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BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




IIOL'SE . . 



. . . Xo. 53. 



THIRD MNUAL REPORT 



G^j-T-C-o 



BOARD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTON, 



DECEMBKR, IS87. 



BOSTON : 

WTtlGHT 4 POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 

1888 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



BOAED OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



DECEMBER, 1887. 



BOSTON : 

WRIGUT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Square. 

1888. 



REPORT. 



IlEAllQVAKTEbS OF THE PoLICK UePAHI MDrT. 

OmCE OF THE BOAKII OF IVlLSCI, 

7 Pemhebtox Sqi'ake, Bo»^w«, Dec 1, 1SS7. 
To nu ExccUcuoj Oliver Ames, Governor. 

Von: ExcKLLEXCV : — Tlic Hoard of Polioe for the city 
of I'xoton, in coinpIlMnce with the provi.-ions t:^ chapter 323 
of the Acts of I880, has tlic Iionor to submit the following 
report of tlic work of the police dcpartnioul for the jear 
endinir Nov. 30, 1S87 : — 



The DEl'AltT.MEXT. 

Ojficers. 

The police department as at present constituted is com- 
posed of — 



Boanl of Police, 

("lirk of the Board 

SuiKTintfiulcnt of Police, 

IVpiity Stipcrintendent of Police 

Chiff Inspector, 

Ir»S|>cctor3 10 

In>j»cctor of Intelligence Offices, 

Inspector of C.irriages, 

In?iK>ofor of Wagons, 

In»|>ector of Pawnbrokers, . 

ln.-:i)cctor of Claims, 

Clerk to Superintendent of Police, 

As-iitant Inspector of Carriage and 'Wagon Lieensef. 

A.«>ist:int Inspector of Pawnbrokers, 

Property Clerk 

Captains 16 

Lieutenants, ......... 34 

Sergeants, 53 

Patrolmen, &19 

Reserve Oflieers, 30 



4 Tllllil) ANNUAL KKPORT. 

IIouso ^V:lt(■hIlll•Il, ........ 10 

Assi.'^laiit Kecjicrs City Prison, 2 

Steward City rrison, 1 

Matrons City I'insoii ami .Station HousL'S, .... 

Kn;;inoi:r, I 

KiiciiKMi, .......... 3 

Tlio (listiilitilioii of the force is .shown by T:il)lc I. On 
Novoiiihcr /{() there wore tiiirtccii vacaneics ; viz., one iicii- 
tenaiit, two .■^erireaiils :iii<l ton patrohiicn. Dming the year 
forty-'^ix ollicci's Mere appointed (iiichidinn: tliirty Ucserve 
men), nine di.-^t-Iiarged, one rc.-^igned, seven retired on pension 
and Hve died, (r^ee Tabie.s II. and III.) 

DtiriiifT tlic year Lieut, (icorge Enier.son of Divi.sion 11, 
Lieut. Charles .S. Ilildrctii of Division 12, and Lieut. Giis- 
(.•ivus A. Smith of Division 14, were retired on pensions. 
.Sergts. George A. A\'yman, "William IL Pierce and John 'I'. 
O'Lalor were promoted to (he rank of lieutenant to lill the 
vacancies, their respective .standing on the Ci\il Service list 
l)eing !)0 ])er cent., .S^^ per cent. :ind 82^ per cent., in class 
A. Scrijeant Daniel F. Geary was dischar!red from the 
dei)ai-tmcnt June 2<s, l.s,s7. 

Patrolmen John (J. Eichorn, Thomas C. Evans, Fred- 
erick G. Ilollhian, Daniel A. Pitter and Irving A. II. Pea- 
l)ody were jiromofcd to the raidc of .sergeant, their respective 
standing being 942 per cent., !14| per cent., 02^ per cent., 
8.')i per cent, and .'<4 \)ov cent., in class A. 

^[r. Daniel J. .Sweeney, assistant keeper of the City 
Prison, resigned .Sept. 1, 1887, and Patrolman Albeit S. 
Huswell \\as appointed to (ill the vacancy. 

In compliance with cliajjter 2.34, Acts of 1887, requiring 
the ap])ointment of matrons at station-houses, the following 
pel-sons were appointed : Mrs. Angelina Xute, Division 7 ; 
Mrs. Mary A. Lloyd, Division ; .Mrs. :\Iary K. Roach, 
Divlson 12 ;* Miss Lizzie C. Hurley, Division 13 ; ^Irs. ^lary 
A. Dale, Division 14; Mrs. Elizabeth Holm, Division 15. 
The Board has up to the present time been unable to find 
suitable persons to •'ci-\c in Divisions 10 and 11. 

