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ANNUAL REPORT 



Street Department 



YEAR 1910 



Compliments of . . . 

L. K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets. 
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CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPARTMENT 

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ANNUAL REPORT 



Street Department 



YEAR 1910 




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CITY OF BOSTON 

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CONTENTS. 



Part I. 
EEPOET OF THE SUPEEINTENDENT OF STEEETS. 



PAGE 

Appropriations 2 

Areas of pavements 12 

Changes in pavements 13 

Contracts, hired teams 
(between pages 10, 11). 

Districts, description of 16 

Expenditures : 

Bridge specials 9 

Highways, making of 9 

Maintenance 9 

Paving specials 9 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 9 

Sewerage works 9 

Recapitulation 9 

Comparative table, main- 
tenance (between pages 10, 11). 

Financial statement 10 



PAGE 

General review 3 

Length of pavements 14 

Organization 1 

Permits 5 

Permits, schedule of prices. . 6 

Permits, income from 7 

Rainfall 11 

Snow, summary of volume 
and cost of (between pages 
10, 11). 

Snowfall 11 

Street mileage 15 

Work done: 

Ferry Division 3 

Highway Division 4 

Lamp Division 4 

Sanitary Division 4 

Sewer Division 4 



Part II. — Appendix A. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE FERRY DIVISION. 

(Page 21.) 



PAGE 

Contracts ? : 35, 

Difference in travel between 

ferries 33 

Expenditures and receipts 

since 1858 30 

Ferryboats ,>..... 23 

Financial statement... 21 

Appropriations, operations, 

receipts and expenditures, 24 

Balance sheet 25 

Comparative balance sheet 

(5 years) 29 



Comparison of appropria- 
tionjs, receipts and expend- 
iture (S.vears). 2G 

Receipts .at each ferry 31 

E.ecommendations 21 

Property in charge of divi- 
sion... t . . '*. ..:..: 22 

Ticket statement.; . ... 33 

Total travel between ferries. . 34 

Work done 22 



IV 



Contents. 
Appendix B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Bridge Section.) 
(Page 36.) 



PAGE 

Appropriations (special) .... 47 

Bridges rebuilt 39 

Drawbridges repaired 40 

Drawtender's report 58 

Expenditures 44 

Financial statement 44 

General review 39 

Income 48 

Inland bridges repaired 42 

List of bridges : 

In charge of Highway 

Division, Bridge Service, 48 
In charge of Highway 
Division, Bridge Service* 
and Park Department. . 49 
In charge of Park Depart- 
ment 50 

In charge of Public 

Grounds Department. . 50 
Maintained by Charles 
River Basin Commis- 
sion 52 



Maintained by Metropol- 
itan Park Commission . . 52 
Maintained by railroad 

corporations 52 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the part within its 

limits 50 

Of which Boston pays a 
part «j the cost of main- 
taining 50 

Of which Boston main- 
tains the wearing surface, 51 
Recapitulation of bridges. . 53 
Property in charge of divi- 
sion 54 

Signals 64 

Small bridges or culverts ... 55 

Recommendations 40 

Rules governing opening of 

bridges 59 

Tidewater bridges repaired . . 41 
Width of bridge openings ... 56 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 

(Paving Section.) 
•. : ; -; ; / ./(Page '()6. )\';"\\ : : 

PAGE 

Asphalting, Sicilian rock. . . . 229 
Asphalting, Sicilian rock, 

summary :;.•.., 234 

Xsphaltlng^ Seysffel rock .... 235 

Asphalting, Bermudez 236 

Asphalting, Acme 237 





'FAGE' 


Areas and coal vaults > 


.201. 


Artificial stone sidewalks) 




condition of 


,203. 


Asphalting, Trinidad Lake. ,'* 


'21-7 


Asphalting, Trinidad-' Lake,' 




summary 


228 



Contents. 



PAGE 

Asphalting, American rock. . 238 

Asphalting, Limmer rock . . . 238 

Asphalts, summary of 239 

Asphalt, cost of patching, 
ten years: 

Trinidad Lake 206 

Sicilian rock 213 

Seyssel rock 216 

Other asphalts 216 

Assessment streets, work 

done on 70 

Bitulithic pavement : 

Streets paved with 240 

Summary of 243 

Bonds for permits 203 

Brick block pavement 247 

Cement pavement 247 

Claims 201 

Contracts : 

Artificial stone sidewalks, 257 

Asphalt 253 

Brick block 251 

Macadam 255 

Paving and regulating. . . . 263 

Wood block 250 

Miscellaneous 264 

Contracts in force made in 

previous years 269 

Crusher plants 37 

Dirt and street cleanings 

removed 197 

Electric light poles 202 

Expenditures, detail of: 

Highways, making of 84 

Hyde Park avenue: 84 

Old Colony avenue 84 

Street improvements 84 

Expenditures, objects of . . . . 86 

Financial statement 83 

General review 36 

Income 85 

Macadam streets, mainte- 
nance of 195 

Manholes and covers 201 

New brick sidewalks 196 

New edgestones 196 

New edgestones by districts. . 197 



PAGE 

Notices 202 

Personal property 38 

Plans 202 

Property in charge of divi- 
sion 203 

Recommendations 36 

Sidewalks 37 

Sidewalk defects 200 

Snow and ice 198 

Steam rollers 38 

Street numbering 201 

Street openings 199 

Streets : 

Paved with granite blocks 
on concrete or gravel 

base 66 

Paved with asphalt on con- 
crete base 67 

Paved with wood blocks 

on concrete base 68 

Paved with brick blocks 

on concrete base 69 

Summary of all smooth 

pavements 249 

Wood blocks: 

Streets paved with 244 

Summary of 246 

Work done: 

By contract, summary 82 

By day labor, summary . . 83 

By department force, 
detail of (between pages 
186, 187). 
Charged to highways, 

making of 137 

Charged to highways, 
making of, recapitula- 
tion of 193 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations S9 

Charged to regular and 
street improvements ap- 
propriations, recapit- 
ulation of 186 

General law streets 80 

Yard and wharf room 38 



VI 



Contents. 



Appendix C. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE LAMP DIVISION. 

(Page 276.) 



Arc lamps, flame (new) by 

wards 285 

Arc lamps, magnetite (new) 

by wards 287 

Arc lamps, Gilbert (new) 

by wards 287 

Arc lamps, total cost per 

lamp per annum 2S2 

Contract for electric lighting, 303 
Contract for lighting with gas 

and naphtha 310 

Electric lights, number of . . . 281 

Employees 301 

Expenditures 301 

Fire alarm lamps (new) by 

wards 285 

Gas lamps (new) by wards. . . 283 

Gas lamps, number of 279 



Gas lamps, total cost per 

lamp 280 

Graetzin lamps (new) by 

wards 286 

Incandescent lamps, total 

cost per lamp per annum . . 282 

Lighting schedule (electric), 28 

Lighting schedule (gas) 298 

Number and style of lamps 

January 1,1911 281 

Outages on street lamps .... 298 

Rebates 299 

Revenue 302 

Tungsten lamps (new) by 

wards 288 

Underground work 300 

Work done 278 

Work in charge of division . . . 276 



Appendix D. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE SANITARY DIVISION. 

(Sanitary Section.) 
(Page 318.) 



Ashes, collected by contract, 

number of loads 327 

Carts, capacity of 327 

Carts, number of 334 

Contracts 331 

Employees, average number, 326 

Expenditures, items of 320 

Financial statement 318 



Force employed on waste and 
rubbish 325 

Force employed on house 

offal 326 

Force employed on house 

dirt and ashes 325 

Horses cared for 326 

Horseshoeing 323 



Contents. 



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PAGE 

Insurance 333 

Maintenance, Fort Hill 

Wharf 330 

Materials: 

Ashes and house dirt re- 
moved (5. years) 325 

Garbage removed (5 

years) 326 

Waste and rubbish re- 
moved (5 years) ....... 325 

Collected by districts 32S 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by con- 
tract 329 

Cost of collecting and dis- 
posing of refuse by day 
labor (between pages 
-328,329). 

Number of loads of mate- 
rial collected from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1905, to Jan- 
uary 28, 1911 326 



PAGE 

Amount expended on offal, 
ashes and rubbish by 
districts 324 

Weight of material 327 

Final disposition of all 

material 328 

Offal collected by contract, 

number of loads 327 

Property in charge of divi- 

son . 335 

Repairs 333 

Revenue 319 

Sanitary districts (between 

pages 328, 329). 

Shops 326 

Snow, summary of volume 

and cost of (between pages 

346,347). 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE SANITARY DIVISION. 

(Street Cleaning and Watering Section.) 
(Page 337.) 



PAGE 

Contracts 343 

Contracts for watering carts, 344 
Cost of teaming and labor 

by months 350 

Employees, distribution of . . 339 

Expenditures, items of 337 

Financial statement 318 

Flushing streets 345 

Hay, straw, oats, etc., 

amount used 344 

Horses, distribution of 344 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 345 
Property in charge of divi- 
sion 342 

Push-cart patrol, cost of . . . . 338 



' PAGE 

Push-cart patrol, by districts, 346 

Rolling stock, distribution 

of 344 

Snow work 346 

Streets : 

Area watered and cost per 

square yard 351 

Cleaned, miles of 341 

Cleaned, total cost of 338 

Treated with dry calcium 

chloride 349 

Treated with oil 348 

Watered, cost by districts, 350 

Watered, total cost of. . . . 338 

Swept by machines 347 



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Contents. 
Appendix E. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE SEWER DIVISION. 

(Page 352.) 



Average daily pumping at 

Moon Island 404 

Catch-basins built 397 

Catch-basins cleaned by 

contract 366 

Catch-basins built, charged to 

sewerage works 373 

Catch-basins built, charged 
to separate systems of 
drainage 393 

Coal contracts (Supply De- 
partment) 365 

Contracts : 

Cleaning catch-basins. . . . 474 

Cleaning sewers 471 

Pile driving 470 

Sewers and drains 406 

Miscellaneous 475 

Entrance fees, permits 

and assessments 397 

Expenditures : 

Maintenance 359 

Maintenance, detail of, 
insert (between pages 
360, 361). 

Recapitulation of 364 

Separate systems of drain- 
age 379 

Separate systems of drain- 
age, detail of 380 

Sewerage works, detail of, 367 

Financial statement 358 

Horses, cost of maintaining, 398 

Land-takings 372 

Machinery hired, rates paid 
for 398 

Manholes (new) 378 



PAGE 

Moon Island, work done. . . . 403 
Property in charge of division, 405 
Pumping station, Calf Pas- 
ture, work done 400 

Pumping, average cost per 

million foot gallons 403 

Pumps, Calf Pasture, aver- 
age lift and duty 400 

Recommendations 352 

Refuse from filth hoist 405 

Regulators, gates, etc., cared 

for 403 

Repairs at Pumping Station, 401 
Schedule of sewers built to 

date 399 

Sewers built by day labor by 
districts, character, cost of, 
etc. (between pages 366, 
367). 
Sewers built by contracts by 
districts, character, cost 
of, etc. (between pages 
366, 367). 
Sewers and surface drains 
built by city, charged 
to separate systems of 

drainage 380 

Sewers cleaned by contract, 
cost of (between pages 
404, 405). 
Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (12 months) 398 

Summary of sewer construc- 
tion (5 years) 399 

Sludge account 404 

Work done 352 

Work in charge of division. . . 356 



Contents. ix 

Appendix F. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF BOSTON 
AND CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 

(Page 478.) 



Bridges in charge of commis- 
sion 478 

Draw openings 481 

Expenditures 480 



PAGE 

Income 479 

Recommendations 479 

Work done 478 



Appendix G. 



REPORT OF THE CIVIL SERVICE CLERK. 

(Page 482.) 



Comparative table showing 

number of employees 485 

Grade and number of em- 
ployees 483 



PAGE 

Requisitions 482 

Transfers 482 



Appendix H. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCU- 
MENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 

(Page 486.) 



ANNUAL REPORT 



STREET DEPARTMENT 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1911. 



Boston, March 10, 1911. 

Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

Sir, — In compliance with the Revised Ordinances, the 
annual report of the operations and expenses of the 
Street Department for the year ending January 31, 
1911, is herewith respectfully submitted. 

Organization. 

The work of the department has been carried on dur- 
ing the year according to the provisions of chapter 3 of 
the Ordinances of 1908 with five subdivisions as follows: 

Central Office. Sanitary Division. 

Ferry Division. Sewer Division. 

Highway Division. Boston and Cambridge Bridges. 

Lamp Division. 



2 City Document No. 35. 

Note. — The Boston and Cambridge Bridges Division 
so called is not properly a division of the Street Depart- 
ment, as this work is in charge of a commission of two, 
one member appointed by the Mayor of Boston and 
the other by the Mayor of Cambridge, under the 
provisions of chapter 412 of the Acts of 1904; but on 
account of the fact that the present Superintendent of 
Streets is the Boston member of this commission and 
also because one-half of the expenses of this commission 
is defrayed by the Highway Division of this department, 
it is here treated as a division of this department. 

Appropriations. 

The money assigned for the work of the Street Depart- 
ment during the year was made available from the 
following sources: 

First. — Maintenance appropriation, derived from the 
income of the city raised by taxation. Before the 
commencement of each financial year, February 1, the 
department estimates of the amounts necessary for the 
proper maintenance of the various divisions are sub- 
mitted to the Mayor, who makes such recommendations 
as he may deem proper to the City Council. The 
maintenance appropriations, including permanent con- 
struction, as passed by the City Council and approved 
by the Mayor, were as follows: 



Central Office 

Ferry Division 

Highway Division 

Lamp Division . 

Sanitary Division 

Sewer Division . 

Boston and Cambridge Bridges 



$22,768 00 

235,250 00 
1,500,000 00 

730,000 00 
1,280,000 00 

310,000 00 



Second. — Loan inside the debt limit for building new 
streets assessable on abutting property, authorized by 
chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906. (Highway Division.) 



Amount expended during the year 



$186,655 99 



Third. — Loan inside the debt limit under the pro- 
visions of chapter 426 of the Acts of 1897, as amended 



* Paid by Highway Division. 



Street Department. 3 

by chapter 204 of the Acts of 1908, from which all 
sewerage works are built, except those in the Charles 
River Basin watershed. (Sewer Division.) 

Balance February 1, 1910 $27,130 04 

Loan 300,000 00 



Total $327,130 04 

Expended during the year 220,966 39 



Balance February 1, 1911 . . . . $106,163 65 

Fourth. — Loan under the provisions of chapter 383 
of the Acts of 1903, as amended by chapter 485 of the 
Acts of 1907, and by chapter 514 of the Acts of 1908, 
authorizing the expenditure in each of the years from 
1908 to 1912, inclusive, of one-twentieth of one per 
cent of the city's taxable valuation on the separate 
system of drainage. (Sewer Division.) 

Balance February 1, 1910 $313,461 14 

Loan 674,000 00 



Total $987,461 14 

Expended during the year 742,142 79 



Balance February 1, 1911 . . . . $245,318 35 

General Remarks. 

During the year the department has been conducted 
along the same lines which I found in operation when I 
assumed charge on June 8, 1910. About the same 
number of employees have been retained in the service. 
The contract work has been satisfactory, both as to 
quality and price. 

Attached are reports in detail, of the work accom- 
plished and the cost thereof, of the various subdivisions 
of the Street Department. 

Ferry Division. 

Appropriation and revenue $235,250 00 

Transferred from Highway Division . . 670 63 

Total $235,920 63 

Expended during the year .... $235, 920 63 



City Document No. 35. 



Highway Division. 



Appropriation and revenue . 
Expenditures : 

Bridge Service . 

Boston and Cambridge 
Bridges 

Paving Service 



Unexpended balance 
Transferred to Central Office, 
Transferred to Ferry Division, 





$1,524,091 54 


$201,995 00 




22,006 57 
1,261,128 72 


1,485,130 29 




.' $859 76 
. 670 63 


$38,961 25 




$1,530 39 



. Unexpended balance $37,430 86 

Transferred to city treasury .... $37,430 86 

Lamp Division. 

Appropriation and revenue .... $730,000 00 

Expenditures 710,294 84 



Unexpended balance $19,705 16 

Transferred to city treasury .... $19,705 16 

Sanitary Division. 

Appropriation and revenue .... $1,309,963 82 

Expenditures : 

Sanitary Service . . . $725,202 57 

Street Cleaning and Watering 

Service 559,235 20 

1,284,437 77 



Unexpended balance $25,526 05 

Transferred to city treasury .... $25,526 05 

Sewer Division. 

Appropriation and revenue $313,91610 

Expenditures . . 312,541 05 



Unexpended balance $1,375 05 

Transferred to city treasury .... $1,375 05 



Street Department. 



Sewerage Works. 



Balance February 1, 1910 $27,130 04 

Loan . 300,000 00 



$327,130 04 
Expenditures 220,966 39 



Unexpended balance $106,163 65 

Separate Systems of Drainage. 

Balance February 1, 1910 .... $313,461 14 

Loan .-."........ 674,000 00 



r ,461 14 
Expenditures 742,142 79 



Unexpended balance $245,318 35 

Permits. 

By chapter 571 of the Acts of 1910, the department 
was authorized to collect fees for permits. A copy of 
this act follows: 

An Act to Authorize the Collection of Fees for Permits 
and Licenses Issued by Departments of the City 
of Boston. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: 

Section 1. The heads of the various departments of the 
city of Boston may establish, subject to the approval of the 
mayor, reasonable fees or charges for the issuance of permits 
and licenses by said departments: provided, however, that 
the charge for a permit to make excavations in any street or 
sidewalk shall not exceed fifty cents. 

Sect. 2. The authority given in the preceding section shall 
not deprive any of the officials named in section twenty-eight 
o'f chapter four hundred and eighty-six of the acts of the year 
nineteen hundred and nine of any authority given therein to 
fix the charges for permits and licenses. 

Sect. 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

Acting under this authority, a schedule of prices for 
the different kinds of permits issued from the Permit 
Office was adopted, a copy of which follows: 



6 City Document No. 35. 

Schedule of Prices. 
City of Boston. — Street Department. 

Notice to Corporations, Contractors and Others. (In Accordance 
with Chapter 571 of the Acts of 1910.) 
On and after July 15, 1910, a charge will be made for each 
permit issued from the Permit Office of this department in 
accordance with the following schedule: 

1. Openings in streets or sidewalks, 50 cents each. Limited 
to 100 linear feet on one permit. 

2. Emergency permits, Class A (for the above purpose), 
50 cents each. 

3. Advertising by man wearing hat and coat lettered (annual 
permit), $5 (or $1 per month). 

4. Cleaning snow from roofs (occupation of sidewalk and 
street while so doing), annual permit $1 each. 

5. Driving cattle through the streets (annual permit to 
driver), $5. 

6. Dumping snow from private property into public alleys 
(annual permit), 50 cents. 

7. Erecting and repairing awnings (annual permit), 50 cents. 

8. Erecting, altering or repairing buildings (occupation of 
street or sidewalk), 1 cent per square foot per month up to 
5,000 feet, and | cent per foot per month in excess of 5,000 
feet; the minimum charge to be at one month rate. 

9. Painting or minor repairs, 50 cents each. 

10. Feeding horses on streets (annual permit), $1 each. 

11. Moving buildings in streets, $5 per day; minimum charge, 
$10. 

12. Painting signs or notices on obstruction fences, $1 each. 

13. Placing, and removing, signs flat on buildings, 50 cents 
each. 

14. Projecting signs or lamps from buildings, $1 each. 

15. Raising or lowering safes, machinery, etc., $1 each. 

16. Loading and unloading goods (annual permit), charges 
to be based on conditions at each location. Minimum, $1; 
maximum, $5. 

17. Emergency permits (Class B), $1 each. 

18. Special permits for other than above purposes, 25 cents 
each. 

19. Annual permits at rates other than those in the preceding 
classes, when in the opinion of the Superintendent of Streets 
such permits are requisite to the proper conduct of the permit 
system. 

All extensions will be considered renewals and the charge 
collected as for a new permit. 

L. K. Rourke, 
July 12, 1910. Superintendent of Streets. 



Street Department. 7 

The object of this schedule was to restrict, as much 
as possible, any unnecessary occupation of the streets 
and incidentally reduce the expense of the Permit Office. 
For the first month or so there was more or less objection 
by applicants for permits, but when the matter was 
explained they realized that it was not intended as a 
burden or imposition. Many attempts were made to 
evade payment and it became necessary to assist the 
Police Department in prosecuting a few of the most 
flagrant offenders and to establish a system of inspection 
of occupations for building operations. 

The income from this source amounted to $14,259.96, 
divided as follows : 



Class No. 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



3,653 


40 


291 


00 


21 


00 


65 00 


31 


00 


33 


00 


116 00 


6,249 


81 


1,376 00 


923 


00 


65 00 


6 


00 


459 


50 


155 


00 


180 


00 


117 


00 


177 


00 


119 


25 


222 


00 



*$14,259 96 



If this rate of income can be maintained it will pay 
the actual cost of issuing permits and will cover a part 
of the cost of the inspection. 

Undoubtedly the greatest benefit to the citizens is 
the reduction of occupation of sidewalk and roadway by 
persons building, altering or repairing buildings. It has 
been customary for an applicant for a permit to insist 
that he needed the entire sidewalk and at least six feet 
of the roadway along the front of his property. Under 

* $13,005.30 paid in to the City Collector. 



8 City Document No. 35. 

the schedule, as adopted, the same applicants ask for 
only enough space to allow them to transport material 
across the sidewalk into the property, for exactly similar 
operations. Even in so small an operation as on a 
frontage of twenty -five feet the occupation would 
formerly reach at least three hundred aod fifty feet; 
now it is confined to fifty square feet for a temporary 
driveway, a three hundred foot saving to the public. 
Where an operation entailing the erection of several 
buildings is concerned the reduction of public incon- 
venience is plainly of considerable importance. 

Many of the older streets throughout the city are in 
great need of entire renumbering and several hundred 
in need of partial renumbering. Some of these streets 
were built with dwellings and the spread of business 
has changed them into stores and office buildings. In 
these cases the original numbering had to be changed, 
as not enough numbers were assigned to the dwellings 
to provide for additional entrances. This necessitates 
dividing a number into parts, as No. 22, 22A, 22B, 22C. 
This is not only a source of inconvenience to the occupant 
but to the general public. 

Considerable difficulty exists in the handling of the 
number thirteen. For a number of years this number 
has not been used in numbering streets, and whenever 
possible, without causing trouble to property owners, 
existing thirteens have been replaced. There is extreme 
objection to the number on account of superstition. 
Owners, tenants and dealers state positively that build- 
ings so numbered do not sell or rent as readily as under 
another number. Where this number exists and the 
owner requests a change, he is assigned 11A in cases 
where the buildings next his are properly numbered 
eleven and fifteen. This causes inconvenience to the 
tenant or owner of number eleven who feels that he is 
imposed upon. 

Several times in the past attempts have been made 
to properly number a certain street in the business 
section and each attempt has produced strenuous 
opposition on the basis that certain business houses 
have built up their business on the number of their 
building. This has apparently been the honest belief 
of the protesting party but it is questionable if their 
business would be damaged in the slightest degree by 
a change of number. Mail would not be delayed, nor 



Street Department. 



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would purchasers be annoyed to an appreciable extent. 
It is doubtful if, after a notice of reasonable length had 
been given, the changes were made there would be a 
noticeable effect on business. Probably the opposition 
is almost entirely due to a lack of public spirit and 
consideration for general convenience. 

In other cases where the entire renumbering of a 
street has become necessary, the opposition comes from 
the fact that the building number of some house that 
had a questionable reputation in the past might be 
assigned to one of respectability. Perhaps this is really 
a better objection than in the case of the business man, 
but it is questionable if it is of sufficient weight to 
counterbalance the need of renumbering. 

The expenditures under the several appropriations for 
the year 1910 were as follows: 



Maintenance .... 
Highways, making of 
Separate systems of drainage 
Sewerage works 
Bridge specials 
Paving specials 



L,051,952 34 

186,655 99 

742,142 79 

220,966 39 

79,064 68 

31,204 93 

i,311,987 12 



Recapitulation of Expenditures for the Twelve Months, Ending 
January 31, 191 1. 



Object of Appropriation. 



Current 
Expenses. 



Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 



Total. 



Street Department: 

Central Office 

Ferry Division 

Highway Division. . . 

Lamp Division 

Sanitary Division. . . 

Sewer Division 

Highway, making of. 



$23,627 76 

235,920 63 
1,485,130 29 

710,294 84 
1,284,437 77 

312,541 05 



110,269 61 



963,109 IS 
186,655 99 



§23,627 76 

235,920 63 
1,595,399 90 

710,294 84 
1,284,437 77 
1,275,650 23 

186,655 99 



Totals. 



84,051,952 34 



51,200,034 78 



S5,311,9S7 12 



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City Document No. 35. 



Financial Statement of the Street Department Appropriation, 

February 1, 1910, to January 31, 1911. 

Maintenance. 



Appropriation. 


Appropria- 
tions and 
Transfers 
during 
1910-11. 


Revenue. 


Total 
Credits. 


Expendi- 
tures for the 
twelve months 
ending Janu- 
ary 31, 1911. 


Balances 
of Divi- 
sions, 
January 
31, 1911. 


Street Department: 


i $22,768 00 

2 235,250 00 
a 1,500,000 00 

< 730,000 00 
s 1,280,000 00 

e 310,000 00 




$23,627 76 

235,920 63 
1,522,561 15 

730,000 00 
1,309,963 82 

313,916 10 


$23,627 76 

235.920 63 
1,485,130 29 

710,294 84 
1,284,437 77 

312,541 05 




Ferry Division 

Highway Division 






$24,091 54 


$37,430 86 
19,705 16 


Sanitary Division 

Sewer Division 


29,963 82 
3,916 10 


25,526 05 
1,375 05 


Totals 


$4,078,018 00 


$57,971 46 


$4,135,989 46 


$4,051,952 34 


$84,037 12 



Appropriation 

Transferred from Highway Division 



2 Appropriation 

Transferred from Highway Division 



3 Appropriation .... 
Revenue .... 

Transferred to Central Office 
Transferred to Ferry Division 
Transferred to city treasury 



$22,768 00 
859 76 



$235,250 00 
670 63 



$1,500,000 00 

24,091 54 

859 76 

670 63 

37,430 86 



$23,627 76 



$235,920 63 



$1,485,130 29 



4 Appropriation $730,000 00 

Transferred to city treasury 19,705 16 



$710,294 84 



5 Appropriation $1,280,000 00 

Revenue 29,963 82 

Transferred to city treasury 25,526 05 



$1,284,437 77 



6 Appropriation $310,000 00 

Revenue 3,916 10 

Transferred to city treasury 1,375 05 



$312,541 05 






Comparative Table Showing Cost of Maintenance of the Street Department Since 1899. 



Division. 


1899-1900. 


1900-01. 


1901-02. 


1902-03. 


1903-04. 


1904-05. 


190S-06. 


1906-07. 


1907-08. 


1908-09. 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 




$18,799 41 
120,408 72 

15,998 18 
211,822 87 


$19,994 66 
138,580 56 

17,353 27 
236,999 91 


$24,999 83 
170,866 18 

18,394 97 
248,754 06 


$20,386 04 
164,082 13 

16,400 04 
227,688 29 


$21,092 06 
171,789 52 

16,715 12 
254,535 23 


$20,853 21 
185,269 84 

16,263 90 
254,535 20 


$21,902 91 
184,564 54 

20,878 84 
273,995 90 








$22,518 63 
19S.852 71 

18,464 72 
222,101 10 
719,574 91 
1,089,247 94 
131,357 56 
637,255 93 
301,145 94 
353,550 33 
170,728 75 


$23,627 76 
201,995 00 

22,006 57 
235,920 63 
710,294 84 
1,178,546 90 
112,623 21 
723,249 64 




$188,235 55 

11,609 64 
265,463 83 
826,804 01 
860,246 89 

77,023 96 
767,859 76 
374,075 92 
465,005 94 
153,423 07 


$199,342 12 

11,230 57 
294,357 82 
840,016 93 
831,113 67 
144,117 96 
790,243 78 
402,389 60 
501,688 67 
152,235 45 


$180,273 01 

18,524 29 
249,068 39 
809,510 06 
775,838 06 

58,143 37 
745,200 90 
351,162 41 
419,275 91 
154,679 90 


Boston and Cam- 
bridge Bridges... . 




Paving 

Removal of snow. . . 


705,432 68 
154,625 18 
567,107 81 
347,133 64 
322,951 15 
174,625 97 


753,562 34 
29,138 38 
609,664 67 
362,060 24 
339,747 23 
174,742 45 


837,831 07 
93,518 45 
623,000 50 
345,660 05 
356,445 72 
164,259 36 


780,236 39 
121,899 66 
675,319 64 
301,743 69 
392,802 09 
160,147 25 


785,946 38 
114,395 94 
654,975 87 
288,679 26 
403,626 11 
164,104 74 


808,604 99 
264.S40 43 
706,529 89 
324,360 72 
434,172 62 
165,071 08 


874,636 88 
137,115 89 
703,382 08 
381,687 78 
448,837 79 
189,347 50 




312,541 05 


Street. Cleaning 

Street Watering. . . . 


370,602 81 
160,543 93 


Totals 


$2,638,905 61 


$2,681,843 71 


$2,883,739 19 


$2,860,705 22 


$2,875,850 23 


$3,184,092 88 


$3,236,350 11 


$3,980,748 57 


$4,166,736 87 


$3,761,676 30 


$3,864,798 52 


$4,051,952 34 



Hired Team Contracts. 



Single, 
per 
day. 



Double, 
per 
day. 



Extra 
Men, 
per 
day. 



Paving 
Division. 



Sanitary 
Division. 



Sewer 
Division. 



Street 
Cleaning 
Division. 



No. 1. South Boston and Dorchester North 1 

No. 2. East Boston 2 

No. 3. Charlestown 2 

No. 4. Brighton ' 

No. 5. West Roxbury » 

Nos. 6-9. Dorchester and Ashmont ' 

No. 7. Roxbury South and Jamaica Plain 4 . . 
No. 8. South End and Roxbury North'. . .. 
No. 10. North and West Ends and Back Bay 



John J. Loonie. . . . 
Bernard E. Grant. 
Bernard E. Grant. 
Joseph McGreevey 
George Hi Noone. . 
John H. Winsloe . . 
George H. Noone. . 
Joseph Sprissler . . . 
Bernard E. Grant. 



Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4, 



1010 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



$3 00 
3 05 
3 05 
3 00 
3 00 

2 98 

3 00 
3 25 
3 00 



4 75 

4 75 

5 00 
4 90 
4 42 
4 90 
4 85 
4 50 



1 80 

1 80 

2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
1 80 



Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 

Feb. 1 



1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 
1910 



Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 
Jan. 31, 1911 



$3,935 65 

2,632 10 

551 75 

192 50 

2,982 15 

9,733 51 

7,380 30 

8,564 07 

1,987 50 



$4,169 15 



640 21 
3,021 00 

440 00 
17,203 26 
2,327 50 
4,389 77 
1,459 63 



$46 00 

130 63 

90 25 

890 00 

347 90 

3,358 65 

291 15 

2,133 06 

1,991 25 



1,372 70 
3,588 86 
4,698 70 



$9,524 80 
2,762 73 
2,779 77 
4,103 50 
3,770 05 
30,295 42 
11,371 65 
18,675 76 
10,137 OS 



1 Advertised and awarded to lowest bidder. 

2 Advertised and awarded to lowest bidder on doubles and second lowest bidder on singles. 

3 Advertised and awarded to second lowest bidder on doubles and lowest bidder on singles. 
< Advertised and awarded to third lowest bidder on doubles and lowest bidder on singles. 

' Advertised and awarded to second lowest bidder on doubles and fifth lowest bidder on singles. 



St 




Summary 


of Volume and Cost of Snow Removed, Year 


Ending January 31, 


1911. 










Work Done by 




Districts. 


Teams. 


Total Teams. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Total 
Cubic 
Yards. 


Cost. 


Total Cost. 


Cost per 
Cubic 
Yard. 


Total 

Cost 

per Cubic 

Yard. 




Single. 


Double. 


Single. 


Double. 


Not Including Paving 
Division Day Work. 




. 




656 
733 
900 
365 

3,656 
1S4 
903 
784 
166 

1,271 


1,080 
44 
364 
155 
685 
144 
155 

1,179 

98 

931 






4,224 
1,232 
2,442 
1,012 
7,539 

70S 
1,820 
4,713 

543 
4,699 


28,932 


$8,896 05 
4,192 64 
5,781 34 
4,008 30 
7,655 95 
4,089 09 


'$74,147 40 


$0 30 
35 
37 
42 
36 
39 






























































11,475 84 
13,389 61 
2,817 87 
11,842 71 






































19,618 


2 4,835 








1,494 
610 
628 
987 
98 
227 


4,479 
1,865 
1,911 
3,490 
307 
680 


4 $1,36.5 39 

6 647 91 

«698 82 

'-1,465 80 

110 52 

265 20 










12,732 
50,011 














































































No. 1. 






4,044 


$4,553 64 






1,372 
1,878 
1,051 
207 
473 
4,754 
1,000 
6,020 
5,028 




3,046 

4,169 

2,333 

460 

1,050 

10,554 

2,220 

14,148 

12,031 


$1,600 41 

31S 7S 

773 68 

301 88 

925 75 

7,016 15 

936 13 

7,147 96 

4,649 28 


$0 52 
07 
33 
66 
88 
66 
42 
51 
39 


$0 358 




No. 2... 














No. 3 . . 














No. 6 . . 












Sanitary Division, Street Cleaning Section, day work 


No. 7 












No. 8 . 














No 9 














No. 10 






























»;21,783 




» 23,770 02 




















21,783 

31,401 


4,044 
8,879 


62,743 
91,675 


$28,323 66 
102,471 06 


$0 451 


Totals 
















4 













1 Single load, 1$ cubic yards. 

2 Double loads, 3 cubic yards. 

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

4 Includes 3,048 cubic yards at 29 cents ($1,057.92), removed under 1909 contract. 

5 Includes 1,623 cubic yards at 35 cents ($568.05), removed under 1909 contract. 



6 Includes 1,746 cubic yards at 37 cents ($646.02), removed under 1909 contract. 

' 1909 contract. , . , ,,,„_, , c. 

8 Includes 17,316 loads, Street Cleaning Section, at 2.22 cubic yards, and 4,467 loads, Sanitary 

Section, at 2.59 cubic yards. . 

9 Includes Sunday and other work paid for at time ana one-halt. 



Street Department. 



11 



The following tables show the snowfall and rainfall 
since 1904: 

Snowfall (inches). 



Month. 


1904-05. 


1905=06. 


1906-07. 


1907-08. 


1908-09. 


1909-10. 


1910-11. 








1.1 
15.5 
16.1 
25.5 

6.6 








1.4 


January 

February 


12.0 

21.3 

8.0 

3.6 


3.5 

6.1 

6.1 

21.9 


7.0 
4.3 
9.3 

4.8 
0.8 


3.5 

11.2 

2.3 

3.1 


12.3 

11.9 

12.6 

0.2 


8.1 
0.7 
19.5 




















Totals 


44.9 


37.6 


64.8 


26.2 


20.1 


37.0 


29.7 



Rainfall (inches). 



Month. 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 




4.80 
2.49 
2.43 
9.14 
3.38 
2.06 
1.23 
2.19 
5.57 
2.13 
1.70 
2.52 


4.09 
1.59 
2.25 
2.14 
1.47 
5.23 
1.00 
3.39 
5.10 
0.82 
1.77 
3.23 


2.96 
2.66 
5.45 
2.15 
4.91 
2.57 
5.38 
1.58 
2.64 
3.88 
2.55 
3.96 


2.54 
1.88 
1.66 
3.31 
3.12 
2.56 
1.09 
1.10 
7.43 
2.54 
6.02 
4.31 


2.47 
2.96 
2.97 
1.70 
3.78 
1.08 
3.17 
4.35 
0.68 
3.70 
0.74 
2.47 


3.94 
4.71 
3.28 
3.92 
2.33 
4.45 
0.97 
3.55 
5.15 
1.07 
4.11 
3.19 


4.25 




3.44 




1.25 




2.22 


May 


1.02 




4.89 




1.15 




0.98 


September 

October 

November 


2.14 
1.14 
3.75 
2.10 


Totals 


39.64 


32. OS 


40.60 


37.56 


30.07 


40.67 


2S.33 







In this rainfall is included the precipitation during the -winter months, which equals 
one-tenth of an inch to one inch of snowfall. 



12 



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The following changes in pavements were made during 
the year : 

0.04 mile or 479 square yards granite block changed to asphalt. 

0.20 mile or 3,196 square yards granite block changed to wood block. 

0.57 mile or 11,451 square yards granite block changed to brick. 

0.00 mile or 8 square yards wood block changed to brick. 

0.03 mile or 719 square yards plank on bridges changed to brick. 

1.11 miles or 28,690 square yards macadam changed to granite block. 

1.45 miles or 27,799 square yards macadam changed to brick. 

0.02 mile or 366 square yards gravel changed to granite block. 

0.11 or 1,708 square yards gravel changed to brick. 

4.88 miles or 76,069 square yards gravel changed to macadam. 

0.06 mile or 1,017 square yards not graded changed to granite block. 

0.02 mile or 1,244 square yards not graded changed to brick. 

0.00 mile or 196 square yards not graded changed to plank on bridges. 

0.26 mile or 11,909 square yards not graded changed to macadam. 

0.03 mile or 572 square yards not graded changed to gravel. 

Streets laid out or discontinued by the Street Commis- 
sioners during the year show : 

Brick increased mile or 26 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.20 mile or 3,839 square yards. 
Gravel increased 2.21 miles or 36,140 square yards. 
Not graded increased 0.00 mile or 2,192 square yards. 

Corrections on account of revision and other causes 
show : 

Asphalt decreased 0.03 mile or 118 square yards. 
Granite block increased 0.04 mile or 4,839 square yards. 
Plank on bridges decreased 0.03 mile or 1,051 square yards. 
Bitulithic decreased 0.00 mile or 83 square yards. 
Macadam increased 0.18 mile or 8,555 square yards. 
Gravel increased 0.01 mile or 412 square yards. 
Not graded decreased 0.00 mile or 392 square yards. 



14 



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15 



Public streets laid out by the Street Commissioners 
during the year show pavements increased 2.41 miles 
or 42,197 square yards. 

Corrections to previous measurements on account of 
revision and other causes show pavements increased 
0.17 mile or 12,162 square yards. 

Total net increase 2.58 miles, or 54,359 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 

1S83 367.99 



Miles. 

1884 374.10 

1885 379.60 

1886 383.55 

1887 390.30 

1888 392.72 

1889 397.84 

1890 404.60 

1891 409.60 

1892 434.59 

1893 443.34 

1894 447.65 

1895 452.12 

1896 456.11 

1897 459.12 



Miles. 

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 

190S 511.60 

1909 514.28 

1910 518.63 

1911 521.21 



16 City Document No. 35. 



DESCRIPTION OF DISTRICTS, 1910. 



The City of Boston is hereby divided into Street 
Department districts, ten in number, described and 
bounded as follows: 

District 1. South Boston and Dorchester North. 
Bounded northerly by the Harbor Commissioners' iine 
to Congress street, thence by and including Congress 
street to Atlantic avenue, thence westerly by and not 
including Atlantic avenue and Atlantic avenue exten- 
sion to the South bay and Fort Point channel, thence 
by Fort Point channel and Midland Division of the 
N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. to Dudley street, thence 
southerly by and not including Dudley street, Stoughton 
street, Pleasant street and Savin Hill avenue to Old 
Colony Division of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., by and 
not including Savin Hill avenue, northerly side, to the 
Harbor Commissioners' line, thence easterly by the 
Harbor Commissioners' line to the point of beginning. 

District 2. — East Bosto?i and Breed's Island. 

District 3. — Charlestown. 

District 4- — Brighton. Bounded easterly by District 
8, namely, from the Charles river by and not including 
Essex street to the Brookline line. 

District 5.-. — West Roxbury. Bounded northerly by 
District 7, namely, from the Brookline line by and 
including Prince street to the Arborway, Arborway to 
Pond street, by and including Pond street, Centre 
street, Green street and Glen road to Franklin Park, by 
and not including Sigourney street to Walnut avenue, 
Seaver street, Blue Hill avenue and Canterbury street 
to Morton street, by and including Canterbury street 
and Ashland street to Harvard street, by and not inclu- 
ding Harvard street to the Hyde Park line, to the Ded- 
ham, Newton and Brookline lines to the point of 
beginning. 

District 6. — Dorchester. Beginning at the Harbor 
Commissioners' line, by and including Savin Hill 
avenue, Pleasant street, Stoughton street and Dudley 
street to Midland Division of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. 



Street Department. 17 

to Columbia road, by and not including Columbia road 
to Blue Hill avenue, by and including Blue Hill avenue, 
Canterbury street and Angell street to Blue Hill avenue 
and Talbot avenue, by- and not including Talbot 
avenue, Ashmont street and Freeport street to Com- 
mercial Point Bridge, to Harbor Commissioners' line 
to point of beginning. 

District 7. — Roxbury South and Jamaica Plain. 
Bounded northerly by District 8, namely, beginning at 
Longwood avenue and Brookline line, by and including 
Longwood avenue, Prentiss street, Linden Park street, 
Roxbury street, Guild row, Dudley street and Magazine 
street to Norfolk avenue, by and not including Norfolk 
avenue to the Midland Division of the N. Y., N. H. & 
H. R. R. to Columbia road, by and including Columbia 
road, Blue Hill avenue, Seaver street, Walnut avenue 
and Sigourney street to Glen road, by and not including 
Glen road, Green street, Centre street and Pond street 
to Arborway, by and not including Prince street to 
Brookline line, to Muddy river, to Longwood avenue. 

District 8. — South End and Roxbury North. 
Bounded northerly by District 10, namely, beginning 
at Fort Point channel and Atlantic avenue extension, 
by and including Atlantic avenue extension, Kneeland 
street, Eliot street, Park square, Boylston street and 
Massachusetts avenue to Charles river, by the west 
bank, to and including Essex street to the Brookline 
line, to Longwood avenue, by and not including Long- 
wood avenue, Prentiss street, Linden Park street, Rox- 
bury street, Guild row, Dudley street and Magazine 
street to Norfolk avenue, by and including Norfolk 
avenue to the Midland Division of the N. Y., N. H. & 
H. R. R. to Fort Point channel, to point of beginning. 

District 9. — ■ Ashmont. Bounded northerly by Dis- 
trict 6, namely, beginning at the Harbor Commission- 
ers' line to Commercial Point Bridge, by and including 
Freeport street, Ashmont street and Talbot avenue to 
Blue Hill avenue, by and not including Angell street, 
by and including Canterbury street to Morton street, 
by and not including Canterbury street to Morton 
street, by and not including Canterbury street and 
Ashland street to Harvard street, by and including 
Harvard street to Hyde Park line, by the H}'de Park line 
and the Milton line to Neponset river, to Harbor Com- 
missioners' line. 



18 City Document No. 35. 

District 10. — North and West Ends and Back Bay. 
Beginning at Atlantic avenue and Kneeland street, by 
and not including Kneeland street, Eliot street, Park 
square, Boylston street and Massachusetts avenue to 
Charles river, by the west bank, Charles river to the 
Harbor Commissioners' line to Congress street, by and 
not including. Congress street to Atlantic avenue, by 
and including Atlantic avenue to Kneeland street. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. K. ROURKE, 

Superintendent of Streets. 



PART II. 



APPENDICES. 



APPENDIX A. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE FERRY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 31, 1911. 

Mr. Louis K. Rourke, 

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, 1911, and strongly 
urge that the following improvements be made: 

North Pier, South Ferry, Boston side, be rebuilt, the 
South Pier, North Ferry, Boston side, be rebuilt and that 
the ends of the middle pier, North Ferry, Boston side, 
be repaired. 

The piling of the repair dock, South Ferry, East 
Boston, should also be repaired. 

Several of the foundations for drops need repairs 
where foundations have settled and irons are worn out. 

The truss rods of drops should be adjusted. 

Guide piles on sides of tanks need repairs. 

Six bunters need renewal on drops. 

North Pier, East Boston side, North Ferry, rebuild 
ends and head of pier. 

Middle Pier, East Boston side, North Ferry, repair 
pier near head. 

South Ferry, East Boston, some repairs needed on 
the piers. 

South Ferry, Boston side, wharf where towboats tie 
up is in very poor condition. 

I further recommend that all the head-houses and 
drops be painted. 

The following changes were inaugurated in the divi- 
sion during the past year, in an endeavor to improve 
the service. 

On Saturday evenings the second boat at the South 



22 City Document No. 35. 

Ferry was continued until 10 o'clock p. m. (to accommo- 
date the market people), instead of hauling off at 8 p. m. 
as formerly. 

A third boat was added to the service at the South 
Ferry in July, 1910. 

All repair work that interfered with the traffic is 
done at night or on Sundays. 

At the North Ferry the unloading of coal to the coal 
pocket, which was always a source of annoyance and a 
delay to travel, is now done on Sundays or at night, 
thus giving a minimum of delay. 

Four additional watchmen have been added to the 
division for the protection of boats when not running. 

One extra gateman has been employed at the South 
Ferry, Boston side, because of the increased work due to 
the third boat. 

The ferryboat "General Sumner" was rebuilt and put 
in commission in June, 1910. 

An appropriation for a new boat has been received 
and plans and specifications are now ready. 

The property in charge of this division is as follows: 

South Ferry, East Boston side. — Located at the ter- 
mination 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 car- 
penters, machinist and blacksmith, one storehouse, one 
modern coal pocket, three 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 ter- 
mination 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 room, one coal 
pocket, three piers which form the two slips, and two 
drops and tanks. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 23 
The following steam ferryboats are in commission: 

Name. When Built. Kind. Length. 

Revere 1875 Side-wheel, 14S ft. 

D. D. Kellv 1889 " 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 yours, 

H. P. Christiernin, 
Deputy Superintendent. 



24 City Document No. 35. 



STREET DEPARTMENT.— FERRY DIVISION. 

Consolidated Financial Statement for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1911. 

1. Receipts. 

Total cash receipts during the year . . . $106,738 57 
Cash in hands of tollmen at beginning of year . 200 00 



$106,938 57 
Cash paid over to City Collector .... 106,738 57 



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

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

Balance unexpended from previous years (loans), $40,015 60 

Appropriation for new ferry boat, August 15, 1910 

(loans) 125,000 00 

Received from City Treasurer, annual appropria- 
tion for this division for year ending January 
31, 1911 230,000 00 

Received additional by transfer .... 5,920 63 



Total appropriations $400,936 23 

Total expenditures ...... 275,960 63 



Balance unexpended (loans) $124,975 60 

3. Result of Operations for the Year. 

Receipts for the year (net income) .... $106,738 57 

Ordinary expenses .... $235,920 63 

Interest on ferry debt . . . 17,935 00 

Depreciation of boats . . . 10,432 80 
Depreciation of machinery and 

tools ... . . 463 45 
Cost of repairing ferryboat "General 

Sumner" 39,500 00 



Less increase in valua- $304,251 88 

tion of real estate . $10,000 00 
Less increase in stock 

of supplies . . 6,100 24 

16,100 24 



Net outgo for the year 288,151 64 



Net loss for the year . . . . . $181,413 07 



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Comparative Balance Sheets at the close of each Year for Five Years. 



January 31, 
1907. 



January 31, 
1908. 



January 31, January 31, 
1909. 1910. 



January 31, 
1911. 



Assets. 
Cash, tollmen's capital. . . . 
Fuel and supplies in stock. 



City Treasurer (balance of appro- 
priations) 



Real estate, buildings, (assessors' 
valuation) 



New buildings l 

Ferryboats (less depreciation) . 



Machinery and tools (less depre- 
ciation) 



$200 00 
4,295 14 

15 60 

573,400 00 

25,000 00 

209,346 74 

6,151 95 



Total tangible assets. 



Cost of ayenues, etc., East Boston 
(preyious to 1870) 2 



Deficiency of assets (loss) 
Totals 



S81S.409 43 

315,815 68 
2,823,300 28 



83,957,531 39 



Liabilities. 

Capital invested by City of Boston 
to date 



Appropriations account (credit 
balances) 



,957,515 79 
15 60 



Total liabilities. 



$3,957,531 39 



S200 00 

1S.970 60 

15 60 

578,400 00 

196,785 94 

5,536 76 



$200 00 
13,307 77 



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4,730 56 



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606,400 00 606,400 00 

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5,149 45 



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315,815 68 
3,03S,3S2 5S 



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315,815 68 
3,190,953 96 



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15 60 



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10,830 80 

124,975 60 

616,400 00 

163,987 25 

4,171 05 



$S29,S60 71 

315,815 68 
3,343,848 65 



$920,564 70 

315,815 68 
3,525,261 72 



$4,489,525 04i §4,761,642 10 



$4,449,509 44 
40,015 60 



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124,975 60 



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Detail of Capital Invested by the City of Boston. 



Total expenditures to date, per ferry 
books 



Interest on debt for the year (per 
City Auditor) 



Interest previous years, etc. (net 
debits per auditor) 



Total expenditures 3 . 



Deduct total receipts paid to col- 
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Excess of expenditures, viz., capital 
invested by city 



$9,849,968 17 

IS, 114 18 

279,148 85 



$10,147,231 20 
6,189,715 41 



$3,957,515 79 



$10,152,247 67 

18,075 00 

279,148 85 



$10,419,391 06 

17,935 00 

279,148 85 



$10,659,427 16 

17,935 00 

279, 14S S5 



$10,953,322 79 
17,935 00 

279,14S 85 



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0,205,379 96 



$4,154,091 56 



§10,716,474 91 



6,399,669 27 



$4,316,805 64 



$10,956,511 01 



6,507,001 57 



$4,449,509 44 



$11,250,406 64 
6,613,740 14 



$4,636,666 50 



1 Included in real estate and buildings by assessors. 

2 See footnote 4 under Table 4. 

» Auditor's figures for total expenditures and receipts are 800,278.56 more than the above, the difference 
(capital invested) being the same; 83,542.50 for additional interest and $33 counted twice ou total of ferry books 
have also been included in these figures. 



30 City Document No. 35. 



Total Expenditures upon Ferries since 1858=59. 

Expenditures for avenues, paving, interest, etc., 

previous to purchase of the ferries by the 

city* $444,101 30 

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

Expenditures for ferryboats since April, 1870,f 618,610 58 

Expenditures for new buildings, piers, drops, 

etc.f 555,523 64 

Expenditures for tools and fixtures f . . . 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 . $1,924,925 50 

Expenditures for repairs of all kinds f . . 990,615 47 

Expenditures for fuel f 1,466,938 54 

Expenditures for salaries and wages f . . 5,204,523 57 

Expenditures for all other purposes . . . 1,723,682 12 

$11,310,685 20 



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 f . 6,385,128 98 

Receipts from rents since purchase of ferries f ■ 63,150 79 

Receipts from sales of ferryboats f . . . 147,331 21 

Receipts from all other sources, per ferry 

books ft 18,284 31 

Receipts from all other sources, additional, per 

auditor 30,734 85 



Total receipts from all sources . . $6,674,218 70 

Less amount with tollmen as capital . . 200 00 

Total receipts, per auditor's figures . . $6,674,018 70 

* See footnote 4 under Table 4. 
t According to books of the Ferry Division. 

t $104.18 rejected money and $33 counted twice have been deducted from this item. 
See previous reports. 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 



31 



Regular Annual (Ordinary) and Special Appro- 
priations (Extraordinary) of the Ferry Divi- 
sion of the Street Department for the Year 
Ending January 31, 1911. 

Appropriation (regular) for the year ending 

January 31, 1911 . . . * . . . $230,000 00 
Transfers from other sources, additional . . 5,920 63 



Amount of expenditures for the year . $235,920 63 

Special Appropriations. 
Appropriation authorized and issued May 27, 

1902, for ferry improvements .... $100,000 00 
Amount expended from May 27, 1902, to 

January 31, 1911 . . . . . 99,984 40 

Unexpended balance of appropriation January 
31, 1911 $15 60 



Appropriation authorized January 19, 1910, for 

transfer from Lamp Division for repairing 

ferryboat "General Sumner" .... $40,00000 

Amount expended from January 19, 1910, to 

January 31, 1911 39,500 00 

Unexpended balance of this appropriation, 

January 31, 1911 $500 00 

Appropriation authorized and issued August 15, 

1910, for new ferryboat . . . ' . . $125,000 00 
Amount expended from August 15, 1910, to 

January 31, 1911 540 00 

Unexpended balance of this appropriation 

January 31, 1911 . . ... . $124,460 00 



Statement Showing Receipts at Each Ferry. 
North Ferry. 



From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


East Boston side 


$17,015 49 
17,750 41 


$9,605 50 
5,837 00 


$26,620 99 
23,587 41 


Boston side 






$34,765 90 


$15,442 50 


$50,208 40 



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City Document No. 35. 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 82,000 foot passengers at 1 cent, $820 00 
For cash fares for teams . . 7,451 11 



Total at North Ferry 



50,208 40 



8,271 11 
,479 51 





South Ferry. 






From Tollmen. 


Foot 
Passengers. 


Team 
Tickets. 


Totals. 


East Boston side 

Boston side 


$12,715 77 
13,499 94 


$3,695 00 
6,566 00 


$16,410 77 
20,065 94 






$26,215 71 


$10,261 00 


$36,476 71 



From tollmen 

From gatemen: 

For 65,179 foot passengers at 1 cent, $651 79 
For cash fares for teams . . 8,033 10 



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, 1910 . 



Total receipts from rates . 
Rents for the year 
Sales of old material . 
Commissions on public telephone 
Reimbursed damages 
Head-house privileges 

Total cash receipts for the year 



>,476 71 



8,684 89 
,161 60 



$103,641 


11 


168 


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1,443 


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1 


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$105,254 


11 


497 


34 


157 


66 


28 


16 


1 


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800 


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$106,738 57 



Street Department — Ferry Division. 



33 



Statement showing the Difference of Travel on the 
Ferries from February 1, 1910, to January 31, 1911. 



Foot passengers at 1 cent each . 
Foot passengers by ticket 
Foot passengers free . 



One-horse teams and pleasure car 

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

hacks 
Handcarts, etc. . 
Dragwheels 
Free teams . 



Total teams each ferry 



North Ferry. 


South Ferry. 


3,558,590 

44,604 

2,408 


2,686,750 

23,752 

1,419 


3,605,602 


2,711,921 


349,408 

140,182 

7,261 

4,203 


275,673 

101,714 

3,779 

5,295 


26,879 

4,203 

1 


13,824 

1,865 
4 


4,752 


634 


536,889 


402,788 



Statement of Travel from Boston to East Boston and 
from East Boston to Boston from February 1, 1910, 
to January 31, 1911. 

From From East 

Boston Side. Boston Side . 

Foot passengers at 1 cent each . . 3,199,818 3,045,522 
Foot passengers by ticket . . 33,755 34,601 

Foot passengers free .... 1,472 2,355 



Total foot passengers 



3,235,045 3,082,478 



One-horse teams and pleasure car- 
riages 

Two-horse teams 

Three-horse teams 

Four-horse teams 

Two-horse pleasure carriages and 
hacks 

Handcarts, etc. . 

Dragwheels 

Free teams . 

Total teams both sides 



316,150 

121,791 

5,572 

4,799 


308,931 

120,105 

5,468 

4,699 


20,209 

3,066 

2 


20,494 

3,002 

3 


2,025 


3,361 



473,614 



466,063 



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Total Travel on Both Ferries from February 1, 
1906, to January 31, 1911. 





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11,547 

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238,911 

8,091 

16,897 

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904,298 


882,296 


934,653 


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APPENDIX B. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF THE HIGHWAY DIVISION. 



Boston, Mass., January 31, 1911. 

