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PUBLIC DOCUMF-NT 



Xo. 41«. 



KRiKTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Decembeu, 1902 




BOSTON : 

WRIO.IIT & POTTER PRI5TIK(; CO.. STATK TRINTERS, 

18 Post f.vncE. ixjVAitK. 

1503. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT 



No. 49. 



EIGHTEENTH AXXUAL REPOKT 



BOARD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTOX. 



Dece>iber, 1902, 




BOSTON : 

WRIGHT & POITEK I'KINTIXG CO.. STATE I'RIXTERS. 

18 Post Okkice Square. 

1903. 



ApritovKi> iiY 
I C; V ' Thk Statk lioAHU OF Publication. 



CONTEiSTTS, 



.ition 



Police department, 

Rates of pay. 

Division boundaries, 

Legal service. 

Public parks, 

Public lodging-houses 

Pure alcohol. 

Small loans. 

Commendations, 

Vehicles, 

Horses, 

Arrests, 

Miscellaneous business. 

Illegal gaming, . 

Bureau of criminal investijr; 

Itinerant musicians 

Inspector of claims and medical examiners' assistant. 

Public carriages, . 

Harbor service, . 

Ambulance service. 

Licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquor, 

Miscellaneous licenses, 

Permits to deliver liquor, 

Drunkenness, 

Financial, 

Pensions and benefits. 

Special events. 

Police signal service, . 

Conclusion, . 

Distribution of police force. 

Xamcs of officers who were i)roni<>ted during th 

Names of officers who died during the year. 

List of officers retired during the year. 

Number of men in active service. 

Officers discharged and resigned during the year. 



o 
6 
6 
13 
U 
15 
15 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
20 
20 
20 
22 
22 
23 
24 
25 
25 
26 
27 
27 
27 
28 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 

35 
36 



CONTENTS. 



Absence from duly by leiisoii of sicknt-si during the 

Complaints against olliccis during the year. 

Number and distribution of horsos, . 

Arrests by divisions during tlie year. 

Arrests for year, by ofl'onces. 

Comparative statement of oflcnces, . 

Comparative statement of crime a-^ lo jM>pulatioii, 

Age and sex of persons arrested. 

Licenses of all classes, 

Dog licenses issued, .... 

Financial statement, .... 

Pavnients on account of signal system. 

Accidents, 

Department medal awarded. 



year. 



PAOI 

37 
38 
40 
41 
42 
b:j 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
64 



REPORT. 



tttirxJUAETEKS OF THE POUCE DEPAKTMEXT, 

Or3ry<x of the Board or Police, 29 Pemeerton Sqcarb, 
Boston, Doc. 1, 1902. 

To nu Exc<-i]eneT W, McKEAT Craxe, Oovernor. 

Yovi: KxrELLEStcT : — The Board of Police for the city of 
Boston, in cotuj»3iiace with the provisions of chapter 323 of 
the Act.-? of 1->K.\ las the honor to submit the following report 
of the work of iLe polite department for the year endinsr Nov. 
30, 1902. 

The Df.p.\rtmext. 

Officers. 

The police <iie| laartmcnt as at present constituted is composed 
of: — 

Board of PoB«r, 3 

Clerk of the Bftari. 1 

SiiperiDlentfiafl <jd' police, ....... 1 

Dcput}- gapesrxuttiitlents of police, 3 

Chief inspecaar, 1 

Captain?. 24 

Inspectors, 22 

Inspet-torof rfaurriiCTS 1 

Lieutenants, 3-t 

Sergeants, 62 

I'ntrolinen. I,0(>0 

Re.*crve offiriers. 100 

AsfUtant te«5«Rrisf city prison, ...... 1 

Matrons of iint»e«-f detention, ...... 4 

Matrons of .^ai^dc Eionses, ....... 7 

Director of ajanH aervice, 1 

Assistant (lir*KiUir«f signal service, 1 

Foreman,. . 1 

Signal men, .......... 6 

Methanics, .......... 2 

Linemen, 5 

Driver, .,. 1 

Oronndmnn. 1 

Firemen on j»»ffiiue steamers, ....... 8 

Van drivers. --........ 2 

Ffirerjian of *liiiblft. ......... \ 

Hostlerfs 11 

Assistant 9t«ejnjcra»fcitv prison 1 

•lanilors, . 18 



6 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

The di.striluition of the force is shown by T;ihlc I. On 
Novcnihor 30 there were Gl vacancies, viz., 8 patrolmen, 53 
reserve men ;uul 1 assistant keeper. During tlie }ear 75 offi- 
cers were appointed (iiicliiding 15 reserve men), 5 disciiarged, 
11 resigned (including 3 reserve men), 24 retired on [jcnsion 
and 8 died. (See Tables III., IV. and VI.) 

Hatks of Pay. 

The following arc the established rates of police salaries: — 

Su])erintenilent, ?4,000 per annum. 

Dcpuly superintendent.*! 3,000 each, per uniuim. 

Chief inspcctiir 2,800 per annum. 

Captain.<i, . 2fiO() each, per annum. 

Insjieclor.^, . 1,600 each, per annum. 

Ivieulenants, . 1,600 each, per annum. 

Sergeants, 1,400 each, jicr annum. 

Patrolmen: tirst year of service, $1,000: second year, 
$1,100; third year and after, $1,200. 

Reservemcn : tirst year of service, $2 per day; second year, 
$2.25 per day ; third year and after, $2.50 per day. 

Division Boundauies. 

The following are the boundaries of the several jiolice 
-divisions : — 

Division i\^o. 7. — Beginning at a point on the harbor line 
at equal distance between T AN'harf and Long Wharf; thence 
northerly and westerly by the harl)or lino to the Charles River 
bridge, to and including one-half the draw on said bridge; 
thence liy the Clnirle.s River channel through and including 
one-half the drawbridges of the Warren bridge and the Fitch- 
burjr railroad bridij:o ; thence to the Cambridjre line ; thence 
by the Cambridge line to a jioint opposite the centre of Nashua ! 
Street; thence to and through the centre of Nashua Street to 1 
Causeway Street; thence through the centre of Causeway 
Street to Portland Street; thence through the centre of Port- 
land Street to Hanover Street ; thence through the centre of 
nano\cr Street to Union Street ; thence through the centre 
of Union Street to a point opposite the centre of Faneuil Hall ; 
thence through the centre of Faneuil Hail and Faneuil Hall 
market to Commercial Street ; thence through the centre of 



Ut03.] PUI'.LIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 7 

Cdiniiicicial Street to South Market Street; thence through 
tlic centre of Soulli MarUct Street to Athuitic Avenue; thence 
tliroui^Ii tlic centre of Atlantic Avenue to :i point at equal 
distance Ixtwccn T A\'iiarf and Long Wharf; thence to the 
jxiint of lii'giniiing. 

The .station hou.-sc is located on Hanover Street, near Cross 
Street. 

Divifloii yo. 2. — Hcginiiing at a point on the harbor line 
at equal distance l)ctuccn T Wharf and Long Wharf; thence 
to a point on Atlantic Avenue at equal distance Wtwcen T 
■\Vliarfand Long Wharf; tlicnce through the centre of Atlantic 
Avenue to .'^outli Market Street : thence through the centre of 
South [Market Street to Couunercial Street; thence through 
the centre of Commercial Street to a point opposite the centre 
of Faneuil Hall market : thence through the centre of Faneuil 
Hail market and Faneuil Hall to a point opposite the centre 
of Faneuil Hall ; thence to and through the centre of Union 
Street to Hanover Street ; thence through the centre of Han- 
over Street to Tremont Row: thence through the centre of 
Tremont K'ow to Howard Street: thence through the centre 
of Howard Street to Somerset Street; thence througli the 
centre of .Somerset ."^treet to Beacon Street; thence through 
the centre of Beacon Street to the south-west side of Park 
Street ; thence hy the ?outh-west side of Park Street to Tre- 
mont Street; thence l>\' the north-west side of Tre^iont Street 
to Winter Street; thence through the centre of Winter Street 
to Summer .Street : thence through the centre of Sunnner 
Street to the centre of Fort Point channel; tliencc through 
the centre of said Fort Point channel to and including one- 
jialf the drawbridge on the Congress Street hridge; and by 
the hariior line to the |xiint of beginning. 

The sl;ition hf)use is located in Court Square. 

Division yo. .'>'. — Beginning at a point on the Cambridge 
line opposite the centre of Nashua Street; thence to and 
through the centre of Nashua Street to Causeway Street; 
thence through the centre of Causewa}' Street to Portland 
Street ; thence through the centre of Portland Street to Hano- 
ver Street; thence through the centre of Hanover Street to 
Tremont Kow ; thence tiirough the centre of Tremont Row to 
Howard Street; thence through the centre of Howard Street 



8 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

to Somerset Street ; thciicc tliroiigli the centre of Sontersct 
Street to Beacon Street: tlicnce tlirougli the centre of Beacon 
Street to the soiitli side of Park Street: thence I)}' tlic soutli 
side of lieacon Street to Cliarles Street: tlicncc hy the centre 
of Beacon Street to Brinnner Street ; thence hy the centre of 
Brimmer Street to Back Street ; tlience througli the centre of 
Back Street to Otter Street ; tliencc tliroiigh the centre of Otter 
Street ;in4 Otter Street extended to the Camliridgc line in 
Charles Kircr ; thence l)y the Cambridge line to tlic point of 
beginning. 

The stalion house is located on Joy Street, near Cambridge 
Street. 

Division yo. 4. — Beginning at the centre of tlic Fort Point 
channel opposite the centre of Summer Street ; thence to and 
through t?ie centre of Summer Street to Winter Street; tiience 
to and throngli the centre of Winter Street to the north-west 
side of Tremont Street; tlicnce b\- the north-west side of Tre- 
monl .■^treet to the south-west side of Park Street; thence by 
the south-Trcst side of Park Street to the south side of Beacon 
Street to Chailes Street ; thence through the centre of Charles 
Street to Park Square ; thence through the centre of Park 
Square ais'I the centre of Columbus .Vvcnue to the Boston & 
Allwiny railroad tracks on Columbus Avenue ; thence through 
the ceutre of said tracks to Broadway: thence through the 
centre of Broadway to antl including one-half the drawbridge 
on the Broadway bridge ; thence northerly In' the Fort Point 
channel tJirougli and including one-half the drawbridge on the 
Federal Street bridge, the Mt. AVashington Avenue bridge, and 
the New England railroad bridge to the jwint of beginning. 
The station house is located on La rirange Street. 
Dirixlfia Xo. o. — Beginning at a point in the centre of the 
draw on Broadway bridge; thence through Broadway to the 
Boston & Albany railroad tiacks ; thence through the centre of 
the PM>ston & All)any railroad tracks to the railroad tracks of 
the Xew York, Xew Haven & Ilaitford railroad, Providence 
division; thence through tlio centre of said latter tracks to 
Camden Street ; thence through the centre of Camden Street to 
Wa.shingtf>n Street ; thence through the centre of Washington 
Street to p^ast Lenox Street ; thence through the centre of 
Eaift Lenox Street to Fellows Street : thence through the 



lOO.i.] PrBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 49. 9 

centre of Fellows .street to N'.rtliaiiipton Street ; theii<^-e 
tlirouijli the centre of Nortli:iini>t(»a .Street to Allniny Street; 
tlieni-e tlirouL'h the centre of Alfoiiy ."^trcet to M;iss:Kliiije-tts 
Aveiuie ; thence thron^rh tlie centre of Mussachusetts Avenue 
to t!ie Koxhurv i^-jnal ; thence thrrrujrli the centre of the Rox- 
Imrv c;in:il to .-i {x.int opposite the centre of Kast Brookline 
.Street ; tlicnce to :i ])oint at the north-easterly end of Pine 
!--ImiuI: thence throuuli the centre of South Hay and Fort Point 
. haniiel throudi and inchuiinjz one-half the dniw of the Dorer 
.Street l)ri<ltrc to tlie point of hcirinnin^r. 

