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BosTon, January 10, 1901. HON. THOMAS N. HART,
Mayor of the City of Boston :
SIR, - In response to your request under date of December 6, 1900, I herewith submit an estimate of receipts and expenditures of the Art Commission for the coming fiscal year:
The Commission would therefore ask an appropriation of $500 for the coming fiscal year.
ASSESSING DEPARTNTENT. Boston, December 24, 1900. HON. THOMAS N. HART, Mayor of the City of Boston:
SIR, - The following is an estimate of the expenditures of the Assessing Department for the coming fiscal year:
Carried forward . e & Ç . $ 73,608 00
Brought forward . o e e e $78,608 00 Clerical service, office and street duty . e 75,000 00 Printing and stock . o e e o 13,000 00 Stationery . o © e e © o 2,500 00 Stock quotations o e © so e 500 00 Advertising o & e e o e 2,200 00 Carriage-hire * o o o o e 600 00 Maps and general office expenses o © 700 00 Interpreters e Q & e e e 600 00 Total . e o . $168,708 00
GEORGE A. COMINs,
BosTon, December, 31, 1900. HON. THOMAS N. HART, Mayor of the City of Boston : SIR, - In answer to your circular letter asking for esti
mates for the next financial year, I estimate that the amount needed for this department will be as follows:
Salaries — Auditor . o o $5,000 00 Subordinates e e 33,000 00 $38,000 00 Stationery, printing, postage, messenger service, etc. e © e e o e 2,500 00 Civil Service Division. o e o e 3,500 00
$44,000 00 Respectfully submitted,
JAMES H. DODGE,
64 PEMBERTON SQUARE, January 11, 1901. HON. THOMAS N. HART, Mayor of the City of Boston :
SIR, - The Trustees of the Department of Baths respectfully submit their estimates for maintaining the various floating baths, beaches, swimming pools, gymnasia, urinals, etc., under their charge, from February 1, 1901, to January 31, 1902, amounting to one hundred thirtythree thousand eight hundred and fifty (133,850) dollars, as per schedule attached. Respectfully submitted, THOS. J. LANE, Chairman. CHARLES F. MORSE, Secretary. Brought forward . te te e Sand and dredging for North End Park Sand and dredging for Wood Island Park New bath-house and float stages .
ESTIMATES FOR MAINTAINING OFFICE, GYMNASLA, URI
NALS AND CONVENIENCE STATIONS,
DOVER-STREET BATH-HOUSE, FOR SEASON
1901–1902. Office :
Salaries, stationery, etc. $6,000 00 East Boston Gymnasium:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 8,000 00 Commonwealth Park Gymnasium:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 8,000 00 Ward 9 Gymnasium:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 5,000 00 Ward 19 Gymnasium :
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 5,000 00 Dover-street bath-house:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 11,000 00 Dover-street laundry :
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 4,000 00 Coal:
For Dover-street bath-house and laundry, 5,000 00 Urinals:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 4,300 00 Convenience Stations:
Salaries, repairs and incidentals 4,600 00 Wharf at East Boston :
Salaries, repairs, building and storage of
floating bath-houses . e & to 5,000 00
Medical attendants at the various gymnasia, 950 00 Bathing suits 2,000 00 Towels to ë to e 2,000 00 Skating at North End Park. 500 00
ESTIMATES FOR MAINTAINING FLOATING BATH-HOUSEs, BEACHES, SWIMMING—POOLS, ETC., FOR THE SEASON
On a Basis of Thirteen Weeks Summer Bathing.
Carried forward .
$900 900 900 1,200 900 900 1,200 1,400 900 2,300 1,700 7,000 600 3,500 2,000
Brought forward .
BOARD OF ALDERTIEN.
BosTon, December 31, 1900.
HON. THOMAS N. HART,
SIR, - I estimate the expenses of the Board of Aldermen
for the next financial year as follows: