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CONTENTS. 



Police departiiicnt, 

Rales of fi;i_v, 

Dirision l>oiinii:iiies, 

Registrali.in, 

L'-pil fpriire. 

Public parks. 

Public loi!;;irig-hou-cs 

Pure alc'idiil, 

Sroi'.l lonii?. . 

Commcnilationf , . 

Licenses {'<r the sale of into 

Permits t" deliver I'ljuor, 

Misci-llaniims licfn-ics. 

Vehicle sirvicc. 

Horses, 

Arrestii, 

I)rnnkcnnc>s, 

Misoellanc'jus business 

Illegal gaming, . 

B;:rcau of i-rirainal iriv 

Itinerant niii-iciana. 

Inspector of claims and 

Public carriag>.'ji, . 

Harbor r.ervico, . 

Police signal service, 

Special events, 

Pensions and benefits, 

Financial, 

Concl'jiii.ii, . 

Distribulii u if pcilicp f. 

Xarais of oiBccrs vlio 

Names of otfictTs who died during th 

Liit of idliccrs retired during tie year, 



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CONTENTS. 



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Nnmber of men in actire aervice, 49 

Officers discharged and resigned during the year, . . . ,60 

Absence from duty by reason of sickness during the year, , . 51 

OmipIainU against officers daring the year, 62 

Number and distribntioa of horses, 54 

Arrests by divisions daring the year, 66 

Arrests for year, by ofTeaces. 56 

Comparative statement of offences, 71 

Comparative statement of crime as to population, . . ' . 7t 

Age and sex of persons arretted, • . 73 

Licenses of all classes, 74 

Dog licenses issued, 75 

Financial statement, 75 

Payments on account of signal system, 77 

Accidents, 7g 

Registration by wards and precincts, go 

Registration, supplementary list, gi 

Department medal awarded gg 



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REPOKT. 



Headc'artetj of the Police DErABTMEXT, 

OrriCE or the Boakd oy Police, 29 Pkubbrton SorARE. 

Boston, Dec. 1, 1903. 

To His Ezcdidicy JoHX I,. Hates, Oovcmor. 

Yon: KxcKiXENCV : — The Board (if Polire fur the citv 
of Boston, in complianic '.vith the pnivi.sior.s of chapter Z2'A 
of the Aets of 1885, ha.s the honor to submit the foIlon-ir..j 
report of the work of the police department for the j'car 
endinir Nov. 30, U'03. 



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TlIK 

The [Oiice (lti«rtraent 
posed of : — 



Dk!-.M;T>!KNT. 

Ojh'ci rs. 
as at present constituted is com- 



Boanl of Police, . 




S 


Matrons of station bouses. 


~ 


Clerk of the Beard. . 




1 


Director of signal service. 


I 


Superintendent of police, 


. 


1 


Assistant director of signa 




Deputy saperiiitendenrs 


of 




service. 


1 


police. 




o 


Foreman, 




1 


Chief inspector, . 


, 


1 


Signalmen, . 




6 


Captains, 




21 


Mechanics, . 




o 


Inspectors, . 




21 


Linemen, 




O 


Inspector n{ carriages (!iea- 




Driver. . 




1 


tennnt), . 




1 


ChaufTeiir, . 




I 


Ucctenants, 




So 


Groundiiiaii, 




1 


Sergeants, . 




60 


Firemen on |»oiice steamers 


s 


Patrelraca, . 




1,000 


Van drivers. 


2 


Ueserre officers, . 




100 


Foreman of stable. 




AssUtaiit keeper of city 




Hostlers, 


11 


pri-on. 




1 


AssisLint steward of cit^ 




Matrons of house of deten- 




prison. 


1 


tion, .... 




4 1 


Janitors, 


. 


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Diiilrilmtinn nf' I^^ixf;. 
The diitritnttion <.r the force is .-hown bv Tabli' I. < >a 
Xovcmber .''.0 there wen- •-'(> vacancies, viz., 1 >cri:c:ii t, is 



6 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

reserve men and 1 assistant keci>or. During the year lfi4 
officers were appointed (including 101 reserve men) and 2 
reinstated (including 1 reserve man), 10 discharged, 5 re- 
signed (including 3 reserve men), 41 retired on pension and 
10 died. (SeoTablesIII., IV., V. and VI.) 

Rates of Pat. 

The following are the established i«tes of police' salaries : — 

Soperintendent, $4,000 per annam. 

Deputy superintendents, ..... 3,000 each, per annum. 

Chief inspector, 2,800 per annum. 

Captains, 2,500 each, per annnm. 

Inspectors, 1,600 each, per annam. 

Lientenaots 1,600 each, per annum. 

Sergeants, 1,400 each, per annum. 

Patrohnen : first year of i*er\ ice, $1,000; second year, 
$1,100 ; third year and .after, $1,200. 

Reserve men : first year of service, $2 per day ; second 
year, $2.25 per day ; third rear and after, $2.50 per day. 

Division. BocxDAKiEs. 

The following are the boundaries of the several jxjlice 
divisions : — 

Divisum No. 1. — Beginning at a point on the harbor 
line at equal distance between T \\Tiarf and Long Wharf ; 
thence northerly and westerly hj the harlK)r line to the 
Charles River bridge, to and including one-half the draw on 
said bridge ; thence by the Charles River chtiiinel through 
and including one-lialf the drawbridges of the Warren bridge 
and the Fitchburg Railroad bridge ; thence to the Cambridge 
line ; thence by the Canibridgc line to a point opposite the 
centre of Nashua Street ; thence to and through the centre 
of Nashua Street to Causeway Street ; thence through the 
centre of Causeway Street to Portland Street ; thence 
through the centre of Portland .Street to Ilanover Street; 
thence tlirough tlio <cntre of Hanover Street to Union 
Street; theiue tliruugli tht; centre of Union Street to a point 
opposite the centre of Fancuil Hall ; thence through the 
centre of Fancuil Hall and Fanouil Hall market to Com- 



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mercial Street ; thence through the centre of Commercial 
Street to South M:irket Street; thence through tlie centre of 
Sonth Miirket Street to Atlantic Avenue ; thence tlirough 
the centre of Atlantic Avenue to a point nt equal distance 
between T Wharf and Long Wharf; thence to tiic point of 
beginning. 

The stjition house is located on Hanover Street near Cross 
Street. 

Dirision A'o. 2. — Beginning at a point on the harbor 
line at eqial distance between T Wharf and Long Wharf : 
thence to a jK)int on .\tlantic Avenue at equal distance \ye- 
tween T \Vliarf and Ixjng Wharf; thence tlu-ough the centre 
of Atlantic Avenue to South Market Street; thence through 
the centre of South Market Street to Commercial Street ; 
thence thn^uch the centre of Commercial .Street to a j>oint 
opposite the centre of Faneuil Ebill market ; thence througii 
the centre of Faneuil Hall market and Faneuil Hall to a 
point opjK)-ite the centre of Faneuil Hall ; tiicnce to and 
through the centre of Union Street to Hanover Street ; 
thence thrv>ugh the centre of Hanover Street to Tremont 
Kow; tlicnce tlirough the centre of Tremont Row to Howard 
Street; thence through the centre of Howard Street to 
Somerset Street; thence through the centre of Somerset 
Street to Beacon Street ; thence through the centre of 
Beacon Street to the south-west side of Park Street ; thence 
by the south-west side of Park Street to Tremont Street; 
thence by the nonh-wcst side of Tremont .Street to Winter 
Street; thence tlirough the centre of Winter Street to 
Sununcr Street ; thence tlu'ough the centre of Summer 
Street to tl;c centre of Fort Point channel; thence through 
the centi-o of said Fort Point channel to and including one- 
half the drawbridge on the Congress Street bridge ; and by 
the harbur line to the point of bc>rinnin;r. 

Th« station house is located in Court Square. 

Division Ao. .?. — Bi'ginningat a point on the Cambridge 
line, oi>posit^ the centre of Nashua Street ; thence to and 
tlu'ougli the eetitre c<f Na.-hua Street to Causeway Street : 
thence throuL'h the centre of Cau>c>\ay Street to Portland 
.Street; tlience tlirough the ccnfic ol' Portland Street to 
Hanover .Street: thence throu<_'li the centre of Hanover 



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Street to Treniont Row ; thence tlirough the centre of Tre- 
mont Row to Howard Street ; thence through the centre of 
Howard Street to Somerset Street ; thence through the cen- 
tre of Somerset Street to Bejicon Street ; thence through the 
centre of Beacon Street to the south side of Park Street; 
thence by the south side of Beacon Street to Charles 
Street ; thence by the centre of Beacon Street to Brimmer 
Street ; thence by the centre of Brimmer Street to Back Street ; 
thence through the centre of Back Street to Otter Street ; 
thence througli the centre of Otter Street and Otter 
Street extended to the Cambridge line in Charles River; 
thence by the Cambridge line to the point of beginning. 

The station house is located on Jov Street, near Cam- 
bridge Street. 

Divi/tion ^Vo. 4. — Beginning at the centre of the Fort 
Point channel opposite the centre of Summer Street ; thence 
to and through the centre of Summer Street to Winter 
Street ; thence to and through the centre of Winter Street 
to the north-.west side of Tremont Street; thence by the 
north-west side of Tremont Street to the jouth-west side of 
Park Street; thence by the south-west side of Park Street 
to the south side of Beacon Street to Charlej* Street ; thence 
tlirough the centre of Charles Street tt) Park Square ; thence 
through the centre of Park Square and the centre of Colum-- 
bus Avenue to the Boston & Albany Railroad tracks on 
Columbus Avenue ; thence through the centre of said tracks 
to Broadway ; thence through the centre of Broadway to 
and including one-half the drawbridge on the Broadway 
bridge ; thence northerly by the Fort Point channel thi-ough 
and including one-half the drawbridge on the Federal Street 
bridge, the Mt. Washington Avenue bridge, and the New 
England Railroad bridge to the point of beginning. 

The station house is located on La Grange Street. 

Division No. 5. — Beginning at a point in the centre of 
the draw on Broadway bridge ; thence through Broadway to 
the Boston & Albany Railroad tracks; thence through the 
centre of the Boston & Albany iiailroad tracks to the niil- 
. road track-s of the New York, New Haven &. Hartford Rail- 
• roa<l. Providence division ; thence through the centre of said 
latter tra<ks U» Camden Street ; thence through the centre 



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of Comden Street to "Wasliinirton Street ; thence throagh the 
ceutrc of ^^':lshingtoll Street to Pi-t Lenox Street; thence 
through the ci ntre of Ka>t Linox Street to Fellows Street; 
thence through the centre of Fellow-^ Street to Northampton 
Street ; thence through the centre of Northampton Street to 
Albunv Street ; tlienco through tiie centre of Albany Street 
to MaAs\chu';('tts Avenue : thence through the centre of 
Massachusetts Avenue to the Kuxburj canal; thence throagh 
the centn.' of the Roxburv caaa! to a point opposite the 
centre cf Hast rrooklit.e Sticct : thoncc to a point at the 
north-o-.\sterlv I'ud of Pine IshmJ ; theiicc through the centre 
of Soutli Rav and Foit Point clu-unel tlii-ough and including 
one-half the dnuv iif tlie I">ovrr Street bridge to the point of 
beginning. 

The station lu>u>e i- li>e:itcd un East Dedham Street. 

Din\ii^n \(i. />'. — F>eginning at a point on the hariior 
line opjxi-ito tiie centre of Dorch^-ter Street ; thence through 
the centre cf Dorciioter Street to Andrew Square ; thence 
through the centre of Andre'"- Srjuare to Boston -Streei ; 
tlience t'.irough tlie centre of Bo-ton Street to "Willow 
Court; ihenee through the centre of "Willow Court and 
"Willow Court extended to the New England IJaiUoad trucks; 
thence hv tiie eastern boundary of said railroad tracks to a 
jioint op[><i>ite the north-oa<terly end of Pine Island: thence 
to a jwint at tlie north-ea-terlv end of J^ine Island; thence 
through the centre of South Pav and Fort Point channel 
through and ineluding ine-hall" the dra\vl)ridgcs of the Dover 
Street. Bmadwav. Federal Street. Mt. "Wa.shington Avenue. 
New England K'ailroad and Coiigit-.^s Street bridges to the 
harbor line oi; the luntlieilv point of South Boston; thence 
easterh and soiitjjeily along >aid line to the point of begin- 
ning. 

The statiun house is locate 1 on Broadway, near C Street. 
• Di'!s,'.,, .V„. 7. — Inclnde.- a'l ihe territory within the 
limit.s of Ea-t Bo-ton and Breed's I-land. 

The .-taliiMi liou-o i- located on ]\[eridian Street, near 
Paris Strc. t. 

I)l>i.-,'.ii .\". s. — En.'Tace- and includes all the wat<r3 
in the inner harhor fmt-ide tiie haibor line, and, coneiir- 
rentlv with ilie diiicrent divi-iuus on the water front, 'the 



10 BOAKD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

watoro inside the harbor lino, and all the waters of the outer 
harbor and the isUinds within the same included either in 
whole or in jiart in the criminal jurisdiction of the county 
of Suffolk: also concurrent jurisdiction with the countj' of 
Plymouth in the town of Hull and that i>iirt of the town 
of Hingham as described in the police manual. The officer 
in command of the liarlior police is also harbor master, and 
has coumiand of the officers and crews of the police boats 
and the men connected therewith. 

The station house is located on the comer of Battery and 
Commercial streets. 

