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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. February (pp.122-231)."

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122 



OFFICE OP THE POLIGJJ COIMISSIOl^JER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, February 1, I919. 



1 Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 

transacted the following business: 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the position 
of janitor with pay at the rate of Nine Hundred Thirty-nine (939) 
Dollars per annum, to serve at Station 1, in place of William J, 
Barry - resigned. 



The application of the Church of the Most Precious Blood 
by John D. Rooney for an Amusement License to have a dancing party 
and concert in Waverly Hall located on River street, Hyde Park, on 
Friday evening, February 21, current, was forwarded to His Honor the 
Mayor approved. 



street, 
for the 



The application of Dennis 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver' 
year ending June 30» 1919. 



J. Feeney, 40 East Canton 
s License #468 was granted 



The application of Joseph C. Gallivan for a license 
#011690 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 354- West 
Broadway was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919- 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Prank Miraglia for a transfer of his 
license #59^92 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 71 Tyler street to a garage at I05 Tyler street v/as granted. 



The application of Philip J. Yaffe for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #C1265A in front of 437 Columbus 
avenue was granted. 



12c 






The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Cormnonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, 1919. 



Baker, 

Toland, 

Venis, 



Hickey, 



Hosnier, 

Moen, 

Speed, 



Edward L. ) 275 Fifth st., 
John H. ( 190 Dorchester st., 
Michael J.) 28 "A" Story st., 
approved by George L. Whitehouse, Treasurer, 
South Boston Trust Company, 



Eugene P. 
approved by 

Edwin K. 
Michael F. ) 
Claude A. ) 
approved by 



76 Bowdoin st. , D. D. . 
Allan H. Sturges, Treasurer, Liberty 
Trust Company, 

428 Adams st. , D. D. , 

20 Milby st., 
105 Peterborough st., 
W. W. Kerry, Assistant Cashier, 



Federal Reserve Bank. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Allen, 
Crowley, 



liichael F. 
John J. 



33 Lothrop St., B. D. , 
"^3 Wexford st. , E. D. 



124 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the Bay State Street Railway Company 
by A. E. Ivlyers, Superintendent, licenses were granted to the follow- 
ing named persons as conductors and motormen in the employ of said 
company :- 



403 Graves, 

4b7 Reynolds, 

593 Wright, 

30 Dineen, 

52 Lewis, 



Floyd R. 
John M. 
Harold G. 

John 
Lauren F. 



Conductor, 



Motorman, 



Notice having been received from the Bay State Street 
Railway Company that the following named persons are no longer in 
its employ, the licenses granted to said persons were cancelled:- 



403 


Foss, 


Richard \l. 


Conductor, 


2&3 


Silver, 


Charles 


M 


317 


iaahoney, 


John J. 


II 


5^1 


Newman, 


M. E. 


II 


151 


banning, 


Frank E. 


H 


25 


Langley, 


F. E. 


n 


1045 


Reynolds, 


A. J. 


n 


237 


Bezanson, 


Walter E. 


It 


369 


Steinberg, 


Frank 


H 



Henry C. Farris, appointed January 31, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Andrew K. Taylor for a Wagon License 
#382 to locate in front of l82 Shawmut avenue was granted for the 
year ending June }fi , 1919. 



125 



BOSTON. SATURDAY, EEERUARY 1, I919. 



Concludedi 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolman David R. Bootes of Division 2, three days, coujnencing 
January ^1, current, on account of the death of his child. 

Patrolman Patrick M. O'Connor of Division 3i three days, com- 
mencing February 1, current, on account of the death of his sister- 
in-law. 

Patrolr;ian John ?. Carmody of Division 5» three days, commencing 
February 1, current, on account of the death of his wife's aunt 
at Fall River. 

Patrolman Joseph M. Ma.y of Division 1?, three days, commencing 
February 1, current, on account of the death of his wife. 



Attest: 




Chief CI 



126 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIOIISRIOEEH. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, February 3» 1^1 9- 



Police Coirjnissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Jeremiah 
F. Gallivan of Division 10 against Sergeant Dennis Kerrigan of 
Division 10 for violation of Rule 24 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: FAILURE TO NOTE AMD IMPARTIALLY REPORT TO THE OFFI- 
CER IN COI^iilAlTD OF THE DIVISION, THE CASE OF A PATROL- 
MAN ABSENT FROM HIS ROUTE OR GUILTY OF OTHER NEGLECT 
OF DISCIPLIIIE OR DUTY. 

Specification: In that for more than tv/o years prior to Janu- 
ary 1, 1919, the said Sergeant Kerrigan was aware that a patrolman 
in his platoon, to wit, one Mullen, was under the influence of in- 
toxicating liquor to the extent that the said Sergeant Kerrigan 
thought it necessary to speak to said Mullen about his habitual use 
■of intoxicating liquor, but that the said Sergeant Kerrigan failed 
to report the matter to the Cominanding Officer of his Division. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before Police Com- 
missioner Edwin U. Curtis on the twenty-ninth day of January, cur- 

Ke: 
wai 
appearc_ ^ .._ „j.^ _^ ^ — 

ed not guilty to the charge and the Commissioner found him guilty 
as charged in the complaint and ordered that the said Sergeant 
Kerrigan be reprimanded in General Orders. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1475 Eurke, 
1474 Devlin, 



John L. 
Stephen L. 



1 Ross pi., 
14 Archdale rd., Roslindale, 



BOSTON, MOM)A"i, EEERUABY 3, 191^. 



Contd. 



In the roatter of the complaint made by Captain Jeremiah P. 
Gallivan of Division 10 against Sergeant Patrick Byrne of Division 
10 for violation of Rule 24 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE: FAILURE TO NOTE AM) IMPARTIALLY RJSPORT TO THE OFFI- 
CER IN COLiMAND OF THE DIVISION, THE CASE OF A PA- 
TROLiaN ABSENT FROU HIS ROUTE OR GUILTY OF OTHER 
NEGLECT OF DISCIPLII^IE OR DUTY. 

Specification; In that for a long time prior to January 1, 
1919, the said Sergeant Patrick Byrne was a)fvare that Officer Mullen 
of his platoon was addicted to the use of intoxicating liquor and 
was under the influence of liquor several times and that the said 
Sergeant Byrne failed to report the same to the Commanding Officer 
of his division. 



127 



miosioner 
rent, afte 
"by giving 
to the thi 
hearing wa 
the charge 
complaint 
in General 



It appeared that a hearing was called before Police Corn- 
Edwin U. Curtis on the twenty-ninth day of January, cur- 
r due notice had been served on the said Sergeant Byrne 
him a true copy of the complaint and that it was continued 
rd day of February, current, and then it appeared that a 
s had. He appeared by himself and pleaded not guilty to 

and the Commissioner found him guilty as charged in the 
and ordered that the said Sergeant Byrne be reprimanded 

Orders. 



The application of James H. Vifhite for a copy of his 
license ^1^341 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 
1619 Blue Hill avenue was granted. 



P. Frank Leonard, reappointed January I8, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on him as a private detective. 



123 



BOSTON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the V/alton Lunch Company b^ Frank 
F. Forsythe, Treasurer, John J. Buckley was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #242 & 424 Tremont 
street, 9 Tremont row, 7 & 19 School street, 44 Summer street, 30 
Haymarket square, 629 &; IO83 Washington street, 42 Federal street, 
1215 Gorm/ionwealth avenue, 33^ iiassachusetts avenue and 437 Boylston 
street for the year ending ilarch 31, I9I9. 



On the application of Frank 0. Dore, Agent, Arthur S. 
Wall was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Upham's Corner Strand Theatre Building located 
on Columbia road for the year ending March 3I, I919. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Officers. 



Hannan, 

Moen, 
Speed, 



James E. 
Michael F. )_ 
Claude A. J 



Appointed. 

December 30, I918, 
January 31, I919. 



The application of the Boston, Hudson and Marlboro 
Express for three Wagon Licenses j'/384, 0344G and O344J to locate 
in front of IO3 Central street was granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



BOSTON, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1^19. 



Concluded, 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 



Patrolma,n Elmer F, Rider of Division 2, three day 
February 3, current, on account of the death of his mo 

Patrolman James P. Dowd of Division 10, four days 
February 1, current, on account of the death of his br 

Patrolxaan Albert A. Sullivan of Division 11, thre 
mencing February 3, current, on account of the death o 
in-law. 

Patrolman Joseph 0. Hodgkins of Division I3, thre 
mencing February 2, current, on account of the death 

Patrolman James T. McNulty of Division 14, three 
ing February 2, current, on account of the death of hi 
law. 



s, conm'iencing 

ther- in-law. 

, commencing 

other. 

e days, com- 

f his mother- 

e days, com- 
f his brother, 
days, commenc- 
s mother- in- 



The application of Patrolman John J. Culpin of Division 5 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Dudley Ma.nning, a deserter from the United States Army, 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman John P. Hoar of Division 10 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of William E. McNeill, a deserter from the United States 
Army, was granted. 



The following named police officers granted indefinite 
leave of absence from duty to enter the service of the United States 
Army or Navy, having received honorable discl-iarges, returned to 
duty as patrolmen at 5.45 P. M. , February' 3, l^l^:- 

Reserveman John J. Gonley of Division 18, granted leave of absence 
January 3I, I918, to enter the United States Naval Reserve Force. 

Reserveman Patrick J. McFeeley of Division 4, granted leave of 
absence, March 28, 1918, on account of being drafted. 



Attest: 



Chief Cle 




129 



130 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMvIISSIOliiffi. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, February 4, 1919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



I The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 

the following to the Department by General Order :- 

The resignation of Patrolman Daniel E. Grant of Division 
15 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Tuesday, February 4, I919, at 5. ''^5 P« M. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



885 


Carraody, 


Joseph P. 




1 8 Newman 


1469 


Connolly, 


Albert F. 




229 Eustis 


1497 


Troyse, 


Charles P. 


Jr. 


130 St. Bo 



st . 
st. 



St. 



The application of Joseph p. V/ilraarth, 90 East Newton 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License was rejected. 



The axjplicatioa of Ralph Bernstein for a license #63,719 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 24 Chardon 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919« 



131 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, PEBRUAKY 4-, 1^19 . 



Gontd. 



The application of Angus TIcDonald for a transfer of his 
license #2^,526 to set up and use a Haclcney Carriage from a garage 
at ^7 Cliff street to a garage at 14 Walnut avenue was granted. 



The application of John J. De Courcey, 40 Isatella street, 
approved by B. Head, Cashier, Gillette Safety Razor Company, for a 
license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May ^1, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonv/ealth were 
rejected:- 



Dolan, 

Jenkins, 

Tandberg, 



Thomas A. 
Ernest J. 
Thorvald M. 



12 Richards st., B. D. , 
12 Hedford st. , C. D. , 
351 Norfolk St. 



Arthur S. Wall, appointed February 3. current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Edward Segal for a Wagon License 
#B28,l88 to locate in front of 89 Broad street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919' 



The application of Charles H. Grace for a Wagon License 
to locate in front of 1 Marion street, Charlestown, was rejected. 



132 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919- 



Concluded. 



The application of Samuel H. Goldstein for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 24 Salem street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of a'bsence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolxnan Andrev/ W. Duncan of Division 2, three days, commenc- 
ing February 4, current, on account of the death of his son. 

Patrolman John J. Healey of Division l6, three days, commencing 
February 4, current, on account of the death of his father-in-law. 



Reserveman Richard M. Maloney, granted indefinite leave 
of absence November 2^', 191?, to enter the United States Naval Re- 
serve Force, having been placed on inactive duty in the service of 
the United States Navy, returned to duty at Station 4 as a patrolman 
at ^,4^ p. m. , February 4, 1919* 



It is hereby ordered, pursuant to the authority conferred 
by law upon the Police Commissioner, that Patrolman Daniel J. Lee 
of Division 5 ^e, and he hereby is, suspended from duty pending the 
hearing of the written complaint against him made by Captain John E. 
DrisGolL of Division 5* 



Attest; 




fc/iief Gleri 



OIFICS OF THE POLICE COimiSSIOKER. 
29 Peinberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, February 5» I/'IV- 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



133 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



34 Gurran, 

753 Doerfler, 

1268 Henebury, 

1391 Santry, 



John F. 
William E. 
William J, 
Timothy J. 



264 St. Botolph St. , 
30 Mt. Pleasant av., 
28 Forest st., Roxbury, 

269 West Fifth st. 



The application of Horace A. Maloon. 7 iiilford street, for 
a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2130 was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919« 



OI57IA] 

01571B( Henebury & Lavis 
OI57IC) 
53344 Santry, Timothy J. 



in a garage at 



222 Eliot St., 
541 E. Broadway. 



134 



BOSTON, ^ffiDl^TESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of James R. Vanderwarker for a transfer 
of his three licenses #016o6a, 016o6b and OI606C to set up and use 
Hackney Carriages from a garage at 819 Shawnut avenue to a garage at 
78 Linden Park street was granted. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
fifteen musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, for a 
Collective kusicians' License to accompany the funeral procession of 
the late Ciongi Lucio on Thursday, February 6, current, from 9«30 "to 
11.3c a. ra. , was granted. 

Route: From 7 Unity street to Charter, Salem and Prince 
streets, North square, North, Battery, Hanover, Charter, Unity, 
Tileston and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coiomonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31. 1919» 



Morse, 



Newton, 



George F. Jr. Franklin Park Zoo, 

approved by James B. Shea, Chairman, Park & 
Recreation Department, 
James H. 322 K St., 

approved by C. V/. RaixKin, Chief of Police, 
Boston 8c Maine Railroad. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Antonuk, 
Barry, 
De Sisto, 



Samuel 
David A. 
Louis 



8 Y/all St., 
1521 Washington st., 
7 Ryan St. 



135 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, I919. 



Contd. 



The petition of the Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, 
a railroad corporation having a passenger station in this city, pray 
ing for the appointment of 



Oscar Gerrig 



being a person in the 
police officer of and 
upon said petition th 
employment of said co 
act as a railroad pol 
purposes and with the 
1906 and Acts in addi 
said office until sai 



employment of said corporation as a railroad 
for said corporation, was acted upon, and 
e person named therein, being a person in the 
rporation, was appointed a police officer to 
ice officer of and for said corporation for the 
powers set forth in Chapter 463 of the Acts of 
tion Uiereto and amendatory thereof, to hold 
d appointment is revoked according to law. 



On the application of Winthrop Alexander, Superintendent, 
Peter J. Gough was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in 
and about the premises of the Suffolk County Court House for the 
year ending March 31. 1919* 



John J. Buckley, appointed February 3. current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



Notice having been received from the Boston Elevated 
Railway Company that the following named persons are no longer in 
its employ, the licenses granted to said persons were cancelled:- 



1262 


Ellis, 


Arthur L. 


Conductor, 


1083 


Zinit^, 


Frank W. 


n 


2427 


Warren, 


Raymond A. 


n 


2848 


Doherty, 


Jame s 


n 


2635 


Hunter, 


Eli J. 


n 


3217 


Dolan, 


Edward H. 


n 


4469 


McCarthy, 


Patrick L. 


II 


1894 


KiJTimel, 


Philip A. 


n 


1005 


Stanton, 


Louis P. 


11 


1028 


Crosby, 


Hanford T. 


ti 


1762 


Needham, 


Raymond J. 


H 



136 



BOSTON, \VEDlffiSDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



vated 


Ry. Licenses 


Cancelled - contd. 




1831 


Czajewski, 


Walter A. 


Conductor, 


ibao 


Shu 1 man, 


Louis 


II 


1865 


Dupers, 


Orlando G. J. 


ti 


1896 


Curley, 


James P. 


II 


1635 


Martin, 


Lewis J. 


It 


1355 


V/iggin, 


William P. 


II 


1795 


Tingen, 


William I. 


II 


1834 


Ruf, 


Arthur G. 


11 


2613 


Raskind, 


Samuel 


II 


2454 


Remington, 


Frederick H. 


11 


2606 


Cox, 


Clarence S. 