The average mimber of men absent from duty on account 
of sickness wxs twenty per day, or 2.53 per cent, of the 

• Since resitjiied. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 5 

force. (Sec Tal)lc IV.) Tlii.- loss was met hy the appoint- 
ment ot" Kcscnc men, under tlic provisions of chapter 177 
of the Ais:s of l.s,s7, which Wiis passed upon the recommen- 
dation i>«" ihe r.oanl contained in its last report. In con- 
formity Willi the terms of the act the Hoard apjdied for and 
receivctl authority to appoint one hundred l{eser\e men, Iml, 
in view of the fact that the otahlishment of such a force 
was an smtried experiment, it was thouirht prudent to 
appoint only thii-ty of the authorized numl>er. G'eat care 
was oxerv-3sod in the selection of these men. Ir addition to 
(ho usual examination J>y the City Physiciai- (which in this 
case was made stricter than ever »)cfoi-c), uiid the usual Civil 
Service examination, the candidates wc-e required to undergo 
ail examiiMtion at the <rymna.«ium, by which their pFiysical 
<|UalificaJi,>iis were put to a severe ti'tt. The i^ay was fixed 
at $2.l1<> fcr each tour of duty, and each oflicer was allowed 
to reta<n liis witness (ecf. 

It was 5njpi)osed that the men would he employed only 
part of ibo time, I)nt means have heen found to keep them 
almost constantly at work, an<l their senices have Ijcen of 
;:reat vahae to the department. The men were appointed 
.\ugust l.>jh. Tal)le V. gjvos their names, aires, etc. 

l)urii«r the year ninety-four comjilaints were made airainst 
ollicers, wljiih were invest iiratcd l.y the Hoard. The nature 
of compbjnts and disposition of cases is shown in Tahic VI. 
One Mj.t.-iin, two sergeants and thirteen patrolmen were 
commem^d in General Orders for meritorious services 
(SecTalJo VII.) 

The Iknard rccorainends that clnptcr .S^a, Act^ of 1884, 
entitled - An Act to improve the Civil Service of the Com- 
monwenhh and the cities therw.f," l,o amended hy striking 
out all tbo words in section 4 after the semicolon, to witT 
" And if amy person holding such an apiwintment or in any 
such emf*.ymcnt shall be convicted of the violation of any 
stuli law be shall be immediately discharged from such ap- 
pointment or employment." Tl.is proviMon is a constant 
menace to j3.c police force and h:i.s a tendency to materially 
allect its efficiency. 

The i«r of certain officers was niised during the vear to 
the followinir nites : 



6 THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 

Supcrintendcnf, f:l,.">00 

Deputy SiipcrintciuK'iit, 2,sW 

Cliiof Inspector :.'.5(H) 

Iiispoclors, l/iCK) 

Clerk to Suporintoiulwit, . . . . . . 2.(HH) ■ 

lYopoity Clerk ' . . . . l.SdO 

Lieutenants, l.OW 

Sergeants, 1,-100 

ratrohncn S1,(X»0, l,10(>anil 1,:.'0<J 

Horse.''. 

On the firct of Dcrcml)er, 1-"S.SG, there were twcut^'-four 
horses in the .sei ice. During tlic yc:tr two were cxeh:ingcd 
and one was purchased. At the present time tlicrc are 
twenty-five in service, as shown hy Table ATII. 

TIic result of hiring horses for mounted service in the 
sul)url)an parts of the city [iroved so satisfactory in ISSH, 
that the arrangement was continued last summer. Ten 
liOJ-ses were hired June 11 and retained until October 15, 
at an expense of $!i;i;t.O(l. That this method of atfoi-ding 
additional protection to property is of great value is at- 
tested by the fact that complaints of depredations on 
orchards and gardens were nuich less than in former ye.-irs. 

"\Voi;k ok tiik Depaktmext. 
A)rp.-<(f<. 

The total numl>er of [persons arrested was 30, (581, against 
2><,.t10 the preceding year, l)eing an increase of 2,171. 
The percentage of increase and decrease was as follows : — 

I'cr c«nt 

Offences against the person, Increase .S 

Offences against property, committed with violence. . OeeiX'nso 15 

Offences against property, c<immitted without violence, " 1| 

Malicious offences against propi'rty Increase 2,3.17 

Forgery and offences against the currency, . . . Decrease 25 

Offences against the license laws, " 44 

Offences against chastitj', monility, etc., . . . Increase | i 

Offences not included in the foregoing, ..." 10 1 

Five thousand eight hundred and eighty-five persons were 
arrested on warrants and 24, 7i(() without warnmts ; 27,719 
lx;i-sons were held for trial, tind 2,9(>2 were discharged on 
examination. The numl)er of males arrested was 2.5,741 ; 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



of females, 4,940; of forci^er*, l.'f,171, or approximate!}- 
50 per cent. ; of minor?, 4,3(XS. Of the total numlwr 
arrested, 9,586, or 31 J per cent., wore non-residents. (See 
Tables IX. and X.) 

Tlic nativity of prisoner* was as follows: — 



Unitc-d States, 

Britbh l*ro»inces 

Ireland, 

England, 

France, 

Germanv, 

Italy. . ■ 

Portugal, 

Sweden, 

Scotland, 

Spain, 

Switzerland, 

Finland, 

Hungarj', 

Greece, 



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9,4+1 

1,413 

112 

417 

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26 


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Belgium, . 


21 


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120 


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4 


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17 


CTtina, 


47 


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21 


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11 


Poland, 


30 


Xonvay, 


94 


Afrk-a, 


4 


Tnrkey, . 