Di'ixion Xo. 9. — Beginning at a point in the centre of 
Willow Court at the intersection of Boston Street ; thence 
througli the centre of said Willow Court and Willow Court 
extended to the Xew England Kailroad tracks ; thence by 
the easterly lx>uudary of said railroad tracks to a point op- 
posite the north-easterly end of Pine Island ; thence to a 
point at the north-easterly end of Pine Island ; thence to a 
point in the centre of Roxbury canal opposite the centre of 
East Brookline Street ; thence through tiie centre of Rox- 
bury- canal to Massachusetts Avenue ; thence through the 
centre of Massachusetts Avenue to Albany Street; thence 
through the centre of Alljany Street to Northampton Street ; 
thence through tlie centre of Northampton Street to Fellow* 
Street ; thence through the centre of Fellows Street to lAst 
Lenox Street ; thence through the centre of East Lenox 
Street to Washington Street ; thence through the centre of 
Washington Street to Columbus Avenue ; thence through 
the centre of Columbus Avenue to Seaver Street; thence 
through the centre 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 ; theoce through the centre of Boston Street 
to the iK>int of fjeginning. 

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

Division Xo. 10. — Beginning at a point in the centre 
of Washington .Street at the intersection of Camden Street ; 
i?; thence through the centre of Camden Street to Gainslx>r- 

ou^'h Street ; thence throu<rh the centre of Gainsborouffh 



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Street to Huntincrtoii Avemio; thtnce thmngh the centre 
of IIuntini;ton Avtniio to the boundary line of the park 
system at the corner of Huntington Avenue nnd Hemonway 
Street : thence bv said ea>icriy boundary line by the Fen- 
^vav, Ivi\ ci-.viiy and .latuaicaway to a p.iint opposite the 
centre of Byni.cr Street : thenee tlu-o'igh the ecLtre of 
Bvnner Street to I>.iy Street: thence through the centre 
of Day Street to Centre Street: thence tiirough the centre 
of Centre Street to Sheridan Street: thence through the 
centre of Siieridan Street to Chestnut Avenue; thence 
through the centre c( Chestnut Avenue to Mozrirt ."^treet; 
thence tiirough the centre of Mo7.art Street to Athertcn 
Street; thence through the centre of Athe:rcii .Street to 
Washington Street ; thence through the centre of Washing- 
ton .Street to tlie point of beginning. 

The station hnuse i< located at No. 1 1 7') (.oIu:;:L)us Avenue, 
near Ti-eniont Street. 

Di'vi.-^ioii 3V,. ]J. — Beginning at a jwdnt do the dividing 
line between Hyde I'ark and Boston in tiie centre of Har- 
vard Street ; thence tiirough the ce.Ttre uf Harvard "Street 
to Blue Hill Avenue ; theuce through the centre of Blue 
Hill Avenue to Cohunbia Koad ; thence through the centre 
of Columbia lioad to Boston Street : thence through the 
centre of Boston Street to Mt. Vernon ."^treet : tlience 
through the centre of r'ilt. Vernon ."r^treet and Columbia 
Road to Carson ."-Street : thence through the centre of Car- 
son Street and Carson .Street extended to the harbor line ; 
thence by said line and by the boundary line between Quincj' 
and Boston, ^lillon ami Boston, and Hyde Park and B).-ton, 
to the point of licginiiing. 

The station iiouse is legated on Adams .Street, corner of 
Arcadia Street. There arc al.^o sub-stations at Neponset on 
^Valnut Street, near Neponset Avenue : at Dorchester Lower 
ililld, on the corner of Richmond and Washington .-trMpts; 
on ilorton Street, opposite the Forest Avenue .-t;'.tion ; and 
:it Mattapan on Blue Hill Avenue, at Mattaj.an Square, which 
are provided fur the otheers detailed for duf.- in those 
localities. 

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12 BOARD OF POLICi:. [Jan. 

line opposite the centre of Dorchester Sti-eet; thence through 
the centre of Dorchester Street to Andrew S<^iuare; thence 
through the centre of Andrew Square -to Boston Street; 
thence through the centre of Boston Street to Mt. Vernon 
Street; thence through the centre of Mt, Vernon Street and 
Colombia Kosd to Carson Street ; thence through the centre 
of Carson Street and Carson Street extended to the harbor 
line; thence easterly, northerly and westerly by the said 
harbor line to the point of beginning, including all the park 
system at City Point, South Boston.- _* 

The station house is located on Fourth Street, near K -'] 

Street. 

DlKiition Xo. 13. — Beginning at a point on the dividing 
line between Hyde Park and Boston in the centre of Har- 
vard .Street; thence tlirough the centre of Harvard Street 
to Bine Hill Avenue ; thence through the centre of Blue 
Hill Avenue to Scavcr Street; tlicnce through the centre * 

of Seaver Street to Columbus Avenue ; thence through the 
centre of Columbus Avenue to Atherton Street ; thence 
tlirough the centre of Atherton Street to Mozart Street; 
thence through the centre of Mozart Street to Chestnut * 

Avenue; thence tlirough the centre of Chestnut Avenue to 
Sheridan Street ; thence through the centre of Sheridan Street 
to Centre Street ; thence through 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 jark system ; thence by 
said boundary- line to a point opposite the centre of Willow 
Pond Boad ; thence through the centre of Willow Pond 
Road to the dividing line between Boston and Brookline ; 
thence by said dividing line and the dividing line between 
Xewton and Boston, Dedliani and Boston, and Ilyde Park 
and Boston, to the point of beginning. 

The station hoase is located on Scaverns Avenue, Jamaica 
Plain. 

Dici^ioii Xo. 14. — Includes all the territory of the 
fonnertown of Brighton and of Boston wist of a line begin- 
ning at the dividing line between Cambridge and Boston in 
the centre of the Kssex .Street brid;?e ; thence throuirh the 



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ceiitro of llic said Essex Street briilyc and Essex Street to 
the dividing line between Eroolcline and Boston. 

The station house is Irioated on "Wasisington Street, junc- 
tion of Cambridge Street. 

DiilsliDi Xn. 15. — [mludos all the territory of tlie 
former city of Cli.arlestowu. 
• The station house is in the old City Hall, on City Square. 

IHvisinn So. 16. — Beginning at a jwint on the Cam- 
bridge lin(^ opposite tlie centre of Otter Street; thence to 
and through the centre of Otter Street to Back Street ; 
thence tiinmgli the centre of Back Street to Brimmer Street ; 
thence thruugli the centre of Brinnuer Street to Be;\con 
Street: tluiice. tiu'ough the centre of Beticon Street to 
Cliarles Street; thence through the centre uf Charles Street 
to Park Si|uare : thenc- through the centre of Park Square 
and the centre of Columl^.- Avenue to the Boston iIc Albany 
Riilrond tr;icks : thence through the centre of said tracks to 
the niilroail tracks of the Xew Ycjrk, Xew Haven & Hart- 
ford Pailroad. Providence divi-ioii ; thence through the - 
centre of >;iid latter tnicks to Gainsborough Street; thence 
throuirh the ( entre of (iainsborouirh Street to Huntin^ou 
Avenue; tlicnce through the centre of Huntington Avenue 
to the eastern boundary line of the park system at the cor- 
ner of Ilniitington -V venue and Hemeinvay .Street ; thence 
we.-terl}' and -outherly along the said park system line by 
the' Fenwa}, the Rivervray and the .lamaicaway to a point 
opposite the centre of Willow Pond K<jad ; thence tlu'ough 
the centre of Willow Pond Koad to the diviiiing line l)etweeii 
Brooklinc and Boston : thence northerly by said dividing 
line to the easterly side of St. ifary .Street extended ; 
thence by the easterly side of St. ^[ary Street extended and 
St. Mary Street to the south side of Commonwealth Avenue ; 
thence by the south side of Commonwealth Avenue to a 
point opjiosite the centre of Essex Street ; thence through 
the centre of Essex Street and the Essex Street bridge to 
the iioiiit of beginning. 

The .italion house is located on BoyUton Street, near the 
corner of Hereford Street.. 



14 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

. -r - 

Relating to the Listixo of Persons Twenty Years op W 

Age or over, Residents of the City of BosTOjf, 
In accordance with the provisions of chapter 279 of the 
" Acts and Resolves of 1903," the Board of Police this year -< 

for the first time prepared lists of '* male persons of tweuty 
years of age or upwards who resided in the city of Boston _ ' 

on May 1, 1903." Such lists are used by the Election Com- *^ 

' missioners as a basis in preparing the annual voting list, '■-. \ 

and have been made in former years by the Board of Assess- 
ors. The Board of Police was instructed by said chapter 
279 to prepare these lists during the first seven days of 3I»y. 
It is of advantasre that the work should be done in a^t few 
days as jxjssible, because the residents are constantly chang- 
ing their residences from one place to another in the city, 
and may be listed as residents in more than one place, 
throujrh the errors of informants, unless the listinj; is done 
quickly. Peraons also are continually leaving IJoston, and 
it is important that the latter should not be listed at all. '■• 

While there is not time for the Board of Police to check the ja 

fe; lists for duplications and errors before they are printed, . -: 

these duplications and errors are very likely to be discov- 
ered later by persons who may send men to register as 
voters in the names of persons who no longer live in the 
place where they listed, and as they are no longer knovro in , 

the precinct, this can be done with comparative safety. In 
f 1903, when the work was done in seven days, only 207 .•« 

^} such duplications were found. It is to be noted that there 

I' are now in the city of Boston 194 precincts, so tliat there 

*> were only a few more such duplications tlian one to each 

^ precinct of the city. In 1902, when the work covered forty .,- 

days, 918 such duplications were found. 

During the seven da^s the following number of policemen 
were employed in this work: Friday, May 1, 1,0.54; 
Satmvlay, May 2, 1,04.5; ilonday. May 4, 996; Tuesday, j| 

May .5, 1,007; Wednesday, ^May 0, 705; Thursday, 3fay 
7, 430 ; Friday. !May 8, 140. As each station completed 
the work, the officers on the work decreased in number. 

The police ofHccr was provided with printed cards upon 
which l)lank spaces were left for the ward, precinct, street 

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and number, ii:iiiie, occupation, age, reported residence May 
1, 1002, of the resident, and for the officer's number, name 
of informant and informant's street and number. One card 
was prcparcil in advance with the name of the street and the 
number "f the hou>e for every hou.-e in the city. The 
police otiirer was instructed to ri-it each house, and by in- 
quiry of some reliable person inform himself of the facta 
necessary to enable him to fill in a card tor each male person 
residing therein wlio was over twenty years of age. 

Day ofncers wcr.' detailed to thi^ work on their various 
routes, and all the night officers in a stiitiori, aft<T their 
night work was dont , were detailed during the day in one 
particular iirecinct, in order that a precinct might be com- 
pleted a? soon a* po>>ible. (Xote that uiore police officers 
were on duty and tliat the city was ther«-fi>re better prot-ectcd 
during the day and up to ten oclo-'-k at night ttian it gener- 
ally is. Diiring the remainder of the night the usual pro- 
tection \ras given.) "When the c-ards for a precinct were 
completed they were sent at onc« to Police Station IG, 
where, in the drill hall, clerks, var\Mng in number fi'om 100 
to 22.'i, worked during the day and part of the night in 
copying the contents of the cards on to the li^ts, making 
two lists at one time with carbon paper, one for the Election 
Commissioners and one for the printer, to whom they were 
sent on May 11. 

Fac\i oiEcer wa> provided with an epitome of the law of 
domicile in his pamiih'.et of in?trui-tions, and it was found 
that fiw names wovi- erroneously let't off or placed on the 
lists by reason of igru.ratice of the law bv police ofiicers. 
AViiere ditnculties could be anticijated, however, as in 
hotels and large lodging-houses, lieutenants and sergeants 
were detaik-d to f)btain the iiifomiatifm cnccrninsT the resi- 
dents therein. 

No serious difficulty, except that of delay, w.as exjie- 
rienced in oblaiiiing accurate infortuatiou tIu'ou:rh interpre- 
ter-, tlu.;ii.'h intcrjin tcrs had to !v- nM-i in many insbuues; 
:ini! it vi- found m< re difficult, for this .-;:id otiier rea.-ons, 
to acconipli-li th.- work in M>u:e divi.-ioiis than in others. 
The m:ij..rii_v of llie police stations tiui-licd the work in tive 
da_v.~ : h;;t all >even davs uere ncces-arv in some instances. 



ir, BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Section 1 of ciiapter 279 further provides that the Board 
of Police " shall aUo inquire, at tlie residence* of the women 
voters whose names are contained in the list transmitted to 
them bv the F^Icction Commissioners under section 8 of this 
act, whether siuli women voters arc resident thereat, and 
shall thereujwu make true lists of the womea voters found 
by them." A card of a different color, but othenvise similar 
to that used in noting facts concerning a male resident, was 
used to obtain this information concerning women voters, f' 

and such lists were made and supplied to the Election Com- 
missioners. 

Prorision was made in said chapter 270 for adding to the 
lists of male residents by supplementary lists. There were 
3,412 applications made to be added to the lists. These 
omissions were occasioned in different ways. ^\-S above 
.stated, a card was written before the 1st of ifay for every 
house in thi- city. Owing to the short time that the Board 
of Police had for prciKiring a complete list of houses, cards 
for a number of Ijouses were omitted (such as new houses, ' 
etc.). Officers were iiistnicted to visit each house, whether 
a card had been prepared or not ; but in some cases houses > ► 

for which no canls were provided were not visited, by error 
of tlie officers. Many applications to be placed on the sup- 
plementary lists were made b}' persons living in such omitted 
houses. A more complete list of houses will be made before 
May 1, 1904. Besidents were omitted who were temporarily 
absent from the city on May 1, and whose names were not 
given to the ix>lice by the occupants of the house where 
they resided, from ignorance of the law. ilany residents 
of Boston leave the city and close their homes before ilay 1. 
Provision is made in the iwmphlet of instructions that an 
officer who findi« a house closed, if he cannot get of the 
neighbors reliable information, shall ascertain the business 
address of the occupant, wliere accurate infonnation may be 
obtained ; but the infonnation so obtained may come after 
the seven days liave expired, and so cannot be made use of. 
Soldiers und sailors, commercial and other travellers, who 
were al)-etit on ilay 1, also properh' applied during the 
summer to be placed on tlie supplementary lists. It is to 
be anticipated, therefore, that many such applications will 



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be iiitide every ycir in the futuru, as they have been in the 
past. 