The -tat ion hou-*' is located on FIa«t Dedhani Street. 

Dii-i-iioii X". fJ. — Ileirinninjr at a jK>iiit on the harl)or line 
I pposite the centre of Dorchester ."^trcet ; thence throujrh tlie 
centre of Dorchester .Street to Andrew .<qnarc ; thence thn»ajdt 
the centre of Andrew- .Stju.ire to B«:-t«ii .^treet; thence thmoidi 
the centre of Boston .Street to Willow Court ; thence thwiigh the 
centre f)f Willow Court and Willow Court extended to the New 
iCntrland railroad tracks : thence l>y the eastern boundary of ^aid 
niilroad tracks to a point (ii>p(>she the north-easterly end of 
Pine Island ; thence to a point at the noilh-easterly end of I'ine 
Islaiul : thence throairh tlie centre of .South I5ay and Fort Point 
channel throuirh and inchidinj; one-half the dniwliridires of the 
Dover Street. Broadway, Federal Street, Mt. A\'ashinirt<»n 
Avenue, New England niilroad and Coiiirre.ss Street hridjres to 
the harhor line on liie northerly jtoint of .South Boston ; thence 
e.tsterly and southerly along said Ilue to the point of l>eginning. 

The station house is located on Broadway, near C Street. 

IHvixiiDi yo. 7. — Includes all the territory within the limits 
of East I'oston and Breed's Island, 

The station house is loaded t>u Meridian Street, near Parii* 
Street. 

Divi-ivin Xo. S. — Emlinices aad includes all the water* in 
!hc inner harlmr out-iide the harl>or line, and, concurrently with 
the dillcrent divisions on the water front, the waters inside tlie 
harhor line, and all the waters of the outer harlKir and the 
islands within the same included either in whole or in jwrt in 
the criminal jnrir<lic-ifon of the county of Sullblk ; also ii>nctir- 
rent jurisdiction with the county of PIymf)uth in the town of 
Hull and that part of the town of llin:.diam as described in the 
[)olicc manual. The officer in cpmniand of the harhor [kiHcc i.s 



10 BOARD OF POLICE. [J:in. 

also liar])or master, and lias cominiind f)f tlic officers and crews 
of the police lK>ats and the men connected therewith. 

Tiic station house is located on the corner of Battery and 
Commercial streets. 

Division -Vc. 9. — Beginning at a j^oint in the centre of 
Willow Conrt at the intersection of Boston .Street ; thence 
throuirh the centre of said Willow Qonrt and Willow Court 
extended to the New England railroad tracks; thence by the 
easterly l)otnulary of said railroad tracks to a jioint opposite 
the north-easterly end of Pine Island ; thence Xi> a point at the 
north-easterly end of Pine Island ; tlionce to a point in the 
centre of Roxl)ury canal opposite the centre of Vji.<\. Brookline 
Street; thence through the centre of Koxhury tanal to Massa- 
chusetts Avenue ; thence through the centre of Massachusetts 
Avenue to Albany .Street ; thence through the ceotre of .\lbany 
Street to Xortbanipton Street ; thence through the centre of 
Northampton Street to Fellows Street ; thence through the 
centre of Fellows .Street to East Lenox Street ; ihence through 
the centre of P^st I>enox Street to Washington Street ; thence 
through the centre of Washington Street to ColnmJms Avenue ; 
thence through the centre of Columbus Avereue to .Scaver 
Street; thence through the ccntie of Seaver Street to Blue 
Hill Avenue: thence through the centre of Blue- Hill Avenue 
to Columbia Road : thence through the centre of Columbia 
Road to Boston Street ; thence through the centre of Boston 
Street to the point of fjcginning. 

The station house is located on Dudley Street, comer ilount 
Pleasant Avenue, 

Jjivision y^o. 10. — Beginning at a point in the centre of 
Washington Street at the intersection of Canidcn Street; 
thence through the centre of Camden Street to Gainsborough 
Street ; thence through the centre of CJainsboroogh .Street to 
Huntington Avenue ; thence through the centre of Hunt- 
ington Avenue to the boundary line of the park system 
at the comer of Huntington Avenue and Hemenway Street: 
thence by said ea.sterly boundary line by the Fenway, River- 
way, and Jamaicaway to a point oj)posite the eentre of Byn- 
ner Street; thence through the centre of Bynner Street t<i 
Day Street ; thence through the centre of Day .Street to Centre 
Street ; thence through the centre of Centre Street to Sheridan 



1903.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— Xo. 49. 11 

Street : tlienoc throQirh the centre of Sheridan Street to Chest- 
nut .\vonuo: thence throu;;rIi the centre of Cliestnut Avenue to 
Mozjirt ^t^oo^ ; thence throuirh the centre of ^lozart Street to 
Athcrton Stivot ; thence through the centre of Atherton Street 
to WajhiiijrtiMi StP*t; thence tlirougli tlie centre of Wash- 
iiiirton Street to the point of I>eginning. 

Tiio >t;ition liou-e U loc::itcd at Xo. 1170 Colunihus Avenue, 
near 'Proniont Street. 

Diii.-'n'ii Xo. 11. — Ik'ginninsr at a point on the dividinir 
line hi'tweou Hyde Park and Boston in the centre of Harvard 
Street : thoiico throairh the centre of Harvard Street to Bhie 
Hill .Vveniio ; thenc« throuirh the centre of Blue Hill Avenue 
to Cohniiliia Koail: thenc* through the centre of Columbia 
Koad tt) Bo.-ton ."^trect : thence through the centre of Bostou 
Street to Mt, \'env>n .Street; thence through the centre of 
Mt. Vernon Street and Coluinhia Road to Carson Street: 
thence through the cpntrc oi Carson Street and Carson Street 
extended tt> the hart>or line: thence by said line and by the 
boundary line between (^uincy and Boston, Milton and Boston, 
autl Hyde P.irk and Boston, to the point of beginning. 

The station hou^e is hx-ated on .Vdanis Street, corner of 
Arcadia Stivct. Tbere are als<» sub-stations at X'eponset on 
Walnut Stivet, near Xef»onM?t Avenue ; at Dorchester Lower 
Mills, on the comer of Kichniond and AVasliington streets ; 
on Mortiui Street, ofifiosite the Forest Avenue station, and at 
Mattapan on Blue Hill Avenue, at Mattapan Square, which are 
jirovidod for the officers detailed for duty in those localities. 

Division Xo. 12. — Ik-ginning at a point on the harbor line 
t)p|>osite the centre of Dorchester Street ; thence through the 
centre of Dorchester Street to .\ndrew Square ; thence through 
the contiv i>f Audre» .Sjuarc to Boston Street ; thence through 
the ccntiv of Boston .Street to Jit. Vernon Street; thence 
through the centre of 3It, Vernon Street and Columbia Road 
to Carson Strv^et : th«?ncc through the centre of Carson Street 
and Cars(>u Street extendc<l to the harbor line ; thence e:xst- 
erly, northerly and westerly by the said harbor line to the 
l)oint of beginni-'g, including all the park system at Citj"^ 
Point, .^outh Boston. 

The station house is located on Fourth Street, near K Street. 

Division Xo. 13. — Beginning at a point on the diviiling 



12 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

line hetwpcii Hyde Park .iiid Boston in the ccntic of Harvard 
Street; thence through the centre of Harvard Street to Blue 
Hill .Vvcniic ; tlience through the centre of Blue Hill .Vverrae 
to Seaver Street ; thence through the eentre of Seaver Street 
to Cohiuil)us Avenue ; thence through the centre of Columhas 
Avenue to Atherton Street ; thence through the centre of 
Atherton Street to Mozart Street ; thence through the centre 
of ilOzart Street to Chestnut Avenue ; thence through the 
centre of Cliestnut Avenue to Sheridan Street ; thence thrf>agli 
the centre of Sheridan Street to Centre Street ; thence tiiron^rh 
the centre of Centre Street to Day Street; thence through the 
centre of Day Street to Bynner Street ; thence through the 
centre of Bynner Street to the eastern boundary line of the park 
system; thence by said Iwundary line to a point opposite the 
centre of Willow Pond Road ; thence througii the centre of 
Willow Pond Road to tiie dividing line l)etwoen Boston and 
Brookline ; thence hy said dividing line and the dividing line 
between Newton and Boston, Dcdhani and Boston, and Hjde 
Park and Boston, to the point of beginning. 

The station house is located on Seaverns .Vvenue, .Tamaica 
Plain. 

Divixion A'o. 14. — Includes all the territory of the forrscr 
town of Brighton and of Boston west of a line beginning at the 
dividing line between Camljridge and Boston in the centre of 
the Essex Street bridge ; thence through the centre of the said 
Esse.v Street l)ridge and Essex Street to the dividing line 
between Brookline and Boston. 

The station house is located on "Washington Street, junction 
of Cambridge Street. 

Divi.'iion J^o. 15. — Includes all the territory of the former 
city of Charlestown. 

The station house is in the old City Hall, on City Square. 

