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Full text of "Annual report of the Board of Police for the City of Boston"

PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 49. 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF POLICE 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



December, 1905. 




BOSTON : 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 

18 Post Office Squakf.. 

1906. 






Appeovkd bv 
The State Board of Poblicatiok. 



CONTENTS. 



r&GK 



Police deijartmoiit 5 

Police officers in|iire«l while on iluty, 6 

Work of the dei)iirtmont, 6 

Bureau of crimiiml investigation 8 

Drunkenness, 10 

.Miscellaneotts business, 10 

Illegal gaming, 11 

Lost, abaodom-d iind stolen property, 11 

Comiuendationj 11 

Special events 12 

Registration, 13 

Legal scrrice, 15 

Inspector of claims and medical examiners' .\s5istant, ... 15 

Police signal service 16 

Harbor serrice, 18 

Horses, 19 

Vehicle service, 19 

Public carriago* 21 

Wagons, 22 

Public parks 22 

Special ]>olicc 23 

Railroad police, 23 

Licenses for the Halo of intoxicating liquor. . . . . 24 

Pure alcohol, 25 

Permits to deliver liquor 25 

Storage of liquor, 25 

Miscellaneoos licenses, 26 

Small loans, 26 

Musicians' liccn/ic<, 26 

Public lodging-houses, . . 27 

Pensions and bcnolits, 28 

Financial, 28 

Conclusion, 29 

Distribution of police force, 30 



4 CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Names of offlccrs who were promoted during the year, 32 

Nniucs of ofllcera who died daring the year, 33 

List of officers retired during the jear, 34 

Number of men in active serricv, 35 

OiTlcers diicharged and resigiMd during the year, .... 36 

Absence froiu duty by reaaon of ddcness during the year, . 37 

Complaints against officers during the ye.ir, 38 

Number and distribution of horsest 40 

Arrests by divisions during the year, 41 

Arrests for year, by offences. 42 

Comparative statement of oSeiuxa, 58 

Comparative statement of crimis as to population, . ... 59 

Age and g«x of persons arrested, 60 

Licenses of all classes, '61 

Dog licenses issued, 62 

Wagon licenses issued, 63 

Financial statement, ' 64 

Payments on account of signal service, 65 

Accidents, ' . . 66 

Registration by Virards and precincts, 68 

Registration, supplementary list, 69 

Registration of women voters 70 

Certificates of registration refused, 71 

Department medals awarded, 72 



REPORT. 



llKAIigrAKTEItS OK THE roI.UE nEI'AllTMKST, 
■ HI HE OF THE ItOAKP OF TOLICE, i'J TEMllKliTOX SvlUlir, 
noSTOs, Dec. 1, l'.P05. 

To Ilis ExeuUeticy William L. Douglas. Governor. 

Your I!xceli.kxcy: — The Board of Police for the c-ity 
of Boston, in ci'iiipliance with the provisions of chapter 32:^ 
of the Acts of 1SS5, has the honor to submit the following 
report of the work of the police departniont tVir the your end- 
ing Xov. GO, 1905. 

The D£P.\KTiIz^T. 

Officers. 
The i>oliro dcpariiucnt n~ at present constituted is coui- 
I>j5ed of : — 



Board of Police, . 


3 


Director of signal service, . 


1 


Clerk of the IJoard, 


1 


Assistant director of signal 




SuperiiiteiiHcnt of |H)lice, . 


1 


service 


1 


DepHty sn|>erin(cnilenls of 




Foreman, .... 


1 


jjolice 


2 


Signalmen 


6 


Chief inspector, . 


1 


Mech.anics 


3 


CapLiins, .... 


20 


Linemen 


5 


Inspectors 


25 


Driver 


I 


Inspector of carriages (lieu- 




Groimdman, 


1 


tenant), .... 


I 


Firemen on police steamers. 


8 


Lieutenants,. 


38 


Van drivers. 


4 


Sergeants, . 


65 


Foremen of stable. 


1 


Patrolmen 


1.005 


Hostlers, .... 


14 


Reserve officers. . 


100 


Assist.int steward of city 




Matrons of hou-c of deten- 




prison 


1 


tion 


4 


Janitors, .... 


U 


•Matrons of station liouses, . 


7 


Janitresses, .... 


13 



Diaii ibut'wn of Force. 
The distribution of the force is shown by Table I. On 
Xoveuiber 30 there was 1 vacancy, viz., 1 sergeant, Dnrinc 
the year 42 ]iatrohnen and 44 reserve men were api>oinlcd; 



t) 



BOAKD OF POLICE. 



[.Ian. 



1 inspector, 1 sergeant and 5 patrolmen discharged ; 5 patrol- 
men and 2 reserve men resigned; 1 inspector, 1 sergeant, 
1 assistant keeper and 10 patrolmen retired on pension; 1 
captain and 10 pati'olmen died- (See Tables III., IV., V., 
VI.) 

Police Officees injcked while os Duty. 

The following statement shows the number of police officers 
injured while on duty during the past year, the number of 
duties lost by them on account thereof, and the cause of the 
injury: — 



How I«CMD. 


Xa. of Men 

Injiired. 


No. of Dotlei 
lolt. 


In arresting prisoners, 

In pursuing criminals, 

By slipping on ice, 

By stopping runaways, 

By cars and other vehicles at crossing^. 
Various other causes, 


24 
3 
1 
2 
2 

21 


234 
30 
95 
12 
16 

290 


Totals, ........ 


53 


677 



Work of the Depabtitest. 
Arrests. 
The total number of persons arrested was 48,358, against 
50,265 the preceding year, being a decrease of 1,907. The 
percentage of increase or decrease was as follows : — 

PerCeat. 

Offences against the. person, Decrease, 4.24 

Offences against proper^, committed vrith violence, . Decrease, 1.85 

Offences against property, committed without violence. Increase, 13.72 

Malicions offences against property, .... Increase, 13.07 

Forgery and offences against the currency, . . Increase, 18.03 

Offenceif against the license laws, .... Increase, 10.37 

Offences against chastity, morality, etc., . . . Decrease, 6.40 

Offences not included in the foregoing, . . . Decrease, 5.27 

There were 5,068 persons arrested on warrants and 40,830 
without warrants; 2,460 persons were summoned by the 
court, 45,855 persons were held for trial and 2,503 were re- 
leased from custody. The number of males arrested was 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 49. 



42,918 ; of females, 5,440 ; of foreigners, 22,118, or, approxi- 
mately, 45.73 per cent; of minors, 5,912. Of the total 
nimiber arrested, 17,167, or 35.5 per cent., were non-resi- 
dents. (See Tables X., XL, XIL) 

The nativity of the prisoners was as follows: — 



United States, 






26,2W 


West Indies, 






29 


British Provinces, 




3,928 


Turkey, 






37 


Ireland, 




10,585 


South America, 






5 


England, . 






1,402 


Switzerland, 






16 


France, 






93 


Belgium, . 






27 


Germany, . 






354 


Africa, 






6 


Italy, . 






1,198 


Hungary, . 






3 


Russia, 






1,402 


Asia, . 






13 


China, 






505 


Arabia, 






4 


Greece, 






348 


Meiico, 






6 


Sweden, 






756 


Syria, . 






2 


Scotland, . 






653 


Armenia, . 






2 


Spain, 






42 


Australia, . 






7 


Norway, 






182 


Japan, 






2 


Poland, 






151 


Ronmania, . 






2 


Austria, 






93 


Egypt, 






1 


Portugal, . • 






59 


Central America 






1 


Finland, 






95 


Cuba, . 






2 


Denmark, . 






50 


Prussia, 






1 


Hon^nd, . 






20 




Wales, 
East Indies, 






19 
17 








Total, . 






48,358 



The number of arrests for the year is 48,358, being a de- 
crease of 1,907 from Inst year, and 6,181 more than the 
average for the past five years. There were 32,298 persons 
arrested for drimkenness, being 1,213 less than last year, 
and 5,854 more than the average for the past five years. Of 
the decrease in drunkenness this year, 95.14 per cent were 
males and 4.86 per cent, females. (See Tables XI., XIL, 
XIIL) 

Of the total number of arrests for the year (48,358), 1,209 
were for violations of the city ordinances; that is to say, 1 
arrest in 40 was for such offence, or 2.5 per cent. 

Fifty-six and sixtj'-two hundredths per cent of the per- 
sons taken into custody nere between the ages of twenty and 
forty. (See Table XIV.) 