The prepanition of the>.' li^ts has been of benefit to the 
police forte. It is the duty of a polite offioer to tamiliari/.e 
himself with the names and fares of persons who reside on 
his route, in order that, among other reasons, he may be 
able to prevent illegal voting at caueuscs and elections. 
The offii ers' jirivilege and duty, under the new law. to inquire 
'j at each house the names of the male persons living therein, 

has irreatiy aided tJiem t<-> know the men who live on their 
routes. I'riiiteil copies of the lists of re>idcnts are furnished 
to all officers, to aid tlieni in this work. These facts are 
well known among violate r~ of the election law. and ait as 
a deterrent. 

It i-. to lie noted, in connection \\ith thi> subjecr of the 
listing of residents, that police officei-s arc trained by their 
prole-sional fluties to su-;pei-t and detect attemjite I violations 
of the law. Att^-mpts to violate the laws relating to the 
listing of tlie residents, cither by false information on May 1, 
or b\' making a iiilse apj)li.-ation to be put on the supple- 
mentary list, should be, and wi- think oft<_'u are, instinctively 
susiJCcted and prevented by police otiicers : and it is certain 
that malefactors are d< terred from making such attempts 
by the knowledge that .-uch applications have to be made 
and infonnation given to a police officer in tlic presence of 
a numlter of ])olice officer*. 

It would seem that certain portions of .•-aid chapter 279 
are not consistent. .'Section 4, which provides for tlic mak- 
ing of applications to be put on the supi)!ementarv list, 
sa3-.s, in the third jianigrapii : " //' ///e hoard ■•/ police are 
j"j.lv<Jii:J that such ataterneriU are true, thev shall give such 
applicant a certificate that he was a resident of said city on 
said fir.-t day of May." .Si-ction 7 says: "The board of 
police shall forthwith, after any such applicant has been 
given a certificate, make investigation as to whether sm h 
ai)plica!;t actually resided at thj time named in the state- 
ment p'escnted by him in the buildintr named tljiicin.'' 
The Board of Police had to decide whether, in accordance 
Mith section I, they -liould sati»fy theni>elvcs bv examina- 
tion that the .-tatements ma le iiy the applicant wen true 



18 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

hefope tber gave the certUicatc to that effect, or whether 
thej sboold certify («a perhaps suggested by section 7) to 
the tnxth of the 8t4itoment l>efoie they liad made exaiuiuation 
into the £u;ts. In thli connection it is to be noted that tlie 
exanunation of the applications was not merely formal. 
The lav <^ domicile in diiiicult to understand, and is not 
uod«r4ood by moot i>er:>ons. Honest applications were 
made bj persons who believed that they were entitled to 
be ]»ted, bat who were not. There were 52 applications 
refosed after examination ; 9 cases were prosecuted ; 6 per- 
son* wers convicted under the provisions of chapter 279, 
whic& provides a |)unishment for persons making false 
ftppKf^tioiw. The following sentences were imposed: 1, 
to sir months' imprUonmeut ; 2, to three months; 1, to 
si.xty day*; and 2, to thirty d:iys. 

It was isome inconvenience to the would-be voter to have 
to make two trips to be registered as a voter; first to make 
hi« application to the Boaid of Police, and again to the 
Election Commissioners with his certificate of residence to 
be registered as a voter: but the inconvenience Is not so 
serkwr s matter as it would at first seem to be. After an 
apf^ortion bad been examined and approved by the Board 
of Police, the certificate, that the applicant resided where he 
said he did was sent bj' |)olice officers to the residence of the 
appiksat; and as after Oct. 3, 1903, the Election Cominis- 
siMKXs <^)eaed offices for the registration of voters in the 
vaxieia» ootlying parts of Boston, it was obviously not 
neeeasarr for the applicant who resided at some distance 
from the centre of the city to make a second trip to the 
Electioa Commissioners' office in Court Square, but he could 
take hh certificate to the place near his home where pro- 
vii>ioQi vrzi made for the registration of voters. They could 
then regjiter as voters in time to vote at the State election, 
but oot :i the first primaries, A large proportion of the 
applieaaVi (1,493) lived within a short distance of Court 
Square-- 

ITse foll/jwing plan, a< a renjc(l\' for the inconvenience 
refeixed to above, was ■•uggC'-tcd to the city conmiittces of 
IxAh parties, and worked >!itisr:ict(»rily to the limited extent 
to vriach the persons interested chose to use it. The city 



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coimnittccs were invited to give to the jiolicc a li^-t of the 
persons found to have been omitted from the list of resi- 
dent--^, ami an examination ^\-as made at once at the residence 
of those peoide. Copies of tiie names and residences of 
such per-ons as were found to be residents were given to all 
officers detailed to receive applications to be placed on the 
supplementary list, and such persons were ofiven certificates 
at once on application. A very large proiwrtion of such 
omis-ions are di.^-overed In- the t^o political parties ; and 
if the w.ird conuuiltecs undci-siand and adopt the above sug- 
gested ])lan, applicants to be placed on tlie supplementary 
list would be given their certilicatcs on application, and 
could then take them at once to the Electicm Commissioners' 
office. 

The Board of Police made examination into the truth of the 
statements made in applications before tiioy g;ive the cer- 
tificates of residence, and the Board recommends that tlie 
phi-aseology of chapter 279 l)e adapted to this policy. The 
third paragniph of section 4 of chjipter 279 should be amended 
also. It read> at present as follows : " But no person sliall 
be listed or be given such certificate later than the first da}* 
of September.' During part of the hist da}- of August and 
on the first day of Septcmher in 1903 there was therefore 
no time to examine into the tiuthof the statements in appli- 
cations. The Board therefore gave certificates on those 
days at the time applications were made, and made the ex- 
amination afterward, with the result that twelve certificates 
were cancelled after it proved that tlie .-tiitemeuts made in 
the applications were false. The Board recommends that 
the third paragraph of section 4 be amended by striking 
out the last two lines thereof and iu^erting in their place the 
following: " But no such application shall l)c received later 
than the fir.-t day of September, and no such certificate -hall 
be given later than the tenth day of September."' In this 
way the work of lifting will end September 1, and the Board 
will he en:iblcd to examine into the truth or falsity of tijc 
application- before giving certificates tiurcfor. 

The Board of Bolici decided that ajjplicaticns to he placed 
on the .-upplemeiitary list of residents would be received 
only at head(jUart>rs in I'.iuberton S(iuare. There is umJi 



20 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

detail in connection with the filing of such applications and 
the making oath thereto, such as the transcription into the 
book provided for by the statute, the correction and cheek- 
ing of errors in the printed list-:, and the daily reference to 
the^ original cards riled at headquarters, besides the legal 
<juestion3 which arose. The work would have been difficult 
to accomplish satisfactorily except at headquarters under 
one direction- 
It was suggested that it would be more couTenient for the 
applicants to file and take oath to their applications at the 
police stations nearest thch' homes, and that a projiortioa of 
applicants, Ironi modesty or timidity, might be prevented 
from applying by the fact that at headfiuaitcns in Pembertoii 
Square criminal* might be .seen and police officers would be 
present. But if applications had been made at police station 
houses applicants would have been subjected to the same 
conditions, pcrhajjs more intensified, inasmuch a-s more 
criminals are brought to station houses than to headquarters, 
and at least the same number of olHcials would be present 
at the stations as at hejulquarters. The majority of the 
applicants were protected from such annoyances by pro- 
viding for the filing of applications in a room in the clerical 
portion of the otiices in Pemberton Square not used for 
criminal business. 

Section 2 of chapter 279 provides that the Board of Police 
"shall, on or before the twelfth day of May of each year," 
transmit to the Election Commissioners the lists made as 
provided in the preceding section. By '* li^ts" are meant 
the lists as copied byjhe clerks from the original cards. 
While it is possible for such lists to be copied before the 
12th of May, a* was done this year, the cost of copying ia 
very nmch increased by the fact that a large proportion of 
the work has to l>e done at night at a higher rate j)er hour. 
The Board of Police recommends tliat the law be so altered 
tliat the lists may be transmitted to the Election Commis- 
S sioiicrs before the i8th of ilay, instead of the 12th. 

Section 2 of cluiptcr 271) provides that the Board of Police 
"shall, on or before the fifteenth day of June of each year," 
prepare ceilain lists, as above provided for, "printed in 
pamphlet form," etc. While it is possible to print such 



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iy04.] PrRf.IC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 21 

lists bcforo the fifteonih day of June, as ■was done this year, 
it i<. lor the same reasons given above, exp.;nsive to accom- 
plish tlie n-rk in the ^Il0^t time given. The Board of 
IV.Iicc tiieteuo- ncommendo that the law be so altered that 
the lists may be prinled Ix-fore tlie first day i)f July, instead 
of bil'ore the tifieenth day of .June. 

The Boar', of roliee recommends that provision be made 
fur tlie {iiir.-^hinent of one who aids or abetj a person in 
making a fulsc allidavit. taking a false oath or tiling a false 
certificate r-rliV.iig to the njalifiiatioiis of a:.y person in 
r.j--to:i fer b-;-riL' listed or given a certificate by the Board 
of Police. 

The I'ioari if Police reconmnnds that chapter :.'7!', sec- 
tions - and "•. bi- so amended tiiat it sliall i:Ot require the 
Eoiud c'f P '.'.ro 1.1 gi\e tf) the Eh'Ciiun Commissioni-rs nor 
to print in :>:•• li-ts ji'iblished in jximphlct form the names 
and i<-.-idi!i-e- ol' the pei-s<ins who give the iid'ormation 
relating' to i ulc' ]ht>oiis and women voters residing in the 
city if Po-ti ::. As the original cards eontaiuiag such facts 
are ke|>t on lilc in tlie office of the Board of Police, the 
cojiying :ini printing i>f such matter would seem to be un- 
necessary :uii e\])en~ive. 

As Act KEL.vnvK to the Listing and Registeatios of Voters 

IN THE CiTT OF BoSTOS. 

Be il eitnctcd f" the Senate and Eouse of Beprt^-:n-'alicts in Gtneral 
Court assim'A-.d, nti'l by the aul?u>rily of the f-anu, oifolloux : 

Section I. Whoever la Boston aids or abets a person in know- 
ingly or wilful'y miking a false atfidavit, takiag a false oath or 
signing a fal~e certificate, relitive to the qual;5catioQ8 of any 
person for be:2g listed as a resident thereof or given a certiScate 
of such rc&iJence by the board of police, shall be punished by 
imprisonment for not more than one year. 

Sectkin •_'. Section one of chapter two hundred and seventy- 
. nine of the acls of the year nineteen hundred and three is hereby 
amended by striking out the vvhole of said seclioa, and inserting 
in p'.aie there; f the fo'Iowing: — Seclior. 1. In Boston the board 
of police hliii'.!. within the first seven week days of May in each 
year, by thcrr:~r'.ves or their officers, visit every building in said 
city, and after uiligont inquiry make true lists, arranged by 
streets, war, is atj.l voting precincts, and containing, as nearly as 
lliey can a^cer.aiij, t!ic name, age, occupation tad residence on 



22 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

the firet day of May in the curreat year, and the residence on the 
first day of May in the preceding year, of every male person, 
twenty years of age or upwards, residing in said city. They shall 
designate in such lists all buildings used as residences by such 
male j)er8on8, iu their order on the street where they are located, 
by giving the number or other dcflnite description of each such 
building so that it can be readily identified, »nd shall place oppo- 
site the number or other description of each sncfa building the 
name, age and occupation of every such male person residing 
therein on the first day of May in the current year, and his resi- 
dence on the first day of May in the preceding year. They shall 
Also inquire at the residences of the women voters whose names 
are contained in the list transmitted to them by the election com- 
missioners under section eight of this act whether such womea 
voters are resident thereat, and shall thereu[>on make true lists of 
the women voters found by them. 

They shall place in such lists, opposite the name of each sach 
male person or woman voter, the name of the inmate, owner or 
occupant of the building, or the name and residence of any other 
person, who gives the information relating to such male person or 
woman voter. Where such information is given by one person 
relating to more than one such male person or woman voter resid- 
ing in one building, ditto marks may be used in such lists under 
the name of the person giving the information, after his name has 
been once placed opi>ositc the name of such male person or woman 
voter first written down as residing in such building. 
[jij The board of police shall, upon the personal application of a 

fj person listed either upon the original or supplementary lists for 

! the correction of any error in their lists, or whenever informed of 

any such error, make due investigation, and upon proof thereof 
correct the same on their original or supplementary lists, and 
^ ;i shall immediately notify the election commissioners of such cor- 

t ;! rection, who shall correct their copies of said lists accordingly and 

fl proceed to revise and correct the registers under the provisions of 

^! section fifty-one of chapter eleven of the Revised Laws. The 

^^ board of police shall cause all applications and affidavits received 

S) by them under this section to be preserved for two years. 

^ SECrrox 3. Section two of chapter two hundred and seventy- 

nine of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and three ia hereby 
amended by striking out the whole of said section, and inserting 
in place thereof the following : — Seclion 2. The board of police 
shall, on or before the eighteenth day of iSIay in each year, trans- 
mit to the election commiasioners certified copies of those parts of 
the lists prepared as provided in seclion one, containing the name. 



