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BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




riPTII ANNUAL KEPOET 



OF TBI ''rJ^ '~y~'- ' : '; 



BOARD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



December, 1889. 



BOSTON : 

•HrniGirr i potter printing co., state printers, 

18 Post Oftice Sqcaee.~ 
1890. 



FIFTH ANNUAL IJEPORT 



BOAED OF POLICE 



CITY OF I50ST0N. 



Decembkk, 1889. 



HOSTt^X : 

WKIGUT & POTTEK I'KIXTIXC C»»-, STATE PIJINTEKS, 

18 Post Omac Sh/ciee. 

1890- 



REPORT 



IIeaixjcarters of TBI Pouce DerinTMENT, 
OFricB or THE Bouto or Tolice, 

7 I'EHBEKTOX S9CABE, BlISTOS, I>M. 1, tSS9. 

7o His ExeeUmcy Oliveb Ames, Governor. 

Your Excellency : — The Board of Police for the city 
of Boston, in compliance with the provisions of chapter 323 
of the Acts of 1885, has the honor to submit the following 
report of the work of the police depjirtmcnt for the year 
ending Xor. 30, 1889 : — 

TuE Departmevt. 

Officers. 

The poIi<« department, as at present constituted, is com- 
posed of — 

Uoanl oi Police, 3 

Clerk d the BoanI 

Superintendent of Police 

Deputy Snperintemlent of Police, . • . . 

Chief Inspector, 

lnspecs<Br= 10 

Iiisi)ect«r of Public Carriages, 

lu<[)ector of Claims, 

Inspectifl- of Street Railway Service, .... 

Director of Signal Sen-ice, 

Assistsal Inspectors 

IVopertj- Clerk, 

Captams, 1 

Lieuteoznts, 36 

Sergeants 50 

PatroIoMm, 679 

15 eserre Officers, 100 

House Watchmen, ..10 

.Assistant Keepers City Prison, 2 

Steward City ^Vison, 1 

Klectriean, 1 

Signal Service Inspectors, 5 

Linemifia, 4 



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4 FIFTH ANNUAL RKPOIIT 

Butlerymcn, " . . . . 2 

Teamster, 1 

Matrons House of Detention and Station Houses, . 10 

Engineer, 1 

Firemen, 1 

Van Drivers, 2 

The distribution of the force is sliown by Table I. On 
November 30 tliere were 52 vaciincies, viz., 5 patrolmen and 
17 reserve men. During the year 144 officers were appointed 
(including 50 reserve men), 1<8 discharircd, 5 resigned, G 
retired on pension and 9 died. (Sec tables II., III. and V.) 

Inspector Benjamin D. Burley died Feb. 22, 1889. He 
was appointed on the iwiice force June 11, 1855 ; promoted 
sergeant May G, 18G7 ; promoted lieutenant Oct. 13, 18G8 ; 
appointed inspector of intelligence offices Oct. 21, 1878. 
He was appointed police commissioner April 21, 1882, and 
served for one year in tliat capacity ; and was then reap- 
pointed inspector of intelligence offices, in which office he 
contiiuied. until his death. 

Captain George F. Goold died March 24, 1889. He was 
appointed on the force Oct. 2, 18G5 ; promoted sergeant 
March 29, 18G9 ; promoted lieutenant May 9, 1870; pro- 
moted captain and harbor master October, 1878. 

Lieutenant Byron F. Bragdon was promoted to be captain 
April 13, 1889, passing the civil service examination with a 
percentage of 82.4-25. He was appointed harbor master on 
the day of his promotion to the captaincy. 

Inspector Edward F. Gaskin was promoted to be captain 
May 4, 1889, his standing on the civil service list being 
87.32. 

Sergeants John J. Hanley , Benjamin A. Durgin and Patrick 
Lee were promoted to l)c lieutenants, their respective stand- 
ing on the civil service list being 92.23, 90.35 and 83.57. 

Patrolmen George M. Carr, Edward W. Burns, George 
D. Yeaton, John H. ^lorse and Millard M. Frohock were 
])romoted to be sergeants, their respective standing on the 
civil ser%'ice list being 89.49, 88.83, 83.83, 82.80 and 82.07. 

Patrolman Ithamar A. Mereen was promoted to be ser- 
geant under a special non-competitive examination, the duties 
to which he was assigned requiring special qualifications. 
His standing on the list was 71.6. 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 5 

Lieutenant Ira C. Foster was appointed inspector of puT>- 
lic caiTiages, to fill the vacancy caused by the promotion of 
Captain Edward F. Gaskin. 

Assistant Keeper of City Prison Albert S. Buswell re- 
signed April 6, 1889, and Patrolman Theodore H. Kessel- 
hutii was appointed to fill the vacancy. 

Assistant Matron ^lary M. Stevens resigned June 29, 
1889, and Mrs. Mary F. Davis was appointed to fill the 
vacancy. 

Captain Oliver Ayres was retired May 6, 1889. He was 
appointed on the force Jan. 23, 1873 ; promoted captain 
Feb. 2, 1874. 

Inspector Timothy R. Page was retired March 30, 1889. 
He was appointed on ihe force April 27, 1863, and made 
inspector of wagon licenses Oct. 21, 1878. 

Lieutenant Wilber Laskey, Jr., was retired Dec. 28, 

1888. He was appointed on the force in December, 1873; 
promoted sergeant Feb. 18, 1879 ; promoted lieutenant July 
19, 1883. 

Lieutenant William C. Downing was retired Nov. 13, 

1889. He was appointed on the force Aug. 5, 1874; pro- 
moted sergeant Oct. 21, 1878 ; promoted lieutenant July 18, 
1883. 

The average number of men absent from duty on agcount 
of sickness was 17 per day, or 2.14 per cent, of the regular 
force. (Sec Table IV.) 

During the year ninety-eight complaints against officers 
were investigated by the Board. The nature of complaints 
and dir^position of cases is shown by Table VI. 

