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Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,107 58.
4



$66,536 45



34



WIDENING AND CONSTRUCTING STREETS.

Balance undrawn, February 1, 1860 5,122 07

Received of E. F. Bronsdon, for sale of building 379 50

" Stephen Child, land and edge-stone 60 20

" George H. Williams 500 00

" Patrick H. Rogers 25 00

" LOAN authorized 22,095 83

28,182 60

EXPENDITURES.

WIDENING WASHINGTON STREET.

To Moses Colby, land 300 00

" Polly Robbins, " 1,477 37

" Hammond & Russell, " 66 00

" Theodore Otis, " 102 40

" Augustus H. Buck, " 68 25

" John L. Andrew, " 126 75

" Lucius M. Sargent, " 143 75

" Paul Willard, (guard'n) " 126 75

" Brown & Blair, removing building 40 00

"James Millar, " 192 00

" William McGinness, stone work 25 18 ,

" Michael Kelley, " 8 00

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 35 50

" Elijah R. Wood, labor 138

V J. M. Marston, carpenter's work 182 44

" Samuel S. Chase, " 98 20

" David McClaren, " 57 22

" True Russell, " 41 34

" Ellen F. Carroll, damage 35 00

3,127 53

WIDENING TREMONT STREET.

To John H. Griggs, laud, . . . , 1,062 50

" Sewall, Day & Co., " , 450 00

" Isaac H. Carey, " 280 00

" James McGarvey, damage 400 00

" Hugh McDevitt, " 90 00

" Michael McGowan, " 40 00

" Benjamin Wallace, " 36 00

" Moritz Hofman, " 196 55

" Anne E. Britton, " 100 00

" John Stanton, " 10 00

" Holman Page, carpenter's work 73 50

" Joseph Batchelder, labor 28 00

" William R. Huston, referee 5 00

2,771 55

WIDENING AVARREN STREET.

To Mary Ann Buffington, land, &c 192 29

«♦ Franklin Curtis, " 33 81



Amount carried forward, 226 10 $5,899 08



35



Amount brought fonvard,
To Ralph Haskins's (heirs,) land . . .
" George Lewis, " ...

" Alfred R. Glover, " . . . ,



WIDENING PLYMOUTH STREET.

To Joseph Nickerson & Co., land and damage
" Henry B. Brigham, " "

" Bernard Gavin, " "

" Jeremiah McCarty, " "

" Oliver Tenney, " "

" Thomas C. Norton, " "

" Maurice Haley, damage

" Samuel Felton, services



WIDENING LAMBERT AVENUE,



To Lewis W. Tappan, land

" Theodore Otis, land and damage-
" J. M. Marston, removing building-
" True Russell, carpenter's work- • -

" J. P. Robinson, damage

" Chase Brothers & Co., fence



WIDENING SUMNER STREET.



To J. M. Marston, carpenter's work
" Nathaniel W. Grossman, "
" George Lewis, paid for "



226


10


161


47


171


00


103


00


5,212


42


1,000


00


90


50


95


00


467


28


62


10


407


60


25


00


675


60


258


25


460


00


31


81


100


00


332


06


27


37


57


70


20


00



S5,899 08



661 57



7,359 90



1,857 72



105 07



WIDENING WATER, (NOW RUGGLES) STREET.

To Amos J. Dean, land



1,030 23



WIDENING WALNUT STREET.



To Joseph H. Chadwick, land-
" Amos Binney, " •



112 44
50 40



162 84



WIDENING AND CONSTRUCTING SHORT STREET, (nOW
WINSLOW STREET.)



To Joseph F. Stevens, land

" Daniel Jackson, land and damage

" Benjamin F. Bean, damage

" Mrs. Chester H. Morse, "

" George Frost, paid for labor

" Alvin M. Bobbins, labor

" Amaziah Atwood, paid for carpenter's work-



,233


79


75


35


40


00


30


00


24


56


52


91


22


69



2,479 30



Amount carried forward ,



),555 71



Amount hrouglit fonvard, 19,555 71

CONSTRUCTING NEW STREET FROM HEATH STREET TO
CENTRE STREET.