1 


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arrests for principal ollcnces was as follows : — 



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BOARD OF POLICE. 



11 



Bcginninjr with ISSO, the iiuraT>er of arrests increased an- 
niialh- until 1.SS5, excepting in 18)<3. In 1881 there were 
.3,070 more aiTcsts than in 1880; in 1?182, 2,25fi more than 
in 1881 ; in 18s:i, 100 less than in 18M2; in 1884, 523 more 
than in iss.i ; in 18.S5, i.2(;8 Ics-s tlian in 1884 ; in 1886, 
412 Icsstlum in 188."» ; in 1887. 2,171 more than in 188G. 
Dnring this i>criod the population steadily increased, hut 
tlic percentage of arrests continually decreased. The av- 
erage population was 382,87.0 ; avera^^e number of aiTCsts, 
29,2t);t ; nunil)er of arrests in the po-st year, 30,G81, or 
1,412 alKive the average. (See Table XI.) 

Tahle XII. gives the age and t^x of jtersons anested. It 
will he noticed that of the total nuni!»er anested, 18,384, or 
tiO per cent., were between the ages of 20 and 40. 



IMiKceUancouK BtntinfMc. 

.Accidents reported, 1,472 

ISiiildinnfs fonnil open and made secure, .... 3,401 

Casc3 investifratcd, 8,754 

Dangerous building rc[)orted, 31 

I)an;;crou? chininevs rci)orte«l, 37 

Dead Ixidjes care<l for, 1C9 

Defective cesspools reported, 181 

Defective drains reported, 66 

Defective fire alarms reported, 2 

Defective gas pipes reported, 21 

Defective hydrants reported, 133 

Defective lamps reported, 2,611 

Defective jewers reported, 4 

Defective Mrocts and walks reported 13,614 

Defective water pipes reported 47 

Dlsturbanc-es suppressed, 2,062 

Extra duties performed, 24,089 

Fire alarms given, ,^48 

Fires extinguished, 429 

Intoxicated persons assisted, 148 

Lost children found, 1,.572 

Insane persons taken in charge 269 

MLssing persons reported, 228 

Missing persons foond, 151 

Lodgers al st.-\tion houses, 3,411 

Persons rescne<l from drowning, 7 

Sick and injured persons assisted, 1,673 

Stray teams found, 311 

Street obstnictions removed, 51.302 





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12 TIIIHD ANNUAL KEPORT. 

Wafer running to waste rP|K)rtcd, 

Witnesses delainocl, ....... 

Value of property taken from prisoners antl lodgers, . 

Value of property reported stolen in the eity. 

Value of property roeovercd, ...... 

.Vniount of tines imposed by courts, .... 

'rot;il years of imprisonment, 

Total days of attendanee in eonrt by olTicers, 

Total aiuoimt of witness fees earned, .... 

There was a dccrcjusc of about one per cent, from last 
year in the numl)cr of in.'jane per.sons taken in charge ; of 
twenty-two per cent, in tlie nunihcr of witnesses detained ; 
of twenty per cent, in the nnniher of sick and injured per- 
sons assisted ; and of a little los.s than one per cent, in the 
nnml)cr of lost children «ircd for. 

Tiie iivcrage amount of stolen property reported .since 
ISSO was .$'.)!», 821. ;;(i; in 1887 it was $77, 22."). 00, or 
$22,.')0'J.3() less than the average. In tiic .<amc j)eriod the 
average amount of i)ropcrty stolen in and out of the city, 
which was recovered hy the Boston [lolice, was $ll!),lll.O'J ; 
the amount recovered in 18.H7 was $111,.3,0}.')(>, or 
$7,7(;0.10 less than the average. In considering these 
figures, however, it should he hornc in mind that the value 
of property lost is estimated not li}' the police hut I)y the 
losers, who never underestimate their losses ; aijd that 
in many instances jiroperty reported as stolen turns out 
to be only mislaid, and the recovery is rarely reijortcd 
to the police. The actuid loss is, therefore, proI)al)ly nuich 
le.ss than what is stated above. 

The department made .'SHS raids on uamblinit-houscs and 
seized [)roperty to the amount of $(),337.7o. 

The average amount of tines imposed hy the courts was 
$70,31;!). on ; in 1887 the amount was $126,893.78, or 
$.")0,.524.72 more than the average. The average number of 
days attendance in couit was 21,047; in 1887 there were 
27,128, or (),081 more than the average. The average 
amount of witness fees earned was $20.(568.32; in 1887 the 
amount was $20,173.11), or $.5, ^jOI. 84 more than the average. 
Tal)lc XI. gives these figures in detail. 