II 


2057 


Haran, 


Alexander 


II 


2863 


Julian, 


Ernest C. 


II 


2463 


Burke, 


Ambrose G. 


II 


2475 


Nadreau, 


Wilfred C. 


II 


2636 


Odenthal, 


Henry A. 


It 


2889 


Rodgerson, 


Thomas S. 


II 


2526 


Kirach, 


Raymond L. 


II 


4413 


Dow, 


Charles W. 


II 


4393 


Merrill, 


John T. 


II 


1464 


Cantwell, 


Prank E. 


II 


1827 


Levin, 


JacolD 


II 


1088 


Burke, 


Thomas P. 


II 


1302 


Gladstone, 


David 


II 


1759 


Ware, 


Joseph V . 


II 


1810 


Cunningham, 


Francis V. 


II 


1818 


Cooney, 


Edward P. 


II 


2830 


Beaudry, 


Alderic E. 


II 


2709 


Mullaney, 


John J. 


II 


2849 


McCabe, 


Fred T. 


II 


2148 


George, 


Walter E. 


II 


2648 


Peldman, 


Hyman 


II 


2567 


Phelan, 


James T. 


II 


2013 


Praiike , 


Walter P. 


II 


2568 


Soulier, 


Peter S. 


II 


2872 


Kenney, 


Martin F. 


II 


2466 


Stanley, 


Clifford R. 


II 


2482 


Berry, 


Ralph T. 


II 


3592 


Marcus, 


Henry 


II 


3600 


Duffy, . 


James J. 


It 


3174 


Breenahan, 


Joseph T. 


II 


3462 


Barthelemy, 


Lester G. 


II 


3234 


Wood, 


Stanley C. 


II 


4408 


Mullett, 


Hilliard P. 


II 


4597 


Shay, 


Charles E. 


II 


4442 


Crisafy, 


Stephen W. 


II 


4591 


Bremner, 


Gerald P. 


II 


0181 


Johnsoji, 


Augustus F. 


II 


246 


Flynn, 


Michael H. 


II 



137 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, I^BRUARY 3, 1919. 



Contd, 



Boston Elevated R^-. Licenses Cancelled - contd 



1652 
1001 
1774 

1049 
1128 
1347 
2601 
2643 
2472 

2858 

2529 
2871 
2487 
2665 
2027 
2838 
2660 
2506 
2501 
2461 
2476 
3423 

3299 
3482 
3012 
3348 
3338 
3448 
3226 
3083 
403L 
4456 
4123 

4017 

4573 

4093 

4576 
1881 
1098 
1013 

1352 

1893 
1146 

1410 

1449 



Richardson, 


Audley F. 


Conductor, 


Mullin, 


William J. 


n 


Boretti, 


Charles J. 


n 


Ritvo, 


Nathan 


II 


Ran son, 


George P. 


II 


Gonlogue, 


James 


It 


Einbinder, 


David 


II 


Dolph, 


Albert 


n 


Stowell, 


Olira M. 


n 


Creelinan, 


Prank A. 


It 


Greenbaum, 


Harold F. 


II 


Reiainger, 


Elmer W. 


n 


Ahsiaan, 


Hyraan 


n 


Has on, 


Clinton A. 


N 


Donahue, 


James F. 


n 


Ryan, 


Francis T. 


ti 


Nokes, 


Arthur J. 


11 


Shine, 


Patrick J. 


N 


Keefe, 


Robert J. 


M 


For man. 


George 


It 


Gallanter, 


Edward 


II 


Evans, 


Berton S. 


n 


Beaton, 


Joseph LI. 


n 


Hurley, 


Timothy J. 


It 


Doian, 


Frank E. 


It 


Gloran, 


Karry J. 


II 


Allen, 


William H. 


II 


Savery, 


J. Luther 


II 


Smith, 


William J. 


H 


Wallace, 


Edward B. 


M 


Reynolds, 


Joseph E. 


II 


Egan, 


Edward H. 


II 


Dorman, 


Frank G. 


It 


Snow, 


George R. 


II 


Hurst, 


V/illiam I. 


II 


Guilfoyle, 


Frank I'A. 


H 


Bowen, 


Uberto W. 


H 


Boyce, 


Charles P. 


It 


Johnson, 


Samuel H. 


It 


Ross, 


Harold G. 


It 


Rice, 


V/illiam A. 


It 


Burns , 


Prank E. 


II 


Button, 


Gerald E. 


11 


liagee. 


John 


H 


McCorraick, 


Francis P. 


II 


Nichols, 


James P. 


It 



138 



BOSTON, 



YffiDlJESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



vated 


Ry. Licenses 


Cancelled - contd. 




2511 


Miskell. 


William H. 


Conductor, 


2890 


McCarthy, 


Dennis F. 


II 


2276 


Mahan, 


Charles E. 


It 


32b'0 


Boyle, 


John J. 


II 


344? 


Kaufoian, 


Harry 


II 


3264 


O'lleil, 


Arthur T, 


II 


3375 


Luiz, 


Joseph M. 


n 


3076 


Harris, 


William F. 


It 


3017 


DeWolf, 


Albert K. 


II 


3557 


Grace, 


Gerald A. 


II 


3371 


Walsh, 


Michael T. 


n 


3189 


Ryan, 


William P. • 


H 


4487 


Burke, 


Alva I. 


n 


4551 


Vincent, 


Arthur A. 


II 


4497 


Coughlan, 


Francis E. 


II 


4303 


Supple, 


Leo J. 


n 


064 


Dooling, 


Joseph L. 


II 


012y 


Robinson, 


Charles I. 


II 


090 


Ayera, 


Samuel G. 


II 


1731 


Skillings, 


Horace W. 


Motorman, 


1560 


Norkus, 


James P. 


II 


1754 


Duplissa, 


William 


II 


1729 


Korthaus, 


Frank 


II 


2516 


Conway, 


Thomas C. 


It 


3301 


Kelley, 


James L. 


It 


4490 


Smith, 


George W. 


It 


1772 


Gade, 


Gustav A. 


n 


1779 


Mushrow, 


I'ilanford A. 


H 


1738 


Pease, 


Ernest C. 


ft 


1089 


McCabe, 


Patrick 


n 


1742 


Wolski, 


Adam M. 


It 


7231 


Healey, 


Michael J. 


II 


3178 


Simpson, 


William G. 


H 


4173 


McGloin, 


Michael 


n 


1023 


O'Sullivan, 


Thomas 


n 


1258 


Murphy, 


Stephen 


II 


1187 


McCuin, 


William T. 


It 


1292 


McNeil, 


James J. 


n 


1678 


V/old, 


Andrew A. 


n 


2471 


Turner, 


James M. 


tt 


2047 


Flynn, 


Michael H. 


•1 


246 


Flynn, 


Michael H. 


It 


3389 


Downey, 


Francis 


It 


3065 


Reed, 


Isaac E. 


It 


302^ 


Morrissey, 


Andrew T. 


It 


4498 


Gregoiry, 


Henry 


II 



139 



BOSTON. VffiDl^SDAY, FEBKUAl^Y :?', l^iy. 



Contd, 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



1777 


LeMack, 


Albert 


Motorraan, 


1748 


Lee, 


Charles H. 


n 


1676 


Burroughs, 


Frank E. 


It 


223V 


Donahue, 


Michael T. 


II 


2084 


Gavaza, 


John M. 


II 


2615 


Kelley, 


John J. 


N 


2067 


Begley, 


Jeremiah J. 


n 


2496 


lia comber, 


Otis R. 


n 


2658 


McKelvey, 


John 


n 


2655 


Dobson, 


Adarn 


« 


2591. 


Donnelly, 


Henry A. 


If 


3137 


Lynch, 


John 


It 


3075 


McDonald, - 


Michael F. 


fi 


4306 


Collier, 


Ellis 


fi 


4500 


Hedtler, 


Clarence 


II 


0244 


Robinson, 


Charles I. 


II 


44 6y 


Growell, 


Hartley 


If 


3209 


Anderson, 


Olof E. 


n 


1038 


Benner, 


John B. 


If 


1755 


Paulson, 


Victor 


II 


246 


Fly nn. 


Michael H. 


Starter. 



I 



The application of Patrolman Charles H. Bullock of 
Division 4 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing 
February 7, current, to take his wife vi^ho is ill to IJIaine, was 
granted without pay. 



Patrolman William F. Brown, granted an indefinite leave 
of absence from duty October 27, l^lo, to enter the United States 
Marine Corps, having received an honorable disc3iarge, returned to 
duty at Station 16 at 5.45 P. M. , February 5, l^l^. 



140 



BOSTON, WEDl-ffiSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, I919. 



Concluded 



It is hereby ordered that Captains James P. Canney, Ross A 
Perry and Charles T. Reardon, be and they are hereby appointed 
pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 to consti- 
tute a trial board in such cases as may be referred to it for hear- 
ing. Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter 
appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the coaplaint of Captain 
Herbert W. Goodwin of Division 9 against Patrolman Patrick F. 
Moore of Division 9 ^s referred for hearing to the trial board, 
consisting of Captains James P. Canney, Ross A. Perry and Charles T. 
Reardon. The hearing will be held at this office Friday, February 
7, 1919, at 2.15 p. m. 



Attest: 



Chief Cll^^ 



141 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMHSSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, February 6, I919. 



Police CoiTirnissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

In accordance with a notice given in General Order No. 26, the 
Police Depart'uoni- e.-caciination of Reservemen therein prsrided for will be 
held, by the cour'-esy of the Massachasetts Civil Service Commission at 
room 15, State House, Manday, February 1?, 19^9 1 at 9. 30 A- 1£. 

Division Csimnanders will bo arrange all duties of the Reserve- 
men who are to be examined that they may attend in the best possible 
condition; and especially are they to be relieved not later than one 
o'clock on the morning of Februaiy 1? from street duty and from attend- 
ance at station houses. 



The resignation of Charles H. Timmins, janitor at the 
City Prison, having been presented, it was accepted to take effect 
February 6, 1919. 



The application of the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America 
by Mrs. George E. Peabody, Vice President, for an Amusement License 
to have a toy dog show in the Dutch Room of the Copley Square Hotel 
Huntington avenue, on Wednesday evening, February 12, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



142 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junlc Collectors' Licenses were rejected:- 



Cohen, Rubin 
Silverman, Joseph 



43 Elmo St. , 
60 Allen St. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, I919. 



Gorraley, 
Graham, 
Halpin, 
Jamieson, 

McCarthy, 
Shanahan, 
Toombs, 



Joseph V. 1014 Little Building, 
James H. 420 Center st., J. P., 

Thomas J. 7 Fairview av., 

William D. 290 I.Iassachusetts av., 

Lexington, 
40 Bowdoin St., Medford, 
38 Park Vale av., B. D. , 
29 Armandine st. , 
approved by Ensign James E. Wharton, Aide 
for Information, 1st Naval District, Little 

Building. 



Joseph \7. 
Raymond 
Frederick W. 



The application of Harry A. Waldron, 2 Willow court, 
Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the 
year ending April 30, I919. 



Goldstein, 


Samuel H. 


24 Salem st. , 


Rubin, 


Samuel 


1991 Washington st.. 


Shapiro, 


Samuel 


181 Cabot St., 


Tally, 


Jacob F. 


147 Northampton st. 


Zide, 


David L. 


462 Tremont st. 



143 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 191^. 



Contd. 



The application of William H. Kirkland for a transfer of 
his license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 36 Columbus avenue 
to 12 Columbus avenue was granted. 



On the application of the Shepard Norwell Company by- 
Jerome K. Sterne, Superintendent, the following named persons were 
appointed Special Police Officerslfor duty in and about the premises 
of said company located on Winter and Tremont streets and Temple 
place for the year ending llarch 3^1 ^9^^' 

Earl C. Farrington, 
Eugene H. Gieringer, 
Leslie A. Hapgood. 



Peter J. Gough, appointed February ^, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Captain Richard Fitzgerald of Division 
3 for permission for the officers of ?iis division to make voluntary 
contributions to be given to the family of Patrolman Frank L. 
Merritt who is dangerously ill at the City Hospital was granted. 



Trial Board, 
and Charles '^ 



consisting of Captains James P. Canney, 

y and Charles T. Reardon, appointed February 5i current, 

referred the complaint of Captain Herbert ¥. Goodwin, 

olrrian Patrick F. Moore of Division 9. is hereby 
-^ .,.. .._ ..... ^--.- -_.... ^ ^- -^ p, - 



The 
Ross A. Perry 
to which was 
against Patr^-...^.**. ^^ „**v... ^. ^ «* .^-.-^ ,, -w, ^ 

cancelled by reason of the hearing hiaving been continued to 3 
Monday, February 10, I919. 



m. 



144 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, lyi?. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for full pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty by reason of sickness or death in their families, were 
granted :- 



Patrol. 
(I 

n 

N 
H 
N 

n 
n 

N 

N 

n 
ti 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 

Reserve. 

Patrol. 
•I 

Captain 

Patrol. 
II 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 
II 

M 



Henry J. Boutlier, 
Michael E. Fitzgerald, 
William B. McKinnon, 
James J. Garrity, 
Gustaf 0. Benson, 
John H. Rogers, 
Jeremiah A. Crowley, 
Jeremiah J. McCarthy, 
John F. O'lTeil, 
Michael J, Welch, 
Jeremiah Kelly, 
Patrick J. Trimlet, 
Daniel J. Sweeney, 
Thomas H. Soutter, 
George E. Lewis, 
John T. O'Keefe, 
Thoma.s K. Keenan, 
David V. Tintle, 
Joseph Karrima.n, 
Andrew J. Hurley, 
Jajaes Hani on, 
Sumner S. Foster, 
Michael J. Shea, 
Charles A. Kihlgren, 
Fred V/. Sonnemann, 



Div. 


i, 


3 


days, 


II 


1, 


3 


II 


II 


1. 


3 


II 


n 


2. 


3 


II 


II 


3. 


21 


II 


ti 


3. 


3 


II 


n 


4, 


2 


n 


H 


4. 


1 


II 


II 


4. 


3 


II 


II 


4. 


2 


II 


II 


5. 


3 


II 


II 


6. 


3 


II 


M 


/ 1 


3 


II 


II 


^ * 


16 


II 


II 


10. 


3 


II 


N 


10, 


3 


II 


n 


12, 


3 


II 


•I 


12. 


3 


n 


n 


13. 


2 


tt 


II 


14, 


3 


•1 


II 


15. 


3 


II 


II 


19, 


3 


II 


II 


15. 


3 


II 


C. P 


• . 


3 


II 


C. P 


• . 


3 


n 



« 



11.50 

11.50 

fa. 22 
11.50 
63.27 

9.04 

6.57 
9.04 

8.22 

7.67 
9.86 
11.50 
14.38 
76.71 
11.50 
7.39 
11.50 
11.50 
16.44 
11,50 
11.50 
14.38 
11.50 
11.50 
11.50 



$389.19 



The applications of the follov/ing named police officers 
for half pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty by reason of sickness as provided by section 5 o^ Rule 36 
of the Police Manual, were granted :- 



Patrol. 
II 



Reserve. 

Patrol. 
II 

Sergeant 
II 



Cornelius Brennan, 
Peter F. Conlon, 
John Lynch, 
Francis X. McCarthy, 
Mathew E. Hopkins, 
Elijah L. Nickerson, 
Patrick F. Flaherty, 
William P. Gaffney, 



Div. 


1. 


17 


days, 


$ 32.60 


II 


1. 


3 


II 


4.11 


II 


1. 


2 




3.83 


II 


1. 


25 




30.80 


II 


2. 


5 




9.59 


II 


2. 


5 




9.59 


II 


3. 


10 




23.97 


II 


3. 2d 
over. 


• . 


67.12 


Carry 


1181.61 



145 



BOSTON, THUHSDAY, KCBKUAKY 6, 19iy. 



Contd. 



Half Pay Allowed for lost time - contd. 



Patrol. 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 



Reserve. 
Patrol. 



Sergeant 
Patrol. 