Mr. Louis K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a report of the income, 
expenditures and operations of the Highway Division 
for the year 1910. This includes the reports of both the 
Paving Service and the Bridge Service. 

Paving Service. 

The permanent pavements adopted last year, such as 
the special cut granite block and the vitrified brick block 
pavements, have been extended this year for consider- 
able areas in the city proper, Roxbury, West Roxbury 
and Dorchester. 

The recommendation of previous years relative to the 
car track streets — that they be paved with granite, 
brick or some other durable wearing surface — is again 
made. Last year a good beginning was made in this 
respect on such streets as Washington street, West Rox- 
bury; Hancock street, Dorchester, and Longwood ave- 
nue, Roxbury. The following streets were paved with 
special cut granite blocks: Charles street, between 
Beacon and Boylston streets; and Washington street, 
West Roxbury, from Green to Walk Hill streets. 
North Market street, from Merchants row to Commercial 
street, was paved with large granite block on a concrete 
base. 

The streets paved with brick blocks on a concrete base 
were Dudley street, from Harrison avenue to Magazine 
street; Damrell street, from Dorchester avenue to Old 
Colony avenue; Hancock street, from Columbia road to 
Winter street; Heath street, from South Huntington 



Street Department — ■ Highway Division. 37 

avenue to Parker street; Longwood avenue, from Hunt- 
ington avenue to Brookline avenue, and Seneca street, 
from Harrison avenue to Albany street. 

Asphalt Work was confined almost entirely to resur- 
facing old asphalt streets — Parkman street, from North 
Russell to Blossom street, being the only extension of 
the asphalt area during the year. 

Wood Blocks were laid on Harvard street, from Wash- 
ington street to Harrison avenue; Milk street, between 
Pearl and Oliver streets, and on Pearl and Oliver streets, 
respectively, 148 and 153 feet southerly from Milk street. 

Macadam. — About 5.3 miles of new macadam streets 
were built in the residential sections of the city. With 
very few exceptions they are of the water bound type 
and were all built by contract. The maintenance of 
macadam streets is looked after by the department 
force. Some of the streets were treated with a coal tar 
product and a large area of ordinary water-bound 
macadam was resurfaced. 

Sidewalks. — It has been the policy of the department 
during the past year to construct artificial stone side- 
walks on all new streets and as a result there has been 
laid about seven (7) miles of sidewalks, or about 158,000 
square feet under the "393" Act and about three (3) 
miles laid under the u 437" Act of 1893. 

Crusher Plants. — The stone crushing plants owned 
by the city are located at Codman street, Dorchester; 
Dimock street, Roxbury, and Chestnut Hill avenue, 
Brighton. The two former have not been operated for 
several years. The Chestnut Hill plant is operated 
under a lease, the contractor paying the city for each 
ton of stone quarried. The crushed stone required by 
the division for the resurfacing of streets has been fur- 
nished on the street in the different districts by contract. 

Street Openings. — The total number of permits issued 
this year for street openings was 29,851. These open- 
ings are distributed all over the city and permanent 
pavements are disturbed as freely as macadam streets. 
From experience in past years it is evident that street 
openings will increase in the future with the changes in 
the older sections and the developments in the outlying 
sections of the city, resulting in a destruction of street 
surfaces. To offset consequent expense, which must 
ultimately devolve upon the city, for repairs caused by 
these openings, deposits are required, when deemed 



38 City Document No. 35. 

necessary, from the parties making applications for the 
permits, which are applied towards the cost of the neces- 
sary repairs. 

Steam Rollers. — At the beginning of the year the divi- 
sion owned eleven (11) 15-ton and one (1) 3-ton rollers, 
all being of the Buffalo-Pitts make, except the oldest in 
the service, which is an Aveling and Porter roller, made 
in England. The machines have had extensive repairs, 
about all of them being refitted with new speed pinions 
and shafts and new picks. 

Personal Property. — The personal property of the 
division (Paving), consisting of tools, hardware, horses, 
carts, harnesses, rollers, etc., has been kept up and is in 
very good condition, having a value of about $60,000. 

Yard and Wharf Room. — The yards and wharves in 
the several districts are the same as last year, with the 
exception of the wharf property at 492 and 494 Chelsea 
street, which was sold at public auction early in the year 
to the Standard Oil Company, for $20,100. A descrip- 
tion of the property in charge of the division is given in 
another part of the report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

James H. Sullivan, 

Deputy Superintendent, 



Street Department — Highway Division. 39 



HIGHWAY DIVISION (Bridge Service). 



There are in the City of Boston 163 bridges, not 
including culverts. Seven of these, namely, Brookline 
street, Cambridge, Cambridge street, Harvard, North 
Harvard street, Prison Point, and Western avenue to 
Cambridge, all connecting Boston and Cambridge, are 
in charge of two commissioners, one of whom is 
appointed by the Mayor of Boston and the other by the 
Mayor of Cambridge. The Charles River dam, on the 
site of the old Craigie Bridge, is in charge of the Charles 
River Basin Commission. One hundred twenty-two 
bridges are supported wholly or in part by the City of 
Boston, twenty-five of these being tide-water bridges 
provided with a draw. Forty bridges are supported 
entirely by railroad corporations. 

There are sixteen important drawbridges maintained 
by the City of Boston, namely, Broadway, Chelsea 
(south), Congress street, L street and Warren, operated 
by steam; Atlantic avenue, Charlestown, Chelsea 
(north), Chelsea street, Dorchester avenue, Dover street, 
Maiden, Meridian street, Neponset and Summer street, 
operated by electricity, and Northern avenue, operated 
by compressed air, the compressors run by electricity. 

During the past year the following bridges have been 
built, rebuilt or extensively repaired : 

Alba?iy Street Bridge. — Built an entire new floor, including steel 
floor beams, removed old overhanging sidewalks on outside 
of trusses and built new ones between trusses in roadway. 
Bridge has been entirely cleaned by sand blasting process and 
painted. The grades of roadway and sidewalk on bridge and 
also approaches have been changed in order to ease the 
gradient. 

Ashmont Bridge. — An extension of about 58 feet over the 
Shawmut Branch, New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road, has been added to the bridge during the past year. 

Broadway Bridge. — Over Boston & Albany Railroad. This 
bridge has been entirely cleaned by sand blasting process and 
thoroughly painted. The hangers for the steel floor beams 
have been renewed, the wooden flooring and sidewalks have 
been renewed and some new stringers. 

Charlestown Bridge. — On April 29, 1910, a fire in the power 



40 City Document No. 35. 

room destroyed part of the woodwork, all the electrical equip- 
ment, and seriously damaged much of the operating 
machinery of the draw, some of the wooden deck over the 
power room, and part of each sidewalk near the center of the 
draw. This necessitated the stopping of all water traffic 
that could not pass under the draw, as it was out of commis- 
sion completely for four days. After that it was in service 
only between the hours of 1.15 a. m. and 4.45 a. m., until 
June 1, when it was again in service to be opened on signal. 
A special appropriation was made to cover the cost of repair- 
ing the damage and to replace the draw in good working 
order. It was necessary to completely rebuild the power 
room, substituting metal and asbestos for the former wood- 
work, to renew the electrical equipment, and overhaul all the 
operating machinery, renewing parts severely damaged. 
This work has been completed except some of the cleaning and 
painting of the outside structural ironwork. 

Congress Street Bridge. — This bridge has been entirely cleaned 
and painted and the surface of both sidewalks have been 
renewed, including some stringers. 

Dover Street Bridge. — On August 10, 1910, a fire on an adjoining 
wharf at the southwest corner of this bridge destroyed part 
of the sidewalk planks, surface, facia, roadway plank, paving 
and steel I-beams under the sidewalk. The damaged parts 
were renewed and the work has been completed. 

Neponset Avenue Bridge. — The surface of the Boston approach 
of this bridge has been renewed, some stringers replaced with 
new ones and new piles have been driven in the fender guards 
to replace broken or decayed ones. 

Summer Street Bridge (over Fort Point channel). — The flooring 
of the draw foundation at this bridge has been entirely 
renewed. 

Tollgate Bridge. — During the past year a footbridge was built 
from Hyde Park avenue to Washington street over the loca- 
tion of the Providence Division of the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad. It is a steel truss bridge sup- 
ported on steel trestles with a wooden flooring and wooden 
steps for approaches. 

The following-named bridges need extensive repairs: 

Chelsea South. — The draw of this bridge is much too light to 
carry the traffic which goes over it, and the conditions there 
are a source of great inconvenience to the traveling public. 
The bridge is operated by steam, and there is but one boiler. 
It is almost impossible to operate it by hand, and in case of 
any accident to the boiler there is no reserve boiler as on the 
other bridges operated by steam. There is now an appro- 
priation available for building a temporary bridge for use 
until such time as a permanent bridge is built. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 41 

Cottage Street Footbridge. — The entire length of this bridge 
needs repairing, and the fences, about 3,000 feet, should be 
painted. 

Meridian Street Bridge.- — ■ An appropriation has been made to 
cover the expense of partially rebuilding this bridge, and the 
work will be done during the coming year. 

North Beacon Street. — This bridge is in very poor condition, and 
should be rebuilt during the coming year. 

Southampton Street (over sluiceway). — The wooden bulkheads 
are in very poor shape, and the general condition very dan- 
gerous. This bridge should be rebuilt at once. 

Winthrop Bridge. — This bridge is in very poor condition. The 
amount paid for repairs annually would more than pay the 
interest on a loan sufficient to build a suitable bridge. The 
present bridge structure is too long, and the waterway could 
be partially filled and a new bridge built, of a much shorter 
length. Something should be done to replace this bridge at 
once. 

The following is a summary of miscellaneous repairs 
on the various bridges during the past year : 

Tide-water Bridges. 

Atlantic Avenue. — Sheathed; put in oak headers. 

Broadway Draw. — Patched deck and sheathing three times;, 
rebuilt draw and approaches; repaired pier twice; sheathed 
complete. 

Charlestown. — Patched sheathing four times; repaired oak 
headers five times; sheathed complete twice; repaired side- 
walks and bulkheads; repaired run to float; new gate posts; 
trimmed draw; painted power room inside. 

Chelsea North. — Repaired oak headers three times; patched 
sheathing three times; trimmed draw; repaired sidewalk; 
repaired waterway ; repaired rests for draw twice ; put in two 
trucks; repaired gate. 

Chelsea South. — Repaired gates; repaired latch; sheathed both 
sides twice; new oak headers; trimmed draw; patched 
sheathing twice; patched bulkhead; repaired doors and steps 
of house. 

Chelsea Street. — Trimmed draw twice; built locker; painted 
landing stairs; painted signals on draw; painted roof of oil- 
house; patched sheathing. 

Commercial Point. — Sheathed and put in new flaps; patched 
sheathing. 

Congress Street. — Sheathed three times; oak headers three 
times; repaired gutter and latch; repaired sidewalks; new 
beam for gearing; patched sheathing twice; two new side- 
walks; painted draw; shelter houses and fence; painted 
chords under sidewalks. 



42 City Document No. 35. 

Dorchester Avenue Draw. — Patched deck and sheathing three 
times; sheathed complete; new headers twice; new stairs to 
pit ; painted draw house and motor house ; repaired gate and 
gate posts; rebuilt both draws; cleaned and painted iron- 
work of both draws; planked pier. 

Dover Street. — Patched deck and sheathing six times; oak 
headers three times; sheathed downstream side; painted 
shelter houses and set glass; repaired sidewalk and roadway; 
cleaned and painted iron beams. 

L Street. — Painted draw house inside and out; repaired side- 
walks; removed waterway; patched sheathing; new oak 
headers. 

Maiden. — Trimmed draw; sheathed both sides; repaired wheel 
guards; repaired fence; painted draw house outside and 
inside; repaired sidewalk; repaired header; patched sheath- 
ing. 

Meridian Street. — Painted draw house inside and out ; repaired 
fence on draw twice; painted fence; patched sheathing; new 
oak headers; repaired wheel guard; sheathed both sides; 
repaired waterway of pier; repaired latches on draw; 
repaired house. 

Neponset. — Patched deck and sheathing five times ; repaired 
fender guard; new oak headers. 

North Beacon Street. — Repaired hinges ; patched deck and 
sheathing three times; sheathed draw complete. 

Northern Avenue.- — Built cover for jack slides; sheathed road- 
ways three times; patched sheathing five times; repaired 
oak headers twice. 

Summer Street. — Patched deck and sheathing four times; 
repaired draw house; repaired shelter house and motor house; 
painted draw house, shelter house and motor house; sheathed 
both sides; oak headers twice; rebuilt both draws; cleaned 
and painted both draws. 

Warren. — Repaired track; repaired draw; patched sheathing 
nine times; repaired headers six times; sheathed complete; 
new oak headers; repaired rest on draw; repaired sidewalks 
three times; repaired gates; repaired landing three times; 
repaired house; patched deck twice; repaired pier ; repaired 
fence twice; repaired wheel guard; painted both draws; 
painted house inside and out; repaired and painted stable on 
bridge; painted fence; repaired boiler room; built new gate; 
trimmed draw. 

Western Avenue to Watertown. — Patched deck and sheathing; 
repaired wheel guard; rebuilt draw and approaches; painted 
ironwork. 

Inland Bridges. 

Albany Street. — Patched and sheathed deck twice. 
Allston. — Sheathed part of one side; patched sheathing. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 43 

Ashland Street. — Sheathed between tracks. 

Ashmont Bridge. — Rebuilt. 

Baker Street. — Sheathed. 

Beacon Street (B. & A.). — Sheathed uptown side; patched 

downtown side twice. 
Blakemore Street. — Patched sheathing; rebuilt roadway and 

sidewalks; cleaned and painted ironwork. 
Blue Hill Avenue. — Patched sheathing and repaired sidewalks; 

sheathed both sides. 
Bolton Street. — Repaired sidewalks. 
Boston Street. — Sheathed uptown side. 
Boylston Street (B. & A.). — Sheathed; patched sheathing 

once. 
Broadway (B. & A.). — Cleaned and painted girders of span 

over main tracks; patched deck and sheathing eleven 

times. 
Brookline Avenue. — Patched sheathing twice. 
Cambridge Street (B. & M.). — Repaired sidewalks twice. 
Central Avenue. — New beams; deck and sheathing. 
Columbus Avenue. — Sheathed both sides; cleaned and painted 

I-beams under sidewalks; rebuilt sidewalks. 
Cottage Street Footbridge. — Lowered approach; repaired piling. 
Dartmouth Street. — Patched sheathing three times. 
Dorchester Avenue (over Plymouth Division).- — Patched uptown 

side; sheathed uptown side; patched deck. 
Ferdinand Street. — Sheathed ; patched sheathing. 
Florence Street.— Sheathed. 
Gainsborough Street Footbridge. — Repaired steps. 
Gold Street. — Repaired and painted fence. 
Harvard Street. — Sheathed one side. 
Hyde Park Avenue. — Sheathed complete. 
Massachusetts Avenue (over Providence Division). — Patched 

sheathing twice; sheathed both sides; sheathed center 

roadway. 
Milton. — Repaired deck twice ; repaired paving ; patched 

deck and put in new beams. 
Norfolk Street (South, near Mattapan Station). — Sheathed. 
Oakland Street. — Sheathed both sides; patched sidewalk. 
Perkins Street Footbridge. — Repaired steps twice; built new 

steps one side; patched deck. 
Shawmut Avenue. — Cleaned and painted girders and fences. 
Southampton Street (over sluiceway) . — Patched deck and sheath- 
ing; rebuilt bridge. 
Southampton Street (over railroad). — Sheathed both sides. 
West Fourth Street. — Sheathed complete; patched sheathing 

three times; repaired sidewalk. 
West Newton Street. — Sheathed. 
Winthrop Bridge. — Sheathed; patched deck twice; patched 

sheathing; new wheel guards; repaired sidewalk. 



44 



City Document No. 35. 



Bridge Service. — Financial Statement. 

Note. — There was no specific appropriation made for the Bridge Service, 
but the sum of $225,000 was set aside from the appropriation for Highway 
Division to cover expenditures for Bridge Service, including the bridges in 
charge of the Boston and Cambridge Bridge Commission. 

Appropriation . $225,000 00 

Revenue: From Boston & Albany Railroad (one- 
half the expense of repairs on Albany 
Street Bridge during 1909) . . 311 64 



Total, appropriation and revenue 



$225,311 64 



Expended, February 1, 1910, to January 31, 1911: 

Account Boston bridges $201,995 00 

Account Boston and Cambridge Bridges . . 22,006 57 



Total expended $224,001 57 

Balance unexpended January 31, 1911 . . . 1,310 07 

$225,311 64 

Amount expended on Boston bridges and charged 

to Highway Division $201,995 00 

Amount expended on Boston bridges and charged 

to special appropriations . . . . . 79,064 68 

Total expended on Boston bridges . . $281,059 68 
Total expended on Boston and Cambridge 

bridges 22,006 57 

Grand total of expenditures .... $303,066 15 



Expenditures on Boston Bridges 1910. 



(1.) Office Expenses: 

Salaries : Engineer, super- 
visor, clerk and messenger, 
Printing, postage, and station- 



),867 61 



ery 


420 24 




Advertising 


82 17 




Telephones 


197 22 




Fares, etc. 


66 72 




Sundries . 


402 70 


$7',036 66 






Carried forward . 


$7,036 66 



Street Department — Highy^ay Division. 45 



Brought forward .... 

(2.) Bridges: 

Salaries of drawtenders and 
caretakers 

Lighting . 

Fuel 

Water 

Oil . 

Hardware and supplies 

Sweeping and removing snow 

Sand .... 

Furnishings 

Repairing buildings, plumb- 
ing, etc. 

Repairing piers, etc. 

Electric power 

Boats and repairing to same, 

General repairs, roadways, etc. 
Lumber . . $21,912 25 
Nails . 471 82 

Ironwork, ma- 
chine repairs, 
etc. . 4,839 55 

Flagmen . . 93 61 

Paint and stock, 722 67 
Labor 15,955 66 

Inspection . 360 00 



(3.) Yard and Stable: 

Yard: Employees: 

Clerk, janitor, 

teamster, 

watchmen . $5,086 

Machinist and 

electrician . 2,326 



$122,246 47 

916 71 

2,811 63 

79 80 

1,398 63 

1,561 17 

852 60 

21 77 

146 67 

603 67 

1,195 71 

3,310 21 

139 50 



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Lighting .... 

Furnishings 
Building repairs: 

Plumbing and 
general re- 
pairs . . . $119 

Labor . . 323 



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155 35 
101 36 

40 75 



47 
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$7,036 66 



179,640 10 



443 40 



Total yard 
Carried forward . 



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$8,153 61 $186,676 76 



46 City Document No. 35. 



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Feed for horses 


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Veterinary 


96 


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Total yard and stable 






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Total expenditures 


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Income. 

The total amount received by the City Collector on 
account of bridges during the fiscal year was $105.72, 
which includes $15.72 on account of the Boston and 
Cambridge Bridges. The items are as follows : 

Account, Boston and Cambridge bridges, junk . $15 72 
Account, Boston bridges, junk . $65 00 

Rents, Thomas M. O'Connor . 25 00 

90 00 



$105 72 



LIST OF BOSTON BRIDGES. 

I. — Bridges Wholly Maintained by Boston. 

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

In Charge of Highway Division, Bridge Service. 

Allston, over Boston & Albany Railroad at Cambridge street, 

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

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

Division. 

* Atlantic avenue, over Fort Point channel. 
Baker street, at Brook Farm, West Roxbury. 
Beacon street, over outlet to Back Bay Fens. 
Beacon street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Bennington street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Berkeley street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Berwick park (footbridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, 

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

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

Division. 
Boylston street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Broadway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Broadway, over Fort Point channel. 
Brookline avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Brooks street, Brighton, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Byron street, over Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad. 
Charlesgate, over Ipswich street. 

* Charlestown, from Boston to Charlestown. 

* Chelsea South, over south channel, Mystic river. 

* Chelsea street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 49 

Columbus avenue, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

* Commercial Point, or Tenean, Dorchester. 

* Congress street, over Fort Point channel. 

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

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

channel. 

* Dover street, over Fort Point channel. 
Ferdinand street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Florence street, over Stony brook, West Roxbury. 
Gainsborough street (footbridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. Rail- 
road, Providence Division. 

Gold street (footbridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, 

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

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

streets. 

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

Providence Division. 

* Meridian street, from East Boston to Chelsea. 

* Northern avenue, over Fort Point channel. 

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

Southampton street, east of N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Mid- 
land Division. 

Summer street, over A street. 

Summer street, over B street. 

Summer street, over C street. 

* Summer street, over Fort Point channel. 

Tollgate way (footbridge), over Providence Division, from 
Washington street to Hyde Park avenue, Forest Hills. 

* Warren, from Boston to Charlestown. 

West Newton street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Provi- 
dence Division. 

West Rutland square (footbridge), over N. Y., N. H. & H. 
Railroad, Providence Division. 

Winthrop, from Breed's Island to Winthrop. 

In Charge of Highway Division and Park Department. 

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

Division. 
Columbia road, over Shoreham street. 



50 City Document No. 35. 

In Charge of Park Department. 

Agassiz, in Fens. 

Arborway, in Arborway, over Stony brook. 

Audubon, in Riverway, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 

Bernier street (footbridge), over Muddy river. 

Boylston, in Fens, over waterway. 

Bridle path, in Riverway, over Muddy river. 

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

Ellicott Arch, in Franklin Park. 

Fens, in Fens. 

Forest Hills, in Franklin Park. 

Leverett pond (foot), in Leverett Park. 

Neptune, in Wood Island Park, over Boston, Revere Beach & 

Lynn Railroad. 
Scarboro pond (foot), in Franklin Park. 
Wood Island (foot), in Wood Island Park. 

In Charge of Public Grounds Department. 
Public Garden (footbridge). 

II. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Part within 

its Limits. 
In Charge of Highway Division (Bridge Service) . 

Central avenue, from Dorchester to Milton. 

* Chelsea North, from Charlestown to Chelsea. 

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

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

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Watertown. 

In Charge of Park Department. 

Bellevue street, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Bernier street (footbridge), over Muddy river. 
Brookline avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Huntington avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 
Longwood avenue, in the Riverway, over Muddy river. 

III. — Bridges or which Boston Pays a Part of the Cost 

of Maintenance. 
In Charge of Highway Division (Bridge Service) . 
Albany street, over Boston & Albany Railroad (over freight 
tracks). 



Street Department — Highway Division. 51 

Ashmont street, junction Dorchester avenue and Talbot avenue, 

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

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

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

Division, near Dorchester station. 

In Charge of Commissioners for Boston and Cambridge Bridges. 

Brookline street from Brighton to Cambridge. 
Cambridge, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* Cambridge street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Harvard, from Boston to Cambridge. 

* North Harvard street, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

* Prison Point, from Charlestown to Cambridge. 

* Western avenue, from Brighton to Cambridge. 

IV. — Bridges of which Boston Maintains the Wearing 

Surface. 

In Charge of Highway Division (Bridge Service). 

Bennington street, over the Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

Division. 
Brookline street, Brighton to Cambridge, portion over the 

Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Cambridge street, Charlestown, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 
Chelsea, over Boston & Maine Railroad. 

Curtis street, East Boston, over the Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Dorchester avenue, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 

Division. 
Everett street, over Boston & Albany Railroad, Brighton. 
Maverick street, East Boston, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Norfolk street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland Divi- 
sion, near Mattapan station. 
Oakland street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Midland 

Division, Mattapan. 
Perkins street (footbridge), over Boston & Maine Railroad. 
Porter street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Prescott street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Reservoir Road, Brighton, over Boston & Albany Railroad, 

Newton Branch. 
Saratoga street, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 
Southampton street, over N. Y., N. H. & H. Railroad, Plymouth 

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

Division. 
Sumner street, East Boston, over Boston & Albany Railroad. 



52 City Document No. 35. 

Webster street, East Boston (footbridge), over Boston & Albany 

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

Division. 

V. — Bridge Maintained by Charles River Basin 
Commission. 

Charles River Dam (formerly Craigie's Bridge). 

VI. — Bridge Maintained by Metropolitan Park 

Commission. 
Mattapan Bridge. 

VII. — Bridges Maintained by Railroad Corporations. 
1st. — Boston & Albany Railroad. 

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

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

Main street. 
Mystic avenue. 

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

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

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

Division. 
Dorchester avenue. 
Morton street, Dorchester. 
Washington street, Dorchester. 
Silver street. 
West Broadway. 
West Fifth street. 
West Fourth street. 
West Second street. 
West Sixth street. 
West Third street. 

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

Division. 
Adams street. 
Cedar Grove Cemetery. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 53 

Freeport street. 
Med way street. 
Savin Hill avenue. 



7th. — New York. New Haven <£ Hartford Railroad, Providence 

Division. 

Albany street. (New part.) 

Baker street, West Roxbury. 

Beech street, West Roxbury. 

Bellevue street, West Roxbury. 

Berkeley street. (New part.) 

Broadway. (New part.) 

Canterbury street, West Roxbury. 

Castle square. 

Centre and Mt. Vernon streets, West Roxbury. 

Columbus avenue. (New part.) 

Dartmouth street. (New part.) 

Gardner street, West Roxbury. 

Harrison avenue. (New part.) 

Park street, West Roxbury. 

Walworth street, West Roxbury. 

Washington street. (New part.) 



Recapitulation of Bridges. 

Number wholly maintained by Boston: 

In charge of Highway Division ... 55 
In charge of Highway Division and Park 

Department 2 

In charge of Park Department . . . 17 

In charge of Public Grounds Department . 1 



13 



— 75 

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

III. Number of which Boston pays a part of the 

cost of maintenance: 
In charge of Highway Division ... 4 
In charge of Commissioners for Boston and 

Cambridge Bridges 7 

— 11 

IV. Number of which Boston maintains the wear- 

ing surface 22 

V. Number maintained by Charles River Basin 

Commission . 1 

VI. Number maintained by Metropolitan Park 

Commission 1 



54 City Document No. 35. 

VII. Number maintained by railroad corporations: 

1. Boston & Albany Railroad ... 5 

2. Boston & Maine and Boston & Albany 

Railroads 2 

3. Boston & Maine Railroad, Eastern 

Division 1 

4. Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Rail- 

road 1 

5. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Midland Division . . 10 

6. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Plymouth Division . . 5 

7. New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, Providence Division . 16 

— 40 

Total number 163 



Land and Buildings in Charge of Highway Division 
(Bridge Service). 

South Yard and Stable. — 170 Broadway extension, South Bos- 
ton — 5,516 feet of land on Broadway extension and Dor- 
chester avenue, on which is a brick building containing an 
office, workshop and stable. 

Atlantic Avenue Bridge. — Draw house, motor house and tool 
house. 

Broadway Bridge. — Draw house and one storehouse. 

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

Chelsea North Bridge. — Draw house. 

Chelsea South Bridge. — Draw house and engine house. 

Congress Street Bridge. — Draw house, storehouse and two shel- 
ter houses. 

Cottage Street Footbridge.- — Watchman's house. 

Dover Street Bridge. — Draw house and two shelter houses. 

Dorchester Avenue Bridge. — Draw house, tool shed, two motor 
houses, one controller house. 

L Street Bridge. — Draw house, engine house. 

Maiden Bridge. — Draw house. 

Meridian Street Bridge. — Draw house. 

Neponset Bridge. — Tool house. 

Northern Avenue Bridge. — Draw house, containing a power 
room and storage room for compressed air. 

Summer Street Bridge. — Draw house, controller house, two 
shelter houses. 

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

Western Avenue Bridge to Watertown. — Tool house. 



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Charlestown (main channel) 

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Chelsea (north channel) 

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Chelsea street 

Commercial Point (or Tenean) 

Congress street 

Dorchester avenue 

Dover street 

Grand Junction Railroad 

Grand Junction Railroad 

Granite 

Harvard (Boston side) 

Harvard (Cambridge side) 

L street 

Lock 

Maiden 

Meridian street (East Boston side) . . . 



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Boston to Charlestown. . 

Over Miller's river 

Boston to Charlestown. . 



Boston to East Cambridge. . 



Boston to Charlestown. 



Over Miller's river 

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



Charlestown to Chelsea. 



East Boston to Chelsea. . 

Dorchester 

Over Fort Point channel . 



Brighton to Cambridge. 
East Boston to Chelsea. 
Dorchester to Milton. . . 
Boston to Cambridge . . . 



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Stkeet Department — Highway Division. 57 



Table Showing Widths of Openings, etc. — Concluded. 



Name of Bridge. 



Location. 



Width. 



Meridian street (Chelsea side) 

Neponset 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Y-connection 

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad, Plymouth Division 

North Beacon street 

North Harvard street 

Northern avenue 

Prison Point 

Summer street 

Warren 

Western avenue 

Western avenue 



East Boston to Chelsea. 
Dorchester to Quincy. . . 



Over Fort Point channel. 



Dorchester to Quincy 

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



59 feet inches. 
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50 


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36 


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35 


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Street Department — Highway Division. 59 



RULES AND REGULATIONS TO GOVERN THE 
OPENING OF THE DRAWS IN THE BRIDGES 
CROSSING BOSTON HARBOR, MASSACHU- 
SETTS, AND THE NAVIGABLE WATERS 
TRIBUTARY THERETO. 



The Law. 



The River and Harbor Act of August 18, 1894, con- 
tains the following section : 

Sect. 5. That it shall be the duty of all persons owning, 
operating, and tending the drawbridges now built, or which 
may hereafter be built across the navigable rivers and other 
waters of the United States, to open, or cause to be opened, the 
draws of such bridges under such rules and regulations as in the 
opinion of the Secretary of War the public interests require 
to govern the opening of drawbridges for the passage of vessels 
and other water crafts, and such rules and regulations, when 
so made and published, shall have the force of law. Every 
such person who shall willfully fail or refuse to open, or cause 
to be opened, the draw of any such bridge for the passage of a 
boat or boats, or who shall unreasonably delay the opening of 
said draw after reasonable signal shall have been given, as pro- 
vided in such regulations, shall be deemed guilty of a misde- 
meanor, and on conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine 
of not more than two thousand dollars nor less than one thou- 
sand dollars, or by imprisonment (in the case of a natural person) 
for not exceeding one year, or by both such fine and imprison- 
ment, in the discretion of the court : Provided, That the proper 
action to enforce the provisions of this section may be com- 
menced before any commissioner, judge, or court of the United 
States, and such commissioner,, judge, or court shall proceed 
in respect thereto as authorized by law in case of crimes against 
the United States: Provided further, That whenever, in the 
opinion of the Secretary of War, the public interests require it, 
he may make rules and regulations to govern the opening of 
drawbridges for the passage of vessels and other water crafts, 
and such rules and regulations, when so made and published, 
shall have the force of law, and any violation thereof shall be 
punished as hereinbefore provided. 

The Rules and Regulations. 

In accordance with the law above quoted, the following 
rules and regulations are prescribed to govern the open- 



60 City Document No. 35. 

ing of the draws in the bridges crossing Boston Harbor, 
and the navigable waters tributary to the said harbor. 

Bridges without Closed Hours. 

1. The draw in each and every bridge hereafter 
named in this paragraph shall, upon the signal prescribed 
in paragraph 7 below being given, be opened promptly 
at all hours for the passage of any vessel or vessels or 
other water craft not able to pass underneath it: Pro- 
vided, That when the draw in any of the said bridges 
shall have been open for ten (10) minutes or longer, it 
may be closed for the crossing of trains, cars, vehicles or 
individuals if any be waiting to cross, and after being so 
closed for ten (10) minutes or for such shorter time as 
may be necessary for the said trains, cars, vehicles or 
individuals to cross, it shall be again opened promptly 
for the passage of vessels or other water craft if there be 
any such desiring to pass. The requirements of this 
paragraph shall apply to each and every one of the fol- 
lowing-named bridges, so called, to wit: 

Across Chelsea Creek or Chelsea River. — Meridian Street Bridge, 
Chelsea Street Bridge and Grand Junction Railroad Bridge. 

Across Mystic River. — Wellington Bridge. 

Across Maiden River. — Maiden River Bridge on Revere Beach 
Parkway and Medford Street Bridge at Maiden. 

Across Charles River. — Grand Junction Railroad Bridge, Cam- 
bridge Street Bridge, Western Avenue Bridge, North Harvard 
Street Bridge, Arsenal Street (Western Avenue) Bridge and 
North Beacon Street (Market Street) Bridge. 

Across Reserved Channel. — L Street Bridge, South Boston. 

Across N&ponset River.- — New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad Bridge, Neponset Avenue Bridge and Granite Bridge. 

Across Weymouth Fore River. — Quincy Point Bridge and East 
Braintree Bridge. 

Across Weymouth Back River. — Hingham Bridge. 

Across Crystal Cove. — Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad 
Bridge. 

Across Tenean Creek. — Commercial Point or Tenean Bridge. 

Bridges with Closed Hours. 

2. Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 4.30 p. m., and 
between the hours of 7 p. m. and 6.30 a. m. on week days, 
and at all hours on Sundays, and on legal holidays ob- 
served in the locality, the draws in each and every bridge 
hereafter named in this paragraph shall, upon the signal 
prescribed in paragraph 7 below being given, be opened 



Street Department — Highway Division. 61 

promptly for the passage of any vessel or vessels or 
other water craft not able to pass underneath it: Pro- 
vided, That when the draw in any of the said bridges 
shall have been open for ten (10) minutes or for such 
shorter period as may be necessary for the passage of 
vessels or other water craft desiring to pass, between the 
hours aforesaid, it shall be closed for the crossing of 
trains, cars, vehicles or individuals if any be waiting to 
cross, and after being so closed for ten (10) minutes or 
for such shorter time as may be necessary for the said 
trains, cars, vehicles or individuals to cross, it shall be 
again opened promptly for the passage of vessels or 
other water craft if there be any such desiring to pass. 
Between the hours of 6.30 a. m. and 9 a. m., and between 
the hours of 4.30 p. m. and 7 p. m., the draws in the 
bridges hereafter named in this paragraph shall not be 
required to be opened on week days for the passage of 
any vessel, vessels or other water craft excepting during 
the periods between 7.05 a. m. and 7.15 a. m., between 
8 a. m. and 8.10 a. m., between 5.20 p. m. and 5.30 p. m., 
and between 6.20 p. m. and 6.30 p. m., and excepting 
also as provided in paragraphs 4, 5 and 1 1 of these rules 
and regulations. The requirements of this paragraph 
shall apply to each and every one of the following-named 
bridges, so called, to wit: 

Across Mystic River. — Chelsea Bridge South, Chelsea Bridge 
North, Maiden Bridge, Boston & Maine (Eastern Division) 
Railroad Bridge and Boston & Maine (Western Division) 
Railroad Bridge. 

Across Charles River. — Harvard Bridge. 

Across Fort Point Channel. — Northern Avenue Bridge, Con- 
gress Street Bridge and Summer Street Bridge. 

3. Between the hours of 9.10 a. m. and 4.15 p. m. 
and between the hours of 7.40 p. m. and 6.15 a. m. on 
week days, and at all hours on Sundays, and on legal 
holidays observed in the locality, the draws in each and 
every bridge hereafter named in this paragraph shall, 
upon the signal prescribed in paragraph 7 below being- 
given, be opened promptly for the passage of any vessel 
or vessels or other water craft not able to pass under- 
neath it : Provided, That when the draw in any of the said 
bridges shall have been opened for ten (10) minutes or 
for such shorter period as may be necessary for the 
passage of vessels or other water craft desiring to pass, 
between the hours aforesaid, it shall be closed for the 



62 City Document No. 35. 

crossing of trains, cars, vehicles or individuals, if any be 
waiting to cross, and after being so closed for ten (10) 
minutes or for such shorter time as may be necessary for 
the said trains, cars, vehicles or individuals to cross, it 
shall be again opened promptly for the passage of vessels 
or other water craft, if there be any such desiring to 
pass. Between the hours of 6.15 a. m. and 9.10 a. m. 
and between the hours of 4.15 p. m. and 7.40 p. m., the 
draws in the bridges hereafter named in this paragraph 
shall not be required to be opened on week days for the 
passage of any vessel, vessels or other water craft ex- 
cepting that when the tide is high at Charlestown Navy 
Yard between 6.15 a. m. and 9.10 a. m., the draw- 
bridges hereafter named in this paragraph shall be 
opened for a period between 6.15 a. m. and 9.10 a. m. 
not exceeding ten (10) minutes and within forty-five (45) 
minutes before or after said high tide for the passage of 
all vessels or other water craft when of a draft of twelve 
(12) feet or over, if there be any such desiring to pass; 
the exact time of opening within the prescribed limits 
of 45 minutes before and after said high tide to be pre- 
scribed by the railroad companies, due regard being had 
for causing minimum interference with railroad sched- 
ules, highway traffic, and the interests of navigation. 
The opening time of each bridge shall be so fixed as to 
permit continuous passage through the next and follow- 
ing bridges located in direction of course of vessel or 
other water craft. 

Across Charles River. — Charlestown Bridge, Warren Bridge, 
Boston & Maine (formerly Fitchburg) Railroad Bridge, for 
teams, Boston & Maine (formerly Fitchburg) Railroad 
Bridge, Boston & Maine Railroad Bridge, Boston & Maine 
(formerly Eastern) Railroad Bridge, Boston & Maine (formerly 
Lowell Passenger) Railroad Bridge, Boston & Maine (formerly 
Lowell Freight) Railroad Bridge, Craigie Temporary Bridge, 
Boston Elevated Railway Bridge and Charles River Dam 
Bridge. 

Across Fort Point Channel. — Dorchester Avenue Bridge, 
Atlantic Avenue (Cove Street) Bridge, New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad Bridge, New York, New Haven 
& Hartford (Y connection) Railroad Bridge, Broadway 
Bridge, Dover Street Bridge and New York, New Haven & 
Hartford (South Bay Junction) Railroad Bridge. 

4. The draw in Chelsea Bridge North shall, upon 
the signal prescribed in paragraph 7 below being given, 



Street Department — Highway Division. 63 

be opened promptly at all hours for the passage of any 
vessel, vessels or other water craft whose draft is eigh- 
teen (18) feet or more; and any vessel, vessels or other 
water craft proceeding upstream that during any of the 
periods on week days from 7.05 a. m. to 7.15 a. m., 8 a. m. 
to 8.10 a. m., 5.20 p. m. to 5.30 p. m., and 6.20 p. m. to 
6.30 p. m., shall have passed through Chelsea Bridge 
North, or through any other bridge across Mystic River 
between Chelsea Bridge North, and Boston & Maine 
(Western Division) Railroad Bridge, shall be passed 
promptly on signal through each and all of the bridges 
located upstream from Chelsea Bridge North, the pro- 
visions of paragraph 2 of these rules and regulations to 
the contrary notwithstanding; and any vessel, vessels 
or other water craft proceeding downstream that 
during any of the aforesaid periods shall have passed 
through Boston & Maine (Western Division) Railroad 
Bridge or through any other bridge across Mystic River 
between Boston & Maine (Western Division) Railroad 
Bridge and Chelsea Bridge North shall be passed 
promptly on signal through each and all of the bridges 
located downstream from Boston & Maine (Western 
Division) Railroad Bridge, the provisions of paragraph 
2 of these rules and regulations to the contrary not- 
withstanding. 

5. The draws in Northern Avenue Bridge, Congress 
Street Bridge and Summer Street Bridge shall, upon 
the signal prescribed in paragraph 7 below being given, 
be opened promptly at all hours for the passage of any 
vessel, vessels, or other water craft whose draft is eigh- 
teen (18) feet or more. 

Any vessel, vessels or other water craft proceeding 
upstream through Northern Avenue Bridge shall be 
afforded continuous passage through Congress Street 
Bridge and Summer Street Bridge; and any vessel, 
vessels or other water craft proceeding downstream 
through Summer Street Bridge shall be afforded con- 
tinuous passage through Congress Street Bridge and 
Northern Avenue Bridge, the provisions of paragraph 2 
of these rules and regulations to the contrary notwith- 
standing. 

General Rules. 

6. The length of time that a draw has been open shall 
be computed from the time that the draw span begins 



64 City Document No. 35. 

to move in opening, and the length of time that a draw 
has been closed shall be computed from the time that 
the draw span ceases to move in closing. 

7. When a vessel or other water craft intends to pass 
through the draw of one of the bridges covered by these 
rules and regulations, the master or pilot of the vessel 
or craft shall, on approaching within signalling distance, 
signify his intention to pass through the bridge by 
sounding with a whistle or horn the signal prescribed 
below, viz.: 

General Signals. 

For Meridian Street Bridge: Two (2) long blasts 
followed immediately by two (2) short blasts and one 
(1) long blast. 

For all other bridges: Two (2) long blasts followed 
immediately by two (2) short blasts. 



Special Signals. 

For Chelsea Bridge North, by vessels drawing eigh- 
teen (18) feet or more: Four (4) long blasts. 

For Northern Avenue, Congress Street and Summer 
Street Bridges, by vessels drawing eighteen (18) feet or 
more : Four (4) long blasts. 

The signal given by a master or pilot shall be imme- 
diately answered from the bridge by three (3) long 
blasts of a whistle or horn unless under these rules and 
regulations a delay in opening the draw is permitted, and 
in case of such a delay the signal shall be immediately 
answered by two (2) long blasts. A long blast of a 
whistle or horn as herein provided shall continue for 
three (3) seconds and a short blast for one (1) second. 

8. Upon hearing or perceiving the signals prescribed 
in paragraph 7, or upon verbal request from the master 
or pilot of any vessel or other water craft waiting at the 
bridge, the tender or operator of the draw of the bridge 
signalled shall at once open the draw for the prompt 
passage of any vessel or other water craft unless under 
these rules and regulations a delay in opening the draw 
is permitted : Provided, That the draw may not be opened 
if there is a train, car or other vehicle at the time passing 
over said draw, or if a train or car is approaching so 
closely that it cannot be safely stopped before reaching 



Street Department — Highway Division. 65 

the draw, but the draw shall be opened as soon as it 
can be cleared, and no person, vehicle, car or train shall 
be permitted to begin to cross the draw after it has been 
signalled to open, excepting as herein provided. 

9. Trains, cars, vehicles, or persons shall not be 
stopped on any draw span for the purpose of delaying 
the opening of the draw, nor shall any vessel or other 
water craft be so handled or placed as to delay the open- 
ing or closing of any draw span, but all passage over, 
under or through a draw span shall be prompt so as to 
reduce delays to water and bridge traffic to a minimum. 
Upon notice from the Secretary of War so to do, the 
owner or owners of any bridge whose draw is held closed 
as authorized in paragraph 2 of these rules and regu- 
lations shall station and maintain at such bridge a tug 
to aid vessels and other water craft in passing expedi- 
tiously through the draw thereof. 

10. The owner or owners of every bridge covered by 
these rules and regulations shall maintain in good and 
efficient order the draw span and the machinery and 
appliances for operating the same and for assisting 
vessels while passing through the draw. The said 
owner or owners shall also provide and maintain at the 
draw span such number of drawtenders or operators as 
may be necessary to open and close the same promptly; 
and they shall also provide and maintain in good order 
on the bridge piers or fenders such fixtures as may be 
necessary to vessels in mooring or making fast while 
waiting for the draw span to open. \ 

11. These rules and regulations shall not apply to 
steam vessels owned or leased by the United States, 
nor shall they apply to vessels employed by the City of 
Boston or other municipality for police and fire pro- 
tection. All such United States and municipal vessels 
shall be passed without delay through the draws of all 
bridges, at any hour of the day or night, upon signalling 
by four (4) long blasts of the whistle. 

12. These rules and regulations shall take effect on 
May 12, 1910, and all regulations or parts of regulations 
in conflict therewith are hereby revoked to take effect 
on that date. 

J. M. Dickinson, 

Secretary of War. 

War Department, May 12, 1910. 



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HIGHWAY DIVISION (Paving Service). 

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

Charles street, from Boylston street across Beacon street, 
about 1,427 feet in length, was repaved with special five (5) 
inch granite blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base with pitch and pebble joints, by Coleman Brothers, under 
contract, who also did the excavating and regulating. Part 
of the old paving blocks were hauled by the contractor to Har- 
vard avenue, Brighton, part to the Massachusetts avenue lot, 
a small amount to Dartmouth street and the balance to District 
No. 3 Yard and District No. 4 Yard. The edgestone and side- 
walk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The track area was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway 
Company. The former surface was granite blocks on a gravel 
base with pitch and pebble joints. 

Dorchester avenue, between Mt. Washington avenue and 
Dorchester avenue bridge, about 917 feet in length, was 
repaved with the existing granite blocks on a gravel base with 
gravel joints, by Thomas Kiernan, under contract, who also 
did the regulating. The former pavement was granite blocks 
on a gravel base with pitch joints. 

North Market street, from Merchants row to Commercial 
street, about 645 feet in length, was repaved with large granite 
blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with 
pitch and pebble joints, by C. W. Dolloff & Co., under contract, 
who also did the excavating and regulating. The old paving 
blocks, crossing blocks and flagging were hauled by the con- 
tractor to the South Yard, Albany street. The edgestones and 
sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other materials necessary for the paving were 
furnished by the contractor. The former pavement was 
granite blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Washington street, from Green street to the Arborway, is 
about 3,442 feet in length. Work was commenced on this 
street in 1909 and was completed this year. The roadway was 
paved with special five (5) inch granite blocks on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base with pitch and pebble joints. 
This work was done under contract by John F. O'Connell, 
who also did the excavating and regulating. The old gutter 
blocks, cobblestones and crossing blocks were hauled to the 
Rosemary Street Yard by the contractor. The new paving 
blocks and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the 
line of the work. The new straight edgestone was furnished 
by the city at the South Yard and hauled by the contractor. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 67 

All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. The 
track area was paved with large granite blocks on a concrete 
base with pitch and pebble joints by the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company. The former surface was macadam. 

Washington street, from the northerly side of the Arborway 
to beyond the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
about 1,445 feet in length, was paved with special granite 
blocks, five (5) inches in depth, on a six (6) inch Portland 
cement concrete base, with pitch and pebble joints. This 
work was done under contract by James Doherty, who also 
did the excavating and regulating. The new straight edge- 
stone was furnished by the city at the South Yard and hauled 
by the contractor. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The old 
flagging and gutter blocks were hauled to the Child Street 
Yard by the contractor. The track area was repaved with 
large granite blocks on a concrete base, with pitch and pebble 
joints, by the Boston Elevated Railway Company. The 
former surface of this street was macadam. 

Asphalt. 

Doane street, from Broad street about 130 feet westerly, was 
resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving Company, under a 
three (3) year maintenance guarantee, with one and one-half 
(If) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing surface and one and 
one-half (If) inches of bituminous concrete binder upon the 
existing concrete base, which was cleaned off and brought to 
within three (3) inches of the finished surface of the roadway 
with Portland cement concrete. The regulating of the cross- 
walks and paving at Broad street was done by the contractor. 
This work was necessitated by settlements due to building 
operations. The former surface was Trinidad asphalt on a 
six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base. 

Kingston street, from Essex street to Beach street, about 492 
feet in length, was resurfaced by the Barber Asphalt Paving 
Company, under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee, with 
one and one-half (1^) inches of Trinidad asphalt wearing 
surface and one and one-half (1|) inches bituminous concrete 
binder, upon the existing concrete base, which was cleaned off 
and brought to within three (3) inches of the finished surface 
of the roadway with Portland cement concrete. The cross- 
walks at Essex and Beach streets were repaved with pitch and 
pebble joints by the contractor, who also did the regulating. 
The new paving blocks and nagging were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. The former surface of this street 
was Sicilian rock asphalt. 

Parkman street, from North Russell street to Blossom street, 
about 239 feet in length, was paved by the Warren Brothers 
Company, under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee, with 



68 City Document No. 35. 

one and one-half (1§) inches of Acme asphalt wearing surface 
and one and one-half (1|) inches of bituminous concrete binder 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base. The con- 
tractor also did the excavating and regulating. The new paving 
blocks, flagging and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The old paving blocks and 
flagging were hauled by the contractor to the Massachusetts 
avenue lot. The former pavement was granite blocks on a 
gravel base. 

Massachusetts avenue, southerly roadway, from Columbus 
avenue to Washington street, about 1,843 feet in length, was 
resurfaced by the Warren Brothers Company, under a five (5) 
year maintenance guarantee, with one and one-half (1|) inches 
of Acme asphalt wearing surface and one and one-half (1^) inches 
of bituminous concrete binder. Bituminous binder was used 
to make up the irregularities in the existing concrete base with 
the exception of a portion from Tremont street, about 100 feet 
easterly, which, on account of a change in grade, was removed 
and replaced with a new Portland cement concrete base. The 
contractor did the excavating arid regulating. The new edge- 
stone, sidewalk bricks and granite blocks were furnished by 
the city on the line of the work. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The former surface of this street 
was Trinidad asphalt. 

Wood Block Paving. 

Harvard street, from Washington street to Harrison avenue, 
about 414 feet in length, was paved with wood blocks on a six 
(6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with grout bed and 
joints, by J. H. McCarthy, under a five (5) year maintenance 
guarantee. The excavating and regulating were done by the 
contractor. The old granite blocks and flagging were hauled 
to the South Yard and to Forbes street by the contractor. The 
new granite blocks and sidewalks bricks were furnished by the 
city on the line of the work. All the other materials were fur- 
nished by the contractor. The former pavement was granite 
blocks on a gravel base with gravel joints. 

Milk street, between Pearl and Oliver streets; Pearl street, 
from Milk street about 148 feet southerly and Oliver street, 
from Milk street about 153 feet southerly, in all about 664 feet 
in length, were paved with wood blocks on Portland cement 
concrete base, with grout bed and joints, by James Doherty, 
under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The old concrete 
base was built up with new concrete to the proper subgrade. 
The contractor did the excavating and regulating. The old 
paving blocks were hauled to the South Yard by the contractor. 
All the new materials were furnished by the contractor. In 
connection with this work, Milk street, between Oliver and 
Batterymarch streets, and parts of Post Office square were 



Street Department — Highway Division. 69 

repaved with the old granite blocks on the existing concrete base, 
with pitch and pebble joints. The former pavement of Milk 
street, from Pearl to Oliver streets, and of Pearl street, was 
granite blocks on a concrete base, with cement grout joints. 
Milk street, from Oliver to Batterymarch streets, and Oliver 
street were formerly paved with granite blocks on a concrete 
base with pitch and pebble joints. 

Brick Block Paving. 

Dudley street, from Harrison avenue to Magazine street, about 
2,685 feet in length, was paved with Mack brick blocks on a 
six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with grout joints, 
by James Doherty, under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 
The contractor also did the excavating and regulating. The 
track area was paved by the Boston Elevated Railway Com- 
pany with the same materials as the rest of the street. The 
new edgestone and sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All the other new materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The old granite blocks were 
hauled to the Dimock Street Yard and the Massachusetts 
avenue lot by the contractor. The former surface of the street 
was granite blocks on a gravel base. 

Damrell street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony avenue, 
about 1,008 feet in length, was paved with Mack brick blocks. 
(See Assessment streets.) 

Hancock street, from Columbia road to Winter street, is about 
2,290 feet in length. The contract for paving this street with 
Mack brick blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete 
base, with grout joints, was awarded to the Central Construc- 
tion Company. The westerly side of the street for its entire 
length and easterly side for a distance of about 700 feet have 
been paved this season. Work will be resumed in the spring. 
The new edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other new materials were furnished by the 
contractor, who also did the excavating and regulating and 
hauled the old paving blocks to the Hancock Street Yard. The 
westerly track of the Boston Elevated Railway Company was 
paved by that company with the same material as the rest of 
the street. The street will be completed during the coming 
year. 

Heath street, from South Huntington avenue to Parker street, 
about 3,079 feet in length, was paved with Mack brick blocks 
on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with cement 
grout joints, by Field, Barker and Underwood, Inc., under a 
five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The contractor also did 
the excavating and regulating. Granite blocks on a six (6) inch 
concrete base, with cement grout joints, were substituted for 
the brick blocks from the westerly part of Lawn street to about 
65 feet west of Lawn street. The granite blocks were furnished 
by the city and hauled by the contractor. The nagging and 



70 City Document No. 35. 

sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The old granite blocks, flagging and cobblestones were hauled 
to the Dimock Street Yard by the contractor. The former 
surface of the street was macadam. 

Longwood avenue, between Huntington avenue and Brookline 
avenue, about 2,138 feet in length, was paved with Mack brick 
blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with 
grout joints, by Field, Barker and Underwood, Inc., under a 
five (5) year maintenance guarantee. A portion of the roadway, 
about 50 feet in length, at Huntington avenue, was paved with 
granite blocks on a six (6) inch Portland cement concrete base 
with grout joints. The contractor also did the excavating and 
regulating. The new straight edgestone, flagging and granite 
blocks were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. 
The sidewalk bricks and circular edgestone were furnished by 
the city on the lime of the work. The former surface of the 
street was macadam. 

Seneca street, from Harrison avenue to Albany street, about 
509 feet in length, was paved with Mack brick blocks on a six 
(6) inch Portland cement concrete base, with grout joints, by 
the Paving Service forces. All the materials were furnished by 
the city. 

Assessment Streets. 

The following streets have been constructed or are 
in the process of construction under the provisions of 
chapter 393 of the acts of 1906 and the acts in amend- 
ment or in addition thereto: 

Addison street, from Saratoga street across Pope street, is 
about 1,446 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty 
November 26, 1910. Work was begun November 28, 1910, 
and suspended December 28, 1910. The work done this year 
consisted in placing filling. Work will be resumed early in 
the spring. 

Aldrich street, from Belgrade avenue to Beech street, is 
about 1,754 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury 
Trap Rock Company April 30, 1910. Work was begun May 
4, 1910, and completed October 1, 1910. It is a forty (40) 
foot street with granite edgestone at the street corners; has 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 seeded loam spaces one and 
one-half (1|) feet in width. The straight edgestone and 
flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished 



Street Department — Highway Division. 71 

by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. Underdrains 
were laid, connecting the cinder foundations 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. 

Alpha road, from Walcleck street to Park street, is about 
958 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 13, 1910. 
Work was begun June 8, 1910, and completed August 15, 1910. 
It is a fifty (50) foot street, with a six (6) inch macadam road- 
way, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and seven (7) foot sidewalks, consisting of 
an artificial stone sidewalk four and one-half (4|) feet wide, 
and a seeded loam space two (2) feet wide. On a part of the 
street artificial stone sidewalks had been built previous to the 
present construction. Such of these as were in good condition 
and conformed to the present construction were allowed to 
remain. About 260 linear feet of the edgestone was set on a 
concrete base. The flagging was furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Antrim street, from Bennington to Ashley streets, is about 
341 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to J. H. McCarthy June 27, 1910. 
Work was begun June 30, 1910, and completed November 1, 
1910. 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 brick sidewalks, seven (7) feet 
in width. The circular edgestone and sidewalk bricks were 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Avenue Louis Pasteur, from Longwood avenue to the Fenway, 
is about 1,354 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty 
October 20, 1909. Work was begun October 28, 1909, when 
the loam spaces were excavated and the loam placed, and on 
December 24, 1909, work was suspended for a few days. Work 
was completed July 8, 1910. This street is for the greater 
part 100 feet wide, with an eight (8) inch tar macadam road- 
way and three (3) foot vitrified brick gutters. The Longwood 
avenue end is constructed in the form of a circle of ninety-three 
(93) foot radius, with a loam space twenty (20) feet in diameter, 
surrounded by an artificial stone walk ten (10) feet wide, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The road- 
way of the circle is paved with vitrified brick on a six (6) inch 
Portland cement concrete base with grout joints. The edge- 
stone is similar to that used by the Park Department. The 
crosswalks are vitrified brick on a six (6) inch Portland cement 
concrete base with grout joints and protected on the edges by 



72 City Document No. 35. 

granite blocks. The sidewalks are twenty-five (25) feet wide, 
consisting of a loam space fifteen (15) feet wide and crushed 
stone ten (10) feet in width. This loam space is widened at 
intervals of twenty (20) feet to form pits for the planting of 
trees. At these, points five (5) feet of the crushed stone walk 
overlay the loam space. The edgestone and sidewalk bricks 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. The granite 
paving blocks were furnished by the city at the South Yard, 
and hauled by the contractor. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Alther street, from Hampden to Reading streets, is about 
258 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to James Doherty April 26, 1910. 
Work was begun. April 26, 1910, and completed May 9, 1910. 
It is an eighteen (18) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, with two and one-half (2|) foot granite block gutters, 
granite edgestone and brick sidewalks, two and one-half (2f) 
feet in width. The paving blocks, edgestone and flagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The 
sidewalk bricks were furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Balfour street, from Wayland to Dalkeith streets, is about 
339 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to Joseph B. O'Rourke & Co., May 
13, 1910. Work was begun July 30, 1910, and completed 
September 20, 1910. 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 
artificial stone sidewalks, laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guarantee. The flagging was furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. All the other materials -were 
furnished by the contractor. 

