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

BOSTON 

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No. 49 



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Ci)e Commonta)eaIt{) of Q^a00acf)U0ett0 



ANNUAL REPORT 



POLICE COMMISSIONER 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Year ending November 30, 1921 




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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Letter to Governor .......... 5 

The Police Force 6 

The liquor situati^m ......... 8 

The problem of the Kang.->ter. etc. ....... 9 

Dancing in boteU ......... 12 

Bill suhmittcd ^^ 

The department .......... lo 

Police department ......... lo 

The police force 15 

Signal scrviee ......... lo 

Employees of the department ...... 15 

Recapitulation ......... 15 

Distribution and changes ........ Ifi 

Police officers injured while on dui.v ...... IG 

Work of the department ........ 10 

.\rresl8 1" 

DrunkenneM . .1/ 

Bureau of Criminal Investigation ...... 1" 

Officer detailed to aMUt medical examiner* ..... 20 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property ...... 21 

Special events .......... 21 

Missing persons .......... 23 

Miscellaneous business ......... 24 

Inspector of claims ......... 26 

House of detention ......... 26 

Police signal serrjce ......... 27 

Signal boxe« ......... 27 

Miscellaneous work ........ 27 

Harbor service .......... 28 

Hor»es 29 

Vehicle service .......... 29 

Automobile* ......... 29 

.\mbulance« ......... 30 

List of vehirfcs used by the department ..... 31 

Public carriages .......... 32 

Sight-seeing automobiles ....... 32 

Wagon licenses .... ... 33 

Listing work in Boston, etc. ....... 33 

Listing expenses ......... 34 

Number of policemen employed in listing .... 34 

Police work on jnry lists ........ 34_ 

Special police .......... 35 

Railroad jwlice .......... 35 

Miscellaneous licenses ......... 35 

Musicians' licences ......... 36 

Itinerant .......... 36 

Collective .......... 37 



CONTENTS. 



PAUE 

The dp pari men t — concluded. 

Carn. ine dangerous wtnjjons ....... .'t7 

Public lodginK hou*c« ......... ;J8 

Pensions and benefits ......... 38 

Financial ........... 39 

Statistical table*: — 

Distribulinn of police force ....... 40 

List o' prjicc officer* in active service « lio died .42 

List of officers retired ......... 43 

List of offii-crs promoted ........ 44 

Number of men in active eerx'ire ....... 45 

Officers discharged and resigned ....... 46 

Number of days' absence from duty by rea.««n of sicLueu 52 

Complainta against officers ........ 53 

Number and distribution of horvs ...... 58 

Number of arrests by police divisions ...... 59 

Arrests and offences ......... 60 

.\ge and sex of persons arrested ....... 79 

Comparative statement of police criminal work .... 80 

Licenses of all cla.«»e» issued ....... 81 

Dog licenses Li-Mjed ......... 82 

Wagon licenses issnjeil ......... 82 

Financial Matement ........ 83 

Payment* on accr^unt of siiinal scrvicu ...... 84 

Accidents ........... 85 

Male and female residents listed ....... 88 



Cfje €ommontoealtt) of 0^assacf)U0etts! 



REPORT 



Headqcartebs of the Police DErAKTMEVT. 
OmcE or THE Police CoMMisitovER, 29 Pembertox Square, 
Boston-. Dec. 1. 1921. 

To His ELxcellency Chan.m.vg H. Cox, Gorenwr. 

Yoi'K Excellency: — 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 the year 
1900, a report of the police department for the year ending 
Nov. 30, 1921. 

I beg to call to Your Excellency's attention that, in the 
report of the Police Commissioner for the year ending Xov. 
">0, 1920, vras contained the following: — 

Section S of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 provides in part as 
follows: "The city of Boston shall proinde all such accommodations 
for the jxiljce of said city as said police commissioner may require." In 
.\pril, 1919, 1 submitted to the mayor of Boston an e.\haustive report on 
the Boston station houses, pointing out the deficiencies and the lack 
of necessar>- accommodations for the police force. I then and since 
have respectfully advised and recommended to the authorities of the 
city of Boston that tlicy take appropriate action to make adequate 
provisions. Althougli my recommendations and requirements were 
not only reasonable but imperatively necessan.-, no one of them has 
been in any way adopted or met. The police department of the city 
of Boston to-day nec<ls new station houses, and substantial additions 
and changes in others. 

One of the most urgent needs of the Department in the 
matter of station houses, a need that is as yet not met, is a 
building to house Division 2 and the traffic division, with 
offices for the property clerk. Although I repeatedly made 



G rOI.ICE COMMISSIOXEU. [.Inn. 

known tny rtqiiirfments, I was unable to make any progress 
at City Hall, ami was ohlifjcd to procet-*! before the Supreme 
•Judicial Court in mandamus. Tlie full F)ench of the Supreme 
Judicial Court hanrled down its decision on Sept. IG, 1921, 
with a writ of marulamus issue<l ajjainst the mayor and the 
members of the city council. Since that time I am advise*! 
that the city couixil has voted to purcha.'-e an adequate site 
on which to erect a building that will meet the recjuirements 
of the I*()li<e Commissioner. 

There has Jx*en nr» progress in the matter of the other new 
station hoases askcfl for in 1919, and little progress in the 
matter of the additions and changes needed in those that 
will still serve, ex<«-pt in the matter of Division 8. Division 
S is known as the fiarl>or |)olice, and the recommendation to 
hi.s honor the mayor in 1919 stated that the present station 
might be abandf>nt-*l and a smaller one erected on the water 
front. It was not an immediate necessity, nor was it urged 
as such. A.H a matter of fact, advice has been received that 
plans have iK-en accepted and that work has been com- 
menced, or shortly will Ik.- commenced, on a single building 
to accommixlate t\te harbor divisions of both the police and 
fire departments. The I'olice Department, of course, is glad 
to get a new station house for Division 8, but that was not 
one of the immc-<Ji2te anfl necessary improvements that were 
urged in my reiK^rt to the mayor in 1919. There has been 
no attempt by the city council as a whole to meet my re- 
quirements or conform in letter or spirit to the act creating 
the single-beadc<l I'olice Commissioner. 

The Pouce Force. 
The police forct as it exists to-day may fairly be said to 
be on an organize*! basis. Notwithstanding the fact that we 
hear and read of tomiption, dishonesty and inefiBciency in 
other large police forces, especially having to do with the 
illegal sale of liquor, the record of the present Boston police 
force, both as to integrity and ability stands out. The 
young men as a whole have rapidly grasped the principles of 
police business, arvl have exhibited a stability of character 
remarkable when their vears are considered. 



1922.] PUBLIC DOCOIEXT — Xo. 40. 7 

During tlie past year, by agreement with liis honor the 
mayor, the police department was autliorized to appoint 
eight policewomen. Six only were appointed, as this was the 
immbcr satisfactory to him that the Commissioner was able 
to obtain from the list submitted by the Department of 
Civil .'M-rvice and Rejcistration. Another examination will be 
held in February by that Department, and from the list 
then established the (^'ommLssioner hopes to obtain two addi- 
tional policewomen who he feels will fulfil the requirements 
that a policewoman should have. The six who have served 
in the Department during the past year are reported by their 
>uperior officers to have shown good capacity and have per- 
formed excellent work considering their e.xperience. 

At the present time the patrolmen in the police depart- 
ment number 1,<)72, including the women, and there are ten 
vacancies. As Your Excellency is aware, by the terms of the 
act creating the Police Commissioner, the number of patrol- 
men may not be increased, except by concurrent action of 
the mayor and the Police Commissioner, nor may the pay 
of the police be raisefl or lowered except by such concurrent 
action. The increa.se during the past year in the number of 
patrolmen authorize*! by the mayor was 40. .And in thb 
connection, I call Your Excellency's attention to the fact 
that the great single i^em of expense in the police depart- 
ment is the pay of the police, and that is fixed, as I have 
said, by the concurrent action of the mayor and the Police 
Commissioner. The present incumbent of the mayor's office. 
His Honor Mayor Peters, has been very liberal in the matter 
of the pay and increase in number of the force. I appreciate 
that any mayor of the city of Boston has many departments 
under his control, for which he is responsible, all looking to 
him for increased appropriations, but I cannot ignore the 
fact that the police department is in urgent need of at least 
100 more patrolmen, a large proportion of whom is needed 
for traffic duties. 

This matter of traffic, almost entirely motor-vehicle traffic, 
has become a serious problem, both in the way of handling 
it and of the increased ex-penditure it has brought upon the 
city. I am advised that Boston, having almost no State 



8 POLICE CO.MMISSIOXER. [Jan. 

hiBhways, gets no benefit from the automobile fees that are 
paid, and I feel impelled to state to Your P^xcellency that 
much of the past increase in expenditure of the police force, 
and much of the increase that is to come, arises from motor 
vehicle traffic, much of which comes from outside of Boston 
and a preat deal of which merely passes through the city, 
having no connection with its business life. 

The LiQion Siti-.vtio.v. 

The liquor .'iituation in Boston to-<lay, as regards the work 
of the pclice in relation thereto, is substantially different 
from what it was prior to the passage of the Eighteenth 
.Amendment and the Volstead Act. There is not on our 
statute books to-da>' an act the same in all respects as the 
X'olstead .\ct, and for that reason the handling of the liquor 
situation is and must be unsatisfactory. It is a fact that 
the amendment to the Constitution is now in existence, but 
there b no adecjuate enforcement act upon our statute books 
in this State, with the result that the State officers of the law 
come in for a great deal of well-meant but unjust criticism. 

Last year the licensing board for the city of Boston pe- 
titioned the Ix-gislature for an act that would of itself have 
been of great help. The licensing board asked that all soft- 
drink places, so called, be licensed and regulated. .\s a 
matter of fact, the licensing board knew, as this department 
certainly does, that many places, some of them formerly bar- 
rooms and others fitted up as bars, were ostensibly selling 
soft drinks, hut in reality .selling intoxicating liquor. The 
public could not understand why a barroom that could be 
strictly regulated when it was licensed to sell liquor, could 
not be regulated at all when it had no licease of any de- 
scription. .\nd that is just the point — it requires no license; 
and even a conviction for the sale of liquor on the premises 
has but the effect of a fine with the business still going on. 
If the=e so-called soft-drink places were obliged to have a 
license, and the licensing board given the power to impose 
reasonable regulations and to take away the licenses for 
violations thereof, we would not have places, even under the 
shadow of our police stat ons, with barriers built in the 



1922.] rUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 40. 9 

windows so that the business carried on inside might not be 
observed. Should the Legislature pass an enforcement act, 
it is to be hoped it will substantially conform to the terms of 
the national act, so that we may all be working with equal 
authority. 

In this connection, however, I call to Your Excellency's 
attention that for the year ending Xov. 30, 1921, this de- 
partment made 2,015 prosecutions in the State court and 
1S4 in the United States Court, making 2,199 all told, for 
violation of the liquor law. I do not, of course, refer to the 
arrests for drunkenness. 

The Problem of the Gaxc^ter \sd Other.s of Like 
Character. 

Section 53 of chapter 272 of the General Laws includes as 
rogues and vagabonds "all other idle and disorderly persons, 
including therein those persons who neglect all lawful busi- 
ness and habitually misspend their time by frequenting 
houses of ill fame, gaming houses and tippling shops." That 
is the same provision contained in chapter 743 of the Acts of 
the year 1914. 

The central municipal court construes the words "by fre- 
quenting houses of ill fame, gaming houses and tippling 
shops" as words of limitation and not words of illustration. 
Other courts do not take this view, and it has been contended 
that the view of the central municipal court is wrong, and 
that it should change its ruling rather than that the Legis- 
lature sh.ould change the law. The fact remains, however, 
that the central municipal court has jurisdiction over all 
central flown-town Boston, and until the court changes its 
ruling, or the Legislature clarifies the law, the pool rooms, 
near-beer places, all-night restaurants, and other such places 
will continue to be the undisturbed gathering places of the 
criminal and criminally inclined. In 1920 I asked the Legis- 
lature to clarify its language and remove all misapprehension 
by striking out those words on which the misapprehension 
arose. The petition, though late in the session, was ad- 
mitted, its necessity being apparent to the committee on 
rules of both branches. 



10 POLICE COMMISSIONER, [Jan. 

The reason wliy the petition came in late in 1920 was this. 
It is iH-rfectly apparent from the reading of the statute that, 
assuming the ruling of the municipal court to be correct, it 
is not enough to show that the particular defendant fre- 
quented places that were merely suspected of being houses 
of ill fame or gaming houses or tippling shops. It is neces- 
sary to .show that the places frequented were actually such; 
and in the contenij)lation of the law no such places as tippling 
shops existed after the prohibition amendment came into 
effect. T'lerc are not, and were not at that time, recognized 
houses of ill fame or gaming houses, and after the passage of 
the Eighteenth Amendment, tippling shops as such, ceased 
to exist in the contemjjlation of the law. Boston having 
been a litetise city, however, the class of criminal and near 
criminal that the police desired to reach and should reach 
usually frc(|ucnted places where liquor was sold by license, 
and it was commonly easily proved that the particular de- 
fendant did so frequent a tippling shop. Really the Commis- 
sioner in his jjctition to the I^egislature in 1920 asked for no 
more power than the police enjoyed prior to the incoming of 
prohibition, but singularly enough the coming into effect of 
the i)rohibitif)n amendment, together with the requirements 
of tlie municipal court in the matter of proof in the case of 
these idle and disorderly persons, severely hampered the police 
administration. The petition passed the Senate with little 
opposition, came into the House and suddenly was defeated. 
I must advise Your Excellency that so long as the central 
municipal court construes the words in that statute as it 
does, this police department is gravely hindered in the proper 
handling of the criminal and near-criminal population, which 
at present may gather in certain places, plotting its crimes 
without restraint. When the time arrives that the ruling is 
changed by the court, or the language clarified by the Legis- 
lature, this city will be unpopular for those gentry who desire 
to make it their headquarters. 

.\ similar situation arises in the matter of gaming. The 
police department arrests and brings into the courts certain 
persons and charges them with "keeping a place, to wit: — 
in a certain portion of a certain street with books and appa- 



1922.] PLTiLIC DOCOIEXT — No. 49. 11 

ratus for the purpose of refostering bets on horse races." 
There is a conflict of decision among the judges, some of 
them holding that the street is not a place within the mean- 
ing of the statute, which means that this betting may go on, 
and it is going on without let or hindrance. This is another 
case in which any ambiguity in the matter of the statute 
should be cleared up. 

A few days ago a Boston daily paper, referring to a Xew 
York case, said: — 

"Tlie case has interest here, Ijecatise ever since the Boston police 
strike there has l>cen a persistent effort to discretlit the present police 
ffircc. Wlicnevcr occurs an instance of individual inefficiency or un- 
worthiness on the part of a Boston prdic-e officer, an efTort is made to 
bring condemnation on the police forc-e and on the Police Commis- 
sioner." 

"... It supports the new police force, and it ■will continue fo do 
so, liccause that force has earned ."qjpport.'' 

"... Instances of police inefficiency- or unworthiness will always 
he properly condemned. The puUic will not tolerate mischievoas 
efforts to twist such instances into a destructive application." 

"... Any undersirable members of Bfjston's police force v\il] be 
weeded out, as they show their bad cfiality. Meantime, we arc build- 
ing up here the best police force in the countrj-. ..." 

The Police Commissioner could not express the situation 
better than the editorial writer has done. It is a fact that 
there is a constant propaganda going on against the present 
police force. Assaults on polic-e officers that were brought 
into court during the year ending Xov. .30, 1921, numbered 
one hundred and sixty-two. In one unfortunate instance a 
police offic-er was shot and kille*!, leaving a wife and a large 
family. It is said that the man who killed him is demented, 
and it may be so; but he had plenty of encouragement, both 
printed and spoken, to move his crazed mind to do tlie thing 
which he did. Application after application has been made 
for warrants against police offic-ers, striving to fasten upon 
men who have merely done their duty criminal records and 
criminal punishment. Of those who are directly guilty of 
this malicious propaganda, I shall say nothing, but to those 
who give sujiport and encouragement to it in any shape or 



12 POLICE COMMISSIONER. (Jan. 

form I say that they should take thought to themselves, and 
ask how they can expect the protection that they do expect 
if honest, courageous and worthy police officers are thus 
persecuted in the performance of their duty. 

It is often found necessary to retain competent counsel for 
the prosecution of criminal cases in the lower courts, and 
sometimes to be represented by counsel in the hiplier courts; 
also to provide counsel especially to defend police officers 
unjustly accused. 

It is quite possible that the present amount allowed by 
statute may be exhauste<l before the completion of the fiscal 
year, and it is my opinion that a Police Commissioner should 
be allowed to expend for counsel fees such sums as in hb 
judgment are necessary, subject, however, to the approval of 
the Governor and Council. I do not mean that he should be 
obliged to go to the Governor and Council on each expendi- 
ture, but that he should not be hampered in the public per- 
formance of his duty by being confined to a specific statutory- 
sum which cannot be increased, no matter what the exigency. 
He may at the present time incur other expenses for the 
police department which the city of Boston must pay on his 
requisition without approval of anybody. It would seem, 
therefore, reasonable that he should be allowed a sufficient 
sum for legal assistance with the approval of the Governor 
and Council, as before stated. 

D.wcixr, i.v Hotels. 

Under section 181 of chapter 140 of the General Laws, a 
license is required for public dances given in halls, and the 
licensing authority has the right to impose, and does impose, 
reasonable terms and conditions in such license. 

By the wording of the statute, a license is required only for 
such public dances "to which admission is obtained upon 
payment of money or upon the delivery- of any valuable 
thing, or in which, after free admission, amusement is fur- 
nished upon a deposit in a coin controlled apparatus." 

It has been held by the courts that the dancing in the 
dining rooms of hotels and cafes does not come under section 
ISl above quoted, and that therefore it may exist without 



1922.] rUBLIC DCCOIENT — Xo. 49. 13 

such license as is required for all other kinds of public 
dances, and consequently without regulation by the licensing 
authority. Wiile it is true that the person who dances in a 
liotel or cafe does not purchase a ticket at the door as for 
(lancing in halls, yet he purchases the right to dance when 
he pays for his entertainment at the hotel or cafe. There is 
no difference in principle between the dances conducted at a 
hotel or cafe and those in a public hall, and no more reason 
for requiring licen.se and regulation for dances in public halls 
than there is for dances in hoteb or cafes in connection with 
their business. From the reports that come to me as Police 
Commissioner, it appears that dances in hotels and cafes need 
quite as much regulating as those held in public halls. The 
fact that as a general rule it requires a much larger outlay of 
money to indulge in dancing in hotels and cafes than in the 
public dance halls, to which people come for amusement 
whose means are limited, is no reason for discriminating 
against the latter or for assuming that they need licensing 
and regulating more than the hotel and cafe dancers. As a 
matter of fact, they do not. 

In order that this discrimination may be removed and that 
all classes of public dancing be licensed and properly regu- 
lated, as one class is now, I am appending to this report a 
draft of a proposed bill amending section ISl of chapter 140 
of the General Laws in such manner as to make it clear that 
the section covers all public dancing, whether the dance is 
given by itself or as incidental to some other business. 

Veri' respectfully, 

E. U. CURTIS, 

Police Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



14 rOLICE COMMISSIONER. (Jan. 



BILL SUBMITTED. 



An Act kel.\ti\'E to Public .Viivsemexts, etc. 

Sectiox 1. Section one hundred and eighty-one of chapter one 
hundrr*! and forty of the General Laws is hereby amended by strik- 
ing out the semicolon after the word "apparatus", in the ninth line of 
said section, and inserting in place thereof a comma, and after said 
comma the words: — or which are conducted in connection with or on 
the same premises wtii any hotel, restaurant, cafd or other business, — 
H> that the same may read as follows: — Section ISl. The mayor or 
selectmen may, except as provided in section one hundred and five of 
chapter one hundred and forty-nine, grant, upon such terms and con- 
ditions as they deem reasonable, a license for theatrical exhibitions, 
public shows, public amusements and exhibitions of every description, 
to be held upon week daj-s only, to which admission is obtained upon 
panncnt of money or upon the deliver>- of any \-aIuable thing, or by a 
ticket or voucher obtained for money or any \-aIuabie thing, or in 
which, after free admission, amusement b furnished upon a deposit of 
money in a coin controlled apparatus, or which are conducted in con- 
nection with or on the same premises with any hotel, restaurant, caf^ 
or other business; and the mayor or selectmen nuy revoke or suspend 
such license at their pleasure, but they shall not grant a license for any 
.*uch theatrical exhibitions, public shows or public amusements or ex- 
hibitions of any description whatever to be held upon Sunday, except 
as provided in chapter one hundred and thirty-six. 



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PUBLIC DOCOIENT — Xo. 49. 



THE DEPARTMENT. 



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

Police Commissioner. Secretarj'. 2 







The Police Force. 


Superintendent 




1 


Lieutenants 


Deputy superint( 


Mident 


I 


Sergeants 


Chief inspector 




1 


Patrolmen 


Captains 




2S 




Ins])ectors 




26 


Total 


Inspector of carriages (lieu 






tenant) 




1 








Signal Serr'ce. 


Director 




1 


Linemen 


To rem .an 




1 


Driver . 


Signalmen . 




6 




Mechanics . 




3 


Total 



41 
135 

1,672 

1,906 



17 



Employees of the Department. 



Clerks 20 

Stenographers ... 7 
Matrons of house of de- 
tention .... 5 
.\Latrons of station houses 6 
Engineers on police steam- 
ers .3 

Firemen on police steamers 1 

Auto repair shop foreman 1 

.•\uto repair.shop mechanics 2 

Assistant property clerk 1 



Van drivers . 

Foreman of stable 

Hostlers 

.\ssistant steward of 


cit\ 


2 

1 

11 


prison 
Janitors 
Janita-sses . 
Telephone operators . 




1 
27 
17 

3 



Total 



lOS 



Recapitulation. 

Police Commissioner and seoretan* 2 

Police force 1,906 

Signal service 17 

Employees 108 



Grand total 2,033 



IG 



POLICE COM.MISSIOXER. 



[Jan. 



Distribution and Changes. 
The distribution of the police force is shown by Table I. 
During the year S patrolmen were reinstated; 19S patrolmen 
were appointed; 2S patrolmen were discharged; 90 patrol- 
men resigned; 1 deputy superintendent, 1 captain, 2 ser- 
geants and 16 patrolmen were retired on pension; 1 iaspector 
and •> patrolmen died; 1 inspector and 1 patrolman were trans- 
ferred to State departments. (.See Tables II, III, IV, VI.) 



PoucE Officers injured while on 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 XNJCBCD. 


Nnmber of 
Men injund. 


Number of 
Duties kxt. 


In arresting prisoners 

In {xirsuing criminal-; 

By stopping runaways 

By cars and other vehicles .... 
\'arioa5 other causes 


116 

22 

6 

46 

96 


29.3 

99 

5S 

161 

333 


ToUils 


2S6 


944 



Work of the Department. 

Arrests. 
The total number of persons arrested counting each arrest 
as that of a separate person, was 72,161 as against 58,S17 
the preceding year, being an increase of 1.3,314. The per- 
centage of decrease and increase was as follows: — 



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Per Cent. 

Offences agninst the person Increase, 23.60 

OfTc-nces .ngainst prc'pcrty cominitte<I with vidlcnce . Increase, 11.85 

OfTences against jiropcrty cominitt«l \rithout violence Increase, 19..39 

Malicious ofTences agiiinst property .... Increase, 42.57 

P'orgerj- and offences against the currency . . . Increase, 10.58 

OfTences against the license laws Increase, 147.24 

Offences again>t chastity, morality, elc. . . . Increase, 2S.6.5 

Offences not inclucletl in the foregoing . . . Increase, 19.62 

There were 0,ti.JG persons arretted on warrants and 47,044 
without warrants; 15,401 i)er.Nons were summoned by the 
court; ((7.024 pers((ns were held for trial; .5,1.37 were re- 
lea.~ed from custody. Tlie numher of males arreste<I wa.s 
(17,141; of females, .').020; of foreigners, 26,297, or approxi- 
mately .3(1.44 per cent; of minors, 8,724. Of the total num- 
ber arrested. 19,7.")2, or 27. '57 i)er cent, were nonresidents. 
(.Si-e Tables X. XI.) 

The average amoiuit of fines imposed by the courts for the 
five years from 1917 to 1921. inclusive, was S137,44.S.90; in 
1921 it was .?193,901.S0, or •<')(), }.')2.S4 more than the average. 

'i'he average mmiber of days' attendance at court was 
.';(j,71.j; in 1921 it was 3S,47(), or 1,7(11 more than the 
average. The average anuiunt of witness fees earned was 
.^10,429.10; in 1921 it was .S11,42.S.07, or S99S.91 more than 
the average, (."^ee Table XIII.) 

Dniiihnniiss. 
In the arrests for drunkenness the average per day was S4. 
There were 9,1.S7 more persons arrested than in 1920, an 
increase of 42.14 per cent; .;S.,S9 per cent of the arrested 
per.-ons were nonresidents, and 28. 39 per cent were of 
foreign birth. (See Table XI.) 

liurcau (if Criiiiiiial Iiircitigutioii. 
The "idemification room" now contains 01,710 photo- 
grajths, 53.774 of which are photographs with Bertillon meas- 
urements, a ^y^tem used l)y the department for the past 
twenty-two years. In accordance with the Revised Laws, 
chapter 225, .sections IS and 21, we are allowed photographs 
with Bertillon measurements taken of convicts, in the State 



IS POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

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 1S9S, 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 de- 
partments, through which the sentences in many instances 
have been materially increased. The records of 5S4 criminals 
have been added to the records in this Bureau, which now 
contains a total of 42,842. The number of cases reported at 
this office which have been investigated during the year is 
30,12.3. There are 35,099 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 inde.xing 
adopted by this Bureau for the use of the department now 
contains a list of records, histories, photographs, dates of 
arrest, etc., of about 185,000 persons. There are also 
"histories and press clippings," now numbering 8,402, made 
by this Bureau, in envelope form for police reference. 

The finger-print system of identification which was adopted 
in June, 190C, 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: — 

Xumber of persons arrested, principally for felonies . . . 1,649 
Fugitives from justice from other States, arrested and delivered 

to officers from those States 46 

Number of cases investigated 30,123 

Xumber of extra duties performed 2,199 

Number of cases of homicide and supposed homicide investi- 
gated and e\-idence prejiared for trial in court 160 
Number of cases of abortion and supposed abortion investi- 
gated and evidence prepared for court 5 

Number of days spent in court by officers 4,319 

Number of years' imprisonment imposed by court, 135 years, 5 months. 

Amount of stolen property recovered $792,218.60 

Number of photographs added to "identification room" . 1,766 



1022.1 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 



19 



The nativity of the prisoners was as follows: 



Unit«l States . 


45,SM 


West Indies 








106 


British Pro\-inces 


3,00.5 


Turkey 






163 


Ireland 


7,34.3 


South America 






44 


EngL'ind 


04.5 


Switzerland 






10 


France 


119 


Belgium 






21 


Germany . 


.330 


Armenia 








144 


Italy .... 


4,43S 


.\frica . 








9 


RiLs.sia 


5,725 


Hungary 








33 


China .... 


294 


.\sia . 








33 


C.rc*ce 


092 


Arabia 








7 


Sweden 


570 


Mexico 








10 


Scotland 


304 


Japan . 








11 


Spain .... 


S2 


Syria . 








142 


Xorvvay 


149 


Roumania 








14 


Poland 


770 


Lithuania 








44 


Australia . 


21 


.Vbyssinia 








3 


Au.stria 


202 


Cuba . 








4 


Portugal 


319 


Guatemala 








1 


Finbnd 


205 


Serbia 








3 


Denmark . 


71 


Albania 








7 


Holland . . . 


27 








^Vales .... 


12 


Total .... 72,161 


Ea.st Indies 


25 













The number of arrests for tiie year was 72,1G1, being an 
increase of 13, .344 over last year, and 7,394 less than the 
average for the past five years. There were 30,987 persons 
arrested for drunkenness, being 0,187 more than last year, 
and 23,G13 less than the average for the past five years. Of 
the arrests for drunkenness this year there was an increase 
of 43.24 per cent in males, and an increase of 25.07 per cent 
in females from last year. (See Tables XI, XIII.) 

Of the total number of arrests for the year (72,161), 962 
were for violations of city ordinances; that is to say, 1 
arrest in 75 was for such offence, or 1.33 per cent. 

Sixty-one and twenty-two 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 punished by fines was 16,703, and 
the fines amounted to 8193,001.80. (See Table XIII.) 

Fifty persons were committed to the State Prison, 1,901 



20 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



to the House of Correction, 41 to the Women's Prison, 117 
to the Reformatory Prison anil 841 to other institutions. 
The total years of imprisonment were 1 life, 94 indefinite, 
1,7-39 years, 10 months; the total number of days' attend- 
ance at court by officers was :iS,47(); and the witness fees 
earned by them amounted to .S11,42S.07. 

The value of property taken from prisoners and lodgers 
was S.iS7,4:}:3.54. 

Nineteen witnesses were detained at ^tation houses; 137 
were accommodated with loilpings, an increase of 90 from 
last year. There was a decrease of 1.17 per cent from last 
year in tlic number of insane persons taken in charpe, an 
increase of about 22.9 per cent in the numlx-r of sick and 
injured persons assisted, and an increase of about .92 per 
cent in the number of lost children tared for. 

The average amount of proyH-rty stolen in the city for the 
five years from 1917 to 1921, inclusive, was .S1.142,009.S.S; 
in 1921 it was $1,830,357.87, or 8088.347.99 more than the 
average. The amount of prop<rty stolen in and out of the 
city which was recovered by the Boston fKjIicc was 81,027,- 
.331.08, as against 81,402,880.92 last year, or 8224,450.10 
more. 

Officer det.\iled to .\s.si.st Medic.\l Ex.\iiixers. 
The officer detailed to assist the metlical examiners reports 
having investigated 099 cases of death from the following 
causes: — 



Abortion 

Alcoholism 

-Asphyxiation 

Automobiles . 

Bums 

Drowning 

nectricity 

Elevators 

Exposure 

Falling objects 

Falls 

Machinery 



On 244 of the above 



1.3 
6 
.5 

•29 

.30 
3 

12 
1 
S 

56 
.3 



Motor cvcic . 


1 


Natural causes 


. 240 


Poison . . . . 


44 


Railroad (.•■team) . 


. 23 


Stillborn 


4 


Suffocation 


5 


Suicides . . . . 


72 


Teams . . . . 


4 


Homicides 


. 13S 



Total 



099 



ases inquests were held. 



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21 



Of tlie total number the following homicide cases were 
prosecuted in the courts: — 

Automobiles . 
Collapse of Ijuilcling 
Droi\T)ing, accidental . 
Klcvators 
>Lanslauglitcr 
Murder .... 
Xatural cau.ses 



S3 


Railway (< 


•treet) . 


. 20 


1 


Shooting, 


iccidental 


3 


1 


Shot, resis 


ting arrest . 


1 


1 


Suicides . 


• 


1 


14 


Teams . 


. 


1 


11 








1 


Total 


. 


. 13S 



Lo.sT, Aka.vdoxed .\nd Stole.v Property. 

On Dec. 1, 1920, there were 1,77-5 articles of lost, stolen 
or abandoned property in the custody of the property clerk; 
l,4o9 were received during the year; 777 pieces were sold at 
puhlic auction and the proceeds, .?l,209.9.j, were turned over 
to the chief clerk; 2 packages containing So. 03, received 
from the sale of perishable property, were turned over to the 
chief clerk; 1.32 packages containing .So92..55 were turned 
over to the chief clerk; 109 packages were destroyed as 
worthles.s or sohl as junk anil the proceeds, S52.SS, were 
turned o^■er to the chief clerk; and 12G packages were de- 
livered to owners, finders or administrators, leaving 2,0SS on 
hand. 

.^PECI.\L EVE.NTS. 

The following is a list of special events transpiring during the 
year aiul gives the number of police detailed for duty at each : — 

ISM. -Men. 

Dec. 3, Visit of General Xivelle 34 

Dec. 4, Braves Field, Boston College-Holy Cross football game . 37 

Dec. 12, Mechanics' Building, benefit for Cliildrcn's Hospital . 12 

Dec. 14, City election 663 

Doc. 16, Sjinphony Hall, citizens' mass meeting .... S 

Dec. IS, Colonial Theatre, children's party 9 

Dec. 19, Reception to Mrs. Muriel MacSwiney .... 195 

Dec. 20, North Station, departure of Mrs. Muriel MacSwiney . 94 

Dec. 24, On extra street duty, Christmas Eve .... 103 

Dec. 30, Yankee Di\Tsion ball at East .\rmor\- .... 5 



Jan. 6, Boston Common, Governor's inaugural .... 30 
Jan. 9, Boston Common, meeting. Friends of Irish Freedom . 16 
Jan. 13, SjTiiphony Hall, Hoover dinner 14 



22 POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

ini. Mm. 

Jan. 20, Mechanics Building, police ball 139 

Feb. 2, Mechanics Building, Elks' carnival 21 

Feb. 7, Mechanics Building, firemen's ball 3-1 

Feb. 13, Mechanics Building, convention of Irish SfKieties 26 
Mar. 7, S>Tnphony and Convention halls. Loyal Coalition meet- 
ings .... 51 

Mar. 14, Funeral of Patrolman Patrick D. McGullion . 23 

Mar. 17, South Boston, Evacuation Day parade .... 216 
Mar. 27, Reception and parade in honor of Lord Mayor of Cork, 

Ireland 337 

.\pr. 9, Cathedral boys' road race 32 

.\pr. 10, Boston Common, meeting of Workmen's Defence Con- 
ference 66 

May 1 , Held in reser\e for May day l.SOO 

May 2, Held in rescne for May day 1,S00 

May 2, Braves' Field, boxing exliibition 45 

May 5, East Boston, fire in Hobbs' box factorj- .... 56 

May 15, Franklin Field, bicycle meet 48 

May 17, Reception to Prof. .-Ubert Einstein 43 

May 22, Xa\y Yard, memorial sen-ice 69 

May 29, Fenway Park, memorial service 28 

May .30, Workhorse {wrade 41 

June 4, Dorchester Day celebration 62 

June 6, Parade of .■Vncient and Honorable .A.rtillerj- Company . 174 

June 10, Parade of Boston school cadets 366 

June 10, Commonwealth Pier, to prevent immigrants from land- 
ing 132 

June 11, Deer Island, to control immigrants 54 

June 14, Boston Common, English High School ccntenar\- cele- 
bration 24 

June 15, Stadium, English High School cent«nar>- celebration 55 

June 16, Parade of English High Scliool graduates . . 345 

June 16, CharlestowTi, "night before" Bunker Hill Day . . 153 

June 17, Charlestown, Bunker Hill Day celebration 412 

June 18, Parade of Massachusetts Marine Corps .\5s0ciati0n . 371 

June 18, .Stadium, Massachusetts Marine Corps AtlJetic Meet . 39 

July 2, Xcn-spaper bulletin boards, Dempscy-Carpentier fight . 68 

July 4, Yankee Division parade 464 

July 4, East Boston, block party 45 

July 4, Boston Common, 4th of July celebration .... 92 

July 4, Braves' Field, boxing exhibition 41 

July 12, Parade and reception to Secretary Hoover ... 72 

July 13, West Newton Street, block party 22 

July 14, Parade and meeting, protesting ice-cream prices . . 65 

Julj- 19, East Boston, block party 21 

July 20, East Boston, block party 21 



1922.] Pl-BLIC DOCOIEXT — No. 49. 23 

mu Men. 