Reserve, 
Patrol. 



Brought 
Michael Lynch, Div. 
Patrick J. McDonough, " 
Otis D. Parmenter, 
David Buckley, 
Christopher A. Clayton, 
Richard J. Dwyer, 
I\/[artin J. Lynch, 
Charles C. McDonald, 
John F. Sheehan, 
James F. Dooley Jr., 
Michael M. Foley, 
Jeremiah Kelley, 
Jeremiah fCelley, 
Joseph H. Porter, 
Thomas Thornton, 
George M. Gould, 
Norman F. Sherman, 
John F. Burke, 
Michael Goodman, 
Patrick Rickey, 
Patrick J. Mai inn, 
Thomas Connor, 
Francis S. Duff in, 
Hugh F. Marston, 
John P. Mattson, 
John J. Austin, 
George LI. Kelley, 
James H. McLean, 
John V. Marena, 
William J. Mulvey, 
Charles J. Wallace, 
James A. McCormack, 
Frederick A. Kopp, 
Hugh P. McGuire, 
Thomas 0. O'Neil, 
Frank A. Ball, 
John Buckley, 
Thomas M. Keenan, 
Arthur J. I/iarks, 
John H. Spratt, 
John W. Forbes, 
John W. Forbes, 
John V7. Forbes, 
James F. Gaquin, 



•I 

H 
H 

n 

H 

II 
n 
n 
II 
n 

H 
H 
N 



II 
11 
II 
It 
II 
II 
11 
n 



forvj 
3. 
3. 
3. 

4, 
4. 
4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
5. 

5. 
5. 
5. 
5. 

t: 

6. 

7. 

7, 

7. 

7. 

8, 

8. 

8. 

8, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 
10, 

11. 
11. 
11, 
11, 

12. 
12. 
12, 
12. 
12, 
13. 

13. 
13. 
13. 



ard 


. • • 


$ 181.61 


21 


days. 


40.27 


4 




9.59 


6 




11.50 


5 




9.59 


2 




3.56 


8 




15.34 


18 




■ 34.52 


12 




18.08 


2 




3.83 


7 




9.59 


30 




57.53 


3 




4.93 


8 




13.15 


'i 




17.26 


20 




27.39 


26 




4^.86 


6 




11.50 


8 




15.34 


2y 


n 


55.62 


30 


II 


57.53 


10 


11 


12.32 


8 


•1 


15.34 


8 


H 


15.34 


6 




11.50 


3 




5.34 


7 




9.59 


3 




5^75 


3 




5.75 


4 




7.67 


4 


II 


7.67 


2 


II 


4.79 


4 


II 


7.67 


4 


II 


7.67 


6 


n 


11.50 


13 


II 


24.93 


2 


II 


2.46 



5 
2 

11 
18 
3 
4 
5 
5 



II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
It 
II 
•I 



9.59 

3.83 
15.06 

34.52 
5.75 
7>^7 
9.59 
6.85 



Carry over. 



% 895.74 



146 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEEIiUAKY 6, 1^1 9. 



Half pay allowed for lost time - concluded. 



Contd. 



Br 



Patrol. 


Joseph 0. Hodgkins, 


11 


Owen A. Katon, 


N 


John H. McCabe, 


11 


John P. O'Neil, 


n 


John P. O'Neil, 


w 


Joseph F. (guilty. 


Lieut. 


John W. Riordan, 


Patrol. 


Willie K. Burns, 


It 


Kieran Duffy, 


It 


Andrew J. Hurley, 


N 


Henry L. Moran, 


n 


James J. Sullivan, 


" 


Elam W. Morgan, 


Sergeant 


James A. Murphy, 


Patrol. 


Everett A. Nash, 


« 


Hugh O'Neill, 


n 


William B. t^uinan. 


•1 


Richard J. Pickett, 


n 


Michael J. Shea, 


n 


John J. Gorman, 


n 


John J. Healey, 


11 


Edward G. Kennedy, 


H 


llichael H. Murphy, 


n 


Patrick Murphy, 


II 


John A. McGillivray 


Reserve. 


Darby J. Goode, 


Sergeant 


William A. Lyons, 


Patrol. 


Isaac T. M^'ers, 


II 


James J, Mullin, 


n 


Albert J. Nott, 


II 


Eugene F. Dagle, 


II 


Patrick J. Duke, 


II 


Daniel J. Lynch, 


Inspector 


Levi W. Burr, 




Thomas B. Greene, 



ought 


forward. 


• • 


. 1 895.74 


Di'v 


. 13. 


1 


days. 


1.92 


n 


13, 


23 


If 


44.09 


n 


13. 


z 


If 


11.50 


n 


13. 


23 


ft 


44.09 


N 


13. 


3 


II 


5.7^ 


II 


13, 


1^, 


It 


24.93 


n 


13. 


4 


It 


10.96 


« 


14, 


^1 


ft 


32.60 


w 


14, 


6 


It 


11.50 


II 


14, 


4 


It 


7.67 


II 


14. 


8 


H 


10.96 


n 


14, 


2 


If 


3.83 


n 


14, 


30 


It 


57.53 


n 


14, 


3 


tl 


7.19 


n 


14. 


13 


ft 


24.93 


II 


14. 


20 


ft 


3ti.35 


II 


14. 


30 


tl 


57.53 


II 


15. 


14 


It 


26.85 


n 


15. 


4 


II 


7.67 


n 


16, 


11 


II 


21.09 


n 


16. 


3 


It 


5.7^ 


It 


lb. 


1 


It 


i.92 


n 


16, 


6 


ft 


8.22 


If 


16, 


5 


II 


9.59 


II 

1 


16, 


4 


It 


7.67 


It 


17. 


3 


n 


3.69 


II 


17. 


5 


tt 


11.99 


If 


17. 


2 


It 


3.83 


N 


17. 


5 


•1 


9.59 


M 


17. 


7 


H 


13.42 


If 


19. 


4 


II 


5.75 


ft 


19. 


3 


11 


5.75 


II 


19. 


5 


It 


9.59 


B. 


C. I. 


10 


It 


27.39 


40 


Joy St 
a 1, 


. 4 

• 


tl 

• « 


6.00 


Tot 


. 11476.83 



147 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, ITEBRUAIiY 6, I919. Concluded. 



A requigition for the payment of the pay-rolla for the 
week ending February 6, current, was approved aa follows : - 



Police Iiepartrnent, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House i£atrons. 

Soldiers' pay-roll, 
Total, 



$46,266.86 
599.26 
550.02 
181.39 

742.94 
148.393.70 



Attest: 




Chief CI 



148 



OPFICiJ OP THE POLICE COIJMISSIOKKR. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Friday, February 7, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 



follows:- 



Rule 13, Section 17. is hereby amended to read as 



During their tour of duty, patro 
phone any information of importance, and c 
require their patrolmen to report at least 
by signal from different boxes, and as oft 
deemed advisable. Patrolmen must signal 
jroute within the first hour of duty. If 
cannot with due regard for his duty signal 
jquired, he shall report the fact and the r 
superior officer in charge of his Station 
of duty. 



Imen shall report by tele- 
omraanding officers shall 

once every forti* minutes 
en by telephone as may be 
from all boxes on each 
for an^ reason a patrolman 

from a box as above re- 
easons therefor to the 
at the end of his tour 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 



Members 
duty whose day off 
duty does not begi 
morning roll call, 
except that Divisi 
them to so report. 

This ord 
tendent. 

The atte 
of those members a 
Rules and Regulati 
permission. Viol 
offense. 



of the Regular and Reserve Force assigned to night 
ends at a morning roll call and whose tour of 

n until night, who have heretofore reported at 
are until further order excused from so reporting, 

on Commanders in cases of emergency may require 

er may be suspended at any time by the Superin- 

ntion of the members of the Force and especially 
ffected by this order, is called to rule 34 of the 
ons which forbids absence from the City without 
ation of this Rule will be considered a serious 



149 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, I^BERUARY 7, I919, 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Auctioneers' Licenses were granted for the year ending December 31, 



Jenkins, 
Lowenstein, 



Charles H. 
Max 



Pier jffl, South Boston, 
205 Colurnbus av . 



The applications of the following naraed persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, 1^9. 

Endicott st., 
Ticknor st., 
Y/oodville st. , 
Webster av. , Som. , 
Columbus av . , 
Vine St., Roxbury, 
Harold st. , Boxbury, 
Astor St. , 
Pratt St.. E. D., 



1500 


Capodilupo, 


Alfonso 


196 


1505 


Carroll, 


Edward C. 


12 


1511 


French, 


Arthur C. 


16 


i5oy 


Gallagher, 


Walter 


21 


984 


Hayes, 


Sebron 


531 


1517 


Mugridge, 


Richard J. 


16 


58 


McDonald, 


Lewis D. 


40 


1525 


Temple, 


Maurice E. 


64 


1510 


Tirnmins, 


Edward 


48 



The application of Leo J. Turner, 9 Rollins court, for a 
jopy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2133 ^^^ granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919* 



63. '"■59 Capodilupo, Alfonso 

52,727 Doerfler, William E. 

82,792 Mugridge, Richard J. 

63,203 iicDonald, Lewis D. 

43,044 Temple, Lfeiurice E. 



in a garage at 
II II II II 



n 


II 


II 


n 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 



24 Chardon St., 
541 Tremont st. , 
350 Dudley st. , 
I6& Warren st., Pox., 

^^ Bickerstaff st. 



150 



B0ST01v\ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Ernest M. Miller for a copy of his 
license #01979B to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 
293 Northampton street was granted. 



The application of Ernest M. Miller for a copy of his 
special stand for Hackney Carriage License #01979B on Columbus 
avenue, northeast corner of Massachusetts avenue, was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, 1919. 



Bonney, 

Bryant, 

Chase, 

Coie, 

Cutting, 

Gaynor, 

Goulart, 

Kennedy, 

Kersey, 

Moore, 

O'Rourke, 

Russell, 

Smith, 

Torrance, 

V/elch, 

White, 

Worden, 



Lamb , 



Percy' W. 
Robert H. 
Arthur H. 
Albert J. 
Ashley P. 
Patrick J. 
Charles S. 
Thomas A. y 
John E. 

Charles L. M. ' 
John E. 
William E. 
Benjamin F. 
Leslie B. 
John 
Harry P. 

Harry A. 

approved by C. W 

American Rai 

Arnold J. 

approved by V/. H 

Turner Co 



South Station, 

Hemenway st., 

South Station, 

South Station, 

Bird St., D. D. , 

South Station, 

Crapo St., New Bedford, 

"A" Somerville av. Som. 

Temple st. , 

South Station, 

Wood St., Prov. R. I., 

Shawmut av . , New Bedford, 

South Station 

V/ater st. , Plymouth, 

Church St., Mansfield, 

Church St., " 

South Station, 
Robie, General Manager, 
Iwa.y Express Company, 

142 Bradstreet av., Eeachmont 
Nye, District Contract Mgr., 
nstruction Company. 



104 



12 

45 

212 

48 

132 
92 

5 

^1 
96 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



151 



Oscar Gerrig, appointed February 5. current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties in- 
cumbent on hirn as a railroad police officer. 



The following named persons, appointed February 6, cur- 
rent, appeared and made oat/i to faithfully and impartially perforin 
all the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 

Eugene H. Gieringer, 
Leslie A. Hapgood. 



On the application of the Bay State Street Railway 
Company by Y/allace B. Donham, Receiver, licenses were granted to 
the following named persons as conductors and motormen in the employ 
of said company :- 



1505 Rasmussen, 
I69& Gibson, 



Albert J. 
Archibald L. 



Conductor, 
Motorman. 



On the application of the Boston Elevated Railway Company 
by Edward Dana, Transportation Superintendent, licenses were 
granted to the following named persons as conductors and motormen 
in the employ of said company:- 



4432 


Alves, 


Albert F. 


Conductor, 


2454 


Auber, 


Ralph E. 


II 


i7:?9 


Breen, 


Bertram G. 


II 


1865 


Burke, 


Jeremiah J. 


n 


1894 


Caineron, 


James W. G. 




025 


Champion, 


John \7. 


■ M 


18&3 


Drew, 


Louis 


M 


1005 


Fay, 


Arthur H. 


H 


2863 


Finegan, 


Peter 


H 



152 



BOSTOH, FRIDAY, EEBHUARY 7. 1919. 



Gontd, 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Granted - concluded. 



2051 


French, 


Albert P. 


Conductor, 


2568 


Greene, 


Warren I. 


II 


2567 


Hannaford, 


Charles W. 


II 


1896 


Hofinann, 


Arthur V/. Jr. 


II 


2606 


Hurley, 


George H. 


II 


2463 


Julian, 


Arthur F. 


II 


3396 
1834 


Lacey, 


Edward J. 


II 


LaFleur, 


Raymond F. 


II 


2814 


Lane, 


John F. 


II 


2475 


Levethan, 


Benjamin 


II 


2427 


Lynch, 


John J. 


II 


3072 


McGuire, 


Edward F. 


II 


2889 


Nickerson, 


Gordon F. 


11 


1147 


O'Malley, 


John P. 


II 


2635 


Rodenhiser, 


Herman A. 


II 


1880 


Shaughnessy , 


Patrick J. 


11 


1885 


Sliney, 


Harold J. 


II 


2830 


Sullivan, 


Cornelius 


II 


3202 


Walker, 


V/ilfred W. 


II 


2636 


Wiitney, 


Miles S. 


II 


4114 


O'Connell, 


Jeremiah J. 


Motorman, 


1064 


Paulson, 


Victor 


II 



The application of Walter Massucco for a Wagon License 
#3':^0 to locate in front of 176 Gladstone street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1919' 



The application of Patrolman Michael M. Shea of Division 
15 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of William H. Chase, a deserter from the United States 
Navy was granted. 



BOSTON, 


FRIDAY, 


FEBRUARY 7, I9I9 


Contd. 


Patrolman Frank C. Durgin, granted indefinite leave of 


absence iJoveinber 4, Iyi8, to enlist in the United States Guards, 


having received an honorable discharge, returned to dut^' at Station 


16 at 7.45 a. m., February 7, l^iy. 


The applications of the following named persons for 


licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 


herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Cormnissioners 


approved:- 


1 

Baer, Aaron 235 Hanover st.. 


Baldini. A. & Co. 135-137 North st., j 


Clinton Produce Co. 14 Mercantile st.. 


Eames, Edgar F. 60 Blackstone st.. 


Eames, Elbridge J. 64 Blackstone st.. 


Leverone, Frank 150 Summer st., 


Murdock, J. L. & Co. Il6i--ll8 Blackstone st. , 


Plymouth Creamery Co. 99 Commerce st.. 


Wingersky, Lazarus 5 Marshall st. 


The following is a list of the members of the Police 


Department who were granted leave of absence to enter the United 


States Army or iTavy, who were honorably discharged therefrom, and 


were restored to duty in the Department on the dates herein given:- 


Name. Div. Rank. Leave of Restored to 


Absence. Duty. 


Gorham, John J. E. 


16 


Reserve. 


Jan. 21, 1918. 


Nov. 21, 1918. 


Kelley, Frank A. 


16 


Patrol. 


Aug. 22, 1918. 


Dec. 1, 1918. 1 
As a patrolman | 


Flynn, Ufilliam 


3 


Reserve. 


Sep. 21, 1917. 


Dec. 2, 1918. 


King, John R. 


2 


Patrol. 


•• 10, 1918. 


" 2, 1918. 


Moore, Patrick F. 


9 


II 


Aug. 26, 1918. 


9. 1918. 


Bagley, William F. 


9 


II 


Oct. 19. 1918. 


16, 1918. 


Lane, Michael B. 


12 


Reserve. 


Aug. 24, 1918. 


16, 1918. 


Martin, John J. 


16 


Patrol. 


Oct. 27. 1918. 


" 16, 1918. 


Miley, Joseph W. 


16 


M 


Aug. 17, 1918. 


16, 1918. 


Leahy, George F. 