Bucknam street, from Lawn street to Fisher avenue, is about 
394 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons Company 
August 17, 1910. Work was begun November 22, 1910, and 
suspended December 7, 1910. This is, for the greater part, a 
forty (40) foot street, and is to have a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and crushed stone sidewalks, seven 

(7) feet in width. The work done this year consisted of exca- 
vating and setting the edgestone, which was furnished by the 
contractor. The work will be resumed early in the spring. 

Colberg avenue, from Belgrade avenue to Beech street, is 
about 1,530 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the West Roxbury Trap 
Rock Company, April 30, 1910. Work was begun May 12, 
1910, and completed November 1, 1910. It is a forty (40) foot 
street, with granite edgestone at the street corners, has a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, four (4) foot granite block dish gutters, 



Street Department — Highway Division. 73 

flagging crosswalks and artificial stone sidewalks, four and one- 
half (4§) feet in width. 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. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 
The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guarantee. Underdrains were laid, connecting 
the cinder foundations 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. 

Clarkwood street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street, 
is about 1,020 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James H. McCarthy 
May 13, 1910. Work was begun September 29, 1910, and 
suspended December 3, 1910. This street is practically com- 
pleted, as all that remains to be done is a small area of artificial 
stone sidewalk to be laid. 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 a seven (7) 
foot sidewalk, consisting of a four (4) foot artificial stone walk 
and a loam space. On a part of this street the artificial stone 
walks had been built, and, as they were found to be nearly to 
grade, they were allowed to remain. Work will be resumed in 
the spring. The flagging was furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. All the other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. 

Da?nrell street, from Dorchester avenue to Old Colony avenue, 
is about 1,008 feet in length. A contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to the Central Construction 
Company August 19, 1910. Work was begun August 20, 1910, 
and completed November 30, 1910. It is a forty (40) foot street 
with a Mack brick block roadway from Dorchester avenue to 
Ames street, a distance of about 560 feet and a granite block 
roadway from Ames street to Old Colony avenue, granite edge- 
stone and seven (7) foot brick and artificial stone sidewalks. 
The granite blocks and flagging were furnished by the city and 
hauled by the contractor. The sidewalk bricks were furnished 
by the city on the line of the work. All the other materials 
were furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid by Warren Brothers Company under a five (5) year 
maintenance guarantee. 

Deaconess road, from Brookline avenue to Bellevue street, is 
about 257 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company May 17, 1910. Work was begun May 23, 1910, and 
completed July 22, 1910. 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 artificial stone sidewalks. These sidewalks were laid under 



74 City Document No. 35. 

a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The nagging was fur- 
nished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All the other 
materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Edgar street, from Parker to Mechanic streets, is about 178 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co., 
April 15, 1910. Work was begun July 9, 1910, and completed 
August 17, 1910. It is a thirty (30) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
nagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and five (5) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks, laid under a five (5) year maintenance guar- 
antee. The paving blocks and flagging were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The edgestone was fur- 
nished by the city on the line of the work. All the other mate- 
rials were furnished by the contractor. 

Farquhar street, from South street across Selwyn street, is 
about 718 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Minton April 
8, 1910. Work was begun April 21, 1910, and completed July 
22, 1910. 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 artificial stone sidewalks, 
seven (7) feet in width. 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. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Hyde Park avenue, from about 300 feet north of Ashland street 
to the Hyde Park line, is about 2,224 feet in length. The con- 
tract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded to 
the West Roxbury Trap Rock Company September 14, 1909. 
Work was begun September 20, 1909, and completed November 
16, 1910. It is an eighty (80) foot street with a double car 
track. It has a six (6) inch macadam roadway each side of 
the tracks, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and crushed stone sidewalks, thirteen 
(13) feet in width. On account of the change in grade of this 
avenue it was necessary to regulate Ashland street for about 
288 feet and Canterbury street for about 150 feet southeast 
from Hyde Park avenue. Ashland street is a fifty (50) foot 
street with a double car track. It was constructed with a six 
(6) inch macadam roadway each side of the car tracks, four (4) 
foot granite block dish gutters and crushed stone sidewalks, 
seven (7) feet in width. Canterbury street is a forty (40) foot 
street and was constructed with a six (6) inch macadam road- 
way, four (4) foot granite block dish gutters and crushed stone 
sidewalks, six (6) feet in width. The straight edgestone was 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Howe street, from Hancock street to about 657 feet southwest- 



Street Department — Highway Division. 75 

erly. . The contract for constructing the surface of this street 
was awarded to James Doherty April 26, 1910. Work was 
begun May 12, 1910, and completed June 23, 1910. 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 a seven (7) foot sidewalk consisting of a four and 
one-half (4§) foot artificial stone walk and a seeded loam space. 
The straight edgestone was furnished by the city and hauled 
by the contractor. The flagging was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished by 
the contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guarantee. 

Kempton street, from Huntington avenue to Fenwood road, 
is about 609 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman 
Sons Company May 6, 1910. Work was begun June 4, 1910, 
and completed July 25, 1910. This street varies from forty-five 
(45) to fifty (50) feet in width. It has a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite and artificial stone edgestone and eight (8) 
foot artificial stone sidewalks. The existing artificial stone 
sidewalks were relaid in part and the balance allowed to remain. 
New artificial stone sidewalks were laid where none formerly 
existed. These sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guarantee. The necessary sidewalk brick and 
flagging were furnished by the city on the line of the work. All 
the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Kingsdale street, from Wales street about 250 feet easterly. 
The contract for constructing the surface of this street was 
awarded to Joseph B. O'Rourke & Co. April 8, 1910. Work 
was begun April 20, 1910, and completed July 11, 1910. It is 
a fifty (50) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, 
three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite 
edgestone and eight (8) foot artificial stone sidewalks, laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The straight 
edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Leon street, from Ruggles to Greenleaf streets, is about 891 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to James Doherty September 8, 1910. 
Work was begun October 10, 1910, and suspended November 
28, 1910. 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, when completed, will have 
artificial stone sidewalks, five (5) feet in width. The edge- 
stone, gutters and roadway have been practically completed; 
the cinder foundation for the artificial stone sidewalks has 
been placed and the artificial stone will be laid as early in the 



76 City Document No. 35. 

coming spring as possible. The granite blocks and nagging 
were furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Meehan street, from Williams street to Rossmore road, is 
about 420 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty May 6, 
1910. Work was begun June 16, 1910, and completed July 
13, 1910. It is a twenty (20) foot street with a six (6) inch 
macadam roadway, two and one-half (2|) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestones, one brick 
sidewalk five (5) feet wide and one gravel sidewalk one (1) 
foot wide. The straight edgestone was furnished by the city, 
part was hauled by the contractor and part delivered on the 
line of the work. The circular edgestone and sidewalk brick 
were furnished by the city on the line of the work. The flagging 
was furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All 
the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Marbury terrace, from Amory street to the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, is about 346 feet in length. The 
contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to James Doherty October 18, 1909. Work was begun Novem- 
ber 15, 1909. The edgestone was set, the gutters paved and 
the cinder foundation for the sidewalks placed and work was 
then suspended on December 6, 1909. Work was resumed 
March 23, 1910, and the macadam surface placed, artificial 
stone sidewalks and the flagging crosswalks laid. Work was 
completed April 13, 1910. It is a forty (40) foot street with 
a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, nagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and artificial 
stone sidewalks seven (7) feet in width. The edgestone was 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. All the 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. The arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guarantee. 

Mechanic street, from Ruggles to Edgar streets, is about 169 
feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface of 
this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. April 
15, 1910. Work was begun July 9, 1910, and completed August 
17, 1910. 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 artificial stone sidewalks, 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. The straight 
edgestone, flagging and paving blocks were furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone 
was furnished by the city on the line of the work. All the 
other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Mora street, from Washington street to Milton avenue, is 
about 1,259 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Joseph B. O'Rourke & 
Co. April 15, 1910. Work was begun June 3, 1910, and 
completed October 3, 1910. It is a forty (40) foot street with 



Street Department — Highway Division. 77 

a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, nagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and sidewalks 
seven (7) feet in width, consisting of artificial stone four and 
one-half (4|) feet in width, and a seeded loam space two and 
one-half (2 J) feet in width. These sidewalks were laid under 
a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. About two hundred 
(200) linear feet of existing artificial stone sidewalks were 
allowed to remain. The flagging was furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. The circular edgestone was 
furnished by the city on the line of the work. The straight 
edgestone was furnished by the city, — part being hauled by 
the contractor and the balance delivered on the line of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Penhallow street, from Melville avenue to Mather street, is 
about 316 feet long. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street, with the exception of the artificial stone side- 
walks, was awarded to Frank H. Cowin Company July 15, 
1909. Work was begun October 27, 1909, and suspended 
December 14, 1909. Work was resumed April 25, 1910, and 
completed May 10, 1910. The work done this season con- 
sisted in placing and seeding loam spaces. The contract 
for constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded 
to James Doherty July 15, 1909. Work was begun April 
13, 1910, and completed April 23, 1910. These sidewalks, 
which are four (4) feet in width, were laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guarantee. 

Plainfield street, from Rossmore road to Williams street, is 
about 251 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Thomas F. Minton 
May 20, 1910. Work was begun July 22, 1910, and completed 
August 19, 1910. 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 artificial stone 
sidewalks five (5) feet in width, laid under a five (5) year 
maintenance guarantee. The flagging was furnished by the 
city and hauled by the contractor. All the other materials 
were hauled by the contractor. The surplus excavated mate- 
rial was hauled by the contractor to Morton street, between 
Harvard street and Blue Hill avenue. 

Prescott street, from Frankfort street to the Boston, Revere 
Beach & Lynn Railroad, is about 1,218 feet in length. The 
contract for constructing the surface of this street was awarded 
to James Doherty November 3, 1909. Work was begun 
November 22, 1909, and suspended December 24, 1909. Work 
was resumed March 14, 1910, and completed May 16, 1910. 
It is a fifty (50) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam road- 
way, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging crosswalks, 
granite edgestone and brick sidewalks eight (8) feet in width. 
All the materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Rosemont street, from Gustine street to Train street, is about 
433 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 



78 City Document No. 35. 

of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty May 20, 
1910. Work was begun June 8, 1910, and completed July 27, 
1910. It is a forty (40) foot street, with a six (6) inch mac- 
adam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. The nagging was furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Boston street, is 
about 224 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty September 
8, 1910. Work was begun September 13, 1910, and suspended 
November 23, 1910. The work done this year consisted in 
placing filling and building a bulkhead and fence on the north- 
erly side of the street. A temporary plank walk was built 
for use during the winter. Work will be resumed early in the 
spring. 

Rochdale street, from Cobden to Fenner streets, is about 190 
feet in length. The surface of this street was constructed by 
the Street Department forces. 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 a 
seven (7) foot artificial stone sidewalk. The contract for 
constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to J. 
J. Sullivan November 14, 1910. Work was begun November 
16, 1910, and completed November 21, 1910. These sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Rexford street, from Blue Hill avenue to Oakland street, is 
about 1,013 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James H. Ferguson June 
5, 1909. Work was begun June 9, 1909, and suspended Novem- 
ber 13, 1909. It was resumed May 23, 1910, and completed 
June 14, 1910. The work done this year consisted in placing 
and seeding the loam spaces. It is a forty (40) foot street, 
with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite 
block gutters, nagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and 
seven (7) foot sidewalks, consisting of a four and one-half (4|) 
foot artificial walk and a seeded loam space. The contract 
for constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
Warren Brothers Company June 9, 1909. The cinder founda- 
tion was placed in the fall of 1909. Work was resumed April 
8, 1910, and completed April 29, 1910. These sidewalks were 
laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Sudan street, from Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street, 
is about 716 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company April 8, 1910. Work was begun April 14, 1910, and 
completed May 21, 1910. 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) 



Street Department — Highway Division. 79 

foot artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and 
flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city 
on the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid 
under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Taft street, from Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street, is 
about 643 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty July 7, 
1910. Work was begun July 14, 1910, and completed August 
9, 1910. It is a forty (40) foot street with a six (6) inch mac- 
adam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging 
crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot artificial 
stone sidewalks. 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. On a part of the street, artificial stone sidewalks had 
been built previous to construction. Such of these as were 
in good condition were allowed to remain. The new artificial 
stone walks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guarantee. 

Welles avenue, from Dorchester avenue to Argyle street, is 
about 723 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co., 
May 6, 1910. Work was begun May 16, 1910, and completed 
August 31, 1910. It is a sixty (60) foot street with a six (6) 
inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and ten (10) foot side- 
walks, consisting of a six (6) foot artificial stone walk and a 
seeded loam space. The flagging was furnished by the city 
and hauled by the contractor. All the other materials were 
furnished by the contractor. The artificial stone sidewalks 
were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Wentworth street, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, is 
about 858 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Joseph B. O'Rourke & 
Co. April 15, 1910. Work was begun April 29, 1910, and 
completed July 30, 1910. 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 artificial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and 
flagging were furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. The circular edgestone was furnished by the city on 
the line of the work. All the other materials were furnished 
by the contractor. The sidewalks were laid under a five (5) 
year maintenance guarantee. 

Whitman street, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, is 
about 808 feet in length. The contract for constructing the 
surface of this street was awarded to Joseph B. O'Rourke & 
Co. April 15, 1910. Work was begun May 2, 1910, and com- 
pleted August 1, 1910. It is a fifty (50) foot street with a six 



80 City Document No. 35. 

(6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, 
flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and seven (7) foot artifi- 
cial stone sidewalks. The straight edgestone and flagging were 
furnished by the city and hauled by the contractor. The cir- 
cular edgestone was furnished by the city on the line of the 
work. All the other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a five 
(5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Beaumont street, from Carruth street to Adams street, is 
about 1,706 feet in length. The construction of the surface 
of this street, with the exception of the artificial stone sidewalks, 
was done by the Street Department force. Work was com- 
pleted July 27, 1910. It is a thirty-two (32) foot street with a 
six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) foot granite block 
gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and five and 
one-half (5|) foot artificial stone sidewalks. The contract for 
constructing the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
Adams-Pond Company September 8, 1910. Work was begun 
September 12, 1910, and completed September 26, 1910. The 
sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance guarantee. . 

General. 

Brent street, from Washington street to Wainwright street, 
is about 1,130 feet in length. The contract for regulating the 
sidewalks and edgestones on this street, from Washington 
street to Talbot avenue, was awarded to C. W. Dolloff & Co. 
October 1, 1910, and extended to Wainwright street, October 
24, 1910. Work was begun October 17, 1910, and completed 
November 17, 1910. The sidewalk bricks, paving blocks and 
edgestone were furnished by the city on the line of the work. 
All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Corbet street, from Norfolk street to Selden street, is about 
1,155 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to" James H. McCarthy October 26, 
1909. 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 side- 
walks. Work was begun March 28, 1910, and completed June 
20, 1910. The paving blocks, 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. All the other materials were furnished by the contractor. 

Glenway street. — An artificial stone sidewalk was laid, under 
a five (5) year maintenance guarantee, on the westerly side of 
this street near Harvard street, by Jeremiah J. Sullivan. Work 
was begun November 11, 1910, and completed November 15, 
1910. 

Harrison avenue, Waltham and Union Park streets. — An arti- 
ficial stone sidewalk was laid on these streets, bounding a tri- 
angular planting space, by Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under a five 



Street- Department — Highway Division. 81 

(5) year maintenance guarantee. Work was begun November 
7, 1910, and completed November 11, 1910. 

Morton street was widened and graded from Harvard street 
to about 300 feet easterly. The contract for this work was 
awarded to the Commonwealth Construction Company April 
21, 1910. Work was begun May 2, 1910, and completed May 
16, 1910. 

Old Colony avenue, from Dorchester street across Hyde street, 
is about 1,090 feet in length. The contract for constructing 
the surface of this street was awarded to James Doherty Octo- 
ber 15, 1910. Work was begun October 24, 1910. This avenue 
is located, in part, on the old location of the Old Colony Rail- 
road, being an extension of that part of the avenue which was 
built in 1908-09, and when completed will open up a thorough- 
fare from Dorchester avenue to the Strandway. The work 
this season has consisted in the placing of filling by the 
contractor. 

Rowena street, from Carruth street to Bushnell street, is 
about 427 feet in length. The construction of the surface of 
this street, with the exception of the artificial stone sidewalks, 
was done by the department force. It is a forty (40) foot 
street with a six (6) inch macadam roadway, three (3) granite 
block gutters, flagging crosswalks, granite edgestone and arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks, seven (7) feet in width. Work was begun 
August 2, 1910, and completed October 14, 1910. The con- 
tract for laying the artificial stone sidewalks was awarded to 
the Adams-Pond Company September 19, 1910. Work was 
begun September 21, 1910, and completed September 30, 1910. 
These sidewalks were laid under a five (5) year maintenance 
guarantee. 

Ruthven street and Elm Hill avenue. — An artificial stone side- 
walk was laid on these streets, at the Mt. Pleasant Home, by 
Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under a five (5) year maintenance guar- 
antee. Work was begun October 26, 1910, and completed 
November 7, 1910. 

Saratoga street (southerly side), from Moore street 200 feet 
easterly; Moore street (westerly side), between Saratoga street 
and Bennington street, and Bennington street (northerly side), 
from Moore street about 200 feet easterly, have a total length 
of about 550 feet. The contract for laying an artificial stone 
sidewalk on these streets was awarded to David M. Biggs & 
Co. November 17, 1910. These sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guarantee and the contractor fur- 
nished all the materials. The necessary regulating of edge- 
stones and gutters was done by the department force.- 

Welles avenue, from Argyle street to Talbot avenue, is about 
282 feet in length. The contract for constructing the surface 
of this street was awarded to William J. Rafferty & Co. July 16, 
1910. It is a sixty (60) foot street with a six (6) inch macadam 
roadway, three (3) foot granite block gutters, flagging cross- 
walks, granite edgestone and ten (10) foot sidewalks, consisting 



82 



City Document No. 35. 



of a six (6) foot artificial stone walk and a seeded loam space. 
The flagging was furnished by the city and hauled by the con- 
tractor. All the other materials were furnished by the con- 
tractor. The artificial stone sidewalks were laid under a 
five (5) year maintenance guarantee. 

Washington street, westerly side, from Williams to Marvin 
streets, is about 1,050 feet in length. The contract for laying 
an artificial stone sidewalk was awarded to Jeremiah J. Sullivan 
September 2, 1910. Work was begun September 27, 1910, and 
completed October 11, 1910. The contractor also did the 
necessary regulating of edgestone and paving and furnished the 
materials. This sidewalk was laid under a five (5) year main- 
tenance guarantee. 

Freeport street (westerly side) at Commercial Point Bridge. 
A contract for filling, slope paving and building fence was 
awarded to James Doherty November 8, 1910. The work 
done consisted of depositing filling to form a slope and upon 
this slope granite slope paving was laid and a fence was built on 
the line of the street. This work was done to prevent the 
street from being washed away by the action of the tide. 
Work was begun November 14, 1910, and completed December 
14, 1910. 

Work Done by Contract, 1910. 



Old. 



New. 



• Edgestones set 

Concrete base laid 

Granite block paving laid on a concrete 

base, with pitch and pebble joints 

Granite flagging laid on a concrete base, 

with pitch and pebble joints 

Granite block paving laid on a gravel base, 

with gravel joints 

Granite flagging laid on a gravel base, 

with gravel joints 

Granite block paving laid on a concrete 

base, with grout joints 

Granite flagging laid on a concrete base, 

with grout joints 

Wood block pavement laid on a concrete 

base 

Asphalt surface laid 

Asphalt base and surface laid 

Asphalt patching 

Bituminous binder laid 

Brick block pavement laid on a concrete 

base 

Brick sidewalks laid 

Crushed stone sidewalks laid 

Artificial stone sidewalks laid 

Earth excavation 

Earth excavation 

Rock excavation 

Filling furnished 

Macadam surface placed (trap rock) 

Loam furnished and laid 

Loam furnished and laid 

Covers reset 

Wooden fence built 

Artificial stone curbing laid 

Coal-tar concrete sidewalk laid 

Slope paving 



29,642 linear feet. 
4,098 . 7 square yards. 

8,059 

335 
7,099 

459 



7,625 square yards. 



12,844 

163.6 cubic yards. 



14,870 square yards. 
90 " 
2,200 " 
28,280 cubic yards. 
83,046 square yards. 
477.8 cubic yards. 



3,571 square yards. 



14 linear feet. 
562 square yards. 



45,374 linear feet. 
64,091 square yards. 



19,086 

759 

17,630 

1,154 

665 

83 

3,233 

479 



36,953 

4,277 

11,309 

50,151 



21,014 cubic yards. 
56,215 square yards. 
970 cubic yards. 
6,704 square yards. 

517 linear feet. 

997 " 

611 square yards. 

416 



Street Department — Highway Division. 83 



Amount of Work Done by Paving Service Forces. 



gravel base and 
gravel base v and 
gravel base and 



Macadam resurfaced 

Macadam patched 

Tarvia furnished and applied 

Asphalt macadam binder furnished and 

applied 

Asphalt road oil furnished and applied 

Edgestones set 

Edgestones reset 
Granite block paving, 

joints, laid 
Granite block paving, 

joints, relaid . 
Granite block paving, 

grout joints, relaid 
Gutter paving, gravel base and joints 

laid . 
Gutter paving, gravel base and joints 

relaid .... 
Flagging crosswalks laid . 
Flagging crosswalks relaid 
Brick sidewalks laid 
Brick sidewalks relaid 
Gravel and crushed 

placed 
Gravel and crushed 

resurfaced 
Roadways graded 
Earth excavation 

Filling 

Wooden bulkhead repaired 
Brick block paving laid . 



stone sidewalks 
stone sidewalks 



480,110 square yards. 

330,013 square yards. 

31,869 square yards. 

2,605 square yards. 
14,600 square yards. 
16,175 linear feet. 
64,992 linear feet. 

2,059 square yards. 

83,577 square yards. 

1,572 square yards. 

6,807 square yards. 

36,222 square yards. 

1,700 square yards. 
13,321 square yards. 

6,354 square yards. 
94,734 square yards. 

2,589 square yards. 

147,312 square yards. 

4,164 square yards. 

2,362 cubic yards. 

1,926 cubic yards. 

335 linear feet. 

848 square yards. 



Financial Statement, Paving Service. 

Appropriation (amount set aside from 

$1,500,000) $1,275,000 00 

Collected for work clone and materials furnished 
different departments, individuals and com- 
panies 21,218 65 

Inspectors' services -. . 2,561 25 



$1,298,779 90 
Expenditures from February 1, 1910, to January 

31, 1911 1,261,128 72 



Unexpended balance, January 31, 1911 



$37,651 18 



84 City Document No. 35. 



Old Colony Avenue, Construction of. 

Unexpended balance, February 1, 1910 . . $10,943 55 
Loan, July 19, 1910 28,000 00 



,943 55 

Expenditures from February 1, 1910, to January 
31, 1911 . 7,198 30 



Unexpended balance, January 31, 1911 . . $31,745 25 

Highways, Making of. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1910, to January 
31, 1911 ....... . $186,655 99 

Hyde Park Avenue, Ashland Street to Hyde 
Park Line, Chapter 437, Acts of 1908. 

Expenditures from February 1, 1910, to January 
31, 1911 $24,006 63 



Financial Statement, Maintenance Appropriation. 

Maintenance appropriation for 1910-11 . . $1,500,000 00 
Amount collected for work done and materials 
furnished different departments, companies 
and individuals, including inspectors' services, 24,091 54 



$1,524,091 54 
Less amount transferred to cen- 
tral office ... . $859 76 
Less amount transferred to Ferry 

Division . . . 670 63 

1,530 39 



$1,522,561 15 
Expenditures from February 1, 1910, to Jan- 
uary 31, 1911 * 1,485,130 29 



Unexpended balance, January 31, 1911 . . $37,430 86 



*Bridge service, $224,001.57. Paving service, $1,261,128.72. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 85 



Income. 

Statement showing the amount of bills deposited with 
the City Collector from February 1, 1910, to January 31, 
1911, and credited to general revenue: 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
ments $17,804 09 

Stone from ledges . 8,137 60 

Permits 14,036 26 

Old junk, etc. ........ 100 00 



,077 95 



Amount paid into the City Treasury during the year: 

On account of edgestone and sidewalk assess- 
ments $8,697 07 

Stone from ledges 7,052 77 

Permits 13,005 36 

Old junk .... .... 103 24 



,858 44 



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Steeet Department — Highway Division. 87 



Schedule A. 



Salary of deputy superintendent 


$3,500 00 


Salaries of office clerks 


11,487 83 


Salary of chief engineer ..... 


3,000 00 


Salaries of assistant engineers .... 


6,062 13 


Salaries of office clerks, engineer's office 


2,727 48 


Salaries of permit office clerks 


6,488 06 


Salaries of permit office inspectors . 


15,405 20 


Salaries of engineering inspectors . 


651 53 


Salaries of district inspectors .... 


10,194 92 


Salary of constable 


1,357 84 


Salary of medical inspector (entire department) 


1,500 00 


Automobile expense, including chauffeur's wages 




repairs, supplies, etc 


2,158 56 


Automobile (net cost) 


850 00 


Automobile, one-third of cost of superintendent's, 


660 27 


Automobile insurance 


37 16 


Premium on surety bonds .... 


25 00 


Advertising (miscellaneous) .... 


150 73 


Asphalt analysis 


15 00 


Derricks, repairing, etc 


39 34 


Dumping boat service 


110 25 


Electrical appliances, labor and stock 


1,302 48 


Furniture 


18 50 


Fuel for heating buildings in yards 


1,076 35 


Oil for street lighting 


606 90 


Ice 


80 61 


Electric lighting 


464 84 


Gas lighting 


459 67 


Newspapers, magazines, etc 


38 50 


Oatmeal 


97 80 


Printing 


3,255 39 


Postage 


513 83 


Stationery 


755 77 


Adding machine . . . . 


270 00 


Atlases 


219 00 


Rent of towels 


133 60 


Stoves, pipes, grates, etc. .... 


162 35 


Taxes 


417 27 


Telephone service 


1,710 42 


Traveling expenses 


597 50 


Rent of land, etc 


6,432 17 


Engineering supplies and incidentals 


568 85 


Holidays, not including holidays charged on street 




accounts 


43,892 04 


Pay allowed injured employees 


1,011 64 


Soap for office 


3 75 


Carried forward 


$130,510 53 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward 

Signs, making, painting and putting up 
Numbering streets . . . . 

Snow scrapers (3) 

Electric blowers (2) . ... 

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

Executions of courts and damages 

Snow dumps, Dorchester avenue, Mt. Washington 

avenue and Charles River avenue 
Carson street, building wooden steps 
Artificial stone sidewalks . 
Advertising . . . .'"'.. $3 80 

Repairing 2,679 13 

Rebates allowed .... 13,954 38 
New walks laid 414 90 



$130,510 53 

10,532 02 

1,430 52 

450 00 

56 00 

18,580 06 

5,224 78 

845 48 

244 24 

17,052 21 



Asphalt pavements repaired 




Engineering . . . . ■ . 


$816 32 


Inspection . . . 


1,118 00 


Advertising 


8 40 


Amount paid to Boston Asphalt 




Company 


84 95 


Amount paid to Barber Asphalt 




Paving Company, on contract . 


19,516 05 


Amount paid to Barber Asphalt 




Paving Company, outside of 




contract 


304 80 


Engineering expense .... 


20 00 



Crossings, new 

Fence repairs 

Plank walk repairs 

Plank walk, new on Parker Hill avenue . 

Edgestones, sidewalks and gutters new 
included elsewhere) 

Sanding icy streets and sidewalks . 

Repairing offices, stable, sheds, etc., in yards 

Horses purchased 

Buggies, carts and wagons (new) 

Expenses of stables, including driv- 
ers, feeders, fodder, horseshoeing, 
repairs to harnesses, carts, etc., 

Amount earned by department 
teams 



(not 



10,237 16 



85,633 91 



Motor cycle, repairs, supplies, registration, etc. 
Expenses of yards, including salaries of foremen, 
clerks, yardmen, tool wagon, etc. 

Carried forward 



21,868 52 



3,853 26 

3,791 94 

831 91 

182 69 

17,976 84 

1,399 57 

6,107 32 

4,265 00 

530 00 



24,603 25 
87 19 

56,025 66 

$326,448 99 



Steeet Department — Highway Division. 89 



Brought forward 

Sanitary Division: Care and feed of horses in 

East Boston stable and materials supplied, and 

work done . 

Sewer Division: Care and feed of horses in East 

Boston stable and materials supplied, and work 

done 

Traverse street, subway repairs 

Constable badge 

Services of stenographer at hearing 

Services of auctioneer, sale of land 

Expert services . 

Scale repairs .... 

Running brick tester . 

Sidewalk, cave-in, Boston street 

Work done and materials furnished city depart 

ments and individuals 

Wages of weighers at Chestnut Hill Crusher 
Wages of weigher at Grove Street Crusher 
Stock, materials .... $71,752 39 

Stock, handling and teaming . . 41,634 10 



$326,448 99 



*7,135 78 



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07 


37 


90 


1 


25 


10 


00 


201 


00 


150 


00 


253 


06 


311 


80 


17 


50 


J 1,440 


05 


1,379 


54 


582 


34 



Less stock delivered on streets 



Amount earned by steam roller 
Steam rollers, cost of operating, 
repairs, etc 



$113,386 49 
75,465 88 



£23,764 00 
22,416 10 



37,920 61 

$377,481 89 



1,317 90 
$376,133 99 



Street Work Done in Part by Contract and Day 

Labor and Charged to the Maintenance 

Appropriation. 

Albany street, from Broadway to Dover street, and Broadway 
extension approach. Paved with large granite blocks on 
a 6-inch cement concrete base and regulated. Area, 5,288 
square yards. 

Amount paid to F. S. & A. D. Gore Corporation, under 

contract : 
Engineering $25 00 



Carried forward 



$25 00 



* Amount paid Highway Division during the year, $7,420.88. t Amount paid High- 
way Division during the year, 81,416.04. % Amount paid into City Treasury, §198.36. 



90 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $25 00 

5,547 square yards pre- 
paring site @ 35c, $1,941 45 

2,179 linear feet, existing 
edgestone reset @ 
lie. ... 239 69 

5,288 square yards con- 
crete base laid @ 
55c. 2,908 40 

254 square yards existing 
granite block 
paving, r e 1 a i d, 
gravel joints, @ 
35c. ... 88 90 

5,032 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$2.53 . . 12,730 96 

6 square yards existing 
flagging cross- 
walks relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 
35c. ... 2 10 

234 square yards flagging 
crosswalks f u r - 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints,® $4, 936 00 
21 square yards existing 
flaggi n g cross- 
walks relaid, pitch 
joints, @ 85c. . 17 85 

1,657 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks 
relaid @ 31c. . 513 67 

19,379 02 



Extra work — Furnish about 700 
tons of crushed stone for the 
concrete base: 

676 tons crushed stone furnished @ 

$1.50 1,014 00 

Extra, work — Relay granite 
block paving on concrete base, 
with pitch and pebble joints, 
and do the necessary regulat- 
ing on Broadway extension at 
the approach to Albany street : 

550 square yards prepar- 
ing site @ 35c, $192 50 



Carried forward . . $192 50 $20,393 02 $25 00 



Steeet Department — Highway Division. 91 

Brought forward . . $192 50 $20,393 02 $25 00 

227 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
lie. ... 24 97 

336 square yards concrete 

base laid @ 55c, . 184 80 
24 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 35c. . 8 40 

504 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, pitch 
joints, @ 85c. . 428 40 
9 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid, gravel joints 
@ 35c. ... 3 15 

14 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid, pitch joints 
@85c. ... 11 90 

212 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 31c. . . 65 72 

919 84 



Extra work — Lay flagging on top 

of retaining wall between Oneida 

street and Broadway extension: 

6| days, paver, @ $5 . . $30 63 

11| days' labor, © $2 . . 22 50 

53 13 

Plus 15 per cent on $53.13 . . 7 97 

1 day double team @ $5 . . . 5 00 

19| bags Portland cement @ 38c. . 7 41 

Extra work — Reset covers to grade 
where directed : 
4 hours, mason, % 70c. . $2 80 
7 hours, tender, % 25c. . 1 75 

4 55 



Plus 15 per cent on $4.55 . . 68 

$21,391 60 

Less 3,690 old granite blocks deliv- 
ered to contractor % $25 M. . 92 25 



$21,299 35 
Less amount paid in 1909 . 18,115 21 



$3,184 14 
$3,209 14 



92 



City Document No. 35. 



Blackwood street, wall, concrete wall built in place of timber 
bulkhead, length, 42 linear feet. 

Inspection $76 76 

Advertising 8 20 

Blocks, 200 4 00 

Amount paid to Commonwealth Con- 
struction Company, under contract, 1,200 00 

$1,288 96 



Bowdoin avenue, number 61 to 73 (Dorchester), 
stone sidewalks laid. Area, 715 square feet. 



Engineering . . . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Amount paid to W. A. Murtfeldt 
Company, under contract: 

715 square feet artificial stone 
sidewalks furnished and laid 
@ .149c 



$2 00 

14 25 

15 

3 90 



106 54 



Artificial 



$126 84 



Brent street, Washington street to Talbot avenue and extended 
to Wainwright street. Length, 1,130 linear feet. Area, 
3,265 square yards. Edgestone reset, gutters repaved, brick 
sidewalks relaid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 

Labor, stonecutter . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 30 feet 4 inches 

Blocks, 1,275 . 

Bricks, 5,800 . 

Teaming .... 

Amount paid to C. W. Dolloff & Co., 

under contract: 
1,430 linear feet existing edgestone reset 
@ 10c. ...._, . $143 00 
482 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 30c, 144 60 
1,008 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . . 252 00 



153 12 

84 75 



00 
40 
10 



21 23 
25 50 
69 60 
13 55 



539 60 



Carried forward 



$816 85 



Street Department — Highway Division. 93 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Reset the edge- 
stones, repave the gutters and 
artificial stone sidewalks in 
Brent street, easterly side, 
from Talbot avenue to Wain- 
wright street: 
289 linear feet existing 
edgestones reset @ 
10c. ... $28 90 
72 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 25c. . 18 00 
1,558 square feet artifi- 
cial stone side- 
walks relaid @ 
17c. ... 264 86 



$816 85 



311 76 



,128 61 



473 


25 


5 


05 


3 


70 


6 


07 


383 


50 


25 


20 



Charles street, Boylston street across Beacon street. Length, 
1,427 linear feet. Area, 6,548 square yards. Large granite 
blocks laid on a concrete base with pitch and pebble joints, 
edgestone reset, crosswalks relaid and brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering . . . $161 09 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Templets . 

Bricks, 29,500 . 

Edgestone, 36 feet . 

Paid Coleman Brothers under contract 

6,527 square yards prepar- 
ing site® 40c. . $2,610 80 

2,414 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
20c. 

6,527 square yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid % 70c. . 
15 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 60c. 

6,314 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, (JUj, 
$2.55 



482 80 



4,568 90 



9 00 



16,100 70 



Carried forward 



$23,772 20 $1,057 80 



94 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . .$23,772 20 $1,057 86 
18 square yards existing 
nagging cross- 
walks relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 50c. . 9 00 

210 square yards nagging 
crosswalks fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$4.10 ... 861 00 
4,518 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid, @ 30c. . . 1,355 40 



25,997 60 



Extra work — Patch wood block 
pavement at Boylston street: 

11 square yards wood 
block pavement 
patched® $3 . $33 00 
Extra work — Reset 
granite curb at 
entrance to Public 
Garden : 

1| hours, eclgestone set- 
ter @ 60c, $0 90 



1| hours' labor 
@ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent 

$1.28 


38 

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19 


34 47 






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$26,032 07 
4,468 90 
$22,621 


03 



Corbet street, Norfolk to Selden streets. Length, 1,155 linear 
feet. Area, 3,586 square yards. Six-inch macadam road- 
way constructed, eclgestone set, gutter paved, crosswalk 
laid and crushed stone sidewalks built. 

Engineering $139 10 

Inspection 252 00 

Engineering expense .... 3 05 

Edgestone, 472 feet 9 inches circular, 
1,673 feet 3 inches straight edge- 
stone and 2 small corners . . 1,745 68 



Carried forward $2,139 83 



Street Department — Highway Division. 95 

Brought forward $2,139 83 

Flagging, 675 feet 6 inches ... 459 33 

Blocks, 21,925 438 50 

Paid to James H. McCarthy, under 

contract : 
2,105 cubic yards sub- 
grading (earth ex- 
cavation) @ 65c, $1,368 25 
30 cubic yards sub- 
grading (rock ex- 
cavation) @$1.75, 52 50 
1,660 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 25c. . 415 00 
492 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 
20c. ... 98 40 
71 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. .' . . 10 65 
848 square yards gran- 
ite block paving 
hauled and laid @ 
75c. ... 636 00 
29 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving relaid @ 
30c. ... 8 70 
142 square yards flag- 
g i n g crosswalks 
hauled and laid @ 
$1 . 142 00 
2 square yards exist- 
ing flagging cross- 
walks relaid @ 
50c. ... 1 00 
2,915 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
(O)80c. . . 2,332 00 

1,570 square yards 
crushed stone 
sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed 
@ 60c. ... 942 00 



Carried forward . . $6,006 50 $3,037 66 



96 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $6,006 50 $3,037 66 
Extra work — Fur- 
nish stonecutter 
to trim flagging: 
32 hours, stone- 
cutter @ 60c, $19 20 
Plus 15 per 
cent on 
$19.20 . 2 88 



22 08 

6,028 58 

$9,066 24 

Doane street, from Broad street about 130 feet westerly. 
Length 142 linear feet. Area, 243 square yards. Asphalt 
pavement resurfaced and crosswalks relaid. 

Engineering $31 75 

Inspection 12 00 

Labor, stonecutter .... 6 00 

Blocks, 75 1 50 

Paid The Barber Asphalt Paving 
Company, under contract: 
35 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving relaid, 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site, @ $1.25 . $43 75 
8 square yards exist- 
ing flagging 
crosswalks relaid, 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site, @ $1.25 . 10 00 

224.3 square yards bitumi- 
nous concrete 
binder and as- 
phalt wearing sur- 
face furnished and 
laid, including pre- 
paring site, @ 
$1.49 ... 334 21 
22.5 cubic yards extra 
cement concrete 
base furnished 
and laid @ $6 . 135 00 



Carried forward . . $522 96 $51 25 



Street Department — Highway Division. 97 



Brought forward 

Extra work — Break 
out and remove 
old concrete base 
where directed: 
77.3 square yards old con- 
crete base broken 
out and removed 
@ 75c. 



$522 96 $51 25 



57 98 



580 94 



$632 19 



Dorchester avenue, between Mt. Washington avenue and Dor- 
chester Avenue Bridge. Length, 917 linear feet. Area, 
2,931 square yards. Granite block roadway relaid on 
gravel base, edgestone reset, crosswalks relaid, brick side- 
walks relaid, and tar concrete sidewalks repaired. 



Engineering 




$46 51 


Inspection 




187 00 


Advertising 




4 00 


Engineering expense 




3 35 


Bricks, 9,340 . 




111 89 


Paid to Simpson Brothers Co 


rporation : 




16.7 square yards tar con* 


?rete side- 




walk 




25 00 


Paid to Thomas Kiernan, u 


nder con- 




tract: 






837 linear feet existing 






straight edgestone 






reset @ 12c. 


$100 44 




2,904 square yards exist- 






ing granite block 






paving relaid, 






gravel joints, @ 






37c. . . . 


1,074 48 




27 square yards exist- 






ing flagging cross- 






walks relaid ^gravel 






joints, @ 55c. 


14 85 




1,089 square yards exist- 






ing brick side- 






walks relaid @ 






30c. 


326 70 


1,516 47 







.,894 22 



Dudley street, from Harrison avenue to Magazine street. Length, 
2,685 feet. Area, 11,000 square yards. Brick block pave- 
ment laid on a concrete base, edgestone reset and brick 
sidewalks relaid. 



98 



City Document No. 35. 



Engineering . 




$549 15 


Inspection 




442 00 


Labor, stonecutter 




7 38 


Advertising 




8 00 


Teaming .... 




11 84 


Engineering expense 




11 10 


Edgestone, 130 feet 10 inches and 4 




small corners 




105 98 


Templets 




11 99 


Bricks, 38,300 




447 60 


Gravel, 10 single loads . 




8 00 


Paid to James Doherty under con- 




tract : 






4,658 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 






lie. 


$512 38 




137 square yards exist- 






ing granite block 






paving r e 1 a i d, 






gravel joints, @ 






45c. 


61 65 





88 square yards granite 
block paving laid, 
including excava- 
tion, concrete base, 
gravel bed and 
grout joints, @ 
$1.40 ... 123 20 

14 square yards exist- 
ing flagging cross- 
walks relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 50c. . 7 00 

36 square yards flagging 
crosswalks laid, in- 
cluding excava- 
tion, concrete base, 
gravel bed and 
grout joints, @ 
$1.30 ... 46 80 

J,693 square yards brick 
block pavement 
furnished and 
laid, including ex- 
cavation, concrete 
base, sand, bed and 
grout joints, @ 
$2.59 . . . 22,514 87 



Carried forward 



$23,265 90 $1,603 04 



Street Department — Highway Division. 99 

Brought forward . .$23,265 90 $1,603 04 
3,751 square yards exist- 
ing brick sidewalks 
relaid @ 27c. . 1,012 77 
Extra work — Re- 
move stumps 
where directed: 
6 hours' labor 

@ 25c. . $1 50 
Plus 15 per 
cent on 
$1.50 22 

2 hours double 
team @ 
75c. . 1 50 

3 22 



Extra work — Puddle 
and ram trenches 
where directed: 
43 hours' labor 

@ 25c. . $10 75 

Plus 15 per 
cent on 
$10.75 . 1 61 



12 36 



Extra work — Re- 
move existing 
edgestone for 
driveways where 
directed: 
10 hours' labor 

@25c. . $2 50 
Plus 15 per 
cent on 
$2.50 . 38 



Extra work — Patch 
artificial stone 
sidewalks where 
directed: 
5 hours, stone- 
cutter, @ 
62|c. . $3 13 
15| hours' labor 

@25c. . 3 88 

7 01 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$7.01 ... 1 05 



Carried forward . .$24,305 19 $1,603 04 



100 City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward $24,305 19 $1,603 04 


1 barrel Portland 




cement @ $1.60 . 


1 60 


Extra work — Grade 




the approach at 




Dunmore street: 




3 hours' labor 




@25c. . $0 75 




Plus 15 per 




cent on 




75c. . . 11 






86 


Extra work — Haul 


old granite paving 




blocks to the Di- 




mock street lot in- 




stead of to the 




Massachusetts 




avenue lot: 




2,233 tons old granite pav- 




ing blocks hauled 




more than one-half 




mile, and not more 




than one mile, one 




overhaul mile per 




half mile per ton 




(Section 1, Article 




E) @ lie. . 


491 26 




OA 7HQ m 




^t:, i yo yi 




$26,401 95 


Credit: 270,810 old blocks @ S20 M 5,-l 16 20 




$20,985 75 



Elm Hill avenue, from Ruthven to Homestead street. Length, 
500 linear feet. Area, 1,340 square yards. Macadam road- 
way resurfaced, 3 inches deep, edgestone set, gutters laid and 
crosswalks laid. Work done by division force, with excep- 
tion of artificial stone sidewalks. 



Engineering 


$4 36 


Inspection 


36 75 


Engineering expense 


60 


Labor, edgestone excavation. 


365 63 


Labor, edgestone resetting . 


67 63 


Labor, gutter excavation . , .. - 


84 57 


Labor, gutter relaying . 


72 74 


Labor, crosswalk excavation . 


2 25 


Labor, crosswalk. relaying _, 


21 68 



Carried forward $656 21 



Street Department — Highway Division. 101 



Brought forward . 




. $656 21 


Labor, macadam excavating 




57 50 


Labor, macadam spreading . 




138 50 


Advertising .... 




3 70 


Teaming 




165 40 


Water cart .... 




29 40 


Steam roller 




97 50 


Edgestone, 423 feet 5 inches 




303 89 


Crushed stone, 207.65 tons . 




253 34 


Gravel, 35 double loads 




56 00 


Paid to Jeremiah J. Sullivan, undei 




contract: 






4,679 square feet artificial 






stone s i d ew a 1 k s 






furnished and laid 






@ 17 T 9 oC . . $837 54 


Extra work — Re- 






move tree where 






directed : 






4 hours' labor 






@ 25c. . $1 00 






Plus 15 per cent 






on $1 . . 15 


1 U 


838 69 







J,600 13 



Faneuil Hall square, granite block paving relaid on existing 
concrete base, which was patched where necessary. 

Engineering $3 75 

Paid to Central Construction Company: 
38 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 
pitch and pebble 
joints, including con- 
crete base, @ $3.25, $123 50 



299 square yards granite 
block paving re- 
laid, pitch and peb- 
ble joints, @ $2.25 . 



672 75 



796 25 



$800 00 



Florence street, retaining wall built at Mt. Hope Station. 

Work done in 1909, finished by department force. Iron 

fence erected and painted. 

Engineering $1 00 

Inspection 22 50 



Carried forward 



$23 50 



102 



City Document No. 35. 



5,200 00 



Brought forward .... 
Paid to Daniel E. Lynch, under con- 
tract : 
Building wall . . 5 
Extra work — Extend wall 
to bridge wall on Blake- 
more street, about 50 
• feet in length, and furnish 
filling and grade in front 
of new wall on Florence 
street : 
7| days, mason, @ 

$4.50 . . $33 75 
6 days, tender, @ 

$2.50 . . 15 00 
26 days' labor @ 

$2 . 52 00 

100 75 

Plus 15 percent on $100.75, 15 11 



$23 50 



$2,315 86 
Less amount paid in 1909, 1,716 73 



Paid to P. J. Dinn & Co., under 
contract : 
352 linear feet iron fence built, 
erected and painted . 



599 13 



633 60 



,256 23 



Forbes street, from Centre street to Chestnut avenue. Length, 
1,413 linear feet. Area, 2,680 square yards. Edgestone 
set, gutters paved, macadam roadway resurfaced 3.2 
inches deep and sidewalks graded and covered with dust. 
Work done in part by the city and in part by Anthony 
Diamond. 



Engineering .... 




$15 75 


Labor, macadam excavation 




34 00 


Labor, macadam spreading . 




229 25 


Labor, gravel walks 




124 00 


Labor, street cleaning . 




18 00 


Steam roller .... 




130 00 


Water cart .... 




41 65 


Teaming 




96 22 


Advertising .... 




4 00 


Edgestone, 1,558 feet 5 inches 


i 


straight; 14 feet 7 inches circular 


1,108 44 


Blocks, 15,865 .... 


317 30 


Carried forward 


$2,118 61 



Street Department — Highway Division. 103 

Brought forward . . . . '. $2,118 61 
Crushed stone, 537.77 tons ... 656 67 
Flagging, 40 feet 4 inches ... 27 42 

Paid to Anthony Diamond, under 

contract : 
1,560.7 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 22c. . $343 35 
14.7 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 
16c. ... 2 35 
321.7 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
16c. . . . 51 47 
537.4 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 54c. . 290 20 
122.4 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 45c. . 55 08 



$742 45 



Extra work — Exca- 
vate and remove 
rock where di- 
rected : 
5^ cubic yards rock exca- 
vation® $1.75 . 9 33 

Extra work — Relay 
existing brick 
sidewalk where 
directed : 
1^ square yards existing 
brick sidewalk re- 
laid @ 35c. . . 53 



752 31 

$3,555 01 
Credit: 1 large corner ... 7 00 



1,548 01 

Freeport street, retaining wall built at Commercial Point 
Bridge, westerly side. Length, 151 linear feet. 

Engineering $50 88 

Inspection 74 25 

Engineering expense .... 1 75 

Advertising 6 80 



Carried forward $133 68 



104 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $133 68 

Paid to James Doherty, under contract : 

250 cubic yards filling 
furnish ed and 
placed @ $1 . $250 00 
416.44 square yards slope 
paving furnished 
and placed @ $3, 1,249 32 

125 linear feet fence 
furnished and built 
<& 49c. ... 61 25 



1,560 57 ' 
$1,694 25 



Glenway street, westerly side, near Harvard street. Length, 
189 linear feet. Area, 1,409 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $5 00 

Inspection . . . . . . 14 25 

Engineering expense ..... 30 

Advertising . . ... . 3 60 

Paid to Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under 

contract : 
1,409 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks 
laid @ 18c. . $253 62 
174 linear feet edgestone 

reset @ 15c. . 26 10 

58 square yards granite 
block p aving 
relaid @ 35c. . 20 30 

300 02 

$323 17 



Hancock street, Columbia road to Winter street (Dorchester). 
Brick block paving on a concrete base and regulating, 
work unfinished. 

Engineering --.•--- $215 89 

Inspection 456 50 

Engineering expense . . . . 4 00 

Steam roller 62 50 

Edgestone, 27 feet 7 inches circular, 

9 feet 2 inches straight ... 39 52 

Crushed stone, 6 tons .... 7 32 

Paid to Central Construction Com- 
pany, under contract: 
1,752 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
lie. . . . $192 72 



Carried forward _. . $19272 $785 73 



Street Department — Highway Division. 105 

Brought forward . . $192 72 $785 73 
19 square yards granite 
block paving laid, 
grout joints, in- 
cluding excava- 
tion concrete base 
and gravel bed, 
@ $1.50 . 28 50 

5,060 square yards brick 
block pavement 
furnished and laid, 
including excava- 
tion, concrete 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints, 
@ $2.57 . . 13,004 20 

2,850 square yards brick 
block pavement 
furnished and laid 
(unfinished) @ 
$1.25 . . . 3,562 50 

$16,787 92 
Less 2\ days use of 
city steam roller 
@ $12 . . 30 00 

,757 92 

15,920 02 



Less 5 per cent re- 
tained ... 837 90 



>,705 75 
Credit: 11,905 old blocks @ $20 M. . 238 10 

" 3,467 65 



Harrison avenue, Union Park and Waltham streets; around 
triangular planting space. Area, 2,364 square feet. 
Artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $8 14 

Inspection 16 50 

Engineering expense .... 25 

Advertising 3 70 

Paid to Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under 

contract : 
2,364 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid® 18c, 425 52 

$454_11 

Harvard street, Washington street to Harrison avenue 
Length, 414 linear feet. Area, 966 square yards. Paved 
with wood blocks on a concrete base and regulated. 



106 



City Document No. 35. 



Engineering .•■ 




$32 27 


Inspection 




143 25 


Engineering expense 




2 15 


Advertising 




3 90 


Templets .... 




4 43 


Blocks, 275 . 




8 63 


Bricks, 1,500 . 




18 00 


Paid to James H. McCarthy, under 




contract : 






944 square yards prepar- 






ing site @ 15c. . 


$141 60 




210 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 






15c. 


31 50 




914 square yards con- 






crete base fur- 






nished and laid @ 






78c. 


712 92 




22 square yards existing 






granite block pav- 






ing relaid, gravel 






joints, including 






preparing site, @ 






50c. 


11 00 




36 square yards existing 






granite block pav- 






ing relaid, pitch 






joints, @ $1 . 


36 00 




1 square yard existing 






flagging cross- 






walks relaid, 






gravel joints, in- 






cluding preparing 






site, @ 50c. 


50 




908 square yards wood 






block pavement 






furnished and laid 






@ $2.67 


2,424 36 




123 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks 






relaid @ 25c. 


30 75 





Extra work. — Haul 
old granite blocks as 
directed to Forbes 
street : 
127 tons old granite blocks 
hauled to Forbes 



5,388 63 



Carried forward 



5,388 63 $232 63 



Street Department — Highway Division. 

Brought forward . . $3,388 63 $212 63 
street, two and one- 
half miles overhaul, 
per half mile, per 
ton @ lie. . . 69 85 



107 



Credit: 8,580 old granite blocks @ 
$20 M 



3,671 11 
171 60 



1,499 51 



Harvard street (Dorchester), from Washington street to Blue Hill 
avenue. Area, 24,784 square feet. Artificial stone side- 
walks built, edgestone reset and gutters repaved. 



Inspection 


$141 00 


Inspection expense . . . . 


20 


Advertising 


3 90 


Drain repair (Sewer Division) 


10 97 


Flagging, 18 feet 1 inch 


12 30 


Paid to W. A. Murtfeldt Company, 




under contract: 




24,784 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks 




laid @ 14.9c. . $3,692 82 




3,403 linear feet edge- 




stone reset® 10c, 340 30 




1,105 square yards gran- 




ite block paving 




relaid@33c. . 364 65 






4,397 77 





L,566 14 



Heath street, from Parker street to South Huntington avenue. 
Length, 3,079 linear feet. Area, 12,718 square yards. Brick 
block paving on concrete base and regulating. 

Engineering $534 28 

Inspection 381 00 

Engineering expense . . . . 11 50 

Advertising 3 80 

Templets 11 57 

Edgestone, 15 feet 4 inches, circular, 18 40 

Bricks, 6,000 72 00 

Blocks, 10,207 ... 612 42 

Paid to Field, Barker & Underwood, 
Inc., under contract: 
1,025 linear feet straight 
edgestone fur- 
nished and set (§| 
95c. . . $973 75 



Carried forward 



$973 75 $1,644 97 



108 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $973 75 $1,644 97 

84 linear feet circular 
edge stone fur- 
nished and set @ 
15c. ... 12 60 

3,945 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset 
@ 10c. . . 394 50 

14 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving r e 1 a i d, 
gravel joints, @ 
50c. ... 7 00 

346 square yards gran- 
ite block paving 
laid, grout joints, 
including excava- 
t i o n, concrete 
base and gravel 
bed, @ $1.90 . 657 40 

18 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
laid, grout joints, 
including excava- 
tion, concrete 
base and gravel 
bed, @ $1.80 . 32 40 

13.259 square yards brick 
block pavement 
furnished and 
laid, including 
excavation, con- 
crete base, sand 
bed and grout 
joints, @ $2.53 . 33,545 27 
7 square yards brick 
sidewalks laid @ 
25c. ... 1 75 

667 square yards exist- 
ing brick side- 
walks relaid @ 
25c. ... 166 75 



),791 42 
Extra work — Ex- 
cavate and re- 
move rock where 
directed in edge- 
stone trench: 



Carried forward . .$35,79142 $1 ; 644 97 



Street Department — Highway Division. 109 

Brought forward . . $35,791 42 $1,644 97 
48 cubic yards rock ex- 
cavation @ $1.75, 84 00 
Extra work — Haul 
new granite 
blocks from South 
End paving yard : 
42 loads paving blocks 

hauled @ $2 . 84 00 

Extra work — Cut 
concrete conduit 
as directed: 
15 hours' labor 

@25c. . . $3 75 
Plus 15 per 
cent on 
$3.75 . 56 

4 31 



Extra work- 


-Fur- 


nish and 


place 


concrete in 


Water 


Department 


openings : 




32 hours' labor @ 25c, 


Plus 15 per cent on 


$8 




3 barrels cement 


@ $1.80 . 