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1904.] rUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 23 

a^e, occupation nnJ residonee on ttie first day of May in the cur- 
rent year, nnd the resilience on the first day of May in the preced- 
ing year, of every male person, twenty years of age or upwards. 
re;idiu2 in said city, and shall promptly transmit to the election 
commissioners notice of every addition to and correction in the 
lists made by them. The board of police shall furnish all infor- 
mation iu their possessioa necessary to aid the election commis- 
aioncrs in the performance of their duties. 

Sectiox 4. Section three of chapter two hundred and Beventy- 
nine of the nets of the ye»r nineteen hundred and three is hereby 
amended by striking oct the whole of said section, and inserting 
in place thereof the following: — Section 3. Tiie board of police 
sLall, on or before the first d.ty of July in each year, prepare 
printed copies of the lista prepared for the use of the election 
commissioners. They shall print such lists in pamphlet form by 
precincts, deliver to the election commissioners as many copies 
thereof as they may reqaire, and hold the remaining copies for 
public distribution. 

Section 5. Section foiir of chapter two hundred and seventv- 
nine of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and three is hereby 
amended by striking otil llie whole of said section, and inserting 
in place thereof the following: — Section 4. If a male person, 
twenty years of age or upwards, resident in Boston on the first day 
of May, was not listed bj the l>oard of police, he shall, in order to 
establish his right to be liste<i, appear before a member of the 
lx)ard of police, the soperintendent, a deputy superintendent or an 
inspector of police, who arv hereby authorized to administer oaths 
for this purpose, and present under oath a statement in writing 
that he was on said day a resident of said city, giving his name, 
age, cKCupation and residence on the first day of May in the cur- 
rent year, and his residonco on the Erst day of May in the pre- 
ceding year. 

A male person, twcniy years of age or upwards, who becomes r. 
resident of said city after the first day of May, and desires to ^•e 
listed, shall appear before a member of the board of police, the 
superintendent, a deputy superintendent or an inspector of police, 
who are hereby aulhorred to administer oaths for this purpose, 
and present under oath a ulatenient in writing that he became a 
resi.lenl of said city at least six months immediatt-ly preceding the 
election iit which he claims the right to vote, giving his name, a;je, 
occupation and residence on the abov,; date, and his residcnc'.- on 
the first day of May in the preceding yc:ir. 

if the board of police, ifter inveslij;atiou, are satisfied that such 
Btitemeiils are true, they shall gi\e such niiplicnnt a certificate 



24 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jau. 

that he was a resident of said city oa said flret day of May, or a 'j- 

certificate that be became a resident at least six months iinine- -^ 

dialely preceding such election, as the case may be, which certifl- 
cale ehall state bi» name, age, occupation and residence on the 
first day of May in tbe current year or on the above date, as the 
case may be, and hi» residence on the first day of May in the pre- 
ceding year; but DO such application shall be received later than T 
the first day of September, and no such person shall be listed or 
be given such certificate later than the tenth day of September. 

In every place where oaths are administered as required by this 
act the board of police shall poet in a conspicuous place a copy of 
section three huodred and eighty-nine of chapter eleven of the 
Revised Laws, as amended by this act, printed on white paper 
with black ink, in type not less than one quarter of an inch wide. 

Skctton 6. Section five of chapter two hundred and seveuty- 
nine of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and three is hereby 
amended by striking ont the whole of said section, and inserting 
in place thereof the following: — Section 5. The board of police 
shall enter the date of application, the name, age, occupation and \^ 

residence on the first day of May in the current year and the resi- 
dence on tlie first day of Slav in the preceding 3-ear, of each such '• 
applicant, as above provided, together with the result of their 
investigation of his application, in a book provided for that pur- 
pose, which shall be open for public inspection. They shall cause 
to be printed, in some newspaper published in Boston, the name 
and residence of each such applicant. The names and residences 
of such applicants shall be printed by wards and precincts within " < 
two days after the number of names of such applicants, not printed, 
reaches fifty ; and on the day when such number is reached, tbe 
names to be printed within such two days shall include the names 
of all such applicants up to the close of business for this purpose 
in the office of the board of police on such day. 

Section 7. Section seven of chapter two hundred and seventy- » 

nine of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and three is hereby 
repealed. 

Section 8. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

Kegistkatiox P^xpk.v.-sks. 

The expense.-? of registerinir the ii-ts of residents, not in- 
cluding the services rendered l)y tlie members of the police 
force, were as fulIoHS : — 



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25 



rrintiiij:, 

CKrii-al servii-. . 

C.mls and rarxl cabinets 

Intorprolers, . 

>t;itionrry, 

Advertising naiues, 

Incidentalii, . 



Total 



$28,104 39 

8.774 13 

3,&o6 72 

764 00 

477 28 

454 55 

128 64 

♦42.249 71 



Legal .Service. 

>rr. .To-oph Warren, who s*rved as counsel to the Board 
o^ Pulicr .-iiue May 1, lil02, resigned on .June 1 LLSt. 

Mr. Ili^mce G. AUen a|n>eared for the piosccition ia fi 
ca^ea of violation of the election and registration laws, and 
Mr. ■\Villiani H. Vincent in o such cases. Conviction fol- 
lowed prosecution in of these c-a>es, I was discontinued 
for want of evidence, and 2 were discharged b}- the court. 

On Pec. 1, 10O.3, Mr. K. E. Adams was appointed coun-el 
for the Board of Police. 

Public Parks. 

To police the parks during the pa<t vear it t<)ok a pernia- 
utiit force of ."it* men, consLsting of 1 lieutenant, 2 sergeants, 
.■!2 patrolmen, 1 reserve man. >* uh-d mounted on bicycles and 
l.> on horses. To aid this force, det;iils were made on .Sun- 
days, holidays and sjjeiMal occasions, .aggregating 1 ,1 21 men, 
and consisting of .S lieutenants, liO sergeants, l,ii2;i i)atrol- 
men and ."•;• reserve men. 

The :uTe>t4i in the jiarks amounted to 2t)i>, 2.'')0 l>eiug men 
ytnd 'M women. 

The folltiwinir are the olTence-s for which arrests were 
made : — 



I'ii\iii!j . liorse faster ihau tun ujiles an Lour, 
1 'riving; heavy teams in parkways. . 
t>|>ir.iUii;; a iuutur \ehicle faster than eight 
niilos .in hour. ...... 

llavini; fri-.-h-pliicked flowers in possession, . 
'rrr-[i.is,sin;; on mltivated ground, . 
Unlawful pv'hSes-ion of firearms, 



1 


- : 


1 


19 


- 1 


19 







o 


1 


i 


8 


5 


- ' 


5 


2 


- 


2 



■26 



BOAllD OF 1X)LICE. 



Cutting or breaking shrubs, eta. 

Assault. 

Assault and buttery, . 
Disorderly conduct, . 
Indecent exposure. 
Drunkenness, .... 
Larceny, ..... 
Profanity, ..... 
Discharging firearms. 
Suspicions persons, . 
Vagrancy, 

Totals, 




Pi lii.ic Loik;i.\(;-hov.<es. 

Kvpry l)uil(Jiii,ir in the city of Boston, not licensed a.s an 
inn, in which ten or more persons arc lodged for twenty- 
five cents or less each per night, is a i)ublic lodging-liouse, 
and<r ciiapter 414 of tlie Acts of 1894; and the Board of 
Police is authorized to grant licenses to such lodging-houses 
after the inspector of buildings lias certified tliat the build- 
ing is provided with [jroper exits and appliances for giving 
alarm to the inmates in case of tire, and the Batrd of Health 
has ccrtilied that tlie .sanitary condition is satisfactory. 
Under this law 22 applications for licenses were received, 
18 were granted, 2 rejected, 1 withdrawn and 1 is pending. 

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



I 



IXiCATIOa. 



1G4 Commercial Street, . 
242 246 Commercial Street, 
234 Commercial Street, . 
23*1 Commercial Street, . 
187 Hanover Street, . 

19 Causeway Street, 

37 Green Street, 
886 Washington Street, 
120 Eliot Street, 



Number ladled. 



2.i,794 
30,480 
76,169 
10,425 
46,231 
13,8:54 
37,176 
111,32.5 
44,321 



15<i4.] PUBLIC LMX'UMENT — No. i;». 27 



Sarut^T iod^rd. 



Z-J KdinVKjrc.ii<rli Stnct 13.200 

!5 KavU Stroit ; 3!.c-S;< 

IC-io \Va5liin;:ton Stroct ' •J7,i6ij 

lUl Wa-'hiti^'lon Stnit ' 8i»17 

r..-;."; Wa^hififrton Street, ] 17^S03 

!':»v6 Wa^liinjrlon sitcet 1 I6>95 

y.OJ \\'x'hinj,'ton Stne: ' i*/'43 

Total. i .-■.■^'^.967 



PlKK ALOHH'I,. 

Section Is ,if cli.iiirer !" • of the Hevi>ed Laws ptv.vide> 
for lJccii>o.s i)f t!io -cvc'iit.'i 'liiis t<> he issued to deal- rs in 
jja;nts or chemical.- to .sell alculiol for meilianit-al, i!i:iLiufac- 
tiiriri<r or chemical purp<"»-e.s only. Xiiictcen applic-ition.s 
Tr«:r(; received f(ir liii-n-.--- of thi.s class, and the ai«[)!i'.-ants 
being cn;raged in bu.-im--. .-iS required by l:i\v, all the .-^.i)]'!!- 
catiori.s were irranted. 

SM.'.i.i. L<).\.N.-. 

T«e!it\'-one applications were received for lio-nsLCS to 
niike .sn)all loans, sci urcd by niorfg:i;.'e, pK-tlge of household 
I'omiturc oi- other pi-rso^ai projierty (>xcmpt Irom attach- 
ra^rnt, or by as.-iL'nuicnt of \va<:e.s for personal .service, for 
les- than $:iiMi and at a nit« of interest Lrrcatcr than l. per 
cent., \'J of wliich were iminted. 1 withdrawn and 1 pei: linir. 

C'>i.\rK.N"i).\TH(.\.s. 

I>urin;^ the year ."i^i inerribers of the dejiartnieiit were com- 
niended by the Board and »-J2 by public oliiccrs, societies or 
citizen-, for the follow ini' reusons : — 

R<?-cuin;f pi-r.-ons from fire 1 

Pr^-nipt .iciion in alarming' inmates of burning l)uililin<;s, . . 5 
Virilancu in diACdveriiig a ti.'e, prompt action in giving alarm. 
iaJ tiji rittuii'U.-. .-i rvi. x- in r-r-.-ulMg per.-oiia from tlie Iniriii:;^ 

tiililiijjr 3 

i»;irg.-nc<; in a'-i-liiig |itr?"n» 'f '-^-ape frnm a Inirning lnnMinL', 5 

.i'n.cnpt aelion in ili-tovi-rinir ar.'l extinguishing a ilro, ... 2 

C<j>:r.igu ariil pre Uijil ;u .,< n in -topping rimaw.-iy h^ Tm -, . . i'5 

C'- iragi- in urrc-liiig n. i '.aii^in:; ti.e arri.'.-l of (li.-ori!«rl\' ptr~o:is. 2 

Vi^ji'ance a'ld c'our.i''c in ur:c?:;n.r burglars, ..... 3 



28 BOARD OF POLICP:. [Jan. 

Courage in arresting boose-breakera, 7 

Vigilance and prompt acdoo in arresting store-breakers, 2 

Diligence and prompC action in apprehending a person who bad 

coouniUed a feloaioos asMalt, 2 

Prompt action in parmiog and arresting a person wbo attempted 

to commit murder, 1 

Diligence and tact in arresting murderers, 4 

Courage in pursuing and arresting a person who had attacked 

him with a loaded rerolver, 1 

Diligence in pursuing and arresting thieves and recorering prop- 
erty stolen by them, 3 

Vigilance in arrestinf^ a thief while engaged in committing a 

robbery, 1 

Diligence in apprehending and securing the conriction of robbers, 2 

Diligence in ret'OTering stolen properly. 5 

Courageous conduct, after being dangerously wounded with a 
knife, in pursuing and arresting the jirisoner who had assaulted 

him 1 

Diligence in the performance of duly 39 

Toul 115 

Licenses fok the Sale of Ixtoxicatixg Li'^lor. 
The law licensing the sale of intoxicating liquor in this 
city provides that not more than one place shall be licensed 
for each 500 of the population, as ascertained by the last 
national or State census, nor shall the number of places in 
any event exceed 1,000. 

Number of places licensed doring the yenr, 980 

Number of licenses granted and not paid for, .... 4 

Number of licenses snrrendered for cancellation, .... 59 

Number of new licenses granted in their placed, .... 59 

The following is a cla.ssificd list of the licenses in force 

Nov. 30, iy03:— - 



First innholder, , . .77 
First victualler, . . . 695 
Second victualler, , . .11 

Fourth distiller, . . . 2 ' 

Fourth wholesale dealer "B," 95 i Total 980 



Fourth grocer, . . .72 

Fourth wholesale druggist, . 6 
Fifth brewer, .... 22 



Durinjr the year there wire issued 25':} druggist licenses, 
46 special ckib licenses and li) special licenses to sell pure 
alcohol. Of these. (> druggist licohscs were cancelled. 