The lunnhcr of days attendance in court increases annually 
and is a severe ta.\ upon the police attached to divisions in 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 13 

the city projwr. An officer who makes an nnc.-st on the 
" l:i;;t Iialf," — that is, from 1 to 8 o'clock a. m., — is obliged 
to attend the Central Municipal Court at 'J o'clock, and 
is liable to l»c detained there until noon, lie is deprived 
of necessary rest and is nuinifestly in poor condition to go 
on diit}- at tl o'clock. If provision were to ho made for a 
Justice to sit in each of the down-town stations, to hear and 
dispose of carcs as the}' arc brought in, or as soon as the 
parties were fit to l>e tried, it would be a gn'at relief to the 
force. It is also worth considcrini; whether sucli an an-an^e- 
mcnt woulil not Ik; just, as well as humane, to tlic arrested 
persons. .V large proportion of the arrests are for trivial 
oll'ences, mosl of which could bo .summarily disposed of. 
But if the arre>t is made in tlic afternoon, the person must 
be held in tlic elation-house or city prison until 'J o'clock 
the Ibilowing morning, unless bailed ; or, :is the court does 
not sit on San<Liy:* or holidays, if the arre.-<t is made on 
Satmday afternoon, he is held until the following Monday, 
and if the holiday falls on Monday, until the following Tues- 
day. It certainly .«ociu.s a great haiilship for a person to be 
deprived of liis lificrty for forty-eight or even twent3-four 
hours, his family, f»crluips, subjected to great anxiety, and, it 
may be, his situation lost, when the ends of justice could be 
as well subserved by the immediate disposed of liis case. 

The I'olic-e Department needs the assistance of a legal 
representative in the lower courts, to pre|>aro cases, and, if 
necessary, to pro«;cute them. The burden of this now falls 
on the odicers, who are not trained to the law and cannot 
be expected to cope with those who are. As the Coriiora- 
tion counsel has decided that the Board of Police is not 
authorized to emjdo^' counsel, provision shoidd be made for 
the ap|)()intment of a Public Prosecutor, or for giving the 
Board authority to retain counsel in cases where legal assist- 
ance is requirpd. 

Inrpedorn' Dejmrlment, 

The statistics of the work of this branch of the ser\-ice 
are included in the statements of the gcnend work of the 
department, brnt, a* the duties arc of a sjwcial character, 
the following statement will be of interest: — 



U THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 

Number of persons arrested, principally for felonies, . . 371 
Fugitives from justice from other States arrestetl and deliv- 
ered to oflicers from those Stiites 12 

Kumljpr of cases investijfated, 1,887 

Xumljcr of days spent in court by officers, .... 1,104 

Amount of fees earned by olUeers, §1,098 32 

Amount of stolen property recovered, 58,234 29 

Amount of lines imposed bj' court, 92J 25 

Number of years imprisonment imposed by court, . . 212,*j 

Xumber of photographs added to the " Rogues' Gallery," . 131 

Tlie "Rogues' Galler}- " now contains 2,010 pliotograplis. 
The records of 5o5 criminals have I)een added to tlie 
" Criminal Record," kept in this department, wliicli now 
contains the records of i;?,917 criminals. The department 
has issued the prison reports of (US discharged convicts, 
containing the full records, descriptions, distinguishing 
marks, etc., of 340 convicts who were discharged during 
the j-ear and whose records were considered of suflicient 
importance to preserve. Other police departments were 
furnished with 240 copies of these reports. 

Medical Ji!x(iminers' Assi;<tcait. 
Tlie officer detailed to assist the Medical Examiners of 
SutFolk County performed the following service : — 

Cases investigated within city limits, 247 

Cases investigated outside city limits, 48 

Total 235 

Deaths reported, males, 385 ; females, 92 ; total, 477. 



Causes of Death. 



Aci-idcnt, . . . .180 
Homicide, .... 7 
.\bortion, .... 4 

Infanticide 3 

Suicide, 41 

Drowning, .... 5.5 
Akf>Iu)lism, ' . . . .24 

Number of bodies unidentified, males, IG ; females, 1 ; tof.al, 17. 



Overdose of ])oison. 
Sunstroke, 
Still-bom, 
Natural causes. 

Total, . 



2 

20 

26 

106 

477 



The accidents include 9ti deaths by niilroad accidents, 69 
of which occurred within city limits, and 27 outside of city, 
hut were brought to our hospit;ds, where death residted. 

Number of inquests .attended, 102 

Kumbcr of witnesses summoned, 869 



BOARD OF rOLICE. 



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In^p^orof Claims. 

The work of tlio Iikip«.-tor detailed to assist the Com- 
mittee on Claims and the I^w Department, in investigating 
claims against the city, was a.s follows : — 

Number of cases inverdiaiwl, 326 

witnesses inDrrriewed, 1,759 

dajs in conrc, 52 

days in attemlanse on committee, ... 51 
notices served, 9 

Jfjrfx/r Service, 
The special duties performed by the ofEcers of Division 8, 
comprising the harbor and Ulands tlicrcin, were as fol- 
lows : — 

Value of propcrtr, consistfwg of float-stages, rigging, boats, 

etc., recovcre<l, $G,575 15 

Xumber of vessels boarded, frr/tn foreign jrorts, . . . 915 
Number of vessels ordered from the ckauiiel to the proper 

anchorage, 2,083 

Number of vessels moved from tfaajmel with steamer, . . 49 

Alarms of fire attended on »ater front, 114 

Boats ehallengeil, 1,823 

Sick and injured persons zsastfiA, 2S 

Cases investigated, 441 

Dead bodies recovered, . 19 

Rescued from drtuvning 5 

Vessels ordered to cockbill yanb, 7fi 

Vessels ordered to quarantine, I 

The following arrivab were reported : — 

Number of an-ivals from foreign ports during the year: 

Steamers, 567 

Ships 23 

Barks 129 

Brigs 72 

Schooners, 137 

Number of arrivals from dotnestic ports, vessels of all kinds, 8,705 

From the British Provinces, 1,438 

Total, foreign and domestie ports 11,071 

The Board renews t&e recommendation that the captain 
of this division should receive the appointment as harbor- 
master from the Board of Police. 