July 20, Columb;!? Park, .Aj.ierican Legion canu\-al . . . 11 
July 21, Church scn'ice, Independent Benevolent Protective 

Order of Elks of the World 46 

July 22, Eist Bt^toii, fireworks 39 

Julv 22, Mission Hill, piiture show and open-air concert . 11 
Julv 23, Panide of Independent Benevolent Protective Ortier of 

Dks of the World 420 

July 23, Doughs Square, block party 21 

July 25, Field's Comer, block party 20 

July 30, Field's Ctirner, block party 22 

Sept. 5, Labor Diiy parade 66S 

Sept. 10, Visit of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary F^ckford Fair- 

Ittnks .^ 46 

.Sc-pt. 17, FunenU of Gen. Li-wTcnce J. Logan .... S7 

Sept. 19, ELast Boston, fireworks and concert .... 29 

Sept. "23, Boston Common, review of First Corps Cadets . . 22 

Sept. 23, Jaraaicn Plain, block party 20 

Sept. 20, Congress Street, fire drill exhibition .... 26 

Sept. 20. Bristol Street, fire drill exhibition 29 

Oct. 5-13, Bulletin bonnls. World's Scries bascb.ill . . . 504 

Oct. 12, Funer:il of .Michael J. Perkins 39 

Oct. 12, Parade and review of Boston police 1,012 

Oct. 12, Mission Church jubilee 153 

Oct. IS, South Station, return of Boston College football team . 27 

Oct. IS, Louis Pasteur .\venue, exercises of Base Hospital Xo. 5 . 11 

Oct. '20, Stadium, Harvanl-Centre football game. ... 79 

Oct. .30, Tremont Temple, MacSwiney memorial meeting . . 24 

Nov. 9, S\ni'.phony Hall, fwlitical rally 19 

Nov. 12, Stadium, Harvanl-Bro'mi football game . . . 107 
Xov. 14, Parade and reception to Marshal Foch .... 1,563 

Nov. 19, Stadium, Hananl-Yale football game .... 109 

Xov. 10, Streets leaduig to stadium, on traffic duty . . . Ill 

Xov. 10, Bulletin boards, football returns 40 

Xov. 19, Mcinity of hotels in evening 64 

Xov. 10, Braves' Field, Boston College-Georgetown football 

game 27 

Xov. 20, Parade and meet'mg at .\rena, Recognition of Irish 

Republic 99 

;Missixg Persons. 
The following table shows the mimber of persons lost or 
run away during the year: — 

Total number refwrted 643 

Total number found 576 

Total number still missing 67 



24 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



Agf and Sex of Such Pcrfoii'. 





MtUlNO. 


Focxo. 

1 
1 


Still Miaaixc. 




yuif. 


Ft- 

mtkU*, 


1 
Main. 


re- 
main. 


^Uln. 


re- 
main. 


Under 15 ycar» 

Over 15 years, under 21 

years. 
Over 21 years . 


IM 
12S 
141 


2G 

122 

G2 


103 
117 

119 


23 
105 

49 


1 
11 

22 


3 
17 
13 


Totals 


433 


210 


399 


177 


34 


33 



^riM-EM-AVEors Business. 





WXl-U. 


1«1>-M. 


lt2»-2t. 


Abandoned children cared for . 


14 


21 


10 


Accidents reported 


4,009 


4,090 


.■»,.^9 


Auctioneers investigated .... 


- 


- 


5 


Buildings found open and made secure 


3,459 


4,950 


G.033 


Cases investigated 


29,482 


54,363 


01,145 


Dangcrou.s building* reported 


16 


30 


12 


Dangerous chiinne>'s rcporteil 


26 


13 


10 


Dead bodies cared for .... 


303 


242 


203 


Dead bodies recovered .... 


2S 


23 


2S 


Defective bulkhead* reported 


11 


- 


- 


Defective ces-spools repfjrtcd 


90 


Ill 


SO 


Defective drains and vaults reported 


2S 


7 


1 


Defective fire alarms and clocks reported 


1 


7 


3 


Defective gas pipes reported 


47 


34 


20 



1922.] 



PLTiLIC DOCniEXT — Xo. 49. 



Mkcell.\nt»cs Business — Concluded. 





191«-1». 


191»-». 


]920-:i. 


Defective hydrant- rc-jKjrtwl 


8S 


115 


78 


Defective knips repfirted .... 


29,148 


26,906 


14,067 


Defective i-ewer.- repr*rtc(l .... 


75 


41 


62 


Defective strtft- and .-idewalks rcrjoitcd 


S,.545 


7,714 


8,279 


Defective «irf> rep'jrted .... 


1 


- 


- 


Defective trees rcpfirted .... 


1 


2 


- 


Defective vrittcr pipe> reported 


119 


144 


67 


Di>turl>anc»~- riipprfci.-«l .... 


565 


318 


627 


Extra duties performed .... 


42,057 


34,9S6 


41,215 


P'ire alana- given 


2,676 


1,723 


2,1.55 


Fires extiniziii-hed 


974 


1,0.33 


1,218 


Insane perr^^as taken in charge 


414 


425 


420 


Intoxicated pcrs^on.* a-ssLsted 


12 


25 


28 


Junk dealers investigated .... 


1 


• — 


- 


Lost children reytored .... 


1,8.59 


1,949 


1,967 


Pawnbrokers invc>tigated .... 


4 


_ 


3 


Persons renmed from drowning 


12 


12 


G 


Second-haofl automobile dealers investi- 
gated. 
Second-hand dealers investigated 


4 


- 


3 
2 


Sick and injured persons assisted 


5,195 


5,017 


6,159 


Stray teams reported and put up 


82 


110 


103 


Street obstructioas removed 


1,185 


1,460 


1,547 


Water running to wa.-te reported 


485 


626 


467 


Witnesses detained 


35 


26 


19 



26 POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 



Inspector of Claims. 

The officer detailed to assist the committee on claims and 
law department in investigating claims against the city for 
alleged damage of various kinds reports that he investigated 
],44G cases, five of which were on account of damage done 
by dogs. 

Other Senices performed. 

Number of cases investigated 1,446 

Number of ■witnesses examined 9,010 

Number of notices served 4,774 

Number of jjermissions granted 6,332 

Number of days in court 4S 

Number of cases settled on recommendation from this office SO 

Collected for damage to the city's property and paid bills 

amounting to SI,222.07 

HovsE OK 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 next 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 2,S0G women were committed for the 
following: — 

Drunkenness 1,330 

Larceny 325 

Mghtwalking 69 

Fornication 167 

Idle and disorderly oS 

Assault and batterj- 27 

Adultery 34 

Molation of liquor law 16 

Keeping house of ill-fame ... 4 

County jail 2S4 

Municipal court 132 

Various other offences 360 

Total 2,S06 



1922.] PIULIC DOCOIEXT — Xo. 49. 27 

Police Signal Seraice. 

Signal Bcixcs. 

The total miinbcr of boxes iq use is 50(). Of these, 334 
are connectc-d with the iiiulcrground system, and 170 with 
the overhead. 

Mi'sccllati/xrtii Worli. 

During the year the employees of this service responded to 
],GG5 trouble calls; inspcctc-d 506 signal boxes, IS signal 
desks and 955 batteries; repaired SI box movements, 19 
registers, 27 polar box bells. 15 locks, 22 time stamps, 2 
stable motors, 10 vibrator bell-<, 1 relay, besides repairing all 
bell and electric light work at headquarters and the various 
stations. There have been n;ade 14 plungers, 20 complete 
box fittings. 20 line blocks, and a large amount of small work 
done that cannot be classified. 

The following boxes have been installed underground: 1 at 
.Station 10, 3 at Station 14, and 2 at Station 17. Compliance 
with the prescribctl districts is very much delayed on account 
of the Xew England Telephone and Telegraph Company 
being unable to lay ducts. Large tap bells for alarm calls 
have been installetl in several of the stations to replace me- 
chanical gongs which required winding and caused other 
trouble. A Fonl car was supplied the signal service and has 
been in operation since June. It has increased the efficiency 
of the service to a great extent, as it enables trouble calls to 
be remedied nuich quicker, especially at night. 

There are in use in the signal service 2 horses, 2 patrol 
wagons and 1 pung. 

During the year the wagons made 40,144 runs, covering 
an aggregate distance of 5S,94I miles. There were 33,6S7 
prisoners conveyetl to the station houses, 4,2S5 runs were 
made to take injured or insane persons to station houses, 
hospitals or their homes; and GSl runs were made to take 
lost children to station houses. There were 1,143 runs to 
fires and 3SS runs for liquor seiziu-es. During the year there 
were 50G signal boxes in use arranged on 72 battery circuits 
and 70 telephone circuits; 027,767 telephone messages and 
3,998,551 "on duty'' calls were sent over the lines. 



28 POLICE COMMISSIONER. (Jan. 

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



IS rigoal dc<-k5. 

72 circuits. 

506 street signal lx>xos. 

14 stable call boartls. 

81 test boxes. 

055 cells of balter>'. 

009,969 feet underground ctLIc. 

212,1-50 feel overhead cable. 



40,047 feet of duct. 
6.3 manholes. 
1 White truck. 
1 line wagon. 
1 express wagon. 
1 mugwump wagon. 
1 traverse pung. 
1 Ford touring car. 



IIahbou Service. 
The speeial duties performed hy the police of Division S, com- 
prising the harbor atnl tlie islan<ls therein, were as follows: — 

Value of property rccovcrcti, consL-fing of Ixwts, rigging, 

flfjat-~tiiges, etc S16,.35S 

Vessels from foreign pr>rts lx)anlc<l 681 

Vessels ordered from the channel 457 

Vessels removed from the ch.inncl by police steamers . 14 

Assistance rendoretJ vessels 107 

Assistance rendered wharfingers I 

Permits granted to discharge cargoes from vessels at anchor . 14 

Obstructions renioveti from clianncl 27 

Alarms of fire on tlic water fn)nt attended .... 19 

Boats challenge*! 702 

Sick and injured persons assisted 4 

Dead bodies recovered 19 

Dead bodies cared for 2 

Persons rescued from drowiiing 1 

Vessels assigned to anchorage 575 

Cases investigated 1,046 

The number of vessels that arrived in this port during the 
year was 7,4-30, 6,347 being from domestic ports, 40S from 
the British provinces, and GSI from foreign ports. Of the 
latter, 675 were steamers, 5 schooners and 1 motor vessel. 

A patrol service was maintained in Dorchester Bay from 
June 1 to October 14. The launches "Argus" and "Alert" 
cruised nightly, alternately from Castle Island to Xeponset 
bridge. Five arrests were made for breaking and entering 
motor boats; 3 arrests for larceny; 201 cases investigated; 
227 boats challenged; S2,000 worth of property recovered 



1922.] Pl'BLIC IXXniEXT — Xo. 40. 29 

and assistance rendered to 14 boats in distress by reason of 
disabled engines, stress of weather, etc., towing them with 
the persons on board to a place of safety. 

Horses. 
On the 30th of Xovemher, 1920, there were 39 horses in 
tlie service. During the year 4 were purchased, 5 humanely 
killed, 4 transferre*! to the public works department, 2 
transferred to the .'^tate Department of Health, and 1 was 
exchanged in trade. At the present time there are 35 in the 
service, as shown by Table IX. 

Vehicle SErnicE. 

.1 utdniobilfx. 
There are 47 automobiles in the service at the present 
time: ten at headquaiters: one at the house of detention, 
used as a woman's van and kept at Division 4; six in the 
city proper and attached to Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; four 
in the South Boston district, attached to Divisions 6 and 12; 
two in the East Boston district, attached to Division 7; four 
in the Roxbury district, attached to Divisions 9 and 10; two 
in the Dorchester district, attached to Division 11; two in 
the Jamaica Plain district, attached to Division 13; two in 
the Brighton district, attached to Division 14; one in the 
Charlestown district. attache<l to Division 15; two in the 
Back Bay and Fenway, attached to Division 16; two in 
the West Roxburj- district, attached to Division 17; two in 
the Hyde Park district, attached to Division 18; two in the 
3Iattapan district, attached to Division 19; one assigned for 
use of the traffic di\'isJon, and four unassigned. (See page 

Corf o] Runuinq Aulomz/hile?. 

Repairs .$14,070 S9 

Tires 5,782 50 

Gasoline 9,461 SI 

Oil 1,700 sr. 

Rent of garages 1,478 2.5 

License fees 218 00 

Total S32,712 .31 



30 POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 



Ambulances. 

The Department is equipped with combination automobiles 
(patrol and ambulance) located in Divisions 1, 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, IS and 19; also an ambulance 
located in Division 1. 

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

City Hospital 2,565 

City Hospital (Relief Station, Hajnnarket Square) . . 976 

City Hospital (Relief Station, East Boston dbtrict) ... 346 

Calls where sonices were not required 126 

Boston State Hospital 112 

Home 77 

.Massachusetts General Hospital 63 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital 50 

Morgue 36 

Carney Hospital 2.3 

Police station houses 23 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 10 

Forest Hills Hospital 6 

Public Health, United States Ser\'ic€ Hospital .... 4 

L\"ing-in hospital 2 

Beth Israel Hospital 1 

Brookline Hospital 1 

Des Brisay Hospital I 

Faulkner Hospital 1 

Sal\-ation .Ajniy Hospital 1 

St. Margaret's Hospital 1 

St. Mar\''s Infant .\svlum 1 



Total 4,426 



1922.] 



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31 



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Headquarters . . - 
Division 1 . . 1 
Division 2 . . - 
Di\-ision 3 . . 1 
Division 4 .1 
Division 5 . . 1 
Division 6 . . 1 
Division 7 . . 1 
Division 9 . . 1 
Di\-ision 10 . .1 
Division 11 . .1 
Division 12 . .1 
Division 13 . .1 
Division 14 .1 
Division 15 . .1 
Division 16 . .1 
Division 17 .1 

Divi^ion IS . . ■ \ 

i 
Division 19 . . j 1 

Traffic di\Tiion . - 

Joy Street stable . - 

I'nassigncd . .4 


_ 

2 


- 
3 


9 

1 


1 


1 


1 

3 


'2 


1 


1 
1 


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2 
3 
4 
5 

8 
2 
2 

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1 


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1 

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4 

1 
1 
1 
1 


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2 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
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4 
2 

4 
6 
8 
9 
1 
14 
5 
5 

3 

12 

4 


Totals . . . 21 2 

' 1 


3 -24 1 14 


2 


1 


2 33 

I 


12 


106 



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rOLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



Pinuc Carkiaces. 

During the year there were 1,4G5 carriage licenses grante<I, 
being an increase of 50 as compared with last year; 1,133 
motor carriages were licensed, being an increase of 41 com- 
parefl with last year. 

There have been 155 horse-drawn carriages licensed during 
the year. 

There were 86 articles, consisting of umbrellas, coats, hand- 
bags, etc., left in carriages during the year, which were 
turned over to the inspector; 24 of these were restored to the 
owners, and the balance placed in the custody of the lost 
property bureau. 

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



Xuml)er of applications for c.irri.ige Lccnscs received 

Number of carri-iRCs liccnsoti 

Xumbor of licenses trnnsferrc<l .... 

Number of licenses ciincclcd or revokc<l . 

Number of carriages in.'pected 

.\pplications for drivers' licenses rcporte<l upon 
Number of complaints .Tgainst drivers investigate*! 

Numl)er of warrants obtaine<l 

Number of days spent in court .... 
.Articles left in carriages reported by citizens 
Articles left in carriages reporteil by drivers . 
Drivers' applications for licenses rejccteil 



1,47.5 

1,4C5 

95 



1,465 
1,67.3 

11 
■i-> 

.34 
S6 
17 



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 licensetl 
carriages, and there have been issued in the year ending 
Xov. 30, 1921, 522 such special stands. 

Of these special stands there have been 10 canceled and 13 
transferred. 

Sightseeing A iiiomobilcs. 

During the year ending Xov. .30, 1921, there have been 
issued licenses for 29 sight-seeing automobiles and 22 special 
stands for them. There have been 52 chauffeurs' licenses 
granted. 



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33 



W.\Go.v Licenses. 

Licenses are panted to persons or corporations to set up 
and use trucks, wagons or other vehicles to convey mer- 
chandise from place to plac-e within the city for hire. 

During the year 5,119 applications for such licenses were 
received; 5,115 of these were granted and 4 rejected. 

Of these Hcenses, 61 were subsequently canceled for non- 
payment of license fee, 5 for other causes and 15 transferred 
to new locations. (See Tables XIV, XVI.) 



Llstixg Work i.\ Boston*, etc. 



MayCanna. ; 



Year. 



May Canvass. 



1903 






181,04.5 


1912' 




. 


214,178 


1004 






193,10.} 


1913' 






215,388 


1905 






104,.>47 


1914' 




• 


219,364 


190G 






195,446 


1915' 




- 


220,883 


1007 






195,000 


1016 . 




• 


_! 


lOOS 






201, iM 


1917' 






221,207 


1909 






201,.30l 


191S' 




■ 


224,012 


1910' 






203,603 


1919' 






227,466 


1011' 






200,825 


1920' 






235,248 


1 


Chan 


ged to April 


I. 


= Listing dc 


ne bj 


assess* 


srs. 



The following shows the total number of persons listed in 
April of the present year: — 

Male 235,758 

Female 245,025 

Total 480,783 



34 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jnii. 



Linting Expenses. 
Tlic cxponscM of listing residents, not including the services 
rendered l)y nuMnhers of the police force, were as follows: — 

rrintiiiK S48,6S7 70 

CIcricnl K-n ice 28,130 00 

Stationery 2,3S3 09 

Iiitcrjireters 350 03 

Teaming 10 00 

Total 879,507 42 



Al)ril 1 .... ' 


. 1,273 


April 2 


. 1,201 


April 4 


. 1,024 


April J 


717 


April li 


. 315 


A])ril 7 


34 



I'oi.icK WoKK o.\ JcRY Lists. 
The police department, under the provisions of chapter 
34S, Acts of 1907, assisted the Election Commissioners in 
ascertaining; the qualifications of persons proposetl for jury 
service. Tlic police findings in 1921 may be summarized as 
follows: — 



1*21. 



Dead, or could not \k found in Boston 
I'livsically incaiiacitatcd 
Con\"ictcd of crime .... 
I'lifit for variou.-i reasons 
.Aljjwreiitly fit 



1,7GS 

233 

151 

5S7 

10,312 

13,051 



1922.1 PUBLIC DOCniEXT — No. 49. 35 



Special Police. 