1904.] PDBLIC DOCl'MEXT— No. 4!i. •2f\ 

Number of complaints for violation of condi.iDns of lictnses made 

to Boanl of I'olicv. 6 

Number of hearings given, ........ 6 

Numtx-r of piates where licenses were forft-ifed, .... 1 

NumVer of complaints fur violation of conditions of licenses made 

in court, 1 

Arrests for selling without .i licen.«e 157 

Seizures made, ...... ..... . 304 

Amount of liquors seized (gallon?), 1,019 

Number of applications received, 1,500 

Number of applications for licenses reject*"^.. .... 89 

Number of applications for licenses on file, ..... 32 

The following -hows the nature of tlie complaints upon 
which lict'Mso were forfeited b_v tht- Board of Police from 
Dec. 1, l'tO-2. to Xov. 30, l^ii.H: — 

.Selling intoxicating iiquor in violation of li.^nse, .... 1 

PEII.MITS TO 1)EL1>"EK LtQlOR. 

Holders of fourth and fifth cla-? licenses are re(]iiired to 
ohtain permits for such of their einplf)_vees as are cngjigL-d iu 
delivt-riiig int<jxi<_»itiug liquor from teams. The^e jiermits . 
have to be .-hown to police otiicers, ca demand, and are re- 
voked in case the holder is found delivering licjuor illegally, 
or under suspiciou.- circumstance*. During the p.ist vcar 
I'.'jii such permits were granted and '.'.'« cancelled or revoked. 

_Ml-CELI,ANEOt > J.i(XN>KS. 

The total number of licenses i^-utd of all kinds, e.vcept 
for the tale of iuto.xicating liquor, *\a,- 2t'i,'.\-2\ -. tntnsferred. 
It.') : cancelled and revoked, :^,Ji(>. The otiiet-r^ investi- 
gated .S.H'.t compIainN arising undi-r these licenses, and 2 
hearing-; were given by the Boaivl 'in tliese complaints. 
The fee? collected and paid into the city tieasury amounted 
to *47. 071.1.-. (See Tabic XV. J 

Veiiki.e .**EKVICE. 

.lll/Ol.'Oh,'!'-. 

This year f(>r the (ii>t time an autouioliile was usid by the 
jiolice department. .V ■• ."-"tanley " -team autdiiKjbile was 
.-elected, liecau-c it was durable a.nd light and made little 



.W BOAED OF POLICE. [Jan. 

EOisc. It w:is Used tluriag the daytime in that part of the 
eitj known a.s the Back Bay district, where the most ex- 
peosjire residences of the city arc located, \ery nearly all 
(cri which are left vacant during the summer. Tiiicves, in 
fonner vears, have woAai in thia district iu the daytime 
asd not during the ni^it time. Hcverul years ago many of 
these houses were entraed during the summer while they 
•arere unoct-upied, and therefore unprotected by occupants. 
During the past two ye»s the police force in the Back Bay 
has lx?en increased during the summer t<5 give the required 
proCection. During the it*st summer the ex5>eriment was 
nsadc of not adding to the force, but making the automobile 
give the same protection as the addition of four mounted 
siifn and tluee oflScers. Two broken back doors have been 
iiiwind (iiirinj; the summer, but notliiiiir has been stolen in 
tie district covered by tise automobile. 

irince July 1 the autceEiobile has run tlu-ough tlie roads 
and back alleys of the Back Bay district 7,U37i,^ miles, 
gHided by a chaufleur. An officer in uniform has ridden in 
tlae automobile on a scat high enough to allow him to look 
orer the back fences. It has run ever}' da}', good weather 
aod Ixid weather, betweeu three and four hours in the mom- 
iaiirand l>etween three aed four hours in the afternoon. It 
hat* never, except in cast:* of neces-iity, run more rapidly 
tfeao six miles per hour, it has Ijcen prevented from running 
tiine days by accidents t*. its machinery and running gear. 
Thtzi'e have been J320-O3 exj)ended on repairs, mainly on 
/J*'* tires. The mads ov»2- which it has run have no grades, 
aaad are in good condition. With the aid of an odometer it 
ias been easy for the cae^Cain to known what work it has 
diwie during the day. 

Few arrests have l>een made by the oflSc-er on the auto- 
matnle, but the presence »>f the automobile with the olBcer 
La* discouraged loafers aasd disreputable people from fre- 
qnenting the Back Bay «sl-'trict. It has not been used to 
orertakc other automobile, or mnaway horses or es<-aping 
feSoo.-?, nor was it intendtsl that it should be thus usc<l, 
thtOGgh in the future auli?/«iiobile> may be found uf use for 
the^ and other jjurpooe*. 



1 '."'4. 



ITBLIC IK>CUM1:NT— No. V.K 



:U 



?450 


00 


315 


00 


124 


07 


12 


00 


320 03 



C-(< cr' Huujiirig the Automobile from July 1 to Sot: 17, 2003. 
S.i'.r^"7 of (mlice officer, 
Sa'.s-T of ihuulleur, 
Oaso.-ece. 
Oil 

X-oil ?1,221 10 

Thr eNiHT.-c of ~<'ven ir.cn and four hor>o> would lie much 

Ainljiilance. 

Tbr dojwrtnicnt is now equipped with ten ambulances, 
Ific-atr-i in tin- follow ir.g police divisions: 1, 4, (!, 7, 10, 11, 
ir,. :;. 1.-. aiid If,. 

DcjriniT the yc;ir the ambulances respoiidtVi to calls to 
conv.j ^ick or injured persons to the followin'g places : — 



Cirj rT-ispital (Reliif Su- 




Cbardon Street Home, 


o 


tioz'-, .... 


847 


City Prison, . 


3 


City CMSpiwl, 


o90 


Home, .... 


103 


Ma5>i'r.i;sett5 General Hos- 




From fires, . 


7 


piul .... 


203 


.Morgue, 


5 


Ero«-r-r^<.j- Hocpital, . 


37 


Charles Street Jail, 


4 


CarL'T^ Hospil.tl, 


21 


Waj-farers' Lodge, 


2 


Chi;dr^::"s Hospital, . 


10 


Cambridge Jail, . 


1 


r.viric-in !Iii5|>it:il, . _ . 


9 


Koxbury District Court, 


1 


Fac'.i_i.=rr Ilojpilal, 


<" 


Police station houses, . 


18 


N'ew £:!;irl.uul Hospital. 




Ladder 12 house, . 


1 


UoiLlC^-.j'at'liL- lK■:^pi^:ll, 




Calls wliere services wcic 




Elic- ir^i'ii..!. . 


J 


not required, 


145 


B:iptL< !Iospital, . 
PiertJ! Farm, 










Total 


2,021 



32 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan . 



List of Vehicles uxed by the DqtaTtmeiit. 



DIVJHOXS. 


1 


c 

& 

« 

* 

JZ 

5 




1 

Urn 


i 

1 • 


1 


S 

i 


1 


Division 1, . 
Division 2, . 
Divigion 3, . 
Division 4, . 
Division 5, . 
Division 6, . 
Division 7, . 
Division 8, . 
Division 9, . 
Division 10, . 
Division 11, . 
Division 12, . 
Division 13, . 
Division 14, . 
Division 15, . 
Division 16, . 
Joy Street stable. 






3 

} 


- 
6 


1 




- 1 1 

- f 

ill 

- 1 

- 1 

:i; 

-\ 1 

-l 1 
-1 1 

-1 1 

-« 1 

4S 1 


1 

2 
1 

1 

4 


1 

1 
1 

2 
4 


3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 

2 
3 
5 
1 
6 
5 
3 
5 
22 


Totals, . 




• 


18 


6 


1 




4 1; 10 

1 


9 


9 


68 



HOR-SES. 

On the 1st of December, 1902, there were 91 horses in 
the service. During the year 2 were sold, -4 were i>archa3ed 
and 2 were shot on account of l^eing disabled. At the 
present time there are 91 in 8cr\'ice, as shown by Table IX. 



WOHK OF THE DePARTMEXT. 

A^rresis. 
The total number of persons arrested was 43,033, against 
34,732 the jM^ceding year, beingan increase of 8,301. The 
percentage of increase or dfcrea.se was as follows : — 



Offence* against the person, locrease. 

Offences against property, committed with violence, . Increase, 
Offences against property, committed without violent-*. Increase, 
Maliciou'? offences against property, .... Increase, 
Forgery and offences against the currency, . 
Offences against the license laws. 
Offences against chastity, morality, etc.. 
Offences not included in the foregoing. 



rnCcnt. 

.79 

17.66 

.40 

1.55 

Increase, 20.00 

Increase, 11.55 

Decrease, 1.44 

Increase, 29.97 



H'OJ.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 4«J. 



33 



Ti:i-iv were 4,')13 persons am-sted on warrants and 3G,0').5 
with.mt warrants; i\4G:) i>erson,s were smnmoned by tlie 
roiirt. 40,t;48 persons wore held for trial and 2,385' were 
r(Ieas<-vl from custody. Tlie nunibfr of males arrested Mas 
37, .^'li : of females. 5.171 ; of foreigners, 10,952, or approxi- 
mately, 4i;.3i; per cent. : of minors, 5,4r>2. Of the total 
niimU^r arrested 14. •U4, or 29.3s per cent, were non- 
re-idonts. (See Tables X., XI. and XII.) 

'I he nativity of the prisoners was as follows : 



United States, 


. 23,081 


, Wale.s, . 


18 


British I*rovinces 


. 3,629 


1 

' East Indies, . 


3 


Ireland, 


. 9,559 


1 West Indies, 


44 


Etiglajid, 


. 1.20S 


Turkey, 


31 


France. 


. . 71 


South .\tnerica. . 


7 


Ceroiany, 


. 3U 


Switzerland, 


11 


Ita!v. . 


. 1.219 


Belgium, 


82 


liU.'.sia, . 


. 1.198 


Africa, . 


8 


Chin.i, . 


. 572 


Hungary, 


2 


Greece. 


. S13 


Asia, 


1 


Sweden. 


. 616 


Arabia,. 


3 


Sc/jllinil. 


. 594 


Mexico, 


5 
4 


Spain. . 


11 


Syria, . . 


Norway, 


- 153 


Armenia, 


1 


I'o!:ji.1, 


120 


Australia, 


5 


Au«tria, 


59 


Japaji 


1 


I'urto_:ri:, . 


• • ^^ 1 


Hawaiian Islands. 


1 


>in):.nd. 


33 j 


Rouniania, . 


2 


Li nmark, 


47 j 




Holland. . 


IS ■ 


Total. . 


.-1:5.033 



Ihe number of arre.ts for tlie year is 43,033, bein- an 
incre.-ise of .S,;^01 from last year, and :,,S\>7 more than°the 
avera-e for the pa>t fiv. years. There uerc 27.757 per.-ons 
arrc>t.-d for dru.,kenr>ess, bein- 8,5'.M. more than hist year 
and ..,980 more than the average for the past fiv.- years. 
Of this increase in drunkenness this year 25.14 per cent, 
^^ere males and 2..;i j^r cent, females". (See Tables XI 
Xn. :u,d XHI.) ■ ^ •• 

Of llie total number of am-t.. In,- the v.;u- (13.0;;.;), 
l."'-'2 .^v■|■e for violations .,f the city ordinances; that is to 
^ay. 1 arre>t in 39 was for ~u.h olleuce. or 2.54 p, ,• cent. 

FitU-seven and fony-ix I,nndredt!,. per c.nt. of pers(,ns 



;U liOARI) OF POLKK. [Jan. 

t.-iken into custody were between the a^res of twenty and 
forty. (See Table XIV.) 

The number of i>ersons puiushed by fines was 11,787, and 
the fines aniDunted to $!•;;,! 72. i»7. (See Table XIII.) 

Seventv-five persons were coniiiiitted to the State Prison, 
:i,SO'J to the House of Conection, '.tl to the Women's Prison, 
167 to the Reformatory Prison, 1,117 to the House of In- >-| 

dnstry and .380 to other institutions. The total years of ' 

imprL«onment were 2,'.tl9i%2, tiic total number of days' 
attendance in court by officers was 34,805 and the witness 
fees amounted to $9,057. 

The value of property taken from jirisoners and lodgers 
was $51,205.40. 

One hundred and thirty-one witnesses were detained at 
station houses and 1>2 j)ersons were accommodated with lod/r- 
ingf^ an increase of 8.80 per cent, from last year. There 
wa? a decrease of about 12.15 [ht cent, from last year in 
the number of insane persons taken in charge, an increase 
of about ;^.'.)5 per cent, in the number of sick and injured 
persons assisted and an increase of about 7.1> per cent, iu 
the number of lost children cared for. 

The average amount of property reported stolen in the 
city for the five years from ISftii to 1903, inclusive, was 
$ll-t,34ij.01 ; in 1903 it w:ls ?;15(;,421.3«, or M2,075.37 
more than the average. In the same period the average, 
amoant of property reported stolen in and out of the city 
which was recovered by the Boston police was $225,323.54; 
in 1903 it was $35t;, 742.92, or $131,419.38 more than the 
average. 

The avei-age amount of tines imposed by courts for the 
five years from 1899 to 1903, inclusive, was $97,203.29; in 
1903 it was $93,172.97, or $4,030.32 less than the average. 
The average number of days' attendance in coart was 31,- 
*539; in 1903 it was 34,805, or 3,ir)(; more than the aver- . 
age. The average amount of witness fees earned was 
$8,811.79; in 1903 it was :j;'.»,057, or $245.21 more than 
the averag'-. (See Table X III. ) 



IPOl.] 



PUBLIC IHjCrMEXT— No. I'.i 



.{5 



!/ 



Arrests for druiikenn'-.- averaged 7i; per i\:i\- tlurine tlie 
_vc:ir, 01- l.><'.i i)er >viiv. of tlic population. Tlicro were s.oliO 
more persons lure^i^d ;iiaii ia 191)2, an iiuivaso of 44.81 
per cent. : 42. .').•; pr-r cect. of the aire^tcd pei-^ons were non- 
residents and 4fi.7.; j.er .-ent. were of f<irei<:ii birth. (Sec 
Table XI.) 