$5 40 


1| cubic yards 




sand @ 




$1.25 


1 88 


3 cubic yards 




crushed 




stone @ 




$1.50 


4 50 



8 00 
1 20 



11 78 
Extra work — Reset 

manhole cover: 
cover reset (a), $3 . 3 00 



35,987 71 



$37,632 68 
Credit: 1,400 old blocks @ $20 M. . 28 00 

$37,604 68 

Kingston street, from Beach to Essex streets. Length, 492 linear 
feet. Area, 1,861 square yards. Asphalt pavement re- 
surfaced, edgestone reset and brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering ~. $64 76 

Inspection . . • . . 51 00 



Carried forward . . . . $115 76 



110 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $115 76 

Engineering expenses .... 95 

Advertising 3 80 

Teaming 3 17 

Paid to Barber Asphalt Paving Com- 
pany, under contract: 
59 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset 
@20c. ... $11 80 
17 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving r e 1 a i d, 
gravel joints, @ 
35c. ... 5 95 

5 square yards granite 
block paving laid, 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site and concrete 
base, @ 85c. . 4 25 

23 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving r e 1 a i d , 
pitch joints, @ 
85c. ... 19 55 

16 square yards flag- 

ging crosswalks 
laid, pitch joints, 
including prepar- 
ing site and con- 
crete base, @, 95c, 15 20 

17 square yards exist- 

ing flagging cross- 
walks r e 1 a i d , 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site, @ 95c. . . 16 15 

1,861 square yards bitu- 
minous concrete 
binder and as- 
phalt wearing 
surface furnished 
and laid, includ- 
ing preparing site, 
@$1.56 . . 2,903 16 
6 cubic yards extra 
bituminous binder 



Carried forward . . $2,976 06 $123 68 






Street Department — Highway Division. Ill 

Brought forward . . $2,976 06 $123 68 
furnished and laid 
©$9.94 . . 59 64 

60 cubic yards extra 
cement concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $7.40 . 444 00 

55 square yards exist- 
ing brick side- 
walks relaid, in- 
cluding preparing 
site, @ 30c. . 16 50 

3,496 20 



$3,619 88 
Credit: 6 linear feet flagging @ 68c. . 4 08 



!,615 80 

Longwood avenue, Brookline avenue to Huntington avenue. 
Length, 2,138 linear feet. Area, 5,982 square yards. 
Brick block paving on concrete base and regulating. 
Engineering ...... $199 49 



Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Teaming . 

Templets . 

Edgestone, 105 feet 1 inch straight and 

112 feet 9| inches circular 
Bricks, 8,500 . 
Blocks, 2,500 . 
Paid to Field, Barker & Underwood, 

Inc., under contract: 

103 linear feet straight 

edgestone hauled 

and set @ 18c. . $18 54 

104 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 
15c. ... 15 60 

2,989 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
10c. . . . 298 90 
59 square yards exist- 
ing granite 
block paving re- 
laid, gravel joints, 
@50c. ... 29 50 



209 88 

10 25 

3 80 

7 36 

6 75 

208 90 
110 50 
150 00 



Carried forward . . $362 54 $906 93 



112 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward 
105 square yards granite 
block paving, 
hauled and laid, 
grout joints, @ 
$1.90 . 
26 square yards granite 
block paving 
laid, grout joints, 
@$1.90 
29 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
laid, grout joints, 
@$1.80 
5,764 square yards brick 
block pavement 
furnished and laid, 
including excava- 
tion, concrete 
base, sand bed and 
grout joints, @ 
$2.59 . 
1,153 square yards exist- 
ing brick side- 
walks relaid @ 
25c. 
Extra work : Re- 
move stumps 
where directed: 
45 hours' labor @ 25c, 
Plus 15 per cent on 
$11.25 . 



$362 54 $906 93 



199 50 



49 40 



52 20 



14,928 76 



288 25 



11 25 



1 69 



Credit: 13,370 old blocks @ $20 M. 



15,893 59 

$16,800 52 
207 40 



$16,533 12 



Massachusetts avenue (southerly roadway), Columbus avenue 
to Washington street. Length, 1,843 linear feet. Area, 
5,664 square yards. Asphalt pavement resurfaced, edge- 
stone reset, crosswalks relaid and sidewalks relaid. 



Engineering .... 


$158 65 


Inspection .... 


99 00 


Labor, stonecutter . 


30 00 


Engineering expense 


3 85 


Advertising .... 


3 80 


Carried forward . 


. $295 30 



Street Department — Highway Division. 113 



Brought forward . 


$295 30 


Blocks, 750 ... 


15 00 


Bricks, 5,300 


63 60 


Paid Warren Brothers 


Company, 


under contract: 




810 linear feet existing 




edgestone reset 




@ 20c. . 


$162 00 


151 square yards con- 




crete base fur- 




nished and laid, 




including prepar- 




ing site, @ $1 


151 00 


48 square yards existing 




granite block pav- 




ing relaid, gravel 




joints, including 




preparing site, @ 




35c. 


16 80 


44 square yards exist- 




ing granite block 




paving relaid, 




pitch joints, in- 




cluding preparing 




site, @ 85c. . 


37 40 


4 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid, gravel 




joints, including 




preparing site, @ 




50c. 


2 00 


113 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid, pitch 


. 


joints, including 




preparing site, @ 




75c. 


84 75 


5,538 square yards bitu- 




minous concrete 




binder and asphalt 




wearing surface 




furnished and laid, 




including prepar- 




ing site, @ $1.39 . 


7,697 82 


104.6 cubic yards extra bi- 




tuminous binder 




furnished and laid 




% $9.95 


1,040 77 



Carried forward . . $9,192 54 $373 90 



114 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $9,192 54 $373 90 

37.5 cubic yards, extra 
cement concrete, 
base, furnished and 
laid, @ $7 . . 262 50 

680 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid, including pre- 
paring site, @ 
30c, ... 204 00 



9,659 04 
Extra work — Remove the ex- 
isting concrete base where 
directed and replace with new 
concrete : 
276 square yards existing concrete 
base removed and replaced 
with new concrete @ $1.50 . 414 00 



,446 94 



Meridian street, Maverick square to Central square. New 
blocks furnished for the track brow and laid by the Boston 
Elevated Railway Company. 
Labor ....... $74 75 

Teaming 201 52 

Blocks, 28,412 . . . . . 1,903 60 



%2 1 79 87 
Credit: 30,249 old blocks @ $20 M . '604 98 

$1,574 89 

Milk street, from Pearl to Oliver streets, extended to Battery- 
march street and including approaches. Length, 311 linear 
feet. Area, 1,264 square yards. Paved with wood blocks 
on concrete base and regulated. 

Engineering $71 28 

Inspection 80 00 

Advertising 2 05 

Paid James Doherty, under contract; 
1,223 square yards pre- 
paring site @ 33c, $403 59 
210 cubic yards con- 
crete base fur- 
nished and laid 
@$4.53 ". . 951 30 
11 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
pavement relaid, 



Carried forward . . . $1,354 89 $153 33 



Street Department — Highway Division. 115 

Brought forward . . $1,354 89 $153 33 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site, @ 99c. . 10 89 

30 square yards existing 
flagg i n g cross- 
walks relaid, pitch 
joints, including 
preparing site, @ 
$1.05 ... 31 50 

1,223 square yards wood 
block pavement 
furnished and laid 
@$2.70 . 3,302 10 

4,699 38 



Extra work — Relay existing 
granite block paving and 
flagging on Milk street, be- 
tween Oliver street and Bat- 
tery march street, and where 
directed in Post Office 
square : 
962 square yards existing granite 
block paving relaid, including 
preparing site, @ 99c. . . 952 38 

Extra work — Haul old granite 
blocks to Massachusetts 
avenue lot instead of to yard 
No. 2, Albany street: 
408.75 tons old granite blocks hauled 
to Massachusetts avenue 
lot, one mile overhaul, per 
half mile, per ton @ lie. . 89 92 



Credit: 24,755 old granite blocks @ 
■ . $20 M 491 50 



,895 01 

$5,403 51 



Paid by estate of E. S. Converse, $4,699.38. 

Morton street, from Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street. Length, 

1,407 linear feet. Area, 8,096 square yards. Excavated 
and graded. 

Engineering $22 36 

Engineering expense .... 60 

Advertising 3 80 



Carried forward $26 76 



116 



City Document No. 35. 



53 



Plus 15 per cent on 
$126 
4 days, double team, 
@$6 . 

Extra work — Ex- 
cavate and re- 
move rock where 
directed : 
116 cubic yards rock ex- 
cavated and re- 
moved @ $1.75 . 



Brought forward 

Paid to Commonwealth Construction 
Company, under contract: 
796 cubic yards earth ex- 
cavated and gra- 
ded @ 80c. . $636 80 
Extra work — Re- 
move stumps 
where directed: 
4 days, fore- 
man, @ $5, $20 00 
days' labor 
@ $2 . 106 00 

126 00 



$26 76 



18 90 
24 00 



203 00 



1,008 70 



,035 46 



North Market street, from Merchants row to Commercial street. 
Length, 645 linear feet. Area, 3,075 square yards. 
Roadway repaved with new granite blocks on a concrete 
base, edgestone reset, crosswalks relaid and brick sidewalks 
relaid. 



Engineering .... 




$84 39 


Inspection .... 




347 63 


Engineering expense 




1 30 


Advertising .... 




3 90 


Templets .... 




4 31 


Teaming . . . . 




9 12 


Edgestones, 155 feet 4 inches 




108 73 


Bricks, 700 ... . 




8 23 


Paid C. W. Dolloff & Co., under con 




tract : 




2,841 square yards prepar- 




ing site @ 46c. $1,306 8( 




236 linear feet existing 




edgestone reset @ 




15c. ... 35 4( 


) 



Carried forward 



[,342 26 $567 61 



Street Department — Highway Division. 117 

Brought forward . $1,342 26 $567 61 

2,841 square yards con- 
crete base fur- 
nished and laid @ 
76c. . . . 2,159 16 
2,758 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$2.54 . . 7,005 32 

214 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, pitch 
joints, @ 95c. . 203 30 
64.4 square yards nagging 
crosswalks fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$3.95 ... 254 38 
39 square yards existing 
nagging crosswalks 
relaid, pitch joints, 
@ 75c. ... 29 25 

27 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . . 6 75 

11,000 42 



Extra work— 


-Bar and ram sewer 


trench : 






2 days' labor @ $2 . 


$4 00 


Plus 15 per 


cent on 




$4 . 


— Relocate 


60 


Extra work 


cross- 


walk as directed : 




4 hours, paver, 


@ 621c, 


$2 50 


12 hours, helper 


, @25c, 


3 00 


4 hours, stone i 


3utter, 




(oj, 60c. . 




2 40 



4 60 



7 90 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.90 1 19 

Extra work — Clean and haul old 
blocks for repaving on Com- 
mercial street at approach to 
North Market street: 
4 days' labor @ $2 . $8 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 



1 20 



9 20 



Carried forward .... $11,590 92 



118 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward .... $11,590 92 
5 hours, double team, 

@ 68|c. . $3 44 

3 44 



$11,594 36 
Credit: 57,630 old blocks® $20 M. . 1,152 60 



,441 76 



Oliver street, from Milk street to 200 feet southeasterly. Length, 
200 linear feet. Area, 766 square yards. Paved with 
wood blocks on a concrete base and regulated. 

Engineering $39 91 

Inspection ...... 28 00 

Paid James Doherty, under contract: 
594 square yards prepar- 
ing site @ 33c. . $196 02 
100 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $4.53 . 453 00 
158 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, pitch 
joints, including 
preparing site, @ 
99c. ... 156 42 

15 square yards existing 
nagging crosswalks 
relaid, pitch joints, 
including prepar- 
ing site, @ $1.05 . 15 75 
594 square yards wood 
block pavement 
furnished and laid 
@ $2.70 . . 1,603 80 

2,424 99 



Credit: 15,228 old granite blocks @ 

$20 M. ...... 304 56 



,492 90 

$2,188 34 



Paid by American Telegraph and Telephone Company, $2,424 99. 

Otisfield street (Roxbury), sidewalks patched with tar concrete 
where trees were removed. Area, 221 square yards. 
Amount paid Simpson Brothers Corporation 

(work done in 1909) $259 00 

Parkman street, from North Russell to Blossom streets. Length, 
239 linear feet. Area, 491 square yards. Asphalt pave- 



Street Department — Highway Division. 119 







$25 75 






52 50 






25 






3 90 






3 09 






30 03 






4 32 






3 38 






62 12 



$101 25 



7 70 



ment laid on concrete base, edgestone reset, crosswalk 
and brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering . 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Teaming 

Flagging, 44 feet 2 inches 

Edgestone, 6 feet 2 inches 

Blocks, 75 

Bricks, 5,177 . 

Paid Warren Brothers Company, un 
der contract: 
405 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
25c. 
22 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving relaid, 
gravel joints, (§> 
35c. 
9.5 square yards granite 
block paving laid, 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site and concrete 
base, @ $1 . 
8.6 square yards nagging 
crosswalks laid, 
pitch joints, in- 
cluding preparing 
site and concrete 
base, @ $1.70 . 
479 square yards con- 
crete base, bitu- 
minous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface, 
furnished and laid, 
including prepar- 
ing site, % $2.62 . 
2 square yards bitu- 
minous concrete 
binder and asphalt 
wearing surface 
furnished and laid, 
including prepar- 
ing site, @ 30c. 



9 50 



14 62 



1,254 98 



60 



Carried forward 



$1,388 65 $185 34 



120 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $1,388 65 $185 34 

231 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . 57 75 

1,446 40 






$1 631 74 
Credit: 428 old blocks @ $20 M. . 9 56 



,622 18 

Pearl street, from Milk street to 148 feet north. Length, 153 
linear feet. Area, 508 square yards. Paved with wood 
blocks on concrete base and regulated. 

Engineering $26' 79 

Inspection 32 00 

Advertising 2 05 

Paid James Doherty under contract: 
508 square yards prepar- 
ing site @ 33c. . $167 64 
112 cubic yards concrete 
base furnished and 
laid @ $4.53 . 507 36 
508 square yards wood 
block pavement 
furnished and laid 
@ $2.70 . . 1,371 60 
Extra work — Haul 
old granite blocks 
to Massachusetts ' 
avenue lot instead 
of to yard No. 2: 
210.29 tons old granite 
blocks hauled to 
Massach u s e 1 1 s 
avenue lot, one 
mile overhaul, per 
half mile, per ton, 
@ lie. ... 46 26 

2,092 86 



Credit: 12,370 old granite blocks @ 

$20 M 247 40 



,153 70 

$1,906 30 



Paid by estate of E. S. Converse, $2,046.60. 

Round Hill street, from Walden to Gay Head streets. Length, 
642 linear feet. Area, 1,083 square yards. Macadam road- 
way resurfaced, edgestone set, gutter paved, brick sidewalk 
laid. Work done in part by Commonwealth Construction 
Company and in part by division force. 



Stkeet Department — Highway Division. 121 



Labor, macadam excavation 

Labor, macadam spreading 

Labor, cleaning street . 

Steam roller . 

Water cart 

Teaming .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 53 feet 6 inches, circular; 
1,198 feet 6 inches, straight; 2 small 
corners and 2 large corners 

Blocks, 15,480 

Bricks, 29,400 

Crushed stone, 76.22 tons 

Paid Commonwealth Construction 
Company under contract: 

1,200 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 25c. . $300 00 



$253 


50 


71 


37 


6 


76 


16 


25 


14 


70 


134 


85 


4 


10 


923 


85 


309 


60 


352 


80 


105 


36 



75 linear feet circular 




edgestone set @ 




15c. 


11 25 


69 linear feet existing 




edgestone reset @ 




15c. "... 


10 35 


360 square yards granite 




block paving 




hauled and laid @ 




50c. 


180 00 


20 square yards existing 




granite block pav- 




ing relaid @ 40c, 


8 00 


601 square yards brick 




sidewalks laid @ 




30c. 


180 30 


15 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks re- 




laid @ 25c. . 


3 75 




$693 65 


Less 15 per cent 




retained 


104 05 



589 60 



5,782 74 



Rowena street, from Carruth to Bushnell streets. Length, 414 
linear feet. Area, 920 square yards. Macadam surface 
laid, edgestone set, gutters paved and crosswalks laid 
by division force; artificial stone sidewalks laid by 
Adams-Pond Company. 



122 



City Document No. 35. 



Labor, edgestone excavation 

Labor, edgestone setting 

Labor, gutter excavation 

Labor, gutter paving 

Labor, sidewalks . 

Labor, macadam spreading . 

Labor, crosswalk excavation 

Labor, crosswalk relaying . 

Labor, engineering. 

Labor, inspection . 

Engineering expense 

Teaming . 

Steam roller . 

Water cart 

Edgestone, 770 feet 4 inches and 2 

small corners 
Blocks, 10,550 
Gravel, 58 double loads 
Cement, | barrel . 
Crushed stone, 213.17 tons . 
Flagging, 107 feet 5 inches . 
Paid Adams-Pond Company, under 

contract : 
5,286 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid 
@16c 



$173 25 


98 27 


59 


38 


114 


98 


10 


75 


95 


88 


19 


50 


47 


87 


4 


73 


10 50 




15 


320 


17 


84 


50 


22 


75 


543 


23 


211 


00 


113 


10 




88 


282 


05 


73 


04 



845 76 



1,131 74 



Saratoga, Moore and Bennington streets, around church of "Star 
of the Sea." Artificial stone sidewalks laid and edgestone 
reset. Length, 578 linear feet. Area, 4,343 square feet. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Teaming . 

Gravel, 12 tons 

Sand, 1 single load 

Edgestone, 22 feet . 

Cement, \ barrel . 

Blocks, 2,670 . 

Amount paid to David M. Biggs & 
Co., under contract: 

4,343 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid 
(a), 18c. . 



$6 00 
26 25 

87 

4 10 

24 50 

9 60 

84 
15 40 

95 
53 40 



781 74 



$923 65 

School street (Dorchester) , from Washington to Athelwold streets. 
Area, 3,952 square feet. Artificial stone sidewalks laid, 
edgestone reset and gutters repaved. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 123 

Inspection $39 00 

Inspection expenses .... 40 

Advertising 3 90 

Paid W. A. Murtfeldt Company, under 

contract : 
3,952 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks 
furnished and laid 
@ $1.49 . . $588 85 
Extra work — reset 
edgestone and 
relay granite 
block paving 
where directed : 
111 line ar feet 
edgestone re- 
set @ 10c. .$11 10 
38 square yards 
granite block 
paving relaid 
@ 33c. . 12 54 

23 64 

612 49 

$655 79 



South Market street, from Commercial street to Atlantic avenue. 
Length, 689 linear feet. Area, 3,188 square yards. Road- 
way repaved with new large granite blocks on a concrete 
base and regulated. Work done in 1909. 

Engineering . . . . . $12 00 

Paid J. B. O'Rourke & Co., under 
contract : 

3,179 square yards prepar- 
ing site® 30c. . $953 70 

1,108 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. ... 166 20 

3,179 square yards con- 
crete base fur- 
nished and laid 
@71c. . . . 2,257 09 
48 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving relaid, 
gravel joints, @ 
45c. ... 21 60 



Carried forward . . $3,398 59 $12 00 



124 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $3,398 59 $12 00 
3,109 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$2.69 . . . 8,363 21 

73 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving r e 1 a i d , 
pitch joints, @ $1, 73 00 

57 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
furnished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ $5, 285 00 

21 square yards exist- 
ing flagging cross- 
walks relaid, pitch 
joints, @$1 . 21 00 

893 square yards exist- 
ing brick side- 
walks relaid @ 
30c. ... 267 90 



Extra work — Lay brick and 
flagging sidewalks in cement 
where directed : 
1| days, paver, @ $5, $7 50 

3 days' labor @ $2, 6 00 



— 12,408 70 



13 50 

Plus 15 per cent on $13.50, 2 03 

2f barrels cement @ $1.75 . 4 81 

10 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . . 50 

Extra work — Bar and ram 
sewer trench : 
3| days' labor @ $2, $6 25 

Plus 15 per cent 

on $6.25 . . 94 

7 19 



Extra work — Reset catch- 
basin : 

1 day, mason, @ 

$5.60 ... $5 60 

1 day, tender, @ $2, 2 00 



7 60 

Plus 15 per cent on $7.60 . 1 14 

| barrel cement @ $1.75 . . 88 



Carried forward .... $12,458 35 



Street Department 



Brought forward 

Less 34.08 tons beach gravel 
furnished by the city @ 80c., 



Less amount paid in 1909 



Highway Division. 125 

$12,458 35 



27 26 



,431 09 
11,785 70 



$645 39 



Washington street, from Green street to the Arborway. Length, 
3,442 linear feet. Area, 11,713 square yards. Paved with 
special size granite blocks on a concrete base and regulated. 
(Work begun in 1909.) 
Engineering $325 01 



Inspection 

Labor (counting blocks) 

Engineering expense 

Blocks, 233,056 . • 

Edgestone, 2,383 feet 5 inches 

Bricks, 1,800 

Paid John F. O'Connell, under contract 
12,339 square yards pre- 
paring site @ 
18c. . 
4,696 linear feet straight 
edgestone set 
and hauled @ 
23c. . . 
240 linear feet circular 
edgestone 
furnished and 
set @ $1.40 
1,577 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset 
@ 12c. 
12,266 square yards con- 
crete base fur- 
nished and laid 
@ 68c. 
17 square yards exist- 
ing granite 
block paving re- 
laid, gravel 
joints, % 30c. . 
11,854 square yards 
gr a n i t e block 
paving laid, 
pitch joints, (w, 
71c. . 



730 25 

578 25 

8 50 

15,614 75 

1,655 77 

21 90 



,221 02 



1,080 08 



336 00 



189 24 



8,340 88 



5 10 



8,416 34 



Carried forward 



$20,588 66 $18,934 43 



126 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $20,588 66 $18,934 43 
10 square yards exist- 
ing granite 
block paving 
relaid, grout 
joints, @ 50c. . 5 00 

341.5 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
furnished and 
laid, pitch 
joints, @ $4.30, 1,468 45 
179 square yards exist- 
ing brick side- 
walks relaid @ 
30c. ... 53 70 

91 square yards brick 
block paving 
furnished and 
laid @ $1 . 91 00 



$22,206 81 


Extra work — Ex- 




cavate and re- 




move s u r p 1 us 




material left by 




Sewer Division : 




,716 square yards sur- 




plus material 




removed @ 9c, 


154 44 


Extra work — Ex- 




cavate rock in 




edgestone 




trench where 




directed : 




4.6 cubic yards rock 




excavated @ 




$1.75 


8 05 


Extra work — Cut 




tree stumps and 




old trench 




sheathing below 




grade as di- 




rected: 


. 


7| days' labor 




@ $2 . $15 75 




Plus 15 per 




cent on 




$15.75 . 2 36 






18 11 





Carried forward . . $22,387 41 $18,934 43 



Street Department — Highway Division. 127 

Brought forward . . $22,387 41 $18,934 43 
Extra work — Cut 
edgestone at 
elevated piers: 
14 days, stone- 
cutter, @ 
$4.50 . $63 00 



Plus 15 per 
cent on 



9 45 



72 45 



$22,459 86 
Less amount paid 

in 1909 . . 6,145 84 

16,314 02 



5 248 45 
Credit: 1,405 old blocks® $20 M. ' 28 10 



$35,220135 



$213 24 


431 


50 


6 


60 


741 


45 


2 


50 


41 


65 



Washington street, from north side of Arborway to beyond New 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Length, 1,445 
linear feet. Area, 7,717 square yards. Paved with special 
size blocks on a concrete base and regulated. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 
Edgestone, 707 feet 1 inch straight; 233 
feet 10 inches circular and 2 small 
corners . . . ... 

Teaming 

Bricks, 3,500 

Paid James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 
8,037 square yards prepar- 
ing site® 23c. . $1,848 51 
710 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set® 24c. . 170 40 
242 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 
18c. . 43 56 

885 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset 
% 14c. ... 123 90 



Carried forward . . $2,186 37 $1,436 94 



128 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $2,186 37 $1,436 94 
8,042 square yards con- 
crete base fur- 
nished and laid 
@ 62c. . . 4,986 04 

111 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid, gravel 
joints, @ 45c. . 49 95 

7,772 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$2.73 . . . 21,081 06 
311 square yards flagging 
crosswalks fur- 
nished and laid, 
pitch joints, @ 
$4.39 . 1,365 29 

833 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . . 208 25 

29,876 96 



Extra work — Furnish and 
build fence and concrete cap 
on retaining wall at the 
southeast corner of Morton 
street : 

Furnishing and building fence, 

etc 270 00 

Extra work — Grade filling on 
sidewalk where directed: 
| day labor @ $2 . . . . 1 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $1 . . . 15 

Extra work — Cut old concrete 
where found too high for new 
construction : 
h\ days' labor @ $2 . . . . 11 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $11 . . 1 65 



$31,597 70 
Credit : 3 1 ,436 old blocks @ $20 M. . 628 72 

$30,968 98 

Washington street, from Williams to Marvin streets (west side). 
Length, 1,050 linear feet. Area, 8,053 square feet. Arti- 
ficial stone sidewalks laid and edgestone reset. 
Engineering . . . . . . $21 00 

Inspection 75 00 



Carried forward $96 00 



Street Department — Highway Division. 129 



Brought forward . 




$96 00 


Engineering expense 




1 15 


Advertising 




3 80 


Edgestone, 4 feet 8 inches 




3 27 


Teaming .... 




32 


Paid Jeremiah J. Sullivan, under con- 




tract : 






8,053 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks 






laid @ 17c. . 


$1,369 01 




131 linear feet edgestone 






reset @ 15c. 


19 65 




22 square yards granite 






block paving re- 






laid @ 25c. . 


5 50 


1,394 16 






Extra w o r k — R e- 






move granite flag 






from sidewalk 






where directed: 






4 hours, foreman, @ 






62i C . . 


$2 50 




36 hours' labor @ 25c, 


9 00 


11 50 


Plus 15 per cent on $11.50. 


1 73 



1,511 93 



Welles avenue, from Argyle street to Talbot avenue. Length, 
282 linear feet. Area, 1,253 square yards. Constructed 
6 inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, gutters paved, 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks with loam 
spaces built. 

Engineering $47 23 

Inspection 109 25 

Engineering expense .... 1 30 

Edgestone, 7 feet 8 inches ... 5 36 

Flagging, 67 feet ..... 45 56 

Paid William J. Rafferty & Co., under 
contract : 

Removing trees, 
bushes, stumps, 
etc. . . . $1 00 

508 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) % 45c. . . 228 60 
411 linear feet straight 
edgestone fur- 
nished and set @ 
95c. ... 390 45 



Carried forward 



$620 05 $208 70 



130 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $620 05 $208 70 
6 linear feet circular 
edgestone fur- 
nished and set @ 
$1.26 •".;-. 7 56 

157 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
12c. ... 18 84 

152 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.82 . . 276 64 

151 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 40c, 60 40 
11 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
hauled and laid @ 
90c. ... 9 90 
86 square yards existing 
flagging cross- 
walks relaid @ 50c, 43 00 
1,135 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
@ 72c ... 817 20 
3,478 square feet artificial 
stone side walks 
furnished and laid 
@ 15c ... 521 70 
1 cover reset @ $3 . 3 00 

154 square yards loam 
spaces furnished, 
placed and seeded, 
@ 50c ... 77 00 

2,455 29 



Extra work — Re- 




move tree : 




78 hours' labor @ 25c, 


$19 50 


34 hours, foreman, @ 




62i C . . 


21 25 



40 75 

Plus 15 per cent on $40.75 . 6 11 

2 hours double team @ 75c . 1 50 

Extra work — Replace the mac- 
adam surface around the new 
water box at Talbot avenue, 
replacing macadam as per 
agreement .... 5 00 



5,717 35 



656 

15 

3 


25 
70 
50 


3,217 

7 


14 

28 



Street Department — Highway Division. 131 

Hyde Park avenue, from about 300 feet north of Ashland street 
to Hyde Park line. Length, 2,224 feet. Area, 9,981 
square yards. Constructed 6-inch macadam roadway, 
subgraded and filled, edgestone set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and crushed stone sidewalks 
placed. Work done under chapter 437 of the Acts of 
1908. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 4,160 feet straight; 263 feet 

circular and 10 large corners . . . 

Teaming . . .... 

Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, 
bushes, stumps, 
etc. ... $0 00 

2,065 cubic yards sub- 
grading (earth ex- 
cavation) @ 50c, 1,032 50 
89 cubic yards sub- 
grading (rock ex- 
cavation)® $1.75, 155 75 
10,912 cubic yards filling 

furnished @65|c, 7,147 36 
4,128 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 23c. . 949 44 
303 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 
15c. ... 45 45 

162 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset 
© 15c. ... 24 30 

1,947 square yards gran- 
ite block paving 
furnished and laid 
@ $2 . . . 3,894 00 
214 square yards exist- 
ing block paving 
relaid@25c. . 53 50 

179 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
furnished and laid 
% $4.50 . . 805 50 



Carried forward . . $14,107 80 $4,480 49 



132 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $14,107 80 $4,480 49 
8,508 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
@53c. . . 4,509 24 

6,514 square yards 
crushed stone, 
sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed, 
@ 38c. . . . 2,475 32 
41 covers reset @ $3 . 123 00 

Extra work — 
Water street a s 
directed: 
16f days' water cart @ 

$5 . . . . 83 75 

Extra work — Re- 
locate boundary 
line monument at 
the Hyde Park 
line: 
5 hours, foreman, 
@ 50c. . $2 50 
20 hours' labor 

@ 25c. . 5 00 

7 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$7.50 ... 1 13 



,307 74 



Less previous pay- 
ment in 1909 . 1,781 60 



19,526 14 
$24,006 63 



Old Colony avenue, construction of, from Dorchester avenue to 
Dorchester street, and a part of D and West Ninth 
streets. Length, 2,528 feet. Area^ 15,423 square yards. 
Six-inch macadam roadway constructed, edgestone set, 
block gutters laid, flagging crosswalks laid, brick sidewalks 
laid, gravel sidewalks placed, retaining wall taken down 
and rubble wall and fence built. 

Engineering $378 26 

Inspection 191 00 

Engineering expense .... 3 55 

Advertising 4 00 



Carried forward $576 81 



Street Department — Highway Division. 133 

Brought forward $576 81 

Amount paid Fred S. & A. D. Gore 
Corporation, under contract: 
Removing trees, 
bushes, stumps, 
etc. ... $1 00 

12,822 cubic yards sub- 
grading (earth 
excavation) @ 
33c. "... 4,231 26 
1,900 cubic yards filling 

furnished @ $1, 1,900 00 
115 linear feet straight 
edgestone fur- 
nished and set @ 
90c. ... 103 50 
217 linear feet circular 
edgestone fur- 
nished and set @ 
$1.30 ... 282 10 
1,269 linear feet existing 
edgestone taken 
up and reset @ 
15c. . . . 190 35 
3,198 square yards granite 
block paving 
hauled and laid 
@ 33c. • • • 1,055 34 
1,915 square yards exist- 
ing granite block 
paving taken up 
andrelaid@33c, 631 95 
288 square yards flag- 
ging crosswalks 
hauled and laid 
@ 33c. • • • 95 04 

98 square yards exist- 
ing fl a g g i n g 
crosswalks taken 
up and relaid @ 
33c. . . . 32 34 

15,247 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
@ 65c. . . 9,910 55 
6,515 square yards gravel 
sidewalks placed 
@ 10c. . 651 50 

Carried forward . . $19,084 93 $576 81 



134 City Document No. 35. 

$576 81 



Brought forward . . $19,084 93 


747 square yards exist- 




ing brick side- 




walks taken up 




and r e 1 a i d @ 




25c. . 


186 75 


1,311 cubic yards existing 




retaining wall 




taken down @ 




75c. . 


983 25 


828 cubic yards rubble 




wall built @ 




$1.50 . 


1,242 00 


687 linear feet fence 




furnished and 




built @ 50c. 


343 50 


19 covers reset @ $3, 


57 00 


Extra work — Store 




inspector's shan- 




ty on July 4 : 




Storing shanty 


5 00 


Extra work — Lay 




brick in cement 




on top of walls on 




D and W. Ninth 




streets : 




23 hours, rnason, 




@ 70c. . $16 10 




4| days, tender, 




@ $2 . 8 25 




2\ days' labor 




@ $2 . 5 00 




3 days, paver, 




@ $5 .15 00 




3f days, ram- 




mer, @ $2, 7 50 






51 85 


Plus 15 per cent on 


$51.85 . 


7 78 


22 bags Portland ce- 




ment . 


8 80 


Extra work — Fur- 




nish and set sec- 




ond-hand edge- 




stone and furnish 




and lay granite 




block paving at 




Carried forward . . $21,970 86 



Street Department — Highway Division. 135 

Brought forward . . $21,970 86 $576 81 
E street and at 
driveway : 

38 linear feet second- 
hand edgestone 
furnished and set 
@ 50c. . 19 00 

10.7 square yards sec- 
ond-hand granite 
blocks furnished 
and laid ©$1.08, 11 56 

Extra work — Re- 
move existing 
concrete tunnel 
at E street: 

5| days, foreman, 

@$5 . $28 13 

15 days' labor 

@ $2 .30 00 

58 13 



Plus 15 per cent on 

$58.13 ... 8 72 

3 days, double team, 

@ $6 . . . 18 00 

\ case dynamite @ 

$13.50 ... 6 75 

10 bars sharpened @ 

10c. ... 1 00 

10 picks sharpened @ 

10c. ... 1 00 

75 drills sharpened @ 

4c. 3 00 

Extra work — Plas- 
ter with mortar 
where required 
the foundation 
walls of houses 
on D and W. 
Ninth streets: 
7 hours, mason, 

% 60c. . $4 20 
If days' labor 

@$2 . 3 25 

7 45 



Plus 15 per cent on 

$7.45 ... 1 12 

14 bags Portland ce- 
ment @ 40c. . 5 60 



Carried forward .$22,112 19 $576 81 



136 City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . . $22,112 19 $576 81 


Extra work — Re- 




build three (3) 




catch-basins at 




D street: 




39 hours, mason, 




@70c. . $27 30 




10 days' labor 




@ $2 .20 00 






47 30 


Plus 15 per cent on 


$47.30 . 


7 10 


| day, double team, 




@ $6 . 


1 50 


5 barrels Portland ce- 




ment @ $1.60 . 


8 00 


1,000 bricks @ $9 . 


9 00 


Extra work — Raise 




catch-basin at E 




street over 6 




inches : 




4| hours, mason, 




@70c. . $3 15 




1 day, tender, 




@ $2 . 2 00 






5 15 


Plus 15 per cent on 


$5.15 . 


77 


\ barrel Portland ce- 




ment© $1.60 . 


80 


Extra work — Haul 




filling from Mas- 




sachusetts ave- 




nue: 




602 cubic yards filling 




hauled @ 50c. . 


301 00 


i 


$22,492 81 


Less amount de- 




ducted for sur- 




plus stone from 




walls . 


100 00 


: 


$22,392 81 


Less amounts paid 




in 1908 and 1909, 


15,771 32 




6,621 49 



,198 30 



Street Department — Highway Division. 137 

STREETS CONSTRUCTED UNDER CHAPTER 
393 OF THE ACTS OF 1906 AND THE COST 
CHARGED TO APPROPRIATION FOR HIGH- 
WAYS, MAKING OF. 

Addison street, from Saratoga street to the northwesterly line 
of Pope street, extended. (Work not finished. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Amount paid James Doherty, under 

contract : 
3,000 cubic yards filling fur- 

■ nished @ 90c. . $2,700 00 
Less 5 per cent retained, 135 00 



$211 23 

82 50 

36 

3 80 



2,565 00 



!,862 89 



Ainsworth street (formerly Bradford terrace), from Centre to 
South streets. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $112 03 

Advertising . . . . . 12 33 

$124 36 



Aldrich street, from Belgrade avenue to Beech street. Length, 
1,754 feet. Area, 5,140 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestones set, granite block 
gutters laid, flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and 
artificial stone sidewalks laid. 
Engineering 
Inspection 

Engineering expense 
Advertising 

Crushed stone, 40.6 tons 
Edgestone, 80 feet 3 inches straight, 6 
small corners and 77 feet 10| inches 

circles 

Flagging, 318 feet 8 inches 
Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock 
Company, under contract: 
Removing, trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
2,196 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
% 62c. 



$237 00 


235 


00 


4 


70 


4 


10 


45 


67 


171 


22 


216 


69 



$0 00 



1,361 52 



Carried forward 



$1,361 52 $914 38 



138 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . $1,361 52 $914 38 
96 linear feet straight edge- 
stone hauled and set 
@ 40c. . . . 38 40 
78 linear feet circular edge- 
stone set @ 20c. . 15 60 
91 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 20c. . 18 20 
1,530 square yards granite 
block paving furnish- 
ed and laid @ $2 _ ' . 3,060 00 
73 square yards existing 
block paving relaid 
@ 30c. . . . 21 90 
70 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled and 
laid @ 75c. . . 52 50 
43 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 25c. . . 10 75 
3,882 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 62^0. . . 2,426 25 
15,479 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
14c. . . . 2,167 06 

184.7 linear feet artificial 
stone curbs furnish- 
ed and laid @ 85c. . 157 00 
516 square yards loam 
spaces, furnished, 
placed and seeded 
@ 28c. . .144 48 

20 covers reset @ $3 . 60 00 



Extra work — Build under- 
drains to connect the cinder 
foundations of the artificial 
stone sidewalks with the 
catch-basins, where directed: 
32 hours' labor @ 25c. . $8 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$8 1 20 



4 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 . . $6 00 

100 feet 6-inch pipe @ 

15c. . . . 15 00 



9,533 66 



9 20 



Carried forward . . . $21 00 $10,457 24 



Street Department — Highway Division. 139 



Brought forward . 

6|-inch bends @ 50c. 
\ barrel cement @ $2 
80 bricks @ $12 M. 



$21 00110,457 24 


3 00 




1 00 




96 






25 96 





$10,483 20 



Alpha road, from Waldeck street to Park street. Length, 958 
feet. Area, 2,860 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Flagging, 95 feet 2 inches 

Amount paid to James Doherty, under 

contract : 
2,108 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

45c $948 60 

1 cubic yard subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ 
$1.75 .... 1 75 
1,063 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and 
set (ciy 93c. . . .988 59 
197 linear feet circular edge- 
stone furnished and 
set @ $1.29 . . 254 13 
487 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

15c 73 05 

625 square yards granite 
block paving f u r- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.85 . . 1,156 25 

87 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid % 45c. . 39 15 
19 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid % 85c. . 16 15 
24 square yards existing 
flagging cross- 
walks relaid @ 45c, 10 80 



$143 51 

160 00 

2 

11 



65 
45 



64 71 



Carried forward 



$3,488 47 $382 32 



140 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . . $3,488 47 $382 32 

2,267 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed© 73c. . 1,654 91 

6,874 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.44 . . . . 989 86 



372 square yards loam 




spaces furnished, 




placed and seeded @ 




36c 


133 92 


5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 



6,282 16 



Extra work — Omit the furnish- 
ing and setting of edgestones 
on a gravel foundation where 
directed and substitute the 
furnishing and setting of edge- 
stone on a concrete base with 
crushed stone foundation and 
make pipe connection with the 
catch-basin : 
22 hours, edgestone setter, 

@ 62|c. ... $13 75 
51 hours, helper, @ 28|c, 14 34 
22 hours' labor @ 25c. . 5 50 



33 59 
Plus 15 per cent on $33.59 . . 5 04 

11.8 tons crushed stone @ 

$1.50 ... $17 70 

4 barrels Portland ce- 
ment @ $1.70 . . 6 80 

1 double load sand @ 

$1.80 ... 1 80 

2 feet Akron sewer pipe 

@ 10c. ... 20 

146 linear feet straight 

edgestone @ 80c. . 116 80 
112 linear feet circular 

edgestone @ $1.20 . 134 40 



277 70 
$6,980 81 



Alther street, from Hampden street to Reading street. Length, 
258 feet. Area, 397 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, set edgestone, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 141 



Engineering .... 




$64 12 


Inspection .... 




37 00 


Engineering expense 




90 


Advertising .... 




11 16 


Edgestone, 475 feet 1 inch and 2 large 




corners .... 




344 56 


Flagging, 26 feet 6 inches 




18 02 


Blocks, 2,990 . . . 




59 80 


Bricks, 5,200 .... 




62 40 


Amount paid James Doherty, 


under 




contract : 






Removing trees, 






bushes, stumps, etc., 


$5 00 




213 cubic yards subgrad- 






ing (earth excava- 






tion) @ 60c. . 


127 80 




476 linear feet straight 






edgestone hauled 






and set % 20c. . 


95 20 




10 linear feet circular 






edgestone set @ 15c, 


1 50 




75 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset 






@ 15c. 


11 25 




148 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 57c. 


84 36 




21 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 45c. . 


9 45 




6 square yards flagging 






crosswalks hauled 






and laid @ 69c. 


4 14 




5 square yards existing 






nagging crosswalks 






relaid @ 40c. . 


2 00 




217 square yards macadam 






surface furnished 






and placed % 80c. . 


173 60 




Ill square yards brick 






sidewalks laid @ 






43c 


47 73 




38 square yards brick 






sidewalks relaid @ 






35c 


13 30 




2 covers reset @ $3 


6 00 


581 33 

in 170 °o 








•IP ± , 1 t v £\) 



5115 


60 


253 


50 


3 


59 


10 


44 


30 40 


66 


53 


247 


50 


58 


50 



142 City Document No. 35. 

Antrim street, from Bennington street to Ashley street. Length, 
341 feet. Area, 1,045 square yards. Constructed 6 -inch 
macadam roadway, edgestone set, brick sidewalks laid, 
block gutters laid and flagging crosswalks laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 18 feet 10 inch, circles and 

4 small corners . 
Flagging, 97 feet 10 inches 
Bricks, 19,750 
Steam roller . 

Amount paid J. H. McCarthy, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, 

bushes, stumps, etc., $1 00 
78 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion)® 40c. . . 31 20 
1,305 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 70c. . . 913 50 
542 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
andset@$l . . 542 00 
32 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 20c, 6 40 

132 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
20c. . . . 26 40 

211 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.90 . . 400 90 

63 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 35c. . . 22 05 
20 square yards flagging 
crosswalks furnished 
and laid @ $4 _ _ . ' 80 00 
17 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 50c. . . 8 50 

786 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed @ 80c. . 628 80 
408 square yards brick 

sidewalks laid® 35c, 142 80 



Carried forward . . . $2,803 55 $786 06 



Street Department — Highway Division. 143 



Brought forward . . . l 
141 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid at 30c. 
3 covers reset @ $3 



2,803 55 $786 06 



42 30 
9 00 



Less 97 feet 10 
inches linear 
feet North 
River flagg- 
ing furnish- 
ed by the 
city @ 68c, $66 53 

Less 4| days 
use of city 
steamroller, 58 50 



5,854 85 



125 03 



2,729 82 



Extra work — Furnish and set 
gutter mouth stone at west- 
erly corner of Ashley street: 
7 linear feet eclgestone 
furnished and set @ 



1 day, stonecutter, @ 

$4.80 .... 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$4.80 .... 



$7 00 



4 80 



72 



12 52 



Less for old blocks to stock 550 
% $20 M 



J,528 40 
11 00 



5,517 40 



Ardale street (formerly Arundel street), Centre street to Walter 
street. (Work not started.) 



Engineering 
Advertising 



$18 75 
6 54 



$25 29 



Avenue Louis Pasteur, from Longwood avenue to the Fenway. 
Length, 1,335 feet. Area, 9,800 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch tar macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters 
laid, brick gutters laid, brick crosswalks laid, loam placed 
and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



144 City Document No. 35. 



Engineering ...... 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising ...... 

Labor, street cleaning by department 

force 

Labor, spreading tarvia by department 

force 

Tarvia, 2,190 gallons and cartage . 
Teaming on tarvia work .... 

Steam roller 

Blocks, 2,175 

Bricks, 2,000 . ... 

Edgestone, special, 2,357 feet straight 
and 768 feet circular .... 
Crushed stone, 80J tons .... 
Amount paid James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $10 00 
6,315 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) @ 41c. . . 2,589 15 
100 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 10c. . . 10 00 
2,357 linear feet straight 

edgestone set @ 15c, 353 55 
774 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 16c, 123 84 
32 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

14c 4 48 

57 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, including 
concrete base and 
groutjoints,@$1.33, 75 81 
15 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 45c . . 6 75 

873 square yards brick block 
paving furnished and 
laid @ $1.73 . . 1,510 29 
1 ,453 square yards brick 
crosswalks, including 
concrete base and 
grout joints furnished 
and laid, @ $2.43 . 3,530 79 



$454 


40 


404 75 


8 


55 


3 


70 


9 


63 


106 


88 


160 


60 


30 


02 


58 


50 


97 


88 


24 


00 


6,842 35 


106 


66 



Carried forward . . . $8,214 66 $8,307 92 



Street Department — Highway Division. 145 

Brought forward . . . $8,214 66 $8,307 92 
6,454 square yards tar mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 

89c 5,744 06 

3,296 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed @ 

39c 1,285 44 

37 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 25c. . . 9 25 
3,558 square yards loam 
spaces placed and 
seeded @ 5c. . . 177 90 
5,970 cubic yards loam fur- 
nished and placed @ 
$1.21 . 7,223 70 
860 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks laid 
@ 17c. ... 146 20 
26 covers reset @ $3 . 78 00 

22,879 21 



Extra work — Cut gutter mouths 


where directed: 




f clays, stonecutter, @ 




$5.50 


$59 13 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$59.13 


8 87 



68 00 

Extra work — Furnish additional 
rilling where directed: 
3,300 cubic yards filling furnished @ 

52c 1,716 00 



$32,971 13 
Less amount paid in 1909 . . 6,536 50 



>,434 63 



Balfour street, from Wayland street to Dalkeith street. Length, 
339 feet. Area, 1,117 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $85 01 

Inspection 155 25 

Engineering expense . . . . 1 65 

Advertising 10 64 



Carried forward $252 55 



146 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $252 55 

Flagging, 115 feet 78 20 

Steam roller 6 00 

Amount paid Joseph B. O'Rourke & 
Co., under contract: 

Removing trees, 

bushes, stumps, etc., $5 00 
651 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 

45c 292 95 

582 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ 95c. . 552 90 
87 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.50 . 130 50 
94 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. . . . . 14 10 
252 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2 ... 504 00 
27 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. . . 13 50 
25 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 75c. . 18 75 
12 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 50c. . . 6 00 

24 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks relaid 
@ 50c. ... 12 00 

803 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed @ 
73c. . . . . 586 19 
4,417 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @, 

15c 662 55 

2 covers reset @ $3 . 6 00 



$2,804 44 
Less | day use of city 

steam roller @ $12, 6 00 



2,798 44 

$3,135 19 



Street Department — Highway Division. 147 



Beaumont street, from Adams street to Carruth street. Graded, 
constructed 6-inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, 
block gutters laid, sidewalks excavated; work done and 
materials furnished by the city. 2,969 linear feet straight 
edgestone set, 259 linear feet straight edgestone reset, 110 
linear feet circular edgestone set, 43 linear feet circular 
edgestone reset, 45 square yards flagging crosswalks laid, 
16 square yards flagging crosswalks relaid, 1,180 square 
yards granite block paving laid, 27 square yards granite 
block paving relaid, 2,833 square yards macadam surface 
furnished and placed, 1,944 square yards sidewalk excava- 
tion. Artificial stone sidewalks laid by contractor. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 555 feet 2 inches; 65 feet 
9 inches, circles and 4 small corners 

Sand, 69 double loads 

Gravel, 187 double loads, 1 single load 

Crushed stone, 757.77 tons 

Flagging, 215 feet 

Blocks, 5,230 . 

Cement, 3 bags 

Lumber, 55 feet 

Steam roller . 

Water cart 

Carting edgestone and teaming 

Edgestone excavating 

Edgestone setting 

Sidewalk excavating 

Gutter excavating 

Gutter paving 

Crosswalks excavating 

Crosswalks paving 

Roadway excavating 

Spreading macadam, roadway 

Spreading crushed stone, sidewalks 

Amount paid Adams-Pond Company 
under contract: 

10,977 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
15c. . . . $1,646 55 

Extra work — Remove 
tree and replace 
fence as directed : 
'37 hours, fore- 
man, % 50c, $18 50 



22 



18 



26 
50 
15 
47 



03 
00 
85 
48 
20 
60 
32 
49 
50 
75 



308 
138 
356 
924 
146 
104 
1 
1 
331 

71 

1,302 57 
514 17 
384 
187 
255 
326 

28 

77 
438 
294 

21 



08 
13 
22 
00 
62 
62 
76 
77 
99 



Brought forward . $18 50 $1,646 55 $6,272 53 



148 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . $18 50 $1,646 55 $6,272 53 
126 hours' labor 

@ 25c. . 31 50 

50 00 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$50 . . . 7 50 

5 hours, double team, 

<& 75c . 3 75 



1,707 80 

$7,980 33 



Benton street, from Tremont street to Columbus avenue. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Engineering $1 25 

Berkeley street, from Providence street to Columbus avenue. 
(Work not started.) 
Engineering $60 25 

Brinsley street, formerly Hawes avenue, from Columbia road to 
Washington street. (Work not started.) 

Engineering $125 75 

Advertising 12 31 

$138 06 

Bucknam street, from Fisher avenue to Lawn street. (In process 
of construction.) Subgraded and edgestone set. 

Engineering $90 51 

Inspection 38 25 

Engineering expenses .... 1 00 

Advertising 13 05 

Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company, under contract: 
85 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) @ 60c. . . $51 00 
408 linear feet straight 
edgestones fur- 
nished and set @ 
$1.25 ... 510 00 

129 linear feet circular 
edgestones fur- 
nished and set @ 
$1.50 ... 193 50 

24 linear feet existing 
edgestones reset @ 
25c. . . . . 6 00 



Carried forward . . . $760 50 $142 81 



Street Department — Highway Division. 149 

Brought forward . . . $760 50 $142 81 
Less 5 per cent re- 
tained ... 38 03 

722 47 

$865 28 



Carmen street, from Shafter street to Kilton street. (Work done 
in 1909.) 
Amount of balance due on contract of John 

McCourt & Co $500 00 



149 75 

5 60 

10 64 

78 20 



Chip?7ian street, from Norfolk street to Torrey street. (Work 
not started.) 
Engineering $51 85 

Clarkwood street, from Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk street. (Work 
not finished.) Constructed 6-inch macadam roadway, sub- 
graded, edgestone set, block gutters laid and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 
Engineering 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising 
Flagging, 115 feet . 
Amount paid to James H. McCarthy, 
under contract: 
950 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) @ 40c. . . $380 00 
50 'cubic yards, subgrad- 
ing (rock excava- 
tion) @ $1.75 . . 87 50 
1,950 linear feet straight 
edgestones furnished 
and set @ $1 . . 1,950 00 
30 linear feet circular 
edgestones furnished 
and set @ $1.45 . 43 50 
650 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.63 .... 1,059 50 
20 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 35c. . . 7 00 

20 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ $1 . . 20 00 



Carried forward . . . $3,547 50 $394 07 



150 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . . $3,547 50 $394 07 

2,200 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed @ 75c, 1,650 00 

3,030 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
12c 363 60 



),561 10 



Less 24 days' use of city 

horse roller @ $1 . 24 00 



Less 5 per cent re 

tained ... 276 86 



,537 10 

5,260 24 



),654 31 

Colberg avenue, from Belgrade avenue to Beech street. Length, 
1,530 feet. Area, 4,500 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering .... 




$230 87 


Inspection .... 




241 


89 


Engineering .... 




3 


65 


Advertising .... 




4 


20 


Edgestone, 121 feet 3 inches and 115 






feet of circles 




223 


48 


Flagging, 300 feet . 




204 


00 


Amount paid West Roxbury Trap Rock 






Company, under contract: 








Removing trees, 








bushes, stumps, etc., 


$0 00 






2,569 cubic yards subgrading 








(earth excavation) 








@ 62c. . 


1,592 78 






1.2 cubic yards subgrad- 








ing (rock excavation) 








@ $1.75 . 


2 10 






121 linear feet straight 








edgestone hauled 








and set @ 40c. . 


48 40 






118 linear feet circular edge- 








stone set @ 20c. 


23 60 







Carried forward . . . $1,666 88 $908 09 



Street Department — Highway Division. 151 



Brought forward . . $1,666 88 


68 linear feet existing 




edgestone reset @ 




20c 


13 60 


1,306 square yards granite 




block paving fur- 




nished and laid @ $2, 


2,612 00 


35 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 30c. . 


10 50 


67 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled 




and laid @ 75c. 


50 25 


4 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 25c. . 


1 00 


3,443 square yards macadam 




surface furnished 




and placed @ 62^c, 


2,151 88 


431 square yards loam 




spaces furnished, 




placed and seeded 




@ 28c. 


120 68 


13,029 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




14c 


1,824 06 


167.4 linear feet artificial 




stone curbs fur- 




nished and laid @ 




85c 


142 29 


17 covers reset @ $3 


51 00 



$908 09 



8,644 14 



Extra work — Build underdrains 
to connect the cinder founda- 
tions of the artificial stone side- 
walks with the catch-basins 
where directed. 
28 hours' labor @ 25c. . 

Plus 15 per cent on $7, 

84 feet 6-inch pipe @ 15c, 
If bags cement @ 50c, 
70 brick @ $12 M. . 
7 |-inch bends @ 50c, 
3^ tons crushed stone @ 
$1.50 .... 



$7 00 
1 05 






8 05 




$12 60 

88 

84 

3 50 




5 25 






23 07 





1,583 35 



152 



City Document No. 35. 



Corona street, from Bowdoin street to Geneva avenue. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Engineering $8 25 

Cottage terrace, from East Cottage street to Marshfield street. 
(Work done in 1909.) 
Engineering . . $3 25 

Covington street, from East Eighth street to Columbia road. 
(Work done in 1909.) 

Engineering $9 25 

Balance, amount due Joseph B. 
O'Rourke & Co., under contract: 
3f days, double teams 



(hauling blocks), 
$5 . . '. 
Amount retained, 5 per 
cent .... 



$18 75 
81 98 



100 73 



$109 98 



Damrell street (formerly Dorr street), from Dorchester avenue 
to Old Colony avenue. Length, 1,008 feet. Area, 3,000 
square yards. Constructed roadway, brick block pave- 
ment, edgestones set, block gutters laid, brick sidewalks 
laid and flagging crosswalks laid. 
Engineering 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising 
Templets . 
Lumber, 501 feet 
Bricks, 54,710 . 
Blocks, 46,790 . 
Flagging, 192 linear feet 
Rebate, artificial stone sidewalk, 1,582 
square feet @ 6c. .... 
Amount paid Central Construction 
Company, under contract: 
Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
693 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@40c. . 
2,242 cubic yards subgrading 
(filling furnished) @ 
' 25c 



$242 55 


276 


75 


5 


00 


10 


44 


8 


62 


13 


53 


656 


52 


935 


80 


138 


76 



94 92 



$1 00 



277 20 



560 50 



Carried forward 



$838 70 $2,382 89 



Street Department — Highway Division. 153 

Brought forward . . . $838 70 $2,382 89 

1,789 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set® 93c. . . 1,663 77 
176 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.33 _ . 234 08 
185 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. . . . 27 75 

1,316 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 55c. . 723 80 
311 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid ® 50c. . . 155 50 
14 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid, grout joints, 
including excava- 
tion, concrete base 
and gravel bed, @ 

60c 8 40 

40 square yards flagging- 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid, gravel 
joints, @ 60c. . 24 00 

1,760 square yards brick 
block pavement fur- 
nished and laid, in- 
cluding concrete 
base, sand bed and 
groutjoints,®$2.45, 4,312 00 

1,139 square yards brick side- 
walks laid % 28c. . 318 92 
145 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 28c. . 40 60 





$8,347 52 


Extra work — Sheath 




wooden buildings 




with planks where 




directed : 




18 hours' labor ® 25c. 