To Hannah Dudley, land and damage 4,453 65

" Mary H. Waugh, " " 150 08

" Michael McQueeney, damage 100 00

" Patrick Boyle, " 10 00

" Peter Mulvee, " ••■; 1150

" Thomas Feeley, labor 27 75

" Thomas Dolan, building street : 2,935 80



7,688 78



f27,244 49



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $938 11.



PARKS AND SQUARES.

DALE STREET PARK.

LOANS authorized S70,055 41

EXPENDITURES.

To Andrew S. March and others, land 12,254 80

" Amos Binney and Charles W. Dabney, land 19,118 24

$31,373 04

ORCHARD STREET PARK.

To William H. Sumner and Aaron D. Williams,

land 13,222 00

SQUARE NEAR RUGGLES STREET.

To Tremont Improvement Co., land 18,000 00

" Roger Drury, fiUing 400 00

OAKLAND PLACE SQUARE.

To James Driscoll, grading • • • ■ 204 75

" William Fineran, gravel 26 00

230 75

$63,225 79
Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $6,829 62.



LAND, SWETT STRlEET.

LOAN authorized $6,500 00

EXPENDITURES.

To Robert P. Wiggin, land 2,085 75

" George A. Simmons, Trustee, land 4,173 07

$6,258 82

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $241 18.



37



SEWERS AND SURVEYING FOR SEWERS.

Balance undrawn, February 1, 18G0 877 11

George Lewis, I'or sewers 8'J H

LOANS authorized 22,<Jo5 00

|;23,021 22

EXPENDITURES.

SEWER, DAVIS STREET.

To pay roll of labor, for labor 4,313 32

" Ham & Leighton, cement and bricks, 3,133 3G

" I. & H. M. ilarmon, mason's work 983 25

" Eli W. Kowe, bricks 348 12

" Libbey & Dolan, " 206 50

" William Fineran, sand 15 40

" Thomas Dolan, " 3 00

" William Hart, paving 3 OG

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe 26 39

" George Curtis, lumber 494 95

" J. T. Elhs & Co., " . • • • 14 86

" William Curtis, sawing lumber 20 31

" L. D. Davenport, " 6 04

" Holman Page, carpenter's work 325 00

» Enoch Cofhn, " 162 09

« Henry H. Page, " 367 37

" Artemas F. Cheney, " 38 13

" William Clark, carting lumber 10 00

" Michael Kelley, stone work .10 00

« Charles W. Wood, labor 2137

" Luther M. Knox, " 85 75

" William A. Bean, Jr., " 86 71

" John I. Hastings, " 68 21

" James P. Ford, " 115 62

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 21 79

" Brooks & Darling, " • 3 37

" Charles H. Hudson, " 85 08

" Richard Weekes, blacksmith's work 7 50

" M. C. Onderdonk, iron work 14 36

" George H. Williams, castings 18 46

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 4 50

" T. B. Moses, surveying 6 00

*' Joseph B. Young, rubber boots 21 00

" Josiah G. Hentz, surveying • • • 5 00

" James Davenport, crate • 15 00

" E. B. Scott, pump work 2 00

" P. D. Allen, copper work 4 17

" Jacob Caswell, shear poles 4 00

" Allen Putnam & Co., damage 25 GO

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 9 50

" Owen Nawn, carting 140 00

" William Burns, " 82 00

" J. L. Bowen, hay 3 38

Amount carried fonoard, $11,330 92



38



Amount brought fonoard, $11,330 92

To Nelson Worthen, hogshead 2 00

" Hunneman & Co., use of engine 72 00

" Day Cordage Co., rope 9 13

" D. Cummings & Co., pick handles 5 40

" Parker, Gannett & Osgood, barrows 11 00

" Boston Belting Co., hose 9 94

" H. R. Bishop, ladder 2 30

" E. Spare, Jr., " -• 2 00

" Charles A. Morss, sand screen 7 00

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 1237

SEWER, PLYMOUTH STREET, AND GRADING THE STREET.