I*O«-0l. : IBOI-OS. I»«t-«3. 



Ab.iniionod children carec fcr, 

AcciilcnU ri-|>orted, .... 

I'uiliiin^s fuiiiid open and iciie secure 

Cases inve.-t;j:;ited, 

Danpt-Tous buildin^^ re^.-rjed. . 

Dangerous cliimnev; rri'untd. 

Dead bodies ctioil ior, . 

Defective ce>.<j>oo!s rep^jr'^ei. 

Defective drains and vanlu reported, . 

Defective fire alarms uni clwts reported. 

Defective ?:is pipes niMjn^ 

Defective hydr.ints repo--<l. 

Defective lumps refK>r!<sd. . 

Defective s.wers re}rjrt«d, . 

Dcfcitivc -ireeis ;ind Tri-tc rei^.rted, 

Defective water pip«-5 r>-:<ti'->-d. . 

Disturb.Hiices suppre'**>ii,' 

E.xtra duties perfom>rd. 

Fire alarms g^iven. 

Fires extiii<ruished, 

Into.xicated person? s'5i»4AKi, 

I.o.-t children restored.. 

Insane persons taken j) utairf. . 

Mis.siii<j persons reported. . 

.Mi^sin;,' persons foui/d. 

Persians rc^outd from drvwiitj^. . 

Sick and injured pertoat astisU-d, 

Stray ti ^ni^ put up. 

Street obstruclious rrtuCTed, 

Water running to wirte r»';/-rted, 

Witnesses detained. 



28 

2.S29 

3.009 

2'),7G1 

21 

G 

2.SG 

189 

2S 



S 

2.277 

2.001 

21,131 

n 

4 

219 
399 



U 

2,550 

2.851 

21,674 

23 

4 

264 

222 

5 



o 


1 1 


_ 


l-l> 


125 i 


81 


116 


100 1 


108 


7,181 


8.543 ' 


11,170 


,'.0 


.'12 


25 


9,.'?41 


11,073 


9,755 


2H4 


250 , 


259 


1,6,VS 


1.472 ! 


1,611 


2I,C47 


33.734 ' 


33,532 


LCM 


1,1.S2 • 


1.436 


570 : 


598 i 


664 


.10 1 


34 


27 


1.673 


1,535 


1.656 


855 1 


395 


347 


805 ; 


342 ; 


319 


105 


125 i 


123 


35 


43 ' 


31 


3,928 


.!.951 


4,052 


237 : 


213 


302 


57.314 i 


59.9 IS 


91.158 


276] 


244 ' 


290 


161 


1U9 1 


131 



/'.'»-//</,' C'uminrf. 

I-:i^t vear there iv*t'- i'.'. raids made on p..li,\ ,|i,,ps : thi< 

vear, I't;. Last vi -ar tUcre «-ltc l;!:i niids ..n .'th"r pla.es 

where <raiir,liML' -.la^ Ki-pccted of b.in«.' carried (m : tlii- 

year. li'i;. |^<t y-ur :hcn- were 1.1 l.l pcr->uii> unvoted. 



36 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

and proj^ertj' to the amount of $2,:^ 05..') 8 seized ; this year 
tJiere were .^7;5 persons arrested, and property to tlie value 
of $1,323.18 seized. 

Bureau of Criminal Inveali'iatiou. 
The " Rogue!5' Grallery "' now contains 1 7,829 photographs, 
12,829 of which are photographs with Bertillon measure- 
meats, a system used by this dei)artmeat during the jwist 
fire years. In accordance with an act {massed b}' the I^egis- 
l&ture March 28, 1899 (chapter 203, sections 1 and 2), we 
are allowed photographs, with Bertillon measurements, of 
all convicts now in the several prisons in this Stsitc, and of 
those who have been confined there and who are measured 
under that system and photographs taken, — a numl>er of 
which have already been added to our liortillon cabinet. 
This, together with the adoption of the system by this de- 
partment in 18-'8, is and will continue to be of great assist- 
ance in the identification of criminals. A large number of 
important identifications have thus been made during the 
3-ear, for this and other police departments, through which 
the sentences in many instances have been materially in- 
creased. The records of 1,4(51 criminals have been added 
to the recoi-d* kept in this Bureau, which now contain a 
total of 2(>,131. This Bureau has issued 385 prison repoils 
of discharged convicts, containing the full records, descrip- 
tion, distinguishing marks, etc., of 144 convicts who were 
discharged during the year, and whose records were con- 
sidered of sufficient iunK)rtance to preserve. Other {loiice 
departments were furnished with 1 43 copies of these rcpoi-ts. 
The number of cases repoited to this office which Imve been 
investigated during the >'ear are 11,050, — 4,229 of which 
are recorded on the assignment books kept for thus purpose, 
and reports made on these cases are filed away for future 
reference. letters and telegrams, to the numl)er of about 
2,O0<1 yearly, are now filed with the numbered reports to 
which they refer, so that all the papers ptitaining to a case 
can be found in the same envelope, thus simplifying the 
matters when inumnation is desired on any case. The sys- 
tem of indexing, adopted by this Bureau for the use of the 
department, no*- eontains a list of records, histories, photo- 



I'.lnt.- 



PUBLIC DOCOIKN'T — Xo. 40. 



37 



gnipli!;. dates of arrests, etc.. of about 75,000 people ; there 
r...' also •• lii.-tories and prx'-s clipi"<ing^," now numbering 
.">,( li>, kcjit liv tlii> F'lroau. in envtloiH? form, for police 
rdVri'i.^-f. 

I lio .>t:iti.-tlii ol"the work of this br.mch of the service are 
inihulod in the .-tatomcnt.- cif the general work of the de- 
[wrtiiieiit : but :is the duties are of a special character, the 
following st-atonicnt trill he of intere-st : — 

Nmiil'ir (>f i>orsoi;:; nrrested, principallv for felonies, . . . 9!9 
Fu^'itivc friMii justice from o:her Slates arrested and delivered 

to (ifVurrs irom tliose Slates, ....... 2S 

Nuiultcr of cases investigated, 11,050 

NunUitT of c.-.f cs of homicide and siipposcd homicide investigated; 

and ividi'iicf prepared for trial i:; court, 35 

XuiubiT of days spvnt in c>5urt tv oSccrs, 2,657 

.^MKiiint of stolen projK-rtj recovere-i $2)?5,248 42 

Anumr.t of fines iraposcd b_v court 3,099 M 

Nuinl)cr of year^■ imprisonment iaiposed by court, 4C6 years, 6 

iiioiilhf. 
Niniil'er of pliolographs added to the " Kogues" Gallery," . . 3,l&-t 

Jlineriiiil Miiiticians. 

iHuing the viar 244 applications were received for itiner- 
ant niii-ician licenses: of the-c, 21it were granted, 10 re- 
jected anil t; are pending. Of the licenses granted, 12 were 
revoked for cause and 7 canc.llcd. leaving 200 in force. 

The oflicir detailed for this special ser^'ice reports that 
during the yar lie examined 21.i instniiuents, as follows : — 



ISSTKfMKXTS. 



lovpcdf^. 



Striet crga^.s, 

IIan<l organs, 

Violins, 

Harps, 

Khites, 

Accordions, 

Guitars. 

Hagpi]ii'«, . 

iianjus, 

Clariiinits, . 

T..taN.. 



127 


120 


37 


36 


19 


19 


14 


14 


2 


2 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 



215 



205 



Condemned 



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[Jan. 



In.<pector r,f Cla!„iif and Jfeib'cal Exaniitv.'rf' Assistant. 

The \\ork of tlie officers dctailc<l to assist the committee 
on claims and I:iw dcfwnment in investigating claims against 
tlie city, and to aid tli€ medical exaiuinei-s of the county of 
SutTolk, was as follow.-*: — 



Claims. 
Xombcr of cases inverfi- i Number of days in attend- 

g-jtcd, .... xA j ance on committee, . 
Number of witnesses inter- ! Number of nolices served, . 

TJewred 3,515 j Number of claims .settled 

Number of days in court, . 119 | for contractors, 



Dasniagc done by Dogs. 

7 ' Number of oroats killed. 



Number of cases. 

Number of hens killed, . 44 

Number of Bel^an hare* 

killed 



Number of ducks killed. 



43 
36 

35 



De'Uks by Accident, Suicule, etc. 
Deaths: males, 333 ; females, 106; total. 



430 



Comet of Death. 



Accident, 




112 


Alwrtion, 


. 


1 


Munler, 


11 


J II f anticide. 


. . - 


3 


Homicide, 


9 


Overdose of 


poison, . 


I 


Drowning, 


42 


Suffocation, 


• • 


14 


Alcoholism, 


a 


Natural causes, . 


- 177 


Suicide, 


60 








Still-tKirn, 


1 


Total, 




. 439 


Number of inquests atteiwUd, .... 


■ 


. 100 


Causes of Death. 






Railroad accident, . , 70 


Fall. . 


. 


s 


Trolley ear, . 


J6 


Suicide, 


. 


1 


Murder, 




Explosion, 


. 


1 


Homicide, 




Alcoholism, 


. 


1 


Elerator, 










Automobile,. 




Total. 


. 


100 


Team, . 


. 











PufJir (Janiayes. 

During the yaav there were 1,7.">0 carriage licenses granted 
Of these, 4 were inot«»r '-iirriajjcs. 



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The following i.< a dclaili'il <tatein nt regardinir ]iulili< 
oarri:i£rcs : — 



Xurabir cf i :iri i:iL:e< littll^iil, ..... 

Xntiibor of lircnsc? trrinsfcrroi, . ... 

yutubor of liceuso* »':inccl!e<l or revokfil, 

NiimbiT of carriages in-pectod, ..... 

Number of cirriw^ej rejected, . ..... 

Number of carriajjes reinspccted and passed, 
.Applications for drivers" licenses reported on and approved, 
Number of ronipI.iii:ts .again>I drivcrj. investigated. 
Number of «ai ranti obtained, ..... 

Number rf davs spent in ctiurt, ..... 

Articles left in carriages, reported b_v citizens, 
Articles found in carriages, reported by d.-iviTs. . 
Drivers' appli<-.atinns ff.r licenses rejected, 



1 .7:,c. 
20 
44 

1,750 
61 
.57 

1,508 
42 
9 
11 
46 
69 
18 



Harlior Serri<(:. 
The siicriai duties i-crlbmied bv the ofllcera of I)i\ i>ioii n, 
comprising: the harbor and tlie islands th<-rein, were a? fol- 
lows : — 



Value of pn)pert_v recovered, consistins; oi boats, rigging, float 
stages, etc., . . ' . . . . . . f 16 

Number of vcsm-Is fn^ra foreign port> boarded. 

Number of vcf-sels ordere<l fiotii the channel to ])roper anchorage 

Nuinl>er of vessels removed from channel by jxilice steamers. 

Number of c;ise5 of assistance rendered, .... 

Number of cafes of assisLince rendered to w !iarfn.g»-rs. 

Number of i)ermils granted vessels, in the stream, to di^^harge 
c-argoes, 

Number of obstructions remove*! fiom the channel. 

Number of alarms of fire on tlie water front attended, . 

Numlnr of boats challenged, 

Sick and injured persons assisted 

Cases investigated 

I>ea<l l>odii-3 recovered, .... ... 

Dead bodies cared for, ........ 

Be.scued from drowning, ........ 

Number of \ essels ordered to jjut up anchor lighLs, 

Steamer.-^ escoiteil, outgoing iiud incoming, .... 



59 7.5 
855 

2,133 

113 

605 

15 

1.5 

11 

64 

l,.5i'0 

6 

430 

22 

3 

5 

25 

252 



Tlie idUil niiinb(.r dl' ves~el.-~ that airiveJ in tlii^ port 
durin;: liic year i.- lii,i':;'.i. of iiii.> i,unib»r. s.:„\-, i.:i:i,e 
from doiMi-tii; potN, JSlT from pott^ in the I5riti.-ii I'mvinee- 
and .S:V') from foreign jiorts. Of tlie lattir, TT'.i u cic -tcam- 
.-hiiis, .■> >hi|.-, .;.s haiks. •_' brigs and :'. 1 .shoouei-. 



40 BOARD OF IHH.ICi:. [Jan. 

Polke Si'jnal Senkf. 

In compliance with chapter 454 of the Acts of 1894 and 
chapter i'4;) ot the Acts of l^;i?<, 10,014 feet of underground 
cable Iws been laid on Division H, 21,.i75* feet on Division 
♦), and 4,800 feet on Division 12. 

On account of changes in division boundaries of Divisions 
4 and 10, one new signal box was placed on Division 16j 
for which 1,585 feet of undergroand cable was laid, making 
451 signal boxes in service. 

There are in use in the signal .service 26 horses, 18 j>atrol 
wagons and 12 pungs. 

During the year the wagons made 29,099 runs, covering 
an aggregate distance of 25,442 miles. There were 24,905 
prisoners conveyed to the station houses; 1,147 runs were 
made to take injiured and insane persons to station houses, 
the liospitals or their homes ; and 5.35 runs were made to 
take lost eliildren to station houses. There were (!54 runs 
to fires and 51 nms for liquor seizures. Daring the year 
there were 451 signal boxes in use, arranged on (50 circuits ; 
834,537 telephone messages and 3,357,500 " on-duty " calls 
were sent over the lines. 

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

■ ••9. M«a. 

