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

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U^ AHV>iai'T 
NOJLSOa 



BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




Public Document No. 49 



T^VELFTH ANNUAL REPOET 



Police Commissioner 



CITY OF BOSTON, 



Year ending November 30, 1917, 




BOSTON: 
WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS, 
32 DERNE street. 
1918. 



PcBUCATioN or raia Doccmext 

APmOTXO BT THE 

S t r m iiBOB or AoiiiNnsTRATiox. 






CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

OlTcnccs against the laws, ......... 5 

Kocrcsie'ent offenders, ......... 6 

Police work on jury lists, ......... 7 

Prosecutions under the automobile laws, ...... 9 

Automobile accidents, ......... 10 

Thefts of automobiles, . . . . . . . . .12 

Police listing, ........... 15 

New station houses, . . .... . ... 16 

The war and the police, ......... 18 

The department, .......... 21 

The police force, ......... 21 

Signal service, .......... 21 

Employees of the department, ....... 21 

Recapitulation, .......... 21 

Distribution and changes, ........ 22 

Police officers injured while on duty, ....... 22 

Work of the department, ......... 22 

Arrests, ...........22 

Drunkenness, .......... 25 

Bureau of criminal investigation, ....... 25 

OiHcer detailed to a-ssist medical examiners, ...... 26 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property, ....... 27 

Special events, ...........27 

Miscellaneous busincs!, ......... 29 

Inspector of claims, .......... 30 

House of detention, .......... 31 

Police signal ser\-ice, .......... 31 

Signal boxes, .......... 31 

Miscellaneous work, ......... 31 

Harbor scirice, .......... 33 

Horses, ... . ... ...34 

Vehicle service, ;......... 34 

Automobiles, . . . . • . . . . . .34 

Ambulances, .......... 34 

List of vehicles used by the department, ..... 35 

Public carriage^, .......... 36 

Sight-seeing automobiles, ......... 37 

Wagon licenses, .......... 37 

Listing male residents of Boston, etc., ....... 38 

Women voters verified, ........ 38 

Listing expenses, ......... 39 

Number of policemen employed in listing. ..... 39 

Special police, ........... 39 

Railroad poUco, .......... 40 

Miscellaneous licenscB, ......... 40 

Musicians' h'ccnscs, .......... 40 

Itinerant, ........... 40 

Collective, ........... 41 



CONTENTS. 



PACB 

CaronnB daaserous weapons, ........ 42 

Public lodj^iris hou!*?, ... .42 

Pensions aod benefits, ......... 43 

Financial, ........... 43 

Statistical tables. .......... 45 

Distribution of police force, . . . .... .45 

List of police officers in active service who died, .... 48 

List of officers retired, .... .49 

List of officers promoted, ........ 50 

N'umber of men in active service, ....... 51 

Officer" dJMrharged and resigned, ....... 53 

N'umber of days' absence from duty by reason of sickoess, . . 53 

Complaizits aeainst officers. ........ 54 

Number and distribution of horses, ...... 55 

Number of arrests by police diWsiuns, . .... .56 

.Vrrests atid offences, ......... 57 

.Xge and t«i of persons arrested, ....... 74 

Comparative statement of police criminal work, .... 75 

Licen.ses of all classes issued, ....... 76 

Dog licm-ses i.-.^ued, ........'. 77 

^*agon U'^n.'.es L<ia"ued, ........ 77 

Financial statement, ......... 78 

PaxTneriti on account of signal service, ...... 79 

.^ccideni«. ........... 80 

Male rfc-idents listed, ......... 82 

Women voters lifted, ......... 8-3 



Ql\)c €ommonroealtl) of i1Ias5acl)U6etts. 



REPORT. 



Headqcartebs or the Police DEPAnTiiENT, 

Office of the Police CoM.MissioxEn, 29 Pemderton Square, 

Boston, Dec. 31, 1917. 

To His Excellency Saiiuel W. McCaxl, Governor. 

Your Excellenxy: — As Police Commissioner for the 
city of Boston, I have the honor to present, in compliance 
with the provisions of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906, a 
report of the work of the police department for the year 
ended Nov. 30, 1917. 

Offenxe-s acaixst the L.\ws. 
Statistics concerning the offences against the laws, which 
are given in full detail in mother part of this report, are 
here summarized. The total number of arrests in 1917 was 
108,556, as against 96,476 in 1916. The eight general divi- 
sions under which offences are classed show the following 
numbers for five years: — 



OrTEXCES. 


Arrests 
in 1913. 


Arrests 
in 1014. 


Arrests 
in 1915. 


Arrests 
in 1916. 


Arrests 
in 1917. 


Offences af^iinst the pereon. 


3.7M 


3,879 


3,793 


5,053 


4,825 


Offences against property with violence. 


£04 


689 


6SS 


552 


556 


Offences asainst property sitbout violente. 


3,SSS 


8,036 


4.712 


3,864 


4,655 


Malicioui offences aeainst projjerty. . 


122 


217 


212 


267 


209 


Forgery and offences atainst the cuneney. . 


S5 


106 


85 


69 


80 


Offences ac&inst the license laws. 


723 


767 


816 


864 


820 


Offences against chastity, morality, etc., . 


1.884 


1,888 


2,455 


2,987 


3,166 


Offences not included in the forecoinK. ia- 
cludine drunkenness. 


70,627 


76,622 


76,001 


82,815 


94,245 


Totals 


81,767 


80,205 


88.762 


96,476 


108,556 



rOLICE COMMISSIONER. 



(Jan. 



It will be observed that the increase in the number of 
arrests is more than covered by the increase in miscellaneous 
offences, almost all misdemeanors, especially drunkenness 
and violations of the automobile laws. Unsettled conditions 
due to the war, and especiallj' to the presence of an unusual 
number of strangers, account largely for the growth of arrests 
for drunkenness. This is shown in the increase in the per- 
centage of nonresidents arrested for that offence from 44.56 
in 1916 to 51.72 in 1917, much the largest percentage on 
record. 

A summary of fines and imprisonments is shown, as fol- 
lows: — 





1 U. 


»14. 


UM. 


UK. 


vm. 


Penou fined 

Total amouDt o( fines. 

Penou MDteDced to unpruonoent, . 

Total yean o( impruonment, . 


12,7M 

II3:.570 

8.578 

3.324 


13.183 

1130.935 

8.8«5 

3.3i« 


11,878 

1113.459 

8.803 

3.753 


13.610 

iII4,7SS 
8.124 
3.328 


14.145 

J124J52JO 

8.005 

1.449 



Nonresident Offexders. 
The proportion of nonresident offenders among the persons 
arrested for all causes has shown, on the whole, a steady 
increase. When the first police commission was established 
in 1S78 the percentage was 19.90; in 1917 it was 43.46. 
The statistics of the past ten years, covering arrests for all 
causes, arc as follows: — 





Total 
.\rTcsta. 


Non- 
raidenU. 


of Non- 


1908 

1909 


(3,148 
71,512 


28.113 
27.953 
28.233 
27,613 
28,645 
31,800 
34.450 
33,183 
36.825 
47,1S3 


»J2 
Zi 06 


1910 


71,201 


n 65 


1911 


70,442 


n M 


1912 


75,496 


27 M 


1913 


61,767 


s as 


1914 


69,205 


Z3 61 


Klj 

1916 


S8.762 
96 476 


37 JS 


1917 


lOS 556 


43 45 









1918.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 



In the arrests for drunkenness alone the figures for ten 
years are as follows: — 



Veab. 


Total 
Arrests 

for 
Drunk- 
eDDess. 


Percent- 
age of 

Nonresi- 
clents. 


Year. 


Total 
Arrests 

for 
Drunk- 
enness. 


Percent- 
age of 

Nonresi- 
deata. 


190S. 

1W9. ... 

1910, 

1»I1. 

1912, 


42.468 
45,321 
47,732 
46.394 
49,846 


47.73 
47.82 
47.86 
47.10 
45.73 


1913. 
1914, 
1915, 
1916, 
1917, 


54,951 
59,159 
57,811 
65,051 
73,393 


46.88 
45.66 
44.18 
44.5t 
51.72 



PoucE Work on Jury Lists. 
For the tenth year the police department, under the pro- 
visions of chapter 348, -\cts of 1907, has assisted the election 
commissioners in ascertaining the qualifications of persons 
proposed for jury service. The police findings in these ten 
years may be summarized as follows: — 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



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• 3 



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Q oft O O 
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191S.] PUBLIC DOCU-MEXT — Xo. 49. 



Prosecutions uxdeb the Automobile Latts. 

The use of motor vehicles in the streets continues to 
occupy a large share of the attention of the public and of 
the police. The prosecutions under the automobile law in 
the police year ended X'ov. 30, 1917, involved 5,95S persons 
and 6,240 separate charges. These do not include charges 
against automobile drivers for violation of park rules or 
charges against automobile drivers for violation of traffic 
rules, unless such charges involved also violations of the* 
automobile law. 

The first record of an automobile prosecution by the 
Boston police was made only sixteen years ago, when the 
single offence of the year 1901 was the driving of a motor 
car in a public park without a permit. In 1902 there were 
3.3 prosecutions; in 1903, 67; in 1904, 179; in 1905, 102; 
in 1906, .308; in 1907, 961; in 190S, l,S6o; in 1909, 2,196; 
in 1910, 2,334; in 1911, 1,S99; in 1912, 2,.359; in 1913, 
3,190; in 1914, 3,829; in 1915, 4,172; in 1916, 4,664; in 
1917, 6,240. 

Prosecutions resulted in the lower courts, as follows: — 

Persons prosecuted, 5,958 

Xumber of separate charges, 6,240 

Found not guiltj- on charges, 119 

Fined, 3,977 

.\mount of fines, 821,379 

Sentenced to prison, 49 

Placed on probation, 24 

ITacedonfile, 2,026 

Pending, .... 29 

Defaulted, S 

Ucid for Superior Court, 8 

Without taking into account sentences which were sus- 
pended, it is found that 266 fines and 33 prison sentences 
were appealed, with the following results, in the Superior 
Court: — 

Fines appealed 266 

Paid, S 

Placed on file 77 



10 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



Placed on probation, 5 

Xol-profscd, 51 

Pending, 92 

Acquitted 3 

Connoted, 2S 

Defaulted, 2 

PrL=on sentences apjiealcd, 33 

Con\icted 5 

Placed on file, 

Placed on probation S 

' Xol-prossed, 1 

Pending 9 

Acquitted, 3 

Defaulted 1 

The eight cases not acted upon by tlie lower courts, but 
held for the Superior Court, were there disposed of as fol- 
lows: — 

Pbced on probation 1 

Placed on file, 2 

Xobill, 2 

Pending 3 

Automobile Accidexts. 
Accidents to persons due to the operation of automobiles 
are first recorded in the department reports in 1900. Be- 
ginning with that year their number to the present time in 
public streets is shown in the following table: — 



Yeah. 


Killed. 1 Icjnnd. 


YCiB. 


Killed. Injurtd. 


IMO. 

190J. 
1903, 
ISOI. 
IfOS. 
ISOS, 

ifor. 








