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BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




I'ltrimi ANN! Ai, iii:i>oi;r 



l:U)ATM) <)|-^ I^OIJCE 



F.R THE 



CITY OF BOSTON, 



!»»/« r.yiv.y.u. ISSS. 



I-OSTUN : 

■TRIGHT & I'OTTBK PRISTINO CO., STATE PKLXTERS. 

IS rtMfT OmcE Squaric 

1889. 



FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOAPvD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTOX. 



December, 1888. 



BOSTON : 

WRIGHT t POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office SgcAKE. 

1889. 



PvEPORT. 



HcAiKirABTEZc or tbe Police DErARTMBNT, ' 

OmcE or THE BoAKD OF Police, 
7 PMiBErn>» Square, Boston, Dec. 1, 1SS3. 

7» IJU Excellency Oltvxe Amts, Gortmor. 

Your Excellexct: — The Board of Police for the city 
of Doston, iu compliance with the provisions of chapter 323 
of the Acts of lt85, has tbe honor to submit the following 
rtport of the work of the police dcpnrtuient for the year 
ending Nov. 30, 1*88 : — 

The Depaktmext. 

Offiotra. -^ 

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

Board of Police 3 «■'.! 

Clerk of the IJoard, 1 

Superintendent of Police, 1 

Deputj- Superintendent of Police, .... 1 

Chief Inspector, 1 

laspcctors, 10 

Inspector of Intelligence Offices, 1 

Inspector of Carriages, 1 

Ia«pector of Wagons, 1 

Inspector of Claims, 1 

Inspector of Street Railwaj Service, .... 1 

Assistant Inspectors, 2 

Property Clerk, 1 

Captains, 17 

Lieutenants, 36 

Sergeants, 53 

Patrolmen 649 

Keserve OfBcers, 100 

Iloose Watchmen, 10 

Assistant Keepers City Pruon, ..... 2 



4 FOURTH AXNUAL REPORT 

Stpward City Prison 1 

M;itrons Iloiise of Detention and Station Houses, . 10 

Engineer, 1 

Firemen, 4 

Van Drivers, 2 

The distribution of the force is shown by Table I. On 
November 30 there were twenty-six vacancies ; viz , one 
sergeant and twenty-five patrolmen. During the year one 
hundred and nineteen ofBcers were appointed (including 
eight^'-eight reserve men), eighteen discharged, ten resigned, 
six retired on pension and eleven died. (See Tables II. 
and'lll.) 

Franklin C. Irving, clerk to the Board, resigned March 
31, 1888, on account of ill health. Mr. Irving entered the 
service of the city in 1875 as a clerk in the City Clerk's 
ofEce. In 1878 he was transferred to the Police Commis- 
sioners' otiice, and in 1883 was appointed clerk to the Board. 
In 1885 ho was again appointed clerk to the present Board, 
and continued to fill the office acceptably until his health 
failed, and he was compelled to relinquish his duties. Mr. 
Irving was an industrious, faithful and conscientious officer, 
and his retirement from the public service was deeply 
regretted. 

Mr. Thomas Ryan was appointed to fill the vacancy caused 
by Mr. Irving's resignation. Mr Ryan entered the service 
Feb. 1, 1869, as a patrolman ; was promoted to be sergeant 
July, 1877, and appointed properly cleik May I'J, 1880; 
was appointed clerk to the superintendent March 6, 1883, 
and served in that capacity until appointed clerk to the 
Board April 1, 1888, at which time the office of clerk to 
the Superintendent was abolished. 

Chief Inspector O. M. Hanscom was discharged July 5, 
1888, and Capt. Benjamin P. Eldridge was promoted to fill 
the vacancy. 

Capt. Lyford Vf. Graves died Feb. 10, 1888, after a ser- 
Tice of thirty-three years on the force. He was appointed 
on the force June 11, 1855; promoted sergeant Feb. 9, 
1857 ; promoted lieutenant Juno 9, 1866 ; promoted captain 
Aug. 3, 1874. 

Lieut. Fred I. Dinsmore died July 19, 1888, after a ser- 



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BOARD OF POLICE, 5 

vice of niiio years on the force. Ho was appointed patrol- 
man Juno 25, 1879; promoted sergeant Oct. 31, 1«85 ; 
promoted lieutenant July 12, 1888. 

Inspector of Pawnbrokers William H. McCausland was 
retired March 31, 1888. InsiHjctor Dennis A. Mountain was 
dischar«red Oct. 20, 1888. Inspector George O. Kichardson 
w:is relired Aug. 10, 1888. ijergeant Philip E. Clark was 
discharged Jan. 18, 1888. 

Lieuts. Lawrence Cain, George A. Walker and Richard 
F. Irish were promoted to be captains, their respective stand- 
ing on the Civil Service list being 89.37 per cent., 79.55 per 
cent., and 74.96 per cent., in class A. Sergeants Thomas 
W. Coleman, Ira C. Foster, Hiram H. Rich, James E. Sar- 
gent, Charles W. Hunt, Fred I. Dinsmore and William B. 
Dal}- were promoted to be lieutenants, their respective stand- 
ing being 94.67 per cent., 86.87 per cent., 86 57 per cent., 
85.84 per cent., 83.61 per cent., 83.08 per cent., and 79.06 
per cent., in class A. 

Patrolmen Dennis Donovan, Daniel F. Egan, Otis F. 
Kimball, Oscar H. Peare, Timothy J. Murphy, Timothy 
Enright, George H. Adams, George C. Garland, John A. 
Brickley, Oscar E. Boynton, Forrest F. Hall, George F. 
Howe were promoted to be sergeants, their respective stand- 
ing on the Civil Service list being 92.05, 92.03, 89.03, 
87.93, 87.33, 87.27, 87.23, 86.13, 86.13, 86.05, 86.04 and 
85.43 per cent., all in class A. 