...ssurnvmaf- 



8 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

The number of persons punished by fines was 12,408, and 
the fines amounted to $102,822.64. (See Tabk XIIL) 

Eighty-six persons were committed to the 8tate Prison, 
5,686 to the House of Correction, 99 to the W«inen's Prison, 
162 to the Eeformatory Prison and 1,074 to otiiier institu- 
tions. The total years of imprisonment was 2,921 j5» the 
total number of days' attendance in court by oflSeers was 
35,239 and the witness fees amounted to $9,945.78. 

The value of property taken from prisoners and lodgers 
was $60,965.71. 

Ninety-nine witnesses were detained at station honees; 58 
persons were accommodated with lodgings, — a. decrease oi 
30.12 per cent from last year. There was an increase of 
about 8.27 per cent, over last year in the number of insane 
persons taken in charge, an increase of about 7.54 per cent. 
in the number of sick and injured persons agisted, and an 
increase of about 15.84 per cent, in the number of l<3st chilr 
dren cared for. 

The average amount of property reported stolen in the 
city for the five years from 1901 to 1905, ineloaiTe, was 
$128,581.28; in 1905 it was $149,092.30, or $20,511.02 
more than the average. In the same period the a»^erage 
amotmt of property reported stolen in and ont of tibe city 
which was recovered by the Boston police was $333,331.35; 
in 1905 it was $458,250.72, or $125,019.37 more tiban the 
average. 

The average amoimt of fines imposed by oonrts for the 
five years from 1901 to 1905, inclusive, was $97,549.19; in 
1905 it was $102,822.64, or $5,273.45 more than tiie average. 

The average number of days' attendance in eonrt was 34,- 
030; in 1905 it was 35,239, or 1,209 more than the arerage. 
The average amount of witness fees earned was $9,119.22; 
in 1905 it was $9,945.78, or $826.56 more than the average. 
(See Table XIH.) 

Bureau of Criminal Investigation. 
The " Rogues' Gallery " now contains 22,187 photographs, 
15,616 of which are photographs with BertiOon measnre- 
ments, a system used by this department during the past seven 






190i>.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 9 

vears. In ac^ynlance witli an act passed bv the Legislature 
March 25, ISOO (chapter 203, sections 1 and 2), vre are al- 
lowed {-^otographs, -svith Bertillon measurements, of all con- 
victs now in ihc several prisons in this State, and of those 
who have Ix^eii confined there and who are measured under 
that svrtem and photographs taken, — a number of which 
have alreadv W-en added to our Bertillon cabinet. This, to- 
gether with ll:o adoption of the system by this department 
in ISl^'S. is and will continue to be of great assistance in the 
identification of criminals. A large number of important 
identifications have thus been made during the year, for this 
and other police departments, through which the sentences in 
many initancv^ ha\e lH?cn materially increased. The records 
of 1.0^7 criminals have been added to the records kept in this 
Barean, which now contains a total of 2S,4S4. This Bureau 
has issued 355 prison reports of discharged convicts, contain- 
ing the full nccords, description, distinguishing marks, etc., 
of Ifr'f convicts who were discharged during the year, and 
whoce records were considered of sufficient importance to 
preserve. Other police departments were furnished with 143 
copies of these reports. The number of cases reported at 
this office Avhidi have been investigated during the year is 
13,330, There are 14,59S cases recorded on the assignment ' 
books kept for this purjKise, and reports made on these cases 
are filed away for future reference. Letters and telegrams 
to the nnmlcr of about 2,000 yearly are now filed with the 
numbered rcivrts to which they refer, so that all the paj^ers 
pertaining to a case can be foimd in the same envelope, thus 
simplifying the matters when information is desired on any 
case. The fysteni of indexing, adopted by this Bureau for 
the use of tbo department, now contains a list of records, 
histories, photographs, dates of arrests, etc., of about 79,500 
people; there are also "histories and press clippings," now 
numbering 5,654, kept by this Bureau, in envelope form, for 
police reference 

The statit^tics of the rork of this branch of the service are 
included in the statements of the general work of the depart- 
ment: but as the duties are of a special character, the follow- 
ing statement will be of interest: — 



10 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Xnmber of persons arrested, principally for felonies, . . . 966 
Fogitire* from justice from oilier States arrested and delivered to 

officers from those States, 39 

Xnmber of cases investigated, ISjSSO 

Number of cases of homicide and supposed homicide investigated, 

and evidence prepared for trial in court, SI 

Xnmber of cases of abortion investig-ated and evidence prepared 

for court, 12 

Xnmber of days spent in court by oflSccrs, Sj592 

Amount of stolen property recovered, .... iSJSfiSi 10 

Amount of fines imposed by court, 5,960 00 

Xomber of years' imprisonment imposeil by court, . 642 years, 3 montksL 
Xnmber of photographs addeil to the " Rogues' Gallery," . , 2,89* 

Drunkenness. 
Arrests for drunkenness were 5.43 per cent of the popu- 
lation, and the average number arrested per day 'waa SS. 
There were 1,213 less persons arrested than in 1904, — a 
decrease of 3.62 per cent.; 43.1-1: per cent of the anested 
person.'? were non-residents and 49 per cent were of fore^a 
birtk (See Table XL) 



Miscellaneous Business. 








i»oa.«8. 


i»*t-**. 


I—tCH 


Abandoned children cared for, . 


14 


15 


14 


Accidents reported, . . ' . 


2,650 


2.711 


U»i 


Boilifings found open and made secure. 
Cases inrestigated, 


2,851 


2398 


ua 


21,674 


25,518 


WjBC 


JHngexffos buildings reported, . 


23 


19 


17 


Danzemis chimneys reported, . 

Dead botfies cared for, .... 


* 
264 


28 
S04 


5 
214 


Defectire cesspools reported. 


Hi 


SIS 


234 


Defeedre drains and vaults reported, . 


5 


S 


S 


Defedhrefire alarms and clocks reported, . 


- 


3 


— 


Uefectire ns pipes reported, 
Defeclire hydrants reported. 


81 


106 


M» 


108 


1C5 


9& 


Defeetire lamps reported 


11.170 


9,283 


<,»» 


Defeetire sewers reported 


25 


30 


C7 


Defnrtire streets and walks reported, . 
Defeeiire water pipes reported, . 


9,755 


10.740 


9,214 


259 


251 


230 


IKstDrfaances suppressed, .... 
Extra duties performed, .... 


1.611 


1.774 


US' 


33,53S 


35,768 


U^» 


Kre alanns giren, 


1,436 


1,367 


i*a 


Fires extiognished 

iBtoxieated persons assisted. 


664 
27 


631 
14 


•34 

35 


Lost eidldren restored, 


1,656 


1,559 


1JB08 



190i!.] PUBLIC DCH:UME>'T — No. 49. 

Mi-scellaticoxis Business — Concluded. 



11 



! I»*9-*S. IVM-04. 



Insane persons taken in cliargif, . 
Missing persons reported, . 
Missing persons fouad. 
Persons rescued from drowning, . 
Sick and injured persons assisleJ, 
Stray teams put up. 
Street obstructions removed. 
Water running to waste reportcJ, 
Witnesses detained. 




Ilhtfjl Gaming. 

Last year there were S raids made on policy shops; this 
year, 2. Last year there Triere 134 raids on other places where 
gambling was suspected of being carried on ; this year, 82. 
Last year there were 024 persons arrested, and property to 
the amount of $2,071.90 seized; this year tliere were 711 
persons arrested, and projierty to the value of $1,689.55 
seized. 

Lost, Abaiidoufiil and Stolen Properti/. 

On the first of Deceml^r, 1904, there were 2S6 articles 
of lost, abandoned or stolen property in the custody of the 
property clerk, and 377 more were received during the year. 
Three hundred and fifteen article were sold, for which 
$2SC.0S was received and paid over to the city collector, and 
15 delivered to owners, finders or administrators. 

C0MME>'DATIO2rS. 

During the year 18 memlers of the department were com- 
mended by the Board in General Orders, 04 were compli- 
mented by letter and 20 were commended by public oflBcers, 
societies or citizens, for the following reasons: — 

Assisting persons from burning Uuldings, 6 

Alarming inmates of bui-'ing balWings, 7 

Rescuing a person from death by suffocatioo, 2 

Rescuing borseg from burning stables, 19 

Saving a woraan from being injirwl by a fire engine, ... 1 

Saving a child from being killed by an electric car i 

Saving a child from being run OT«r, 1 



12 BOARD OK POLICE. [Jan. 



1M4. iitn. 

