street to Market street. 
Marmion street, Cornwall street, northeasterly 306 feet. 
Norton street, Bowdoin street to Speedwell street. 
Norwood street, Tolman street, northwesterly 444 feet. 
Oakridge street, Codman street to Morton street. 
Park Vietv street, Seaver street to Hutchings street. 
Samoset street. Centre street to Welles avenue. 
South Huntington avenue, Huntington avenue to Heath street. 
Speedwell street, Topliff street to Hamilton street. 
Willowwood street, Lauriat avenue to Norfolk street. 

Sui'veys have been made, levels taken and preliminary 
plans prepared for the following assessment streets : 

Avenue Louis Pasteur, Longwood avenue to the Fenway. 
Corona street, Bowdoin street to Geneva avenue. 
Dakota street, Greenbrier street to Geneva avenue. 
Harlem street, Glenway street to Greenwood street. 
Larkin street, Hampden street to Adams street. 
Pequot street. Wait street to Calumet street. 
Seaver street, at northeasterly corner of Walnut avenue. 
Wilmot street, Ashland street to Newbern street. 

Plans and Specifications for Repaving Streets. 

Preliminary surveys were made, working plans and specifi- 
cations were prepared and forwarded to the Street Department 
for repaving the following streets : 

A street, Melcher street to 175 feet south of Binford street. 
Beacon street, Hereford street to Massachusetts avenue. 
Boylston street (northerly side), Berkeley street to Clarendon 

street. 
Church street, Boylston street to Providence street. 
Congress street, Exchange place, across Water street. 
Cooper street, Washington street north to Endicott street. 
Devonshire street, south side of Water street, 152 feet northerly. 
Dorchester street. First street, 240 feet northerly. 
Eliot street, Tremont street to Pleasant street. 
Gage street, Northampton street to Trask street. 



242 City Document No. 42. 

Hanover street, Tileston street to Charter street. 

Huntington avenue (west side), Garrison street to West Newton 

street. 
India street, India square to Wharf street. 
Lawn street. Heath street to another part of Heath street. 
Mason street, 213 feet south of West street to 448 feet south of 

West street. 
Massachusetts avenue (northerly roadway), Columbus avenue to 

Tremont street. 
Melcher street. Summer street, 484 feet southeasterly. 
Park square, Boylston street across Eliot street. 
Parmelee street, Northampton street to Massachusetts avenue.* 
Providence street, west side of Church street, 170 feet easterly. 
Rochester street, Harrison avenue to Albany street. 
Ruggles street, Cabot street to Shawmut avenue. 
Summer street, Washington street to Hawley street. 
Tibbets Town way. Mill street to Rutherford avenue. 
Trask street, Parmelee street to Harrison avenue. 
Trinity place (in part), Stuart street to Stanhope street. 
Vernon street, Cabot street across Auburn street. 
Washington street. Milk street to Court avenue. 
Washington street, Moultrie street to Talbot avenue. 
Water street, Devonshire street to Congress street. 
West street, Tremont street to Washington street. 

Miscellaneous. 

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

Corning street, Washington street to Shawmut avenue. 
Norfolk street, Wentworth street, 130 feet easterly. 
Winter street, Tremont street to Washington street. 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Plans and specifications were prepared and forwarded to 
the Street Department for constructing the following artificial 
stone sidewalks : 

Aspinwall road, Washington street to Talbot avenue. 
Claybourne street, Dakota street to Bowdoin street. 
Clement avenue, Meredith street to Stratford street. 
Kerwin street, Talbot avenue to Bernard street. 
Larchmont street, Waldeck street to Greenbrier street. 
Longfellow street, Topliff street to Draper street. 
Mallet street, Florida street to Adams street. 
Roseland street, Dorchester avenue to Samoset street. 
Samoset street. Centre street to Welles avenue. 
Speedwell street, Topliff street to Hamilton street. 



Street Department. 243 



Grading Street Railway Tracks. 

The necessaiy surveys have been made and grades for sur- 
face tracks have been determined in the following streets : 

Boston Elevated Street Railway Company. 

Albany street, at Boston Elevated Central Power Station. 
Causeway street, Medford street to Charlestown bridge. 
Congress street, Exchange place, across Water street. 
Mystic avenue. Main street to the Somerville line. 
Park square, Boylston across Eliot street. 
Providence street. Church street to Columbus avenue. 
South Huntington avenue, Huntington avenue to Heath street. 
State street, Devonshire street to Congress street. 
Summer street, Washington street to Hawley street. 
Washington street, Milk street to Court avenue. 
Washington street, Moultrie street to Talbot avenue. 
Water street, Devonshire street to Congress street. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 

Northern avenue and Sleeper street. 
West First street, at Granite street. 

Union Freight Railroad. 

Causeway street, Medford street to Charlestown bridge. 
Northern avenue, Atlantic avenue to the bridge. 
Total length of single track = 2.13 miles. 

Beacon street, a plan was made showing position, dimensions 
and grades for a platform landing at the junction of Beacon 
street and Commonwealth avenue to be used by patrons of the 
street railway. 