16 TIIIKD ANNUAL KEPORT. 

Licenses. 

The total number of licenses of all kinds, except for the 
sale of intoxicating liquor, issued was 17,520 ; transferred, 
56; cancelled, 1,IS9. The officers investigated 1,524 com- 
plaints arising under these licenses. The fees collected and 
jiaid into the city trcasur}- amounted to $34,556.50. (See 
Table XIII.) The department reported to the Board of 
Health on 365 applications for fruit, fish and vegetable 
pedlcrs' and grease collectors' permits. 

Ambulance Service. 
The three department ambulances are stationed in Divi- 
sions 1, 4 and 7. Aml)ulance Xo. 1 made 335 runs and 
conveyed 262 persons to the hospitals, 39 home and 7 to 
other ])l.^ces. Ambulance Xo. 2 made 485 nins and con- 
veyed 42.'> i>ersons to the hospitals, 37 home and 25 to other 
places. Ambulance Xo. 3 made 63 runs and conveyed 41 
persons to the hospitals, 18 home and 4 to other places. 
(Sec Table XIV.) 

Soiqi for the Poor. 

By request of the cit\' council the department undertook 
the prcp.'imtion and issuance of soup to the poor of the city. 
The time of distribution was from January 14 to April 8, 
inclusive, a period of eighty-five days. 

Gallons made 12^78 

Families supplied, ....... 15,115 

Meals lumislied, 70,787 

Total appropriation, §2,500 00 

Amoimt expended, 2,328 64 

Balance unexpended, §171 36 

Averagie cost per gallon, 18^ cents. 

Average cost per meal, 3J cents. 

Sale of Lvtoxicatixg Liquou. 
The total numl)er of places licensed for the sjile of intoxi- 
cating liquor in the license year 1887 was 1,971 ; licenses 
cancelled, 9 ; licenses surrendered, 3 ; licenses forfeited 30. 
(See Table XV.) Totd number Xov. 30, 1,929, or one to 
every 207 of the population, and 130 less than in 1886. Of 



BOARD OF POLICE. 17 

these 1,287 are liccn.scd to sell to l>c drank on the premises, 
or one to every 311 of the population. 

Number of ooraplaints for violation of i-onditiou* ot Harenses made 

to Board of I'oliio 133 

Xuinber of litarin^-s ;:ivfn, 133 

Xumber of lirt-ust'S forft'iteJ 62 

Xuniber of complaints for violation of coatlhioitujf hceascs made 

in court, 63 

Arrests for wiling uitliout a licence, 327 

Seizures made. 717 

Amount of liijuors scizccl (jfallons), 3,817 

Xumber of ajfpljcutions for licences njttlf<L .... 701 

The following shows the nature of the (nomphiints upon 
whicli licen-<?s were forfeited l>y tFie IV/anI of Police from 
Dec. 1, isf<t>, to Nov. 30, ls87: — 

Violation of the Sunday law, 13 

Violation of sret^n law, 1 

Opening uiilit^ust-d doors, ........ 7 

Selling to miD'>rs 9 

Selling to I>e «-arried off premise-', not all'iwfd In' li^stse, . . 3 

Selling in room not allowed by license, ...... 11 

Selling betuitu hours of 1 1 o'clock r. M. and C oVWt a. m., . . 2 

Keeping and es}>osing for sale licjuors not aIlou«d br license, . 15 

Selling to an intosieatcd person, 1 

.Ajuount i>ajd into the city treasury for Iiit-n.*e ftie*. , §588,480 00 

Arrests for drunkenness averagc<l ''i jter day during the 
year, or 4^*^ jxjr cent, of the iHyinihitMrn.' There were 
2,9G2 more persons arrested than in 1*<*<(5, an increase of 
18j^5 per cent. ; 40^"^ per cent, of the arre*4*d persons were 
non-resident--, and 55 1 per cent, were of foreign birth. 
Four hundred and twenty-seven IK'r^ion« «r«Te arrested for 
violating the liquor law, of which 7rtj*j per cent, were of 
foreign birth. 

Btii.Di.vt;.'*. 

The station-houses, excepting tliat iu Dirlsion 1, are. 
generally in good condition. The chy t>ouBcil has not yet 
complied with the request for a netr Imlldui^ in Division 1, 
and the department has been comi>flIed to pat np with the 
insufficient accommodations in the present }ioni<«. The rapid 

• ropulatioD estimated nt tUBJUUSL 



18 THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 

jrrowtli of East Boston Ims removed the centre of population 
far from the location of the station-house in Division 7, and 
it would be an advantage to tlic public as well as the police 
to have a building situated in a more central part of the 
division. 