Dec. 17, Fire in HecbtBoUdiaf, Atlaiitlo Avenue, ... 86 
it*s. 

Jan. 11, Police ball, , 79 

Feb. 13, FaneralofCsptWUliani II. Brown, .... 67 

Feb. 21, Fire at HooMeTuBBel docks -.56 

March 17, Eracuation Daj parade, 388 

April 16, Paradeof-Mifliitelfenof '61," 75 

April 19, Marathon ¥BC«« 198 

May 24, KnighU Teia|»kui^ pnrtulo, 891 

May 27, Uarrard-Coni^ll bwt raoo, SS8 

May 29, Parade of sdsmil rsgissiont, 465 

May 80, Work-horse parade. 105 

Jane 5, Parade of Anefaat and Honorable Artillery Company, 284 

June 10, Dorchester Ita^, , 107 

June 12, Riagling fSrotien" cSrmia parade, 125 

June 16, Night before Ibe^Seronteenth," at Division 15, . . 226 

Jnne 17, Anniver8ar]r«f tbe Battle of Bunker Hill, ... 506 

June 23, Electrical pamftde 185 

June 27, Visit of RreaMcat RooMTolt, 417 

June 28, Visit of PrcaUeat BooMToIt, 246 

June 29, Visit of PreaUMt BooaeTolt, 101 

July 7, Fire on AibaayWraet, opposite Wareham Street, 109 
July 23, Funeral of G«a. W. W. Blackmar, Grand Army of the 

Republic, 196 



i 



Saving a person from bdflg injoroil by n motor car, .... 1 

Stopping runaway honea, 40 

Rescuing persons from drowning 4 

Vigilance shown in arr«i«tIog an Impostor, . . .1 

Diligence in the general perforiBflnoo of duly 8 

Coui-ago shown in arrertlng a Tlolrnt (Irunkon man, . .1 

Vigilance and courage ultown in pursuing and ationipting to arrest 

armed store-breaken, 1 

Energy shown in pursotog and arresting a store-breaker, 1 

Vigilance in discoTcriai; and arresting store-breakers, ... 1 
Pi-ompt action in axrttting a wan for assault with a dangerous 

wea]>on, 1 

Assisting in the arrest ot a man armed with a dangerous weapon, . 1 

Courage in arresting an anned bouso-breaker, 1 

Tact shown in arresting ttoiue-breakers, 2 

Courage and prompt action in arresting ii burglar 1 

Courage and prompt »eiU»i in arresting an armed murderer, . . 1 

Total 102 

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



I 



1906.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMKNT — No. 49. 



13 



1905. 

Aug. 6, Church paia<Ie of the forty-thiiil Canadian Regiment, 

Aug. 11, Electrical display 

Sept 4, L;ibor Daj- jjarade, 

Sept. 18. Funeral of the lion. Ritrick A. Collins, 

Nov. 7, Detail at bulletin boards. State election, 

Nov. 17, Fire in rear of 1287 Washington Street, 

Nov. 25, Harvard-Yale foot-ball game, 

Kov. 25, Special detail at Division 4, fool-ball night, 

Nov. 23, Two-hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the first settle- 
ment of the Jews in the United Slates, 

RegislratiOH Detail. 
llfn. , 

May 1 929 I -May 5, 

May 2 920 , May 6 

May 3, 824 I May 8 



Men. 
177 

142 

860 
193 
175 
75 
143 
200 

107 



Jfen 
175 

67 
64 



Slay 4, . 



607 ! 



Rei.atdtg to the Listing of Persons Twenty Ti:aes of 
Age or Over, Residents of the City of Boston. 

On page 14 will be found the table of residents as they 
were listed by the police during the first seven week days in 
May, 1005, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 279 
of the Acts of 1903, and amendments thereto. 

The alteration in the law, which gave the police depart- 
ment more time (that is, until September 20) to examine 
into the truth or falsity of the application to be placed on 
the supplementary lists, was of service. 

The printed lists of residents have been used to good ad- 
vantage by the route officers in familiarizing themselves with 
the names and homes of the persons who live on their routes. 

This year the Board of Police made a thorough investiga- 
tion of the lodging-houses, both large and small, throughout 
the city, and questioned personally, so far as they conld be 
seen, each lodger therein on the subject of his residence. 

The greatest difiiculty has been found by the police in ob- 
taining from informants, particularly those of foreign birth, 
the correct names of lodgers in lodging-houses, residents in 
hotels and houses in general, where several men lived. The 
Board of Police, therefore, printed and distributed, with good 
eflFect, before May 1, notices in the Yiddish, Polish and Ital- 
ian languages, as well as in the English language, notifying 



14 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan . 



the inmates of houses, suites and tenements of the law, and 
asking them to write on the notices the number of the male 
residents living therein. These were collected by the officers 
and nsed to verify the number of names given, to prevent 
omissions. 

It will never he possible to make, in the first week of May, 
an absolutely perfect list of residents. Many of them, such 
as sailors, soldiers, commercial and other travellers, will al- 
ways be away from Boston at that time, and few take the 
precaution to leave their names with persons who may inform 
the police in May of their residences. The great reduction 
in the number of application* for supplemental listing appears 
to show more thorouglmess each year in the work of the police 
officers in making this canvass in May. 

There were only 70.5 applications in all for supplementary 
registration in 1905, and 697 of these were listed and given 
certificates of residence. This compares favorably with 1,280 
names so listed in 1904, 3,360 names so listed in 1903, and 
4,006 names so listed in 1902, the last year in which the 
listing was done by the assessors. 

This year only 8 applications were refused after examina- 
tion, and no prosecutions were found necessary, as those ap- 
plications which were rejected were made by mistake, and 
not from any criminal intent In 1903 the number of rejec- 
tions was 53 and in 1904 tliere were 55 applications rejected. 

Xumber of Mclte Residents of Boston as listed by the Police. 



YtAK 


Ctnvttt. 


AppiacUlMIO. 


BrfOMd 

Crrtifiutes. 


Granted 
Certtdcates. 


Total Men 
U>t«d. 


1903. . 


181.046 


3^12 


53 


3.369 


184.404 


1904, . 


193,195 


l<t3$ 


55 


1.280 


194.476 


1905, . 


191,647 


705 


8 


697 


195.244 



Women VoUrs verified. 

1903, 14,611 

1904, 15.633 

1905 14,591 

(Seo Tables XXL, XXIf.. XXIII , XXIV.) 



i;tO(J.] PL'BLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 15 

" Registi:.\tiox Expenses. 
The expenses of registering the lists of resident?, not in- 
cluding the services rendered by the members of the police 
force, were as follows: — 

Printing f51^71 16 

Clerical service, 6,7-16 65 

Cards 151 54 

Interpreters, 985 75 

Stationery 284 91 

Incidentals, 275 50 

Total fi9,715 51 

LKfiAL Sekvice. 
!Mr. John Forlies Perkins was apjx^inted coiinsri to the 
Board of Pt-lice on the 10th of'April, 1005. in place ..f 'W.x. 
E. B. Adams, resigneil. 

IXSPECTOK OF C'l^VIMS AXD MeDICAI. ExaMIXEF.S* AsSIST- 

AXT. 

The work of the officers detailed to assist the e»:-mmittee 
on claims and law department in investigating claims affainst 
the citv. and to aid the medical examiners of the or-unty of 
Suffolk, was as follows: — 

Deaths by Accident, Suicide, tic 
Deaths: males, 549; females, 139; total 688 

daims. 

Xuraber of cases investi^tp<l, 635 

Number of witneascs intexTiewed, 5,005 

Xmnber of liars in court, Hg 

Ximiber of days in attendance on committee 44 

Number of notices scrretl 51 

Number of claims settled for contractors, 29 

Damage done by Dogt 

Number of cases, g 

Number of hens killed 82 

Number of chirf;en« killed 41 

Number of geese killed. 21 

Number of Relgian hares killed 2 



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BOAKD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Causet of Death. 



Accident, . 
ilurder, . 
Homicide, 
Drowning', 
Alcoholism, 
Snicide, . 
Stillborn,. 
Abortion, . 
Poisoning, 



Number of inqoests attended, 



320 
11 

3 
70 
12 
68 
18 

6 
20 



Suffocation, .... 6 

Strangulation, .... 3 

Asphyxiation, .... 25 

Infanticide, .... 1 

Bums, 14 

Accidental shooting, . . 1 

Natural causes, . . . 211 

Total 688 



Railroad accident, 






45 


Troller car, . 