4 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$4.50 


68 


\ keg nails % $2.50 


1 25 



Carried forward . . . $8,353 95 $2,382 89 



154 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 


$8,353 95 $2,382 89 


Extra work — Furnish 








and place the stone 








for macadam road- 








way at Old Colony 








avenue : 








9 hours' labor @ 25c. . 


2 25 






Plus 15 per cent on 








$2.25 ... 


34 






36 tons crushed stone @ 








$1.50 . . . 


54 00 








$8,410 54 




Less 8 days' use of city 








small steam roller @ 








$3 . . . . 


24 00 










8,386 


54 







,769 43 

Danville street, from Bellevue street to Wren street. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $29 75 

Advertising 12 31 

$42 06 

Deaconess road, from Brookline avenue to Bellevue street. 
Length, 257 feet. Area, 953 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters 
laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 



102 

1 

10 

12 

1 



01 
00 
05 
54 
24 
26 



Engineering expense 
Advertising 
Flagging . 
Teaming . 
Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company, under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, stumps, 

etc 1 00 

503 cubic yards subgrading (earth 

excavation) @ 45c. . . . 226 35 
3 cubic yards subgrading (rock 

excavation) @ $1.75 . 5 25 

558 linear feet straight edgestone fur- 
nished and set @ 98c. . . 546 84 
35 linear feet circular edgestone 

furnished and set @ $1.50 . 52 50 

70 linear feet existing edgestone 

reset @ 20c 14 00 

Carried forward . . . . . $1,063 04 



Street Department — Highway Division. 155 

Brought forward $1,063 04 

208 square yards granite block pav- 
ing furnished and laid (5> $1 .95, 405 60 
36 square yards existing granite 

block paving relaid @ 50c. . 18 00 

4 square yards flagging crosswalks 

hauled and laid @ $1 . . 4 00 

19 square yards existing flagging 

crosswalks relaid @ 50c. . 9 50 

685 square yards macadam surface 

furnished and placed @ 50c. . 342 50 

1 cover reset 3 00 

Extra work — Omit brick side- 
walks and substitute artificial 
stone sidewalks: 
3,770 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid @ 
16c. . 603 20 

?,448 84 



Dighton street extension, from Circle to Chestnut Hill avenue. 
Length, 285 feet. Area, 887 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 
Brick supplied by the Schoolhouse Department. Work 
done and materials furnished by the city. 



Advertising 

Teaming .... 
Roadway excavation 
Edgestone excavation . 
Edgestone setting . 
Gutter excavation . 
Gutter paving 
Crosswalk excavation . 
Crosswalk laying . 
Brickwalk excavation . 
Brickwalk laying . 
Sidewalk grading . 
Macadam spreading 
Water carts 
Steam rollers . 
Edgestone, 375 feet 6 inches, 

feet 9 inches 
Gravel, 32 double loads 
Lumber, 31 feet 
Flagging, 138 feet 3 inches 
Blocks, 7,990 . 
Crushed stone, 307.7 tons 



circles, 83 



$0 98 
312 17 
338 81 
101 75 
140 

27 

61 

13 

70 

20 

44 

56 62 
137 88 

29 

92 



75 

60 
54 
00 
50 
37 
57 



00 
00 



363 
56 

94 
159 
292 



35 

00 
84 
01 
80 
35 



!,413 89 



156 City Document No. 35. 

Dix place, extension to Tremont street. (Work not started.) 
Engineering . . $7 75 

Dorchester avenue, corner Washington street. Widened. Edge- 
stone reset, gutters repaired and brick sidewalks relaid. 

Engineering 

Labor 

Teaming 

Gravel, 6 double loads . 
Edgestones, 29 feet 7 inches circles 

Blocks, 630 

$207 90 



$2 


00 


108 


25 


40 


55 


9 


00 


35 


50 


12 


60 



Edgar street, from Parker street to Mechanic street. Length, 
178 feet. Area, 492 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
nagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . . . • . 




$59 25 


Inspection . * . 




54 57 


Engineering expense 




1 10 


Advertising .... 




13 15 


Edgestone, 327 feet; 2 small, 


1 large 




corner, 4 feet 8^ inches circles 


247 74 


Flagging, 60 feet 2 inches 




40 92 


Blocks, 2,800 .... 




56 00 


Bricks, 250 ... 




3 00 


Lumber, 1,038 feet 




27 99 


Labor, building fence 




20 13 


Amount paid William J. Rafferty & 




Co., under contract: 






Removing trees, 






•bushes, stumps, etc., 


$10 00 




23 cubic yards subgrading 






(earth excavation) 






@ 25c. 


5 75 




451 cubic yards filling fur- 






nished @ 50c. . 


225 50 




327 linear feet straight 






edgestone hauled and 






set at 20c. 


65 40 




16 linear feet circular 






edgestone set @ 8c, 


1 28 




85 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 






8c 


6 80 




121 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and laid @ 65c. 


78 65 





Carried forward . . . $393 38 $523 85 



Street Department — Highway Division. 157 



Brought forward . 


$393 38 


$523 85 


91 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid % 25c. . 


22 75 




10 square yards flagging 




• 


cross w alks hauled 






and laid @ 25c. 


2 50 




8 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks 






relaid @ 25c. . 


2 00 




264 square yards macadam 






surface furnished 






and placed @ 79c, 


208 56 




49 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks re- 






laid @ 20c. 


9 80 




1,571 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 






lofc 


241 54 




5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 


895 53 







,419 38 



Emmet street, from East Third street to East Second street. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $26 50 

Advertising 20 33 

$46 83 

Evergreen street, from South Huntington avenue about 443 feet 
easterly. Excavated, constructed 6-inch macadam road- 
way, edgestones set, block gutters laid, flagging crosswalks 
laid and crushed stone sidewalks laid. Length, 456 feet. 
Area, 1,400 square yards. 

Engineering $21 75 

Advertising 3 80 

Engineering expense .... 60 

Edgestone 54 35 

Amount paid James H. McCarthy, 
under contract: 
216 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 60c. . . . $129 60 
39 cubic yards subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ 
$1.75 ... 68 25 



Carried forward . . . $197 85 $80 50 



158 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . . $197 85 $80 50 

767 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled and 
set @ 20c. . . . 153 40 

100 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 
20c 20 00 

109 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c 16 35 

307 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.95 ... 598 65 

36 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid@30c. . 10 80 

29 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ $1 . 29 00 

1,130 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
laid @ 65c. . . 734 50 

649 square yards crushed 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid (a). 



50c. . 

covers reset @ $3 


. 324 50 
24 00 


418 78 




Less amount paid 
contract in 1909 


$2,109 05 
on 
. 1,690 27 


$499 28 







Farguhar street, from South street to Selwyn street. Length, 
718 feet. Area, 2,168 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $49 25 

Inspection 215 75 

Engineering expense .... ^85 

Advertising 4 07 

Edgestone, 1,293 feet 2 inches; 152 
feet 2\ inch circular and 6 small 

corners 1,109 43 

Flagging, 242 feet 11 inches. . . 165 17 

Carried forward $1,544 52 



Street Department — Highway Division. 159 

Brought forward $1,544 52 

Amount paid Thomas F. Minton, 
under contract: 

Removal of trees, 

bushes, stumps, etc., $5 00 
978 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 49c. ... 479 22 
1,296 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 29c. . . 375 84 
161 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 18c, 28 98 
21 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

18c 3 78 

546 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.95 . . . 1,064 70 

10 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid@45c. . . 4 50 

56 square yards nagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 65c. . 36 40 
1,691 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed® 59c. . 997 69 
9,410 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

13fc 

8 covers reset @ $3 
Extra work — Refill 
trench over old cul- 
vert: 
4 days' labor @ $2 
Plus 15 per cent on $8 . 



Fenwood road, from Huntington avenue to Brookline avenue. 
(Work done in 1907.) 
Balance due on contract of Bay State Contract- 
ing Company $150 00 

Fletcher street, from Centre street to South street. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Advertising $7 20 



1,293 
24 


88 
00 








8 
1 


00 
20 


4,323 


19 








$5,867 71 



160 City Document No. 35. 

Geneva avenue, from Columbia road to Bowdoin street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $265 95 

Advertising 39 60 

$305 55 

Granville street, from Adams street to Milton street. (Work not 
started.) 
Engineering 
Advertising 

$79 06 

Greenwich street, corner Dorchester avenue. Widened. Brick 
sidewalks relaid and edgestone reset. 

Labor 

Teaming 

Bricks, 7,795 

Gravel, 12 double and 3 single loads 

$271 12 



$66 75 
12 31 


Widened 

$99 75 
51 50 
93 54 
26 33 



Greenwood street, from Harvard street to Elmo street. (Work 
not started.) 
Engineering . $237 11 

Grove street, corner of Washington street. Widening. (Work 
not started.) , 
Engineering $1 75 

Hazleton street (formerly Tileston avenue), from Blue Hill 
avenue for a distance of 562 feet. (Work not started.) 
Engineering $90 25 

Howe street, from Hancock street about 657 feet southwesterly. 
Length, 659 feet. Area, 1,900 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestones set, block . gutters 
laid, loam placed and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Flagging, 42 feet 2 inches 

Edgestones, 1,280 feet 1 inch and 3 
large corners 

Teaming 

Amount paid James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Preparing site . . $5 00 



5126 


10 


114 


75 


1 


90 


10 


74 


28 


67 


833 


01 


5 


00 



Carried forward . . . $5 00 $1,120 17 



Street Department — Highway Division. 161 

Brought forward ... $5 00 $1,120 17 
767 cubic yards subgrading 

(earth excavation) 

@ 50c. ... 383 50 

18 cubic yards subgrading 

(rock excavation) @ 

$1.75 .... 31 50 
1,259 linear feet straight 

edgestone hauled and 

set @ 20c. ... 251 80 
15 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 20c, 3 00 

42 linear feet existing 

edgestone reset @ 

20c. . . . . 8 40 

448 square yards granite 

block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 

$1.80 . . . 806 40 

13 square yards existing 

granite block paving 

relaid@45c. . . 5 85 

20 square yards existing 

flagging crosswalks 

relaid @ 35c. . 7 00 

1,465 square yards macadam . 

surface furnished and 

placed® 72c. . . 1,054 80 

19 square yards crushed 

stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and placed @ 

59c 11 21 

246 square yards loam 
spaces furnished, 
placed and seeded 
@35c . 86 10 

5,726 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

14fc 824 54 

3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 

3,488 10 

$4,608 27 

Intervale street, from Blue Hill avenue to Normandy street. 
(Work not started.) 

Engineering $87 25 

Advertising 16 31 

$103 56 



162 



City Document No. 35. 



Kempton street, from Huntington avenue to Fenwood road. 
Length, 609 feet. Area, 2,145 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters 
laid, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks 
laid. 

Engineering $116 

Inspection . . 81 



Engineering expense 
Advertising 

Flagging, 28 feet 10 inches 
Bricks, 1,500 . 
Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company, under contract: 

Preparing site . . $1 00 
478 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 50c. ... 239 00 

345 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set® 95c. . . 327 75 
179 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.40 . 250 60 
. 125 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. ..... 18 75 

387 square yards g r a n i te 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid (o). 



1 
10 
19 

18 



87 
00 
80 
74 
60 
00 



51 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid @ 50c. 

34 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 70c. . 
1,674 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 50c. . 

40 square yards existing 
brick sidewalks re- 
laid @ 40c. 
4,288 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
15c. . • . • , • 
4 linear feet a r t i fi c i al 
stone curbs furnished 
and laid @ 90c. 

Carried forward . 



774 00 



25 50 



23 80 



837 00 



16 00 



643 20 



3 60 



!,160 20 $248 01 



Street Department — Highway Division. 163 

Brought forward . . .$3,160 20 $248 01 
Less 300 new sidewalk 
bricks furnished by 
the city @ $12 M., 3 60 

3,156 60 

$3,404 61 

Kingsdale street, from Wales street about 250 feet easterly. 
Length, 295 feet. Area, 1,352 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters 
laid, flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone side- 
walks laid. 



Engineering .... 




$111 


34 


Inspection .... 




207 


75 


Engineering expense 




2 


05 


Advertising .... 




6 


59 


Edgestone, 574 feet 1 inch and 


circu- 






lar, 21 feet 1\ inches 




427 


21 


Blocks, 8,075 .... 




161 


50 


Flagging, 70 feet 1 inch 




47 


66 


Amount paid Joseph B. O'Rourke & 






Co., under contract: 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. 


$0 50 






579 cubic yards subgrading 








(earth excavation) 








50c. . 


289 50 






581 linear feet straight 








edgestone hauled and 








set @ 20c. 


116 20 






21 linear feet circular 








edgestone set @ 








20c. . . . . 


4 20 






19 linear feet existing 








edgestone reset @ 








20c. . 


3 80 






212 square yards granite 








block paving hauled 








and laid @ 75c. 


159 00 






7 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








relaid % 75c. . 


5 25 






15 square yards flagging 








crosswalks hauled 








and laid @ 75c. 


11 25 






1,118 square yards macadam 








surface furnished 








and placed (ty, 75c. . 


838 50 







Carried forward . .$1,428 20 $964 10 



164 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . . .$1,428 20 
4,342 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 


$964 10 


nished and laid @ 




14|c 629 59 




6 covers reset @ $3 . 18 00 






2,075 79 





},039 89 



Leon street, from Ruggles street to Greenleaf street. Length, 
891 feet. Area, 1,980 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, graded and filled, block 
gutters laid, flagging crosswalks laid, brick sidewalks laid 
and artificial stone sidewalks laid. (Work unfinished.) 



Engineering 


$195 49 


Inspection . . . ■ . 


146 25 


Engineering expense .... 


1 90 


Advertising 


12 84 


Flagging, 125 feet 


85 00 


Blocks, 23,660 


473 20 


Bricks, 1,000 


12 00 


Amount paid James Doherty, under con- 




tract : 





461 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) @ 40c. . . $184 40 
1,448 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ 93c. . 1,346 64 
65 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.26 . 81 90 
338 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
12c. .... 40 56 
626 square yards granite 
block paving hauled 
and laid @ 63c. . 394 38 
94 square yards existing 
granite block pav- 
ing relaid @ 45c. . 42 30 
24 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 74c. . 17 76 
9 square yards existing 
crosswalks relaid @ 
45c 4 05 



Carried forward 



1,111 99 $926 68 



Street Department — Highway Division. 165 

$926 68 



Brought forward . . . $2,111 99 


1,360 square yards macadam 




surface furnished 




and placed @ 73c. . 


992 80 


16 square yards brick side- 




walks laid @ 41c. . 


6 56 


34 square yards existing 




brick sidewalks re- 




laid @ 30c. 


10 20 


7,400 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid (un- 




finished) @ 3c. 


222 00 


Extra work — Furnish 




filling where directed : 




154 cubic yards filling fur- 




nished @ 65c. . 


100 10 


Extra work — Build 




retaining wall at 




westerly corner of 




Greenleaf street: 




5hours, edgestone 




setter, @ 62ic, $3 13 




10 hours' labor @ 25c, 2 50 






5 63 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$5.63 


84 


2 hours, double team, @ 




75c. 


1 50 


1 ton crushed stone @ 




$1.50 .... 


1 50 


2 barrels sand @ 25c. 


50 


1 barrel cement % $1.70, 


1 70 


$3,455 32 


Less 3| days' use of 




city horse roller @ 




$1 . . . '. 


3 50 



$3,451 82 
Less 15 per cent re- 
tained . . 517 77 



2,934 05 

$3,860 73 



Litchfield street, from Lincoln street to Western avenue. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $26 25 

Advertising ...... 98 

$27 23 



166 City Document No. 35. 

Marbury terrace, from Amory street northwesterly to railroad. 
Length, 345 feet. Area, 997 square yards. Constructed 



6-inch macadam roadway, 


edges tones 


set, block gutters 


paved and artificial stone sidewalks laid 




Engineering .... 




$6 00 


Inspection .... 




64 25 


Engineering expense 




90 


Advertising .... 




4 62 


Amount paid James Doherty, under 




contract : 






Removing trees, 






bushes, stumps, etc., 


$12 00 




471 cubic yards subgrading 






(earth excavation) 






@ 50c. . 


235 50 




655 linear feet straight 






edgestone hauled 






and set @ 22c. 


144 10 




25 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 






13c. . . . . 


3 25 




235 square yards granite 






block paving fur- 






nished and laid @ 






$1.83 


430 05 




12 square yards existing 






granite block paving 






relaid @ 45c. . 


5 40 




12 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks 






relaid @ 50c. . 


6 00 




744 square yards macadam 






surface furnished and 






placed @ 78c. . 


580 32 




4,348 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 






13|c 


586 98 




5 covers reset @ $3 


15 00 




Extra work — Raise 






fence at railroad : 






2\ days, foreman, 






@ $5 . $12 50 






9| days' labor® $2, 19 00 







31 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$31.50 ... 4 73 

10 pounds nails @ 5c. . 50 



Carried forward . . . $2,055 33 $75 77 



Street Department — Highway Division. 167 

Brought forward . . . $2,055 33 $75 77 
Less previous payments 
in 1909 ... 781 06 

1,274 27 

$1,350 04 



Maybrook street, from Glenway street to Greenwood street. 
(Work done in 1909.) 
Engineering . ... $2 00 
Amount due Daniel E. Lynch on con- 
tract 424 67 

$426 67 



Mechanic street, from Ruggles street to Edgar street. Length, 
169 feet. Area, 399 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, block gutters paved, flagging cross- 
walks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering .... 




$47 25 


Inspection .... 




55 31 


Engineering expense 




60 


Advertising .... 




13 16 


Bricks, 250 ... 




3 00 


Blocks, 6,255 . . 




125 10 


Flagging, 30 feet . 




20 40 


Edgestone, 280 feet 7 inches 


and 2 




large corners 




208 41 


Labor, building fence . 




8 62 


Amount paid William J. Rafferty & 




Co., under contract: 






Preparing site 


$25 00 




123 cubic yards subgrading 






(earth excavation) @ 






40c 


49 20 




291 linear feet straight 






edgestone hauled and 






set @ 20c. 


58 20 




10 linear feet circular 






edgestone set @ 8c, 


80 




54 linear feet existing 






edgestone reset @ 






8c 


4 32 




113 square yards granite 






block paving hauled 






and set @ 65c. 


73 45 




31 square yards existing 






block paving relaid 






@, 25c. 


7 75 





Carried forward . 



$218 72 $481 85 



168 City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 


$218 72 


$481 85 


5 square yards nagging 






crosswalks hauled 






and laid @ 25c. 


1 25 




8 square yards existing 






flagging crosswalks 






relaid @ 25c. . 


2 00 




248 square yards macadam 






surface furnished 






and placed @ 79c. . 


195 92 




31 square yards existing 






brick sidewalks re- 






laid @ 20c. 


6 20 




,328 square feet artificial 






stone sidewalks fur- 






nished and laid @ 






15fc 


204 18 




3 covers reset @ $3 


9 00 


637 27 







[,119 12 

Meehan street, from Williams street to Keyes street. Length, 
420 feet. Area, 663 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 




$57 21 


Inspection 




36 00 


Engineering expense 




1 45 


Advertising 




4 49 


Edgestone, 751 feet; 


28 feet 4 inches, 




circles and 2 small 


corners 


584 50 


Bricks, 9,000 . 




105 76 


Flagging, 153 feet . 




104 04 







$893 45 


Less one large corner to stock 


- 


6 00 




$887 45 


Amount paid, James Doherty, 


under 




contract : 






Removing trees, 






bushes, stumps, etc., 


$5 00 




350 cubic yards subgrading 






(earth excavation) @ 






51c 


192 50 




770 linear feet straight 






edgestone hauled and 






set @ 21c. 


161 70 





Carried forward . . . $359 20 $887 45 



Street Department — Highway Division. 169 



Brought forward 


$359 20 $887 45 


50 linear feet circular 




edgestone set @ 15c, 


7 50 


67 linear feet existing 




edgestone reset @ 




15c 


10 05 


258 square yards granite 




block paving fur- 




nished and laid @ 




$1.84 


474 72 


23 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 45c. . 


10 35 


32 square yards nagging 




crosswalks hauled 




and laid @ 80c. 


25 60 


483 square yards macadam 




surface furnished and 




placed @ 78c. . 


376 74 


206 square yards brick 




sidewalks laid @ 




43c 


88 58 


6 covers reset @ $3 


18 00 


$1,370 74 


Extra work — Cut 




sheathing where 




directed : 




11 days' labor @ $2 


2 33 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$2.33 


35 




1 070 AO 




X,OiO ^-£ 



?,260 87 

Melbourne street, from Centre street to the southeasterly line 
of Brent street extended. (Work done in 1909.) 
Amount retained under contract and 

paid to Thomas Croke & Co. . $240 21 
Extra work — Remove tree : 
1 day, foreman . $4 00 
4 days' labor @ $2 . 8 00 

$12 00 

Plus 15 per cent on $12 . 1 80 

13 80 

$254 01 

Millet street, from Athelwold street to Harvard street. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Advertising $8 27 



$152 64 

277 50 

3 75 

5 07 


L,796 30 
96 62 



170 City Document No. 35. 

Montfern avenue, from Washington street to Faneuil street. 
(Work done in 1909.) 
Engineering $2 00 

Mora street, from Washington street to Milton avenue. Length, 
1,259 feet. Area, 3,712 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, set edgestones, block gutters 
paved, flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial 
stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense .... 

Advertising 

Edgestone, 2,485 feet 2 inches; 41 feet 

6 inches circular and 4 small corners, 

Flagging, 142 feet 1 inch .... 

Amount paid Joseph B. O'Rourke & 

Co., under contract: 

Removing trees, 

bushes, stumps, etc., $0 01 
1,471 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion)© 45c. . . 661 95 
101 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (rock excava- 
tion) @ $1.75 . 176 75 
2,492 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 22c. . 548 24 
55 linear feet circular 
edgestone set @ 

15c 8 25 

45 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

- 15c 6 75 

883 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2 . 1,766 00 

30 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 75c. . 22 50 
2,799 square yards mac- 
adam surface fur- 
nished and placed 
@70c. . . . 1,959 30 



Carried forward . . . $5,149 75 $2,331 88 



Street Department — Highway Division. 171 

Brought forward . . . $5,149 75 $2,331 88 
475 square yards loam 
spaces furnished, 
placed and seeded 
@35c. ... 166 25 
10,309 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
14|c. . . . 1,494 81 
21 covers reset @ $3 63 00 

6,873 81 

$9,205 69 



Morton street, from Blue Hill avenue to beyond Leslie street. 
Widening. 

Engineering $114 75 

Advertising 14 78 

Teaming 41 99 

Labor, reset edgestone .... 4 50 

$176 02 

Newcastle road, from Faneuil street to Hobson street. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Engineering $4 00 

Opera -place, from Huntington avenue to St. Stephen street. 
(Work done in 1909.) 

Engineering $2 00 

Advertising 4 42 

$6 42 



Penhallow street, from Melville avenue to Mather street. Six- 
inch macadam roadway constructed, granite block gutters 
laid, nagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial 
stone sidewalks laid. (Work started in 1909.) 



Engineering . 


$22 50 




Inspection 


35 25 




Engineering expense 


1 15 




Edgestone, 7 feet 4 inches 


4 62 




Crushed stone, 2 tons 


2 46 


$65 98 






Steam roller 




24 00 


Amount paid Frank H. 


Cowin Com- 




pany, under contract 






33 cubic yards subgrad- 




ing (earth excava- 




tion) % 60c. 


$19 80 





Carried forward ... $19 80 $89 98 



172 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 

77 square yards loam fur- 
nished, placed and 
seeded @ 35c. 
Add 15 per cent on 
$1,019.29 retained in 
1909 .... 



$19 80 $89 98 



26 95 



152 89 



Less 2 days use of city 
steam roller @ $12 . 



$199 64 
24 00 



Amount paid James Doherty, under 

contract : 
1,192 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid @ 



175 64 



184 76 



$450 38 



Plainfield street, from Williams street to Keyes street. Length, 
251 feet. Area, 558 square yards. Constructed 6-inch mac- 
adam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters laid, flagging 
crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 




$71 


75 


Inspection 




68 


25 


Engineering expense 




1 


00 


Advertising 




10 


54 


Flagging, 102 feet 1 inch 




69 


42 


Amount paid Thomas F. Min 


;on, under 






contract : 








Removing trees, bushes, 








stumps, etc. 


$1 00 






333 cubic yards subgrading 








(earth excavation) @ 








45c 


149 85 






493 linear feet straight edge- 








stone furnished and 








set @ 95c. 


468 35 






45 linear feet circular edge- 








stone furnished and 








set @ $1.44 . 


64 80 






195 square yards granite 








block paving fur- 








nished and laid @ 








$1.84 . . , _ . 


358 80 






21 square yards flagging 








crosswalks hauled 








and laid @ 75c. 


15 75 







Carried forward . 



,058 55 $220 96 



Street Department — Highway Division. 173 

Brought forward . . . $1,058 55 $220 96 
366 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed @ 65c. . 237 90 
3 covers reset @ $3 . 9 00 

1,305 45 

Extra work — Omit brick side- 
walks and substitute artificial 
stone sidewalks: 
2,137 square feet artificial stone side- 
walks furnished and laid @ 15c, 320 55 

$1,846 96 

Prescott street, from Frankfort street to the railroad. Length, 
1,223 feet. Area, 4,620 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, flag- 
ging crosswalks laid and brick sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $155 25 

Inspection 166 50 

Engineering expense .... 4 79 

Advertising 3 80 

Amount paid James Doherty, under 
contract : 

Removing trees, bushes, 
stumps, etc . . . $5 00 
326 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) @ 
50c. . 163 00 

2,500 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 99c. . . 2,475 00 
2,100 linear feet straight edge- 
stone furnished and 
set @ 95c. . . 1,995 00 
188 linear feet circular edge- 
stone furnished and 
reset® $1.35 . . 253 80 
54 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 15c. 1 . 8 10 
885 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.90 .... 1,681 50 
32 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
furnished and relaid 
@ 50c. ... 16 00 
147 square yards nagging 
crosswalks furnished 
and laid @ $4.30 . 632 10 



Carried forward . . . $7,229 50 $330 34 



174 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . . $7,229 50 $330 34 
26 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
laid @ 50c. . ■ . 13 00 
3,859 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 79c. . 3,048 61 

1,789 square yards brick side- 
walks furnished and 
laid @ $1.08 . . 1,932 12 
5 covers reset @ $3 . . 15 00 



$12,238 23 
Less amount paid in 

1909 . . . . 1,093 95 

11,144 28 

$11,474 62 

Public alley No. 1^.25, from Dartmouth street to Exeter street, 
between Commonwealth avenue and Marlborough street. 
(Work not started.) 
Advertising $6 54 

Radcliffe street, from Harvard street to Faxon street. (Work 
done in 1909.) 
Crushed stone, 12 . 6 tons ... $18 86 

Teaming 7 70 

Amount paid Thomas Croke & Co., 
under contract: 
15 per cent retained in 

1909 on $4,716.50 . $707 48 
Less furnished by the city : 
44 T V linear feet flag- 
ging @ 68c, $30 32 
4| days' labor @ 

$2.25 . . 10 12 
12| tons crushed 

stone® $1.50, 18 75 
2 days' steam 

roller @ $13, 26 00 
1 day single team 

@ $3.20 . 3 20 
| day single team 

@ $3.50 . 1 75 
1 day water cart 

@ $4.50 . 4 50 



94 64 



612 84 
$639 40 



Street Department — Highway Division. 175 



Ralston street, from Dorchester avenue to Boston street. (Work 
not finished.) Filling placed, pile bulkhead, fence and 
plank walk built. 



Engineering 

Inspection 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Amount paid James Doherty, under 
contract : 

1,300 cubic yards filling fur- 
nished @ 40c. . . $520 00 
182 linear feet pile bulk- 
head and fence fur- 
nished and built . 1,030 00 

Extra work — Furnish and build 
plank sidewalk as directed: 

Plank sidewalk furnished and 
built (as per agreement) 



$245 55 

122 50 

1 80 

11 65 



1,550 00 



Less 5 per cent retained 



55 00 

$1,605 00 
80 25 



1,524 75 
51,906 25 



Rexford street, from Blue Hill avenue to Oakland street. Length, 
1,013 feet. Area, 2,926 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters paved, 
flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering .... 




$71 


86 


Inspection .... 




78 


75 


Engineering expense 




5 


65 


Flagging, 5 feet 




3 


40 


Teaming 




2 


50 


Amount paid James H. Ferguson, 






under contract: 








130 linear feet existing 








edgestone reset @ 








15c 


$19 50 






56 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








relaid @, 50c. . 


28 00 






1 square yard flagging 








crosswalks furnished 








and laid % $4.50 


4 50 







Carried forward 



$52 00 $162 16 



176 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 
18 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed @ 82c, 

418 square yards loam 
spaces furnished, 
placed and seeded @ 
25c 



$52 00 $162 16 



14 76 



104 50 



Extra work — Furnish 


stone- 


cutter : 




If days, stonecutter, @ 




$4.50 .... 


$7 88 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$7.88 


1 18 


Plus 15 per cent on 




$7,048.87, retained 




in 1909 . . . $1,057 33 


Less furnished 




by the city, 2 




small corners 




@ $3.60 . $7 20 




Less furnished 




by the city, 4 




feet nagging 




@ 68c. . 2 72 




Less furnished 




by the city, \ 




double team 




@ $5 . . 2 50 






12 42 



171 26 



9 06 



1,044 91 



Amount paid Warren Brothers Com- 
pany, under contract: 
9,002 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

13|c $1,192 77 

Extra work — Remove 
surplus material 
where directed: 
15f days' labor @ $2.25 . 35 44 
Plus 15 per cent on 

$35.44 ... 5 32 

2f days, double team, @ 

$6 . 15 75 



Carried forward 



.,2-19 28 $1,387 39 



Street Department — Highway Division. 177 



Brought forward . . . : 
Extra work — Furnish 
and lay extra con- 
crete under side- 
walks where directed : 

316 square feet extra con- 
crete furnished and 
laid @ 5c. 



.,249 28 $1,387 39 



15 80 



1,265 08 



?,652 47 



Rochdale street, from Cobden street to Fenner street (north- 
easterly from Cobden street). Length, 180 feet. Area, 
424 square yards. Constructed 6-inch macadam roadway, 
edgestones set, block gutters laid, flagging crosswalks laid, 
brick sidewalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 
Work done by the city. 



Engineering 




$68 81 




Inspection 


21 75 




Engineering expense 


1 00 




Advertising 


12 04 




Crushed stone, 123.9 tons . 


151 16 




Edgestone, 404 feet straight, 35 feet ( 






inches circles .... 


324 85 




Blocks, 4,860 


97 20 




Gravel, 5| single and 22 double loads 


39 60 




Flagging, 20 feet 5 inches 


13 88 




Filling, 32 double loads 


25 60 




Steam roller 


32 50 




Teaming . 




114 78 




Water cart 




7 35 




Edgestone excavating 




97 50 




Edgestone setting . 




74 25 




Gutter excavating 




30 12 




Gutter paving 




49 50 




Sidewalk excavating for brick 


2 56 




Sidewalk paving for brick . 


3 75 




Crosswalks excavating . 


15 07 




Crosswalks laying .... 


45 00 




Macadam subgrading . 


79 50 




Macadam spreading 


104 00 




Artificial stone sidewalk excavation 


57 75 




Amount paid Jeremiah J. Sullivan 


} 




under contract: 






2,680 square feet artificial stone sid 


e- 




walks furnished and laid ( 


& 




18c 


482 40 

1t'1 0^1 


09 






<ipi,yoi 


j_ 



178 



City Document No. 35. 



Rosemont street, from Gustine street to Train street. Length, 
433 feet. Area, 1,251 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 
Inspection . 

Engineering expense 
Advertising 

Flagging, 156 feet 7 inches 
Amount paid William J. Rafferty & Co., 
under contract: 

Removing trees,bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1 00 
550 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 41c. ... 225 50 
1 cubic yard subgrading 
(rock excavation) @ 
$1.75 ... 1 75 

679 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ 95c. . 645 05 
32 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.29 . 41 28 
96 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

15c 14 40 

262 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.82 ... 476 84 
63 square yards existing 
block paving relaid 
@ 25c. ... 15 75 
35 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid® 90c. . 31 50 
12 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid @ 50c. . 6 00 

995 square yards macadam 
surface furnished 
and placed @ 73c. . 726 35 
4,537 square feet artificial 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
15ic 691 89 



$122 13 

105 75 
1 55 

10 54 

106 47 



Carried forward 



1,877 31 $346 44 



Street Department — Highway Division. 179 



Brought forward . . . $2,877 31 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 18 00 



41 



1 


12,895 31 


Extra work — Build 




underclrains to con- 




nect the cinder foun- 




dation of the artifi- 




cial stone sidewalks 




with the catch-basin 




where directed: 




If days' labor @ $2 . 


3 50 


Plus 15 per cent on 




m $3.50 


53 


4 linear feet drain pipe 




© 14c. 


98 


£ ton crushed stone @ 




$1.50 


38 



2,900 70 



!,247 14 



Sudan street, from Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street. 
Length, 716 feet. Area, 2,070 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Flagging, 111 feet . 

Edgestone, 1,305 feet straight and 21 

feet 1| inches circles . 
Amount paid J. C. Coleman & Sons 
Company, under contract : 
Removing trees,bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1 00 
1,133 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@49c. . . . 555 17 
1,304 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 25c. . 326 00 
22 linear feet circular 

edgestone set % 25c, 5 50 

83 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c 12 45 



$81 75 

111 75 

2 10 

6 59 

75 48 

938 95 



Carried forward 



$900 12 $1,216 62 



180 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 


$900 12 $1,216 62 


484 square yards granite 




block paving fur- 




nished and laid @ 




$1.85 


895 40 


21 square yards existing 




granite block paving 




relaid @ 49c. . 


10 29 


23 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled 




and laid @ $1 . 


23 00 


12 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 75c. . 


9 00 


1,566 square yards macadam 




surface furnished 




and placed @ 59c. . 


923 94 


8,593 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




14ic 


1,245 99 


6 covers reset @ $3 


18 00 




\ n or ^ i\ 




T:,L/iiiJ I Tb 



,242 36 



Taft street (including Cameron street and Pleasant terrace)? 
from Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street. Length, 643 
feet. Area, 1,858 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters laid, 
nagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering 

Inspection . 

Engineering expense 

Advertising 

Flagging, 50 feet 

Edgestone, 260 feet 4 inches straight and 

334 feet 4 inches circles 
Amount paid James Doherty, under con- 
tract : 

Removing trees,bushes, 
stumps, etc. 
628 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 50c. 
266 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @j 18c. 



$118 99 

90 00 

1 30 

10 64 

34 00 

583 44 



$5 00 



314 00 



47 88 



Carried forward . 



$365 88 $838 37 



Street Department — Highway Division. 181 

Brought forward . . . $365 88 $838 37 
335 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 12c, 40 20 
26 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 

12c 3 12 

422 square yards g r a n i te 
block paving fur - 
nished and laid @ 
$1.75 . . . . 738 50 
101 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid © 45c. . . 45 45 
11 square yards nagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 97c. . 10 67 
11 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid® 33c. . 3 63 

1,400 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed® 72c. . . 1,008 00 
1,412 square feet ar tifici al 
stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 
14fc. .... 208 27 
6 covers reset @ $3 . 18 00 



5,442 72 



Extra work — Exca- 
vate below subgrade 
where directed : 
6 hours' labor @ 25c. . 1 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$1.50 .... 23 

Extra work — Point 
with Portland cem- 
ent mortar the joints 
of the existing edge- 
stone where the same 
is not reset: 
18 hours' labor @ 25c. . 4 50 

Plus 15 per cent on 

$4.50 .... 68 

2 barrels Portland cem- 
ent ©$1.70 . 3 40 
20 cubic feet sand @ 5c. . 1 00 



2,454 03 
$3,292 40 



182 



City Document No. 35. 



Wales street, from Harvard street to Talbot avenue. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $110 75 

Advertising . . • . . . 10 78 

$121 53 



Welles avenue, from Dorchester avenue to Argyle street. Length, 
723 feet. Area, 3,213 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestones set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid, loam placed and artificial stone 
sidewalks laid. 



Engineering . 
Inspection 
Engineering expense 
Advertising 

Flagging, 329 feet 5 inches 
Amount paid William J. Rafferty & 
Co., under contract: 

Removing trees, bushes, 

stumps, etc. . . $1 00 
1,095 cubic yards subgrading 
(earth excavation) 
@ 45c. -.. . . 492 75 
786 linear feet straight 
edgestone furnished 
and set® 95c. . . 746 70 
180 linear feet circular 
edgestone furnished 
and set @ $1.26 . 226 80 
508 linear feet existing edge- 
stone reset @ 12c. . 60 96 
534 square yards g r a n i te 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$1.82 . . . 971 88 

60 square yards existing 
granite block paving 
relaid@40c. . . 24 00 
68 square yards flagging 
crosswalks hauled 
and laid @ 90c. . 61 20 
28 square yards existing 
flagging crosswalks 
relaid@50c. . 14 00 

2,784 square yards macadam 
surface furnished and 
placed @ 72c. . . 2,004 48 
2 covers reset (a), $3 . . 6 00 



$173 74 

191 76 

2 85 

4 00 

224 00 



Carried forward 



. $4,609 77 $596 35 



Street Department — Highway Division. 183 

Brought forward . .$4,609 77 $596 35 

Extra work — Omit 

brick sidewalks and 

substitute artificial 

stone sidewalks with 

loam spaces: 
8,010 square feet artificial 

stone sidewalks fur- 
nished and laid @ 

15c. . . . . 1,201 50 
457 square yards loam 

spaces furnished and 

placed® 50c. . . 228 50 
Extra work — Cut down 

approaches to railroad 

crossing : 
21 hours, foreman, 

@ 62|c. . $13 13 
114 hours' labor @ 

25c. . . 28 50 







41 63 




Plus 15 per cent 


on 






$41.63 




6 24 




11 hours, steam roller, 


@ 






$1.62| . . 




17 88 




2 hours, water cart, 


@ 






75c. . 




1 50 




H tons crushed stone 


@ 






$1.50 . 




35 33 


6,142 35 







>,738 70 

Wentworth street, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue. 
Length, 858 feet. Area, 2,479 square yards. Constructed 
6-inch macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters laid, 
flagging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 

Engineering $119 75 

Inspection Ill 25 

Engineering expense .... 2 00 

Advertising 11 35 

Edgestone, 1,620 feet 11 inches straight; 
6 small corners, 57 feet 4| inches 

circles 1,127 44 

Flagging 110 67 

Amount paid Joseph B. O'Rourke & Co., 
under contract: 

Removing trees, 
bushes, stumps, etc., $25 00 

Carried forward . . . $25 00 $1,482 46 



184 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward . . . $25 00 $1,482 46 

630 cubic yards subgrad- 
ing (earth excava- 
tion) @ 45c. . . 283 50 
1,589 linear feet straight 
edgestone hauled 
and set @ 22c. . 349 58 
78 linear feet circular 

edgestone set @ 15c, 11 70 

148 linear feet existing 
edgestone reset @ 
15c. . 22 20 

593 square yards granite 
block paving fur- 
nished and laid @ 
$2 . 1,186 00 



50 square yards existing 




block paving relaid 




@50c . . . 


25 00 


42 square yards flagging 




crosswalks hauled 




and laid @ 75 c. 


31 50 


11 square yards existing 




flagging crosswalks 




relaid @ 75c. . 


8 25 


1,892 square yards mac- 




adam surface fur- 




nished and placed 




@70c. . 


1,324 40 


10,428 square feet artificial 




stone sidewalks fur- 




nished and laid @ 




14|c. 


1,512 06 


14 covers reset @ $3 


42 00 



4,821 19 

$6,303 65 



Westcott street, from Talbot avenue to West Park street. (Work 
not started.) 

Engineering $98 35 

Advertising 15 08 

$113 43 

West Park street, from Bernard street to railroad. (Work not 
started.) 

Engineering $82 10 

Advertising 15 08 

$97 18 



Street Department — Highway Division. 185 

Whitman street, from Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue. Length, 
,808 feet. Area, 2,334 square yards. Constructed 6-inch 
macadam roadway, edgestone set, block gutters laid, flag- 
ging crosswalks laid and artificial stone sidewalks laid. 



Engineering .... 




$109 53 


Inspection .... 




150 


50 


Engineering expense 




1 


60 


Advertising .... 




11 


35 


Edgestone, 1,554 feet 11 inches 


i straight, 






4 small corners and 38 feet 4 inches 






circles 




1,050 


03 


Flagging, 93 feet 8 inches 




63 


69 


Removing trees, 








bushes, stumps, etc., 


$0 01 






1,074 cubic yards subgrad- 








ing (earth excava- 








tion) @ 45c. . 


483 30 






15 cubic yards subgrad- 








ing (rock excava- 








tion) @$1.75 . 


26 25 






1,583 linear feet straight 








edgestone hauled 








and set @ 22c. 


348 26 






52 linear feet circular 








edgestone set @ 








15c 


7 80 






22 linear feet existing 








edgestone reset @ 








15c 


3 30 






562 square yards granite 








block paving fur- 








nished and laid @ 








$2 . . 


1,124 00 






2 square yards existing 








granite block paving 








relaid @ 50c. . 


1 00 






23 square yards flagging 








crosswalks hauled 








and laid @ 75c. 


17 25 






1,765 square yards mac- 








adam surface fur- 








nished and placed 








@70c. . . . 


1,235 50 






10,248 square feet artificial 








stone sidewalks fur- 








nished and laid @ 








14jc. . . . 


1,485 96 






10 covers reset @ S3 


30 00 










4,762 


63 







>,149 33 



186 



City Document No. 35. 



RECAPITULATION OF STREET WORK. 



A street, West First street to Mt. Washington 

avenue 

A street, Athens to West Fourth street . 

Adams street, Dorchester avenue to Bowdoin 

street 

Adams street, Minot to Codman street . 
Adams street, Parkman to Ashmont street 
Albany street, Broadway to Dover street . 
Alford street, Main street to Maiden Bridge 
Almont street, Walk Hill street to Blue Hill avenue 
Amory street, Centre to Green street 
Angell street, Blue Hill avenue to Canterbury 

street 

Ashmont street, Dorchester avenue to Washington 

street 

Athens street, A street to railroad bridge 
Auckland street, Savin Hill avenue to Bay street 
B street, West Broadway to West Second street 
Baker street, Vermont street to Newton line 
Batchelder street, Marshfield to Burrell street 
Baxter street, C to D street .... 
Bay State road, Beacon to Chilmark street 
Beacon street, Brookline avenue to Raleigh street 
Beacon street, Boston & Albany Bridge to St 

Mary's street 

Beacon street, Dartmouth to Hereford street 
Beacon street, Raleigh to Deerfield street 
Bennington street (at Church, corner of Moore 

street) 

Bennington street, Central square to Prescott 

street 

Bennington street, Neptune to Orleans street 
Bennington street, Wordsworth to Saratoga street, 
Bennington street, Saratoga street to Boston, 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad 

Blackwood street (wall) 

Blaine street, Braintree street to 300 feet south 
Blue Hill avenue, Georgia to Seaver street . 
Bolton street, D to E street .... 
Bowdoin avenue, No. 61 to No. 73 . 
Boylston street, Washington to Lamartine street 
Bremen street, Maverick to Bennington street 
Brent street, Washington to Wainwright street 

Carried forward 



$3,983 15 
1,007 63 



1,939 
1,036 
181 
3,209 
3,727 
1,399 



10 
84 
45 
14 
25 
61 



7,588 31 
825 61 

963 65 

926 60 
7 50 

919 00 
3,103 64 

240 54 

484 06 
1,879 22 

368 08 

1,390 64 

37 25 

237 33 

923 65 

8,761 60 

16 37 

724 64 

2,525 39 

1,288 96 

224 18 

2,079 36 

397 01 

126 84 

1,661 72 

4,014 48 

1,128 61 

59,328 41 



Street Department — Highway Division. 187 



Brought forward 

Bromley street, Heath street to Bromley park 
Biirney street, Tremont street to Delle avenue 

Burr ell street 

C street, West Seventh to Baxter street 

Call street, Gordon to Hall street . 

Cambridge street, Allston Bridge over Boston & 

Albany Railroad to Charles River Basin . 
Cambridge street, Washington to North Beacon 

street 

Canterbury street, Mt. Hope street, 1,300 feet 

towards Paine street 

Castle street, Tremont to Washington street 
Causeway street, Leverett to west side of Lowell 

street 

Centre street, Ballard to Orchard street . 
Centre street, Grove street to Dedham line . 
Centre street, La Grange street to Mt. Vernon 
Centre street, Parker to Day street . 
Chadwick street, Yeoman to Hampden street 
Charles street, Boylston to Beacon street . 
Charles street, Cambridge to Fruit street 
Chelsea street, Eagle square to bridge . 
Chelsea street, Bunker Hill to Medford street 
Cleveland circle, Brighton .... 

Clifton street, Dudley to Shirley street . 
Codman street, Dorchester avenue to Adams street 
Corbet street, Norfolk to Selden street . 
Cordis street, Warren to High street 
Corey street, Moulton to Medford street 
Corey street, Weld street to railroad station 
Cornell street, Kittredge to Poplar street 
Cottage street, Sumner to Maverick street 
Gushing avenue, Sawyer avenue to Columbia road 
Dalton street, Falmouth to Scotia street 
Davenport street, Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue - 

Decatur street, Bunker Hill to Medford street 
Delle avenue, Parker to Burney street . 
Devonshire street, State to Water street 
Dexter street, Dorchester avenue to Ellery street 
Doane street, Broad street to 130 feet west . 
Dorchester avenue, Mt. Washington avenue towards 

drawbridge 

Dorchester avenue, Savin Hill avenue to Leonard 

street . 

Dorchester avenue, Dracut to Wrentham street 

(east side) 

Carried forward . . . - . 



,328 41 
436 42 
491 90 
107 29 
289 67 
2,352 80 

3,318 21 



11,409 24 



879 


00 


2,031 


44 


1,002 


73 


582 


22 


762 


89 


343 


90 


547 


12 


975 


14 


22,621 


03 


316 


67 


12 


12 


2,520 77 


2,735 


30 


1,962 


81 


2,052 


52 


9,066 


24 


499 


11 


475 


03 


1,988 


58 


732 


51 


505 


60 


64 80 


766 


50 


396 


65 


1,256 


23 


558 85 


7 


15 


340 08 


632 


19 


1,894 22 


618 


14 


934 


60 


$137,816 08 



188 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . ... 

Downing street, Vernon to Whittier street 
Dudley street, Harrison avenue to Magazine street 
Dunmore street, Magazine to Dudley street 
Dunstable street, Main street to Rutherford 

avenue 

Durham street, St. Botolph street to railroad 

Dustin street, Cambridge to North Beacon street 

E street, First to Bolton street 

East Broadway, H to L street 

East Brookline street, Washington street to Harri 

son avenue 

East Cottage street, Dorchester avenue to Columbia 

road 

East Eighth street, M street to Columbia road 
East First street, P street to Farragut road 
East First street, at Farragut road (bulkhead) 
East Fourth street, H to I street 
East Seventh street, N to O street 
East Third street, P street to Farragut road . 
Eastman street, Columbia road to Elder street 
Elm Hill avenue, Ruthven to Homestead street 
Elm Hill Park, from Warren street . 
Elmira street, Market to Murdock street 
Elmo street, Blue Hill avenue to Erie street 
Emerson street, K to L street .... 
Endicott street, Cross to Stillman street . 
Endicott street, Cooper to Stillman street 
Englewood avenue, Chestnut Hill avenue to Brook 

line line 

Erie street, Washington to McLellan street 
Etna street, North Beacon to Elmira street 
Everett street, Braintree street, 450 feet south 
Exeter street, Boylston street to Huntington 

avenue 

Fairbanks street, Washington to Faneuil street 
Falmouth street, Norway to Belvidere street 
Falmouth street, Massachusetts avenue to Norway 

street ........ 

Faneuil Hall square 

Farragut road, East Fourth to East Sixth street 
Farrington avenue, Harvard avenue to Linden 

street 

Florence street, Brook to Blakemore street 
Florence street, retaining wall .... 
Forbes street, Centre street to Chestnut avenue 
Forest Hills street, Glen road to Williams street 
Foster street, Washington street to Commonwealth 
avenue 

Carried forward 



$137,816 08 

5 00 

20,985 75 

35 60 

2,589 58 

425 05 

656 48 

5 00 

1,617 18 

31 05 



2,214 

116 

407 

2,204 

803 

1,010 

1,570 

1,061 

2,600 

1,138 

628 

1,682 

554 

433 

432 



46 
25 
51 
79 
82 
47 
56 
20 
13 
34 
63 
19 
60 
74 
40 



1,183 82 

2,314 38 

2,688 25 

297 07 

381 26 

20 62 

699 33 

5 25 

800 00 
1,405 78 

602 12 

723 20 

1,256 23 

3,548 01 

1,070 34 

3,367 79 



$201,389 31 



Street Department — Highway Division. 189 



Brought forward .... 

Freeport street, Park street to Bridge 
Freeport street Wall, at Commercial Point Bridge 
Gardner street, Spring to Morrison street 
Geneva avenue, Bowdoin to Park street . 
George street, Shirley to Magazine street 
Gerard street, Kemble street to Norfolk avenue 
Gibson street, Dorchester avenue to Adams street 
Glenway street, west side near Harvard street 
Gloucester street, Boylston to Beacon street 
Goldsmith street, Centre to Custer street 
Grampian way . . . . - . 
Gore street, Parker to Terrace street 
Granite avenue, Adams square to Bridge 
Hale street, South Margin street to 160 feet west 
Halleck street, Ruggles to Station street . 
Hamilton street, Bowdoin street to Homes avenue, 
Hammond street, Shawmut avenue to Warwick 

street . . 

Hampshire street, Linden Park to Ruggles street 
Hancock street, Columbia road to Winter street 
Harrison avenue, Union Park and Waltham 

street (around park) .... 
Harvard street, Washington street to Harrison 

avenue 

Harvard street, Washington street to Blue Hill 

avenue 

Harwich street, Dartmouth to Yarmouth street 
Haskins street, Ruggles to Vernon street 
Hastings street, Centre to Montview street . 
Hawkins street, Sudbury to Chardon street 
Heath street, Bromley to Parker street . 
Heath street, Parker street to South Huntington 

avenue 

Hemenway street, Bryant street to Westland ave 

nue . . 

Henshaw street, Market to Menlo street 
Herman street, Regent to Circuit street 
Highland street, Hawthorne to Norfolk street 
Hobart street, Faneuil to Brooks street 
Houghton street, Mill to Pope's Hill street 
Kenrick street, Lake street to Newton line 
Keyes street, South to Washington street 
Kingston street, Beach to Essex street 
La Grange street, Shaw to Linnett street 
Linden street, Farrington avenue to Cambridg 

street 

Linden Park street, Tremont to Cabot street 
Linden Park street, Cabot to Roxbury street 

Carried forward 



$201,389 31 

2,865 38 

1,694 25 

1,860 61 

959 09 

752 79 

1,242 28 

823 17 

323 17 

48 13 

369 28 

165 25 

' 311 32 

1,341 14 

435 42 

2,456 49 

898 87 

289 12 

5 00 

16,467 65 

454 11 

3,499 51 



4,566 


14 


258 95 


532 


04 


811 


45 


1,055 


65 


326 


43 


37,604 68 


3,194 


46 


190 


35 


302 


46 


3,479 


68 


20 


00 


1,326 


11 


1,289 


16 


1,227 


00 


3,615 


80 


993 


24 


501 


36 


6 


00 


384 77 


$300,337 07 



190 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $300,337 07 

London street, Sumner to Meridian street . . 1,561 58 

Longwood avenue, Brookline to Huntington avenue, 16,533 12 
Magazine street, George street to Norfolk avenue, 468 75 

Main street, Mead street to Furbush court . . 2,018 14 

M arion street, Bunker Hill to Princeton street . 412 10 

Massachusetts avenue, Albany to Southampton 

street 221 73 

Massachusetts avenue, Southampton street to rail- 
road bridge 652 99 

Massachusetts avenue, Albany to Washington 

street (north side) 1,351 00 

Massachusetts avenue, Columbus avenue to Wash- 
ington street 10,446 94 

McLellan street, Blue Hill avenue to Bradshaw 

street 

Mechanic street, Ruggles street to Mechanic court, 
Medfield street, Audubon road to St. Mary's street, 
Meridian street, Maverick to Central square . 
Merchants row, State toward South Market street, 
Merrill street, Erie to Glenarm street . 
Milk street, Pearl to Batterymarch street 
Millmont street, Lambert avenue to Highland street, 
Montview street, Corey to Mt. Vernon street 
Monument square, around Bunker Hill Monument 

Grounds 

Moore street, at church. (See Bennington street.) 
Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, 
Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to Harvard street, 
Mt. Vernon street, Academy Hill road to Foster 

street 

Munroe street, Harold street to Humboldt avenue, 
Newbury street, Clarendon to Dartmouth street . 
Nixon street, Centre to Mather street . 
Norfolk street, Highland street to Lambert avenue, 
Norfolk street, Walk Hill street to Blue Hill 
avenue .... .... 

Norfolk street, Withington to Wentworth street . 
Northampton street, Tremont street to Columbus 

avenue 

North Harvard street, Western avenue to the river, 
North Market street, Merchants row to Commercial 

street 

Norway street, St. Paul to Falmouth street . 
Norway street, Huntington avenue to Falmouth 

street 

Norway street, St. Paul street to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Oakland street, Washington to Faneuil street . 

Carried forward 



1,461 


75 


342 


77 


324 


76 


1,574 89 


551 


33 


308 25 


5,403 


51 


683 


02 


818 66 


5,015 


89 


22 


50 


1,035 46 


556 


94 


797 


93 


663 


72 


51 


25 


346 


90 


3,404 47 


1,373 


77 


26 


77 


2,192 87 


10,441 


76 


1 


25 


278 97 


308 


62 


429 


51 


$372,420 94 



Street Department — Highway Division. 191 



Brought forward . . . . 

Oliver street, Milk street to 200 feet southeasterly, 

Otisfield street 

Park street, at Beacon street .... 
Park street, Centre to Montview street . 
Parker street, Tremont street to Fisher avenue 
Parkman street, ,North Russell to Blossom street 
Pearl street, Milk street to 148 feet south 
Pleasant street, Stoughton to East Cottage street 
Pleasant street, Stoughton to Hancock street 
Pond street, Eliot to Prince street . 
Pope street, Swift to Curtis street . 
Prince street, Salem to Causeway street 
Quincy street, Bowdoin street to Columbia road 
Quincy street, Blue Hill avenue to Columbia road 
Reed street, Northampton to Hunneman street 
Richfield street, Columbia road to Olney street 
Ridgeway lane, Cambridge to Derne street . 
River street, Washington street to Central avenue 
Robert street, South to South Walter street . 
Rollins street, Harrison avenue to Washington 

street 

Rossmore road, Washington to Forest Hills street 
Round Hill street, Walden to Gay Head street 
Rowena street, Carruth to Bushnell street 
Ruggles street, Tremont to Cabot street 
Ruggles street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Salem street, Prince to Charter street . 