To Owen Nawn, filling 8,156 55

" George Frost, paid for filling 61 42

" S. E. Gould, driving piles 312 18

" Andrew B. Shattuck, " 284 30

" Michael Kelley, stone work 159 12

" Thomas Dolan, stone 10 50

" Pay roll of labor, labor 145 50

" J. C. Pratt, " 75 00

" John Dove, " 156 25

" Asa Wyman, " 300 00

" John Gilbert, carpenter's work 8 35

" William Morse, " 29 38

" George Curtis, lumber 69 09

SEAVER, FELLOWES STREET.

To Ebenezer Chamberlain, plank 12 36

" Joseph Morrill, Jr., paid carpenter's work •• • 28 80

" William Morse, " • • • 85 50



11,464 06



9,767 64



126 66



SURVEYING FOR SEWERS.

To Shed & Edson, surveying 594 04

" William H. Bradley, " 20 00

" F. A. Pelby, drawing 106 50

" Roberts Brothers, binding plans 26 00

" William L. Dearborn, superintending 407 34



1,153 88



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,408 98.



$22,512 24



FIRE DEPARTMENT.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 2,525 67

Appropriation, April, 1860 500 00

Received ofMetropolitan Railroad, removing house 50 00

APPROPRIATION 12,736 00



5,811 67



39

EXPENDITURES.

Paid to ENGINEERS—

To James Munroe, Chief Engineer, 1 year 318 75

" Gilbert S. May, Assistant " " 80 00

" Aniory F. Sherman, " " & Sec'y " 95 00

" Robert Simpson, " " " 80 00

" John CuUigin " " " 80 00

Paid to FIREMEN—

To Officers and Members of Engine No. 1 1,637 50

" " " " No. 2 1,643 50

" " » " No. 6 1,643 50

" " " " No. 7 1,643 50

" " " of Hook & Ladder Co- 886 50

" " " of Hose Co., No. 1 581 75

" Members of Steam Engine 479 00

Paid for SUNDRIES for the several Companies —

ENGINE No. 1.

To J. I. Caldwell, bark 5 00

" J. E. Adams, coal 22 44

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 65 67

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c 33 1 7

" Joseph W. Winslow, oils, &c 8 40

" James Johnson, ringing bell 25 00

" John A. Scott, " 18 75

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 116 20

" Warren Engine Co., No. 1, for springs 80 00

" John A. Scott, blacksmith work 1357

" E. A. Hovey, repairs 7 49

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work 4 00

" A. L. Litchfield, painting 2 50

" James McMann, repairing slates 296

ENGINE No. 2.

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 5 00

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 15 65

" Josiah P. Hall, ringing bell 12 50

" Henry Weber, " 12 50

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 14 00

" Boston Belting Co., hose • • 123 36

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 6 40

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c 20 08

" Henry L. Orack, rent of room 31 75

" Joseph W. Sweat, cleaning hose 15 00

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 38

" Chester M. Gay, plumbing 8 75

" Michael Wrin, stove work 2 42

" George E. Mason, carpenter's work 5 51



653 75



8,515 25



405 15



273 30



Ainount carried forward, $9,847 45



40

Amount hrouglit forward, $9,847 45

ENGINE No. 6.

To J. I. Caldwell,fuel 16 30

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 15 88

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 23 83

" Joseph W. Winslow, grease • 9 55

" Hunneman & Co., repairs • • • ■ 51 05

" Benj. M. Williams, blacksmith work 45 25

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct, water- • •' 15 00

" L. D. Davenport, repairs 75

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 88

" Abiel G. Chamberlin, repairs 22 49

" William H. Rogers, lantern 167

" Phineas D. Allen, plumbing 15 55

" Thomas Gavin, cleaning hore 5 00

" James McMann, repairing slates 189

" A. L. Litchfield, glazing 75

" Ivory C. Ham, painting 37 50

" Patrick Owen, brush 1 25

" George E. Mason, carpenter's work 2 13

" William Morse, " " 14 00

" James J. Farrell, ringing bell 50 00



ENGINE No. 7.