Beacon street, plans and specifications were prepared for a 
retaining wall to support sidewalk at the westerly end of the 
northwesterly wing wall of the Boston & Albany bridge 
abutment. 

Boylston street, a study was made of the proposed widening 
of the northerly sidewalk between Washington street and 
Tremont street. 

Florence street, Blakemore street to Sherwood street, plans 
and specifications were made for a retaining wall. 

Harvard street (Dorchester), a plan and specifications were 
prepared for building wood fence with iron supports on the 
southerly wing wall of easterly abutment of Harvard-street 
bridge. 

Worthington street, at Patrick A. Collins School, plans antl 
specifications were made for grading roadwa}^, paving gutters 
and sidewalk, setting edgestones and constructing planting 
spaces. 



244 City Document No. 42. 

■ Preliminary estimates have been made of the cost of 
repaying 21 streets and for constructing 12 streets. 

The street book giving lengths and areas of pavements in 
accepted streets and public alleys has been corrected to Feb- 
ruary 1, 1907, and is now being brought up to February 1, 
1908. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William Jackson, 

City Engineer. 



Street Department. 



245 



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, 
James J. Flynn, 
Charles Harris, 
Michael Meehan, 
John W. McDonald, 
J. Edwin Jones, 



1825 to 
1831 to 
1846 to 
1853 to 
1864 to 



1884 to 
1886 to 
1889 to 



1831 
1846 
1853 
1864 

1883 
1883 
1883 
1884 
1886 
1889 
1891 



Paving Department before 1891 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Quarterly report 




1851 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 


6 


a 




29 


Annual report 


1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 
1859 
1860 
1861 
1862 
1863 
1864 
1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 


2 
6 


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City Document No. 42. 



Paving Department before 1891, — Concluded. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Annual report 


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 


a 


16 


II 


21 


11 


25 


,« 


27 


II 


30 


11 


38 


II 


29 


11 


24 


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24 


a 


48 


It 


51 


11 


47 


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46 


11 


97 


II 


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23 


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19 


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

Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name. 


Year. 


Board of Ferry Directors 

William J. Burke, Superintendent 

Thomas Kellough 


1870 1891 
1891 May 1, 1895 
May 1, 1895 July 1, 1895 



Ferry Department before 1895. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Annual report 


1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 


1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 


41 
55 




81 




42 




65 




51 




53 




49 




60 




74 







Street Department. 



247 



Ferry Department before 1895. — Concluded. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number of 
Document. 


Annual report 


1880 

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


1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 


77 
72 




93 




76 




72 




28 




12 




10 




3 




4* 




* 




12 




11 




11 




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 S, 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 Janary 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 26, 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, Atting Superintendent from January 2, 1906, to February 28, 1906. 

James H. Doyle, Superintendent from March 1, 1906, to January 6, 1908. 
Resigned January 6, 1908. 

William Jackson, Acting Superintendent from January 6, 1908, to the present time. 

James H. Sullivan, Executive Engineer in charge of the department, from January 6, 
1908, to the present time. 



248 



City Document No. 42. 



Ferry Division. — Thomas Kellough, Deputy Superintendent from July 1, 1895, to 

February I4, 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. 

Ferry Division. — Joseph F. Low, Acting Deputy Superintendent from February 

1, 1906, to May 13, 1906. 

Ferry Division. — John J. Douglass, Deputy Superintendent from May I4, 1906, 
to March 8, 1907. 

Ferry Division. — Henry P. Christiernin, Deputy Superintendent from January 20, 
1908, 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, 
1896, 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 December 

2, 1905, to February 28, 1906. 



Street Department. 



Name of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Year 
Published. 


Number 01 
Document. 


Annual report, Execut 


ive Dept. Part II 

( . (t 


1891 
1892 


1892 
1893 


36 
34 


a 


t It 


1893 


1894 


34 


u 


t It 


1894 


1895 


34 


" 


1 It 


1895 


1896 


29 


« 


I It 


1896 


1897 


29 . 


It 


1 It 


1897 


1898 


34 


11 


i It 


1898 


1899 


35 


" 


t It 


1899 


1900 


38 


" 


' " 


1900 


1901 


38 


If 


i It 


1901 


1902 


38 


u 


I It 


1902 


1903 


40 


" 


1 11 


1903 


1904 


40 


11 


1 It 


1904 


1905 


40 


u 


1 11 


1905 


1906 


40 


u 


1 It 


1906 


1907 


42 


U (f it 


1907 


1908 


42 



Street Department. 



249 



Comparative Table showing the Number of Employees 
February 1, 1907, and February 1, 1908. 



Paving. 



Ferry. 



Total. 



February 1, 1907 , 
February 1, 1908 



919 

■885 



164 
183 



1,083 
1,068 



' Average number of regular men each week. . . . 
Average number of temporary men each week . 



Total . 



•2 Average number of regular men each week. . . . 
Average number of temporary men each week. 

Total 



.921 
. 38 

■ 959 

.172 

. 8 

.180