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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. March (pp.232-370)."

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232 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Saturday, March 1, iyi9. 



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

The records of Frida;y last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Christina M. 
Deininger, widow of the late Patrolmen Charles E. Deininger of 
Division 1 deceased February I3, current, the sum of Twenty-six and 
85/lOC (26.85) Dollars, being the amount due him on the pay-roll 
dated February 13, current, as a police officer of the city of 
Boston. 



The application of "The Gimme Club" by E. S. Russell 
for an Amusement License to have a dancing party in the Alls ton 
Dansant located at I38 Brighton avenue on Monday evening, Iidarch I7, 
current, was forv/arded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Charles Grandison for an Auctioneer's 
License at 43 Tremont street was granted for the year ending 
December ^1, 1919* 



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. 



OI55OAI 
015500) 

78.039 
84,281 



Stagnaro, Joseph A 

V/oodcock Taxi Co. 
Woods, William J. 



. iin a 

7 M II 



garage 
II 

II 

II 



at 
II 



440 Commercial St., 
21 Hawkins st. , 
1732 Washington st., 
306 Main St. 



23o 



BOSTON, SATURDAY. MARCH i, 19-LV. 



Contd. 



The application of William J, Woods for a copy of his 
license #8l,501 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 
306 Main street was granted. 



The application of John J. Lacey for a transfer of his 
license #58.54-8 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 250 Woodrow avenue to a garage at 1243 Blue Hill avenue was 
granted. 



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



Barbour, 

Langer, 

Littlefield, 



Howard F. 
Theodore W. 
Walter B. 



12 Brewer st. , J. 
92 Walworth st. , 
35 Hutchings St. 



P.. 



The application of Lillian Yaffe for a transfer of her 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 3176 V/ashington street 
to 299 Sumner street, East Boston, was granted. 



I John T. Mc(^uaide, appointed February 27, current, appeared 

and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



234 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, LIARCH 1, iyi9. 



Concluded. 



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



Division 2. 



^^A- Lomasney, John E. 
BI3497 Martin, Ellen M. 



in front of 

H H M 



129 So. Market st. , 
213 Congress st. 



The application of Patrolman Albert W. Carnes of Division 
9 for leave of absence from duty for three days, conraencii;g March 1, 
current, on account of the death of his father-in-law was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Patrolman George A. Kelley of Division 
18 to be reimbursed in the sum of Thirteen (13) Dollars, being the 
amount 01 a doctor's bill for services rendered 
both hands burned while extinguishing a fire in 
Mary Howes, 686 Metropolitan avenue on December 
granted. 



on account of having 
the clothing of Mrs. 
21, 1918, was 



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 ;- 



Gagliolo, 
Saunders, 



Leopold 
Viccoria G. 



79 Chelsea st., 
48g Washington st. 



Attest; 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COI^lMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Monday, liarch 3, 1919* 



Police CoEimissioner 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 3C, 1919. 



1648 Eailey, 
154/ Grogan, 



Thomas A, 
Harmon R. 



16 Howes St. , D. D. , 
356 Pearl st., Camb. 



The application of Thomas M. Cunniff, 3^3 Seaver street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License v«ras rejected. 



235 



The application of Thomas M. Cunniff for a license #0195CA 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 350 Dudley 
street was rejected. 



The application of Goosse Ginzburg, 7 Oak Grove terrace, 
for a Junk Collector's License was rejected. 



The application of Samuel Shapiro for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at lOi Cabot street was rejected. 



236 



BOSTON, MONDAY, IMRCH 3, l^iy, 



Contd. 



The application of Herbert P. Shaughnessey, 8 Glenwood 
street, to be appointed a Private Detective was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coraraonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May ^1, I'il^. 



Atkinson, 

Coady, 

Dooley, 



George H. 30 Stanley av., Medford, 

approved by Charles Knight, Assistant Treasurer 

Metropolitan Trust Company, 
John J. 38 Guild st., Medford, 

approved by C. W. Rofcie, General Manager, 

Ajnerican Railway Express Company, 
Patrick J. 174 Bunker Kill st. , 
approved by George P. Carter, Captain, United 
States Q,uartermaster Corps. 



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



Chin, 
Saunders, 



Kenry Q,. q. 
Charles L. 



21 St. Botolph St. , 
147 Neponset av. 



On the application of the United States (Quartermaster 
Corps by John A. Dorsey, 2d Lieutenant, Andrew J. Leonard was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the prem- 
ises #108 Massachusetts avenue for the year ending March 3I. ^9^^^ 



237 



BOSTOil. MONUAY, liARCH 3, l^l^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June ^Q, lyiV. 

Division 6. 

581L Smith, Bernard F. Inc. in front of 25 Sleeper st., 

590) 
2920 
2934 
2962 
2966 
2992 
3899 
3917 
3920 
3928 



Young Trucking Co. 



" 17 Cypher st. 



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



I 



Patrolman John L. Cronin of Division 3» three days, commencing 
March 3. current, on account of the death of his mother at Somerville. 

Patrolman V/illiarn Scott of Division 14, three days, commencing 
March 1, current, on account of the death of his father. 



( The following named police officers, granted an indefinite 
leave of absence to enter the United States IJavy, having been placed 
on inactive duty in the service of the United States Navy, returned 
to duty at 5«4-5 P. ni. , Monday, March 3. 19^9:- 

Patrolman Hugh S. Morrissey of Division 7 granted leave of 
absence February 14, 191d. 

Patrolman Joseph E. Sliney of Division 9. granted leave of 
absence September 27, 1917* 



It is hereby ordered that Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh 
J. Lee and Ross A. Perry be and they are hereby appointed pursuant to 
section 10 of Chapter ?91 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 hereafter appointed. 






BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3, lyiy. 



Concluded. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain Herbert 
W. Goodwin of Division 9 against Patrolman Edraond Morrison of Divi- 
sion 9 ^e referred for hearing to the trial board consisting of 
Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. Perry. The 
hearing, which was postponed from Thursday, February 27, current, to 
Tuesday, March 4, current, will be held at this office at 2.15 p. m. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to drive Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted until March 
1, 192c. 



027610 Rawding, Leslie G. 
C7826 Thomas, Burton L. 



74 Powder House Boulevard, 

W. Somerville, 
22 Ivy St., Boston. 



The applications of the Rawding Auto Bus Line Incorporated, 
by Leslie G. Rawding, President, for three licenses #B27023, B27C24 
and B27025 to set up and use Sight-Seeing Automobiles in a garage at 
44C Commercial street were granted until March 1, I92O. 



by Leslie 
Automobil 
street, 
This 
piassenger 
stands he 
sight-see 
passenger 
they expr 



The application of the Rawding Auto Bus Line Incorporated, 
G. Rawding, President, for a location for his Sight-Seeing 
e License #B27023 on Northern avenue, southwest corner of D 
pposite the New England Fish Pier, was granted. 

designation is granted on the express condition that 
s received at this stand shall not be transferred at other 
Id by the above named or others, or at other places to other 
ing automobiles, except in case of emergency; and that 
s received at this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
ess a desire to alight elsewhere. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE GOMMISSIOIOSR. 
2^ Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, March 4, lyi^. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



239 



k report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Cornraon- 
wealth on the application of Frank A. Foster et al for a charter as 
the Fenway Social and Athletic Association for promoting general 
athletics, maintenance of a gymnasium, reading-room and a place for 
social meetings; no fixed location. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 19-1-9. 

Woodville st., 
Creston st., Roxbury, 
Capen st., Dorchester. 



1654 


Clark, 


Increase N. 


41 


1408 


Dolinsky, 


Alexander 


33 


1834 


Eirich, 


Robert H. 


26 



The application of Robert H. Eirich for a license #y6,50ij 
to set up and use a HacKney Carriage in a garage at 8i>2 Blue Hill 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 19i9" 



The applications of the following named persons for 
special stands for their Hackney Carriages were granted ;- 

80,370 Donovan, Michael S. in front of I72 Summer st. back of 

Subway Exit, 
96,505 Eirich, Robert H. Essex st. in front of Continental Hotel 



240 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, l':^!^. 



Gontd, 



The application of Robert H. Field, 2 Brimmer street, 
approved by A. E. Smith, Assistant Treasurer, Boston Publishing 
Company for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Com- 
monwealth was granted for the year ending }/iay 31. l^l^- 



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



Barett, 
Cheney, 
Levine, 
Zardockas, 



Louis A, 
Arnold W. 
Jacob H. 
Joseph A. 



37 Fowler st., Dorchester, 
111 Eutaw st. , 
57 Fowler st., Dorchester, 
20 Winfield st.. 



The license to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
Aaron Avergun on April 30, l';;*l8, at 4y0 Main street was cancelled 
by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the 
business of dealer in second hand articles at that location. 



The application of Carl Berg for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 490 Main street was granted for the year 
Ciiding April 30, l^iy, in place of Aaron Avergun. 



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:- 

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II 
II 
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1650 


Vfeterman, 


Samuel E. 


1517 


Silva, 


Joseph F. 


ibyii 


Foster, 


Frank M. 


1851 


Kellner, 


William 


1765 


iiolin. 


Leo 


1037 


McDougall, 


Karl T. 


1817 


Woodford, 


William J 


1693 


Plotkin, 


Samuel H. 



241 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, IvIARGH 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



vated 


Ry. Licenses 


Cancelled - contd. 




2585 


Gorrivan, 


Joseph H. 


Conductor, 


2297 


Dowd, 


James 


If 


2ti73 


Groke, 


William F. 


n 


2554 


Barry, 


Vincent P. 


n 


2635 


Roden}iiser, 


Herman A. 


n 


2809 


IJcSlroy, 


John S. 


II 


2481 


Lynch, 


William J. 


tt 


2463 


Julian, 


Arthur F. 


N 


2572 


Craft, 


Harold E. 


H 


2475 


Lev e than. 


Benjamin 


N 


2327 


Sweeney, 


Austin R. 


N 


2366 


Welsh, 


Richard J. 


If 


2b87 


Sherry, 


George W. 


•I 


3306 


Fine, 


Henry 


If 


3181 


Welch. 


Leforest 


n 


3479 


ietivier, 


George D. 


n 


3121 


Hamill, 


Charles H. 


N 


3316 


Willis, 


William J. 


If 


4147 


Hourihan, 


John J. 


If 


4510 


Carroll, 


Gerald J. 


If 


4405 


Stern, 


Samuel 


If 


4041 


Fennelly, 


Walter R. 


n 


4524 


Q,uinn, 


Thomas J. 


If 


1408 


Musiker , 


Morris 


tt 


1621 


Speyer, 


Isaac J. 


It 


1022 


Darling, 


Harold E. 


It 


1889 


Auld, 


Gordon L. 


n 


1778 


Zimmerman, 


Abraham 


n 


1884 


Morris, 


Marcus 


II 


ibi5 


Newman, 


William A. 


It 


1605 


Pinicham, 


Kenneth V. 


n 


1145 


McGrath, 


Charles F. 


n 


2427 


Lynch, 


John J. 


II 


2303 


Strain, 


William 


It 


2470 


Schwaidelson, 


Benjamin 


If 


2063 


Galvin, 


Joseph T. 


It 


2521 


McHugh, 


Thoraas F. 


II 


2ti32 


Gates, 


Stewart A. 


H 


2665 


Flood, 


Thomas C. 


II 


2455 


Tarris, 


Roy R. 


•I 


2598 


Merrick, 


William A. 


II 


2383 


Rogers, 


Charles D. 


II 


2112 


Heffernan, 


James H. 


It 


2765 


IiicDonald, 


Peter 


11 


2180 


Caisse, 


Alfred L. 


fl 


3495 


Lyon, 


Percy L. 


It 


3480 


Leighton, 


Harold G. 


n 



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242 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1^1'^. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



3361 


Braithwaite, 


William T. 


3057 


Drukman, 


Harry 


3110 


Ackeriaan, 


Harry 


3521 


Hill, 


William E. 


3378 


Murphy, 


David F. 


3588 


Mason, 


Perley J. 


4366 


Gordon, 


George K. 


44cl3 


McDonald, 


John H. 


4082 


Martin, 


Ralph A. 


1825 


Barrett, 


Lawrence E. 


1400 


Haver ty. 


Mathias E. 


1376 


Miller, 


George A. 


1781 


Lichtenstein, 


Hyman 


1366 


Lincoln, 


Frank V/. 


1357 


Shaw, 


Francis J. 


1023 


Powers, 


Edward P. 


174V 


Kelley, 


Francis A. 


2503 


Henderson, 


Lester R. 


2857 


Darling, 


Fay A. 


2726 


Ross, 


Henry A. 


2477 


Shatz, 


Charles 


3271 


Keane , 


Clifford L. 


301 


Miller, 


James W. 


3367 


O'Brien, 


John A. 


3606 


Campbell, 


Benjamin F. 


452V 


Surette, 


George E. 


4173 


Frazier, 


Simon P. 


4035 


Lariviere, 


Joseph C. 


4223 


Mullen, 


Charles A. 


4084 


Graffam, 


Harold W. 


17V6 


Porter, 


Everett G. 


1642 


Black, 


Carlton S. 


1823 


Woodbury, 


Harry H. 


1625 


Mealia, 


Martin 


185V 


Foster, 


Oscar 


1716 


Drisko, 


Ralph B. 


14V7 


O'Toole, 


Thomas F. 


122V 


Lynch, 


Richard A. 


1111 


Kelley, 


John C. 


1767 


Gregory, 


Paul 


2885 


Phillips. 


George B. 


256V 


Robinson, 


Charles 


2224 


Finn, 


William 


2722 


Coxall, 


Donald G. 


2868 


Clark, 


Emery S. 


2300 


Walsh, 


James L. A. 


28VI 


AJ-iern, 


Charles E. 


3200 


Buchanan, 


George D. 


3306 


Wolff, 


Grover F. 



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243 



BOSTOl^f, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1:^1";^. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



4583 


Fleming, 


Wilfred H. 


Conductor, 


1533 


Lee, 


David 


Mo tor man. 


1540 


Lee, 


David 


n 


1532 


Lee, 


Jeremiah 


n 


1425 


Hayes , 


kichael J. 


« 


1163 


Gaspie, 


William J. 


n 


2554 


Hannan, 


Elden 


n 


2005 


Gallup, 


Charles H. 


n 


2177 


Ryan, 


Daniel 


n 


2035 


Edwards, 


Hertert L. 


n 


1414 


Theall, 


Ralph W. 


H 


1776 


Joyce, 


John F. 


N 


172V 


Korthaus, 


Frank 


N 


123b 


McGillicuddy, 


Michael 


•1 


1634 


Dav i s , 


Lewis P. 


tt 


1635 


Hanson, 


Stephen C. 


II 


4260 


Coughlin, 


Robert J. 


n 


1467 


Allcocx, 


Thomas 


« 


1106 


Pield, 


William A. 


H 


1704 


MCMahon, 


John J. 


n 


1025 


McDonough, 


iviark A. 


H 


1208 


Ueill, 


Robert J. 


II 


301 


Miller, 


James V/. 


II 


4275 


Wo r then. 


Frank A. 


n 


4362 


Churchill, 


Benjamin S. 


n 


1744 


Knoche, 


John J. 


H 


12y6 


Hayes, 


Patrick J. 


H 


2354 


Patient, 


Fred 


n 


4378 


Trim, 


Harold E. 


n 


301 


Miller, 


James W. 


Starter. 



The application of Abraham S. Caplan, 12 Castlegate road, 
for a license #040579 to drive a Sight-Seeing Automobile was 
granted until March 1, 1:^20. 



244 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, l^-ly. 



Concluded. 



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



5^11 Stevens, James S. 
B28616 Quinlan, Edward J. 



Division 2. 

in front of 36 Broad st. , 
'• " " 104 Arch St. 



The application of Fritz C. A. Wende for a transfer of 
his Wagon License #159 from in front of lyo Amory street to Boylston 
street at the Railroad Bridge, 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 :- 

60 Winter st. & 130 Tremont st., 
50 Hanover st. , 
^2 Cottage st. 



Aronson, 


H. H. 


Bacon, 


Fred C. 


Prisco, 


Frank 



Attest: 




Chief CI 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
2y Peraberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, March 5. ^9^9- 



245 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Fidelia Musical and Educational 
Society by M. F. Finn for an Amusement License to have a Chinese 
operetta and dance in Fidelia Hall located at the corner of RocJiland 
and Washington streets on Friday evening, Liarch 14, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the i^ayor approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 19iy. 



1675 Clark, 

1679 O'Neill, 

166^ Barron, 

366 Conley, 



James H. 
John C. 
Lawrence F 
George A. 



16 Kempton st., Roxbury, 
492 Tremont st., 
146 St. Botolph St., 
258 Harrison av. 



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. 



96,630 Barron, Lawrence F. 
92,748 O'Neill, John C. 



in a garage at 

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37 Ferdinand st., 
17 Clarendon st. 



The application of Israel Levy, 67 Reed street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1919. 



246 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH i?, 1^1^ . 



Contd. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Samuel Winick on 
April 30, lyiO, at 6^ Broadway was cancelled by reason of the 
licensee having ceased to "be engaged in the business of junk shop 
■keeper at that^location. 



The application of Abraham Winick for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 85 Broadway was granted for the year ending April 30, 
19iy, in place of Samuel Winick. 



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



0194 


Adams, 


Alfred. J. 


3445 


Arena, 


Gaetano 


01^2 


Barry , 


James G. 


0181 


Cain, 


Leo J. 


1408 


Clay, 


• Walter M. 


0196 


Snos, 


Alfred S. 


064 


Farrell, 


Thomas F. 


0191 


Hillis, 


Joseph S. 


21?03 


Moore, 


Elmer S. 


090 


Murray, 


Dougall A. 


426 


McDonald, 


Lloyd T. 


4031 


O'Rourke, 


Phillip ?. 


0193 


Penning, 


James T. 


0197 


Richard, 


Arthur H. 


326 


Roach, 


Albert E. 


2461 


Sheehey, 


Thomas H. 


0195 


Smith, 


Philip F. 


2303 


Strain, 


William 


330 


Weatherbee, 


Alfonso H. 


227 


Dolan, 


William T. 


0266 


McGurl, 


Felix 


0265 


Walsh, 


Patrick J. 


330 


Weatherbee, 


Alfonso H. 


22'/ 


Dolan, 


William T. 


426 


McDonald, 


Lloyd T. 


326 


Roach, 


Albert E. 


330 


Weatherbee, 


Alfonso H. 



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247 



BOSTON, ■WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1919. 



Concluded. 



to locate 
ending June 



The application of Harry Stahler for a Wagon License #597 
in front of 4-74 Treiaont street was granted for the year 



30. 1919. 



The application of Captain T?ioina3 P. Goode of Division I6 
for permission for the officers of his division to make voluntary 
contributions to assist the family of Patrolman William J. Sweeney 
of Division I6 who has been ill with pneumonia since January 24, 
current, was granted. 



Attest: 



(si^ii^i^ 



Chief Cle 



Ir^ 



248 



0FFIC3 OF THE POLICE COmnSSIGllER. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Thursday, iilarch 6, 1919« 



Police Co:nrnissioner 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 Herbert W. 
Goodwin of Division 9 against Patrolman Edmond Morrison of Division 
9 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: COroUCT UNBECOMING AN OFFICER. 

Specification: In that at various times the said Edmond 
Jiorrison called at different department stores in the City of 1 
Boston, asking to try and be fitted to lady's clothes and undercloth4. 
ing and trying on and being fitted to lady's clothes and undercloth- 
That the reason given by said Morrison was that he was a 
impersonator. 

That the said Edmond Morrison gave different names and 
addresses not his own name and address and ordered goods held for 
nim for which he never called. 



ing. 
lady ' s 



It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial Board 
consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. 
Perry, on the twenty-seventh day of February, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Morrison by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint, and that it was continued to the fourth 
day of March, current, and then it appeared that a hearing was had. 
He appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty to the charge and 
the Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. The Com- 
missioner approved tne finding and with the recommendation of the 
Board ordered that the said Patrolman Edmond Morrison be dismissed 
from the Police Department, to take effect Thursday, March 6, I919. 
at 5«4-5 P« ni« 



The resignation of Ciiarles A. Bennett employed as a 
clerk in the Chief Clerk's Office, having been presented, it is 
hereby accepted, to take effect March 6, 1919^ 



BOSTOII, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Andrew E. Anderson for an Amusement 
License to have an exJiibition of wrestling and a dancing party in 
Paine Memorial Hall located at 9 Appleton street on Thursday 
evening, Llarch I3, current, was forwarded to His Honor the liayor 
approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Angelos N. Lazzous et al for a charter 
as the Society Naouasaion Saint Demetrius of Boston, Massachusetts, 
for promoting friendly relations amon^ its members and establishing 
and maintaining a place for a reading-room, library, lectures and 
for social meetings; jio fixed location. 



249 



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



1682 Kelley, 

1709 Leonard, 

170^' Lorance, 

86 Trudo, 



Francis H. 
George 
Joseph F. 
Clayton W. 



6 Belfort St., Dorchester, 
5 Howard pi. , 
117 Kent St., Brookline, 
74 Carolina av., J. P. 



The application of George Leonard for a license #92,965 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 350 Dudley 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, I919. 



The license #01910B to set up and use a Hackney Carriage 
granted to Peter A. Stagnaro on July I6, I918, in a garage at 70 
Parker Hill avenue and transferred on August 22, I918, to a garage 
at 21 Hawkins street was cancelled by reason of its having been 
surrendered. 



250 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, I919, 



Contd. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of fif- 
teen musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, for a 
Collective Ijlusicians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of Luisa protetta on Thursday, March 6, current, from 9-30 to 11. 30 
a. m. , was granted. 

Route: From I76 Salem street to Charter and Hanover streets 
to North square Church; thence North street to Hanover, Prince, 
Salem, Charter and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



The application of G. Clifton Watts, 2^4 Washington 
street, to "be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending March 6, 1920. 



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. 



Gallagher, 



Turell, 



John J. 90 Webster av., Soraerville, 

approved by George P. Carter, Captain, United 
States Arra^' Zone Supply Office, ICb Massachus- 
etts av. , 
Joseph H. 64 Hyde Park av., 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
American Railway Express Company. 



for 
was 



a license 
rejected. 



The application of Henry J. Green, lci73 Columbus avenue, 
to carry a pistol or revolver in this Cormnonwealth 



The application of Howard H. Coburn for a transfer of his 
deal in Second Hand Articles from 37 Ferdinand street to 



I license to 
66 Berkeley street was granted 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Bussey, 
Grow, 



G. I. Co. 
George & Samuel 



2ij5 Northampton st., 
as George Grow Automobile 

Company, 
321-323 Columbus av. 



On the application of the Bay State Street Railway Company 
by T. A. Donahue, lianager, licenses were granted to the following 
named persons as conductors in the employ of said company :- 



1175 Galvin, 
1293 Kingsley, 



John T. 
Arthur W. 



Conductor, 

n 



251 



The application of Clarence li. Rawding, 328 Geneva avenue, 
for a license #040, p75 ^o drive a Sight-Seeing Automobile was 
granted until March 1, I920. i 



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

Division 2. 

B28468 Walfish, Harry M. in rear of 520 Atlantic av. 

Division 5« 



B2865b Canner & Spillberg 



s. e. cor. Cobb street at V/ashington 

st. 