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel • 11 93

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 35 24

" William Seaver, oil, &c 79 53

" Tremont Engine Co., No. 7, labor and hose- • 10 00

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 31 43

" Ivory C. Ham, painting engine 88 00

" Michael Wrin, stone work 35 75

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct, water 15 00

" Joseph W. Sweat, repairs • 54 52

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 87

" J. M. Maston, carpenter's work 2 25

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 3 91

" Phineas Colburn, ringing bell 50 00

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY.

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel 5 00

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 17 44

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 26 40

" E. T. Northend, horse hire 225 00

" Joshua Anderson, repairs • 41 00

" Hunneman & Co., " 5 50

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, lantern, &c 14 27

" Thomas Jennings, labor 4 50

" L. 1). Davenport, repairs 1 75

" John A. Scott, blacksmith work 750

" Benj. W. Williams, " " 18 00

" John D. Pierce, wheelwright work 10 00



330 72



418 43



376 36



Amount carried forivard, $10,972 96



41



Amount h-ought fonvard,

HOSE COMPANY No. 1.

To J. I. Caldwell, fuel

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil

" Hunneman & Co., repairs

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work

" Boston Belting Co., hose

" E. B. Scott, repairs

*' Thomas J. Liddell, labor

" J. M. Marston, oil cask

" Charles G. Green, repairs

" Richard Greene, "

" David C. Spencer and others, extra work- • • •

" Thomas A. Scott, charcoal

" Owen Nawn, grading

STEAM FIRE ENGINE.

To J. E. Adams & Co., fuel

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas

" Joseph Houghton, hay and grain

" William Morse, carpenter's work

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work

" Boston Belting Co., hose •

" E. G. Cobb, splicing rope

" P. D. Allen, plumbing

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work, &c

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware

" L. D. Davenport, timepiece

" Michael Wrin, tin cans

" George K. Saville, labor

" Mrs. Murphy, washing

" James Munroe, freight

Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated-

To Hunneman & Co., hose

" Boston Belting Co., "

" E. A. G. Roulstone, caps

" William Parkinson, filling reservoirs

" Thomas Gavin, •' •

" Henry M. West, "

" Cloth Printing Co., "

" Warren Engine Co., "

" Joseph W. Sweat, clearing snow • •

" James G. Miller, "

" Leonard Hall, reservoir covers

" Alfred H. Lydston, repairs

" Francis Jones, carting

" Joseph W. Sweat, "

Amount earned forward.