3 


II 


•• 12, 1918. 


20, 1918. 


Mclnnes, John F. 


2 


11 


25, 1917. 


23, 1918. 



153 



154 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, I919. 



Continued. 



Members of Department in Array or Navy who were restored to duty. 



Name. 



Div. Rank. 



Leave of 
Absence . 



mmrn^fJU 



Hanley, Matthew J. 
Schlenkert, Anthony E, 
Kelley, Edward J. Jr. 
O'Brien, Thomas J. 
Pox, John P. 
Flaherty, Frank J. 
Grant, Daniel E. 
Weiss, Clarence E. 

Williams, Peter J. 

Ball , Frank A. 
Bennett, Charles A. 

Murphy, Maurice F. 

Moylan, Michael J. 

[Donahue, Thomas F. 

Gaquin, James F. 

Kendrick, V/illiam L. 
Tully, Joseph L. 

Winn, Michael J. 

Murphy, John H. 

Ferreira, George E. 

lilay, William T. 
Sarjeant, Joseph J. 

'Sprat t, Walter H. 
Fitzgerald, James W. 



Patrol. 

n 



12 
C. C. 

0. 
B. C. 

I. 
1 

16 
13 

3 
3 

17 
2 

1 

18 

G. C. 
0. 

9 
c. c. 

0. 



Reserve, 
Patrol. 



Reserve 



Clerk & 

Me s ' g ' r 
Clerk 

Reserve. 



Pa,trol. 
Reserve. 



Clerk 

Reserve. 

Me s ' g ' r 



Feb. 
Jan. 
July 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
July 
Aug. 

Re 
Aug. 

Re 
Dec. 



13, 1918. 

21, 1918. 

1, 1918. 

4, 1918. 

20, 1918. 

1. 1917. 

15. 1918. 

28, 1918. 
signed 

23. 1918. 
signed 

e>. 1917. 

3. 1917. 



May 27, 1918. 

Resigned 
May 30, 1918. 

Resigned 
Mar. 12, I918. 

July 29, 1918. 

Nov. 30, 1917. 
July 27, 1918. 

Aug. 14, 1918. 

Apr. 1, lyiO. 

July 21, 1918. 

Resigned 
July 20, 1918. 
May 8, 1918. 

" 7, 1918. 
July 17, 1918. 



Restored to 

Duty. 

Dec. 26, 1918. 

" 26, 1918. 

" 26, 1918. 

" 27, 1918. 

Jan. 7. 1919. 

7. 1919. 

7. 1919. 

7, 1919. 

Reinstated 

Jan. 7, 1919. 

Reinstated 
Jan. 7, 1919. 
7, 1919. 

7. 1919. 
Reinstated 
Jan. 10, 1919. 

Reinstated 
Jan. 15, 1919. 

As a patrolman 
Jan. 16, 1919. 

As a patrolman 
Jan. 16, 1919. 
" 20, 1919. 
As a patrolman 
Jan. 20, 1919. 

As a patrolman 
Jan. 22, I9I9. 

As a patrolman 
Jan. 27, 1919. 

Reinstated 
Jan. 27, 1919. 
27. 1919. 

" 28, 1919. 
29. 1919. 



BOSTOK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Memters of Department in Anny or 1-Tavy who were restored to duty - 

concluded. 



Name. 


Div. Rank. 


Leave 


of 


Restored to 






Absence. 


Duty. 












As a patrolman 


Maloney, Richard M. 


4 


Reserve 


. Nov. 25, 


1917. 


Feb. 4, 1519. 
As a patrolman 


Conley, John J. 


Ib 


II 


Jan. 31, 


1918. 


Feb. 3, 1919. 
As a patrolman 


llcPeeley, Patrick J. 


4 


II 


Mar. 28, 


1918. 


Feb. 3. 1919. 


Brown, William F. 


16 


Patrol. 


Oct. 27, 


1918. 


5. 1919. 


Durgin, Frank C. 


16 


II 


llov . 4 , 


1918. 


7. 191V. 



Attest: 



Chief Cle 




156 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiaaSSIOlJER. 
2V Peinberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, February 8, 1919. 



Police Coraaissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



John Johnson was employed as a temporary marine fireman 
at Station 8 for a period of ten days, ending February I7, 1919, 
with pay at the rate of Thirteen Hundred (I300) Dollars per annum. 



The application of Louis H. Mudgett for an Amusement 
License to have moving pictures in Symphony Hall located at the 
corner of Ijlassachusetts and Huntington avenues on Tuesday evening, 
February 11, current, was forv/arded to His Honor the Mayor approved, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



719 Cutter, 
1634 Seaver, 



Fitch H. 
Edward ?. 



57 Hyde Park av . , 
530 Newbury st. 



The application of Jacob Kir.-nnel, 49 Spring street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1919. 



157 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1^19 . 



Coatd. 



The applications of the following named persons, approved 
by G. H. Walker, Houghton & Button Company, for licenses to carry 
pistols or revolvers in this Goi.iMonwealth were granted for the 
year ending liay 31,191^. 



Black, 
Bird, 



John 
Michael F. 



Munroe av., WolDurn, 
115 Warren st.. Revere. 



On the application of W. W. Lydston, idanager, Louis Boinay 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of the Superb Theatre located at 1122 Columbus avenue for 
the year ending I^rch 31, 1919. 



On the application of the Mohawk Amusement Company by 
P. F. Lydon, Treasurer, Charles A. Blora was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #429 Broadway for 
the year ending March 31, I919. 



On the application of John Henes, Owner, George P. Burton 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of the Apollo Tneatre located at 1048-1050 Washington 
street for the year ending March 31, 1919 • 



The six Wagon Licenses granted to Henry S. Barron on 
July 1, 1918, were cancelled by reason of the licensee having sold 
his wagons. 



5661 


in 


front 


of 


49 Commercial st.. 


5660 


II 


II 


II 


51 " •• 


5447 


n 


•1 


II 


52 '• " 


5473 


II 


II 


II 


52 " 


3644 


II 


II 


II 


^'6 " " 


2280 


n 


•1 


ti 


60 " " 



158 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, 53BRUARY 8, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 

Division 1. 



in a stalsle at 337 North st., 
" " " " 19 No. Margin st., 



Pontefract. ,V. P. 



" front of 



35 Endicott st., 



411 Galasso, Adam 

422 Paretsky, James 

423 
22d0 
3644 
5447 

5473 
5660 

in place of Henry S. Barron. 
416 Mercurio, Philip in a stable at I9 No. Margin st. , 
391) 

402( Reid, George W. " front of 128 Fulton st., 
409) 

Division 7. 

385 Zarba, Michele in front of 174 London st. 



The application of Patrolman William R. Harrington of 
Division 6 for leave of absence from duty for four days, commencing 
February 7, current, on account of the death of his brother was 
granted without pay. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved :- 



Boston Consolidated Co. 
Diamond Beef Co. 
Eaton & Company 
Hershrnan, Jacob 
Stern, Barnett 



11-15 Hoxbury st., 
89 Blackstone st. , 
52 Blackstone st., 
187 North St. , 
38 North St. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. I919. Concluded. 



It is hevelay ordered that Captains Thomas F, Goode, 
Michael J. Goff and Richard Fitzgerald "be and they are hereby ap- 
pointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 
to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred to it 
for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is here- 
after appointed. 



159 



It is hereby ordered 
Herbert \V. Goodwin of Division 



that the complaint of Captain 
9 against Patrolman Patrick F. 



Moore 



of Division 9 "be referred for hearing to the trial board consisting 
of Captains Thomas F. Goode, Michael J. Goff and Richard Fitzgerald. 
The hearing will be held at tnis office Monday, February 10, current, 
at 2.15 p. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain John E. 
Driscoll of Division 5 against Patrolman Daniel J. Lee of Division 5 
be referred for hearing to the trial board consisting of Captains 
Thomas F. Goode, Michael J. Goff and Richard Fitzgerald. The 
hearing will be held at this office Monday, February 10, current, 
at 3 P» ^' 



Attest: 




Chief Cl^k. 



160 



0FFIC3 0? TKli] POLICE COlJIMISSIOinSR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, February 10, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Alice J. 
Brennan, widow of the late Patrolman Edward F. Brennan of Division 
17 deceased February 2, current, the sum of Fifty-three and 63/IOO 
( 53*63) Dollars, being the amount due him for fourteen days as a 
police officer of the city of Boston. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Coramon- 
•wealth on the application of William Zetlin et al for a charter as 
the West End Young Men's Friendship Club for social and educational 
purposes; no fixed location. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1554- Arming ton, 
1530 Kee, 
1546 Manning, 



Ralph R. 
Y/alter H. 
William J. 



Iti Harold pk. , Roxbury, 
134- Huntington av., 
34 Baxter st. 



The application of William J. Manning for a license 
5^65,080 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 55^ 
ilast Eighth street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



161 



BOSTOil, MOITDAY, FEBRUARY 10, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I . I'l^iy* 



Barrington, 



Parello, 

Thompson, 



Edward 11 Gorham st., B. D. , 

approved by Samuel L. Carr, Treasurer, R. H. 

White Company, 
62 Circuit St., Roxbury, 
Eutaw St. . E. B. 



} 



13b' 



xjp iiiutaw 3T,., .a, ij. , 
A. Van Valen, District Superintend-! 



Walter M. 

Charles S. 
approved by 

ent; granted on condition that arms are not to 
be carried except when out investigating 
alarms for the American District Telegraph 

Company . 



The application of Missak K. Soukikian, 53^ Commonwealth 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 2,0, 1919. 

Division 10. 

442 Mitchell, Charles in front of 5^3 Shawmut av. 

Division 11. 

B28364 Mirabito, Fred B. in front of 1413 Dorchester av. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolman Michael F. Flanagan of Division 1, three days, com- 
mencing February 10, current, on account of the death of his mother- 
in-law at Brookline. 

Patrolman Wilbur F. Harris of Division 5i three days, commenc- 
ing February 8, current, on account of the death of his brother. 

Patroljnan JJIartin Haverty of Division 14, three days, commencing 
February 12, current, to attend to private business. 



162 



BOSTON. MOLTDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Patrick H. Kirley of Division 

10 for permission to accept a reward of Five (5) Dollars for the 

arrest of Raymond Moseley, a runaway from the Industrial School for 
Boys at Shirley, Massachusetts, was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved:- 



Brookline Meter 
Cantoni, 
"Causeway" 
Cobb Beef Co. 
Green, 
Trachtenberg Sc 



Taxi Go. 
Deonisio 



Jacoh 
Kirzner 



1447 Commonwealth av., 
1 No. Beacon st. , 
69 Causeway st. , 
42 North st., 
134-142 Washington st. , 
7 "B" Spring st. 



Attest: 



Chief Cldl^^ 



0FFIC2 OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOl^^ER. 
2V Pemberton square. 



163 



Boston, Tuesday, February 11, li^l^*. 



Police Goinraissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



The application of the St. George Athletic Association by 
John G. Kirwan for an Arausement License to have a costume party in 
the University of Massachusetts Hall located at 415 Newbury street 
on Tuesday evening, February 25, current, was forwarded to His Honor] 
the Mayor approved. ' 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1894 mulligan, 
2162 Vernon, 
610 Zoller, 



Wilfred D. 
Edward C. 
Herbert K. 



356 Broadway, 
785 Huntington av., 
33 Bicicerstaff st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, I919. 



01237B Kelly, Martin C. 
85544 Mulligan, Y/ilfred D. 



in a garage at 
)t II II 11 



72 Linden Park st. , 
541 E. Broadway. 



The application of Martin C. Kelly for a transfer of his 

license #62,497 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 

at 21 Hampshire street to a garage at 72 Linden Park street was 
granted. 



164 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May ^1, 1919» 



Henderson, 



Stacy, 






William 

approved 



9 Sheridan av., Medford, 
"by A. E. Collins, Agent, Clyde 
Steamship Company, 
Chester R. 69 Springhill av.. Bridge- 

water, approver) by Joseph R. Mclnnes, Vice 
President, John T. Connor Company. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Cot , 
Rudnick, 



Arthur 
Morris 



L. 

J. 



17 Magnolia st. , 
d2 Glenville av . 



Arlington, 

B. D. 



On the application of the Shepard ITorwell Company ty 
Jerome K. Sterne, Superintendent, Charles T. J. Vifalsh was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
said company located on Winter and Tremont streets and Temple place 
for the year ending March ^1, 1919- 



The application of the Cobb Beef Company for the appoint- 
ment of its president, Arthur L. Cobb as a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises #42 North street was rejected. 



165 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incum"bent on them 
as special police officers. 



Blom, 
Bo i nay. 
Burton, 
Parrington, 



Charles A. 
Louis J. 
George P. 
Earl C. 



Appointed. 

February 8, I919, 
6, 1919. 



The application of Daniel F. Murphy for a Wagon License 
#454 to locate in front of 27 West Third street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919* 



The application of Sergeant Thomas \V. O'Donnell of Division 
16 to be reimbursed in the sum of Three (3) Dollars, being the cost 
of medical services on account of an injury to his wrist, while ar- 
resting Arthur M. Hazard, 64 Commonwealth avenue for insanity, on 
January 26, 1919» was granted. 



The application of Sergeant Thomas W. O'Donnell of Divi- 
sion 16 to be reimbursed in the sum of Nine and 2/IOO (9.02) Dollars 
being the cost of cloth for new trousers to replace a pair torn 
while arresting Arthur M. Hazard on January 26, 1919. ^o^ insanity 
iwas granted. 



The application of Patrolman Andrew B. Guneo of Division 1 
to be reimbursed in the sura of Seven (7) Dollars, being the cost of 
repairing his uniform which was damaged while arresting Michael 
Sweeney on Decer.iber 11, I'j'lti, was granted. 



166 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, I919. 



Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved :- 



Boston Fruit Supply Co. 
Schnipper, Morris 
Shapiro, Maurice 
Talcoff, Williaja J. 



1-2 Faneuil Hall sq. , 
cor. Hanover & Portland sts., 
24-^ Faneuil Hall sq. , 
61 Hanover st. 



Attest: 



d^iUHAA. 




Chief Cleri 



167 



OFFICE OF THS POLICE C0MMI3SI0i:ER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, February 12, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1554 Bell, 

1556 Hanrahan, 
1912 McCarthy, 

1557 Trechokas, 



Charles C. 
Timothy L. 
John H. 
Peter 



60 Charles st., D. D., 
125 G St., 
96 State rd.. Revere, 
63 I St. 



The application of Peter Trechokas for a license #78,7^0 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 5^1 Broadway 
was granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 



The application of Alfred G. Lewis for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License /^60,006 opposite 40 Beacon street. 
Common side, was granted. 



The application of Frank S. Flatten for a transfer of his 
license #77,425 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 12 Garden street to a garage at 21 Hawkins street was granted. 



168 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, I^BRUARY 12. I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Max Simons, 23 Kansborough street, 
Dorchester, for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year 
ending April 30, I919. 



The application of Morris prornisel, 22 Seneca street, for 
a copy of his Junk Collector's License was granted. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to liax Goldfarb, 
at 30 Wall street on April 30, I91Q. was cancelled by reason Of the 
licensee having ceased to be engaged in the business of Junk Shop 
Keepezjat that location. 



The application of Joseph Berrnan for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 30 V/all street was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1919, in place of Lax Goldfarb. 



The application of John J. Buckly, 110 St. Botolph street, 
to be appointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
February 12, 1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Cojuraonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, I919, 



Buck, 



Hildreth, 
Hildreth, 



Roland H. 64 Florida st., D. D. , 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
A/nerican Railway Express Company, 
Herbert A.) 22 Treralett st., 
Herbert L. J 22 Tremlett st. 



169 



BOSTON, V^EDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 19iy. 



Contd. 