252 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application 
for leave of absence from 
5, current, on account of 
granted without pay. 



of Patrolman John J. Murray of Division 7 
duty for three days, commencing February 
the death of his father-in-law was 



The application of Patrolman Joseph H. Battos of Division 
1 for permission for the officers of his division to make voluntary 
contributions to assist the widow and child of the late Patrolman 
Charles E. Deininger was granted. 



Full pay, amounting to Nineteen and 17/100 (19. 17) Dollars, 
was allowed to the account of the late Patrolman Timothy \V. Hurley 
of Division 3 deceased December 28, 191ti, for five days' 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 Maurice E. 
Hurley, Administrator of tJie estate of the late Patrolman Timothy 
W. Hurley of Division 3 deceased December 28, 1918, the sum of 
Nineteen and I7/IOO (I9.17) Dollars, being full pay for five days' 
time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately preceding 
his death and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



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. 
II 

N 

n 

Reserve. 



Andrew B. Cuneo, 
Andrew B. Cuneo, 
Michael F. Flanagan, 
Michael F. Flanagan, 
William F. Shea, 



Div. 


1, 


6 


days, 


I 


23.01 


II 


1, 


12 


II 




46.02 


gan, " 


1, 


2 


II 




1.^1 


gan, " 


1, 


3 


II 




11.50 


II 


1, 

1 


4 

• 


n 




9.86 


Carry over 


. $ 


98.06 






BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, l^l^. 



Contd. 



Pull Pay Allowed for Lost Time - concluded. 



Patrol. 

n 
II 

N 
II 
II 

n 
II 
n 
n 
If 
n 
n 
II 



Sergeant 

Patrol. 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 

Sergeant 

M 

Patrol. 

Reserve. 

Patrol. 
•I 

H 
M 
N 
II 
II 

n 
II 
H 
n 

Reserve. 
Patrol. 

n 



Sergeant 
Patrol. 



Brou 
Joseph A. Verkampen, 
David R. Bootes, 
Andrew Y/. Duncan, 
Thomas F. Kennedy, 
Elmer F. Rider, 
Augustine D. Hamilton 
Patrick M. O'Connor, 
James A. Sheffield, 
Joseph I. Downey, 
Peter A. Hayes, 
Winfield A. Studley, 
WilTDur F. Harris, 
William R. Harrington 
Murdo McDonald, 
William D. O'Neill, 
Florence O'Regan, 
Hugh A. Rourke, 
Hugh F. j^iiarston, 
Denis J. Casey, 
Michael E. Finnegan, 
V/alter G. Horton, 
Patrick Byrne, 
Dowd, 
J. McGillivray 
Shea, 
Sullivan, 
Hoadley, 
May, 

, Chandler, 
Cooley, 
Hodgkins, 



Joseph 
Ar thur 
Albert 
Thomas 
Joseph 
Clifton E. 
Thomas F. 
Joseph 0. 



F. 
A. 
H. 

lil. 



Nicholas R. Bowe, 
Morgan F. Kelleher, 
James T. McNulty, 
Angus J. McPhee, 
John J. Healy, 
William P. Hogan, 
George W. Bacher, 
Ralph H. P. Langlan, 
Henry A. Lueth, 
Edward J. Flaherty, 
William A. Sayward, 
Hugh E. O'Donnell, 



ght f 


orwar 


'^'r. 


• • 


. $ 96.06 


Div. 


1. 


8 


days. 


30.68 


n 


2, 


3 


II 


8.22 


II 


2. 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


2, 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


2. 


3 


II 


11.5c 


II 

9 


3. 


1 


II 


2.74 


II 


3. 


3 


11 


8.22 


•1 


3. 


24 


II 


85.47 


11 


4. 


3 


n 


10.68 


n 


4, 


3 


n 


11.78 


•1 


4. 


2 


II 


7.67 


II 


5. 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 

t 


6. 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


6. 


19 


n 


72.87 


n 


0, 


3 


•1 


11.5c 


n 


6. 


3 


II 


10.68 


II 


^ 


3 


11 


14.58 


II 


8, 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


y, 


3 


II 


14.38 


II 


y. 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


9. 


3 


11 


14.59 


II 


10, 


3 


It 


14.38 


II 


10, 


3 


•1 


9.04 


II 

• 


10, 


3 


II 


11.50 


n 


10, 


11 


II 


27.11 


II 


11. 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


12. 


22 


II 


64.38 


II 


12, 


3 


n 


10.68 


II 


13, 


3 


N 


8.22 


II 


13. 


3 


n 


11.5c 


II 


13. 


3 


II 


11.5c 


n 


14, 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


14. 


20 


11 


76.70 


II 


14, 


3 


II 


8.22 


n 


15. 


3 


II 


8.22 


II 


16. 


3 


H 


11.50 


n 


16. 


3 


II 


7.39 


n 


17, 


3 


II 


11.50 


II 


17, 


3 


II 


11.5c 


II 


17. 


3 


•1 


11.50 


II 


19. 


3 


II 


11.50 


B. C 


. I. 


3 


H 


14.38 


C. P 


• . 


3 


II 


11.50 



Total 



$ 877.84 



254 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919. 



Contd, 



The applications of the following named persons for half 
pay for the tine herein specified on account of absence from duty 
"by reason of sickness as provided by section 5 of Rule 36 of the 
Police Manual, were granted: - 



Reserve. 

Patrol. 

Reserve. 

Patrol. 

n 
n 

Reserve. 
Patrol. 

n 
n 
n 

Sergeant 
Patrol. 

n 
II 
n 
n 
n 

N 

n 
n 
II 
w 

N 

Captain 

Patrol. 
•I 

n 
n 

H 
H 
N 

n 
H 
n 
n 

N 

n 
N 

n 

n 
n 



Louis W. Archer, 
William F. J. Barry, 
Arthur Donahue, 
Jereraiah J. Driscoll, 
Michael E. Fitzgerald, 
James \V. Kerrigan, 
Francis X. McCarthy, 
David A. O'Keefe, 
Robert F. Ronayne, 
Usher St. George, 
Almon L. Daniels, 
V/illiam J. Flynn, 
Patrick A. Hanley, 
James W. Kelley, 
George I. O'Bryan, 
James S. Orr, 
Patrick J. Driscoll, 
Thomas Foley, 
Samuel A. Jay, 
William L. Kendrick, 
Arthur F. Ma-rston, 
Frank L. Merritt, 
Frederick A. Peterson, 
Williair. J. Quigley, 
James P. Canney, 
Thomas J. Carth;>', 
John F. Dennis, 
William P. Bromfield, 
Robert T. Dale, 
Robert T. Dale, 
Thomas I. Ken is ton, 
Michael J. licDonough, 
Peter J. McLaughlin, 
George J. E. Mellor, 
James F. Murphy, 
James F. Murphy, 
Nicholas P. Tangney, 
James J. O'Neil, 
William R. Harrington, 
John J. Reilly, 
Jerome L. McDonald, 
Robert G. S. Reed, 



Div, 

H 



1. 
1, 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1, 
1. 

2. 

2, 

2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
3. 
3. 

3. 
3, 
3, 
3, 
3. 
3. 
4, 

4. 
4. 

5, 
5. 
5, 
5. 
5, 
5. 
5. 
5. 
ij, 
5. 
5, 
6. 
6, 
7. 
7. 



7 days , 
10 " 

5 

4 

4 

15 
1 
2 

3 

30 

2 

7 
29 

Q 
36 

3 

7 
3 
2 

4 

'I 

6 

2 

6 
30 
10 

8 

3 
2 

4 

A 
6 
6 

3 

1 

7 

5 

30 

3 

6 



It 

H 
11 
II 
II 
II 

n 
II 
II 
n 
n 
II 
II 
n 

H 
II 
It 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 

n 
n 
n 
n 
II 
n 
n 
II 
n 
II 
n 
11 
It 
•I 
II 
II 



8.63 

13.69 
6.16 

5^75 

I'^l 
18.48 

1.92 

3.^3 

3-7'? 

57.53 

4.79 

13.42 

55.62 

17.26 

57.53 
4.11 

13.42 

5.75 
2.74 

7.67 

57.53 
10.68 

11.50 
8.22 
8.22 

45.19 
17.81 
15.34 

5^75 
3.01 
7.12 
5.48 

10.68 
11.50 

5.75 
1.92 

9.59 
9.59 

57.53 
4.11 

11.50 



Carry over. 



^ 637.61 



255 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, IMRCH 6, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Half Pay Allowed for Lost Time - contd. 





Brought forward 


. 


• • 


Patrol. 


Michael T. P.oach, 


Div. 


7. 


3 


days. 


II 


Charles W. Rollins, 


II 


f 1 


26 


II 


Sergeant 


James J. Cratty, 


II 


^ » 


4 


II 


" 


William H. Ryraes, 


II 


e, 


1 


II 


Patrol. 


Herbert V/. Andrews, 


II 


9. 


20 


•1 


n 


Tuffil Bostwick, 


II 


9. 


3 


•1 


n 


John W. Carroll, 


II 


9. 


14 


II 


•• 


Joseph F. Crotty, 


II 


9. 


22 


•1 


M 


Patrick J. Pay, 


II 


9, 


4 


II 


M 


William Frank, 


II 


9. 


7 


II 


Sergeant 


Harry T. Grace, 


n 


9. 


7 


II 


Patrol. 


George A. Hughes, 


II 


9. 


30 


II 


ti 


Martin J. Lyons, 


II 


9. 


2 


11 


•1 


John J. McDonough, 


II 


9. 


17 


II 


n 


Francis J. MclJulty, 


II 


9. 


14 


II 


n 


Thomas C. Noone, 


11 


9. 


21 


•1 


n 


John J. Ryan, 


n 


9. 


2 


11 


n 


George K. Kelley, 


II 


10, 


14 


It 


1) 


John M. Hogarty, 


n 


10, 


17 


II 


Sergeant 


Dennis Kerrigan, 


II 


10, 


1 


II 


Patrol, 


Fred C. Lee, 


II 


10, 


9 


n 


II 


Dexter Littlefield, 


II 


10, 


27 


II 


n 


James H, McLean, 


II 


10, 


13 


II 


Sergeant 


Charles J. Wallace, 


n 


10, 


4 


II 


Patrol. 


John T. Murray, 


N 


11. 


5 


It 


II 


William H. Caswell, 


II 


12. 


11 


•1 


II 


Kenneth LIcLeod, 


n 


12. 


2 


It 


Sergeant 


Frank Arnold, 


n 


13. 


30 


II 


Lieut. 


Herman B. Bodenschatz, 


n 


13. 


7 


It 


Patrol. 


Arthur E. Dinsmore, 


II 


13. 


2 


•1 


II 


George A. Dorr, 


n 


13. 


5 


II 


Captain 


Joseph Harriman, 


n 


13. 


8 


It 


Patrol. 


James M. 0' Sullivan, 


II 


13. 


19 


II 


II 


Grant H. Farwell, 


II 


14, 


4 


II 


n 


John B. Gildea, 


II 


14, 


2a 


II 


n 


Morgan F. Kelleher, 


II 


14, 


3 


II 


II 


Morgan F. Kelleher, 


It 


14. 




II 


Sergeant 


Patrick J. Itoho ney. 


II 


14. 


6 


It 


Patrol. 


William B. Quinan, 


II 


14. 


3 


II 


II 


John C. J. Loughlin, 


II 


15. 


11 


tt 


II 


Michael J. Lynch, 


II 


15. 


18 


ti 


n 


Arthur L. McLaughlin, 


n 


15. 


9 


II 


M 


John B. Becker, 


II 


16, 


2 


It 


Sergeant 


Harry N. Dickinson, 


II 


16. 


7 


II 




Carry over. 


• 


. 



$ 637.61 

5.34 

49.87 

9.59 

2.40 

3B.35 

5.75 
26.85 

42.19 

7.67 

9.59 
16.78 

57.53 

3.93 
32.60 

19.17 
34.51 

2.74 
26.85 
32.60 

2.40 
17.26 
51.78 
24.93 

9.59 

6.85 

21.09 

3.83 

71.91 

19.18 

2.74 

9.59 
32.88 
36.44 

7.67 
53.70 

5.75 

5.75 
14.38 

21.09 
34.52 

12.33 
16.' 78 

^1553.64" 



256 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. MARCH 6, 1919. 



Half Pay Allowed for Lost Time - concluded. 



Contd. 





Brouglit 


forward, 


• 


• • 


.$1553.64 


Patrol; 


Frank A. Kelley, 


Div. 


16, 


4 


days. 


6.02 


ti 


Daniel J. Lynch, 


n 


16. 


9 


M 


17.26 


Reserve. 


Henry A. Reissfelder, 


11 


16. 


5 


II 


6.16 


Lieut. 


Henry Hazlett, 


n 


17. 


30 


II 


82.18 


Patrol. 


George E. Keyes, 


II 


17. 


14 


II 


26.85 


n 


Henry T. Montague, 


II 


17, 


30 


11 


57.53 


n 


Jarnes J. Mull in, 


II 


17. 


4 


II 


7.67 


n 


Isaac T. Ivlyers, 


II 


17, 


20 


•1 


38.35 


Lieut. 


Patrick J. O'Neil, 


II 


17, 


9 


II 


24.66 


Patrol. 


Francis Scanlan, 


II 


17. 


30 


II 


57.53 


w 


George Stewart, 


II 


17, 


2 


n 


3.83 


n 


Michael P. Murphy, 


n 


19, 


20 


II 


38.35 


Inspector 


Thoraas F. Gleavy, 


B. C 


. I. 


10 


II 


27.39 




James F. Aylward, 

T 


s. s 

t a 


1. . 


7 

• 


n 

• • 


13.91 




.$1961.33 



The following sheets showing the estimated expense for the 
Police Department for the year ending January 3I, 1920, were this 
day forwarded to His Honor the Mayor:- 



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The department heads are to submit a general item sheet (1) with supporting 
schedules A and B (sheets 2 and 3) for each division within the department. 

Four columns are to be filled by the departments on sheets 1 and 3. The column 
for expenditm-es for the current year will be filled as estimated by the departments. Sheet 2 
should have the first twelve columns filled in by the department. 

Four copies of the sheets are to be made. Three copies are to be sent to the Budget 
Commissioner and one copy retained in the department office. 

The sheets are not to be folded for any purpose whatever. 



EXPLANATION OF TERMS EMPLOYED IN ESTIMATES. 



PERSONAL SERVICE inclades all salaries, wages and other compensation of 
employees whose services are of a fixed character and who are under the direct control of 
administrative officers as per schedule A. 

To be divided into three groups: 

1. Permanent employees. 

2. Temporary employees. 

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SERVICE OTHER THAN PERSONAL includes all service or work not listed in 
schedule A as under the direct control of administrative officers. 

EQUIPMENT includes all articles which are of a continuing use without material 
change. 

SUPPLIES include all articles which can be used but once or show material change 
upon first use. 

MATERIALS include all articles which enter into construction or repair. 

SPECIAL ITEMS include all expenditures which are pecuhar to certain departments 
or required by special statute. 

INCIDENTAL EXPENDITURES TO COVER CONTINGENCIES OTHER 
THAN PERSONAL SERVICE. This is to cover contingencies. 

General Plant includes the land, buildings and other property in charge of a 
department. 

Proposed increases of salaries and wages should be estimated from June 1, 1919, 
when paid monthly (7 months' increase), and from May 30, 1919, when paid weekly 
(35 weeks' increase). 




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BOSTOK, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, l^l^. 



Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending March 6, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$47,980.92 

607.17 

545.58 

162.22 

53.23 

$49,349.12 



Attest: 



<^04^»4<^^ 



Chief ClKrk. 




260 



OFFICE OF THE POLira COIvlMIRSIOyER. 
2y Pernberton square. 

Boston, Friday, March 7, IVI9. 



Police Gorflmisaioner 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 Agnes Hardy, 
niece of Patrick H. Hardy, deceased February 24, current, the sum of 
Forty (40) Dollars, being the amount due the said Patrick K. Hardy 
as a pensioned police officer of the city of Boston at the time of 
his decease. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Mary E. Grotty, 
widow of the late Patrolman Joseph F. Crotty of Division 9 deceased 
February 25, current, the sura of Forty- two and 19/IOO (42.19) 
Dollars, being the amount due the said Patrolman Crotty for eleven 
days on the pay-roll dated March 6, current, as a police officer of 
the city of Boston. 



The application of Freeman 0. Emerson for an Amusement 
License to have a charity horse show in the Park Riding School 
located at 145 Ipswich street on Saturday afternoon and evening, 
March 29, current, vms forwarded to His Honor the Major approved. 



The application of Samuel P.. Knights for an Auctioneer's 
License at 73 Treraont street was granted for the year ending 
December 3I, I919. 



261 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, 1919. 



1713 Mahoney, 

1744 Spencer, 

171^ Wotton, 

1722 Young, 



Dannis F. 
George R. 
Myron K. 
Joseph H. 



J^ Y/averly st., Roxbury, 
69 Cross St., L^^lden, 
9 Beacon st. , H. P. , 
b7 Belvidere st. 



The application of Simon Green, 
new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one 



70 Q,uincy street, for 
lost, 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 Llay 31. 1919« 



Frye, 



Micklay, 
Toher, 



'Villiam 47 Julian st., Roxbury, 

approved Toy George M. Rich, Treasurer, 

Cosmopolitan Trust Company, 
Fred \ 5 Peters st. , 

James E. j 648 Potters av.. Providence, 

Rhode Island, approved ty C. W. Robie, General 
Manager, American Railway Express Company. 



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



Guild, 
Foley, 
Goldman, 



Frank 0, 

Coleman F. 
Joseph 



705 Boylston st. , 
12 Dean st. , Roxbury, 
29 Ferrin st. , C. D. 



262 



BOSTOIT, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, I919. 



Concluded. 



The applications 
licenses to deal in Second 
ending April 30, l^iy. 



of the following named persons for 
Hand Articles were granted for the year 



Abrams , 
Allen, 
Riskin, 
Trust, 



David 

Clarence G. 
Jacob S. 
Abraham 



122 Arlington st. , 
1000 Hyde Park av . , 
2030 V/ashington st., 

177 Shawmut av . 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to drive Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted until 
March 1, 1920. 



C21601 
C40768 
014129 



Eeau champ, 

Scoppa, 

Paine, 



Fred J. 
Thoirias G. 
Charles C. 



27 Quincy st., Somerville, 

9 George st., Everett, 
32 Alexander av., Medford. 



The application of Musgrave & Roper for a Wagon License 
#B"^010 to locate at the corner of Columbus avenue and IJorgan street 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919* 



Attest; 



Chief c:(j^r^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLIMISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, March 8, 1919« 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolriian John J. Sheehan, Jr., of 
Division 6 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Saturday, March 8, lyi^, at 5.45 P. M. 



The application of John F. Mason, 14-8 Berkshire street, 
Cambridge, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #174-6 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The application of Francis L. Trainor for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 72 Champney street was granted for the year end- 
ing April 30, 1919. in place of Louis Kaplan, whose license was 
revoked. 



26: 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were rejected:- 



Jacobs, 

Nierman, 



Harry 
Harry 



62 Weston St. , 
2598-26CO Washington st. 



264 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, I919. 



Contd. 



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

Boardman's Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by P. P. 
Plimpton, Tremont Temple, - to play on Eosworth street in connection 
with a mass meeting to be held in Tremont Temple on Saturday, Marcn 
B, current, from 6.30 to 8.3O p. m. 

Giardini Band, consistint 0; fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany' the funeral procession 
of the late Tony DiLuca on Sunday, March ^, current, from 1,30 to 
3 p. HI. 

Route: Prom ^4 Marginal street to Cottage, Gove, Orleans and 
Sumner streets, North Perry, North street, North square, Prince, 
Thacher and North Margin streets to Causeway street. 

Salvation Army Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
T. A. Burke, 4-8 Myrtle street, - to parade on Sunday, March 9, 
current, from 7 to 8 p. m. 

Route: Prom Pemberton square to Court and Alden streets. 



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. ly^V* 



Collins, 



Cat ton. 
Wise, 



Pred J. 6 Washington st., Everett, 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 

American Railway Express Company, 
Percy \ 6 Cudworth st., Medford, 

Samuel F. f 69 Stratford st., W. R. , 
approved by H. W. Stone, Assistant Cashier, 
The Second National Bank. 



The license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth granted to Loring W. Elanchard, 21^ Churchill's Lane, Milton, 
on September 23, Iyi8, was revoked. 



265 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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

Division 2. 
600 Shroeder, Carl J. in front of 36 Broad st. 

Division 5« 
603 Airasian, Sarkis in front of 492 Harrison av. 



The application of Patrolman Jeremiah T. Sullivan of 
Division 16 for full pay for two days' time lost on account of 
injuries received in the performance of duty was rejected, for the 
reason that he was reimbursed for the injury by Isaac L. Roberts, 
owner of the automobile that caused the injury. 



Attest: 



^:Su^^Zcd5 



Chief Cler 




266 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMilRSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, March 10, l^iy. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



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



Patrolman Charles A. Bowers of Div 
faithful service in the Police Departme 
seven- twelfths years, having requested 
service, and it appearing to the Police 
Patrolman Bowers is physically incapaci 
the Police Department, it is hereby 

Ordered: His Honor the Ma^'or havi 
the said Patrolman Bowers be retired fr 
his name be placed upon the Department 
rate of Seven Hundred (700) Dollars per 
amount of compensation received by him 
is retired; to take effect Monday, Mar 



ision 10 having performed 

nt for twenty-two and 

to be retired from active 

Commissioner that the said 
tated for useful service in 

ng approved the same, that 
cm active service and that 
pension roll with pay at the 

annum, being one-half of the 
in the office from which he 
ch 10, lyiy, at 5.45 P. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Joseph L. Howe of Division 7 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Monday 
March 10, I^IV. at 5.45 P. M. 



The application of Jacob Brodie for an Auc-tioneer ' s 
License at 6 Beacon street was granted for the year ending 
December 31, 191^. 



267 



BOSTON, MOInTDAY, MAKCH 10, 1^1^. 



Gontd. 



G. Clifton ^ifatts, reappointed L/larch 6, current, appeared 
and ciade oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



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



Griffin, 
Nelson, 



V/alter A. 
Henning B. 



14 Trull St. , D. D. , 
l8 Fenelon st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Pland Articles were granted for the i'ear 
ending April 30, lyi^. 



Lambert, 

Rabinovitz, 

Zalon, 



Fred P. 

Israel 

Philip 



83 Sudbury* St., 
3166 V/ashington st., 
95 London st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were rejected:- 



Goldman, 
Taddonio, 



Wolf 
Joseph 



26 Guild row, 
43-4-5 Maverick st. 



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



4489 I DeMatteo, Martino 
B5622r 
2415 Todesca, Joseph 



Division 1. 

in front of 154 Dudley av., 
" " " 105 Walworth st.. 



268 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, l^IARCH 10, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 1 - concluded. 
French, Stephen in front of ^A Dudley av . , 



13331 
1335) 



Division 2. 
B28278 Barnicle & Iilahar in front of 36 Broad st. 