Special police officers are appointed to .serve vrithout pay 
from the city, on a written aj)])lication 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 mis- 
conduct of the person appointed. 

During the year ending Xov. 30, 1921, there were 1,614 
special police officers appointed; 6 applications for appoint- 
ment were refuscil for cause and 2 revoked. 

Appointments were made on aj)plications received, as fol- 
lows : — 

From United St.itos government 63 

From State departments IS 

From city departments 391 

From county of Suffolk 16 

From niilrond corpfjrations 173 

From otlicr corporations or associations 700 

From theatres and other places of amusement .... 222 

From private institutions 21 

From churches 10 

Total 1,614 

Railuoad Police. 
There were 94 persons appointed railroad policemen during 
the year.- — 44 of whom were employees of the Boston & 
Elaine Railroad and 50 of the Xew York. New Haven & 
Hartford Railroad. 

MiSCELLAXEOl S LlCEXSE-S. 

The total number of applications for miscellaneous licenses 
received was 23,594, of these, 23, ISO were granted, of which 
130 were canceled for nonpayment, leaving 23,050. During 
the year 155 licenses were transferred, 703 canceled, 22 re- 
voked and 40S applications were rejected. The officers 
investigated 2S0 complaints arising under these licenses. 
The fees collected and paid into the city treasurj- amounted 
to SG2,20S.75. (See Table XIV.) 



36 



POLICE CO.MMISSIOXEU. 



[Jan. 



MvsiciAXs' Licenses. 

Itinerant. 

During the year there were 100 applications for itinerant 
musicians' licenses receive<I, 9S of which were granteii. Seven 
licenses were subsequently canceletl on account of nonpay- 
ment of the license fee. 

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

During the year 55 instruments were inspected, with the 
following results: — 



Kind or Ixbtucmcxt. 



1 N'umfjer 


\umbrr 


X limber 


1 inapcKKd. 


paMnl. 


rrjecHHi. 


31 


27 


4 


8 


5 


3 


2 


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1 


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1 


1 


- 


3 


3 


- 


2 


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1 


1 




1 


1 


- 




.5 




55 


4S 


7 



Street pianos 
Hand organs 
\lolins 
Harps 
Flutes 
Accordions 
Giiitarri 
Banjos 
Mandolins 
Bagpipes . 
Totals 



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37 



Collect ite. 

Collective musicians' licenses are granted to bands of 
persons over sixteen 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: — 



Year. 


Applications. 


Granted. 


Rejected. 


1917 


265 


265 


- 


191S 


•225 


224 
220 


1 


1919 


224 


4 


1920 


SOS 


308 


- 


1921 


294 


292 


2 



C.^KRYI.VG D.WGEROrS We.\POXS. 

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, the 
number refused and the number revoked: — 



Yeam. 


Appljcationa. 


Granted. 


Rejected. 


Rei-oked. 


1917 .... 


2,719 


2,5S3 


136 


- 


191S .... 


2,463 


2,374 


89 


3 


1919 .... 


5,006 


4,539 


467 


4 


1920 .... 


2,793 


2,4S1 ■ 


312 


4 


1921 .... 


3,190 


2,S43 


347 


4 



• Fee o( 12 established, effective iUy I, 193) .2,420 licenses issued at 12). 



3S 



POLICE COMMISSIONKH. 



(Jan. 



Prnuc LoDoixc Horsn'i. 
The following; shows the numhtr of i)ublic lodnini; houses 
licensed by the Police Commissionir umlcr chapter 242 of the 
Acts of 1904 during the year, the location of each house and 
the number of lodgers a'ccommo<ljtted: — 



LOCATIOX. 


Number 
lodtxl. 


1 ~ •.,.» Number 
'-«»"<" lodted. 


19 Ciusejriy Street . 
141 Commrrrul Street 
l»t CommerrUI Street 


U.UI 
XtMi 


I» Kliot Street 
lOSI Wuhincum Mreet 
Wi WuhiDfton guvel 

Tnlal 


M.72S 
M.K7 
3I~( 


31 Commrrriil Street 
ir Davis Street 


ax.in 



PeXSIOXS and nKXEHTS. 

On Dec. 1, 1920, there were 243 pensioners on the roll. 
During the year 9 dictl, viz., 2 deputy superintendents, 1 
lieutenant, 4 patrolmen, 1 lineman and 1 painter; and 27 
were added, viz., 1 deputy superintendent, I captain, 2 ser- 
geants, 16 patrolmen, 1 chief matron, ] assistant chief 
matron, 1 signal man, 2 linemen and the widows of Patrol- 
men Bray and Cuneo, leaving 2CI on the roll at date, 229 
men and 32 women. 

The payments on account of pensions during the past year 
amounted to SIW,3S0..51, and it is cstimatc-d that $202,007.41 
will be required for pensions in 1922. This tloes not include 
pensions for 2 captains, 1 inspector, 1 sergeant and 8 patrol- 
men, all of whom are sixty-five or over, ami are entitled to 
be pensioned on account of age and term of service. 

The invested fund of the police charitable fund on the 
thirtieth day of November last amounted to .$207,550. There 
are 02 beneficiaries at the present time, ami there has been 
paid to them the sum of $6,741.32 during the past year. 

The invested fund of the Police Relief .Association on the 
thirtieth day of November was $208,470.83. 



1922.] PUBLIC DOCL'MENT — Xo. 49. 39 



FlNANXIAL. 

The total expenditures for poliee purposes during tlie past 
year, including the pensions, house of detention, station house 
matrons anrl listing persons twenty years of age or more, but 
exclusive of the maintenance of the police signal service, 
were S3,SG7,S:0..37. (See Table XVII.) 

The total revenue paiil into the city treasury from fees 
from licenses over which the police have supervision, for the 
sale of unclaimed and condemne<l property, uniform cloth, 
etc., was S(;8,.yj2.02. (See Table XIV.) 

The cost of maintaining the police signal service during the 
year was ^S2,.')0.3..JG. (See Table XVIII.) 



40 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 49. 



43 



Table III. 

Lisl nf Officers rclircd during the. )V/r, i;tring Vic Age nt the Tir?ic of 
Rdircincnl and the \umbcr of Yinm' Service of Enrji. 



Name. 


Caus« oi Rrtimnent. 


Alt it 

Timeol 
Itetire- 

menl 
(Yea«>. 


Veam of 
rierrice. 


Thomas Connor 


Age 


M 


as 


George H. Dickinson 




Incaijacitatcl 


.53 


21 


Robert Ferris . 




Incaittcitaterl 


.52 


! 21 


Alljert F. Gould 




IncapacitaterJ 


.50 


i .34 


Ida E. Hall ' . 




IncapacitatfJ 


1-2 


IS 


Charles K. Hilton . 




Age 


m 


1 .34 


Lawrence T. Kane . 




Age 


66 


37 


Otis F. Kimball 




Age 


6.5 


42 


Jeremiah Mackey ■ . 




Age 


62 


i5 


Michael. I. Murphy' 




Age 


70 


26 


Andrew H. McCarthy 




Age 


64 


.38 


Herbert I. Nitkerson 




Age 


61 


.^3 


Arthur J. Putnam 




Age . . . 


fV) 


27 


i^tcphcn J. Rafferty 




Incapacitate*] 


.56 


27 


.lohn J. Rcilly . 




Incapacitated 


61 


.36 


Fred W. Seavey 




Age 


61 


.3S 


Edward W. Sprague 




Age 


eo 


.33 


William J. .^hea 




Incapacitated 


.57 


26 


.lames P. Sullivan 




Age . . . 


6-3 


V> 


Walter R. Sweet ' . 




Age 


69 


.32 


John P. Walsh 




Incapacitated 


52 


23 


Amelia B. Wiite * . 




Age 


76 


2.5 


Edward J. White . 




Age 


CO 


.^3 


John A. Wragg 




Age 


62 


29 


Thomas York . 




Incapacitated 


5-5 


21 


* .\«istant chief matron 
' Linemen, police signal 


sen-ice 


• Cliirf matron. 


ic« sicnaJ mr 


rice. 



44 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



Table IV. 

Lift of Oficcrs who xrcre promoled above the Rank of Patrolman during 
the Year ending Sov. 30, 1021. 



D*i«. 



Name and Hank. 



June 3. 1921 
Mar. 4, 1921 
Apr. 12, 1921 
Apr. 12, 1921 
Jan. 14, 1921 
Apr. 12, 1921 
Apr. 12, 1921 
Feb. 11, 1921 
Dec. 31, 1920 
Dec 31, 1920 
Mar. 9, 1921 
Oct. 7, 1921 
Aug. 26, 1921 
Oct. 7, 1921 
May 6, 1921 



Capt. Thomas C. Evans to the rank of deputy super- 
intendent. 
Lieut. Perley C. Kneeland to the rank of captain. 

Lieut. James McDentt to the rank of captain. 

Sergt. John M. .\jiderson to the rank of lieutenant. 

Sergt. James Laffey to the rank of lieutenant. 

Patrolman Ilarrj- R. Butler to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Gardner ^L Da\is to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman TTiomas H. Flaherty to the rank of ser- 
geant. 
Patrolman James J. GiUen to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman William Macbeth to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Hugh F. Marston to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Peter J. Norton to the rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman William C. ^L Tilton to the rank of ser- 
geant. 

Patrolman James H. Waldron to the rank of ser- 
geant. 

Patrolman William D. Walsh to the rank of sergeant. 






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45 



Table X. 

X umber of .^ fen in Active Service al the End of the Prcsod Year who 
were ajipoinlal on the Force in the Y'ear stiitfit. 





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Table XVII. 
Finnticinl Slnlcmctit for (lie Ycnr ending Xov. 30, 1021. 

ExPEXDITrRES. 

Pav of police and employees S3,22S,033 15 

Pensions . . . . ' 194,380 51 

Fuel and light 54,573 92 

Water and ice 1,021 36 

Furniture and bedding 7,641 76 

Printing and stationery 29,208 04 

Care and cleaning station houses and city prison . . 13,902 14 

Repairs to station houses and city prison . . 31,869 90 

Repairs and supplies for police steamers . . . 25,699 74 '. 

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Purchase of horses and vehicles 13,093 65 ] 

Care and keeping of horses, harnesses and vehicles . 9,284 23 

Care and repair of automobiles 29,766 95 

Transportation of prisoners, sick and insane persons . 408 10 

Feeding prisoners 2,821 36 

Medical attendance on prisoners 5,355 10 

Transportation 3,012 87 

Pursuit of criminals 7,780 80 

Cloth for unifoniis and uniform caps .... 69,215 67 

Badges, buttons, clubs, belts, insignia, etc. . . . 12,602 13 

Traveling expenses and food for police .... 1,09397 

Rent of buildings 15,156 00 

Legal ser\-ices and architect's plans .... 8,746 44 

Music for police parade 310 00 

Total S3,773,454 13 

Expenses of listing 79,567 42 

Expenses of house of detention and station house 

matrons 14,848 82 

Expen.ses of signal service (see Table XVIII) . . 82,503 56 

Total 83,950,373 93 

Receipts. 

For all licenses issued by the Police Commissioner . .S3S,413 75 

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carriage maps, etc 4,437 06 

For dog licenses (credited to sciiool department) . . 23,795 00 



Total §66,645 81 

For uniform cloth, etc. . . " S04 87 

Money received on account of miscellaneous items . 1,051 34 

Total $68,502 02 



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Table XVI 1 1. 

PafmatU on Account of the Signal Service during Uic Year ending Xor. 

30. 1021. 



Labor S.»,572 30 

Har, grain, hhoeing, etc 4,351 81 

Rent xad care of building.-* 5,463 14 

Repaira to buildings 426 73 

PurdtMe of horses, harnesses and vehicles .... 7,079 32 

Repairing wagons, hnmesse«, etc 17,637 93 

Fuel, Bght and water 1,514 26 

^^GsoSaneou-a, car fares, etc 713 43 

SignaBpg apparatus, repairs and supplies therefor 9,719 63 

Underground mrcs 5,022 25 

Printia^ statiouer\', etc 70 

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INDEX 



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Accidents 24.85,87 


caused by automobile 




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persons killed or injured by. in streets 


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number of, reported . 






24 


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30 


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16 


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for offences against chastity, morality 


etc. . 




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for drunkenness 






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foreigners .... 






17, 60-79 


minors ..... 






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nativity of ... . 






19 


nonrc.'iidents .... 






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number of. by divisions 






59 


number of, punished by fine 






. 17, 19 


on warrants .... 






17, 60-79 


summoned by court . 






17, 60-79 


total number of . . . 






. 16,80 


violation of cit.v ordinance* 






. 19, 71 


without warrants 






17, 60-79 


.\uctioneers ..... 






81 


Automobiles ..... 




. 20, 


29. 32. S5-S7 


accidents due to . . . 






20, 85-87 


police ..... 






31 


public ..... 






32 


sight-seeing .... 






. 32. 81 



B. 



Benefits and pensions 
Bertillon system 
Bill submitted 
Buildings 

dangerous, reported . 

found open and made secure 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation 



38 
17 
14 
24 
24 
24 
17 



c. 



Carriages, public ..... 


32 


articles left in . 


32 


automobile ..... 


32 


number licensed .... 


. 32.81 


Cases investigated ..... 


. IS. 24, 26. 28 


Cesspools, defective, reporteil . 


24 



92 INDEX. 



PACE 

ChxxiSmn 32. 81 

Chiidm 20. 24. 25 

abandoned, cared for ........ 21 

lost, rtnlorcd .......... 2.1 

Chimnrj-*, dangerous, reported ....... 24 

Citjr ocdinances, nrrcsts for violation of ...... 10,71 

CIsiiiM. iruijoctor of ........ . 20 

CtiDertire mu>icians ......... 37, 81 

Commxtments . . . . . 10, 20 

rom^Jainti 3j, 53, 81 

a«ain.>t police officer* . . 63 

•cxmst miscellancou* IiecnM>s ....... 35, 81 

Coort* 17. IS. 20. 00-78 

San imposed hy . . 17, 80 

tuzmber of days' attendance at. Iiy officers . 17, IS, 20, 20. 80 

number of persons »ummone<l liy ...... 17 

Crinuaal Investigation, Rureaii of ...... . 17 

arrerts by 18 

fi»Cn'-pnnt syftem ......... 18 

idatificalion room ......... 17 

pixXACT'aphs . 17, 18 

rrcords ........... 18 

CrJTniml vork .......... 80 

eocDparative stutement of ....... . SO 

D. 

DaDcmas weapons ......... 37 

De»d br>lie«. care<i for 24, 28 

rttorerod 24. 28 

Deaths 20, 85-87 

bj- »«ident. suicide, etc. ........ 20 

d police officers ......... 10,42 

nefkartBient, police ......... 15 

Dirtribotion of force . . 10, 40 

Distorfaancei suppressed ......... 25 

Dots 20.81,82,83 

UBmont received for lieea''OS for .81,83 

damage done by ........ . 20 

nmber licensed ......... 81,82 

I>Tiv«i^ hackney carriage ........ 32, 81 

DrowwBc persons rescued from ....... 25. 28 

Dnmlcsmess 17, 19, 20, 72 

arrests for, per day ......... 17 

ioreisners arrested for ........ 17, 72 

in numt>er of arrtr>ts for ...... 17, 19 

adents arrested for ........ 17, 72 

tofal number of arrest* for ....... 19, 72 

1 committed for ........ 20 



E. 

Employees of the Department . . . . . . . 15, 40 

Events, s^iecial .......... 21 

Ezpenefitures 39, S3, 84 

Extra duties performed hy officers . . . . . IS, 25 



INDEX. 



93 



Firianrial .... 

cxi»onfiiturcs 

hou!* of detention . 

fK-nsions .... 

receipts .... 
miscellaneous licence fees 

signal scnice . 
Fines ..... 

amount of . . . 

average amount of 

nrimljer punished by 
Fineer-print system 
Fire alanrj-s .... 

defective, reported 

nunil<er given . 

nuniljer on water front attended 
Fire* ..... 

extinguished 

on water front attended 
Foreigners, number arrested 
Fugjiives from justice 



39, 
39, 



35, 
.39, 
1", 
1", 



24. 



S3, 84 

83,84 

39,83 

38,83 

39, 83 

81,83 

83,84 

19.80 

19,80 

17,80 

19 

18 

25,28 

24 



:io 



28 
28 
2.5 
28 
60-79 
IS 



naming, illegal 



G. 



73 



H. 

Hackney carriage drivers ........ 32, SI 

Hackney carriages .......... 32, 81 

Hand carts ........... SI 

Harbor senice, special duties performed ...... 2S 

'*.\rgus'* and ".\lert" in commission . ..... 28 

Horses 29, 5S 

distribution of ......... 58 

number in ser\icc ......... 29, 58 

purchased .......... 29 

House of detention ......... 26, S3 

H'>use of ill fame, keeping ........ 26, 68 

H.vdrant.', defective, reported ........ 25 



Identification room 










17 


Iri.prisonment .... 
j»ersons sentenced to 










IS, 20, SO 
20 


total years of . 










IS. 20, SO 


Inrr.mc ...... 

In'ruests held .... 










. 39,83 
20 


In*ane f*rsons taken in charge 










. 20, 25 



94 IXDEX. 

PAce 

Injjyotor of claims ......... 2< 

cn.'cs investigated ......... 2C 

Intoxirated persona assisted ........ 25 

Itinerant musicians ......... 37, bl 

J. 

Junk collectors .......... M 

Junk shop keef>ers .......... SI 

Jur>- lists, police «-ork on ........ Zt 



L, 

Lamps, defective, reported ........ 25 

Licenses, miscellaneous ......... S-j. M 

Lilting, police ......... 3."?, Zi. 88 

expenses of ..■•..... . ^. 83 

number listed .......... 33, 88 

numlx-r of policemen employed in ..... . ."M 

Lodgers at station houses ........ 20 

Lodging houses, public ......... 3S, 81 

applications for licenses ........ 38, SI 

authority to license ......... 38 

location of ...■■■... - 38 

number of persons lodged in ...... . 38 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property ...... 21.81 



M. 