The new Back Baj- station-house has not yet been turned 
over to the depai-tmcnt, but it will prolxibly be ready for 
oixnipancy during the coming ^car, and provision will then 
liave to he made for equipping and manning it. 

In station-house 13 there is need of additional sleeping 
accommodations for the men. and the board of aldennen was 
requested to remove the municipal court from the building 
and assign the coui-t-room for the use of the department, 
the intention being to use it for a guard-room and convert 
the present guard-room into sleeping-rooms. No action has 
been taken on the subject. 

Stables should be built in Divisions 11 and 13, where 
horses belonging to the department are now kept at livery. 

Fl.VAXCIAL. 

The total expenditure for police purposes during the year, 
including liquor license ex}>enscs, was $1,079,2-Vl---- From 
this should bo deducted the amount received for unifonn 
cloth, etc., and paid into the treasury, $8,3G3.08, leaving 
the net cost of maintaining the department, $1,070,878.14. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury from fees 
for licenses over which the police had supervision was 
$G3G,025.50. (See Table XVI.) 

A requisition was made on the city council for the sum 
of $1,124,039.73, to meet the expenses of the department 
for the present financial year. The appropriation made was 
$1,090,000.00. Later in the year the care of flags, ropes, 
etc., was transfened from the department and the unexpended 
balance of the amount appropiiated for tliis purpose, 
$1,390.26, was deducted from the appropriation, leaving ii 
babnce of $1,088,609.74 to the credit of the depai-tment. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 19 

Pkn'sioxs asd Bexeftts. 

On tlio Ist of I)occml)cr, 1886, there were scvcnty-six 
pensioner's on tlio roll. During the jear eight died and 
seven were added, viz., three lieutenants and four patrol- 
men, leaving sevonljr-five on the roll at date, A list of 
pensioners will 1)0 found in Table XVII. 

The pensions now amount to $29,184..>l per annunn. 

Tiic Police C'h:nita1)Ie Fund is maintaineil by witness fees 
earned by ollicers. The income is applied to the relief of 
persons who have received an honorable discharge from the 
police force by reason of sickness, age or other inability, 
and wiio are, in consequence thereof, in necessitous circum- 
stiuiccs ; and also to the relief of the widows and orphans, 
in necessitous circumstances, of officers who died while in 
the service. On May 1, 18S7, the investe<l fund amounted 
to $l(i5,0.'>O; cash in treasury, $942.21 ; income unexpended, 
$;5,015.88. There were forty-five l)eneficiarics receiving 
3'early $8,280. The tnistees consist of the .Mayor, City 
Treasurer and City Auditor. 

The Police Pclicf Association is a volnntary orgjinization 
of the incml>crs of the force, for the purpose of aiding sick 
members and paying a death benefit to the family of a 
deceased member. Its fund is supported by an annual 
assessment of $10 on each member, and by the proceeds of 
the annual jwlice ball, together with such donations ag may 
Ihj received from the public. Each member is entitled to $7 
per week when sick. On the death of a member liis family 
receives $1,000, and on the death of a member's wife he re- 
ceives $100. The invested fiind nowamoantsto $22,810.97. 
The payments for the year amounted to $10,491.06. The 
association is managed b\' a board of directors, chosen by 
the association at its annual meeting. The by-laws are 
subject to the approval of the Board of Police. 

Police Sigxal Ststev. 
By chnpter 325 of the Acts of 1887 the Board was author- 
ized to provide a police signal system for the city of Boston, 
and for that puqwsc to expend $75,000 from tlic receipts for 
liquor licenses. Soon after the passage of the act the 



20 THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 

Gamcwcll Police Signal Company askcfl tlic privilciro of 
exhibiting its SA'stcni and was autliorizcd to place it in Divi- 
sion 4 on trial for thirty da3-s. There was considerable 
delay in putting the system in, and it did not get into work- 
injr order until November 18. 

Pending the result of this trial the Board did not take 
final action upon the introduction of any s^-stcm into the 
city. In the meantime buildings were hired in Divisions 4 
and f) and fitted up for stalilcs and ■\vagon-houscs, and the 
building of the lines was begun in Division 5. The Game- 
well system did not work satisfactorily while on trial, but 
the company claims that it can be made to give better re- 
sults. As the wagon-house in Division 5 was completed and 
equipped, and the building of the lines had progressed so 
far that it became necessary to decide upon a system for that 
division at once, in order that the work might be carried 
on systematically and without expensive delay, the Board 
decided upon adopting for that division the Municipal Signal 
Company's .s^'stcm, which has l)ccn in successful oper.i.tion in 
Division for eighteen moiitlis. A contract was therefore 
made with that company for furnishing Division .5 with its 
system, and it is expected to l)e in working order within 
thirty days. During the year the wagon in Division 6 made 
1,831 runs, covering an aggregate distance of l,3o4| miles. 
Eighteen hundred and twenty-five prisoners were conveyed 
to the station-house, seventy-three injured and insane per- 
sons were cai-ried to the station-house, the hospital or their 
homes, and five lost children were taken to the station-house. 
There were 19,621 telephone calls and 18,807 on-duty calls 
sent over the lines. A detailed statement of the work will 
be found in Table XVIII. 