The office of Inspector of Street Railway Service was 
created July 13, 1888, and Sergeant Charles W. Boyer was 
promoted to that rank. His standing on the Civil Service 
list was 89 per cent., class A. 

Inspector of Carriages Joseph H. Warren was appointed 
lieutenant, and the vacancy was filled by the appointment of 
Lieut. Edward F. Gaskin. 

Patrolmen Joseph Dugan and William H. Cogan were pro- 
moted to be inspectors. They passed special civil service 
examinations, their respective standing being 89.05 and 63 
per cent. 

The office of Director of Signal Service was established 
July 12, 1888, and Lieut. Henry O. Goodwin was assigned 
for duty in that capacity. 



6 FOURTH ANNUAJL REPORT 

Sergeant Dennis Donovan was detailed for special duty as | 

drill master of the department. | 

A temporary Honse of Detention for 'Women was estab- 
lished July 9, 1888, and the following officers appointed : 
Chief Matron, Mrs. Emma Onthank ; Assistant Chief Matron, 
IMrs. M. A. Gregg; Assistant Matrons, Mrs. Mary M. j 

Stevens and Mrs. Myra C. Clark. Frank Kneeland and -- 

Patrick F. McCarthy were appointed van drivers. 

Mrs. Hattie Mclntyre was appointed matron of Division 
11, Feb. 14, 1888. Mrs. Mary E. Roach resigned as matron 
of Division 12, Dec. 1, 1888. 

A new division numbered 16 was organized, and went into | 

commission July 12, 1888. The force assigned for duty | 

there consisted of one captain, two lieutenants, three ser- ' 

geants and thirty-one patrolmen. 

The average number of men absent from duty on account 
of sickness was 18 per day, or 2^(j per cent, of the regular 
force. (See Table IV.) j 

The success which attended the experiment of establish- \ 

ing a force of reserve men was so marked as to warrant in- ] 

creasing the force to the maximum number. The names, ■: 

ages, etc., of the men appointed will be found in Table V. 
All men appointed on the regular force during the year were 
taken from the reserve force. 

During the year eighty complaints against officers were \ 

investigated by the Board. The nature of complaints and 
disposition of cases is shown by Table VI. i 

Horses. i 

On the 1st of December, 1887, there were 25 horses in ; 

the service. During the year 3 were exchanged and 14 were 1 

purchased. At the present time there are 39 in service, f 

as shown by Table VII. 

The practice of hiring horses for mounted service in the I 

suburban parts of the city was continued. Nine horses were 
hired July 1, and continued in service until October 15, at 
an expense of $928. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



Work of the Department. 

Arr&ifU. 

The total number of persons arrested wns 36,009, against 
30,GS1 the preceding ye.ir, Iwing an increase of 5,328. The 
percentage of increase and decrease was as follovrs : — 

Per cent. 

Offences against the person, Decrease, IJ 

Offences against property, committ<-<l witlj violence, . Increase, 22y'j'5 
Oftcnccs against proj)ci-t3-, comtnittc«l nitliuiit violence. Increase, ll^'oV 
Malicious offences against pro|K-rty, .... Decrease, 20j»j'j 

Offences against the license I.iw«, Increase, 33J 

Offences against chastity, moraliir, tic, . . . Decrease, 22jY{ 
Offences not includcil in the forej^>io;j Increase, 21^'^^ 

Five thousand nine liiindrcd and fifty-nine persons were 
arrested on warrants, and 30,050 without Marrants; 32,479 
persons were held for trial, nnd 3,530 were discharged on 
examination. The numl)cr of males arrested was 30,435 ; of 
females, 5,574; of foreigners, J 7,848, or approximately, 
50 per cent. ; of minors, 4,802. Of the total number 
arrested, 12,074, or 33 per cent., were non-residents. 
(See Tables VIII. and IX.) 

The nativity of prisoners was as follows : — 



United States, 






18,157 


Denmark, . 


34 


Bi-itish I*ro\ 


inces. 




2,V4 


Wales, 


23 


Ireland, 






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Ik'Igium, , 


10 


England, 








UVT2 


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179 


France, 








12S 


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2 


Genn.-\ny, 








463 


Holland, . 


18 


Italy, . 








,V» 


China, 


176 


Portugal, 








S5 


tjist and West Indies, 


31 


Sweden, 








Kl 


Austria, 


11 


Scotland, 








575 


I'd and, 


51 


Spain, 








IS 


Norway, 


135 


Switzerland 


, 






11 


.Vfriea, 


3 


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10 


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1 


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9 


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1 


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SJ 


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1 


.Australia, 








s 


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1 


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As compared with last jcv, the increase and decrease in 
arrests for principal ofiences was as follows : — 



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BO.VIID OF POLICE. 



11 



Taking the statistics of arrests for nine years, benrinning 
with 16iS0, and estimating the arerago popubtiou of the city 
at 384,777, the average namljcr of arrests was 30,017. The 
number of arrests in the past 3'ear \\'as 36,009, or 5,992 
above the avcnige. (See Table X.) 

The age antl sex of arrested ])crson3 will be found in 
Tabic XL Of the total Daml>er, 2l,8i*4, or GO J per cent., 
were between the ages of 20 and 40. 



MUcettaneoiu BitstHt'^ 

Accidents r\>j>orfoil, .... 

Buililinpi fouitil oi>cn and made secure. 

Cases investiiTited, .... 

Dangemus buildings reported. 

Dangerous eliiiuneys reported. 

Dead boilies cjin.-*! for, . 

Defective eossinxils ri'ported, , 

Defective drains rt>i)ort«d. 

Defective lire alarms reported. 

Defective <ras pipes reported, , 

Defective liydnuits reixMled, , 

Defective lan»ps rcfiorted. 

Defective sewers rvjwrted. 

Defective stixvts and iralks neporttjd. 

Defective water pipes reported, 

DistiirbaiKvs suppressed, 

Kxtra duties performed, . 

Firo alarn>s given, .... 

Fires extinguisheil, .... 