21 


Murder, . 








3 


Fall. 








3 


Team, 








7 


Automobile, 








2 


Abortion, - 








3 


Homicide, 








3 


Poisoning, 








1 


Alcoholism, 








1 



Elevator, . 

Caving in of building. 

Explosion, 

Bicycle, . 

Coal car, . 

Accidental shot. 

Revolving shaft. 

Total, 



99 
4 



99 



Police Sign.vl Sekvice. 
Underground Cable. 

During the year there were 26,981 feet of unde^round 
cable laid in East Boston and Charlestown, being 16,421 feet 
more than the 2 miles which is required by law to be placed 
underground each year. 

Of the excess, 11,748 feet had to be laid in East Boston 
at this time in order to follow the line of the duct used jointly 
by the fire and police departments, and 4,673 feet in Charles- 
town in order to avoid the responsibility of maintaining a 
line of poles which was abandoned by the !New England 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. 

There were 2,500 feet laid in Washington Street in Dor- 
chester on account of the high-tension wires used by the 
Edison Dlnminating Company. 

There were 1,150 feet laid in Kuggles Street on account 
of the operations of the sewer department there. 

There were 180 feet laid in La Grange and Washington 



190(3.] PUBLIC DOCOIEXT — Xo. 49. 17 

streets and 250 feet in Harward Place on account of the 
Washington Street subway. 

There were 20,4r>0 feet of overhead cable taken down in 
the Charlestown district and replaced by the imderground 
system. On account of its having been in use a number of 
years, only about one-half of that taken down will be avail- 
able for further use. 

Signal Boxes. 

Six new post bo.xcs were placed in the Charlestown district, 
9 in the East Boston district and 1 in the Dorchester district ; 
15 new post 1k>xc3 were substituted at different places through- 
out the city in place of as many wall boxes taken down; 3 
post boxes and 1 wall box, knocked down by teams, were 
repaired and put in place; and 3 post boxes and 1 wall box 
were relocatetl. 

Miscellaneous Wori:. 

During the year the employees of this service responded 
to 1,552 "trouble" calls; inspected 451 signal boxes, 15 
signalling desks, 921 batteries, 60 pole changers and 60 re- 
lays ; repaired 93 box movements, 13 registers, 11 time stamps 
and 14 gongs; put new fittings in 17 " Gamewell " boxes 
and 82 " tjirtle-back " boxes; made 35 polar bells and 30 
box locks; repaired 54 call bells at the several stations and 
13 at headquarters; and performed a large amount of new 
work and made many repairs on the signalling apparatus 
which cannot well be classified. 

There are in use in tlie signal service 31 horses, 19 patrol 
wagons and 13 pungs. 

During the year the wagons made 34,756 runs, covering 
an aggregate distance of 27,S96 miles. There were 33,008 
prisoners conveyed to the station houses; 1,121 runs were 
made to take injured and insane persons to station houses, 
the hospitals or their homes; and 595 mns were made to take 
lost children to station houses. There were 729 nms to fires 
and 78 runs for liquor seizures. During the year there were 
451 signal boxes in use, arranged on 60 circuits; 874,899 
telephone messages and 2,690,734 "on-dnty " calls were sent 
over the lines. 



18 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

The following list of property is comprised in the signal 
scr\*ice at the present time : — 



15 signal desks. 

60 drcuits, 
■Hit signal boses, 

14 stable call boards, 
218 wall boxes, 
iA3 post boxes. 



29 test boses, 
921 cells of bjitteriP3, 
62 miles of underground cable, 
77 miles of overhead cable, 
7-,^ miles of duct, 
45 man-holes. 



Hakbok Service. 
The special duties performed by the officers of Division S, 
comprising the harbor and the islands therein, were as fol- 
lows : — 

Value of property recovered, consisting of boats, rigging, float 

stages, etc., ... ^26,888 45 

Xuaiber of vessels from foreign ports boarded, .... 739 

Xomber of vessels ordered from the dtannel to proper anchorage, 1,986 

Sfnmber of vessels removed from chanod bj police steamers, 89 

Stnnber of cases of assistance rendered, I6S 

Xumbcr of cases of assistance rendered to wharfingers, S7 
Xnniber of permits granted vessels, in the stream, to disclmrge 

cargoes, 70 

Xumber of obstractions removed from the channel, ... 60 

Xuinl}er of alarms of fire on the water front attended, . ISO 

Kumber of fires on the water front extinguished without ahxrra, . S 

Xamber of boats diallenged 1,9S3 

Sick and injured persons assisted, 28 

Cues investigated, 905 

Dead bodies recovered, 43 

Dead bodies cared for 4 

BMCued from drowning, 8 

Xomber of vessels ordered to put tip anchor lights, ... 53 

Xnmber of vessels assigned to anchorages, 755 

Steamers escorted, outgoing and incoming, 229 

The total number of vessels that arrived in this port dur- 
ing the year is 10,989. Of this number, 9,307 came from 
dmncstic ports, 943 from ports in the British Provinces and 
T39 from foreign ports. Of the latter, 682 were steamers, 6 
ships, 35 barks, 2 brigs and 14 Echooners. 



mOi;.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 10 

Horses. 
On the 1st of Dccc-niWr. 1004, there were 92 horses in the 
service. During the year -2 were sold, 10 were pun."hased. and 
2 shot on account of l>eing disahlcd. At the present time there 
are OS in service, as shown hy Table IX. 

Vehicle Service. 
Work of the Aulomobilcs. 

The following shows the work of the automobiles for the 
year ending Xoveml>er 30 last : — 

All automobiles in use in the department were purchased 
of the Stanley Motor Carriage Company. 

Automobile Xo. 064 was purchased on July 1. 1005, and 
cost .$765. It was put in service on the 3d of July last, and 
up to Xovember 30 had boon run 151 days, covering a dis- 
tance of 4,470 miles on the streets of the out-lying parts of 
Dorchester. The officer in charge made 5 arrests, conveyed 
1 injured person home and responded to several alarms of 
fire. 

Automobile Xo. 10117 was purchased on June 23. 1905, 
and cost $782. It was put in service on the 20th of Jime, 
and up to Xovember 30 had Wen run 117 days, covering a 
di.-tance of 4,579 miles on the streets of the West Roxbury 
District The officer in charge investigated 22 cases, quelled 
37 disturbances, carried 2 prisoners to the sub-station at Ros- 
lindale. carried 1 injured jvi-son honi.e and responded to 7 
alarms of fire. 

Automobile Xo. 235S was purchased in July. 1003, and 
cost $693. It was run 144 days during the year ending 
Xovember 30, and covered a distance of 5,760 miles on the 
streets of the Back Bay, north of Boylston Street. 

.Vutomobile Xo. 4711 was juirchased May 25. 1004. and 
C"St $756. It was run 220 days during the year ending 
Xovember 30, and covered a distance of S,S40 miles on the 
park roads. The officer in charge made 2 arrests for viola- 
tion of the speed law, and cautioned many persons operatins 
automobiles regarding the rntt- of speed permitted in the pub- 
lic streets and park roads. 



20 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 



Cost of running the Automobiles. 

Pay of officers, $2,038 17 

Pay of chanffcur, 334 01 

Repair?, 745 46 

Tiree 828 70 

Gasolene 416 51 

Oil, 39 25 

Reut of garage, 202 50 



Total, $4,604 60 

Ambulance. 

The department is now equipped with 10 aiabalances, lo- 
cated in the following police divisions: 1, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 
14, 15 and 16. i 

During the year the ambulances responded ts calls to con- 
vey sick or injured persons to the following pluses: — } 

City Hospital (Relief Station). 796 f 

City Hospital 695 ^ 

Masaefansett* General Hospital, 157 J 

Emergency Hospital, 6 !j 

Catner Hospital, .21 

Austin Farm, 2 

Lyiog-in Hospital, 6 

ilaiine Hospital. 1 ' 

Fanlkaer Hospital, SO 

Homoeopathic Hospital, 2 

Bogei'c Prirate Hospital, 12 

Emermn Hospital, 1 

Maffiadiasetts Eye and Ear Infirninry, 3 

City Prison, 1 

Home, 120 

Fran fires, 4 

Mofgne, 18 

Charies Street Jail " S 

Police station houses, 22 

De«T lAzad boat, 1 

Houee of Detention, 1 

Calls where services were not required, 162 

TouJ ■ - . . 2,053 



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During the year there were 1,586 carriage licenses granted, 
being a decrease of 5 as compared with last year; 15 motor 
carriages were licensed, being an increase of 11 as compared 
with last year. 