The application of Patrolman John J. Kelleher of Division 
1 for leave of absence from duty for one day, comaencing March 11, 
current, to attend to private business at Lawrence, was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Charles H. Jackson of Divisiorji 
10 for permission to receive a reward of Five (5) Dollars for the 
arrest of Jonn Aimeda, a runaway from the Lyman School, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas Sullivan of Division 9 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Three and 73/100 (3.73) Dollars, 
being the cost of a new helmet to replace one destroyed while 
arresting James J. Callahan for drunkenness, was granted. 



269 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1919. 



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:- 



Pyf e , 


Robert J 


Fyfe, 


Robert J 


Shlanger, 


Max 


Spartales, 


John D. 



171 Federal st., 
132 Stunmer et. 
170 Federal st. , 
10 Faneuil Hall 



sq. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



270 



OFFICE OF TliE POLICE COMTJISSIOKER. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, March 11, 19iy. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, iyi<;<. 



477 MacDonald, 
1749 O'Brien, 



Joseph L. 
Thomas 



71 Eatavia st., 
131 Blake St., H. P. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
copies of their Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted :- 



258 
2213 



Sullivan, 
Tevnan, 



Humphrey P, 
John E. 



6 Kenway st., Cambridge, 
3c Irina av., Water town. 



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. 



91,560 O'Brien, Thomas in a garage at 
38,327 Sullivan, Humphrey P. " " " " 



121 Blake st. , H. P. , 
2 "A" St. Eotolph St. 



The application of Thomas O'Brien for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #91,^)60 in front of I63O Blue Plill 
avenue and in front of 1279 Hyde Park avenue, was granted. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. 1/iARCH 11, l^ly. 



Contd. 



The application of Humphrey P. Sullivan for a transfer of 
his license #6^,754- to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 12 Gardner street to a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolph street 
was granted. 



271 



The application of Ive's Band, consisting of six musicians 
"by William Saxe, 80 Sucmier street, for a Collective Musicians' 
License to parade with the Boston American Newsboys on Tuesday, 
March 11, current, at 7-15 P- Hi*, ''as granted. 

Route: From 8o Summer street to V/ashington, Boylston and 
Tremont streets to Treraont Temple. 



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



Breen, 
McDonnell, 



David J, 
John M. 



327 Dudley st. , 
610 Columbia rd. 



The application of Joseph Tarplin for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 282 Broadway was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, l'^19. 



3150; 

4157 

4353! 
4910; 



Division 6. 
Condon, Timothy W. in front of 262 W. Second St., 



272 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, 1/IARGH 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 
Dexter, Howard in a garage at rear 365 Dorchester av. , 
Telless, CJiarles B 



BI9812; 
B1981' 

1640 



i. ( " front of 350 W. Broadway, 
1 " " " 431 " Second st. 



Division 7. 



^^11 Canner, Benjamin S. in front of I36 Bennington st., 

612 DeChristoforo, Joseph " " " 16 Frankfort st., 

3044 DiDonato, John " " " II5 Cottage st., 

BI9968 Park, George J. lyiaverick st. cor. Maverick sq. , 
B3203J 

B3II3I Magee Express Go. in front of 4-6 Henry st. 
B3114) 



5056J 

5069? Murray, Eten 
5076) 



Division I3. 

in front of 11 J? Arborv/ay, 



Division 15. 
681 Welch, George H. in iront of 4 Walker ct. 



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

Patrolman John L. O'Donnell of Division 5. 'three days, commenc- 
ing March 11, current, on account of the death of his mother. 

Patrolman Bernard J. O'Donnell of Division I6, three da^s, 
commencing March 11, current, on account of the death of his mother. 



Patrolman Francis J. Galiano of Division 1, who was granted 
an indefinite leave of absence December 8, I917, to enter the United 
States Navy, having been placed on inactive duty in the service of 
the United States Navy, returned to duty at b'.^5 ?• M. , March 11, 
1919. 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, k/VRCh 11, 191V. 



Concluded. 



27v3 



The application of Captain I/atthew J. Dailey of Division 1 
for permission to receive contributions, ty cash or check, from in- 
dividuals or firms who have expressed a desire to make such donations 
to the Charles S. Deininger Fund, was granted, witn the suggestion 
that Captain Dailey keep an accurate account of all money so re- 
ceived for his own protection, should questions arise in the future. 



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 Comuussioners 
approved : - 



Bar sky, 

Cacciola, 

Chincelli, 

Commercial Prui 

De Stefano, 

Kelly, 

Monstas & Cotsi 

Palmero, 

Matarasso, 

Puzzant*hera, 

Sacco, 

Segal Bros. 

Solow, 

Suiger, 

Udelson, 

Vaglica, 

Wingersky, 



Jacob 

Natale 

Leonardi 

t Co. 
Giuseppe 
John J. & 

s 
A. & 
S. 

Salvatore 
Bernardo 



} 



George 

Maier 

Isaac 

Filippo 

Lazarus 



Pitts St. nr. Green st., 
74-76 Salem st. , 
52 North St., 
56 Commercial st. , 
19 Clark St. , 
Co. 91 North St. , 
262 North St., 
23-g- Charter st. , 

178 Endicott st. , 

23 Moon St., & 31 Fleet st. 
64-60 Richmona st., 
212 North st. , 
132 Hanover st. , 
236 Hanover st. , 

32 Charter st., 

51 Union st. 



The application of Arthur Mikels for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 112 Canal street was returned to 
the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that a 
stand at this location is objected to by the principal ground floor 
tenant. 



Attest: 




Chief Clerk 



274 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COM/ISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, March 12, I919. 



Police Coiamissioner 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 naraed persons for 
Amusement Licenses were forv/arded to His Honor the Mayor approved ;- 

Boston Gaelic School Society by Timothy Donovan, Vice President, 
- to have musical and literary entertaimoents and dancing parties in 
Dudley Hall located at 2369 Washington street until August 1, I9I9. 

South Boston Lithuanian Benevolent Society by Peter J. Akune- 
vich, - to have exhibitions of wrestling in Dahlgren Hall located at 
327 E street on Wednesday evening, j'vlarch 12, current. 

Waldorf Amusement Company by H. S. Kelsey, Treasurer, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the V/aldorf Theatre located at 535 Tremont 
street until August 1, lyiy. 



The application of Herbert J. Stevens for a license 
#89,826 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 24 
Chardon street was grafted for the year ending June 30, I9I9. 



The application of Samuel J. Jackson for a transfer of his 
license #103,515 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 37 Ferdinand street to a garage at 25 Irvington street was 
granted. 



BOSTOIT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, I919. 



Contd. 



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 Lunda Cataldo on Thursday, March I3, current, from 9.3c to 
11.30 a. in., was granted. 

Route: From b3 Lubec street to Cottage, Gove, Chelsea, Frank- 
fort, Lubec, Cottage, Suinner and Orleans streets to North Ferry to 
North, Fleet and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



The application of Charles \V. Araoss, 15 Court square, to 
be appointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
Iklarch 12, 1920. 



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



Brace, 
O'Neil, 



William E. 
James J. 



142 Washington st., D. D. , 
3 Myrtle pi., Roxbury. 



275 



Andrew J. Leonard, appointed Islarch 3. current, appeared anc. 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties in- 
cumbent on him as a special police officer. 



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

Division 4. 
B28835 Moulton, Roy E. in front of 200 Lincoln st. 

Division 6. 
B21749 Bergeron, Dormino J. in rear of 268 Summer " 



276 



BOSTON, WSDHSSDAY, INARCH 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 6, - concluded. 



86] 

95( Buclcley, William F. 
1021 

113; 



in front of 



44 Stillings 



at. 



Division 10. 

4170 Bleiler, Walter J. in front of 

1043 Carrington, Charles H. " " " 

4017\ Chamberlain, Louise E. " " " 

4052) 

5952 Givita, Vincenzo 



15 Day 


N 


666 Shawrnut 


av. , 


828 


II 



231 61 Dunne, William T. 

4093) 
BlplO Heidke, Arthur W. 
347^ Hull, William F. 
417^ 
4189 

4191 r Kaplan, Samuel 
4230 
423^ 

4943 Katz, Casper 
3755 Loonie, Edward F. 

1651 

3678 

4041r Muldoon, J. N. Co. 

4386 

4617 

503>^ 

2843J 

3091 1 McAnirlin & Morgan 

3381 

39991 Paul Bros. 

1685) 

43 781 

4502 1 

4803? Peach, John 

4851 

4852 

4687). Shapiro, Samuel 
46887 



574 



(Huntington av. s.w.cor. Fenwood rd., 
"t Tremont st. s.w.cor. Morton pi., 
in front of 153^ Columbus av., 
" " '• 10 Longwood " 



St. , 



II 
II 

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II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



II 


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8 


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Harnpshi 

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. •' front of 1857 Washington 
Washington st. s.w.cor. W. Lenox st. , 



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574 Shawrnut 
576 



1305 Tremont 



181 Cabot 



av. ,■ 

N 



St. , 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, ilARCH 12, lyi^. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 10 - concluded. 
178A-) Spinale, Joseph in front of yy Ward 



17841^ 
17tiVj 



20b Camden 



' Turner, John H. 



36 Dempster 



1010 Stahl, William H. 
962* 

1279 
1825 
2748 
4094 
4815 
4922 

51 1> 

Division 14. 

683 Kinchla-^uigley in a stalDle on Brentwood 

Division 18. 



687; 

68y( Downey, Thomas P. 
56671 
5668] 

B20654 Rockman, Israel 
B9221 Townsend, Alpheus S. 



in front of 



64 Business 



Contd. 



St. , 



II 


II 


II 


102 Pierce 


n 


II 


II 


II 


37 Webster 


II 



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



Gondelli, 

Magris, 
Wilfand, 



Bernardo 

Peter 
Abraham 



s. cor. Dorchester av., & 
Summer s t . , 
346 Harrison av., 
Eliot St. nr. Washington st. 



277 



i t 



278 



BOSTON. WEDL'ESDAY, MARCH 12, I919. 



Concluded, 



It is hereby ordered that Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh 
J. Lee and Ross A. Perry be and they are hereby appointed pursuant 
to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of iy06 to constitute a 
trial board in such cases as Jnay be referred to it for hearing. 
Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain 
Richard Fitzgerald of Division 3 against Patrolman Thomas J. Francis 
of Division 3 ^s referred for hearing to the trial board consisting 
of Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. Perry, The 
hearing will be held at this office Thursday, March 13, current, at 
2.15 p. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
J. Walkins of Division 19 against Patrolman Edward A. Burroughs of 
Division I9 be referred for hearing to the trial board consisting of 
Captains John S. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. Perry. The 
hearing will be held at this office Thursday, March I3, current, 
at 3 P* ™» 



Attest: 




279 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIiMISSIOMEH. 
29 Pembertou square. 

Boston, Thursday, March 13, I'jil^. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



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

Associated Boys Club of Roxbury by E. Holzman - to have 
a dancing party in Crawford Street Hall located at 105 Crawford 
street on Saturday evening, liarch 15, current. 

Swedish Amateur Club by Mrs. Carl Bergs trom - to have a 
comedy play in the Dudley Street Opera House located at II3 Dudley 
street on Saturday evening, March 15, lyi^. 

Boston Automobile Dealers Association, Incorporated, by 
Chester I. Campbell - to have exliibitions of automobiles and acces- 
sories in Mechanics Hall located at 111 Huntington avenue on March 
15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, current. 



The application of Gerard P. Lawton for an Auctioneer's 
License at 30 King street was granted for the year ending December 
31. 1919. 



The applications of the following named 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted f< 
June 30, 1919. 



persons for 

ir the year ending 



1761 Ford, Patrick F. 
1665 Norris, Frederick A. 
1760 V/hittington, Everett V. 



68 Byron at. , E. B. 

56 Astor St. , 

37 Adams st. , B. D. 



280 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, INARCH I3. 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of William 0. Kane, 146 George street, 
Roxbury, for a copy of iiis Hackney Carriage Driver's License yjf2128 
was granted. 



The application of Thomas Hixon, 22 Washington avenue, 
Chelsea, approved by Frederick F. Abbott for the S. A. Abbott Companjl" 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 3I. 1919' 



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



Division 2. 



B9OI8 Chase, Alvah H. 



South Market st. opp. Center of t^uincy 

Market. 



Division 7. 



in front of 

n li •) 



85 Webster st. , 
71 Maverick st. , 



4542 Caprio, John A. 

2764 Pnillips, Morris 
5070| 

38371 Reardon, Eugene J. w. side Central sq. 
Blb'647) 

692 Umana, Samuel in front of 88 Cottage st. 

Division 10. 

B9404 Ford & Gavin in front of 3I Millraont at. 

Division 19. 

3692 Lanata, Louis J. in front of 1665 Blue Hill av. 



The application of Patrolman Alfred W. Gray of Division 10 
ror leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing IJlarch 14, 
current, to attend his aunt's funeral at V/alpole was granted without 
pay. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH I3, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Jacob Brodsky for a license fur the 
storage and sale of merchandise at Getting street corner of Leverett 
street was returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



281 



The application of Thomas Pappas for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at Oneida street corner of Harrison 
avenue, was returned to the Board of Street Coimriis??ioner3 disapproved 
for the reason that a stand at this location would interfere with 
public travel. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending March 13, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House liiatrons, 

Total, 



$45,179.02 

593.26 

533.12 

181.39 

53.23 

$46,i)40.02 



Attest: 




282 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOHER. 
29 Pen;berton square. 

Boston, Friday, lEardh 14, I919. 



Police Commissioner 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. 



1772 Gonnell, 

1769 Dowd, 

177^ Kean, 

1780 Mann, 



John 

V/illiam j 
John R. 
Lawrence 



61 Rockland st. , 
19 Inwood St., 
10 Pembroke st. , 
28 Princeton st. 



Roxbury, 



The application of John W. O'Connor for a license ,^96,521 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at I86I Dorchester 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 30. 1919' 



The application of Edward G. Woods for a transfer of his 
special stand for Hackney Carriage License //0495B from Beach street, 
in front of the Hotel Dreyfus, to in front of 153 Brighton avenue 
was granted. 



The special stand granted to Edward G. Woods on July 1, 
1918, for Hackney Carriage License j^0495A on Beach street, in front 
of the Hotel Dreyfus, was cancelled. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. J^LARCH 14. 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Harry Clayraan. 468 Tremont street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30. 

1919. 



283 



The application of Joset)>i F. Ryan for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from 2^6 Marginal street to 8c Bremen 
street 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 31. 1919' 



Keith. 
Martin, 
Quirk, 
Snyder, 



Fred A. 146 Smith st.. 

approved "by George E. Taber, Treasurer, Wildey 

Savings Bank, 52 Boylston St., 
Stuart F. 1873 Columbus av., 

approved by R. B. Rutter, Income Tax Collector, 

40 Court St., 
William M. 224 Bolton st. , So. Boston, 

approved by William M, Byrner, Superintendent, 
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 
Bernard C. 97 St. Stephen st. , 

approved by A. D. Follansbee, Division Special 
Agent, Room 5^7 • South Station. 



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



Burnhara. 
Boule, 
Carlton, 
Shriner, 



William P. 
Fred 
Fred J. 
Blanchard 



985 Charles River rd. , Camb., 
1 "A" Lewis pi., Roxbury, 
16 t^ueensberry st. , 
411 Marlboro st. 



284 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, I919. 



Contd. 



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

Division 9« 

loir 

4870 
4382 
4901 
4905 

5057 
5150 
51621- American Ry. Express Co. in front of 

3036 
3043 
3046 

3053 
3060 
306iiJ 
BI5639 Atlas, Abraham 

5743) 

5744 r Connors, Timothy 

5761) 

B28177 Greenberg, Joseph 

B18C502 Harris, John F. 

B2856I Long, Thomas J. 



22 Palmer st, , 



22 Intervale " 
178 Hampden " 



BI8407) Miller, Melbourne P. 

Bl 84081' 

2217 



" " " 286 Blue Hill av., 
Harrison av. cor. Dudley st., 
in garage on Haywood st. nr. 

Warren st. , 

" front of 193 Warren st., 



2367 

4941 

5124 

557-aJ 

B952 



Pulsifer, John T. " 

White, Charles P. " 

Division 14. 



511 "A" Dudley st. , 
84 Regent st. , 



B198b9 Hill, Thomas W. 
6931 



694 

695 
699 

713 
720 

730 

736 

76U 



^McNamara, J. H. Inc. 



in front of 3I Hopedale " 



298 No. Harvard st. 



285 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, i^LARCH 14, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 14 - concluded. 



762 
7^4 

aoi 

b20 
62b 



r Shea, Annabel 



in front of 



8 Arden 



at. , 



Division ly. 



2503 
3447 
3448f Jenkins, Henry 

827 

828 



in 


front 


of 


1 


S43 


Blue Hill 


av. , 


1) 


II 


II 




19 


Rexford 


St.. 


II 


II 


It 




19 


II 


It 


II 


It 


II 




19 


II 


It 


II 


II 


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19 


II 


11 



The application of Patrolman Edward F. Clark of Division 
3 to be reimbursed in the sura of One and 25/100 (1.25) Dollars, 
being the cost of cleansing his police overcoat which was soiled 
with blood while arresting Charles P. JAaguire for breaking and 
entering at the corner of Spring and Chambers streets on March 4, 
1919, 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 :- 

297 Washington st. , 
662-672 Washington st., 
94 Cottage St. 



Beckhard, 


Sara. A. & Co. 


Harrison, 


Solomon H. 


Spinnelli, 


Jennie 



286 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, IvIARCH 14. 1919. 



Concluded, 



A requisition for the payment of the Department Bills for 
the month ending l/Iarch 15, current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Department, 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



$13,659.37 

1,467.80 

20.50 

$15,147.67 



It was 

ORDERED: That the name of Mary A. Magrath, 
employed as a clerk in the Chief Clerk's Office since March 9, 1883, 
"be dropped from the pay-roll to take effect March 14, 1919, for the 
reason that on account of age and illness the said Mary A. Magrath 
is no longer able to perform her duties as a clerk. 



Attest; 




Chief Cler 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COi^iMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, March 15, 1^1":;'. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



287 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Richard 
Fitzgerald of Division 3 against Patrolman Thomas J. Francis of 
Division 3 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE: NEGi:SCT OF DUTY. 

Specification 1. In that on February 27, 1919. while on 
duty the said Patrolman Thomas J. Francis neglected to pull his on 
duty calls for one hour and forty-five minutes, to wit, from 4.35 
A. M. to 6.20 A. M. 

Specification 2. In that on February 27, I9I9, the said 
Patrolman Thomas J. Francis, while in uniform and while on duty, left 
his beat and entered a building, to wit, Ladaer Company 24 of the 
Boston Fire Department on North Grove Street, and remained there for 
one hour and ten minutes, the said Francis not entering or remaining 
therein on police business or on any matter in any way connected wity. 
his official duty. 

It appeared tnat a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. 
Perry, on the thirteenth day of March, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Francis 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 with the recom- 
mendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Thomas J. 
Francis perform one hundred and forty hours of punishment duty. 



2B8 



BOSTOH, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



In the matter of tiie complaint made by Captain James J. 
WalKins of Division 19 against Patrolman Edward A. Burroughs of 
Division 1;^ for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE: NEGLECT OF DUTY and FAILING TO PROPERLY PATROL HIS 
ROUTE. 



Specification: In that on the fourth day of March, 191^. 
Patrolman Edward A. Burroughs left his route and entered a building 
at ITo. 1111 Blue Hill Avenue at about 2.45 A. M. , remaining there 
until about 3*12 A. M. , then coming out and returning to the same 
building at about 3.15 A. M. , and remaining there until 3»50 A. M. , 
the said Patrol«ian Burroughs at that time being in uniform and on 
duty and not entering or remaining in said building for a purpose in 
any way connected with his official duties, neither entering nor 
remaining there on police business. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, con- 
sisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, Hugh J. Lee and Ross A. Perry, | 
on the thirteenth day of March, current, after due notice had been 
served on the said Patrolman Burroughs by giving him a true copy of 
the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty to the 
charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. 
The Coimnissioner approved the finding and with the recommendation of 
the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Edward A. Burroughs perform 
seventy hours of punishment duty. 



The application of Morris Shenker for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Armory Hall located at 12 Maverick square until August 1, l^l^i 
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, l^ly. 



17^3 Coyle, 

I3B5 Levine, 

1789 Murphy, 

17B8 Quigley, 



Erank D. 
Benjamin 
Joseph H. 
Augustus J. 



289 Dorchester st., 

54 "A" Clifford St., 
153 Putnam st. , E. B. 
2y0 Bennington st. 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY. MARCH 15, l^l9' 



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, 1^1;^. 



289 



98,4-00 Coyle, Frank D. 
100,5^1 Peterson, Henry P. 



in a garage at 628 East Fourth st., 
" " " " 1674 Dorchester av. 



The application of Lester F. Morrison for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #40,370 in front of 61 Warren 
street, Roxtury, was granted. 



The application of S. R. Roioano, 220 Hanover street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Italian Citizens 
of the North End on Sunday, March I6, current, from 3 to 4 p. ra. , 
was granted. 

Route: Prom North End Park to Hanover and Washington streets 
and Dock square to Faneuil Hall. 



The application of V/illiam H. Pierce, 40 Court street, to 
be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
March 15, 1^20. 



(dLty*^-^ '"^'««^. AO, |0 304-- 



The application of Ira F. Miller, 245 Warren street, 
approved by L. R. HcLain, 2nd Lieutenant, (Quartermaster 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was granted for the year ending IJay 3I, 1919. 



Roxbury, 
Corps, for^ 



290 



BOSTOK, SATURDAY, MARCH 1^, 191^. 



Contd. 



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

Division 5« 

1318 Anastacia, Samuel in front of 69 Northampton st. 

Division 7- 

3591^ 

3600 

3794 

3800 

4666 

4694 

4704 

498d 



^ Barry, James F. 



in front of 322 Border st. 



" 145 



II II 



4ydiJ 

^^ 
1022 

1901 

4024j> Kianear, William & Son." 

4194 

4305 

5926 

594^ 

Division 14. 

66 
j 2262 

4022k Cahill, George H. in front of 57 Waverly " 
B2iv^4 

B219iiJ 

B23308 Coomts, Albert H. " " " IO6 Murdock " 

84^ 

866 
i 886 
I 901 

903 

I 904 
I 90^, 

5280) Thompson, Robert E. 

5284 r 



McUamara, William A. 



" 139 Cambridge st., 



II II II 



4'^ Henshaw st. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1^19- 



Concluded. 



291 



The application of Patrolman Thomas J. 
for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five 
the arrest of Rodney W. Fay, a deserter from the 
was granted. 



Quinn of Division 14- 
(25) Dollars for 
United States Army, 



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 Coioinissioners 
approved :- 

Mercantile st. , 
North St., 
Blackstone st. , 
Staniford st. , 
Charter st. , 
Avery st. , 
Boylston st. , 
Blackstone st. , 
Coinmercial st. , 
Southampton st. , 
BlacKstone st. 



Benjamin, 


W. W. 




26 


Booras Bros. 






235 


Crockford, 


Alexander 


-r 


35-37 


Finbone, 


Antonio & 


Co. 


133 


Fontana, 


Salvatore 




20 


Jamieson, 


Arthur L. 




28 


Loomis, Freela 


nd Co. 




8 


Karahalis Bros 


• 




114-116 


Puccia, 


Frank 




68 


Texas Company 






258 


Wigmore, 


Walter 




66 



Attest: 



Chief Cle 




292 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE CO]«IMISSIO!IER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, .March I7, 1919, 



Police Commissioner 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. 



1797 Di Muzio, 
1796 Granstrom, 
1534 Lannan, 



Giuseppe 
John A. 
William J, 



42 Battery st. , 
62 Copeland st., .Roxbury, 
9OCJ Dorchester av. 



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



the 



96484 Bannwart, Alexander 

O3OIH Cobb, David F. 

96174- DiMuzio, Giuseppe 

01384-A Terminal Garage Inc. 



in a garage at 



II 


II 


11 


II 


II 


II 


11 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 



338 Newbury st. , 
55 Bickerstaff st. , 

440 Commercial st., 
65 Zeigler st., Rox. 



The application of David F. Cobb for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #0301H on Beach street, in front of the 
Hotel Dreyfus, was granted. 



The application of Joseph F. Ryan for a copy of his Junk 
Shop Keeper's License at 286 !iarginal street was granted. 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, MARCH 1?, -1919. 



Contd. 



The application of the Boston Colored Brass Band, consist- 
ing of twenty musicians, "by Charles H. Reinhart, ^^ Middlesex street 
for a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Knit^hts of 
Pythias on Sunday, Llarch 23, current, at 1 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From 446 Tremont street to Appleton street, Columbus 
avenue, Springfield street, Shawmut avenue, Ruggles, Warwick, Ham- 
mond, Tremont and Camden streets to Columbus avenue to Church, 



293 



The applications of the following named persons, approved 
"by C. V/. Robie, General ifenager, American Railway Express Company, 
for licensesjto carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 2)1, 191'^. 



■pitts, 
Kiley, 
Smi th , 



William R. 
William H. 
Edward A. 



19 Chopin St., Southbridge, 
43 Franklin st. , 
43 •' " 



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



Donahoe , 

Hodge, 

Maertins, 

iialacos. 

Miller, 

Pierce, 



F. J. 
Sheldon 
Gustave R. 
Stratis 
Stanwood 
John K. 



70 Sagamore st., D. D. , 
133 Federal st., 
27 Aldrich st., Roslindale, 
35 Worcester st. , 

7 Gibson rd. , Fewtonville, 
49 Rutland sq. 



The application of Michael Presser for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 465 Main street was granted for the year 
ending April 30, I9I9. 



294 



BOSTON, MONDAY, liARCH 17, l^ly. 



Contd. 



The applications of the follovfing named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1^1^. 



Division 7» 



33S2 Chase, R. D. Express Co. 

534-61 Collins, James J. 

56y2r 

2512 Fitzpa trick, Joseph H. 

570c Marino, Frank 

4273 Palladino, Giovanni 

4095 Repucci, Michel 



in front of 
II II II 



3iy Chelsea st. , 
517 Orleans st. , 

246 Havre st. , 
84 Everett st. 
79 Cottage St. , 
10 Liverpool st. 



473 Zimon, Louis 
B9458 Bond, John R. 



Division 9« 

in front of I972 Washington st. 
Division I8. 

in front of 1817 River st. 



The application of Patrolman John J. McTiernan of Division 
3 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (5^) Dollars for the 
arrest of Alexander Reis, a deserter from the United States Navy, 
was granted. 



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

Patrolman John M. Hogarty of Division 10, three days, commenc- 
ing March I7, current, on account of the death of his son. 

Patrolman Chester J. Shaw of Division 2, three days, commencing 
March I7, current, on account of the deat}i of his father. 



BOSTON, MONDAY. l^LABCH 1?, I919. 



Concluded. 



Patrolman V/illisit Moglia, vrho Y7as granted leave of absence 
for an indefinite period, conunencing July 1, lyib, to enter the 
United States Army, having received an honorable discharge, returned 
to duty at Station 3 at 5«4-5 P« «i« . Monday, March I7, I919. 



295 



Attest; 




Chief CI 



296 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COi/iMISSIOlffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, March lb, 1919. 



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

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



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



1277 Lyons, 
I8O0 Mahoney, 
1807 Wing, 



Janie s 

Bartholomew J. 
Curtis F. 



130 Union Park st. , 
191 Hancock st., D. D. , 
209 Huntington av. 



The application of George Leonard for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #92,965 on Arlington street, opposite 
Commonwealth avenue. Public Garden side, was granted. 



The application of the Trento Trieste Band, consisting of 
eighteen musicians, by Generoso Rossi, 353 Hanover street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late P.affaele DeStasio on Tuesday, March I8, current, from 2 
to 4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From 92 North Margin street to Endicott, Hanover, and 
Richmond streets. North square, Moon, Fleet, North, Battery, Hanover 
Charter, Salem, Prince, Thacher, North Margin and Endicott streets 
to Hanover street. 



297 



BOSTOjm, TUESDAY, MARCH l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Clarke, 

Harris, 
Hines, 



Richard B. 
approved by A. V 
ent ; granted on 
be carried excep 
for the Ame'rican 
Louis 

approved by Peav 
Thojfias K. 
approved by k'art 
Travelers In 



l^b Thorndike st. , Cambridge 
an Valen, District Superintend- 
condition that arms are not to 
t when out investigating alarms 
District Telegraph Company, 

169 Allston St., E. D. , 
ey Eros. Co., 2,6 Summer st., 

91 Horace st. , E. B. , 
in L. Hines, Adjuster, 
surance Company. 



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



Rider, 
Evans, 



Robert 
George W. 



3 Orient av, , E. B. , 
16 First St. 



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



59971 Bins, Samuel 
920 f 



Division 1. 

in front of 19 No. Itorgin 



St. , 



Bonfiglio, Antonio 



" stable at 49 " 



921, 

923r 

940 

950 

955f DiNapoli, P. & Co. " front of 66 Fulton 
959 
971 
B845. 
989 Mazziello, Pellegrino " stable at 35 Endicott 



298 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAIiCH 18, iyi9. 



Contd. 



Vi/agon Licenses Granted - continued. 

Division 2. 

B20980) Ball, Horace W. 
B20981) 

33651 Connolly, William J. 
4l65r 
B19V12 crafts Express 
911 Hetden & McKenzie 
1316) 

42421 Herlihy, Timothy 
4247) 
2176) 
B7224[ Kichols, ViTilliain A. 
B7225 
2218 
2225 
2229 
2251 
2252 
2258 

2259 
2260 
2263 
2271 
2278 
2284 
2322 

292) 

324 ( Smith, R. M. & Son 
2745? 
4832) 
4310J 
4328? Smith & Co. I. II I. 

4797) 

4857 

4924 f Tewkstury's Winthrop Ex. in front 

5822) 

2107 

813 

8l5f Towle, F. P. 
2110 

25^ 

14^] 
2193 Welch, Henry P. 
BII63 Youngblood, Leslie 



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front 


Of 


232 


State 


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II 


II 


15 


Devons>jire 


H 
II 


II 

M 


II 

II 


232 

104 


State 
Arch 


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II 


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91 


Central 


II 


II 


II 


15 


Merchants 



Rowe, A. A. & Son Co. 



31 India wharf. 



" 16 Union 



16 



of 16 " 



<\ 



in front of 

II II II 

II II H 

II II II 

II II II 

II II II 

II II II 

II II II 



28 Batteryinarch 

31-33 " 

31-33 •• 
25 Broad 

64 " 

16 Custom House 

117 Central 

54 Chatham 



St.. 



row, 



St. , 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, MARCH l8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 6. 

24081 

24371 Conners, George J. in a stable at E st. cor. V. Second st 

4239) 

Division 11. 
B20049 Glennon, William H. in front of A^ Van Winkle st. 



299 



The application of Sergeant Edward J. Sullivan of Division 
2 for leave of absence from duty for three da^s, commencing March 
lb, current, on account of the death of his brother was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Dana R. Small of Division 9 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Vernon G. Newbury, a deserter from the United States Army, 
was granted. 



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



LaTerza, 
Racich, 



Attest: 



Frank 
Isabella 



546 Main st. , 
143 Sumner st. 




Chief CI 



300 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COittinSSIOKER. 
2y Pernberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, IJarch ly, 191^. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Archie E. Hamlet of Division 
11 having been presented while charges are pending against him, it 
is hereby accepted, to take effect Wednesday, March 1'^, lyl^. at 
^.A-^ o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Reverend T. J. O'Connor for an Amusemen'l^ 
License to have an entertainment and dancing party in the Municipal 
Building Hall located on Broadway on Thursday evening, April 24, 
current, was ■ forwarded to His Honor the liayor approved. 



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



621 Duffy, 

12 Gannon, 

162A Haley, 

lb29 Rosenberg, 



Stephen H. 
Charles J. 
William J. 
Iklaurice 



62 Seaverns av . , 
411 Saratoga st. , 
41 Etna st. , E, D. 
26 Auburn st. 



BOSTON, VffiDlJESDAY , l/LARCH 19, 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, 1919« 



347 Lyons, George E. 
9936^ Rosenberg, Llaurice 



in a stable at 
" " garage " 



249 Rutherford av.,C.D 
12 Garden st. 



The application of David F. Cobb for a transfer of his 
special stand for ?Iackney Carriage License 7f0301B from Boylston 
street, in front of the Hotel Brewster, to in front of 9 Boylston 
street was granted. 



The application of James R. Wood, 26 Commonwealth terrace, 
Brighton, to be appointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending March I9, I920. 



301 



Sa*>*'>-^^ ^Vvv_a,^ .it, 



p 3aa. 



The application of William E. Moning, 2 Copeland place, 
Roxbury, approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, Boston &. Maine 
Railroad, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Com- 
monwealth was granted for the year ending May 3I, I9I9. 



The application of J. F. Tally for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 14,7 Northampton street 
to 156 llorthampton street was granted. 



302 



BOSTON, WEDKES]3A"i, UARCh 1^, iyi9. 



Contd. 



The a,pplications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, l^l^* 

Division 6. 

2159) 

21701 Wilson Tisdale Co. in front of ^A Dorchester av. 

2202f 
2206;' 

Division 7- 

284 Socks, Hyman in front of 326 Bremen at. 

Division I8. 

B2872O DiSanto, Benjamin in front of 39 E. Glenwood av. 



The application of Patrolman George L. Shattuck of 
Division 9 for leave of absence from duty for two days, commencing 
March 22, current, to visit his inother at Shelburne Palls, Massa- 
chusetts, was granted without pay. 



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 March 3I, current, to be charged to the Police 
Charitable Fund Income. 



303 



BOSTOK, \VEDL1£SDAY, ilARCH 1^, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending March 31, current, was approved as follows :- 



Corcraissioner ' s Office, 
Superintendent's Office, 
Pensions, 

Total, 



$ 1,166.66 

416.66 

13.555.28 

$15,138.60 



The following order was approved :- 

The liayor and City Council having ordered that the 
annuity which was approved August 3. 191^. sirid paid from the City 
Treasury to Mary E. Carr, widow of Patrick J. Carr, formerly a 
member of the Police Department attached to Division 12, who died 
August 1, 1916, from injuries received in the discharge of his duty, 
as long as the said Mary E. Carr remains a widow, "be increased from 
Three Hundred (3OO) Dollars per annum to Nine Hundred (9OO) Dollars 
per annum, to be paid from the appropriation for Police Department 
pensions, the Commissioner therefore 

Ordered: That the name of Mary E. Carr, widow cf the aforesaid 
Patrick J. Carr, be placed on the Department pension roll with an 
allowance of Nine Hundred (9OO) Dollars in stead of Three Hundred 

300) Dollars per annum as heretofore; to be paid monthly in sums 

75 1 commencing March l3, 1919. 



Attest: 



Chief Cle*9^ 



304 



^.y,^ ->n»Ay. ai , p. 30^. 



0FPIC3 OF THE POLICE COMMISRIOKER. 
2^ Pernterton square. 

Boston, Thursday, March 2C, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Israel Katz for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from 347 Broadway to 353-355 Albany 
street was granted. 



On the application of the Boston Consolidated Gas Company 
"by Dana D. Barnum, Vice President, Owen McLaughlin was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises owned and 
controlled by said company located in the city of Boston for the 
year ending March 31, lyiy. 



William H. Peirce, reappointed March 15, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



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

Patrolman Thomas J. Donohue of Division 5» three da^s, commenc- 
ing March 20, current, 00 account of the death of his brother at 
Wollaston. 

Patrolman John L. O'Lonnell 



of Division 5. "two 
March 23, current, to attend to private business. 

Patrolman John F. Smith of Division 5. three 
March 23, current, to attend to private business. 

Patrolman John E. Nowland of Division 9, ten 
March 21, current, to visit his mother who is ill 
Vermont. 



days, commencing 
days, commencing 



da^s, commencing 
at Fairfield, 



305 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1^19. 



Concluded. 



The application of Captain John J. Rooney of Division 12 
for permission for the officers of his division to take up a collec- 
tion for the family of the late Patrolman Charles E. Deininger, was 
granted. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls lor tne 
weeic ending Marcn 20, current, was approved as foxiows;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerics, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$45,092.72 

593.26 

506.19 

164.96 

53.2 3 

$46,412.36 



Attest: 




Chief Cler 



306 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOlffiR. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, March 21, lyl9. 



Police Commissioner 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 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved: - 

The Epworth League of the Upham Memorial Church by Henry 
Brauneis, Secretary, - to have a minstrel show in the Francis 
Parkman School Hall located on Patten street on Thursday evening, 
March 2'] ^ current. 

Ruth McShane School by Mrs. McShane - to have a dancing recital 
in the Municipal Building Hall located on Broadway on Friday evening, 
June 6, current. 



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



1831 Brady, 
1852 O'Hearn, 
1850 Sousa, 



John A. 
William J. 
Manuel J. 



52 Magazine st. , 
343 Chelsea st., E. B., 
181 London st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
/ear ending June 30, 1919» 



53054 Foley, William A. 
L028OI O'Brien, Michael J. 



in a garage at 3^^ Main st., 
" " " " 25 Irvington st. 



307 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, I919. Contd. 



The application of Joseph A. Langone Jr., for a transfer of 

his liceiise //;140,4yi to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 

garage at 4C4 Commercial street to a garage at 21 Hawkins street was 
granted. 



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

The following promotions are hereby ordered, t4 take effect, 
Saturday, March 22, 1919, at 8^30 A. IL : 

TO THE RANK OP INSEBCTOR: 

Sergeant Patrick J. O'Neill] 

■ John E. liitchell 

" Michael J. Burke ) of the Bureau of Crimined Inreeti- 



" JameE R, Claflin 
Thcraas 2t Tbwle 



gat ion* 



TO THE RANK OJ LTHgTTHJNANT ; 
Serg-eant John J, Aheam, Office of Inapoctor of Claima, 



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

Fanfara Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Santo De- 
Gregorio, 43 Border street, - to parade with the Societa Mutuo Soc- 
corso Cittadini di Pietraperzla on Sunday, l.Iarch 23, current, from 4 
to 6 p. m. 

Route: From the North Ferry to Battery and Horth streets, North 
square, New Prince, Hanover and Battery streets. 

Sturtevant Band, consisting of thirty-five musicians, by K. P. Sears, 
1137 Hyde Park avenue - to accompany the Array and Navy reception committee 
of Hyde Paric on Lionday, Liarch 24, current, at 7.45 p. m. 

Route; From Central avenue and River street to Central avenue, Everett 
square and River street to V/averly Hall. 

Joseph Bligh, 44 Bromfield street, - two musicians to parade with the 
Legion of Allied Veterans to raise funds for association for the purpose 
of providing employment for service men, on Saturday, March 22, and March 
2V, current, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

Route: Corner of Washington and Summer streets and Treraont and 
Beacon streets. 



308 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



indicated !<■ 



Captain 



N 
H 



The following transfers axe hereby ordered to take effect &fi 

To take effect Monday, March 24, 1919, a* 7*^5 A* M. , 
Her'bert V. Goodwin 



Sagh J. Lee 
Daniel G. Morphy 



from DiTision 9 "to *1^« Superin- 
tendent * a 
Office, - 
« '• 6 " Division 9, 

■ the Superin- 
tendent 's 
Office • 9 5^ 



To taice effect Saturday, March 22, I919, at 7,4? A, M, , 

Inepector Mioziaei xi* Cronin 
" Jaioes D, Oonboy 

" Oliver J, Vise 



from the Bureau of Criminal In- 
vestigation to Divieioa 5f 
" the Bureau of Criminal In- 



vestigation to Division 9, 
" the Bureau of Criminal In- 



vestigation to Division 10. 



To take effect Saturday, March 22, 1919, a* 5«4'5 ^. M«, 



Llmitenant Vllliam 7. Mannizig 
" Henry J, Walklns 

* William J, Hennessy 

•• Vesley W, Chandlar 

" Bdward H« l&illen 

" Per ley 0, Kneeland 



John I* M. ¥olf e 
Anthony Pitzpatriok 
John J. lorons 
Hany T. Grace 



^PBarbTtvlman^Jaromlah J, Mabjoney, Jr., 



from Division 6 to Division 12 

■ • 10 ■ » 19 

• 11 " * 

• • 12 • * 

* » -^Q • • 10 



.Patrick 2£oGuckidii 



9 
9 



19 



f 
9 






the Oiperin- 
tendent^s 
Office - 
Division 17 






■ • 17, 

• the Superin- 
tendent's 
Office, - 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. LIARCH 21, iyi9. 



Contd. 



The application of Michael J. Hanley, 03 Y/est Brookline 
street, approved by C. W. Robie, General IvTanager, American Railway 
Express Company, for a license to carry a pi£=;tol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending llay 31i iyi9. 



The application of Winfred H. Halford, 1315 Commonwealth 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth wnicn was rejected on January 2y, l^iy, was reconsidered and 
granted for the year ending liiay 3I. 19ly« 



309 



a license 
rejected. 



The application of Francis G. 
to carry a pistol or revolver 



May, 17^4 Columbia road, 
in this Commonwealth was 



for 



On the application of Arthur L. Griffin, Agent, Fred E. 
Pond was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Grand Opera House located at 1172-1194 V/ashing- 
ton street for the year ending March 31. I^IV- 



i^,jHfK^^'M.^.ii,\. 



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



Officers. 



McLaughlin, 
Pond, 



Owen 
Fred E. 



Appointed. 

March 20, lyiV. 
March 21, l^iy. 



310 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, lyiy. 



Contd. 



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

Division 2. 

1004) Buchanan, C. H. Transp't'n Co. in front of 30 V/endell st. 



1004) 
IOO9T 



Division 4, 
1034 Welchlin, Charles F. n. e. cor. Broadway & Washington st. 

Division 9« 

380 

441 
4b5 
491 
520[> Barrett, William in front of 2? Hunneman st. 

527 
53 b' 
580 

599 
61^ 

4579 

458c 

4588 

4593 

4601 V Duncan, Charles & Son " " " 23 Hunneman st. 

4603 

4610 

4612 

4621 

4584U 

Division 10. 
B9568 Mills & Unas in front of 753 Shawmut av., 

Division 14. 
El 960 6 Segal, Abraham in front of 58 Market st. 

Division ij?. 



0472A) Murphy, John J. 
0472BJ 



in front of 306 Main st. 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



311 



The application of Patrolman Richard J. Austin of Division 
1 for leave of absence froia duty for three days, commencing March 
21, current, on account of the death of his mother at Maiden, 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 ;- 



Armory Garage 

Ayres, 

Bognanno, 

Oaruso Bros. 

Fadala, 

Hewson Dental 

Leary, 

Mahoney, 

Marksman, 

Steinberg, 

Thresher Bros. 

Trocone, 

Weiner, 



Inc. 

Isaac H. 
Rocco 

Diego 
Co. 

Daniel S. 
Jeremiah J, 
Samuel 
Max 

Sab i no 
Harry 



37 Ferdinand st. , 
14 Congress st. , 
10 Charter st. , 
32 Ko. iiarket st. , 
9b Cottage st. , 
427 Washington st. , 
700 E. Broadway, 
697 Morton St. , 
41 Winter st. , 
64 Poplar st. , 
44-46 Temple pi. , 
170 Hanover st. , 
2b Washington st. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



312 



OFFICE OF TliE POLICE COMMISSIOInIER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, iiarch 22, IVIV* 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The application of Louis H. Mudgett for an Amusement 
License to have an illustrated lecture by Captain Eddie Rickenbacker 
in Symphony Hall located at 3II Massachusetts avenue on Tuesday 
evening, liarch 25, current, was forv^arded to His Honor the LCayor 
approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Adrian J. lorio et al for a charter as 
The Artists-Designers League of xiew England, Incorporated, for 
gathering and perpetuating an honorable Brotnerhood of Artist, 
Designers, Illustrators and Art Educators who shall promote and 
improve the artistic and practical efficiency of their profession; 
no fixed location. 



The application of George F. Fee, 25 Pleasant street, 
Charles town, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #884 was 
granted for the year ending June 3C, 1919. 



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. 



104472 Carletti, Robert 
&9615 Lyons, George E. 



in a garage at 12 Garden st. , 
" " " " 306 IJ:ain St. 



BOSTOIC, SATURDA"5^, l^iARCH 22, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of Santo J. Trischitta for a transfer of 
his license ff73t^'^3 "to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 141 Sumner street, East Boston, to a garage at 293 
Northampton street was granted. 



The application of ?ranK Benson for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #19,635 ^^ Huntington avenue, between 
Trinity place and St. James avenue, in front of the grass plot, 
was granted. 



The application of the Fanfara Band, consisting of twenty- 
four musicians, by Santo DiGregorio, 43 Border street, for a 
Collective lusicians* License to parade with the Mutual Benefit 
and Aid Society of the citizens of Pietraperzia on Sunday, March 
23, current, from 2 to 4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From the North Ferry to Sumner street, Llaverick square, 
Chelsea street. Day square and Prescott street to Wood Island Paric. 



Tne application of Duggan & Rivers for a Y/agon License 
#1019 to locate in front of ^b Broad street was granted for the 
year ending June 3c, I9I9. 



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 :- 



Dean, 

Farnum, 

Frumsohn, 



Jesse M. 
John H. & Son 
Joseph P. 



54 Clinton st. , 
65-67 Clinton St. , 
95 Leverett st. , 



313 



314 



BOSTON, SATUKDA^, MARCH 22, l^iy. 



Concluded. 



Appns. for storage and sale of merchandise approved - concluded. 



Grisante, Salvatore 
Kennedy Co. Inc. 
Lapp , Max 

Sacco, Gregario 
Slciarsky, Louis 



6 Charter st., 
30-36 Sunirner st., 

36 "A" Spring St., 
232 North St., 
46 Spring st. 



Attest; 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OP TliE POLICE COMMISSIOl^HJR. 
29 Pemoerton square. 

Boston, Monday, March 24, IVI9. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman V/alter H. Spratt of Division 
*? having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Monday, March 24, lyiy, at 5.45 p. M. 



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

Broadway Theatre Company by Maurice Barkin - to have theatrical 
exhibitions in the Broadway Theatre to be erected at 380-386 Broad- 
way until August 1, lyiV. 

Helen M. Lally - to have a dancing party in the Municipal 
Building located on Broadway on the evening of April 25, 1919. 

Lithuanian Cooperative Society by Simon Sanalen - to have a 
wrestling match in Lithuanian Cooperative Hall located at 26 Lincoln 
street on Wednesday evening, Llarch 26, 1919. 

Alexander VV. McKee - to have a dancing party in the Allston 
Dansant located at 138 Brighton avenue on Friday evening, May 2, 
1919. 

Kelson Blower & Furnace Company by George J. Scott - to have 
a dancing party in the I.'unicipal Building located on Broadway on 
Monday evening, April 28, I9I9. 

Catherine llolan, Gertrude i;. Rotch and Catherine Devery - to 
have a dancing party in the Allston Dansant located at I38 Brighton 
avenue on Monday evening, April 28, 19I9. 



315 



316 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 24, l^iy. 



Contd. 



The application of Irving I. Eastman for an Amusement 
License to have a costume ball in The Gliateau located at 3^3 Hunt- ' 
ington avenue on V/ednesday evening, Uarch 26, current, was forwarded 
to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



The application of Arthur P. Sullivan, 15 Langdon street, 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, IVI9. 



The application of John J. Moore, 81 Wieatland street, 
Soraerville, approved by Charles R. Tuckett, Captain, Custom House, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending Ma^^ 2)1, 1919. 



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



Drew, 

LeClair, 

Mansfield, 

McDonald, 

Sargent, 

Scopa, 



Wilbert L. 
Joseph A. 
Charles H. 
John A. 
Pearl L. 
Raphael 



27 Langley rd. , 
501 Sixth St., 
20 Moraine st. , Waverley, 
14 Brewster st. , 
79 Montgomery st., 
71 Winter st., Cambridge. 



The application of Captain Jeremiah F. Gallivan 
aion 10 for permission for the officers of nis division t 
to the fund being raised for the family of the 
E. Deininger of Division 1, was granted. 



of Divi- 
o contribute 
late Patrolman Charles 



BOSTON, MOIJDAY, MARCH 24, l^iy. 



Concluded, 



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

Patrolman Thomas S. Connorton of Division l^, three days, 
commencing March 23, current, on account of the death of his sister. 

Patrolman James W. Kripp of Division l6, three days, coaimencing 
March 24, current, on account of the death of his brother. 

Lieutenant John F. Ahearn of Headquarters, four days, coiamenc- 
ing i\ilarch 24, current, to go to Hew York to attend to private busi- 
ness. 



317 



William L'. O'Brien, Lineman, Police Signal 
was granted an indefinite leave of absence August 6, 
the United States Ijavy, having been placed on 
returned to duty at 8 a. m. , March 24, 191':;^. 



Service, who 
lyib, to enter 
inactive service. 



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



Boston Oil & Gasoline Co. 
Hotel Woodcock Co. 
Hunter, J. B. Co, 
Place, Francis A. 



48 Stuart st. , 
1045 Washington st. , 
6C Summer st. , 
420 Boylston st. 



Attest: 




Chief Clerk 



318 



OFFICE 0? THE POLICE COLIMISSIOKER. 
29 Pe.Ti"berton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, March 2^, 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

I The resignation of Patroljnan Anthony B. Schlenkert of 

'Division 15 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Tuesday, :iavoh 25, I919, at b'.4-5 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of William H. Arrington for an Auctioneer's 
License at 53^ Washington street was rejected. 



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

182 Braddock pk. , 
8 Fellows ct. , 
98 Eutaw St., E. B., 

328 Harvard st., D. D., 
68 Percival st., D. D. , 
17 Cleaves st., Roxbury. 



1866 


Coobins, 


Peyton L. 


18^1 


Conlin, 


John W, 


1018 


Hayes, 


John P. 


1871 


Munro, 


Ernest D. 


1869 


Stevens, 


Earle D. 


1853 


Wright, 


Charles 



BOSTOIT, TUESDAY, IMRCH 2^, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



100744 Cobbins, Peyton L. 

7084 V/right, Charles 
104499 Whittington, Everett 



in 



garage 
II 



at 
II 



V, 



293 l^orthampton st., 
3 Weld av., 
19 i?ordham rd. , B. D. 



The application of George R. Eascom for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License ^CllCD on Boylston street, in front 
of the Boylston Cafe, nights, was granted. 



The application of Barnet Sorofman, lb4 Woodrow avenue, 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1919. 



The application of tne Avellino Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by Vincent iJutile, 63 Charter street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade on Tuesday, tiiarch 2^, cur- 
rent, from 7 to 9 p. m. , from North square to North, Battery, 
Hanover, Charter, Salem, Prince, Thacher, Endicott, Hanover and 
Prince streets to iJorth square, for the purpose of announcing the 
hearing of Vincent Brogna's bill at the State House to remove the 
gas tank from the Horth End, was rejected. 



319 



The application of Joseph E. V/illiams for a license 
#828762 to set up and use a Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 
7 Edgewood street was granted for the year ending March 1, 1920. 



320 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1^1 ■:^, 



Contd. 



for h 
oppos 

to 5. 

passe 

stand 

other 

that 

unles 



The application of Joseph E. Williams for a location 
is Sight-Seeing Automobile License #82^762 on Trinity place, 
ite Trinity Church, south side at grass plot, from 6,30 a. m. 
30 p. m. , was granted. 

This designation is granted on the express condition that 
ngers received at this stand shall not be transferred at other 
s held by the above named or others, or at other places to 

sight-seeing automobiles, except in cases of emergency; and 
passengers received at this stand shall be returned thereto 
s they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



The two 7/agon Licenses #4835 and 4836 granted to Frank J. 
McGuigan on October 3, 1^18, on Union Park street, southeast corner 
of Washington street were cancelled by reason of the licensee having 
sold his wagons. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1^19" 

Division 5« 

4835) Waxier, Louis Union Park st. s.e. cor. Washington at. 
4836; 

in place of Frank J. McGuigan. 



Division 14. 



5885 
5886 
58yo 
58VI 
'58^2 
58^6 



Malone, Bernard 



in front of I63 Corey st. 



321 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MARCB. 25, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Sergeant Jarr^eg W. Brooks of Division 3 
for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing March 
25. current, on account of the death of his daughter was granted 
without pay. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



S22 



OFFICE OF THE P0LIC3 COMMISSIONER. 
2'i^ Pemterton square. 



Boston, Vifednesday, ILaTch 26, 1^19. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Sells-Floto Circus by C. W. Finney, 
Representative, for an Ajnusement License to have exhibitions of 
circus, menagerie and side shows on the vacant lot on Huntington 
avenue and Bryant street on May 26, 27, 2b, 2^, 30 and 31, current, 
was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The JunK Shop Keeper's Lice.ise granted to ioax Hurwitz on 
April 30, 1918, at I08 West Cedar street was cancelled by reason of 
the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the business of junk 
shop keeperlat that location. 



The application of Joseph Applebaum for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at IO8 West Cedar street was granted for the year 
ending April 30, I919, in place of Max Hurwitz. 



James R. Wood, appointed March 19, current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



323 



BOSTON, WSDIIESDAY, MARCH 26, 1<^19. 



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 31 . 1919. 



Griffin, 



Morse, 



John H. 3^^ Winchester st., 

approved hy George p. Carter, Captain, United 
States Army, 108 ilassachusetts av., 
Horace G. 46 Stratford st., W. R. 



On the application of H. I. V/asserjnan, Manager, James A. 
O'Connell was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Eagle Theatre located at 2225-2231 Wash- 
ington street for the year ending March 3I, 1919. 

The above named O'Connell appeared and made oath to faithfully 
and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on him as a special 
police officer. 



The apj^lication of Harry L. Garrity, II8 Chandler street, 
for a license #06722 to drive a Sigl^it-Seeing Automobile was granted 
until March 1, 1920. 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Incorporat- 
ed by W. J. Smith, President, for a license #^8790 to set up and use 
a Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 2 St. Botolph street was 
granted until March 1, 1^20. 



ed by W. J 
Automobile 
Brunswick, 
This 
sengers re 
stands hel 
sight-seei 
passengers 
ithey expre 



The applicati 

Smith, Pres 

License yf98, 

from 8.30 a. 

designation i 

ceived at thi 

d by the abov 

ng automobile 

received at 
ss a desire t 



on of The Royal Blue Line Company, Incorporat- 
ident, for a location for his Sight-Seeing 
790 on Boylston street, in front of the Hotel 

m. to 6.30 p. m. , was granted. 
s granted on the express condition that pas- 
s stand shall not be transferred at other 
e named or others or at other places to other 
E, except in cases of emergency; aiid that 
this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
alight elsewhere. 



324 



BOSTOII, WEDICBSDAY, IJIARGH 25, I^IV. 



'oncluded. 



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



5928) 
592^ 
1868 
4844 
4673 
472 

499 



Division 1. 
Silvsr, Morris in front of 



Wheel ock, Adna T. 



M 
11 
II 
II 



II 
II 
II 
II 
•I 



II 
II 
II 
II 
M 



63 Mercantile st. 

17 Blackstone st., 
17 " " 
i?7 Ijo. Market " 
78 " 



II 
II 



The application of PatroL-nan Eugene F. O'Neill of Division 
9 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing March 
26, current, on account of the death of his mother-in-law 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 :- 



BurKe, 
Cohen, 



Nicliolas L. 
Leo B. 



186 No. Harvard 
251 Hanover st. 



st. 



Attest: 




Chief Gl 



OFFI GI3 



OF TI-LE POLICE COi'MI SSI ONER. 
29 PeralDerton square. 

Boston, Thursday, lilarch 27, 191^. 



325 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Margaret Mcllulty ^or an Amusement 
License to have a benefit dance in Dwight Hall located at '^lA 
Treiaont street on Thursday evening, April 17, current, was forwarded 
to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Michael J. Ryan, Groton road, Ayer, for 
a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1873 ^^^ granted for the year 
ending June 30, 1919^ 



The application of Roach Brothers for three licenses 
#58.l87i 58,188 and 86,708 to set up and use Hackney Carriages in a 
garage at 123 Centre street was granted for the year ending June 30, 
1919. 



The application of Stephen L. Bouchard for a transfer of 
nis license #126,294 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 65 Zeigler street, Roxbury, to a garage at 72 Linden 
Park street was granted. 



326 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
twenty-five r.iusicians, "by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade through the principal 
streets of the Italian section of East Boston and the North End on 
Saturday, March 25, current, from 4 to 8.3O p. m. , was rejected. 



for 



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 • 



Hart, 
Michigan, 



Anthony W. 2 Columbus sq. , 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Ivlanager, 

American Railway Express Company, 
Charles M. 326 Boston av . , Medford, 
approved by A. D. Follansbee, Division Special 
Agent, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 



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



Allen, 
Carey, 
Nigrelli, 



Eli H. 
Anna C . 
Gioachino 



41 Beverly sq. , 
40 Marlborough 
224 Hanover st. 



St., Chelsea, 



The application of Marston's Express for two Wagon 
Licenses #1373 and 3974 to locate in front of 15 Devonshire street 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919» 



The application of Patrolman Clement C. Van Laningham of 
Division I6 for leave of absence froia duty for three days, commencing 
March 27, current, on account of the death of his mother was 
granted without pay. 



327 



BOSTOIJ, THURSDAY, ilARCH 27, I919. 



Concluded. 



I 



The application of Patrolman Norman F. Garland of Division 
5 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (5o) Dollars for the 
arrest of Raymond P. Ware, a deserter fro:u the United States Navy, 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman James P. Carr of Division 15 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (|?0) Dollars for the 
arrest of Edward J. Fitzgerald, a deserter from the United States 
Navy, 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 :- 



Cerullo, 
Fiumara, 
Nigro, 
Rinaldi, 



Saba to 
Salvatore 
Eupremio 
iilisco 



102 Cottage st,, 
3 Chelsea st., 
70 Chelsea st., 
77 "A" Bunker Hill st. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending March 27, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Latrons, 



War Service, 

Total, 



$44,V5B.6o 
607.52 
508.19 

181.39 
53.23 

^46.308.93 
663.6b 

^46,972.61 



Attest, 




Chief CleiAjy. 



328 



Ojj'i'lOi!; OiJ' TriE POLICH COIffllSSIOKER. 
29 Pernberton square. 

Boston, Friday, March 28, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



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

Tne following promotions and assignments to duty are 
hereby ordered to take effect as indicated: 

TO THE GRAIiE OP SERGEANT, to take effect Saturday, March 29, 
1919, at 8.30 A. M. 



Delbert R. Augusta 

Edward G. Kennedy 

Francis P. Haggerty 
John A. Doraey 
Stephen J. Flaherty 
Frederick M. Finn 
V/iiliam F. Crawford 
Timothy F. Donovan 
John P. McCarthy 
Thomas F, liulrey 
Benjamin Alexander 



1919, at 7.45 A. M., 

Joseph W. Comerford 



of the Superintendent's Office, to re- 
main at same, 
" Division 16 to the Superintendent's 
Office. 



" the Bureau of Criminal Investiga- 
tion, to remain at same, 



To take effect Saturday, March 29, 
of Division 14 to Division I6. 



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

The following transfer is hereby ordered, to take effect 
Saturday, March 29, 1919, at 8.30 A. M. : 

Sergeant Henry N. Dickinson, from Division I6 to the Superin- 
tendent's Office. 



329 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, IkTARCH 28, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Bay View Service Club by Michael J. Moriarty, president, - to 
have a dancing party in the Municipal Building located on Broadway 
on Wednesday evening, April 23, 191'^. 

Helen M. Roche - to have a rausicaie in ^he liiunicipal Building 
located on Broadway on Tuesday evening, April 22, 1919. 

St. Vincent :foung Lien's Club by John J. Donohue 
have 



to 



Mo 



•J b • V * ii^^^i u ^ uixjijr, ivi.&ii o ojtijiu ujf o Willi (ja x^uiiwjiuc, Cha i rman , ^ i>u 
.ve a dancing party in the Municipal Building located on Broadway on 
nday evening, April 21, 1919. I 



The applications 01 tne lollowing named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
,June 30, 1919. 



1874 Gray, 
1878 Lydiard, 



John B. 
Edward M. 



517 Harrison av. 
192 Highland st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 3c, 1919. 



107608 Gray, John B. 
108559 Kelley, John J. 
108643 Sheridan, John P. 



in a garage at 

n H II II 



21 Hawkins st. , 
293 Northampton at., 
634 Huntington av. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
transfers of tneir licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages 
were granted: - 



48335 Glover, James A. from a garage at 

to " 

53973 Siciliano, Pasquale from " 

I to " 

'100361 Wittenauer, Albert from " 

to " 



293 Liorthampton st., 
240 Huntington av . II. P., 
440 Commercial st., 

21 Hawkins st. , 
234 Lamartine st., 

52 Danforth st. 



330 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, .MARCH 28. 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Jonn E. Buteau, 14 Fox Point road, 
Dorchester, approved by F. E. Underwood for the Underwood Machinery- 
Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was granted for tjxe year ending May 3I, I9I9. 



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



Fainzin, 
Woodward, 



Semoure M. 
Charles S. 



56 Woolson st. , 

3'^ Vine St., Roxbury. 



The application of Daniel F. Murphy for a transfer of his 
Wagon License #454 from in front of 27 West Third street to Pembroke 
jatreet, southeast corner of Warren avenue, was granted. 



Th-„ application of Sergeant William P. Gaffney of Division 
3 for permission to leave the city twice a week, commencing March 29, 
current, to visit his children who are at Winthrop while his wife is 
In the Boston City Hospital was granted. 



Attest: 




Chief Cler 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLMISSIOEER. 
29 Peinberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, Ilarch 29, 1919. 



Police Commissi oner Curtis being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, Michael H. Crowley, was at the office of the 
Comjaissioner , and as acting commissioner transacted the following 
business: 

The records of Friday last were read arjd approved. 



331 



The application of the South Boston Young V/omen's Hebrew 
Association by Jeanneatte Bender for an Amusement License to have a 
dancing party in Norfolk Hall located at 32^ Washington street, 
Dorchester, on Monday evening. May 5f current, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Thomas R. P. Gibb et al for a charter as 
the American British Federation to provide for a closer union and | 
co-operation of all societies of British affiliation and individuals,! 
that all may act together for beneficent public objects, particularly 
those that effect the mutual understanding and friendship of the two 
great branches of the English speaking race; no fixed location. 



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



2065 Kelly, 
1892 Witschi, 
1885 Zanditon, 



Martin P. 
Ernest E. 
Saul C. 



49 Crescent av. , 

Taylor House Hotel, Ayer, 
104 Elm Hill av. 



; 



332 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 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. 



247 Greene, George H. 
104593 Zanditon, Saul C. 



in a stable at 
" " garage at 



72 Water st. , C. D. , 
416 Warren st., Rox. 



^^*>*v-v^ Of.v'. 1, (a-. 3'|< 



The application of James A. Reid, 3^ Leaiaington road, 
to be appointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
March 29, I920. 



The application of Rudolph J. Thanisch, 227 Park street, 
West Roxbury, approved by John a. Carty, Division Engineer, Bridge 
and Ferry Division, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in 
this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 3I. 1919. 



The application of Angelina Labriola for a Wagon License 
#1035 "to locate in front of 574- Shawmut avenue was granted for the 
year ending June 30, I919. 



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

Patrolman Alvy P. Williamson of Division 11, two days, commenc- 
ing March 30, current, on account of Sickness in his family. 

Patrolman Frank A. Barthelraess of Division 15, three days, 
commencing March 28, current, on account of the death of his mother. 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY. l^iARCH 29. I919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Joseph L. Ferrari of Division 
1 for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars, for 
the arrest of Frank J. Brophy and others for larceny from the Ameri- 
can Railway Express Company on February 27, 1919, was granted. 



rt*^ 



The application of Patrolman John A. Sullivan of Division 
4 for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars for 
the arrest of John Powers alias Jar:ies Kurphy for larceny and his 
return to the prison Camp at West Rutland, Massachusetts, was 
granted. 



Attest: 



Chief Clei^I^ 



334 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, March 3I, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis "being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, kichael H. Crowley, was at the office of the 
Commissioner and as acting commissioner transacted the following 
business: 

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



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

Former Reserveman John F. Carey, Jr., who resigned May 24, | 
19181 to enter the naval service of the United States, having filed 
the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in the Department as | 
a Patrolman and assigned to Division 16, to take effect Monday, March 
31, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Francis J. Coleman for an Amusement 
License to have an entertainment and reception in the Municipal 
Building located on Broadway on Thursday evening, May 8, current, 
was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Solomon H. Levine, 28 Poplar street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #l895 ^as granted for the 
year ending June ^Q , 1^19. 



' The application of Robert A. Norman for a license #100,831 

to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 10 St. Botolph 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919« 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Patrick M. Costello for a transfer of 
his Junk Shop Keeper's License from 53 Locust street to 27 Von 
Hillern street was granted. 



The application of the Letter Carrier's and other bands, 



P. H. Jennings, 987 Washing- 
License to accompany the 
on Sunday, April 6, current, 



consisting of one hundred musicians, by 
ton street, for a Collective Musicians' 
parade "Labor's Protest on Prohibition" 
at 1.30 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: Division 1 - Prom Columbus avenue at Roxbury Crossing 
to Tremont street, Columbus avenue, Park square and Charles street 
to the Common; Division 2 - From Appleton street to Tremont street 
to Boston Common; Division 3 ~ From Albany street to Dover, Cobb, 
Castle and Compton streets to Harrison avenue, Dover and Washington 
streets. Temple place, Tremont and Boylston streets to the Common; 
Division 4 - From Battery street to Hanover street, Scollay square, 
Tremont and Park streets to the Common; Division 5 - From City 
square to Warren Bridge, Washington, School and Beacon streets to 
the Common. 



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



Chandler, 

Dooley, 

Hannan, 



McBlroy, 
Sweeney, 



Herbert T. ] 35^ Dorchester st., 
Patrick J.j 174 Bunker Hill st., 
James E. ) 12 Park pi., Stoneham, 
approved by George P. Carter, Captain, United 
States Army, 10b Massachusetts av., 
John M. 12 Haviland st., 

approved 'oj^ Donald Matheson, 4l6 Marlboro st. 
Hichard F. 31 Union st., G. D. , 

approved by John A. Keliher, Sheriff, Court 

House, Boston. 



335 



336 



BOSTON, MOIIDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Cawthorne, 
Foley, 



Joseph W. Jr. 
William A. 



707 Tremont st. , 
15 Denton rd. , B. 



D. 



The application of David Silverroan for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at ll5 Broadway was rejected. 



The application of Arthur L. Cobb, President of the Cobb 
Beef Company, to be appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in 
and about the premises #42 North street was rejected. 



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



3931) Soule' 



Division 9« 
s Express in front of 9-11 Prescott st. 



BIO730; 

Division 10. 
10i)4 Brown, Sidney V. in front of 



41 Walnut st. 



It is hereby ordered tnat Captains Joseph Harriman, 
Richard Fitzgerald and Charles T. Reardon, be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 29I of the Acts of I906 
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 hereafter 
appointed. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 31 , 1919 • 



Contd. 



337 



It ia hereby ordered that the complaints of Captain James 
F. Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolmen Robert S. Greene, John J. 
Murray, Martin F. Mullen and Sari B. Jordan of Division 7 be referred 
for hearing to the trial board consisting of Captains Joseph Harri- 
man, Richard Fitzgerald and Cnarles T. Reardon. Tne hearing will 
be held at this office Tuesday, April 1, current, at 2.15 p. m. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 2,1, I920. 



Officers, 



Employers. 



Ai-iern, 

Berry, 

Berry, 

Bisbee, 

Burns, 

Burns , 

Casey, 

Clasby, 

Coleman, 

Comiery, 

Crawford, 

Crowe, 

Cullen, 

Curley, 

Deacey, 

Denton, 

Dolan, 

Doyle, 

Eaton, 

Fay, 

Flynn, 

Fowle, 

Fox, 

Gaffney, 

Galvin, 

Golding, 

Gordon, 

Gould, 

Haley, 

Handley, 

Holbrook, 



William 
Amos H. 
David A. 
Ellsworth 0. 
James 

Jeremiah A. 
John J. 
Thomas H. 
William J. 
John 
Henry J. 
Thomas F. 
John 

Daniel J. Jr, 
Michael J. 
Fred A. 
Michael A. 
Michael J . 
Harry \V. 
Harvey G. 
Dennis J. 
George W. 
Michael J. 
Carleton P. 
Thomas J . 
James 
Robert 
Royal A. 
Harry S. 
Herbert L. 
Henry V/. 



Boston. Elevated Railway 
Company, by C. D. Emmons, 
General Manager, 



338 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



Employers. 



Humphrey, 

Jordan, 

Kenney, 

Lang ley, 

Leary, 

Little, 

McAllister, 

McCool, 

Mclver, 

McKane , 

McLean, 

Moran, 

Morgan, 

Moroney, 

Mullin, 

Mulloy, 

Muriaty, 

Murphy, 

Murphy, 

I'Jeal , 

Neville, 

Nott, 

Peoples, 

Polley, 

Pur 3 low, 

Robinson, 

Root, 

Rosebrook, 

Russell, 

Ryan, 

Sennott, 

Smith, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Swan, 

Towle, 

Waelde, 

;i/elch, 

White, 

Wiitley, 

Young, 

Bailey, 

Beeden, 

Bowler, 

Bradford, 

Brine, 



Edward A. 
jEunes D. 
John J. 
iTrank B. 
John J. 
Philip L. 
Praixkc 

William P. 
Kenneth D. 
Alfred 
John 
John P. 
John H. 
David C. 
James A. 
Edward P. 
Eugene 
James E. 
John P. 
Jame s B . 
Joseph P. 
Benjamin :i? 
James 
Charles L. 
Thomas J . 
Prank T. 
Arthur E. 
Charles D. 
Nelson 
John P. 
Prancis L. 
Thomas 
Cornelius 
John J. 
Patrick P. 
Charles A. 
George B. 
Charles M. 
Patrick J. 
Willard E. 
Josepii 
Howard Rj__ 
Harry C. 
Henry 
James C. 
Henry j. 
Robert P. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Company, 
by G. D. Emmons, General 

Manager , 



7 



Boston & Maine Railroad, 
J. D. Tyter, General 

Superintendent, 



339 



BOSTON, M01\T3AY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - coiatd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Buckley, 

Burastead, 

Bumstead, 

Camiiff , 

Canty, 

Casey, 

Chickering, 

Churchill, 

Coffin, 

Coghlan, 

Colbert, 

Coughlin, 

Crane, 

Crehan, 

Cruise, 

Cunningham, 

Dav i s , 

Doherty, 

Drake , 

ilgan, 

Evans , 

Farrell, 

Perrick, 

Fitzgerald, 

Flaherty, 

Foley, 

Fur don, 

Gardner, 

Goldthwaite, 

Greenou^ih, 

Griffin, 

Haff , 

Hagerty, 

Hall, 

Harrixigton, 

Harris, 

Healy, 

Henderson, 

Holbrook, 

Horgan, 

Hunter, 

Hurd, 



Daniel 
Patrick 
Thomas 
John 
John D. 
William H. 
William H. 
Edsyl 
George S. 
Francis J. 
Isaac J. 
John J. 
Jeremiah J. 
Michael M. 
Thomas E. 
Jonn 
Henry 
jliichael 
James E. 
Edward 
Fred B. 
John T. 
Thomas J . 
Thomas M. 
Peter J. 
Jeremiah 
Patrick W. 
Ebson V/. 
Charles E. 
George F. 
John 

George L. 
Micnael j. 
Walter S. 
Cornelius 
Robert G. 
Patrick F. 
George W. 
Ozro H. 
John 
Harry 
George W. 



Boston Sc Maine Railroad, 
J. D. Tyter, General 

Superintendent 



340 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JMRGH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. litoployers. 



Johnson, 

Krook, 

Lewis, 

Luficin, 

Manoney, 

Manning, 

McCarthy, 

iionahan, 

Moning, 

Mooney, 

Mullen, 

Murphy, 

0' Connell, 

O'Leary, 

Piggott, 

Reardon, 

Reardon, 

Regan, 

Richardson, 

Ring, 

Rogers, 

Ry/ners, 

Scruton, 

Sheridan, 

Slack, 

Smith, 

Smithers, 

Sorloy, 

Spearin, 

Stewart, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Taylor, 

Tucker, 

Whelan, 

Whelton, 

White, 

Wiitehead, 

Whiting, 

Winsteon, 

Young, 

Bibbey, 

Brady, 

Burns, 



E. 
J. 

P. 



T. 

J. 
A. 

S. 



Robert S. 
Walter L. 
Frederick A. 
George B. v 
Arthur D. 
Thomas 
Daniel E. 
Fred V. 
William 
Patrick 
Arthur 
Liichael 
John 
Daniel 
John 
Michael 
Timothy 
Timothy 
Herbert 
Obadiah 
Wilson E. 
Francis E. 
Walter M. 
Bernard J. 
i^Idwin W. 
Richard E. ■ 
Louis F. 
Richard 
Walter 
William T. 
Eugene E. 
John J. 
Harry H. 
Charles W. 
Edward 
David H. 
Ernest W. 
William 
Henry B. 
Paul 

Everett V. ^ 
William T. 
James H. 
William 
approved by 



Boston <Sc Maine Railroad, 
J. D. Tyter, General 

Superintendent, 



/" 



East Boston Yard, 
Ronan Park 
Franklin Park, 
His Honor the Mayor and James B. 
Shea, Chairman Board of Park Sc Recreation 

Commissioners , 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I , 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



341 



Cain, 

Callahan, 

Carroll, 

Casey, 

Coakley, 

Condry, 

Connelly, 

Conway , 

Corrigan, 

Coulter, 

Crowley, 

Cuddiny, 

Curley, 

Curt in, 

Denton, 

Dineen, 

Doherty, 

Donovan, 

Downey , 

Duniap, 

Downey, 

Panning, 

Fitzgerald, 

Foley, 

Gibbons, 

Glennon, 

Goode, 

Gorman, 

Gorman, 

Griffin, 

Crimlisk, 

Havey, 

Hay den, 

Healey, 

Hennessey, 

Higgins, 

Holmes, 

Howe, 

Kav eney, 

Kelley, 

Kelley, 

Kilroy, 



Patrick 
Patrick J. 

Thomas 
Thomas H. 
John 
Michael 
John J. 
Hugh J. 
Francis 
Mose 

Cornelius M. 
George T. 
Thoi/ias 
Thomas 
Joseph E. 
Maurice J. 
Patricx J. 
John J. 
Jeremiah J. 
Fred J. 
Maurice 
William 
James 
Patrick 
James B. 
Patrick 
Joseph F. 
M. 

Patrick 
Terrence K. 
John 

Joseph R. 
R. J. 

William J. 
James 
John' 
Thomas 
Joseph 
Edward 
James H. 
John P. 

Lawrence F. 



y 



approved by His 
Shea, Chairman, 



William Sustis Playground, 
Administration Building, 

Audubon road, 
Marcella Street Playground, 
Roslindale Municipal Building, 
Franklin Park Roundhouse, 

n H II 

Columbus Avenue Playground, 

Warren Bridge Float & Baths, 

Pierce Field, 

Franklin Park, 

Mystic Playground, 

L Street Bath, 

V/ard 9 Gymnasiuia, Harrison av. 

Franklin Park Zoo, & Bird Housfe 

No. Bennett St. Bath, 

Savin Hill, 

Ashraont Playground, 

L Street Bath, 

Franklin Field, 

L Street Bath, 

Gibson Street Playground, 

North Brignton Playground, 

Meridian Street Baths, 

D Street Gymnasium, 

Ward 15 Gymnasium, 

Fellows Street Playground, 

Dover Street Bath}iouse, 

Billings Field, 

Aquarium, South Boston, 

Strandway Playground, 

Rutherford Av. Playground, 

V/ard 9 Gymnasium, Harrison av. 

Franklin Park, 

Ward 5 Gymnasium, 

Savin Hill Beach 

Neponset Playground, 

E. Boston Gymnasium, Paris st. 

Franklin Park Golf Links, 

Charlesbank, 

Parkman House, 

Charlestown Heights & Play- 
ground, 

Administration Building, 

Audubon rd. 
Honor the Mayor, and James S. 
Board of Park & Recreation 

Commissioners. 



342 



BOSTOIT, MONDAY, MARCH 3I , I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 




Lawton, 


John W. 




Long, 


John A. 




MacDonald, 


Colin 




Malia, 


Patrick 




Martin, 


John 




Liealy, 


James F. 




Murphy , 


Jaraes J. 




Murphy , 


John 




McCabe, 


Peter 




Mn'HUeany, 


John 




McTllroy, 


Joseph 




McKernan, 


John F. 




McLaughlin, 


John 




McNamara, 


Patrick P. 




McNulty, 


Michael 




McQuillan, 


John F. 


^ 


No nan. 


Jeremiah 




O'Brien, 


Charles 




O'Brien, 


Michael 




O'Gonnell, 


John P. 




O'Donnell, 


Eugene 




O'Keefe, 


Edward 




O'Meara, 


Michael 




O'Neil. 


Michael 




Reardon, 


John 




Sales, 


William 




Saunders, 


Jaraes J. 




Sheehan, 


Patrick 




Sullivan, 


Dennis 




Walter, 


Henry 




Weidner, 


Julius 






approved by His 




Chairman, Board 


Alcorn, 


William J. 


Alexander, 


Richard H. 


Baxter, 


William P. Jr. 


Bergli, 


Nicholas 


Bolan,. 


Henry A. 


Bonner, 


Edward L. 


Brennan, 


James N. 


Brophy, 


John E. 





Employers. 



P.. 



North End Park Beach, 

Curtis Hall Gyrnnasiiim, J 

Columbia Rd. , Gymnasium, 

Forest Hills Playground, 

Aquarium, South Boston, 

Ward i? Gymnasium, 

Meeting House Hill, 

Belmont & Maverick squares, 

Franklin Park, 

Randolph St. Playground, 

Zoological Garden, 

Wood Island Park, 

Zoological Garden, 

Franklin Park, 

Foreman, Jainaica Plain, 

Vine St. Gymnasium & Freeport 

Street Beach, 
Dorchester Park, 
Dewey Beach Bath, 
Chestnut Hill, 
Foreman small parks & squares 

of City, 
North End Park, 
Wood Island Park, 
Ward 4 Municipal Building, 
Charlesbank, 

Franklin Park Bird House, 
Small parks Sc squaresof City, 
Wood Island Park, 
Franklin Park, 
Ward 17 Gymnasium & Teiaean Beach 

Marine Park & Castle Island, 
Honor the I.layor & James B. SheaJ 
of Park & Recreation Gomraissioni 

ers, I 



approved by His Honor the Mayor 
& T. P. Sullivan, Commissioner 
Public Works Department, 



BOSTON. MOITDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Browne, 


Joseph E. 


Brown, 


Jarne s . 


Brown, 


Wal ter 


Burrill, 


Robert E. 


Callahan, 


Cornelius J 


Callahan, 


John J. 


Carey, 


John J. 


Carmody, 


Michael J. 


Carven, 


John L. 


Cavanaugh, 


Simon J. 


Clark, 


John J. 


Clark, 


Michael J. 


Clark, 


William 


Gloney, 


Thomas F. 


cogger. 


Thomas W. 


Collins, 


John F. 


Conley, 


Patrick H. 


Connell, 


Joseph L. 


Connor, 


Daniel F. 


Cosgrove, 


John F. 


Costello, 


John D. 


Cougnlin, 


James D. 


Goughlin, 


William A. 


Cronin, 


David J. 


Crozier, 


James H. 


Cuinraings, 


Patrick W. 


Dillon, 


John A. 


Dillon, 


John F. 


DiPesa, 


Frank 


Doherty, 


William J. 


Dolan, 


John J. 


Dolan, 


V/illiam H. 


Donohoe, 


John B. 


Donovan, 


William C. 


Dowd, 


Francis J. 


Downing, 


Joseph J. 


Downey, 


Joseph R. 


Doyle, 


Michael F. 


DriBcoll, 


Timothy J. 


Duggan, 


John 


Dunn, 


Frederick I 


Pahey, 


John J. 


Farrell, 


James J. 


Felch, 


Lawrence M. 



Y 



Jr. 



343 



approved Toy His Honor the Mayo^ 
& T. F. Sullivan, Commissioner, 
Public Works Department, 



344 



BOSTOII, MONDAY, MARCH 31, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Finneran, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzpa trick, 

Flanagan, 

Foley, 

Foley, 

Galvin, 

Gargan, 

Geoghegan, 

Gerrity, 

Graham, 

Green, 

Green, 

Griffin, 

Griffin, 

Gunn, 

Guthrie, 

Heffron, 

Herman, 

Hickey, 

Higgins, 

Hill, 

Hoff, 

Holland, 

Hurley, 

Hurley, 

Kane, 

Keefe, 

Keenan, 

Kelley, 

Kerrigan, 

Kerrigan, 

Keyes, 

Killion, 

Kinnaly, 

Leonard, 

Logan, 

Lynch, 

Lyons, 

Maguire, 

Mahoney, 

Mahoney, 

Meaney, 



John H. 
Daniel H. 
Edward L. 
John E. 
Benjamin J. 
Thomas J . 
John J. 
Michael J. 
James J. 
Thomas F. 
Patrick 
Peter F. 
John J. 

Benjamin J. A. 
Ja^ne s F . 
Dennis J. 
William J. 
James P. 
Jame s A . 
Frederick L. 
Liar tin A. 
Frank F. 
John F. 
Robert H. 
Jonas 
Daniel J. 
Daniel G. 
John F. 
John T. 
Arthur E. 
James H. 
John P. 
Augustine G. 
Thomas F. 
Joseph P. 
Patrick 
John F. 

Christopher T. 
Patrick 
John A. 
Timothy H. 
James F. 
Dennis G. 
Dennis T. 
James J. 



Y 



approved by His Honor the Mayor 
<Sc T. F. Sullivan, Cojnmissioner, 
Public Works Department, 



345 



BOSTON, MONDAY, liARCH 3I, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Off 


icers. 


Mondello, 


J^unziato F. 


Mossioan, 


henry G. 


Moynihan, 


Jeremiah J. 


Mullen, 


Jaiae s F . 


Murphy, 


Timothy J. 


Murray, 


James E. 


McCarthy, 


Jeremiah P. 


McCarthy, 


Thomas C. 


McDonald, 


Thomas P. 


McDonnell, 


George J. 


McEldowney, 


Ernest 


McKeon, 


John F. 


McLaughlin, 


Daniel J. 


McLaughlin, 


Patrick J. 


McMullen, 


William G. 


McNaiaara , 


James J. 


McNulty, 


Patrick J. 


Nagle, 


Frank J. 


Nagle, 


John E. 


Nolan, 


James H. 


Nolan, 


John H. 


Norton, 


Frank L. 


Norton, 


Joseph J. 


Koyes, 


Walter H. 


O'Connor, 


Dennis J. 


O'Brien, 


Daniel j. 


O'Brien, 


John H. 


O'Brien, 


Michael J. 


O'Donnell, 


George H. 


O'Hara, 


James P. 


O'Hare. 


Michael C. 


O'Leary, 


Thomas 


O'Leary, 


Williain J. 


Owens, 


Cornelius 


Paget, 


Charles E. 


Phalan, 


George E. 


Pollard, 


Thomas B. 


Pumphret, 


Michael J. 


Q,uinn, 


James A. 


Q,uinn, 


William V. 


Reagan, 


William J. 


Regan, 


James 


Rick, 


John 


Ripley, 


Joseph P. 


Riley. 


John H. 


Roe, 


John A. 



Employers. 



V 



approved by His Honor the Mayor 
& T. F. Sullivan, Commissioner, 
Public Works Department, 



346 



BOSTON, MONDAY, INARCH 31, 1919. 



Jontd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers, Employers. 



Scanlon, 

Shanley, 

Shea, 

Silva, 

Spellman, 

Stinson, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Sweeney, 

Terry, 

Thorapson, 

Turell, 

Turnbull, 

Watson, 

Webb, 

Welch, 

v/elch, 

White, 

Wilson, 

Wood, 

Young, 

Atwell, 

Bosworth, 

Brock, 

Brooks, 

Brown, 

Burdick, 

Bruce, 

Burge , 

Cannell, 

Clark, 

Clarke, 

Crane, 

deSrasch, 

Dermody, 

Donham, 

Driver, 

Eraerson, 

Fisher, 

Goodwin, 

Greer, 

Hall, 

Hart, 

Higgins, 

Holmes, 

Howe, 



Cornelius J. 
Philip H. 
Timothy J. 
Antonio 
Bartholomew 
William H. 
Bartholomew 
Florence A. 
Jame s J . 
Patrick T. 
James J. 
Dennis L. 
Charles J. 
William C. 
Augustine P. 
Thomas J. 
William 
Prank E. 
Richard 
Harry H. 
Frank H. 
Ri chard 
William E. _^ 
Charles A. 
Amasa W. 
Harry C. 
George H. 
kanson S. 
William C. 
Kenneth R. 
Howard ViT. 
Leon G. 
Rogers D. 
Prank E. 
James E. 
Alessandro S. 
Richard 
Wallace B. 
Harold B. 
David E. 
Rollin B. 
Locke D. 
Joseph J. 
Lee V. 
Francis R. 
Wilbur W. 
Ferdinand M. 
James G. 



approved by His Honor the Mayo* 
Sc T. F. Sullivan, Commissioner, 
Public Works Department, 



r 



Old Colony Trust Company, 

H. W. Burge, Ass't Secretary, 
17 Court St., 52 Temple pi., & 
222 Boylston st. , 



347 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 31, l^l^- 



Contd, 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Hyland, 

Keane , 

Kittredge, 

Lawson, 

Long, 

Low, 

Mack in, 

Martin, 

McDonough, 

Moore, 

Mosher, 

i^ewell, 

Paine, 

Peterson, 

Shaw, 

Sherman, 

Smith, 

Snow, 

Sproule, 

StocKton, 

Swan, 

True, 

Wetherbee, 

Y/hitcom'b, 

Bryson, 

Caverly, 

Cunniff , 

Daley, 

Pales, 

McManus, 

Rand, 

Mus grave, 

Mus grave, 

Zimmerman, 

Clark, 

Flaherty, 

Kane, 

Lyons, 

0' Toole, 

Sullivan, 

Dav i B , 

KnaulDer , 

Walsh, 



Sumner F. 
William J. 
Edward H. 
Warren G. 
John G. 
Moses M. 
Thoinas F. 
Earl R. 
John T. 
William S. 
David id. 
Charles F. 
Atkins 
G. Waldo 
Samuel P. 
William B. 
Edward P. 
Edmund 3. 
Louis R. 
Philip 
Eddy F. 
Edward P. 
Charles B. 
Warren H. 
Charles ii. 
William C. 
John 
Michael 
Edward A. 
Michael 
Charles T. 
William S. 
William 3. 
Ernest _ 
Edwin A. 
John J. 
Martin 
John J. 
Martin 
Florencj. 
Albert T. 
Ludwig 
Thojflas 
approved by 
Boston 



Old Colony Trust Company, 

H. W. Burge, Ass't Secretary, I 

17 Court St., 52 Temple pi . , & ! 

222 Boylston stl 



T' 



Jr. 



Jr. 



Allston Station, Allston 

District, 



Appliance Dept. , Gerard st., 
Calf Pasture Station, D. D. , 



Central Station, Roxbury Dist., 



Dana D. Barnum, Vice President, 
Consolidated Gas Company, 



348 



BOSTOiJ, MUNMY, MARCH 3I , I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Burns, 

Eaton, 

Fay. 

Lebherz, 

Lyons, 

McLaughlin, 

MulKerin, 

Murphy, 

Ochs, 

Russell, 

Brooks, 

Barker, 

Holmes, 

Hyde, 

Buckland, 

Collins, 

McDevitt, 

McLaughlin, 

Murphy , 

Osh, 

Dow, 



Adams , 



Adams , 

Fitts, 

Heartz, 

Leavitt, 

O'Connor, 

Walsh, 

Walsh, 

Akins, 



Allen, 
Daley, 
Dineen, 
Merrick, 



J. 



Andrew 
Seth E. 
Richard J. 
JacolD J 
William P. 
Stephen F. 
Michael 
John 
Joseph 
John S. 
Thomas 
Ernest 
George L. 

John A. 

Charles E^ 
John J. 
Patrick 
Owen 
John 
John 
Thomas 
approved by 
Boston Go 
John H. 



Coiflmercial Point Station, 
Dorchester District, 



Jamaica Plain Station, J. P., 
Legal Department, 24 West st.. 



North End Station, Boston, 



John H. 
Hugh 

Robert H. 
Frank S. 
William 
Frank E. 
V/illiam H 
Williarn^liT 



John T. 
Daniel W. 
Dominic 
Arthur C. 



South Boston District, 
Dana D. Barnum, Vice President, 
nsolidated Gas Company, 

The First African Methodist 
Episcopal Society, Montrose W. 
Thornton, Chairman, Charles & 
Mt. Vernon sts. , 
Gilchrist Company, 

C. C. Ferris, President, 



413-431 Washington 
Winter st., Music 
and Hamilton pi., 



St. , 1-11 
Hall pi.. 



Beacon Trust Company,. 

A. S. Nelson, Ass ' t Treas., 
20 Milk St., & 3 So. Liarket st. 
United Fruit Company, 

J. E. Riley, Supt. Bureau 
of liivestigation. Long Wharf, 
Central Wharf, Brick Building 
Long Wharf & Long V/harf ext. , 



349 



BOSTON. MONDAY, I£ARCH 31, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



Employers. 



Anderson, 

Bulcer, 

Codman, 

Goodspeed, 

Goodopeed, 

MacDonald, 

Park, 

Anderson, 



Anderson, 
Barnard, 

Andrew, 
Curil, 
Hutcnings, 
Antetoinaso, 



Ashworth, 

CuDmings, 

Gough, 

Green, 

Hastings, 

Hickey, 

King, 

lAooney, 

Mo ran, 

Moulton, 

Murphy, 

Pi tie on, 

Sweeney, 

Thoinae, 

Walsh, 

Atwell, 

Gilman, 

Ayer, 

Eader, 



Baker, 

Fall, 

Sewall, 



Charles A. 
V/inthrop L . 
Russell S. 
Franklin H^ 
George L. 
Henry P. 
Frank B._ 
George W. 



Gerhard J 
Henry G. 



■} 



William H. 
William A. 
Dwight C. 
Peter 



John F. "^" 
Richard F. 
Peter j. 
Edward H. 
Albert J. 
John J. 
Patrick 
John R. 
Edward E. 
Robert J. 
Melville E. 
Edward J. 
Dennis 
Leo L. 
Richard H^ 
William E. 
Arthur L 



Aspinwall & Codman, Agents, 
Lawrence Building, 149 Tremont st. 
State Mutual Building, 5C Congress 
St., Berkeley Building, 420 
Eoylston st., & the Central 
Building, 70 State st., 

Fenway Amusement Company, 

' Lena D. Finkelstein, iigr., ' 

136 liassachusetts av.. 
Bay State Fishing Company, by 
J. T. Roberts, 

10 New St. , E. Boston, 
Central Square Theatre Company, 
W. B. Sproule, President, 
36 Bennington st., 
Italian Catholic Cemetery Ass'n 

Frank Leveroni, Secretary, 
Walk Hill, Canterbury & Bourne 

sts. , 
Winthrop Alexander, Supt., 
Suffolk County Court House, 
Pemberton square. 



H 



Nathan F. 



Joseph 



Silas E. 
Robert H. 
Fred'k F. 



Peoples Credit Company, 
Nathan Salling,er, Prop., 

501 V/ashington st., 
Amory Eliot, 

19 Congress st. , 
Franz Kanz, President, 
Harugari Club 

1095 Tremont st., 
Union Safe Deposit Vaults, 

Schuyler S. Eartlett, Egr . , 
40-50 State st. , 



350 



BOSTOIT, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Balch, 

Brown, 

Bumpus, 

Carr , 

Weeks, 

Wheeler, 

Baker, 

Dashner, 

Ford, 

Hill, 

Holyoke, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Lane, 

McDerrnott, 

McCann, 

Neal , 

Neal, 

Snow, 

Barker, 

Eoden, 

Bugbee, 

Durgan, 

Ellis, 

Green, 

Gwinnell, 

Hoyt. 