St. Paul street, Norway to Falmouth street . 

St. Stephen street, Bryant street to Massachusetts 

avenue 

Saratoga street, at church. (See Bennington street.) 
Saratoga street, Wordsworth to Bennington street, 
Sau?iders street, Cambridge to North Beacon street, 
Sawyer avenue, Cushing avenue to Columbia road, 
School street, Washington to Athelwold street 
Seaver street, Columbia road to Erie street . 
Seneca street, Harrison avenue to Albany street . 
Shawmut avenue, West Canton to West Brookline 

street 

Shirley street, Norfolk street to Massachusetts ave- 
nue 

Simmons street, Linden park to Vernon street 
South street, South Walter to Centre street . 
South Huntington avenue, Heath to Perkins street . 
South Market street, Commercial street to Atlantic 

avenue 

Sprague street, Bunker Hill to Princeton street 



$372,420 94 
2,188 34 

259 00 

364 00 

946 93 
1,708 96 
1,622 18 
1,906 30 
1,226 05 

108 

386 

1,565 

• 2,292 

-1,405 

3,950 

1,333 

307 

623 
1,619 

490 



00 
36 
39 
75 
86 
53 
59 
47 
07 
37 
64 



274 62 

1,888 53 

2,782 74 

3,131 74 

6 00 

447 58 

1,364 45 

1 25 

1,841 71 

904 17 

396 01 

20 20 

655 79 

726 41 

3,591 98 

649 57 

1,125 99 

5 00 

3,531 75 

1,198 14 

645 39 

489 79 



Carried forward 



$422,404 54 



192 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward $422,404 54 

Stillman street, Endicott to Washington street 

North 508 44 

Strathmore road, Englewood avenue to Brookline 

line . 320 69 

Strathmore road, Commonwealth avenue to Lothian 

road 

Sullivan street, Main to Bartlett street 
Sumner street, Cottage to Jeffries street 
Sycamore street, Ashland to Florence street . 
Talbot avenue, Norfolk street to Blue Hill avenue, 
Tenean street, Water to Freeport street . 
Tremlett street, Washington to Hooper street 
Tremont street, Washington street to Newton line, 
Tremont street (east side), Northfield to Kendall 

street 

Tremont street, Station street to Allard court . 
Union Park street, Washington street to Shawmut 

avenue 

Vernon street, Tremont to Cabot street 
Vernon street, Washington to Auburn street 
Waldeck street, Tonawanda street to Melville 

avenue 

Waldeck street, Geneva to Melville avenue . 
Walden, Centre and Bickford streets .... 
Walk Hill street, Wenham to Canterbury street . 
Waltham street, Shawmut to Harrison avenue 
Warren street, Copeland street to Blue Hill avenue. 
Warwick street, Hammond to Ruggles street . 
Washington street North (west side), Causeway 

to Medford street 

Washington street, Armandine to Codman street . 
Washington street, Green street to the Arborway . 
Washington street, north side of Arborway to be- 
yond New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad Bridge _ . 30,968 98 

Washington street (west side) , Williams to Marvin 

street 1,511 93 

Welles avenue, Argyle street to Talbot avenue . 2,717 35 

Wenham street, Weld street to Walk Hill street . 1,216 12 

West Concord street, Shawmut avenue to Tremont 

street 47 02 

Westminster street, Hammond to Ruggles street . 815 18 

Whitney street, Tremont to Conant street . . 124 48 

Whittier street, Columbus avenue to Cabot street, 5 00 

Wigglesworth street, Longwood to Huntington 

avenue 2,233 42 

Winthrop street, Monument square to Adams street, 167 32 

Yeoman street, Albany to Hampden street . . 739 54 

Totals $528,954 75 



779 


42 


2,325 

2,417 
579 


73 
03 
21 


2,466 

3,115 

610 


32 

38 
10 


3,839 


28 


229 42 


429 


08 


474 82 


1 


25 


468 


79 


36 


25 


1,108 
132 


53 

36 


4,176 
771 


27 
12 


3,529 
1,059 


32 

81 


513 


52 


891 


38 


35,220 35 



Street Department — Highway Division. 193 



Charged to Special Appropriations. 

Hyde Park avenue, Ashland street to Hyde Park 

line 

Old Colony avenue, construction of . 



$24,006 63 
7,198 30 

$31,204 93 



Charged to Appropriation for Highways, Making of. 



Addison street, Saratoga to Pope street . 
Ainsworth street, Centre to South street 
Aldrich street, Belgrade avenue to Beech street 
Alpha road, Waldeck to Park street 
Alther street, Hampden to Reading street 
Antrim street, Bennington to Ashley street 
Ardale street, Centre to Walter street 
Avenue Louis Pasteur, Longwood avenue to the 

Fenway 

Balfour street, Wayland to Dalkeith street . 
Beaumont street, Adams to Carruth street 
Benton street, Tremont to Columbus avenue . 
Berkeley street, Providence to Columbus avenue 
Brinsley street, Columbia road to Washington 

street 

Bucknam street, Fisher avenue to Lawn street 
Carmen street, Shafter to Kilton street . 
Chipman street, Norfolk to Torrey street 
Clarkivood street, Blue Hill avenue to Norfolk 

street 

Colberg avenue, Belgrade avenue to Beech street 
Corona street, Bowdoin street to Geneva avenue 
Cottage terrace, East Cottage to Marshfield street 
Covington street, East Eighth street to Columbia 

road 

Damrell street, Dorchester avenue to Old Colony 

avenue 

Danville street, Bellevue to Wren street 
Deaconess road, Brookline avenue to Bellevue 

street 

Dighton street, Circle to Chestnut Hill avenue 
Dix place, Extension to Tremont street 
Dorchester avenue, corner Washington street 
Edgar street, Parker to Mechanic street 
Emmet street, East Third to East Second street 
Evergreen street, South Huntington avenue 

easterly 

Farquhar street, South to Selwyn street . 
Femvood road, Huntington avenue to Brookline 

avenue 

Fletcher street, Centre to South street 

Carried forward 



$2,862 89 

124 36 

10,483 20 

6,980 81 

1,179 29 

3,517 40 

25 29 

26,434 63 

3,135 19 

7,980 33 

1 25 

.60 25 

138 06 

865 28 

500 00 

51 85 

5,654 31 

9,583 35 

8 25 

3 25 

109 98 

10,769 43 
42 06 



2,448 84 

2,413 89 

7 75 

207 90 

1,419 38 

46 83 

499 28 
5,867 71 

150 00 

7 20 

$103,579 49 



$103,579 49 


305 


55 


79 


06 


271 


12 


237 


11 


1 


75 


90 


25 



194 City Document No. 35. 

Brought forward 

Geneva avenue, Columbia road to Bowdoin street, 

Granville street, Adams to Milton street . 

Greenwich street, corner Dorchester avenue . 

Greenwood street, Harvard to Elmo street 

Grove street, corner Washington street . 

Hazelton street, Blue Hill avenue, 562 feet westerly, 

Howe street, Hancock street, 657 feet south- 
westerly 4,608 27 

Intervale street, Blue Hill avenue to Normandy 

street 103 56 

Kempton street, Huntington avenue to Fenwood 
road 

Kingsdale street, Wales street, 250 feet easterly . 

Leon street, Ruggles to Greenleaf street . 

Litchfield street, Lincoln street to Western avenue, 

Marbury terrace, Amory street to railroad 

Maybrook street, Glenway to Greenwood street . 

Mechanic street, Ruggles to Edgar street 

Meehan street, Williams to Keyes street 

Melbourne street, Centre to Brent street 

Millet street, Athelwold to Harvard street 

Montfern avenue, Washington to Faneuil street . 

Mora street, Washington street to Milton avenue, 

Morton street, Blue Hill avenue to Leslie street . 

Newcastle road, Faneuil to Hobson street 

Opera place, Huntington avenue to St. Stephen 
street 

Penhallow street, Melville avenue to Mather street, 

Plainfield street, Williams to Keyes street 

Prescott street, Frankfort street to railroad . 

Public Alley No. I$5, Dartmouth to Exeter street, 
between Commonwealth avenue and Marl- 
borough street 

Radcliffe street, Harvard to Faxon street 

Ralston street, Dorchester avenue to Boston street, 

Rexford street, Blue Hill avenue to Oakland street, 

Rochdale street, Cobden to Fenner street 

Rosemont street, Gustine to Train street . 

Sudan street, Dorchester avenue to Sagamore street, 

Taft street, Dorchester avenue to Pleasant street . 

Wales street, Harvard street to Talbot avenue 

Welles avenue, Dorchester avenue to Argyle street, 

Wenlworth street, Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, 

Westcott street, Talbot avenue to West Park street, 

West Park street, Bernard street to railroad . 

Whitman street, Norfolk street to Dunbar avenue, 



3,404 


61 


3,039 


89 


3,860 73 


27 


23 


1,350 


04 


426 


67 


1,119 


12 


2,260 87 


254 


01 


8 


27 


2 


00 


9,205 


69 


176 02 


4 00 


6 42 


450 


38 


1,846 


96 


11,474 


62 


6 


54 


639 


40 


1,906 


25 


2,652 47 


1,951 


92 


3,247 


14 


5,242 


36 


3,292 


40 


121 


53 


6,738 


70 


6,303 


65 


113 


43 


97 


18 


6,149 


33 


$186,655 99 



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New Edgestones. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Setting. Linear Feet. 



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2,078 
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723 
328 


1,494 
628 

1,263 
798 

2,898 

1,182 


250 

100 


1,867 
261 
908 

2,405 
214 
983 


6,056 
4,203 

349 
2,399 

779 
5,190 


13,548 
15,119 
4,781 
3,654 
4,833 
8,044 


1,814 
2,307 
1,663 
4,811 
2,380 
6,810 


4,705 

534 

813 

5,253 

50 


31,533 


1906 


24,596 


1907 


10,162 


1908 


15,536 


1909 


17,080 


1910 


22,687 






Totals.... 


6,248 


8,263 


350 


6,638 


18,976 


49,979 


19,785 


11,355 


121,594 



New Brick Sidewalks. (Does not include work done on streets laid out 
under chapter 393 of the Acts of 1906.) 

First Laying. Square Yards. 





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400 


8,801 


1906 


934 
455 


. 699 
1,157 


223 


106 
250 


278 


1,758 
856 


899 
296 


328 
313 


4,674 


1907 


3,965 


1908 


217 

311 

1,292 


836 

2,597 

974 






400 
156 

987 


958 
406 
596 


884 
5,359 
2,230 




3,364 


1909 






8,673 


1910 


42 


166 


6,287 


Totals 


4,395 


8,243 


265 


724 


1,924 


8,714 


10,458 


1,041 


35,764 



Street Department — Highway Division. 197 



Recapitulation, 1910. 



- 


Edgestones. 
Linear Feet. 


Brick. 

Square Yards. 


South Boston Paving District No. 1 


328 


1,292 


East Boston Paving District No. 2 


1,182 


974 


Charlestown Paving District No. 3 


100 


42 


Brighton Paving District No. 4 


983 


166 


West Roxbury Paving District No. 5 


5,190 


987 


Dorchester Paving Districts Nos. 6 and 9. . . . 


8,044 


596 


Roxbury Paving District No. 7 


6,810 


2,230 


City Proper Paving Districts Nos. 8 and 10.. 


50 






22,687 


6,287 



Loads of Dirt and Street Cleanings Removed from February 1, 1910, 
to January 31, 1911. 

By Paving Service. 



Districts. 



Single. 



Double. 



Cubic 

Yards. 



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

Brighton 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester 

Roxbury 

South End 

Ashmont 

North End 



634 

355 

301 

1,308 

1,547 

836 

6,293 

4,154 

370 

1,516 



1,337 

73 

83 

1,182 

1,090 

1,381 

2,830 

518 

304 

20 



3,30S 

501 

467 

3,672 

3,727 

3,598 

11,953 

5,190 

978 

1,556 



Totals . 



17,314 



8,818 



34,950 



By Contract. 



Districts. 



Loads. 



Cubic Yards. 



Brighton 

West Roxbury 

Dorchester and Ashmont . 

Totals 



3,147 

5,855 
5,468 J 

14,470 5- 



4,582 
6,441 
6,003| 

1 7,026 \ 



198 



City Document No. 35. 



Loads of Snow Removed from February 1, 1910, to January31, 1911, 

By Paving Service. 



Districts. 



Single. 



Double.f 



Cubic 
Yards. 



Total 
Cost. J 



South Boston . 
East Boston. . 
Charlestown. . 

Brighton 

West Roxbury 
Dorchester. . . . 

Roxbury 

South End.... 

Ashmont 

North End.... 

Totals.... 



656 
733 
900 
365 

3,656 
184 
903 
784 
166 

1,271 



1,080 
44 
364 
155 
685 
144 
155 

1,179 

98 

931 



4,224 
1232 
2,442 
1,012 
7,539 

708 
1,820 
4,713 

543 
4,699 



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4,192 64 
5,781 34 
4,008 30 
7,655 95 
4,087 09 

11,475 84 

13,389 61 
2,817 87 

11,842 71 



9,618 



4,835 



28,932 



1,147 40 



* Single load 1J cubic yards, 
t Double loads 3 cubic yards. 

j This cost includes the plowing of gutters, cleaning of sidewalks, picking ice, etc., 
which is not carted away. 



By Contract. 



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Double. 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Cost per 
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Total 
Cost. 


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1,217 

277 
541 

69 
577 

51 
987 

98 
227 


3,648 
831 

1,623 
242 

1,746 
165 

3,490 
307 
680 


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35 
33 
37 
32 
42 
36 
39 


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307 47 

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79 86 

*646 02 

52 80 

*1,465 80 




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265 20 


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4,044 


12,732 




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for 1910 for work done in 1909. 



$,880.78 paid for snow removal out of appropriation 



Street Department — Highway Division. 199 



Permits for Street Openings. 

Permits for making openings in the public streets 
have been issued during the year ending January 31, 
1911, as follows: 



Name. 



Permits. 



Length in 
Feet. 



Adams-Pond Company 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. . . . 

City of Boston Fire Department 

City of Boston Lamp Division 

City of Boston Park Department 

City of Boston Police Department 

City of Boston Sewer Division 

City of Boston Transit Commission 

City of Boston Water Department 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company 

Boston Elevated Railway Company 

Boston Low Tension Wire Association 

Boston Pneumatic Transit Company 

Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad 

Boston & Albany Railroad 

Boston & Maine Railroad 

Charlestown Gas and Electric Company 

East Boston Gas Company 

Eastern Cold Storage Company 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

Hind, T.J. & Co 

Lynn & Boston Railroad Company 

Massachusetts Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

Metropolitan Water and Sewerage Board 

Murtfeldt, W. A., Company 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 

Old Colony Street Railway Company 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company 

Quincy Market Cold Storage and Warehouse 

Company 

Schoolhouse Commission 

Simpson Brothers Corporation 

Standard Oil Company 

Telepost Company 

Union Freight Railroad 

United States Post Office Department 

Warren Brothers Company 

Western Union Telegraph Company 

Miscellaneous 

Emergency, Class A 

Emergency, Class A, returned as used 

Estimated length 



121 

11 

32 

271 

3 

38 

720 

2 

2,897 

1,811 

246 

8 

9 

5 

4 

3 

191 

214 

5 

1,758 

71 

2 

4 

8 

78 

790 

7 

5 

9 

29 

8 

71 

8 

10 

5 

3 

46 

5 

2,362 

1,070 

645 



11,389 

720 

1,893 

2,323 

415 

1,998 

41,764 

30 

89,126 

96,271 

S2,294 

802 

376 

212 

35 

68 

4,571 

14,039 

185 

90,151 

5,096 

1,030 

94 

785 

6,213 

32,814 

235 

100 

138 

800 

920 

2,434 

151 

2,985 

450 

12 

4,446 

43 

167,844 



16,125 



Totals . 



12,931 



781,377 



Making a total length of openings of about 148 miles. 



200 



City Document No. 35. 



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



Advertising by men wearing hat and coat lettered 

Cleaning snow from roofs .... 

Driving cattle through the streets . 

Dumping snow in public alleys 

Erecting and repairing awnings 

Erecting and repairing buildings 

Emergency permits, class B 

Feeding horses on streets 

Loading and unloading goods .... 

Moving buildings in the streets 

Painting signs or notices on obstruction fences 

Placing signs flat on buildings 

Projecting signs or lamps .... 

Raising or lowering safes or heavy machinery 

Special permits for other than the above purposes 

Totals as above 

Totals for opening streets (inclusive of poles) 

Total of all permits issued .... 



12 
93 

67 

100 

3,100 

8,108 

477 

1,683 

47 

23 

9 

2,275 

230 

433 

263 



16,920 
12,931 

29,851 



Sidewalk Defects. 

The inspection for sidewalk defects during the year 
has not been so extensive as that of the year previous, 
as the inspection force was put on the inspection of man- 
holes in roadways. The results have shown that this 
is a matter that should not be overlooked if the public 
is to be protected against accidents involving not only 
physical injuries but financial loss to taxpayers through 
actions against the city for recompense. In addition 
to the work done by the Paving Division to repair these 
defects, notices were sent to property owners to make 
repairs as follows : 

Wooden steps protruding beyond property line . . 4 

Curbing smooth around bulkheads .... 89 

Areas without guard rails 159 

Glass or bull's-eyes gone from coal-hole or area covers, 447 

Coal-hole covers smooth or broken .... 150 

Flagging around coal-hole covers broken ... 31 

Gratings in dangerous condition 23 

Bulkhead hinges high or broken 41 

Bulkhead covers in dangerous condition ... 60 
Basement windows not properly guarded . . . „ 10 

Gutter stones in sidewalks 60 

Rain conductors discharging on sidewalks ... 41 



Steeet Department — Highway Division. 201 



Granite sidewalks over areas smooth 
Iron rims of area covers smooth 
Bricks over areas settled and broken 
Miscellaneous 



25 

7 

29 

13 



Manholes and Covers. 

An inspection of manholes, made to ascertain the 
general condition of same, resulted in notices being sent 
from this office to the effect that 607 of them needed 
repairs either in having dangerously smooth covers 
replaced or by changes in castings or grade. This 
inspection was brought about by the large number of 
cases of horses slipping or falling from this cause. 

Street Numbering. 

Under chapter 38, section 4, and chapter 47, section 104 
of the Revised Ordinances of 1898 the street numbering 
inspector has assigned and changed numbers as shown 
on the following list : 





Whole 

Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Whole 

Streets 
Renum- 
bered. 


Parts of 
Streets 
Num- 
bered. 


Estates 
Num- 
bered. 


Estates 
Renum- 
bered. 


Metal 
Figures 
Supplied. 




1 
1 
2 




1 


98 
25 
141 
60 
740 
196 
334 
217 


1 
51 

3 
19 

5 


245 




50 








337 








178 




2 
2 
1 
2 


2 
1 


25 

4 
2 

8 


2,141 




509 




812 




616 






Totals 


11 


3 


40 


1,811 


79 


4,888 



Claims. 
The inspector assigned to the inspection of locations 
where accidents resulting in claims against the city are 
alleged to have occurred, has inspected and looked 
up data on 620 cases. This work is for the information 
of the superintendent of streets and the attorneys 
attached to the Law Department. Owing to the 
inspection of sidewalk area covers, coal holes and other 
openings in, or adjacent to, sidewalks, the number of 
defects has been reduced materially and the liability 



202 



City Document No. 35. 



has correspondingly decreased. The ordinary wear and 
tear on the sidewalks however is sufficient to keep an 
inspector busy on claim work and the average cost per 
claim is exceedingly low. One inspector covers the 
entire city on this work. 



Notices to Make Repaiks. 

There have been 15,467 notices sent to the district 
foremen of the Paving Division, contractors, public 
service corporations and others to make repairs in the 
streets where defects existed for which they were respon- 
sible. 

There have been 384 notices sent to departments, 
corporations and others to perform work under the 
direction of the chief engineer of the Paving Division. 

Plans. 

At the close of the year there were on file in the Permit 
Office plans indexed and filed as follows 



Pole locations 

Pole locations, general or blanket plans 

Electric conduit 

Electric conduit, general, etc 

Gas mains .... 

Gas mains, general, etc. . 

Street numbering 

Street railway tracks 

Street railway tracks, general, etc. 

Areas under sidewalks 

Elevated structure 

Police signal 

Cold storage 

Pneumatic transit 

Pneumatic transit, general, etc 

Water mains 

Tunnels . . . . 

Test boxes . 

Bridge grades 

Miscellaneous 



Poles. 



2,904 

49 

1,774 

20 

1,173 

5 

1,820 

711 

48 

119 

27 

30 

36 

26 

8 

22 

9 



411 



9,309 



Permits have been issued for the placing of one hun- 
dred sixty-seven (167) poles in public ways in accordance 
with plans filed in the Permit Office. 



Street Department — Highway Division. 203 

Permits have been issued for the removal of four 
hundred ninety-four (494) poles in accordance with plans 
filed in the Permit Office. 

Permits for the resetting of one thousand three hun- 
dred fifty-seven (1,357) poles that were defective or 
unsafe were issued. 

Bonds. 

There are on file in the Permit Office one thousand five 
hundred forty-six (1,546) bonds covering the issuance 
of permits and maintenance of certain structures. 

Artificial Stone Sidewalks. 

Two inspectors are assigned to inspect the condition 
of all artificial stone sidewalks existing and to oversee 
all such sidewalks laid during the year for persons other 
than the city. These men have charge of all repairs 
made on account of wear, openings by the public service 
corporations, drain layers and others and defects arising 
from any other cause. Their inspection this year 
covered the laying and repair of 270,860 square feet. 
The 174,325 feet laid under guaranty to the city on 
its contracts will come under their inspection in 1911. 
There are about three million feet of artificial stone 
sidewalk for the inspection of which these men are 
responsible. 

In the spring of the year an inspection is made of all 
the sidewalks of this character that are under guaranty 
to the city and any defects discovered are reported to the 
parties who guaranteed, with orders to make immediate 
repairs. Defects discovered on walks on which the 
original guaranty has expired are reported to the party 
to whom the city has awarded the year's contract for 
patching. 



PROPERTY IN CHARGE OF THE HIGHWAY 
DIVISION (PAVING SERVICE). 

South Boston. 

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

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



204 City Document No. 35. 



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 sold in 1910 to the Standard Oil 
Company for $20,100. 

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 Divisions. 

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 now in 
custody of Schoolhouse Commission. 

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. 

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

Morton street, near Canterbury street, lot of land containing 
14,484 square feet, owned by the city and used for storage pur- 
poses. 

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

Dorchester. 

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

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

Codman street, ledge lot containing 299,000 square feet, was 
purchased in 1870. Upon this lot is a shed containing steam 
engine and stone crusher, also a stable and tool house — 111,423 
square feet additional bought in 1907 by the city. 



Steeet Department — Highway Division. 205 

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. 

Roxbury. 

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 Paving 
Divisions ; also a brick building used as a blacksmith shop and 
a shed for storage purposes. 

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

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 
39,511 square feet, used for storage purposes. Both these 
wharves are owned by the city. 

Masssachusetts avenue, near Magazine street, lot of land con- 
taining 317,322 square feet, rented from the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and used for storage 
purposes. 

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. This lot is now used by the 
Sewer Division. 

North End. 

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

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

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



206 



City Document No. 35. 



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APPENDIX C. 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT 
OF LAMP DIVISION. 



Boston, Mass., January 31, 1911. 

Mr. Louis K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — The annual report of the Lamp Division 
for the year 1910 is herewith submitted. 

This division has supervision of the lighting, care and 
maintenance of the various types of electric, gas and 
naphtha lamps in use by the city for illuminating the 
streets, alleys, parks and squares, the setting up of all 
new lamps in the streets and the placing of glass street 
signs and numbers in the lanterns. 

There was appropriated for this division for the finan- 
cial year ending January 31, 1911, the sum of $730,000. 
The expenditures amounted to $710,294.84, thus leaving 
a balance of $19,705.16 unexpended. 

The present contract with the Rising Sun Street 
Lighting Company was extended on February 1, 1910, 
for a period of six months, and on June 23, 1910, for 
a further period of six months. Invitations for bids for 
lighting such streets, parks and alleys as might be 
required with gas lamps were advertised at three dif- 
ferent periods during the year, and the few tenders 
received each time, being considered too high, were 
rejected. 

The use of naphtha lamps for street lighting purposes 
has been discontinued and for the few remaining gas and 
tungsten lamps have been substituted. 

The work of installing the magnetite arc lamps in 
place of the Gilbert arc lamps has been continued from 
last year and practically completed. Several of the main 
thoroughfares, Blue Hill avenue, Talbot avenue and 
Freeport street, have been relighted with these lamps. 

Additional arc lamps have been installed on the Public 
Garden, Marine Park, Columbus Avenue Playground 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 277 

and Franklin Field upon the request of clergymen and 
others interested in the improvement of those localities. 

The removal of unused lamp-posts that have obstructed 
the sidewalks and the removal of unused lamp bracket 
fixtures and pipes from buildings upon which they have 
caused a somewhat unsightly appearance for several 
years has been actively conducted, and but few of them 
now remain to be taken down. 

During the year experimental lighting and extinguish- 
ing of gas lamps by means of automatic apparatus has 
been conducted. Two installations of impulse devices, 
consisting of forty-four of the Kilchman and fifty of the 
Momand type have been placed upon city lamp-posts in 
the South End district. 

The result of the operation of these lamps from Sep- 
tember 20 to December 16, 1910, inclusive, a period of 
eighty-seven days, is as follows: 

Total number of lightings of Momand lamps . . . 4,350 

Total number of lightings of Kilchman lamps . . . 3,828 

Total number of extinguishings of Momand lamps . . 4,350 

Total number of extinguishings of Kilchman lamps . 3,828 
Momand lamps not extinguished . . 75 or l T 2 o 4 o per cent 
Kilchman lamps not extinguished . . 22 or T 5 o 7 o 
Momand lamps not lighted . . . 54 or l T 7 o 2 o 

Kilchman lamps not lighted . . . 52 or lfVo " 
Total failures to light and extinguish 

(Momand) l T 4 o 3 o " 

Total failures to light and extinguish 

(Kilchman) T 9 o 6 o " 

The percentage of failures to operate is small, a little 
over 1 per cent for the total installation. The impulse 
wave has not failed to reach the apparatus at either 
lighting or extinguishing time during the above period, 
and the failure to light in many instances was caused by 
the pilot being out. 

Two of this type of lamp were operated at a distance 
of about eight miles from the governor house of the gas 
company. 

Several single lamp installations of other automatic 
devices of the clock type have been made and are being 
operated. 

The number of inverted mantle gas lamps that were 
experimentally installed has been increased to eighty- 
two and at present are all of the Graetzin type of lamp. 
These lamps have given good service during the period 
that they have been in use. 



278 City Document No. 35. 

The average cost of maintenance per lamp per annum 
for this type of lamp has been as follows : 

3.32 mantles $0 415 

.55 globe 275 

.62 chimney . . ' 06 

.14 burner 09 



13,605 feet gas at 78c. 
Labor at $2.25 per day 



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This does not include interest on installation cost or 
depreciation on plant, which would amount to about 
$1.18. 

The work done by the division in the installation of 
new lamps, repairs and alterations of services and lamp- 
posts has been conducted as follows: 

Two hundred twenty new single-mantle gas lamps 
have been installed and 7 relighted. Forty-two Graetzin, 
95 impulse, and 1 1 new fire-alarm signal lamps have been 
added. One hundred forty-five new arc lamps have 
been installed, subdivided as follows: Magnetites, 123; 
flame, 7; Gilbert, 15. One Gilbert and 2 magnetite 
lamps have been relighted, and 1,102 Gilbert lamps have 
been changed to magnetite arc lamps. Two hundred 
sixty new tungsten lamps have been installed and 3 
relighted. Arc lamps have been provided during the 
skating season at Wood Island Park, Jamaica Pond, 
Savin Hill and North Brighton. Three hundred fifty- 
two single mantle, 35 triple mantle, 119 naphtha lamps, 
15 arc lamps and 2 carbon and 6 tungsten incandescent 
lamps have been discontinued and removed. Eighteen 
police lamps have been transferred and 14 carbon have 
been changed to tungsten lamps. Four lamp-posts have 
been removed and reset on account of building moving. 
The total number of lamps of all types installed during 
the year was 786 ; the total number of lamps discontinued 
547, a total net increase of 239 lamps. 

Changes in locations of 59 gas and 13 arc lamp- 
posts have been made for the better lighting of the street 
or on account of street construction. Sixty-eight tung- 
sten, 212 gas, and 146 arc lamp-posts and 8 arc and 11 
gas brackets have been set for the various types of lamps 
and 190 incandescent fixtures have been put up; 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 279 

32 gas lamp-posts that were broken by teams or other 
causes were removed and new ones set. One hundred 
sixteen gas, 1 tungsten and 2 arc lamp-posts have been 
straightened. One hundred twenty-seven gas, 7 tungsten 
and 8 arc lamp-posts have been reset to line and grade. 
Two hundred twenty-three gas, 122 naphtha, and 7 arc 
lamp-posts have been removed from the streets. Two 
hundred seventy-eight gas brackets, 6 arc and 8 tung- 
sten fixtures have been removed. Three lamp-posts 
and 1 gas bracket have been repaired. Two hundred 
ninety-five new service pipes have been laid and 634 
have been removed and cut off from the main pipes. 
Six lamp services have been reconnected with new mains, 
and 39 renewed or relaid that were trapped or otherwise 
affected by street changes. Seventy-six leaks in service 
pipes were repaired, and 416 service pipes were cleared. 
Two hundred forty-four gas posts have been painted. 
Eight-two post extensions for inverted lamps have been 
erected and 40 old extensions removed. The number of 
glass signs placed in lanterns was 578, and also 233 num- 
bers ; 74 glass shades and 17 arc shields have been placed. 
The tables showing the expenditures of the division, 
the total number of various types installed, the contract 
price paid per annum, the increase or decrease of the 
number of lamps, and copies of lighting contracts, etc., 
are annexed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward C. Wade, 

Deputy Superintendent. 



Gas Lighting. 



There are 11,232 single mantle gas lamps in use, 95 
double mantle lamps, 82 Graetzin inverted mantle 
lamps, 21 triple mantle gas, 95 impulse and 212 open- 
flame fire-alarm signal lamps. 

The city furnishes and provides for the setting of the 
lamp-posts, has service pipes laid from the gas main to 
the top of the post, maintains all such pipes and posts 
in good condition and repair, furnishing the gas, con- 
tracts for lanterns, burners, other necessary equipment 
and labor for lighting and care. 

The division pays for the cost of gas, lighting and care 
of the fire-alarm lamps, and the cost of repairs and set- 
ting up of posts is assumed by the Fire Department. 



280 



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There are 3,581 magnetite arc lamps, 31 "Thoran" or 
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tungsten lamps and 15 carbon filament lamps in use. 

The companies provide and set the lamp-posts, furnish 
lamps, wires, cables and all other necessary equipment, 
and maintain them in good condition and repair. 

(For Arc and Incandescent Lamps see page 282.) 



The following table shows the number of lamps of 
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1911. 



January, 
1910. 



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Fire-alarm 

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The following tables show the location by wards and 
the number of new street lamps erected during the year : 



New Gas Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 




Number 

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Hooten court 

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London street 

Monument street . . . 
Lexington street 

Main street 

Lee place 

Little place 

North Hudson street 

Hull street 

Adams place 

Bridge court 

Leverett street 

Poplar court 

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Coburn court 

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Athens street 

Baldwin street 

Page's court 

Clapp court 

Dexter place , 

Baker avenue 

Cawfield street 

Emrose terrace .... 

Hooper avenue 

Dacia terrace 

Monadnock street. . 

Albion street 

Frawley street 

Foxwell place 

Feid place 

Halleck street , 

Kempt on street 

Leon street 

Wensley street ...... 

Belfort street 

Thane street 

Kingsdale street 

Victoria street 

Wave avenue 

West wood street .... 

Allerton road 

Dunkeld street 

Elmo street 



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284 City Document No. 35. 

New Gas Lamps Erected and Lighted. — Continued. 



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Hallam street 

Kilton street 

Marie street 

Rock terrace 

Radcliffe street 

Brookledge street 

Howland street 

May wood street. 

Townsend street , 

Waverly street , 

Broughton street. . . , 

Sheridan street 

Fessenden street 

Lasell street 

Man thorn road 

Metropolitan avenue 

Patten street 

Pelton street 

Prince street 

Richard street 

Vista street 

Water street 

Basto street 

Boxford terrace 

Dunster road 

Ethel street 

Farquhar street 

Guernsey street 

Hillburn street 

Houston street 

Lena park 

Abbott street 

Augustus avenue 

Alberta street 

Burroughs place .... 
Abbotsford terrace. . 

Alabama street 

Astoria street 

Bernard street 

Capen street 

Clarkwood street 

Almont street 

Delhi street 

Dyer street 

Fessenden street .... 

Flint street 

Gordon place 

Green Hill street 

Havelock street 

Hollingsworth street 

Jones avenue 

Mapes street 

Mildred street 

Rich street 



20 


1 


20 


2 


20 


6 


20 


3 


20 


1 


20 


1 


21 


1 


21 


3 


21 


1 


21 


1 


21 


2 


22 


2 


22 


1 


22 


2 


23 


4 


23 


1 


23 


2 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


6 


23 


8 


23 


3 


23 


1 


23 


3 


23 


1 


23 


6 


23 


3 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


1 


23 


3 


23 


1 


23 


3 


23 


1 


23 


1 


24 


1 


24 


3 


24 


2 


24 


3 


24 


1 


24 


1 


24 


5 


24 


5 


24 


1 


24 


1 


24 


1 


24 


1 


24 


1 


24 


3 


24 


2 


24 


2 


24 


7 


24 


1 


24 


1 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 



285 



New Gas Lamps Erected and Lighted. — Concluded. 



Location. 




Number 

of 
Lamps. 



Rich view street . . 
Temple street 

Torrey street 

Whitman street. . 

Wilcock street 

Dustin street 

Crescent avenue . . 
Heinlein place 

Lincoln place 

Long road 

Princeton avenue . 
Richardson street 

Spofford road 

Serriells place .... 
Vineland street . . . 
Wadsworth street 



New Fire=alarm Signal Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 


Ward. 


Number 

of 
Lamps. 




5 
6 
7 
11 
16 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
24 




Hanover street, corner Portland street 








Massachusetts avenue, corner Boylston street. . . . 




Dorchester avenue, corner Crescent avenue 

Dorchester avenue, corner Savin Hill avenue 

Dorchester avenue, corner East street 




Dorchester avenue, near Ellsworth street 













New Flame Arc Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 




Number 

of 
Lamps. 



Marine Park 

Blue Hill avenue 

Sheridan square 

Columbus Avenue Playground 

Roxbury Crossing 

Franklin Field 



286 



City Document No. 35. 



New Graetzin Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 




Number 

of 
Lamps. 



Alveston street. . 

Elm street 

Grovenor road . . 
Harris avenue. . . 
Myrtle street. . . 
Roanoke avenue 
Aldworth street . 
Burroughs court 
Burroughs place 

Hagar street 

Orchard street. . 

Park place 

Thomas street. . , 
Williams terrace 



New Impulse Gas Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 



Number 

of 
Lamps. 



Claremont park 

Concord square 

East Concord street 

East Springfield street 

Greenwich park 

Harrison avenue 

Newland street 

Pembroke street 

Rutland street 

Rutland square 

Stoughton street 

West Concord street 

West Newton street 

West Springfield street 

West Springfield street, rear of 

Wellington street 

Wellington street, rear of 

Worcester street 

Worcester street, rear of 



3 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
2 
8 
7 

10 

2 

10 

15 

14 

2 

1 

1 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 287 



New Magnetite Arc Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 




Number 

of 
Lamps. 



Chelsea street 

Sumner street 

Hartford street 

La Grange street 

Tremont street 

Washington street 

Dover street 

Cortes street 

Gainsborough street 

Public Garden 

Washington street 

D street, at gymnasium 

C street , 

•Marine Park 

Old Colony avenue 

East Cottage street 

Hunneman street 

Mt. Pleasant avenue 

Columbus Avenue Playground 

Avenue Louis Pasteur 

St. Alphonsus street 

Parker street . . = 

Edgar street 

Parker Hill avenue 

Bowdoin street 

Lyndehurst street 

Park Street Playground 

Washington street 

Seaver street 

Brookside avenue 

Dimock street 

Arborway 

Hyde Park avenue 

Walk Hill street 

Adams street 

Blue Hill avenue 

Franklin Field 

Bowling Green 

Lauriat avenue 

Talbot avenue 

Freeport street 

Washington street 



1 
2 
7 
7 
7 
9 
9 
10 
10 
11 
12 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
17 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
22 
22 
23 
23 
23 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 
3 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
7 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

27 
1 
2 
1 

14 

14 
2 



New Gilbert Arc Lamps Erected and Lighted. 


Location. 


Ward. 


Number 

of 
Lamps. 


Front street 


5 
23 


6 


Glen road 


9 







288 City Document No. 35.. 

New Tungsten Lamps Erected and Lighted. 



Location. 





Number 


Ward. 


of 




Lamps. 


1 


1 


6 


2 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


6 


6 


2 


6 


1 


6 


2 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


3 


6 


1 


6 


3 


6 


8 


6 


2 


' 6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


9 


7 


2 


8 


4 


8 


1 


10 


5 


11 


41 


11 


19 


11 


2 


11 


5 


12 


2 


13 


2 


13 


1 


16 


1 


16 


1 


19 


1 


21 


1 


23 


9 


23 


4 


23 


17 


23 


2 


23 


4 


23 


40 


23 


4 


24 


5 


24 


1 


24 


2 


24 


7 


24 


1 


25 


3 


25 


1 


25 


3 


25 


3 


25 


2 


25 


4 


25 


6 


25 


1 


25 


1 


25 


2 



Overlook street , 

Bowdoin street 

Board alley 

Commercial Wharf, north. . . 
Commercial Wharf, south. . . 
Ferry slreet and Ferry court 

Fulton court 

Keith's alley 

Langdon place 

Land's court 

Marsh lane 

Marshal] street 

Mahoney square 

Mechanic street 

North street 

North Centre street 

North Maiket street 

Public Alley 102 

Quincy place 

Richmond street 

Scott alley 

South Maiket street 

Hartford place 

Charlesbank park 

Allen court 

Public Alley 901 

Back street 

Bay Stale road, rear of 

Parkway court 

Sherwin street, rear of 

College alley 

D street 

West Ninth street 

Bird street 

Kemp street 

Prentiss street 

Page court 

Baker street 

Goethe road 

La Grange street 

Carroll road 

Tollgate Footbridge 

Weld street 

Whiting street 

Cedar street 

Cedar place 

Edgewater drive 

Freeport street 

Washington street 

Arlington place 

Faneuil Station 

Grant place 

Leamington court 

Lawrence street 

Idlewild park 

Smith street 

Smith court 

Smith place 

Upton court 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 



2S9 



Lighting Schedules. 

The following tables show the time of lighting and 
extinguishing the lamps for the different months of the 
year : 

Electric Lighting Schedule. 

January. 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 
Burning. 


(P. M.) 
Jan 1 4 . 50 


(A. M.) 

Jan. 2.. 6. 24 

3. .6.24 

4. .6.24 

5. .6.24 

6. .6.24 

7. .6.24 

8. .6.23 

9. .6.23 

10. .6.23 

11. .6.23 

12. .6.23 

13. .6.22 

14. .6.21 

15. .6.21 

16. .6.21 

17. .6.20 

18. .6. 20 

19. .6.19 

20. .6.19 

21. .6.19 

22. .6.17 

23. .6.17 

24. .6.16 

25. .6.16 

26. .6.14 

27. .6.13 

28. .6.12 

29. .6.11 

30 . . 6 . 10 

31. .6.09 

Feb. 1..6.0S 


.... 13.34 


2 4 51 


13.33 


3 4 52 


13.32 


4 4.53 


13.31 


5 4 54 


.... 13.30 


6. .4.55 

7 4 . 56 


.... 13.29 
13.27 


8 4 57 


13.26 


9 4 . 58 


13.25 


10. .4.59 

11. .5.00 


13.24 

.... 13.23 


12. .5.01 


.... 13.21 


13. .5.02 


. . . . 13 . 19 


14. .5.03 

15 5.05 


.... 13.18 
.... 13.16 


16. .5.06 

17. .5.07 

18. .5.08 


13.14 

. ... 13.13 
.... 13.11 


19. .5.09 

20. .5.11 

21. .5.12 

22. .5.13 

23. .5.14 

24. .5.16 

25. .5.17 

26. .5.18 

27. .5.19 

28. .5.21 

29 . . 5 . 22 

30. .5.23 

31. .5.25 


.... 13.10 
.... 13.08 
. ... 13.05 
. ... 13.04 
. ... 13.02 
. ... 13.00 
. ... 12.57 
. ... 12.55 
. ... 12.53 
. ... 12.50 
. ... 12.48 
. ... 12.46 
. ... 12.43 



Total 409 hrs. 



290 



City Document No. 35. 



Electric Lighting Schedule. — Continued. 
February. 



Stabt. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 
Feb. 1..5.26 


(A. M.) 

Feb. 2. .6 07 


12 41 


2. .5. 27 


3. .6.06 


12 39 


3 . . 5 . 29 


4. .6 06 


12 37 


4. .5. 30 


5. .6.05 


12 35 


5. .5. 31 


6. .6.04 


12.33 


6. .5. 33 


7 . . 6 . 02 


12 29 


7. .5. 34 


8. .6.01. . 


12 27 


8. .5.35 


9 . . 6 . 00 


12 25 


9. .5.36 


10. .5.59. . 


12 23 


10. .5.38 


11. .5.57. . 


12 19 


11. .5.39 


12. .5.56 . 


12 17 


12.. 5. 40 


13. .5.55. . 


12 15 


13. .5.42 


14. .5.53 


12 11 


14. .5.43 


15. .5.52. . 


12 09 


15.. 5. 44 


16. .5.51. . 


12 07 


16. .5. 46 


17.. 5. 49 . 


12 03 


17. .5. 47 


18.. 5. 48 


12 01 


18.. 5. 48 


19 . . 5 . 46 


11.58 


19 . . 5 . 49 


20.. 5. 45 

21. .5 43 


11 56 


20. .5.51 


11 52 


21. .5.52 


22. .5.42 

23. .5.40 


11 50 


22 . . 5 . 53 


11 47 


23. .5.54 


24.. 5. 39 

25. .5. 37 

26 . . 5 . 36 

27.. 5. 34 

28. .5.33 


11 45 


24. .5.56 


11 41 


25. .5.57 


11 39 


26. .5.58 


11 36 


27 . . 5 . 59 


11 34 


28. .6.01 


29.. 5. 30 

March 1 . . 5 . 30 


11 29 


29. .6. 01 


11 29 









Regular year total 339 hrs. 18 min. 

Leap year total 350 hrs. 47 min. 



March. 



(P. M.) 
March 1 . . 6 . 02 . 

2. .6.03. 

3. .6.04. 

4.. 6. 05. 

5. .6.07. 

6. .6.08. 

7. .6.09. 

8. .6.10. 

9. .6.11. 
10. .6.12. 
11. .6.14. 
12. .6.15. 
13. .6. 16. 
14. .6.17. 
15. .6.18. 



(A. M.) 

March 2 . . 5 . 28 

3.. 5. 27 

4. .5.26 

5. .5.24 

6. .5.22 

7. .5.21 

8. .5. 19 

9. .5.17. 

10. .5.15, 

11. .5.14, 

12. .5.12, 

13. .5.10, 

14. .5.09, 

15. .5.06, 

16. .5.05, 



11.26 
11.24 
11.22 
11.19 
11.15 
11.13 
11.10 
11.07 
11.04 
11.02 
10.58 
10.55 
10.53 
10.49 
10.47 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 



291 



Electric Lighting Schedule. — Continued. 
March. — Concluded. 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 
Burning. 


(P. M.) 


(A. M.) 




March 16.. 6. 19 


March 17.. 5. 03 


10.44 


17. .6. 20 


18.. 5. 02 


10.42 


18.. 6. 22 


19.. 5. 00 


10.38 


19. .6. 23 


20.. 4. 58 


10.35 


20.. 6. 24 


21. .4.56 


10.32 


21. .6. 25 


22. .4.55 


10.30 


22. .6. 26 


23.. 4. 53 


10.27 


23. .6.28 


24. .4. 51 


10.23 


24.. 6. 29 


25.. 4. 49 


10.20 


25.. 6. 30 


26.. 4. 47 


10.17 


26.. 6. 31 


27. .4.46 


10.15 


27. .6. 32 


28.. 4. 45 


10.13 


2S..6.33 


29. .4.42 


10.09 


29.. 6. 34 


30. .4.40 


10.06 


30.. 6. 35 


31. .4.39 


10.04 


31. .6. 37 


April 1..4.37 


10.00 


Total..' 


332 hrs. 39 min. 


April. 


(P. M.) 


(A. M.) 




April 1..6.38 

2. .6.39 


April 2.. 4. 35 

3. .4. 33 


9.57 
9 54 


3. .6. 40 


4. .4. 32 


9.52 


4. .6. 41 


5. .4. 30 


9.49 


5. .6. 42 


6. .4. 29 


9.47 


6. .6.43 


7..4.27 


9.44 


7.. 6. 44 


8. .4.25 


9 41 


8. .6. 45 


9. .4.24 


9.39 


9. .6. 47 :....«... 


10. .4. 22 


9.35 


10. .6.48 


11. .4.21 


9 33 


11. .6. 49 


12. .4. 18 


9.29 


12. .6.50 


13. .4,17 


9 27 


13. .6.51 


14. .4.15... 


9 24 




15. .4.14 


9.22 


15. .6.53 


16. .4.12 


9 19 


16. .6.54 


17. .4.10.. 


9 16 


17.. 6. 55 


18. .4. 09 


9.14 


18. .6.57 


19. .4. 08 


9 11 


19. .6.58 


20. .4.05.... 


9 07 




21. .4.04 


9.05 


21. .7. 00 


22. .4.03 


9.03 


22. .7. 01 


23. .4.01 


9.00 


23. .7. 02 


24.-3.59 


8.57 




25. .3.58 


8.55 


25. .7.04 


26. .3.57.... 


8 53 


26. .7.06 


27. .3.56.. 


S ill) 


27. .7.07 


28. .3.54.. 


S 17 


28. .7.08 


29. .3.52.. 


S I 1 


29. .7. 09 




s 12 


30. .7.10 


May 1..3.49 


8 39 






Total 


278 hrs. 55 mi 


l. 



292 



City Document No. 35. 



Electric Lighting Schedule.— Continued. 
May. 



Staet. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 

May 1. .7.11 


(A. M.) 

May 2. .3.48...., 

3 . . 3 . 47 


8 37 


2. .7 12 


8 35 


3. .7.13 


4. .3.46 


8 33 


4. .7.14 


5 . . 3 . 45 . . 


8 31 


5. .7.15 


6. .3.43 


8 28 


6. .7.17 


7..3.42 


8 25 


7. .7. 18 


8. .3.41 


8 23 


8. .7.19 


9. .3.39 


8 20 


9. .7.20 


10. .3. 38 


8 18 


10. .7.21 


11. .3.37 


8 16 


11. .7.22 


12. .3.36 


8 14 


12. .7.23 


13. .3.35 


8 12 


13. .7.24 


14. .3.34 


8 10 


14. .7.25 


15. .3.34 


8 09 


15. .7.26 


16. .3.32 


8 06 


16. .7 27 


17. .3. 31 . 


8 04 


17. .7.28 


18. .3.30 


8 02 


18. .7.29 


19. .3.29 


8 00 


19. .7.30 


20. .3.28 


7.58 


20. .7.31 


21. .3.27 


7 56 


21. .7.32 


22. .3.26 


7 54 


22. .7.33 


23. .3. 26 


7.53 


23. .7.34 


24. .3.25 


7 51 


24. .7. 35 


25. .3.24 


7.49 


25. .7.36 


26. .3.23 


7.47 


26. .7.37 


27 . . 3 . 23 


7.46 


27. .7.38 


28. .3. 22 

29. .3.21 


7.44 


28. .7.39 


7.42 


29. .7. 39 

30. .7.40 


30. .3. 21 

31. .3.20 


7.42 
7.40 


31. .7.41 


June 1 . . 3 . 20 


7.39 









Total 250 hrs. 44 min. 



June. 



(P. M.) 
June 1..7.42. 

2.. 7. 42. 

3. .7.43. 

4.. 7. 44. 

5.. 7. 45. 

6. .7.46. 

7. .7.46. 

8.. 7. 47. 

9.. 7. 47. 
10.. 7. 48. 
11. .7.49. 
12.. 7. 49. 



(A. M.) 
June 2.. 3. 19. 

3. .3.19. 

4. .3.19. 

5. .3.19. 

6. .3.18. 

7. .3.17. 

8. .3.17. 

9. .3.17. 
10. .3.17. 
11. .3.17. 
12. .3.17. 
13. .3.17. 



7.37 
7.37 
7.36 
7.35 
7.33 
7.31 
7.31 
7.30 
7.30 
7.29 
7.28 
7.28 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 293 



Electric Lighting Schedule. - 

June. — Concluded. 



Continued. 



Staet. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 
June 13 . . 7 . 49 


June 14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 

27. 

.28. 

29. 

30. 
July 1 . 


(A. M.) 

.3.17 


7.28 


14. .7.50 


.3.17 


7.27 


15. .7.50 


.3.17 


7.27 


16. .7.51 


.3.17 

.3.17 

.3.17 

.3.17 

.3.17 

.3.17 


7.26 


17. .7.51 


7.26 


18. .7.52 


7.25 


19. .7.52 


7.25 


20. .7.52 


7.25 


21. .7.52 


7.25 


22. .7.52 


.3.18 

.3.18 

.3.19 

.3.19 

.3.19 

.3.20 

.3.20 


7.26 


23. .7.53 


7.25 


24. .7. 53 


7.26 


25. .7. 53 

26. .7. 53 

27. .7. 53 

28. .7.53 


7.26 
7.26 

7.27 
7.27 


29. .7. 53 

30. .7. 53 


.3.20 

.3.21 


7.27 
7.28 



Total 224 hrs. 17 min. 



July. 



(P. M.) 

July 1..7.53 

2. .7.52 


(A. M.) 
July 2.. 3. 21 


- 7.28 


3. .3.22 


7.30 


3. .7.52 


4. .3.23 


7.31 


4. .7. 52 

5. .7.52 


6. .3.24 


7.31 

7.32 


6..7.S2 


7. .3.24 


7.32 


7. .7. 51 

8. .7. 51 


9. .3.26 


7.34 
7.35 


9 . . 7 . 50 


10. .3.27 


7.37 


10.. 7. 50 


11. .3.27 


7.37 


11. .7. 50 


12. .3.28 


7.38 


12.. 7. 49 


13. .3.29 


7.40 


13.. 7. 49 


14. .3.30 


7.41 


14.. 7. 48 


15. .3.30 


7.42 


15.. 7. 47 


16. .3.31 


7.44 


16.. 7. 47 


17. .3.32 


7.45 


17.. 7. 46 


18. .3.33 


7.47 


18. .7. 46 


19. .3.34 


7.48 


19.. 7. 45 


20. .3.35 


7.50 


20.. 7. 44 

21. .7.43 

22.. 7. 42 


21. .3. 36 

22 . . 3 . 37 

23. .3.37 


7.52 
7.54 
7.55 


23.. 7. 41 

24.. 7. 41 

25.. 7. 40 


24 . . 3 . 38 . .*. 

25.. 3. 39 

26.. 3. 40 


7.57 
7.58 
8.00 



294 



City Document No. 35. 



Electric Lighting Schedule. — Continued. 
July. — Concluded. 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 
July 26 7 39 


July 
Aug. 


(A. M.) 
27 . . 3 . 41 


8.02 


27 7 38 


28 3 43 


8.05 


28 7 37 


29 3 43 


8.06 


29. .7. 36 

30 7 35 


31 3 46 


8.09 
8.11 


31.. 7. 33 


1..3.46 


8.13 


Total 




241 hrs. 24 min. 



August. 



Aug. 



(P. M.) 
1..7.32.. 

2. .7.31.. 

3. .7.30.. 

4. .7.29.. 

5.. 7. 28.. 

6. .7.26.. 

7.. 7. 25.. 

8.. 7. 24.. 

9. .7.22.. 
10. .7.21.. 
11. .7.20.. 
12. .7.18.. 
13. .7.17.. 
14. .7.16.. 
15.. 7. 14.. 
16. .7.13.. 
17. .7.11. 
18. .7.10. 
19.. 7. 08. 
.7.07. 
.7.05. 
.7.04. 
.7.02. 
.7.01. 
.6.59. 
26.. 6. 57. 
27.. 6. 56. 
28. .6.54. 
29.. 6. 52. 
30.. 6. 51. 
31.. "6. 49. 



20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Aug. 



Sept. 



2. 

3. 

4. 

5, 

6. 

7. 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

1 



(A. M.) 

.3.47. 
.3.49. 
.3.50. 
.3.51. 
.3.52. 
.3.53. 
.3.54. 
.3.56. 
.3.56. 
.3.57. 
.3.59. 
.3.59. 
.4.00. 
.4.01. 
.4.02. 
.4.03. 
.4.04. 
.4.06. 
.4.06. 
.4.08. 
.4.09. 
.4.10. 
.4.11. 
.4.12. 
.4.13. 
.4.14. 
.4.15. 
.4.17. 
.4.17. 
.4.18. 
.4.19. 



8.15 
8.18 
8.20 
8.22 
8.24 
8.27 
8.29 
8.32 
8.34 
8.36 
8.39 
8.41 
8.43 
8.45 
8.48 
8.50 
8.53 
8.56 
8.58 
9.01 
9.04 
9.06 
9.09 
9.11 
9.14 
9.17 
9.19 
9.23 
9.25 
9.27 
9.30 



Total 274 hrs. 36 min. 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 295 

Electric Lighting Schedute. — Continued. 
September. 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 
Sept. 1..6.47 


(A. M.) 
Sept. 2.. 4. 20 

3. .4. 21 

4 4 22 

5. .4.23 

6. .4. 25 

7.. 4. 26 

8. .4. 27 

9. .4.2S 

10. .4. 29 

11. .4.30 

12. .4.32 

13. .4. 32 

15. .4. 34 

16. .4. 35 

17. .4. 36 

18. .4. 37 

19. .4. 38 

20. .4.39 

21. .4.41 

22.. 4. 42 

23.. 4. 43 

24. .4.44 

25. .4.45 


9 33 


2. .6. 46 

3. .6.44 

4. .6. 42 

5.. 6. 40 

6. .6.39 


9.35 
9.38 
9.41 
9.45 
9 47 


7. .6.37 


9.50 


8. .6.35 


9.53 


9. .6. 33 

10. .6.32 


9.56 
9.5S 


11. .6.30 


10 02 


12. .6.28 


10 04 


13. .6 27 


10 06 


14. .6.25 

15. .6.23 


10.09 
10 12 


16. .6.21 


10 15 


17. .6.20 


10 17 


18. .6.18 


10 20 


19. .6.16 


10 23 


20. .6.14 


10.27 


21. .6.12 


10.30 


22. .6.11 


10 32 


23. .6.09 


10.35 


24. .6.07 


10 38 


25. .6.05 


26. .4.46 


10.41 


26. .6.04 


27. .4.48 


10.44 


27. .6.02 


28. .4.48. . 


10.46 


28. .6.00 


29. .4.49. . 


10.49 


29 . . 5 . 58 


30. .4.51. . 


10.53 


30. .5.57 


Oct. 1..4.51 


10.54 







Total 306 hrs. 53 min. 



October. 





(P. M.) 




(A. M.) 