Under the provisions of chapter 423 of the Acts of 1889, 
two hundred and eighty-six special police officers were ap- 
pointed for duty at the polls on tbe day of the State election. 

Horses. 

On the 1st of December, 1888, there were 38 horses in 
the service. During the year 1 horse died, 9 were sold and 
exchanged and 7 were purchased. At the present time there 
arc 46 in service, a^ shown by Table VII. 

Ten horses were hired for mounted service in the suburban 
portions of the city, from July 3 to August 28, at an expense 
of $570. 



FIFTir ANNUAL REPORT 



Work of the Depaktjient. 

Arrests. 

The total number of persons arrested was 40,060, against 
36,009 the preceding year, being an increase of 4,0.'>7. Tiie 
percentage of increase was as follows : — 



Offences against tlie person, .... 
Offences against propcrtj', conmiitlcd with violence, . 
Offences again.st property, eouiniitted without violence. 
Malicious offences against propert}-, .... 
Forgery and offences against the currency, . 
Offences against the license laws, ..... 
Offences against chastity, morality, etc., 
Offences not included in the foregoing, 



Per ccn(. 

. Increase, 4J 



'It '1 



Six thousand seven luuulrcd and nineteen persons were 
aiTested on warrants, and 33,347 without warrants; 35,829 
persons were held for trial, and 4,237 were released from 
custody. The number of males arrested was 34,283 ; of 
females, 5,783; of foreigners, 19,713, or approximately, 50 
per cent. ; of minors, 5,161. Of the total number arrested, 
12,559, or 31 per cent., were non-residents. (Sec tables 
Vm. and IX.) 

The nativity of prisoners was as follows : — 



38 

1-4 

28-1 

16 

16 

2(M 

■2 

16 

20 

69 

127 

2 

8 

2 



United States, . 


. 20,353 


AVales, . 


British Provinces, . 


. 3,111 


Belgium, . 


Ireland, . 


. 11/01 


Russia, 


England, . 


. 1,72.-, 


South America 


France, 


Ill 


Holland, . 


Germany, . 


601 


China, 


Italy, 


524 


East Indies, 


Portugal, . 


40 


West Indies, 


Sweden, . 


329 


Austria, 


.Scotland, . 


(iSG 


Poland, 


Spain, 


13 


Norway, . 


Switzerland, 


14 


Africa, 


Hungary, . . . 


n 


Turkey, . 


Greece, 


20 


Asia, . 


Australia, . 


1 




Arabia, 


1 


Tot.ll, 


Denmark, . 


40 





40,060 



As compared witli last year, the increase and decrease in 
arrests for principal oflences were as follows : — 



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10 FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Taking the statistics of arrests for ten years, beginning 
with 1S80, and estimating the average population of the 
city at 386,300, the average number of arrests was 31,022. 
The number of arrests in the past j'ear was 40,060, or 
9,044 above the average. (See Table X.) 

The proportion of arrests to offences committed daring 
the year was most satisfactory, and shows a commendable 
degree of efficiency on the part of the force. Taking four 
of the most common offences against persons and property, 
the statistics are as follows : — 

Assaults : number of cases, 2,481 ; arrests made in 2,335 
of these cases, or 94-^i^ per cent. ; persons aiTested, 2,873 ; 
persons convicted, 2,141, or Tif^j per cent. ; and 38 cases 
unfinished. 

Robbery, and assault to rob: number of cases, 137; 
arrests made in d6 cases, or 70 per cent. ; persons ar- 
rested, 109 ; persons convicted, 49, or 44^*^ per cent. ; cases 
unfinished, 9. 

Breaking and entering: number of cases, 571; arrests 
made in 275 cases, or 48 J^y per cent. ; persons aiTcsted, 554 ; 
persons convicted, 352, or 63-j5jj per cent. ; 40 cases pending. 

Larcenies (of $10 and more in value) : number of cases, 
2,502; arrests made in 1,482 cases, or 59^2^ per cent.; 
persons arrested, 1,670; persons convicted, 1,269, or 75j^^ 
per cent. ; 25 cases unfinished. 

There were 354 cases in which the stolen property was 
recovered, l)ut no arrests made. 

The age and sex of persons arrested will be found in 
Table XL Of the total number, 24,452, or 61 per cent., 
were between the ages of 20 and 40. 

Miscellaneous Business. 

Abandoned children cared for, ...... 58 

Accidents reported 1,518 

Buildings found open and made secure, .... 2,776 

Cases investigated, 9,208 

Dangerous buildings reported, 21 

Dangerous chimneys reported, 37 

Dead bodies cared for, . . . • 165 

Defective cesspools reported 210 1 

Defective drains and vaults reported 57 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



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Defective fire alarms and clocks reporfe<l 

Defective gas pipes roportetl, 

Defective hydrants reporte<I, 

Defective lamps rcj>orled, 

Defective scucrs reported, . 

Defective streets and walks reporteil, 

Defective water pii>es rei>orted, . 

Disturbances suppressed, 

Kxtra duties perf<'nncd, 

Fire alarms ^vcii, 

Kires extingui.-hwi. 

Intoxicated persons assiste<l, 

Lost cliildrcii restored, . 

Insane persons taken in charge, . 

Missing persons rcjH)rt«'d, 

Missing i)crsons found, . 

J^odgers at station houses, . . 

Persons -rescuetl from drowning, . 

Sick and injunti persons assisted, 

Stray teams put up. 

Street obstructions removed. 

Water nmning to waste reported. 

Witnesses detained, 

Value of ]>ro])ertT taken from prisoners and lodgers 

Value of i)roperty rcporte<l stolen in the city, 

Value of jiropcrty recovered. 

Amount of fines imposed bj- courts, 

Total years of imprisonment. 

Total days of attendance in court by officers. 

Total amount of witness fees eame<l, . 



20 
15 
52 

1,993 

15 

11, ICO 

125 

1,348 

18,334 

549 

4U 

92 

1,783 

247 

147 

88 

3,127 

31 

2,838 

329 

50,550 

212 

222 

fC0,80t 28 

72^22 64 

122,330 58 

177,870 02 

2.052}! 