Division _Xo. 16. — Beginning at a point on the Cambridge 
line opposite the centre of Otter Street ; thence to and throi^h 
the centre of Otter Street to Back Street : thence through Ae 
centre of Back Street to Brimmer Street ; thence through die 
centre of Brinnner Street to Beacon Street; thence throagh 
the centre of Beacon Street to Charles Street ; thence throagh 
the centre of Charles Street to Park Square ; thence through flie 
centre of Park Square and the centre of Columbus Avenae to 



lyOS.l PUBLIC DOCUMKNT — No. 49. 13 

-i 

the Boston iQ; Albany railroad tracks ; tlK-iitt? through the centre 
of .<aiil tracks to the railroad tnuk.s of the New York, New Haven 
^^t Hartford railroad, Providence division; thence through the 
centre of said latter tracks to (lainsfKirough Street; thence 
through the centre of Gainshoroiigh Street to Huntington Av- 
enue ; tlicnce through the centre of Huntington .Vvenue to the 
eastern lioundary line of the park .svstcru at the corner of Hunt- 
in<rt<>n Avenue and Heimiiway Street ; thence westerly and 
southerly along the said i>ark sy-leni line by the Fenway, the 
Kivcrway and tlie .Taniai«iway to a ]ioint opposite the centre 
of Willow Pond Koad : thence through the centre of Willow 
Pond lload to the dividini; line iKtweeri P.rc-okline and Boston : 
tiiencc iiorlherly by said dividing line tf» ihe easterly side of 
St. Mary Street extend^*! : theiicc! by the easterly side of St. 
Mary Street extended and St. .Mary Street to the south side 
of Conmionwealth .Vvenue: thence liy the south side of Com- 
monwealth -Vvenue to a point r)j)[)o-ite the centre of Essex 
."^treet : thence through the centre of K>sex .Street and the 
Ks~ex Street l)rid:re to the point <>i' U-ginning. 

The >tation h(ni>e is located on BoyUton Street, near the 
corner of Hereford Street. 

Lkgai. Ski:vick. 
Mr. F. K. Bangs, who ^ince l-**!'.'* ha« l<een counsel to the 
Boani of Police, resigned on May 1, 1'A<2. and Mr. Joseph 
Warren was appointed in his jdace. The cxiunsel to the Board 
of P(dice has. during the last year, attended all the hearings 
l>ctore the Board <>( Police to as.-i.-t in the examination of wit- 
nesses, etc., except when he ha.** I>ceii engaged in court, or 
on other imjiortimt business connected with the department, 
or when both sides have been repre>ente»l by counsel. He 
has al.-n jnosecuted in the dillerent municipal courts over 40 
criminal cases, besides attendinir to and defending all such 
civil suits brought again.-t police ctiicers, arising out of their 
otficial acts, as have l»een l)ronglit to him. He has defended 
one criminal prosecution brouglil against a jwlice ofKcer. On 
Jan. 1, 1S102, there were .01 civil .-uits j»ending: of these, .') 
have iieen disposed of since January 1. Six such suits have 
been brought since Jan. 1, li'Oi; of these, 2 have been dis- 
posed of, leaving 50 such suit-* .-till i)ending. He has also 



14 



BOARD OF POLICIC. 



[Jan. 



attended to all casos that lia\'e licen lirtuiirlit to liiiii in whieli 
police officers have l)cen suninioiiod in as tiiistees, or otlicnvisc 
proceeded against, on account of property \vliieii lias come iiitf) 
their hands as pKilicc officers. C)n tian. 1, 11^02, there were .") 
sucli suits pending, none of wiiich iiiis since hcen disposed of. 
Four sucii suits have l)ccn l)rouglit since; of these, 1 w:ls not 
entered in court and 1 has been disposed of, leaving 7 sucii 
cases still pending. He has also attended to all proceedings 
against the Board of Police. On .Ian. 1, 1002, one [R-tition 
for a writ of mandamus was pending against the Board of 
Police, which has since been disposed of. 

PriiMC Pai;ks. 

To police the parks during tlie past y(>ar it took a permanent 
force of 38 men, consisting of 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 34 
patrolmen, 1 re*ervcm.'m, 7 men mounted on bicycles and 16 
on iiorscs. To aid this force, details were made on Sundays, 
holidays and sjx-^-ial occasions, aggregating !*0.') men, and con- 
sisting of 4 liealonants, 11 sergeants, Sy7 patrolmen and .50 
reserve men. 

The arrests in the parks amounted to 1.51, 113 I)eing men 
and 18 women. 

The following are the offences for which arrests were made : — 



M>l». 



Krmalcs. Tocals. 



Driving a horse fasler than 10 iiiilcs im hour, . 
Driving an automoMle fastpr th:in 10 miles nn lioiir, 
Operating a motor rehicle without a pcnnit, 
Driving heavy teams in parkways, 
Exposing goods for sale, . . , . . 
Indecent exposure, ...... 

Disorderly condact, 

Malicious mischief, 

Larceny, .,..,... 

Drunkenness, . 

Susj)icious persons, ...... 

Displaying an advertising sign, .... 

Profanity, 

Unnatural act . 

Vagrancy, 



Totals, 



2 
2 

i 

12 
1 
7 
1 
1 
I 

74 
7 
1 
1 
2 



US 



14 
3 



2 

2 

1 

12 

1 

7 

I 

1 

1 

88 

10 

1 

1 



18 131 



1903.] PUBLIC DOCU.MEXT— Xo. V.K 15 

Ptlif.IC LODGIXti-IlOL'SKS. 

Kvcrv ImiKlini: in the city of Boston, not licensed as an inn, 
in which U> »»r more persons arc lodged for twenty-five cents 
or less each jvr niiriit, is a i)iil)lic lodging-house, under chapter 
414 of the Acts of l.'^94, and the Board of Police is authorized 
to grant !icon>os to .lUcli lodging-houses after the inspector of 
Iiuildin<rs has t-ertiticd that the building is provided with proper 
exits and ajipliances for giving alarm to the inmates in case of 
lire, and the l>oard of health has certified that the sanitary 
condition i> s;iti:^factory. Under this law 22 applications for 
licenses weiv received; 17 were granted and ;'• rejected. 

The following shows the locations of the licensed lodging- 
houses, and the numlier of persons lodged in each during the 
year : — 



IJX;aTIOS. I Xumbtr lodged. 



164 t'onmuTvUl Stnet 25.725 

242-24G Conimt nial .Street, 26,782 

234 Comnnr\ia! Street 13,819 

238 ComnK-rrial Street ; . . 16,892 

19 Caiisc«.iv Ssreet, ; 10,836 

37 Croon StKtH ! 36,779 

886 \Va>liiii^«.Ti Slreet 111.320 

153 I'lcasanl Strxtt, '. 5.588 

120 Kliot Stnt'! j 39,149 

39 K(liiiljorv>u<:h Street, j 14,600 

15 Davis Str»>«-t | 26,573 

1025 \V!i>liiiisD«»n Street ' 31,299 

1051 Wasliinj^lon Street I 6,595 

1053 \V.a.>-hin«:1i>ii Street i 18,390 

1066 \\'a*liin;rl"n Street I 16,600 

1093 Washinglrtn Street I 20,001 



Total 426.948 



Pl"i:e Alcohol. 
Section IS of chapter 100 of the Revised I^iws provides for 
licenses of llie seventh class to l»e issued to dealers in paints 
or clieniieals to sell alcohol for mechanical, manufacturing or 
chemical puqwse.'^ only. Twenty-one applications were re- 
ceived for lieonsc-s of this class, and the applicants being 
engaged in Imsiness, as re^juircd by law, all the .npplieations 
were "ranted. 



16 BOAKD OF POLICK. [Jan. 

Small Loan.*;. 

Eiirlitecn applk-ations were received for licenses to make 
.small loans, secured by mortga;rc, pledge of household fur- 
niture or other personal prof>erty exempt from attachment, 
or by assignment of wages for personal service, for less thjui 
$200 and at a rate of interest jrreater than 12 per cent., 17 of 
which were granted and I withdrawn. 

tVjiMMKXIMTIOXS. 

During the year 43 rrjem)>er.-> of the department wore cnu:- 
rnendod by the Board anrl '>H by public otiicers, societies or 
citizens, for tlic following' re:i.son.s : — 

Rf:scuing persons from fire, 12 

Prompt iictiou in alarming inanf*^ of rjuilding^ on lire, ... 2 

CiMiragi; and jironipt action in -tjopijiuir riina-.vav Iinr.-cs, ... 28 

Diligence in pursuing and arrtating criminals, 20 

Patriotic action in preventing iiSesecration of Ameiioan Hag, . . 1 

Diligence in detecting and arresting pt-rsfjns for voting illegally, . 4 
Vigilance and prompt action iu arresting a man for altc^nipting to e.xtort 

mone}' by threat.s, 3 

Kescning persons from dron-imjr, C 

Prompt and intelligent action oa saving .-i person from sull'ocation bj 

gas, 2 

Conragu and prompt action iu arresting a man aimed with a loaded 

revolv(!r, 1 

Vigilance and jirompt ai.tion iu capturing a mnrdcrcr 6 

Vigilance and prompt action is arrcfling .1 Ijurglar, ..,.." 

Coorage and prompt action in njrerting an armed bnrglai', ... 1 

Diligence in recovering stolen proi>erty, i> 

Intelligence and prompt actioi in preventing lucidents to passengers 

on an electric car, 1 

Intelligence shown in saving a person from Idceding to iliath, . . 1 

Diligence in finding a kidnapf-yJ child ami amsting the kidnapper, . 2 

Diligence shown in ajipreheuijjng a runaway girl, . . . . 1 
Diligence shown in prosecuticjr ptr&^ns engaged in procnving yoimg 

women for the purpose of jAT»>»titulion, ...... 1 

Courage shown in arresting a liangcrousl*- insane man, . . . 1 
Diligence shown in arresting af.*rson for obtaining money under false 

pretences, ... ^ ........ 1 

Total 101 



1903.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT— Xo. 40. 



17 



Vkiiiclks. 
The following is .h list of the vehicles in use in the depart- 
iiiont, and shows where in use : — 



.-TATION 


1 
! 




Pongs, 


V.m. 


Ambu- 
Uxicea. 


Bugglei. 


Sleiglu. 


TcUU. 


1, 

2, - . 


1 

i 


- 


, 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3 




_ 




_ 


_ 


__ 


_ 


2 


i. 




_ 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


o 


.■), 




- 




_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 


6. 


1 1 


_ 




_ 


1 


- 


_ 


3 


7. 

8. . . 
9, 


• ! I 


- 




- 


1 


- 


- 


3 


■ 1 1 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


1 


4 


10. 


. I 1 


- 




_ 


1 


- 


- 


3 


11. 




_ 






1 


2 


2 


7 


12, . . 




_ 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


1 


13. 




_ 




- 


1 


2 


1 


6 


14. 




- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


1 


5 


h\ 




_ 






1 


_ 


_ 


3 


Ifi, 




- 


- 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 





Joy Slreft <taljl 


*', -1 


J 


1 


4 


1 


4 


4 


23 


Tot:.!s, . 


IS 


' 


12 


4 


10 


12 


11 


72 





On the 1st of L)cieiulH?r, 1001, tiiere were 88 horses in the 
.>crvice. Diirinir tlic year 2 were sold and exchanged, 6 Avere 
pnrdi:L~ed and 1 was shot on account of being disabled by 
spavin. At the present time there arc 91 in service, as shown 
by Table IX. • 

AVOUK OF THE DePARTMEXT. 

Arreslg. 
The total nuuilicr of persons arrested was 34,732, against 
34,.')00 tiie preceding ye:ir, being an increa.se of 232. The 
licrcentage of increase or dccre:i»e was as follows : — 



Offences against the person, 

Offencos against property, commilted wilh violence, . 
Offences .ipiinst property, committed without violence, 
Malicious offences ?cainst property. 
Forgery ami offences against the currencj*. . 
Offences agtiinst the license laws. . 
Offences ag-ainst chastity, morality, etc.. 
Offences not included in the foregoino-, . 



Per Cf nt 

Decrease, 1.05 

Decrease, . 49 

Decrease, . -53 

Increase, 2.96 

Incre.ase, 9.7S 

Decrease, 13.40 

Increase, 3.51 

Increase, .73 



18 



BOAHD OF FOLIC K. 



[Jail . 



Tlicrc were 4,77o persons :irrestetl on warrants and 28,294 
without warrants ; l,(JG;i persons were sunniioncd by the couit, 
32,023 person.-* were licld for trial and 2,709 were released from 
custody. Tlic nuniher of males arrested was 30,27G ; of fe- 
males, 4,4.5(> : of foreigners, l'),il24, or, ap|iroximatcl\', 45.85 
])er cent. : of minors, 5,004. Of the total immher arrested, 
10,631, or .'jCSI per cent., were noii-rf>id(Mits. (See Tables 
X., XI. am! XII.) 

'["lie iK'.tivity of tlie [)risoners was as toIlo\vs : — 



L'liitetl Stutes, 


. 18,808 


Holland, 


13 


British F'rovinciej,, 


. 2,857 


Wales, . 


23 


Irel:iiul, 


. 7,233 


East Indies, . 


3 


Eriglaiul, 


. 1,017 


West Indies, . 


36 


France, .... 


63 


Turkey, 


36 


Germany, 


26G 


South AmcriL-a. . 


6 


Italy 


06-t 


Switzerland,. 


5 


Kussia, . . . . 


. 1,199 


Uelgiuiii, 


15 


China 


721 


Africa, . 


4 


Greece, .... 


287 


Hungary, 


4 


Sweden, 


363 


Asi:i, 


12 


Scotland, 


4U 


Arabia, . 


4 


Spain 


18 


Mexico,. 


3 


Norway, 


91 


Syria, . 


2 


Poland 


99 


Arujenia, 


5 


Austria, 


71 


Australia, 


1 


rortiigal, 


33 


Japan, . 


. . 6 


Finland, 
Denmark, 


16 
34 






Total, . 

.1 • J-» J — o -» 


. 34,732 

1 • 



The mimfxrr of arrests for the year is 34,732, being an 
increase of 232'from last year, and 2,1G1 less tL-in the average 
for the pa.st five years. There were 19,167 j>erson.s arrested 
for drunkennc.-i.s, being 321 less tlian hist year and 2,291 less 
than the average for the past live years. Of this decrease in 
drunkennes.'* thi.s year 1.5 ])er cent, were males and 2.83 per 
cent, female-s. (Sec Tables XL, XII. and XIII.) 

Of the total number of arrests for the year (34,732), 1,311 
were for violation.s of the city ordinances ; that is to say, I 
arrest in 26 wxs for such otVence, or 3.77 per c-ent. 



lyOH.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 49. 19 

Fitty-ciirlit .•uul scvcn-liuiidrcclths per cent, of per.-ons taken 
into i-iisloily woiv lictwccn the .-lircs of twenty and forty. (See 
Tal.leXIV.) 

The nunjlHT of persons punislied hy tines \va^ 10,878, iiiul 
the fines amomitod to $;t2, 4.18.7.7. (Sec Table XIII.) 

.Sixty-nine persons were eoniniitted to tiie THate Prison, 
2,045 to the House of Correction. 71 to the WossenV Prison, 
12!t to tlie Reformatory Prison, 1,248 to the House of In- 
dustry and JM() to otiicr institutions. Tiic toCal years of 
itiiprisonnient were 2,411l*^,'/i2, tlie total niinil)er of .lays' attend- 
ance in court l>y officers was .")0,28.'3 and the witness fees 
.iniounted to $S,;>08.22. 

The value of pn>i)erty taken from prisoners an4 lodgers was 
$42,732.87. 

One hundred and nine witnesses were detain^nl at station 
houses and 84 persons were acconnnodated with lodgings, a 
decrease of 17.04 per cent, from last year. Tfcere was an 
incrcjisc of nhout 11.27 per cent, from last year in the numltcr 
of insane persons taken in charge, an increxse of about 511 
IXT cent, in the number of sick and injured persons assisted 
an<l a decrease of about 8.2.5 per cent, in the ncmJ)er of lost 
children cired for. 

The average amount of j>ropcrty reported stolen in the city 
for the tive years from 18118 to l'J02, inclusive, was?96,766.n3 ; 
in 1902 it was $93,509.69, or $3,257.24 less than the average. 
In the same period the average amount of projjerty reported 
stolen in .and out of the city which was recovered by the Bos- 
ton police was $187,738.10; in 1902 it was $299,609.80, or 
$111,871.70 more than the average. 

The average amount of fines imposed by courts for the five 
years from 1898 to 1902, inclusive, was $101,689.!?1 ; in 1902 
it was $92,458.75, or $9,231.16 less than the average. The 
average numlKT of days' attendance in court was 31,543; in 
1902 it was 30,283, or 1,200 less than the average. The 
average amount of witness fees earned was $8,998.79; in 
1902 it was $8,308.22, or $690.57 less than the average. 
(Sec Table XIII.) 



20 



BOAKl) OF POLICK. 



[.I:in. 



^liscella neous Bus in ew . 



Al);iiicloni'ii chililn-n c-arcd for, 
AccidiMits nqmrtctl, .... 

HuildiMirs found oi>en and made secure, 

C'lisos iiivi->tij:ate<l 

J);ii)<;<'roiis liuililing^s reix)rte<l, 

I);iii;;ci"oiis cliirnnt^ys rcj>orted, 

l)i':i(l biHlios cared for, . . . . 

Defoclive le.-spoois reported, 

Di'foclivo drains and vaults rejwrtefl, 

J)efoilive tire alarm>anil clocks rejxirted, 

Dofi'clive ^as pipes ri-|Kjrted, 

Ddfi'Clive liydnints reported, . 

Defective lamps rejjorled. 

Defective se" ers reiwrted. 

Defective streets and walks reporteti, . 

Defective water pip-' s reportcil. 

Disturbances .-appress/^d, 

K.xtra duties i»erforTue<l, . 

Fire alanus given, . . . , . 

Fires cxtin^ui^hcti 

Into.\icalcd persons assisted, . 

lx).st children restored, . . . . 

Insane persons taken :n charge, . 

Missing jicn-^ons reported. 

Missing persons found. . . . . 

Persons rese-ucd from drowning, . 

Silk and injured persons assisted, . 

Sira}' teams put up, . . . . 

Street obstructions renioTe<l, . 

Water running to waste reporti-d, . 

Witiu'sses del.-iined. . . . . 



17 
2,312 

2,8(i:t 

22,111' 

22 

W 

222 

2.M) 

:) 

111 

140 

73 

12,o3'J 

2.00 

1,733 

19,C/0.'i 

900 

C»7 

■>h 

^Ol,'^ 

3015 

290 

81 

:A 

3,61)3 

2f;3 

2-l,rt33 
222 
Itio 



2s 

2,329 

3,209 

2ii,7til 

21 



236 

189 

2S 

2 

148 

iii; 

7,181 

no 

9,311 

28A 

1,653 

21,647 

1,051 

570 

40 

1,673 

3o5 

30.T 

105 

35 

3,928 

237 

57.314 

27 G 

161 



K 

2,277 

2,601 

21,131 

11 

4 

219 

399 

o 

1 

125 

100 

8/j43 

32 

11,073 

250 

1,472 

33,734 

1,132 

598 

34 

1,.5:« 

395 

342 

125 

43 

3,951 

213 

59,918 

244 

109 



nil-) III I (hiiiitii'i. 

I>ast year tliero were- 108 raid.s made on poliey shops: this 
jcar, 25. I.ai-t vear there wei-e .'JOG niids on nthcr place* \vhere 
gambling was .su.sj)ccted ui' Inking carried oii : thi.s year, 133. 
I.ast year there were 91X5 i)ers()iis arrested, aitd property to the 
simomit of §1 ,f;80.84 seized : thL< year there were 1 , 1 4-"? j>eri<ons 
arrested, :ind property to the value of $;2,;!0.')..").s sei/.e<l. 



Jiurfriin iif Criintiial Inre-fti'iatiaii . 
The " liogxies" Gallery " now contains I,"),!IM) jjliotogniphs, 
10,!)<S0 of wliich arc photograiihs with Bertillon ineasurcrnents, 
u system u.scd l»y this dejiartiiicnt during the past four yc-.irs. 



1J03. 



PL'BLIC DOCUMENT— No. 49. 



21 



In arcordaiuo with an act passed b_r tlie Ix-gislature March 28, 
IS'.t'.t (o!u»i>tor :J(>;i. >cction.s 1 and :.'), we are allowed photo- 
i^i-aph-, with In-rtillon uieasuremont.-». of all convicts now in the 
■(♦iveral pri.-ons in this State, and of those- who have been con- 
fined there and who arc nieaiiured under that system and photo- 
i;iHj)hs taken. — a number of which liave already been added 
t> our IVrtillon i-abinet. This, tojrctljer with the adoption of 
the sv^teni by this dcjiartineiit in isi'S. is and will continue to 
lii' of <^i-.\{ a^si^tance in the identification of criminals. The 
records of 7 r_' criminals luivc Ix-en added to the records kept in 
this l»iu-<-au. which now contain a total of 24,1)70. This Biu-eau 
lii-vs Issued ;>S I prison rejwrt-s of dw:luirired convicts, containing 
the full reconls, description, di-tiniruUhiiig marks, etc., of 
I2't convicts who wore discharired during the year, and whose 
r. -cords w,iv considered of sufficient importance to preserve. 
( >thcr police de{xu-!meiits were lumi.->hed with 1.t() copies of 
ti'cse niMirts. Tho number of ea-e> reported to this oflice 
which have In^on investigated during the 3'ear are 10,?)l>4, — 
i,47(> of which an.' recorded on the as-iignment books kept for 
this pui"j»o-e. and rcj>orts made on these cases are filed away 
for tuture refeivuco. Letters and telegrams, to the num- 
ber of aN)ut i\Ot^> yearly, are now HIikI with the numbered 
icports to which they rel'er. so that all the papers pertaining to 
s. case can Ik"> found in the sime envelope, thus simplifying the 
matters wlien iutbmiatioii is desired on any case. The system 
of indexing, adopted by tliis Bureau for the use of the depart- 
ment, now contains a list of record-i. histories, photograplbi, 
dates of arrests, etc., of about rtO,0(»(> people; there are also 
'• histories and prv*s clippings," now numbering o,2S.t, kept by 
this Bureau, in envelope form, for polic«- reference. 

The statistics of the work of this brancii of the service are 
included in tho statements of the general work of the depart- 
ment : but :v< tho duties are of a special character, the following 
it^tement will bo of interest : — 



Number of persons amested, principallj for felonies, 810 
Fugitives from justice from other States arrested and delivered 

to ofBcers from those .'^tatcs, 33 

Number of cisos iiivestigited 10,364 

Number of cases of homicide and suppaj«d homicide investi- 
gated, and evidence prepared for trial in court. ... 30 



22 



BOARD OF POLICK. 



[Jan. 



NimibiT of (I;iys sjjont in coiut by ofliccrs, .... 

Aminiiit of stolen proi>eily recovered f'JS-i.Sli^ 25 

Amount of tines in)i>oscii by conrf, 4,302 OO 

Number of jears' imprisonment imixxsed by court, '.V'jO tcar.s 

5 montis. 
Niniibcr of pliotographs added to tlie " I'lOgiies' (Jnllery,"" 



2,151 



:!,194 



//ill I' rant Miisicidiix. 

l")urinir tlio year 211 appruatioii.s were frccivt'd for itiiionint 
mu.-^iciaii licenses: of tlicsc. l.s.') wiTC granted. IX rejected and 
t) are pendinir. Of the licenses granted, I »\ as revoked for eaii.«c 
and 1 rancellcd, leaving l.s;^ in force. 

Tiic oiiicer detailed for tliis speeiiii service rejtorts that during 
tlic year he examined 210 in.'-trunients, as follows: — 



ISSTIiU.MKNTS 



fn.*p«ctod. rAXflcil. 



Street orjran^ 

Hand organs 

Violins, 

Harps, 

Flutes, 

Aceordions, 

Guitars, 

Bagpipes, . 

Banjos, 

Clarionet.'^, . 

Totals, 



l.iO 

18 
l.i 



) 



^ 1 
4 f 

4 

3 

V. 



210 



120 

30 

18 

13 

1 

4 

4 



3 



Con- 
dcnin*d. 



i;t7 



10 
2 



13 



Iiisjiffor of Chiiiiis (1)1(1 MrdicaJ K.cdiniiirrs ^Assistiint. 
The work of the otiicers detailed to asMi.'it the coiuniittce on 
claims and ia\v dcpiU'tment in investigating claims ag:iinst the 
city, and to aid the medical examiners of the county of Sidlblk, 
was as follows : — 

Claini.i. 

Number of cases investigated, ...... 504 

Number of witnes^ses interviewed. ..... 3,457 

Number of days in court, ....... 59 

Number of d.ays in attendance on coniniiltee, ... 41 

Number of notices sejved, ....... 33 

Numlxfr of claims .si'ttleil for conlr.iclorH, .... 43 



Abortion 


1 


Infuiitii-iiif, 


8 


Overilosi- of jK.ison, . 


3 


Suffocation, 


U 


Natunil causes, 


. 194 



VM\r PUBLIC DOCUMKNT— X.). 40. 2$ 



Dnvtnge lUme by l)o(/f. 

Xnaniy r of «-a.«cs, 20 

XutnWr of hens killed 227 

KuniVr of pheasants killcil, 3 

XuitiIht of Helgian bares killed 10 

l)e<ilhs by Accident, Suiciilf, tie. 
1Vj.iJ:>: males. 171: females. U2; total 613 

C'lUfes of Death. 
Ai-cicierl, . . ' . . .219 

Munlcr 16 

llomioivic. .... 16 

Pmnnini:. .... 57 
AU'oho'.j>3i, .... 1.3 

Suiciiio, . . . . . C9 I 

Still-borr 6 | Total 613 

NurnbtT<»f ini|Uests atlenileil, 114 

Causes o/ Death. 

R:iilro.tt3 acciilcnt, 72 

Trolley <-ir 23 

Munlcr, . 1 

IlomiciiJf, ............ 5 

Eleratv'T, 1 

Autouiobalo 1 

Tear.., 2 

Fa.lling rimtiiT 1 

Still-born. 3 

Gas 1 

Abortion, 1 

OTenla«<'«'f poison. 1 

Alcoholism 1 

Fire, 1 

TotaJ 114 

Pithlic C(irri<lf/ts. 

Purirj: the voar there wcri- l,l.')i' carriage licenses granted. 
Of thcs*-. Iiiit one was a motdr carriuiro. 

Tlio fulliiwing is a detailed .-tateiuent regjtrding public 
c:irriagos : — 

Number of carri.ij;es licensed 1,459 

Kambrr of licenses transfeixed, 32 



24 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Niiiiiber of Ik'onso.s ciincclUul .iml ri'vokcil. 68 

Number of cuniagcs inspuoteii, I.-I-'jO 

Number of fluriiijjos rojoeted, 25 

Number of ciirriago.s roinspoctod Hiul passed, l:t 

Appliealious for drivers' licensei; rcporteil on anil approved, . I,:t70 

Number of oduiplaints against drivers investigated -Ct 

Number of w.irrants obtained 1.5 

Number of d.iys spent in court, 2:' 

Articles left in eaiiiages, rcporte*! by cilizeus, ;{K 

ArtielfS found inearriagcs, reported by drivers, .... 49 



Ifiirftor Servicr. 
The .-^lu'cial duties ixTfimncd by the odiceiv; of I)i\ i.-i(tii N, 
coinprisiiig the harbor and the i.sliinds tlicrein, were as fol- 
lows : — 



Value of propertv recovered, consisting; of boats, rio-fjincr float 
st.ages, etc., 

Number of vessels from foreign jKjrts boarded, 

Number of vessels ordered from the eliannel (o proi)er anchor- 
:'ge. 

Number of vcs.scls removed from ch.innel by police steamers. 

Number of cases of assistance rendered, .... 

Niunber of cases of assistance rendered to wharfingers, . 

Number of permits granted vessels, in the stream, to discharge 
cargoes, .......... 

Ntimber of obstructicm.s removc<i from the cliannel, . 

Number of alarms of (ire on the water front attended, 

Number of boats challenged, ...... 

Sick and injured persons assisteil, . ... 

Cases investigated 

Dead bodies recovered, ....... 

Dead bodies cared for, 

Rescucil from drowning, 

Number of vessels ordered to put up .inchor lights, . 

Steamers escorted, outgoing .ind incoming, 



f 11,447 50 
766 

1,8.12 

178 

315 

10 

62 

8 

»4 

959 

15 

384 

30 

2 

12 

9 

182 



Tlie total iiuiiibi.T of vessels that arrived in this i)ort during 
the year i.s 10,10'). Of this number, 8,24.") cauie from domes- 
tic ports, l,0!t4 from ports in the Provinces and TOG from 
foreign jiorts. Of tlu^ latter, (WH were steam.ship.«, A ships, 
4.") barks, (> brijr.s and .')1 schooners. 



1903.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 49. 25 

Ai'nhulance Service. 

The department is now equipped witli ten ninbuhnoes, 
loi-ated in the following police divisions: 1, 4, (">, 7, 10, 11, 
1.3, 14, I.') iind 16. 

During tlie year the ambulances responded to calls to fonvey 
sick or injured persons to the following places : — 

City Hospital 753 

atyno5pit.il (Kelief Station) 370 

Mass.ichusetts General Hospital, . 2»4 

Children's Hospital, 3 

Carney Hospital, 15 

Emergency Hospital, 13 

Lying-in Hospital 11 

HomoEop.atliic Hospital 2 

Marine Hospital, Chelsea, 3 

Eye and Ear Infirmary 4 

Eliot Hospital, 1 

Baptist Hospital 1 

Pierce Farm, 1 

City Prison 9 

Home 113 

Morgue, 6 

Fires, 6 

Charles Street Jail, 2 

Soath Terminal Station, 1 

Wayfarers' Lodge, 1 

Deer Island boat, 2 

Police Station 1 5 

Police Station 2, 3 

Police Station 3, 1 

Police Station 6, 4 

Police Station 7, 1 

Police Station 10, 4 

Police Station 11, f 

Police Station 14 5 

Police Station 16 15 

Calls where services were not required, 88 

ToUil 1,729 

Liceiisex for Ihe Sale of Intoxicating Liquor. 
The law licensing- the sale of intoxicating liiiuor in this citj 
provides that not more tlian one place shall be licensed for 
each ."lOO of the population, as ascertitined by the Inst national 



21) BOAKD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

or State census, nor shall tlio miinbiT of places in any event j 

exceed 1,000. i 

Niniibor of places licensed (luring ttie year, .... 979 I 



Refused to issue, 1 

Number of licenses suiTendered for cancellation, ... 19 
Number of new licenses issued in llicir pl.aces, ... 19 

The following is a classified list of the licenses in force Nov. 
■M), 1902: — 

Firsl innholder, 77 

First victualler, 697 

Second victualler, 12 

Fourth distiller 2 

Fourth wholesale dealer " B," ....... 93 

Fourth grocer, 70 

Fourth wholesale druggist, ....... 5 

Fifth brewer, 23 

Total 979 

I)urin<^ the 3'ear there were issued 2.^0 druggist licenses, 42 
special club licenses and 21 special licenses to sell pure alcohol. 
Of these, 1 druggist license was forfeited and 8 were cancelled. 

Number of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses ni.ide 

to I?oard of I'olice 12 

Number of hearings given, 11 

Number of pl.aces where licenses were forfeited, .... .5 
Number of complaints for violation of conditions of licenses maiic 

in court 2 

Arrests for selling without a license, 195 

Seizures made, . 60O 

Amount of liquors seized (gallons), 1,976 

Number of applications received 1,492 

Nrniber of applications for licenses rejected, 125 

Number of applications for licenses on file, ..... 31 

The following shows the nature of the complaints upon 
which licenses were forfeited by the Board of Police from 
Dec. 1, IflOl, to Nov. .50, 1902: — 

Selling intoxicating liquor in violation of license 4 

Permitting gaming on licensed premises, 1 

jMi.icellc » CO 11X /licenses. 
The total number of licenses issued of all kinds, except for 
the .sale of intoxicating liquor, was 2.0,904; transferred, 210: 



IWA.] PrBLIC; DDCUMENT— Xo. 4!t. 27 

caiuclled and rcvokcHl. :?.711. The officers invc^tiiri^tcd 4(>G 
complaints arisiii<r under tl>e?e licenses, and .'» licarings were 
iriven bv the Hoard on ilurse complaints. The fees collected 
and paid into the citv ti-easTny amounted to $4S,011.40. (See 
Tabic XV.) 

iVrmils /* JtJirer Liquor. 

Holders of founli and fifth cla-ss licenses arc re(|uii-ed to 
ol)tain peniiits for such »if iheir emi)loyees as are engaged in 
delivcrin<r intoxicating iitiiicff from teams. Those permits have 
to be slioun to jKilice otliccr*. on demand, and are revoked in 
case the holder is found deEvering^ liijuor illegally, or under 
siisi)iciou# eircunistaiiccs. Ihiring the jiast year ',\M such per- 
mits wore granted and 74(» tancelled or revoked : most of the 
cancellations being niade on the rojuest of the employers dur- 
ing a strike of brcTvery enij>3oT€*:»- 

limitkf-nne**. 
Arrests tor drunkenness averaged .">2..'> per day duriusr the 
3'ear, or 3.28 ])cr cent, of the |>opulation. There were 321 
less persons arrested than ia 1901, — a decrease of l.ii4 per 
cent. ; oO..").") jxr cent, of tl>e arrested persons were non-resi- 
dents and 44.1! jxt cent, were of foreign birth. (.See Table 
XI.) 

FcTAXCIAf.. 

Kerjuisitions were made oai the city council for the sum of 
SI, 844, 110(5. (>.'{ to meet the nninui;r expenses of the department, 
including the i)ensioned j«i>li»-e officers, house of detention, 
station house matrons, litjuMr ljccn.se exi>enses and police sisrual 
system for the financial year. 

The total e.\jK>nditures fc<- police purposes during the past 
year, including the jiension*, hou.-^ of detention, station house 
matrons and lii|uor license expeii.-ies, but exclusive of the main- 
tenance of the jKtlicc signal ^vsteni, were $1,744,78(>.17. 

The total revenue |wid into the cit}- treasury from fees for 
licenses over which the ]KvBce ha»-e .«upenision was $1,474,- 
(ilO.{>7, of which $1.42Ci,(;(t!<.27 was received for li.iuor licenses. 
(.See Table XVII.) 

The cost of maintaining line j>olicc signal system diirinw the 
year w.is $.">7,lK>s.l.s. (See Table XVIII.) 



■2S BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Pensions and P.kxkkits. 

Dec. 1, H'lH. tlicrc were 14.S i)en.->ioncr.s on tlie roll. Dur- 
in<r tlie3car 11 died, viz., 1 superintendent, 1 captain, 1 lieuten- 
ant, 1 sergeant and 7 jxitrolnicn, and 21 were added, viz., 1 
lieutenant, 1 inspector, 1 sergeant and 21 patrolmen, leaving 
1()1 on the roll at date, including the widows of i! and the 
orphans of 1 |X)liceinan, who died frouj injuries received in the 
service. 

The payments on account of pension.-* during the past year 
amounted to $04,240.28, and it is estimated that $ilS,.')08.7.5 
will be required for the purpose in IKO.'S. Tliis docs not include 
pensions for 2 cai)tains and 20 patrolmen, all of whom are 
sixty-five jears or over, and are entitled to be pensioned on 
account of age and term of service. 

Tlie invested fund of the police charitaljlc fund on the oOth 
of November last amounted to §207,.'>.')0. There urc (iO bene- 
ficiaries at the present time, and there lias iKien paid to them 
the sum of $8,-53.5.83 during the past year. 

The invested fund of the Police IJelief .Vssoeiation on the 
30th of November was $CA,^)61 .bl. The paymcnt.s for the 
3-ear amounted to $23,164.50 

Sl'ECI.\L EVEXT.<. 

The following is a list of special events transpiring during 
the year, and shows the number of police officers detailed for 
duty at each event : — • 

I»02. Men. 

Jan. 8, Police ball, 80 

Jan. 18, Fire, Federal Court, 59 

.Ian. 21, Teamsters'' strike, 172 

Jan. 22, Teamsters' strike, 421 

-Jan. 23, Teamsters'' strike, 449 

Jan. 24, Teamsters' strike, 432 

Jan. 25, Teamsters' strike, 437 

Jan. 27, Teamsters'' strike, 427 

Jan, 28, Teamsters' strike, 382 

Jan. 29, Teamsters' strike 328 

Jan. .30, Teamsters' strike, 249 

Jan. 31, Teamsters' strike 200 

Feb. 1, Teamsters'' strike, 171 

Feb. 1, Fire, 392-:»4 -Vtlantic Avenue 50 



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Feb. 


3, 


Feb. 


4. 


Feb. 


5, 


Feb. 


6. 


Feb. 


7, 


Feb. 


8. 


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h 13, 


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h l.i. 


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May 


12, 


May 


16. 


May 


22. 


Mav 


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May 


31, 


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1, 


June 


2. 


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17, 


June 


2o. 


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2*>. 


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10. 


Aug. 


2o, 


Aug. 


26, 


Aug. 


27. 


Se|)t. 


I. 


Nov. 


1, 


Nov. 


8, 


Nov. 


H, 



Teamsters' strike. 

Teamsters" strike, 

Teani>ter»' .Mrike, 

Teamsters' strike, 

Team-lcr>' strike, 

Te:imsters' strike, 

Visil I'f I'rince Henry of Prussia. 

Freight handler.*' stnke. 

Freight h.indlcrs' strike, 

Freight handlers" >lrike. 

Freight handlers' strike. 

Freight handlers' strike. 

Freight handlcjrs' strike, 

Kvaciiaiiun l>.iy jiartide. 

Fire on Albanj- Street, eorncr of Wareham Street, 

Fire on C'liaimiau Strvet, Charlcstown, 

Hebrew meat riot, .... 

Visit of French delegates, . 

Parade of sduiol regiment and reception of French dele 

S^tes 

Fire, 32 P.ronitield Street, . 

Parade of Ancient ai;d Honorable Artillery Company 

Anniversary. Hattle of Bunker Hill, . 

Visit of Presi<Ient Roosevelt, 

School festival, 

Funeml of Kx-Su|H'rintcndent Eldridge, 

Visit of President Kooscvelt, 

Visit of President Roosevelt, 

Funeral of InspiTtor Thomas Barry. . 

Labor Day paraile. .... 

Harvard v. Carlisle foot-ball game. . 

Harvard v. L'niversity of Penn.sylvania foot-ball game 

Police parade 



M«n. 

180 

166 

162 

158 

170 

161 

988 

•236 

345 

372 

367 

399 

198 

262 

65 

50 

50 

60 

693 

55 

122 

481 

538 

53 

68 

625 

402 

50 

603 

52 

77 

895 



I'df.K K .'<i(;x.u. Skijvici;. 

In conipliaiuc ^vitli «.lu»iit»r 4.")4 of the .\cts of 1804 and 
chapter 24'.' of the .\it.< of l^iii^, lii.CiOO feet of uiidcrgroutid 
cable liavc been laid on Hivisioiis '.• and 10, and 4.280 feet on 
Division l."». 

On account of the ^Towlh of pojnilatiou in the outlying dis- 
tricts it ha.s become iiecessjiiv to iiih^tall more signal boxes. 
One has been j laced on Oivision 11, and 10 on Division 13, 
nuiking 4.'iO l>oxes in service. 

There are in use in the signal service 25 horses, 18 patrol 
wagons and 1 2 piings. 



30 BOAKl) OF POLICE. [Jan. 

I)urin<; the ycai" the wai^oiis made 22,280 nuis, cover! ult sin 
asgregate di.stance of l!l,li2.i miles. There were 21,;iii2 pi'ison- 
ers conveyed to the stjitioii houses; 1,100 runs were made to 
take injured and insane i)crson.s to station houses, the h()si)ital.s 
or tlieir iioincs : and IJI?) runs were made to take lost cliildrcn 
to station houses. Tlicre were (i4.") runs to lires and 1 'i I runs 
for liquor seizures. Tiiere were 4.')() si;^iial boxes in use, 
arranged on (jO circuits. There were IM)I>,.')14 telepiione mes- 
sages and 2,()3(;,242 •'ou-duty" calls sent over the lines. 

COXCLLSIO.V. 

There were slight increases in oflcnces again>t [iroperty ( lli), 
the currency (8), chastity (IS) and in uiisdenioaiiors (;1H7). 

There were slight decreases in oHenc<-s ag:iinst the person 
(r*.3). against the license laws (34) and in drunkenness (.'521). 

The Board also takes this occasion to commend the ellicicnt 
and faithful work performed by tlu; oliiccrs during tlic past 
year. 

Kesj^ectfuUy submit ted, 

ROUT. F. Cr..\HK', 
C. P. CURTIS, .Jic, 
H. F. ADAMS, 

Board of Police. 



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BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Table II. 

Xames of Officers icho loere promoted during the Tear ending Nov. 30, 

1902. 



DATE. 


Name and Rank. 


Jan. 


4, 


1902, 


ratrolman Thomas A. Sheehan, to the rank of inspector. 


Jan. 


4, 


1902, 


Sergeant Charles H. Denton, to the rank of lieutenant. 


Dec. 


20, 


1901, 


Patrolman Daniel J. Sweeney, to the rank of sergeant. 


Dec. 


20, 


1901, 


Patrolman Hugh J. Lee, to the rank of sergeant. 


Dec. 


20, 


1901, 


Patrolman Charles W. Searles, to the rank of sergeant. 


I»«c. 


20, 


1901, 


Patrolman Richard Fitzgerald, to the rank of sergeant. 


Jan. 


8, 


1902, 


Patrolman Frank Arnold, to the rank of sergeant. 


Oct. 


16, 


1902, 


Patrolman William F. Manning, to the rank of sergeant. 


Oct. 


16. 


1902, 


Patrolman Herbert W. Goodwin, to the rank of sergeant. 


Oct. 


16, 


1902, 


Patrolman Patrick F. King, to the rank of sergeant. 


Oct. 


16, 


1902, 


Patrolman James F. Driscoll, to the rank of sergeant. 



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BOAHD OF POLICE. 



[.Jan. 



Tablk IV. 

List of Officers retireil during lite year., (jicing Age at the Time of 
lietirement and the Xumher of Yearx Service of Each. 



SAMK. 



CmoM of Ketiremcnt. 



Allen, Lewis L., . 
Bench, Patrick, . 
Brown, Joseph, . 
Bradr, Philip H , 
Bruce, Walter E., 
Butler, Edward,. 
Colljer, Luther, . 
Cram, Andrew P., 
Estes, Eugene E., 
Horgan, Cornelius T., 
Howard, John L., 
Hutchhis, Calvin L., . 
Jackfon, John \V., 
Kelley, William E., . 
Mahoney, Edward P., 
McJIorrow, Michael, . 
Nea«, Thomas, . 
O'Brien, Michael, 
Penniman, John M., . 
Smith, George IL, 
Spear, William H., . 
Trask, Frank E,, 
Wbelan, Edmund B., . 
Witham, John B., 



Licapacitated (chapter 353, AcU of 1892). 

"Veteran (chapter 172, Acts of 1898). 

Twenty-nine years' consecutive service, .sixtj'-four 

years of age (chapter .506, Acts of 1900). 
Sixty-live years of age (chapter S-iJ, Acts of 1892). 

Incapacitated (chapter 3.53, Acts of 1802). 

Incapacitated (chapter 353, Acts of 1892). 

Thirty-one years' consecutive service, sixty years 

of age (chapter 306, Acts of 19(»). 
Veteran (cliaptcr 172, Acts of 1898). 

Incapacitated (chapter 353, Acts of 1892). 

Twenty-seven years' consecutive service, sixtj- 

years of age (chapter 306, Acts of 19i;0). 
Twenty-nine years' consecutive service, sixty-four 

years of age (chapter 3o6, Act-s of ISOO). 
Thirtj" -three years' consecutive service, sixty-seven 

years of age (chapter 306, Acts of 19( 0). 
Twenty-eight years' consecutive service, sixty 

years of age (chapter 306, .Acts of iDO^i). 
Incapacitated (chapter 353, Acts of 1892). 

Veteran (chapter 172, Acts of 1838). 

Incapacitated (chapter 353, Acts of 1892) . 

Veteran (chapter 172, Acts of 1898). 

' Incapacitated (chapter 353, Acta of 1892). 

' Fifty-five years' consecutive service, eighty years 
i of age (chapter 306, Act.s of 1900). 
I Veteran (chapter 172, Acts of 1898). 
i 

Thirty-one years' consecutive service, sixty years 
of age (chapter 306, Acts of 1900). 

Veteran (chapter 172. Acts of 1898). 

Veteran (chapter 172, Acts of 1898). 
Veteran (chapter 172, AcU of 1898). 



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Table V. 

Xmuhvr of Men of Each Rank in Aclire Sfrrice at the End of the 
Present Ycur icho 'cere ajijtointed on the Force in the Year 
Mated. 



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_ 


_ 


24 


_ 


30 


1876, 






1 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


5 


1877. 






- 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


7 


_ 


12 


1878, 






_ 


_ 


_ 


3 


1 


4 


_ 


4 


20 


_ 


32 


1879. 






_ 


_ 




_ 


1 


3 


_ 


4 


12 I 


_ 


20 


1880, 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


l.i 


« 


16 


1881. 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


4 


- 


3 


38 


_ 


46 


1882, 






_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


6 


_ 


5 


17 


_ 


32 


1883. 






_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


1 


3 


_ 


4 


14 


_ 


22 


1884. 






_ 


_ 


_ • 


« 


1 


_ 


_ 


3 


21 


_ 


25 


1885. 






- 


_ 


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- 


_ 


1 


_ 


3 


17 i 


_ 


21 


1886. 






_ 


_ 


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. 


1 


1 


_ 


4 


9 


_ 


15 


1887. 






_ 


_ 


_ 


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<> 


_ 


_ 


1 


16 


_ 


19 


1888. . 






- 




_ 


- 


_ 


1 


_ 


4 


38 


- 


43 


1889. . 






- 


- 


_ 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


32 . 


_ 


35 


1890. . 






_ 




— 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


5 


29 


_ 


35 


1891. . 






- 


- 1 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


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3 


24 


- 


27 


1892. . 






_ 


_ 


_ 


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_ 


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1 


20 


« 


22 


1893. . 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


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93 


_ 


95 


1894. . 






- 


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54 


_ 


56 


1895. . 






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180 


_ 


186 


1896. . 






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_ 


_ 


44 : 


_ 1 


44 


1897. . 






_ 


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_ 


27 


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27 


1898. . 






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1 


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1 

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24 


23 


34 


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1 

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Reserve, . 
Reserve, . 
Patrolnmn, 



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Pl'BLIC DOCLF.MENT — No. 49. 



39 



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Tahi.k IX. 

yvmber and Distribution of Ilorses lined in the Department. 



DIVISION. 


Van. 


r«trol. 


KIdlnK. 


Ambti- 
Unce. 


Driving. 


ToUlj. 


Headqpsrters, 




- 


- 


- 




3 


3 


1, - . 




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7 


1 


' 


10 


15, . 






- 


2 




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2 


16. . 






- 


1 


13 


- 


1 


15 


Signal serrice, repair depart- 

mcsit, 4^) Joj- Street. 
House «rf«letention, . 


2 


2 




- 


7 


9 
2 


Prison vsa, 


4 


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6 


26 


40 


5 


15 


91 



1903.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 



41 



Table X. 

Number of Arrests by Police Divisions during the Tear ending Nov. 

30, 1002. 





Males. 


Kfmatei. 


Tutalj. 


Ileailquarters, 












663 


147 


810 


Dicision 1, 












4,456 


472 


4,928 


Division 2, 












2,450 


149 


2,599 


Division 3, 












3,840 


971 


4,811 


Division 4, 












3,738 


8S8 


4,626 


Division 5, 












2.469 


443 


2,912 


Division 6, 












1,985 


271 


2,256 


Division 7, 












1,568 


195 


1,763 


Division 8, 












128 


2 


130 


Division 9, 












1,505 


146 


1,651 


Division 10, 












2,019 


291 


2,310 


IHvLsion 11, 












1,070 


65 


1,135 


Divbion 12, 












636 


103 


739 


Division IS, 












665 


44 


709 


DivL-ion U, 












382 


17 


399 


Division 15, 












2,077 


206 


2,283 


Division 16, 












625 


46 


671 


Totals, 


30,276 


4,456 


34,732 



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BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Table XV. 

Licenses of All C'Utsses, except for the Sale of Liquors, issued, etc., 
during the Year ending Nov. 30, 1902. 



CLASS OF LICENSE. 


•a 


■d 

c 

s 


■3 
C O 

<^ 
V 

c 

3 


T3 
f 

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■s ; 

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5 

o 


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ca 

c 
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o 

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Auctioneer, .... 


189 


- 


1 


- 


- 


$378 00 


Billinnl, pool .iiul sippio tible 


1,285 


12 


33 


20 


_ 


2,570 00 


and bowlini; alley. 














Conunon vitUi;ilU'r, . 


1,477 


40 


210 


.38 


- 


- 


Oog 


10,677 


- 


- 


196 


- 


24,390 40 


Driver, h.ick :inil cat). 


1,370 


- 


7 


8 


2 


685 00 


H.ackney carriage, 


1,459 


32 


68 


43 


- 


1,459 CO 


Innholder 


13 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Intelligence oflice, . 


103 


14 


4 


78 


- 


3,075 00 


Junk collector, .... 


603 


- 


16 


55 


- 


1,206 00 


.Junk shop keeper, . 


180 


17 


11 


6 


1 


900 00 


Musician, itinerant, . ■ . 


241 


- 


11 


2 


- 


241 00 


Musician, collective, . 


99 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pawnbroker, .... 


76 


7 


9 


5 


1 


3.800 00 


Private detective. 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


40 00 


Public lodging-house. 


16 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


Second-hand articles. 


334 


35 


25 


4 


1 


1,670 00 


Small loans, .... 


26 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1,300 00 


Street railway conductor and 


2,072 


_ 


2,209 


_ 


_ 


518 00 


driver. 














Wagon, . . • . 


5,779 


53 
210 


136 


8 


- 


5,779 00 


Totals, .... 


25,904 


2,741 


466 


5 


f 48,0 11 40- 



1903.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 



.59 



Table XVI. 

Xiimber of Do(j Licenses issued duninj the Year endiuy JVbr. 30. 

1902. 



DIVISIO 


.V. i M.les. 

1 


Femalem. 

1 


Brewleri, 


Spived. 




1, 










. ' 111 


27 


- 


1 


139 


2. 










. j 25 


4 


- 


1 


30 


3. 










. i 246 


84 


- 


7 


337 


4, 










. ; 200 


77 


2 


1 


280 


5, 










i 419 


134 


- 


5 


558 


6. 










1 336 


70 


1 


1 


408 


7, 










1 742 


176 


- 


3 


921 


9. 










j 1.034 


169 


3 


25 


1.231 


10. 










732 


151 


3 


5 


891 


11. 










1,924 


240 


4 


41 


2.209 


12, 










524 


93 


- 


3 


620 


13. 










1,155 


150 


1 


16 


U22 


14. 










550 


113 


o 


24 


689 


15, 










345 


79 


- 


- 


424 


16, 










j 433 

1 


70 


1 


9 


518 


Toti 


1e, . 


8.781 


1,637 


17 


142 


10,577 



60 



BOAKD OF t^GLICE. 



[Jan. 



Table XVII. 

Financial Statement for the Year ending Nov. 30, 1902. 



EXFESDITCKES, 

Pay of the officers, . 

Pensions, .... 

Fuel aud light. 

Water and ice, . 

Furniture and bedding, . 

Printing and stationery, . 

Care and cleaning station houses and city prison, 

Repairs to station houses and citj prison. 

Repairs and supplies to police stieamers. 

Rent and care of telephone and telegraph wires. 

Care and keeping horses, harnesses and vehicles. 

Purchase of horses and vehicles, . 

Carting prisoners to and from stetions and city prison, 

Feeding prisoners, .... 

Medical attendance, ... 

Transportation, .... 

Pursuit of criminals, ... 

Cloth for uniform and uniform ielmets 

Badges, buttons, clubs, belts, insignia, etc 

Travelling expenses and food fcr oflicers. 

Rent of buildings, ..... 

Miscellaneous,. ..... 



Total 

Expenses of house of detention and station house 
Expenses of liquor license bureau. 

Total 



matrons 



11,439,956 07 

94,240 28 

16,696 64 

607 01 

4,.504 34 

12,142 99 

25,292 74 

14,877 57 

9,920 68 

6,411 40 

15,.509 47 

3.062 82 

650 85 

1,846 40 

8,112 53 

3,346 86 

2,335 00 

12,717 08 

4.080 49 

3,118 58 

2,814 76 

235 50 

?1,682,380 06 

8,348 30 

54,057 81 

§1,744,786 17 



KEtEIPTS. 

For all licenses (except for sale of liquor),* . . . $23,621 00 

For sale of unclaimed and condesuned property, etc., . . 425 31 

For dog licenses (credited to scljool department), . . 24,390 40 

Total $48,436 71 

For liquor licenses 1,426,608 27 

For uniform cloth, etc. 10,780 76 

Total $1,485,825 74 



* Credited to police department. 



11103.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 61 



Table XVIII. 

Paymentu on Account of the Signal Si/xtem during the Year ending 

Xov. 30, 1902. 