Oct 


1 5 55 


Oct. 


3. .4. 54 


10 57 




2. .5.53 


11.01 










11.04 








5. .4. 56 


11.06 




5. .5. 48 




6. .4. 57 


11.09 




6. .5.46 




7. .4.58 


11.12 




7. .5. 44 




8. .4.59 


11.15 




8. .5. 43 




9. .5. 00 


11.17 




9. .5. 41 




10. .5.01 


1 1 . 20 




10. .5.40 




11. .5. 02 


11.22 








12. .5. 04 


11.26 








13. .5. 05 


11.29 




13. 5 35 




14. .5. 06 


11 31 









296 



City Document No. 35. 



Electric Lighting Schedule. — Continued. 
October. — Concluded. 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 

Oct. 14.. 5. 33 


(A. M.) 

Oct. 15.. 5. 07 

16. .5.08 


11.34 


15. .5.31 


11.37 


16. .5.30 


17. .5. 10 

18. .5. 11 

19. .5. 12 

20. .5. 13 

21. .5. 14 

22. .5. 15 

23. .5. 17 

24. .5. 18 

25. .5. 19 

26. .5.20 


11.40 


17. .5.28 


11.43 


18. .5.27... 


11.45 


19. .5. 25 

20 . . 5 . 23 


11.48 
11.51 


21. .5. 22 

22. .5. 20 

23. .5. 19 

24. .5.18 


11.53 
11.57 
11.59 
12.01 


25 5 16 


12.04 


26. .5.15 


27. .5.22 

28. .5. 23 

29. .5. 24 

30. .5. 25 

31. .5. 26 

Nov. 1..5.27 


12.07 


27. .5. 13 

28. .5.12 


12.10 
12.12 


29. .5.10 


12.15 


30. .5. 09 

31. .5. 08 


12.17 
12.19 



Total 361 hrs. 21 min. 



November. 



(P. M.) 
Nov. 1..5.06. 

2. .5.05. 

3. .5.04. 

4.. 5. 03. 

5.. 5. 02. 

6.. 5. 00. 

7. .4.59. 

8. .4.58. 

9. .4.57. 
10. .4.56. 
11. .4.55. 
12.. 4. 54. 
13.. 4. 53. 
14. .4.52. 
15.. 4. 51. 
16.. 4. 50. 
17.. 4. 49. 
18.. 4. 49. 
19. .4.48. 
20.. 4. 47. 
21. .4.46. 
22.. 4. 45. 
23.. 4. 45. 



(A. M.) 
Nov. 2.. 5. 29.. 

3. .5.30.. 

4. .5.32.. 

5. .5.33., 

6. .5.34.. 

7..5.35., 

8..5.36.. 

9. .5.38., 
10. .5.39., 
11.. 5. 40., 
12. .5.42., 
13. .5.43., 
14.. 5. 44., 
15. .5.45., 
16. .5.46., 
17. .5.48., 
18.. 5. 49., 
19. .5.50., 
20. .5.51., 
21. .5.52., 
22. .5.54.. 
23. .5.55. 
24. .5.56., 



12.23 
12.25 
12.28 
12.30 
12.32 
12.35 
12.37 
12.40 
12.42 
12.44 
12.47 
12.49 
12.51 
12.53 
12.55 
12.58 
13.00 
13.01 
13.03 
13.05 
13.08 
13.10 
13.11 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 297 

Electric Lighting Schedule. — Concluded. 
November. — Concluded^ 



Start. 


Stop. 


Number 

Hours 

Burning. 


(P. M.) 

Nov. 24.. 4. 44 

25. .4. 43 

26..4.43 

27. .4.42 


(A. M.) 

Nov. 2S..5.57 

26.-5.58....: 

27. .6. 00 

28. .6. 01 


13.13 
13.15 
13.17 
13.19 


28 . . 4 . 42 


29. .6. 02 

30. .6.03 


13.20 


29. .4.42 


13.21 


30. .4.41 


Dec. 1..6.04 


13.23 



Total 387 hrs. 35 min. 



December. 



Dec. 1 . 


(P. M.) 

.4.41 


(A. M.) 

Dec. 2. .6. 05 

3. .6. 06 


13.24 


2. 


.4.41 

.4.40 


13.25 


3. 


4. .6. 07 


13.27 


4. 


. 4 . 40 


5. .6.08 


13.28 


5. 
6. 

7. 


.4.40 

.4.40 

.4.40 


6. .6. 09 

7. .6. 10 

8. .6.11 


13.29 
13.30 
13.31 


8. 


.4.40 


9. .6. 12 

10. .6. 13 

11. .6.14 


13.32 


9. 


.4.40 


13.33 


10. 


.4.40 


13.34 


11. 


.4.40 


12. .6.15 


13.35 


12. 


.4.40 


13. .6.15 


13.35 


13. 


.4.40 

.4.40 


14. .6.16 


13.36 


14. 


15. .6. 16 

16. .6.17 


13.36 


15. 


.4.40 


13.37 


16. 


.4.41 


17. .6. 18 

18. .6.19 


13.37 


17. 


.4.41 


13.38 


18. 


.4.41 


19. .6.19 


13.38 


19. 


.4.42 


20. .6. 20 

21. .6.21 


13.38 


20. 


.4.42 


13.39 


21. 


.4.42 


22. .6.21 


13.39 


22. 


.4.43 


23. .6. 22 


13.39 


23. 


24.. 6. 22 

25. .6.22 


13.39 


24. 


.4.44 


13.38 


25 


4 45 


26. .6. 22 

27 6 23.. 


13 37 


26. 


4 45 . . 


13 38 


27. 


.4.46 


31. .6. 23 

Jan. 1..6.24 


13.37 


28. 


.4.47 


13.36 


29. 
30. 


.4.47 

.4.48 


13.36 
13.35 


31. 


.4.49 


13.35 











Total 420 hrs. 51 min. 

Grand total, per annum 3,828 hrs. 



298 



City Document No. 35. 



Qas Lighting Schedule. 



Date. 


Lighted At. 
P. M. 


Put Out. 

A. M. 


Number of 

Hours 

Burning. 


January 


10 to 14 


4.15 

4.30 
4.45 
4.45 
5.00 
5.00 
5.15 
5.30 
5.30 
6.00 
6.15 
6.15 
6.30 
6.45 
6.45 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.00 
7.15 
7.15 
7.15 
7.15 
7.00 
7.00 
6.30 
6.30 
6.30 
6.00 
5.45 
5.30 
5.15 
4.45 
4.30 
4.15 
4.15 
4.00 
4.00 
4.15 
4.15 


6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.45 
5.30 
5.30 
5.00 
4.30 
4.30 
4.15 
4.00 
4.00 
3.30 
3.30 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.15 
3.15 
3.45 
3.45 
3.45 
4.00 
4.15 
4.30 
4.45 
5.00 
5.00 
5.15 
5.45 
5.45 
5.45 
6.00 
6.00 


13f 


15 to 21 

22 to 31 


13* 

13! 


February 


1 to 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 11 


m 

13 
13 




12 to 25 


12| 




26 to 28 


12 


March 


1 to 9 

10 to 26 

27 to 31 


12 
11 
10| 


April 


1 to 9 

10 to 23 


10! 
9| 




24 to 30 


9! 


May 


1 to 6 

7 to 9 

10 to 21 


9! 
8* 




22 to 31 


8 


June 


1 to 3 

4 to 9 

10 to 30 


8 

■ 4 

71 


July 


1 to 9 


7| 


10 to 31 


7| 


August 


1 to 9 

10 to 21 


8| 
8i 




22 to 31 


9| 


September 


1 to 9 

10 to 11 


91 

9| 




12 to 19 


10 




20 to 30 


io| 


October 


1 to 9 

10 to 22 


l] 
Hi 




23 to 31 


12| 


November 


1 to 9 


12| 




10 to 25 

26 to 30 


13 
13! 


December 


1 to 9 

10 to 24 


13| 
13f 




25 to 31 


13| 


January 


1 to 9 


13| 



Outages on Street Lamps. 

Outages for lamps not lighted on schedule time or 
out before the proper time were reported as follows: 
19,186 arc outages, 5,996 tungsten outages, 1,727 gas 
outages and 62 naphtha outages — a total of 26,971. 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 



299 



Rebates have been received as follows on the various 
monthly bills: 



Date. 



Naphtha. 



Gas. 



Electric. 



February, 1910. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July. 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January, 1911. . 



57 44 

2 04 

32 

16 

1 OS 



64 



131 77 

43 61 

18 57 

6 99 

3 01 



43 
95 
36 



6 92 

8 10 

10 09 



54,153 22* 
1,889 21* 
634 65 
249 71 
143 18 
122 74 
195 85 
202 09 
290 17 
128 73 
317 23 
214 03 



Totals . 



.1 68 



$139 SO 



5,541 71 



* Severe snow and sleet storm, December, 1909. 



300 



City Document No. 35. 



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Street Department — Lamp Division. 301 

Employees. 

There are ten men employed in the division as follows : 
Deputy superintendent, clerk, messenger, stenographer, 
four inspectors, one watchman and one lamplighter for 
inverted mantle lamps. 

There are 127 lamplighters employed by the lighting 
company having the contract with the city. 

Expenditures for Year 1910-11. 
Electric Lighting: 
Arc. 
Edison Electric Il- 
luminating Com- 
pany . . $361,686 31 
Charlestown Gas 



and Electric Com- 
pany . . '. 24,799 45 



,485 76 



Incandescent. 
Edison Electric Il- 
luminating Com- 
pany . . . $22,371 76 
New York Central 
& Hudson River 
Railroad Com- 
pany ... 42 32 

22,414 08 

Gas Lighting: 

Boston Consolidated Gas Com- 
pany $3,439 81 

Charlestown Gas and Electric 
Company 

East Boston Gas Company . 

Rising Sun Street Lighting Com- 
pany, lighting, care and gas 

City lighting and care . 

Naphtha Lighting: 

Rising Sun Street Lighting Company . 

Salaries and Wages: 

Deputy Superintendent and 

clerk $3,800 00 

Inspectors 3,311 29 



$408,899 84 



129 67 
181 80 




272,752 84 
874 70 


277,378 90 




V ■ 


1,833 28 



Carried forward . . $7,111 29 $688,112 02 



302 



City Document No. 35. 

57,111 29 
2,656 68 



Brought forward .... 
Messenger, stenographer, watch- 
man 



Construction: 

Underground work 
Wrought-iron work 
Electric changes .... 
Lamp-posts 

Experimental Gas Installation: 
Automatic lighting apparatus 
Lanterns and fixtures . 
Post extensions .... 

Photometric Tests, etc.: 

Laboratory and street work . 
Apparatus, etc 

Horse Keeping: 

Purchase and board 
Shoeing, repairs on harness and 
carriage 

Signs and Shades: 

Glass signs and numbers 
Wooden signs . . . . 

Glass shades . . . 

Printing, etc.: 

Printing 

Postage 

Stationery and periodicals . 



Traveling expenses 
Telephone . 
Plans . 
Advertising . 
Tools, etc. . 



1,192 52 
360 25 
114 74 
600 00 



52,367 50 

1,167 06 

339 26 



$209 63 
21 81 



$954 75 
121 95 



Revenue. 



$251 99 

564 97 

75 00 



$428 23 

62 63 

128 54 



,112 02 
9,767 97 



5,267 51 



3,873 82 



231 44 



1,076 70 



891 96 



619 40 

214 20 

110 91 

73 00 

40 40 

15 51 



Rent of shop 



$710,294 84 



$1,200 00 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 303 

Agreement for Electric Street Lighting Service. 

The City of Boston, through its duly authorized 
representative, hereby applies to the Edison Electric 
Illuminating Company of Boston for all its electric 
street lighting service, to be rendered by said company 
pursuant hereto and subject to the terms and conditions 
annexed, all things to be furnished or done to the reason- 
able satisfaction of the Superintendent of Streets. 

Location of Lamps. — As now installed in the City of 
Boston or as hereafter ordered in by the proper authority. 

Description of District Supplied. — All parts of the 
City of Boston except those districts formerly Charles- 
town, Brighton and part of Brookline, and including 
those districts respectively, if and when said Edison 
Company shall, during the continuance of this agree- 
ment, purchase the electric distributing systems located 
therein. 

Description of Service: 

79 40 candle power incandescent lamps. 

205 60 " " " " ' 

2 80 " 

425 watt A. C. arc lamps. 

3,183 *400 candle power Gilbert *500 watt D. C. arc lamps. 

40 *800 " " magnetite *500 " D. C. " " 

6 *1,600 " " General Electric *500 " D. C. " " 

If the company shall, during the continuance of this 
agreement, purchase the existing electric distributing 
systems in either or any of those districts of the city 
above excepted, the public lamps then installed in said 
district or districts shall be added to the number of 
lamps as above applied for, or as afterwards increased, 
and shall come under the operation of this agreement; 
and the company will, upon demand, as soon as practi- 
cable thereafter, without charge to the city, substitute 
for such lamps other lamps of standard types. 

The company shall substitute, without charge to the 
city, magnetite lamps for Gilbert lamps at a rate not 
exceeding 100 per week, and General Electric lamps 
for Gilbert lamps at a rate not exceeding 10 per week; 
such magnetite lamps, up to 1,200, to be installed upon 
standard twenty-five-foot poles and such General Elec- 
tric lamps, up to 100, to be installed upon standard 
forty-foot poles; the remainder on the existing standard 
eighteen-foot poles; such changes to be made at the 

* Average. 



304 City Document No. 35. 

above specified rate until not more than five hundred 
(500) Gilbert lamps remain in the territory covered by 
this contract and any extension thereof. In the applica- 
tion of the second clause of the 7th of the Terms and 
Conditions, hereto attached, one General Electric lamp 
shall be counted as equal to three Gilbert lamps or 
magnetite lamps. 

The following is substituted for the provision for 
arbitration set out in the last clause of the 3d of the 
Terms and Conditions, viz. : 

"At any time during the continuance of this 
agreement the city or the company may demand an 
investigation of the question^ — whether the cost to the 
company, including depreciation and interest on invest- 
ment, of furnishing the service to the city called for 
hereby is at the time of such investigation less than 
at the date of this agreement, and if so, how much. 
In determining that issue the investigators may take 
into consideration the cost to the company of any or 
all other parts of its supply and any other pertinent 
facts and conditions which they may deem important. 
Such investigation or investigations shall be made by 
the then head professors of applied electricity, by what- 
ever titles known, of the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology and the scientific department of Harvard 
University, if able and willing to serve. In case either 
is unable or unwilling to serve, his substitute shall be 
named by the then president of said institute or univer- 
sity, as the case may be. In case of any disagreement 
between said investigators they may call in an arbi- 
trator of their own selection. The decision of said 
investigators, or of either of them and said arbitrator, 
shall be binding upon the city and the company until 
the Supreme Court of Massachusetts has decided 
that the constitutional rights of either are thereby 
infringed." 

The following is substituted for the 5th of the Terms 
and Conditions hereto attached: 

"The municipality may, at any time, by written 
notice, require the company to employ a competent 
and disinterested person connected with either the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology or the Scientific 
department of Harvard University to examine and 
test the electrical currents and apparatus employed in 



Steeet Department — Lamp Division. 305 

furnishing the lighting service herein provided for, to 
ascertain whether or not the company is complying 
with the terms of this agreement, and for such purpose 
such person may have access at all reasonable times 
to the lamps, poles, wires, fixtures and other apparatus 
of the company used in carrying out this agreement. 

"In case two tests of any circuit or lamp shall be made, 
separated by an interval of not less than one hour, during 
any one night, and both of said tests shall prove that the 
company is not furnishing the electrical energy or light 
required by this agreement, then such circuit or such 
lamp shall be deemed to be outages, as provided herein. 
If such tests show that the company is not furnishing the 
electrical energy or light required by this agreement, the 
company shall pay the expense of the examination and 
test herein provided for; otherwise the municipality 
shall pay such expense." 

If the city notifies the company within six months 
from the time when this contract becomes operative that 
it desires to extend the contract to a period of ten years, 
the company will make the rates under this contract the 
same as those proposed under a ten-year contract, that 
is, the discount to be ten per cent instead of five, — this 
discount to be retroactive from the date when the con- 
tract becomes operative, that is, the difference between 
the amount which shall have been paid under the dis- 
count of five per cent and the amount which would have 
been paid had the discount been ten per cent shall be 
deducted from subsequent payments. In event of such 
extension of the contract the limit placed upon the num- 
ber of new poles to be installed for the magnetite and 
General Electric lamps is to be abolished. 

And said municipality agrees to be bound by the street 
lighting terms and conditions of the company, printed 
herewith, except as aforesaid, and to pay the prices called 
for in the company's Schedule M C 5, printed herewith, 
until April 1, 1914, and thereafter until one year after 
written notice by either party to the other of its election 
to terminate this agreement, which notice may be given 
at any time after the beginning of the one-year period 
next preceding the expiration of the original period above 
fixed. 

This agreement shall take effect as of April 1, 1909, 
and is subject to appropriations for street lighting. This 



306 



City Document No. 35. 



agreement is in substitution for and in place of a preced- 
ing agreement between the same parties dated April 1, 
1909. 
Boston, May 5, 1909. 

(Signed) City of Boston, 

By Guy C. Emerson, 

Superintendent of Streets. 
Approved May 7, 1909. 

G. A. HlBBARD, 

Mayor of Boston, Mass. 

The foregoing application is hereby accepted upon the 
terms and for the period above specified. 

The Edison Electric Illuminating Company 
of Boston, 

By Charles L. Edgar, 

President. 
Boston, May 5, 1909. 
Form of contract and bond approved. 

Thomas M. Babson, 
Corporation Counsel. 



Yearly Street Lighting Rates. 
Schedule M C 5. 
Electricity for street lighting use will be sold to munici- 
palities under the street lighting terms and conditions as 
printed herewith, in accordance with the following table : 



Descbiption op Lamp. 


Fixed Costs per 
Lamp per Year. 


Running 
Costs 
per Lamp- 
Hour. 


B. 


40 c. p 


Inc. lamp $10 80 
12 00 
14 00 

Arc lamp 36 00 
36 00 
42 00 
42 00 


\ cent 

3 U 

IcT 

4 « 
TO 

ljjr cents 

1ft « 

if " 

O 2 « 

"JT5 


$19 35 


60 " 


22 31 


80 " 


27 85 


425 watt A. C 

* 400 c. p. Gilbert * 500 watt D. C 

* 800 c. p. t magnetite *500 watt D. C. . . 
* 1,600 c. p. JGen. Elec. *500 watt D. C. 


88 75 

92 39 
103 54 
156 27 A 



* Average. 

t This magnetite lamp gives twice the candle power of the Gilbert lamp at 25° below 
the horizontal. 

t This General Electrical lamp gives four times the candle power of the Gilbert lamp 
at 25° below the horizontal. 

A These running costs include the present cost to the company of electrodes (car- 
bons) and trimming of General Electric lamps. If the costs to the company of these 
two items are reduced during the continuance of this agreement, corresponding reduc- 
tions will be made to the municipality from time to time, but the running costs shall not 
thereby be reduced to less than If cents per lamp-hour. 

B Total costs for 3,828 hours per year, after taking off a discount of 5 per cent. 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 307 

First Deduction. — A rate of 1 cent per hour per incan- 
descent lamp and 5 cents per hour per arc lamp will be 
allowed for all outages in any month, provided written 
notice of same is received by the company on or before 
the 5th of the succeeding month. 

Second Deduction. — When agreements are made for 
periods longer than one year a discount of 1 per cent per 
year will be allowed for each year up to ten. 

The Gilbert Standard lamp shall be operated at 6.6 
amperes and a pressure of 76 volts at the terminals. 
There may be a permissible variation of 0.1 amperes 
and 5 volts from the above standard. 

Street Lighting Terms and Conditions. 

The foregoing agreement is subject to the following 
terms and conditions: 

1. The lamps, poles, wires, fixtures and other appa- 
ratus, appliances and materials necessary for the 
performance of this agreement, except posts for incandes- 
cent lamps supplied from underground circuits, shall 
be furnished by the company and kept in good order and 
condition by it. The lamps shall give a clear and steady 
light. The company shall furnish electrodes (carbons) for 
and trim all arc lamps, and will renew incandescent lamps 
whenever they become dim, broken or burned out. 

2. Payments hereunder shall be made monthly on 
the regular pay day of the municipality. 

3. The company will give the municipality the 
benefit of any lower prices for service such as that 
herein provided for, or of any better quality or efficiency 
of service, which may at any time during the continu- 
ance of this agreement be enjoyed by any municipality 
served by it, such relative prices, quality and efficiency 
to be determined by taking into consideration all the 
circumstances and conditions in both cases. Upon 
written demand by the municipality the company shall 
thereafter give to the municipality the benefit of two- 
thirds of any general reduction in the present cost to 
the company, including depreciation and interest on 
investment, of supplying the service called for by this 
agreement, but only so long as and to the extent that 
such decreased cost shall continue. If at any time 
during the continuance of this agreement the company 
and the municipality shall disagree upon any matter 
embraced in this term and condition, it shall be referred 



308 City Document No. 35. 

to the arbitration of three disinterested persons, selected 
one by the municipality, one by the company and the 
third by the other two, a decision of a majority of whom 
shall be binding upon the parties, provided the con- 
stitutional rights of either party shall not thereby be 
infringed. 

4. The company will indemnify and save harmless 
the municipality against any and all claims for damages, 
loss, cost and expense on account of injury to persons 
or property arising in any way out of the erection, 
construction, maintenance or use of any of the lamps, 
poles, wires, fixtures and other apparatus and appli- 
ances furnished by the company hereunder, except 
where such injury is the result, in whole or in part, of 
the fault or neglect of the municipality, its officers, 
servants or agents, while acting as agents of the munici- 
pality; and against any and all claims for damages by 
reason of any alleged infringement of patent rights in the 
use of lamps, poles, wires, fixtures, machinery and other 
apparatus, appliances and material supplied by the 
company hereunder; and will, at its own expense, 
assume the defence of all actions at law .or in equity 
which may be brought against the municipality upon 
any claims as aforesaid, and also against all decrees, 
judgments and orders of any court based thereon. 

5. The municipality may at all times, with or with- 
out the company's knowledge, employ a competent 
person to examine and test the electrical currents and 
apparatus employed in furnishing the lighting service 
herein provided for, to ascertain whether or not the 
company is complying with the terms of this agree- 
ment, and for such purpose the company agrees that 
such person may have access at all reasonable times to 
said lamps, poles, wires, fixtures and other apparatus of 
the company used in carrying out this agreement. 

The municipality will indemnify and save harmless 
the company against any and all claims for damages, 
loss, cost and expense on account of injury to persons 
or property arising in any way out of the employment, 
act or neglect of any such person, except such as may 
arise, in whole or in part, from the fault or neglect of 
the company, its agents or servants, while acting as 
agents of the company. 

In case two tests of any circuit or lamp shall be made, 
separated by an interval of not less than one hour, 
during any one night, and both of said tests shall prove 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 309 

that the company is not furnishing the electrical energy 
or light required by this agreement, then such circuit or 
such lamp shall be deemed to be outages as provided 
herein. 

6. Such additional lamps shall be installed, without 
charge to the municipality, as may be designated by the 
municipality at any time before notice is given to termi- 
nate this agreement, provided the company shall not 
be required to extend its lines more than 400 feet over- 
head, or in localities served by underground construction 
more than 100 feet underground, to reach any lamp; but 
the municipality may require extension of lines for addi- 
tional lamps at anytime during the term of this agreement 
by paying the cost of so much of the extension as exceeds 
that herein required to be made by the company, such 
payments to apply as credits on future bills for lighting 
on such additional lines. Whenever requested by the 
municipality the company will change the location of 
any lamps at the expense of the municipality, not exceed- 
ing, however, $5 for each arc lamp and $3 for each incan- 
descent lamp so moved, unless new lines or poles are 
required. 

7. The discontinuance of any street or highway shall 
have the effect of discontinuing whatever lamps may 
have been located on such street or way. The munic- 
ipality may at any time discontinue a lamp or lamps for 
reasonable cause, but the number of lamps of any type 
in service at any time shall not, except as hereinbelow 
provided, be less than 95 per cent of the maximum 
number of such lamps in service under this agreement at 
any time prior thereto. In case of such discontinuance 
the installation of any lamps at other locations shall be 
charged for the same as changes of locations under 
Article 6 hereof until the original number installed shall 
again have been reached. Lamps of any type may be 
substituted for lamps of any other type if the munici- 
pality pays the total expense of making the change and 
the total amount of payments by the municipality 
hereunder at the then standard rates is not thereby 
diminished. 

8. Should the municipality at any time find that the 
company is not complying fully with the terms and 
requirements of this agreement, the municipality shall 
immediately notify the company of such fact, and the 
company shall at once remedy the fault, but failure to 
give such notice shall not impair any obligation of the 



310 City Document No. 35. 

company. But the company shall not be responsible 
for any failure to supply electricity if such failure is 
without default or neglect on its part. 

9. If the municipality shall at any time during the 
continuance of this agreement be required to purchase 
the whole or any part of the plant of the company located 
within the limits of said municipality, under the present 
law, or any amendment thereof, the municipality shall 
not be holden for the unexpired term of this agreement, 
nor shall this agreement or the unexpired term thereof 
be in any way considered as an element of value in such 
purchase; provided, however, that in case of such pur- 
chase the municipality shall not be entitled to the full 
discount provided for in this agreement unless it shall 
have been in operation for the full period thereof. If 
the agreement shall not have been in operation for the 
full period thereof, because of such purchase, the accounts 
between the municipality and the company shall be 
adjusted so as to make the total net payments by the 
municipality to the company what they would have 
been if the agreement had been made for the period 
during which it was actually in operation. 

CONTRACT. 

For Lighting with Gas and Naphtha Incandescent 
Mantle Lamps Certain Streets, Parks and 
Alleys in the City of Boston. 

The City of Boston having herewith entered into a 
contract for lighting with gas and naphtha incandescent 
mantle lamps certain streets, parks and alleys in said 
city upon the conditions set forth in the annexed speci- 
fications, the undersigned Rising Sun Street Lighting 
Company, hereinafter referred to as the contractor, de- 
clares that the only persons interested in this contract 
as principals are named herein as such ; that no official of 
the city, and no person acting for or employed by the 
city, is directly or indirectly interested therein, or in any 
contract which may be made thereunder, or in any ex- 
pected profits to arise therefrom; the contractor has 
carefully examined the annexed specifications, and he 
hereby bids in accordance therewith and agrees to do all 
the work set forth in said specifications at the following 
prices : 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 



311 



Schedule of Prices. 



Kind of Lamp. 



Price 

per 

Annum. 



Single gas incandescent burners 

Single gasolene or naphtha incandescent burners, 

A lantern with two gas incandescent burners . . . 

A lantern with three gas incandescent burners . . 

Lighting and care of open gas-flame fire-alarm 
signal lamps 



$23 60 
29 20 
35 20 
47 60 

10 50 



With gas. 

With gas. 
With gas. 

Without gas. 



The full names and residences of all the persons in- 
terested in this contract as principals are as follows: 
Rising Sun Street Lighting Company, Boston, Mass. 
Peter J. Fitzgerald, President and General Manager. 
Robert J. Gove, Treasurer. 

Notice. — Give first and last names in full, and in case of corporations 
give the names of president, treasurer and manager or local agent, if any. 

The corporation is of the State of Maine. 
The name and address of the surety company which 
will sign the bond are: 

Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company. 

Signed this twenty-sixth day of August, 1909. 
Signature of contractor: 

Rising Sun Street Lighting Company, 
Peter J. Fitzgerald, 

President. 
Accepted. City of Boston, 

By Guy C. Emerson, 

Superintendent of Streets. 
Form of contract and bond approved. 

John D. McLaughlin, 

Acting Corporation Counsel. 

Approved September 2, 1909. 

G. A. Hibbard, 

Mayor. 



312 City Document No. 35. 



BOND. 

The undersigned surety company binds itself, its suc- 
cessors and assigns, to pay to the City of Boston the sum 
of twenty-five thousand (25,000) dollars. 

This obligation is upon the condition that if the party 
to the contract hereto annexed, therein called the con- 
tractor, shall faithfully perform the said contract in ac- 
cordance with the terms thereof, and do everything of 
him therein required, and shall fully protect the city 
against any infringements of patents, or any other suits 
in connection with or growing out of the performance of 
said contract, then this obligation shall become of no 
effect. Otherwise it shall continue in full force. 

Signed, sealed and delivered August 26, 1909. 

The Corporation is of the State of Massachusetts. 

The President is T. J. Falvey. 

The Treasurer is John T. Burnett. 

The place of business in Boston is 77-85 State street. 



SPECIFICATIONS. 

1. By the city is meant the City of Boston, acting 
through the Superintendent of Streets or such subordi- 
nate or other officer as may have charge of street lighting 
in said city. By the contractor is meant the Rising Sun 
Street Lighting Company. 

2. Work to be Done. — The work to be done under this 
contract shall consist of supplying all the material, labor 
and equipment necessary and required (except the posts 
and service pipes) to light with gas or naphtha incandes- 
cent lamps such streets, parks, alleys and public places 
as may from time to time be designated by the city dur- 
ing the continuance of this contract, from September 16, 
1909, to January 31, 1910. He must also light, extin- 
guish and keep clean such open-flame fire-alarm signal 
lamps as the city may from time to time establish. 

3. Plant to be Furnished by Contractor. — The con- 
tractor must furnish his own plant to do the work, and 
the necessary equipment shall be placed upon such gas 
posts as may be furnished and from time to time indicated 
by the city. The said plant and all appurtenances so 
furnished by the contractor shall remain his property 
and must be removed by him at the expiration of the 
contract at his own expense. 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 313 

If, in the opinion of the city, the contractor does not 
exercise due diligence, or if the materials or service fur- 
nished therefor are not to the satisfaction of the city, the 
city may give the contractor notice in writing of such 
dereliction, and then if the contractor fails within thirty 
days thereafter to obey any proper order of the city in 
connection with the work, the said superintendent, with 
the consent in writing of the Mayor, may declare the 
contract forfeited. 

4. Lamp-posts. — The posts on which the contractor 
is to place and operate his lanterns will, together with 
the service pipes, be furnished by the city free of expense 
to the contractor. They shall be neatly painted by the 
contractor such color as the city may designate, and 
shall be repainted from time to time whenever, in the 
opinion of the city, it shall be deemed necessary. The 
posts must be kept free from dirt and must not be used 
for advertising purposes. The city will set, connect 
and keep the posts in good repair and plumb. 

The contractor must furnish crossarms on such posts 
as the city may designate. 

5. Lanterns. — The lanterns must be of boulevard 
pattern, and so constructed that the lights therein will 
be protected against insects and wind and weather. 

6. Burners and Mantles. — The burners to be used 
must be first class in material and workmanship, fur- 
nishing at all times when in service a steady, clear, 
white light, free from smoke, of the required candle 
power. 

If the burners shall not give continuously the required 
candle power they must be replaced by the contractor 
with burners that will. No incandescent mantle will be 
permitted to be used unless composed of the best mate- 
rial and standard weave and of first-class quality in all 
respects. 

No incandescent mantle shall be used by the con- 
tractor which will shrink beyond reasonable dimensions 
from the standard required; and all broken, smoked or 
blackened, ragged or frayed mantles must be at once 
replaced with new mantles by the contractor. 

7. Time of Lighting. — The lamps must be lighted 
and extinguished in accordance with a schedule to be 
furnished by the city, said schedule not to exceed four 
thousand burning hours per lamp per year. The lamps 
must be lighted within one hour from the time fixed in 
the schedule as the time for beginning, and must be 



314 City Document No. 35. 

extinguished within one hour from the time fixed in the 
schedule as the time for beginning to extinguish. 

In order that the city may determine whether the gas 
or naphtha lamps are lighted and extinguished in accord- 
ance with the official schedule or time table hereinbefore 
mentioned, the contractor shall furnish the said official 
with maps or lists showing the number and geographical 
location of each lamp in the district of each lamplighter, 
and designating the particular lamp at which each 
lamplighter commences to light and also the lamp at 
which he completes the lighting, and in extinguishing the 
lamps the lamplighter shall begin and finish at the same 
lamps as are designated for beginning and finishing 
points on any lamp district during the term of contract. 

The lamplighters or other employees of the contractor 
will not be permitted to climb the lamp-posts for the 
purpose of lighting the lamps, or for any other purpose, 
except by use of a ladder. 

For every light that does not burn continuously at the 
proper candle power throughout the hours prescribed 
each night a sum equal to 3I5 of the contract price, per 
lamp, per year, for each night's failure will be deducted 
from the amounts due the contractor and forfeited to the 
city. These "outs" will be reported by the Police 
Department at its respective police stations daily, in 
writing, open to the contractor, and shall be regarded 
as final and binding upon the contractor, errors proven 
or admitted excepted. 

8. Repairs and Maintenance. — The contractor must 
at his own expense keep the entire plant in good repair 
and maintain same to the satisfaction of the city. Upon 
failure of the contractor to promptly make any and all 
necessary repairs (including repainting of lanterns and 
posts), the city may cause same to be done and deduct 
the cost thereof from any amounts that may become 
due to the contractor. All glass must be cleaned at 
least once a week, and oftener if necessary to do so, in 
order not to retard or diminish the candle power of the 
lamps. All broken or displaced glass, and all broken 
or defective mantles, must be replaced forthwith, and all 
street lamps must be constructed so that present signs 
may be attached, and shall, after each cleaning, be 
replaced, with the signs facing the proper street. All 
broken or displaced glass shall be removed forthwith by 
the contractor. 



Steeet Department — Lamp Division. 315 

The contractor shall report, in writing, at the office of 
the official in charge of street lighting, on Thursday of 
each week, the number of each kind of lamps lighted on 
each of the preceding seven nights, and on the tenth day 
of each month the number of each kind lighted, as afore- 
said, on each night subsequent to the last report, stating 
in each report the name of each person lighting the lamps, 
and the locations of any and all lamps added to or 
removed from the district of each lamplighter, and is to 
notify said official, in writing, of any damage to or repair 
needed to the posts or service pipes. 

The contractor will be allowed the entire use of the 
Lamp Department shop, No. 690 Albany street, at a 
rent of $100 per month. 

9. Removal of Lamps. — Whenever ordered to do so 
by the city the contractor must change the location of 
lamps, weather permitting, from one place to another 
(posts to be furnished by the city ready to receive 
lamp), at his own cost and expense. 

10. New Lamps. — The city may, from time to time, 
order the erection and maintenance of new or additional 
lamps, at such locations as it may deem proper, and it 
shall be the duty of the contractor, at his own cost and 
expense, to properly erect upon said posts furnished, 
placed and connected by the city, and put into opera- 
tion, such additional lamps and maintain the same in 
all respects as called for in these specifications. All 
additional lamps ordered shall be put in service within 
ten days after they are ordered and posts set and con- 
nected, and notice that the same are in service shall 
be given by the contractor to the city. 

11. Discontinuance of Lamps. — The city shall have 
the right to increase or diminish the number of lamps 
furnished under the contract, but, subject to the pro- 
visions of Section 14 of these specifications, it is under- 
stood that the total number of gas and naphtha lamps 
to be furnished under this contract shall not at any 
time be less than 10,000. 

Naphtha or gasolene lamps may be changed to gas 
lamps at the discretion of the city, when the gas post 
and service connections are ready therefor. When 
orders to discontinue lamps are given, in accordance 
with the above, the contractor must put them out of 
service within five days, and notify the City of Boston 
in writing; payment for the same shall cease on such 



316 City Document No. 35. 

discontinuance, and when the contractor removes a 
gas lantern without substituting another therefor he 
shall properly plug the service pipe so that the gas will 
not escape therefrom. 

12. Candle Power. — All the burners, whether of 
gas, gasolene or naphtha, must be maintained contin- 
uously when in service at not less than sixty actual candle 
power. The city shall have the right at any time to test 
the lights in the usual accepted manner by standard 
photometric tests, and if there is found any deficiency 
the contractor must proceed at once to remedy the 
defects and raise the burners to the required candle 
power. 

13. Supply of Gas. — The contractor shall furnish 
all the gas required for the lamps, and if at any time by 
reason of a reduction by any gas company in the price 
of gas the contractor shall procure his gas at a lower 
average price per lamp for the whole number of lamps 
lighted than the average price paid for gas by the con- 
tractor when the system provided for herein is fully 
installed, the rate paid by the city shall be reduced by 
the amount of the reduction in the price of gas so 
secured at and from the time of said reduction to the 
contractor. 

14. Extension of Contract. — The city may, at its 
option, to be signified in writing not later than February 
1, 1910, extend the term herein designated for the con- 
tinuance of the contract for a period not exceeding 
six months, so that there may be no interruption of 
service in case the city enters into a new contract 
involving other parties or different equipment, or both. 
For this purpose the city may call upon the contractor, 
at any time within the last three months of the extended 
period, to discontinue the lighting of the entire area 
covered by his operations or of such parts thereof as. 
the city may from time to time determine, provided, 
however, that such parts shall be so arranged that no 
fraction of any established lamplighter's route shall 
require lighting for a longer period than two nights and 
that not less than two weeks' notice shall be given the 
contractor in regard to each of such parts. 

The contractor shall promptly remove his equip- 
ment from all posts on which lighting has been discon- 
tinued and cooperate with the city in recording the 
dates on which lighting ceased. 

15. Naphtha or Gasolene. — The contractor shall 



Street Department — Lamp Division. 317 

furnish all the gasolene or naphtha which may be neces- 
sary to supply incandescent mantle gasolene or naphtha 
street lamps at such locations as the city may from time 
to time direct and furnish with posts for the purpose. 

The contractor will be required to supply each lamp 
each night with a sufficient quantity of gasolene or 
naphtha to insure the standard of light herein contracted 
for at all times during the hours of burning. 

The gasolene or naphtha used in supplying the lamps 
must be of the very best grade, free from water, gum, 
glue or other impurities. 

16. Payments. — Payment for the work performed 
under this contract shall be made by the city monthly, 
in the same manner as other city work is paid for, 
at the rates specified in the proposal and subject to 
appropriations. 

17. Miscellaneous. — The contractor shall allow his 
employees to lodge, board and trade wheresoever and 
with whomsoever they may choose, and shall give 
preference in employment, first to citizens of the City 
of Boston, second to citizens of Massachusetts, and shall 
save the city and its agents and employees harmless 
from any and all claims against them or any of them 
arising from any act, omission or neglect of the contractor, 
his agents or employees in carrying on the contract, 
and no workman, laborer or mechanic employed on this 
work within the Commonwealth shall be requested or 
required to labor more than eight hours in any one calen- 
dar day. 

Any assignment, subletting or otherwise permit- 
ting the work herein specified to be done by anyone 
other than the contractor, or encumbering the work or 
plant by mortgage or in any way, will be sufficient cause 
for the abrogation of the contract by the city. 



318 City Document No. 35. 



APPENDIX D. 



REPORT OF DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 
SANITARY DIVISION. 



Boston, January 31, 1911. 

Me. Louis K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — I respectfully submit the annual report 
of the expenditures, income and operation of the Sani- 
tary Division (including the Sanitary and Street Clean- 
ing and Watering Sections) of the Street Department 
for the year ending January 31, 1911. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George H. Foss, 

Deputy Superintendent. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Amount of appropriation . . ... .$1,280,00000 

Less amount unexpended . . . - . . 25,526 05 



Net amount of appropriation . . . .$1,254,473 95 

Total expenditures of the Sanitary- 
Service, including work done for 
other divisions and paid for by 
them . . . . $725,202 57 

Less amount paid by other divisions, 48,142 68 



Net cost of maintenance, Sanitary Service . . $677,059 89 

Amount expended by Street Clean- 
ing Service $418,593 43 

Revenue received .... 4 14 



Net cost of maintenance, Street Cleaning Service, 418,589 29 
Amount expended by Street Watering Service . 158,824 77 



Net cost of maintenance, Sanitary Division . $1,254,473 95 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 319 



Sanitary Service. 

Total Cost on House Dirt, Ashes, Waste and Rubbish and House 

Offal. 

Salaries, deputy superintendent and office force . $12,117 90 

Office supplies and expenses 6,483 08 

Ashes, waste and rubbish account .... 440,988 56 

House offal account 208,262 37 



$667,851 91 



Construction, Repair and Horseshoeing Account. 

Expended for labor 37,632 88 

Expended for stock 19,717 78 



Total expenditures of the Sanitary Service for 

the fiscal year ending January 31, 1911 . . $725,202 57 

Revenue Received from Outside Divisions for Board 
and Care of Horses, Rent, Use of Dumping 
Boats, Shoeing and for Repairing Vehicles, etc. 



Bridge Service* 


$538 57 




Paving Service* 


12,235 38 




Lamp Service 


1,364 52 




Sewer Division 


3,518 39 




Street Cleaning and Watering Ser- 






vicef 


30,422 37 




Returned by the Superintendent of 






Streets 


63 45 


48,142 68 






Net cost of maintenance, Sanitary Service . 


$677,059 89 



Amount of money deposited and bills presented to 
the City Collector during the year ending January 26, 
1911, for general revenue: 

Money Deposited. 
From letting of scow privileges . $4,535 35 



Bills Prese 
For the collection of cor 

ashes 
For rents, Fort Hill and 

Wharves .... 
For sale of manure 


•nted. 
amercial 

Hecht's 


$10,614 50 

1,334 00 
224 57 


Carried forward . 


$12,173 07 


* Highway Division. 




t Sanitary Division. 



t,535 35 



320 



City Document No. 35. 



Brought forward . 
For sale of old iron . 
For sale of old offal wagon 
For forfeit on contract 



Total 



$12,173 07 

296 32 

20 00 

100 00 



$4,535 35 

12,589 39 
517,124 74 



Items of Expenditure for the Year 1910-11. 



Items. 



Total Amount 
Expended. 



Salaries of deputy superintendent and office force 

Salaries of foremen 

Labor — collection and disposition of house dirt and ashes. . 

Labor — collection and disposition of waste and rubbish . . . 

Labor — collection and disposition of house offal 

Labor and stock in stables and yards 

Hired teams on ashes, waste and rubbish and house offal . . 

Contracts on ashes — East Boston, Brighton, West Box- 
bury, North and South Dorchester 

Contracts on offal — East Boston, Brighton, West Rox- 
bury and Dorchester 

Ash and offal stock 

Allowed time and holidays 

Grain 



Hay and straw 

Medical attendance and allowed time on account of injured 



Horses 

Veterinary service and medicine 

Hired horses 

Outside board and care of horses 

Outside horseshoeing, blacksmith, wheelwright, harness and 

paint 

Labor, stock, etc., wheelwright, blacksmith, paint, harness 

and horseshoeing shops 

Dumping boats, stock, etc 

Repairs on stables, sheds, wharves and boats 

Fuel 



Gas 

Electric lighting and power 

Frinting, stationery, office items and incidentals . 

Automobile supplies and repairs 

Advertising 

Rents 

Tolls and fares 

Telephones 

Damages by city teams 

Taxes on Hecht's estate, as per lease 



Total . 



Amounts paid by other departments and divisions . 
Amount charged to the Sanitary Service 



$12,117 90 
8,336 53 

221,993 26 
30,765 02 

135,620 61 
40,748 71 
27,074 08 

44,977 48 

30,377 65 
457 85 
17,146 80 
24,889 05 
23,338 14 

2,063 99 

5,307 50 

2,716 44 

393 50 

524 62 

5,195 19 

54,539 15 

112 58 

8,256 41 

1,149 38 

858 18 

1,280 27 

3,813 21 

2,078 71 

360 29 

12,572 70 

71 09 

1,024 11 

74 61 

4,967 56 



$725,202 57 
48,142 68 



$677,059 89 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 321 



Construction and Repair Shops, 1910-11. 

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



Wheelwright shop . 
Blacksmith shop, South End 
Blacksmith shop, West End . 
Paint shop .... 
Harness shop .... 
Horseshoeing shop, South End 
Horseshoeing shop, West End 
Horseshoeing shop, Roxbury 



other 





$5,566 66 




5,550 65 




1,261 28 




5,337 20 




2,929 27 




3,044 00 




1,858 00 




73 50 



For work done and material furnished for 
the Sanitary Division the following amounts 
were expended by the different shops : 



Wheelwright shop . 
Blacksmith shop, South End . 
Blacksmith shop, West End . 
Paint shop .... 
Harness shop .... 
Horseshoeing shop, South End 
Horseshoeing shop, West End 
Horseshoeing shop, Roxbury 



56,761 76 
6,371 36 
1,237 74 
4,106 79 
5,925 48 
2,481 12 
1,330 47 
703 87 



$25,620 56 



28,918 59 



Total amount paid out, stock and labor, all 

divisions 

Allowed time and holidays . . $2,370 01 

Allowed time and medical attendance 30 00 

Expended for electric power . . . 411 50 



Total cost, maintenance of shops . . 
Income from other divisions .... 

Net cost of maintenance of shops to Sanitary 
Division 



,539 15 



2,811 51 

$57,350 66 
25,620 56 



$31,730 10 



322 



City Document No. 35. 



Detailed Account of Amounts Paid to the Sanitary Section 
During the Year Ending January 31, 1911. 

For official salaries 

For services of engineer 

For repair and construction work 

For horseshoeing .... 

For use of dumping boats . 

For .use of towboat 

For hay, straw and grain, board and care of horses 

For feeders, stablemen and watchmen 

For fuel, light, etc 

For board and care of sick horses at veterinary 

hospital 

For rent of wharf, Atlantic avenue 

For labor and supervision, oiling and watering 

streets . . .... 

For labor and supervision, removing snow 
For use of horses, County of Suffolk 
For two horses, County of Suffolk . 
For furnishings of prison van . 
For printing, street cleaning and oiling . 



. $3,164 20 


785 


00 


. 20,779 


11 


5,198 


25 


9,541 


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167 


97 


8,051 


48 


1,289 


51 


806 


48 


T 

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75 


4,800 


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960 


27 


2,099 


82 


241 


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575 00 


255 


14 


69 


88 



Total income 



,465 86 



Amounts Paid by the Sanitary Section to Other 
Divisions During the Year Ending January 
31, 1911. 



To Street Cleaning and Watering 






Section, removing ashes 


$4,518 26 




To Street Cleaning and Watering 






Section, new horses 


4,062 50 




To Street Cleaning and Watering 






Section, board and care of horses, 


461 78 




To Street Cleaning and Watering 






Section, carpenter labor 


54 00 




To Street Cleaning and Watering 






Section, repairing catch-basin . 


27 87 


9,124 41 






Net income 


$50,341 45 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 323 



Horseshoeing by Divisions. 





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4,794 

1,160 

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Cost of Horseshoeing. 





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Outside 
Shops. 


Stock 


$3,600 34 
5,890 62 


$4,566 50 


Labor 






Totals 


$9,490 96 


$4,566 50 





324 



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30 


17 


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8 


35 


29 


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Amount of House Dirt and Ashes Removed. 



Years. 


Loads. 


Cubic Yards. 


Tons. 


1906 

1907 


352,124 

377,058 

339,913 

299,071 

*284,343 


704,248 
754,116 
745,918 
692,865 
746,585 


281,699 
301,647 


1908 


311.586 


1909.. 


311,791 


1910 


335,997 







* Includes ol,59S double loads. 

Force Employed on Waste and Rubbish January 31, 1911. 



City Force. 


Number. 




2 




11 




20 






Total 


33 







Amount of Waste and Rubbish Removed. 





Loads. 


Cubic Yards. 




Years. 


Paper 
Carts. 


Market 
Wagons. 


Tons. 


1906 

1907 


6,271 
6,098 
5,892 
5,556 
5,655 


11,133 

11,071 

10,346 

7,397 

8,370 


125,281 
112,960 
123,830 
99,975 
112,801 


12,836 
12.70S 


1908 


13,566 


1909 

1910 


10,916 
12,328 







326 



City Document No. 35. 



Force Employed on House Offal January 31, 1911. 





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50 

4 










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4 
4 


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5 


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3 


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14 


72 


Helpers 


76 


Dumpers 


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117 


8 


10 


6 


23 


164 







Amount of Garbage Removed. 



Years. 


Loads. 


Cubic Yards. 


Tons. 


1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 


65,387 
64,712 

62,892 

54,747 

*48,610 


130,774 

129,424 

125,784 

105,595 

97,651 


65,387 
64,712 
78,615 
68,636 
63,451 



* Includes 8,389 double loads. 



Number of Loads of Material Collected from February 1, 1905, 
to January 28, 1911. 



Years. 


Ashes. 


Garbage. 


Rubbish. 


Total 
Loads. 


Tons. 


1905 

1906 

1907 


331,545 
352,124 
377,058 
339,913 
299,071 
284,343 


64,803 
65,387 
64,712 
62,892 
54,747 
48,610 


17,109 
17,404 
17,169 
16,238 
12,953 
14,025 


413,457 
434,915 
458,939 

*419,043 
366,771 

1346,978 


334,426 
359,922 
379,067 


1908 

1909* 

1910f 


403,767 
391,343 
411,776 



* Decrease in number of loads due to increase in carrying capacity of carts, 
t Decrease in number of loads due to use of double carts. 

Average Number of Employees and Horses Cared for by the 
Sanitary Section. 



Average number of employees for 1910 

Average number of horses, Sanitary Section . 

Average number of hired horses 

Average number of all other horses 



Average number of horses fed by the Sanitary Section 




562 



278 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 327 

Capacity of Carts and Wagons in Use by the Sanitary Section. 



Single ash carts . 
Double ash carts 
Paper carts . 



Cubic Feet. 

. 63 
. 162 
. 200 



Single offal wagons 
Double offal wagons 
Paper wagons 



Cubic Feet. 

. 52 

. 85 
. 270 



Average Weight of Loads. 



Pounds. 



Single ash carts. . . . 
Double ash carts . . . 
Single offal wagons. 
Double offal wagons 

Paper carts 

Paper wagons 



2,200 
3,100 
2,300 
4,100 
1,400 
2,000 



Loads Collected by Contractors. 





Ash Loads. 


Paper 
Wagons 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Tons. 


Total 
Tons 


District. 


Single. 


Double. 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Ashes. 


Paper. 


Ashes 

and 

Paper. 






12,814 
4,403 
7,146 

15,1441 

11, 875 J 


44,133 
30,317 

24,904 

102 654 






19,862 
13,644 
11,208 

46,199 


310 


19,862 




6,199 

120 

3,927 


310 


2,836 


13,954 




11,208 


North Dorchester.. 






40,199 
















Totals 


10,246 


51,382 


202,008 


310 


2,836 


90,913 


310 


91,223 




Offal Loads. 


Summary. 




Single. 


Double. 


Cubic 
Yards. 


Tons. 


Material. 


Cubic 

Yards. 


Tons. 






1,478 

1,662 

847 

4,402 


4,663 
5,243 
2,672 
15,055 


3,030 
3,407 
1,736 
9,782 




202,00S 

27,633 

2,836 


90,913 






Offal 


17,955 








310 




659 






Totals 


659 


8,389 


27,633 


17,955 


Totals 


232,477 


109,178 



328 



City Document No. 35. 



Loads and Tonnage of Material Collected, by Districts. 



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24,540 

3,732 
4,292 

208 
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12,814 
19,862 

1,478 
3,030 


14,982 
16,577 

2,051 
2,358 

29 
29 


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13,644 

1,662 
3,407 

310 
310 


19,983 
25,197 

3,379 
4,648 

54 
54 


30,946 
46,199 

5,061 

9,782 


36,527 
40,180 

8,220 
9,453 

664 
664 


73,811 
81,192 

16,308 
18,754 

7,300 
6,672 


62,369 
68,606 

6,719 

7,727 

5,460 
4,392 


284,343 
48,610 
14,025 


335,997 
63,451 
12,328 




26,249 
29,040 


14,292 
22,892 


17,062 
18,963 


12,574 
17,361 


23,416 
29,899 


36,007 
55,981 


45,411 
50,297 


97,419 
106,618 


74,548 
80,725 


346,978 




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411,776 







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



Final Disposition of all Material, in Loads and Tons (2,000 pounds), 
Collected by the Sanitary Section from January 28, 1910, to 
January 26, 1911, Inclusive. 



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135,556 


99,552 
109,528 






61,628 
90,913 

3,987 
8,173 

310 
310 


284,343 

48,610 

18,998 

2,124 








335,997 




44,623 
55,278 


11,949 
10,330 


















1,766 
1,688 


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*4,973 

2,124 
2,655 

35,652 
44,565 

3,939 
3,151 






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124,929 
136,792 


146,240 
164,872 


44,623 
55,278 


11,949 
10,330 


65,925 
99,396 


393,666 




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467,120 







Note. — First item, loads. Second item, tons. 
* 4,973 loads (4,973 tons) of barrel refuse delivered at dumping boats. 



CITY 



BOSTON 



SANITARY DISTRICTS 
1910 




FICURES SHOW ESTIMATED 
MEAN 1910 POPULATION AND 
POP. PER ACRE; ALSO.TOTAL 
WEIGHT OF REFUSE AND COST, 
PER CAPITA, FOR THE YEAR. 




Cost of Collection and Disposal of Refuse by Day Labor Force in the City of Boston for the Year 1910-11. 



District 
and Pop- 
ulation. 



Character of Refuse. 



Tons. 
(2,00'J 
lbs.) 



Total 
Tons. 



Cost per Ton by Districts. 



For Disposal. 



Total 

Collection 

and Disposal 



Cost by Districts. 



Total Cost 
to Collect. 



For 
Disposal. 



Total Cost 
of Disposal. 



Total Cost 

of Collection 

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Total Cost 
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Where Disposed of. 



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Store refuse, principally paper 



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Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen 

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Store refuse, principally paper 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



Mixed refuse, principally ashes (no kitchen wastes) . 

Garbage, principally kitchen wastes 

Store refuse, principally paper 



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363 50 



SI, 240 56 

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81 89 



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$1 4591 
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6 6105 



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9,432 93 

81 49 



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3 3318 



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$1 3736 
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3 5927 



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40,923 93 
2,392 22 



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12,155 58 

187 32 



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$1 1666 
2 0805 
2 9399 



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2 2567 



Av. $0 3033 
$0 2620 

1 2011 

2 1885 



SI 9340 
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5 1284 



$94,716 59 
39,017 31 
19,615 05 



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22,525 34 
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9831 

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Av. $1 9060 
$1 3119 
2 7048 
4 669 





To inland dumps. 

New England Sanitary Product Company.* 



28 tons to City Refuse Utilization Company; 
180 tons to inland dumps. 



To inland dumps. 

New England Sanitary Product Company.* 

City Refuse Utilization Company.* 

To inland dumps. 

New England Sanitary' Product Company.* 

To inland dumps. 

40.270 tons to inland dumps; 40,992 tons to sea. 

New England Sanitary Product Company.* 

5,882 tons to City Refuse Utilization Company f 
790 tons to inland dumps. 

To sea. 

New England Sanitary Product Company.* 

City Refuse Utilization Company.* 



Av. $0 4920 



Av. SI 6279 



* Contracts for disposal. 

Total, as above $555,696 14 

Add total of contract table (page 329) 121,363 75 

Net amount of appropriation $677,059 89 




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Maintenance of Fort Hill Wharf and Dumping Boats. 

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For towing by outside towboats . 2,854 50 



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Number of trips to sea by outside towboats, 

Sanitary Service ...... 63 

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Number of scows to sea 464 

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Cost per boat load $80.18 



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Repairs and Insurance, Year Ending January 31, 1911. 



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Amount 
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Date of 
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Repairing towboat 

Repairing Dumpers Nos. 2, 3 and 4. . 


Atlantic Works 

D. D. Kelly & Son 
D. D. Kelly & Son 
D. D. Kelly & Son 

J. J. McCarthy 

G. R. Griffin & Co 


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July 18, 1910 
June 9, 1910 
Nov. 2, 1910 


Repairing Dumper No. 3 

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Sept. 1, 1910 
Aug. 16, 1910 


Insurance on auto 


Jan. 25, 1911 



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Lands and Buildings in Charge of the Sanitary 

Division. 