33,577 

?3 1,299 89 



from last 
charge ; a 



There was an increase of about 7? per cent 
year in the naniher of insane persons taken in 
decrease of 1| per cent, in the number of witnesses de- 
tained, an increase of 49| per cent, in the number of sick 
and injured persons assisted, and an increase of 7^^^ per 
cent, in the number of lost children cared for. 

The average amount of stolen property reported since 
1880 was $95,113.08; in 1889 it was $72,822.64, or 
$22,290.44 less than the average. In the same period the 
average amount of property stolen in and out of the city, 
which was recovered by the Boston police, was $115,960.73 ; 
the amount recovered in 1889 was $122,330.58, or $6,369.85 
more than the average. 

The average amount of fines imposed by the courts was 
$94,597.16; in 1889 the amount was $177,876.62, or 



12 FIFTH ANiNUAL REPORT 

$83,279.46 more than the average. The average number 
of clays' attendance in court was 23,29(5; in 1889 there 
were 33,577, or 10,281 more than the average. The 
average amount of witness fees earned was $22,519.11 ; 
in 1889 the amount was $8,780.78 more than the average. 
Table X. ffives the figures in detail. 

The department made sixty-nine raids on gambling houses, 
and seized property to the amount of $0,040. The number 
of persons arrested on these raids was 292. It has been only 
with the greatest difficulty that the department has been able 
to procure evidence sufficient to obtain warrants for the 
purpose of making these raids. Legislation is needed to 
prevent the granting of charters to places of this character, 
under the guise of social and literary clubs. 

Mr. Isaac F. Paul was employed, under the authority 
given by chapter 419 of the Acts of 1889, to furnish such 
legal assistance as might be required by the Board, and his 
services have been of decided benefit to the department. 

Ini'peclorii' Deparlment . 
The statistics of the work of this branch of the. service arc 
included in the statements of the general work of the depart- 
ment; but, as the duties are of a special character, the fol- 
lowing statement will be of interest : — 

Xiiiiibcr of pin-sons arrested, print-ip.illy for felonies, . . 413 
Fugitives from justice from other States arrested .and de- 
livered to oflicers from tliose States, 21 

Xuinber of eases investigated, \fi'i\ 

Number of da3-s spent in court bj' clliccrs, .... 1,1-IC 

Amount of fees earned by oflicers, $1,079 80 

Amount of stolen property recovered, .>4^20 59 

Amount of tines imjioscd 1)3' court, l/>5o .50 

Number of jears' imprisonment imposed b}' court, . . 2-18 

Number of photographs added to the " Rogues' GaHer}-," . 1C5 

The " Rogues' Gallery" now contains 2,271 photographs. 
The records 'of 1,154 criminals have been added to the 
"Criminal Record" kept in this department, which now 
contains the records of 1G,187 criminals. The department 
has issued the prison reports of 624 discharged convicts, 
containing the full records, descriptions, distinguishing 



nOAKD OK POLICE. 



13 



marks, etc., of 387 convicts who were tlischargetl during the 
year, and whose records were considered of sufficient impor- 
tance to preserve. Other police departments were furnished 
with 192 copies of these reports. 



Medical Exctmiiiers' A'isisfant. 
The officer detailed to assist tiic medical examiners of 
Sullblk County perlbrmcd the following service: — 



Cases investigated, 

I)e.iths reported, — males, 373; females, 89; total. 



357 
462 



Afcident, . 

Homii-idp, 

JI ardor, . 

Mali)riRtiee, 

Infanticide, 

Suicide, 

Drownins:, 



Ciiiiscs of Death. 




102 


Alcoholism, 


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2 


2 


SuHbcation, 


1 


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23 


22 


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116 


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Tot.al, 


462 



Number of bodies unidentiticd, males, 1(>. Twelve were 
bodies found in the harbor and adjoining rivers, most of 
them badly decomposed and without any marks of identi- 
fication. Two were killed b\' railroad accident, and two 
committed suicide. 

The accidents include 73 deaths by railroad .nccident, 47 
of which occurred within the city limits, and 26 outside of 
the city, but wore brought to our hospitals, where death 
resulted. 



Number of inquests attended. 



98 



Ojm.'m of Death. 



Railroad accident. 
Homicide, . 
Infanticide, 
Slurder, . 
Malpractice, 
Fall of biiildinff. 



85 
I 
3 
2 
2 
1 



Fall of stage, . 
Arsenical poisonin;^. 
Death iindcr suspicious 
circutustances. 

Total, 



Number of witnesses summoned, .... 
Number of days' attendance at the municipal courts, 



98 



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14 FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Inspector of Claims. 
The work of the inspector detailed to assist the committee 
oa claims and the law department, in investigating claims 
against the city, was as follows : — 

Number of cases investigated, 194 

of witnesses inteniewed, 1,237 

of days in court, 34 

of days iu attendance on committee, .... 37 

of notices served, 12 

HacTcnetj Carriages. 
The work of the inspector of public carriages was as 
follows : — 

Number of carriages licensed, 1,371 

Licenses transferred, 38 

Licenses cancelled, 84 

Xnmber of carriages inspected, 1,099 

Nimiber of carriages rejected, . 137 

Number of carriages reinspectcd and i)asse<l, .... 132 

Drivers' licenses reported on, 1,610 

Complaints against drivers investigated, 57 

Warrants obtained, 8 

Days spent in court, 20 

Articles left in carriages, reported by citizens, .... 91 

Articles found in carriages, reported by drivers, . . . 112 

This year, for the first time, the insi>ector personally 
examined all public carriages before approving the appli- 
cations for licenses, and rejected all that were unfit for 
service. This inspection resulted in a marked improve- 
ment in the appearance of the vehicles, and was a public 
benefit. A rule was adopted, requiring the license number 
to be placed in carriage lamps, and the lamps to be lighted 
at night. 

Harbor Service. 

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

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

etc., recovered, . • $5,088 60 

Number of vessels boarded, from foreign ports, . . . 956 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 15 

yambrr of ressels onier»fl from tho channel to tlie proper 

aoe&onse. 1362 

Number of Tes<>els moT«il frntn channel with steamer, . 41 
Xamber ot cases in Trk&rti aiwistanco was rendered to wharf- 

injrert, 55 

I'entDM gnatetl vessels tw tBnAar^e cargo in stream, . . 31 

Abund of fire attended oa waiser front S3 

Fires extinguished withomt ahavn, i 

Boati cftta]kag<ed, 1377 

Sick aad iDJured pc^^oa^ afttitCetl 24 

Case$ inrestigateil, 2S4 

Dead i«»Ses recovered. 24 

Keseafd from drowning. 9 

Ve»*e4* onJerod to cockbSl yarttt, 16 

Ves4«fei«tlerpd to rig i»_p?>f>ortnt, 2 

The following arrirals were repoi^ed : — 

StaOjer ot arrivals fnraa fomrign ports during the year : — 

.StcaxDen. 610 

Shipii. 20 

Bariu, 161 

Brigs, 92 

Scboonen, 151 

LOW 

XumbtT of arrivals fn>m lifitoestic ports, vessels of all kindf . . 9,235 
From dM; British provinnw, 1,433 

T«Cal, foreign and <i>n»i»r*tje ports, 11,702 

The etAtute authorizing the Board of Police to appoint 
from the police force the harbor master and assistant harbor 
■Hasten, went into el&ct March 22, 1889. 

Licenses. 
The total number of licenses issued of all kind^, except 
for the sale of into3dL-aI[i^ liquor, was 21,33G; transferred, 
119 ; cancelled and rerofceil, 97G. The officers investigated 
1 ,.502 complaints arisin* under these licenses, and 42 hear- 
ings were given bv the Board on these complaints. The 
fees collected and pail into the city treasury amounted to 
$.'J4,»5.05. (See TaWe XII.) The department reported 
to the Boart^ of Hnlth on 604 applications for fruit, fish 
and vegetable peddkrs* and grease collectors' permits. The 
office* of insi>ector of ticettses and inspector of wagons were 
vacated by the death of Inspector Burley and retirement of 



1(1 Finn ANNUAL REPORT 

Insi>ector P;ige ; aiul, it being tliought inexpedient to fill the 
l)ositions, the duties were assigned to the captains of the 
several divisions. 

The laws relative to loaning money on personal property 
need to be revised and amended, so as to include those 
persons and corponitions who, under the name of " loan 
comjmnies," do what is practically a pawnbroking l)usincss, 
hut arc exempt from tlie regulations which govern pawn- 
brokers. Pawnbrokers are obliged to Ik; licensed, and to 
conform to such regulations as the licensing power may 
prescribe. They arc therefore practically under control ; 
for the fact that any misconduct or act of extortion can be 
punished by cancellation of license, compels them to deal 
fairh" with their custouiei-s, and obliges them to assist the 
police in detecting criminals and recovering stolen property. 
Loan companies, on the contrary, are free from all surveil- 
lance. They practise the most outrageous acts of extortion 
uix)n the unfortunate borrowers, and are now becoming 
the favorite depositories of stolen property', because thieves 
know that the police are unable to obtain information 
from them. They charge enonnous rates of interest with 
impunity, because the statute ^^■hich applies to such cases 
(chapter 308, 1888) is inoperative, from the fact that there 
is no penalty prescribed for its violation. 

Ambulance Service. 
The three department ambulances are stationed in Divi- 
sions 1, 4 and 7. Ambulance No. 1 made 354 runs, and 
conveyed 305 persons to the hospitals, 20 home and 13 to 
other places. Ambulance No. 2 made 352 runs, and cou- 
ve3'ed 307 persons to the hospitals, 30 home and 15 to other 
places. Ambulance No. 3 made 86 runs, and conveyed 
46 persons to the hospitals, 10 home and 4 to other places. 
(See Table XIII.) 

Soup for the 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 February 15 to April 6, 
inclusive, a period of tifty-one days. 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 17 

(Jallolis iiiadi' 6,401 

F:iiiiilii's siii'pli.'i!, 7,407 

MimIs lurni.-luHl. 37,629 

Tot:il iiiiiiwpnati'Ti . • . f2/»00 00 

Ainoiiiil i'\|u'iuU'il, 1,3U0 56 



|!;il:inoo u.u-\j.,-niU-.l ?1,I0D 44 

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Avi'ni;;c i-i>*t [»r nu-al ■ . . . 3j'j cents. 

Ouiiiir to tEiv oxcocdingi}' inikl weather, the demarnl for 
soup \v;is iiiuib Ifss ihan in former years, and the period of 
di.-triliiitioii lUGch >horter. Tlie total amount expended w.as 
less than in IS^S; hut, as tlic cost of preparation, such as 
rent of luiilditijis, services of cooks, etc., was about the 
sauie, the aven»i:e cost per gallon and per meal was greater. 
AVhilc tlie poUix? depaiiment is perfectly willing to assist the 
city authorities, it is proper to say that the distribution of 
soup is not, ru the opinion of the Board, a matter which 
comes within the scope of police duty. 

Police iI.\xuAL. 

Tho rules anj regulations for the government of the de- 
partment were revised, and the new edition promulgated 
January .">1. The revision was necessary from the fact that 
many of the oIJ nilcs had become obsolete, and that the 
changes which have been made in the department since 
the last manual was issued necessitated new rules to meet 
the changed ci>i»dition3. 

SvLK OF IXTOXICATIXO LiQLOR. 

Tho total number of places licensed for the sale of intox- 
icating liijuor in the license year Iwginning ^lay 1, 1889, 
was 780 ; licenses c:incelled, 25 ; licenses forfeited, 3. (See 
Table XI\'.) Total number November 30, 779; or one to 
every .OOl of the population, based on the census of 1885, 
and 1,010 less tk-n i:i 1888. Of these, 583 are licensed to 
sell to be druftk on the premises, or one to every G69 of 
the population. 



IS FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Number of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses, 

made to the Hoard of Police, 75 

Xiimber of hcarinj^s given 75 

Xumher of i)Iaccs where licenses were forfeited (licenses of 

1888) 2G 

Number of places where licenses were forfeited (licenses of 

1880) 3 

Number of druggist licenses forfeitetl (licenses of 1888), . . 6 

Number of druggist licenses forfeitcil (licenses of 188'.'), . 4 
Number of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses 

made in court, 29 

Arrests for sc1ii[ig withovit a license, 084 

Seizures made, 804 

.\mount of liquors seized (gjiUons), 8,512 

Number of applications for licenses rejected, .... 492 



The following shows the nature of the complaints upon 
which licenses were forfeited l)y the Board of Police from 
Dec. 1, 1888, to Nov. 30, 1889 : — 

Violation of .Sunday law, 12 

Opening unlicensed doors, 2 

Selling to minors, 3 

Selling to be drunk on ])remises, in violation of license, . . 13 

Selling liquor witlinut making record on Ixiok, .... 5 

Selling between hours of 1 1 o'clock r m and G o'clock a.m., . 1 

Keeping and exposing for sale liquors not allowed bj- license, . 1 

Selling to an into.xicatcd pci-son, 2 

Amount paid into the city treasury for license fees, 

$888,308. 

f 
Arrests for drunkenness averaged 68 per day during the 

year, or 6^ per cent, of the population.* There were 

1,947 more persons arrested than in 1888, — an increase of 

^iV P^'' ^^^^- ' 39^ per cent, of the arrested persons 

were non-residents, and 54| per cent, were of foreign 

birth. Eight hundred and thirty-eight persons were arrested 

for violating the liquor law, — 270 more than in 1888 ; and, 

of these persons, ^Q ^^^ per cent, were of foreign birth. 

The Board renews the recommendation that provision be 

made to continue in force the licenses of licensees who die 

during the license year. 

* PopuluioD minuted at 400,000. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 19 

FiXANCIAL. 

Ro(]uisitions were made on the city council for the sum ot 
II.Kid.JJSri.T.i, to meet the running expenses of the deiMrt- 
RHMit, including the jicnsioncd police officers, house of deten- 
tion and station-house matrons, for the present financial 
year. 

Tlio total expenditures for police purposes during the past 
year, including the [(cnsions, house of detention, station- 
bouso matrons and liquor-license expenses, but exclusive of 
the cost of the police-signal srsleiD, was $1,193,065.15. 
Frvim this should be deducted the amount received for uni- 
form cloth, etc., and paid into the treasury, — $12,050.C9, 
— leaving the net cost for maintaining the department 
$l.hSl,!»14.4fi. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasur}' from fees for 
lic\>nsos over which the police hare supervision was $923,- 
667. 85. (Sec Table XV.) 

The total payments on account of constructing the police- 
signal system amount to $137,657.78. The cost of mainte- 
ninco for the 3'ear was $31,897.59. 

Pe.nsioxs axd Benefits. 

On the 1st of Deceml>er, 188^, there were seventj'-eight 
pensioners on the roll. During the year four died, and six 
were added, viz., one captain, two lieutenants and three 
patrolmen, leaving eighty on the roll at date. A list of 
pensioners will be found in Table XVII. 

The pensions now amount to $30,917.95 per annum. 

Tho invested fund of the Police Charitable Fund on the 
1st of May, 1889, amounted to $191,450; cash in treasury, 
$1»1.88 ; income unexpended, $2,398.62. There were fifty- 
foor beneficiaries. 

Tho invested fund of the Police Relief Association now 
amounts to $3.3,927. The payments for the year amounted 
to $11,944.35. 

Por.icE-siGXAL Ststeji. 
The work of equipping the city with the municip.il police- 
signal system was completed in Xorember. Division 1 went 



20 FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

into service January 1, with 24 boxes; Division 10, Fel)- 
ruary 22, with 30 boxes; Division 11, May G, with 26 
boxes; Division 7, June 15, with 29 boxes ; Division 14, 
June 17, with 20 boxes; Division 2, October 14, witi> 18 
boxes; Division 12, November 11, with 30 boxes; Division 
16, November 17, witli 18 boxes; Division 13, November 
19, with 27 boxes. The total number of boxes in service is 
411, and the total number of miles of wire is 213^, and the 
average cost per mile was $99.10. 

An addition was built to the stable in Division 14, to 
accommodtitc tiie patrol wagon. Wagon houses are now in 
course of erection in Divisions 7 and 11, on land purchased 
b}- the city. No provision has yet been made for wagon 
houses in Divisions 12 and 13. It is not contemplated to 
equip Divisions 2 and 16 with wagons, for the present. 
There are now in use nine patrol wagons and nineteen 
horses in the patrol service, and one wagon and two horses 
in the repair department. During the year the wagons made 
23,621 runs, covering an aggregate distance of 1.5,689 miles. 
Twenty-four thousand three hundred and seventy-four pris- 
oners were conveyed to station houses ; 692 injured and 
insane persons were taken to station houses, tlie hospi- 
tals or their homes ; and 280 lost children were taken to 
station houses. There were 282 runs to fires, 486 runs 
for liquor seizures, and 481 runs for miscellaneous pur- 
poses. 

There were 99,685 telephone calls and 1,458,887 " on 
duty " calls sent over the lines. (See Table XVIII.) The 
force of inspectors was increased by the appointment of 
Jlessrs. G. W. Goodwin, C. W. Hobart and AV. F. Jordan ; 
and Wiliard Litchtield and W. R. Sweet were appointed 
battery men. 

The system has given perfect satisfaction, and has proved 
of great value to the public. It is now possible to communi- 
cate any information to the entire force on street duty inside 
of thirty minutes ; and this has, in several cases, been of 
great service in facilitating the arrest of criminals and the 
recovery of stolen property. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 21 

Lodging Houses. 
Attention is called to the increase in the number of cheap 
trnii>it-nt Io<lging houses, in which beds are f'urnished at 
from tt-u to thirty cents per night. These places acconimo- 
(liilc luauv rcsi)ec(able persons in necessitous circumstances, 
liul are Lirgcly resorted to by the idle and vicious, and 
often ksrI>or dangerous criminals. They should be required 
to be licensed, and to observe such regulations as the 
liccn>ing [>o\ver may establish. 

Special Services. 
During the 3"car Uvo events occurred that called for extra 
ficrviix-* from ail the available men on the force. The 
I'lc^idfut of the United States visited the city August 7, 
when a detail of 553 men was on dutv. The followinj; 
letter was received from the mayor on that occasion : — 

CiTr OP BosTOJf, K-tEiiTivE Department, 
At-«. S, isso. 

T(i llif H'/n^iral/lc Board of Police Coynmissioiicrs, B^sloii. 

GzsTLKMUs : — In behalf of the city of Boston, I thank you for 
tlic grtat zeal and skill with which j'our dcpaitnieiit has served 
during ihe President's visit. I request j'ou to coiivc}' the thanks 
of the tity to every member of your force. 

Respectfully, 
(Signed) Thomas N. Hart, 

Mayor. 

On ihe morning of Thanksgiving Day a general alarm of 
lire s-uMimoncd the whole force to duty. A detail of 549 
men was sent to the fire, and performed elKcicnt service. 
The followjnjj letters were received : — 

ClTT OP BOSTOX, EXXCCTIVZ Departmext. 
XoT. is, 1SS9. 

To Ptc Honorable the Board of Police Commissioner!'. 

GcxTLiaiiix : — In behalf of the city and the people of Boston, 
I thank your Honorable Board and the entire department under 
joiir cltarge for eminent and efficient ser\iccs rvndercd at the time 
of the givat fire to-d.ay. The police department was thoroughly 
well cuauuanded, and met all demands promptly. I request you 
to comuuuiicate th-s to the department. 

Respectfully, 
(Signed) Thomas X. IIakt, 

Mayor. 



22 FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

Office of the Boaiid of Fire CoMMissiONEns, 
City IUll, Boston. Dec. 5, 1SS9. 

To the Honorable Board of Police Commissioners. 

Gentlemen : — The fire commissioners desire to cordially thank 

you and 3'our department for 3'our prompt and eflicient assistance 

during and since the Thanksgiving Day conflagration. Wc realize 

that the demands upon that occasion were an extraordinary tax 

upon your men, as well as upon our own, and their judgment, 

alertness and firmness contributed much to the ultimate victory. 

Will you please convey our thanks to your department, and oblige 

Yours very truly, 

(Signed) Robeut G. Fitch, 

For the Board of Fire Commissioners. 

COXCLUSIOX. 

In concluding, it is the pleasant duty of the Bourd of 
Police to an;ain warinlv connncnd tiie conduct of the force 
during the past year. The record of tiie work of the depart- 
ment is sufEcient evidence that the police have been zealous 
and vigilant in the performance of their manifold duties, and 
it is believed that their services have been appreciated by 
the public. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. T. WHITING, 
AVILLIAM II. LEE, 
W. :\I. OSBORNE, 

Board of Foiice. 



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FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Tabi.k II. 
OJicers appoinled during the Year endinrj Xov. 30, i.95,9. 







l.cnKtti of 


K \ M E. 


Date of Appointment. 


.strvlcc oil Ite- 
hcrve Force. 


A];r<«r, Milton 11. 


Oct. 8, 1889, . 


14 months. 


Andrei. Lu\vi.-i J-y., 








Oct. S, " 


l'> 


AiiiH, Jamus K., . 








Apr. 'J, " 


9 


Itad^'Li-, (.'lirirlus A., 








.Ian. 10, " 





r.any, Daiiiul .S., 








Apr. 19, •' 


9 


Hciij.unin. W'vle II., 








Out. S, " 


10 


HiMitliliy. ricorjrc ([., 








Out. 8, " 


10 


linnvTi, 'riininas !•' , 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Hiiiklcv, .loliii, . 








Out. 8, " 


11 


lillllock, (/luiilu.s II., 








Jan. 10, " 





C'ailiLraii, .Miuliaul J , 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Caririuy, Jaiiius 1'., 








.Jan. 10, ■' 


r, 


C'oiran, \\illiain F , 








Apr. 19, '■ 


9 


Colby, Frcclci-iuk P., 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Corkcrv, Duniiis F., 








Apr. 9, " 


9 


Coyl.-, Cliarlus II , 








.Jan. 10, " 


G 


C'rituher.^on, U'illiani 


K, 






Ai)r. 19, " 


9 


CYos.s. .lanip.s A , 








.Ian. 10, " 


C, " 


Crowluy, Miuliaul II., 








Oct. 8, " 


10 


Cully, 'I'lionias .!., 








Out. 8, " 


10 


Cuiiniiiirliani. Francis 


W., 






Apr. 19, " 


9 


Ciirii-, .laiiiu.s (;., 








Out. 8, " 


It 


Curti.s Orlando II., 








Apr. 19, " 


i 9 


Daily, .Matthew J., 








Xov. 21, " 


l."> 


Dani'orlh, I'cnjaniin F 








Out. 8, " 


It 


I)c\tur. (iuoifrc A., 






Oct. 8. " 


11 


Dri-uoll, .luruniiah J., 






Xov. 21, '■ 


1.5 


Dunbar. Clarcncu JI., 






Apr. 9, " 


9 


K;ran. Janios A . 






Oct. 8, " 


10 


Kr.-kinc, Frank 15., 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Flaliirly, 'I'honias II., 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Fuller. .lames F., 








Ain-. 19, " 


9 


Galla^rliur. .lolm. 








Out. 8, " 


It 


Gihnoru, William .7., 








.Tan. 10, " 


(') 


Olaw.'ion, .John B , 








Out. 8, " 


Ft 


Goodman, William, 








Jan. 10, " 


C 


Gray, Forin .S., . 








Oct. 8, '■ 


U 


Gruun. 'I'lionia.s E., 








Out. 8, " 


10 


Gn.ird. Guorjre IF, 








Jan. 10, " 


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Hart, Daniel W., 








.Tan. 10, " 


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Ileiispy, .lamci, . 






, 


Jan. 10, " 


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Hickev, Tiniolhv .T., . 








Apr. 9, " • 


9 


Ilililreth, Allroii IF, . 








Apr. 19, " 


9 


Hill. Charles, . 








Jan. 10, " 


G 


Iloi-innfton, Charles \\ 


r 






Oct. 8, " 


10 


Iluckins, Frank W., . 








Jan. 10, " 


G 


Iluirhcs. .John K., 








Jan. 10, " 


6 


I lyland, William .!., . 








Jan. 10, " 


(i " 


Kearney, Thoraas F., . 








Jan. 10, " 


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BOARD OF POLICE 
Table II. — Concluderl, 



25 







Lrniclliof 


SAME. 


Dateof.Vpf.'iIntmftiL 


Scnlct on R«- 
•rrre Force. 


Kiiliv. l".>l\v:>i>l r. 


J.in. 2L I.H.s'J, . 


G month-:. 


I.uIr'V, l>:«tn.k J 


Oct. H. - 


n 


Lailcr. Orl «mK> I! 


Jan. 21, " 


G 


Lei-, .los,-i.l« V 


Jan 10, " 


1 (i " 


Liirvov. Kl>><'Ui;ui .1 


Jan. III. " 


1 G " 


M:ill. y, buriok 


Get. », " 


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Mcl)oiiou;;l«, J.-mu':: K., 


(Kt. .s, - 


1 H 


McKiiiliy. William S, 


Xov. 21, " 


!.-> 


M(l.;m;:hlin, I Vnu'!iu> J., . 


.\pr. l'», - 


".1 


Jlitch.U. .l;»ino.< n 


Oct. H, - 


j Id 


Mil<lioIl..lv.lm \V 


Jan. M, " 


G 


.Montn, .MN'ii 


Oct .X. •• 


H 


Morso. l!oU-ii .V. F 


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(X-t. M, " 


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Miinior. (;>-»>ivv' 11.. . . . . 


Olt. ,M. •• 


14 


NiikiTson, lU-rlHT« 1.. . . . 


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U 


O-Doim.ll, llu-_'l> K, . 


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Jan. 10, " 


G 


IVttin-ill. Willwm K.. 


.Ian. 10, - 


C 


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Nov. 21, - 


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.Tan. In, " 


G 


.SpooinT, Sumuol M 


Apr. i:), - 


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.Ian. In, " 


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Spniji.io, .loliu K 


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l.i 


St:irbii>l, Soimior F 


Jan 21, " 


(> 


Stur.liv;iut. .\lfi\il .M.. 


Jan. 21, " 


G 


SuHivan. Miilcu-l J., . 


.Ian. 10. » 


G 


Supplo, TluMuas F^ . . . . 


Oct. .M, " 


14 


Tamk, lUun (.'., .... 


.\pr. r.), " 


9 


Tewhart, l.»>\vi< 


Oct. H, - 


14 


TwdiiiMv, (<^^>^v^^ AV., 


Jan. M, " 


G 


\Valkor,'\V»lli,«u> a 


(Xt. M, - 


14 


White, K<hviii>l J., . . 


Apr. VJ, •' 


".» 


Williamson, .\lv_v IV . 


.Ian. 10, - 


G 


W'ilson, Lewis if 


Jan. 10, " 


G 


W'liyht, .lames F., .... 


Oct. », - 


14 



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a 



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1 


1 1 


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1 'I' 


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1 


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1 


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CO 


CO 




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1 


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1 


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1 


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1 


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00 
CO 


f-H 


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r-t 






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1 


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c 






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to 


s 


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s 



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1 


1 


1 


1 


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1 


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BOARD OF POLICE. 



47 



1 


1 


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1 


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1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


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CI 


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f-i 


ci 







1 




1 


1-H 


IM 


to 


s^ 


t-< 


•3 


(M 


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' 


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CI 






1-4 


CI 


1 


1 


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f^ 


1 


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CJ 





1 




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s 


CI 


1 


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1 


o 


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1 


M 




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CI 


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1 


1 


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1 


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1 


1 


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48 



FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



"a 



o 
c 













1 


1—1 


tM 


<M 


CO 


1 


CO 


1 


, 


00 


CO 


CO 




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o 


1 


t* 


8 


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to 


o 


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CI 


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CO 




e -: 


« 




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oo 








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r>. 




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1-H 


t— ( 














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CO 




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c^ 


1 


CI 


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00 


^^ 


CO 


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1 


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to 




00 








c-i 


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to 














p. 




i 
























CO 




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00 


rH 


I-( 


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o 


1 


1 


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r 


CI 


CO 


CO 




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CI 


cr> 


to 


« 


o 


1 


r- 


CI 


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IM 








ci 


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BOARD OF POLICE. 



49 



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ci 


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53 



Table XII. 

Licensts of AH Classes', except for Sale of Liquor, issued, etc., 
during the Tear ending Nov. 30, 1889. 



CUlSS of LICESSK. 


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141 


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3 


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$282 00 


IJillisnU pool and sippio 
table aad bowling alley,. 


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8 


16 


2 


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1,378 00 


CunimoB victualler, . 


C31 


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16 


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24,003 80 


Driver, eab 


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33 


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30 


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Driver, kackney carriage, . 


7S8 


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9 


57 


3 


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Driver, omnibus, 


41 


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10 


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Hackney carriage, 


1/^2 


38 


84 


506 


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1.082 00 


Innliolikr. . . . . 