Intoxicalitl jicrsons assisted, , 

Lost chitdreu found, 

Ins;iue {K>njo»is t:ikea in charge. 

Missing jkts<.>us reported, 

iDssing jHTsons found, ... 

Lodgers at station booses. 

Persons rescued from drowniD*, . 

Sick and ityurvd persons assi^aed, . 

Stray teams found, .... 

Street obstntctions removed, , 

Water nuuiing to waste reported, . 

Witnesses itetiunetl, .... 

Value of i>rv>tH.'rty taken frr/m prisoners and lotlg^rs. 

Value of pr\>perty reported stolen in llie city, 

Value of prv>j>erty recovered. 

Amount of tines imposed br eoorts. 

Total years of imprisonment, - 

Total »iays of attendance in eoort bj officers, 

Total auKumt of witness fee* earned, . 



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5,301 

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174 

2,225 

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587 

511 

106 

1,C52 

230 

530 

68 

3,381 

11 

1,895 

3C6 

58,291 

2G6 

226 

?51,429 96 

7'J,713 37 

84,3.>6 75 

157,142 57 

1,935} 

31,015 

f 28,5« 73 



12 FOURTH ANNUAL REPOKT 

There was a decrease of about 14i per cent, from last 
3'car in the iiiiml)er of insane persons taken in charge ; an 
increase of 13 per cent, in the number of witnesrcs de- 
tained ; an increase of 13V percent, in the number of sick i» 
and injured persons assisted, and an increase of 5 per cent. ( 
in the number of lost children cared for. j 

1'he avenige amount of stolen property reported since J 

18fO was $97,589.80; in 1888 it was $79,713.37, or I 

$17,876.43 less than the average. In the snme period the i 

average amount of property stolen in and out of the city, j 

which was recovered by the Boston police, was $115,252.99 ; I 

the amount recovered in 1888 was $84,356.76, or $30,896.23 
less than the average. 

The average amount of fines imposed by the courts was 
$85,343.89; in 1888 the amount w.is $157,252.99, or 
$71.9(19.10 more lluin the average. The average number of 
days' attendance in court was 22,154; in 1888 there were 
31,015, or 8,861 more than the average. The average 
amount of witness fees earned was $21,543.47 ; in 1888 the 
amount was $7 001.26 more than the average. Table X, 
gives these figures in detail. 

The department made thirty-six raids on gambling-houses, i 

and seized property to the amount of $955. The falling off 
in the number of riiids, as compared with former years, is 
not due to a diminution in the number of gambling-places, 
or to lack of vigilance on the part of the police, but is 
owing to the fact that wai rants can be procured only under 
exceptional circumstances. Gambling-places are now known 
as " social and literary clubs," and, being protected by char- 
ters from the Commonwealth, magistrates will not grant 
warrants ag:iinst them except upon the testimony of persons 
who have lost money by gambling. 

Attention is called to the great increase in the number of 
days' attendance in court, and the severe tax it imposes upon 
the police. If some measure could be adopted to facilitate 
the disposal of numerous cases of trivial misdemeanors 
which now consume an amount of time altogether out of 
proportion to their importance, it would be a relief to the 
police, as well as in the line of justice and humanity. 

The Board renews the recommendation contained in its 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 



13 



Inst report, th.it a public prosecutor be appointed to nssist 
the department in the lower courts, or that authority be 
given to employ counsel in cases where legal assistance la 
required. 

Inspeclori^ Department. 
The statistics of the work of this branch of the service 
are included in the statements of the general work of the 
department; but, as the duties are of a special character, tlie 
following statement will be of interest : — 

Number of persons an-ested, priDcipally for felonies, . . 345 
Fugitires from justice from other States arrested and deliv- 

erad to officers from tliose Stat«3, 15 

ICimiber of cases inTcstigatcd, 2,090 

XumbtT of dars spent in court bv officers l.OCG 

Amount of fees earned by officers, 81,033 30 

Araoujjl of stolen property recovered, $30,802 85 

Amouol of fines imposed by court, $l,0Gt 35 

ICumtjer of years" imprisonment imposed by court, . . "^^^^i 

Number of photo^aphs added to the " Rognes' Gallery," . 96 

The "Rogues' Gallery" now contains 2,106 photographs. 
The records of 1,116 criminals have boon added to the 
"Criminal Record" kept in this department, which now 
contains the records of 15,033 criminals. The department 
has issued the prison reports of 600 discharged convicts, 
containing the full records, descriptions, distinguishing 
marke, etc., of 391 convicts who were discharged during 
the year, and whose records were considered of sufficient 
importance to preserve. Other police departments were 
furnished with 168 copies of these reports. 

Medical Exa.minerif Assistant. 
The officer detailed to assist the Medical Examiners of 
Suffolk County performed the following service : — 



Cases iirrestigjUed 

Death* reported, males, 421 ; females, 103 ; total, 524. 



Aecidtat, 

Ilomk-ide, 

Murder, . 

Abortifii, 

Infanticide, 

Suicide. . 

Drowning, 



Causcg of Dcalh. 



199 

13 

1 

3 

5 

47 

67 



Alcoholism, . 
Overdose of poison. 
Sunstroke, 
Still-bom, . 
Natural causes, 

Total, . 



379 



14 

1 

4 

29 

141 

524 



Railroad accident, . 


. 8G 


Homicide, 


. 13 


Elevator accident, . 


1 


Infanticide, . 


3 


Abortion, 


1 


Suicide, . 


2 



14 FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Number of bodies unidentified, males, 11; females, 1; 
total, 12. Five were bodies badly decomposed, found in 
the harbor ; three were killed by trains while walking rail- 
road tracks ; three resulted from natural causes, and oue 
from alcoholic poison. 

The accidents include 86 deaths by railroad accidents, 44 
of which occurred within city limits, and 42 outside of the 
city, but were brought to our hospitals, where death 
resulted. 

Number of inquests attended, 115 

Causes of Death. 