The Board would recommend that provision be made for 
punishing any person who may unlawfully open an alarm 
box or cut a police-alann telegraph wire. 

House of Detention'. 

By chapter 2.34, Acts of 1887, the Board of Police was 

required to establish a house of detention for the reception 

of women who may be arrested in the divisions comjDrising 

the city proper. The act required that the salaries of officers 



BOARD OF POLICE. 21 

of the house of detention should be cstaljli.shcd hv concurrent 
action of the city council and the r>o:ird, so May 9th an 
order was adopted and tnujsmittcd to the city council, estab- 
lishing such salaries. Action was taken thereon October 
19th, and the scIuhIuIo sulnniltcd by the Board was con- 
curred in. After exauiiuing several buildings the Board 
came to the conclusion that an unoccupied schoolhouse 
situatetl on Rnst Strvet would furnish the Ijest accommoda- 
tions at the least ex|HMise to the city, and application was 
made to the city council for a transfer of the building to the 
poIic-edeiKirtmcnt. An order making the transfer passed tiie 
board of aldonncn, but was referred to a committee by the 
common council and the matter is still pending. 

CoNXLUSIO.X. 
The Boarvl of Polii-e desires to express its satisfaction with 
the efficient s<«rvices rendcivd hy the force during the year. 
The men i>ertonned a largo amount of extra duty, and 
responded cheerfully and willingly to every call that was 
made upon them. They have been vigilant in preventing 
crime and detoi-ting criminals. AVIicn tlic extent of temtory 
comprised in the police jurisdiction of Boston, and the large 
amount of pr\>perty, exposed and portable, which is spread 
over its sui-face, a constant temptation to the idle and vicious, 
is taken into considenition ; when the constant growth of the 
city, and the conseijuent increase in the number of criminals, 
with the addotl facilities for evading detection, are thought 
of, it is creditable to the force that the statistics show a de- 
crease, instead of an increase, as might be expected, in many 
of the serious oflTeni-es agjiinst the law. 

IJcsi>ev.tfully submitted, 

A. T. AVIIITIXG, 
WILLIAM IL LEE, 
W. M. OSBORNE, 

Board of Police. 



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Table VI. 
Comphdnls arjainst Officers from Dec. 1, 1SS6, to Dec. J, 1S6'7. 



Xo. 


Kank. 


X.VTUIIE OF COMri,.\I.N-T. 


I)isposIIIoii of Cnsp. 


2 


Capt. 


Conduct unbecoming an oiliccr, 


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1 


" 


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1 


Lieut. 


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orders. 


1 


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2 


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ii 


1 


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1 


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'* *' ... 


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orders. 


1 


" 


" " ... 


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2 


" 


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" " 


1 


tl 


Assault and battery, 


- 


1 


K 


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11 „ 


3 


Patrol. 


Xcglcct of duty, 


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3 




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.. 


1 


t( 


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liouse and abusing inmates, 


K it 


6 


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orders. 


1 


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Disobedience and disrespect 








to superior ofliccr, 


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orders. 


1 


tt 


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Pepriuianded in general 
ordirs. 


1 


'^ 


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inisiion, .... 


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1 


*' 


Assault, 


Reprimanded in general 
orders. 


4 


it 


Neglect of duty, 


Placed on file. 


3 


" 


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.1 .. 


1 


" 


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.: 


2 


(( 


Conduct imbecoraing an oniccr. 


I. 11 


2 


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house and abusing inmates. 


11 n 


3 


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1 


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" 


1 


" 


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3 


4& 


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23 


" 


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4 


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4 


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2 


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1 


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1 


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11 ,. 


4 


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3 




Xon-payment of bills, 
94 complaints. 


Complaint withdrawn. 
Bills paid. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



29 



TxnLK VI r. 

Officers commended in General Orders for meritorious services 
during (he year ending Xor. JO, 1SS7. 



Itnnt 


XA.ME. 


NATTIIE or SEUVICE. 


Talrol. 


Aiii^rin, Orlando, . 


Rescue from n burning building of 
M'oiiian and five children. 


»« 


Atnrood, James A., 


Pronipf and efl'ective work at tlie B. 
iV: 1". K- IJ. disaster, Mar. U, 188/. 


" 


BowIiT. Kilmunil T., 


.Vrrcsl of murderer. 


" 


ll.-2ir. William 11., 


Hesctiin^ drowning person. 


'• 


Co^niii. William II., 


Arrol of burglar. 


** 


FDii-ha, Alfred, 


.\rrol of two burglars without as- 
iii«laih>^ 


" 


nniham, William G., 


.\rre>l of burglar. 


Sfr^t. 


Libbr, William 0., 


.Vrrrsl of i>crson for assault with a 






knife. 


I'iitrol. 


I.oarr. Jeremiah J., 


Arrc■^^ of two burglars. 


" 


Mullen. Micliael K.. . 


