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and fitting the same with

Stable accommodations. Carpenters' Work and Lumber,

639 90

we Am'ts car'd ford $639 90 $ 2,840 63

$ 386,763 27

$386,763 27

Am'ts bro't for'd, $ 639 90 $2,840 63

Painting and Glazing, 97 75
Composition Roofing and
Slating,

59 50 Mason Work,

9 75 Blacksmithing and Iron Work,

3 00 Paving,

14 00

823 90 HOSE 8. Warren Street. Fitting up Stable for this

house, per Contract, 275 00 Extra Work by Contractors,

2 12

277 12

HOOK AND LADDER No. 2. Paris

Street, East Boston.
Cost of Stable built by Contract

in House of Engine Company
No. 9. This Stable is located
opposite the Hook and Ladder
House, which was not large
enough for Stable accommo-
dations,

100 00

HOOK AND LADDER No. 3. Har

rison Avenue.
Cost of altering this House for

Horse accommodations, per
Contract,

435 00

NEW ENGINE HOUSE

AT EAST
BOSTON, for the accommodation
of Engine Company No. 5.
Cost of a piece of Land on Marion

Street, East Boston, containing
825 feet, for the purpose of
erecting a new House for the
accommodation of this steamer,
paid for last year,

897 07
Am'ts card ford, $ 897 07 $4,476 65

$386,763 27 $386,763 27

Am'ts bro't for'd,

$897 07 $4,476 65 Contractors' Work, 3,405 00 Extra Work by Contractors,

61 46 Plans and Specifications, 100 00 New Bell and Frame, 136 70 Gas Fixtures and Pipe,

55 63 Hanging Bell,

30 00

Cost of this House

4,685 86 and Land, Less Cost of Land paid

897 07

last year,

3,788 79

NEW HOSE HOUSE. South Boston.

See Hose Carriage House, South

Boston.

ENGINE, HOOK AND LADDER HOUSES.
In addition to the above, the follow-

ing expenditures have been in-
curred for alterations and re-
pairs on Houses, other than those
enumerated, as made by Special

Contracts, viz: —
Carpenters' Work and
Stock,

557 03 Painting and Glazing, 148 60 Masonry and Drainage, 124 86 Plumbing,

42 51 Paving Entrances, 125 33 Locks and Keys,

25 02 Iron Work,

36 58 Paper Hanging,

32 05 Curtain Fixtures,

12 50 Hardware and Nails, 17 50 Tackle and Falls for hoisting Hay,

34 93 Am'ts card ford,

$1,156 91 $8,265 44

$ 386,763 27 $386,763 27

Amts. brought forw'd, $ 1,156 91 $ 8,265 44
Slating and Composition
Roofing

63 51 Signs for Houses, 126 88

1,347 30

9,612 74

RECAPITULATION.

Fire Department,
Steam Fire Engines,
Telegraphic Alarms,
Engine, Hose and Hook and Lad-

der Houses,

73,692 31
20,589 67
8,203 81

9,612 74

112,098 53

Amount paid by Treasurer per

item No. 17 of his account, 111,838 29 Add Transfers by Auditor,

155 63 Amount not yet called for,

104 61 $ 112,098 53

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.

Ordinary Expenditures -- per details, under the head of Schools,

62,233 07 Extraordinary Expenditures

per details, under the same
head,

8,220 77

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GRAMMAR SCHOOL HOUSE, WARD XI.
See Everett School Horise, page 54.

Amount carried forward,

$ 569,315 64 Amount brought forward,

$ 569,315 64

GALLOPS ISLAND, in Boston Harbor.
Paid for this Island, which contains about 16

Acres, with the building thereon, and which
the City purchased with a view to prevent
its being carried off or washed away, and
thereby injuring the Harbor,

6,600 00

Per item No. 19 of Treasurer's account.
This Island is now let at the rate of $ 200 per

annum.

HOUSE OF CORRECTION, at South Boston.
This House is under the control of the Board

of Directors for Public Institutions.
Subsistence and supplies for the House, ex-

clusive of Clothing and Bedding, Fuel and
Furniture,

15,591 65 Fuel,

3,104 65 Clothing and Bedding,

2,160 44 Coal for Manufacturing Gas,

1,120 08 Gas Meters,

74 00 Salaries of the Master, Dep. Mas

ter, Clerk, Assistants, Chaplain,
Matrons, Gate Keeper, Shop
and Yard Officers, Watchmen,
and all other payments for Sal-
aries, and for hired labor at
the House,

12,435 06 One quarter's Salary

of the Clerk to the
Board of Directors
for Public Institu-
tions, and Chief
Olerk in the City
Office,

the other Am’ts car'd forw'd, $12,435 06 $22,050 82 $575,915 64

* The Lunatic Hospital has been supplied with Gas from this establishment, but thus far they have not been charged anything for the same, though it is understood that they are to pay for it. The amount will probably be found in the next Annual Report.

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