2 

1 
2 

1 

7 
6 


.9 
S 

•• 1 

u 

a ' 

T3 
310 
lOS 


lOOT. 
1910, 
1911, 
1912. 
1913, 
1914. 
1915. 
liilC. 
1917, 








9 
13 
14 
22 
22 
2S 
4S 
49 


2S1 
2S0 
3S1 
iSS 
49i 
M9 
S£2 
SSI 
1J02 



1918.] 



PUBLIC DOCOIENT — No. 49. 



11 



The apparent increase in fatal accidents from 48 in 1916 
to 71 in 1917 is to be accounted for largely by the fact that 
accidents reported originally as resulting in injuries only 
have been followed up more closely this year than ever 
before, so that in ten or twelve of this year's cases death 
was found to have ensued in from seven days to three 
months after the accidents. 

A study of the circumstances attending each of the 71 
deaths of the year in which motor cars were involved shows 
the following: — 

Of the persons idlled 66 were in public places, 5 in motor 
cars. Of the 71 deaths, 39 were caused by private passenger 
cars, 11 by dealers' or other semipublic cars, and 21 by 
trucks. The private cars were driven, 18 by their owners, 
21 by persons other than owners, and 4 owners drove trucks. 
One operator drove his truck so rapidly that it could not be 
identified. 

The ages of the persons killed were as follows, being in- 
clusive in all cases : — 



Three to ten years, 
Eleven to sixteen j-ears. 
Seventeen to twcntj--one years, 
Tv.-enty-two to forty-nine years. 
Fifty to fifty-nine years, 
Sbrt}' to seventy-eight 3-ears, 



26 
4 
1 

22 
S 

10 



By police divisions they were, for three years, as fol- 
lows: — 



Division. 

I. . 
2 

3, . . 

4, . . 

5, . . . 

6, . . . 

7, . . . 
9, . . . 

10, . . . 



Location. 



19 IS. 



UK. 



1917. 



TTanovor Street 
Court Square, 
West End, 
Lagrange Street 
South End. 
South Boston, 
Eaat Boat on, 
Dudley Street, 



Bozbur>', 



Roxburj' Crosaing. 



2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
I 
6 
10 
I 



]2 



POLICK COM.AIISSIONKI!. 



(Jan. 



t>rmuty. 


Local ioe. 


UU. 


1»1«. HIT. 


n. 

13. 

11. 

IS. 
IS. 

i:. 
I*. 








Field's Corner, DorcioCfr. 

City Ptoint, South Bctua. 

Jamnics Platn, 

Driclitoa, 

Cliarlaum, . 

Dark Bay. 

Wat Eenbary. 

Hyde Part, 

Mortoa .eirwl. 




7 

3 
3 
5 


i 

1 
1 
2 

7 
4 


i 

I 
3 

2 

7 
10 

I 
2 

-* 


ToUk. 




46 


48 


71 



Thefts of Actomobiles. 
In my annual report for 1916 I wrote as to this subject as 
folIow3: — 

The tlu-fts of automoSjflcs have not nearly reached in Boston the 
numhcTS which other liri^e cities report, but the subject has become 
a Serious one to owner?. The IVifton police department has been 
making special ctTorts for a long time to remedy the situation, but 
with the carelessness of some o»mers, the recklessness of thieve?, 
many of whom are young, and the apparent leniency with which the 
crime is regarded by the courts, it is eudcnt that there will be much 
trouble in the future. 

Ever>' statement in this paragraph has been verified by the 
experience of 1917. The records of the two years in com- 
parison are as follows: — 





l»l«. 


MIT. 


Per CM. 
IncTcaac 


Sutau — 








lUrcrtcd tloVo in Ucaton 


333 


730 


119 


R^ycrtod ituAen dafuhere in M^narbmetU. 


245 


S9G 


lU 


Hrpocud wUAea ouUide Mu»^riiuwtt«, 


as 


1.3iS 


IM 


TMmnd: — 








lUftortcd nUAetx in Boston and neorervi in P,o«::on, . 


132 


3S4 


101 


ErpcrtMl ttuAea in P.oston and rvcoverod eUra b«TV. . 


44 


I OS 


14i 


Jlrjrjrwl tiokii outside Boston and rMorered ia Boa- 
too. 
AraaJa: — 


24 


76 


217 


Penoca xmalcd for stoolinc auv>mi>bilc* in BiMae, . 


SI 


193 


141 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 13 

In addition to the foregoing, 9 automobiles reported stolen 
in Boston previous to Nov. 30, 1916, were afterwards re- 
covered. 

Of the 195 persons arrested 22 were delivered to police of 
outside cities and towns, leaving 17-3 to be disposed of in 
Boston, 163 of which cases began in the lower courts and 10 
in the Superior Court. 

In *he lower courts 25 persons were discharged, including 

1 for lack of prosecution, on payment of S50; 3 defaulted; 
9 cases were pending November 30; and in 46 cases the 
lower courts declined Jurisdiction and held the defendants 
for the grand jury. 

In the cases of conviction in the lower courts 30 were 
placed on probation, 11 on file, and sentences were imposed 
as follows : — 

12 months in House of Correction and -S300 fine, .... 1 

12 months in House of Correction, 2 

5 months in House of Correction, 1 

6 months in House of Correction, 11 

4 montlis in House of Correction, 3 

3 months in House of Correction, 5 

2 months in House of Correction, 5 

5 months in jail, 1 

months in jail, 1 

Massachusetts Reformatory, 4 

LjTnan School, 2 

Shirlej- and Waverley schools, 2 

Fined SlOO 1 

Total 39 

But the sentences of 1 person eight months in jail, 2 
persons four months in the House of Correction, 3 persons 
three months in the House of Correction, and 1 person in 
the Lyman School were suspended by the lower courts which 
had imposed them. 

Sentences imposed in the lower courts were accepted by 
defendants without appeal, as follows: — 

5 months in House of Correction . .1 

6 montlis in House of Correction, . . . . . . .4 



14 POLICE COMMISSIO.VER. (Jan. 

6 months in jail, 1 

Lj-man, .Shirley and \Va verier schools, 3 

Reformaton,-, 2 

Fined SlOO, 1 

Total 12 

All other persons sentenced to imprisonment, except the 7 
whose sentences were suspended, appealed to the Superior 
Court to the number of 20. 

Thus the Superior Court was called upon to dispose of the 
cases of 20 persons who were sentcncwl to imprisonment and 
had appealed; of 46 persons held for the grand jury; and of 
10 persons who had not been in the lower courts but had 
been indicted, — a total of 76. 

The results in the 20 appealed cases were as follows: — 

Plac<x] on probation, 8 

Placed on file, 6 

House of Correction one year 1 

Pending, 5 

Total, 20 

The results in the cases of the 46 persons held by the 
lower courts for the grand jurj' were as follows: — 

Places! on probation 11 

Placed on file, 5 

Massachusetts Reformatorj-, 4 

Xobill, 2 

Xol-prossed, 2 

Defaulted, 1 

Fifteen months. House of Correction, 1 

Twelve months, House of Correction, 2 

Fined S50, 1 

Pending, 17 

Total 46 

The 10 cases in which the Superior Court took direct 
action by indictment without the intervention of the lower 
courts were disposed of as follows: — 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 15 

Reformatory 1 

House of Ckjrrcction one j'ear, 1 

Placed on probation, 2 

Discharged, 2 

Pending, 4 

Total, 10 

Omitting one fine of $100 and one of §50 which •were paid, 
25 cases discharged in the lower courts and 2 in the Superior 
Court, 2 cases in which no bill was found, 4 cases in which 
the accused defaulted on their bail, 9 pending in the lower 
courts and 26 in the Superior Court, — a total of 70, — the 
remaining 103 cases as well as those of the 4 defaulters may 
fairly be regarded as those of persons whose guilt was estab- 
lished. Of these, the lower courts sentenced 4 to institutions 
and 34 to prison for one hundred and sixty months, but by 
suspension made inoperative the sentences of 1 to an institu- 
tion and 6 to imprisonment for a total of twenty-five months. 
Twenty persons sentenced in the lower courts, 2 to an in- 
stitution and 18 to a total of ninety-eight months' imprison- 
ment, appealed to the Superior Court, where the 2 institu- 
tional cases and 12 prison cases were disposed of by proba- 
tion or filing, 5 are pending and 1 received a sentence of 
twelve months. Of the 56 cases which came directly before 
the Superior Court without sentence by the lower courts, 4 
were discharged, and the total punishment of all others was 
represented by 5 sentences to the Reformatory and 4 prison sen- 
tences of a total of fifty-one months, with 21 cases pending. 

As a final summary, it may be said that of the 104 persons 
charged with thefts of automobiles brought before all courts 
in Boston within the year and not acquitted, 11 have served 
or are serving House of Correction sentences amounting to 
one hundred and one months, 7 have been sent to the Re- 
formatory, and 3 to institutions. 

Police Listing. 
After an interval of one year the listing of male residents, 
which had been restored by statute to- the assessors of the 
city of Boston, was returned to the police department by act 



■;3 



16 rOLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

of the I-cp.-Iaturc of 1917. The subject was explained fully 
in my rt-port of 191G, but notwithstanding the reasons which 
I then pjive for the continued relief of the police from a duty 
whiili is performed by no other fjolice force, the action of 
the Ixpislature to the contrary was substantially unanimous. 
The compliment is appreciated by the Boston police, and 
they have cheerfully resumed the work. The details for 
1917 arc piven in the statistical part of this report. 

New St.vtiox Hou.ses. 
.\ftor n lapse of more than twenty years in building, the 
city of IJoston began five years ago the work of providing 
new station houses to replace some of those which had be- 
come unfit and to accommodate parts of the city in which 
there hnti been great growth in population. New houses in 
.South Ik)t>ton, East Boston, Charlestown and Dorchester 
have b*-en occupied, and the city authorities have taken 
action towartls similar construction in the Court Square 
dinsion. the West Roxbury division and Hyde Park. Much 
more pro\T5ion is urgently needed in the older parts of the 
city where police and prisoners are greatly overcrowded. 
The following communication to the city council, under date 
of March 5, 1917, fully e.vplains the situation: — 

To thf Honorable the City Council. 

Gr-NTi.EaiEN: — In compliance with your recjucst for information as 
to the coixiition of station houses in the custcxly of the police dcpart- 
rofat, I rv<pertfully present the following summarj' inrJ comment: — 

Buildincf new within five years: Dixision 6, D .'krc*t. South Bos- 
ton; 7, IList Bw^on; 1.5, Chariest ov.'n; 10, Morton .Street, Dorchester. 

From thirty to sbcty years old, but in a oonditioQ which may be 
describe*! as fair to good: Di\T5ion 1, Hanover Strett: 3, Joy .Street; 
S, Commercial .^'treet; 14, Brighton; IG, Boylston Street. 

The same as the preceding, but with cells in basements verj- poorly 
lifted and ventilated: Dixi'ion 11, Field's Comer, Dorchester; 12, 
City Point; 1-3, Jamaica Plain. 

Vcr>- had in all respects, but with preliminary actirxi for new build- 
inss already taken by the city: Division 2, Court .Srpiare; 17, West 
Roxburj-; IS, Hyde Park. 

W~ith rrferencc to the foregoing, spx?cbl reconmvto/lation is either 
Ufinecr**arr or impracticable. Di\Tsions 4, 5, 9 and 10 remain for 
crf?i.-i(l(T:itk>n. 



191S.1 PUBLIC DOCOIENT — No. 49. 17 

The house of Division 4, Lagrange Street, would count among the 
old buildings in fair to good condition, except that it has reached the 
limit of its capacity for accommodating policemen. More are needed 
there, but there is no room to place another bed or even a closet. 
In common with several other station houses in fair condition other- 
wise, the cells are in the basement below the street level, near the 
heating apparatus and with poor light and ventilation. Crowding of 
policemen and prLsoners makes the defects especially objectionable. 

Police Station 5, East Dedham Street, is HI arranged and over- 
crowded in all respects. The combination patrol and ambulance is 
kept by necessity in a leased garage at a considerable distance. Ade- 
quate sleeping accommodations or even closets for the policemen 
cannot be supplied, and there is no storage room. Conditions in the 
cell room could not be worse. The nine cells are in the basement 
below street level, with heating apparatus, and are poorly lighted and 
ventilated. E^ch cell is 6 by 8 feet, and at times it is necessary to 
place eL\ to eight fKjrsons in a single cell. It may be said in general 
that cells in all the old buildings are dungeons in comparison with 
those in the buildings lately erected, which are ample in number, 
superior in construction, above ground in accordance with the present 
law, and well lighted and ventilated. 

At Station 9, Dudley Street, the police are well accommodated, but 
the condition of the cell room is verj' bad. Ten cells are used for 
men and two for women, poorly lighted and ventilated. At times 
two and three men are confined in one cell. The cells for women are 
in a separate room at the front of the basement. It is very damp 
and poorly lighted and ventilated. The matron is obliged to occupy 
this room with female prisoners. 

At Station 10, Roxburj- Crossing, accommodations for the police 
are good, but the cell room is in even worse condition than at Sta- 
tion 9. There are nine cells for men, three for women, and on account 
of insufficient room there are times when five men are locked in one 
cell and from six to eight women in three cells. The women's cells 
and the men's are in the same row of cells. The women are obliged 
to pass in front of the men, and the matron to remain with the women, 
subject to the noise and bad language of the male prisoners. All cells 
are lighted artificially and are badlj' ventilated. 

I believe that the new Station 2 now under consideration should be 
constructed of such size, a matter of height only, that by changing the 
division lines the lack of accommodation for police and prisoners in 
Station 4 may be remedied. Later, when nccessarj-, similar relief may 
be given in the same waj' to Stations 1 and 3. 

I believe that the situation in Di\'ision 5 can be remedied only bj' 
the erection of a new building which would cure the defects in that 
particular di%i«ion; would permit of relief for Station 4 through 
changes' in its southern boundary line; would pro\ide proper accom- 



18 POLICE COMMLSSIOXER. [Jan. 

modations for the female prkoners arrested in Di\isions 9 and 10; 
and in the future would save general crowding in those two di\isions. 
The present station house of Di\'ision 5 was built in lSo7, when the 
South End was sparsely settled in comparison with its present crowded 
condition. 

A remedy for basement cells in Stations 4, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, 
which would remain even after the erection of new buildings for Divi- 
sions 2 and 5, could be found only in a general reconstruction, but 
Stations 11, 12 and 13 are not crowded with prisoners, and the new 
Station o would permit at lca.st of the removal of the women from 
Di\Tsion3 9 and 10. Women arrested in Division 4 are sent at once 
to the House of Detention in Sorr>erset Street. 

I shall be glad to furnish any further information on this subject 
which may be desired. 

Kespectfully, 

Stephen' 0'Me.\e.\, 
Police Commitgioner Jot Ihe City of Boiion, 



The W.vr axd the Pouce. 
The war has placed a great additional burden upon the 
police of Boston. To Xovember 30 they had performed 
more than 20,000 tours of duty for exclusively war purposes 
without taking into account the innumerable daily actixnties 
created or increased by war conditions. Superior officers 
were instructed that they were to respond immediately to 
all calls for assistance from responsible sources, and to in- 
quire afterwards as to the necessity for the particular sen*- 
ice requested. They were instructed, also, that while they 
were to help any and all officials in the performance of their 
duty, the police were to take over the work of none. These 
general rules have been constantly followed, and will con- 
tinue to be observed. The department could not be per- 
mitted to forget that its primary- duty was the protection 
of the persons and property of the people of Boston by whom 
it was established and paid, but that without too great a 
sacrific-e of that duty it was to render all possible assistance 
called for in the war conditions. The restriction as to re- 
sponsibility was necessary because of the fact that neither 
in the United States laws nor in the proclamation of the 
President was any authority for the enforcement of Federal 
war legislation vested in local police. It is to the credit of 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 19 

the police that the great amount of war work undertaken ^ 

by them ^rithout legal authority, but at the request of | 

officials and official bodies, was performed without a single i 

complaint from a private citizen, and with official acknowl- i 

edgments of promptness and efficiency. The Federal Depart- j 

ments of War, Xa\'y, Treasury and Justice were assisted j 

to the extent of thousands of tours of pohce duty as well j 

as by constant co-operation in matters not requiring the j 

speciiSc assignment of policemen; all calls from State, county • ! 

and city authorities were responded to; and close relations j 

were maintained with the Massachusetts and Boston Com- | 

mittees of Public Safety and other public or semipublic ! 
bodies engaged in war work. 

The following extracts from the reports of the Harbor ; 
Police give examples of the kind of voluntary' war work 
which was done by the Boston police at the request of 
Federal officials; and the variety and amount of work on 
land were vastly greater: — 

On Feb. 3, 1917, from 4.30 to 11.45 p.m., the steamer "Guardian," 
with a crew of the captain and five patrolmen, assisted the Depart- 
ment of Justice by convej-ing a United States Deputy Marshal and 
125 Boston pcJicemen from Constitution Wharf to the steamship 
" Kropprinzesfin Cecilie" at East Boston, and conveyed 90 members 
of the crew of said steamship to Long WTiarf on the return trip. 

On April 6, 1917, at 3.30 a.m., the steamer "Guardian," with the 
captain, the lieutenant and three jjatrolmen, assisted the Treasury 
Department by conve}-ing 123 Federal officers from Long Wharf to 
the steamships '• Wittckind," "Cmcinnati," "Amerika" and "Koln" 
at East Boston, and on two return trips conveyed 273 members of the 
crews of the foregoing steamships to Long 'WTiarf. 

On Aprfl 9, 1917, at 12.15 p.m., the steamer " Guardian," with a 
crew of the captain, sergeant and five patrolmen, and with a detail of 
ten men from Division 1, went to Long AVTiarf and convej^ed the col- 
lector of the port and ten c:istom guards to Chelsea to seize the 
Austrian steamship "Emy" for the Treasury Department, and re- 
turned with four members of the crew of the seized steamship to 
Long ^"harf. 

Without specific detailing of men the police made several 
extensive investigations and reports at the request of these 
bodies, covering the entire city and including subjects of 



20 POLICE COMMISSION" EH. (Jan. 

importance which only the police could handle. They were 
the means, for example, of closing 141 urdicensed wireless 
stations, as requested by the naval authorities. They- as- 
sisted in the registration and draft not only by attendanc-e 
at board meetings but by turning over to the proper au- 
thorities 1,4-30 men who apparently had not registered, by 
arresting or assisting in the arrest of 19-3 deserters or 
stragglers, and by holding for safekeeping 275 men taken by 
provost guards or other naval or military authorities. The 
November proclamation of the President confers direct au- 
thority and responsibility upon the police in connection with 
the extended draft, and these duties as well as others will 
continue to be performed by tnem in so far as their ability 
and numbers will permit. 

STEPHEN O'MEARA, 
Police Commissioner for the City of Bo)i//n. 



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21 



THE DEPARTMENT. 



The police department is at present constituted as fol- 
lows: — 

Police Commissioner. Secretary. 2 



The Police Forte. 



Superintendent, . 
Deputy superintendent, 
Chief inspector, . 
Captains, 
Inspectors, . 
Inspector of carriages (lieu- 
tenant), . . . . 



Director, 

.Assistant director, 
Foreman, 
Signalmen, . 
ilechanics, . 



1 

1 

1 

26 



LieutenanU, 
ScrgcanLo, . 
Patrolmen, . 
Reserve men. 



Total, , 



Signal Scrticc. 



Linemen, 
Driver. . 



Total, , 



Employees of the Department. 



Clerks, 

Stenographers, 

Messengers, 

Matrons of house of de- 
tention, .... 

Matrons of station houses. 

Engineers on police steam- 
ers, 

Firemen on police steam- 
ers, 



16 
3 
2 

5 

7 

3 

7 



Van tirivcn", 

Foreman of *table, 

Hostlers, 

Assistant «te-ward of city 

prison, 
Janitors, 
Janitresse?, , 
Telephone operators, . 

Total, . 



40 

107 

1,331 

136 



1,669 



6 
1 



19 



2 

1 

11 

1 
18 
16 

3 



95 



Recapitulation. 

Police Commissioner and secrefar\% 2 

Police force, 1,669 

Signal ser\ice, 19 

Employees, 95 



Grand total, 



1,7S5 



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POLICE CO-ADIISSIOXER. 



[Jan. 



DlSTRIBUTIOX AXD CUAXGES. 

The distribution of the force is showTi by Table I. During 
the year 52 patrolmen were promoted from the reserve men, 
1 patrolman was reinstated and 101 reserve men were ap- 
pointed; 7 patrolmen were discharged; 1 inspector, 8 patrol- 
men and S reserve men resigned; 2 captains and 10 patrol- 
men were retired on pension; 1 captain, 2 sergeants and 16 
patrolmen died. (See Tables II., III., IV., VI.) 

Police Officers lvjcred waiiLE ox 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 
causes of the injuries: — 



How IK^rKD. 


Number of 
Men injured. 


Numtj<T of 
Dutieakat. 


In arresting prisoners, 

In pursuing criminals, 

By stopping runaways 

By cars and other vehicles at crossings, . 
Various other causes, 


51 
16 

2 

6 

51 


711 

98 

25 

S9 

4S3 


Totals, 


126 


1,406 



Work of the Dep.vrtmext. 

Arrests. 

The total number of persons arrested, counting each arrest 

as that of a separate person, was 108,556 against 90,470 the 

preceding year, being an increase of ]2,0S0. The percentage 

of increase was as follows: — 

Per Cent. 

Offences ngainst the person, Decrease, 4.60 

Offences against property committed with \-iolcnce. Increase, .72 
Offences against property committed without vio- 
lence, Increase, 20.47 



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23 



Malicious offences against propertj-. 
Forgery and offences against the currency, 
Offences against the license laws, 
Offences against chastity, morality, etc., 
Offences not included in the foregoing, , 



Decrease, 

Increase, 

Decrease, 

Increase, 

Increase, 



Per Cent. 

21.72 

15.94 

5.09 

5.99 

12.80 



There were 9,237 persons arrested on warrants and 86,712 
•without warrants; 12,607 persons were summoned by the 
court; 106,697 persons were held for trial and l,So9 were re- 
leased from custody. The number of males arrested was 
99,083; of females, 9,473; of foreisrncrs, 45,479, or approxi- 
mately 41.89 per cent.; of minors, 8,590. Of the total 
number arrested, 47,183, or 43.46 per cent., were nonresi- 
dents. (See Tables X., XL) 

The nati\'ity of the prisoners was as follows: — 



United States, 






63,077 


British Pro\-inces, 




. 7,244 


Ireland, . 




18,963 


England, . 






.1,778 


France, . 






179 


Germany, 






597 


Italy, " . 






3,652 


Russia, 






6,398 


China, 






3»4 


Greece, 






530 


Sweden, . 






1,657 


Scotland, . 






1,051 


Spain, 






105 


Xorwaj-, . 






428 


Poland, . 






399 


Australia, 






45 


Austria, . 






350 


Portugal, . 






346 


Finland, . 






451 


Denmark, 






132 


Holland, . . 






66 


Wales, . . 






30 


East Indies, 






17 



West Indies, . 


140 


Turkey, . 


157 


South .\mcrica. 


32 


Switieriand, . 


21 


Belgium, . 


60 


Armenia, . 


49 


.\frica. 


12 


Hungarj", . 


30 


.\sia, .... 


25 


.\mbia. 


1 


Mexico, . 


7 


Japan, 


7 


Sj-ria, 


145 


Roumania, 


8 


Eg\pt, . 


2 


Albania, . 


6 


Cuba, . . . . 


2 


Hawaiian Islands, . 


1 


Lithuania, 


1 


Bulgaria, . 


1 



Total, 



108,556 



The number of arrests for the \Tar was 108,556, being an 
increase of 12,080 over last year, and 22,215 more than the 
average for the past five years. There were 73,393 persons 



24 rOLICK CO.M.MI.SSIO.\KI{. (Jan. 

arrested for drunkenness, IninK S,'i42 more than last year, 
and IG.O^JO more than the average for the past fi\e years. Of 
the arrests for drunkenness this year there was an increase of 
14.13 per cent, in males, and a decrease of 1.G4 per cent, in 
females, over last year. (.See Tables XL, XIII.) 

Of the total number of arrests for the year (108,.550), G28 
were for violations of the city ordinances; that is to say, 1 
arrest in 172 was for such offence, or .-57 per cent. 

Fifty-two and ninety-eight one-hundredths per cent, of the 
persons taken into custody were between the ages of twenty 
and forty. (See Table XII.) 

The number of persons puni.shed by fines was 14,145, and 
the fines amounted to S124,2.'j2..W. (.See Table XIII.) 

Forty-nine persons were committed to the State Prison, 
5,1 2G to the House of Correction, .55 to the Women's Prison, 
129 to the Reformatory I'ri,v)n and 2,G4G to other institu- 
tions. The total years of imprisonment were 59 indefinite, 
3,449 years, G months; the total number of days' attendance 
in court by officers was 45,.V)0; and the witness fees earned 
by them amounted to .S13,r{4G.fJ4. 

The value of properly taken from prisoners and lo<lgers was 
S2.'">G.075.S.5. 

Sixty witnesses were cletaineti at station houses; 71 were 
accommodated with lo<lpings, a decrease of 4 from last year. 
There was an increase of 1.05 per cent, over last year in the 
number of insane persons taken in charge, an increase of 
about .09 per cent, in the numfx-r of sick and injured persons 
assisted, and a decrease of aljout 3.-39 per c-ent. in the number 
of lost children cared for. 

The average amount of property stolen in the city for the 
five years from 1913 to 1917, inclusive, was S2.30,.>42..39; in 
1917 it was S.3SS,.329.1G, or .S157,7SG.77 more than the 
average. The amount of property stolen in and out of 
the city which was recoverctl by the Boston police was 
S4G2,240.9S as against $311,.>i0..5S last year, or .$150,710.40 
more. 

The average amount of fines imposed by the courts for the 
five years from 1913 to 1917, indu-sive, was §121,201.12; in 
1917 it was .$124,252.50, ut .$.3,051-38 more than the average. 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCOIEXT — Xo. 49. 25 

The average number of days' attendance in court was 47,- 
526; in 1917 it was 45,S00, or 1,726 less than the average. 
The average amount of witness fees earned was $13,322.65; 
in 1917 it was $13,346.64, or $23.99 more than the average. 
(.See Table XIII.) 

Drunkc'iJ'.css. 
In arrests for drunkenness the average per day was 201. 
There were 8,342 more persons arrested than in 1916, an 
increase of 12.82 per cent.; 51.72 per cent, of the arrested 
persons were nonresidents, and 45.43 per cent, were of foreign 
birth. (See Table XL) 

Bureau of Criminal Investigaiion. 
The "identification room" now contains 52,621 photo- 
graphs, 45,751 of which are photographs with Bertillon 
measurements, a system used by the department for the past 
eighteen years. In accordance with the Revised Laws, chap- 
ter 225, sections IS and 21, we are allowed photographs with 
Bertillon measurements taken of convicts in the State Prison 
and reformatory, a number of which have already been added 
to our Bertillon cabinets. This, together with the adoption 
of the system by the department in 1898, 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 instances have been 
materially increased. The records of 1,102 criminals have 
been added to the records kept in this Bureau, which now 
contains a total of 40,305. The number of cases reported at 
this office which have been investigated during the year is 
6,787. There are 30,298 cases reported on the assignment 
books kept for this purpose, and reports made on these 
cases are filed away for future reference. The system of in- 
dexing adopted by this Bureau for the use of the department 
now contains a list of records, histories, photographs, dates 
of arrests, etc., of about 165,000 persons. There are also 
" histories and press clippings, " now numbering 7,830 by this 
Bureau, in envelope form for police reference. 



26 



POLICE com:missioner. 



(Jan. 



The fingcr-print system of identification which was adopted 
in June, 190G, has progressed in a satisfactory manner, and 
with it the identification of criminals is facilitated. It has 
become very useful in tracing criminals and furnishing cor- 
roborating evidence in many instances. 

The statistics of the work of this branch of the service are 
included in the statement 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: — 

Number of persons arrested, principally for felonies, . . 1,289 
Fugitives from justice from other States, arrested and delivered 

to officers from those States, 47 

Number of cases investigated, 6,787 

Number of extra duties perforraed, 2,620 

Number of cases of homicide and supposed homicide investi- 
gated and endence prepared for trial in court, .... 162 
Number of cases of abortion and supposed abortion investi- Jiw 

gated and e%idence prepared for court, 15 

Number of daj's spent in court by ■'fficers, 2,669 

.Ajnount of stolen property recovered, $128,427 

Number of years' imprisonment imposed by court, 232 j-ears, 9 months 

Number of photographs added to "identification room," . . 3,022 

Officer det.\iled to assist Medic.vl E.x.\jiixers. 
The officer detailed to assist the medical examiners reports 
having investigated 1,015 cases of death from the following 
causes : — 



Abortion, 






4 


.\Ioobolism, . 






13 


AsphjTdation, 






4 


.\utomobilcs. 






2 


Bums, . 






20 


Drowning, . 






03 


Electricity, . 






2 


Elevators, . 






24 


E.'cplosion, . 






4 


Exposure, 






6 


Falling objects. 






14 


Falls, accidental. 




99 


Heat exhaustion. 




15 


Homicides, . 






152 



Hose wagon, 
KidLed by horse. 
Ladder truck, 


1 
2 
1 


Machiner>', . 
Natoral causes, . 


9 
354 


Poison, .... 


64 


Railroad, steam, 


42 


Railway, street, . 


S 


StiUbom, . 


8 


Suffocation, . 


3 


Suicides, 


89 


Team.', .... 


6 



Total, 



On 3S2 of the above cases inquests were held 



1,015 



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27 



Of the total number the follo"sring homicide cases were 
prosecuted in the courts: — 



Acid thrown, 




1 


■Railroad, st«am, . 


3 


Assaulted by insane person, 1 


Raihray, street, . 


26 


Asph3Tdation, 


. . 2 


Shot, resisting arrest after 




Automobiles, 




. . 73 


^looting police officer. 


1 


Boxing match, 




. . 1 


Shot, stealing automobile, . 


1 


Elevators, 




. . 3 


Shootmg, accidental, . 


3 


Murder, . 




. 11 


Stmck with club, . 


1 


Manslaughter, 




. 15 


Teams, 


7 


Motor cjxlc, . 




1 






Mistaken for burglar. 


1 


Total, .... 


152 


Pushed ofif sidewal 


^. 


1 







Lost, Ab.ajxdoxed .ajnd Stolen' Property. 
On Dec. 1, 1916, there were 1,047 articles of lost, stolen or 
abandoned property in the custody of the property clerk; 
651 ■were received during the year; 642 pieces were sold at 
public auction and the net proceeds, S436.26, were turned 
over to the chief clerk; 75 packages were delivered to 
owners, finders or administrators, Iea^-ing 9S1 on hand. 



Speclil Evexts. 
The following is a list of special events transpiring during 
the year, and gives the number of police detailed for duty at 
each: — 

1916-17. Men. 

Dec. 1-Jan. 21, Rev. William A. Sunday Tabernacle, . . . 4S0 

1917. 

Jan. IS, police ball, 98 

Feb. 3, seizure of S.S. "KronprinzessinCecDie," . . . 107 

Feb. 3-Junc 21, guarding S.S. "KroniwiiizessinCecilie,'' . . 1,628 

Feb. 3-7, Edison power houses, 146 

Feb. 5-7, Boston Elevated Railway power houses, ... 60 

Feb. G-Apr. 5, guarding State House, 360 

Feb. 9-19, guarding manholes in Charlestcwn, .... 672 

Feb. 14, firemen's ball, 51 

Feb. 23-Mar. 31, to Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company 

stores, 4,60S 

Apr. 6, seizure of four German steamships, . . . . 113 

Apr. 6-10, guarding four German steamrhips, .... 169 



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POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



(Jan. 



tc), 



191T. 

Apr. 12-13, vi>it and reception, French envoys, . 

Apr. 19, Maratlion race, 

Apr. 19, .American citizcnsliip parade, Roxburj-, . 

May 30. workhorse parade, 

June 14, Flag Day parade, 

June 17, "night before" in Charlestown, 

June IS, anniversary. Battle of Hunker Hill, 

June 19, Boston Opera House, benefit Red Cross, 

June 21, Boston Opera House, benefit Ninth Ilegimei 

June 21, reception, Italian envoys, 

June 25-July 21, "Caliban" Red Cross benefit, . 

July 1, Socialist meeting, Boston Common, 

July S, Socialist meeting, Boston Common, 

July 12, Elks' patriotic dcmon.'^tration and parade, 

July 15, secret service agent. Department of Justice, 

July 22, Socialist meeting, Boston Common, 

July 24, funeral of Capt. James F. Driscoll, 

July 2S, departure of Coast Artillcrj-, . 

Aug. 3—1, reception, Belgian war mission and parade, 

.\ug. 20, G. X. R. campfire, Mechanics Building, 

.\ug. 21, parade and campfire, G. A. R., 

.\ug. 21, visit of Russian envoys (G. A. R. parade rou' 

Aug. 22-23, G. A. R. meetings, 

Sept. 3, I-abor Day meet on Common, . 

Sept. 14, flag presentation to First Corps Cadets, Common 

Sept. lS-19, reception, Japanese mission, 

Sept. 23, departure of drafted men to .\j"cr, Mass., 

Sept.2S, laying cornerstone, army and na\y Y. M. C 

ing in Charlesto^vn, .... 
Oct. 5, departure of drafted men to Ayer, second quota, 
Oct. 6, 10, 11, 13, 15, world's series baseball bulletin boards 
Oct. 12, dedication of Columbus Park, South Boston, 
Oct. 14, North Station, \-isitors returning from Camp Dev 
Oct. 20, Stadium, baseball, benefit Red Cross, 
Oct. 21, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens 
Oct. 24, Liberty Loan meeting, Boston Common, 
Oct. 27, dedication of Liberty Mall, and Liberty I>oan drive, 
Oct. 2S, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 
Nov. 3, football. Stadium, soldiers' athletic fund, 
Nov. 4, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 
Nov. 11, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 
Nov. 17, visit and parade Three Hundred and Fourth Regiment, 
Nov. IS, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 
Nov. 25, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 
Nov. 29, North Station, soldiers returning to Camp Devens, 



A. build 



ens. 



Hen. 

1,0.57 

423 

12S 

48 

541 

1S4 

303 

21 

9 

918 

946 

95 

59 

245 

S 

152 

67 

87 

793 

22 

6S2 

88 

40 

26 

74 

311 

329 

55 
9.33 
281 
245 

26 

13 

43 
104 
.503 

44 

13 

44 

44 
340 

44 

44 

36 



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MlSCELL-AJN-EOrS BuSIXESS. 





1914-15. 


ISIS-IS. 


UlS-CT. 


Abandoned children cared for, . 


20 


22 


11 


Accidents reported, 


3,834 


4,480 


5,114 


Buildings found open and made secure, . 


3,155 


3,220 

j 


2,790 


Cases investigated, 


23,916 


25,712 


26,857 


Dangerous buildings reported, . 


14 


21 


19 


Dangerous chimneys reported, . 


4 


25 


6 


Dead bodies cared for, .... 


317 


396 


435 


Dead bodies recovered, .... 


4S 


78 


&i 


Defective cesspools reported, . 


169 


201 


232. 


Defective coal hole reported. 


- 


- 


1 


Defective drains and vaults reported, 


- 


5 


IS 


Defective fences, 


- 


- 


3 


Defective fire alarms and clocks reported, 


54 


46 


4 


Defective h3-drants reported, . 


215 


241 


151 


Defective lamps reported, .... 


5,999 


6,167 


5,592 


Defective meter reported, .... 


- 


~ 


1 


Defective sewers reported, 


113 


ISO 


162 


Defective signs reported, .... 


- 


- 


S 


Defective streets and sidewalks reported. 


12,104 


10,361 


8,512 


Defective trees reported, .... 


- 


- 


27 


Defective water gates and shutoffs re- 
ported. 
Defective water pipes reported, 


178 


342 


10 
1S2 


Disturbances suppressed, .... 


814 


799 


6.>4 


Extra duties performed 


45,276 


39,856 


50,810 


Fire alarms given, 


2,999 


2,329 


2,a56 



30 



POLICE CO^DIISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



MisCELLAKEOUS Bdsiness — Concluded. 






Ull-lS. 


UIS-1(. 


U1»-1T. 


Fires extinguished, 




1,335 


1,036 


991 


Insane persons taken in charge, 




443 


472 


477 


Intoxicated persons assisted, 




22 


15 


27 


Lost children restored, 




1,736 


1,885 


1,821 


^tissing persons reported, . 




404 


536 


506 


Missing persons found. 




170 


223 


191 


Persons rescued from drowning, 




17 


13 


22 


Sick and injured persons assisted. 




5,834 


7,525 


7,533 


Stray teams reported and put up, 




107 


165 


158 


Street obstructions removed. 




1,888 


1,887 


2,377 


Water running to waste reported, 




485 


553 


562 


Witnescs detained, .... 




38 


54 


60 



Inspector op Claims. 
The officer detailed to assist the committee on claims and 
law department in investigating claims against the city for 
allegt-d damage of various kinds reports that he investigated 
1,720 cases, 1 of which was on account of damage done by 
dogs. 

Other Serrices performed. 

Number of cases investigated, 1,720 

Number of witnesses examined, 7,962 

Number of notices ser\-ed, 4,209 

Number of pictures taken, 142 

Number of permissions granted, 5,918 

Number of days in court, 114 

Number of cases settled on recommendation from this oflBce, . 35 
Collected for damage to the city's property and paid bills 

amounting to, S277 61 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 31 



House of Detention. 

The house of detention for women is located in the court 
house, Somerset Street. All the women arrested in the city 
proper are taken to the house of detention in vans provided 
for the purpose. They are then held in charge of the matron 
until the ne.xt session of the court before which they are to 
appear. If sentenced to imprisonment, they are returned to 
the house of detention, and from there conveyed to the jail 
or institution to which they have been sentenced. 

During the year there were 7,538 M-omen committed for the 
following: — 

For drunkenness, 4,037 

For larceny, 363 

For nightwalking 278 

For forniiication, 459 

For being idle and disorderly, 192 

For assault and batterj- 28 

For adultery, 43 

For violation of the liquor law, 11 

For keeping a house of ill fame, 16 

For witness, 1 

For county jail, 1,518 

For municipal court, 166 

For various other offences, 426 

Total, 7,538 

Police Sigxal Service. 
Signal Boxes. 
The total number of boxes in use is 504. Of these, 315 
are connected with the underground system and 1S9 with the 
overhead. 

Miscellaneous Work. 
During the year the employees of this service responded to 
1,162 trouble calls; inspected 504 signal boxes, 18 signal 
desks and 955 batteries; repaired 49 box movements, 8 regis- 
ters, 13 polar box bells, 29 locks, 9 time stamps, 3 gongs, 2 



32 POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

stable motors, 2 stable registers, 5 vibrator bells, h<->i<les re- 
pairing all bell and eleetric light work at headquarters and 
the various stations. There have been made G h<>x move- 
ments, plungers, 18 complete box fittings, 7 line blocks, 
G polar bells and a lar<!;e amount of small work done that 
cannot be classified. 

The following new boxes have been installed: 4 at Station 
19, 2 at Station 17, 1 at Station 7 and 1 at Station II. The 
following boxes have been installed undergrourKl : 1 at 
Station 16, 1 at Station 9 and 4 at Station 19. 

There were 18,700 feet of underground cable bought for the 
1917 district, but only 1,000 feet were used on account of 
telephone company not providing ducts in certain sections 
(owing to war conditions and concessions by the wire com- 
missioner), so that the work will have to be done ncit year. 

There are in use in the signal ser\ice o horsej, S patrol 
wagons and 3 pungs. 

During the year the wagons made C2,C55 nins, covering 
an aggregate distance of 74,799 miles. There were 68,903 
prisoners conveyed to the station houses; 2,921 runs were 
made to take injured or insane persons to station houses, the 
hospitals or their homes; and 507 runs were mafle to take 
lost chilflren to station houses. There were 77S nina to fires 
and 19 runs for liquor seizures. During the year there were 
504 signal boxes in use arranged on 72 batter>- circuits and 
70 telephone circuits; 5.50,432 telephone me*.<age3 and 
3,4CG,.30G "on duty" calls were sent over the lines. 

The following list comprises the property in the signal 
service at the present time: — 



IS signal desks. 

72 circuits. 

504 street signal boxes. 

14 stable call boards. 

SI test boxes. 

955 cells of battcrj'. 

279,9.50 feet underground cable. 

560,3.% feet overhead cable. 

46,3*4 feet of duct. 



58 manholes. 

1 bugey. 

1 line wagon. 

1 express wagon. 

1 mugwump W3sr>n. 

1 traverse pung. 

2 small sleighs. 
1 caravan- 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCOIENT — No. 49. 33 

ITarbor Service. 
The special duties performed by the police of Division 8, 
comprising the harbor and the islands therein, were as fol- 
lows : — 

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

stages, etc., S7,516 97 

Vessels from foreign ports boarded, 297 

Vessels ordered from the channel, 494 

Vessels removed from the channel bj- police steamers, . . 6 

Assistance rendered vessels, SO 

.Assistance rendered to wharfingers, 21 

Permits granted vessels in the stream to discharge cargoes, 18 

Obstructions removed from channel, 5S 

.\larms of fire on the water front attended, 21 

Fires extinguished without alarms, 2 

Boats challenged, 1,263 

Sick and injured persons assisted, 3 

Dead bodies recovered, 39 

Dead bodies cared for, 2 

Persons rescued from drowning, 3 

A'essels ordered to put up anchor lights, 3 

Vessels assigned to anchorage, 497 

Cases investigated, 1,153 

The number of vessels that arrived in this port during the 
year was 4,SS7, 4,320 being from domestic ports, 270 from 
the British Provinces and 297 from foreign ports. Of the 
latter, 293 were steamers, 1 ship and 3 schooners. 

The report on the arrival of vessels is not full and complete 
this year, owing to the secrecy maintained on the movement 
of vessels because of the war. 

The police boat "Alert" was in commission from June 21 
to Oct. 9, 1917, in Dorchester Bay. It covered a distance of 
5,200 miles; recovered property valued at S9,000; rescued 50 
persons from disabled boats; made secure 7 yachts that had 
broken away from their moorings; investigated 30 cases; 
notified 6 owners to have mufflers attached to their exhausts; 
ordered 10 boats from the channel; ordered 5 boats not to 
trawl for fish in Dorchester Bay; and rendered assistance to 
12 boats. 



31 rOLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 



IIOR-SES. 

On the 30th of November, 1916, there were 53 horses in 
the serrice. During the year 9 were sold at public auction 
and 1 died. 

\t the present time tlicrc are 43 in the service, as shown 
bvTaWelX. 

Vehicle Service. 
Automobiles. 
Thtrrc arc twenty-four automobiles in the service at the 
prc5«;t time; two attached to headquarters; one at the house 
of deiention, used as a woman's van and kept at Division 16; 
four ia the city proper, attached to Divisions 1, 3, 4 and 5, 
respecthely; one in the South Boston district, attached to 
Di\Tac»n G; one in the Flast Boston district, attached to 
Di\-i^n 7; four in the Roxbury district, attached to Dh-i- 
sions 9 and 10; two in the Dorchester district, attached 
to Krision 11; three in the Brighton district, attached to 
Di\T5aoa 14; one in the CharIesto^\ii district, attached to 
Di\Tiaon 15; two in the Back Bay and Fenway, attached 
to Kvision 16; one in the West Roxbury district, attached 
to Division 17; and two in the Mattapan district, attached to 
Di\-i5ac«i 19. 

Coxt of UunninQ Automobiles. 

Repairs, S6,022 10 

Tires, 4,.345 60 

Ga5<^:i*, 4,.52.5 33 

Oil, 3S0 04 

Rent ci saragc, 1,100 00 

Lioenat fees, 93 00 

ToCal, S16,466 07 

A mbulances. 
The department is equipped with combination automobiles 
(patrol and ambulance) located in Divisions 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 
10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19; also ambulances located in 
Di\-i3Mis 1, 4 and 13. 



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35 



During the year the ambulances responded to calls to con- 
vey sick and injured persons to the following places: — 

City Hospital, 2,338 

City Hospital (Relief Station, Haymarket Square), . . . 1,279 

Calls where ser%-ices were not required, 329 

City Hospital (Relief Station, East Boston), .... 322 

Massachusetts General Hospital, 173 

Home, 139 

Morgue, 69 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 61 

Psjchopathic Hospital, 30 

Came>- Hospital, . 13 

LjTDg-in Hospital 5 

Police station houses, 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 

Charles Street jaD, 

Forest Hills Hospital, 

Homaopathic Hospital, 

Faulkner Hospital, 

Brooks Hospital, 

Corey Hill Hospital, 

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 

Nawn Hospital Lock, 

New England Lj-ing-in Hospital, 

South Armorj', 

South Terminal Station, 

St. Helena's Hospital, 



o 
4 

4 
3 
3 

9 



Total, 



4,787 



List of Vehicles used by the Department. 



Dmsiosi. 


I! 

11 

A = 
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o 


- ; 

1 


1 

o 

5 


< 


c 

3 


C 

> 


1 

i 

c 

1 1 
< s 


-a 
2 

31 


d 
> 

3 

o 


1 

s 


• 


Headquartcre, . 
Di\-iaon 1, . 
Di\Tsion 2, . 
Di\'iaon 3, . 


1 
1 


1 


- 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 




2 
3 
1 

1 



36 



lOLICE COMMISSIOXEil. 



[Jan. 



List of Vehiclfs used by the Department — Concluded. 



Dn'isjoxa. 


Is 
<i 

•i| 


s 
-z 

c 


i 

1 

c 


4 
1 

-5 


I 


J 


I 

s 

E 
< 


i 
1 


1 




i 

3 


• 


DiHsion 4, . 


1 
i 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Dhision 5, . 


1 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Di\Tsion 6, . 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Division 7, . 


i 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Di\Tsion 9, . 


i 1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Dinsion 10, 


1 2 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


I>i\i£ion 11, 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Division 12, 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


Dix-ision 13, 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


4 


Dixnsion 14, 


! 1 


- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


5 


Division 15, 


; 1 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


Di\-ision 16, 


: 1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


6 


Di\Tsion 17, 


1 1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


4 


Di\Tsion 18, 


■ - 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


.1 


Di\-ision 19, 


! 1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


Joy Street stable, 


j 
i 


2 


6 


- 


1 


4 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


16 


Totals, 


15 


8 


6 


8 


3 


4 


5 


4 


3 


1 


6 


63 



PlTSLIC CaRRLVGES. 

During the year there were 1,739 carriage licenses granted, 
being an increase of 56 as compared with last year; 1,011 
motor carriages were licensed, being an increase of 156 com- 
pared with last year. 



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37 



There has been a decrease of 100 in the number of horse- 
drawn licensed carriages during the year. 

There were 34 articles, consisting of umbrellas, coats, hand 
bags, etc., left in carriages during the year, which were turned 
over to the inspector; 16 of these were restored to the 
o^Tiers, and the balance placed in the keeping of the lost 
property bureau. 

The following statement gives details concerning public 
hackney carriages, as well as of licenses to drive the same: — 



Number of applications for carriage licenses received, 

Number of carriages licensed, .... 

Number of licenses transferred, 

Number of licenses cancelled or revoked, 

Number of carriages inspected. 

Applications for drivers' licenses rcix)rted uix)n, 

Number of complaints against drivers investigated, 

Number of warrants obtained, .... 

Number of daj's sjx^nt in court. 

Articles left in carriages reported by citizens. 

Articles found in carriages reported by drivers, 

Drivers' applications for licenses rejected. 



1,752 

1,739 

1S2 

37 

1,739 

1,7S1 

171 

4 

13 

20 

34 

9 



Since July 1, 1914, the Police Commissioner has assigned 
to persons or corporations licensed to set up and use hackney 
carriages places designated as special stands for such licensed 
carriages, and tiiere have been issued in the year ending 
Nov. 30, 1917, 576 such special stands. 

Of these special stands there have been 1 revoked, 34 
cancelled and 19 transferred. 



SiGHT-SEELVG AUTO.MOBILES. 

During the year ending Nov. 30, 1917, there have been 
issued licenses for .30 sight-seeing automobiles and 22 special 
stands for them. There have been 44 chauffeurs' licenses 
granted. 

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



3S 



I'olicp: commissioner. 



[Jan. 



During the year 5,570 applications for such licenses were 
received, 5,5GG of these being granted and 4 rejected. 

Of these licenses, 62 were subsequently cancelled for nnn- 
paj-ment of license fee, 8 for other causes and 12 transferred 
to new locations. (See Tables XIV., XVI.) 



Listing M.klt. Residents of Bostox, etc. 



VrAB. 


. May CanT&n. 


Vt.». 


>Uy C«Dvw«. 


i9a3, . 


. . 1 1S1,W5 


1911,' . . . 


206,823 


1904, . . 


193,195 


1912, « . . . 


214,178 


1905, . . 


. . 194,547 


1913,' . . . 


215,3SS 


1906, . 


. . 1 195,446 


1914,' . . . 


219,3W 


1907, . . 


. . • 195,900 


1915,' . . 


220,883 


190S, . 


. . 1 201,255 


1916, .... 


_i 


1909, . 


. j 201,391 


1917,' 


221,207 


1910,' . 


. . 203,603 







n'omen Voters terified. 

1903, 14,611 

1904, 15,033 

190.5, 14,591 

1906, 13,427 

1907 12,822 

190S, ' . . 11,915 

1909, 11,048 

1910, 10,4S6 

1911, 9,935 

1912, 10,567 

1913, 9,686 

1914, 8,963 

1915, 8,253 

19J6, -> 

1917, 9,291 

* Chanced to April 1. * LntiDS dooe by as««swr«. 



191S.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 39 

Listing Ex-penses. 
The expenses of listing residents, not including the services 
rendered by members of the police force, were as follows : — 

Printing, $14,471 96 

Clerical service, 9,822 00 

Stationery, 1,SS9 94 

Interpreters 625 01 

Teaming, 19 50 

Telephone, 31 00 

Tables, 15 50 

Total, $26,874 91 

Number of Policemen employed in Listing. 

April 2, 1,20? 

April 3, SSO- 

April 4, SSS- 

April 5, ■ . 507 

AprU 6, 15S 

April 7, . 8 

Special Pouce. 

Special police officers are appointed to serve vt-ithout 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 
a corporation or person to be liable for the official misconduct 
of the person appointed. 

During the year ending Nov. 30, 1917, there were 1,501 
special police officers appointed; 15 applications for appoint- 
ment were refused for cause and 1 revoked. 

Appointments were made on applications received, as fol- 
lows: — 

From United States government, 6 

From State departments, 32 

From city departments, 279 

From county of Suffolk, 17 

From railroad corporations, 144 



40 POLICE COMMLSSIONEH. [Jan. 

From other corporations or assocuitu>n.s, 739 

From theatres and other places of amusement, .... 237 

From private iostitutions, 39 

From churches, S 

Total, 1,501 



R.viLRO.^D Police. 
There were 3G0 persons appointed railroad poiicenien 
during the year, 315 of whom were employees of the Xew 
York, Xew Haven fie Hartford Railroad, 45 of the Boston & 
Maine Railroad. 2 of the Boston, Revere Beach & L\-nn 
Railroad, and 4 of the Boston Terminal Company. 

MlSCELLAXKOCS LICENSES. 

The total number of applications for miscellaneous licenses 
rcc-eived was 22,048, of these, 21,944 were granted, of which 
lOS were cancelled for nonpayment, leaving 21,S3G paid for. 
During the year 2.54 ajjplications were transferred, 104 re- 
jected, 1,017 cancelled and 37 revoked. The officers investi- 
gated 302 complaints arising under these licenses. The fees 
collected and paid into the c-ity treasiirj' amounted to 
S41,. 507.7.5. (Sec Table XIV.) 

MusicLV-vs' Licenses. 
Itinerant. 

During the year there were 88 applications for itinerant 
musicians' licenses received, 8-5 of which were granted and 
3 rejected. Seven licenses were subsequently cancelled on 
account of nonpayment of the license fee. 

All the instruments in use by itinerant musicians are in- 
spected before the license is granted, and it is arranged by a 
qualified musician, not a member of the department, that 
such iastruments shall be inspected in April and September of 
each year. 

During the year 174 instruments were inspected, with the 
follown'ng results: — 



191S. 



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41 



Ki.vD OP Instrcment. 


Number 
inspected. 


Number 
parsed. 


Number 
rejected. 


Street pianos, 










S9 


73 


16 


Hand organs, 










^9 


11 


IS 


"\'iolins, 










21 


21 


- 


Harps, 










13 


13 


- 


Flutes, 










6 


6 


- 


Accordions, 










5 


5 


- 


Guitars, 










4 


4 


- 


Banjos, 










4 


4 


- 


Mandolins, 










3 


3 


- 


Totals, 


174 


140 


34 



/• 



CoUectire. 

Collective musicians' licenses are granted to bands of 
persons over fifteen years of age to play on musical instru- 
ments in company with designated processions at stated 
times and places. 

The following shows the number of applications made for 
these licenses during the last five years, and the action taken 
thereon : — 



YEAn. 



1913, 
1914, 
1915, 
1916, 
1917, 



ApplicatioDs. 

245 
265 
253 
262 
265 



Granted. 
244 

263 
250 
261 
265 



Rejected. 
1 

2 
3 
1 



42 



POLICE COM MISSION EI {. 



[Jan. 



Carrying Daxgerous We.\po.vs. 
The following return shows the number of applications 
made to the Police Commissioner for licenses to carry loaded 
pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth during the past 
five years, the number of such applications granted and the 
number refused : — 



YCAB. 



AppUcalioai. Cr&oted. 



Rejected. 



1913, 

1914, 
1915, 
1916, 
1917, 



1,108 
1,054 
1,556 
1,3&4 
2,719 



978 

952 

1,425 

1,301 

2,5S3 



130 
102 
131 
83 
136 



Public Lodging Houses. 

By chapter 242 of the Acts of 1904 it is pro^^ded that in 
cities of over 50,000 inhabitants every building not licensed 
as an inn, in which 10 or more persons are lodged for 25 cents 
per day of twenty-four hours, or for any part thereof, shall 
be deemed a public lodging house, and by chapter 129 of the 
Acts of 19II this law is made to apply to all buildings in 
such cities, notwithstanding that no price is charged for 
lodging. 

In the city of Boston the Police Commissioner is author- 
ized to grant licenses to such lodging houses after the inspec- 
tor of buildings has certified that the building is provided 
with proper exits and appliances for alarming the inmates in 
case of fire, and the board of health has certified that the 
sanitary condition is satisfactory'. 

For these licenses 12 applications were received during the 
year; 11 of them were granted and 1 withdrawn. 

The following shows the location of the lodging houses and 
the number of persons lodged in each during the year: — 



1918.] 



PUBLIC IX)a^:\IEXT — Xo. 49. 



43 



XmnLer 
Ixxunos. v^j^ 


LOCATIOX. 


Number 
lodged. 


19 CausCTTiy Stnet, . 
l&t Commercial Street, . 
IM Commerdal Street, . 
234 Commerdal Street, . 
238 Commerdal Street. . 


«,«5« 
19.IM 
K.2K 

iMra 
30.<as 


1 120 EBot Street, .... 

C7 Pleasant Street. . 
1 1025 Washinctoo Street, . 
i 1031 Wafhineton Street, . 

1202 Wa^hiniton Street, . 
: Total, 


47,993 
29.115 
43,9S2 
63,367 
56,949 


17 Davis Street, 


359,495 



Pensions xsd Benefits. 

Dec. 1, 1916, there were 226 pensioners on the roll. During 
the year 16 died, viz., 2 lieutenants, 2 sergeants and 12 
patrolmen; and 14 were added, \-iz., 2 captains, 10 patrol- 
men, 1 lineman and the widow of Patrolman Reagan, leaving 
224 on the roll at date, including the widows of 19 and the 
mother of 1 policeman who died of injuries received in the 
service. 

The payments on account of pensions during the past year 
amounted to $155,719.9-3, and it is estimated that $157,140 
will be required for pensions in 191S. This does not include 
pensions for 1 captain, 1 sergeant and 5 patrolmen, all of 
whom are sLxty-five or over, and are entitled to be pensioned 
on account of age and term of ser\"ice. 

The invested fund of the police charitable fund on the 
thirtieth day of November last amounted to $207,550. There 
are 66 beneficiaries at the present time, and there has been 
paid to them the sum of §7,556.07 during the past year. 

The invested fund of the Police Relief Association on the 
thirtieth' day of November was $200,837.26. 



FlX-tXCLU.. 

The total expenditures for police purposes during the past 
year, including the pensions, house of detention, station 
house matrons and listing persons twenty years of age or 
more, but exclusive of the maintenance of the police signal 
service, were $2,711,990.04. (See Table XVII.) 



-J4 POLICE COMMLSSIOXER. [Jan. 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury- from fees for 
licenses over which the police have supcnision, for the sale 
of unclaimed and condemned property, uniform cloth, etc., 
and for extra police service rendered the I nitcd States au- 
thorities, was .$05,978.54. (See Table XIV.) 

The cost of maintaining the police signal service during the 
vear was S7G,394.31. (See Table XVIII.) 



191S.] 



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Taule III. 



49 



Lvtl of Oficcrs retired during the Year, giving the Age at the Time of 
Rdiremerd an/l the Number of Years' Service of Each. 



Nxxr. 


Cause of Retirement. 


Age at 
Time of 

Retire- 
ment 
a'ears). 


Years of 
Ser\-ice. 


Birmingham, ^L'chad, » 




Disability, 




56 


25 


Bricklcj', John A., . 




Age, 




65 


37 


Dowd, Dennis J., 




Age, 




65 


35 


Foley, George II., . 




Disability, 




54 


22 


Fox, James S., . 




Disability, 




52 


22 


Gammon, James W., 




Age, 




61 


30 


Long, Da\-id T., 




Age, 




65 


36 


McCarthy, John J., 




Disability, 




60 


32 


McGahcy, Patrick, . 




Age, 




65 


3S 


O'Neill, John, . . 




Disability, 




52 


19 


Pcabody, Irving A. II., 




Age, 




65 


39 


Shaw, John W., 




Age, 




70 


39 


Welch, John J., . 




Disability, 




49 


22 ' 



I Uoeman in police algiial service. 



50 



POLICE COM-MISSIOXER. 



[Jan. 



Table IV. 

Lis/ of Offieen irho vcert promoted abote the Rank of Patrolman during 

the Year cruJing Xor. SO, 1017. 



DilE. 



Name and Rack. 



Feb. 


s, 


1917 


Feb. 


8, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 


Aug. 


7, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 


Feb. 


8, 


1917 


Feb. 


8, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 


.\ug. 


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1917 


Feb. 


8, 


1917 


^ray 


3, 


1917 


May 


3, 


1917 


May 


3, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 


July 


5, 


1917 



Lieut. James F. Hickey to the rank of captain. 

Lieut. Ross \. Perry to the rank of captain. 

Liciit. Daniel G. Murphy to the rank of captain. 

IJeut. John J. Rooney to the rank of captain. 

Scrgt. John W. Kilday to the rank of inspjcctor. 

5ergt. James P. Smith to the rank of lieutenant. 

.^Tgt. Frederick J. Swendeman to the rank of lieuten- 
ant. 
.Sergt. Perley C. Knecland to the rank of lieutenant. 

Sergt. ^[a^tin H. King to the rank of lieutenant. 

Patrolman Bartholomew Merchant to the rank of 

sergeant. 
Patrolman John P. ^L Wolf to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Michael Sullivan to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Michael T. Trayers to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Herman Schiel to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman James F. Blaney to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman James R. ClaSin to the rank of sergeant. 



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Table V. 



51 



Xumber of Men in Actire Serrice at the End of the Present Year who 
were appointed on the Force in the Year stated. 



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9 
















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5 


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— 


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1 


■- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1S70, . 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


— 


1 


— 


1 


1S75, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


1 


— 


1 


1S7S, 






- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


4 


1879, 






- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


ISSO, 






- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


1 


- 


3 


- 


4 


ISSl, 






- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


2 


o 


- 


8 


1SS2, 






- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


4 


- 


•2 


- 


8 


1SS3, 






- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


3 


- 


6 


1SS4, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


10 


ISSo, 






- 


- 


- 


9 


1 


1 


1 


8 


- 


13 


1SS6, 






- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


- 


7 


- 


11 


1SS7, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


1 


1 


15 


- 


21 


ISSS, 






1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


6 


2 


26 


- 


38 


1SS9, 






- 


- 


- 


2 


3 


1 


1 


10 


- 


17 


1890, 






- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


2 


2 


16 


- 


23 


1891, 






- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


2 


12 


- 


18 


1892, 






- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3 


3 


10 


- 


17 


1893, 






- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


o 


12 


46 


- 


70 


1894, 






- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


6 


18 


- 


27 


1895, 






- 


- 


- 


3 


4 


6 


19 


81 


- 


113 


1896, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


1 


1 


23 


- 


27 


1S97, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


14 


- 


17 


1S9S, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


25 


- 


29 


1900, 






- 


- 


- 


1 


3 


- 


17 


61 


- 


82 


1901, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


6 


39 


- 


46 


1902, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 


- 


8 


1903, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


o 


72 


- 


79 


1901, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


65 


- 


69 


1905, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


28 


- 


32 


1906, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


28 


- 


30 


1907, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


o 


95 


- 


100 


1908, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


136 


- 


136 


1909, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


78 


- 


79 


1910, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


46 


- 


47 


1911, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


54 


- 


oi 


1912, 






- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


97 


- 


99 


1913, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


79 


- 


79 


1914, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52 


- 


52 


1915, 






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- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


- 


45 


1916, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


t 


44 


51 


1917, 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


92 


95 


Tot 


als, 




1 1 


i' 


26 


25 


41 


107 


1,331 


136 


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PUBLIC DOCOIEXT — No. 49. 



oo 



Table IX. 
Xiimber and Distribution of Horses used in the Department. 



Drvisioxs. 


Van. 


Patrol. 


Riding. 


Ambu- 
lance. 


Driv- 
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Totals. 


Division 1, . 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


Division 2, . 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


Di\Tsion 4, . 


- 


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1 


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1 


Division 12, 


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1 


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1 


Di\-ision 13, 


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1 


2 


1 


1 


5 


Di\T£ion 16, 


- 


- 


22 


- 


- 


22 


Division 17, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Signal senice, repair de- 
partment, 40 Joy Street. 
Prison van, 


3 
4 


2 


— 


1 


1 


7 
4 


Totals, 


7 


5 


24 


4 


3 


43 



56 



rOLICE COMMISSIONER. 



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Table X. 

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1,022 


267 


1,289 


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16,768 


1,071 


17,839 


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5,317 


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18,761 


1,915 


20,076 


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9,GS6 


757 


10,443 


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8,326 


2,0*3 


10,379 


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5,693 


341 


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4,194 


217 


4,411 


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34 


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36 


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4,173 


335 


4,508 


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6,262 


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6,954 


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2,709 


100 


2,S09 


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1,212 


102 


1,314 


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1,103 


62 


1,165 


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1,667 


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407 


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3,593 


308 


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1,623 


30 


1,653 


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490 


26 


516 


Di\-i=ion 19, 










858 


36 


894 


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9,473 


108,556 



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77 



T.\BLE X\'. 

Number of Dog Licenses issued during the Year ending Nor. SO, 1917. 



Dmsio.vB. 


Males. 


Fenulea. 


Spayed. 


Breeders. 


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130 
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587 
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1,557 


541 


14 


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T.'lBLE XVI. 

Total Number of Wagon Licenses issued in the City by Police Dirisions. 



Dh-ision 1, ... 1,049 


Di^•ision 12, ... 182 


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Table X\Tr. 
Fiiiaiiciol Statement for the Year ertdirtg Nor. SO, 1017. 

EXPE.VDITURES. 

Pay of jx)licc and employees, S2,3.50,740 07 

Pensions 1.5.5,719 93 

Fuel and light, 26,r>5S 84 

Water and ice, 711 30 

Furniture and bedding, 4,.'iS6 11 

Printing and stationer}-, 13,907 12 

Care and cleaning station houses and city prison, 8,2S3 1? 

Repairs to station houses and city prison, . . . 9,S^ SI 

Repairs and supplies for police steamers, . . . 16,1S1 04 

Rent and care of telephones and lit es, .... .5,629.34 

Purchase of horses and vehicles, 2,315 02 

Care and keeping of horses, harnesses and vehicles, . 10,932 .35 

Transportationofprisonerr, sick and insane persons, ■ . 1,72S 95 

Feeding prisoners, 4,0-35 96 

Medical attendance on prisoners, S,'VS6 IS 

Transportation, 1,006 35 

Pursuit of criminals, 3,S79 43 

Cloth for uniforms and uniform helmets, . . 15,S09 59 

Badges, buttons, clubs, belts, insignia, etc., . . . 3,-526 59 

Travehng expenses and food for police, .... 1S7 60 

Rent of buildings, 15,672 00 

Total, S2,671^S32 30 

Expenses of listing 20,S74 91 

Expenses of house of detention and station house 

matrons, ]3,2S2 S3 

E.xpenses of signal sem'ce (see Table XA'III.), 70,394 31 

Total $2,7SS^3S4 35 

Receipts. 

For all licenses issued by the Police Commissioner, 818,940 75 
For sale of unclaimed and condemned property, itiner- 
ant musicians' badges, junk collectors' badges, 

carriage maps, etc., 2,501 18 

For dog licenses (credited t-o school department), 22,.567 00 

Total, S44,00S 93 

For uniform cloth, etc., 15,070 37 

For extra police scr\-ice rendered United States au- 
thorities 6,S99 24 

Total, SG5,97S 54 



1918.] PUBLIC DOCLTMEXT — Xo. 49. 



Table XVIII. 

PaymcnU on Account of the Signal Service during the Year ending 

Nov. SO, 1017. 



Labor, S28,190 82 

Hay, grain, shoeing, etc., 3,825 11 

Rent and care of buflding.'!, 4,282 56 

Purcha.se of horses, hames.scs and vehicles, .... 6,880 00 

Stable supplies acd furniture, 5 25 

Repairs to buildings, 615 41 

Repairing wagons, harnesses, etc., 12,048 04 

Fuel, light and water, 1,550 24 

Miscellaneous carfares, etc., 461 69 

Signalling apparatus, repairs and supplies therefor, . . 7,497 84 

Underground wires, 10,512 35 

Printing, stationery, etc., .525 00 

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INDEX. 



A. 

PAGE 

Accidents 10, 29, 80, 81 

caused by automobile ..,,... 10, 80, 81 
persons killed or injured in street*, pa. I'" ami itqunrtg . . .80,81 

number of, reported ........ 29 

Ambulance service ....,,.... 34 

Arrests 0. 0, 22, 23, 20. 56, 57-73, 74 

age and sex of ......... 74 

comparative statement of ....... 75 

for offences against chastity, morality, etc, . . . 5,23,64,73 

for drunkenness . . . . . . . 5, 7, 24, 25, 67 

foreigners 23, 57-73 

insane persons ......... 24, 30 

minors 23, 57-73, 74 

nativity of 23 

nonresidents 6, 23, 57-73 

number of, by di\'isions ........ 56 

number of, punished by fine . , . . . . . 6, 24 

summoned by court ....... 23, 57-73 

total number of . . . . , . . . . 22 

\-iolation of city ordinances . . , . . . . 24, 67 

on warrants ......... 23, 57-73 

without warrants 23, 57-73 

Auctioneers ........... 76 

Automobiles 9, 10, 12, 34, 80, 81 

accidents due to 10, 80, 81 

police ........... 34 

prosecutions .......... 9 

public 36 

sight-seeing 37, 76 

thcfU of 12 

B. 



Benefits and pensions 




43 


Bertillon 8>-stem 




25 


Buildings 




29 


dangerous, reported . 




29 


found open and made secure 




29 


Bureau of Criminal Investigation 


c. 


25 


Carriages, public . 




36 


articles left in . 




37 


automobile 




36 


number licensed 




. 37. 76 


Cases investigated . 




26. 29. 33 


Cesspools, defective, reported . 




29 



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INDEX. 



CfeanR'curs ........... Z7, 76 

CTuldrcn 24. i5». 30 

abandoned, cared for ........ 29 

lost, restored 2*. 30 

Caimneya, dangcrou-i, reported ....... 29 

City ordinances, nrrcsls for Wolalion of ..... , 2<. C7 

Claims, in.^pector of ........ . 30 

Coilective musicians ......... 41, 7C 

C'..mmitmcnts .......... 24.31 

Complaints .......... 40, M, 7G 

atcainft police officers ........ *t 

against miscellaneous licenses ....... Vi, 76 

Courts 0,0.15,24.75 

fines im|>05cd by ... . .... . 2-4. 75 

number of days" ottendacco at, by officers ... 25, 26, 30, 75 

numVier of ixrsons summoned by ..... . 23 

Crjninal Investigation, Bureau of ...... . 25 

arrests ........... 26 

finger-print system ......... 26 

photoerajjlis ........... 25 

records ........... 25 

ideniiiicaiioD room ......... 25 

Criminal work .......... 75 

comparative statement of ....... 75 



D. 



Duigerous weapons 
Dead bodies, cared for 
Dead bodies, recovered . 
Deaths 

by accident, suicide, etc. . 

cau.'>e<l by EUlomobile 

of police officers 
Department, police 
Detectives, private 
Di-tribulion of force 
Disturbances suppressed 
Dogs ..... 

amount received for licecsvs for 

damage done by 

number liccn.*-cd 
Drivers, hackney carriage 
Drowning, persons rcM:ued from 
Dninkenness .... 

arrest? for, per d.iy . 

increx'C in number of arrests for 

nonre.-idents arrc.-led for . 

total number of arrests for 



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E. 

E«npIoyc<?s of the Department ....... 21. 45 

Event), special .......... 27 

Erpenditures .......... 4-3, 7^ 79 

Extra duties performed by officers ....... 215. 23 



LXDEX. 89 

F. 

PAGE 

Financial . . . . . . . ' . . . 43, 78, 79 

expenditures .......... 43, 78 

house of detention ......... 43, 78 

I^ensions ........... 43, 78 

signal service ......... 43, 78, 79 

receipts ........... 44, 78 

miscellaneous license fees ...... 44, 76, 78 

Fines 6, 9, 15. 24, 75 

average amount of ........ . 24, 75 

amount of . . . . . . . 6,21,75 

number punished by ... . . ... 6, 24 

Finger-print system ......... 26 

Fire alarms ........... 29, 33 

defective, reported ......... 29 

number given .......... 29 

number on water front attended ...... 33 

Fires 30, 33 

extinguished 30, 33 

on water front attended ........ 33 

Foreigners, number arrested ....... 23, 57-73 

Fugitives from justice ......... 26 

G. 

Gaming, illegal .......... 63 



H. 

Hackney carriages .......... 36, 76 

Hackney carriage drivers ........ 37, 76 

Hand carts ........... 76 

Harbor serince, special duties performed ...... 33 

"Alert" in commission ........ 33 

Horses ............ 34, 55 

distribution of ......... 55 

number in service ......... 34, 55 

sold. etc. .......... 34 

House of detention ......... 31, 78 

House of ill-fame, keeping . . . . . . . . 31, &4 

Hydrants, defective, reported ........ 29 



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Identification room ......... 25 

Imprisonment ......... 6, 24, 26, 75 

persons sentenced to . . . . . . . . 6, 24 

total years of ......... 6, 2^, 75 

Income ........... 44, 78 

Inquests held .......... 26 

Insane persons taken in charge ....... 24, 30 



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InfpMtor of claims ......... 30 

cases ioveftigated ..,....•. 30 

lotoxicaled penons assisted ........ 30 

Iti&erant miisiciaiu .......-• "W, 76 

J. 

Junk collectors .......... ~6 

Jusk shop keepers .......... 76 

Jury lists, police work on ....... . 7 

L. 

Lamps, defective, reported ........ 29 

LJc«D5es, mi^ceUaneoos ......... -40, 70 

lislicg, police ........ IS, 3S, S2, 83 

male residents ......... 3S, 82 

women voters .......... 3S, 83 

expenses of ......... . 39 

number of policemra employed in ..... . 39 

Lod^rs at station ha»x<«9 ........ 24 

Lodging hou5<>3, pabUc ......... -12, 76 

applications for licnues ........ 42, 76 

authority to Ueeme ......... 42 

location of ......... . 43 

number of persons lodged in ...... . 43 

Lost, abandoned and stoten property ...... 27, 76 

M. 

Medical examiners' aadstants ........ 26 

causes of death ... ...-•- 26 

cases on which in^^oests were held ...... 26 

Minors, number arrested ...... 23. 57-73, 74 

Miscellaneous business ......... 29 

Miscellaneous licenses ......... 40, 76 

amount of fees c»>Qect«d for ..... . 40. 76, 77 

complaints investisated ........ 40, 76 

number issued ......... 40, 76 

number transferred ......... 40, 76 

number canceled and revoked ....... 40, 76 

Misfing persons .......... 30 

number reported ......... 30 

number found .......... 30 

Musicians, collective . . . . . . . . 41, 76 

Muficians, itinerant ......... 40, 76 

applications for licenses ........ 40, 76 

instruments examined ... ..... 41 

instruments passed ......... 41 

N. 

Kativity of persons arrested ........ 23 

New station houses ......... 16 

Nonresident offenders .... .... 6, 23, 57-73 



INDEX. 



91 



O. 



Offences ..... 

against the laws 
against the person 
against property, with \-ioIence . 
against property, without \ioIencc 
against property, malicious 
comparative statement of 
forgery and against currency 
against license laws . 
against chastity, morality, etc. . 
miscellaneous .... 
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5, 
5,22, 
5, 22, 
5, 22, 
5. 23, 



5, 23, 
5, 23, 
5. 23, 
5, 23, 



PAGE 

57-73 
22, 62 
57. 73 
59, 73 
60.73 
61.73 
75 
62, 73 
62, 73 

64, 73 

65. 73 
73 



P. 



Parks, public 

accidents reported in 

Pawnbrokers .... 

Pensions and benefits 

estimates for pensions 
number of persons on rolls 
pa>'ments on account of 



Police 



railroad ...... 

special ...... 

Police charitable fund, number of beneficiaries 
Police department ..... 

how constituted .... 

distribution of .... 

officers appointed .... 

date appointed .... 

complaints against 

died ..... 

discharged .... 

injured ..... 

promoted ..... 

resigned ..... 

retired ..... 

absent sick .... 

arrests by .... 

detailed, special events 
work of . 
horses in use in ... . 

vehicles in use in ... . 

Police listing ...... 

Police Relief Association, invested fund of 
Police signal serWce .... 

cost of maintenance 

pa>-ments ..... 

signal boxes ..... 

miscellaneous work .... 

property of . . . . . 

Prisoners, nativity of . ... 



15, 38, 



80, 81 

80, 81 

76 

43 

43 

43 

43,78 

39 

40 

39 

43 

21 

21 

22,45 

22 

51 

54 

22,48 

22, 52 

22 

22.50 

22, 52 

22,49 

53 

22, 56 

27 

22 

34. 55 

34, 35 

82, 83 

43 



21, 31, 45, 78, 
. 44. 
. 44. 



79 
79 
79 
31 
31 
32 
23 



92 



INDEX. 



Private detectives . 

Property . . . . 

Io<t, abandoned and stolen 

recovered 

sale of condemned . 

stolen in city . 

taken from prisoners and lodgers 
Public carriages 
Public lodgiDg-houjcs 



24 



rAGE 

76 

. 75. 76. 78 

27. 70. 78 

2i6. 33. 75 

27. 70. 78 

. 24. 75 

24 

36 

. 42. 70 



R. 



Railroad police 
Receipts 



40 

4 4. 78 



S. 



Second-hand articles 










76 


Sewers, defective, reported 








29 


Sick and injured persons assisted 








24,30.33 


Sickness, absence on account of 








53 


Sight-seeing automobiles 








. 37. 76 


Signal service, police 








21. 


31. 45. 78, 79 


Special events 










27 


Special police 










39 


Station houses 










. 16, 24 


lodgers at 










24 


witnesses detained at 










24 


Stolen property 


. 








12. 24. 75 


automobiles 










12 


value of . 










. 24. 75 


recovered 










. 20. 75 


Street railnays, conductors and 


molormen 


licensed 






76 


Streets . . , . 










29.30.81.82 


accidents reported in 










. 81.83 


defective, reported . 










29 


obstructions removed 


, 








30 



Teams . 

stray, put up 



30 
30 



Vehicles .... 












34 


ambulances 












34 


automobiles 












. S4. 37 


in u-^e in police department 












. 35.36 


public carriages 












36 


wagons .... 












37. 70. 77 


Vessels ..... 












33 



INDEX- 93 

W. 

PAGE 
Wagons .......... 37, 76, 77 

number licensed by di^Hsions ....... 77 

total number licensed ........ 37-76 

War and the police ......... 18 

Water pipes, defective, reported ....... 29 

Water running to waste reported ....... 30 

Weapons, dangerous ......... 42 

Witnesses 24, 25, 30, 75 

nimibcr of days' attendance at court by officers as . . 25, 26, 75 
fees earned by officers as . . . . . . . 25, 75 

number of, detained at station houses ..... 24, 30 

Women committed to House of Detention ..... 31 



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