South Boston Stable. (Leased.) 
Stables and sheds, with accommodations for twenty 
horses, located at H and Second streets, South Boston. 

East Boston Stable. (Leased.) 
Stables and shed, with accommodations for fifteen 
horses, located at 324 East Eagle street and occupied 
jointly by Paving, Sewer, Street Cleaning and Sanitary 
Divisions. 

Charlestown Stable. 

With accommodations for twenty-five horses, situated 
on Rutherford avenue; lot contains 17,300 square feet 
of land; stable built in 1875; cost $5,083.07; sheds and 
outbuildings built in 1879. 

Brighton. 
Accommodation was provided by the Sewer Division 
at its stable on Western avenue for two horses of the 
Sanitary Division. Discontinued July 15, 1908. 

Highland Stable. 
With accommodations for seventy-two horses on the 
old almshouse lot, Highland street, containing 81,082 
square feet. A part of this stable and adjoining lot is 
used by the Paving Division. There is on this lot a brick 
stable, built in 1878, which cost $88,594.13. On this lot 
is an offal shed, erected in 1875, at a cost of $1,160.12. 
This offal shed was abandoned on April 1, 1897, and in 
1900 part of it was remodeled and is now used as a car- 
riage house and wash room. 

South City Stables, Shops and Sheds. 

Situated on Albany street, opposite Newton street. 
The lot belonged to the city before being used for this 
purpose, and contains 90,780 square feet of land. 

The stables and buildings connected therewith are of 
brick. There are also on the premises five wooden sheds 
used for storing wagons, etc. The stable is two stories 
high, with French roof, and has accommodations for 100 
horses. Twenty-three horses are kept in sheds. Total 
original cost, exclusive of land, $79,089.23. In 1899 a 
veterinary hospital was built and equipped for the pur- 
pose of caring for sick and disabled horses. 



336 City Document No. 35. 

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

West Stables and Sheds. 
The stable is a brick building, a story and a half high, 
128 feet by 50 feet, located on North Grove street; built 
in 1860 without buildings attached to same. It has 
accommodations for ninety horses in stables and sheds. 
The lot contains about 45,152 square feet. On May 11, 
1896, a horseshoeing shop was established for the pur- 
pose of shoeing horses of the division stabled in this sec- 
tion of the city. 

Fort Hill Wharf. 
Containing 21,054 square feet, placed in charge of the 
Sanitary Division; used as a dumping station for the 
city's garbage and refuse and as a mooring place for 
dumping boats and scows, which convey this material 
to sea and to the plant of the New England Sanitary 
Product Company. Cost of constructing platform and 
dredging dock, $6,219.33. There are five Barney dump- 
ing boats which are in continual use and are towed to 
sea by the tugboat "Cormorant." 

Litchfield's Wharf. (Leased.) 
Situated at 466 to 470 Atlantic avenue, containing 
about 35,460 square feet. Leased from Jacob H. Hecht, 
March 1, 1898, for a period of ten years. This wharf 
adjoins Fort Hill Wharf and is occupied in part by the 
New England Sanitary Product Company as a berth for 
their scows, and also by the buildings of the City Refuse 
Utilization Company for the disposal of waste and rub- 
bish. A portion of this wharf is used by the Paving 
Service. This property is now owned by the Middlesex 
Trust. Lease extended from March 1, 1908, to Decem- 
ber 1, 1908, and now running at will. 

Weighing Shed. (Hired.) 
Situated at the corner of Massachusetts avenue and 
Southampton street. Rented from the Boston Consoli- 
dated Gas Company. Lot contains about 2,300 square 
feet of land. 



Street Department — Sanitary Division. 337 

Wharf Property on Freeport Street, Dorchester. 
On Freeport street, Dorchester, wharf property con- 
taining 160,745 square feet, bought by the city for the 
Sanitary Department, but never used. 



1910. — Street Cleaning Service. 

Items of Expenditure for the Year. 
Salary of deputy and office pay rolls 
Stationery and postage 
Printing 
Uniforms 
Advertising 
Telephone service 
Automobile, purchase of 
Office items and incidentals 
Foremen .... 
Subforemen on paved streets, gutters, crossings 

snow work, patrolling, etc 

Labor on paved streets, gutters, crossings, snow 

work, patrolling, etc 

Hired teams on paved streets, gutters, crossings 

snow work, patrolling, etc 

Rent and labor on dumps .... 

Sand 

Repairs on snow dump 

Snow license 

Hay, straw and grain 

Stable and yard labor 

Rents 

Fuel 

Gas and electric lighting .... 

Stable and yard repairs and furnishings . 
Cart and carriage repairs and furnishings 

Harness repairs 

Tool repairs 

Sweeping machine repairs .... 

Horseshoeing 

Veterinary services and medicine . 

Tolls and fares 

Broom stock purchased 

Refilling machine brooms .... 

Tools 

Flushing machine repairs .... 

Road breakers and gutter plows purchased . 

Horses purchased 

Holidays, allowed time and medical attendance 
Annuity (see chapter 569, Acts 1896) 
Calcium chloride work 

Total 



$3,942 32 

305 10 

1,087 12 

2,603 35 

4 80 

272 35 

674 43 

11 26 

10,914 47 

19,352 41 



175,658 


35 


13,864 


85 


13,060 


27 


290 


50 


498 


33 


500 


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28,234 


19 


25,615 


14 


3,460 


70 


987 


15 


357 


62 


2,836 57 


5,374 


80 


752 


23 


399 


10 


2,546 


85 


5,753 


50 


2,039 


52 


82 


60 


1,227 42 


3,168 


99 


299 


10 


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57 


425 


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52 


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24 


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$343,394 98 



338 



City Document No. 35. 



Patrol System. 

Foreman 

Subforeman, labor and hired teams 
Cart and barrel repairs 
Push cart and barrel stock 
Yard and office repairs 
Yard and office labor 
Rent and labor on dumps 

Rents 

Fuel 

Light 

Telephone service 

Holidays, allowed time and medical attendance 

Harness repairs .... 

Horseshoeing .... 

Tools and tool repairs 

Brooms 

Veterinary service and medicine 

Total 



$1,396 20 

61,542 46 

795 26 

1,840 22 

370 04 

2,940 83 

839 43 

442 00 

38 50 

13 56 

59 64 

2,167 52 

18 33 

137 75 

84 00 

127 50 

25 00 

$72,838 24 



Street Watering and Oiling Service. 



Superintendence and office salaries 

Advertising 

Printing 

Telephone 

Office items 

Bicycle and bicycle repairs 
Labor and inspection, street watering 
Labor and inspection, street oiling . 
Hired teams, street watering . 
Hired teams, street oiling 
Supplies and repairs, oil plants 

Street oil, soap, etc 

Tools 

Fuel . . . . < . 
Yard and stable furnishings 

Cart repairs 

Standpipes, maintenance and repairs 

Horseshoeing 

Holidays 

Incidentals 



Total 



Street cleaning . 
Patrol system 
Watering and oiling 



Recapitulatioii. 



$5,768 18 

17 75 

490 22 

21 43 

34 20 

412 31 

9,152 31 

12,516 49 

45,871 04 

14,949 01 

999 24 

66,873 73 

11 72 

621 10 

24 45 

523 86 

2,445 74 

318 25 

93 06 

40 89 

$161,184 98 

$343,394 98 

72,838 24 

161,184 98 

$577,418 20 



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Miles and Area of Streets Cared for, Year 1910-11. 





Location. 


Miles of Streets 
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Square Yards 
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Total 


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154,000 
293,000 
109,000 
383,000 
225,000 
570,000 
252,000 
189,000 
232,000 


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101,535 

61,250 

128,410 

49,050 

63,415 

6,440 

95,040 

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Charlestown 


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354,250 
237,410 


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604,195 


3,435,195 



Summary. 



Street Cleaning Service. 



1909-10. 



1910-11. 



Street Watering Service. 



1909-10. 



1910-11. 



Labor 

Teaming. . . . 
Division bills 
Sundry bills. 
Totals. . . 



$293,963 98 
12,335 66 
45,023 10 

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$401,497 41 



$314,430 35 


14,182 09 


38,550 64 


49,070 14 


$416,233 22 



127,655 68 

54,579 33 

4,436 33 

84,057 41 



$170,728 75 



$24,946 23 

60,158 41 

5,222 16 

70,S58 18 



$161, 1S4 98 



342 City Document No. 35. 



Property Owned by the Street Cleaning and Watering Service. 

South Boston.- — Lease of stable at No. 162 West Second street. 

East Boston. — Part of stable on East Eagle street (leased by 
the Highway Division). 

Charlestown. — Part of stable at No. 263 Rutherford avenue 
(in charge of Sanitary Division); office building, Rutherford 
avenue. 

Roxbury. — Part of stable on Highland street (in charge of 
Sanitary Division). Oil plant in Sanitary Division yard on 
Highland street. 

South End.- — Part of stable at No. 650 Albany street (in 
charge of Sanitary Division). 

West Yard. — Part of stable on North Grove street (in charge 
of Sanitary Division). 

Back Bay.— Lease of land No. 62 Piedmont street; booth 
loaned by Election Commissioners used as office on the above 
land. Oil plant in Sewer Division yard on Hereford street. 

Dorchester. — Oil plant in Sewer Division yard, Gibson street. 

Brighton. — Oil plant in Highway Division yard, Chestnut 
Hill avenue. 



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Contracts for Furnishing Carts for Watering and Oiling Streets, 1910. 



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James E. Noble 

Joseph E. McGreevey 
William Gilligan Co. . 



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April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 
April 1 to Dec. 1, 1910 



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West 
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Carts, watering. . . . 
Machines, single. . . 
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Machines, road. . . . 
Machines, flushing. 
Wagons, express. . . 
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Amount of Hay, Straw, Oats and Shorts Used by the Street 
Cleaning and Watering Service for the Year 1910-11. 

Price Paid. 
Amount Used. Highest. Lowest. 
Per Ton. 

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Straw 80,667 " 21 50 13 50 

Shorts 15,500 " 29 00 24 00 

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Snow Work for all Districts. 

Crossings and Gutter Work and Snow Removal. 



Inspection 
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Inspection 

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Loads 

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District. 


Inspection, 

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Cost per 
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Cost per 
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defective car and not used. 

Remarks. — No terra colia was used after August 17, 1910. At the beginning of the 
season about 475,000 square yards were treated once; only 233,151 square yards of this 
area were treated regularly to August 17, with an average number of 4.1S8 treatments. 
The streets not treated regularly with terra colia were subsequently treated with other 
dust preventives. 



Dry Calcium Chloride. 

During the month of January, 1911, when the temper- 
ature was below 32 degrees (freezing), and the streets 
somewhat dry and dusty, calcium chloride was used as 
a dust preventive. It proved to be satisfactory but the 
cost was somewhat high. About 51,266 square yards in 
District 8-10 were treated, at a cost of $0.0036 per 
square yard for one treatment. In applying it to the 
street two parts calcium chloride and one part sand 
were used, said mixture being distributed by a spreading 
machine. 



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APPENDIX E. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE 
SEWER DIVISION. 



Boston, January 31, 1911. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — In the following communication I will 
make mention of the most important items of work only, 
done by the Sewer Division of the Street Department 
during the year 1910, and will also mention under the 
head of each district the more important work which 
it is contemplated to do the coming year: 

City Proper. 

The beginning of the conversion of the existing system 
in the Back Bay to the separate system is marked by 
the building of a sewer in Dartmouth street, between 
Beacon and Boylston streets, which is the sanitary main 
for the Dartmouth, Clarendon, Berkeley and Church 
streets district. 

In Stuart street extension and Arlington street extension 
sewers and surface drains have been built by the Park 
Square Trust and released to the city. This is the 
beginning of the development of the Providence Station 
site. 

The old wooden sewer in North Market street has been 
replaced by one of concrete. Owing to the crowded 
condition of the street this work was done by the "cut 
and cover" method, with very little inconvenience to 
abutters or to travel. 

Contemplated. 

The sewer now building in Dartmouth street should be 
extended across Huntington avenue through St. James 
street and the extension thereof and Providence street 
to connect with the system already built in Park square 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 353 

and awaiting an outlet. It will also have to be extended 
in Berkeley street to Columbus avenue and through 
Blagden and Exeter streets to improve the drainage 
conditions in the vicinity of the Boston Athletic Asso- 
ciation and the Hotel Lenox. 

The Back Bay outlets in Church, Berkeley, Dartmouth, 
Fairfield and Hereford streets, between Beacon and 
Back streets, should be rebuilt and enlarged to a size to 
correspond with the connections built from the marginal 
conduit to Back street by the Charles River Basin 
Commission. 

The district regulator on the west side intercepting sewer 
should be removed from Cambridge street to a point 
above Fruit street, and individual regulators built on 
the Cambridge and Fruit street sewers to diminish the 
amount of polluted overflow into the Charles River 
Basin. 

Roxbury. 

Surface drains have been built in Brookline avenue 
and the Fenway up to Worthington street, and in Vila 
street and Longwood avenue. A complete separate system 
of sewers has been built in Tremont street, between 
Whittier and Cunard streets, and in Wiridsor street, 
Shawmut avenue, Madiso?i street, Ball, Greenwich, Cabot, 
Davenport and Haskins streets. 

Contemplated. 

The separation of the system should be continued in 
Vernon street and Washington street, between Williams 
and Dudley streets, and in the short streets between 
Tremont street and Columbus avenue as far north as 
Cunard street, and in Huntington avenue from the 
Brookline line to Wait street. 

Dorchester. 

A separate system of sewers has been built in Kilton 
street, between Harvard and Faxon streets, and in Faxon 
street, between Kilton and Washington streets; also in 
Geneva avenue, between Bowdoin street and Blue Hill 
avenue. 

The separation of the system in Talbot avenue has 
been completed by the building of a deep sanitary sewer 
between Helen street and Blue Hill avenue, low enough 
to drain all the existing buildings. 



354 City Document No. 35. 

A surface water conduit for a branch of Tenean creek 
has been built in private land, between Westville and 
Speedwell streets. 

The Kimball street overflow, a relief outlet for the 
district and for the Dorchester intercepting sewer, has 
been extended 268 feet. 

Contemplated. 

Two large items of work for 1911 are the improvement 
of Davenport brook, between Adams and Magdala streets, 
and of Mattapan brook, between the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad and West Selden street, — 
in both cases by the building of a large covered concrete 
conduit. 

A similar but smaller project is the building of a con- 
crete surface drain for the Coleman street branch of 
Freeport street brook. 

Separate systems of sewers should be built in Wash- 
ington street, between Harvard and Park streets, in 
Blue Hill avenue, between Canterbury and Glenway 
streets, and a system of sanitary sewers in the Rugby 
district. 

West Roxbury. 

Stony brook conduit, sections 6 and 7, was built from 
a point 140 feet south of Lotus place nearly to Morton 
street; the Roslindale brook conduit from Aldrich street 
to Anawan avenue; Hewlett street brook conduit, from 
Farquhar street to Montclair avenue; the Canterbury 
branch of Stony brook was improved from Asylum road 
to Harvard street by excavating an open channel and 
building large concrete culverts at street crossings A 
separate system of sewers was built in Hyde Park 
avenue, from Hadwin way to the Hyde Park line. 

Contemplated. 

The completion of section 7 of Stony brook to a point 
in Hyde Park avenue, 75 feet south of Tower street; 
section 8 of Stony brook conduit, extending from the point 
last mentioned through Hyde Park avenue to Walk Hill 
street, thence across private land and the New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad and Washington street 
to a junction with the open channel, 300 feet west of the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Bridge; 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 355 

Temple street brook conduit from Hillcrest street to the 
Metropolitan sewer; Auburn street brook conduit in 
Fresno, Auburn and Alder streets, between Roslindale 
brook and Washington street; surface drain in Gilman 
and Sutton streets; separate system of sewerage in 
Spring street, between Charles river and Baker street. 

Brighton. 

A long concrete surface drain was built in Market 
street and Chestnut Hill avenue, between Henshaw street 
and Wallingford road; a pipe surface drain in W ailing - 
ford road, between Chestnut Hill and Commonwealth 
avenues. 

Contemplated. 

A large concrete surface drain conduit for the easterly 
branch of Shepard brook, between the old tidal creek and 
North Harvard street. This will be the surface water 
outlet for a large portion of the Brighton territory. 

Telford street surface drain outlet in Charles river 
reservation and Telford street, between the Charles river 
and Western avenue, — a large concrete conduit. 

Commonwealth avenue culvert under Boston & Albany 
Railroad about 600 feet west of Essex street. 

Salt creek conduit under Boston & Albany Railroad 
at Salt creek. 

Separate system of sewers in Hunnewell avenue and 
Burton street, between Atkins street and the Newton 
line; also in Market street, between Western avenue and 
Boston & Albany Railroad, and in Waverly street, between 
Western avenue and Lincoln street. 

East Boston. 

The Porter street outlet was completed up to Cottage 
street; house sewers and surface drains built in Addison 
street, between Pope and Saratoga streets. 

Contemplated. 

A separate system of sewers in Orient avenue, between 
Farrington avenue and Tower street; separate system 
of sewers in Geneva street, between Gove and Maverick 
streets, and outlet to Cottage street; also in Ashley street, 
between Boardman street and the existing; sewer. 



356 City Document No. 35. 

South Boston. 

The largest item of work done in South Boston was 
the extension of the Kemp street overflow, a distance of 
93 feet. 

Contemplated. 

Further extension of the Kemp street outlet to deep 
water; also the Vale street outlet; the beginning of the 
sewers for the drainage of the fish pier on Commonwealth 
flats; the shifting of the district regulator on the South 
Boston intercepting sewer from its present position at 
Mt. Washington avenue and Kemp street to the corner 
of Vale and Ninth streets. 

Respectfully, 

E. S. Dork, 

Chief Engineer Sewer Service. 



The work of the division is carried under chapter 3, 
City Ordinances, 1908, and chapter 47, Revised Ordi- 
nances, 1898, and the following statutes: 

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

Chapter 383 — 1903, as amended by 464 — 1907. 
Chapter 485 — 1907. 
Chapter 550 — 1907. 
Chapter 204 — 1908. 
Chapter 514 — 1908. 

The Duties of the Sewer Division. 

1. Preparation of plans for sewerage works. 

2. Construction and maintenance of all drainage 
works. 

3. Investigation of complaints in regard to defective 
drainage. 

4. The granting of permits for sewer construction. 

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

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



Street Department — Sewer Division. 357 

Total number of employees on pay roll February 1 , 

1910 . 621 

Total number of employees on pay roll February 

1, 1911 . 637 

Total amount of weekly pay roll February 1,1910, *$10,181 35 
Total amount of weekly pay roll February 1, 1911, 10,670 18 
Total amount of monthly pay roll February 1, 

1910 ..... ... 617 00 

Total amount of monthly pay roll February 1, 

1911 .... .... * 617 00 

Average weekly pay roll, including monthly roll, 

for fiscal year amounted to ... . 10,561 24 

Charged as follows: 

Maintenance f $3,773 99 

Sewerage works . . . . . 1,926 93 

Separate systems of drainage . . 4,860 32 

Average number of men employed .... 635 

Average number of horses maintained by the 

division during the year 50 

The rate of wages per day to common laborers . $2 25 

* Of this amount there was charged on account of snow to the Sanitary and 

Street Cleaning: Division $2,400 78 

Highway Division 341 71 

82,742 49 

Includes sum charged to Street Cleaning Division $26 57 

And abolishment of grade crossings 1,353 14 

$1,379 71 



358 



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Sewer Division. 

Improved Sewerage. 

Pumping station, inside $55,019 44 

Pumping station, outside 21,204 25 

Pumping station, engines 22,535 11 

Pumping station, boilers 16,429 24 

$115,188 04 

Moon Island . 13,700 95 

Main and intercepting sewers 20,825 64 

Office salaries 3,000 00 



Stony Brook. 



Maintenance 



$152,714 63 
2,412 63 



Miscellaneous Maintenance Charges. 

Cleaning catch-basins 35,347 58 

Yard and lockers 2,477 84 

Employed at yards 20,676 65 

Horses, carts, harnesses, etc $21,702 11 

Teaming . • 16,632 51 



Less amount earned by division teams 



Automobiles 

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

Office expenses .... 
Culverts, repairing and maintaining 
Repairing department buildings 
Repairing catch basins, South Boston 
Repairing catch basins, East Boston 
Repairing catch basins, Charlestown 
Repairing catch basins, Brighton 
Repairing catch basins, West Roxbury 
Repairing catch basins, Dorchester 
Repairing catch basins, Roxbury 
Repairing catch basins, city proper 
Repairing sewers, South Boston 
Repairing sewers, East Boston 
Repairing sewers, Charlestown 
Repairing sewers, Brighton 
Repairing sewers, West Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, Dorchester 
Repairing sewers, Roxbury 
Repairing sewers, city proper 

Fuel and oil . 

Hardware, tools, etc. 

Engines and boilers 

Sundries and miscellaneous charges 



538,334 62 
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51,468 77 

685 94 

1,109 S3 

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1,054 30 

986 88 

1,703 59 

1,668 13 

701 32 

487 77 

79 22 

2,033 01 

1,731 69 

1,606 48 

1,170 83 

2,777 31 



14,321 12 

4,227 42 

23,785 16 

12,439 29 

3,171 27 



20,287 09 

1,554 62 

5,903 27 

334 07 

5,133 53 



Carried forward $304,786 17 



360 



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Brought forward .... 
Damages, claims and medical attendance 
Telephones 
House connections 
Rubber goods . 
Gatehouse, Fenway 
Stock 
Boston Elevated Railway Company 



Credit. 
Amount earned by division engines 
Stock transferred and used on construction 
Rubber goods transferred and used on con- 
struction 

Fuel and oil transferred and used on construc- 
tion 

Hardware, tools, etc., transferred and used on 
construction 



$304,786 17 

1,502 19 

1,636 25 

6,116 10 

2,121 12 

304 28 

22,304 95 

771 51 



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$2,323 00 

20,831 52 

1,159 00 

569 00 

2,119 00 



27,001 52 
$312,541 05 



Amount Collected by City Collector and Credited to Appropriation for Sewer 
Division Maintenance, February 1, 1910, to January 31, 1911. 



Boston Water Department .... 

Transit Commission 

Park Department 

Boston Elevated Railway Company . 
Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company . 
Penal Institutions Department . 
Street Cleaning Division .... 

Highway Division 

Sanitary Division 

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad 

John Hancock Insurance Company . 

Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Company 

Abolishment of grade crossings .... 



Appropriation for 1910-11 
Collections for 1910-11 



Balance to City Treasurer 



$111 67 

153 50 

5 34 

676 08 

125 67 

27 89 

1,813 85 

53 32 

450 01 

30 80 

125 66 

109 88 

22 19 

210 24 

$3,916 10 

$310,000 00 

3,916 10 

$313,916 10 

1,375 05 

$312,541 05 









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Accounts. 


Total 
Expenditure. 


Labor. 


Contracts. 


Teaming. 


Insurance. 


Waste. 


Coal. 


Oil and 
Gasolene. 


Packing. 


Valves. 


Car 

Fares. 


Stable. 


Pipe Fittings 
and 
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Towing. 




$55,019 44 
21,204 25 
22,535 11 
16,429 24 
13,700 95 
3,000 00 
21,095 64 


$22,162 73 
12,128 31 
17,937 31 
14,976 00 
9,821 33 
3,000 00 
14,159 45 


$1,440 00 
3,038 00 
1,013 76 




$418 81 


$314 00 


$26,013 34 


$36 70 




$632 21 






$4,001 65 

1,913 21 

606 92 

1,453 24 

1,269 04 






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$81 85 


$1,498 70 


$2,541 97 










1,273 35 


$784 83 


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288 03 


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459 80 
















2,279 92 


52 88 


199 54 


17 00 


96 50 


171 08 






24 78 


1,154 39 


2,940 10 












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Main and intercepting sewers: 
Amount earned by depart- 


S152.9S4 63 
270 00 


$94,185 13 
202 50 


$8,905 6.8 


$55 09 


$758 71 


$341 25 


$26,397 87 


$1,503 67 


$784 83 


$1,551 15 


$662 23 


$3,112 89 
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$12,184 16 


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$93,982 63 


$8,905 68 


$55 09 


$758 71 


$341 25 


$26,397 87 


$1,503 67 


$784 83 


$1,551 15 


$662 23 


$3,045 39 


$12,184 16 


$2,541 97 




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Recapitulation. — Maintenance Detail, 1910=11. 



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Improved 

Sewerage. 


Outside 
Improved 
Sewerage. 


Totals. 




$94,185 13 

8,905 68 

55 09 

758 71 

* 341 25 

* 26,397 87 

* 1,503 67 
*784 83 
1,551 15 

662 23 
3,112 89 

* 2,541 97 
12,184 16 


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35,337 90 

7,809 72 


$195,46S 55 


Contracts 

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44,243 58 
7,864 81 
■ 758 71 


Fuel 

Oil 


49 70 

1,158 80 
431 64 


390 95 

27,556 67 

1,935 31 

784 83 




1,551 15 


Car fares and traveling expenses 

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Pipe fittings and miscellaneous 


848 75 
13,212 29 


1,510 98 

16,325 18 

2,541 97 




12,184 16 


1,402 63 

1,636 25 

3,663 42 

44,006 92 


1,402 63 






1,636 25 






3,663 42 






44,006 92 








Cbedits. 

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Labor $202 50 

Stables 67 50 


$152,984 63 
270 00 


$210,841 44 
51,015 02 


$363,826 07 






Outside Improved Sewerage. 
Labor $18,010 12 




Miscellaneous 33,004 90 


51,285 02 










$152,714 63 


$159,826 42 


$312,541 05 



* Waste. 
3,150 pounds at 9c. and 10c. 
325 pounds at 8c 



* Towing. 
Boston Tow Boat Company. 
Eastern Dredging Company. 
Sanitary Division 



* Coal. 
7,119 tons, 1,009 pounds soft. 
93 tons, 390 pounds hard. . 
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1,800 gallons engine at. . 

796 gallons cylinder at. 

207 gallons sperm at. . . 

33 gallons lard at. . . . 

3,360 pounds grease at. . 



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$1,503 67 



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Coal at Pumping Station. 



Date. 



Contractor. 



Tons. 



Paid in 1910-11. 



Per Ton.: Totals. 



Feb. 4. 
March 16. 



May 5 . 

June 3 . 

July 18. 

Aug. 29 . 

Dec. 16. 

Jan. 7. 



Batchelder Brothers 

Bader Coal Company (lighter 
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Darrow, Mann Company (barge 
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Batchelder Brothers 

Darrow, Mann Company (barge 
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Batchelder Brothers 

Darrow, Mann Company (barge 
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Darrow, Mann Company (barge 
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Totals 



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Sewerage Works Loan, 1910=11, Detail. 



Engineers' salaries, general, including chief inspector 

Surveyors, weekly 

Surveyors, monthly 



Amount charged to construction of sewers 
Total engineers' salaries 



$16,251 57 
6,144 51 
. 833 00 

$23,229 08 
4,515 27 

$27,744 35 



Engineers' Expense. 



Labor .... 
City teams 
Car fares 
Rubber goods 
Photos .... 
Stationery and supplies 
Borings . . . . 
Printing .... 

Total 



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2,388 62 

577 65 

175 76 

53,732 90 



Court Executions and Awards on Account of Land-Takings, Etc. 

W. H. Shuffield, Fairview street, court execution . _ . 

F. B. Viaux, Stony brook improvement, court execution 
Natick Five Cents Savings Bank, Talbot avenue high level 

sewer, court execution 

Dennis S. Ryan, Walk Hill street, court execution 

G. M. Bryne Company, Florence street brook, court execu 
tion 

Ellen T. Norton, Stony brook, Street Commissioners' award 
William J. Barry, Westland entrance, court execution . 

C. J. Jacobs, Wachusett street, court execution 
J. McMorrow, Fessenden street, court execution . 
T. J. Shea, Avalon road, court execution 
W. J. Gaffney, Trustee, Putnam and Glendon streets, court 

execution 

Mary Demarchi, Ashley street, Street Commissioners' award 

D. Marr & Son, Malta street, court execution 
P. Meehan, Stony brook, Street Commissioners' award 
J. E. Strauss, Hewlett street brook, Street Commissioners 

award 

J. A. Rooney, Florence street, court execution 

E. Graham, Stan wood street, court execution _ 
James McGovern, Adams street, court execution 
George J. Regan, Harold street, court execution 
George J. Regan, Fremont place, court execution 
R. Eagar, Walnut avenue, court execution 
D. E. Coleman, Malcolm and Central streets, court execution, 



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187 


28 


702 


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71 


462 


61 


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432 


88 


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362 


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312 


27 


266 


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397 



Catch=basins Built, 1910-11. 



District. 


Contract. 


Day 

Labor. 


Rebuilt. 


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Entrance Fees, Permits and Assessments. 

Entrance fees to the amount of $5,124.40 have been 
deposited with the City Collector for collection from 
estates upon which no sewer assessment was ever paid, 
in accordance with the Ordinances of 1908, chapter 3, 
section 11. 

Bills for sewer assessments amounting to $934.62 
have been deposited for collection, representing those 
estates assessed under chapter 456 of the Acts of 1889 
and amendments thereto, which have been connected 
during the year with the sewers for which they were 
assessed. 

Three thousand two hundred and forty-six permits 
have been issued, viz. : 679 to district foremen, 135 to 
contractors and 2,432 to licensed drain layers, for repair- 
ing or laying house drains. The work done under these 
permits has been inspected and a record of the same 
made on the plans of this division, in accordance with 
the provisions of the Ordinances of 1908, chapter 3. 

Plans for the assessment of estates for sewer con- 
struction have been furnished the Street Commissioners, 
representing 31,311 feet of sewers and appurtenances, 
costing $162,774. 



398 



City Document No. 35. 



Rates Paid for Hired Machinery. 



Bull wheel derrick and engine 

Pumping engine 

Carson trench machine, complete 
Carson trench machine, without engine 
Eight-inch centrifugal pump 

Pulsometer 

Electric motor 



$150 00 per month. 

3 00 per day. 

170 00 per month. 

125 00 per month. 

2 00 per day. 

2 00 per day. 

1 00 per month. 

per horse power 



Cost of Maintaining all Horses in the Sewer Division, February 1, 
1910, to January 31, 1911. 



Items. 



Total Cost. 



50 Horses,. 

Average Cost 

per Day. 



Labor 

Hay and grain 

Shoeing 

Veterinary services and medicine 
Stable goods 

Totals 



$12,077 82 

8,061 59 

1,430 88 

599 08 

213 01 



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$1 226 



Summary of Sewer Construction for the Year Ending January 

31, 1911. 



District. 



Built by the 

City by 
Contract or 
Day Labor. 



Built by 
Private 
Parties. 



Total Length 
Built. 



City proper 

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

Roxbury 

West Roxbury. 
Dorchester .... 
Brighton 



Totals. 



Linear Feet. 
4,772.36 
5,896.45 



Linear Feet. 
6,129.60 



1,139.54 
22,728.29 
30,182.43 
36,657.64 
13,354.39 

114,731.10 



162.82 

705.36 

2,433.78 

4,368.85 

3,251.21 

17,051.62 



Linear Feet, 

10,901.96 

5,896.45 



1,302.36 
23,433.65 
32,616.21 
41,026.49 
16,605.60 

131,782.72 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 



399 



Summary of Sewer Construction for Five Years Previous to 
February 1, 1911. 





1906. 


1907. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


Built by the city by contract or 


Linear 
Feet. 

103,823.72 

9,641.49 


Linear 
Feet. 

79,340.46 

11,590.87 


Linear 
Feet. 

53,803.78 

7,744 . 30 


Linear 
Feet. 

101,073.47 

11,606.97 


Linear 
Feet. 

114,731.10 

17,051.62 




Totals.. 


113,465.21 


90,931.33 


61,548.08 


112,680.44 


131,782.72 



Schedule of Sewers Built to Date in the City of Boston, 
February 1, 1911. 



District. 



Length of 

Sewers Built 

During the 

Year Ending 

January 

31, 1911. 



Length of 
Sewers Re- 
built or 
Abandoned 
During the 
Year Ending 
January 31, 
1911. 



Additional Length 
of Sewers for the 

Year Ending 
January 31, 1911. 



City proper 

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

Roxbury 

West Roxbury. 

Dorchester 

Brighton 



Linear Feet. 

10,901.96 

5,896.45 



1,302.36 
23,433.65 
32,616.21 
41,026.49 
16,605.60 



Linear Feet. 
1,803.12 



Linear Feet. 
9,098.84 
5,896.45 



206.45 
3,481.18 

637.85 
1,857.89 

209.29 



1,095.91 
19,952.47 
31,978.36 
39,168.60 
16,396.31 



Miles. 
1.72 
1.12 



0.21 
3.78 
6.06 
7.42 
3.11 



Totals 131,782.72 8,195.78 123.5S6.94 

Total length built previous to January 31, 1910 



Length of common sewers 

Length of metropolitan intercepting sewers. 
Length of intercepting sewers 



Total 



23.42 
734.72 



758.14 

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24.12 



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Total mileage of streets containing sewerage works . 



489.03 



400 



City Document No. 35. 



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

Station, 1910-11. 



Month. 



Total 

Pumpage. 

Gallons. 



Average 
per Day. 
Gallons. 



Minimum 

Day. 
Gallons. 



Maximum 

Day. 
Gallons. 



Aver- 
age 
Lift. 

Feet. 



Average 
Duty, Foot- 
Pounds, per 
100 Pounds 

of Coal. 



1910. 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September .... 

October 

November. . . . 

December 

1911. 
January 



3,007,240,000 
2,922,915,000 
2,697,436,000 
2,463,131,000 
2,804,858,000 
2,474,077,000 
2,465,257,000 
2,402,097,000 
2,492,827,000 
2,568,074,000 
2,637,530,000 

2,803,064,000 



107,401,000 
94,288,000 
89,915,000 
79,456,000 
93,495,000 
79,809,000 
79,524,000 
80,070,000 
80,414,000 
85,602,000 
85,082,000 

90,421,000 



91,821,000 
79,918,000 
71,550,000 
66,638,000 
67,225,000 
68,612,000 
70,079,000 
66,513,000 
63,057,000 
68,720,000 
65,423,000 

74,862,000 



139,643,000 

143,197,000 

120,171,000 

100,676,000 

136,250,000 

95,263,000 

97,506,000 

100,576,000 

99,269,000 

129,696,000 

116,687,000 

111,678,000 



37.2 
37.6 
37.7 
38.0 
38.1 
38.1 
38.4 
38.3 
38.4 
38.4 
38.8 

39.3 



91,210,000 
91,215,000 
95,120,000 
96,168,000 
94,771,000 
100,414,000 
101,607,000 
97,560,000 
96,601,000 
92,175,000 
91,788,000 



Total.... 
Averages . 



31,738,506,000 



87,123,000 



71,202,000 



115,884,000 



38.2 



*94,736,000 



* Average from yearly quantities. 
Records from plunger displacement. 
Average slip for the year about 12 per cent. 



Calf Pasture Pumping Station. 

This plant contains the following sewage pumping 
units : 

One vertical, beam and fly-wheel, triple expansion 
engine of the Leavitt type; cylinders, 18| inches, 33 
inches, 52f inches in diameter; two single acting pump 
plungers, each 60 inches in diameter and 120-inch stroke; 
capacity, 72,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours with 
40-foot lift. 

Two vertical, beam and fly-wheel, compound engines 
of the Leavitt type; cylinders, 25| inches, 52 inches in 
diameter; two single acting pump plungers, each 48 
inches in diameter and 108-inch stroke; capacity of each 
engine, 35,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours with 40- 
foot lift. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 401 

Two horizontal, duplex, tandem-compound engines 
of the Worthington type; cylinders, 21 inches, 36 inches 
in diameter; two double acting pump plungers, 45 inches 
in diameter and 48-inch stroke; capacity of each engine, 
25,000,000 gallons in twenty-four hours with 40-foot 
lift. 

A contract has been made for two steam turbine 
centrifugal pumps of 56,000,000 gallons capacity each 
in twenty-four hours with a 40-foot lift. These pumps 
are to take the place of the two Worthington pumps, 
which are worn beyond repair after twenty-seven years 
of service. 

The following are the principal additions, alterations 
and repairs made during the past year at the Calf Pasture 
pumping station : 

At the gate house the cages have been supplied with 
new chains, counterbalance rods and links and new cast- 
iron guards at lower ends of south cage guides. 

A new gallery has been erected under the floor, con- 
sisting of new cast-iron brackets, channel iron, platform 
and hand rail; and the new main sluice gate, purchased 
last year, has been put in place in the south sewer. 

The side walls and outer pier in main sewer have been 
raised with concrete 2 feet in order to extend stop 
planks higher. 

A new floor has been laid in the stable and the outside 
of the building painted. 

In the main building a new inside stuffing box has 
been put in No. 1 pump and a new composition sleeve 
on plunger rod of No. 2 pump. 

A new connection has been made on steam line of 
No. 1 and No. 2 into low pressure line in engine room in 
preparation for removal of old line. 

No. 1 pump has been removed in preparation for new 
unit. 

Old main steam header for No. 3 and No. 4 pumps has 
been replaced with new one. 

Main bearing of No. 4 engine has been rebabbited. 

A new 5-inch injection valve was put in line to No. 4 
condenser. 

A new composition cone, and nozzle was put in con- 
denser of No. 5 engine. 

A new composition float was made for tell-tale in No. 
5 pump well. 

The crank-pin box of No. 1 dynamo engine was 



402 City Document No. 35. 

rebabbited and new valve stems with metallic packing 
put in both No. 1 and No. 2. 

The commutator of No. 2 was trued up by turning 
in place. 

A new 9-inch steel tee and 12-inch cross have been 
put in main steam line, and a reducing valve in heating 
line with a pop safety valve to protect heating system 
from overpressure. 

A new set of valves was put in No. 1 feed pump, the 
old set refaced and put into No. 2, leaving a spare set 
refaced at hand. 

New relief valves have been put in feed lines and 
governor valves in steam lines to the oil pumps. 

The centrifugal injection pumps have been connected 
up to steam, exhaust and water piping. 

The boiler pop valves have been reground and set at 
pressure carried and the main stops reground and one 
new one put in. 

Galleries have been placed under upper windows 
on both sides of engine room and a cabinet built 
inclosing the main switch board of pump well gate 
motors. 

The old temporary boiler house has been raised and 
the ground filled in and graded. 

The coal run has been replanked and sheathed and 
two new coal cars put in service, replacing worn-out 
cars. 

All gates in pipe chamber have been renewed and four 
spare ones made. 

New poles have been set in concrete along the foot 
of deposit sewer embankment and new wiring put on 
same. 

The west shaft house has. been repointed inside and 
out, new gutters put on and two ventilators put in 
roof. 

The sludge scow has been rebuilt according to speci- 
fications of survey and a 2^-inch Edson pump installed 
aboard. 

New scraper chains have been placed in deposit 
sewer, a new idler sheave, shaft and guides in north 
deposit sewer, and a patch put in furnace of boiler 
operating the carrier gear. 

One hundred and eighteen loads of sand were removed 
from No. 1 pump well after the removal of pump No. 1. 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 



403 



Moon Island. 

At Moon Island it has become necessary to renew 
the twenty gates in the six-foot gallery which are used 
to control the flow and discharge of the sewage. These 
gates have been worn out by twenty-seven years of 
service and are being replaced by gates operated by 
compressed air. Ten were contracted for and delivered 
and five of them have been installed, two upper and three 
lower, at basin No. 1 of the reservoir. 

A new hot water heating system for the gatehouse 
has been installed. 

Cost of Pumping. 

Average cost per million foot-gallons for pumping: 

Volume (31,738.5 million gallons) by (= times) lift 
(38.2 feet) = 1,212,411 million foot-gallons for the year. 

Labor cost included in the totals is based upon the 
following force of fifty-one men: 

One superintendent, one clerk, one storekeeper, one 
oil man, one electrician, one carpenter, one blacksmith, 
two machinists, six laborers and four "engineers' 
watches," each including nine men. 

Cost of city water not included. 



Items. 


Cost. 


Cost per 
Million Foot- 
Gallons. 




$51,016 98 

17,117 63 

1,624 05 

2,462 21 

6,061 SI 


$0 04208 


Coal 


01412 




001.34 


Rubber valves and packing 


00203 
00500 


Totals 


$78,282 68 


$0 06457 










$0 00335 









Main Drainage Yard. 

Number of gates, regulators, sumps and overflows to 
be cleaned and cared for. These are under constant 



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City Document No. 35. 



inspection and are cleaned after every storm or heavy 
rise of sewage due to other causes : 



District. 


Gates. 


Regulators. 


Sumps. 


Overflows. 


Brighton 


42 
24 
47 
88 
62 
49 
43 


15 

9 

18 

15 

2 

4 


17 
11 
19 
41 
11 
25 
11 


23 
12 




26 


City proper 


42 
18 




21 




20 









Number of penstock and flushing gates . 

Regulators repaired 

Tide gates repaired 

Manholes repaired 

Manhole steps put in. 



19 

40 

175 

81 

50 

Tide gates cleaned 6,321 

Regulators cleaned « 2,750 

Overflows cleaned 220 

Sumps cleaned 2,900 

Penstock and flushing gates cleaned, oiled and repaired 35 



Average Daily Amount of Sewage Received at Moon Island 

Reservoir. Gallons. 

1906 .... 80,241,046 

87,661,058 



1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 



83,376,502 
82,378,000 
74,432,000 



Amount of Sludge Received and Removed from Deposit Sewers 
from February 1, 1910, to January 31, 1911, Inclusive. 



Month. 


Cubic 

Yards 

Received. 


Cubic 

Yards 

Removed. 




1910. 


189 
322 
552 
792 
766 
407 
296 
617 
223 
388 
409 

485 


255 
225 
525 
525 
675 
675 
525 
525 
300 
225 
150 

320 




March 


2,491 cubic yards. 


April 

May 
























November 




1911. 


Sludge in sewers February 1, 1911, 
3,012 cubic yards. 


Totals 


5,446 


4,925 









Table Showing Cost of Cleaning Sewers by Contract, 1910=11. 



Poplar street 

Chadwick street 

St. Stephens street 

Florence street 

Ashland street 

Portland street 

Talbot avenue 

Commercial street 

Prince street 

Harrison street 

Brook street 

Beverly street 

Mai ion street 

Market and Canal streets 

Canal street relief sewer 

Canterbury branch, Stony brook 

Public Alley No. 444 

Blossom street 



R. A. Nagle 

R. A. Nagle 

R. A. Nagle 

R. A. Nagle 

James L. Pierce & Co 

James L. Pierce & Co. 

James L. Pierce & Co. 
James L. Pierce & Co. 
James L. Pierce & Co. 

R. A. Nagle 

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James L. Pierce & Co. 

James L. Pierce & Co. 
James L. Pierce & Co. 

James L. Pierce & Co. 
James L. Pierce & Co. 
James L. Pierce & Co. 
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Length and Sizes. 



2,165.14 ft. 15 in., pipe, to 24 in. by 
36 in., brick. 

906.7 ft. 30 in. by 12 in., brick, and 
12 in. and 18 in., pipe. 

1,218.77 ft. 30 in. and 24 in., brick, 

1,748.64 ft. 12 in., pipe, to 2 ft. bv 
3 ft. 8 in., brick. 

990 ft. 15 in., pipe, to 20 in. by 26 in., 
brick. 

850 ft. 3 ft. 6 in., brick and iron 
pipe. 

2,372.73 ft. 30 in. by 32 in., brick 

581 ft. 2 ft. 4 in. by 3 ft. 6 in., brick, 

347 ft. 15 in., pipe, to 30 in. by 36 in., 
brick. 

674 ft. 12 in., pipe 

364.79 ft. 12 in., pipe 

333 ft. 3 ft. by 3 ft., wood 

413 ft. 12 in., pipe 

754 ft. 3 ft. 6 in., brick, to 4 ft. 6 in., 
brick. 

1,501.5 ft. 4 ft. 9 in. by 5} ft., brick, 

1,788 ft. 10 ft. by 8 ft. 6 in., brick. . 

545.9 ft. 12 in., pipe 

399.55 ft. 20 in. by 24 in., brick 



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750 75 

1,233 72 

174 69 

423 52 



Hard gravel. 

Bad si-wit. 

Gravel and cement. 



Grease and high water. 



$78.91 extra for r 
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Small outlet and rain 
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PUBLIC 



Street Department — Sewer Division. 405 



Amount of Refuse Removed from Gatehouse from February 1, 
1910, to January 31, 1911, Inclusive. 



Month. 



Pounds. 



1910. 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

1911 

January 



Coal used in crematory = 44 |f£ri tons. 



65,250 
79,650 
81,000 
79,875 
66,825 
80,100 
83,475 
87,975 
87,075 
69,525 
71,325 



67,150 
919,225 = 459 UU tons. 



Rea! Estate in Charge of the Sewer Division. 



Assessed Valuation. 



Land. 



Buildings. 



Owned by City. 

Sewer yard, 678 Albany street, South End 

Sewer yard, Massachusetts avenue, near Albany street, 

South End 

Sewer yard, Western avenue, Brighton 

Pumping station, Old Harbor Point, Dorchester 

Land, buildings and reservoirs at Moon Island and 

Squantum ■ 

Sewer yard, Child and South streets, West Roxbury 

(occupied in common with Highway Division) 

Pumping station, Lyons street. (Land.) 

Gatehouse, Back Bay Fens 

Sewer yard, Boylston and Hereford streets. (Occupied 
in common with the Highway Division.) 



$56,400 

8,900 

9,200 

138,000 



19,300 
1,200 



Leased. 

Sewer yard, East Eagle street, East Boston. (Part of 
rental paid by this division. Leased from trustees of 
Glendon Company.) 

Sewer yard, Old Harbor street and Columbia road, South 
Boston. (Office building owned by Sewer Division. 
Rented from Mary Creed.) 

Sewer yard, Gibson street, Dorchester. (Buildings 
erected by Sewer Division. Leased from trustees of 
Gibson School Fund.) 



86,900 

61,000 
5,200 
7,000 



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pipe connection, the lump sum of $10. 

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concrete conduit, together with the building 
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pipe chimney, the sum of $5. 
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main trench 20c. linear foot. 

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1 cubic yard, more or less, of other brick ma- 
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For furnishing earthenware pipe, estimated 
value of five hundred forty dollars ($540), 
70 per cent from standard list prices. 

55 cubic yards, more or less, earth excavation, 
below grade, other than for underdrain, at 
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outside trenches, at $1 cubic yard. 

150 cubic yards, more or less, rock at $4 cubic 
yard. 

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cubic yard. 

10,000 feet, board measure, more or less, spruce 
sheeting at $20 M. feet. 

1,000 feet, board measure, more or less, spruce 
platforms, etc., at $30 M. feet. 

For laying 800 linear feet, more or less, 6-inch 
pipe underdrain 25c. linear foot. 

For laying 450 linear feet, more or less, 10-inch 
pipe sewer in Willow street, including exca- 
vation and refill, $1.10 linear foot. 

For laying 452 linear feet, more or less, 10-inch 
pipe sewer, Centre street, between Willow 
and Maple streets, including excavation and 
refill, $1.10 linear foot. 

For laying 350 linear feet, more or less, 10-inch 
pipe sewer in Centre street, between Willow 
and Beech streets, including excavation and 
refill, $1.10 linear foot. 

For laying 195 linear feet, more or less, 8-inch 
pipe sewer in Centre street, between Willow 
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APPENDIX F. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR THE 
BOSTON AND CAMBRIDGE BRIDGES. 



Boston, January 31, 1911. 

Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, 

Mayor of the City of Boston: 

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

This commission is composed of two members, one 
appointed by the Mayor of the City of Boston, the 
other by the Mayor of the City of Cambridge, under the 
provisions of chapter 467, Acts of 1898. This commis- 
sion has charge of the care and maintenance of the follow- 
ing-named bridges, connecting the cities of Boston and 
Cambridge: Cambridge-River Street, Ess*ex-Brookline 
Street, North Harvard-Boylston Street, Prison Point, 
Cambridge, Harvard and Western Avenue. 

As there was no specific appropriation made by the 
City of Boston for its portion of the expense of the com- 
mission during the past year, the amount expended 
was taken from the appropriation for Street Depart- 
ment, Highway Division, and amounted to $22,006.57. 

Besides the necessary patching and small repairs 
required on these bridges from time to time, the following 
work was done: 

Prison Point. — This bridge has been replanked during the 
past year, and will need still more planking the coming 
year. New headers should be placed on this bridge at once. 
The drawtenders' house is in very poor condition and should 
be replaced by a new structure. 

Cambridge Bridge. — This bridge is in reasonably good condi- 
tion, but will need considerable painting this year. 

Harvard Bridge. — During the past year extensive repairs have 
been made on the pavement. The piers have been replanked 
and are now in good condition. Considerable more paving 
will be needed this year. During the past two years we have 
recommended the painting of the bridge. It has now reached 
such a stage that it is absolutely necessary to begin at once 
on this work. It is badly rusted. 



Cambridge Bridge Division. 479 

Brookline Street. — This bridge has been entirely replanked 
during the past year. It will require painting this year and 
considerable replanking. 

River Street. — This bridge has been rebuilt entire. 

Western Avenue. — This bridge was entirely rebuilt last year, 
so that little has been done on it this year. The roadway 
needs new sheathing. 

Boylston Street. — During the past year considerable repairs 
have been made on this bridge and unless immediate steps 
are taken to replace this old structure with a new one exten- 
sive repairs will be necessary. 

The following is an estimate of the expense of making 
the repairs which will be necessary during the year 
1911-12: 



Brookline Street Bridge. — General work 

Cambridge Bridge. — Patch painting under central 

curbs 1,000 

Cambridge-River Street Bridge. — Sheathe (in fall) , 
plank one pier, repair corner of pier and waterway, 
new boat 1,100 

Harvard Bridge. — Paint entire bridge and miscel- 
laneous repairs, not including repairing of roadway, 
which is provided for under contract with the U. S. 
Wood Preserving Company 8,500 

North Harvard Street Bridge. — Adjust draw; general 

overhauling, including many new piles . . . 2,200 

Prison Point Bridge. — New drawtenders' house, paint 

bridge, rebuild part of pier, sheathe draw . . . 4,000 

Western Avenue Bridge. — Adjust draw, plank one pier, 
new piling at corner of pier, repair fender guard and 
waterway, sheathe (half in spring, half in fall) . . 900 

General supplies 3,000 



Total estimated cost to both cities . . . $21,000 
City of Boston, one-half $10,500 

The income for the year 1910-11 amounted to $15.72, 
same being one-half the amount received from the sale 
of sundry lots of junk from the various bridges. 

Tables are appended showing the distribution of the 
expenses of the commission for the year and a statement 
of the draw openings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. K. Rourke, 

Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



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APPENDIX G. 



REPORT OF CIVIL SERVICE CLERK. 



February 1, 1911. 

Mr. L. K. Rourke, 

Superintendent of Streets: 

Dear Sir, — I submit herewith a report of the work 
performed in connection with the Civil Service Com- 
mission for the year ending January 31, 1911: 



Requisitions made 

Requisitions canceled .... 
Certifications returned, no selection made 
Number of men called .... 
Number of men certified .... 
Number of men appointed . 
Number of men appointed provisionally 
Provisional appointments made permanent 
Applications made for promotion . 

Promotions allowed 

Promotions allowed provisionally . 
Requests for permission to reinstate 
Requests for permission to reinstate allowed 
Requests for permission to reinstate not allowed 
Number of men resigned through absence . 
Number of men resigned through absence reinstated 
Number of men reported to the Civil Service Commission 
as not having worked for more than six months 

Number of men resigned 

Number of men died 

Number of men discharged 

Number of transfers made from other departments 
Number of transfers made to other departments . 



58 

2 

9 

205 

386 

184 

13 

13 

11 

7 

4 

32 

15 

17 

39 

22 

48 

8 

81 

29 

6 

7 



Street Department — Civil Service. 



483 



Grade and Number of Employees. 





Divisions. 


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2 
1 
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1 

18 
1 
1 

20 

12 
8 

23 


1 
8 
1 


4 
1 


1 

2 


2 

1 


1 
1 

1 


5 


Clerks 


6 
2 


70 




9 




2 
















23 
















12 


















8 






1 
2 

39 

9 

43 

7 












24 
















2 






50 
8 
4 
4 


44 
6 

13 
1 


24 

9 

12 






4 


161 










32 








3 




62 






24 














1 












2 






2 








28 

1 










28 


















1 


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1 








1 




1 


1 
15 


2 
9 
1 
2 

8 


1 

4 








5 






2 


8 




38 






1 


















2 


















8 












1 






1 














141 

1 




141 
















1 










3 
27 




24 


27 














27 






10 


16 










26 






1 




13 






14 










1 




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217 


110 


51 


45 


157 


7 


760 







484 City Document No. 35. 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Continued. 





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163 
1 


217 
1 
4 
8 
4 


110 


51 


45 

1 


157 
1 


7 


700 




4 










4 








2 


2 


39 
15 






51 












19 








6 

8 








6 


















8 








11 










11 






3 






5 
6 
3 
12 
2 


1 




9 












6 


















3 






376 


296 


235 


280 


4 
1 


1 


1,203 






3 








5 






6 








1 






1 








10 
13 










10 












10 






23 






67 
3 










67 








9 

1 




1 

12 

12 

1 

1 


4 




17 


Pilots 




13 














12 


















1 


















1 








2 










2 














1 




1 














1 


1 






1 
15 


2 
1 
1 
1 








1 


4 














16 
















1 


















1 








1 

2 

38 




1 






2 














2 






23 




19 




1 




81 










10 


652 


576 


413 


352 


167 


170 


9 


2,349 







Street Department — Civil Service. 485 

Grade and Number of Employees. — Concluded. 





Divisions. 


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652 


576 


413 


352 

28 
68 


167 


170 


9 


2,349 




28 






76 


28 


224 


12 


3 




399 


Tollmen 




12 






32 
3 

1 


24 


10 

. 2 

1 

5 

10 


7 


4 


1 


78 






5 














2 








.... 






5 




5 


8 










23 














Totals 


10 


769 


636 


665 


455 


179 


177 


10 


2,901 







Comparative Table Showing the Number of Employees February 
1, 1910, and February 1, 1911. 



















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February 1, 1910 


10 


175 


160 


10 


776 


587 


617 


425 


2,760 


February 1, 1911 


10 


177 


179 


10 


769 


665 


636 


455 


2,901 



Respectfully submitted, 



Daniel R. Murray, 

Cm7 Service Clerk 



486 



City Document No. 35. 



APPENDIX H. 



FORMER SUPERINTENDENTS AND DOCU- 
MENT NUMBERS OF ANNUAL REPORTS. 



Bridge Department Before 1891. 

Previous to 1886 under charge of City Engineer. 



Name. 



Year. 



Bartholomew M. Young. 
James H. Nugent 



1886 to 1889 
1889 to 1891 







Bridge Department Before 


1891. 






Name 


of Document. 


For 
Year. 


Pub. 
Year. 


No. of 
Doc. 


Annus 


1 report 
a 

a 
« 




1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 


1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 


29 
26 


a 




29 


a 




22 


ti 




* 









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



1891. 



Lamp Department Before April 6, 1908. 



Superintendents. 



From 



To 



William Barnicoat 

George H. Allen, Acting Superintendent. . 

George H. Allen 

Hugh J. Toland 

John T. Manson 

Hugh J. Toland 

George H. Allen \ 

Patrick O'Shea 

James Buckner 

James Donovan 

Bertrand T. Wheeler, Acting Superin- 
tendent 

William D. Lang 

William Jackson, Acting Superintendent. . 

John Drohan 

Ja