Death under suspicious cir- 

cumstancc-s, ... 4 
Run over by team in street, . 5 

Total, . . . .115 

Number of witnesses summoned 389 

Number of days' attendance at the Municipal Courts, . . 54 

Inspector of Claims. 
The work of the Inspector detailed to assist the Com- 
mittee on Claims and the Law Department, in investigjiting 
claims against the city, was as follows : — 

Number of eases investigated, 251 

witnesses interviewed, 1,422 

days in court, 73 

days in attendance on committee, .... 44 

notices served, 8 

Harbor Service. 
The special duties performed by the officers of Division 
8, comprising the harbor and islands therein, were as 
follows : — 

Value of property, consisting of float-stages, rigging, boats, 

etc., recovered $5,072 47 

Number of vessels boarded, from foreign ports, . . . 953 
Number of vessels ordered from the channel to the proper 

anchorage, 1,860 

Number of vessels moved from channel with steamer, . . 34 

Alarms of fire attended on water front, 76 

Fires extinguished wthout alarm, 7 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 



15 



Boats challenged. 

Sick and injured persona assisted, 

Cases investigated, . 

Dead bodies recovered. 

Rescued from drowning, . 

Vessels ordered to cockbill yards. 



1,400 

28 

191 

35 

4 
12 



The fullowing airivals were re[)oited : — 

Xunibcr of arrivals from foreign ports during the year : — 

Steamers, 5M 

Ships, 13 

Barks 209 

Brigs 119 

Schooners, 123 

Number of arrivals from domestic ports, vessels of all kinds, 14.412 

From the British provinces, 1,*S1 

Total, foreign and domestic ports, 17,350 

The Board renews the recommendation that the captain 
of this di\ision should receive the appointment aa harbor- 
master from the Board of Police. 

Licenses. 

The total number of licenses issued of all kinds, except 
for the sale of intoxicating liquor, was 18,378; transferred, 
63; cancelled, 774. The officers investigated 1,5(54 com- 
plaints arising under these licenses. The fees collected and 
paid into the city treasury amounted to $36,000.75. (See 
Table XII.) The department reported to the Board of 
Health on 562 applications for fruit, fish and vegetable 
peddlers' and grease collectors' permits. 



Ambulance Service. 

The three department ambulances are stationed in Diri- 
sions 1, 4 and 7. Ambulance No. 1 made 351 runs, and 
conveyed 275 persons to the hospitals, 31 home and 13 to 
other places. Ambulance Xo. 2 made 440 runs, and con- 
veyed 389 persons to the hospitals, 38 home and 13 to other 
places. Ambulance No. 3 made 74 runs, and conveyed 42 
persons to the hospitals, 19 home and 7 to other places. 
(See Table XIH.) 



I 16 FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Soup for (he Poor. 
By request of the city council, the department undertook 
the preparation and issuance of soup to the poor of the city. 
The time of distribution was from January 27 to April 6, 
inclusive, a period of seventy days. 

Gallons made, 10,544 

Families supplied, 12,683 

Meals furnished G 1,497 

Total appropriation §2,.'.00 00 

Amount expended, 1,770 92 

Balance unexpended, §729 08 

Average cost per gallon, 16| cents. 

Average c-ost per meal, i^^ cents. 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquor. 
The total number of places licensed for the sale of intox- 
icating liquor in the license year 1888 was 1,822; licenses 
cancelled, 3; licenses forfeited, '60. (See Table XIV). 
Total number November 30, 1,789, or one to every 223 of 
the population, and 140 less than in 1887. Of these, 1,199 
are licensed to sell to be drunk on the premises, or one to 
every 333 of the population. 

Ivumber of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses, 

made to Board of Police, 164 

Number of hearings given, ........ 164 

Number of licenses forfcitc<I, 49 

Ntmibcr of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses, 

made in court, 33 

Anests for selling without a license, 525 

Seizures made, 1,189 

Amount of liquors seized (gallons), ...... 6,547 

Number of applications for licenses rejected, .... 514 

The following shows the nature of the complaints upon 
which licenses were forfeited by the Board of Police from 
Dec. 1, 1887, to Nov. 30, 1888 : — 

Violation of Sundaj- law, 14 

Violation of screen law, 2 

Opening unlicensed doors, 2 

Selling to minors, 7 



BOARD OF POLICE. 17 

Selling to be drunk on premises, in violation of license, . . .16 

Selling li'juor without making record on book 1 

Selling between hours of U o'clock I'.M. and 6 o'cloc-k A.M., . . 3 
Kee]iinjr and exposing for sale liquors not allowed by license, . 3 

Selling to an iiiloxicatc'd person, ....... 1 

Amount paid into tlie city treasury for license fees, . . fC18,91S 00 

Arrests for dniiikcnncss avernged 63 per day during the 
year, or 5| per cent, of the population.* There were 3,903 
more iK-r^ons'ancsled than in 18y7, an increase of 20j'5 per 
cent. ; 41 j^j,- per cent, of the arrested persons were non-resi- 
dents, and 55 per cent, were of foreign birth. Five hundred 
and sixty-eight persons were arrested for violating the liquor 
law, of whicii 71 1 jior cent, were of foreign birth. 

There seems to be some doubt as to whether the Board 
has power to transfer a liquor license from one lociility to 
another. This power has been exercised by the several 
licensiag lK)ards, and the legality of their action has never 
been te=-ted ; but, inasmuch as the question has been raised, 
it would seem advisable that it should be settled by legisla- 
tion. There are many cases where it is proper that a license 
should l>e transferred ; as, for instance, where a building is 
destroyed by fire, or demolished for street widenings, etc.; 
and the licensing board should have the discretionary power 
to meet such cases. 

Several licensed persons died during the year ; and, as 
there is no provision to the contrary, the licenses terminated 
with the decease of the licensees. In many ctises the 
amount which could be realized from the sale of a license, 
or the privilege of continuing business under it for the bal- 
ance of the year, would be of great I>enefit to the family of 
the deceased. The Board recommends such legislation as 
will provide for relief in cases of this kind. 

Buildings. 
The new Back Bay station-house was completed and 
turned over to the department, and is now known as Station 
It!. This building is in all respects far superior to any 
other stalion-house in the city, both in regard to its archi- 
tectural appearance and. its adaptation to police business. 

* PopaUtion estimated at -100,000. 



18 FOURTH AN^'UAL REPORT 

No progress hits been niaile in providing a new station- 
house for Division 1, or stables for Divisions 11 and 13. 

The request of the Board for additional room in Station- 
house 13 was not granted. This station-house has no guard- 
room, as it became necessary to take the room used for that 
purpose for a bedroom. The room now occupied by the 
inuniciiJal court ought to be taken for police inuposes, and 
the court removed to other quarters. 

FiNAXCTAL. 

Requisitions were made on the City Council for the sum 
of $1,1211,917.96 to meet the running expenses of the 
department for the present financial year, for $48,500 for 
establishing Division IG, and for $23,524 to meet the 
expenses of police matrons and house of detention. The 
City Council appropriated $1,181,972. 

Tlie total expenditures for police purposes during the year, 
including liquor license expenses, but exclusive of the cost 
of signal system, was $1,143,340.63. From this should be 
deducted the amount received for uniform cloth, etc., and 
paid into the treasury, $8,857.77, leaving the net cost of 
maintaining the department $1,134, 488. SC. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury from fees for 
licenses over which the police had supervision was $670,- 
507.87. (See Table XV.) 

The total payments on account of the police signal sj's- 
tem amount to $85,459.75. (Sec Table XVI.) 

Pexsioxs and Benefits. 

On the 1st of December, 1887, there were seventy-six pen- 
; sioners on the roll. During the year four died, and six 

j were added, viz., two inspectors and four patrolmen, leav- 

\ iug seventy-eight on the roll at date. A list of pensioners 

I will be found in Table XVII. 

The pensions now amount to $29,257.46 per annum. 
The invested fund of the Police Charitable Fund on the 
1st of May, 1888, amounted to $178,450 ; cash in treasury, 
$522.51 ; income unexpended, $2',557.88. There were 
forty-eight beneficiaries. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 19 

Tlic invested fund of the Police Relief Association now 
amounts to $24,:;9I.S8. The payments for the year 
amounted to $17,001.73. 

Police Signal System. 

In its last rejiort ihc Board of Police staled that the line 
in Division 5 was l>eing built, and a contract had been made 
with the Municipal Signal Company for furnishing a system 
for that division, and also that the s^'stcm of the Gamcwell 
Police Signal Company was on trial in Division 4. The work 
in Division 5 was completed, and the system put into opera- 
tion Feb. 9, 1888. The Gamewell system in Division 4 
failed to give satisfaction, and, as the constant attewLince of 
three operators was necessary, the expense of oi»eratiiig was 
much greater than that of the other system in which the 
use of automatic signalling apparatus rendered the jK-'rvices 
of openitors uuneccssar}'. An expression of the di«.*atUfaction 
of the Board with the apparatus was met bj- an offer from the 
Gamewell Company to furnish a system siuiihir to that of the 
Municipal Company's ; and a model sy^tem, apparent!}' pro- 
ducing the same results as the latter company's sy*tc-m, was 
exhibited to the Board hy the Gamewell Corapan}'. In view 
of these conflicting claims, and the fact also that there were 
other police signal s^'stems on the market, the Board decided 
to advertise for propos:ils for equipping four divi.*ions with 
a sj'stcm which would embody certain features arwi produce 
certain results in accordance with speciticationa trbicb were 
prepared after a careful study of the subject. In response 
to the advertisement two bids were received, one from the 
Gamewell Company and the other from the 3Ianicipal Com- 
pany. The hitter's bid, being the lowest, was accepted, and 
a contract made for equipping Divisions 3, 4, 9 aod 15. It 
should bo stated that the Board examined several other sisr- 
ual systems besides those which were in operation here, but 
none of them promised special merit or seemed to meet the 
requirements of police service. Later in the year another 
contract was made with the ^Municipal Signal Company for 
equipping six or more divisions, upon the same terms as the 

first contract. , ' 

-«ilcy, 



■20 FOURTH ANNUAL EEPORT 

Up to date lines Iiavc been Iniilt in Divisions 1,3, 4, 5, 7, 
9, 10, II, 14 and 15, the total length being 135^ miles, and 
the average co5.t $110.49 per mile. Divisions 3, 4, 5, 9 and 
15 have been fully eqiiip[)cd. Diviriion 4 commenced with 
the Municipal s\stem -May Ki, with 31 boxes; Division 5 
went into operation February 9, with 33 boxes; Division 
15, June IC, with 25 boxes; Division 9, November 4, with 
33 boxes. 

Iinildings were hired in Divisions 1, 4 and 5, and altered 
into wagon-houses. In Division 3 a lot of land on Joy 
Street close to the station-house was hired from the over- 
seers of the poor, and a wagon-house erected thereon. In 
Divisions 9 and 15 wagon-houses were erected on the station- 
house lots. In Division 10 a portion of the old pump- 
ing-?lation on Kiinwood Street was hired from the water 
deiiartnient, and is now being convei'ted into a wagon- 
house. Taiilo X\'I. shows the amount expended on account 
of the signal system to date. 

During the 3ear the wagons made 10,065 runs, covering 
an aggregate distance of 7,358 miles. Ten thousand two 
hunihed and eighty-one prisoners were conveyed to the 
stalioii-housc, 2G9 injured and insane persons were taken to 
the slalion-house, the hos[)ital or their homes, and 87 lost 
children weie taken to the station-house. There were 52,- 
76ii telephone calls and 393,954 " on duty" calls sent over 
the lines. (See Table XVIII ) 

The oflice of Director of Signal Service was created, and 
Lieut. Henry O. Goodwin, who has had charge of the work of 
construction from the lieginning, was assigned to that otEce. 
Mr. Henry A. Chase was appointed electrician, and ^Messrs. 
John W'eigel and Frank A. Richardson were appointed in- 
spectors. 