Hunter, 

Lane, 

Libby, 

iiaxwell, 

McAuliffe, 

McLaughlin, 

McLaughlin, 

Moen, 

Moylan, 

0»Erien, 

Pierce, 

Plante, 

Sullivan, 

Tobin, 

Wood, 

Barry, 

Peterson, 



Allen E. 
Harry W. 
Horatio A. 
George T. 
Phil C. 
H. Warren 
JUdmund J. 
Emery J. 
Charles H. 
Claude C. 
Arthur H. 
Frank E. 
Fred P. 
J. Royal 
Bertelle L 
Thomas J. 
Robert 
Ernest B. 
Harold B. 

James 

Frank E. 
Frank W. 
Frank A. 
Joseph L. 
Edward ii. 
George W. 
Walter V/. 
Prank C. 
Alfred 
Arthur B. 
Charles H. 
Charles W. 
William J. 
James F. 
John H. 
Michael F. 
Frank H. 
George 
Albion K. 
Thomas G. 
Martin H. 
Herbert B. 
Charles Hj_ 
Benjamin L 
John C. 



Employers, 



The Christian Science Publishing 

Society, John R. Wales, Mgr., 
107 Falmouth St., & 46 Norway st, 



Kinney Manufacturing Company, 

Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, 
3b'29-3541 Washington st., 



Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 

C. C. Bullen, Cashier, 
53, b4 & 131 state St., & 20 

Kilby St. , 



■\ 



Maverick Mills, 

Thomas E. Heatley, Supt., 
144 Addison st., E. E., 



351 



BOSTOIJ, -uiOimAY, kAECH 3I, l^iy. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Batchelder, 

Cuneo, 

Davis, 

Denehy, 

Jones., 

Lyons, 

Itci-'annanna, 

Middleton, 

Morse, 

Russell , 

Steward, 

Battis, 



Beck, 

Coffey, 

Davison, 

Bell. 

Grieshaoer, 

Sargent, 

Beltis, 

Caswell, 

Lane, 

Liggett, 

Otis, 

Polk, 

Sullivan, 

Beninati, 



Benzie, 
Chapman, 

Berce, 

English, 

Wixon, 

Bertrand, 



Bird, 



Francis F. 

Andrew 
Arthur R. 
Daniel J. 
Edgar W. Sr 
Andrew 
Anthony D. 
Benjamin F. 
Clifford E. 
Arthur B. 

George K. 

Walter V7. 



John 

Charles C 
George A. ' 
Ervin H. 
liichael 
Frank G. 



Walter H. 
Adelbert L. 
Thomas J. 
George A. 
Charles H. 
Thomas W. 

Daniel 

Joseph W. 



Eastern Cold Storage Company, 
Arthur R. 'Davis, Receiver, 
28 north St. , 



y 



F. 



Musicians' Mutual Relief Ass'n, 
I. H. Odell, President, 
56 St. Botolph St., 
The Holtzer-Cabot Electric Co., 
W. G. Kemp, Treasurer, 

125 Amory st., RoxToury, 
Berwick Cake Company, 
George Gouper, Treas., 
2220 Washington st. & 12-22 

Palm.er st. , 
New England Confectionery Co., | 
Edwin F. Fobes, President, 
1-37 kelcher st., & rear, 



George 1 
Shepherd R. ; 



Charles J. 
Martin E. 
Anthony K. 

Alfred W. 



George H. 



Cox Confectionery Company, 

K. E. FisJier, Manager, 

142-150 Orleans st. & 77-65 Gove 

St., 

R. M. Bradley, 
74-88 & 101-109 & 100-110 State 
St. , & 7-9 Broad st. , 
Star Amusement Gom.pany, 

C. F. Rollins, Treasurer, 
Star Theatre, 

5-7 Tremont row, 
A. W. Perry, Lessee, 
43 Tremont st., 10 Tremont st., 
& 36 Bromfield st. , 
Franklin Union, 
Walter B. Russell, Director, 
Berkeley st. & Appleton 

st. , 



352 



BOSTOM, MONDAY, I«lARCH 3I , I9IV. 



Contd, 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers, 



Employers. 



Bissett, 

Dupee, 

Hawicins, 

Hennessey, 

Blaisdell, 



Eland, 



Bouldren, 
Cashin, 
Desmond, 
Boule, 



Boushell , 

Briscoe, 

Horrigan, 

McCarthy, 

Montgomery, 

Hash, 

Ripley, 

Brace, 

O'Weil, 

Brady, 
Johnson, 

Brazel, 

Campbell, 

Downer, 

Ewing, 

Stevens, 



Brazer, 

Gray, 

Karris, 

Newcornb, 



Prank H. 
Stephen G. 
Selby 
William 
Joseph G. 



James R. 



William J. 
John J. 
Jeremiah J. 
Fred 



Edward J. 
Joseph J. 
John H. 
Jeremiah J. 
Frederick E 
Henry LI. 
Franx 
William 
James J 






Henry F. 
John P. 



Y/ellington S. 
Bennett J. 
V/illiam E. ■ 
William L. 
Charles H. 



Charles B. 
Lorin S. 
Israel 
Arthur V/. 



The Atlantic Works. 

Alfred E. Cox, Treasurer, 
Border, ilaverick & New sts.. 

The Merchants National Bank, 

E. A. James, Ass ' t Cashier, 
2b State St., 
Exchange Trust Company, 
F. T. Monroe, Treasurer, 
21 Milk St., & 124 

Boylston st. 
Boston Fish Market Corporation, 

W. J. O'Brien, President, 
Boston Fish Pier, northern av., 
Franklin Park Theatre Company, 
Harry N. Farren, Manager, 
616 Blue Hill av. , 
Gillette Safety Razor Company, 
T. E. Thompson, Supt. , 
41 to 47 W. First St., 44 to 50 
W. Second St., & Block bounded 
by W. First, W, Second & Colton 
sts., & Dorchester av.. 

Package Confectionery Company, 
James Macnaughton, President, 
741 E. Sixth St., 
International Trust Company, 
Howard Norton, Ass't Sec, 
45 Milk St. , 
H. P. Hood & Sons, 

C. H. Hood, Treasurer, 
4^4. 52V, 477 to 47y, 461. 463, 
4tt5 to 489, 4^1 to 4yij Ruther- 
ford av., 5 "to 15 Thorndike st., 
8 to 24 Allen st. , 44C, 448, 450 
& 452 Main st., 22 to 30 Anson 
St., 1"^ to 24 St. Mark st. , I36 
V/estbourne ter., 298 Dorchester 
St., 1204 Columbia rd. , & 66 
Whitfield st., D. D. , 
The National Shawmut Bank, 
A. E. Dunaven, Auditor, 
40 V/ater st. . 



353 



BOSTON, MOHDAY, h'lARCE 3I , 1919. 



Gontd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Brickley, 



Brown, 



Brown, 

Huggs, 

Kline, 

Pinkerton, 

Bruker, 

Mayer , 

Peers, 

Bryson, 

Claflin, 

Dutch, 

Edson, 

Griffith, 

Page, 

Will, 

Burns, 



Burns, 

Burr, 

Byrnes, 



Cahill, 
Murphy , 

Campbell, 



Patrick J. 



John A. 



Roscoe D. 
Philip 
Stephen J. 
George P. Jr 
Edward F. 
Charles H. 

Joseph H. 

William J. 
Charles A. 
Dana U. 
Frank A. 
Henry 
Charles E. 

Jame s 

James F. 



William T. 
Sidney A. 

Michael H. 



Jame 
W 



ames R. ) 
illiam J. j 

William H. 



Frank L. Collier, Manager, , 
Washington Theatre, Inc., 720 \ 
Washington st., & Old South 
Theatre, Inc., 329 Washington st, 
approved by His Honor the Mayor & 
Charles Belden, Librarian, The 
Hyde Park Branch of the Public 
Library, Harvard av. cor. Winthrop 

St. , H. P. , 
Tne First National Bank of Boston 
B. D. Blaisdell, Cashier, j 
70 Federal st. , | 



Boston & Albany Railroad, 

E. L. Keefer, Agent, 
premises located in E. Boston 
State Street Trust Company, [ 
Charles F. Allen, V. Pres.^ 
33 State St., 579 Boylston st. 
& 130 Massachusetts av., j 



Winthrop St. Methodist Episcopa] 

Church, S. H. Calderwood, 
Chairman, Yi'inthrop St. , Roxbury, 
Fred Green, 

Niagara Theatre, 
320 Blue Hill av. , 
S.L. Burr & Company, 
by Sidney L. Burr, 
74-78 South Market st., 
Mercantile Wharf Corporation, 

John Wiite Jr. Treasurer, 
premises bounded by Clinton & 
Mercantile sts., Atlantic av. & 
Richmond st., & the Eastern 
Packet Pier, 
Bessie Greenburg, Owner, 
Gem Theatre, 

52 Meridian st. , 
Harry E. Jones, Ma.nager, 
Waldorf Theatre, 
533 Tremont st. , 



354 



BOSTON, MOHDAY, 1J[ARCH 3I , 1^19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Bronsdon, 



Candill , 
Eustis, 

Carney, 

O'Leary, 

Steppe, 

Wendell, 
Carter, 



Carroll , 
Carver, 



Cavagnaro, 
Spar ice. 



Charlson, 

Goodwin, 

Herman, 

Meehan, 

Pike, 

Pond, 

Clark, 



Clarke , 



Cleveland, 



Hertert 


C. 


James M. 




Charles 


B. 


John F. 




Patrick 




Charles 


A. 


Walter T. 


Charles 


C. 



Edward P. 



Amos B. 



V 
CI 



ictor ) 
lifton S. ) 



Frank G. 
Lester J. 
George V/. 
Joseph D. 
Edward 

Fred E_; 

William 



Patrick H. 



Clarence W. 



Boston Young Men's Christian 
Union, Frank L. Locke, Fres., 
4-b Boylaton st. & Lagrange st., 
A. L. Wolff e, Manager, 
Nickelodeon Theatre, 
51 Hanover st. , 
Merchants & Miners Transp't'n Co, 

C. H. Maynard, Agent, 
Pier 3» Northern avenue, 

Michael H. Crowley, Supt. of 
Police, at the several Police Sta- 
tions while loading & unloading 
prisoners, and while on duty as 
driver of the Police Van, 

International Trust Company, 
A. F. Hayden, Ass't Secretary 
45 kilk st. , 
Estate of Eben D. Jordan, Jr., 
Edward F. O'Brien, Agent, 
liiles Building, 27 School st., & 
70 to 76 Devonshire st., 

Waldo Brotyiers, Inc., 

C. S. Y/aldo, President, 
Tudor Wharf, Charles River av., ^ 
adjoining Hoosac Tunnel Docks, 

C. D., 
Arthur L. Griffin, Agent, 
The Bowdoin Sq. Theatre, I87 Court 
St., The Howard Athenaeum, 34 
Howard st., & the Grand Opera Housej 
1176 V/ashington st., 

Amory Eliot by R. E. L. 
Chapman, Mason Building, 70 Kilby 

St. , 

H. W. Pattee, Manager, 
Copley Theatre, 

IbO Dartmouth st. , 
David Puffer et al, 
Mercantile iviarket, 
bounded by Clinton, Mercantile & 
Richmond sts., &■ Atlantic av., &■. 
the premises bounded by Ford's Run, 
Mercantile & Clinton sts.. 



355 



BOSTON, MOiTDAY, MARCH 31 , 1919 ■ 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers, 



Co"bb, 



Colligan, 

Sorensen, 

Condon, 

Davis, 

Lynch, 

Mitchell, 

Monard, 

Conlon, 

Leslie, 

Lynch , 

Connors, 

Dexter, 



Conroy, 
McDonald, 

Corbett, 

Higgins, 

Lynch, 

Petit, 

Toomey, 

V/etBter, 



Costello, 



Crocker, 

Ditchett, 

Dodge, 

Thorn, 

Crocker, 



Crowell, 



Harry W. 



Joseph 
iiiichael 
Yailiam J 
Albert E. 
Robert E. 
i'rank C. 
Jame s L. . 
Francis J 
B. A. 

Bartholomew 
William 
Ar thur 



Q J.l 



• i 



Albert 
Edward 



James H. 
James A. 
John T. 
Henry A. 
Timothy G. 
George 



William P, 



\ 



William 
Henry 
John T. 
Jame s 
William 



Arthur 



A. 



H. 



A. F. Washburn, President, 
Unique Theatre, 

7CC Washington st., 
Amory Eliot by R. E. L. 

Chaprrjan, 14-1 l£ilk et. , 
Victor J. Morris, Manager, 
Orpheum Theatre, 413 Washington 
St., Globe Theatre, 696 Washington 
St., & the Columbia Theatre, 970 

Washington st. , 
Boston ViT/iarf Company, 

H. F. Mason, Ass't Treas., 
259 Summer st. , 
Upham's Corner Strand Company, 
F. 0. Dore, Manager, 

Strand Theatre, j 
Columbia rd. , 
Freeland-Loomis Company, Props, 
by Ernest F. Love joy. 
Continental Clothing House, 
651-657 Washington St., 
Wm. Filene's Sons Company, i 
T. K. Cory, Vice Pres. , ' 
1^404-426 V/ashington st., 2 to 22 
Suriimer st., 42 Sui-jner st. , 63-87 
Hawley st., 43 Franklin st. , 63-65 
Franklin st. , i2 Federal st. , 22 
Forsythe st., 69-75 Chauncy st. , \ 
197 W. Springfield st. , & 12C 

Worcester st. , 
American Can Co. of Massachusetts, 

R. H. Ismon, Treasurer, 
cor. Midway & Binford sts., & 
Warehouse, 50 Midway st. , S. B. , 
I'iassachusetts Hospital Life Ins. 
Co., H. Stockton, Actuary, 
40 & 50 State st. , 

Fred H. Robinson, Superintendent 
Walker Building, 
120 Boylston st., 
James H. Higgins, Treas., 
171 Tremont st., & 86 

Mason st. , 
Boston Publishing Company, 



356 



BOSTON, MONDAY. MARCH 3I, 1^1^. 



Gontd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Cunningham, 


Patrick J. 


Dacey, 


Michael J. 


Jacobs, 


Edwin C. 


Dal ton. 


Edmund G. 


Davie, 


William A. 


Davis, 


Clarence F. 


ifla comber, 


Charles E. 


Sheridan, 


Iiatt}iew H. 


Delaney, 


James P. 


McDonough, 


peter 


Ollive, 


James F. 


Tyrrell, 


Edward G. 


Dermody, 


Francis J. 


Scanlon, 


Hugh F. 


Taggard, 


Henry 


DeMorris, 


Archille H. 


Parrington, 


Earl C. 


Gieringer, 


Eugene H. 


Hapgood, 


Leslie A. 


Keane , 


\7illiam H. 


McGrath, 


James J. 


Mitchell, 


John A. A. 


Shepard, 


John 3rd 


Sterne, 


Jerome K. 


Walsh, 


Charles T. 


DeRocher, 


Charles G. 


Doherty, 


Charles H. 


Donnelly, 


Joseph L. 



J. 



Amory Eliot by R. E. L. 
Chapman, Gen'l Supt., 
Board of Trade Building, 
131 State St., 
H. H. Goldstein, Manager, 
Shawmut Theatre, 
362 Blue Hill av. , 
Merchants Wool Scouring Co., 

Edmund G. Dalton, Pres. , 
cor. Vtfebster & Mill sts., 
D. B. Sydleman, President, 
Eastern Star Associates, 
201 to 207 Warren st., & 22-24 
Walnut av. , Box. , 
Nelson Blower & Furnace Co., 
C. A. Jordan, Cashier, 
7-11 Elkins St. , 
Becker Milling Machine Co., 
J. Delaney, Chief of Police 
110 Business st., H. P. 

Lee Higginson & Company, 

David Shaw, Partner, 
40 to 50 State at., & 1^ to 
23 Exchange at. , 
Shepard Norwell Company, 

J. K. Sterne, Supt., 
V/inter & Tremont sts., & 
Temple pi . , 



Hornblower & Weeks, 

60 Congress st. , 
P. H. Prince Company, 
Araes Building, 
1 Court St. , 
Clinton Market Company, 

John White Jr., Treasurer, 
premises bounded by Clinton, 
Mercantile, and South Market 
sts., & Atlantic av , 



BOSTON, MOInTDAY, MARCH 3I, 1^19. 



Gontd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers, 



Donnelly, 
Donoghue , 
Donahoe, 



Donovan, 

Sliney, 

Donovan, 



Dooley, 



Durteck, 

Ferguson, 

Hunt, 

Lawley, 

Maclnnis, 

Mott, 

Power, 

Dyer, 

Fasanello, 

Ellis, 
Ferguson, 



Eltzer, 



Enholri, 



Thomas A. 
John E. 
Thomas F. 



liiichel 
George N] 
William H. 



i 



Michael J. 



George E. 
John D. 
Joseph 
Joseph H. 
Alexander 
George F. 
Cornelius 
James J. 
Joseph V. 



T 



Herbert E 
Kenneth A 



Henry 



Harold G. 



H. 

F 
:f 



Employers, 



Boylston Realty Corporation, 
Allan Graham, Treasurer, 
76 Atherton st. , 
Imperial Amusement Company, 
P. F. Lydon, President, 
619 Broadway, 
Atlantic Gulf & Pacific Co., 

P. J. Meller, Supt. , 
Weeks' Wharf, 307 Liarginal st. 
Terminal V/narf & Railroad Ware- , 
house Co., 267 Medford st., CD. 
Thomas R. Henry, Manager, 
Gayety Theatre, 

659-667 Washington st. , & 
Boylston sq. , 
The Sailors' Haven, 

Ernest J. Dennen, Supt., 
46 Water st. , C. D. , 
Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Co, 
Roland E. Chafey, Ass't 
Treas., Franklin, Devonshire 
k Arch sts., 30 Congress st. 



Charles E. McLean, President, 
Cobb Theatre, 

1005-1009 V/ashington st. 
Tremont Trust Company, 

Benjamin H. Swig, Treas., 
14 State St., & T] Warren st. 

Rox. , 

John Thompson, Executive Officei 
U. S. S. Meade; Benjamin V. V. 
Olmstead, Executive Officer, U. 
S. S. Sturgeon Bay & U. S. S. 

Alabat, 
H. D. Foss & Co. Inc., 

Charles D. Rice, Treasurer, 
112 to 118 Canal st. , & 207 
to 227 Friend st., 



357 



358 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Erickson, 

King, 



Ernest E. 
Tarrant P. 



Estey, 
Fanjoy, 

Parren, 

Pernald, 

Finkelstein, 
Pinlay , 



Eugene E. 
Ernest P. 



Neil 

Carroll T, 

Meyer 
Patrick J. 



Employers, 



\ 



Tarrant P. King, 
preraises "bounded by Suiriraer 



st. 



ext., First st., K st., the water; 
599 First St., 621 E. First st., 
60-64 Fargo St., 292-296 Sur.irner stl. 
ext., 312 Congress st.. Atlas 
stores. Sleeper st., 411-429 At- 
lantic av., 82-84 Purchase st., 
176-154 High St., 601-607 Boylston 
St., 261 Dartmouth st., 637-639 
Washington st., & 2 Champney st. , 
Fourth-Atlantic National Bank, 
W. N. Homer, V. President, 
53 State St. , 
Post Publishing Company, 
\{. A. Grozier, President, 
V/illiam ct. , 14, 15, 17 Court sq., 
Smith Building & 259,261, & 265 
Washington st. , 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co., 

Dana D. Barnum, V. President, 
premises located in city of 

Boston, 
Star Amusement Company, 
C. F. Rollins, Treasurer, 
Star Theatre, 

'^ Sc 7 Tremont row, 
Harry Rosenberg, Lessee, 
Academy Hall, 

15 Leverett st., 
Joseph Balch, Agent, 
Columbian Life Building & Annex, 
77-87 Franklin st. , & 88 Arch st.; 
266 West Newton st., 8r. I5O Hunt- 
ington av.; 466-510 Parker st. ; 
331-335 Ruggles St.; 2-4 Madison 
ct.; 16-18-22-26-28-30 Mechanic st. 
93-99 Warwick st. ; 13C-134 Sterling 
st; 173-173|- Townsend st.; 73 Hum- 
boldt av.; 0I6 Dudley st. ; 41-43 
Blue Hill av.; 22-24 Eliot st.; 
39-43 Chambers st. ; 105 E' Newton 
s.t.; & 710 Snawmut av.. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, l-lARCH 3I, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd, 



Officers. 



Employers, 



FishDurne, 
Pickles, 



Gavin, 
Q,uinn, 
Sargent, 

George, 
Palmer, 
Thomas, 

Giblin, 



James F. 
Thomas , 



\ 



Fitzgerald, 

Gardner, 

Mellen, 

Murray, 

Foley, 


Patrick J. 
Edward F. 
Bernard F. 
Jaraes 
Coleman F. 


Foley, 


William A. 


Fox, 


John C. 


Fox, 


John C. 


French, 
Lalley, 


Walter C. 

William J. 


Gaillac, 

McCarthy, 


Louis E. 
Timothy A. 


Gallagher, 


James T. 



\ 



\ 



John J. 
Patrick J. 
Clayton L. 

Albin J. 
Charles Ji 
Leslie M. 

Martin J. 



Batchelder & Snyder Company, 
Frank A. Burgess, Treasurer, 
47 to 67 Blackstone st. , & 62 to 
76 North St. , and from corner of 
No. Centre st to rear entrance of 
67 Blackstone st. ; & y2 to 56 
RicJimond st. & rear of these 
numters on Pulton pi., 

approved by His Honor the Ma^o^ 
& Sanford Bates, Commissioner of 
Penal Institutions, House of 
Correction, Deer Island, 

Central Construction Company, 
?Iarry N. Hayward, Clerk, 
228-232 Southampton st.j 
George R. Bascom "by Oliver E. 
Ivlace, Gen'l Manager, 

222-228 Columbus av . , 
Reverend F. J. Ryan, Pastor, 
St. Angela's Church, 
Blue Hill av. , 
G. E. Burt, Trustee, 
Oakland Hall, 

6-8 Oakland st. , 

Mattapan, 
Scollay Sq. Olympia Company, 
Ralph L. Ripley, Manager, 
4 Tremont row, 
The Boston Five Cents Savings 
Bank, J. W. Holmes, Treasurer, 
3C-38 School St., 
Knights of Columbus of Boston, 
Joseph M. Kirby, President, 

Columbus Club, 
cor. Pearl & Pleasant sts.. 
South End Amusement Company, 
Frank A. Hawes, Manager, 
Puritan Theatre, 

1741 Washington st.. 
The Br ockway- Smith Corporation, 

J. H. Osborn, V. President, 
465 Medford st., C. D. , 

F. W. Woolworth Company, 
LeRoy Smith, i^nager, 
16-20 Bedford st., & 4^0-4^4 
Washington st. , 



359 



360 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, iyi9. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 

Gillroan, Herbert A. 



Gowen, 


Percy W. 


Grady, 


Edmund C. 


Grady, 


Stephen G. 


Graham, 


Lewis H. 


Seaward, 


Forest T. 


Woodruff, 


Washington 


Green, 


Henry J. 


Greenleaf , 


Herrian E. ) 


Nichols, 


George W. j 


Gregory, 


Edward R. 