Medic.ll examiners' assistants ........ 20 

cases on which in'juests were held ...... 20 

causes of death ......... 20 

Minors, number arrested ....... 17, CO- 79 

Miscellaneous business ......... 24 

Miscellaneous licenses ......... 3.5, 81 

amount of fees collected for ....... 3i>, 81 

complaints investigated ........ 35. 81 

number canceled and revoked ....... 35. 81 

number issued ......... 3-5, 81 

number transferred ......... 3-5, 81 

Missing persons .......... 23, 24 

age and sex of ......... . 24 

number found .......... 23 

number reported ......... 23 

Musicians, collective ......... 37, 81 

Musicians, itinerant ......... 34, 81 

applications for licenses ........ 36, 81 

instruments inspected ........ 36 

instruments passed ......... 36 



X. 

Nativity of persons arrested ........ 19 

Nonresident offenders ........ 17, CO-79 



INDEX. 



95 



0. 



Offences ..... 

against chastil.v, morality, etc. . 
against license laws . 
against the person 
against propert.v, malicious 
against property, with violence . 
against property, without violence 
forger>' and against currency 
miscellaneous .... 
recapitulation .... 



PAGE 

17, 60-79 
17, 67, 78 
17, 66. 78 
17, 60, 78 
17, 65, 78 
17, 62, 78 
17, 63, 78 
17. 65, 78 
17, 69, 78 
78 



Parks, public .... 

accidents reported in 
Pawnbrokers ..... 

Pensions and benefits 

estimates for pensions 
number of persons on rolls 
payments on account of 
Police ...... 

railroad ..... 

special ..... 

Police charitable fund, number of Ijcncfici: 
Police department .... 

distribution of ... 

horses in use in . . . 

how constituted 
officers appointed 
absent sick 

arrests by ... 

complaints against 
date appointed . 
detailed, speci.il events 
died .... 

discharged 

injured .... 

promoted .... 

resigned .... 

retired .... 

transferred to .State Department 
vehicles in use in . . . 

work of . 
Police listing ..... 

Police Relief .Association, invested fund of 
Police signal serA-ice 

co.st of maintenance ... 
miscellaneous work . 
l>ayments on account of 
propert.v of ... . 

signal fx>xes .... 

Prisoners, nativity of . . . 



15 



16, 



33, 



27, 39, 
39, 



S5-87 

85-S7 

25, 81 

38.83 

38 

38 

38, S3 

35 

35 

35 

38 

15 

15,40 

29, 58 

15 

16 

52 

16, 59 

53 

45 

21 

16, 42 

16, 46 

16 

44 

16, 46 

38, 43 

51 

29,31 

16 

34, 88 

38 

83, 84 

83,84 

27 

39,84 

28 

27 

19 



9G 



INDEX. 



Property ..... 

lost, abandoned and stolon 

recovered .... 

sale of condemned 

stolen ..... 

taken from prisoners and lodgers 
Public cnrriaRes .... 
Public lodging houses 



IS 



20, 



rucr, 

1.28. 30, 60. SI, h3 
. 21, K3 
20. 2«. W> 
;<9, 81. M 
1», 20, hO 
20 
32 
. 3>i. M 



R. 



Railroad police 

Receipts 

Revolvers 

licenses to carr>' loadol 



3.; 

37, hi 
37, hi 



S. 



Second-hand arficlen 
Sewers, defective, reported 
Sick and injured f>eri»on« a*-*i*ted 
.Sickness, absence on account of 
•Sight-seeing automobiles 
■Signal service, police 
Special events 
Special police 
Station houses 

lodgers at 

witnesses detained at 
Stolen property 

recovered 

value of . 

Street railways, conductors and motormeii 
Streets .... 

accidents reported in 

defective, reported 

obstructions removed 



licensed 



13 



27. 39, 



Ih, 

18, 



81 

2.', 

25. -JH 

52 

32. hi 

S3. h4 

21 

3.> 

20 

2U 

20. 2.5 

20, SO 

20, SO 

20,80 

81 

So-87 

85-S7 

25 

25 



Teams 



stray, put up . 



25 
25 



U. 



Used car licenses 



81 



Vehicles .... 

ambulances 

automobiles 

in use in police department 

public carriages 

wagons .... 
Vessels ..... 



29. 30. 31 
30 
29 

31 

. 32. 81 

3.3, SI, 82 

28 



INDEX. 



W. 

Wagons .... 

number luon-^od !►>* (Ii\'isions 

tot.il nurritKT liccn>c*I 
Water piiK^, <lcfcctivc. rci>ortod 
Water running to waste reportoil 
Weapons, dariRcrous 
Witnesses .... 

fees earT»<f I by officers as . 

niimlKT of (lays' attendance at court hy officers as 

numljer of, detained at station hou.-os 
Women committed to House of Detention 





PAGE 


33 


S1.S2 




82 




33,81 




25 




25 




37 


20 


25,80 


17, 


20, SO 


17, 


20, SO 




20.25 




26 



% 



Pablic Document No. 49 



die Commontoeaiti) of ^a00aci)uie(ett0 



ANNUAL REPORT 



POLICE COMMISSIONER 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Year ending November 30, 1922 




BOSTON 

WRIGHT & POTTER PRINTING (X)., STATE PRINTERS 

32 DERNE STREET 



'-— "'-/•'.•'■■■-*V^>'-^--'''-*a:: W^'»-i* ^-JL- -JC~Ht j w' . i.J : .i:a. ^- ii** » » ^ Jfcslr 



PCBLICATION or THIS DoCTVENT 
APPROVED BT THE 

CoioiissiON o.v Adiuxistratiox A.VD Finance. 



- — -'—:*»*•■ -T": • 



e- 



^ 



CONTENTS. 



PAOB 

In Memoriam ........... 6 

Letter to Governor .7 

Relative to the liquor problem ....... 8 

Relative to carrying guns, pistols, etc 9 

Traffic 10 

Relative to housing accommodations . . . . . .11 

The Department .13 

The Police Force 13 

Signal service ... . ..... .13 

Employees of the Department ....... 13 

Recapitulation .......... 13 

Distribution and changes ........ 14 

Police officers injured while on duty ..... .14 

Work of the Department 14 

Arrests ........... 14 

Drunkenness . . . • . • ■ . . . 15 

Bureau of Criminal Investigation ....... 15 

Officer detailed to assist medical examiners .18 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property ....... 19 

Special eveula ........... 19 

Missing persons ^ ' 

Miscellaneous business ......... 22 

Inspector of daims .......... 23 

House of detention .......... 24 

Police signal service .......... 24 

Signal boxes .24 

Miscdlaneous work . • . ... . .24 

Harbor service ........... 26 

Horses ............ 27 

Vehicle service ........... 27 

|, Automobiles .27 

SC, Ambulances .......... 28 

|»: List of vehicles used by the Department 29 

f^- Public carriages .30 

^' Sight-eeong automobilea ........ 30 

^ Wagon licenses .31 

^ Listing work in Boston, etc ........ 31 

T.ist.ing expenses .......... 32 

Number of policemen employed in listing ..... 32 

Police work on jury lists ......... 32 

Si>eciBl police ........... 33 

Railroad police ........... 33 

Miscellaneous licenses . . . . • . • .33 

Musicians' licenses .......... 34 

Itinerant . . . .34 

CoUectire 35 

Carrying dangerous weapons ........ 35 

Public lodging houses 3S 



!i 



CONTENTS. 



rAOB 

Pensioiu and benefits ......... 36 

Financial ............ 37 

Statistical tables: — 

Distribution of Police Force ....... 38 

List of police oflScers in active service who died .... 40 

List of officer* retired ......... 41 

List of officer* promoted ........ 42 

Number of men in active serWce ....... 44 

Officers dischar(e<l and resigned ....... 45 

Number of days' absence from duly by reason of sickness . 49 

CompUiints acainst officers ........ 50 

Number and distribution of horse* ...... 54 

Number of arrests by police division* ...... 55 

.\iTests and offences ......... 56 

Age and sex of persons arrested ....... 76 

Comparative statement of police criminal work .... 77 

Licenses of all das-ocs issued ....... 78 

Dog licen.»es issued ......... 80 

Wagon license* issued ......... 80 

Financial statement ..... 81 

Pa>incnts on account of signal service ... .82 

-Accidents ........... 83 

Male and female residents listed ....... 87 



3n itlcmoriam. 



Hon. Kdwin Upt-.n Curtis, Police Commissioner for th^: city of 
Borton. died at his home, 131 Bay State Road, at 2.30 p.m., March 
■2">. K'22. of vahiilar hc.irt trouble. 

-Mr. Curtis was lorn in Roxburj-, Mass., March 26, 1S61. Receiv- 
ing hi- early education in the Ro.xbun.' grammar and Latin .schools 
and al-r) in a private school at Farmington, ^^e., he entered Bowdoin 
College in the fall c: 1S7S, graduating in the class of 1SS2 with the 
degree of A.B. In lvs.5 he received the degree of A.M., and in 1914 
the degree of LL.D. from the same college. From 1S97 to 1012 he 
.served a;? overseer o:' the college, and as trustee of the college from 1912 
until hl-i death. 

Mr. Curtis was admitted to the .Suffolk Bar in 1SS5, and formed a 
law partnership wiih William Gardner Reed under the firm riame of 
Reed A: Curtis. 

He i-ar!\- tiKik an interest in politics and became Secretar.* of the 
Rc;)ul)lican City C<'mmittee in ISSS. In 1SS9 he became city clerk 
of Bo-ton, and held that position two years, after which he resumed 
the i)rofes--ion of law and built up a large practice. In 1S94 he received 
the Republican nomination for mayor and was elected by a plurality 
of more than 2,500. 

In I'^OO he became a member of the Metropolitan Park Commission 
and >er\-ed in that oSce until Oct. 1, 1S97, when he resigned to become 
the Republican can^iidate for mayor. He was reappointed a member 
of the Metropolitan Park Commission on May 26, 1S9S, and .¥er\ed 
in that office continuously under successive reappointments until his 
appointment as Police Commissioner. In 1906 he was appointed 
A.— i.-tant United Slates Treasurer in Boston, and held tfiit office 
until H<00, when he became collector of the Port of Boston, which 
po.-ition he occupied for four years. He was elected and serv-ed as a 
delegate to the ConKitutional Convention of 191S and 1919. 

On the death of Pohce Commissioner Stephen O'Meara, Mr. Curtis 
was appointed to that office by Governor McCall, and on Dec. 30, 
191S, tfxik the oath of office. 



€t)c Commonlucaltf) of Q^assacbusetts 



REPORT. 



HEADQUAHTEnS OF THE PoLICE DtPAnTMENT, 

Office of the Police Commissiover. 29 Pemberton' Square, 
Boston, Dcr. 1, VJ22. 

To IIi^ Kxcellciicy Channing 11. Cox, Curcnior. 

Yorii KxCELLF.NCv: — ^ As Police Commissioner for the 
city of Boston I have the lionor to present, in compliance 
with the provisions of cliapter 291 of the Acts of the year 
][H)C>, a report of the Police Department for the year ending 
Nov. .30, 1922. 

On March 2S. 1922, the Police Department suffered a 
j:reat loss in the sudden and unexpected death of the lion. 
Kdwin I'. Curtis, Police Commissioner for the city of Boston. 
Desjjite }:reat ojjposition and while not in the best of health, 
he pursued a course which he believed to be for the best 
interests of Boston, and produced a young, active and 
vigorous Police Department, the equal of any police force 
in any municipality in the United States. Untiring work in 
the building up of a practically new police force for the city 
<>{ Boston gradually undermined his health, and after many 
years f)f \aluablc service to his city. State and country he 
was suddenly stricken when about to reap the reward of his 
labor. 

On April .3, 1922, I assumed control of a Police Depart- 
ment which had then been raised to a high degree of ef- 
ficiency through unsparing and unselfish sacrifice on the part 
<jf Mr. Curtis. 



rOLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 



Rei.atm"e to the Liqior Problkm. 
The enforcement of the prohibition amendment to-<lay is 
of as great and vital importance as it was when the prohibi- 
tion amendment went into effect three years ago. The 
action of the electorate of Massachusetts in the State elec- 
tion on November 7 in rejecting chapter 427 of the Acts 
of 1922, which was an act to carry into effect, so far as 
f; the Commonwealth of Massachusetts was concerned, the 

Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United 
States, has a tendencj' to impede and hamjser the effective 
enforcement by the Police Department of this prohibition 
amendment. 

Under General Laws, chapter 138, section 75, a police 
officer may arrest without warrant "any person whom he 
finds in the act of illegally . . . transporting . . . intoxicating 
liquor." There is, however, no statute now defining the 
I offense of illegally transporting intoxicating liquor, the 

j existing provisions of law having been omitted when chap- 

1 ter 138 was enacted. If, therefore, those provisions as to 

I transportation, as found in Revised Laws, chapter 100, and 

I subsequent acts in addition and amendment thereto, are 

I put back upon the statute books, with such changes as are 

1 necessary in view of the present situation, it will enable the 

j police substantially to curtail the activities of the so-called 

! "bootlegger." 

To-day in Boston we find ourselves in an unfortunate 
situation, with numerous appeals from the district courts of 
convictions of violations of the liquor laws increasing the 
! size of the docket of the Criminal Superior Court for Suffolk 

County, and the district attorney for that county practically 
forced to dispose of these cases by fines, although many of 
them are appeals from prison sentences of the lower court. 
E.xperience shows that trial by jury of these liquor appeal 
cases is not successful. Jail sentences are very rarely given 
in the State court for violations of the liquor law. 

For the year ending Nov. 30, 1922, this Department 
made 359 prosecutions in the State court and 17 in the 
United States court for violations of the various drug laws, 
and for the same period, not including arrests for drunken- 



1923.] PUBLIC DOCUIMENT — No. 49. 9 

ness, 3,371 prosecutions in the State court and 93 in the 
United States court, a total of 3,464 cases for violations of 
the liquor law, as compared to a total of 2,199 cases prose- 
cuted for violations of the liquor law for the year ending 
Nov. 30, 1921. 

REL-^xm: TO the Carrying of Guns, Pistols .vxd Con- 
cealed Weapons. 
In the matter of granting permits for the carrying of 
firearms, the law which our Legislature passed last year in 
order to safeguard the citizens of this Commonwealth from 
irresponsible persons carrying guns and pistols is being 
circumvented and evaded, and unless immediate steps are 
taken to have Congress pass a uniform act restiicting and 
limiting the sale and advertisement for sale of revolvers and 
weapons of self-defense, small headway in the matter of 
preventing vicious and irresponsible persons from obtaining 
deadly weapons will have been effected, inasmuch as mail 
order houses with places of business outside of this Common- 
wealth are offering for sale firearms absolutely without 
restriction. 

Under the present system in this State of granting permits 
to carry firearms, an unnaturalized person can obtain a 
j>ermit to carry a pistol or revolver. In my opinion no such 
permit should ever be given to an unnaturalized person, 
although it must be granted that many of our unnaturalized 
residents are of a fine tj-pe. In addition, I am of the opinion 
that under no circumstances should a permit ever be granted 
to a minor, or to any person who has been convicted of a 
felony, or as a user or purveyor of drugs. Under the present 
law it is a criminal offence to sell a firearm to a minor 
under fifteen years of age. This law should be changed so 
that it is a criminal offence to sell, offer to sell, or furnish 
firearms to a minor. 

I believe that a statute should be passed by the next 
Legislature punishing a person who commits or attempts to 
commit a crime, while armed with a firearm and with no 
permit to carry the same, with imprisonment for not less 
than two and one-half years nor more than five years in the 
State Prison in addition to the sentence given for the 



10 rOLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

punihhmc-nt of the crime for wliich lie was arrested; and 
also that there should he a statute passed that if any person 
while arineil with a pistol or revolver with no permit to 
earry the same either eommits or attempts to commit a 
felony, the fact that he had no permit to earry the revolver 
or firearm sluiuld he considered as jiriina facie evidence of 
his intention to commit the felony for which he was ap>- 
preheniled. 

In my of)inion to check the lawlessness, viciousness and 
crime which are sweef)inp the country, strenuous effort 
should he marie to make it impossible for a i)erson of vicious 
or irresponsihie temperament to obtain a firearm, and in 
addition it should Ih? made so serious a crime to carry a 
firearm without a jn-rmit that there will be considerable 
hesitancy on the part of any individual to carry a firearm 
unlawfully. 

In relation to the law of carrying concealed weapons, this 
law should be changed so as to prevent any person from 
carrying a pistol or revolver concealed in any vehicle without 
a permit for such firearm, and a more severe punishment 
should be gi\'cri for a \'iolation of the same. 

Tn.\Fnc. 

The problem of the orderly regulation of automobile 
traffic in the city of Boston presents a most serious question. 
When the yearly increase in the number of automobiles, both 
for pleasure and business purposes, is compared with the 
permanency of the width of the streets of Boston, the ir- 
refutable conclusion is that there is an imperative need of 
an increase in the number of policemen for traffic duty, and 
the creation of suitable sites for parking purposes. Once the 
parking problem in Boston is solved, congestion of traffic 
will be eliminated. 

Regulation of pedestrian traffic is as important a problem 
and requires as much intensive study as the matter of guid- 
ing and directing vehicular traflfic. 

During my incumbency in office I have been the recipient 
of numerous demands from merchants, school authorities 
and other sources for traffic officers at various crossings in 



1923.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 11 

order to safeguard pedestrians using the same. I regret 
that I have been unable to comply with these requests in 
many instances. I have had several conferences with His 
Honor Mayor Curley relative to an increase of patrolmen in 
this Department to the number of at least one hundred, 
and he agrees with me that the situation as regards traffic 
conditions alone warrants such an increase, and that the 
only reason why he cannot grant my request at once is 
because of the financial condition of the city. At one of 
these conferences it was suggested that if the cities of the 
Commonwealth could, by an act of the Legislatiu«, seciu^ 
part of the moneys now collected from registration fees or 
from a tax on gasoline, if such a tax is imposed, a part of 
such funds thus collected could be applied to the cities and 
towns of the Commonwealth to care for traffic conditions. 
In the event of such legislation being passed, the mayor 
has signified his willingness to concur with me in my recom- 
mendation. I am of the opinion that this request has great 
merit and that dangerous crossing points should be covered 
by traffic officers. They are crossed and recrossed daily by 
school children, and this Department should have a sufficient 
number of men to properly safeguard them. This is a service 
which is of such \-ital importance that the citizens of Boston 
can rightfully demand that it be granted to them. 