The petition of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Rail- 
road Company, a railroad corporation having a passenger station in 
this city, praying for the appointment of 



Ballou, 

Bennett, 

Blood, 

Bradford, 

Carr, 

Chapman, 

Clancy, 

Cole, 

Daggett, 

Daly, 

Donovan, 

Freeland, 

Gillon, 

Graham, 

Hamilton, 

Harris, 

Henderson, 

Heron, 

Holmes, 

Howard, 

Howes, 

Howes, 

Johnson, 

Jordan, 

Kane, 

Lowe, 

"being persons 
police officer 
upon said peti 
employment of 
act as railroa 
purposes and w 
of 1^06 and Ac 
hold said offi 



Albert M. 
Stephen 
Bert 

Frederick 
John M. 
Edward W. 
Joseph A. 
William F. 
John G. 
Michael J. 
Dennis "/. 
Albert F. 
James R. 
James P. 
George A. 



H. 



V, 



Martin, 

Llathewson, 

Murphy , 

Murphy, 

McAdam, 

McLeod, 

Nye, 

O'Donnell, 

Oviatt, 

Potter, 

Ramsey, 

Robertson, 

Richards, 

Russell, 

Sanguinett, 



Edward Mj^-'*«''^;^'^''/p<i.Savage, 

Sawyer, 



Walter L. 
William 
Charles C. 
Deniis W. 
Charles A. 
Levi, 
Frank E. 
Earl A. 
Joseph A. 
John S. F. 



Scully, 

Shay, 

Smi th , 

Stevenson, 

Toye, 

Tower, 

Tower, 

Yifagner, 

kanurin. 



Melvin C. 
William B. 
Jeremiah 
Thomas F. 
William 
John J. 
Freeman A. 
John P. 
Harry C. 
Raiph E. 
Frank H. 
William S. 
George E. 
John E. 
Louis 
John 
John ¥. 
Charles T. 
James P. 
Frederick W. 
George W. 
George F. 
George A. 
Reuben F. 
James C. 
Gerard P. 



in the employment of said corporation as railroad 
s of and for said corporation, was acted upon, and 
tion the persons named therein, being persons in the 
said corporation, were appointed police officers to 
d police officers of and for said corporation for the 
ith the powers set forth in Chapter 463 of the Acts 
ts in addition thereto and amendatory thereof, to 
ce until said appointment is revoked according to law, 



170 



BOSTON, YffiDinSSDAY, EEEHUAliY 12, 1:^1^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the 
year ending April 30, 1:^1^. 



Halpin, 


Thomas J. 




7 Fairview av. , 


Noyes, 


'\¥illiam H. 


'\ 


as Moyes & Smith, 


Smith, 


John G. 


724 Dudley at. , 



The application of Sam Harris for a transfer of his 
licetise to deal in Second Hand Articles from y Gornpton street to 2l6 
Dover street was granted. 



On his own application, Arthur Anderson, Lessee and 
Manager, was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Mattapan T?ieatre located on ii/lattapan 
square for the year ending March 31. I'^'l^' 



The application of Patrolman William D. O'Neil of Division 
6 for leave of absence froia duty for three days, commencing 
February 12, current, on account of the death of his daughter was 
granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Reinhold K. Anderson of 
Division 2 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars 
: from the Boston Wool Trade Association for the recovery of wool 
I valued at .tp7000. , the property of D. I. Baker, I36 Federal street, 
was granted. 



171 



BOSTON, WBDlvESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, I919. Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Corornissioners 
approved :- 



Cuilla, 

Ferruggio, 

Toscano, 

Zarba, 

Dinarello, 



Accursio 
Guiseppe &L 
Giovanni J 
Joseph &) 
Joseph ) 



108 Atlantic av. , 
26^- Charter st., 

181 Maverick st. 



Attest: 



Chief cierS 



%^ 



172 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE GOMl«IISSI010iIR. 
29 Peraberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, February 13, I919. 



Police Gornrnissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain John E. 
Driscoll of Division 5 against Patrolman Daniel J. Lee of Division 5 
for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
DepartmenXi, to wit: 



' INTOXICATION; Said patrolman when in uniform 
performance of his duty A. M. , 4th inst., was found 
condition by Sergeant John J. Hanrahan, attached tc 

,who brought said officer to the Station House. 



and in the 

in an intoxicated 

this division, 



It appeared t>iat a hearing was had before a Trial Board, con- 
sisting of Captains Thomas F. Goode, Michael J. Goff ana Richard 
Fitzgerald, on the tenth day of February, current, after due notice 
|had oeen served on the said Patrolman Lee by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint; he appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty to 
the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the com- 
: plaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and ordered that 
I the said Patrolman Daniel J. Lee be dismissed from the Police 
I Department, to take effect Thursday, February I3, 1919, at ^.A^ 
p. m. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Herbert W. 
Goodwin of Division 9 against Patrolman PatricK F. Loore of Division 
9 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE; NOT PATROLLING OR NOT PROPERLY PATROLLING HIS ROUTE 
DURING HIS TOUR OF PATROL DUTY. 

Specification: In that on Saturday the first day of February, 
1919i the said Patrick F. Moore-, while in uniform and while on duty, 
left his beat at 9*10 o'clock in the evening and entered a building 
to wit: the basement of No. 'p8 Elm Hill Avenue, remaining there 
for forty minutes, the said Moore not entering or remaining tnere on 
police business or on any matter in any way connected with his 
official duties. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I3, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Complaintjagainst Patrolman Uoore, Division 9 - concluded. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Thomas F. Goode, Michael J. Goff and Richard 
Fitzgerald, on the seventh day of February current, after due notice 
had been given to the said Patrolman Moore by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint, and that it was continued to the tenth day of 
February, current, and then it appeared that a hearing was had. He 
appeared with counsel and pleaded guilty to the charge and the board 
found him guilty as charged in tiie complaint. The Cojiimissioner 
approved tne finding and with the recommendation of the Board 
ordered that the said Patrolman Patrick F. Moore perform ninety 
hours' punishment duty. 



173 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved: - 

Brighton Kennel Club by Mrs. J. J. Briggs - to have a dog 
show in Paine Memorial Hall located at 11 Appleton street on Friday 
evening, i..arch 21, current. 

Young Girls J. N. G. Club by Albert Fox - to have a dancing 
party in Cary Hall located on Burley avenue on Saturday evening, 
February 15, current. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, iyi9. 



1559 

1563 

607 

1566 



Diamond, 
Donovan, 
Faherty, 
Germaine, 



John W. 
Ivlichael S. 
Jame s F . 
David P. 



40 7/ater st. , H. P. , 
635 Harrison av., 
09 Williams st., J. P., 
5 Brewer st., Cambridge, 



174 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I3, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, l^l^- 



141), Clifford, John J. 

I 80370 Donovan, Michael G. 
OI977A Pierce, Charles I. 



in a stable at 30 Chardon st.. 



" " garage 

n ii I) 



700 Cormnonwealth av. 
30 Hancock st., D. D, 



The application of Frederick W. Dunne for a transfer of 
his license /^62,150 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a ga- 
rage at 272 West llewton street to a garage at 3 Maitland street 
was granted. 



The application of the Giardini Military Band, consisting 
of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, for 
a Collective i.:u8icians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Carmine Di Giovanni on Friday, February 14, current, 
from 2.30 to 4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From 315 Tremont street to Snawmut avenue Church; 
thence Tremont street, Broadway and Church street to Park square. 



The application of Abraham VVeisman, 92 Binney street, to 
be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
February 13, 1920. 



The application of Michael D. Keane, 95 Auckland street, 
Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 3I, lyiy. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I3, 19iy, 



Contd. 



The application of James 11. Murray, 6 Dunham park, for a 
license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



The application of Arthur G. Dorainey as A. G. Dominey &. 
Company for a license to deal in Second Hand Articles at 325 
V/ashington street was granted for the year ending April 3c, 1919. 



175 



The application of Nathan Mendlow for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 28 School street to 12 
School street was granted. 



On the application of the Brooklyn Cooperage Company by 
P. Joseph O'Leary, Superintendent, kichael D. Keane v;as appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises ?/3i?2-36^ 
C street for t}ie year ending March 3^1 1^1^« 



Cnarles T. J. Vi/alsh, appointed February 11, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



176 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, lEBKUARY I3, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named, persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I915. 



Division 9« 



B44yl 
i B44y2 

I B4493 
E4494 
E4495 
B4485 
E4486 
B4484 
B44S3 



^ Curtis & Pope Lumber Co. 



in front of 
26-32 Reading st, 



Division I9. 
469 Shirley, Lester in front of 1048 Blue Hill av 



The applications of Patrolmen Robert M. P. Chalmers and 
Timothy M. Kelliher of Division 5 for permission to accept a reward 
of Twelve and 50/100 (12.50) Dollars each for the arrest of Harry 
Gilmore for larceny from the American Railway Express Company, were 
granted. 



. The application of Sergeant Hugh A. Rourke of Division 6 
for permission to accept a reward of Ten (10) Dollars from the 
American Railway Express Company for the arrest of Thomas F. 
CostelDo for the larceny of a carton containing 44 dresses valued 
at One Hundred Thirty-five (135) Dollars from the South Station on 
November 2, 19181 was granted. 



177 



BOSTON, THURSDA:^, FEBRUARY I3, iyi9. 



Contd. 



The application of Patrolman William F. Sullivan of 
Division 16 to "be- reimbursed in the sum of Twenty-one (21) Dollars, 
being the cost of medical services on account of a fracture of his 
right forearm received while cranking, the Department automobile on 
January 23, 1919i was granted. 



Full pay, amounting to Three Hundred Six and 85/IOO 
(306.85) Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late Patrolman 
Edward F. Erennan of Division 17 deceased February 2, current, for 
eighty daj's' time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately 
preceding his death and on account of sickness which caused his 
death. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Alice J. 
Brennan, widow of the late patrolman Edward F. Brennan of Division 
17 deceased February 2, current, the sum of Three Hundred Six and 
65/100 (306.85) Dollars, being full pay for eighty- da^'s ' time lost 
in the one hundred and fift^ da^s immediately preceding his death 
and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



A requisition for the payment of the Departraent Bills 
for the month endixig February 15, current, was approved as follows:' 



Police Department, 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



;ni.667.28 

1,728.23 

100.25 

n3.495.76 



178 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I3, 1^19 . Concluded. 



I A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 

week ending February I3, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



Attest: 



$45,023.74 
593.26 

181.39 
53 . 23 

■1^46,397.20 




179 



OFFICK OF THE POLICE COIviMISSIOlCilR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, February 14, iyi9. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following "business: 

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



the 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
following to the IDepartraent by General Order :- 



It is with deepest regret that I announce the death of 
Patrolman Charles E. Deininger who was killed while in the perform- 
ance of his duty attempting to arrest a criminal. Patrolman Dein- 
inger was born in Germany January 14-, l8ttl, was appointed a patrol- 
man August 26, lV09i and assigned to Division 1 where he has served 
ever since* His record in the Department is without blemish. 

I extend to his family my heartfelt sympathy. 



The application of the Bohemian Slav American Literary and 
Gymnastic Society by Vincent Veprek, Secretary, for an Amusement 
License to have a fancy costume dancing party in the hall located at 
129 Old Harbor street on Friday, February 21, current, was forwarded 
to His Honor the liilayor approved. 



The application of the Broadway Theatre Company by Maurice 
Barkin for an Amusement License to have theatrical exhibitions in 
the premises to be erected at 464-472 Broadway to be known as the 
Broadway Theatre was forwarded to His Honor -the Mayor disapproved. 



The application of Louis H. Bonelli for an Auctioneer's 
License at 60 State street was granted for the year ending December 
31. 1919. 



180 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, l^l^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses v/ere granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 

132 Warren st. , Roxbury, 
160 Saratoga st. , 
29 Burgess st., Roxbury, 
68 Church st., 
32 Williams av. , H. P. 



1568 


Bourdon, 


Joseph A. 


1847 


Cannon, 


Cornelius S 


i6b 


Carroll, 


Michael J. 


1576 


Stephens, 


Thomas K. 


1576 


Thomas, 


Frank C. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for 
year ending June 30, iyi9« 



the 



89,073 Barrett, David J. 
32,435 Carroll, Michael J. 
43,902 Murphy, Peter A. 



in 

n 



garage 

M 



at 72 Linden Park 
" 35c Dudley st., 
" 350 " " 



st. 



The application of Frank L, Conner Jr. for a transfer of 
his license ^67,028 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 2^5 ITorthampton street to a garage at 6 St. Mary's street 
was granted. 



The special stand for Hackney Carriage License #67,025 
granted to Frank L. Conner Jr. on July 1, I9I8, in front of '^'^1 
Columbus avenue was cancelled by reason of its having been 
surrendered. 



Abraham Weisman, reappointed February I3, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a private detective. 



181 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, lyi^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, iyi9. 



Brennan, 



Morgan, 

Sullivan, 

Westermark, 



John W. 
approved by 
ent; grante 
be carried 
for the Ame 
Samuel P.. 
John J. 
Erail A. 
approved by 
America 






8 Bulf inch pi. , 
A. Van Valen, District Superir.tend- 
d on condition that arms are not to 
except when out investigating alarms 
rican District Telegraph Company, 
ij2 Charlesgate East, 
25 Faxon st. , 

43 Stearns st., Cambridge, 
C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
n Railway Express Company. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected: - 



Cooper, 
Cooper, 
Hawes, 



Louis A. 
Nathan 
John T. 



48 Ridgewood st. , D. D. 
6 Hal lam st. , 
114 St. Botolph St. 



On the application of M. J. Coyle, Manager, John W. Harris 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of the Codman Square Theatre located at 637 Washington 
street, Dorchester, for the year ending March 31, 19iy. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Officers. 



Header, 

Anderson, 



Edgar K. 
Ar thur 



Appointed. 

January 20, I^IV, 
February 12, I919. 



182 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919. Concluded. 



The application of Severio i^artino for a Wagon License 
#470 to locate in front of 34 Pope street, Sast Boston, was 
granted for the year ending June 30, 193-9« 



Attest; 



ief Cid|^v>) 



Chi 



183 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiJMISSIOKiilR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, February 15, lyi^. 



Police Cormiissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
AHiuseraent Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Kayor approved :- 

Marathon Temple by Mrs. A. G. Eenson - to have a dancing party 
in Norfolk Hall located at 326 Wasiiington street, Dorchester, on 
Thursday evening, February 20, 1^1';;;*. 

V/ells JMemorial Association by George Hoskins, Acting Superin- 
tendent, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Dexter Hall located at ^87 V7ashington street until 
August 1, lyi^. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 151^. 



1066 
626 

857 
431 



Brown, 
Ewert, 
Mai eon, 
Taylor, 



Edward I/. 
William F. 
Edward A. 
Edward G. 



305 Ashland st., Poslindale, 
49 Hall St., J. P., 
12 Brewer st. , J. P., 
15 Ward St. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, I919. 



89.556 Brown, Edward tl. 
89,566 Ewert, William F. 
56 Mai one, Edward A. 



in a garage at 19 Oilman St., P.os., 
" " " " 3380 Washington st., 
" " stable " 22 Charles st. 



184 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, I919. 



Contd, 



The application of Joseph Flax for a transfer of his 
license #39.^55 'to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 222 Eliot street to a garage at 21 Hawlcins street was 
granted. 



The application of Joseph Kaplan, 209 Chelsea street. 
East Boston for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year 
ending April 30, I919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coinnionwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1919. 



Darrow, 



Simpson, 



Franklin M. 6 Ashburton pi., 
approved "by C. S. Waldo, President, Waldo 
Eros., Inc., 45 Batteryrnarch st. , 
David W. 427 lieridian st. • 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Bocchino, 
Nickerson, 



Joseph S. 
John L. 



66 Mozart st, 
55 Joy St. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Officers. 



Keane , 
Harris, 



Michael D. 
John W. 



Appointed. 

February 13, I919. 
'• 14, 1919. 



85 



BOSTOK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, I919. Concluded. 



The application of Patrolirian Joyin J. McDonald of Division 
10 for leave of absence from duty for one day, comnencing February 
16, current, to attend to private business was granted without pay. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Cormnissi oners 
approved :- 



Cowan, 
Rosenf ield. 