27 


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lufelligvnce office. 


III 


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5 


31 


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555 00 


Itinerant musician, 


SCI 


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8 


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150 50 


Junk ilealer and eolkftor, . 


290 


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20 


9 


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580 00 


I'awnbcviker, 


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521 


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1,060 00 


Priv.nte "Jrtective, 


9 


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90 00 


Second-bud articles, . 


140 


7 


7 


196 


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700 00 


Second-fatnd clothing. 


81 


6 


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67 


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405 00 


Strvet nilway, conductor 
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1.151 


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660 


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287 75 


Wagon, . . . . 


4^21 


31 


104 


110 


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4,321 00 


T»*il, .... 


i\^36 


119 


976 


1,502 


42 


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.Al)plieatx»ns for permits to peddle fish, fruit and vegetables, . 604 

Investigated .ind approved, 546 

Invcsiijaled and disapproved, 58 



54 



FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Table XIII. 








Ambulance Service. 






CONVEYED TO- 


Ambulance 

No. 1, 
Division ]. 


Ambulance 

No. 2, 
Divisiou i. 


I Ambulance 

No. 3, 

Dirlslon 7. 


ToI»I. 


City Ilospitjil 


190 


2o3 


46 


489 


Massachusetts General Hospital, . 


106 


44 


15 


165 


Children's Hospital, 


4 


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4 


Homoeopathic Hospiial, 


- 


2 


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2 


Camey Hospital, .... 


1 


3 


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4 


L}-ing-in Hospital, 


3 


5 


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8 


M.irine Hospital, .... 


1 


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1 


2 


Chardon Street Home, . 


1 


3 


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4 


Deer Island boat, .... 


3 


5 


2 


10 


City Prison 


3 


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3 


Home, 


20 


30 


16 


66 


Morgue, 


1 


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2 


Boston & Maine Depot, 


2 


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2 


Xew York &Ne\v England Depot, 


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1 


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1 


Old Colony Dejwt, 


- 


1 


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1 


Police Station 2 


3 


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- 


3 


Police Station 4, . 


- 


3 


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3 


Police Station 7, . 


- 


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2 


2 


Held in reserve at explosion. 
Summer Street 


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1 


_ 


1 


Services not required, . 


16 


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4 


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Total 


354 


352 


86 


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BOAED OF POLICE. 



55 



TxBix xrv. 

Number of Place* Uaemjed to sell Intoxicating Liquors from 
May 1 to S>yv. 30, 1889. 



CLASS or iMTxse. 



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1st innholder "A." . . ,! 35 

let innbolder " B.- . . .\ 11 

1st victunller, . . . . f 506 

2d victualler, . .... 43 

4th distiller, ' • 3 

4th wholesale dealer "B." . ,[ 69 

4th grocer, . . . . . [ 88 

5th brewer, . . . . . [ 21 

5th bottler \ ^^ 

Total I 807 



13 
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500 

40 

3 

fi9 

74 

39 

39 



779 



In addition to the aRore, there have been granted 256 
druggist and 30 tpecxal efaib licenses. Of the drn<»^»T5t 
licenses, 7 hare been exue^ied and 4 forfeited. 



56 



FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Table XV. 

Financial Statement for the Year ending Xov. 30, 1SS9. 



EXPEXDITUKES. 

P;ij of the officers, 

Fuel and light, . 

Water and ice, . 

Furniture 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, 

Kent and care of telephone and telegraph wires, 

Care and keeping of horses, harnesses and veliicles 

Purchase of horses and vehicles, . . ~ . 

Carting prisoners to and from stations and city pri; 

Feeding prisoners, 

Medical attendance, 

Transpoi'tation, 

Pursuit of criminals, 

Cloth for uniforms and uniform helmets. 
Pensions, ....... 

Badges, buttons, clubs, belts, insignia, etc., 
Miscellaneous, car-fare for otBcers, etc., . 



Total $1,15G,UG 32 



on. 



fl,0I9,573 79 

1.5,613 73 

3,305 05 

9,225 77 

5,796 33 

10,907 87 

3,877 59 

3,978 96 

3,762 42 

8,778 88 

2,358 00 

5,407 50 

1,593 49 

4,781 98 

508 95 

1,219 33 

12,368 29 

30,917 95 

4,006 06 

8,164 38 



Expenses of house of detention and station-liouse matrons. 
Expenses of license department, . . . . . 



7,4.53 03 
30,365 80 



Total §1,193,965 15 



Receipts. 
For all licenses (except for sale of liquor),* 
For sale of unclaimed property. 
Dog licenses (credited to school department),* 

Total 

For liquor licenses, , 

Total, ... ... 

Amount received for uniform cloth, etc., . 

Total 



$10,891 25 
464 80 

24,003 80 

$35,359 85 
888,303 00 

$923,667 85 
12,050 69 

$935,718 54 



Credited to police department. 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



57 



Table XVI. 

Pai/ments on Accotint of constructing and naiHlainitig the Police 
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CossrECCTiox AXD Egni'MENT. 

Pa\-nunts to Nov. 30. 18S8, . 
Wires, fixtures, poles, etc., 

Lalior 

Buililing stables and wagon houses, 
Stable and wagon-house furniture, 
Wagons and harnesses, 
Horses, . 



Signalling apparatus, 
Kcnts, fuel, g:is, etc.. 
Miscellaneous,. 



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21,202 70 

1376 47 

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Year ending Kov. 30. 1SS9. 
Wire, hardware, lumber »nd other materials, fl.2o6 71 

Laljor 8,7lt7 07 

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5,690 29 
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1,514 30 
4«4 09 
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1,079 03 
1.718 43 
2.362 76 



Hay, grain, shoeing, etc. 

Rent of telephones. 

Rent of buildings. . 

Exchange of horses. 

Stable supplies and furniture. 

Repairs on buildings. 

Repairing wagons, harnesses, etc 

Fuel, gas and water, 

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Batteries and -supplies, . 



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