The creation of a Traffic Court to relieve the congestion 
in the criminal session of the Municipal Coiu-t for the city 
of Boston, caused by the ever-increasing number of auto- 
mobile cases, I believe to be advisable. Such a court in my 
opinion could effectively and speedily dispose of cases of 
this nature at a weekly session, and accordingly would be of 
great benefit to the Police Department, inasmuch as it would 
eliminate the present necessity of requiring many police 
officers being absent from their posts several days eadi week. 

REiaxrvE to Housing Accommodations. 
Since I have assumed office I have made a personal in- 
spection of e\-ery police station and house of detention in 
Boston under my control. As a result of this investigation 
I have caused repairs to be made in many of the buildings. 



12 POLICE COMMISSIONER. [Jan. 

including interior and exterior painting, installation of shower 
baths, thus eliminating old-fashioned bath tubs, replacing 
old and worn-out beating plants, and, in general, have done 
much work making for better sanitary conditions. I have 
also taken up this matter with the mayor, and he lias agreed 
to allow me $500,000 next year outside of my regular ap- 
propriation to continue this much needed line of improve- 
ment in the conditions of police buildings. 

The elimination of cells in the basement of station houses 
is a matter which I also have taken up with the municipal 
authorities, and part of the above-mentioned appropriation 
will be used for this purpose. 

The new police station for Division 8, Harbor Police, 
situated on Commercial Street, is nearly completed and will 
probably be ready for occupancy in the early spring, thus 
providing more roomy and sanitary quarters for that 
Division. 

In the matter of the new police building to be con- 
structed on the land purchased on Sears Street, new bids 
have been received on the same, and I have every reason to 
expect that with the co-operation of the mayor and city 
council that this new building will soon be under construc- 
tion. This building when completed will house Division 2 
and the Traffic Di\ision, with offices for the Property 
Clerk. 

In addition, the mayor has signified to me his desire to 
have taken by right of eminent domain the building now- 
occupied by the Polic-e Commissioner and the Superintendent 
of Police in Pemberton Square, and erecting in place thereof 
a modern office building to provide suitable accommodations 
for these departments which at present are congested and 
crowded in old-fashioned and ill-adapted buildings. 

Very respectfully, 

HERBERT A. WILSON, 
Police Commissioner for the City of Boston. 



1923.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 



13 



THE DEPARTMENT. 



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

Police Commissioner. Secretary. 2 



The Police Force. 



Superintendent . 
Deputj' superintendents 
Chief inspector . 
Captains 
Inspectors . 
Inspector of carriages (lieu 
tenant) 



1 
3 

1 
26 
35 



Lieutenants 
Sergeants 
Patrolmen . 

Total 



41 
135 

1,658 

1,901 



Director 
Foreman 
Signalmen 
Mechanics 



Signal Service. 



I-ineman 
Dri\-er . 



Total 



17 



Employees of the Department. 



Clerks .... 

Stenographers 

Matrons of house of de- 
tention 

Matrons of station houses 

Engineers on police steam- 
ers ... . 

Auto repair shop foreman 

.•Vuto repair shop mechanics 

Chauffeur . 

Assistant property clerk 



22 
7 

5 
6 

3 
1 
2 

1 
1 



Van driwrs . 


, 


2 


Foreman of stable 


, 


1 


Hostlers 


, 


12 


.\ssistant stevrard of 


city 




prison 


. 


1 


Janitois 


, 


28 


Janitresses . 


, 


17 


Telephone operators . 


• 


3 



Total 



112 



Recapitulation. 

Police Commissioner and secretary 2 

Pobce force 1,901 

Signal service 17 

Emploj-ees 112 



Grand total 2,032 



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(Jan. 



DlSTRIBUTIO.N AND Ch.^NCES. 

The distribution of the police force is shown by Table I. 
During the year 106 patrolmen were appointed; 1 sergeant 
and 28 patrolmen were discharged; 1 sergeant and 49 patrol- 
men resigned; 2 lieutenants, 3 sergeants and 13 patrolmen 
were retired on pension; 1 captain, 1 inspector, 1 lieutenant, 
2 sergeants and 9 patrolmen died. (Sec Tables II, III, IV, 
VI.) 

Police Ofhcers i.vjured while ox Dltt. 
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: — 



HoV XXJCBCD. 


Number of Number of 
Meo injured. Duties loat. 


In arresting prisoners 

In pursuing criminab 

By stopping runaways 

By cars and other vehicles 

Various other causes 


94 

24 

2 

63 

102 


500 

188 

310 
205 


Totals 


2S5 


1,203 



Work of the Department. 

,-1 r rests. 

The total number of persons arrested, counting each arrest 

as that of a separate person, was 77,653 as against 72,161 the 

preceding year, being an increase of 5,497. The percentage 

of decrease and increase was as follows: — 

Per Cent. 

Offences against the person Decrease, 2.36 

Offences against property coinmiited with -violence . Decrea.«e, 21.67 
Offences against property committed ■nithout\nolence Decrease, 15.13 



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PtrCtBt. 

Decrease, 11.11 
Decrease, 6.38 
Increase, 52.51 
Decrease, 10.63 
Increase, 8.49 



Malicious offences against property . 
Forgerj' and offences against the currency . 
Offences against the license law . 
Offences against chastity, morality, etc. . 
Offences not included in the foregoing 



There were 10,786 persons arrested on warrants and 49,372 
without warrants; 17,495 persons were summoned by the 
court; 73,S3S persons were held for trial; 3,815 were released 
from custody. The number of males arrested was 72,572; 
of females, 5,081; of foreigners, 29,078, or approximately 
37.44 per cent; of minors, 7,391. Of the total number 
arrested, 20,504, or 26.40 per cent, were nonresidents. (See 
Tables X, XI.) 

The average amount of fines imposed by the courts for the 
five years from 1918 to 1922, inclusive, was S159,841.56; in 
1922 it was $236,215.50, or 876,373.94 more than the average. 

The average number of days' attendance at court was 
36,051; in 1922 it was 42,481, or 6,430 more than the aver- 
age. The average amount of witness fees earned was 
$10,529.70; in 1922 it was $13,839.32, or §3,311.62 more 
than the average. (See Table XIII.) 

Dninhenness. 
In the arrests for drunkenness the average per day was 
103. There were 6,656 more persons arrested than in 1921, 
an increase of 21.48 per cent; 25.12 per cent of the arrested 
persons were nonresidents, and 39.50 per cent were of foreign 
birth. (See Table XI.) 

Bureau of Criminal Intestigatiun. 
The "identification room" now contains 62,960 photo- 
graphs, 54,342 of which are photographs with Bertillon 
measurements, a system used by the Department for the 
past twenty-three years. In accordance with the Re\Tsed 
Laws, chapter 225, sections 18 and 21, we are allowed photo- 
graphs with Bertillon measurements taken of conWcts in the 
State Prison and reformatory, a number of which have 
already been added to our Bertillon cabinets. This, to- 



16 rOLICE COMMISSIONER. (Jan. 

gether with the adoption of the system by the Department 
in 1S9S, 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 615 criminals have been added to the records in 
this Bureau, which new contains a total of 4.3,457. The 
number of cases reported at this office which have been in- 
vestigated during the year is 26,927. There are 37,032 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 indexing adopted by this Bureau 
for the use of the Department now contains a list of records, 
histories, photographs, dates of arrest, etc., of about 190,000 
persons. There are also "histories and press clippings", now 
numbering 8,5.55, made by this Bureau, in envelope form, for 
police reference. 

The finger-print system of identification which was adopted 
in June, 1906, 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 De- 
partment, but as the duties are of a special character the 
following statement will be of interest: — 

Xuniber of persons arrostod, princip.illy for felonies . . 2,675 
Fugitives from ja^ti'-r from otlier States, arrested and delivered 

to ofJiccrs from tho^ States 51 

Xuniber of cases invp>tigatcd 26,927 

Xumber of extra dutif^ performed 2,025 

Xumber of ca.«c.« of homicide and supposed honu'cidc investi- 
gated and evidence prepared for trial in court . . . 178 
Xumber of cases of alx)rtion and supposed abortion investi- 
gated and e^^dcntc prepared for court 7 

Xumber of da>-s spent in court by officers .3,740 

Xumber of years' imjirisonir.cnt imposed by court, 167 years, 1 1 months. 
.\mount of stolen prof^crty ^eco^•cred .... §667,027.46 

Xumber of photographs added to identification room . 1,250 



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The nativity of the prisoners was as follows 



United States 






. 48,575 


West Indies 






119 


British Pro\inces 




. 3,532 


Turkey 






171 


Irelnnd 




. 9,202 


South America 






43 


England 








688 


Switzerland 






21 


France 








108 


Belgium 






37 


Genranv 








294 


Armenia 








67 


Italy ." 








. 4,247 


Africa . 








6 


Russia 








. 5,771 


Himgary 








20 


China 








215 


Asia 








19 


Greece 








796 


Arabia 








7 


Sweden 








759 


Mexico 








3 


Scotland 








399 


Japan . 








9 


Spain . 








89 


Sj-ria . 








134 


Norway 








260 


Roumania 








15 


Poland 








979 


Lithuania 








235 


Australia 








37 


Persia . 








1 


Austria 








212 


Cuba . 








2 


Portugal 








292 


India . 








1 


Finland 








147 


Egj-pt 








2 


Denmark . 








70 


Albania 








8 


HoUand 








32 




Wales . 








11 


Total .... 77,653 


East Indies 








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The number of arrests for the year was 77,653, being an 
increase of 5,492 over last year, and 1,901 less than the 
average for the past five years. There were 37,643 persons 
arrested for drunkenness, being 6,656 more than last year, 
and 5,690 less than the average for the past five years. Of 
the arrests for drunkenness this year there was an increase of 
22.05 per cent in males, and an increase of 11.31 per cent in 
females from last year. (See Tables XI, XIII.) 

Of the total number of arrests for the year (77,653), 695 
were for \'iolation of city ordinances; that is to say, 1 arrest 
in 111 was for such offence, or .89 per cent. 

Sixty and nineteen 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 punished by fines was 18,673, and 
the fines amounted to $236,215.50. (See Table XIII.) 



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Fifty-four persons were committed to the State Prison, 
1,918 to the House of Correction, 24 to the Women's Prison, 
30 to the Reformatorj- Prison and 995 to other institutions. 
The total years of imprisonment were 3 life, 200 indefinite, 
1,568 years, 5 months; the total number of days' attendance 
at court by officers was 42,481; and the witness fees earned 
by them amounted to $13,8-39.32. 

The value of property taken from prisoners and lodgers 
was 8421,050.49. 

Twenty-four witnesses were detained at station houses; 
175 were accommodated with lodgings, an increase of 38 
from last year. There was an increase of 3.33 per cent in the 
number of sick and injured persons assisted, and a decrease 
of about 0.50 per cent in the number of lost children cared 
for. 

The average amount of property stolen in the city for the 
five years from 1918 to 1922, inclusive, was .$1,419,750.06; 
in 1922 it was 81,777,000.08, or 8357,304.02 more than the 
average. The amount of property stolen in and out of the 
city which was recovered by the Boston police was 81,016,- 
819.99, as against 81, 027,-331.08 last year, or 810,511.09 less. 

Officer det.viled to .t-S-sisT Medic.\l Ex.oii.\er.s. 
The officer detailed to assist the medical examiners reports 
having investigated 8-53 cases of death from the following 
causes: — 



Abortion 








4 


.\lcoholism . 






21 


.\sphj-xiation 






1 


.\utotr.ol)iles . 






-3 


Bums 








.^3 


Dro%niinf; 








.30 


Electricity 








2 


Elevators 








13 


Explosion 








4 


Exposure 








h 


Falling object 


s 






14 


Falls 








G.J 


Machinery 








3 



Xatuml causes 


289 


Poi-son .... 


73 


Railroad (steam) . 


19 


Railway (street) . 


1 


.*^lK>otiiig, accidental 


3 


Stillborn 


10 


Suffocation . 


G 


Suicides .... 


77 


Teams .... 


4 


Homicides 


1G4 


Total 


8.>3 



On 280 of the above cases inquests were held. 



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19 



Of the total number the following homicide cases vrere 
prosecuted in the courts: — 



Automobiles . 
Bojdn^ match 
Falls . . 
Manslaughter 
^lurder . 
Railroad (steam) 
Railway (street) 



lot 

1 
1 

14 

IS 

I 

13 



Shooting accidental 
BteamroOrer . 
SuicMfe . 
Teams . 



Total 



2 
1 
3 
4 



l&i 



Lost, Abaxdoxed axd Stolev Propertt. 
On Dec. 1, 1921, there were 2,0SS articles of lost, stolen 
or abandoned property in the custody of the property d^k; 
1,366 were received during the year; 822 pieces were sold at 
public auction and the proceeds, SI, 108.48, were turned over 
to the chief clerk; 212 packages containing S920.48 were 
turned over to the chief clerk; 225 packages were destroyed 
as worthless or sold as junk and the proceeds, S351.77, 
turned over to the chief clerk; and 126 packages were de- 
livered to owners, finders or administrators, leaving 2,069 
on hand. 

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

IttL Hen. 

Dec. 6, Boston Opera House, reception to the Rev. Midiael 

O'Flanagan IS 

Dec. 7, Boston Opera House, reception to Mrs. McCudden, Gold- 
Star Mother 15 

Dec. 8, Sj-mphony Hall, political rallj* 22 

Dec. 8, Reception and parade in honor of General Dinz . 1,206 

Dec. 25, Holy Cross Cathedral "Mkini^t ilass" ... 22 

1121. 

Jan. 1, Municipal Building, South Boston, reception to Mayor 

Curley 10 

Jan. 11, Mechanics Building, police ball 184 

Feb. 4, Funeral Patrolman Danid J. &IcSbuie .... 62 

Feb. 6, Mechanics Building, inauguration ol ^layor Curley SO 

Feb. 15, Mechanics Building, firanen's ball 40 



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[Jan. 



an. 
Feb. 22, East Armon-, track meet of .\merican Legion 
Mar. 13, Reception to fno\ing-picture stars . 

Mar. 1.3, Opening of State Theatre 

Mar. 14, State Theatre 

Mar. 14, Orpheum Theatre, \Tsit of mo\ing-pictiire stars 
Mar. 15, South station, departure of mo\-ing-picture stats 

Mar. 17, Evacuation Day parade 

Mar. 19, Boston Opera Hou.'*, Irish patriotic meeting 
Mar. 31, Funeral of Police Commissioner Edwin U. Curtis 
Apr. 2, Fancuil Hall, reception to representatives of Irish Free 

State 

Apr. 2, Funeral of Capt. Joseph McConnell, 101st Infantry 

Apr. 19, Marathon race 

Apr. 30, Franklin Field, bicycle meet .... 
May 7, Dedication Samuel Finkle Square, West End . 
May 21, Xa\-y Yard, memorial ser\-ice .... 
May 22, Boston Common, mx's meeting for 5-cent fares 
May 28, Fenway Park, memorial .5er\-ice 
May 2S, Fenway Park, Irish patriotic meeting . 

May 30, Work horse parade 

June 5, Franklin Field, band concert and fireworks 
June 5, Parade, .\ncient and Honorable .Vrtillcry Company 
June 9, Parade of Boston school cadets .... 
June 16, "Xight before Bunker Hill Day" in Charlestown 
June 17, Bunker Hill Day parade and celebration 
June 24, Franklin Park, exhibition of hippopotamus . 
June 26, Cottage Street playground, East Boston, firew 

and band concert 

July 1, Boston Common, children's pageant . 

July 4, Boston Common, Independence Day celebration 

July 4, East Boston Independence Day celebration 

July S, Boston Common, pageants afternoon and evening 

July 22, Boston Common, rexiew of First Corps Cadets 

.\ug. 22, Franklin Field, athletic meet 

.\ug. 27, Franklin Field, athletic meet 

Sept. 1, Faneuil Hall, political meeting 

Sept. 3, Franklin Field, athletic meet 

Sept. 4, Labor Day parade 

Sept. 6, Boston Common, anniversarj- battle of the Mame 

Sept. 12, State primary 

Oct. 4-8, Bulletin boards, world's series baseball . 
Oct. 12, Parade and re\-iew of Boston police . 

Oct. 12, Columbus Day parade 

Oct. 14, Stadium, Harvard v. Bowdoin football game . 
Oct. 21, Stadium, Han-ard r. Centre football game 



orks 



16 
221 

48 
18 
32 
2.5 

.307 
18 

203 

31 



4.37 

46 

18 

46 

21 

6i 

32 

44 

40 

182 

382 

155 

416 

238 

32 

44 

1.50 

154 

130 

67 

110 

103 

26 

30 

632 

38 

8.54 

318 

1.916 

162 

52 

62 



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Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov 

Nov 



28, Stadium, Han-ard r. Dartmouth football game . . 97 

2S, Braves' Field, Boston College r. Lafaj-ette footbaU game 27 

4, Stadium, Harvard r. Florida football game ... 66 

4, Braves' Field, Boston College r, Mllanova football game 23 

7, State election 854 

9, Parade, Boston fire depanment and visitors . . . 515 

11, Boston Common, Red Cross dcraonrtration . . . 3& 

11, Stadium, Har\-ard r. Princeton football game . 106 

11, Braves' Field, Boston College r. Baylor football game 18 

12, Dedication of Hyde Square 26 



IS, Stadium, Hanard r. Brown football game ... 76 

23, Reception and parade in honor of M. Clemenceau 476 

24, Tremont Temple, address by M. Clemenceau . . 53 

25, Bulletin boards, football returns 54 

25, Fenway Park, Dartmouth v. Brown football game . 41 

26, Faneuil Hall, Irish patriotic meeting .... 12 



^IissixG Perso.vs. 
The following table shows the number of persons lost or 
run away during the year: — 

Tot.nl number reported 553 

Total number found 58g 

Total number still missing 97 



Age and Sex of Such Pertont. 





MissiNa. 


FOUXD. 


Smx UmsccG. 




.Males. 


Fe- 
males. 


1 

1 Miiln 


Fe- 
males. 


Malm. 


Fe- 

malo. 


Under 15 j-ears 

0\-er 15 j-ears, under 21 

j-ears. 
0\-er 21 years . 


ISO 

131 
171 


21 
120 

60 


174 
101 
136 


20 

103 

52 


6 

30 
35 


1 

17 
8 


Totals 


482 


201 


411 


175 


71 


26 



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POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



MiSCELLANXOUS BuSIXTSS. 





UU-M. 


1120-21. 


U21-22. 


.\bandoncd children cared for . 


21 


10 


11 


.Occidents reported 


4,090 


5,5S9 


6,196 


.\uctioneers investigated .... 


- 


5 


- 


Buildings found open and made secure . 


4,950 


6,033 


5,139 


Cases investigated 


54,363 


61,145 


59,528 


Dangerous buildings reported . 


30 


12 


15 


Dangerous chimneys reported . 


13 


10 


10 


Dead bodies cared for .... 


242 


203 


324 


Dead bodies recovered .... 


23 


28 


26 


Defective cesspools reported 


111 


89 


89 


Defective drains and vaults reported 


7 


1 


9 


Defective fire alarms and clocks reported 


7 


3 


15 


Defective gas pipes reported 


34 


20 


32 


Defective hydrants reported 


115 


78 


90 


Defective lamps reported .... 


26,906 


14,067 


15,870 


Defective sewers reported .... 


41 


62 


112 


Defective streets and sidewalks reported . 


7,714 


8,279 


8,975 


Defective bridges reported 


- 


- 


6 


Defective ^\-ires reported .... 


1 


- 


11 


Defective fences reported .... 


- 


- 


1 


Defective trees reported .... 


2 


- 


14 


Defective water gate reported . 


- 


- 


1 


Defective water pipes reported . 


144 


67 


114 


Defective street signs reported . 


- 


- 


23 


Disturbances suppressed .... 


31S 


627 


676 



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23 



Miscellaneous Business — Concluded. 





ua-n. 


vnt-n. 


uu-n. 


Extra duties perfonned .... 


34,986 


41,215 


43,412 


Fire alarms gi\-en 


1,723 


2,155 


2,509 


Fires extinguished 


1,033 


1,218 


1,404 


Insane persons taken in charge 


425 


420 


434 


Intoxicated peRons assisted 


25 


28 


19 


Lost children restored .... 


1,949 


1,967 


1,839 


Pawnbrokers investigated .... 




3 


- 


Persons rescued from drowiiing 


12 


6 


19 


Second-hand automobile dealers investi- 
gated. 
Second-hand dealers investigated 


- 


3 


- 


- 


2 


- 


Sick and injured persons assisted 


5,017 


6,159 


7,9i6 


Stray teams reported and put up 


110 


103 


2,087 


Street obstructions removed 


1,460 


1,547 


2,217 


Water running to waste reported 


626 


467 


566 


Witnesses detained 


26 


19 


24 



r 

a 

5 



Inspector of Claims. 

The oflBctr detailed to assist the committee on claims and 
law department in investigating claims against the city for 
alleged damage of various kinds reports that he investigated 
1,725 cases, one of which was on account of damage done 
by a dog. 

Ciher Seirices Performed. 

Number of cases investigated 1,725 

Number of witnesses examined 12,040 

Number of notices served 6,647 

Number of permissions granted 8,170 

Number of days in court 66 

Number of cases settled on recommendation from this office . SO 

Collected for damage to the city's property and paid bills 

amounting to $1,308.22 



24 POLICE CO.MMISSIOXER. (Jan. 



House or Detxxtiov. 

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 next 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 2,875 women were committed for the fol- 
lowing: — 

Drunkennose 1,.3S9 

Larceny 3o8 

Xiclitw.nlking M 

Fornication 124 

Idle and disorderly 42 

Assault and batter>' 18 

Adulter>- 33 

\'iolation of liquor law 37 

Keeping house of ill-fame 7 

Witness 1 

County jail 274 

Municipal court 160 

Various other causes 36S 

Total 2,S75 

PoucE SiCN'AL Service. 
Signal Boxe-f. 
The total number of boxes in use is 507. Of these, 335 
are connected with the umlerground system and 172 with 
the overhead. 

Miscellaneous U'orh. 
During the year the employees of this service responded to 
1,701 trouble calls; inspected 507 signal bo.ves, 18 signal 
desks and 955 batteries; repaired 103 box movements, 22 
registers, 40 polar box belU, IS locks, 16 time stamps, 2 
stable motors, 3 vibrator bells, 4 relay, 2 pole changers, 
beside repairing all bell anrl electric light work at head- 



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quarters and the various stations. There have been made 
19 plungers, 17 complete box fittings,.? line blocks, 19 auto- 
matic hooks, and a large amount of small work done that 
cannot be classified. 

A box has been installed underground at Station 16. 
Compliance with the prescribed districts is very much de- 
layed on account of the New England Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company being unable to lay ducts. Work at Station 
12, the installation of boxes 3, 4, 42 underground, and the 
laying of about 4,000 feet of cable has been delayed since the 
1920 prescribed district. 

There are in use in the signal service 1 horse, 1 ^Tiite 
truck and 1 Ford touring car. 

During the year the wagons made 46,888 runs, covering 
an aggregate distance of 71,289 miles. There were 37,064 
prisoners conveyed to the station houses, 5,051 runs were 
made to take injured or insane persons to station houses, 
hospitals or their homes; and 503 runs were made to take 
lost children to station houses. There were 1,864 rims to 
fires and 600 runs for liquor seizures. During the year there 
were 507 signal boxes in use arranged on 72 battery circuits 
and 70 telephone circuits; 604,431 telephone messages and 
3,994,097 "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. 

507 street signal boxes. 

14 stable call boards. 

81 test boxes. 

955 cells of battery, 

611,469 feet underground cable. 

213,290 feet overhead cable. 



20,210 feet of duct. 
65 manholes. 
1 AVhite truck. ' 
1 line wagon. 
1 express wagon. 
1 mugwump wagon. 
1 traverse pung. 
1 Ford touring car. 



•JO POLICE COMMISSIONER. (Jan. ; 

IlAnnon Service. 

The special duties performe<I by the police of Division 8, ' 

comprising the harbor and the islan<is therein, were as fol- 1 

lows: — \ 

Value of pn>pcrty rocoverod, consL-tinR of Ixwits, rigginR. 

fln:it r-tases, etc S22,416.46 

Vessels frT)m foreign ports l)o:ir(lc<i 1,040 

Vessels ordered from the channel 640 ' 

Vessels removed from the chnnnrl by police steamers 21 

.\_-sistancc renilcred vcs.-els 89 

.Vssisl.'ince rcndrre<l wharfingers 1 | 

Pennits cranted to dir^ehargc cargoes from vessels at anchor 9 

()l)>t met ions removed from chaimel 57 

Alarms of fire on the water front attended .... 22 

Boats cliallf riged 291 

."»ick and injured jx-rsons a.«.«iisted 3 

Dead Ixxlies recovered 22 

Dead bodies cared for 3 

Pers<iiL< re>cucd fn)m drriwiiing 6 

N'essels as.-igned U> anchf)rage 724 

Case* investigated 6.34 

Pemiits i-i.-ue<l to transprirt and deliver fuel oil in harbor . 223 

The number of vessels that arrived in this port during the 
year was 7,S82, 6,324 being from domestic ports, 518 from 
the British provinces, and 1,040 from foreign ports. Of the 
latter, 1,024 were steamers, 4 schooners and 12 motor vessels. 

A patrol service was maintained in Dorchester Bay from 
June 1 to October 31. The launch "E. U. Curtis" cruised 
nightly from Castle Island to Xeponset bridge. Twenty- 
seven cases were investigated; 119 boats challenged; S403 
worth of property recovered; 1 vessel ordered to dbplay 
anchor lights; 1 vessel ordered from the channel to proper 
anchorage; 2 obstructions removed from channel and assist- 
ance rendered to 12 boats in distress by reason of disabled 
engines, stress of weather, etc., towing them with the persons 
on board to a place of safety. Only one case of larceny 
from vessels in Dorchester Bay was reported during the 
season. 



1923.] Pl'BLIC DOCIBIENT — No. 49. 27 



Horses. 
On the 30th of November, 1921, there were 35 bona in 

■ the ser\-ice. During the year 3 were transferred to the State 
Department of Health, 3 were purchased, 2 sold in trade and 
1 humanely killed. At the present time there are 32 in the 
service, as shown by Table IX. 

Vehicle Service. 
; Automobiies. 

There are 50 automobiles in the service at the present time: 
12 at headquarters; 1 at the house of detention, used as a 
woman's van and kept at Division 4; 6 in the citj' proper and 
attached to Di\-isions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; 4 in the South Boston 
district, attached to Divisions 6 and 12; 2 in the East 
Boston district, attached to Division 7; 4 in the Roxbury 
district, attached to Divisions 9 and 10; 2 in the Dordiester 
district, attached to Division 11; 2 in the Jamaica Plain dis-. 
trict, attached to Di\nsion 13; 2 in the Brighton district, 
5 attached to Di\nsion 14; 1 in the Charlestown district, at- 

^ tached to Division 15; 2 in the Back Bay and Femray, 

attached to Di\nsion 16; 2 in the West Roxbory district, 
attached to Di\-ision 17; 2 in the Hyde Park district, at- 
tached to Division 18; 2 in the Mattapan district, attadied 
to Division 19; 1 assigned for use of the traffic di\-ison and 

■ 5 unassigned. (See page 29.) 

Cost of Running Automobiles. 

Repairs $2lfiSo 12 

Tires 6fi«i 02 

Gasoline 10,472 54 

Oil 1,617 12 

i Storage 2^585 90 

f License fees 228 00 



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Total S42A» 70 



2S POLICE COMMISSIOXER. (Jan. 

Ambvlan/'es. 

The Department is equipped with combination automobiles 
(patrol and ambulance) located in Divisions 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 
9, 10, 11. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19. 

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



City Hospital 3,043 

City Hospital (Relief Station, Ha.\-market Square) . 1,075 

City Hospital (Relief Station, Hist Boston Diitrict) ... 280 

Calls where serx-iccs were not required 1.55 

Boston State Hospital 95 

Home 75 

Ma.ssaclui.<*tts General Hospital 72 

St. Elizabeth's Hospital 49 

Moreue 32 

Carney Hospital 23 

Police station houses 10 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital 6 

Public Health, United States Service Hospital .... 5 

Forest Hills Hospital 4 

Cambridge Hospital 2 

Chndrcn's Hospital 2 

Boston Consumptives Hospital 

Ev-angeline Booth Hospital 

Faulkner Hospital 

Homeopathic Hospital 

Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmarj- 

Total 4,933 



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Division 11 
Division 12 
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30 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



PcBUC Carriages. 

During the year there were 1,401 carriage licenses granted, 
being a decrease of 64 as compared with last year; 1,151 
motor carriages were licensed, being an increase of 18 com- 
pared with last year. 

There have been 119 horse-drawn carriages licensed during 
the year. 

There were 102 articles, consisting of umbrellas, coats, 
handbags, etc., left in carriages during the year, which were 
turned over to the inspector; 29 of these were restored to 
the owners, and the balance placed in the custody of the lost 
property bureau. 

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



Number of applications for carriage licenses reccit^cd 
Number of carriages liccnHKl .... 
Number of liccn.«es transferred 
Number of licenses canceled or revoked . 
Number of carriages inspected .... 
Applications for drivers' Iiccn.<ie!> reported upf)n 
Number of complaints again.«t drivers investigated 
Number of warrants obtained .... 
Number of days spent in court 
Articles left in carriages reported by citizens 
Articles left in carriages reported by drivers . 
Drivers' applications for licen.scs rejected 



1,403 

1,401 

76 

19 

1,403 

1,714 

94 

20 

76 

39 

102 

19 



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 there have been issued in the year ending Nov. 
30, 1922, 547 such special stands. 

Of these special stands, there have been 23 canceled and 15 
transferred. 

Sight-seeing Automobiles. 
During the year ending Nov. 30, 1922, there have been 
issued licenses for 30 sight-seeing automobiles and 23 special 
stands for them. There have been 46 chauffeurs' licenses 
granted. 



1923. 



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31 



Wagon Licenses. 

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

During the year 4,552 applications for such licenses were 
received; 4,549 of these were granted and 3 rejected. 

Of these licenses, 74 were subsequently canceled for non- 
payment of license fee, 10 for other causes and 31 trans- 
ferred to new location. (See Tables, XIV, XVI.) 







LiSTIN 


G Work in Boston, ] 


ETC. 




Ye Alt. 


May Canvass. 


Year. 


May Canvsn. 


1903 








181,045 


1913' . . 


215,388 


1904 








193,195 


1911' 




219,364 


1905 








194,547 


1915' 




220,883 


1906 








195,446 


1916 . 




_j 


1907 








195,900 


1917' 




221,207 


190S 








201,255 


1918' 




224,012 


1909 








201,391 


1919' 




227,466 


1910 > 








203,603 


1920' 




235,248 


1911' 








206,825 


1921' 




480,783 


1912 > 








214,178 

1 







■ Chanced to April 1. 



* Listing done by assessors. 



The following shows the total number of persons listed in 
April of the present year: — 



Male . 
Female 



235,613 
244,493 



Total 



4S0.106 



32 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



[Jan. 



Listing Expenses. 
The expenses of listing residents, not including the services 
rendered by members of tlie police force, were as follows: — • 



Printing S40,.V,S 00 

Clerical scr^•icc Xi.'.m 00 

Stationcn,' 2'.'r, 34 

Interpreters lO:} oO 

Total 86.5,102 44 

Xuvtber of Policemen employed in Listing. 

.\pril I 1,23.1 

Aprils 1,157 

April 4 1,021 

April 5 "01 

April 376 

April 7 30 

Aprils 9 

Police Wohk ox Jcry Lists. 
The police department, under the provisions of chapter 
34S, Acts of 1907, assisted the Election Commissioners in 
ascertaining the qualifications of persons proposed for jury 
service. The police findings in 1922 may be summarized as 
follows: — 





UH. 


Dead, or could not be found 


in Boston .... 


1,404 


Physically incapacitated 




337 


Con^^cted of crime 




100 


Unfit for various reasons . 




432 


Apparently fit . . . 




10,075 








Total .... 


12,468 







1923.] 



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33 



Speclil Police. 

Special police oflHcers are appointed to serve without pay 
from the city, on a written application of any oflScer 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 person to be liable for the official 
misconduct of the person appointed. 

During the year ending Nov. 30, 1922, there were 1,534 
special police officers appointed; 7 applications for appoint- 
ment were refused for cause and 1 revoked. 

Appointments were made on applications received as 
follows: — 



From United States government 

From .State departments 

From city deijartmcnts 

From county of Suffolk 








39 

5 

3S3 

15 


From railroad corporations .... 
From otlicr corporations or associations 
From theatres and other places of amusement 








152 
721 

188 


From private institutions .... 
From churches 




. 




24 
7 






Total 








1.534 



R.\ILRO.U> POUCE. 

There were 273 persons appointed railroad policemen dur- 
ing the year, 245 of whom were employees of the Boston 
& Maine Railroad, 21 of the New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford Railroad, and 7 of the Boston Terminal Company. 

M1SCELL.VXEOC8 Licenses. 
The total number of applications for miscellaneous licenses 
received was 22,202. Of these, 21,943 were granted, of which 
120 were canceled for nonpa\-ment, leaving 21,823. During 
the year 177 licenses were transferred, 484 canceled, 27 
revoked and 259 applications were rejected. The officers 
investigated 344 complaints arising under these licenses. 
The fees collected and paid into the city treasury amounted 
to $57,964. (See Table XIV.). 



34 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



(Jan. 



McsiciANs' Licenses. 
Itinerant. 

During the ycnr there were G7 applications for itinerant 
musicians' licenses received, ail of which were granted. 
Seven licenses were subsequently canceled on account of 
nonpayment of 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 instruments shall be inspected in April and September 
of each year. 

During the year 107 instruments were inspected, with the 
following results: — 



KiN'D or iNBTRmtNT. 



Number 
inapected. 



Number 

pnwrfj. 



Numb*r 
rcjecled. 



Street pianos 
Hand organs 
Violins 
Harps 
Banjos 
Flageolets . 
Accordions 
Bagpipes . 
Guitars 
Mandolins 
Drums 
Singers 
Comets 
Totals 



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2 

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3 
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3 
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2 

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11 



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35 



CoUectite, 

Collective musicians' licenses are granted to bands of 
persons over sixteen 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 : — 



Year. 


Applicaliaam. 


Granted. 


Rejected. 


1918 


225 


224 


1 


1919 


224 


220 


4 


1920 


308 


308 


_ 


1921 


294 


292 


2 


1922 


309 


308 


1 



C.\RRTI.VG D.VXGEROUS We.\PONS. 

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 appUcations granted, the 
number refused and the number revoked: — 



Ytim. 


Applicatioiu. 


Granted. 


Rejected. 


Revoked. 


191S .... 


2,463 


2,374 


89 


3 


1919 .... 


5,006 


4,539 


467 


4 


1920 .... 


2,793 


2,481 » 


312 


4 


1921 ... . 


3,190 


2,843 


347 


4 


1922 .... 


3,100 


2,916 


184 


8 


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' Fee of 12 ertabli.hed. effective May I. mO (M« Beensee isued at 12), 



3G 



POLICK COMMISSIONER. 



(Jan. 



PrnLic Lodging Hoises. 
The following shows the number of public lodging houses 
licensed by the Police Commissioner under chapter 242 of 
the Acts of 1904 during the year, the location of each house 
and the number of lodgers accommodatetl: — 



LOCATIOX. 


Numliof 
Imlmt. 


Location. 


Number, 
lodcnl. 


It Cauacny Street . 
IM Commrrcial Strart 
ISI Commercial Street 


l.Mt 

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tan Wa*Linitoa Street 
IW3 \Va»hiritlon -Slrcel 


43.8U 
32.IM 


334 Commcrcuil Street 
17 Dara Strwt .... 


K.IU 


T.-I.I ... 


I70.ISI 



Pensions .\nd Benefits. 

On Dec. 1, 1921, there were 2G1 pensioners on the roll. 
During the year 22 died, viz., 2 captains, 2 inspectors, 2 
lieutenants, 2 sergeants, 11 patrolmen, 1 fireman, 1 chief 
matron and 1 clerk; and 19 were added, viz., 2 lieutenants, 3 
sergeants, 1.3 patrolmen and 1 fireman, leaving 258 on the 
roll at date, — 228 men and 30 women. 

The payments on account of pensions during the past year 
amounted to S200,9.5G.S8, and it is estimated that 8207,571 
will be required for pensions in 1923. This floes not include 
pensions for 1 deputy superintendent, 2 captains, 1 inspector, 
1 sergeant and 11 patrolmen, all of whom are sixty-five years 
old or more, and entitled to be pensioned on account of age 
and term of sersnce. 

The invested fund of the police charitable fund on the 
thirtieth day of November last amounted to S207,550. There 
are 60 beneficiaries at the present time, and there has been 
paid to them the sum of .?6,794.GG during the past year. 

The fund of the Police Relief Association on the thirtieth 
day of November was S293,S05.23. 



1923.] PL-BLIC DOCl^IENT — No. 49. 37 



Financial. 

The total expenditures for police purposes during the past 
year, including the pensions, house of detention and listing 
persons twenty years of age or more, but exclusive of the 
maintenance of the police signal service, were $4,026,306.07. 
(See Table XVII.) 

The total revenue paid into the city treasury from fees 
from licenses over which the police have supervision, for the 
sale of unclaimed and condemned property, uniform cloth, 
etc., was §63,426.15. (See Table XIV.) 

The cost of maintaining the police signal service during 
the year was §43,438.29. (See Table XVUI.) 



3S 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 49. 



41 



Table III. 

List of Officers retired during the Year, giring the Age at the Time of 
Retirement and the Number of Yeari^ Service of Each. 



Nave. 


Cause of Retirement. 


Age at 

Time of 
Retire- 
ment 
(Year.). 


Yean of 
Service. 


Herman B. Bodenschatz 


Age 


64 


41 


Michael J. Brennick 


Age 


69 


41 


Patrick BjTne .... 


Incapacitated 


59 


33 


Daniel P. Cameron . 


Incapacitated 


52 


22 


Edward A. Dever . 


Age 


67 


42 


Charles M. Eaton . 


Incapacitated 


52 


20 


Dennis J. Egan • . . . 
Irving Elder .... 


Incapacitated and 

veteran. 
Incapacitated 


55 
55 


10 
25 


John H. Ferguson . 


Incapacitated 


56 


26 


Thomas S. Graham 


Incapacitated 


59 


28 


James W. Kelley 


Age 


65 


38 


Abraham L. Killam 


Age 


62 


32 


John T. Leaiy .... 


Incapacitated 


58 


34 


John H. Lial .... 


Age 


61 


28 


Frank J. Rich .... 


Age 


62 


35 


Charles S. Richardson . 


Age 


63 


33 


Frederick J. Smith . . 


Age 


65 


40 


John J. Smith 


Age 


60 


34 


Johan F. Stenberg . 


Incapacitated 


52 


20 



I Fireman, police steamer. 



42 



POLICE COMMISSIONER. 



(Jan. 



Table IV. 

L\-ii t'f Officers who were promoted above the Rank of Patrolman during 
the Year ending \or. SO, 1022. 



DtkU. 



Nahc and Raxc. 



Auf. 
Aug. 
Au«. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Aii«. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
July 
Julr 
Julv 
July 
Fet. 
July 
July 
July 
July 
JuIt 



S, 1922 
S, 1922 

5, 1922 

6, 1922 
C, 1922 
C, 1922 
C, 1922 
C, 1922 
C, 1922 
C, 1922 
S, 1922 
S, 1922 
S, 1922 

12, 1922 
12, 1922 
12, 1922 
12, 1922 
9, 1922 
12, 1922 
12, 1922 
12, 1922 
12,1922 
12, 1922 



Captain Forrest F. Hall to rank of deputy superin- 
tendent. 

Captain Thomas F. Goode to rank of deputy superin- 
tendent. 

Lieutenant Bradley C. Mason to rank of captain. 

Detective-Sergeant John A.. Dorsey to rank of lieuten- 
ant in.=pector. 
Detective-Sergeant Stephen J. Flaherty to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-.SerBeant Frederick M. Finn to rank of 

lieutenant in.>^pcctor. 
Detective-Sergeant Thoma.s F. Mulrey to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-Sergeant William F. Crawford to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-Sergeant Timothy F. Donovan to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-»Sergeant James F. Concannon to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-Sergeant Francis P. Haggerty to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-Sergeant Benjamin Alexander to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Detective-Sergeant John F. McCarthy to rank of 

lieutenant inspector. 
Sergeant John F. Lyons to rank of lieutenant. 

Sergeant John McGrath to rank of lieutenant. 

Sergeant Joseph McKinnon to rank of lieutenant. 

Sergeant Dana W. Fisher to rank of lieutenant. 

Patrolman Michael J. Harnett to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman TTiomas S. J. Kavanagh to rank of ser- 
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Patrolman Eugene G. Wallingford to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Bartholomew D. Winn to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Patrick J. Mc.\ulifl'e to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman John J. Gale to rank of sergeant. 



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NAifC Alts Rank. 



July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

July 12, 1922 

Sept. 9, 1922 



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Patrolman Emerson P. Marsh to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Thomas F. Connolly to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Jeremiah O'Neil to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Michael R. Hurley to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Edward Q. Butters to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman John J. Freeman to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Thomas N. Trainor to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Max B. F. Thormer to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman John J. Manning to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Andrew J. Hurley to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Patrick F. Flaherty to rank of sergeant. 

Piitrolman George E. Kej'es to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Andrew W. Ryan to rank of sergeant. 

Patrolman Edward J. Kelley, Jr., to rank of sergeant. 



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Table X. 

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

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4,292 
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2,493 
2,446 
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Table XVII. 
Financial Slalemeul for the Year ending Nov. 30, 1922. 

EXPENDITCHES. 

Pay of police and employees $3,381,874 93 

Pensions 200,956 88 

Fuel and Ught 33,813 66 

Water and ice 1,257 57 

Furniture and bedding 6,218 20 

Printing, stationery, telegrams, etc 26,384 47 

Care and cleaning station houses and city prison . . 10,312 05 

Repairs to station houses and city prison . . . 32,617 86 

Repairs and supplies for police boats .... 24,139 50 

Telephone rentals and tolls 8,993 25 

Purchase of horses and vehicles 19,091 00 

Care and keeping of horses, harnesses and vehicles . 11,44134 

Care and repair of automobiles 41,421 01 

Transportation of prisoners, sick and insane persons . 479 00 

Feeding prisoners . . . . . 3,302 09 

Medical attendance on prisoners 5,854 18 

Transprtation 3,502 45 

Pursuit of criminals 10,522 32 

Uniforms and uniform caps 78,080 03 

Badges, buttons, clubs, belts, insignia, etc. . . . 13,818 74 

Traveling expenses and food for police .... 2,255 21 

Rent of buildings 29,776 92 

Legal scnices 2,464 85 

Music for police parade - 300 75 

Miscellaneous 72 11 

Total $3,948,950 37 

Expenses of listing 65,162 44 

Expenses of house of detention 12,193 26 

Expenses of signal ser%-ice (see Table XVIII) . . 43,438 29 

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Payrolls S30,S7I 27 

Signaling apparatus, repairs and supplies therefor 9/Xfi 21 

Underground wires 348 80 

Rent of stable I/JtO 00 

Care and repair of vclucles and shoeing horse . fJJO 87 

Car fare 593 CO 

Miscellaneous 64 S4 

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INDEjX 



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A. PAOB 

AecidenU 22,83-86 

caused by automobile ........ 83, 85 

persons killed or injured by, in streets, parks and squares . . 83-86 
number of, reported ........ 22 

.\mbulance service .....-..•'- 28 

Arrests 1*-17, 55-77 

age and sex of .....--•. • 7* 

comparative statement of ....... - 77 

for offences against chastity, morality, etc. . ... 15, 64, 75 

for drunkenness ........ 15, 17, 24, 68 

foreigners .....-..- 15, 56-75 

minors .......... 15, 56—75 

nativity of .....-.•• - 17 

nonresidents - ......... 15, 56-75 

nimiber of, by divisions ........ 55 

number of, punished by fine ....... 17 

on warrants ......... 15, 56-75 

summoned by court ........ 15, 56-75 

ToUl number of 14, 75 

violation of city ordinances ....... 17, 67 

without warrants ........ 15, 56-75 

.Auctioneers ........... 78 

Automobiles 18.19,27,29,30,83,85 

Accidents due to 19, 83, 85 

poHce 27 

puWic 30 

sight-seeing .......... 30. 78 

B. 

Benefits and pensions ......... 36 

Bertillon sj'stem .......... 15 

Buildings 22 

dangerous, reported ......... 22 

found open and made secnre ....... 22 

Bureau of Criminal Investigation ....... 15 

c. 

Carriages, public . . . . . ... . . 30 

articles left in.......... 30 

automobile .......... 30 

number licensed ......... 30, 78 

Cases investigated 16, 22. 23. 26 

Cesspools, defective, reported . . . ... . . . 22 



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INDEX. 



FACe 

ChsuffcurB 30. 78 

Children 18.22.23 

abandoned, cared for ....... . 22 

lost, restored .......... 23 

Chimneys, dangcroua, reported ....... 22 

City ordinances, orre»t» for riolation of .17,67 

Claims, inspector of ......... 23 

Collective musicians ......... 35. 78 

Commitments . . . 18. 24 

Complaints 33. 50. 78 

SRoinst imlice ofRccn ........ 50 

acoinst miscellaneous lioenMs ....... 33, 78 

Courts 15,16,18,23,56-75.77 

fines imposed by . . 15, 77 

numtier of days' attendance at, by officers . .15. 16. 18. 23, 77 

number of persons summoned by .... . 15, 56-75 

Crimin.il Invertigalion. liureau of ...... . 16 

arrests by ......... . 16 

finger-print system ......... 16 

identification room ......... 15 

photographs .......... 15, 16 

records ........... 16 

Criminal work .......... 77 

comparative stalemeot of ....... . 77 



D. 



Dangerous weapons 
Dead bodies, cared for 

recovered 
Deaths . 

b.v accident, suicide, etc. 

of police ofl^cers 
Department, police 
Distribution of force 
Disturbances suppressed 
Dogs 

amount received for licenses for 

damage done by 

number licensed 
Drivers, hackney carriage 
Drowning, pontons rescued from 
Drunkenness . 

arrests for, per doy . 

foreigners arrested for 

increase in number of arrests for 

non-residents arrested for 

total nurahjer of arrests for 

women committed for 



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22. 26 
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E. 

Employees of the Department . . . . . 13, 38 

Events, special .... ..... 19 

Expenditures 37, 81, S2 

Extra duties performed by officers . . . • . . 16, 23 



INDEX. 93 



f . PAOB 

Fimmcial 37,81,82 

expenditures 37,81,82 

house of detention ......... 37, 81 

pensions ........... 37, 81 

receipts ........... 37, 81 

miscellaneous license fees ...... 37, 78, 81 

signal service 37, 81, 82 

Fine* 15,17,77 

amount of ....... . 15, 17, 77 

average amount of ........ . 15, 77 

number punished by ........ 17 

Finger-print system ......... 16 

Fire alarms 22, 23. 2& 

defective, reported ......... 22 

number given .......... 23 

number on water front attended ...... 2& 

Fires 23,2ft 

extinguished .......... 23 

on water front attended ........ 2ft 

Foreigners, number arrested ....... 15, 5ft-75 

Fugitives from justice ......... 1ft 



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Hackney carriage drivers ........ 30, 78 

Hackney carriages .......... 30, 78 

Hand carts ........... 78 

Harbor sen-ice, special duties performed ...... 26 

Horses 27,54 

distribution of ......... 54 

number in ser^-ice ......... 27, 54 

purchased .......... 27 

House of detention ......... 24, 81 

House of ill fame, keeping ........ 24. 64 

Housing accommodations ........ 11 

Hydrants, defective, reported ........ 22 



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Identification room ......... 1ft 

Imprisonment , . . . . 16, 18, 77" 

persons sentenced to 18 

total years of . . . . . . 16, 18, 7T 

Income 37, 81 

Inquests held .......... IS. 

Insane persons taken in charge 23. 



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PAOB 

Inspector of claims ......... 23 

cases investigated ......... 23 

Intoxicated persons assisted ........ 23 

Itinerant musicians ......... iS, 78 



J. 

Junk collectors .......... 78 

Junk shop keepers .......... 78 

Jury lists, police work on ........ 32 



L. 

Lamps, defective, reported ........ 22 

Licenses, miscellaneous ......... 33, 78 

Liquor problem .......... 8 

Listing, police 31,32,81,87 

expenses of 32, 81 

number listed 31,32,81,87 

number of policemen employed in ..... . 32 

Lodgers at station houses ........ 18 

Lodging houses, public ......... 36, 78 

applications for licenses ........ 3t, 78 

authority to license ......... 30 

location of ......... . 36 

number of persons lodged in ...... . 38 

Lost, abandoned and stolen property . . . 19, 79 

Lost children cared for ......... 18 



M. 

Medical examiners' assistants ........ IS 

cases on which inquests were held ...... 18 

causes of death ......... 18 

Minors, number arrested ....... 15, 56-75 

Miscellaneous business ......... 22 

Miscellaneous licenses ......... 33, 78 

amount of fees collected for ...... . 33, 78 

complaints investigated ........ 33, 78 

number canceled and revoked ....... 33, 78 

number issued ......... 33, 78 

number transferred ......... 33, 78 

Missing persons .......... 21 

age and sex of ......... . 21 

number foimd .......... 21 

number reported ......... 21 

Musicians, collective ......... 35, 78 

Musicians, itinerant ......... 34, 78 

applications for licenses ........ 34, 78 

instruments inspected ........ 34 

instruments passed ......... 34 



INDEX. 95 



N 

Nativity of peraona arrested 17 

Nonresident offenders 15, S6-75 

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Offences 14,56-75 

against chastity, morality, etc. ...... 15, M, 75 

against license laws ........ 15, S2. 75 

against the person ........ 14, 56, 75 

against property, maBrinua . . . . . . 15, 61, 75 

against property, with violence ....... 14, 58, 75 

against property, without violence 14, 59, 75 

forgery and against earrency ...... 15, 61. 75 

miscellaneous . 16, 66, 75 

recapitulation .......... 75 

P. 

Parks, public .......... 83-80 

accidents reported ia ........ 83-86 

Pawnbrokers . .... ..... 23, 78 

Pensions and benefits ......... 36, 81 

estimates for penmoas ........ 36 

number of persons ca rolls ....... 36 

payments on account of . 36, 81 

Police ............ 33 

railroad ........... 33 

special ........... 33 

Police charitable fund, nnmber of beneficiaries ..... 36 

Police department .......... 13 

distribution of ......... 14, 38 

horses in use in ........ . 27, 54 

how constituted -•....... 13 

officers appointed ......... 14 

absent sick ......... 49 

arrests by . . . , 17, 55 

complaints «g«'»<* ........ 50 

date appointed ......... 44 

detailed, special events I9 

•lied 14,40 

discharged . .14,45 

injured .......... 14 

promoted .......... 42 

reagned 14.45 

retired 14,36,41 

vehicles in use ia. . . . . . . .2729 



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PoUoB listing 31. 32. 81, 87 

Police Relief Association, iavcsted fund of ..... 36 

PoUce signal service 13,24.37,81.82 

miscellaneous work ......... 24 

payments on account of 37 81 82 

property of . . _ 25 

signal boxes ' ^ 24 



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PACE 

Prisoners, nativity of ........ . 17 

Property 16, 18. 19, 26, 37, 77-79, 81 

lost, abandoned and stolen . 19, 79, 81 

recovered 16, 18. 26, 77 

sale of condemned . . ■ • . 37, 79, 81 

stolen 16, 18, 77 

taken from prisoners and lodger* 18 

Public carriages .......... 30 

Public lodging houses . . . . . . . 36, 78 



R. 

RaQroad police .......... 33 

Receipts 37.81 

Revolvers 35,78 

licenses to carr>' loaded ........ 35, 78 



s. 

Second-hand articles ......... 78 

Second-hand dealers ......... 23 

Sewers, defective, reported ........ 22 

Sick and injured persons assisted .18, 23, 26 

Sickness, absence on account of ...... . 49 

Sight-seeing automobiles ........ 30, 78 

Signal senice. police 13, 24, 37, 81, 82 

Special events .......... 19 

Special police .......... 33 

Station bouses .......... 18 

lodgers at .......... 18 

«-itne9se» detained at . . . . . . 18, 23 

Stolen property 16, 18, 77 

recovered 16, 18, 77 

value of 18. 77 

Street railways, conductors and motormen licensed .... 78 

Streets 22, 23, 83-86 

accidents reported in ........ 83-86 

defective, reported ......... 22 

obstructions removed ........ 23 



T. 

Teams ............ 23 

stray, put up ......... . 23 

Traffic 10 



u. 

Used car licenses .......... 78 



INDEX. 97 



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Vehicles 27. 28, 29 

ambulances .......... 28- 

automobQes .......... 27 

in use in police department ....... 29 

public carriages . . 30, 78 

wagons 31,78,80 

Vessels . 26 



w. 

Wagons 31,78,80 

number licensed by di\-isions ....... 80 

total number licensed ........ 31, 80 

Water pipes, defective, reported ....... 22 

Water ninning to waste reported ....... 23 

Weapons, dangetoos . . . . . . . 9, 35 

Witnesses 15, 18, 23, 77 

fees earned by officers as . . . . .15, 18, 77 

number of dajV attendance at court by officers as 15, 18. 77 

number of, detained at station houses . . . . . 18, 23 

Women committed to House of Detention ..... 24 



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