The Board desires to express its appreciation of the cour- 
teous assistance given l)y the Board of Fire Commissioners, 
Capt. B. S. Flanders, Superintendent of Fire Alarms, Mr. 
Hugli J. Tolaud, Superintendent of Lamps, and other city 
otHcials, in putting in the system, and also to acknowledge 
the kindness of the several telegraph, telephone and electric 
light companies in granting permission to attach the signal 
^ to their fixtures. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 21 

The Board respectfully recincsts that the pfilice patrol 
wagoiM and ambulances l)C given tlie right of way in the 
public streets. 

IIocsE OF Detention'. 

In coosequence of ohjcctions from owners of property in 
the viciahy of the E^t Street school-house the city council 
declined to allow the use of that building for a bou.se of de- 
tentioo. An effort w":i3 then made to obtain ibe old school- 
bouse on Hudson Street, l)at without success. Xo other 
public buildings seemed available, and an uusacc«S'«fuI elTort 
was nude to find a building in the proper locsility which 
could I«e hired and altered over for the puq)o~e. Mc-anwhile 
the Board, by an order dated July 9, 1S8^, esta!»U^hcd the 
house t-f detention temp^mirily in the cit}' prison, and ajv 
pointetl the neoessarj- officers. Since that date all women 
arrested in Divisions 1, 2. 3, t and 5 have leen tent there 
immcdtilely, and cared for b}- persons of tlicir own h<^x. 

It is the intention of the Board to estal)li-h ibe h um; of 
dc-tcntiod penuanently in the now Court House, when that 
building is completed, and the Court House Conuuis-ioners 
are maJdng necessary provision therefor. Il is expected 
that thic building will be ready for occupancy during the 
coming year. 

Emehigexcy Cases. 

Xo emergency lectures were given to the police during 
the year, but the v.alue of the instruction gi\ea to the force 
in procieding years has been exemplified on many occa-ions. 
The following record of cases in which the police bare ren- 
dered first aid is tjiken from the report of the !Mas^chusetts 
Emcrge«ry and Hygiene Association for 18'iS: — 

Station 1 gives the case of a man whose hand was blown 
off by aa explosion ; the officers applied the toamiquet until 
the arriral of the doctor. Captain Dawson and I'iitnolmeu 
Beach aad Doherty administered restoratives to four jiersons 
rescued from drowning, and Patrolman Lewis was of much 
service ia a different case. 

Statioo 2 reiMJrts six cases treated by Lieatentaut Weir ; 
nine by Sergeant Daly ; four each by Patrolmen Cloutman 
and Cax^y; ibree by Patrolman Walkins ; two each !»y 
Patroltaen Glyun, ^\'hite, Burns, Stuart, Maccabe, Ccnicy, 



22 FOUETH ANNUAL REPORT 

Kuliy, Sloan, Clark, and one each by Sergeant Lyons and 
Patiohneii CNeil, Rankin, Suan, Mayncs, Waits, GialiMni, 
Monisscy, Cm-tin, Kesselbulh, Carc}', "Wilson, Zaiin, 
Bhukiey, While, Jcnks, Engiy, Watts, Monciiefl", Shea, 
Ciiroy, Coolidgo, Duller. The cases assisted Ijy llicso men 
were bruises, cnts, tits, sjirains, and other injuries ; some 
more serious, as of fractures or dislocations. 

Station 3 gives twenty-four cases of aid bestowed, the 
most notable of which were the application of splints of thin 
w(iod, Ijound on with a handkerchief, to a broken leg, by 
Patrolman Brick ley ; and two cases in which the life of per- 
sons who had attempted suicide w;is saved by artificial 
respiration, pcrlbrnicd by Lieuteniint Gaskin. Both men 
were complimented i)y the doctors. 

Station .5 had one case, in which Patrolman Xewcomb 
bandaged a broken leg, and made the patient comfortable 
for removal to the hospital. 

Station 6. P.itrolinen Smith and Mullen found a man 
with compound fracture of leg, bone protruding ; they im- 
provised splints from a barrel head, applied them to the leg, 
and carried him to the City Hospital. In a similar case 
Patrolman Mann made splints from the staves of a nail- 
keg. Lieutenant Wyman dressed three cases of wounds ; 
Lieutenant Goodwin and Patrolmen Breunick and Fern;dd 
assisted in a case of hemorrhage, using the tourniquet, and 
Patrolman Knowlton restored a woman to fonsciousness. 

Station 7 states a case of resustitalion fnun drowning by 
P.itrolman Clegg ; of scalp wound dressed by Captain Lam- 
bert ; and six cases where the attending physicians were 
assi?ted by Sergeants Blanchard, Ilofl'man and Todd, and 
Patrolmen O'Neil, Clegg and Libby. 

Station 8 gives four cases in which Captain Goold, Lieu- 
tenant Swan and Patrolmen Murphy, Deering, Adams, Jack- 
son and Russell were of service. 

Station 9 has four cases of assistance rendered by Lieu- 
tenant Briggs ; five by Sergeant Hunt; two each by Patrol- 
men Lyons, Felker, Green and Dever; and one each by 
Patrolmen Quiidan, Kellcy, Karcher, Blake, IMaxwell, 
Shechan, Copcland, Xens, Gaddis, Coleman, Brown, Gately, 
Metzger, Bailey, Hubbard and Dean. These cases included 



BOARD OF POLICE. 23 

wounds dressed, sprains biiiulagcd, and fits and sunstrokes 
iu '.vhiili rcstoritivi's were applied. 