There were ?1 articles of various kinds left in carriages 
during the year, which were deposited with the inspector, 
among them being 9 hand-bags, 22 umbrellas, 2 purses, a 
package of silver spoons, 1 bankbook, 1 fish pole and several 
articles of clothing; 32 of these were restored to the owners, 
and the balance placed in the keeping of the lost property 
division. 

The following is a detailed statement concerning licenses 
for public carriages and for the drivers of hacks and cabs: — 

Number of carriages licensed, . 1,586 

Number of licenses trnnsferred, 31 

Number of licenses cancelled or revoked 51 

Number of carriages inspected, 1,540 



99 



BOARD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Number of carriages rejected, .... 
Number of carriages reinspected .and passed, 
Applications for drivers' licenses reported on. 
Number of complaints against drivers investigated, 
Number of warrants obtained. 
Number of days spent in court. 
Articles left in carriages, reported by citizens, 
Articles found in carriages, reported by drivers, 
Drivers' applications for licenses rejected. 



46 
30 
1,993 
55 
20 
14 
25 
71 
9 



Wagon Licenses. 

Licenses are granted to persons or corporations to set np 
and use trucks, wagons or other vehicles to convey merchan- 
dise from place to place within the city for hire. 

During the year 5,448 applications for such licenses were 
received, 5,443 of which were granted and 5 rejected. 

Of the licenses granted, 93 were subsequently cancelled 
for non-payment of the license fee, 24 for other causes, 3 
revoked for cause and 31 transferred to new locations. (See 
Table XVII.) 

Public Parks. 

To police the parks during the past year It took a perma- 
nent force of 27 men, confiisting of one lieutenant, 1 sergeant 
23 patrolmen, 2 reserve men, 18 men mounted on bicyeks 
and T on horses. To aid this force, details were made on 
Sundays, holidays and special occasions, aggregating 1,181 
men, and consisting of 2 lieutenants, 58 sergeants, 1,072 
patrolmen and 49 reserve men. 

The arrests in the parks amounted to 205, — 190 being 
men and 15 women. 

The following are tibe offences for which arrests 
made : — 



OrmcES. 


Milu. 


Ttnuita. 


TtaU. 


Drivioa^ heavy teams in parkways, 
Banning a motor vehicle faster than 3 miles 

an hoar, 

DischaTging firearms, ... 

Cruelty to animals, 

Playing base-ball, 


3 

55 

1 
2 
5 




3 

55 

1 
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lyofi.] 



PUBiJC DOCrMENT — Xo. 49. 



23 



OlFENCES. 


Malei. 


Kern ales. 


Totals. 


Indecent exposure, 

Assault and battery, 

Assault witli a loaded revoh 

Drunkenness, 

Larceny, 

Larceny from tiie person. 

Profanity, 

(ianiing on the Lord's Day, 

Violation of park rules, 


er. 








2 

1 

1 

111 

4 

1 
2 
1 

1 


u 

1 


2 
1 
1 
125 
5 
1 
2 

1 

1 


Totals, . 










190 


15 


205 



Special Police. 

Special police officers are appointed to sen-e without pay 
from the city, on the written application of any officer or 
board in charge of a department of the city of Boston, or on 
the application of any responsible corporation or person, such 
corporation or ijcrson to be liable for the oflBcial misconduct 
of the person appointed. 

During the year ending Xovember 30 last there were 470 
special police officers appointed, 6 of the appointments were 
revoked and C applications for appointment were refused for 
cause. 

For city departments, 180 

For State departments, 5 

For railroad corporations, 133 

For other corporations or associations 59 

For theatres and other places of amn>ement, 48 

For private institutions 35 

For churches, 10 

Total, 470 



Railroad Police. 
Tiiere were also appointed, for the corporations named, 
railroad police officers to serve in their employ as follows: — 

Boston & Maine Hailroad, HO 

New York, Xcw Haven & Hartford Railroad, 7 

Boston Terminal Company, . 6 

Total 153 



24 BOAKD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Licenses pok thk Saxe of Intoxicating Liquoe. 
The law lioensfaig the sale of intoxieatnig liqaor in this 
city provides that not more than one jdaee shall be licensed 
for each 500 oi Ae popnlation, as ascertained by the last 
national or State census, nor shall the number of places in 
any event exceed 1,000. 

Xnmber of placet Keenaed doriug the year, 980 

Knmber of lieenKs penffin^. 7 

Samber of lieeuMs satrendered for cftneelliitioa, ... .70 
Ifnmber of new 'tiemmm gnuted in their places. . . . .70 

The following is a dasified list of die licenses in force 
yov. 30, 1905: — 

First-class ionbolder, 68 

First-class Tietnaller, 698 

Second-class ■netaaHer, 11 

Foortii-clasg distiller, 2 

Fourtb-class ^bolcnle dealer. ■* B " 99 

Foartb-class geoeer, 75 

Fonrtb-class wbolesile diug gi s t, 6 

Fiftb-class brever. 21 

Total, . 980 

During the year tiieie were issued 235 sixth-da^ licenses, 
20 seventJi-ela^ licenses and 48 club licoises. Of these, 3 
sixth-class licenses were cancelled, and new licenses granted 
in their plaee& 

Xnmber of compiamta for riolation of conditions cf licenses made 

toBoardof Foliee. 5 

Xamber of besriags ffven '5 

Knmber of lieease* forfeited, 1 

Kamber of eotofimits for violation of conditions of licenses made 

in court, ........... 4 

Axre*t« for s^fiig witboot a lieetue, 161 

8e it una made, 320 

Amonnt of liquon aened (gallons), 1,451 

STamber of apfrfieat&MU receired, 1,509 

Xnmberof ap^eatKNH for lieeases rejected,. .... 101 

Kninber of *ppiiaK6oim for Ureases on file 42 



i 



190G.] PUBLIC DOCOIENT— No. 49. 25 

The following shows the nature of the complaints upon 
wfcich licenses were forfeited by the Board of Police from 
Dec. 1, 1004, to Xov. 30, 1005 : — 

Selling intoxicating liquor in violation nf license conditions, 1 

Puke Alcohoi.. 

Section 18 of chapter 100 of the Revised Laws provides 
for licenses of the seventh class, to be issued to dealers in 
paints or chemicals, to sell alcohol for mechanic"!, manufac- 
turing or chemical purposes only. Twenty applications were 
received for licenses of this class, and the applicants being 
engaged in business, as required by law, all of them were 
granted. 

Permits to delivee Liquok. 

Holders of fourth and fifth class licenses are required to 
obtain permits for such of their employees as are engaged 
in delivering intoxicating liquor from teams. These permits 
have to be shown to police officers, on demand, and are re- 
voked in case the holder is found delivering liquor illegally, 
or luider suspicious circumstances. During the past year 
156 applications for these permits were received, 139 were 
granted, 17 rejected and 59 permits were cancelled or re- 
voked. 

Storage of Liquors. 

Chapter 284 of the Acts of 1905 provides that it shall be 
lawful for persons holding fourth or fifth class licenses for 
the sale of intoxicating liquors to store liquor in a warehouse, 
or on premises not covered by the license, provided that no 
liquor shall be delivered to a purchaser from the premises 
where stored, and that the premises shall be approved by the 
licensing board. 

Ten applications for the privilege of storing liquor under 
this act were received, 9 of which were granted and 1 refused. 



2(J 



BOxUiD OF POLICE. 



[Jan. 



Mi8CELi>4SEOUs Licenses. 

The total numbor of licenses issued of all kinds, except for 
the sale of intoxicating liquor, was 26,359; transferred, 192; 
cancelled and revoked, 2,59C. The officers investigated 357 
complaints arising under tliese licenses, and 6 hearings were 
given by the Board on these complaints. The fees collected 
and paid into the city treasury amounted to $54,904.85. 
(See Table XV.) 

Sm-vix Loaxs. 

Forty applications were received for licenses to make small 
loans, secured by mortgage, pledge of household furniture or 
other jxjrsonal proiHjrty exempt from attachment, or by as- 
signment of wogcs for personal service, for less than $200, 
or at a rate of interest greater than 12 per cent., 31 of which 
were granted, 1 rejected, 1 cancelled, 1 withdrawn and 7 
pending. 

]A[usic lots' Licenses. 
liincrani. 