AiTfst of person for assault with a 
knife. 


" 


MaT, Benjamin, 


Pronipt and cfTective work at the B. 






& 1'. K- K. dis.aster, Mar. U, 1887. 


Scrgt- 


McCansland, George F., 


Prompt and elleetive work at the B. 
& 1'. R. K. »li>aster,Mar. 14, 1887. 


I'atrol. 


Mellorrow, Michael, 


Prompt and efleitive work at the B. 
& I*. K. K. disaster, Mar. 14, 1887. 


" 


.*^tone, George K., . 


AlTcot hf two burglars. 


Cai.t 


Vinal, Paul J., 


IVonipt and elTective work at the B. 
\- P. U. K. dis.-ister. Mar. 14, 1887. 


I'atrol. 


Watt5, George W., 


Prompt and elTective work at the B. 
& 1'. K- 11. disaster. Mar. 14, 1887. 



Taiile VI II. 
Xiiniberand Distribidion of Horses \ts*d in the Department. 



Ilcadnuarters, 
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4. . 

6, . . 

7, . 

10, . . 

11, . 

12, . 

13, . . 
14.. . 

Total. 



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Licenses of all CloMes. except for Sale of Liquor, Issued, etc., to 
Xoc. 30, 1SS7. 



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141 


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Table XIV. 

Ambulance Service. 





AmbuUnce 


ArobQlance 


Ambalance 




CONVEYEIJ TO — 


So. 1, 


No. 2, 


No. :i, 


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DlTliion 4. 


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189 


366 


38 


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67 


42 


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1 


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2 


7 


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Deer Island Boat, .... 


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City Prison 


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3 


4 




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39 


37 


18 


94 


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4 


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Soldiers' Home, Chelsea, 


- 


1 


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Boston and Albany Railroad Dep6t, 


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1 


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Boston and Maine Railroad Dep<5t, 


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1 


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- 


2 


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2 


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- 


3 


- 


3 


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4 


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5 


Services not required, . 


27 I 


- 


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27 


Railway disaster at Roslindalc, 


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service 


On 

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\ - 


- 


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33.T 1 

1 


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63 


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49 



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243 


3 


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234 1 


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50 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT. 



Taiii.k XVI. 

Fiiuincud Slutemeul for Year ending Xov. 80, 1SS7. 



E.\rF.M)ITUKE3. 

P.iy of tlio officers 

Kiicl anil liglit, 

Water aiul ice, ....... 

Kiimitiiio and bedding, ..... 

Printing and stationery 

Care and cleaning station-houses and city prison. 
Repairs to station-houses and city prison, . 
Repairs and supplies for police steamers, . 
Rent and care of telophono and telegraph wires, 
Care and l;eeping horses, harnesses and vehicles. 
Purchase of horses and vehicles, . 
Care of Hags, tlagstaffs, ropes, stakes, etc.. 
Carting prisoners to and from stations and city 
Feeiling prisoners, ..... 

Medical attendance, 

Transportation, ...... 

Pursuit of criminals, ..... 

Cloth for uniforms and uniform helmets, . 

Pensions 

Badges, buttons, clubs, bolt;*, insignia, etc., 
Miscellaneous, car faro for officers, etc.. 



prison 



Total 

Expenses of license department, . 

Total 

Receipts. 
For all licenses (except for sale of liquor),* 
For sale of unclaimed property, etc.,* 
For extra services of officers,* 
Dog licenses (credited to School Department), 



$938,112 02 

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2,283 U7 

G,280 91 

4,277 18 

9,921 91 

G34 8-1 

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2,320 2.5 

12,107 91 

37o 00 

295 50 

5,GU 27 

1,207 64 

3,725 80 

1,352 97 

1,701 97 

7,501 00 

29,184 54 

3,145 99 

3,400 04 

$1,049,744 41 

29,496 81 

$1,079,241 22 



tll,124 50 

214 20 

12,774 80 

23,432 00 



Total $47,545 50 

For liquor licenses, 588,480 00 

Total $636,025 50 

Amoxmt received for uniform cloth, etc 8,303 08 

Total $644,388 58 



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Table XVIII. 

IPx-A- (if the Signal S>/sle>n, Divixion 0, during Ihe Year ending 
XovemberSO, 18S7. 

Whole number of runs 1,831 

Xunibcr of runs to l)rin<r in prisoners 1,C19 

Number of runs for niiseelhiiieous purposes, . . .212 

1,831 

Xatuhe of Service. 

Prisoners brouirlit to st;ition-liouse in wagon, 
Injured persons brought to station in wagon, 
InjiU'ed persons taken liouie in wagon, . 
Injtired persims taken to hospital in wagon, . 
Ia-:uie pcrsiins taken to >tati<>n and city prison, 
Lo:it ehililren l)rouglit to station. 

Runs to lire alariu.s, 

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Kuns for liipior seizures, 

Conveying body of drowned man liome. 
Conveying bodies of men to morgue. 
Runs to (juell disturbanee, .... 
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19,G:n 
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38.498 



Xumbcr of miles run in December, 
" •' in .lanuary, 

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in July, . 
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