Lalx.r f24,485 87 

Hay, grain, shoeing, etc 4,679 68 

Kent of telcplione instruments, 1,341 37 

Rent and care of buildings, 7,061 54 

Purchase of horses, harnesses and vehicles, .... 884 75 

Stable supplies and furniture 83 85 

Repairs on buildings, 3,673 04 

Repairing wagons, harnesses, etc., 1,37158 

Fuel, gas and water, 1,483 10 

Miscellaneous, car fares, etc., 1,356 81 

Sign.illing apparatus, repairs and supplies, .... 5,719 97 

Underground 5,287 40 

IVinting, stationery, etc 479 22 

ToUil f57,908 18 



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64 



BOARD OF POLICE 



[.lull. 1P03. 



The following-named persons lunc bfcn uwardi'd a (Ujiart- 
iiient medal, as provided by (Jenenil Order No. -^M , dated 
Nov. 12, 1894, on account ot" havinir i)crformcd .-^oiiie haz- 
ardous or dangerous service wliiio in the i)erfoniiaiu'f of duty 
as police officers : — 



funk. 


NAME. Division. 
1 




Dale. 


Patrolman, 


JlcCarthy, John D., 




i • 

1 14 

1 


Nov. 


12, 1>^94. 


Patrolman, 


Chandler, Wesley W., 




! 3 


Feb. 


2, lh95. 


Sergeant, . 


Rohrcr, George .\., Jr., 




; 4 

1 


Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Patrolman, 


Murphy, William .).,* 




'■ i 


Feb. 


2, 1&95. 


Deputy, 


Pierce, William H., 




i H.Q. 


Feb. 


2, 189.x 


Patrolman, 


Smith, John J., 




16 


Nov. 


29, 1895. 


Patrolman, 


Augusta, Amasa E., 




i 11 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Berry, Ilonry C, . 




15 


Jan. 


1, 1898, 


Patrolman, 


Gordon, William II., 




1 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Hayes, Peter A., . 




S.S. 


Jan. 


1. 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Armstrong, George A , 




9 


Mart 


h2'J, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Horton, Walter G., 




11 


Marc 


h 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Lewey, Edward F., 




2 


March 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Mullen, Edward II., 




15 


JIarch 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Allen, William 11., 




1 


Oct. 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Kelly, Charles B., . 




3 


Oct. 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Olds, Edward R., . 




15 


Sept. 


8, 1899. 


Patrolman, 


Biirrill, Christopher J., 




3 


Aug. 


31, 1901. 



i 



INDEX. 



A. 

rAOB 

Accidents fiZ, 63 

in streets, parks, itc. ........... B2, 63 

Alcohol, pare 15 

license to sell ■ .25,26 

Ambul.-uice service 25 

A rrests 17, 18 

aj;e and sex of persons arrested ......... 57 

comparative statement of .......... 55 

insane persons arrested . . . . . . . . 19, 20 

nativity of persons arrested 18 

n»mber of, by divisions 41 

punished by fine 19, 56 

total number of 17, IS, 41, 42-54 

.\utomobile carriages 23,24 

nnni1>cr licenseil 23, 24 



B. 

Benefits and i>ensions ...28 

rtertillon system 20, 21 

Board of Police ."» 



c. 

CarriaRes, pabi ic 23, 24 

antomobile ...23 

number licensed 23, 24 

City ordinances 18 

arrests for violation 18 

Claims, inspector of 22 

Clubs, .special ..26 

number licenseil ............ 36 

Commendations ............ 16 

Commitments ............. 19 

number of 19 

where to 19 

ComplainU 26, .18. :» 

aj^ainst police officers . ......... . .T8, ;i9 

a^inst liquor licenses 26 

against miscellaneous licenses . . . . . . . . 26, 27 

Counsel to Board W, 14 



01) 



INDEX. 



Criiiiiiial Investigation. lUire;in of 

:irrests 

photogmplis 

records 

rogues' gallerj- . 
Criminal work . 

coitipantive ftaicment of 



rxoE 

20-22 
21 

20-22 
21 

20-23 

21,56 
«• 



D. 



Deatlis .... 

by accident, suicide, etc. 
Departnicut. work of 

medals 
Dosrs 



2:1 
2.1 

17,18 
&t 

23, 5!t 



daniag?- done liy . 

number licenced 
Druggists ..... 

number licensed 
Drunkeunfc^^ .... 

arrest.' for, per day 

increase in number of arrests 

non-re-i'Ients arre>tod for . 



23 
.-«. 59 
2C 
26 
■J7, 50 
27 
18 
27 



E. 

Expenditures ............. 27,60 



F. 



Financial 

expenditure 

boix.*e of detention . . . . 

lifj^or licen-se .... 

pen:^ion.s ..... 

sisn.ll .system .... 
receipt-i ... ... 

liquor licen.se fees 

miicellaneou.s licen-se fees . 

Fines 

average amount of, imposed by courts 
amount of 












. 27.60 
. 27,60 
. 27,60 
. 2T, 60 
. 27.60 
. 27,61 
. 27,60 
. 27,60 
i;7, 58, 60 
. 1!>, 56 
. 19,56 
l'.» 



G. 



Gaming 

arrests for . 
property seized 
raids made . 



20 

20 
•JO 
20 



H. 



Harljor serrice . 

special duties i)erformeti 



24 
24 



IXDEX. 67 

rAGE 

Hors^ 17. 40 

boasUt. .>.>M. r-JC 17,40.60 

dt^ributiixa >.>J 40 

ncmWr in ^ttiix . 17, 40 



Imi»n-..':iiiu'iu. trnr.s <»( . 

Inc<>n?# ...... 

lTi.;i«e<iori>f cliitK* .... 

cliinii inv^-s-ticauM , 

■l»-alhs 1>T .i.viiioiii, I'to. 

xinie>.M.*s >tt03n^oneil . 
Tntoi>ciiins: U.;u.>r. licec?*-' f.-r >;ile of 

cltr?iirioativ>a of liceui^es 

r««npl:iints iciiust liceiise.1 ilcalers 

(r*j iKiiil tv>ci;y trv;u<r.r.-r . 

n;.uiQii<m nciiiVr of 

rirmWr ot .\j^T>Hc.itioi'.- ior licenses rt- 
Ilinerint n»usi\t»ns .... 

rif<»li c:\tion fv^r liconx'^ 

it-trunuMits «-x»uiin<V. 

in.<ninients v-s>niieunu*»l 

in^imniont^ p»«^se<i 

lioeoses cnatrsl .... 



10, .v; 

•J7. fiO 
22,23 
22 
23 
23 
22 

a->, 26 

26 
26 

■-■7.60 
26 
2G 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 

22,58 



L. 

I>ei;a'. -*Tvici> . 13, 14 

L!C?n*s 25, 26 

lienor 2S, 26 

miscelhuu-vxis 26, 27, 58 

I.iqntff 27 

[>*TTuits to >le3iTfr 27 

I>*>ans. stn.ill ............. 16 

Iyw1ji-»-housos> |<nblic 15 



if. 



Me<ia!s, dep;trtiu«rtit . 
Medical exaniio*rs' a$>i$t»ii; 
MUcellineous badness 
>fisc<-!Uneous IKspn^s 

toul nunil*rr issued . 

lOLiI nnnilvr irinsferred 

to<uI rnniU-r ■eincelled and revoked 

hearings i>n .... 

r.tt-rtiiit of f<>r~ oollocted for 







64 






22 






20 


. 26 


27 


58 


. je 


27 


r>s 




•26 


58 




27, 


58 




27, 


5S 




27. 


58 



X. 



Xiitivitj- «.f |H'r*>e* irrost<^ 



18 



(38 



INDEX. 



o. 



Offrnns, talrle <>( . . . ' . 
against tlie perM)n 
against properly, with vinlcnce 
against property, without violence 
against pro[>erly. malicious 
forgery ami, against cnrrcncy 
against licence laws . 
against chastity, morality, etc. 
niiscellaneoTis 
reca|iitiilatioii 



rACi 

. 42 -.'rJ 

. 42, 4:; 

. 4.$, 44 

. 44, 4.% 

4.', 

46 

. 46,47 

. 47, 48 

- 4!4-54 

M 



P. 

Parks, imlilic 14 

Pensions ami l«>nefit« ........... 28 

applicatimis for ............ 2ii 

estimates for ...'.... 2*i 

number of per.M>i]s on roll ...,.,..,- 2S 

payments on account of 2>5 

Permits to deliver liquor 27 

numher granted ........,,., 27 

nuinher cancelled or rev^»ked ......... 27 

Police charitahle fund 2« 

numher of l>eneficiaries ........,- 28 

Police dejiartment --...,....-. 5.'tJ 

arrests Iiy 17. 18, 42 

conijioscd of . . . . . . . . . . , -■;. 6. .'il 

deatlis in ."^'! 

officers of each rank, date appointed .,,,.... ^*o 

details, special events ......... . iW. 2!" 

distrihution of ,........,,. ."l 

officers appoint&d . . . . . . . . . . . 6. X' 

officers discharged, etc. . . . . . . , , , 6. ."Vi 

officers promoted ■'"•2 

officers retired . ..... . ..... fi. .'>4 

salaries ........ 6 

vehicles in nse in 17.2*.' 

Police divisions ............ 6-1-*. 

boundaries ............. 6-l-> 

Police Relief Association ........... 28 

invested fund «f 28 

payments ............. 28 

Police signal system .......... 2S». 30, 61 

cost of mainteruiiice ........... 61 

payments 61 

repairs and construction 29. -'50 

work of 2!>. ."JJ 

Property 1^ 

recovered ............. 1^ 

stolen in city 1^ 

Laken from prisoners and lodgers ........ 15> 

Public carriages ............ 2n. 24 

applications for licenses ......... :5!. 24..%8 



IXDEX. 



69 



Public lo-Iijlnc-lumors 

applio-.itiwins for Ucvusos 
autliorltT to Iic*tis«> . 
por.s*»ns Nrtdcr*! iti 

Public i>.irll» 

arrcslH L-n . . . 
l>:itri>l i>f . . . 

Pure alo'li'"! 

ai>i>liiMi»ii.» for li«.vn-<' to sell 



15 

in 

15,58 
15 
14 
U 
14 
15 
15 



.Sickn.'s. 


■■- 


alKi'ttcw '.111 arrourit of .... 


..- 


Small l>r»ii> 


16 


,^J»I^Ii^.lt^Jn ?"r lii**»ns<*s .... 


Hi 


Siation lioa-x- 


G-lo 


looatiiMi ><«;.,... 


fi-l;! 



Vehicles ..... 
in um- in J*!*!!!"*' »ti'pirinK'nt 



W. 



• 'tnctsT- 



WitncvH'-* .... 
altcml.i.T»pr in c^*urt by 
foes r;ir«HHl by otficors 
uuiiilvt 'dc'T.kliit.-il lit >tatiou 1ioum.'s 



in 

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I.I. 56 

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