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TABLE No. 5.-Cash contracts for improvements and current expenses, fc.-Continued.

Date.

Name.

Description and locality of work.

Cost.

Remarks.

June 19, 1876 31

D. A. Connolly............

$4,000 00

Complete the work of setting of curbs, laying brick foot walks and

cobble-stone gutters at the corners of Mass. av. and N. Capitol st., and Mass. av. and 3d st. e., and gravel the roadway of said Mass. av., bet. N. J. av. and 1st st., o.

11, 179 36

Completed. Extinguishes all claims under

former contract No. 943 of board of public
works and extensions, except payment of
balance due on March 22, 1876, date of can-
celation of contract, pursuant to joint reso-

lution approved March 14, 1876.
Completed. Extinguishes all claims under

former contract No. 1050 of board of public
works and extensions, for the improvement
of Grant avenue, except payınent of balance
due March 22, 1876, date of cancellation of
contract pursuant to joint resolution ap-

proved March 14, 1876.
Nearly completed) $2,127 still due contractor

of this amount.
Completed.
Completed. Expired Nov. 1, 1876. Charged

to current expenses.
Completed.

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June 29, 1876 32 Thomas Kirby........... Grading, setting curbs, laying cobble-stone gutters, brick foot.

walks,and graveling the carriage-way on Fst., bet. Mass and N.J.
aves. All suitable old material to be relaid. Also, grading, set.
ting curbs, laying cobble-stone gutters, brick foot walks, and
graveling the carriage-way, on 2d st. e., bet. Mass. avo. and G st.
n. All suitable old material to be relaid. Also, complete the

macadamiziug of Boundary st., bet. S st. and Mass. av., n. w.
June 23, 1876 | 33 Jobn Lyons.....

Cleaning Tiber sewer. bet. Pa. av. and James Creek Canal, by re

moving the sand, gravel, and other matter deposited therein.
July 13, 1876 34 Peter McNamara.

Grade F st. n., bet. 2d st. e. and Mass, ave.....
July 11, 1876 Fred. P. W right ... Sprinkling 45 st., bet. Mo. ave. and the Arsenal gate, 8. w ...........
July 26, 1876 36 E. E. Barnes ....

Grading, setting curbs, laying brick foot walks and blue-rock pave-
ment on the carriage-way, gutter, and cross-flagging, and lower-
ing water-main and water-services, on 3d st., bet. M and N sts.,

s. e.
Peter McNamara ...

Grading and paving with cobble-stone alley in square No. 727 .....
Sept. 25, 1876 38 Francis H. Smith and Hen. For repairing heating-apparatus of the Jefferson school-building...

ry Berge. Oct. 16, 1876 39 Murdock, w.c ........... Pointiny.up sca-walls of James Creek Canal, bet. I and N sts. 8....

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200 00 Completed.
1,500 00 Completed. Current expenses.
1,025 00 Completed. Cost deducted from the final

measurement of contract No. 853 of the
board of public works and extension of

Sept. 16, 1875.
1,425 00 Completed.
5, 275 20 Completed. To be paid for from proceeds of

sale of stalls, cash and notes; no other claim
upon the District.

Nov. 28, 1876 40 Murdock, W.C... Rebuilding section of sea-wall of James Creek Canal at the mouth

of Tiber arch.
Sept. 17, 1876 41 James G. Naylor...... Erecting stalls and fixtures in the Western market-house....
Sept. 17, 1876 42 Thomas Lewis ........ Completing the improvements outside of and on the grounds of

the Western market-bouse, and repave the footwalks on K st.,

Grading, getting curbs, and Jay brick footwalk on front of Western

market-house, on K and 21st sts., n. w., and lay brick-on-edge pavement in the alloy-way from the street to the building-line

on K st., n. w. 43 A. R. Shepherd and Frank Furnishing and putting up the necessary gas-fixtures to light the Jones.

inside of the Western market-house. Noy. 23, 1876 44 William E. Spaulding and Painting the inside of the Western market-house.....

bet. 19th and 20th ste., D. W. Extension ......

i George W. Bonnell,

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Completiog Western market. house, corner of 21st and Kats., n. w. 44. 250 241 Completed. Done under the direction of the James G. Naylor..