10,972 96



12


75


15


71


4


00


60


29


1


00


3


00


6


54


1


00


7


20


11


25


2


00


3G


00


2


00


16


12


57


87


9


75


56


61


73


38


10


91


8


00


2


00


40


88


18


54


34


98


14


64


14


00


2


00


10


50


2


03


16


60


447


15


72


15


74


80


12


00


22


00


22


00


12


00


10


00


23


25


35


25


55


00


6


58


21


75


37


77



178 86



372 69



851 70 Sll,524 51



42

Amount brought forward, 851 70 $11,524 51

To John Somes, carting, 50

" James McGarvey, " 2 50

" Mathews & Co., " 7 00

" Charles H. Guild, " 2 00

" Owen Nawn, " 26 85

" William Clark, " 24 60

" William J. Mathes, horse hire 3 00

" Mason G. Field, " 1575

" Benj. Franklin, " 13 82

" E. T. Northend, " 9 50

" William B. May, expenses of committee 90 50

" William Morse, steward No. 3, 21 months 175 00

" Francis Freeman, ringing bell 50 UO

" Joseph Hastings, " 50 00

" Aaron D. Williams, rent 50 00

" Swain & Craft, skins 4 18

" David McHallum, carpenter's work 5 56

" John Gilbert, " 5 87

« Henry Basford, « 6 01

" William Morse, " 38 12

" John Bowdlear, taking down flag staff 15 00

" Henry Glynn, blacksmith work 24 08

" Benj. M. Williams, " 88 56

" George Onion, sponge 1 50

" Day Cordage Co., rope 5 46

" W. & A. Bacon, cloth 131

" H. S. Lawrence & Co., rubber coats 15 62

" McElroy & Frazier, removing building 40 00

" Francis W. Fuller, jackscrew 3 75

" Kingsbury & Liddell, labor 4 00

" Thomas Jennings, " • 2 00

" E. G. Cobb, " 3 40

" Conard L. Rosemayer, " 1 00

" George S. Head, " 1 00

" Williams & Everett, frames 7 50

" C. H. Morse, varnishing 7 00

" Solomon Sanborn, mason work 10 50

« Charles Stanwood, labor 127 90

" Henry Pratt, repairs on clocks 19 77

" John Backup, stationary 9 19

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 13 25

$1,834 25

$13,358 76
Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1860-61 255 69



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $2,197 22.



$13,614 45



43



RESERVOIRS AND HYDRANTS.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 300 00

APPROPRIATION 1,500 00

Sl,800 00

EXPENDITURES.

To Solomon Sanborn, reservoir 260 00

" A. J. Robinson, " 300 00

" Albert Stanwood, hydrants 795 32

$1,355 32

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $444 68.



NEW STEAM FIRE ENGINE-HOUSE.

LOAN authorized 3,500 00

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1860-61 370 39

$3,870 39

EXPENDITURES.

To James H. Collins, contract 3,400 00

" " " " extra work 3130

" William R. Huston, carpenter's work 262 50

" J. Bradley, iron pipe 38 26

" John A. Scott, iron work 8 08

" Theodore B. Moses, labor 1 60

" Samuel Jones, cleaning 5 50

" J. S. Tompkins & Son, vane 30 00

" T. D. MuUrey, soapstone 4 00

" G. W. Wilson, painting 18 90

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 20 25

" Hartley E. Woodbridge, superintending 50 00

$3,870 39

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



STEAM FIRE ENGINE, HORSES, &c.

APPROPRIATION 4,000 00

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1860-61 571 16

$4,571 16



44



EXPENDITURES.

To J. M. Stone, for steam fire engine. 3,000 00

" John A. Scott, hose carriage 22760

" James Boyd & Son, hose 363 60

" Hickcoek & Prosser, two horses 525 00

" J. M. Marston, horse. 150 00

" Abiel G. Chamberlin, harness work 192 69

" Samuel Woodward, furniture. 112 37



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



,571 16



WATCH AND POLICE.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 2,216 22

Appropriation, April, 1860 1,500 00

Keceived of P. S. Wheelock, Standing Justice of

Police Court, for officers' fees. ..... 1,704 64

" of Benjamin Meriam, fines and fees.. 75 00
" of Ariel I. Cummings, Clerk, for fines

and fees 193 30

" of Hiram A. Campbell, for fines & fees 15 00

APPROPRIATION 13,000 00

EXPENDITURES.