Slat ion 10 reports one ea>!c of injury cared for by Lieu- 
tenant Curran ; tiiree by Lieutenant Spear, in one of which 
splints and bandages were applied. Wounds and fits were 
treated by Sergeant Hitchcock, and Patrolmen Patterson. 
Moore and Aldrich. Patrolman Kenney administered large 
doses of salt and water to a woman who had taken " rough 
on r.ats." 

Station 12 presents four cases cared for by Patrolman 
Sanfortl, in two of which bandages and si)lints were u-ed. 
Sergeant Tighe and Patrolmen Sanborn, O'Brien, Xagle, 
Dowd and Berry were also of service. Patrolmen Shaugh- 
nessey and Lombard saved the life of a woman bv the 
Sylve.-«ter method. Patrolmen Carey and Dix bandaged 
and ajjplied splints to a l)rokcn leg before taking the person 
to tile h<)S[)ital. Li this case, as in many others, the doctors 
pronounced the "job well done." 

Station 13 reports thirteen cases of aid last year, beside 
the help given after a railway accident, in which Captain 
Vinal, Lieutenant Haines and Sergeant McCausland, with 
several patrolmen, were of great service. This year are 
reported five cases of scalp wounds, treated by Sergeant 
Ellis. Patrolmen Qtiigley and Fuller attended to broken 
limbs, Patrolnian Bodeuschatz to a fit, P.itrolman Sullivan 
to internal injuries, and Patrolmen Coburu and Blackburn 
rendiTcd as>i:^l;ince in two cases. 

Station 14 reports sixteen cases of assistance rendered; 
Patrolmen Hall and Walker having shown especial skill in a 
case of fracture, and Patrolman Wright in a case where a 
severe cut w.xs received in the head. Patrolman Jones 
rescued a man from an excavation sixteen feet deep, carried 
him home, and told his mother how to take care of him. 
When the doctor arrived he prescribed continuance of the 
same treatment. Patrolman AValker found a man with his 
leg broken I>etween the knee and ankle ; he placed a com- 
press over the break, and then applied splints made from 
shingles ; the doctor, who by that time had arrived, found 
he was not obliged to alter the bandage. Patrolman Bates 
rendered im[iortant service iu a case of a dislocated elbow, 
hich had at first escaped the doctor's notice. 



24 FOUKTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Station 15. Sergeant Diirgin in one case, Patrolman 
Stboltielil in two cases, and Patrolman Ringer in one case, 
applied splints and bandages in cases of fracture and removed 
palients to the hospital. The latter also rendered similar 
assistance another time, and took the patient to her home. 
Patrolman Moore applied the tonrniquct and arrested the 
flow of blood when a man canght his leg in the bight of a 
rope, severing it below the knee. Patrolman Faunce res- 
cued a man from drowning and restored him to conscious- 
ness ; and, on another occasion, when a man fell and was 
carried home b}' his fellow employees, Faunce visited him, 
and, finding he had Itroken his leg, applied splints and band- 
ages and sent him to the hospital. Sergeant Evans and 
Patrolman O'Brien each restored a person in a fit. In the 
following cases ph3'sicians were called to the places where 
the accidents happened, the police rendering assi.>tance : 
Scrjreant Johnston assisted in one case of a fit, in another of 
injur}- to hip and leg; Patrolman Heenan, in one case of 
burns, and in another of injury to the head and back; 
Patrolman Moore stopped a flow of blood by pressure of his 
finger until the doctor came, when a man attempted suicide. 

Conclusion'. 
In concluding, it is proper that the efficiency of the force 
during the year should be recognized and commended. As 
the city grows in area and population the duties of the police 
increase, and the demands for their services multiply. New 
opportunities are open to the idle and vicious classes, and 
necessiUite augmented vigilance on the part of the force. It 
is a great satisfaction to be able to state that the record of 
the department during the past year shows that the vigilance 
and activity of its members have increased with the demands 
made upon them, and that they have shown a commendable 
desire to do their full duty at all times and under all circum- 
stances. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. T. WIIITIXG, 
"WILLIAM H. LEE, 
W. M. OSBORNE, 

Board of Police. 



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Taiu.k VI. 
Compltiiiils ar/ainst OjJicfrA dnriiKj the Yuar ending Xoc. 30, ISSS. 



xatl'i:e ok coMi'LAisr. 



liisposltliin of Case. 



I Chief In:?uI)oidination and ilisiespcct 
1 inspect- to suijerior oIVjcl'I', 
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In.-^ljcct-' Receiving stolen goods, 

or. 
Lieut. Xeglect of duly, 
Sergt. Xegk'ct of duty, leaving route 
williuut permission, 
Assault, . 
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without permission, 
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without permission, 



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duct, 



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batterv 



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AbiLsive language, . 

Illegal arrest, .... 

Conduct unbecoming an officer, 

Xon-])aynicnt of bills, 

Xon-paynicnt of bills, bill paid. 



Dismissed from force. 



Complaint dismissed. 

Dismissed from force. 
Complaint dismissed. 

Complaint withdrawn. 

Dismissed from force. 



Kcsigiied from force 

while charges were 

jiending. 

Resigned from force 

while charges Mere 

pending. 

Resigned from force 
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I'csigncd from force 

while charges were 

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orders. 
Reprimanded in general 

orders. 
Reprimanded in general 

orders. 
Placed on file. 

Complaint dismissed. 



Complaint withdrawn. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



39 



Table VI. — Concluded. 



XATURE OF COVPHIXT. 



DlipiMlUoa QfCtm^ 



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3 I Piitrol. ! Assault, . 

2 I It«!si'rve' Xegk-ct of duty, 

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1 ' Ucserve .Mleged assault, 
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Complaint withdrawn. 
Dismissed from ntserve 

force. 
Complaint dismissed. 



Table VII. 

Xionber and Distribution of Horses rised in the Departmr»t. 



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. Table XII. 

Licenses of all Classes, except for Sale of Li<inor, issued, etc., 
to Noe. 30, 1SS8. 



claSs of j.icense. 




1 

S 


i 
% 

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^ 1 


Stolen Property 
Ktctjvtrtd. 