During the year there were 242 applications for itinerant 
musicians' licenses received, 225 of which were granted and 
17 rejected. Of the licenses granted, 3 were subsequently 
cancelled ou account of the non-payment of the license fee, 
23 were surrendered and cancelled and others issued in their 
-Stead, and 2 were revoked for cause, leaving 197 in force. 

The otlicer detailed for this special service reports that 
during the year he examined 207. instruments, as follows: — 



Iii>rac>ic)iT>. 



Inspected. 



ruaed. 



CoodcDiaed. 



Street organs, 

Hand organs, 

Tioling, 

Harps, 

Flntes, 

.Accordeons, 

Goitars, 

Bagplpea, . 

BaDjos, 

ToUls, . 



120 

23 

19 

18 

8 

8 

3 

3 

5 



207 



Hi 

19 

15 

15 

6 

5 

2 

2 

2 



180 



27 



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PUBLIC DOCOIEXT — No. 49. 



27 



CoUfdice. 

Collective musicians' licenfes are granted to bands of per- 
sons over tiftccn years of age to play on musical instruments 
in company with designated processions, at stated times and 
places. 

For these licenses tlicre were 118 applications, 112 of which 
were gi'anted and 6 rejected. 

Public Lowjixg-uousks. 

Every building in the city of Boston, not licensed as an 
inn, in which ten or more persons are lodged for twenty-five 
cents or less each iier night, is a public lodging-house, under 
chapter 242 of the Acts of 11*04; and the Board of Police is 
authorized to grant licenses to such lodging-houses after the 
inspector of buildings has certified that the building is pro- 
vided with proper exits and appliances for giving alarm to 
the inmates in case of fire, and the Board of Health has certi- 
fied that the sanitary condition is satisfactory. Under this 
law IG applications for licenses were received, and all of 
them were granted. 

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

LOCATIOK. Sumber lodged. 



42 Eastern Avenue. 
164 Commercial Street, . 
234 Commercial Street, . 
238 Commercial Street, . 
242-246 Commercial Street, 
187 Hanover Street, . 
19 Causeway Street, 
37 Green Street, 
120 Eliot Street, 
39 Eilinborough Street, . 
886 Washington Street. . 
1025 Washington Street, . 
1051 Washington Street. . 
1066 Washington Street, . 
1093 Washington Street. . 
17 Davis Street. 

Total 



13,020 
18,830 
15,303 
13,346 
22.295 
46.406 
12.088 
36,764 
49,009 
20,193 
95,312 
41.976 
30.481 
19,148 
26,855 
38,987 

500,013 



28 BOARD OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Pensions and Benkfits. 

Dec. 1, 1904, there were 203 pensioners on the roll. Dur- 
ing the year 10 died, viz., 1 captain, 1 lieutenant and 8 patrol- 
men ; and 13 were added, viz., 1 inspector, 1 assistant keeper, 
1 sergeant and 10 patrolmen ; leaving 206 on the roll at date, 
including the widows of 9 and the orphans of 1 policeman, 
who died from injuries received in the service. 

The payments on acooimt of pensions during the past year 
amounted to $129,687.67, and it is estimated that $130,- 
352.50 will be required for pensions in 1906. This does 
not include pensions for 1 captain, 1 sergeant and 6 patrol- 
men, all of whom are sixty-five years or over, and are en- 
titled to be pensioned on account of age and term of service. 

The invested fimd of the police charitable fund on the 
30th of November last amounted to $207,550. There are 
65 beneficiaries at the present time, and there has been paid 
to them the siun of $8,250 during the past year. 

The invested fund of the Police Relief Association on the 
30th of November was $84,350. 

FlNANCIAI,. 

A requisition was made on the city council for the a\xax 
of $1,990,513.45 to meet the running expenses of the depart- 
ment, including the pensioned police officers, house of deten- 
tion, station house matrons, liquor license expenses and police 
signal service for the financial year. 

The total expenditures for police purposes during the past 
year, including the pensions, house of detention, station house 
matrons, liquor license expenses and listing persons twenty 
years of age or more, but exclusive of the maintenance of the 
police signal service, were $1,868,401.53. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury from fees 
fr.r licenses over which the police have supervision and for 
sale of unclaimed and condemned property was $1,510,- 
872.43, of which $1,455,681.50 was received for liquor li- 
censes. (See Table XVIII.) 

The cost of maintaining the police signal service during 
the year was $62,415.30. (See Table XIX.) 



190(),] PL'BLIC DOCL'.MICXT — Xo. 49. 29 

COXCLUSIOX. 

The summary of arrests for the year shows a decrease in 
offences against the person, against property with violence, 
against chastity and ni<^rality and against offences not classi- 
fiod in the alxjvc, including drunkenness, in which there was 
a decrease of 1,213, as compared with last year; and a slight 
increase in offences against property' without violence, against 
property with malice, against the currency and against the 
license laws. 

Kespectfully suhmitted, 

CIIAS. H. COLE, Jr., 

n. F. ADAMS, 

W. II. II. EMMONS, 

Board of Police. 



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[Jan. 



Table II. 

Xames of Officers who were promoted diaiay the Year ending 
Nov. 30, 1905. 



Name «nd Raost- 



March 3. 1S05, 
tixj 5, 1905, 
Jea. 30. 1905. 
Jan. 30, 1&05. 
MxTch 3, 1&05, 
J»i. 30. 1S05, 
Jan. 30, 1905, 
Jaa. 30, 1505, 
Jan. 30. 1305, 
Jam- 30, 1S05, 
JaoL 3'3, 1S05, 
Fe&. 9, 1905. 
Feb- 9, 1505, 
Marcfa 3, 1905, 
Mods, 1905, 
MjcchS, 1905. 
Man^S, 1905. 
Ibjr 5,1905. 



Lienlennnt Clarence A. Swan, to Bhe rank of captain. 

Patrolman James D. Conboy, to ifte rank of inspector. 

Sergeant (lugh J. Lee, to the raiA. of lieutenant. 

Sergeant Charles W. Searles, to iSx* rank of lieutenant. 

Sergeant Willinni II. Alleo, to tbcrank of lieutenant. 

Patrolman Arthur H. McConnelUt* the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Ibri W. H. Curtis, to Ifee rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Albert J. Sargent, to &* rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Philip E. O'Neil, to tfcerank of sergeant. 

Patrolman John J. Rooney, to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Thomas Keane, to tliennk of sergeant. 

Patrolman Frederick Schlehober, to the rank of ser- 
geant. 
Patrolman Clinton £. Bo^lcy, toi&e rank of sergeant 

Patrolman Henij Fetridge, to tSse raak of sergeant. 

Patrolman Stillman B. H. Hall. la t&e rank of sergeant 

Patrolman Jamos P. Smith, to the raak of sergeant 

Patrolman Francis J. Hird, to thenak of sergeant. 

Patrolman James J. Crotty, to tfee rank of sergeant. 



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[Jan. 



TabmIV. 

List of Officers retired during He Year, giving Age at the Time of 
Betirement and the NiiMber of Tears' Service of Each. 



Same. 


Caue of Kcttmneat 


BJackley. Ira N., . 


Incapxitated. 


Bostwid^ John G.. . 


Yetenn. sixty-eight yeara of age. 


Carey, Dennis A., . 


Ineiparifated. 


Colby, George B., . 


Incapaditated. 


DoDoran. Dennis, . 


Incapu^ated. 


Hougiitoa, Andrew, 


VeteiMi, sixty-one years of age. 


Kesselhatb, Theodore H., 


VetennB. seventy-one years of age. 


Russell. Janiea, 


locapae&ited. 


Ryan, John J., 


Incapacitated. 


Smith, Robert L., . 


Yet0«ai. sixty-one years of *ge. 


Snilirca. Daniel J , 


yeteam, sixty years of age. 


Sweeney. William J., 
Tbomtoa. Dudley C, 


Sixty-foar years of age. twenty-nine yeara' 

c<wi*Burti»e service. 
Sixty-five years of age. 



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Present Yenr toko tcere appointed on the Force in the Tear stated. 



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Table IX. 
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Table X. 

Xumber of Arrests by Police Divisions during the Year ending 
Nov. 30, 1905. 



DIVIBIOX*. 


Malei. 


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TotalJ. 


Headquarters, 










993 


179 


i 1,172 


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7,718 


701 


i 8,419 


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2,567 


101 


1 2,668 


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5,639 


1,254 


6,893 


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5,134 


865 


5,999 


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4,380 


795 


5,175 


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2.424 


282 


2,706 


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1,842 


166 


2,008 


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1,966 


208 


2,174 


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2,742 


336 


3,078 


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1,313 


67 


1,380 


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986 


87 


1,073 


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945 


47 


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656 


29 


685 


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2,843 


264 


3,107 


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713 


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771 


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Table XVII. 

