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Widening and Grading Dudley and other streets. Loan Payments Balance to 1872-73.

150,000 00

Widening Eliot Street. Balance from 1870-71 Payments .. Balance to 1872-73

Widening Federal Street Bridge. Payments

Widening Federal Street.
Balance from 1870–71...
Payments....
Balance to 1872-73.

Widening Hanover Street.
Balance from 1870-71..
Loan
Payments
Balance to 1872–73....

Amounts carried forward.....

105,207 92 44,792 08

48,727 17

25,014 45 23,712 72

484 25

1,619 41

516 38 1,103 03

44,797 37 225,000 00

108,532 64 161,264 73

$16,346,482 23

$16,089,081 15

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Excess of appropriations, etc., over payments carried to Sinking

Fund (see page 51)

$257,401 08

RECAPITULATION. The following is a recapitulation of the preceding table, and shows the whole transactions of the year.

TOTAL RECEIPTS.

General appropriations,

$9,500,743 00 Permanent Loans: On City Account,

$3,037,000 00 Water Works, Wards 13, 14, 15, and 16,

300,000 00, High Service, South Boston,

30,000 00

3,367,000 00 *Temporary City Loans

1,000,000 00 Balances from 1870–71 received from Treasurer (see page 52),

2,588,852 31 Advanced by Treasurer,

9,663 40 Revenue credited and used under the following heads, viz.: Soldiers' Relief,

$95,500 00 Cragie's and West Boston Bridges,

65,048 50 Mount Hope Cemetery,

17,445 36 Public Library,

6,460 00 Charles River and Warren Bridges,

4,051 57 Oliver Street,

1,506 60 City Hospital,

1,290 00

191,302 03

$16,657,560 74

Less excess of Loans, etc., not used but carried to 1872–73, as balances

due from Treasurer (see page 53),

2,900,291 52

Amount carried forward,

$13,757,269 22

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The following are the BALANCES 'carried to the Sinking Fund, viz:

[These balances do not indicate the full unexpended balances of several of the appropriations, as portions were transferred to other appropriations which were not sufficient to meet the payments chargeable to them. Under the head of transfers on pages 54, 55, and 56, will be found the amount transferred in sach case.] Advertising,

$1,060 25 Annuities,

289 84 Armories,

6,753 56 Bells and Clocks,

923 81 Boston Harbor,

28 46 Cemeteries,

374 30 Common,

9,903 13 Contingent Funds,

2,590 26 County of Suffolk,

3,058 62 East Boston Ferries,

2,983 81 Engineer's Department,

1 42 Fire Department,

60 37 Health Department,

9,851 94 Interest and Premium,

7,386 74 Incidental Expenses,

25,401 66 Lamps,

2,466 28 Markets,

876 13 Militia Bounty,

10,194 50 Overseers of the Poor,

17 79 Old Claims,

906 17 Paving,

963 73 Polico,

32,175 72 Printing and Stationery,

2,878 69 Public Baths,

1,093 80 Public Buildings,

1,514 88 House of Industry,

7,643 22 House of Correction,

16,303 72 Lunatic Hospital,

11,391 09 Pauper Expenses,

8,744 87 Steamboat “ H. Morrison,"

710 61

Amount carried forward,

$168,549 27 $168,549 27

334 88

2,244 65

148 30

2,454 50 8,816 07 1,413 78

184 61 1,423 99 10,710 35

Amount brought forward,
Office Expenses,
Laying Water Pipe and Boilers, Deer Island
Public Lands,
Salaries,
School Instructors,
Sealers of Weights and Measures,
Sinking Fund Commissioners,
Surveyor's Department,
Unliquidated Street Claims,
War Expenses,
Water Works, Interest and Premium,
Widening Streets,
Chestnut Hill Reservoir,
New Main Pipe, East Boston
Primary School-House, Shurtleff District,
Widening Boylston Street,
Charles River and Warren Bridges,
Bell Tower, Lewis School-House,
Poor-House Estate, Ward 16,
Grammar School-House Lot, L Street,

500 00

14,003 89 40,225 03

17 93

121 92

79 94

3,292 95 1,104 22

126 50

352 00

1,296 30

$257,401 08

BALANCES FROM 1870-71.

The following are the BALANCES from 1870-71, viz.;-
Atlantic Avenue,
Broadway Extension,
Chestnut Hill Reservoir,
Church Street District,
Engine and Hose House, Tremont Street,
Fort Hill Improvement,
Grading Madison Square,
Harrison Avenue Extension,
Home for Poor, Deer Island,
Introducing Water and New Boilers, Deer Island,
Mount Hope Cemetery,
Memorial Monument, Boston Common,
New Building, House of Correction,
New Lunatic Hospital,
New Main Pipe, East Boston,
Primary School-House, Shurtleff District,
Scollay's Building,
Shawmut Avenue Extension,
Soldiers' Relief,
Suffolk Street District,
Survey of Roxbury,

$130,739 87 112,017 52 26,228 05 29,913 92 20,000 00 352,795 26

12,000 00 150,143 00 225,000 00

2,010 30 2,454 32 75,000 00

3,000 00 105,891 62 24,369 67 35,915 75 134,977 25 132,905 06 141,798 34 158,759 92

2,224 53

Ataount carried forward,

$1,878,144 38

Amount brought forward,
Survey of Dorchester,
Ticknor Bequest,
Water Works, Wards 13, 14 and 15,
Water Works, Ward 16,
Water to Deer Island,
Water Street Grade Damages,
Widening Boylston Street,
Widening Eliot Street,
Widening Federal Street,
Widening Hanover Street,
Widening Hanover Street, No. 2,
Widening Kingston Street,
Widening Tremont Street,

$1,878,144 38

1,829 33 3,000 00 14,716 25 137,701 29

43,945 65 100,000 00

3,292 95 48,727 17

1,619 41 44,797 37 140,522 77 160,907 00

9,648 74

Total,

$2,588,852 31

BALANCES CARRIED TO 1872-73.

The following BALANCES are the excess of receipts from loans, income and transfers obtained in 1871–72, and previous financial years, for special purposes by order of the City Council, over the payments on the accounts for which they were obtained, the objects for which the appropriations were made not having been completed, and are carried forward to 1872-73.

Additional Supply of Water,
Atlantic Avenue,
Back Bay Bridges,
Bakery, Deer Island,
Broadway Extension,
Church Street District,
Columbus Avenue Extension,
Commercial Point Bridge,
Engine House No. 4, etc.,
Fort Hill Improvement,
Grading Madison Square,
Harrison Avenue Extension,
High Service, South Boston,
Home for Poor, Deer Island,
Hose House, South Boston,
Memorial Monument, Boston Common,
Mount Hope Cemetery,
New Building, House of Correction,
New Lunatic Hospital,
New Water Pipes, East Boston,
Police Station House, District No. 9,
Public Library Building,
Quarantine Steamboat,

$7,697 19 336,863 35 135,070 00 10,000 00 81,067 80 23,516 78

7,750 00 8,000 00 58,702 96 290,432 84

8,166 00 61,275 97 30,000 00 225,000 00 20,000 00 75,000 00 2,188 32

500 00

104,222 20

8,732 78 9,337 69 22,719 52 15,330 00

Amount carried forward,

$1,541,393 40

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