Collected. 


llackndy carriages, . 


1,.)07 


31 


45 


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? 1,307 00 


■Wagons, 


•1,07:5 


27 


71 


2G1 


- 


4,073 00 


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- 


- 


1 


- 


Second-hand articles, . 


141 


■' 


9 


- 


- 


- 


Junk, i . . . 


2C1 


- 


1 


253 


.?2,C03 00 


3,073 00 


Second-hand clothing. 


C2 




4 


- 




- 


Auctioneers, 


l:W 


- 


- 


- 


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- 


Intelligence offices, . 


rto 


1 


5 


128 


- 


450 00 


Billiard, pool and sij)- 
j)io tables, and bowl- 
mg-allc3-s. 


7o3 


1 


5 


277 


. 


1,506 00 


Private detectives, 


7 


- 




- 


- 


70 00 


Itinerant musicians, . 


123 


- 


- 


- 


- 


01 50 


Street railway c o n - 
ductors and "drivers, 


1,113 


- 


C41 


- 


- 


278 25 


Dogs, .• ', 


10,187 


- 


_ 


~ 


- 


25,122 00 


Total, . 


18,078 


63 


774 


1.564 


S2,603 00 


?36,000 75 



BOARD OF lOLICE. 



57 



Taiile XIIL 
Ambulance Servt/x. 





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Maiisac6u>etts General Hospital, . 


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137 


ChildRu'e Hospital, 


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Homf y{Ktlliie Hospital, 


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Directors I'ublic Institutions, 


- 


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1 


1 


Deer Lrtaiifl boat, . 


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9 


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7 


Home. 


51 


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88 


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Ka.<tra Uailnwd Depot, 


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Police >tali'>n 4, . ... 


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Police Malion 7 


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FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Table XIV. 

Xinnber of Places licensed to sell Intoxicating Liquors, ISSS. 



CLAS3 OF LICENSE. 


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9 


1,042 


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03 




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4 


89 


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4th AVhole.<alu Dealt-r - B,'' . 


41 


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41 


4th Wholf.salo Dealer " C,'' . 


38 


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38 


4th Groeer, ..... 


201 


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107 


i.th Brewer, 


20 


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20 


5th Wholesale Dealer ami Bottler, 


54 


1 


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53 


5th Retail Dealer 


12 


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2 


10 


Gth Druggist, 


2:;i 


1 


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5 


223 


Special club, 


20 


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- 


20 


Total 


l,«22 : 

1 


3 


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30 


1,789 



ROARD OF POLICE. 



59 



Table XV 



Financial Stalemeitt for the Year ending Xoc. 30, ISSS. 



Exi'ELXDITCHES. 

Pav of the officers, 

Fuel ami light, 

AVater and ice, 

Furai'urc ami beililin;r 

Printing and stationery 

C:uv and (.Ieani:>;r >l.il ion-houses and city jirison, 

IJepairs to station-houses and city prison, 

liepairs and suiiplies for i>olico steamers. 

Rent and care of telephone and telegraph wires. 

Care and keeping of Iiorses, harnesses and vehicles, 

Pun.-hase of horses ami vehicles. 

Carting jirisoncrs to and from stations and city jjrison, 

Ki-eding |)risiiners, ...... 

Mcilieal al tendance 

Tr:ins|)ortation 

Pursuit of crimin.ils 

Cloth for uniforms atid uniform helmets, . 

Pensions 

IVidges, buttons, dulix, belts, insignia, etc.. 
Miscellaneous, car fare for oiHcers, etc., . 



Total 

Expenses of license dcjtartnient. 



Total, 



U/,-2i; i,-2 
2,44.^ 2.> 

10,574 2.> 
4,245 23 

10,r.*0 T.5 
2,0 1<> :/) 
4;571 11 
1,021 :A 

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4.217 i^, 

1,W;5 :A 

4,(»6 OC 

Z\?, 40 

1,104 2) 

10,2.35 « 

20,2.57 if, 

2,.57« fA 

3,147 4« 

81,116,212 J«7 
27,1.33 7« 



81,143,.'U6 « 



Receipts. 

For M licenses (e\',-ept for sale of licjuor),* . 
For sale of unclaimed jiroperty, etc.,* 
For extra ser\-ices of ofliccrs,* .... 
Dog licenses (credited to School Department), 

Total 

For liquor licenses, .... 



Total 

.\moimt received for uniform cloth, etc.. 

Total, 



f 10,*7g 7.> 

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l-5,20« 42 

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61^,018 <fy 

f 670,507 «■ 
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f670,,36.> C4 



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FOUIITII ^VNNUAL REPORT 



Taiile xvr. 

Pit^/menls on Accomit of Conslrxctinr/ cind ^fninUihiiiir/ the Police 
Signal Si/.slem to Xov. 30, ISSS. 



C'DNSTKLCTION" 

Wires, fixtures, polos, etc., 

I.alxir, ..... 

IJuilJinp: .stables and wagnu-houscs 

Stable and wairon-liouso furniture, 

AVngons and harnesses. 

Horses, 

Sijrnalling apparatus. 

Rents, fuel, gas, etc., 

Mi.-eelIaneous, . 



\xu Equipmext. 

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21,093 08 

2.0.J.i oS 

u,*)l -17 

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2C,O.H4 77 

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M.MNTF.NAXCE. 

Wire, hardware, lumlier and other material, 

Pay of insjiectiirs and line men, 

Ilay, grain, shoeing, ete., . 

Kent of telephones, . . . ' 

Iter.t of buildings, 

E.xehange of horses, 

Stable supplies and furniture, . 

He|)airs on buildings. 

Repairing wagons, harnesses, etc., 

Fuel, gas and water,. 

Jliscellanoous 

Total payments. 



?2,371 S.J 

1,107 .U 

2,001 2.? 

1,020 00 

1,700 00 

1,700 00 

207 52 

20o 82 

s:,s 17 

387 34 

308 GO 



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