Total Nuviher of Wagon Licenses granted in the City, by Police 

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Division 1 1,152 

Dirision 2 2,100 

Division 3 234 

Division 4, 470 

Division 5, 3S4 

Division 6, 250 

Division 7 124 

Division 9 118 

Division 10 120 

Division 11, 73 

Division 12, 45 

Division IS, 46 

Division 14, 36 

Division 15, 143 

Division 16 148 

Total 5,443 






(54 BOAED OF POLICE. [Jan. 

Table XVIII. 
Financial Statement for tlie Tear ending Nov. 30, 1905. 

EXI'ENDITL'RES. 

Pay of the officers, |1,479^2 64 

Pensions 129487 67 

Fuel und light, 19,358 62 

Water and ice, »08 21 

Furniture and bed«liug, 5^8 34 

Printing and stalicmerj, 13,465 24 

Care and cleaning sUdon houses and city prisons, . . 23,419 16 

Repaii-s to station bouses and city prisons,^ . . . 21356 35 

Repairs and supplies to police steamers, .... 8,413 21 

Kent and care of telephone and telegraph wires, . . 4j693 47 

Care and keeping horses, harnesses and vehicles, . . 24,985 67 

Purchase of horses and rehicles, 5^889 21 

Carting prisoners to and from stations and city prison, . 873 05 

Feeding prisoners, 2,173 18 

Medical attendance, 6,990 65 

Transportation, 3,283 11 

Pursuit of criminals, 2,602 17 

Cloth for unifoma and uniform helmets, .... 12,317 23 

Badges, buttons, dobs, belts, insignia, etc., . . . 2,882 55 

Travelling expenses and food for officers, . . . 103 19 

Rent of buildings, 3,215 00 

Total 11,772,537 82 

Expenses of r^jistration, 29^15 51 

Expenses of hot^e ot detention and station house matroas, 8,913 67 

Expenses of liqoor license bureau, . 57,234 53 

Expenses of signal service (see Table XIX), . . 62,415 30 

Total, 91,930316 83 

Receipts. 

For all licenses (except for sale of liquor) ,* . . 923,917 75 
For sale of anclaimed and condemned property, itinenwt . 
musicians' ba^es, carriage maps, carting prisoners, 

etc.,' " . 599 68 

For dog licenses (credited to school department), . . 28jt7S 60 

Totcl 965,190 93 

For liquor licenses, 1,465^681 50 

For uniform cloth, etc, 12338 96 

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Payments on Acvonnt of the Signal Service during the Year ending 
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Rent of telephone instninienti:, 

Rent and care of bniUlings, . 

Purchase of horses, harnesses and vehicles. 

Stable supplies and furniture. 

Repairs on buildings 

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Signalling apparatus, repairs and supplies. 

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The following-named persons have beea Sfvarded a dejiart- 
ment medal, as provided by General Orfer Xo. 37, dated 
XoT. 12, 1894, on account of having p«fijTmed some haz- 
ardous or dangerous service while in thm performance of 
dotr as police officers : — 



Baok. 


SxttB. 


JMsMfao. 


Date. 


Fstrolman, 


John D. McCarthy, 


U 


Not, 


12, 1894. 


Patrolman, 


Wesley \V. Chandler, . 


U 


Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Sogeant, . 


George A. Rohrer, Jr., . 


7 


Feb. 


2, 1895. 


Patrolman, 


William J. Murphy,' . 


4 


Feb. 


2, 1895, 


Snj»!rintendent, . 


William H. Pierce, . 


aa 


Feb. 


2, 1895 


PslcDlman, 


John J. Smith, 


1« 


Sot, 


29, 1895, 


Patrolman, 


Amasa E. Augusta, 


11 


Jan, 


1, 1898. 


Fstrolman, 


Henry C. Berry, 


V, 


Jan. 


1, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


William H. Gordon, 


1 


Jan. 


1,1898. 


Fabolman, 


Peter A. Hayes, 


1 


Jan. 


1,1898. 


Patrolman, 


George A. AmistroDg,* . 


9 


Starch 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Walter G. Horton, . 


1 


March 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Edward F. Lewey,' 


2 


March 


29, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Edward H. Mullen, 


15 


ilarch 


29, 1898. 


Seigirauit, . 


William H. Allen, . 


4 


Oct. 


29. 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Charles B. Kelly, . 


3 


Oet. 


^9, 1898. 


Patrolman, 


Edward R. Olds, . 


1» 


Sept, 


8, 1899. 


PaCrolman, 


Christopher J. Bnrrill,* . 


3 


Aag, 


31, 1901. 


Ptfrolman, 


Patrick J. Fitzgerald, , 


7 


April 


11, 1903. 


Pjtrolman, 


Thomas S. Graham, 


5 


April 


11.1903. 


Rtfrolman, 


Hugh A. Rourke, . 


7 


April 


11, 1903. 


Patrolman, 


Thomas F. Connolly, . 


19 


Not, 


25. 190S. 


Ptfrolman, 


Michael J. Sullivan, 


4 


Not. 


25. 1903. 


Scfveant, . 


William F. Aubens, 


7 


Dee. 


22. 1903. 


PiCioIman, 


Michael J. Hankard, 


7 


Dec. 


22, 1903. 


Patrolmao, 


William G. Hill. . 


» 


Maj 


16. 1904. 




Joseph M. Connor, . 


i 


May 


16,1904. 


Obtain, . 


Thomas C. Evans, , 


7 


Not, 


1.1904. 


Inspector, . 


William J. Rooney, 


eia 


Nor, 


1, 1904. 


Padrolman, 


Henry F. Barry, 


2 


Feb. 


2, 1905. 



' Died Not. 21, 1895. 
' Besigned Dec. 6, 1903. 



IDec.21. Ifl03 
BetinilXatcb 19, 1904. 



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INDEX 



A. 

PAGE 

Accidents 10, 66, 67 

persons killi'd or Injared In streets, parks and squares . . . .66,67 

number of, reported 10 

Alcohol, licenst- 10 sell 25 

Ambulance service 20 

Arrests 6, 7, 8.22, «,42-.'57, 59, 60 

age and sex of 7, 60 

comparatlvo »li\teni«nt of 59 

foreiKners 7, 43-57 

in public parks 22 

insane persons 8 

minors 7,42-57 

nativity of 7 

non-residents 7,42-57 

numtier of, by divisions 41 

number of, punished by fine 8 

summoned by court 6, 42-67 

total numlier of 6, 7, 59 

violation of city oplinanoes 7, 51 

on warrants 6, 42-57 

withont warrants 6, 42-57 

Auctioneers 61 

Automobiles 19, 20, 21 

police 19, 20 

public 21 



B. 



Benefits and jicnslons 
Bertillon system 
Billiard tables . 
Board of Police 
Bowling alleys . 
Buildings . 

dangerous, reporttd 

fonnd open and made secure 



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61 
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10 
10 



Carriages, public 

articles left In . 

automobile . 

number licensed 
Cases investigated . 
Cess-pools, defective, nfported 



21. 22, 61 
21 22 
21 
21,61 
10, 18 
10 



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CaoMien 10 

a&utdoaed, cnred for 10 

leat, lesCoied 10 

C ailMUuejs , defective reported 10 

C6tf apJiifffg, arregta tor violati— of 7,51 

Cbiois, iB^eetor of ... 15, 16 

CSaBi^ Dfuter licensed 21 

CtnxmeDdatioiM 11, 12 

Caomitmeota 8 

Conmoa Tretnallers 61 

Cnu^lVunts 31.^,26,38,39,61 

against {olice officers 38, 39 

s^sinst KfooT licenses 21, 25 

against Brisceilaneoos licenses. 26,61 

Cnnsael to Board 15 

CmsTS 8,8,59 f 

Saea imposed by 8, S9 5 

amn t ei of days' attendance at, fey officers 8,59 '< 

aomlierof persons summoned tjr 6 

CisKmallnTestigation, Bureau of 8-10 

sziests 10 

^botoga^ha 8, 10 

steoris 9 

zognes' [^tery . . 8, 10 

fj&maalvoA ' . . . . 99 

eampazatiTe statement of . ..'.,' 99 

D. 

Steas bodied eared (or 10, 18 

Desaas 15,16,33 

IkyaeodcBt, suicide, etc 15, 16 

«( police oflScers • 33 

Bt jimtn t mu police 9 

ScMcttrea, ptirate 61 

DSttffiotiaa of force 5, 6. 30, 31 

IKidadaiieesmppresaed 10 

Olff 15,61,62 

iHiwuBt leeeiyed for licenses for 61 

<8*mags dene by 19 

mmbcr licensed 61,62 

ft.if— iiu* yanlta, defective reported 10 

Dltf««i^ hack or cab 61 

I rescued from . . . . ... . . . 11, 18 

■l>er licensed 21 

7. 10, 92 

ifa(;perday 10 

1 mnmber of arrests f cr 7, 10 

> arrested for 10 

r of arrests for 7, S 

E. 

JCvioXl^apeeaal 12,13 

KafHJia^tBxes 28^ 61 

ISzttca Attics performed by officers 10 




INDEX. 75 



F. 

PACE 

Fit,»i,<ri»l 28. 61, fr!. 65 

expenditure -8, 6* 

haase <>( detention 2S, 61 

liquor license 28, 6i 

fiensiODS ^> ^ 

signal service 28, W, t>5 

receipts 28, 61 

liqnor license fees 28, 61 

miscellaneous license fees 28, 61, 61 

Fii>« 8. 59 

aTtrage amount of 8, 59 

anxnnt of 8, 59 

DQSiber punished l*y - 8 

Fire aUrms 10, IS 

defective, reported 10 

biusbeT given 10 

nmober on water front attended .... ... 18 

Fins 10.18 

exiingnislied 10 

(a water front extinguished without alarm IS 

FortrigBer", numlier arrested 7, 12-57 

Ct. 

Gamins, illegal 11. 53 

arrests for 11. 53 

pT<l*rty seized 11 

raids made 11 

Oat lrii«s, defective reported 10 

H. 

Hack or cab drivers 61 

Hackoey carriages 21,22,61 

Hand cuts Gl 

Harbor service, special duties performed IS 

Horaes 19,10 

bcmght. sold, etc 19 

diKribation of 10 

Dumber in service 19. 40 

Hoa«e of detention 28. 61 

Hjdraats. defective reported 10 

I. 

Imprisonment, □uuil>er of years of 8. 59 

IneooM 28, 61 

Insbolden 61 

Isiose persons taken in ch&.ge 8, 11 

IufptciOT of claims 15. 16 

clainu investigated 15 

•Seuhs by accident, etc 15 

iiKjnests attended 16 

vitDesses summoned 15 



76 INDEX. 



lotelll^nce offices • • 61 

Intoxicated peraoos masUted 10 

Itinnant mosicUns 26, 61 



Jonk colleetora 61 

Junk shop keepers 61 

L. 

Lamps, ialecXire reported . . . . .10 

Lef^aJ serriee / . 15 

Licenses 24,25,26,61 

liquor 34, 25 

miscellanecos 26, 61 

Liquor, Intoxicattng 24,25,28,64 

licenses for sale of . . 24 

ebasifieatioa of licenses tor »le of 24 . ' 

complaints against licensed dealers 24, 25 

fees paid to city treasurer for 28, 64 

maximnm number of licenses 2L 

DUnber of applications for licenses received 34 

permits to deliver 25 

storageof 25 

Listing (sec Begistcation) LT-15, 64, 68-71 ^ 

Loans, small 26, 61 

Lodgers at station houses 8 

Lodging hooses, pobUc 27, 61 , 

applications for licenses 27, 61 

aathority to lieenae 27 

uoraberofpersoas lodged in 27 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property 11 

u. 

Medals, department 72 

Medieal examiners' assistant 15, 16 

Minm, number amsted 7, 42-37 

MiseeTianeoBsbnaitas 10 

Miaeellaneans lioeoaes 26,61,64 ^ 

complaiaU iDTcatigated 26,61 

coBipIafirtB heaid 26, 61 

BanbacUsaed 26,61 

■■mber tcaasfaned 28, 61 

nuabercaaeelledand revoiced 26,61 i 

aaoBBtof fees collected for .26.61,64 V 

MisriagpeooM U 

■aaabwfoaiid 11 ' 

Bambarnportad 11 

Mnsieiana, itinenuit 26, 61 ,. 

appUeatiODa for licenses . 26, 61 \ 

otaiiiied ^ . 

■Ucoodanraed 26 

mma 26 

l(adeiaaa.eeIIeetiTe 27,61 



IKDEX. 77 

N. 



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Nativity o( porsdiis nrrested ^ 

Non-residents, number arrested 7, 43-57 

0. 

Offences, ublcs of 6, 42-57, 58 

against tlio person fi, 42, 43 

against pro|iorty. with violence 6, 44 

against proiierty, without violence 6, 45, 46 

against properly, malicious 6, 46 

comparative HtJitcment ot 68 

forgery and, against currency 6,47 

against lIcchNO laws 6, 47, 48 

against chastity, morality, etc 6,49,50 

miscellaneoiiH 6, 51-57 

recapitulation 37 

P. 

Parks, public 22,23.66,67 

accidents reported in 66, 67 

arrests in 22,23 

patrol of 22 

Pawnbrokers 61 

Pensions and lieiicfits 28 

estimates for |>oosions 28 

number of purxons on rolls 28 

payments on uccount of 28 

Permits to deliver liquor 25 

Police 23 

railroad 23 

special 23 

Police charitable fund, number of beneficiaries 28 

Police department 5.6,11-13,19,21,30-41,72 

liovr composed 5 

distribution of 5, 30, 31 

ofbcers appointed 5 

date appointed 35 

commended 11, 12 

complnlntx against 38. 39 

died 6, 33 

discharged 6, 36 

injured 6 

promotoil 32 

resigned 6. 36 

retired 6. 34 

absent sick 37 

arrests by 6, 7, 41 

detailed, special events 12, 13 

medals 72 

work of 6 

horses in use In 10, 40 

vehicles in UHe In 21 



78 INDEX. 



Police B«lie{ Association, invested fond of tt 

Police liigBal service 16-18, 28, St, 65 

cost of maintenance 28, 64. 65 

payments 65 

repairs and conrtruction . 16, 17 

signal boxes 17 

andergioand cable K 

work of IS. 17 

Pool uMes .,'........... ei 

Private detectives ' . . . 61 

Property 8,11.59.61 

lost, abandoned and stolen 11,61 

recovered . .8.39 

stolen in city 8. 99 

taken from prisoner* and lodgers 8 

Public carriages 21,22.61 

Pnblic lodging-booses .... 27,61 



Pare alcohol, applications for licenses to sell 25 }_ 

R. 

Railroad police . . 8 

Begistration 13-15,61.68-71 

certificates of, refused 11. 71 

detail 13 

expenses of 15.S1 

number of male residents listed ........ M. 68 

nnmber of women voters listed 14. 70 

< supplementary list of male residents M. 69 

I Bogoes' gallery 8.10 



S. 

Second-band articles £1 

Sewen, defective reported 10 

Sick and injared persons assisted 11. 18 

Sickness, absence on account of 37 

I Signal service, police . 16-18,28.61.65 

Sippio tables 61 

SkatiDgtink 61 

Small loons, applications for licenses to make 2C>d 

Special arents 13,13 

Special police 13 

Station booses 8 

lodgers at 8 

vitaeases detained at S , ! 

Street milways, conductors and motorm licensed ..... 61 
Stieeta 10,11,61^67 

accidents reported in ^ f. 

dcfeetlTe, repeated 

obstmctions removed ^ 

T. 

Teams 

■tray, put up 

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Vehicle, . .\ ..-•••■- • 1^22.61.63 

maUMDobile* . > 19,"^^ 

in use Id police der-rtjai'n' • - ^* 

iMiblic curUgw . .\ ■ - • • . • ■ • • •21,22,61 

'^^. 22.61,63 

w««oni ......-■• , fii 

Victuallere, common ^_^_— 

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W»g<«« 28,01.63 

aujnber licecsod bj- diviMocK 63 

U»t«I nuaaber licensM 22,61,63 

Wirabousoft, liquor stored la ^ 

Water pipes, detectiTC r»port»d . . . . - . 10 

Water ronning to w»ste irporusd . . .' H 

Witaesscs 8,11.59 

i-cml-er o( days' atttndiase ateooxt by officer! as . .8,59 

fees earned by officrn as 8, 5H 

Duml'er rf, detaiocd at sSmtioB hooaea 8,11 



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