Dec. 2, Fire, 410-120 Albany Street, 50 

Dec.. 14, Fire, 212 Summer Street, 63 

Jan. 7, Police ball 80 

Jan. 27, Fire, 215-237 Franklin Street, 73 

March 17, Eracoation Day parade, 867 

May 26, Knights of Pythias parade, 152 

May 29, Parade of school regiment, 434 

June 1, Parade of Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 266 

June 17, Anniversarj- of the Battle of Bunker Hill, . . . 523 

June 18, Harvard-Yale base-ball game 50 

June 25, !' Hooker Day " parade, 931 

Aug. 18, Fire, Wormwood Street, 65 

Aug. 20, International yacht race, Xewspaper iSow, ... 62 

.\ug. 22, International yacht race, Xewspaper Row, ... 71 



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ii. 


Au?. 


27. 


Aujr- 


81. 


Sl'JVt, 


I. 


S»"|<t. 


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S.-pt. 


7. 


Oct, 


O 


(Vi. 


3. 


(X-t. 


3, 


Oct. 


4. 


Oct. 


5, 


Oct. 


6. 


CV-t. 


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Oct. 


13. 


Oct. 


13. 


(Vt. 


14. 


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li. 


Nov. 


.>«. 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


n. 


Nov. 


21. 


Nov. 


21, 



Itilornsticnnl yacht race, Newsp.iper Kow, . 
Inlcrn.itional yaclit race, Newspaper Row, . 
Iiitnnational yacht race. Newspaper Kow, . 
International yacht race. Newspaper Row, . 
International yacht race. Newspaper Row, . 
lutcrn.itional y.iclit race, Newspaper Row, . 

I^bor Day parade, 

Visit of the Honourable Artillery Company of 
Visit of the Ilononrable Artillery Company of 
lloston-Pittsburg base-ball game, . 
Visit of the Honourable Artillery Company of 
Vi,«it of the Honourable Artillery Company of 
Visit of the Ilonounible Artillery Company of 

Chinese funeral, 

Uoston- Pittsburg base-ball game, . 

Vi.kit of the Honourable Artillery Company of 

N'isit of the Honourable Artillery Company of 

Visit of the Honourable Artillery Compa.ny of 

State Election, Newspaper Row, . 

Prill of Lijjht Battery " A," on the Common, 

lIiirvanJ-n:irtmoulh foot-ball ijame, 

llarvani-Vale foot-ball gajue. 

Special detail at Division 4, f'DOt-ball night, . 





61 




64 




69 




67 




.^i 


, 


57 


, 


745 


London 


757 


London 


564 




104 


I-ondon 


4S0 


Lo:u!oa 


542 


l>oiidon 


341 




308 


. 


100 


I.oi.don 


3S6 


London 


353 


London 


409 




65 




2i")9 




50 


. 


1?8 




250 



-May J. . 
M«y S, . 
May 4, . 
Ma'v 5. . 



He'jiMrution Detail. 

HEX. 

. 1.054 I May 6, . 

. 1,045 I May 7, . 

. 996 j May 8, . 

. 1,007 I 



KIM. 

1,(04 
1,0' 3 
1,U04 



Pe.nsions and Be.\kkit>. 

IKh". i, I'.iOi', there were li'.l pciisioucis <in tlie roll. 
During the year 20 died, viz., 1 inspector. 2 lieutenant.-, 1 
lUv-istunt kei'j)er, 15 patrolmen and the widow of Sergeant 
Stoven>oii; and 43 were added,' viz., 1 deputy -uperiutend- 
ent. 7 captains, 1 inspector, 1 sergeant, ."il jatrolmen, and 
the widows of patrolmen Flynn and Trainer: leaving 1n4 
on the roll at date, including the widows of 7 and the 
I rphans of 1 policeman, who died from iujurie.- received in 
the service. 

The p.iVMient-; on account of pensions duritiL: tlic pa-t 
year amvunted to JlliM.'iO.Ol, and it is ritimated that 
j=l'J I.T.'i.'i will be re<iuired for the puriH)Se in r.Rit. This 
doe- not include pension- fi^r 1 captain, 1 sergeant, 1 a-si-t- 



a BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

aiit kecpir ami 9 patrolmen, all of whom are sixty-five 
vears or over, and are entitled to l>e pensioned on account 
of .igc and term of scr\'icc. 

Tlie invested fiind of tlic i>olico charitable fund on the 
-'lOtli of November List amounted to $207, 5oO. There are 
r>7 beneficiaries at the present time, and there has been paid 
to them the sum of $S,519.oO during the ytast year. 

The invested fiind of the Police Relief Association on the 
30th of Xovember was $71,77»;.89. The payments for the 
rear amounted to $f l,77f<.oO. 

Financial. 

A rc(|uisition was made on the city council for the sum 
of SI, 898, 75^.92 to meet the running expenses of the de- 
partment, including the pensioned police officers, house of 
detention, station house matrons, liquor license expenses 
and police siarnal svstem for the financial year. 

The total expenditures for police purposes diuing the past 
rear, including the pensions, house of detention, station 
honse matrons, liijuor license exix^nses and listing persons 
twenty jcars of age or more, but exclusive of the mainte- 
nance of the police signal system, were |l,801,*)2y.42. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury from fees 
for licenses over which the police have suj>ervision was 
$1,487,309.10, of which $1,440,237.9.5 was received for 
liquor licenses. (See Table X^^I.) 

The cost of maintaining the police signal sj'stem during 
the year was $60,929.99. (See Table XVIII.) 

Co.NCLLSIOX. 

The Board of Police call attention to the increase in ar- 
rests for various offences; they attribute such increase to 
additional vigilance on the part of the patrolmen, and com- 
mend the work performed by the oftii-ers during the past 
year, 

Resj)ectfully submitted, 

W. H. H. EMJIONS, 
C. P. CURTIS, -Jr., 
H. F. ADAMS, 

Board of Police. 



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i. 



'r.VDI.F. II. 

Names of Ojn-xn who "-er': promoted during the Year ertding 
Xor. 30, 1003. 



Xame and Gxiik. 



Inspector Charles W. Boyer, to tlie rank of cipiain. 

■ Liectenant Ithamcr A. Mereen, to the rank of cap-.iin. 

Lieatenant Daniel E. Carran, to the rank of captain. 

Liputenant William J. Ixiwerv, to tlie rank of captain. 
I 
Sereeant George H. Adams, to the rank of lieuteotat. 

Sergeant Ednaril A. Pease, to the rank of lientenant. 
• Sergeant Tiraothj J. Murphj, to the rank of lieulesant. 
. Serjeant Gcor<re E. Saxton, to the rank of litateniat. 
; Sergeant Rufus G. Fcsscnden,to the rank of lieatecint. 

Sergeant William J. Hyland, to the rank of lieutenant. 
: Patrolman Patrick Byrne, to the rank of sergeant. 

P..Ut)'n:ian William J. .Allison, to the rank of Jerjreant. 
, Patrolman Putrick J. O'Xei!, to the rank of sergeast. 
j Patrolman Thomas F.Goode, Jr., to therankci serg*^at. 
! Patrolman William T. Maguire, to the r.ink of serg'eant. 

■ Patn>lmaD Ernest R Taylor, to the rank of «>*Tgeant. 



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Table IV. 

List iif Orr'f-' rs retired d'lrinrj the Ytar, rj'n-i»fj Age at the Time 
of liftiTement and the Xiimt>er of Yeirri'' Serrice of Each. 



Caafc« of CnJrKincflt- 



Aldrich, George E., . 
Beiiiii'lt, Andrew .1., . 
Bill", George II., 
Iktver, Charles W'., . 
Bragiliin, Byron F., . 
BroJtrick, John G , . 
Brown, Tlu'iu.-vs H., . 
Burg, George A., 
CLndwick. John H., . 
Coleman, Thomas W., 
Connor, John II., 
Copeland, George L.,. 
Crotbv, Bernard, 
Curtis, Augustus L., . 
Dawson, Henry. 
Doyle, Jntnes .V., 
Gould, Frank .M., 
Gretn, .John J., . 
Ilcnton, Slejiben, 
Hoffman, Frederic G., 
H<K)J, Allon, 
Iri^'i, liichard F., 
.IiTikiiis, Hinry K., 
Johnson. Ku;:one M., . 



Veteran, twenty-four years' c»nsecutive service. 

Siity-nine years of age, forty-Sre years' con- 
secutive service. 

Seventy-three yenr.-^ of age, forty-three years' 
consecutive service. 

Veteran, tweuty-eight years' cousecatire service. 

Sixty-one years of age. thirty-five years' con- 
secutive service. 
Incapacitated. 

Ioca|>aci(:ite>l. 

Veteran, twenty-two jears' consecutive service. 

Seventy-two years of age. thirty-two years' con- 
secutive serviue. 
Veteran, twenty-nine year?" consecutive service. 

Incapacitateil. 

Veteran, tweuty-eight ycari' consecutive service. 

Sixty-eight years of age, thirty-five years' con- 
secutive service. 

Sixty-five years of age, thirty years' consecutive 
•crvice. 

Sixty years of ago, twenty-sevf-n years' con- 
»*!Ctitive Bervicu 

Sixty-seven years of age. thirty-five years' con- 
seculive service. 

Veteran, tweniy-si.x years' consecutive service. 

Incapacitated. 

Veteran, twenty -eight years' consecutive service. 

Veteran, thirty -one years' consecutive service. 

Veteran,' eight years' consecutive service. 

Veteran, twenty-eighty ears' consecutive service. 

lDcap:icitati'iI. 

Seventy-two years of age, forty-two years' con- 
•■ecutive Nervice. 



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Table IV. — Concluded. 



Lee, Michael F., . 
Lewis. Gil man E., 
Mahony, Patrick A., . 
Moncrieff, Charles A., 
Moore, John, 
McOusker, John, 
Xewell, Daniel S., 
O'Connell, Thomas, . 
Philbrook, John E., . 
Rowean, Michael J., . 
Sawyer, Samuel S., . 
Taylor, George W., . 
Thompson, Moses C, 
Weeks, Joseph W., . 
West, William F.. 
Wilson, Samuel P., . 
Yeaton, George T., . 



CaaM ofRtllnment. 



Incapacitate*]. 

Sixty-foor years of age, thirty-two years' oon- 
Mcatire aervice. 

Sixty-five yeara of age, thirty-six years' con- 
secotiTe service. 

Sixty years of age, twenty-five years' consecu- 
tive service. 

Sixty-seven years of age, thirty-two years' con- 
secutive service 

Sixty-two ye.ars of age, twenty -eight years' con- 
secutive service. 

Seventy-four years of age, forty-one years" con- 
secutive service 
I Veteran, twenty years' consecutive service. 

I Veteran, eight years' consecutive service. 

j Incapacitated. 

I Incapacitated. 

I 

I Veteran, eight years' consecutive service. 

I Seventy-two years of age, forty years' consecu- 
tive service. 
Veteran, thirty-one years' consecutive service. 

Sixty-five years of age, thirty-six years' con- 
j secutive service. 

I Sixty-nine years of age, forty years' consecn- 
! tive service. 

i Sixty-five years of age, twenty-eight years' con- 
secutive service. 






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49 



Table V. 

Snutb-'r of 3/eri oj Each Rank in Actice Servtce at the End of 
the Prestnt Ttar vrho irtre appointed on the Force in the 
Year stated. 



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1^71. 

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Xfiubcr and Distributiun of Ilor^s med in the Depart nient. 



DIVISION". , 


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PunL 


1 UBCt. 


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Taule X. 

Xiiiiiier of ^■Irj'e.-tfs b>j Police Dii-Liions dnriup the Year eirdinr/ 
.Vol'. liO, 1903. 



nivisioxs. 


! 

1 


Females. 


Touli. 


HeaJ>jii3rlprs 


1 744 


1 

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919 


Division 1, 


7.034 


599 


7,633 


Divi^ion 2, 


2,837 


127 


2.964 


Division 3, 


4,«31 


1,087 


5,918 


Division 4. 


5,007 


1,007 


6,014 


Division 5, 


3.036 


69d 


3,734 


Division 6, 


2,.?o7 


280 


2,687 


Division 7, 


1.776 


161 


1,937 


Division 8, 


68 


_ 


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l;376 


150 


1,526 


Division 10, 


2,176 


329 


2,505 


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1.140 


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648 


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e26 


C7 


893 


Division 14, 


512 


30 


542 


Division 15, 


2,853 


271 


3,124 


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708 


61 


769 


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1,468 ; 


8 


31 


21 


1 


2,930 00 


table nnil bowling alley. 


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Common victualler, , 


1,646 


42 


263 


48 


- 


- 


I>og 


10,073 


- 


- 


153 


- 


23,091 40 


Drirer, hack and cab, . 


1,508 




19 


1 


- 


754 00 


Hackney carriage, - . 


1,750 


20 


44 


42 


^ 


1,750 00 


Hand c&rt 


74 


- 


1 


- 




74 00 


Innholder, . . . 


13 


~ 


- 






- 


Intelligence office. 


103 


17 


' 


S€ 


_ 


3,125 00 


Junk collector, . 


595 


- 


2 


30 




1,190 00 


Jnnk shop keeper. 


200 


8 


28 


4 


1 


1,000 00 


Musidan, itinerant. 


219 


- 


19 


- 


- 


219 00 


Mosieian, collective, . 


104 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Pa'wnbroker, . . . 


76 


7 


6 


18 


- 


3,800 00 


Private detective. 


6 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


60 00 


Public lodging-house, . 


18 


- 




2 


- 


- 


Second-hand articlea. . 


344 


24 


27 


13 


- 


1,720 00 


Small loans. 


21 


- 


■" 


1 


- 


1,050 00 


Street r:»il way conductor and 


2.675 


_ 


2,605 




^ 


668 75 


driver. 














Wagon, .... 


5,229 


19 


101 


10 


- 


5,229 00 


Total*, .... 