Commissioners of the District of Columbia. Cancel all claims under contract No. 486, of board of public works, including balance due on March 22, 1876, the date of cancellation of contract pursuant to joint resolution ap

proved March 14, 1876.
J.J. Shipman

To complete the work of closing the break in the Tiber sewer at 4,369 35 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners
Va ave., 8. W.

of the District of Columbia, June 30, 1876.
A. M. Maynard ... To rebuild a portion of the sea-wall of James Creek Canal, thrown

Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners
down or shattered.

of the District of Columbia, July 6, 1876;
charged to contract No. 853, of board of public

works, and extension of September 16, 1876.
Thomas Joyco..

To relay brick foot-walk on Q st., bet. N. J. ave. and 6th st., n. w. ; 100 00 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners 6th st., bet. P and Qsts., n. w.; and P st., bet. 6th and 7th sts., n.

of the District of Columbia, September 11, w., over sewer recently laid.

1876. William Hussey .......... To fill South Capitol street at the intersection of Va, ave., . w., 1,030 16 Completed. Anthorized by the Commissioners and adjacent, to protect Tiber arch.

of the District of Columbia, October 7, 1876.
Thomas Joyce

To complete the parking of the reservation at the intersection of 350 00 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners
N. J. ave, and I st., n. w.

of the District of Columbia, April 27, 1876.
J. G. Stafford.....
Filling Delaware avenue.....

1,083 23 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners. Bradley, Scharf & Co..... Repairing concrete pavements...

85 50 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners

November 25, 1874.
Page & Fletcher....... Poulticing wood pavement on Pa. ave., bet. 3d and 4 sts., n. w...... 696 29 Completed. Authorized by the Commissioners

October 20, 1874.
Riley & Clark .......... Grading alley, square No. —......

1, 614 59 Completed. 'Authorized by the Commissioners

July 9, 1875,
W.C. Murdock.
Repairing concrete pavements ........

6,504 67 Completed.
Total..

*377, 931 28

VIII.-APPENDIX No. 12.-STATEMENT OF REDUCTION OF

EXPENSES.

Comparative statement of force under direction of engineer of District of

Columbia, which replaces corresponding organization of the board of pub. lic works, showing the reduction of expenses.

RECAPITULATION.

The employés under the direction of the engineer of the District of Columbia perform the duties of, and correspond to, the following offices of the board of public works, of which the cost is given for the month of June, 1874, being the organization which has been replaced by the present one: Vice-president's.......................................................

$3,212 68 Inspector .............................................................

1,242 33 Engineer's............................................................

4,532 98 Engineers, superintendent's branch ......

6,397 33 Superintendent of sewers..............................................

454 88 Contract office .....................................

825 0 Inspector of buildings...................................

125 00 Superintendent of streets..................................

527 33 Superintendent of roads .....................................

363 33 Superintendent of gas-lamps..................................

216 66 Watchmen ..........................................................

400 00 Superintendent of properties.......

1, 478 68 Total...

19,776 13 Expenses for engineer's employés, (average force 1874-75)........

6,702 0 Diminution of expenses per month.... ....

13,073 3 Diminution of expensos per annum........

.. 156, 850 Diminution for the month of November, 1876. (See daily report of this date).......................

4,338 67

Diminution of expenses per annum, (basis of present force)........

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Statement of the organization of the board of public works, June 20, 1874.

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Statement of the organization of the board of public works, &c.—Continued.

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Statement of employés under the direction of the engineer of the District of Columbia, Janu

ary 31, 1876, being about the average working-force throughout the year.

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