Walter 

Hyman 



218 Washington st., 
325 Tremont st. 



Attest: 



<!#Si^W 



Chief ClVric. 




186 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLIMISSIOHER. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, February I7, l';»ly. 



Police Coimiiissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



Iijy6 Gebhard, 

1600 Greenwood, 

1592 Lee, 

1589 Lyon, 

158 c LIurphy, 

1184 Slamin, 



Frederick S. 
Howard B. 
John M. 
Herbert G. 
John J. 
Gerard 0. 



H. 5 Cle.TiatiR st., D. D. , 
24 Parker st., Everett, 
188 Mystic av., Somerville, 
81 Tuttle St.. , D. D. , 

4 V/orcester pi. , 
30 St. Germain st. 



The five licenses #323, 400, 49I, 551 and 1264 granted to 
John H. McCaffrey on July 9. 19^8, to set up and use Hackney Carriages 
lin a stable at 7^3 Broadway were cancelled by reason of the licensee 
having sold his hackney carriages. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, I919. 

4-8,297 Gebhard, Frederick S. H. in a garage at 1676 Dorchester av. 
400) 
* 4915 Schinelly & Pevey " " stable " 713 E. Broadway, 

551) 

* in place of John H. McCaffrey. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, FEBKUAKY 1?. 1^1^. 



Contd. 



187 



Tne application of Fraxik G. Flatten for a transfer of his 

license #i?0,ci35 to set up and use a HacKney Carriage from a garage 

at 21 Hawkins street to a garage at 1C37 Bennington street was 
granted. 



The application of V/illiam J. McMahon, 5 Albion place, 
Charlestown, approved by V/alter X. Howe, Treasurer, Boston Operating 
Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was granted for the year ending Lay ^1, 1^1^. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected;- 



Carter, 
Isbitsky, 



Carl B, 
Nathan 



544 Treraont st. , 
414 Harrison av. 



The applications of the following naraed persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, IVIV- 



Cersosirao, 

Knight, 

Charlton, 

Price, 

Yellin, 



Gaetano 
Jesse E. 
Garfield 
Julius 
Abraham 



254 Broadway, 
as the Jesse E. Knight Auto 
Company, Incorporated, 
116 W. Brookline st. , 
126 Sumner st., E. B. 



The application of the Harry Caplan Company for a license 
to deal in Second Hand Articles at 9 Meridian street was rejected. 



188 



BOSTOII, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1?, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty vrere granted without pay:- 

Patrolman Clifton S. Chandler of Division 13, three days, 
commencing February 16, current, on account of the death of his 
father. 

Patrolman Thomas F. Cooley of Division I3, three days, commenc- 
ing February 15, current, on account of the death of his father. 



The following named police officers, granted indefinite 
leave of absence from duty to enter the service of the United States 
Army or Navy, having received honorable discharges, returned to 
duty at 5.45 P. M. , February I7, 1919:- 

Patrolman Cornelius J. Kiley Jr. of Division 2, granted leave 
of absence January 2, I918, to enter the United States Naval Reserve 
Force. 

Reservernan Daniel J. Sullivan of Division 4 granted leave of 
absence September 21, I917, on account of being drafted , returned 
to duty as a patrolman. 

Reservernan George B. Sullivan of Division 2, granted leave of 
absence November 13, 1917, to enter the United States Naval Reserve 
Force, returned to duty as a patrolman. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved : - 



Br it tain, 
Ferrandi, 
Morrill, 



R. 0. 
Graziano 

H. L. & Co. 



22 Tremont row, 
144 Cambridge st., 
11 Merchants row. 



John J. Buckley, appointed February 12, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



189 



BOSTON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1?, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sum 
of Six Hundred Sixty (66o) Dollars, "being the amount required to pay 
the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the police Charitable Fund for 
the month ending February 28, current, to be charged to the Police 
Charitable Fund Income. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending February 28, current, was approved as follows : - 



CoKimissioner 's Office, 
Superintendent's Office, 
Pensions, 

Total, 



^ 1,166.66 

416.66 

13.432.48 



$15,015.80 



Attest; 




190 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiffllSSIOFER. 
29 PeraToerton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, February I8, l^iy. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Monday last v/ere read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

No police officer or employe of the Police Department of 
the City of Boston shall apply for, object to, or advocate before 
the Legislature any act relating to the said Police Department un- 
less expressly authorized so to do by the Police Commissioner. 
Chapter 3, Section 25, of the Revised Ordinances of iyi4 forbids 
any employe of the City of Boston from appearing before the Legi- 
slature without 'the permission of the Mayor or the City Council. 
The members of the Police Department should, therefore, have no 
further rights than other employes of the City of Boston in this 
respect, and as the Mayor is not in charge of the Police Department, 
permission should be obtained from the Police Commissioner and 
granted by him in his discretion. 



A report was foWHi^ed to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application ofaeorge G. Ormon et al for a charter as 
the Retailers Comrauriity Association for establishing a place of 
meeting for the moral, mental and social improvement of its members, 
and to hold discussions in regard to the retail produce dealers' 
business; no fixed location. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, i^BRUARY l8, l^iy. 



Contd, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 191^. 



191 



1145 Berghaus, 
1605 Carroll, 
510 Scott, 



Frank S. 
iiaurice W. 
William E. 



34 Marcella st. 

27 Gayland st., 

3 Willis ter. 



Roxbury, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June })0, l^iy. 



8y,132 Berghaus, Frank E. 
86,127 Telless, Leslie H. 



in a garage at 408 So. Huntington av, 
" " " " 541 Broadway. 



The applications of the following named persons to be 
appointed Private Detectives were granted for the year ending 
February 18, 192O. 



Cronin, 

Toomey, 



Edward A. 
Timothy G. 



8 Sachem st., Roxbury, 
34 Francis st., Roxbury, 



The applications of the following naraed persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coimnonwealth were 
granted for the year ending L!ay 3I, I919. 



Chapman, 



Connors, 
Dacey , 
McGrath, 
Mitchell, 
Stacy, 



Daniel C. Jr. 90 Goodyear av., lielrose, 

approved by Thomas B. Smith, Auditor, Divisions 

of Operations, United States Shipping Board 

F. 3 "A" Baldwin st., Camb. , 

Fellows pi. , 

Norway st. , 

517, So. Station, 

Leisanon st. , 



Shaw, 



William 

Daniel 

LeRoy D. 

William 

Frank W. 

approved by A. D. Follansbee, Division Special 

Agent, New Yoxk, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 



6 

9 
Room 

71 



Dixon 

approved by 

kcElwain, 



34 Cutter St., E. Soraerville, 
H, H. Lovelace, Superintendent, 
Hutchinson & V/inch. 



192 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY l8, 191^. Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coiranonwealth were 
rejected;- 



Basile, 

Ivliraglia, 
Revelas, 



Michele 
Antonio 
Charles 



56 Keptune rd. , 
45 " " 

80 G St. 



The application of Patrolman Alfred W. Gray of Division 
for leave of absence from duty for two da^s, 
19, current, to attend to private business 



10 



comiaencing February 
was granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman John A. Sullivan of Division 
4 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Joseph P. Sweeney, alias Frank Moran, a deserter from the 
United States Army, was granted. 



Patrolman John F. Sullivan of Division 14, granted an 
indefinite leave of absence July 1^, 1918, to enter the United 
States ITaval Reserve Force, 3-iaving been placed on inactive duty in 
the service of the United States llavy, returned to duty at Station 
2 at 5.45 P. M., February 18, 1919, to which he was transferred on 
January 30, I919. 



Attest 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOlfiiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, February I9, l^l^. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approve,d. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

The resignation of Patrolman Gustave A. Sandberg of 
Division 4 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Wednesday, February l*^, l^ly, at 5«4-5 ^- M. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

His Excellency the Governor having approved Chapter 
twenty- three of the Special Act of 1919, which reads as follows :- 

"Section 1. Chapter one hundred and seventy-seven of 
tne acts of the year eighteen hundred and eighty- 
seven is hereby repealed. 

"Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage'.', 

the Reserve Force of the Boston Police Department is abolished and 
all men in the Department heretofore holding the rank of Reserveman 
are today advanced to Patrolmen v/ith a salary of one thousand 
dollars a year and will be put on the pay roll, commencing today, 
at that salary. 



193 



194 



BOSTON, VraiDlIESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, lyiy. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved: 

Gertrude A. Goodman - to have a dancing party in Municipal 
Building Hall located on Broadway on Monday evening, February 24, 
19iy. 

Y/est End Mothers Club by Ray Rinics, President, - to have a 
concert and dancing party in Elizabeth Peabody Hall located at 
357 Charles street on Tuesday evening, February 25, lyiy. 



The application of Charles E. Palmer for an Auctioneer's 
License at 294 Washington street was granted for the year ending 
December 31, I919. 



The application of William J. R^der for a copy of his 
license #0674A to set up and use a Hackney Carriage which was 
[transferred on December 5. 191^. from a garage at 64 East Cottage 
street to a garage at 76 Broadway, was granted. 



The application of Isaac Cohen, 36 Balfour street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1919. 



The applications of the following named bands for 
Collective Musicians' Licenses were granted:- 

I Boston Staff Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Joseph Sheppard, Brigadier, 8 East Erookline street, - to parade 
with the Salvation Army any week day night from 7 to 8 p. m. , and 
Sundays from 2 to 3.15 and 7 to 8 p. m. , from February 23, current, 
to Liay 25, I'^l'i. 

I Route: From Brookline and Washington streets thence via 
Harrison avenue, Dover and Berkeley streets, Columbus avenue, North- 
ampton street, Harrison avenue and Brookline street to Washington 
street and intersecting streets. 



BOSTON, 'SEDl^ESDAY, JEBRUARY 19, 1^1 9. 



Contd. 



195 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Girls Brass Eand, consisting of twenty-five musicians, ty 
Brigadier Joseph Sheppard, 8 East Brookline street, - to parade 
with the Salvation Army on Saturday, February 22, current, from I.30 
to 2.30 p. m. 

Route: From 87 Vernon street to Dudley street, Harrison avenue, 
Northampton street, Col^Jumhus avenue and Vernon street and intersect- 
ing streets. 



The applications of the follOTiring named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this COLimonwealtii were 
granted for the year ending Ivlay 3I1 l^l^* 



Cann, 



Flynn, 



William 40 Amsden st., Arlington, 

approved by Kenry Curnjnings for Henry Cummings & 
Co. Building Contractors, I85 Devonshire st., 
Chester J. 13I Garden st., Cambridge, 
approved by A. Van Valen, District Superintend- 
ent; granted on condition that arms are not to 
be carried except when out investigating alarms 
for the American District Telegraph Company. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols orjrevolvers in this Comr/ionwealth were 
xejected;- 



Ingram, 
Shall ah, 
Welsh, 
Zahka , 



Alfred E. 

Michael 
Joseph F. 
George 



31 Henry st. , Medford, 
71 Hudson St. , 
68 Hillside st., Roxbury, 
18 Mead st. , B. D. 



On the application of John A. Dorsey, 2d Lieutenant, 
,uarter;aagter of Construction, Harry W. Farmer was appointed a 
pecial Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 

Jnited States Army garage located at 20 Malvern street for the year 

snding March 31, I919. 



196 



BOSTON, VffiDiqESDAY, J^EBRUARY 19. I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Abraham Zavodnick for a license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at I65 "A" Eliot street was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 

Division 2. 



B27934- Armington, John M. in front of 36 Broad st., 
475 Culgin, Charles " " " 32 Court sq. 



Division 9. 
B28250 Breslau, Hyinan in front of 2452 Washington st. 

Division 17. 
476 DeMatteo, Martino in front of 1^4 Dudley av. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolraan Winfield A. Studley of Division 4, three days, com- 
mencing February 20, current, on account of the death of his mother- 
in-law. 

Patroljoan John V. Troy of Division I6, one day, commencing 
February 19, current, to attend to private business: 



The following named police officers who were granted 
indefinite leave of absence to enter the service of the United 
States JTaval Reserve Force, having been placed on inactive duty in 
the service of the United States Navy, returned to duty February I9, 
1919, at 5.45 p. m. :- 

Patrolman Louis M. V/inslow of Division '] , granted leave of 
absence December 26, 1917. 

Reserveman Sldredge A. Dunham of Division 12, granted leave 
of absence January 28, 1918, returned to duty as a patrolman. 



BOSTON, Y/EDICSSDAY, FEBRUAl^Y ly, 191^. 



Contd. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Henrietta S. 
Lynch, widow of the late Inspector Thojiias H. Lynch of the Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation, deceased February 2, current, the sura of 
Ten and 96/IOO (IO.96) Dollars, being the amount due the said In- 
spector Lynch on the pay-rolls dated January 30, and February 6, 
current, as a police officer of the city of Boston. 



197 



Full pay, amounting to Forty-three and 83/IOO (43.83) 
Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late Inspector Thomas H. 
Lynch of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation deceased February 2, 
current, for eight days' time lost in the one hundred and fifty 
days imjnediately preceding his death and on account of sicicness 
which caused his death. 



I Trie City Treasurer was requested to pay to Henrietta S. 

Lynch, widow of the late Inspector Thomas H. Lynch of the Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation deceased February 2, current, the sum of 
Forty- three and 83/IOO (43.83) Dollars, being full pay for eight 
days' time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately pre- 
ceding his death and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locati 

herein stated were returned to the '' ■■ '^ "^ ^ " -•---• 

ipproved:- 



ons 



Bartlett, 


Stephen L. 


& Co 


. 68 


Lanata, 


Louis 




1667 


Lev en thai, 


Morris 




6C-65 


Misner, 


Hyman 




352 


Schipillo, 


Gaetano 




64 


Simblist, 


Jacob 




100 



Board of Street Commissioners 



India st., & 5 Sears st. , 

Blue Hill av. , 

Friend st., cor. Hanover st 

Atlantic av . , 

Cambr i dge s t . , 

Leverett st. 



198 



BOSTOIT. raiDKESDAY, FEBRQARY 19, 1919- 



Concluded 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending February 20, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerics, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$44,766.57 
593.26 

545.58 

181.39 

53-23 

146,140.03 



Attest: 




Chief Cleric 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE GOMMISSIOMER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, February 20, I919, 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

Tlie records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey 
Combined Shows by S. W. Beckett, Representative, for an Amusement 
License to have exhibitions of circus, menagerie and side shows on 
the vacant lot at the corner of Huntington avenue and Bryant street 
from June 9 to 14, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor 
approved. 



The application of John J. Dailey for an Auctioneer's 
License at 2l8 Adams street, Dorchester, was granted for the year 
ending December 31, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1608 Connell, 
1936 DrisGOll, 
1876 Maier, 
1611 Smith, 



Charles J. 
Cornelius T. 
Francis P. 
Charles E. 



390 Savin Hill av. , 
106 Harvard st., Medford, 
307 Lamartine st., 
41 Etna st. , B. D. 



The application of Edward C. Burns, 29 Webber street, for 
a copy of his Hackngr Carriage Driver's License #1396 was granted. 



199 



200 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of William J. Ryder for a transfer of his 
two licenses #142,275 and 142,276 to set up and use Hackney Carriages 
from a garage at 76 Broadway to a garage at 7 Sparhawk street, 
Brighton, was granted. 



The application of Michael F. Coughlin, 78 Hampden street, 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1919. 



The application of Morris Weiner, 158 Harold street, for 
a copy of his Junk Collector's License was granted. 



The application of the Portuguese Civic League and other 
bands, consisting of seventy-five musicians, "by Antonio A. Silver, 
11 Dickens street, Dorchester, for a Collective Musicians' License 
to parade with the Portuguese Red Cross of Massachusetts on Saturday 
February 22, current, at I.30 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: Porn in Cambridge, crossing into Boston on the West 
Boston Bridge thence Leverett, Causeway and Canal streets, Hay- 
market square, Washington street and Dock square to Faneuil Hall. 