20.324 


145 


.3,^10 


431 


.> 


«4;,<i71 15 



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Xinnber of Dop Licei)xe!t issued duriny the Year ending Xov, 

30, 1903. 



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1 


• 22 


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89 


- 


-« 


332 


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53 


2 


_ 


205 


5, . 








405 


107 


1 


1 


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299 


74 


1 


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667 


119 


_ 


6 


792 


9. ■ . 








942 


163 


2 


19 


1,126 


10, . 








j 704 


149 





7 


862 


11. . 








; 1.906 


267 


5 


46 


2,224 


12. . 








i 544 


101 


- 


5 


650 


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1 


135 


1 


25 


1,241 


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j 605 


96 


1 


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723 


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i S22 


87 


~ 


1 


410 


16. . 








1 375 

1 


40 


_ 1 
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431 


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1.530 1 

1 


15 { 

1 


156 


10,073 



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Table XVII. 
FiiHincial Statement for the Year ending Xor. 30, 1903. 



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EXI'EXOITCKES. 

Pay of the ofliccrg 

Pensions 

Fuel and lij?ht 

Water and fee ' . 

Furniture and bedding 

Printing nnd stationery, .... 
Care and cleaning station houses and city prison, 
Rep.iirs Ui »lation hou.sos and citj- pri.son, 
Repairs anil .supplies to police steaiii<M-s, . 
Rent anil c.-ire of teleplione and telegraph wires. 
Care and keeping hor.'?e.«, iiarnesses and vehicles. 
Purchase of horses and vihlcle?, 



Cartinc: priioners to and from statioiii and city 

Feetling pri'oners, 

Medical attendauce, ..... 
Transp^jrtaticn, ...... 

Pur.<uit of criniiTials 

Cloth for iinifiirni and uniforii) helmets, . 
Badges, buttons, clubs, bells, insignia, etc.. 
Travelling expenses and food for ofHcers, 
Rent of buildings, 



prison. 



Total 

Expenses of registration 

Expenses of house of detention and station bouse matrons, 
Expense* of liquor license bureau, . 
Expeni«s of signal system (see Tabic XVIII ), 



Total, 



$1,437,810 56 

112.4.50 01 

22,875 13 

C39 58 

. 2.780 86 

14,410 36 

2-5,111 61 

I6..364 48 

9,671 28 

7,166 20 

13..097 40 

2.743 72 

712 51 

2,086 13 

6.693 35 

3,342 23 

3,734 16 

11,985 18 

1,976 77 

350 66 

3.145 00 



$1,699,647 23 


42,249 71 


8,666 36 


51/)66 12 


60,929 99 


tl,862.5o9 41 



Rkceipts. 

r 

For all licenses (except for sale of liquor).* . . f23,979 75 

For sale of unclaimed and condemned property, etc., . 568 87 

For dog licenses (credited to school department), . . 23,091 40 

m — ^— — — ^ 

Total f47,640 03 

For lir)u<T licenses 1,440.237 95 

For uniform cloth, etc , 11,611 49 

ToUil f 1.499,489 46 



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Tablk XVIII. 

Pa'/ineiits on Account of the Signal Siis'tem during the Year end- 
ing Xov. 30, 1903. 

Ubor ?24.735 42 

Hay, grain, shoeing, etc., 5^C5 S3 

Rent of telephone iostmcneDls, 1,444 4o 

Rent and care of buildings, 4,924 SI 

Purchase of horses, harcesses and vehicles, . . . . 1,004 S5 

Slable supplies and furniture, 170 53 

Repairs on buildings, 2,656 45 

Repairing wagons, fiarD^sses, etc., 1.831 11 

Fuel, gas and water 1,753 42 

Miscellaneous, car fares, etc 1,382 67 

Signalling apparatus, repairs and supplies, .... 5,947 3S 

Underground 9,274 72 

Printing, stationcrr, etc, 438 7S 

Total f60,929 W 



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TIjc following-named persons have been awardctl a depart- 
ment medal, as provided by General Order Xo. 237, dated 
Nov. 12, 1894, on account of having performed some 
hazardous or dangerous service while in the performance 
of duty as police officers : — 



Bank. 


XAME. 


DtTtUdO. 


Date. 


Patrolman, . 


John D. UcCartlij. 




14 


Not. 


12. 1894. 


Patrolman, . 


Wesley W. Cii.indler, 




3 


Feb. 


2. 1895. 


Sergeant, 


George A. Rohrer, .Jr., 




i 


j Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Patrolman, . 


William J, Mnrphy,* 




i 


Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Deput}-, 


William H. Rerce, 




H.Q. 


Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Patrolman, . 


John J. Smith, 




16 


Soy. 


29, 1895. 


Patrolman, . 


Amasa E. Augusta, 




11 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Henry C. Berry, . 




15 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


William H. Gordon, 




1 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Peter A. Hayes, . 




S. S. 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


George A. Armstrong, 




9 


ilarch 29, 1893. 


Patrolman, . 


Walter G. Horton, 




11 


March 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Edward F. Lewey, 




2 


March 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Edward H. Mullen. . 




15 


March 29, 1898. 


Patrolman, , 


William H. Allen, 




1 


Oct. 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Charles B. Kelly, . 




3 


Oct. 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, . 


Edward R. Olds, . 




15 


Sept 


8, 1899. 


Patrolman, . 


Christopher J. Barrill, . 




3 


Aug. 


31, 1901. 


Palrolraan, . 


Patrick J. Fitzgerald, . 




7 


April 


11, 1903. 


Patrolman, . 


Thomas S. Graham, 




5 


April 


n, 1903. 


Patrolman, . 


Hugh A. Rourke, . 




7 


April 


11, 1903. 


Patrolman, . 


Thomas F. ConnoUj-, . 




1 '' 1 


Xov. 


25, 1903. 


Patrolman, . 


Michael J. Sullivan. . 




4 


Xov. 


25, 1903. 



Deceased. 






INDEX. 



A. 



AcciJenU 

in streeL«. parks, etc. 
Alcohol, pure 

license to sell 
Ambulance serrice 
Arrests .... 

»p« and sei o? j^rsons arrested 

comparative statement of 

insane p*r50ns arretted . 

nativity of p«rrsor.s arrested . 

number of, ir divisions 

punished by ri.-^e . 

total nnn;"t*r of . . . 
Automobile 











3-2 


, ."", .'.5, 70, 



pj 
78, 


79 


7S 


79 




27 


**- 


28 




ol 


«•> 


33 




73 




71 


c4 


35 




."^ 




55 


:>i 


-■7 


71 


■-0 


2H-51 



B. 

Benerit*^ and p*:i?ion3 ........... 41 

R-rtillon system . "£ 

Board of Police 42 

c. 

Carri-iRes, public 3S, 3'.l 

automobile ............ r3 

numlier licensed ... ....... 38. ?..'', 74 

City ordinances ............ Xi 

arrests f - -ioU'.ion 3a 

Claims, insptrctur of .... t ...... 38 

Clubs, special 28 

number licenced ........... 28 

Commendaliocs 27, 28 

Commitment" ......... ...^ 

number o' ............ 34 

whert to ............ TA 

Complaints 20, 52, m. 74 

against poiic* oficers .......... 52, .'j.j 

.gainst ii-(uc>r iic«-']-«3 .......... 2;' 

against miMrtUanpous licenses . . . -. . . . . 2'.i. 74 

Couii5«'l to Board ........... :;5 

Criminal Invej'.i^Atiou, Eurcau of ....... .:j', ;.7 

arrests ........... . . :'7 

phoiogra:,h< ."j; 

records ............ "j; 

rotiifs' (; i.'.rry ......... . . 'Mi 



84 



INDEX. 



Criminal work 

comparative statemeot of 



r»au 

37,72 
72 



D. 



I>eath8 . 

by accident, suicide, etc 
Department, work of 

medals . 
Dogs . , . 

damage done by 

number licensed 
Dragsfists 

number licensed 
Drankenness 

arrefts for, per day 

increase in number of arrests 

non-residenU arrested for 



38,74 



33 



38 


•; 


38 




32-36 


-I 


82 


■■', 


75.76 


;'f 


38 


f 


74.75 


1 


28 


• 


28 


Vf 


35,65 




36 


, 


3S 




35 


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E. 

Expenditures .42,76 

F. 

yinancial 42, 7B 

eipenditure . . 42, 76 

hotue of detention 42,76 

liquor license 42. 76 

pensions 42, 76 

signal system 42, 76. 77 

receipts 42, T6 

liquor license fees 42,76 

miscellaneous license fees ..42, 74, 76 

Tiaes 34. 72 

average amount of, inii>08ed by courts M. 72 

amount of 34,72 

G. 

Gaming 35,36 

arresto for ............36 

property seized 36 

raids made ............ ^ 

H. 

Harbor service 39 

speci il 'lutles perfomic^l 39 

Horsts 32. M, 76 

bou;;lit, ^Id, tic a2, 76 

distrihutiun of ........... 54 

nUMil>c-r in vrrvice 32, M 



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INDEX. 



85 



Impri.'-i. amen t, terms of 
Income .... 

Inspector of claims 

claim? invesiipateJ 

deaths by acciilent, etc. 

inquests attended . 

witnesses sammoned 
Intoxicatii.g liquor, license for sale o 

clas^ilication of licenses 

compl.iints against licensed dealers 

fees paid to city trea-surer 

m.iii mum number of 

nuui'.-r o( applications for licenses received 
Itinerant musicians 

applications for licenses 

instrunipiit* examined . 

instruments condemned 

iii>tn2nu:nLs passed 

iicenifs crantcd 

licenses revoked . 

license; cancelled . 



PAflE 


34 


72 


42 


76 




38 




.•58 




38 




38 




3.S 


28 


29 




23 




29 


4'2 


Tfi 




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29 


■'-■7 


74 




:i7 



74 

, 74 

37 



L. 

Lofral service ............ 25 

Licenses 2*>. 29, 74 

liiju..r . ." 28,2.^ 

i-iis<.,:Maneous . . ■ 29, 74 

Liquor 29 

l>eriiiits to deliver ........... 29 

Listin; (see Registration) 14 

Loans, small 27,74 

Lodgiue-liouses, public 26, 27, 74 

M. 

Medals, department R2 

Medical examiners' assistant ......... ."iS 

Misceilaneoaa business .......... ."5 

Miscellaneous licenses 29,74 

total numi»er issued ..... ..... 29, 74 

toiil number transferred ......... 29,74 

total number c;iDcelIed and revoked 29, 74 

bearings on . . . . ... . . . . . . 29, 74 

amount of fees collected for . . . . . . . . .29.74 



N. 



Xativity '■! p<.r.>ons arrested 



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O. 

rxGZ 

CMTences, table or ,Vv-70 

against the person Uti, 57 

3g:nln9t property, witb riolence ST, 58 

■ agninst property, withoat violence 5«, 59 

against property, malidoag M 

forgery and, Hgainst enrrency ........ 60 

against license la'rirs (>I, 62 

against chastity, morality, etc (i'J, 63 

miscellaneous ..... 6t-(j9 

recapitulation 70 

P. 

Parts, public 25 

Pi>n«ions and benefits ........... 41 

estimates for ............ 41 

number of persons on roll ......... 41 

payments on account of 41 

Permits to deliver liquor 29 

nainl«r granted ............ 2ft 

number cancelled or revoked ........ 29 

Police charitable fund .42 

number of bcneficiaxifcs ^ ... 42 

Police department 5, 32, 43 

al)sence on account of 'ickneji ........ 51 

arresU by :e, 33, 55, 71 

commendations ..... ....... 27, 28 

complaints against police officers ........ 52, 5.1 

composed of . 5, 43, 44 

deaths in ...... 46 

officers of each rank, date appointed 49 

details, special eveots 40, 41 

distribution of 43, 44 

officers appointed . .... 6, 49 

officers discharged, etc. 6, 50 

officers promoted ........... 45 

officers retired B, 47, 48 

salaries ............. 6 

horses in use Iji .......... . 32, 64 

vehicles in use in ..... 32 

Police divisions 6-13 

boundaries ............ 6-13 

Police Relief Association .......... 43 

invested fund of ........... 42 

payments ............ 42 

Police signal system 40, 42, 77 

cost of maintenance .......... 42 

IM\nHiiLs ............ 77 

rei>airi and constructi'Wi 40 

worlt of 40 

Property 34, 72 

recovered 34, 72 

stolen in city . .34,72 

taken from prisonen and lodgers 34 



INDEX. 



rxct 

Public carri.if« 38, 39. 74 

app!icituxis for licenses ......... 30, 74 

Public lo-Iginc-houscs 2B, 27, 74 

ripplication* !« licenses 2fi, 74 

authority t'^ license .......... 26 

persons lodg^^d in 26, 27 

Public parks 23 

an^sts in ........... . 25, 26 

pitrol of 25 

Pure licohol . 27 

applications for license to sell 27, 28 

K. 

Re(:i5tr.ition U-'r., 41, 76, 80. 81 

deuil - 41 

eipense-i of ........... . 2."i, 76 

nnailjer t-f ma'e rosi<lent< ......... SO 

ECppIemeL". rr list of .......... SI 



Sickne»> 51 

al«enc<; or iccr.unt of .... 51 

Small loaas 27, 74 

ajitlicitioEi for licenses 27, 74 

Statioa hoasti 6-13 

iocstiou of 6-13 



V. 

Vehicles 29-32 

in use in police department ......... 32 



W:tn<>^«i-» ."4, 72 

attendanc in court by racers ........ ^i, 72 

fees earned fcv olficeni .......... ;h, 72 

caz:ber Jetiised at su>tion bcu-^-s ....... 34 



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