Gridley, 


George A. 


Griffin, 


Henry H. 


Haddock, 


Harry 


Haley, 


John J. 


Hall, 


Prank H. 



Employers. 



Secretary, 

St., 

Owner & Mgr. , 
Theatre, 



E. R. Gregory, President, 
Dorchester Theatre, 
1524 Dorchester av., 
Cosmopolitan Trust Company, 
Frank G. Howard,- 
60 Devonshire 
James F. Powers, 
Orient Gardens 

985 Eennington st. , 
The Peerless Machinery Company, 
L. F. Muther, Treasurer, 
44 Binford st. , 
United Drug Company, 

J. N. Staples Jr., V. Pres. 
premises located on Greenleaf, 
Leon & Forsyth ats., 

Trimont Manufacturing Co. , 
Charles C. Ely, Treasurer, 
55-71 Amory st. , Rox. , 
Suffolk Savings Bank, 

Frederick I, Emery, Treasurer, 
cor. Tremont st. & Pemberton 

sq 
Dorchester Theatre Company, 
Herbert A. Gillman, Treasurer 
1524 Dorchester av. , 
B. F. Sturtevant Company, 

J. F. Lyons, Works Manager, 
Damon cor. Regent st., 

Hyde Park District, 
Fred J. Kneeland, Supt. Public 
Buildings, Municipal Building 
cor. Oak & Tyler sts., 
Eliot Savings Bank, 

Frank S. Granger, Treasurer, 

165 Dudley St. , 

Chandler & Company, Inc., 

Arthur Crossley, Supt., 

150-153 Tremont at., 

Archibald F. Hall, Agent, 

Bloomfield Hall Building, 
located on Geneva av., Tona- 
wanda & Bloomfield sts.. 



f 



36X 



BOSTON, MONDAY, iJiARCH 3I, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 


Hall, 


Thomas H. 


Hamel, 


William 


Hamilton, 


George U. 


Hanson, 


John L. 


Woodbury, 


Eugene A. 


Hargroves, 


John W. 


Harmon, 


Frank R. 


Harris, 


John W. 


Harrison, 


j?rank 



Employers. 



Havercan, 
Holland, 


Michael T. 
Charles J. ' 


Hay ford, 
Scriven, 


Lugene J. \ 
Henry J. f 


Hayward, 
Rogers, 


Jame s T . ) 
Jesse A. f 


Henes, 


John 


Hickey, 


Eugene P. 



E. T. Slattery Company, 

A. W. Payne, V. President, 
154-158 Tremont st., 
William vn-iite, Ivlanager, 

Pastime Theatre Company, 
Roxbury Theatre, 

2170 V/ashington st. , 
George U. Hamilton, Lessee, 
Winthrop Hall Theatre, 
57c Columbia rd. , 
Peoples National Bank of Rox. , 
G. H. Corey, Cashier, 
114 Dudley st. , 
Boston City Club, 

Roy L. Westcott, i'iianager, 
12-14 Somerset st., & 2 to 10 
Ashburton pi. , 
National Dock & Storage Warehouse 
Co., E. D. Codman, Treasurer, 
Lewis cor. Webster st. , S. B. , 
Codman Sq. Theatrical Trust Co., 
M. J. Goyle, l/ianager, 

637 Washington st., D. D. , 
Powers & Walker, Lessees by 
L. B. Walker, 

Congress Hall, 
220 Broadway, 
Carnegie Steel Company, 
T. E. Chilton, 



The 



176 Lincoln st. , B. D. 



A. T. Stearns Lumber Company, 
E. S. Tenney, Manager, j 
Taylor at., Keponset, I-3 i'errimao 
st. & 1 & 7 Sudbury st. , 
The Merchants National Bank, 

E. A. James, Ass't Cashier, 
28 State St. , 
Triemtos Rodes & John Henes, 
Owners, Apollo Theatre, 
1050 V/ashington st.. 
Liberty Trust Company, 

Allan H. Sturges, Treasurer, 
iy7 Washington st., 



362 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MARCH 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 


Hixson, 
Jiu rphy, 
Pearson, 
Hogan, 
Thompson, 


Herbert F. 
Daniel J. 
Elof J. 
Benjamin \ 
William D. ) 


Hogan, 


William F. 


Houghton, 
Johnson, 


Edwin 1 
William f 


Howard, 


Robert F. 


Hutchins, 


Harry S. 


Jacotowitz, 


Myer 


Johnson, 
Nelson, 


Peter A. 1 
Samuel J. f 


Joy, 


Ellis P. 


Joyce, 


John E. 


Keane, 


Michael D. 


Keating, 
O'Neil, 


Dennis ) 
Thomas F. f 


Keeley, 


Joseph V. 


Keith, 


Fred A. 



Employers. 



I United States Trust Company, 
H. P. Tilden, Secretary, 
30 Court st. , 
Keith's Bijou Theatre, 
R. M. Oilman, Manager, 
545 Washington st., 
Daniel Russell Boiler Works, Inc, 
John J. Regan, President, 
63 to 105 Boston St., 
Laura SI cum, for Anna D. & 
Laura Slocum, Lessees & Part 
Owners, Slocum Estate, 

Pond St. , J. P. , 
Ella C. R. Whiton, President, 
Dorchester Woman's Club House 
36 Center st. , D. D. , 
Rev. Warner F. Gookin, Minister 
in charge & Director, Emmanuel 
Memorial House, 11 Lewcomb at., 
Jacob Hyman, Chairman, 
Sons of Benjamin Cemetery, 
Grove st. , W. R. , 
Boston Young Men's Christian 

Association, George W. Mehaffey 
Gen'l Secretary, 316 Huntington 

av. , 
Boston Metropolitan Ciiapter 
American Red Cross, Allston Burr, 
Chairman, 142 Berkeley st., 
Stickney Tirrell & Company, 
by H. H. Stickney, 

197-203 Maverick st., 
Brooklyn Cooperage Company, 
P. Joseph O'Leary, Supt., 
3b'2 to 368 C St., 
The philadelx)hia & Reading Coal & 
Iron Co., Edward H. S. Jacoby, 
Supt., Mystic Wnarf, C. D. , 
The Second National Bank of Boston, 
Frank H. Wright, Ass't Cashier, 
111 Devonshire st., 
Wildey Savings Bank, 

George E. Taber, Treasurer, 
52 Boylston st. , 



BOSTON. MONDAY. MARCH 3I, I919. 



Contd. 



363 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Kelly, 

Kelly, 
Kent, 



Kenyon, 

Lydston, 

Pillow, 



King, 



Mruger , 



Lane, 

Laflin, 

Smith, 

Walsh, 

Lamb, 

McCarthy, 

Wright, 



LeClair, 

McDonald, 

Leighton, 



Littlefield, 
Waters, 
Fneeler, 
W>ieeler, 



Thomas 



Thomas H. 



David F. 



Charles S, 
Albert L. 
Jackson 



John J. 



Louis E. 



John J. 

Spurge on G 
Charles E. 
George H. 
Charles E. 
Patrick F. 
William T. 



Jos 
J oh 



eph A. ) 
n A. f 



Walter M. 



Prank D. 
Clark 
Ernest H. 
William H. 



City of Boston, Overseers of the 
Poor, Thornas Sproules, Chair- 
man, City Wood Yard, 30 

Hawkins st. , 
Charles H. V/aldron, Manager, 
Waldron's Casino, 
44 Hanover st. , 
Presidents &. Fellows of Harvard 
College, by C. F. Adams, Treas., 
Harvard Medical School, 
240 Longwood av., 
) B. F. Keith Theatre Co. of Boston, 

John P. Gorman, Treas., 
[ 547 V/ashington st., l62 Tremont I 
St., 163 Tremont st., & 41 & 43 I 

Mason st. , 
Hamilton Theatre Company, 
by Caroline F. Lydon, 
256 Bowdoin at., D. D. , 
Hanover Trust Company, 
John J. Reidy, Ass't Treas 
268 Washington st., 
Daniel N. Hyman, Lessee, 
92 Court St. , 

! George H. Walsh, Lessee, 
Ideal Theatre, 
530 Dudley st. , 
) C. W. Fnittier & Bro. Agents, 
f Hathaway Building, 620 
j Atlantic av., 4 the New 

England Building, 184-200 
Summer st., & Rice Building 
2-20 High St. , 
The American Sugar Refining Co., 
Rufus C. Folsom, Acting Supt., 
47 Granite st. , 
approved by His Honor the Mayor & 
Charles F. D. Belden, Librarian, 
Central Library Building, Copley sq 
Egleston Amusement Company, j 
Frank D. Littlefield, Treas., ' 
Egleston Theatre, 3093 Washington 
St., & The Everett Sq, Theatre, 
17-19 Fairmount av., H. P., 



364 



BOSTON. MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919. 



Contd. 



^, 



l>A>-M-A.^ 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



}(, i^Ro, f,. 13.6^ ^A, 6"^ 



Employers. 



Lightf oot, 

Linton, 
Mahan, 

Mailey, 

Manning, 

Mansfield, 



Manthorne, 
Mawhinney , 

Margeson, 
Mathews, 



McCarthy, 
ParJicer, 
Thompson, 
McGonnon, 



McCormack, 



Francis W. 

John F. 
John 

Albert H. 

Patrick F. 

Charles H. 



f 



Thomas G. 
Lewis E. 

James A. 
Harry E. 



Cornelius 
Eben 
Prank p. 
Francis H, 



Alexander B. 



The American Railway Ex. Go. 
V/illiara A. Morris, Supt. , 
43 Franklin st. , 
Kidder Peabody & Company, 
115 Devonshire st., 
Fred J. Kneeland, Supt., Publi 
Buildings, City Hall Annex, 

Court St. , 
Brighton Theatre, 

Albert H. Mailey, Manager, 
400 Market st. , B. D. , 
The School Corjimittee of the City 
of Boston, Thornton D. Apolloni 
Sec, school-houses in City of 

Boston 
Walton Lunch Company, 

Frank F. Forsythe, Treasurer, 
424 Tremont st., 242 Tremont st. 
1083 Washington st., 629 Washingt 
St., 44 Summer st. , .42 Federal st 
7 & 19 School St., 9 Scollay sq. , 
30 Hayraarket sq., 437 Boylston st 
332 Massachusetts av., & 1215 

Commonweal th av . , 
Prance & Canada Steamship Corp'n, 
H. Akerley, Marine Supt., 

Mystic Wiarf, Charles town, 
Boston State Hospital, 

James V. May, Superintendent, 
Walk Hill, Canterbury & Austin st 
Hay den Stone 8c Company, 
by Howard Kochersberger, 
87 Milk St. , 
B. ] Massachusetts Building Trust, 
( F. Murray Forbes, Trustee, 
; 60 State st. , 

Stafford Company, 

Earle H. Eckhard, Supt., 
1715 Hyde Park av. , 
Proprietors' of Howe's Wharf, 
C. W. Chap in, Wharfinger, 
Howe's Wharf, 
324 to 344 Atlantic av . , 



on 



365 



BOSTON, MONDAY, liilARCH 3I , I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Ofiicers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



McGovern, 


Edward J. 


McGuire, 


Daniel 


McGuire, 


Williara H 



McLaren, 



Charles 



McLaughlin, 


Lawrence F. 


McManus, 


Edward P . 


Mercer, 


William J. 


Merrill, 


George F. 


Metcalf, 


Joseph H. 


Miner, 
Pierce, 


John H. I 
George E. J 


Mitchell, 


Timothy J. 


Morris, 
McCrillis, 
Neal, 
Morse, 
Sumner , 


Oscar A. 
George L. 
John L. 
Joshua Jr. 
Stanley 



Edward J. McGovern, Treas. , 
McGover-i Coal Company, 
166 Geneva av. , 
Brookline Water Board, 

Zeph, R. Forbes, Clerk. 
preiflises owned by the Town of 
Brookline situated off Gardner 

St., W. R., 
Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, H. S. Ford, Bursar, 
Rogers Building, 
491 Boylston st. , 
Massachusetts Building Trust, 
F. Murray Forbes, Trustee, 
Massachusetts Building, 
60 State St. , 
Simpson's Patent Dry Dock Co., 
H. J. Cook, Superintendent, 
Marginal st., E. E., 
Mrs. W. Henry Alline, President, 
Brighthelmstone Club House, 
541 Cambridge st., 
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 
James A. McKibben, Secretary, 
177 Milk St. , 
Castle Amusement Company, 

George E. Clark, Treas., 
421 Tremont st. , & 4 Chandler 

St. , 

Boston Baptist Social Union, 

Edward K. Haskell, Chairman, 
Pord Building, 15 Ashburton pi., 
& Social Union Building, 142 

Berkeley st. , 
John L. Damon, 
Hotel Thorndike, 
Boylston, Church & Providence 

sts. , 
Boston University, 

Everett W. Lord, Dean, 
525 & 668 Boylston st., 
Allston Amusement Company, 

Stanley Sumner, Gen'l Mgr., 
128 Brighton av. , 



366 



BOSTOIJ, MONDAY, IiiARGH 3I , I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Mullen, 
Murphy, 
Murphy , 



Murphy, 
Murphy , 



Murphy , 
Shea, 

Mutch, 



UewRian, 
Simpson, 



Newton, 
O'Connor, 



O'Mara, 



O'Neil, 



Employers. 



Patrick J. 

Prank 

Jeremiah 



John 
John J. 



Timothy ) 
James J. f 

Ernest 



George F. 
William F. 



George E. 
Thomas M. 



Charlestown Trust Company, 
Luke D. Mullen, President, 
City sq. , 
E. S. Morse & Company, 
"by E. R. Morse, 

199 Medford St., C. D. 

A. C. Lombard's Sons, Steamship 
Agents, by T. H. Ryan, Furness, 
Withy & Co. Ltd. by H. L. Porter 
& Patterson Wylde 8c Co. by J. H. 
Smith, Atty. , vessels & wharves 
in Charlestown, E. Boston, So. 
Boston & City of Boston proper, 

Our Lady of the Presentation, Church, 
by James J. Murphy, 

676-680 Washington st., B. 

B. L. Tim Lumber Company, 
S. Hirsch, Treasurer, 

300 to 310 Border st. , 
Stone & Webster Realty Corp'n, 
Edwin E. Mitc/iell, V. Pres., 
141-147-149 Milk St., 
Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, Agents, 
Warren Chambers, 
419 Boylston st. , 
Massachusetts Trust Company, 

Clarence E. Burleigh, Mgr. , 
^^ Federal st. & 238 Huntington 

av. , 
Roxbury Neighborhood House Ass'n, 
Martin L. Cate, President, 
858 Albany st., 
James B. O'Brien, Lessee, & 
Wellington-Wild Coal Co. by B. F. 
Wild, Owner, Boat House, Charles 
River av., & Riverside Lunch, Warren 
Bridge Sc Wiarf, Warren Bridge, & 

50 Warren av. , 
approved by His Honor the Mayor & 

John O'Hare, Chairman, Trustees 
for Children, Room 49 City Hall, & 
in transportation of boys to and 
from the courts to the Suffolk 
School for Boys, Rainsford Island, 
Andrew J. Forest Hills Cemetery, 

Henry S. Adams, Superintendent,! 
Morton, Canterbury & Walk Hill sts. 



} 



Edward J. 



BOSTON, MOIODAY, MARCH 3I, 1919- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 


Ramsdell, 
Tobinsky, 


Charles \ 
Daniel f 


Rae, 


Walter 


Raw-ings, 


Henry V. 


Reilly, 


Eugene P. 


Rein, 


Prank H. 


Rice, 


Alonzo H. 


Riley, 


James E. 


Robertson, 


Roger J. 


Rodd, 

Garrity, 

Connolly, 


Charles A. 
Patrick P. 
Charles 


Rund, 


Albert 


Russell, 


Augustine 


Short, 


John J . 


Sid:nan, 


Jacob 


Simonds, 


Douglas 



Employers. 



Mgr. 



Jacob Lourie, Gen'l 
Beacon Theatre, 
47-53 Treaont st.. 
Eastern Steamship Corporation, 
E. J. Murphy, Agent, 

India Wharf, Atlantic av . , 
Trustees Brazer Building Trust, 
Owners, by Thoioas H. Russell, 
Trustee, 25-29 State st., 
Sturtevant Aeroplane Company, 
Walter H. Buchan, Supt. , 
Williams st., J. P., 
The Country Day School for Boys of 
Boston, S. K. Kerns, Head Master, 
t/iat part of Konantuin Hill located 
in the city of Boston, 
E. E. Gray Company, 
B. E. Gray, Pres., 
154- Hanover st. , & 69 Union st. 
International Glue Company, 
H. Baum, East Boston, 

John Levy, Gen'l Manager, 
Supreme Theatre, 

292 Centre st. , J. P., 
Keith's Boston Tneatre Co., 

Charles L. Harris, Manager, 
162 Tremont st.. Bijou Arcade, 
Boston Theatre, 539 Washington 

St. , 

George E. Keith Company, 
A. E. Gushing, Supt., 
28b A St., 
approved by His Honor the Mayor 
& Sanford Bates, Commissioner, 
Penal Institutions, House of 
Correction, Deer Island, 
Massachusetts Automobile Club, 
H. V. Chamberlain, Supt., 
100 Stuart st. , 

Jacob Sidraan, Owner, 
215 Washington st. 
Middlebrook Wool Combing Co. 
Samuel Winterbottom, Agent, 
310 Border st. , 



367 



J. 



, D. Di 
Inc. , 



368 



BOSTON, MOiroAY, MARCH ji, I919. 



Contd. 



Special police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Siney, 



Sloan, 

Srai th , 

Smith, 

Sommerville, 

Sparrow, 

Spofford, 

Stover, 

Strickland, 
Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 
Tallon, 

Toland, 



William H. 

Bernard J. 

Fred C. 

James 

William J. 

Frederick p, 

Frank M. 

Amos G. 

Francis W. 
Daniel 

Eugene 

William H. 
Nicholas C. 

Joseph G. 



Fargo Real Estate Trust, 

Jeremiah Williams, Trustee, 
premises bounded "by D, Summer, 
E and Fargo streets, So. Bostoi 
(^uincy Market Gold Storage & Ware- | 
house Co., Walter S. Chase, Supt; 
T wharf and adjoining property, 
The Boston Five Cents Savings Bank, 
J. W. Holmes, Treasurer, 
30-3b School St., 

Neil McDonald, Owner, 
Strand Theatre, 
658 Centre st., J. P., 
Fidelity Trust Company, 

James G. Ferguson, President, ] 
14b State St. , 
Massachusetts Wharf Coal Company, 
Arthur E. Dennis, Treasurer, 
229 Marginal st., E. B., 
Samuel Pinanski, Manager, 
Modern Theatre, 

523 Washington st.. 
New England Storage Warehouse Co. 
Frederick 0. Woodruff, Trustee, 
32 George st. , Roxbury, 
Francis W. Strickland, 
1031 Washington st., 
Trimount Theatre, Inc., 

James R. Somes, Resident Mgr. 
St. James Theatre, 
239 Huntington av. , 
Merchants Warehouse Company, 
John L. Nichols, Treasurer, 
Fiske V/harf Stores, 
4I?3 Commercial st. , 
E. S. Morse Company 
by E. R. Morse, 

199 Medford st. , C. D. , 
Mead-Morrison Manufacturing, Co., 
Hugo P. Mardersteck, Supt. , 
cor. prescott & Orleans sts. 

E. Boston, 
Francis J. Smith, Bridge 

Coiamissioner, Boston & Camb- 
ridge Bridge Conimission, 
Harvard Bridge, 



BOSTON, MOKDAY, MARCH 3I , 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



369 



Tooraey, 



Villard, 
Walker, 



Vitale, 

Wakefield, 

Waldron, 

Wallace, 

Watts, 
Young, 

Weir, 

Whitioan, 

Wood, 

Woodruff, 

Woollard, 

Wright, 



Timothy G. 



Frank 
John 



H. } 



Gaetano 

James E. 

Edward F. 

Edwin E. 

Joseph W. 
Clarence E. 

William H. 
John P. 
Joseph W. 
Frederick 0, 
Leslie A. 
Charles 



Usave Stores, Inc., 

H. S. Potter Jr., Pres., 
234-224A Massachusetts av . , 1205 
& 1207 River st., H. P., 1^0-1^2 
Harvard av., B. D. , & 2159 

Washington St., Roxbury, 
Frank L. Collier, Manager, 
Old South Theatre Inc., 32'^^ Wash- 
ington St., & Washington Theatre, 
Inc., 720 Washington st., 

Gaetano Vitale, Owner, 
127y, 1281, 1283, 1285, 1287 & 
Coiuiiiuus av., /j, 81 & 83 Dresser 
St., & 279 North St., 
American Trust Company, 
W. F. Glidden, Treasurer, 
40, 44 & 50 State st. , 
Charles E. Fogg Company, 
A. M. Callahan, Treasurer, 
8 Atlantic av. , 
Institutions for Savings in Rox- 
bury & its Vicinity, Henry West, 
Treasurer, 234-3 Washington St., 
Ocean Steamship Company, 

L. Wildes, Agent, 
Hoosac Tunnel Docks, Charlestown 
Amory Eliot by R. E. L. 
Chapman, Mason Building, 
70 Kilby St., 
Ethel M. Russell, Head Resident 
The Elizabeth Peabody House, 
357 Charles st. , 
Cormnonwealth Trust Company, 

S. W. Holmes, Vice President, 
30 Congress st., 
New Eiigland Storage Warehouse Co. 
Frederick 0. Woodruia , Truatee, 

32 George st., Roxbury, 
Charles J. Gorman, President, I 
Gorman's Theatre, ' 

711 South St., Roslindale, 
Jason E. Herrick Jr., Owner, 
uj_6-7-a-y-lu-ii-i2-^4-i5-l6 & 
17 Cleaves st., Rox. , 



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BOSTON, MOIIDAY, MARCH 3I , 1^1^. 



Concluded. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



Becker, 

Brinkmann, 

Brown, 

Burns, 

Chandler, 

Clougherty, 

Comer, 

Dow, 

Dupee, 

Dwyer, 

Gallagher, 

Gainmon, 

Griffin, 

Hannan, 

Hasty, 

Hogan, 

Leonard, 

Maher , 

McBreen, 

McDonald, 

McLaughlin, 

Morse, 

Mulcahy, 

Murphy , 

Murray, 

Putnam, 

Reilly, 

Rogers, 

Ruhl, 

Soule, 

Sullivan, 

Sutcliffe, 

Tupper, 

Wade, 



Attest: 



James H, 
Carl J. 
Francis H. 
Henry J. 
Herbert T. 
Fxancis F. 
Dennis M. 
Frederick V. 
William 0. 
Bartholomew 
John J. 
James W. 
John H. 
James E. 
William B. 
John E. 
Andrew J. 
Michael J. 
Peter J. 
John B. 
George B. 
Edwin B. 
William J. 
Joseph H. 
John J. 
Ernest C. 
Thomas 
Edward J. 
James C. 
William K. 
John R. 
John R. 
Edward J. 
James W. 



Captain George P. Carter, 
Infantry, United States Army,, 
V/arehouses 1 & 2, South Boston, 
Zone Supply Office, 108 Massa- 
chusetts av., and 
all warehouses under the juris- 
diction of the Zone Supply Officer 



J. 




Chief Cler