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Total for Cemeteries, etc., as per item No. 12 of

Treasurer's account,

13,825 70

Carried forward,

$405,898 53 Brought forward,

$405,898 53 Charles River and Warren Bridges. Payments of salary of the Commissioner and one

half of the cost for the care and maintenance of

Charles River and Warren Bridges. GENERAL. — Salary of Joseph M.

Wightman, Commissioner, from May 22, 1871, to April 1, 1872,

$429 79 Printing, stationery, carriage hire, and small items,

47 51

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10,447 35

Total for Charles River and Warren Bridges as per

item No. 51 of Treasurer's account,

Chestnut Hill Driveway.
Payments for maintenance of the roadway around

Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
Laborers,

$3,640 09 Teaming,

926 44 Powder, drain-pipe and small items,

251 97 Gravel,

181 50

Total for Chestnut Hill Driveway, as per item No. 13

of Treasurer's account,

5,000 00

Carried forward,

$421,345 88 Brought forward,

$421,345 88

Chestnut Hill Reservoir.

Balance of payments on account of the building of a

Reservoir, situated in Newton and Brighton, under the direction of the Cochituate Water Board, as per order of the City Council, dated December 13, 1865.

[Total cost, $2,449,982 07.] Wages of foreman, mechanics, teamsters and laborers,

$14,308 64 Teaming,

3,944 30 Lumber, paints and other material for construction of buildings,

3,860 80 Engine, boiler, pump, hardware and tools,

1,105 37 Express wagon, hay, grain, shoeing

horse, and repairs on vehicles and harnesses,

742 52 Annuity,

675 00 Castings,

514 07 Car fares, engineering, grass seeds, and sundry small items,

441 65 Fuel,

383 37 Land,

234 40

Total for Chestnut Hill Reservoir, as per item No. 14

of Treasurer's account,

26,210 12

Church Street District.

Continuation of payments on account of raising build

ings, filling in with gravel to the newly established grade, and otherwise improving the territory bounded by Tremont, Pleasant, Providence and Ferdi

nand Streets. Land damages,

$4,296 58 Lemuel Shaw, Avery Plumer, and

Charles U. Cotting, Commissioners appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court,

500 00 Auction expenses and small items,

233 73 Paving :

Blocks and edgestone,

$844 16 Pavers and masons,

269 70

Carried forward,

$1,113 86

$5,030 31 $447,556 00 $1,113 86

144 00

$5,030 31 $447,556 00

Brought forward,
Laborers,
Teaming, gravel, bricks

and lumber,

108 97

1,366 83

Total for Church Street District, as per item No. 17

of Treasurer's account,

6,397 14

City Debt.
Payment to the Commissioners of the Sinking Funds

for the redemption of the debt of the City, the
amount of percentage taxed for 1871, as required
by the Ordinance on Finance, of December 24,

1870, Per item No. 21 of Treasurer's account.

77,625 00

City Hospital.

Payments on requisitions drawn and approved by the

Board of Trustees. Salaries :- L. A. Cutler, Superintendent,

$1,800 00 All other employés,

23,748 03

$25,548 03 Subsistence supplies,

37,749 69
Alterations and repairs :-
Addition to boiler-house, $9,981 54
Ordinary,

8,503 70 Drain in Albany street, 1,062 75 Cholera hospital,

1,000 00

20,547 99 Fuel,

6,602 50 Water rates,

3,106 00 Medical supplies and instruments,

5,144 09 Liquors, including ale and cider,

2,299 06 Care and improvement of grounds,

2,381 39 Bedding and bedding material,

2,342 46 Furniture and furnishing,

2,608 57 Gas,

1,593 43 Harness, hay, grain, shoeing hurses, repairs of vehicles and barness,

1,017 82 Ice,

891 30 Stationery and blank books,

517 62

Carried forward,

$112,349 95 $531,578 14

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