The application of Joseph Berkraan for a transfer of his 
Pawnbroker's License from 887 Washington street to 567 Columbus 
avenue, was granted. 



Timothy G. Toomey, appointed February I8, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a private detective. 



201 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1919 . 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coiixmonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31. 1919 • 



Conley, 

Gerraughty, 

Pearce, 



John W. 
Thomas H. 
Joseph H. 

H. P. Wright, 



170 Gardner st., W. R., 
129 Stoughton St., D. D. , 
50 State St., approved by 
Secretary, lAassachu setts 
Hospital Life Insurance Co. 



The application of James H. Bryan, 27 Devens street, 
Charlestown, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1919. 

567 Columbus av., 

as E. B. Horn Company, 
429 Washington st.. 



Berkman, 




Joseph 


Whitteraore 




William A. 


Woodsome, 




Charles A. 


Horn, 




Fred A. 


Iver Johnson 


Sporting Goods C 


by S. J. 


Francis, Treasurer 



■}' 



55 Washington st. 



The application of Samuel Grow , President, and George 
Grow, Treasurer, as the George Grow Auto Company, for a license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at 32I-323 Columbus avenue was rejected. 



202 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, I919. 



Contd. 



On the application of John A. Dorsey, 2d Lieutenant, 
(^uarterroaster Corps, for the appointment of the following named 
persons as Special Police Officers for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of the Zone Supply Orfice, United States Army, located at IO8 
iiassachusetts avenue for the year ending March 31, I919. 

Francis A. Brown, 
Patrick J. Dooley. 



On the application of the Itossachusetts Hospital Life 
Insurance Company by Howard Stoclcton, Actuary, Joseph H. Pearce 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises #40-50 State street for the year ending March 3I, 1919« 



The application of Eric Elfstrom, Proprietor, for the 
appointment of Samuel E. Robinson Jr., as a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises #890 Tremont street was rejected. 



I The following named persons appeared and made oath to 

faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Officers. 



Doherty, 
Farmer, 



Bernard 
Harry W. 



Appointed. 

December I9, 1918, 
February 19, I919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1919- 

Division 6. 



EstabroQKs & Sibley Go. in rear of 280 Summer st. 




BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 

in front of 204 TST. Broadway, 
on Binford st., 
Flanders, Lewis & Co. 



203 



B22679_, Peinberg, Isaac 
4788] 
4287 
240£] 
3023 
3022 
3021 

5098 

131 

398 

889 
1938 
2045 
2383 
2505 
2751 
3321 
3322 
3342 
3350 
3853 

4863 

4873 
B22601 



cor. C. & Anchor sts., 



Galvin, P. 



in front of 145 A st. , 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolman Edward F. Murphy of Division 2, three days, commenc- 
ing February 22, current, to get married. 

Patrolman Edmund M. Smith of Division 6, two days, commencing 
February 21, current, to attend to private business. 

Patrolman Angus J. McPhee of Division 15. three days, conuiiencing 
February I9, current, on account of the death of his mother. 



204 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUAl^Y 20, 191^. Concluded. 



Patrolman John M. Sullivan of Division 9, who was granted 
an indefinite leave of absence on account of "being drafted into the 
United States Army on June 25, 1918. having received an honorable 
discharge, returned to duty at 5«4-5 P« "»• . February 20, 1919. 



The application of Morris Canterevitch for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 53 Allen street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 




205 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMtn SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, February 21, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Benjamin H. 
Hunt, son of the late Benjamin H. Hunt deceased November I6, I918, 
the sum of Twenty-six and 66/100 (26.66) Dollars, being the amount 
due the said Benjamin H. Hxmt as a pensioned police officer of the 
city of Boston at the time of his decease. 



The application of the Stanwood Associates by Leo O'Neil 
for an Amusement License to have a concert and dancing party in the 
Allstcn Dansant located at 138 Brighton avenue on Monday evening, 
March 3. current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of John P. Moses for an Auctioneer's 
[License at 3OI Coliambus avenue was granted for the year ending 
December 31, 1919. 



I The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1612 Boyden, 

1618 Comerford, 

1617 Eager, 

1800 King, 

118 McDevitt, 



George E. 
George W. 
James H. 
John J. Jr. 
Daniel J. 



748i E. Third st. , 
1027 Dorchester av., 

Randolph av. , Milton, 
41 Mt . Everett st. , 
1 Puritan av. , D. D. 



203 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, I919 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30» 1919' 

85500 Comerford, George W. in a garage at 1027 Dorchester av., 
Ob33D) Eager' s Commercial Garage Inc. in a garage at 4-60 Albany st 

0833s) 

91185 Sampson, Irving in a garage at 1243 Blue Hill av. 



The application of Frederick S. H. Gebhard for a special 
stand for his Hackney Carriage License #48297 in front of I9 Avery 
street, nights, was granted. 



;e 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31 . 1919' 



Guibord, 

Lally, 

McElroy, 



Hogquist , 
Hovey, 



Karl W. ) 
George K.( 
John W. ) 
approved by W 



137 Peterboro st. , 
476 E. Seventh st. , 
4 Worthington st., 
H. Wright, Manager, Boston 

Terminal , 
12 No. Milton st.. Maiden, 
W. Roberts, Assistant Secretary, 
State Street Trust Company, 
William C. I63 Hemenway st., 
approved by H. M. Wing, Receiver, Automat 
Company of New England. 



Arthur N. 
approved by S. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



McEnany, 
Robinson, 



Thomas H. 
William C. 



181 Hancock st., D. D. 
50 Fuller St. , D. D. 



BOSTOIT, il^IDAY, i^BRUARY 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the Merchants & iiiners' Transporta- 
tion Company by G. H. Ijlaynard, Agent, Patrick O'Leary vras appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of Pier 
2, Northern avenue, for the year ending March 2,1, 1919. 



On the application of the Eastern Cold Storage Company by 
Arthur R. Davis, Receiver, Arthur B. Russell was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #28 North street 
for the year ending March 3I1 1919 • 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Sergeant Patrick J. Fitzgerald of Division 7. three days, com- 
mencing February 21, current, on account of the death of his sister. 

Captain Thomas F. Goode of Division I6, four days, commencing 
February 26, current, to go to Brandon, Vermont, to visit his daugh- 
ter who is ill. 

Patrolman George W. Bacher of Division 17, three days, commenc- 
ing February 21, current, on account of the death of his step-daugh- 
ter. 

Patrolman Henry A. Lueth of Division 17, three days, commencing 
February 20, current, on account of the death of his sister-in-law. 



Reserveiioan James H. Mahoney of Division 9, who was granted 
an indefinite leave of absence on October 15, 1917, to enter the 
United States Naval Reserve Force, having been placed on inactive 
duty in the service of the United States Navy, returned to duty as 
a patrolman at 7.45 a. m. , February 21, I919. 



207 



208 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919. Concluded. 



The application of Harry Missel for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 86 Bedford street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that 
a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 



*^ 



209 



OFFICE OF TEE POLiCJi COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, February 22, I919. 



Washington's Birthday, and a legal holiday. 



210 



OFFICE Oi<^ TiiE POLKJii COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, February 24, 1919, 



Police Coiamissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Railroad Station Men by Nicholas B. 
Evans for an Arauseraent License to have a concert and dance in Puri- 
tan Hall located at 24-9 Friend street on Wednesday evening, February 
26, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Daniel J. Daly for an Auctioneer's 
License at 39 Savin Hill avenue was granted for the year ending 
December 31, 1919. 



Reports were forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the applications of the following named persons for 
charters :- 

H. Spencer Lewis et al - as the Supreme Grand Lodge of the 
Ancient and Jiystical Order of Hosae Crucis of the Great V/hite 
Brotherhood for establishing Grand and Subordinate Lodges for social 
and fraternal purposes, and for the study and promulgation of sci- 
entific, philosophic and religious truths; no fixed location. 

Clifford H. Bullard et al - as the Massachusetts Technical 
and Commercial Employment Association for the investigation and 
study of industrial and economic conditions; no fixed location. 



211 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, FEJ3KLJARy 24, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The applications of Howard J. Gurry for transfers of his 
three licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted :- 



O36OAJ 

O36OB 
0360c; 



from a garage at 30^ Main st. , 

to " " " 462 Brookline av., 

from " " " 171 Huntington av., 

to " " " 462 Brookline av. 



The application of Charles M. Grace, 465 Shawmut avenue, 
for a Collective Musicians' License for five musicians to play at 
religious meetings to be held ty the House of Prayer, Church of the 
Evangelist any week day night until iiiay 2, current, from 7 to y 
p. m. , was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Cominonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, I919. 

Brorafield rd., W. Som. , 
H St., 

B. Smith, Treasurer, The 
ted States Leather Co. of 

Massachusetts, 
Jersey st. , 

Wharton, Aide for Infor- 
trict. Little Building, 
Reed St., CamlDridge, 
, Agent, Savannah Line, 

Charles town, 
Maverick st. , 
overn, Manager, James 
McGovern, I88 Geneva av. 



Ayer, 


William H.i 


17 


Daly, 


Andrew J. f 


97 




approved by 


James B. 
Uni 


Leonard, 


Charles A. 


107 




approved by 


James E. 




mation, 1st 


Naval Dis 


Chiasson, 


Thornas 


115 




approved by 


L. Wildes 


Piccinola, 


Stefano 


192 




approved by 


E. J. McG 



212 



BOSTON, MONDAY, FEiiKJARY 24, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Curran, 
Rosengard, 



Edward M. 

Max A. 



4 Melville av. 
45 Leverett st. 



D. D. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30. 1919. 



Golub, 
Petow, 

Randall, 



Eoshea 
Solomon 
Edward B. 



97 Green st. , 
40 Lowell St., 
776 Tremont st. 



On the application of Edward D. Smith, General liianager, 
Shubert Theatres, the following named persons were appointed Special 
Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of the Majestic 
Theatre, 219 Tremont street, the Plymouth Theatre, 121 Eliot street, 
and the Shubert General Ticket Office located in the Lobby of the 
Little Building, for the year ending March 31, 1919. 

Patrick J. Burke, 
James D, Fitzgerald. 



On the application of the Ocean Steamship Company by L. 
Wildes, Agent, Thomas Chiasson was appointed a Special Police Oiricer 
for duty in and about the premises of the Hoosac Tunnel Docks 
located in Charlestown for the year ending March 31. 1919« I 



Joseph H. Pearce, appointed February 20, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



BOSTON, MOiJDAY, FiiiiiA\JAiil 24, lyiy. 



Concluded. 



The application of Salvatore Eatale for a Wagon License 
#477 to locate in front of 121 Beverly street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919. 



21: 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of aTasence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Sergeant Hugh A. Rourke of Division 6, three days, commencing 
February 22, current, on account of the death of his sister-in-law. 

Sergeant Denis J. Casey of Division 9t three days, commencing 
February 22, current, on account of the death of his father-in-law. 

Patrolman Joseph J. McGillivray of Division 10, three days, 
commencing February 22, current, on account of the death of his 
daughter. 

Patrolman James A. McCormack of Division 11, three days, com- 
mencing February 23, current, on account of the death of his father- 
in-law. 

Patrolman Edward J. L. Flaherty of Division I9, three days, 
commencing February 22, current, on account of the death of his 
mother. 



Patrolman John A. Dorsey of the Bureau of Criminal Investi- 
gation, granted an indefinite leave of absence October 12, I916, 
to enter the United States Army, having been honorably discharged, 
returned to duty at 7.45 a. m. , February 22, I919. 



Attest; 



Chief 



Sfe^ 



214 



OFFICii; OF THE POLICE GOMMlSSIOl^ER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, February 25, 1919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of iionday last were read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

I wish to congratulate the officers and patrolmen for the 
very excellent work done by them on the occasion of the visit of the 
President yesterday. Every member of the Department did his duty 
well and cheerfully and each seemed to feel a personal respon8ibilit;y 
to have everything go off right. 

In behalf of the Department, I extend its thanks to the 
Army, Navy, and Shipping Board for the invaluable work done by them 
in making safe the visit of the President to Boston. 



Thomas J. McDonough was employed as a janitor at the City 
Prison with pay at the rate of Nine Hundred Thirty-nine (939) 
Dollars per annum, commencing February 25, 1919« 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1619 Cohen, 

1620 Silverman, 



Julius S. 
George J. 



103 Norway st. , 
31 Hansborough st. , D. D. 



215 



BOSTOiJ, TUESDAY, FEiiHUARY 2'y , 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of George J. Silverman for a license 
#84,193 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 250 
Woodrow avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Collectors' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 30, 

1919. 



Cohen, 
Winegrat, 



Rubin 
Hyinan 



43 Slino St. , 
77 Slno St. 



The Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses granted to the following 
named persons on April 30, 191^» were cancelled by reason of the 
licensees having ceased to be engaged in the business of junk shop 
keepers at these locations;- 



Bloom, 
Morton, 



John 
Gustave 



83-85 West Lenox st. 
6 Piedmont st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1919. 



Rubin, Harry 

in place of John Bloom. 

Weisberg, Hyman 

in place of Gustave Ijlorton. 



83-85 W. Lenox st., 
6 Piedmont st. , 



216 



BOSTON, TUi!;SDAY, FiDiiHUARi ^5, 1919. 



Gontd, 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of fif- 
teen musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession of 
the late Domenico Gialfitti on Tuesday, February 2^', current, at 
1.30 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From ^OQ aorth street to Battery, Hanover and Richmond 
streets, North square, Moon, Fleet, Hanover and Prince streets to 
Keany square. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1919. 



Chapman, 
Hodgson, 
McDougald, 
Smith, 



Van Wart, 



Richard E. ) 48 Maple st., Hyde Park, 
Frank B. ( 48 " " " " 
Charles B. ( 21 Lincoln St.," " 
Arthur S. ) 69 Arlington St.," " 
approved by A. E. Smith, Treasurer, Hyde Park 

Trust Company, 
Frank L. 22 Cross St., C. D. , 

approved by E. C. Johnson, Superintendent, 
Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company. 



The applications of the following namedjpersons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Khoury, 
Landay, 



George 
Jacob 



36 Edinboro st. , 
132 Braintree st., B. D. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1919. 



Homer, 
Jordan, 
Twombly, 
Jordan, 



George E. 
Ellsworth 
Phil V. & 
L. A. 



45 Winter st. , 

as The Seranac Tire & Repair 

Co. , 
617 Columbus av. 



217 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2^, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Sam Goldstein for a license 
Second Hand Articles at 19 Broadway was rejected. 



to deal in 



On the application of John A. Dorsey, 2d Lieutenant, 
Q,uarterjaa8ter Corps, John J. Gallagher was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the United 
States Army Zone Supply Office located at 108 Newbury street for 
the year ending Inarch 3I1 1919. 



On the application of H. I. Wasserman, President, Axel 
R, Klingberg was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Eagle Theatre located at 2225-2231 Yi?ash- 
ington street for the year ending March 31, 1919. 



The following naxned persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



OJ 


ff icers. 


Brown, 


Francis A 


Dooley, 


Patrick J 


O'Leary, 


Patrick 


Russell, 


Arthur B. 



:f 



Appointed. 
February 20, I919. 
« 21, 1919. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay;- 

Patrolman Peter A. Hayes of Division 4, three days, commencing 

February 25, current, on account of the death of his brother. 

Patrolman jiugh E. O'Donnell of the City Prison, three days, 

Commencing February 24, current, on account of the death of his 
father-in-law. 



218 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Cornrnissioners 
approved:- 



Boston Dental Institute 


174 


Hanover st., 




Boston Tailoring Company 


371 


Washington st. 


t 


Bruno, S. &! 
Mazzola, S. ) 


197 


North St., 










Buringer Bros. Co. 


122-124 


Central st. , 




Effenson livoe. 


22 


Richmond st., 




Goldstein, Charles 


147 


Washington st. 


& Cornhill, 


Johnson, H. A. & Co. 


118-120 


Central st., 




Lusardi, A. & Co. 