To Benjamin Merriam, City Marshal. 900 00

" Joseph Hubbard, police and watchman 834 00

" William D. Cook, " " 765 25

" Hawley Folsom, " " 699 05

" Hiram A. Campbell, " " 823 50

" Samuel Mcintosh, " " 797 10

" Matthew Clark, " " 750 25

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " " 632 95

« William E. Hicks, " " 791 00

« Henry L. Ford " " 245 00

" Edward F. Mecuen, " " 739 00

" Elbridge G. Cobb, " ' " 739 00

" Joseph Parker, " " 748 00

" Joseph Hastings, " " 750 00

" Thomas Culligin, " " 748 00

" James Staniels, " " 750 00

" Ezeklel Merrill, " " 180 00

" John I. Hastings, « " 180 00

" George R. Matthews, " " 763 50

" Henry Morse, " " 693 00

" Nehemiah Mack, " " 125 00

« George H. Bills, " " 683 00

" Mason G. Field, " " 64 00

" Moses N. Hubbard, " " 168 00



3,704 16



Amount carried forivard,



14,568 60



45



Amount brought forivard, 14,568 GO

To Sylvester E. Partridge, police and watchman, 279 00

" Eben T. Hitchcock, " " 480 00

" James Munroe, " " 52 00

" Silas Dole, " " 4(5 00

" James D. Loker, " " 47 00

" A. L. Litchfield, " " 2 00

" Joseph H. Lawrence, " " 4 00

" Thomas P. Hall, " " 8 00

" Asa Burnham, " " 4 00

" John C. Sprague, " " 8 00

" William D. Cook, 2d, " " 56 00

" Benjamin Meriam, railroad fares 141 98

" William J. Mathes, carriage hire 168 50

" Hiram A. Campbell, supplies •. . 49 75

" Thomas Carroll, burying offal 308 85

" P. S. Wheelock, witness fees and stationery. . 266 47

" Aaron R. Gay, " 25 00

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 72 25

" John Backup, stationery 22 58

" Solomon Sanborn, whitewashing 7 00

" Joseph Hubbard, paid for cleaning 6 33

" Francis Freeman, lanterns 2 94

" Calvin Bird & Co., stove work 30 14

" Edward W. Noyes, dusters 1 75

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 2 13

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 3 78

" J. M. Marston, carpenter's work 3 49

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 2 83

" Henry R. Taylor repairs 3 00

" W. & A. Bacon, blankets 32 53

" WiUiam L. Hicks, posting 1 7 25

" Transferred to Contingent Appro., 1860-61. .



16,723 15
26 65



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,954 36.



516,749 80



POLICE COURT.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 89 41

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1 859-60 600 00

Received from P. S. Wheelock, Standing Justice 877 37

EXPENDITURES.

To Peter S. Wheelock, Standing Justice 1,164 60

" " " witness fees 1 75 05

" A. L Cummings, Clerk 20 83

" Henry R. Taylor, repairs 3 12



1,566 78



$1,363 60



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $203 18.



46



LAMPS.



Balance undrawn February ], 1860 2,823 88

Appropriation, April, 1860 1,000 00

Received for damage to lamps 1 7 00

APPROPRIATION 11,000 00



EXPENDITURES.

To Roxbury Gas Light, Co., ^as 5,396 21

" " " lighting 2,422 50

" " " repairing

Thomas Simmons, fluid

Daniel T. Pond, lighting .

David Howe, " • • • •

Joseph Parker, "

James Hanson, "

Henry L. Ford, "

Nathan Stone, Jr., glazing

Thomas S. Hodge, "

Ivory Skillin, "

Granville W.Wilson, "

Uriah T. Brownell, "

John Dove, lighting and glazing

Robert W. Molineux, repairs

Calvin Bird & Co., "

Fillebrown & Holbrook, "

Michael Wrin, "

John W. Lord, lanterns

Fulton Iron Foundry, posts

E. L. Lunt, painting

Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work

Simeon Stubbs, "

William P. Sargent, labor

Swain & Craft, matches, &c

John Backup, stationery

Norfolk County Journal, printing

William N. Felton, measuring fluid

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, S3,462 10.



STATE TAX.

APPROPRIATION 3,953 50

Received from the Town of West Roxbury its

proportion 1,554 00



$14,840 88



562


67


795


44


238


97


241


70


176


98


134


93


95


25.


76


19


61


50


57


35


1


87




58


14


62


1


00


13


38


6


47


11


13


359


87


500


00


108


37


5


00


7


75


10


00


3


80


9


00


16


25


50


00




— Sll,378 78



,507 50



EXPENDITURES.

To Moses Tenney, Jr., Treasurer of the Com-
monwealth $5,507 50

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



47



COUNTY TAX.

APPROPRIATION 16,056 00

Received from Town of West Roxbury its propor-
tion .' 6,311 12

$22,367 12

EXPENDITURES.

To C. C. Churchilll, Treasurer of the County of

Norfolk $22,367 12

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



MILITARY SERVICES.

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1860-61 $405 00

EXPENDITURES.

To Roxbury City Guard $405 00

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



DISCOUNT ON TAXES.

APPROPRIATION 6,500 00

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1860-61 347 68

$6,847 68

EXPENDITURES.
To Discount on Taxes paid prior to Oct. 1, 1860, $6,847 6S

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



ABATEMENT OF TAXES.

APPROPRIATION $2,500 00

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1860-61 96 88

. $2,596 88

EXPENDITURE.

To Abatement allowed by Assessors $2,596 88

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, nothing.



48



CITY DEBT AND INTEREST.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1861 • 842 98

From sales of Munroe Land 830 51

" " Stony Brook Land 2,075 75

" " Brook Farm 89180

" John C. Seaver, Land Zeigler Street 148 50

" C. C. Churchill, Interest • • 80 00

APPROPRIATION .' 40,000 00

LOAN authorized • • • 65,012 04



$109,881 58



EXPENDITURES.

To Institution for Savings, Roxbury, principal

and interest 53,713 50

City Treasurer, or order, principal and interest 8,630 00

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, interest- • ■ • 9,440 00

James Parker (Trustee) " 9,080 00

Revere Bank, " 7,195 71

Mary Jones, " 2,240 00

Sarah Jones, " ... - 2,240 00

Commissioners Forest Hills Cemetery, interest 1,082 25

Abigail Seaver, interest 462 00

George Seaver, *' 132 00

George W. Seaver, " 66 00

Samuel Kendall, " 290 00

Rockland Bank, " 866 33

Elijah Lewis heirs, " 240 00

Charles M. Ellis, " ' 720 00

Elizabeth D. Brigham, " 120 00

David A. Simmons heirs, interest 660 00

Joseph W. Dudley, " 60 00

Catherine Crane, " 60 00

Charles Humphrey, " 120 00

Nelson Curtis, " 60 00

Boston Provident Institution, interest 540 00

Trustees Comins School Fund " 30 00

Jeremiah H. AVilkins, " 60 00

Suffolk Savings Bank, " 1,105 00

Interest on Park Loan, " 1,325 00

Stephen Brown & Son, " 67 50

David W. Williams, thirty-first payment on

Alms-house land - • 150 00



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $9,126 29,



$100,755 29



SALARIES OF CITY OFFICERS

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 1,337 50

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation,

1859-60 100 00

APPROPRIATION 7,525 00



,962 50



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EXPENDITURES.

To Theodore Otis, Mayor

" Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk

" Franklin AVilliams, Clerk of Common Council
" Joseph W. Dudley, Treasurer and Collector- •

" William Gaston, City Solicitor

" William N. Felton, City Messenger

" Ariel I. Cummings, City Physician

" Joseph H. Streeter, "

" Laban S. Beecher, Assessor

" Joshua Seaver, Assessor and Clerk

" William Rumrill, Assessor

" Simeon Litchfield, Assistant Assessor

" William Seaver, "

" Sylvester L. Ward, "

" Daniel W. Glidden, "

" William Barton, "



Balance undrawn February 1, 1861, $1,552 08.



1,500


00


1,200


00


200


00


1,700


00


800


00


568


75


50


00


141


67


350


00


450


00


350


00


20


00


20


00


20


00


20


00


20


00



,410 42



GENERAL CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MISCEL-
LANEOUS CLAIMS.

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860 932 53

APPROPRIATION 6,000 00

Sundry transfers 1,720 19

Overplus in casting taxes 2,841 00

Received of George B. Davis, rent 200 00

" Mercy Newell, " 25 00

" Sophia Holman, " 115 00

" William Whitney, " 47 09


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