338 


Atlantic av. , 




MurdocK & Siisoee 


96i 


Blacks tone st. 


# 


Poto & Boni 


142 


Richmond st. , 




Standard Beef Co. 


3-4 


Blackstone st. 


, & 6 John 



st. 



Attest: 



Chief ClerM^ ^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLGiilSSIOlIER. 
29 Pemtertou square. 



Bos ton, Viednesday, February 26, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



219 



The application of the Woman's Boston Terrier Breeders 
Club by lirs. Albert Babcock, for an Amusement License to have a dog | 
show in Berkeley Hail located at 4 Bericej.ey street on Monday evening, 
March 3. current, was forwarded to His Honor the lilayor approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



801 Kelley, 
649 Maney, 
1626 I^cCourt, 



Daniel J. 


6 


Janes P. 


171 


John W. 


65 



Belford st., D. D. , 
Heath st., Roxbury, 
Blue Hill av. 



The application of Alexander Bannwart, 9 Erie place, for a 
copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1439 was granted. 



The application of Frank H. Henderson for a license #5i).637 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 293 iJorthampton 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 



220 



BOSTON, IJyEDl^SDAY, FEBRUARY 26, I919. Contd. 



The application of Frank H. Henderson for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #55|637 on Treraont street, in front 
of the Hotel Lielbourne, was granted. 



The application of John J. Sullivan for a transfer of his 
license #122, 93V to set up and use a Hackne^' Carriage from a garage 
at 628 East Fourth street to a garage at 551 Talbot avenue was 
granted. 



The application of Edgar vV. Jones Sr., 12 Akron street, 
Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Com- 
monwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, lyiy. 



On his own application, Paniel N. Hyman, Lessee, was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the prem- 
ises //92 & 118 Court street for the year ending L'arch 3I, 1919. 



The applications of Daniel N. Hyman, Lessee, for the 
appointment of tlie following named persons as Special Police Officers 
for dut^ in and about the premises #92 & II8 Court street, were 
rejected:- 

Michael Forman, 
Fred Weinstein. 



BOSTON, V/EDMESDAY, I!KBRUARY 26, I919. Concluded. 



TJ'ie loiiowing named persons, appointed February 24, cur- 
rent, appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform 
all the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Burke, 



Patrick J. Chiasson, 
Fitzgerald, James D. 



Thomas 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, lyiy. 

Division 5« 

490 Clark, John E. in front of 8 Florence st. 

Division 6. 



^ Coyle, James 



1143 

1145 

2027 

2234 

2235 

2232J 
E226C1 Denby Trucking Co. 
BIO976 Galvin, P. 

4-5731 Guarcello, Vincenzo 

4575J 

498 

5C1 
502 
514 
f^l6 
537 

561 6~ 

5625 

5660 

5685 

5706 

5749^ 

3415)^ Lovering, John S. 

3730) 

3012 Liangiatori, Itichele 

3485 Li SCO, Samuel 



in a stable at 185 W. Second st. , 



" rear of 

" front " 
II II It 



296 A St., 
145 A St. , 
449 Dorchester av.. 



"^ Hackett & Lantry 



•• stable at 323-327 W. Fourth st. , 



;, Hoyt & Parker Co. 



Alley in rear of 274 Congress st.. 



in front of 26l A st. , 



II II 
II II 



" 167 W. Fourth St., 
•• 83 Damrell st. 



Division 9. 
B21753 Shooker, Max C. in front of 4l6 Warren st. 

Attest: 




Chief Cler 



221 



222 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COi/lMISSIOKER. 
29 Peraberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, February 27, l^l^. 



Police Cornmissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the follo*'ing business: 

The records of Y/ednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Clement J. Dore for an Amusement 
License to have an exhibition of bowling in the New Boston Bowling 
Alleys located at 167 Washington street on Friday evening, February 
28, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



On information filed by Lieutenant Michael C. Bresnehan, 
Inspector of Carriages, that the following named persons, licensed 
hackney carriage drivers and one of said persons holder of a hackney 
carriage license, were convicted in the Central Municipal Court on 
January 3I, current, of receiving stolen goods valued at $9.600, the 
property of the Hawley Folsom Company, 81 Essex street, the licenses 
granted to said persons were revoked;- 



767 



Mason, Walter T. 

granted July I8, I918 
2072 O'Donnell, Joseph W. 

granted July 1, I918 



Hackney Carriage Drivers. 

15 Cawfield st. , 

44 Webster st. , Beachmont, 



Hackney Carriage. 

141,111 O'Donnell, Joseph \V. in a garage at 
granted November 2, 1918. 



36 V/arren st. , 



The licenses #0l691A and OI69IB granted to Richard H. 
Grogan on August d, i-V-i-O, uo set up and use Hackney Carriages in a 
garage at II8 Ctimmington street extension, were cancelled by reason 
of the licenses having been surrendered. 



22o 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, I919. Gontd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Kackne^' Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, lyi^. 

92741 Cratern, Michael in a garage at 100 Brighton av.. 
*01668AJ 

*Gl66bBi Grogan, John R. " " " '• 118 Cwnraington st. , ext. 
GI666C) 

*in place or Ricnard H. Grogan. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order:- 

Inspector Levi W. Burr o£ th» Buxeau of CrlcainaJL Imrestiga- 
tion having arrived at the age of sixty-one and seven- twelfths years, 
having performed faithful serrice in the Police Department for thirlry- 
one ami seven- twelfths years, and having requested to te retired from 
active service, it is hereby 

Ord^ered : That the said Inspectox Burr be retired iron active 
service and that his name be placed upon the Department pension roll 
with psy at the rate of One Thousand (lOOO) Dollars po;c ar.nu^, being 
one-«iialf of the amount of coinpensatlon received by ham in the off . -Ice 
from whicli he is retired; to take efTect Thursday, yebru^iy 27, 19^9 j 
at 5.45 P. M, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistole or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, 1919. 

Harlow, Edward D. ) I35 Mt. Vernon st., 
Jobling, Ernest E. f East Milton, Mass., 

lewis, James H. f II9 Central st., Hudson, 

Pickett, Walter P. ) 47 First st., Melrose, 

approved by Charles F. Allen, Vice President, 
State Street Trust Company, 
Townsend, Ernest S. 43 George st., Roxbury, 

approved by J. Edward Barry, Vice President, 
Fidelity Trust Company. 



224 



BOSTOi^, THUhSiJAif. FEliKUAK^ 2?, lyj.y. 



Coxixa. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

Patrolmaji James S. Orr of Dirision 2 having arrlred at 
the age of sixty-three and t^v-tir^lftloB years, haring perfomed 
faithf^il service in the Police Department for thirty-four and 
two-tsrelfth-B years, and having requested to be retired from 
active service, it is hereby 

Ordered: That the said Patrolman Orr be retired from 
active service and that his name be placed upon the Department 
pension roll with pay at the rate of Seven Hundred (700) Dollars 
per anniffii, being one-^half of the amotmt of c<aaj;>en&atlon received 
by him in the office from which he is retired; to take effect 
Thursday, Pebruary 2?, I919, at 5,4.5 P. VL 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carr^ pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
rejected:- 



Collins, 
Kacavas, 
McQuaide, 



Michael J, 
George D. 
John T. 



72 Hamilton st., 
1565 Washington st., 
79 F St. 



On the application of the John Leigh Company by John V. 
Pastorelli, Vice President, John T. McQuaide was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #241 A street and 
the warehouse located on Granite street for the year ending ]ilarch 3I, 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1919 . 



Contd. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Officers. 



Gallagher, 

Klingsberg, 

Hyman, 



m J.I 

ji R. r 



Johi 
Axe: 
Daniel N. 



Appointed. 
February 25, 1919i 
26. 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 2,0, 1919» 



Division 6. 



1188 
1261 
1263 
1266 
1275 
1276 
1285 
1290 
1292 
3596 
3602 
3624 
3625 
3650 

36«2 
3b99 

J7i4 

378 
1922, 

34C1J 

5461 ■ 

5530 
5541 

5544 

3156J 
155B; 
3900, 
4130) 



Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. 



in front of 60-64 Fargo 

St. 



Landers, James F. 
O'Connell, ITatthew 
fieavey, Frank J. 



,in front of 
'' « II II 



86 Silver st. , 
226 \V. Broadway, 
226 '• " 



stable at 199 \7. Sixth st. 



" front of 
•I II » 



326 A St., 
15 Baldwin st. , 

15 H 

15 " •• 



225 



226 



BOSTOiJ, THUKlJjJAi, PEBRUAR^ 2?, lyiy. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 



367y 
3688 

! 3689 

36^0 
B22037 
B22038 

3771 



Smith, Bernard F.Inc. " 



in 


rear of 


337 


Summer at., 


It 


II II 


337 


11 




n 


It II 


337 


It 




n 


11 II 


337 


II 




II 


II II 


337 


II 




It 


II II 


337 


II 




II 


front " 


15 


Sle 


eper st. 



Division 10. 
564 Handv?esk, Joseph C. in front " 1148 Columbus av. 

Division 4. 
560 Bornstein, Levi in front •' 28 Harrison av . 



I Tne applications of the following named police officers 

'for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolman Thomas Byrne of Division 1, three days, commencing 
February 27, current, on account of the death of his sister at Lynn. 

Sergeant Patrick Byrne of Division 10, three days, commencing 
February 26, current, on account of the death of his sister at Lynn. 



Reserven.an Robert F. Mackie, granted an indefinite leave 
of absence October 4, 1^17. on account of having been drafted into 
the United States Army, having received an honorable discharge, 
returned to duty as a patrolman at Division 4 at ^.4^ P. M. , 
February 27, 1^19 . 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, KCBRUARY 2?, 191 9. Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Coramissioners 
approved:- 



Braley, 


John H. 


2181 Washington st. , 


Cohen, 


Harris 


59 Fleet St., 


Copplernan, 


Joseph 


93 Salem st. , 


Cunningham, 


A. J. Co, 


101 North St., 


McCabe, 


M. J. 


Merchants row & Clinton st., 


Ocst, 


M. & Co. 


Inc. 1837 Washington st., 


Sobkowski , 


Prank 


Ill Summer st. 



227 



The application of Patrolman Andrew B. Cuneo of Division 1 
for full pay, amounting to One Hundred Seventy-six and 44/100 (176.44) 
Dollars, for forty-eix days' time lost on account of injuries re- 
ceived in tne performance of his duty, was granted. 



A requisition for the payx^ient of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending February 27, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



M5,205.01 
593.26 

545. 58 
167.7c 

53.23 

$46,564.78 



Attest: 



Chief cH^k. 




228 



OPPICE OF THE POLICE COIfflll SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, February 28, 19IV. 



Police Coromissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1919. 



1641 Blackpool, Peter 
1632 Harris, William 



1984 Columbus av., 
29 Willard pi. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 2,0, 1919. 



85689 Blackpool, Peter 
01977c Pierce, Charles I. 



in a garage at I926 Columbus av. , 
" " " " 30 Hancock st. Dor. 



The application of James P. Bray for a transfer of his 
license #60,096 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 12 Garden street to a garage at 3^ V/arren street, Charlestown, 
was granted. 



229 



BOSTON, PKIDAY, FiDiiKUARY 28, I9I9. 



Contd. 



The application8 of the following named persons for ' 
Collective Musicians' Licenses were granted:- i 

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, "by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Mosucci Scuilla on Saturday, Marcli 1, current, at 1 p. mj 

Route: From 279 North street to Battery, Hanover, Charter, 
Salem, and Prince streets. North square, Moon, Fleet, North, Rich- 
mond and Hanover streets to Scollay square, I 

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Gibvanni | 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
I 6f the late Nicola Facciola on Saturday, March 1, current, at 2.30 
p. m. 

Route: From 41^ Hanover street to Battery, and North streets, 
jNorth square, Nortn, Ricnii^ona, Hanover, Prince, North Margin, Cooper 
and Hanover streets to Scolla.y square. 



The applications of the following named persons, approved 
by C. W. Robie, General Manager, American Railway Express Company, 
for licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, iyi9. 



Beston, 

Elaridge, 

Paul, 



Edward H . ) 
Allen M. 
Arthur J. 



43 Franklin at. , 
43 Franxiin st. , 
38 So. Main St., Attleboro. 



The petition of the Boston and Maine Railroad, a railroad 
corporation having a passenger station in this city, praying for the 
appointment of 



Caton, 

Crowley, 

Cuiien, 

Cunninghr^m, 

Dicker, 

Donegan, 



Richard J, 
James A. 
William 3. 
John K. 
Thomas H. 
J . Edward 



^««.v W^ /yj-^ 



Harris, 

Howard, 

Kearns, 

Kenney, 

Kneeland, 

Lamb, 



Charles B. 
Alonzo L. 
Martin J. 
William J. 
Sylvanous R. 
Thomas C . 



)n a^ Xj 1^ i1. 



230 



BOSTOH, ililDAY, FEBKUAKY 23, I919. 



Contd. 



Railroad Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Donovan, 

Duffy, 

Dunn, 

Dwyer, 

Egan, 

Estey, 

Fuller, 

Glendon, 

Griffin, 

Grogan, 

Halleran, 



John F. 
Arthur Y/. 
Grant 
Vfilliam J. 
V/illiam L. 
Fred L. 
Jason L. 
Henry R. 
Edward B. 
George F. 
John F. 
Wright, 



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M' 



Lingley, 
McCabe, 
V/P7 aewton, 
Palmer i, 
Phillips, 
xv=/^! 7 Rankin, 
Reardon, 
Slack, 
Sullivan, 
Mo^ ^ '?>7Sull ivan, 
^ Wallace, 
William J. 



Herbert W. 
Edward T. 
James H. 
Innocezo 
Sterling 
Charles W, 
Michael T. 
Edwin W. 
Joseph M. 
Patrick J. 
Frank W. 



toeing persons 
police officer 
upon said peti 
employment of 
act as railroa 
purposes and w 
of 1906 and Ac 
said office un 



in the employment of said corporation as railroad 
8 of and for said corporation, was acted upon, and 
tion the persons named therein, being persons in the 
said corporation, were appointed police officers to 
d police officers of and for said corporation for the 
1th the powers set forth in Chapter 463 of the Acts 
ts in addition thereto and amendatory thereof, to hold 
til said appointment is revoked according to law. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted 
until March 1, I920. 



89.0891 
89.0901 
92.9701 
92,971) 



Boston Sight-Seeing Co. ) in 

Abraham S. Caplan, ii4gr. [ 
Thomas, Burton L. " 



a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolph 

St. , 

n II II 2 '• " " " 



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locations 



BOSTOiJ, JjlUDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1^19. Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
for their Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted :- 



89089] Boston Sight-Seeing Co, 
Abraham S. Caplan.Mgr . 
89090;' 
92971 I Thomas, Burton L. 



Charles st. Common side, nr. Boyletoi^i 

St. 25 feet back from stand #2, 
Bosworth St. n.side. cor.Tremont st. 
Charles st. Common side, nr. Eoylston st. 

stand 1, 

92970J ( " •• " " •• Boylston st., 

stand 2. 
From 8.30 a. m. to 5*30 P« "i* 1 daily. 
These designations are granted on the express condition that 
passengers received at these stands shall not be transferred at 
other stands held by the above named or others or at other places to 
other sight-seeing automobiles, except in cases of emergency; and 
that passengers received at these stands shall be returned thereto 
unless they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 



571 Ricci, Nicola 



Division 7« 

in front of 102 Chelsea st. 



Division 9. 
B6174 Friedberg & Bennett in front of 4l6 Warren st. 



The Wagon License #B27994- granted to Charles A. Loud on 
January 29, 1919, to locate in front of 232 State street was can- 
celled by reason of its having been surrendered. 



Reserveman Jonn F. Crowley, granted an indefinite leave of 
absence December 3I, I9I7. to enter the United States Naval Reserve 
Force, having been placed on inactive duty in the service of the 
United States llavy, returned to duty as a Patrolman at Division 7 
at 5.45 p. m. , February 28, 1919. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle