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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. April (pp.371-510)."

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371 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER, 
2^ Pemlaerton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, April 1, 1919, 



Police Commiasioner Curtis being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, Michael H. Crowley, T;as at the office of the 
Cor/imissioner and as acting commissioner 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 :- 

Tiie CiVil Service COiomission and the Police Commissioner 
have agreed to the following changes in the system of examinations; 

1. Promotions from the grade of sergeant to that 
of lieutenant, except in the Bureau of Criminal Investiga- 
tion, will hereafter be by competitive examination of ser- 
geants who have served in that grade for a period of five 
years or more. 

2. Promotions from the grade of patrolmen to 
that of sergeant, except in the Bureau of Criminal Investi- 
gation, will hereafter be by competitive examination of pa- 
trolmen who have served in that grade for a period of six 
years or more. 

3. All applicants for promotion will be required 
to undergo a physical examination. 

4. The eligible list when made will last for two 
years, unless under the rules of the Civil Service Commission 
a new examination is held at the end of one year. 



The application of Stanley Holmes, Selma Johnson and 
Ernestine Sullivan for an Amusement License to have a dancing 
party in the Allston Dansant located at I38 Brighton avenue on 
Tuesday evening, April 22, current, was forwarded to His Honor 
Mayor approved. 



the 



372 



BOSTOIT. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919. 



Gontd. 



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

25 We"bster av., Wollaston, 
Iroquois st. , 
St. Germain st. , 
Empire st., B. D. , 
Pearl St., CamlDridge. 



1696 


Grociter, 


Samuel L. 


25 


1170 


Galvin, 


Jaiaes J. 


5 


2^4 


Hovey, 


Arthur T. 


64 


249 


Keefe, 


Frank M. 


bl 


1899 


O'Donnell, 


Michael R. ' 


106 



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* 



98595 Crocker, Samuel L. 

58756 Galvin, James J. 

109726 Keefe, Prank M. 

10334^ O'Donnell, Michael R. 



in a garage at 

)i II I) II 

M II II II 

II II 11 II 



19 Clarendon st. , 
634 Huntington av., 
160 Brighton av. , 
171 Huntington av. 



The special stand granted to Martin J. Ryan on July 1, 
1918, on Nashua street, in front of the Hotel Lucerne, nights, was 
cancelled by reason of its having been surrendered. 



The application of Charles I. Pierce for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #01977C on Nashua street, in front 
of the Hotel Lucerne, nights, was granted, in place of Martin J. 
Ryan . 



373 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 191?. 



Contd. 



The application of t/ie Avellino Band, consisting of 
fifteen musicians, by C. Panetta, 42^ Hanover street, for a Collect- 
ive Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession of the 
late Angelina Trecariohi on Tuesday, April 1, current, from I.30 to 
4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: Froiii 1^)4 Salem street to prince, Hanover and Prince 
streets. North square, North, Richmond, Hanover, Charter, Salem, 
Prince, Thacner, Endicott and Hanover streets to Scoliay square. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Itinerant Musicians' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
August 31, 1919. 



Neri, Rosina 420 

Petrucci, Pietro 430 

ToiDasso, Francesca 421 

Tomasso, Salvatore 420 



Commercial st. 

Hanover st.. 

Commercial st. 
•I II 



Street piano, 
II II 



James A. Reid, appointed March 29i 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 persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Co/flmonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1919. 



Brown, 


Francis A. 




10 Chapman st., C. D., 


Dwyer, 


Bartholomew J. 




10 Dale St., Woburn, 


McDonald, 


John B. 




2 Suroraer Hill St., Stone- 
ham, 


Murray , 


John J. 




29 Howell St. , D. D. , 


Ruhl , 


James C. 




281 Center st. , Randolph, 


Soule, 


William K. 




57 Clifton St., D. D. , 




approved by Capta 


in George P.Carter, Infantry, 




U. S. A. Zone 


Supply Office, lOo Massachusetts 


Matthews, 


Thomas .H. 




CI. V • f 

15 Levant st. , D. D. , 



Wootl, 



approved by L. R. McLain, 2nd Lieut. , Quarter- 
master Corps, V/arehouse A, Brookline av . , 



James R. 



26 Commonwealth ter., B. D. 



374 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



The application of Arthur A, Manning for a Wagon License 
#By74-6 to locate in front of I03 Central street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, lyi^. 



The application of Patrolman Stillman B. K. Hall of Divi- 
sion 14 to be reimbursed in the surn of Fourteen (14) Dollars, being 
the amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account of 
an injury to his right arm while filling the grease cups on the 
department automobile on February 25, current, was granted. 



The application of Samuel and Nathan Parker for a license 
for the storage and sale of merchandise at Pemberton square near 
Tremont row was returned to the Board of Street Cojamissioners 
approved. 



The following named persons, appointed March 3I. current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Adams , 

Akins, 

Anderson, 

Andrew, 

Antetoraaso, 

Ashworth, 

Ayer, 

Bader, 

Baker, 

Barry, 

Battis, 

Beil, 

Beninati, 

Benzie, 

Bland, 

Boule, 

Briscoe, 

Bruker, 

Bumpus, 

Burns, 



John H. 
William H. 
George W. 
William H. 
Peter 
John F. 
ITathan F. 
Joseph 
Silas E. 
Benjamin L. 
Walter W. 
Ervin H. 
Joseph W. 
George 
James R. 
Fred 

Joseph J. 
Edward F. 
Horatio A. 
Jame s F . 



Cahill, 
Bronsdon, 
Candill, 
Carroll, 
Carver, 
Cavagnaro, 
Chapman, 
Charlson, 
Clarke, 
Cobb, 
Colligan, 
Condon, 
Connors, 
Costello, 
Crocker, 
Crowell , 
Cummings, 
Curll, 
Dacey, 
Dal ton. 



James R. 
Herbert C. 
James M. 
Edward P. 
Amos B. 
Victor, 
Shepherd R. 
Frank G, 
Patrick H. 
Harry W. 
Joseph' 
William J. 
William J. 
William P. 
William H. 
Arthur 
Richard F. 
William A. 
Michael J. 
Edmund G. 



375 



BOSTOi>f, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1^19- 



Contd 



Special Police Officers Sworn - contd. 



Appointed March 31, 1919. 



Davie, 

Dav i 3 , 

Dermody, 

DeRocher, 

Dexter, 

Donnelly, 

Donovan, 

Dyer, 

Ellis. 

Eltzer, 

Erickson, 

Estey, 

Eustis, 

Pall, 

Fanjoy, 

Ferguson, 

Fernald, 

Finkelstein, 

Finlay, 

Pishburne, 

Foley, 

Fox, 

Fox, 

French, 

Gaillac, 

George, 

Gi'blin, 

Gilman, 

Goodapeed, 

Goug}-!, 

Gowen, 

Grady, 

Grady, 

Green, 

Greenleaf , 

Gridley, 

Grieshaber, 

Haddock, 

Haley, 

Hall, 

Hall, 

Haiiiel, 

Hamilton, 

Hanson, 

Hargroves, 



Williara A. 
Clarence F. 
Francis J. 
Charles G. 
Arthur E. 
Thornas A. 
Michael 
James J. 
Herbert E. 
Henry 
Ernest E. 
Eugene E. 
Charles "B. 
Robert H. 
Ernest P. 
Kenneth A. 
Carroll T. 
Meyer 
Patrick J. 
Jaiaes F. 
Coleman F. 
John G. 
John C. 
Walter R. 
Louis E. 
Aibin J. 
Martin J. 
Arthur L. 
Franklin H. 
peter J. 
Percy W. 
Edmund C. 
Stephen G. 
Henry J. 
Herman E. 
George A. 
Michael 
Harry 
John J. 
Frank H. 
Thomas H. 
William 
George U. 
John L. 
John Vif. 



Harmon, 

Harris, 

Harrison, 

Hastings, 

Haver can, 

Hayford, 

Herman, 

Hickey, 

Hickey, 

Hixson, 

Holland, 

Houghton, 

Howard, 

Hutchings, 

Hutchins, 

Jacobovitz, 

Jacobs, 

Johnson, 

Johnson, 

Joy, 

Joyce, 

Keating, 

Keeley, 

Keith, 

Kelly, 

Kent, 

Kenyon, 

King, 

King, 

Kruger, 

Laflin, 

Lai ley, 

Lamb , 

Lane , 

Leigh ton, 

Lightf oot, 

Linton, 

Macomber, 

Mahan, 

Mansfield, 

Manthorne, 

IJargeson, 

Mathews, 

Mayer, 

McCarthy, 



Frank R. 
John W. 
Frank 
Albert J. 
Michael T. 
Lugene J. 
George W. 
Eugene P. 
John J. 
Herbert P. 
Charles J. 
Edwin 
Robert F. 
Dwight C. 
Harry S. 
Myer 
Edwin C. 
Peter A. 
William 
Ellis P. 
John E. 
Dennis 
Joseph V. 
Fred A. 
Thomas 
David F. 
Charles W. 
John J. 
Patrick 
Louis R. 
Spurgeon C. 
William J. 
Charles E. 
John J. 
Walter M. 
Francis W. 
John F. 
Charles E. 
John 

Charles H. 
Thoiisa.s G. 
James A. 
Harry E. 
Charles h. 
Timothy A. 



376 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 193-9. 



Concluded. 



Special Police Offi 

McGorinack, 

McCrilli? , 

McGuire, 

McLaren, 

McLaughlin, 

McManus, 

Mercer, 

Merrill, 

Miner, 

Mitchell , 

Monard, 

Mooney, 

Moran, 

Morris, 

Morse, 

Moulton, 

Mullen, 

Murphy , 

Murphy , 

Murphy , 

Murphy, 

Murijhy, 

Murphy, 

Murphy , 

Mutch, 

Heal , 

Nelson, 

Newrnan, 

Newton, 

Nichols, 

O'Neil, 

O'Neil, 

Pearson, 

Peterson, 

Pickles, 

Pierce, 

Pigeon, 

Pillow, 

Rae, 

P.awlings, 

Rein, 

Rice, 

Riley, 

Rund, 

Attest: 



cers Sworn - conclud 
Appointed Farch 31 
Alexander B. 
George L. 
William H. 
Charles 
Lav;rence F. 
Edward P. 
William J. 
George F. 
John H. 
Timothy J. 
James L. 
John R. 
Edward E. 
Oscar A. 
Joshua Jr. 
RoTsert J. 
Patrick J. 
Daniel J. 
Frank 
John 
John J. 
Melville E. 
Timothy 
William J. 
Ernest 

John L. 

Samuel J. 

George F. 

George E. 

George W. 

Thomas F. 

Andrew J. 

Elof J. 

John C. 

Thomas 

George E. 

Edward J. 

Jackson 

Walter 

Henry V. 

Frank H. 

Alonzo H. 

James B. 

Allaert 



ed. 

. 1919. 
Sargent, 
Scanlon, 
Scriven, 
Sewal] , 
Sheridan, 
Short, 
Sidman, 
Simonds, 
Simpson, 
Sliney, 
Sloan, 
Smith, 

Sommerville, 
Sparks , 
Sparrow, 
Spofford, 
Stover, 
Strickland, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sweeney, 
Taggard, 
Tall on, 
Thomas, 
Thomas , 
Tobinsky, 
Toomey, 
Toomey , 
Villard, 
Vitale, 
Wakefield, 
Waldron, 
Walker, 
Y/allace, 
Walsh, 
Watts, 
Weir, 
Walsh, 
WTieeler, 
Wood, 
Woodbury, 
Woollard, 
Young, 



Frank G. 
Hugh F. 
Henry J. 
Frederick F. 
Matthew H. 
John J. 
Jacob 
Douglas 
William F. 
George IT. 
Bernard J. 
Charles E. 
William J. 
Clifton S. 
Frederick P. 
Frank M. 
Amos G. 
Francis V/. 
Daniel 
Eugene 
William H. 
Dennis 
Henry 

Nicholas C. 
Leo L. 
Leslie M. 
Daniel 
Timothy G. 
Timothy G. 
Frank 
Gaetano 
James E. 
Edward F. 
John H. 
Edwin E. 
George H. 
Joseph V/. 
William H. 
Richard H. 
H. Warren 
Joseph W. 
Eugene A. 
Leslie A. 
Clarence E. 




Chief Cler 



37!Z 



OFPICi; OF THE POLICE CQiOuilSSIOlttlR. 
2V Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, April 2, lyi^. 



Police Coininissioner 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 Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

Division #10, A. 0. H. by Patrick W. Melia, President, - to 
have a dancing party in Waverly Hall located on River street, Hyde 
Park, on Monday evening, April ?1, I^IV. 

Pastime Theatre Company by Samuel Y. Granby, Treasurer, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Roxbury Theatre located at 217O Washington street until 
August 1, lyiy. 



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



2052 Davis, 
670 Pinkham, 



William H. 
Harry J. 



34 Mozart st. , 
54 As tor St. 



The application of William K. Davis for a license #112,334 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 408 South Hunt- 
ington avenue was granted for the year ending June },0, lyiV. 



378 



BOSTON, VffiDlJESDAY, APRIL 2, lyl9. 



Contd. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 257 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Grazia Carbone on V/ednesday, April 2, current, from 2.3O 
to 4 p. m. 

Route: From Scollay square and Kanover street to Hanover, 
Endicott, Thacher, Prince, Salem, Charter, Battery and North streets, 
North square. Prince and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 

Giardini Band, consisting of twenti'-f ive musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to play in a wagon for the purpose 
of announcing the opening of the L. D. Griswold Company Bank on 
Prida^, April 4., current, from 4.30 to 8 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets throughout the Italian section of 
East Boston and the North End District of Boston. 



The followingnamed persons, appointed March 31, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Adams , 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Atwell , 

Balch, 

Batchelder, 

Beltis, 

Berce, 

Bissett, 

Bosworth, 

Bouldren, 

Brady , 

Brazel, 

Brazer, 

Brock, 

Brooks, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Buker, 

Burdick, 

Burns, 

Bruce, 

Burns, 



John H. 
Charles A. 
Gerhard J. 
Charles A. 
Allen E. 
Francis F. 
Walter H. 
Charles J. 
Frank H. 
Amasa W. 
William J. 
Henry F. 
Wellington S. 
Charles B. 
Harry C. 
George H. 
Francis A. 
Harry ViT, 
Mans on S. 
Roscoe D. 
Winthrop L. 
William C. 
Henry J. 
Kenneth R. 
William T. 



Burge, 
Cannell , 
Carr, 
Chandler, 
Claflin, 
Cajnpbell , 
Cfampbell , 
Cashin, 
Caswell , 
Clark, 
Clark, 
Clarke, 
Conlon, 
Corbett, 
Cramer , 
Crocker, 
Daley, 
DeBrasch, 
Delaney , 
Denehy, 
Dermody, 
Desmond, 
Dineen, 
. Ditchett, 
Dodge, 



Howard V/. 
Leon G. 
George T. 
Herbert T. 
Charles A. 
Bennett J. 
William H. 
John J. 
Adelbert L. F 
Rogers D. 
William 
Frank E. 
Francis J. 
Jame s H . 
James E. 
William A. 
Daniel V/. 
Alessandro S. 
James t. 
Daniel J. 
Richard 
Jeremiah J. 
Dennis 
Henry 
John T. 



379 



BOSTOW. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1^1 9. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - contd. 

Appointed March 31, lyi^- 



Donnelli' , 

Dooley, 

Downer, 

Driver, 

Dupee, 

Dupee, 

Durbeck, 

Dutch, 

Edson, 

Emerson, 

English, 

Ewing, 

Ferguson, 

Fisher, 

Fitts, 

Fitzgerald, 

Gallagher, 

Gammon, 

Gardner, 

Goodspeed, 

Goodwin, 

Goodwin, 

Graham, 

Gray , . 

Greer, 

Griffin, 

Griffin, 

Griffith, 

Hall, 

Hannan, 

Hasty, 

Hawkins, 

Hayward, 

Heartz, 

Henes, 

Henessey , 

Higgins, 

Hogan, 

Howe, 

Huggs , 

Hunt, 

Hyland, 

Johnson, 

Jones, 

Keane , 



Joseph S. 
Michael J. 
William E. 
Harold B. 
Stephen G. 
William 0. 
George E. 
Dana M. 
Frank A. 
David E. 
Martin E. 
William L. 
John D. 
Rollin B. 
Hugh 

Patrick J. 
John J. 
James \7. 
Edward F. 
George L. 
Lester J. 
Locke D. 
Lewis H. 
Lor in S. 
Joseph J. 
Henry H. 
John H. 
Henry 
Lee V. 
James E. 
William B. 
Selby 
Jame s T . 
Robert H. 
John 
William 
James A. 
John E. 
James C. 
Philip 
Joseph 
Sumner F. 
John P. 
Edgar W. Sr, 
William J. 



Kelly, 

Kittredge, 

Kl i ne , 

Lane, 

Lawley, 

Laws on, 

Leavitt, 

LeClair, 

Leggett, 

Leonard, 

Leslie, 

Long, 

hovf, 

Lydston, 

Lynch, 

Lynch, 

Lyons, 

MacDonald, 

Mackin, 

Maher, 

Martin, 

McCarthy, 

McCarthy, 

McDonald, 

McDonough, 

McDonough, 

McGuire, 

Maclnnis, 

Mel 1 eh, 

Merrick, 

Middleton, 

Moore, 

Mosher, 

Mott, 

MulcaJiy, 

Murphy , 

Murray , 

ITewell , 

O'Connor, 

O'Leary, 

Ollive, 

Otis, 

Paine, 

Palmer, 

Park, 



Thomas H. 
Edward K. 
Stephen J. 
Thonxas J. 
Josephi H. 
Warren S. 
Frank S. 
Joseph A. 
George A. 
Andrew J. 
B. A. 
John G. 
Moses M. 
Albert L. 
Bartholomew J. 
John T. 
Andrew 
Henry P. 
Thomas F. 
Michael J. 
Earl R. 
Cornelius E. 
Patrick F. 
John A. 
John T. 
Peter 
Daniel 
Alexander 
Bernard F. 
Arthur C. 
Benjamin F. 
William S. 
David M. 
George F. 
William J. 
Jeremiah 
Jaraes 
Charles F. 
Wil] iam 
Patrick 
James F. 
Charles H. 
Atkins 
Charles J. 
Frank E. 



380 



BOSTON, WEDITESDAY, APRIL 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 



Appointed March 31, I919, 



Parker, 

Peterson, 

Petit, 

Pinkerton, 

Peers, 

Polk. 

Pond, 

Power, 

Rogers, 

Ruhl, 

Russell, 

Seaward, 

Shaw, 

Sherman, 

Siney, 

Smi th , 

Snow, 

Sproul , 

Steppe, 



Eben 
G. Waldo 
Henry A. 
George F. Jr. 
Joseph H. 
Thomas W. 
Fred E. 
Cornelius H. 
Jesse A. 
Jaraes C. 
Arthur B. 
Forest T. 
Samuel P. Jr. 
William B. 
V/illiam H. 
Edward P. 
Edjnund B. 
Louis R. 
Charles A. 
Wright, 



Stevens, 
Steward, 
Stockton, 
Sullivan, 
Swan, 
Thorn, 
Thompson, 
Toland, 
True, 
Tyrrell, 
Walsh, 
Walsh, 
Webster, 
Weeks, 
Wendell, 
Wetherbee, 
Whitcomb. 
Wixon, 
Woodruff, 
William T. 



Charles H. 
George K. 
Philip 
Daniel 
Eddy F. 
James 
Frank P. 
Joseph G. 
Edward p. 
Edward G. 
Prank E. 
Y/illiam H. 
George 
Phil C. 
Walter T. 
Charles E. 
Warren H. 
Anthony K. 
Washington 



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



1841 


Shaughnessy, 


James F. 


Conductor, 


1590 


Blessington, 


James 


N 


1541 


Lincoln, 


Clifton W. 


H 


2884 


McManus, 


John F. 


*l 


2621 


Forte, 


Luke 


n 


2625 


Shaw, 


Charles H. 


n 


2898 


Reardon, 


John A. 


II 


3605 


Le/.iar , 


Clarence 


II 


3598 


Kelleher, 


John J. 


N 


4220 


Browne, 


Frank H. 


II 


1427 


Eamondson, 


William 


II 


1673 


Kraby , 


Thurston 0. 


II 


1394 


Gallant, 


Joseph IT. 


It 


1748 


King. 


Francis P. 


H 


1142 


Webber, 


Julian T. 


H 



33i 



BOSTON, WEDlffiSDAY. APRIL 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



1375' 


Chisam, 


Henry B. 


Conductor, 


1649 


Driscoll , 


John C. 


II 


2092 


Clougherty, 


John P. 


•1 


2533 


Berry, 


Chester C. 


H 


2077 


Mason, 


George V/. 


II 


206 


Colby, 


George R. 


II 


3492 


Mayo, 


Stephen L. 


N 


345-5 


Fitzgerald, 


Daniel 


II 


3100 


Coyne, 


Austin J. 


II 


4098 


aidredge. 


John B. 


It 


4477 


Rubino, 


Joseph 


n 


4184 


McPartland, 


Patrick J. 


II 


4010 


Miller, 


Leroy A. R. 


II 


4584 


Decker, 


Walter 0. 


II 


1377 


Barter, 


Janes J. A. 


II 


1408 


Clay, 


Walter M. 


II 


2242 


Kiinsharf , 


Frank A. 


H 


4111 


Cross, 


Carlton Jr, 


II 


084 


C^ueeney, 


Patrick J. 


II 


1856 


Baker, 


William H. 


II 


1620 


Scanlon, 


Patrick J. 


II 


1862 


Farley, 


Michael 


It 


13^0 


McFarlane, 


jaiiies A. 


II 


2103 


herrick. 


Charles F. 


11 


2893 


Bixby, 


Harry A. 


11 


2632 


Hurley, 


Herbert V/. 


II 


2483 


Murray , 


George W. 


It 


3352 


Lesser, 


Louis L. 


11 


3400 


McAuliffe, 


John P. 


n 


3533 


Williams, 


Arthur W. 


n 


3093 


Thurston, 


Arthur E. 


•1 


4294 


Kernaghan, 


William 


II 


1568 


Reynolds, 


Joseph B. 


II 


1869 


Mills, 


Stephen M. 


n 


1883 


Fitz, 


William H. 


n 


2420 


Wade , 


Roland R. 


N 


2028 


Coyle, 


Edward 


II 


3157 


Smith, 


Chester S. 


N 


3206 


0' Connor, 


Daniel LI. 


M 


0198 


Young, 


Robert J. 


tt 


1412 


Spiers, 


Samuel J. 


Motorman, 


1067 


Dignan, 


Edward M. 


•1 


1033 


Carpi, 


Albert A. 


II 


1717 


McCulloch, 


Fred J. 


II 


1399 


Barron, 


Chester D. 


II 


1287 


Edwards, 


Rupert J. 


H 



382 



BOSTON, VVEDMaSDAY, APRIL 2, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



1732 


Al dr i ch , 


Thomas V/. 


Motorinan, 


44C6 


Healey, 


Bartholomew 


•1 


1614 


Cohen, 


Patrick P. 


n 


1441 


Parsons, 


Thomas 


" ! 


244 


Mason, 


George V/. 


H 1 


206 


Colby, 


George R. 


" ■ 1 


2129 


Crowell, 


Janes J. 


« 1 


1767 


Clark, 


William W. 


" 


1169 


person. 


Jesse K. 


•1 


1752 


Hunter, 


Elijah G. 


" 


3014 


Kolverson, 


Thomas S. 


II 


1764 


Hawley, 


William 


•1 


I75& 


Hicks, 


Floyd L. 


II 


273B 


Downes, 


Frank J. 


II 


2085 


Ching, 


Cyrus S. 


II 


353 


Clee, 


Arthur L. 


II 


3369 


Patterson, 


Fred I. 


II 


2565 


Norton, 


George D. 


M 


249a 


Conroy, 


Thomas F. 


n 


4110 


Lyiiian, 


Charles A. 


It 


4245 


Parodi, 


Joseph J. B. 


II 


244 


kason, 


George W. 


Starter, 


206 


Colby, 


George R. 


H 


353 


Clee, 


Arthur L. 


II 



The application of John Duchini for a Wagon License 
#1074 to locate in front of 753 Dudley street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, I919. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



p 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, April 3, 1919 



383 



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



The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



Tne application of Thomas Meighan jr. for an Amusement 
License to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Lotus Bungalow located at 82 Babson street, Dorchester, 
until August 1, 1919 1 was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved, 



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* 



036OE Curry, Howard J. 
108879 LaCroix, Harry J. 



in a garage at 462 Brookline av. , 
" " '• " xu at. Botolph St 



The application of Hyman Baron, 10 Parkman street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1919. 



The application of John H. Andreado for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 104 "A" Harrison avenue was granted for 
, the year ending April 30. 1919 • 



I 



384 



JiOSTOlJ , TilUiibJJAY, Afiilij j, X^iy. 



uontd. 



Tne following named persons, appointed March 31. current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumhent on them as special police officers. 



Ahern, 

Berry, 

Berry, 

Bert rand, 

±jisToee , 

Blaisdell, 

Boden, 

Boushell, 

Bugtee , 

Burns, 

Burns, 

Burr, 

Casey, 

Carter, 

ClasTay, 

Coleman, 

Connery, 

Crawford, 

Crowe, 

Cuiien, 

Curley, 

Davis, 

Denton, 

Deacy, 

Dolan, 

Doyle, 

Durgan , 

Dwyer, 

Eaton, 

Ellis, 

Pay, 

Pasanello, 

Flynn, 

Foley, 

Fox, 

Gaffney, 

Gallagher, 

Galvin, 

Golding, 

Gould, 

Green, 

Gregory, 

Haley, 
Handley, 



William 
Amos H. 
David A. 
Alfred W. 
Ellsworth 0. 
Joseph G. 
FranK W. 
Edward J. 
Frank A. 
James 

Jeremiah A. 
Sidney A. 
John J. 
Cnarles C. 
Thomas H. 
William J. 
John 

Eenry J. 
Thomas F. 
Jonn 

Daniel J. Jr. 
Albert E. 
Fred A. 
Michael J. 
Michael A. 
Michael J. 
Joseph L. 
Bartholomew J. 
Harry W. 
Edward M. 
Harvey G. 
Joseph V. 
Dennis J. 
William A. 
Michael J. 
Carleton P. 
Janes T. 
Thomas J. 
James 
ROyai A. 
George W. 
Edward R. 
Harry S. 
Herbert L. 



Horrigan, 

Holbrook, 

numpnrey, 

nunter, 

Aenney, 

lane, 

iiangiey, 

Leary, 

Little, 

Mawhinney, 

McAllister, 

McBreen, 

McCarthy, 

McCool, 

McDonald, 

Mclver, 

McKane , 

McLaughlin, 

McLean, 

McMannanna , 

Montgomery, 

MO ran, 

Mo rgan , 

Morse, 

Morse, 

Moylan , 

Mull in, 

Muiloy, 

Muriaty, 

Murphy , 

Nash, 

Ijeal, 

Neville, 

Nott, 

O'iirien, 

Peoples, . 

Pierce, 

Policy, 

Purslow, 

Reilly, 

Ripley, 

Hooinson, 

Root, 

Rosebrook, 



John H. 
Henry W. 
Edward A. 
Alfred 
John J. 
Arthur 13. 
Frank a. 
John J. 
Philip L. 
Lewis E. 
Frank 
Peter J. 
Jeremiah J. 
William P. 
John B. 
j:^enneth D. 
Alfred 
John H. 
John 

Anthony D. 
Frederick B. 
jonn F. 
John H. 
Clifford E. 
Edwin B. 
Frank H. 
James A. 
Edward F. 
Eugene 
John F. 
Henry M. 
James a. 
Joseph P. 
Benjamin F. 
George 
Jajnes 
AlDion K. 
cnarles L. 
Tnomas J. 
Thomas 
Frank 0. 
Frank T. 
Artiiur E. 
cnarles D. 



385 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, APBIL 3, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed March 31, 1919. 



Russell, 


lie Is on 


Waelde, 


Charles M. 


Ryan, 


John F. 


Welch, 


Patrick J. 


Sennott, 


Francis L. 


Wheeler, 


Ernest H. 


Smi th , 


Thomas 


White, 


Willard E. 


Sullivan, 


Cornelius 


Whitley, 


Joseph 


Sullivan, 


Martin 


Whitman, 


John P. 


Sullivan, 


Patrick F. 


Will, 


James 


Swan, 


Charles A. 


Wood, 


Charles H. 


Towle, 


George B. 


Moen, 


Michael P. 



The application of Patrolman John J. Reardon of Division 
6 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of James Hannon, a deserter from the United States Army, 
was granted. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending April 3. current, was approved as follows:- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House t'atrons 



War service. 

Total, 



#45,141.94 

618.19 

506.19 

181.39 

53.23 

4^46,502.94 
114.09 



. 1^46,617.03 



Attest; 




Chief Clerji 



386 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Fridai', April 4, I919. 



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

The records of Thureday last were read and approved. 



James \V. Larkin, who resigned October 17, I918, to 
enter the United States Arm^ , having filed the necessary certificate 
is hereby reinstated in the Department as a clerk in the Chief 
Clerk's Office, to take effect Friday, April 4, current, at 9 
o' clock, A. M. 



The application of John T. Grivae for an Amusement License 
to have an entertainment and wrestling bout in Pilgrim Hall located 
at 694 Washington street on Friday evening, April 11, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



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



1909 Roach, 
I90tl Ryan, 



Garrett D. 
Frank A. 



34 Adelaide st. , 
75 E. Brookline st. 



BOSTOn, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Agnar B. V/iketrom for a license 
#107,448 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at I9 
Fordham road was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The applications of Sdward G. Woods for a transfer of 
his three licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted; 



049 ijA ) 

0495B r 

0495D 



from a garage at 
to " " " 
from " " " 
to " " " 



272 West ITewton st., 
19 Fordham rd. , 

160 Brighton av. , 
19 Fordham rd. 



387 



The application of Samuel Parker, 15 Morrriandy street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License for one musician in an auto truck to 
accompany the reception committee for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines 
for the purpose of raising funds for the Association by the sale of 
music on Pemberton square at the corner of Tremont row on Saturday, 
April 5 and 12, current, from 1 to 6 p. m. , 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, 19^9 • 



Canning, 
Collins, 
Farrell, 
Newman , 



Thomas F. Jr. 159 Curve st., E. Dedham, 
approved by Frank H. Wright, Assistant Cashier, 

Second National Bank, 
Timothy C. 47 Chestnut st. , G. D. , 

approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Terminal Division, Boston & Maine Railroad, 
John R. 76 Carruth St., Ashmont, 

approved by Fred H. Robinson, Superintendent, 

Walker Building, 120 Boylston st., 
George F. 16 Lee st., Somerville, 

approved by A. Whittaker, Vice President, 
Massachusetts Trust Company. 



388 



BOSTON, FRIDA.Y, APRIL 4, 1919- 



Contd. 



The 
avenue, for a 
was granted for 



application of Charles G. Chapman, '^'^d Blue Hill 
license #013650 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
year ending March 1, 1920. 



the 



The application of Charles C. Chapman for a license 
#B22962 to set up and use a Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 
1243 Blue Hill avenue was granted until March 1, 1920. 



his Sight- 
west Gorne 
was grante 

I This 
passengers 
stands hel 
sight-aeei 
passengers 

, they expre 



The application of Charles C. Chapman for a location for 

seeing Automobile License #E22962 on Oakland street, south- 

r of River street, in front of the Mattapan Natioiial Bank, 

d. 

designation is granted on the express condition that 

received at this stand shall not be transferred at other 
d by the above named or others or at other places to other 
ng automobiles, except in cases of emergency; and that 

received at this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
ss a desire to alight elsewhere. 



The following named persons, appointed March 31. current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Alcorn, 

Alexander, 

Baxter, 

Beck, 

Bo Ian, 

Brennan, 

Br ophy , 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Browne, 

Bryson, 

Burrill , 

Carmody, 

Carven, 

Gordon, 



William J. 
Richard H. 
William F. 
John 
Henry A. 
James N. 
John E. 
James D. 
John A. 
Joseph 3. 
William J. 
Robert E. 
Michael J. 
John L. 
Robert 
Murphy , 



Cavanaugh, 
Clark, 
Jr. Cloney, 
Coffey, 
Conley, 
Connell, 
Connor, 
Costello, 
Coughlin, 
Cronin, 
Crozier, 
Curamings, 
Davison, 
Dillon, 
Moroney, 
James E. 



Simon J. 
William 
Thomas F. 
Charles C. 
Patrick H. 
Joseph L. 
Daniel F. 
John D. 
James D. 
David J. 
James R. 
Patrick W. 
George A. 
John A. 
David C. 



389 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, l^l^. 

Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed March 31, 1919« 



Contd. 



Dillon, 

Doherty, 

Dolan, 

Dolan, 

Donohoe, 

Donovan, 

Doyle, 

Driscoll, 

Duggan, 

Dunn, 

Enholia, 

Fahey, 

Farrell, 

Felch, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzpatrick, 

Flanagan, 

Foley , 

Gargan, 

Green, 

Griffin, 

Guthrie, 

Hickey, 

Higgina, 

Higgins, 

Hill, 

Koff, 

Hurley, 

Kane, 

Keane, 

Keenan, 

Kelley, 

Kerrigan, 

Kerrigan, 

Keyes, 

Killion, 

Leonard, 

Littlef ield. 

Lynch, 

Maguire, 

Mahoney, 

Mahoney, 

kc Car thy, 

McCarthy, 

McEldowney , 



John F. 
William J. 
John J. 
William H. 
John B. 
Y/illiam C. 
Michael F. Jr. 
Timothy J. 
John 

Frederick T. 
Harold G. 
John J . 
James J. 
Lawrence M. 
David K. 
John 3. 
Benjamin J. 
Thomas J. 
Michael J. 
ThomasF. 
Benjamin J. A. 
Dennis J. 
James A. 
Frank F. 
John F. 
Wilbur "W. 
Robert H. 
Jonas 
Daniel G. 
John T. 
Michael D. 
James H. 
John P. 
Augustine G. 
Thomas F. 
Joseph P. 
Patrick 
Christopher T. 
Frank D. 
John A. 
James F. 
Dennis Q. 
Dennis T. 
Jeremiah P. 
Thomas C . 
Ernest 

Wood, Ri 



McKeon, 
McLaughlin, 
McNamara, 
McNulty, 
Metcalf , 
McConnon, 
Mossman, 
Moynihan, 
Newcomb, 
Nolan, 
Nolan, 
Norton, 
Noyes, 
O'Brien, 
O'Brien, 
O'Connor, 
O'Donnell, 
O'Hare, 
O'Mara, 
O'Mara, 
Owens, 
Paget, 
Phalan, 
Pollard, 
Pumphret, 
i^uinn, 
Q,uinn, 
Regan, 
Rick, 
Ripley, 
Robertson, 
Roe, 

Scanlon, 
Silva, 
Spellman, 
Stinson, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sumner, 
Sweeney, 
Turell, 
Watson, 
Webb, 
Welch, 
7/e 1 ch , 
Wilson, 
chard 



John F. 
Patrick J. 
Jai.-ies J. 
Patrick J. 
Joseph H. 
Francis H. 
Henry C. 
Jeremiah J . 
Arthur W. 
James H. 
John H. 
Frank L. 
Walter H. 
Daniel J. 
Michael J. 
Dennis J. 
George H. 
Michael C. 
Edward J. 
James P. 
Cornelius 
Charles E. 
George E. 
Thomas B. 
Micl-iael J. 
James A. 
William V. 
James 
John 

Joseph P. 
Roger J. 
John A. 
Cornelius J. 
Antonio 
Bartholomew E, 
William K. 
Florence A. 
Patrick T. 
Stanley, 
James J. 
William C. 
Thomas J . 
William 
Frank E. 
Richard 
Frank H. 



390 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, APHIL 4, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



The application of the Cosmopolitan Express for a Wagon 
License ;fB20970 to locate in front of 15 Merchants row was granted 
for the year ending June 30, lyi^. 



The application of Louis Sissenwine for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 1445 Dorchester avenue was 
returned to the Board of Street Cornraissioners approved. 



The application of patroltjian John E. Driver of Division 2 
for leave of absence from duty for three days, coimnencing April 
4, current, on account of the death of his mother was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Patrolrnan Richard A. Fisher of Division 
3 to "be reimbursed in tJie sum of Three and 73/100 (3«73) Dollars 
being the cost of a nev\|blue helmet to replace one destroyed while 
arresting Charles Lasso of the U. S. S. Housatonic for drunkenness 
on hanover street on April 1, current, was granted. 



Attest: 



«J^ 



ef Clerk9 



Chief C 



391 



0FFIC3 OF THE POLICE COMiiISSIOJ^IER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, April 5i ^^^'i* 



Police Commissioner Curtis being absent today, the 
Superintendent of Police, Michael H. Crowley, was at the office of 
the Corojnissioner and as acting coinmissioner transacted the follow- 
ing business: 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The resignation of James V/. Laricin, reinstated April 4, 
current, as a clerk, having been presented, it was accepted to take 
effect Saturday, April 5. current. 



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

Nelson H. Grover - to have a moving picture in Jordan Hall 
located at 2^4 Huntington avenue on Monday evening, April 7, 1919. 

New Boston Alleys by C. J. Dore - to have two bowling contest 
in the i:ew Boston Alleys located at 167 Washington street on 
Monday evening, April 14, and Thursday evening, April 17, current. 



The application of Warren E. Franklin, 137 Harold street, 
Roxbury, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2056 was 
granted for the year ending June 30, 1919« 



392 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Warren S. Franklin for a license 
#114,054- to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 126 
Humboldt avenue, Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30» 
1919. 



Charles W. Amoss, appointed March 12, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on hira as a private detective. 



The application of John T. Buckley, 26O South street, 
Bridgewater, approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, American 
Railwa;> Express Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31. l')^19« 



The application of William I. Karp for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 112 Northampton street 
to 106 Northampton street was granted. 



The following named persons, appointed March 31, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incwabent on them as special police officers. 



Brickley, 

Conroy, 

Donovan, 



Patrick J. 
Albert M. 
William H, 



Lynch, 

McDonald, 

Smith, 



Robert E, 
Edward W. 
James 



The application of Max Saltzman for a Wagon License 
#B28,017 to locate in front of 32 Court square was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919. 



393 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY. APRIL 5. 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Daniel R. McLean of Division 
10 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Daniel Foley, a deserter from the U. S. Navy, was granted. 



Attest; 




Chief Clerk 



394 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
2^ Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, April 7, I919. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



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

William R. Chaffee, Agent, - to have a dancing party in the 
Allston Dansant located at 138 Brighton avenue on Llonday evening. 
May 12, I919. 

Marie A. Reardon - to have a concert and dance in the Municipal 
Building located on Broadway on Friday evening, liay 23, current. 



The application of Myron A. Y/ard, 13 Woodville street, 
Roxbury, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1910 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, I919. 



The application of Donald A. Allen for a license #&9,575 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 3 Rockland 
street, Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30i 1919. 



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* 

130 Kt. Vernon st., W. H. 
47 Ware Hall, Cambridge, 
185 Walnut av., Roxbury, 
Manager, Boston American, 8C 

Sumiaer st. 



Bogart, 






William 


M. 


Dickerraan, 






Emerson 


L. 


Pearlraan, 






Samuel 




approved 


by 


E 


. M. McSweeney, 



395 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph Bligh, 44 Bromfield street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License for two musicians to play in an auto 
truck at the corner of Washington and Summer streets and Treinont and 
Beacon streets, to assist the Legion of Allied Veterans to raise 
funds for the purpose of providing employment for service men on 
Tuesday, April 8, and Wednesday, April 9, current, from 10 a. m. to 
6 p. m. , was granted. License granted by Overseers of Poor. 



Officers 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
for the year ending March 31. ly20. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Ash, 

Barry, 

Carr, 

Cuneo, 

Bickford, 

Brennan, 

Brennan, 

Buckley, 

Bulman, 

Cameron, 

Carlson, 

Chessman, 

Colieary, 

Connolly, 

Dodds, 

Dooley, 

Dooley , 

Downey , 

Downey, 

Elwell, 

Galway, 

Gardner, 

Gilday , 

Glasheen, 

Guide, 

Harrington, 

Horrigan, 

Howe, 

Howe, 

Hurlbert, 

Innis, 

Jacobs, 

Johnson, 



Harry 
George F. 
William N. 
James J. 
Walter H. 
George W. 
Patrick H. 
Thomas 
, James J. 
Ewen G. 
Charles J. 
George P. 
Michael E. 
Frank J. 
Samuel A. 
Bartholomew J. 
John 3. 
John A. 
Patrick J. 
Albion 
John L. 
Joseph P. 
Edward H. 
Michael 
Anthony 
John P. 
Jeremiah P. 
Frederick V 
James A. 
Charles J. 
Nicholas J. 
Ira M. 
Hilary J. 



y 



The School Committee of the 
City of Boston, Thornton 
Apollonio, Secretary, 
school-houses of the City 

Boston, 



D. 



of 



396 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 7. 1919 ^ 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Johnson, 


James S. 


Kelley, 


Daniel T. 


Keiley, 


John H. 


Kelley, 


Luke 


Kendricken, 


William M. 


Keenan, 


Joseph T. 


Kinsley, 


William A. 


Latrobe, 


Jarnes F. 


Leonard, 


Frank J. 


Linnehan, 


Francis P. 


Iladden, 


John J . 


Lynsky, 


William L. 


Mahoney, 


Henry J. 


Mahoney, 


Humphrey C 


Manning, 


Patrick F. 


McCloekey , 


John 


McLaughlin, 


Charles 


McLaughlin, 


John G. 


McLean, 


Logan A. 


McLean, 


Walter 


Meyer, 


Carl F. 


Moore, 


Edward A. 


Murphy , 


John J. 


Murphy, 


Michael H. 


Mus grave. 


Chester L. 


Nelson, 


Alexander 


Nolan, 


John L. 


Norris, 


Janes E. 


Norton, 


John J . 


Nugent, 


Florence J 


O'Brien, 


Patrick A. 


0» Connor, 


Jeremiah J 


0' Reagan, 


Dennis J. 


Philbrick, 


Charles N. 


Powers, 


Patrick F. 


Priest, 


Carl I. 


Riordan, 


John 


Robinson, 


Simeon 


Sargent, 


Joel 


Sennott, 


David F. 


Smith, 


John J. 


Sullivan, 


Edward 


Tighe, 


Patrick W. 


Tiinrnons, 


John J. 


Tolan, 


John F. 


Washburn, 


Frank L. 


Wellington, 


George F. 



The School Committee of the City 
of Boston, Thornton D. Apollonio, 
Secretary, school-houses of the 
city of Boston, 



39Z 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 7. 1919- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Oificera, Employers. 



White, Jeremiah J 

Winchenbaugh, Isaac H. 
Winthrop.B. Robinson 
Smith, William H. 

Bartlett, Charles C. 



Bird, 

Delay, 

Dignan, 

Driscoll, 

Harrington, 

McDermott, 

Padden, 

Roach, 

Sullivan, 

Blinn, 



Brennan, 

Cochran, 

Dooley, 

Driscoll , 

Driscoll, 

Eichorn, 

Folkins, 

Jones, 

Lyons, 

Miller, 

Odian, 

Pinkham, 

Reagan, 

Q,u i nn , 

Cahill, 

Levy, 

Casale, 



Walter C, 
Daniel J. 
Thomas A. 
Timothy G, 
James R. 
Edward J. 
James H. 
Thomas J . 
Dennis J. 
George W. 



Michael J. 
Charles 
Patrick J. 
Francis J. 
Jeremiah H. 
V/illiam C. 
Fred C. 
Thomas J. 
Toby 
Ira F. 
Livingstone 
Walter F. 
Joseph P. 
Edward 
George F 
John 



The School Committee of the City 
of Boston, Thornton D. 
Apollonio, Secretary, school- 
houses of the city of Boston, 
Imperial Amusement Company, 
P. F. Lydon, President, 
619 Broadway, 
The American Sugar Refining Co., 
Rufus C. Folsom, Acting Supt., 
47 Granite st., S. Boston, 



Northern Avenue Stores & Dock Corpn. 

George W. Blinn, President, 
New Haven Terminal Stores, 312-316 
] Congress st., 

Captain George p. Carter, Infantry 
U. S. A., V/arehouse A, Burling- 
ton av,. Zone Supply Office, I08 
I.Tassachusetts av. , and all ware- 
houses under the jurisdiction of 
the Zone Supply Officer, 



•f 



Cj.ark, 



peter G. 



Samuel 



Supreme Theatre Corporation, 
H. M. Rambach, President, 
292 Centre st., J. P. , 
Bunker Hill Boys' Club, 
H. G. LeRoy, Director, 

15 Green st. , CD., 
John Henes, Manager, 
Apollo Theatre, 

1050 V/ashington st., 



398 



BOSTON, MONDAY. APRIL 7, 1919- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



Donovan, 

Doyle, 

Farrell, 

Foley, 

Keenan, 

Kinsman, 

McDevitt, 

O'Brien, 

Shedd, 

Williams, 

Fallon, 



Fitzgerald, 

Henderson, 

Macdonald, 

Rooney, 

Williams, 



John D. 
John 

Thomas W. 
John J. 
Thomas H. 
George H. 
Cornelius 
Miles J. 
Frank 
Frederick^ 
Thomas H. 



Cornelius 
William E 
Daniel 
Bernard 
peter J. 



City of Boston, Transit Department 

B. Leighton Beal , Secretary, 
premises under construction by 
the Transit Department, 



>> 



q- 



M 



Pastime Theatre Company, 
William \/hite, Manager, 
Olympic Theatre, 
6 Bowdoin square, 
A. Massachusetts Hospital Life Ins. 
Co., Howard Stockton, Actuary, 
40-50 State st., 
Clyde Steamship Company, 

J. A. Collins, Agent, 
sauth side of Lewis Vtoarf, Pier, 
Odd Fellows Hall Association, 
George F, Clark, President, 
515 Tremont St., & 4 Berkeley st, 
Victor J. Morris, 
Loew's Orpheum, 

413 Washington st., 
J. H. Brennan, Manager, 

Loew's Nev/ Columbia Theatre, 
978 Washington at. 



The following named persons, appointed March 31, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
pLuties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Allen. 

Baker, 

Barker, 

Bergh, 

Brooks, 

Bryson, 

Burns , 

Callahan, 



John T. 
Edmund J. 
Ernest 
Nicholas 
Thomas 
Charles M. 
Andrew 
Cornelius J. 



Carey, 

Caverly, 

Clark, 

Cogger, 

Collins, 

Collins, 

Cunniff , 

Daley, 



John J. 
William C. 
Edwin A. 
Thomas W. 
John F. 
John J. 
John 
Michael 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919. 



399 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed March 31, I919. 



Daahner, 


Emery J. 


Lyons, 


William P. 


Davis, 


Albert T. 


McDevi tt. 


Patrick 


Dow, 


Thomas 


McDonald, 


Thomas F. 


Dowd, 


Francis J. 


McCann, 


Robert 


Downing, 


Joseph J. 


McLaughlin, 


Stephen F. 


Eaton, 


Seth E. 


McManus , 


Michael 


Fales, 


Edward A. 


Mulicerin, 


I/ichael J. 


Farren, 


Neil 


Mullen, 


James F. 


Flaherty, 


John J. 


Murray, 


James E. 


Fay. 


Richard J. 


Murphy, 


John 


F inner an. 


John H. 


Mus grave. 


William E. 


Foley, 


John J. 


Mus grave. 


William E. J 


Ford, 


Charles H. 


Murphy, 


John 


Galvin, 


James J . 


Neal , 


Harold B. 


Graham, 


John J. 


Ochs, 


Joseph 


Hill, 


Claude C. 


' Leary , 


Thomas 


Hollaiia, 


jjaniex j. 


0' Toole, 


Martin 


Holmes, 


George L. 


Osh, 


John 


Holyoke, 


Arthur H. 


Page, 


Charles E. 


Hyde. 


John A, 


Rand , 


Charles T. 


Kane, 


Martin 


Russell, 


John S. 


King. 


Tarrant P. 


Snov/, 


James 


Kinney, 


Frank E. 


Sullivan, 


Florence 


Kinney, 


Fred'i*. * 


Shea, 


Timothy J. 


Knauber, 


Ludwig 


Thompson, 


Charles J. 


Lane, 


Bertelle L. 


Turnbull , 


Augustine P. 


Lebherz, 


Jacob J. 


Y/hite. 


Harry H. 


Lyons, 


John J. 


Woodruff, 


Frederick 0. 




Ziminerman, 


Ernest 





Jr. 



On the application of the Boston Elevated Railway Company 
by J. H. Neal, President, licenses were granted to the following 
named persons as conductors and motonaen in the employ of said 
company;- 



0200 


Campbell, 


Charles J. 


Conductor 


012y 


Colbert, 


Patrick F. 


It 


2224 


Dillon, 


William T. 


n 


1330 


Federal, 


Sylvester H. 


n 



400 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 7, 1919 . 



Gontd, 



Boston Elevated Ey. Licenses Granted - concluded. 



05 


MagnuBon, 


John 


Conductor, 


0193 


McGoldrick, 


Robert H. 


II 


13^7 


Shaw, 


Francis J. 


11 


0199 


Sweeney, 


Ernest J. 


•1 


4568 


Tribe, 


Byron E. 


It 


1397 


Welch, 


John F. 


ti 


0198 


Young, 


Robert J. 


II 


051 


Adams , 


Alfred J. 


Motorman, 


0188 


Barry, 


James G. 


II 


0271 


Cain, 


Leo J. 


M 


0267 


Champion, 


John W. 


II 


2224 


Cripps, 


Frank 


•1 


0244 


Farrell, 


Thomas F. 


II 


1036 


Fitzsimrnons, 


William 


n 


0269 


Hamilton, 


George H. 


H 


3065 


Harvey, 


Charles A. 


It 


0268 


Hillis, 


Joseph E. 


II 


2089 


Homer, 


Charles F. 


II 


0274 


Kelly, 


John J. 


n 


0270 


Keohane, 


Cornelius J. 


ti 


0154 


Murray , 


Dougall A. 


n 


1399 


licDevitt, 


Henry 


It 


027:? 


Richard, 


Arthur H. Jr. 


It 


2035 


Vessey, 


Raymond T. ' 


It 



The application of Patrolman Arthur D. Madden of Division 
9 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing April 
7, current, on account of the death of his brother at Lynn, was 
granted without pay. 



^1 



BOSTON, MOIJDAY, APRIL 7. 1919. 



Concluded. 



The applicatione 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 



Olin, 
Weiler, 



Louis 293 Washington st. 
Jason & Sons 37^ Washington st. 



Attest: 




Chief ClerK 



402 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COM^/ilSSIOlIER. 
2'5/ Pexaberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, April 8, l^^ly. 



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

The records of Mondai* last were read and approved. 



The application of Albert Cook for an Auctioneer's 
License at l8 Abbott street v/as granted for the year ending December 

31. lyi^. 



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

14 Eyron st. , 
93 V/altham st. , 
if Cawfield st. 



1919 


Griffin, 


James J. 


lyii?' 


Herman, 


Alonzo H. 


767 


Llason, 


Walter T. 



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

65076 Johnson, Charles A. 
11^503 Mason, Walter T. 



in a garage at 
II II II II 



293 Northampton st., 
610 Columbia rd. 



^3 



BOSTOIJ, TUilSDA:^, APRIL 8. 1919. 



Contd. 



The following naiaed. persons, appointed March 31, current, 
appeared and roade oath to faithfully and impartially perforr/i all the 
duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Bailey, 

Eeeden, 

Buckley, 

Burns tead, 

Bumstead, 

Canniff , 

Canty, 

Churchill , 

Colbert, 

Coffin, 

Coghlan, 

Coughlin, 

Crane, 

Crehan, 

Cunningham, 

Dav i s , 

Doherty, 

Farrell, 

Geoghegan, 

Goldthwaite, 

Griffin, 

Haff, 

Harrington, 

Karris, 

Holbrook, 

Hunter, 

Kinnaly , 



Harry C. 
Henry 
Daniel 
Patrick 
Thomas 
John 
John D. 
Edsyl 
Isaac J. 
George E. 
Francis J. 
John J. 
Jeremiah J. 
Michael M. 
John 
Henry 
Michael 
John T. 
Patrick 
Charles E. 
John 

George L. 
Cornelius 
Robert G, 
Ozro H. 
Harry 
John F. 



Krook, 

Lufkin, 

Manning, 

McLaughlin, 

Meaney, 

Monahan, 

Moning, 

Mooney, 

Mullen, 

Murphy, 

O'Connell, 

O'Leary , 

O'Learji , 

Reardon, 

Reardon, 

Regan, 

Richardson, 

Rymers, 

Scruton, 

Shanley, 

Smi th , 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

TucKer, 

Whiting, 

Winstone, 

Young, 



Walter L. 
George E. 
Thomas 
Daniel J. 
James J. 
Fred V. 
Williarr E. 
Patrick J. 
Arthur 
Michael p. 
John 
Daniel 
William J. 
Michael T. 
Timothy 
Timothy J. 
Herbert A. 
Francis E. 
Walter M. 
Philip H. 
Richard E. 
James J. 
John J. 
Charles V.'. 
Henry B. 
Paul 
William E. 



The application of the Town Taxi Incorporated, by John T, 
Rockett, President, for a license #114,642 to set up and use a 
Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 49 Batavia street was 
granted until March 1, 192c. 



404 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The applicati 
Rockett, president, for 
License ^/H^.B'^? in fro 
p. m. , was granted. 

This designation i 
passengers received at 
stands held "by the abov 
sight-seeing automobile 
passengers received at 
they express a desire t 



on of the Town Taxi Incorporated by John T. 

a location for its Siglit-Seeing Automobile 

nt of 3 Park square from 3.30 a. ra, to 5' 30 

s granted on the express condition that 
this stand shall not be transferred at other 
e named or others or at other places to other 
s, except in cases of emergency; and that 
this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
alight elsewhere. 



The application of Michael Picardi for a Wagon License 
#1104 to locate in front of 200 Marion street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919* 



<?c Corn ct 



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 Comjnissioners 
approved;- 

Prince st., 

298-300 North St., ft 50 

Fleet St. 
Cummington st., 
Faneuil Hall sq. 
Spring St. , 
Commercial st., 
Salem st . , 
Green st. , 
Cambridge st. , 
Spring St., 
Hanover st. , 
Friend st. 



Attest: 



Baroni, Andrew 


83 


Bruno, Patrick &. 


Philip 


Donovan I^'otor Car Co. 


34-40 


Fottler, Fiske Rawson Co. 


12-13 


Freedman, Lilly 


37 


Hazen, Morris 


29 


I ovine, Gennaro 


171 


Nathans on, Nathan 


16 


Rubin, David 


190 


Rubinovitz, Newiiian 


6 


Taylor Sc Company 


3 


Zagami , Paolo 


190 



Chief Cle 




405 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, April 9, I919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



Neil J. Doherty was appointed a temporary janitor for 
ten days, ending April I8, current, with pay at the rate of Nine 
Hundred Thirty-nine (939) Dollars per annum. 



The application of Maurice E. Temple for a license 
#15.335 "to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at ^^ 
Bickerstaff street was granted for the year ending June 30. 1919 • 



The application of Patrick S. Brannon for a transfer of 
his license #4-4,633 "to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 12 Buckley avenue to a garage at 154-3 Columbus avenue 
was granted. 



The application of the Grotto Band, by Chajrles E. 
Lawrence, 24- Milk street, for a Collective Musicians' License 
to accompany DeMolar Coramandery, Knight Templars on Sunday, 
April 20, current, from 3 "to 6 p. m., was granted. 

Route: From 51 Boylston street to Copley square, Huntington 
avenue, and Dartmouth street thence over Boston Elevated System to 
Cambridge. Return; From corner of Massachusetts and Commonwealth 
avenues to Commonwealth avenue, Arlington and Boylston streets to 
Masonic Temple. 



L 



406 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9. 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of George A. Long, 33 Pleasant street, 
Hyde Park, approved "by Thomas L. Gammon, Manager, I263 Hyde Park 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 3I, 1919' 



The following named persons, appointed March 31. current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Bitbey, 

Brady, 

Cain, 

Callanan, 

Carroll, 

Casey, 

Condry, 

Connelly, 

Conway, 

Cosgrove, 

Crowley, 

Cuddihy, 

Curley, 

Cuxtin, 

Denton, 

Doherty, 

Downey, 

Evans, 

Foley, 

Foley, 

Gillman, 

Greenough, 

Griffin, 

Glennon, 

Havey, 

Healey, 

Healy, 

Hennessey, 

Higgins, 

Holmes, 

Horgan, 

Hurd, 

Kelley, 

Kilroy, 

Johnson, 



T. 



J. 



M. 



William 
James H 
Patrick 
Patrick 
Thomas 
Thomas H. 
Michael 
John J. 
Hugh J. 
John F. . 
Cornelius 
George T. 
Thomas 
Thomas 
Joseph E. 
Patrick J. 
Maurice 
Fred B. . 
Jeremiah 
Patrick 
Herbert A. 
George F. 
Terrance H. 
Patrick 
Joseph R. 
William J. 
Patrick F. 
James 
John 
Thomas 
John 

George W. 
John P. 
Lawrence F. 
Robert S. 
McElroy, 



Lawt on , 

Long, 

Malia, 

Mahoney, 

McDermott , 

McKernan, 

McNamara, 

Mci^uillan, 

Mondello, 

O'Brein, 

Ring, 

Sheehan, 

O'Brien, 

O'Donnell, 

O'Neil, 

Reardon, 

Siillivan, 

Saunders, 

Sales, 

Taylor, 

Waters, 

Whelan , 

Wheeler, 

Whelton, 

White, 

Whitehead , 

Coulter, 

Donovan, 

Howe , 

Murphy , 

Burns, 

Corrigan, 

O'Connell, 

McEleany, 

Murphy , 

Joseph 



John W. 
John A. 
Patrick 
Arthur D. 
Thomas J. 
John F. 
Patrick F. 
John F. 
Nunziato F. 
Michael 
Obadiah E. 
Patrick 
Charles 
Eugene 
Michael 
John 
Dennis 
James J. 
William 
Harry H. 
Clark 
Edward 
William R. 
David H. 
Ernest W. 
William 
Mose 
John J. 
Jo seph 
John 
William 
Francis 
John P. 
John 
James J. 



BOSTON, VffiDKESDAY, APRIL y, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed March 3I, 1919' 



McLaughlin, 

Gorman, 

Martin, 

Goode, 

Dunlap, 



John 
Patrick 

John 

Joseph F. 
Fred J. 



O'Keefe, 
Kavene^ , 
Criralisk, 
Dineen, 
licHul ty , 



407 



Edward 

Edward 

John 

lilaurice 

Michael 



J. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3C, 191^' 



1141 
1097 



Conti , 
Scott, 



Division 1. 



Jerry 
T. A. 



& Son 



in front 

t) n 



Of 
II 



337 North St., 
66 Washington st. North 



The applications of the followint, 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 :- 



Balsama, 

McCarthy, 
Sacks, 



Anthony 267 Broadway, 

N. F. & Co. 112 Arch St., & 4 Otis St., 

Isaac Alleyway 47 Winter st. 



Attest; 



<i^^<n4Ze^ 



Chief Cle 




^08 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOl^R, 
29 Peciberton square. 



Boston, Thursda\ , April 10, IS'iy. 



Police Commissioner Curtis being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, Michael H. Crowley, was at the office of the 
Conmiissioner and as acting commissioner 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 :- 



May A. Coh 
Hall located at 
current. 

Carl J. De 
tainment in Par 
Friday evening. 

The T?ialia 
comedy play and 
113 Dudle^' stre 

Paul Thoma 
Hall located at 



en - to have a concert and dance in John Winthrop 
446 Tremont street on Thursday evening,, April 10, 

cker. Superintendent, - to have a concert and enter- 
icer Ivlemorial Hall located at 11 Appleton street on 

May 2, current. 

Amateur Club by Mrs. Carl Eergstrom - to have a 

dance in the Dudley Street Opera House located at 
et on Thursdaj' evening, April 10, current, 
s - to have an exliibition of wrestling in Red Men's 

514 Tremont street on Tuesday evening, April 22, i915 



The application of William H. Arrington for an Auctioneer's, 
License at 694 Tremont street was rejected. 



, The applications of the following named persons for 

'transfers of their licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were 
granted :- 



112,334 Davis, William H. 
92,74b O'Neill, John C. 



from a garage at 408 South Huntington 

av. 
to " " " rear 28 Wyman st., 
from " " " 17 Clarendon st., 
to " " " 541 Tremont st. 



BOSTOIT, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The application of Agustino Cerrati for a Hand Cart 
License #69 to locate in front of 306 Sumner street, East Boston, 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



409 



. The application of the United States Navy Band, consisting 
of thirty musicians, by William E. Chamberlain, 10 Kenmore street, 
for a Collective Musicians' License to parade with 12 Whippet Tanks | 
and Military Escort on Saturday, April 12, current, at 11 a. m. , was' 
granted. 

Route: Prom Suinner street extension to Suirimer, Federal, 
Franklin, Pearl, Congress, State and Court streets, pernberton square 
Somerset and Beacon streets. Park, Tremont, Boy Is ton and Charles 
streets to Liberty Tank Park on Boston Coxnn.on. 



The applications of tlie following narned persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending Lay 3I, 1^19 • 



Brown, 


Robert I..) 68 Pearl st., Reading, 


LlacKillop, 


Allan D. !?4- Orange st. , Reading, 


Rowel 1, 


Walter L. 6 Mineral st., Reading, 




approved by Nathaniel G. Hill, Payinaster, Boston 




& Maine Railroad, 319 North Station, 


Forte, 


Achille 224 Hanover st.. 


Lewis, 


William 36 Cottage st. , Mansfield, 




approved by A. D. Follansbee, Division Special 




Agent, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 


Glancey, 


William R.l 43i Mead st., C. D. , 
John W. J 12 Westville rd. , D. D., 


McNamara, 




approved by D. T. Green, Superintendent, Pinker- 




ton's National Detective Agency, 


Schneider, 


Jacob 41 Thomas pk. , 



approved by Frank Schofield, Superintendent, 
Boston Beer Company. 



410 



BOSTON, THUKSDAY, APRIL 10, l^iy. 



Contd, 



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



Culkeen, 
Tocco, 



Frederick 
Joseph 



61 Byron st. , 
39 Stillman st, 



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



Appointed March 3I, I919. 



Clark, 

Gibbons, 

Gardner, 



Bartlett, 

Blinn, 

Brennan, 

Casale, 

Cochran, 

Delay, 

Dignan, 

Donovan, 

Dooley , 

Doyle, 

Driscoll, 

Driscoll , 

Driscoll, 

Eichorn, 

Fallon, 

Farrell, 

Fitzgerald, 



Michael J. 
James B. 
Ebson Vv'. 
Walter, 



Henderson, 
McDonnell, 
O'Meara, 
Henry. 



Appointed April 7, 1919. 



Charles C. 
George W. 
Michael J 
Peter G. 
Charles 
Daniel J. 
Thomas A. 
John D. 
Patrick J. 
John 

Francis J. 
Jeremiah H. 
Timothy G. 
William C. 
Thomas 11. 
Thomas V/. 
Cornelius A. 



Kinsman, 



Henderson, 
Jones, 

r 

Levy, 

Lyons, 

McDevitt, 

Miller, 

Odian, 

Padden, 

Pinkham, 

C^uinn, 

Reagan, 

Rooney, 

Shedd, 

Sullivan, 

Williams, 

Williams, 



George W. 
George J. 

Michael 



William E. 
Thomas J. 
George H. 
John 
Toby 

Cornelius L. 
Ira F. 
Livingstone 
James H, 
Walter F. 
Edward 
Joseph P. 
Bernard 
Frank 
Dennis J. 
Frederick M. 
Peter J. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, lyiy. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persona for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3Ci 1919* 

Division 2. 

1110) Brockton Auto Express in front of 3^ Broad st. 
E19354J 

Division 5- 

B3OO67 Hall, Emerson R. W. Newton st. s.e.cor. Tremont st. 

Division 6. 

1159 Feeney, Frederick J. in front of 8 W. Seventh st. 

Division 9« 



4100 
4103 
4108 
4117 
4139 



^ Brown, Mabel S. 



in front of 35 Dearborn st. 



Division 18. 
1164 Conti, Jeremiah in front of 85 Readville st. 



The application of Patrolman Frederick W. Clement of 
Division 2 to be reimbursed in the sum of Four and 73/IOO (4.73) 
Dollars, being the cost of a new winter helmet and a leather pocket 
case for his revolver, both of which were lost or stolen from him 
April 6, current, while arresting a sailor who was intoxicated and 
disorderly on Atlantic avenue, was granted. 



411 



412 



BOSTOl^, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



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:- 



Canal i , 


Louis 


751 Dudley st., 


Cuilla, 


Giuseppe 


284. North St., 


Delia Rocco, 


Pasquale 


29-31 North sq.. 


Liotta, 


Luigi 


12 Fleet st., 


Petrini, 


Doraenico 


134 North St., 


Tartakoff , 


Rose 


2038 V/ashington 



St. 



The a.pplications of the follov.'ing named police officers 
for full pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
froiii duty by reason of sickness or death in their families, were 
granted :- 



Patro 
Serge 
Patro 



n 

Serge 
Patro 



M 
)l 
H 

II 
n 

H 

11 
II 
II 
n 
II 
II 



1. Andrew B. Cuneo, 
ant James ¥/. Brooks, 
1. John L. Cronin, 

Thomas J. DonoJiue, 
James W. Finnigan, 
John L. O'Donnell, 
William P. Joyce, 
Alfred P. Curtis, 
ant Patrick J. Fitzgerald, 
1. Albert W. Carnes, 
John E. Nowland, 
Eugene F. O'Neill, 
John k. Hogart> , 
James A. ilcCormack, 
Daniel F. McLaughlin, 
Stillman B. H. Hall, 
Th oma s J . Q,u i na n , 
William Scott, 
Jeffrey J. O'Gonnell, 
Frank McNabb, 
Bernard J. O'Donnell, 
William J. Noonan, 



Div. 


1. 


31 


days, 


II 


3. 


3 


II 


II 


3. 


3 


•1 


n 


5. 


3 


II 


II 


5. 


3 


II 


II 


5. 


3 


•1 


II 


6, 


6 


II 


II 


7. 


45 


II 


II 


7. 


3 


II 


II 


9, 


3 


II 


II 


9. 


^ 


II 


II 


9. 


3 


II 


II 


10, 


^ 


II 


II 


11. 


3 


II 


II 


11. 


7 


II 


II 


14, 


12 


II 


II 


14. 


4 


II 


II 


14, 


3 


II 


II 


15. 


3 


II 


II 


16, 


15 


II 


II 


16. 


3 


II 


II 


17, 


7 


II 



$118.89 
14.38 
11.50 
11.50 
11.50 
10.68 
16.43 

172.59 
14.58 

11.50 
11.50 
11.50 
11.50 
11.50 
26.85 
46.02 
15.34 
11.50 
11.50 

57.53 
11.50 

26.85 

$646.64 



BOSTOIJ, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for half pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty hy reason of sickness as provided by section 5 of Rule 36 
of the Police Llanual, were granted:- 



413 



Patrol. 



H 
II 
II 
It 
II 
II 
N 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
M 
II 
II 

n 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



Fireman 
Sergeant 
Patrol . 

N 



II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



Sergeant 
Patrol. 



Thomas Eyrne , 
Edward F. Hyland, 
John J. O'Brien, 
Y/illiam F. Tennihan, 
Joseph C. Troy, 
Michael Gormely, 
James J. MclTulty, 
Frederick A. Peterson, 
James J . Smith, 
George Brooks, 
Jeremiah A. Crowley, 
Jeremiah A. Crowley, 
William J. Higgins, 
Joseph J. Cadigan, 
James F. Clark, 
John L. O'Donnell, 
John J. Donovan, 
George M. Gould, 
John J. Reilly, 
James F. Carroll, 
Simon J. Forrest, 
John J. Greene, 
Charles J. Hennessey, 
Michael F. Scully, 
Daniel A. Barron, 
Abraham L. Kill am, 
Thomas Connor, 
John H. Lial, 
Patrick J. Fay, 
Patrick Cassidy, 
Robert I/:. Coughlin, 
Angus W. Dakin, 
Dexter Littlefield, 
George L. Riley, 
Orrin L. V/hitcher, 
John F. Rooney, 
Fred W. Seavey, 
Frederick E. Bostwick, 
Thomas J. Casby, 
John E. Cassidy, 
Frank K. Harrington, 
Martin Haver ty, 
V/illiam Scott, 
Stanley G. Blenus, 
John F. Brady, 



)iv. 


1. 


14 


days. 


$ 26.65 


II 


2. 


8 


II 


15.34 


II 


2, 


2 


II 


3.83 


II 


2. 


3 


It 


5.34 


II 


2. 


4 


II 


6.57 


n 


3. 


1 


II 


i-37 


H 


3. 


6 


II 


8.22 


II 


3. 


7 


II 


12.46 


II 


3. 


5 


II 


9.59 


II 


4, 


■^ 


II 


?-75 


II 


4, 


5 


II 


8.22 


M 


4. 


2 


II 


3.56 


II 


4, 


2 


II 


3.83 


II 


5. 


13 


II 


24.93 


II 


5. 


y 


It 


17.26 


II 


5. 


11 


II 


19.59 


II 


6. 


14 


II 


19.17 


H 


6. 


10 


II 


19.17 


n 


6. 


12 


II 


23.01 


N 


7. 


5 


II 


5.85 


H 


7. 


12 


It 


21.37 


It 


7. 


27 


It 


51.78 


II 


7. 


30 


II 


45.19 


n 


7. 


5 


•1 


9.59 


It 


8. 


4 


II 


. 7.12 


If 


8. 


5 


II 


11.^9 


N 


8. 


6 


•I 


11.50 


II 


8. 


20 


H 


38.35 


II 


9. 


8 


It 


15.34 


tl 


10, 


11 


II 


21.09 


H 


10, 


5 


II 


9.59 


II 


10, 


3 


II 


'?>75 


II 


10, 


17 


It 


32.60 


II 


10, 


4 


II 


5.4b 


II 


10, 


1 


II 


1.92 


II 


11. 


39 


II 


57.5^ 


II 


11. 


16 


II 


30.68 


II 


12, 


4 


II 


7.67 


II 


13. 


5 


II 


6.85 


It 


14, 


27 


II 


51.78 


II 


14. 


6 


II 


14.38 


II 


14, 


15 


II 


28.77 


II 


14, 


5 


n 


9.59 


II 


15. 


6 


11 


11.50 


•1 


15. 


2 


It 


3.83 


Garry over, 


• 


. $ 752.45 



414 



BOSTOIT, 



SDAY, APRIL 10, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



Half Pay Allowed for Lost Time - concluded. 



Patrol. Charles T. Corey, 
Angus J. LIcPhee, 
John E. O'Brien, 
Arthur R. Taber, 
Arthur J. Thompson, 
Thomas H. J. Waldron, 
Bernard J. O'Donnell, 
John F. Peers, 
William J. Sweeney, 
in Clinton E. Bowley, 
ant Alfred H. Daniels, 
Henry Hazlett, 
Lyman Jo?inson, 
Patrick J. Ijuke, 
V/illiam J. McDermott, 
Richard O'Hearn, 



Brought 
Div. 

n 



Gapta 
Serge 

Lieut 
Patro 



II 

n 
II 
II 
II 
n 
II 



forward, 

15, 4- days, 

15. 11 

15, 3 " 

15, 3 " 

15. 5 " 

15, 14 " 

16, 6 " 
16, 8 

16, 26 " 

17, 11 

17. 2 " 

17, 30 " 

17. 1 " 

1^, 16 " 

1^, 14 

19, 12 " 



Total, 



«; 752.45 

7.67 

15.06 

5.34 

9.59 
26.85 
11.50 

35.60 
45.21 

4.79 

82.18 

1.92 

30.68 
26.85 
23.01 

$1099.^9 



A requisition for the payment of tne pay-rolls for the 
week ending April 10, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Military service. 

Total, 



;^46,765.09 

618.19 

510.19 

lbl.39 

53.23 

$4d,12b.09 

55.45 
^48,183.54 



Attest: 




Chief Gle 



415 



0FPIC3 OF TH3 POLICE COMMISSIOIDSR. 
2'^ PeiQberton square. 

Boston, Friday, April 11, I'i^l^. 



Police Goramissioner Curtis being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, liichael H. Crowley, was at the office of the 
Co;amissioner and as acting commissioner 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 Kis Honor the La^or approved:- 

The Greater Boston Boys by Clifford 0. Bowen - to have a 
dancing party in the Allston Dansant located at 13Q Brighton avenue 
on Monday evening, liay 12, current. 

l^eil LicDonald - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Fraternity Hall located at 660 Centre 
street, Jamaica Plain, until August 1, 1^1>. 

Roslindale Uasonic Club by George J. McClellan for the Board 
of Directors - to have a minstrel show in the Unitarian Parish 
House located on South street, Roslindale, on \Vednesday evening, 
April 30, and Thursday evening, I^ay 1, lyi';;^. 



The application of Frank Benson for a license #117,674 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 406 South Hunt- 
ington avenue was granted for the year ending June 3*^. 1^19 • 



The application of the D. L. K. Gedamino Band, consisting 
of twenty-five musicians, by Anthony Ivas, 622 Columbia road, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with Lithuanian citizens 
and residents of Greater Boston to hold a mass-meeting on Boston 
Common to obtain signatures on a petition for tne Independence of 
Lithuania on Saturday, April 12, current, at 1 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From the corner of Silver and E streets to S street, 
Broadway, Dorchester avenue, Dover and Tremont streets to Boston 
Cojoraon. 



416 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1^19. 



Contd. 



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



Hopp, 



Burr, 

Dargin, 

Lauria, 



Emil J. 6 Valentine st., Roxtury, 

approved by A. J. Ricyunond, Vice President and 
Manager, General Fire Extinguisher Co. of Massa 

chusetts, 
Levi W. 3 Wallace ct., D. D. , 

John F. 65 Edwin st., D. D. , 

Hocco 333 Main st., Lledford, 

approved by J. C. Lorse, Vice President, 
Leopold LiiOrse Corapany. 



The application of Harry Shnider for a transfer of his 
licer.se to deal in Second Hand Articles from 290 Cambridge street to 
246 Cambridge street was granted. 



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



Officers, 



Coaicley, 

Fanning, 

Gerrity, 

Mealy, 

O'Brien, 

Young, 

Cuneo, 

Bird, 

Harrington, 

IIcDerraott, 

Roach, 



John 
William 
Peter F. 
James F. 
John H. 
Everett V, 

Andrew 

Walter C. 
Jame s R . 
Edward J. 
Thomas J. 



Appointed. 
March 31, 1919. 



April 7. 1919. 



417 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919. 



Concluded, 



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

Division 6. 

B9392 Ordway, Harnmond W. in rear of 367 Congress st. 

Division 9' 

B9425 Weiner & Blotcher in front of 4l6 Warren st. 

Division I3. 

B30062 Luby, James J. in front of 33 ijiontebeilo rd. 



The application of Leon Sahagian for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 17b2 Dorchester avenue was 
returned to the Board of Street Conmiis si oners approved. 



Patrolman William P. Hayes, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence Noveiaber 19, 191?, to enter the service of the 
United States llavy, having been placed on inactive duty, returned 
to duty at Station 2 at ^.A^ P. U. , April 11, 1919. 



Attes t; 




Chief Cle 



418 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOKSR. 
29 Pem"berton square. 

Boston, Saturday, April 12, lyiy. 



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

The records of Friday 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. 



1921 Brown, 

192'"^ Crawford, 

I926 Hagan, 

96 i^arley. 



John J. 
George W. 
Frank P. 
Harry J. 



244 Hyde Park av . , 
1485 River St. , 

2^ Lawrence st., C. D. , 
34 Decatur st. , E. B. 



On information filed by Captain James P. Canney of Division 
4 that the following named persons, licensed hackney carriage drivers 
and holders of licenses to set up and use hackney carriages, were 
convicted in court on April 11, current, for receiving 3 automobile 
tires valued at $217.50, which had been stolen from the Swinehart 
Tire Company, 62 Brookline avenue, the Hackney Carriage Drivers' 
Licenses and the licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages 
granted to the following named persons were revoked:- 



376 

1812 

121 

138.677 
92.741 

0223c 



HACKIJEY CARRIAGE DRIVERS 

69 Franklin st., B. D. 



Cratern, Michael 

granted September I7, I916. 
Marshall, Alexander A. 

granted July 1, I'^lb. 
Gale, Harry 

granted July 6, I918. 



52 Joy St. , 
30 Alpha rd. 



D. D., 



HACOEY CARRIAGES. 
Marshall, Alexander A. in a garage at 37 Ferdinand St., 

granted September 20, I918. 
Cratern, Michael in a garage at 100 Brighton av., 

granted February 27, 191';^. 
Kelley & Gale in " " " 37 Ferdinand st., 

granted July 9, lyl8. 



419 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 191V- 



Contd. 



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



115.447 Hoonan, Robert A. 

O2132A 

O2132B 

02132c 

O2132D 

O2132E 

117,0^ Weissent, Fred H. 



Tirk,& Warner 



in a garage at 



II II 



10 St. Botolph St., 

21 Hawkins st. , 

18 Ridge rd. , D. D. 



The application of John Kenney for a transfer of his 
license #17^14 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a stable 
97 Richmond street to a stable at 41 llorth Russell street was 
granted. 



at 



The application of Tirk & Warner for special stands for 
their four Hackney Carriage Licenses #02132A, 02132B, 02132C and 
O2132D on Hanover strset, in front of the American House, was 
granted. 



The application of Edward G. Wood for a transfer of his 
special stand for Hackney Carriage License 7}f0495B fro:Q in front of 
153 Brighton avenue to in front of 96 Harvard avenue was granted. 



T/ie application of Maria Petrucci, 430 Hanover street, 
an Itinerant Musicians' License was granted for the year ending 
August 2il, l':^l':;^. Street Piano. 



for 



420 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APHIL 12, 1919. 



Gontd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Conu-aonwealth were 
granted for tne year ending Ma,y 3^1 19^9 • 

Gullen, William S. 42 Wyeth st.. Maiden, 

approved by G. W. Rankin, Ghief of Police, Boston 
& Maine Railroad, Terminal Division, 

Leonard, Richard F. l6 Gedar st., C. D. , 

approved by J. F. Higgins for Butts & Ordway Co., 

Pizzi, Gharles 12 Emmons st., E. B. , 

approved by Henry H. Chmielinski, Vice President & 
Treasurer, Hanover Trust Gompany of Boston, 

Pratt, James F. 156 Lexington st., 

Russell, Warren K, I3 Allston st., D. D. 



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



Farren, Neil 
McLaughlin, Owen 



52 Main st., Somerville, 
42 Vifashington st., G. D. 



The application of John T. Rockett, 32 Park Vale avenue, 
for a license #C10399 to drive a Sight-Seeing Automobile was 
granted until liarch 1, 192O. 



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



Atwell, 



Appointed March 31, 1919. 
William E. Barker, 



Frank E. 



^x 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, lyi^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 





Appointed April 


7. iyi9. 




Barry, 


George F. 


Kinsley, 


William A. 


Carr, 


William N. 


Latrobe, 


Jaraes F. 


Cuneo, 


Jarae s J . 


Leonard, 


Frank J. 


Bicicford, 


Walter H. 


Linnehan, 


Francis P. 


Brennan, 


George V/. 


Madden, 


John J. 


Brennan, 


Patrick H. 


McCloskey, 


John 


Bucicley, 


Thoiioas 


McLaughlin, 


Charles 


Cameron, 


Ewen C. 


McLean, 


Logan A. 


Carlson, 


Charles J. 


McLean, 


Wal ter 


GhessiTian, 


George F. 


Meyer, 


Carl F. 


Colleary, 


Michael l?. 


Moore, 


Edward A. 


Connolly, 


Prank J. 


Murphy, 


John J. 


Dodds, 


Samuel A. 


Murp?iy, 


Michael H. 


Dooley, 


Bartholomew J. 


Nelson, 


Alexander 


Dov/ney, 


John A. 


Nolan, 


John L. 


Downey, 


Patrick J. 


Norria, 


James E. 


Elwell , 


Albion 


Norton, 


John J. 


Galway, 


John L. 


Nugent, 


Florence J 


Gardner, 


Joseph F. 


O'Connor, 


Jeremiah J 


Glasheen, 


Liichael 


'Reagan, 


Dennis J. 


Guida, 


Anthony 


Philbrick, 


Charles N. 


Horrigan, 


Jeremiah F. 


Robinsoxa, 


Simeon 


Howe, . 


James A. 


Sargent, 


Joel 


Hurlbert, 


Charles J. 


Sennott, 


David F. 


Jacobs, 


Ira iL. 


Smith, 


John J. 


Johnson, 


Hilary J. 


Sullivan, 


Edward 


Kelley, 


Daniel T. 


Tig>ie, 


Patrick W. 


Kelley, 


John H. 


Tolan, 


John F. 


Kelley, 


Luke 


V/ashburn, 


Frank L. 


Kendricken, 


William M. 


Wellington, 


George F. 


Keenan, 


Joseph T. 


White, 


Jeremiah J 




Robinson, 


Winthrop B. 





The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 19iy» 

Division 2. 

B2130I Harmon, Vinal W. in front of 74 India st. 

Division 4. 

1170 Robison, P. S. & A. J. cor. Church st. & Columbus av. 



422 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, I919. 



Concluded. 



The applications of the follov?ing nawed police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolrnan Peter P. Golden of Division 6, three days, commencing 
April 12, current, on account of the death of his sister-in-law. 

Patrolman Hark V. Kilroy of Division 9» one day, commencing 
April 13, current, to attend to private business. 

Patrolman Jajues P. Brady of Division 10, three days, commencing 
April 12, current, on account of the deatn of his sister at 
Caiabridge. 

Patrolman Vifilbur L. Melvin of Division I6, three days, commenc- 
ing April 11, current, on account of the death of nis mother-in-law. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIMI SSI OILIER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, lionday, April 14, 1919. 



^3 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the coraplaint made by Captain Thoraas C. 
Evans, Keeper of the City Prison, against Thomas J. McDonough, jani- 
tor at the City Prison, for absence without leave, to wit;- 

CHARGE: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE. 

Specification: Inlthat from April 4, 1919i to April 9, 
1919, the said Thomas J. McDonough absented himself from his duties 
as janitor of the City Prison. 

It appearing that the said Thomas J. LIcDonough failed to appear 
at the time and place appointed to make answer to the charge against 
him and that he failed to request in writing an opportunity to make 
answer to the charge against him before 11 o'clock, a. m. , on 
Monday, April 14, I919, the said Thoraas J. L:cDonough was removed 
from his employment as Janitor in the Police Department of ine City 
of Boston. 



The bond of Captain Daniel G. Murphy with tJ-ie Massachusetts 
Bonding Company as surety was approved by the Commissioner and 
ordered to be filed with the City Auditor. 1 



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

Matrons of the Cit^ of Boston, Union 15906, by Helen McCarthy, 
Vice President, - to have a dancing party in Municipal Building 
hall located on Broadway on Friday evening. May 2, current. 

Ware Relief Society by Gertrude E, Galley - to have a dancing 
party in Municipal Building Hall located on Broadway on Tuesday 
evening, April 29, current. 



424 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 14, l^ly. 



Contd. 



The application of Philip McMorrow for 
License at 2y4 Washington street was granted for 
December 31, I'^l'i. 



an Auctioneer's 
the year ending 



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



1701 Anderson, 

1^3^ Henderson, 

1^37 Lombard, 

1^30 Rose, 



R. 



Thomas 
George 
Louis G. 

Sidney 



6^' Astor St. , 
15 Hancock st. , 
1157 Washington St., 

369 Hanover st. 



West 
Newton, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for 
year ending June ^0, 1^1^. 



105,!?4-6 Henderson, George 
117,4^^7 Houston, Llorton H. 



in a 
II II 



garage 
II 



at 
II 



the 



24 Char don st. , 
66 Stanhope st. 



The application of Antonio Fiorentino for a Hand Cart 
License //73 to locate in front of 156 Prince street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, lyi';'. 



The application of Joseph Raiser, 18 North Anderson 
street, for a copy of his Junk Collector's License was granted. 



BOSTON, MOUDAY, APRIL 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



^25 



The application of the Boston Fusilier Veteran Corps, 
consisting of three musicians, "by Sergeant Charles J. ideissner, 313 
Emerson street, for a Collective Iiiusicians ' License to parade with 
the Massachusetts Society of the Sons of the Aiaerican Revolution 
on Saturday, April I9, current, was granted. 

Route: Leave Faneuil Hall at 12 o'clock noon and proceed along 
Merchants row, State, Washington, Elm and Hanover streets to the 
American House. 



The application of IJiels N. Eistrup, 4 Rochdale street, 
Rox'bury, for an Itinerant Musician's License was granted for the 
year ending August 31, 1919. Violin. 



The following named persons were appointed Special police 
Officers for the year ending March 31, I920. 



Officers. 



Aiken, 



Bennett, 

Downey , 

Halloran, 

Joslyn, 

McConvilie, 

Sirii tn , 

Spauldlng, 

Bickford, 

Cusicic, 

Doll, 

Galviia, 

Jenks, 

Peterson, 

Stratton, 

Sutermeister, 

Bowe, 



Cannan, 
Sweetser , 



George E, 



Fred 

J. F. Waldo 
John 

George A. 
Mathew J. 
Charles A. 
AllDert W. 
Clareiice F. 
Richard S. 
Anthony 
Harry T. 
Thomas J . 
James A, 
Joseph C. 
Patrick J. 
Timothy F. 



Employers. 

The Atlantic Works, 

Alfred E. Cox, Treasurer, 
premises located on Border, 

Maverick & New sts., E. B. 
Walworth ilanufacturing Company, 
Theodore W. Little, V. Pres., 
premises located on north and 
south sides of E. First street, 
between and P streets, 



Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. Ltd, 
W. H. Benson, General Supt. , 
Squantum Works, 



Y 



J. 



James 
Herber 



t B. r 



Thompson Square Theatre Co., 
John McCue, Lanager, 
179 Liain St. , 
Eastern Steamsi-iip Corporation, 

Cnarles E. Mitchell, Agent, 
Central, India & Union Wharves, 
Atlantic av. , 



426 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 


Colernan, 
Dyer, 


David ) 
James J.) 


Crowther, 

Growther, 

Kerr, 

Peachey, 

English, 


Andrew V/. 
Daniel F. 
Harrison C. 
George H. 
Fred 



Employers. 



Faulicner, 

Moore, 

Regan, 

Reisert, 

Tedford, 

Flynn, 



Goldstein, 

Gould, 

Harper, 

Holraes, 

Kennedy, 

Keough, 

McLaughlin, 

O'Brien, 



George W. 
Michael J. 
Charles J. 
Henry J. 
Bowiiian F. 
John F. ~~ 



Harry H. 
Charles 
William B. 
Herbert E. 
William F. 
Fred J. 
John 
Patrick M. 



Loew's New Columbia Theatre, 
J. H. Brennan, Manager, 
978 Washington st. , 
East Boston Gas Company, 

W. N. Gifford, President, 
444 Chelsea st., S. B. , 

Pastime Theatre Company, 
Williajn Y/hite, iaanager, 
Olympic Tneatre, 
6 Bowdoin square. 
Museum of Fine Arts, 

Morris Gray, President, 
Huntington av. , 



Central Square Tneatre Company, 
W. F. Sproule, President, 

36 Bennington st., 
Jacob Lourie, Gen'l Manager, 
Shawmut Theatre, 

362 Blue Hill av. , 
Boston & Albany Railroad, 

E. L. Keefer, Agent, 
premises located in E. Boston, 
Northern Av. Stores & Dock Corp'n, 
George \V. Blian, President, 
312-316 Congress st. , 
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 
J. IvI. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 
53 & 131 State St. , 
Fenway Amusement Company, 

Lena D. Finkelstein, Manager, 

136 liiassachusetts av., 
Dudley Amusement Company, 
George A. Haley, Llanager, 
2200 Washington st. , 
approved by His Honor the liayor & 
V/illiam C. Woodward, Health Com- 
missioner, 22 Ivorth Grove st., 
Forest Hills Cemetery, 

Henry S. Adams, Superintendent, 
Morton st. , J. P. , 



'4Sn, 



BOSTOII, MOITDAY, APRIL 14, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



Pearce, 

Perry, 

Porter, 



Stevens, 



Joseph H, 



Charles 0. 



Henry 0. 



Frank J, 



Massachusetts Hospital Life Ins. 
Company, Howard Stockton, 
Actuary, 40-50 State st. , 
Arthur 1.. Griffin, Agent, 
Bowdoin Square Theatre, 
IT^-l'd"^ Court St. , 
Conant & Bean, et al, 

Faneuil Hall iiarket, 
places of business situated 
on North Market st. in the 
market limits of the City of 

Boston. 
Arthur L. Griffin, Agent, 
The Howard Athenaeum, 30-3^ Howard 
St., Bowdoin Sq. Theatre, 179-165 
Court St., & Grand Opera House, 
1172-1194 Washington st. 



The following named persons appeared and ms.de oath to 
faithfully and impartially perforr.j all the duties incumbent on them 
as special police officers. 



Brace, 
Cruise, 
Harris, 
Keenan, 



Howe, 



Appointed i..arch 31, I919. 



William E. 
Thomas E. 
Israel 
Thomas H. 

Walsh, 



Logan, 
McGovern, 
McLaughlin, 
Riley, 
Thomas 



Appointed April 7, I9I9, 
Frederick V. Innis, 



Patrick 
Edward J, 
Owen 
John H. 



Michael J. 



428 



BOSTON, M01\T)AY, APRIL 14, 1^1 y. 



Contd, 



The applications of the followine named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, l^^iy. 



Division 1. 



1177 

1184 

1187 Hynes, Dennis C. 

118':^ 

1205 



in front of 52 Korth st., 
" " " 12-14 Clinton st. , 
II II "12-14 " " 
II H .1 ii_i2 " '• 
n II "11-12 " " 



Division 12. 
B23446 Itaider, William J. Jr. in a garage at 54-1 E. Broadway. 



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

Patrolin«.n David R. Bootes of Division 2, three days, commencing 
April 14, current, on account of t>ie death of his wife. 

Patrolman Georpe C. Sullivan of Division 4, one day, commencing 
April 15, current, to attend the funeral of his aunt at Franklin. 

Patrolrian Timothy P. Casey of Division 5i one day, commencing 
April li), current, to attend to private business in Hew York. 

Patrolman Daniel \1. Lynch of Division 15, three days, conmiencing 
April 15, current, on account of the death of his sister. 



Patrolman Malachy J. Hanley, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence January 5, iyi8, to enter the service of the United 
States L'av^ , having been placed on inactive duty, returned to duty 
at Station 7 at 5.45 P. K. , April 14, l';^iy. 



BOSTON, LIOKDAY, APRIL 14, I9I9. 



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 Eoard of Street Cormaissioners 
approved: - 



Benersani , 


G. & Co. 


62 


Commercial 


St. 


Eerry & i^cLoughlin 


1-2 


No. Market 


St. 


Cacirola, 


Simone 


133 


Staniford st. , 


Cunio, 


Charles 


1724 


Washington 


St. 


Faulkner, 


George \7. 


43 


No. Liarket 


St. 


Famulari , 


Giovanni 


50 


Norman st. , 




Firger, 


Morris 


71 


Salem st. , 




Gononiantz, 


Girages 




Harvard st. 


f 


Gozzo, 


Seoastino 


7^ 


Paris St., 




Landsman, 


A. & Helfand, 


H. 47 


Salem st. , 




Lo Re, 


Biagio 


37 


North sq. , 




Lurensk>- , 


Abraham 


4«5 


Broadway, 




Putman, 


F. Co. 


2-4-6 


Mercantile 


st. 


Putman, 


F. Co. 


84-86 


Clinton St. 


1 


Sidinan, 


Jake 


35 


North St. 





Attest: 



fi^K^O^^iZcS 



Ch 



ief ClajdT) 



i30 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLaJISSIOEER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, April I'-j, IS^ly. 



Police Coinrriissioner Curtis "being absent today, the Super- 
intendent of Police, Michael 11. Crowley, was at the office of the 
Commissioner and as acting coramispioner transacted the following 
business: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



The application of V/illiam R. Satterwhite and Howard 0. 
Brown for an Amusement License to have musical and literary enter- 
tainments and dancing parties in Vernon Hall located at 1208 
Tremont street until August 1, 1919. was forwarded to His Honor 
the Itlayor disapproved. 



The application of Anthony Oddo for an Auctioneer's 
License at 10 Worcester place was granted for the year ending 
December 3I, I9I9. 



The application of Oliver S. Earnett, 80 V/est Rutland 
square, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License y/194-0 was granted 
for the year ending June 30. 1919* 



The licenses graiited to the following named persons to 
set up and use Hackney Carriages were cancelled by reason of their 
having been surrendered. 



CI876A; 

Old'/bBl Tirk, Michael 

01876c; 

granted July 1, Iyi8. 
78,480 Warner, Martin L. in a garage at 

granted January 25. 191 9. 



in a garage at 293 Northampton st. , 

12 Garden st. , 



431 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Tne special stands granted to the Vinal Taxi Service Inc, 
on IJoveia'ber i5» 1:^1^. f'or four Hackney Carriage Licenses #01041A, 
01C41B, 01041C and 01C41D on Hanover street, in front of the 
American House, were cancelled "by reason of their having "been 
surrendered. 



The application of Robert S. Lam"b for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #73.4-33 in front of 226 Treniont 
street was granted. 



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

Bingville Bugle Jazz Band, consisting of five musicians, "by 
Arthur L. Stanek, ^6 Prospect avenue, Roslindale, - to parade in an 
automobile for the purpose of announcing the Hickory Hick Barn 
Dance to be held at the V/inthrop Casino on Saturday, April l";;*, 
current, from 2 to 5 P* ^^- 

Route:- Principal streets throughout the City of Boston. 

D'Avino Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by M. 
Santosuosso, Mechanic court, - to accompany the Sunday School 
Children of the Sacred Heart Church, North square, on Friday, April 
Id, current, from 7 to b.30 p. m. 

Route; From the Sacred Heart Church thence via North square 
Garden court. Fleet, North, Richmond, Hanover, Battery, North, 
Lewis and Moon streets to North square to the Church. 



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



GrossKian, 



Haiper, 

Hu tchlnson. 



kariner 



50 State St., 



approved by C. H. Bowen, Secretarj', American 

Trust Company, 
1073 River st. , H. P. , 

y Jones ct. , Newton, 
Kinney, Treasurer, Kinney 
Manufacturing Company. 



Joseph 
Thomas V/. 
approved by Fred P. 



432 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 1^, l^iy. 



Contd. 



The application of Peter A. Scandone, 337 i..averick street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Coramonwealth 
was rejected. 



The following na:ned persons appeared and made oath to 
faithfully and impartially perforin all the duties incumbent on them 
a,s special police officers. 



Appointed March 3^t 19iy« 



Gieringer, 

Griffin, 

Hapgood, 

DeMorris, 

Keane, 



Crowther, 
Crowther, 



Eugene H. 
V/illiam J. 
Leslie A. 
Archille H. 
William H. 



Mitchell, 
McGrath, 
Reagan, 
Sterne, 

Walsh, 



Appointed April 14, l^iy. 

Andrew W. Goldstein, 

Daniel F. Kerr, 

Peachey, George H. 



John A. A. 
James J. 
William J. 
Jerome K. 
Charles T. 



Harry K. 
Harrison C. 



The application of Max lialtzinan as the F. & M City Express 
a Wagon License f^l228 to locate in front of 71 Kingston street 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919 • 



for 



433 



BOSTOH, TUESDAY, APRIL 1^ , 1^1^. 



Concluded, 



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

Patrolman Frank H. Lynch of Division 7. three days, coinrnencing 
April 14, current, on account of the death of his sister. 

Patrolman Sumner F. Starbird of Division 14, six days, commenc- 
ing April 2b, current, to attend to private business at Sebago, 
Ma i ne . 



Attest; 




Cnief Gler 



434 



OFFICE OF THE POi.ICJi<l COMMISSIONER. 
2^ Pemberton square. 



iioston, Wednesday, April l6, lyi^. 



The morning executive asftaion of the Police Department 
was held at the residence of Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, 131 Bay 
State road, today. 

Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, Police Commissioner, and Captain 
Thomas Rya^, Chief Cleric of the Police Department, being present. 

The following business was transacted by the Goininissioner :- 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Hackey of Division 7 against Patrolman Robert 3. Greene of Division 
7 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 



CHARGE: 



CONDUCT UiTBECOMIlJG AN OFFICER. 



Specification: In that on the twenty- third day of 
jvlarch, l^l^i while in uniform and in a public place, the said 
Patrolman Robert S. Greene engaged in a fist fight and personal 
encounter with another patrolman of this Department also in uniform, 
to wit, John J. Murray. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Joseph Harriman, Charles T. Reardon and 
Richard Fitzgerald, on the first day of April, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Greene by giving hira 
a true copy of the complaint, and it was continued from day to day 
until the third day of April, lyiy, when the hearing was finished. 
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 tJ-ie finding and with the recommendation of the 
Board ordered tnat the said Patrolinan Robert S. Greene be dismissed 
from the Police Department, to take effect Thursday, April 17, 
lyi'^, at 5.45' P. M. 



435 



isOSTOlf, WBDi^ffiSDAY, APRIL 16, lyiy. 



Contd, 



In the matter of tne complaint made by Captain James ?. 
HicKey of Division 7 against Patrolman John J. Murray of Dirision 7 
for violation of Rule 40 of tne 7iuleaiand Hegulations of the Police 
i3epartment, to wit;- ' 

CHARGi!;: GOiJDUCT UlIBacOMIlIG AIT OFPIGSH. 

Specification: In that on the twenty-third day of March, 
lyiy, while in uniform and in a public place, the said Patrolman 
John J. Murray engaged in a fist fight and personal encounter with 
another patrolinan of this Department also in uniform, to wit, 
Robert S. Greene. 



It appeared that a hearing wa 
consisting of Captains Joseph Harriman, 
Richard Fitzgerald, on the first day of 
notice had been served on the said Patr 
a true copy of tne complaint, and it wa 
until the third day of April, 1919. ''he 
He appeared with counselland pleaded not 
Uie Board found him guilty as charged i 
missioner approved the finding and with 
Board ordered that the said Patrolman J 
from the Police Department, to taxe eff 
at 5.45 P. M. 



s had before a Trial Board, 
Charles T. heardon and 
April, current, after due 
olman Murray by giving him 
s continued from day to day 
n the hearing was finished. 

guilty to the charge and 
n the complaint. The Com- 

the recommendation of the 
ohn J. Murray be dismissed 
ect Thursday, April 17, I919, 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman Martin P. Mullen of Division 
7 for violation of I-cule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: l^GLECT UJ!' DUTY. 

Specification: In that on the twenty- third day of March, 
1919. the said Patrolman I»iartin P. Mullen being present wnen two 
patrolmen of this Department engaged in a fist fight and personal 
encounter, neglected to take proper measures to stop said fight and 
neglected then and there in the circumstances to perform his duty 
as a patrolman and police officer of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Joseph Harriman, Charles T, Reardon and 
Richard Fitzgerald, on tiie first day of April, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Mullen by giving him a 



436 



iiOSTON, WEDi^ESDAif, APRIL 16, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolinan Mullen - concluded 

true copy of the complaint, and it was continued from day to day 
until the third day April, 1919. when the hearing was finished. 
He appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty to the charge and 
tne Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. The Com- 
missioner approved the finding and with the recommendation of the 
Board ordered that the said Patrolman Liartin F. Mullen iDe dismissed 
from the Police Department, to take effect Thursday, April 17, 
1919, at 5.4-5 P. M. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Ja-iies F, 

Hickey of Division 7 against patrolman Sari B. Jordan of Division 7 

for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Departiaeut, to wit: 



ChAKGS : 



ifjiGLECT OF DUTY. 



Specification: In that on tJ-ie twenty-third day of march, 
I9I9, the said Patrolman ^iarl B. Jordan being present when two 
patrolmen of this Department engaged in a fist fight and personal 
encounter, neglected to take proper measures to stop said fight and 
neglected then and there in the circumstances to perform his duty as 
a patrolman and police officer of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Harriman, Charles T. Reardon and Richard 
Fitzgerald, on the first day of April, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Jordan by giving him a true 
copy of tne complaint, and it was continued from day to day until 
the third day of April, I9I9, wnen the hearing was finished. He 
appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty to the charge and the 
Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. The Commission 
er approved tne finding and with the recortiraendation of the Board 
ordered that the said Patrolman Earl B. Jordan perform two hundred 
and ten hours' punishment duty. 



BOSTON, V^iSDi-aCSDAY, APRIL 16, l^ly. 



Contd. 



437 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to projoulgate 
the following to the Department "by General Order ;- 

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take 
effect Friday, April Id, 1<^1^, at 7.4^ A. M. : 

Patrolman jjJarl B. Jordan from Division 7 to Division 10, 
" Jeremiah S. Healy " " 10 " " 7. 



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

xne following transfers are herelay ordered, to take effect 
Jj'riday, April 18, I'^l'^, at 7.45 A. M. : 

Patrolman John H. Bohling from the Health Department to 

Division 16, , 
" Michael J. Fitzgerald " Division 16 to the Health 

Department, 
•• George Brooks " " 4 " Division 2. 



The application of Philip H. Wall for an Auctioneer's 
License at 3^ Clinton street was granted for the year ending 
December ^1, l^lV* 



The application of Jeremiah J, Eager ty, 80 Huntington 
avenue, for a hackney Carriage Driver's License #2028 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, I'^iy. 



438 



BOSTON, WEDKBSDAY, APRIL l6, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Tne application of jjenjamin Levine for two licenses 
^Ooy/A and Oc)37xj to set up and use Hackney Carriages in a garage 
at 3 Hockland street, Hoxbury, was granted for the year ending 
June 30, lyl':^. 



The application of Benjamin Levine lor 
for his HacKney Carriage License 7^0837A in front 
Terminal, summer street side, was granted. 



a special stand 
of the South 



The application of Wilfred W. Comeau, Jr., approved ty 
G. W. Robie, General Manager, American Railway Express Company, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May yi, lyi"^. 



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



Alden, 
Strough, 



Myles S. 
jf'ord B. 



232 Jairmount av., 
264 Brookline av. 



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



Q,uinn, 



Aiken, 



Appointed March 31, l":^!^. 

Patrick J. Sheridan, 

Appointed April 14, lyiy. 

George E, Bennett, 



Bernard J. 



i'red 



439 



BOSTOil, 'AfEDiJESDAY, APillL l6, l^iy. 



Contd. 



Special Police officers Sworn - concluded 



Bickford, 

Bowe, 

Coleman, 

Downey, 

Dyer, 

English, 

Faulkner, 

Flynn, 

Galvin, 

Gould, 

Halloran, 

riarper. 

Holmes, 

JenKs, 

JoBlyn, 



Appointed April 14, 191^ - concluded. 



Clarence F. 

Timothy F. 

David 

J, F. Waldow 

James J. 

Fred 

George W. 

John F. 

Harry T. 

Charles 

John 

William B. 

Herbert E. 

Thomas H. 

George 



Kennedji', 

Keough, 

ilcConville, 

iicLoughlin, 

Moore, 

Pearce, 

Perry, 

Peterson, 

Smith, 

Spaulding, 

Stevens, 

Stratton, 

Suterraeister , 

Sweetser, 

Tedford, 



William F. 
Fred J. 
Matthew J. 
John 

Michael J. 
Joseph H. 
Charles 0. 
James A. 
Charles A. 
Albert W. 
Frank J. 
Joseph C. 
Patrick J. 
Herbert 3. 
Bowman F. 



J. 



The application of Lester J, Combs for a Wagon License 
#B30037 to locate in front of 57 Stoughton street was granted for 
the year ending June 30» 19iy« 



Tne applications of tne 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 ;- 



Al's Clothing Haberdasher Co. 
Amaru, ?lacido 

Cerrato, Antonio 
central Park liarket 
Outlet clothing Company 
Day, C. S. & Co. 



1861 

5 

148 

3088 

1843 

iiasement 



Drake, 



John H. & Co. 



i 94 
12-3 



Washington st.. 
Prince st. , 
Salem st. , 
Washington st. , 
Washington st., 
#6 New Faneuil Hall 

Market, 
South Market st. , & 
Mercantile st. 



440 



iiOSTON, YffilDlJESDAY, APRIL 16, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The application of iucholas imso for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 42 Tileston street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason 
that a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



Patrolman Richard S. Gilleran, granted an indefinite 
leave of aosence November 20, 191?, to enter the United States Array, 
having received an honorable discharge, returned to duty at Station 
9 at 5. 4^' p, :\. , April l6, iyi9. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sum 
of Six Hundred Sixty (6t)0) Dollars, being the amount required to pay 
the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund for 
the month ending April 30, current, to be charged to the Police 
Cnaritable Pund Income. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending April 3C, current, was approved as follows : - 



Commissioner's Office, 
Superintendent's Office, 
Pensions, 

Total, 



$ 1,166.66 

416.66 

13,470.49 

it? 15, 053'^' 



441 



BOSTON, WEDliEbiJA^ , APhIL l6, 1^1^. 



Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending April 17, current, was approved as follows:- 



Police liivisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station house liatrons, 

Military service, 
Total, 



$45,035.67 

618. ly 

508. IV 

181.3V 

53.23 

73vO)7 

5C6.04. 



,^46,902.71 



Attest: 




442 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COJffilSSIOMEK. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, April I7, lyiy. 



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

Tne records of V/ednesday last were read and approved. 



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

Louis H. Mudgett, Manager, - to have an illustrated lecture 
by Count Ilya Tolstoy in Symphony Hall located at 3II iJiassachusetts 
avenue on Thursday evening, April 24, l^ly* 

William A. Murray, John Clarke and Charles E. Wyman - to have 
a dancing part^' in the Allston Dansant located at 13^ Brighton 
avenue on Thursday evening, April 24, lyiy. 

Robert L. O'Brien, Clifford 0. Bowen and Harold R. Powell, - 
to have a dancing party in the Allston Dansant located at I38 
Brighton avenue on Friday evening, kay 16, I'j'ly. 



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



1^42 Clark, 
1V45 Liinkle, 



George T. 
John A. 



72 College av., 
34 Thatcher st. 



Medford, 

i.iilton. 



i^'.. 



The application of Harry K. Harris for a license ^^^110,71^ 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 122 Cummington 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1^1^' 



443 



BOSTON , TKLKSDAY, APhIL i'/, l^-L^. 



Contd. 



The four special stands granted to the Fenway Garage 
Company on July 1, l^lS, were cancelled by reason of their having 
"been surrendered. 



C3ilAA] 

031IABI 
031 IV/ 1 
03IIX) 



Huntington av. in front of Copley Sq. Hotel, 

M tl II M II II •" " 

11 II n II II 



I Exeter 
II 



St. 

II 



The applications of the Town Taxi Incorporated, for four 
special stands for its hacicney Carriages were granted, in place of 
the Fenway Garage Company. 



O312W, 

0312X( 

0312^1 

O312AA) 



Exeter st. 

n II 

Huntington av. 
II II 



in front of Copley Sq. Hotel, 



II 


ft 


II 


II 


n 


H 


n 


II 


n 


II 


II 


M 


II 


II 


II 



The application of the Liberty Loan Corximittee of Lew 
England by V/illiam E. Chamberlain, 8|? Milk street, for a Collective 
Liusicians' License for thirty musicians to accompany a "Practice 
What "iou Preach" parade composed of Liberty Loan representatives, 
on Monday morning, April 21, current, was granted. 

Route: From Beacon street in front of the State House steps 
to parK street, xremont street to Liberty Court at tJie head of West 
street. 



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



Eammond, 
Koss, 



E. P. 
Fred L. 



lO^*! Saratoga st., 

25 Edgewood st., Roxbury. 



AAA 

MLX A 



iiOSTON, THURSDAX, Ai'KiL 17, IVl^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carrj/ pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May },1, I'il'i. 



Coghlan, 


Francis J. 




approved by M. P. 




Maine Local Office 


Harty, 


Fred K. 




approved Toy A. E. 


Holmes, 


Herbert E. 




approved by C. C. 


Caffrey, 


James J. 


Richardson, 


George J. L. ^ 


Howell, 


George H. 




approved by Charle 


O'Connell, 


James F. 




approved by W. H. 


Sinimone , 


Franic &. 




approved by Frank 



, Lexington, 
Boston & 



21 Rindge av 
Earlow Jr., Agent, 
, Warren Bridge, 

124 ivielville av., D. U. , 
Fitkin & Company, ly Congress st. 

107 Mt. Vernon st. , 
Bullen, Casnier, Feaeral Reserve 
Bank, Boston, 
58 Thomas Park, So. Boston, 
87 Woodrow av., r. D. , 
25 Lafayette st., Wakefield, 
8 B. Strout, Treasurer, Fidelity 
Trust Company, i 
33 Howell St. , D. 1)., 
Cook, Manager, H. P. Hood & Son, ! 
2^b Dorchester st., 
251 Lerician st. , 
L. Cronin, Superintendent, 

City Fuel Company. 



The application of Daniel McPhee, I6 High street, 
Erooirline, for a license #C10, 6^7 to operate a Sight-Seeing Auto- 
mobile was granted until iuarc/i x, i.'i'eiQ. 



The application of the Koyal Blue Line by William J. 
Smith, President, for a license #121,676 to set up and use a Sight- 
Seeing Automobile in a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolph street was 
granted until iJiarch 1, ly20. 



445 



BOSTOS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1?, IVIV- 



Contd. 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Incorporat- 
ed, toy William J. Smith, president, for a location for its Sight- 
Seeing Automobile License ffi21,b"/b on Boylston street, in front of 
the hotel Brunswick from b.30 a. m. to 6.30 p. m. , daily, was 
granted. 

This designation is granted on the express condition that 1 
passengers received at this stand shall not be transferred at other 
stands held by the above named or others or at other places to other 
sight-seeing automobiles, except in cases of emergency; and that 
passengers received at this stand shall be returned tnereto unless 
they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



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



Casey, 



Cannan, 
Cusick, 



Appointed March 31, lyiy. 



William H. 
Sargent, 



Green, 
Clayton L. 



Appointed April 1^, 1^19. 

James H. Doll, 

Richard S. O'Brien, 
Porter, Henry 0. 



Edward H. 



Anthony 
Patrick M. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
V/agon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3C» ^i^'i- 

Division 2. 

1079 Chelsea & Boston Transp't'n Go. in front of I03 Central st. 

Division 7« 

123"^ Camiolo, Antonio Sumner st. in front of Wilbur ct. 

Division 10. 

1250 Morrison, Louis M. in front of 106I Tremont st. 



446 



BCJSTOII, THURSDA:^, APRIL 1?, l^ly. 



Contd. 



■Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 14. 
Kenney Uros. in front of 3'^ iiaston st. 



12741 
1260) 



Division l6. 
1297 McClelland, U?illiain in front of 18^ Golum'bus av, 



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 Eoard of Street Commissioners 
approved :- 



Giuseppe, jeremiah 
iiassua, Giuseppe 
Modica & Bandauza 
Petitti, iUcholas 



114 Chelsea st. , 
80 Chelsea st., 
1 iixaverick sq. 
203 Adams st. 



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

Patrolrnan i^atthew J. Hauley of Division 3, three days, commenc- 
ing April 10, current, on account of the death of his brother-in-law. 

Patrolman Herbert I. Nickerson of Division 10, two days, 
commencing April 22, current, to attend to private business in 
Springfield. 

Patrolman IJichael J. Gronin of Division 12, three days, commenc- 
ing April 17, current, on account of the death of his brother- in-lawi 



The application of Patrolman Daniel P. O'Neill of Division 
10 to be reimbursed in the sum of Sight and 3^/100 (6.39) Dollars, 
being the cost of cloth for a new pair of trousers to replace a pair 
destroyed while arresting two men wno had gained entrance to the 
liquor store of is. Connor, 2095 V/ashington street, on April 12, 
current, was granted. 



i47 



BOSTOl^, TiiUKSDAl, APRIL I?, IV-L^. 



Concluded. 



The following named police officers who were granted an 
indefinite leave of absence to enter the service of the United 
States Array or ]\iavy, having received honorable aischarges, returned 
to duty at 5.4i> P. M. , April 17, lyiy. 

Patrolman Edward I. Donahoe of Division 12, granted leave of 
absence October 3. 1^1? 1 to enter the United States Army. 

Patrolmaii John P. Thornton of Division 7. granted leave of 
absence July 2C, l^lS, to enter the United States Army. 

♦Patrolman George W. Sloan of Division "i, granted leave of 
absence ]lov ember 13, lyl7, to enter tne United States JJavy. 
♦placed on inactive service. 



The application of Patrolman Andrew B. Cuneo of Division 
1 for lull pay, amounting to liineteen and 17/IOO (I9.17) Dollars, 
for five days' time lost on account of injuries received in the 
performance of duty, was granted. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the tempo- 
rary position of marine fireman with pay at the rate of Iwelve 
Hundred (1200) Dollars per annum - $1300 if he holds an engineer's 
license - from April 21 to November 4, 1^1^. 



A requisition for the payment of the Department Bills for 
the month ending April 1^, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Department, 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



$14.^71.08 
3.136.02 

4b. 14 

$lb,li)7.24 



Attest: 




'«x<,/^ 



Chief 01 



448 



OFFICE 0? The POLICiU COMMISSIONER. 
'I'i Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, April l8, 1919. 



The morning executive session of the Police Departrnent 
was held at the residence of Honoraole Edwin U. Curtis, 13I Bay 
State road, today. 

Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, Police Commissioner, and 
Captain Thomas Ryan, Chief Clerk, of the Police Department, being 
present. 

The following businees was transacted by the Commissioner 

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



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



1^46 Bacon, 
1953 Fisk, 
1964 Prince, 



Henry A. 
John P. 
Benjamin 



41 Astor St. , 
74 Franklin st. 
97 Way land st. 



B. D. , 



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



122,474 

b^j.ObO 
122,180 
02144A)^ 
02144BJ 



Bennett, Joseph L. 

Fisx, John j?\ 
Gray, j ohn B. 
Horne ^ Prince 



in a garage at 41b \»arren sx<., Rox. , 

" " " " 1356 Commonwealth av . , 

" " " " ;?^' Bicxerstaff st., 

" " " " 293 Northampton st. 



The application of Angus McDonald for a transfer of his 
License #l6,l60 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 14 Walnut avenue to a garage at 1 Bartlet street, Hoxbury, was 
granted. 



449 



BOSTON, miDAY, APRIL l8, l^iy. 



Contd. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of sixteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Antonio Mercuria on Saturday, April ly, current, from 1 
to 2.30 p. m. 

Route: From lO.Billerica street to South ilargin. Hale, 
Norman, Friend, Canal, Hanover and Richmond streets, North square to 
Prince and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 

M. P. Band, consisting of twenty-four musicians, by J. Morgan, 
315 Hanover street, - to parade with the R. Michaelenae A. B. Asso- 
ciation on Saturday, April 1';^, current, from 2 to 5 p. ra. 

Route: Start from Hanover and Cross streets to Hanover, 
Richmond, North, Battery, Charter, Salem and Prince streets. 



The application of Clarence W. Willets, 4-7 Park Vale 
avenue, approved by Chief William J. Flynn, United States Secret 
Service, fur a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 191*^. 



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



Andrews, 

Jones, 

McDonald, 



True J. 
Thomas V, 
Edward 



40 Worcester sq. , 
28 School St., 
1057 V/ashington st. 



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



Brine, 



Appointed March 3I, I'^iy. 

Robert F. Downey, 

Appointed April 7, I'^l^. 
Lyneky, William L. 



Joseph R. 



450 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, APRIL ib, l^xy. 



Concluded. 



The application of Gustave H. Baasner for a Wagon License 
#21363 to locate in front of 443 Ashland street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, I919. 



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 Gomraissioners 
approved:- 



Benjamin, 




Al Co. 


4d Huntington av. , 


Lowell Bros 


. & 


Bailey Co. 


69-75 Clinton st.. 


Houghton, 




Oilman B. 


49 Commercial St., 


Hanover Den 


tal 


Co. Inc. 


170 Hanover st. , 


Stengel, 




Joseph 


23-25 Richmond st., 


Palmesano, 




Rosa 


3^ Green st. , 
14b Court St., 


Holmes, 




Jonn H. 


Natnans, 




Isaac 


48-50 Leverett st. 



The application of the kain Street Garage for a Gasoline 
pump at 412 Main street was returned to the Board of Street Commis- 
sioners disapproved for the reason that a pump at this location 
would interfere with public travel. 



Patrolman James F, Costello, granted an indefinite leave 
of absence January 30, lylb, to enter the United States Navy, 
having been placed on inactive service, returned to duty at Station 
15 at 5\45 P. M. , April I8, lyiy. 



Attest: 



Chief Cleric^fl ^ 



OFFICii; OF THE POLICE COiHilSSIOiJER. 
2^ Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, April 19, 1919, 



Ml 



Patriot's Day, and a legal holiday. 



453 



OFFICJi OP THE POLICE COi-ailSSlOilER. 
,2^ Penberton square. 

Boston, Jionday, April 21, I919. 



The jnorning executive session of the Police Department 
was held at the residence of Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, 131 Bay 
State road, today. 

Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, Police Commissioner, and 
Captain Thomas Ryan, Chief Clerk of the Police Department, being 
present. 

The following business was transacted by the Commissioner: 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

Edward W. Kohler - to have a dancing party in Pitzedrick 
Bungalow located at 155 Capen street, Dorchester, on Monday evening, 
April 21, current. 

The Marion Club by James Harmon - to have a dancing party in 
the Allston Dansant located at 138 Brighton avenue on Friday evening 
May 9, current. 



The application of William H. Young, 2B3 Washington 
street, Brighton, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #19^5 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 19iy« 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Israel W. 
Kaufman, President, Frank Herschman, Treasurer, and Abraham 
Herschman, Secretary, as the American Iron & Metal Company, on 
April 30, lyiti, at 140 Oliver street was cancelled by reason of 
the licensees having ceased to be engaged in the business of junk 
shop keepers at that location. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 21. lyly. 



Gontd. 



453 



The application of Joseph Silverman for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 65 Oliver street was granted for the year 
ending April 3^» ^919. in place of the American Iron & Metal Company. 



The application of the Italian Marine Band, consisting of 
thirty musicians, by Valerio Saja, 124 Prince street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Society of St. 
Mary on Monday, April 21, current, and Tuesday, April 22, current, 
fro/n 7 ^o b.30 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From Grandon Hall to liaverick, Surnner, Cottage, 
Chelsea, Border and Frankfort streets to Cottage park. 



The application of Prank Taylor, 3^3 Massachusetts 
avenue, for a.n Itinerant Musician's License was granted for the 
year ending August 31, l^iy. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 31, l'^20. 



Officers 



Ardini, 

Frost, 

Hogan, 

O'Hare, 

Balfe, 

Bloom, 

Farren, 

Keist, 

Maggio, 

Mar sac. 



Stephen A. 
Walter I. 
Gilbert P. 

John A. 

Thomas j7 
Harry 

Jaiaes T. >- 
George M. 
Vincent 
Machmore_ 



Employers. 

The American Tool & Machine Co., 
H. W. Woodworth, Gen'l Mgr. , 
1415 Hyde Park av., 

Joseph M. Matson, 1st Lieut., 
United States Army, Motor 
Transport Corps, 20 Malvern 
St.. B. D.. 



i54 



BOSTON, MOiTOAY, APRIL 2i , 1^1^. 



Contd, 



Special Police Oiiicers Appointed - concluded. 







Officers. 


•^Axf*\^^ c^wu a> I . 


Crosby, 


Thomas P. 


„ ^a, p. '/^I- 


Delap, 


Louis J. 




Dillon, 
Doniineau, 


Wilder L. ) 
James W. f 




Drinkwater, 
White, 


Fred W. 
Frederick H. 



Haley, 
Keiley, 

Robinson, 

Ross, 
Wood, 



George A. 

Michael J. 

Clarence E. 

Fred L. 
Harry P. 



Employers. 

Walton Lunch Company, 
Frank F. Forsythe, Treas. , 
1063 Washington st., 
T. E. Leahy, Manager, 
Magnet Theatre, 

301 Washington st.. Dor. 
Kinney Manufacturing Company, 
Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, 
3t>2y Washington St., 
) Christian Science Publishing 
; Society, Charles E. Jarvis, 
Corresponding Secretary, 
premises located on Falmouth, 

St. Paul & Norway sts., 
Dudley Amusement Company, 
Fred Green, President, 
2200 Washington st., 
American Railway Express Company, 
C. W. Robie, Gen'l Manager, 
premises located in the 
South Station, 
Keith's Boston Theatre Company, 

Charles A. Harris, Manager, 
Boston Theatre, 53V Washington st. 
& Bijou Arcade, l62 Tremont st., 
Ginter Company, 
C. Duane, Treasurer, 
45 Broadway, 
Beacon Chocolate Company, 

W. L. Taliaferro, Secretary, 
367 Broadway. 



The 
J. 



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



Officers. 



Shea, 
Crosby, 



James J. 
Thomas F, 



Appointed. 

March 3I , lyiy, 
April 21, 1919. 



BOSTOII. MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1919. 



Concluded, 



The application of Sergeant James J. Cratty of Division 8 
for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing April 20, 
current, on account of the death of his grand-son was granted 
without pay. 



455 



The application of Patrolman Bernard Harte of Division 
7 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (|pO) Dollars for the 
arrest of Joseph L. Cameron, a deserter from the United States Navy, 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman James T. Kane of Division i? 
for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars for 
the arrest of Henry J, O'Brien for larceny of a lady's fur coat, 
the property of the American Railway Express Company, was granted. 



Attest: 



' Chief CI" 




^56 



OPPIGi) 0? THE POLICE COl^iMISSIOKER. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, April 22, 1919. 



The morning executive session of the Police Department was 
held at the residence of Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, I31 Bay State 
road, today. 

Honorable Edwin U. Curtis, Police Commissioner, and 
Captain Thomas Ryan, Chief Cleric of the Police Department, being 
present. 

The following business was transacted by the Commissioner: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



I 



The application of Jonn H. Hennessey for an Auctioneer's 
License at 529 Old South Building was granted for the year ending 
December 3I, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30. 19-L9. 

75 Austin St., C. D. , 
277 Highland St., Roxbury, 
85 Chambers st. , 
25 Millraont St. , 
586 Newbury st. , 
65b E. Seventh st. 



1971 


Cashin, 


William J. 


1147 


Hayes, 


John F. 


207 > 


Masucci , 


Frederick J 


1978 


McClutchy, 


Herbert S. 


1235 


Rogers, 


Joseph T. 


1974 


Zitzow, 


Adolph 



The license #73,169 granted to Samuel Levine on July 1, 
1918, to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 168 
Warren street, Roxbury, was cancelled by reason of the license having 
been surrendered. 



BOSTOl^ TUESDAY, APRIL 22, lyiy. 



Contd. 



The application of Adolph Zitzow for a license #11)?, 401 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 54-1 Broadway 
was granted for the year ending June 30, I'^^ly. 



4Sf7. 



The special stand granted to Samuel Levine for Hackney 
Carriage License #73, Ib^ on July 1, I's'lb, on Summer street, in front 
of the South Terminal, was cancelled. 



The application of Patrick J. Burke, 7 Taylor street, to 
be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
April 22, 1V20. 



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



Brady , 


Charles 


17& A St. , 


Manch, 


Gilbert T. 


7 Gardner te 


Paul, 


Charles V . S. 


717 E. Seventh 



B. D. 



St. 



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



Officers. 



Carney, 
Delap, 



John F. 
Louis J. 



Appointed. 

March 31, l^iy. 
April 21. lyiy. 



458 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, lyiy. 



Contd. 



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

Division 2. 

B9y54 Burstein & Podolsky Co. in front of 89 Broad st. 

Division 7« 

B30246 Prazier, Flaicid in front of 821 Saratoga st. 



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:- 



Altire, 


Edwardo 


20 


Battery st., 


Andrew Dutton 


CO. 


159 


Friend st. , 


Appleman, 


S. H. 


53 


So. Market st. 


Bono, 


Pasquale 


29 


"A" North St., 


Boston Horse Raddish Co. 


70 


Blackstone st. 


DeLuca, 


Karia 


169 


Friend st. , 


Foss & Company 


595 


Atlantic av. , 


Freundlich, 


Harry 


3^'Z 


Hanover st.. 


lacono, 


Bartolo 


298 


Blue hill av. , 


Lomasney, 


Thomas 


16-18 


Richifiond st. , 


Loomis, 


Peter G. 


3 


Dock sq. , 


Marti no. 


Saolio 


120 


Chelsea st. , 


Rizzo, 


Concetto 


4b 5 


Broadway, 


Ruggerio, 


Vincenzo 


159 


North St., 


Russo, 


John 


375 


Warren st. , 


Sweeney Lynes 


& CO. 


50 


Clinton st. , 


Thios, 


Alexander 


116 


High St. , 


Valsam, 


James 


553 Dudley st. 



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

Latham, Daniel E. 174 Blackstone st. , 

Nevola, Ciro '^^ Tileston st., 

Silverman, William 126 Commercial St., 

disapproved for the reason tJiat stands at these locations would 

interfere with public travel. 



459 



BOSTOiv, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1^1^. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Walter B. King of Division 
13 for leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing April 27, 
current, to attend to private business was granted without pay. 



Attest: 



Chief Clei^l. 




460 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiailSSIOirER. 
2V Pemberton square. 



Boston, V/ednesday, April 23, lyiy. 



Police Conmiissioner 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 :- 

It is hereby ordered that vacations for members of the 
Force for I'^ly shall begin June 2, and end November 3; and that 
not more than one-eleventh of the whole number attached to any 
division shall be absent on vacation at the same time. 

No "day of relief" will be allowed to any member of the 
Force on any of the following days; June 17, July 4, September 1, 
September y, and November 4. Members entitled to "day of relief" 
on any of tiiese days may take their "day off" either before or 
after regular time at the discretion of their Division Commanders. 

kembers of the Force who on June 1, lyiV. shall have been 
in the service at least one year, will be allowed two weeks. The 
time for each will be determined by lot, in the usual way, on 
Thursday, iia^ 1, l^lV. 



VACATIONS to BEGIN and END as FOLLOV/S: 



No, 
n 

II 

11 

II 

II 

II 

n 

n 

II 

II 



1 
2 

3 

4 

6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 



To begin at 7.45> A. 



Hi. 



7.45 
7.Ab' 
7.45 
7.45 
7.45 
7.45 
" 7.45 
"7.45 

" 7.45 



June 
II 



July 
n 

Aug. 
•I 



19 

ly 
2 

16 
" 26 

Sept. 10 
II 24 

Oct. b 
" 20 



2 and end at same time June 16, 

July 3 
II ic^ 

Aug. 2 
" 16 
" 30 

Sept. 8 



Oct. 
II 

NOV. 



24 

8 

22 

3- 



shall have been on the 

taken 



Patrolmen who on June 1, lyiy, 
Force for less than one year, will be allowed one week, to be 
at such times as the commanding officers of divisions shall 
designate. 



461 



BOSTON, ^:ED]^ESDA^, APRIL 23, 1^1^. 



Contd, 



Neil J. Donerty was employed as a janitor for the proba- 
tionary tern of six months, commencing April 23, current, with pay 
at the rate of Nine Hundred Thirty-nine (^3^) Dollars per annum, 
in place of Thomas J, LIcDonough, discharged April 14, 191^. 



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

17 Akron st. , Hoxbury, 
112 Thornton at. , Roxbury, 

31 Clarence st. , Roxbury, 
206 Massachusetts av. 



1980 


Bradford, 


Walter R. 


1542 


Hunter, 


Edward L. 


1979 


LaPlante, 


Henry E. 


13 


Law, 


Emerson C 



The application of William C. Dustin for a transfer of 
his license 75'025C8a to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 57 Cliff street to a garage at 1 hartlett street was 
granted. 



The application of Harold S. Lutes, 3^ Vine street, 
Winchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



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



Bonner, 



Regan, 



Appointed March ^1, 1919- 
Edward L. Keefe, 

Appointed April 14, 191':^. 
Charles J. Reisert, 



Arthur P. 



Henry J. 



462 



BOSTON, V/SDIIESDAY, APRIL 23, 191^. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed April 21, 1^1'i. 



Ardini, 

Ealfe, 

DrinKYfater, 

Farren, 

Frost, 

Haley, 

Hogan, 



Stephen A. 
Thomas J. 
Fred W. 
James T. 
Walter I. 
George A. 
Gilbert P. 



Ke i s t , 

Kelley, 

O'Hare, 

Robinson, 

Boss, 

White, 

Wood, 



Contd, 



George M. 
Michael J. 
John A. 
Clarence E. 
Fred L. 
Frederick H, 
Harry F. 



The application of Julian A. Heath, y8 Princeton street, 
iiedford, for a license //C12006 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
was granted until karch 1, 1^20. 



The applications of the following named persoiis for 
Wagon Licenses v/ere granted for the year ending June 30, 1^1 /•• 



Division 1. 



12;>b Bardalato, Francesco 
1207 Mazzarino, Pasquale 



in a stable at 337 North st. , 
" '• •• " ^7 Richmond st. 



Division 16. 
B30982 ijailloux, Edward C. in front of 



10 St. Botolph st, 



The application of Antonio Belangio for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 66O "A" Main street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



463 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRli. 23, I9IV. Concluded. 



2 for 

23, current, 

pay. 



The application of Sergeant Michael Sullivan of Division 
leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing April 

on account of the death of his son was granted without 



• The application of Inspector Walker A. Smith of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward 
of One Hundred (100) Dollars from Police Corcmissioner James W. 
Inches of Detroit, kichigan, for the arrest of Louis Ross, alias 
Rosetta, a fugitive frora justice, wanted in Detroit, iiichigan, was 
granted. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending April 24, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons , 

Total , 



.■$45,245.06 

61B.I9 

50b. 19 

I&I.39 

53.23 

^46,606.06 



Attest; 



<iU^t't>L.t^€4.CuC>, 



Chief Cler 




464 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE C0I.'_MISSI01iER. 
2"?i Pemoerton square. 

Boston, Thursday, April 24, I919. 



Police Cornmissioner 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 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year 
ending June 30, iyi9. 



1983 


Brown, 


Philip A. 


108 


1965 


, Dav i 8 , 


John J. 


34 


l-i^x 


jjod^e, 


Raxp/i ji;. 


27 


2124- 


Ormsby, 


Robert D. 


37 


54i,- 


Heardon, 


Henry J. 


29 


1982 


Roma, 


Dominic 


40 


1989 


Stevens, 


James F. 


1125 



I>, 



Euttonwood St. , D. 
liiozart at. , J. P. , 
Claremont st., i^alden, 
Suimner st., lAedford, 
Longfellow st. , 
Bicicergtaf f st. , 
Harrison av. 



The application of Daniel B. Osgood for a license #108,795 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 120 Worcester 
street was granted for the year ending June 30» 1919' 



Tne application of iiichael J. O'Brien for a transfer of 
his license #102,801 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 2|? Irvington street to a garage at 1243 Blue Hill avenue 
was granted. 



The special stands for six Hackney Carriage Licenses 
#031?CP. 035CR, 035CS, 035CT, 035CV and 035Cw granted to the Taxi 
Service Company on July 1, 1918, on Atlantic avenue, east side, 
north corner of India wharf, from 6 a. ra. to 10 a. m. , daily, were 
cancelled "by reason of their having been surrendered. 



465 



BOSTOIT, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1^19. 



Contd. 



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



02144A Home oc Prince 

0312AL~ 

03X2AC 

03i2ADl *Town Taxi Inc. 

0312AP' 

0312AE 

0312AG 



in front of 3^ Hanover st., 



Atlantic av. east side, north side of 
India wharf, from 6 a. ni. to 10 

a. ra. , daily, 



*in place of the Taxi Service Company. 



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



Avellino Band, consisting of 
Panetta, 42^ Hanover street, - to 
Air Ola Gardini on Sunday, April 27 

Route: Prom 17O Hanover stre 
Hanover, Charter, Salem and Prince 
cott street to 170 Hanover street. 

Alex. Drinkwater, 106 Linden 
to parade in an auto announcing a 
Allied Veterans on Thursday, April 

Route: Principal streets thr 

A. G. Monahan, 33 ^^^ascot stre 
to parade in an auto truck with a 
Legion of Allied Veterans for the 
service men on Friday and Saturday 
10 a, m. to 6 p. m. 

Route: Corner of V/ashington 
and iieacon streets. 



thirty-five musicians, ty Charles 
parade with the Society of Giorgio 
, current, from 3 ^.o 6 p. m. 
et to Battery, Uorth, Richmond, 
streets, Keany square and Dndi- 

street, Everett, - two musicians 
dance to be held by the Legion of 

24, iyi9, froja 6 to 10. 30 p. m. 
oughout the city of Boston, 
et, Dorchester, - two musicians 
piano to raise funds for the 
purpose of providing employment for 
April 2^ and 26, current, from 

and Sumaier streets and Tremont 



The application of Howard W. Holmes, 143 Washington 
street, Brookline, approved by J. il. Kelly, Special Agent, Kew York, 
New Haven and Hartford Railroad, for a license to carry a pistol or 
revolver in this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending 
iv-ay 31. 1919. 



466 



iiOSTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Tne application of Gorrado Palladino, l8 Ashley street, 
East Boston, for a copy of his license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in tiiis Goiamonwealth was granted. 



On the application of the Boston Young Men's Christian 

Union ''oy Edward E. Claric, the following named persons were 

appointed Special Pollde Officers for duty in and about the premisea 

of the grand stand erected for the use of the Boston Young Hen's 

Christian Union on Massachusetts avenue, west side, between Norway 

and Astor streets, on Friday, April 25, l^l^. during the parade of 
the 26th (Yankee) Division. 

John F. Keaney, 
Daniel A. MacKay, 
Patrick ?. Reagan. 



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



Appointed March 31, lyiy, 



Becicer, 
Brinkmann, 
Clougherty , 
Comer, 
Dow, 



Keaney, 



James H. 
Carl J. 
Francis F. 
Dennis Li. 
Frederick V. 



McLaughlin, 

Murphy, 

Rogers, 

Sullivan, 

Tupper, 



Appointed April 24, lyi*^. 



John F. 
Heagan, 



MacKay, 
Patrick F. 



George B, 
Joseph H. 
Edward J. 
John R. 
Edward J. 



Daniel A. 



Igotice naving been received from the liay State Street 
Railway Company that the following named persons are no longer in 
its employ, the licenses granted to eaid persons were cancelled:- 



45 Libby, 



Ralph G. V/. 



Conductor, 



467 



JiOSTON. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, l^l^. 



Contd. 



Ba^ State Street Ry. Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



275 


Gigson, 


Archibald L. 


95 


jj'itzraeyer. 


J?red Li. 


271 


Cohen, 


Morris 


467 


Daly, 


waiter D. 


153 


(J'Neill, 


A. 


537 


Whiteoone, 


William M. 


505 


Arvedon, 


Harry 


417 


Brovm, 


H. A. 


347 


Corrigan, 


E. A. 


267 


PinKler, 


H. G. 


333 


Harper, 


F. L. 


225 


licKie, 


Thomas E. 


135 


Shulze, 


Arthur G. 


h 


Wren, 


Joseph P. 


573 


uiner, 


Harris H. 


^^5 


Shaw, 


Joseph L. 


441 


pead, 


William E. 


171 


Paterson, 


Harold A. 


249 


Higgins, 


W. S. 


461 


Harney, 


James J . 


593 


Wright, 


Harold G. 


3^9 


J ohnson, 


Christopher 


r^i 


Sullivan, 


Henry S. 


321 


Walker, 


Prank A. 


2d>' 


Sniith, 


Prank li. 


479 


Conley, 


Leo P. 


431 


Lansonette, 


Joseph P. 


257 


Silver, 


Max 


154 


Steele, 


William 


278 


Williams, 


Harold E. 


412 


Landry, 


Prancis J. 


532 


Molloy, 


J aine s P . 


386 


Connell, 


Thomas J. 


392 


Lesser, 


Isadore 


426 


Hideout, 


Louis A. 


546 


Webb, 


James J. 


450 


Ayotte, 


John 


316 


Gallagher, 


James P. 


510 


Gill Jspie, 


li. ¥. 


372 


Leahy, 


Dennis P. 


414 


Laine, 


J. H. 


376 


iielson. 


W. J. 


272 


Q,uinn, 


J. A. 


564 


Rornanovitz, 


Joseph 


210 


Stone, 


A. W. 



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468 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



Bay State Street Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



436 Lovett, 

i>l6 Smith, 

314 Connolly, 

30 Dineen, 

280 Malone, 

260 O'Connor, 

76 Dexter, 

478 Wilson, 

88 Burke, 

256 Bruce, 

400 Shanley, 

164 V/est, 

522 Noseworthy, 

348 Harney, 

52 Lewis, 

112 Dick, 

116 McCarthy, 

356 Portello. 



Frank 
Michael J. 
John J. 
John 

Morton R. 
Michael 
Arthur L. 
John Jr. 
Michael J. 
G. F. 
Thomas A. 
N. R. 
Eugene 
Jaiae s J . 
Lauren F. 
Louis 
Dennis 
Ralph 



Motorman, 



The application of Leo Bartels for a Wagon License 
#B302b^ to locate in front of 7 Ford street, East Boston, was 
granted for the year ending June 30, lyl'^. 



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

Sergeant Harry G. Berry of Division 2, three days, commencing 
April 27, current, to visit his mother in Laine. 

Patrolman Josepn S. iv'oisan of Division l5i three days, commenc- 
ing April 24, current, on account of the death of his brother-in-law 
at Ames bury. 



469 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1^19 • 



Concluded. 



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



Bartoli, 
Dorr:ja:i, 
Posgate, 
V 1 s ca , 



Giacchnio 

Simon 

L. C. Co. 

Paolo 



11 "A" Charter st. , 
104 Clinton st. , 
56 Clinton st . , 
83 Prince st. 



Attest; 



Chief CleJl:. 




470 



Oi'FICE OF TliE POLICE COiaxISSIOMER. 
2y Peiabertoa square. 

Boston, Friday, April 25, 1^19. 



On account of the parade of the 26th (Yankee) Division, 
Overseas Expeditionary Forces, in this City today, the office of 
the Police Commissioner was closed. 



i7i 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE GOMMISSIOlffiR. 
29 PCiiiberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, April 26, lyly. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



the 



The 
following 



Superintendent of 
to the Department 



Police was 
by General 



directed 
Order :- 



to promulgate 



As Police Goriiraissioner I extend my congratulations to the Po- 
lice Force for the competent and efficient handling of tne parade 
of the 26th Division. The weeks of careful preparation had their 
full result in a very effective piece of police work. The people 
of Boston have been accustomed for many years to expect satisfactory 
performance of duty by their Police Force and it is to the credit of 
that Police Force that tney take it as a matter of course that this 
paraae should nave oeen so well handled. Yet I deem it only due to 
the Force to say that in maintaining its high standard it merits the 
thanks of the co;amunity it serves. 

To the Superintendent, whose thorough and painstaking prepara- 
tion and uiitiring supervision made this commendation possible, I 
extend my congratulations, trusting that he feels, as I do, how much 
this success was due to his efforts. 

To the Chief of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and his , 
corps, who took up worK in addition to their usual duties, I extend I 
my congratulations for their successful efforts in the protection of 
our citizens and visitors. 

To the commanding Officers who so admirably carried out the j 
instructions of the Superintendent, I also express my appreciation. 
And to the Patrolmen of the yorce, who cheerfully and uncomplain- 
ingly endured the long hours of work and waiting, whetlier on the 
line of parade or elsewnere, after having undergone the burden of 
extra duty for some time before on account of the influx of visitors 
I extend my thanks. I 

I most gratefully recognize the splendidly efficient v/ork of 
the officers and men of the lietropolitan park Police Force whose 
invaluable assistance contributed in great measure to our success. 



472 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1^19. 



Contd. 



The application of Ralph K. Coleman for an Amusement 
License to have a dramatic entertainn:ent in the Dudley Street Opera 
House located at II3 Dudley street on Friday evening. May 23, 
current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Home & Prince for a license #021440 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 2^3 Isorthampton 
street was granted for the year ending June 30. ^9^^' 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Collective L:u8icians' Licenses were granted: 



Italian lAarine Band, consisting of thirty-five 
Valerio Saja, 24 prince street, - to accompany the 
si on of the late Giuseppe malvone on Sunday, April 
from 12 m. to 2 p. m. 

Route: i?rom 28 Prince street to Salem, Charte 
North, Richmond and Hanover streets to Prince Stree 
Hanover street to the American House. 

Salvation Army Band, consisting of thirty musi 
F. Walker, 65 Shawraut avenue, - to parade with The 
on Sunday, April 2'/, current, from 2 to 3.1i? p. m. , 
p. m. 

Route: From Bennet street to Washington stree 
Shawmut avenue. 

Salvation Army Band, consisting of thirty musi 



Antrim, 48 Myrtle 
Monday, April 25, 
Route: From 
and Derne streets 



musicians, "by 
funeral proces- 
2'/, current, 

r. Battery, 

t Church; thence 

cians, by Charles 
Salvation Army 
and 7 to B.lij 

t, Broadway and 

cians, by W. A. 
ation Army on 



street, - to parade with The Salv 

current, from 7 to 6 p. m. 

pemberton square to Court, Cambridge, Bowdoin 

to Temple street. 



The application of Henry A. Petit, 96 Huntington avenue, 
to be appointed a Private Detective was granted for tne year ending 
April 26, 1^20. 



i73 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, lyly. 



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, IVl^^ 



Eewell, 
Turner, 



Clinton L. 
Prank G. 
approved by W. 



24 Pleasant st. , Reading, 
51 QiUeensberr^ st., 
F. Glidden, Treasurer, American 
Trust Company. 



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



Brass, 
Collins, 



Earnet 
Jame s F . 



244 Paris st. , 
13^0 Massachusetts av., 

Arlington, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June ^0, 191V* 

Division 11. 

B3127I McDougall & Pitonoff in front of 337 Freeport st. 

Division 14. 

01 543c 1 McVey, Thomas H. in front of 53-5? Market st. 
015430) 



The application of Patrolman Jeremiah O'lTeil of Division 
6 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (^0) Dollars for the 
arrest of George Brothers, a deserter from the United States Army, 
was granted. 



474 



BOSTOl^, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, lyly, 



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 Coimnissi oners 
approved: - 



Miraglia, Frank 
Lj'eedle & Davidson 



35 "A" Hancock 
305 Broadway. 



St. 



Attest: 



Chief CleM>«v 



i75 



Oi'i'lCE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIIER. 
2^ Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, April 28, I919. 



Police Coraiaissioner 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 :- 

:*?>•«, brolmaii Jconea Ooxoe^ I3ivJ.Bion 10 having arrived at the 
aga of cixty-five and one- twelfth years and having performed faithful 
service Xn the Prslice .Dspart-ment for thirty-four and ; Jielfths 
yeuj.'&j :>,.: xe. nereoy 

Oxuoroc! HI a Honor tha Mayor having approved the same, that 
the said Patrclman Colbert he ratlrM from active aervic^ and that his 
name be placed upon the Dajjai'i-iie.:::. pejii^icn roll with 'peij ' ^^" ra"^ • 
Seven Eundred (yoo^l Dollarts per annua, said sim heirxg one-haji of the 
arao-ixnt of coirtpensatlori received "by him in the office from <* 5ch he is 
i-juxrea; to take effect Itonday, April 28, 1919, -at 5*',45 . ..ick, ?, M, 



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

Home Club of East Boston by Alice M. Dicker - to have a 
dramatic performance in the Chapman School Plall located on Eutaw 
street on the evenings of May 1 anc 2, current. 

East Boston Iviasonic Building Association by Frank C. V/ood, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Music Hall located at 344-350 Meridian street until August 
1. lyiy. 



476 

B03TOI4, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1919. Contd. 



The application of Charles S. Coffin for an Auctioneer's 
License at 139 "A" Norfolk street, Dorchester, was granted for the 
year ending December 31, I919. 



Tne application of Charles S. Solomon for a transfer of 
his Auctioneer's License from 212 Columbus avenue to 14-1 V/est 
Newton street was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 

June 3C, 1919. 

1994 Moylan, Bernard T. 128 Walnut av., Revere, 
199b' Nolan, John T. 20 V/ard st., Roxbury. 



The application of Herbert E. Montgomery for a license 
#121,760 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 65 
Zeigler street, Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 

30, 1919. 



The applicatioii of peter DeLeliis, 22 Common street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Coiiiinonwealth 
was rejected. 



Patrick J. Burke, reappointed April 22, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a private detective. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, APRIL 26, l^l^. 



Contd. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending iiarch 31, 1^20. 



477 



Officers. 



Campbell, 



Robert 



Garrick, 



Harvey A. 



Christian, 

Kelley, 

Leach, 

vVallace, 

Conrad, 



Donoghue , 

Johnson, 
Dix, 

Redden, 
Smith, 



James W. 
James F. 
Albert F. 
George 0. 
William 



John E. 



Alien W 
George M 

Levi 



M. f 



Smyth, 



Charles P. 



Fred H. 



Employers. 

The Woodbourne Co., Agent, 
E. D. jjrooks, Ass't Treas., 
237-277 Broadway, 2^7-267 Harrison 
av., 1 & 4, 5, 6, 7, ^. v. 10. lOi, 
11, 12, 13, 14 & 15 Eoanet st. , & 
private way on uoanet street, 
H. P. Hood & Sons, 

C. H. Hood, Treasurer, 
4^4, 52V, 477 to 479, 461 to 483 
491 to 4^/5 Rutherford av., 5 to 15 
Thorndi^e st. , 8 to 24 Allen St., 
44C, 448, 450 & 452 Main st., 2? to 
30 Anson st., I9 to 24 St. Mark st. 
136 Westbourne ter., 298 Dorchester 
St. & 1204 Columbia rd. , & 66 

Yifhitfield st. 
The Edison Electric Illuminating 
Co., Robert E. Dillon, Ass't 
Supt. , 1165 Massachusetts av . 



A. L. Wolffe, Manager, 
nickelodeon Theatre, 
51 Hanover st. , 
Tarrant P. King, Trustee, 
King Terminal, 
Summer, First and K streets. 

Proprietors of Long \¥harf or a^. 
Boston Pier, Fred H. Smith, , •■ 
Yvharf inger, Atlantic av., 1 

William P. Houston, Clerk, c^ 
Ruggles St. Baptist Church, 

Kugglee St., Roxbury, 
Boston & Albany Railroad, 

E. L. Keefer, Agent, 
premises located in the East 
Boston District, 
Lancaster Amusement Company, 
E. ivi. Boland, Manager, 
31 Lancaster st. 



CLyvu 30, p. 4?+, 



30, p '+?+■ 



30, to 4r4. 

30, 

30, 

30, 



30, 


p- 


+8'^. 


^o, 






8 0, 


r 


j-H 


30, 


r 


4^^ 



So, 



i7S 



BOSTOH, MOITOAY, APRIL 28, lyiy. 



Concluded. 



Daniel Macdonald, appointed April 7. current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were grafted for the year ending June 30, lyl':;/. 

Division 10. 



I B30yyi Nicole & Stead 

131':^ Paul, Dominic 
■ B314OV Saunders, Robert M. 



in front of 10 Camden st. , 
" " " 47 Whitney st. , 
127 Longwood av. 



M H II 



Division 11. 
i B31425 Frost, Williair. p. in the Field's Corner Garage. 

Division ly. 
! 1313 Itosen, Hyraan J. in front of 870 Blue Hill av. 



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 Commissi oners 
I approved ; - 



Leffas, 
O'Brien. 



Attest: 



lUcholas G. 
Walter P. 



26 "A" Brattle st., 
137 Evans st. 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE Uji' IKE POLICE COMiaSBIOia^R. 
2"^ Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, April 2^, l^i^. 



Police coimnissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted tiie following business: 

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



479 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Catherine E, 
Robinson, widow of George M. Robinson deceased April 1, current, the 
sum of Sixty-eight and 88/100 (68.88) Dollars, being the amount due 
him on the March and April pension rolls as a pensioned police 
officer of the city of Boston at the time of his decease. 



The application of the Shirley Club by Mae L. King for 
an Amusement License to have a dancing party in the Allston Dansant 
located at I38 Brighton avenue on Wednesday evening, April 30, 
current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



lyyV Cornett, 

2000 Hartung, 

iyy6 Trainor, 

I'^^O Wright, 



Arthur V/. 
Andrew F. 
William J. 

Reginald F. 



501 Columbus av. , 
614 E. Eighth St., 

73 Bennett st. , Brignton, 
4':;^1 Huntington av. 



480 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. APRIL 2y, lyi^. 



Gontd. 



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

127.606I 

127,607! iiowatt, Frederick A. K. A Go. in a garage at 1?53 Blue 

127,660) ^ Hill ay. , 

026a Trainor, William J. in a garage at 200 Washington st., 

Brignton, 



12t),121 v/right, Reginald F. 



33 Worthington st. 



The application of Clarence II. Ellis for a transfer of 
his license #0111B to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 306 liain street to a garage at 17 Clarendon street was 
granted. 



The application of tne Aleppo Temple Drum Corps, consist- 
ing of sixty musicians, oy Fred E. Bolton, Room 301, City Hall 
Annex, for a Collective Musicians* License to parade witn the 
members of Aleppo Temple (Shriners) on Tuesday, April 2y, current, 
at 6 p. ra. , was granted. 

Route: Form at iiecnanics hall, Huntington avenue, to Boylston 
street to the Hotel Touraine; returning via Boylston street to 
Huntington avenue to kechanica Hall. 



The application of John T. Mci^uaide, 7^ F street, 
approved by John V. jPastorelli, Vice President, John Leigh Company, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for tne year ending ^.uay 31, 1^1^. 



J. Thorna for a Wagon License 



Tne application of percivai J. Thorna for a Wagon Licen 
.23^ to locate in front of 4^6 Southampton street was granted 
the year ending June 30, 1':^!^. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 2i , 1^1^. 



Concluded. 



The application 
7 for perraisaion to leave 
May 1, current, to regain 



of Patrolman John L. Gallagher of Divisior 
tne city for twenty-one days, commencing 
his health at Lexington was granted. 



481 



Patrolman iiichael J. Murphy, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of aosence November 21, 1^17 i to enter the United States Army 
having oQQn honorably discnarged tnerefrom, returned to duty at 
Division 16 at !?.45 p. m. , April 2v, I'^'lV. 



Attest; 



Cnief oJ.|«K^ 



4^2 



OFPICj; op the POLICif: COLiMISSIOiffiK. 
29 Pembertoa square. 



Boston, Wednesday, April 30, 1^1"^. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Alice T. 
Doherty, widow of Cnarles H. Doherty deceased April 5i current, 
the sujii of nine ana '-^y/lO^) [i-O'^) Dollars, being the amount due the 
said Charles H. Doherty as a pensioned police officer of the 
city of Boston at the time of his decease. 



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



liy Davies, 

2001 iioore, 

2003 Perry, 

1037 Sheehey, 



George J. 
Lawrence 
kerton E. 
Michael 



46 Bracjtcett St., B. D. , 
172 Lexington av., Camb. , 
72 Rutland St., 
35 Rochester st. 



The application of the Bay view Auto Company for a 
transfer of its license ^0455B to set up and use a Hackney Carriage 
from a garage at 54-1 Sast Broadway to a garage at 137 I street was 
granted. 



483 



BOSTON, •WEDKESDAY. APRIL 30, 1^19. 



Uontd. 



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



Fruiaan, 
ijatthes, 
Pessin, 
Roberts, 



Louis 
Abraham 

Mayer 
Charles 



58 Johnston rd. 
118 Roxbury st. , 
307 Harvard st. , 

3b W. Lenox St. 



Benfield, Alber 
hotel 
Collins, Jjillen A. 
Elliot, Oliver C 
Boston Industrial Home 



t J. Union ) 
Company J 

. Supt. L 
tne. Inc. f 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to Keep Public Lodging Houses under the provisions of 
chapter 242 of the Acts of 1^04, were granted for the year ending- 
April 30, iy20. ^ 

4y6" 
76 
100 
210 
167 
202 
132 
98 

3i 
^6 



Lyons, Joseph G. Mgr. ) 

Imperial House, J 

Lyons, Joseph G. Kgr. L 

Model House, j 

Lyons, Joseph G. Mgr. ) 

Homestead House, J 
Lyons, Joseph G. Mgr. J 

Palace House, J 

Lyons, Joseph G. Mgr. L 

Anchor House, ) 

McNally, Thomas 

West End House, 
Renfrew, Alexander] 

Marshall House 



y 



I 



1051-10153 Washington st. , 

234 Commercial st. , 

17 Davis St. Sc 341 Harri- 
son av . , 
1202 Washington st., 

1025 Washington st., 

120 Eliot St. , 

194 Commercial st. , 

238 GoiTimercial st., 

19 Causeway st. , 

164 Comiaercial st, , 



6 

4 

5 

2 
2 



484 



BOSTON, "WEDl^ESDAY, APRIi. 30, I919. 



Contd. 



TJie applioations of the following named persons for 
Collective Musicians* Licenses were granted:- 

Coast Artillery Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by 
William E. Chainberlain, ^5 l^Iil-^ street, - to parade for the purpose 
of promoting the Fifth Liberty Loan on Tnursday, liay 1, current, 
from 12.30 to 1.30 p. m. 

Route: From Coi;imon to Beacon, School, 'Vashington, State, 
Congress, Franklin, Federal, Kigli, Summer, Winter, Tremont, Boylston 
and Charles streets to the starting point. 

Salvation Army Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
John Parkins, 42 Saratoga street, - to parade with The Salvation 
Army on Wednesday, April 30, current, from 7 to b p. m. 

Route: From lilavericK square to Meridian street to Central 
square and Saratoga street. 



The license to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
William H. Koyes and John G. Smith as Noyes & Smith on February 
12, lyiy, at 724 Dudley street was cancelled for non-payment of the 
license fee. 



licenses 



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



Colson, 

Josel, 

Kline, 

Sumberg, 

Watson, 



Howard 
Danger 
Wolf 
Louis C. 
Americus G. 



10 Parnell st., 
1420 Tremont st., 

71 Broadway, 
357 Washington st., 
714 Shawraut av. 



The following named persons, appointed April 2b, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Campbell, 

Carrick, 

Christian, 



Robert 
Harvey A. 
Jame s W . 



Kelley, 

Leach, 

Readen, 



James F. 
Albert P. 
Levi 



BOSTON, WiJDiJiaSDAY, APRIL 30. 1^1^. 



Conta. 



bpeciai police orticers aworn - conciuaed, 



(jonraa, 

Dix, 

Johnson, 



William 
George Ui. 
Allen W. 



Smi th , 
Smyth, 
Wallace, 



Charles P, 
jj'red H. 
George 0. 



485 



The application of Patrolman George L. Shattuok of 
Division 9 for leave of absence from duty for four days, commencing 
May 3, current, to visit his mother at Shelburne was granted 
without pay. 



Tne application of Sergeant William P. Gaffney of Division 
3 for permission to leave the city twice a week for thirty days, 
commencing April ^0, current, to visit his children who are staying 
at Winthrop while his wife is in the City Hospital, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman John F. Leary of Division 5 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Three and 73/100 (3«73) Dollars, 
being the cost of a nev/ helmet to replace one destroyed while 
arresting Lianual Smith for murder in front of 321 Columbus avenue 
on April 25, current, was granted. 



Patrolman William J. O'Brien, who was granted an indefinit 
leave of absence February 18, I'^lS, to enter the service of the 
United States Navy, having been placed on inactive service, returned 
to duty at Station 6 at 5.45 P. M. , April 30, lyiy. 



486 



BOSTOII, WEDilESDAjf, APRIL 30 , 1^1^ . 



Contd. 



The applications of tne following named persons for 
Junk Collectors' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 
30. 1920. 

15 Allen St. , 
33 Rose St., 
oy Lexington st. , 

118 W. Pourtn St. , 
72 Allen St., 
18 Minot St. , 

11 Parlcman St. , 
104 W. Cedar st. , 

22 Barton st. , 
101 Morris st., E. B. , 
4 Appian pi., E. B. , 
839 Saratoga st., 
206 Havre st. , 
7 Falcon St., 
9 Weston St. , 
£^3 Barton st. , 
47 Fsij St., 
140 Chelsea st., E. B., 
71 Phillips St. , 
25 Auburn st. , 
14 Florence st., 
13 Kennard av. , 
153 Paris St. , 
17 Oswego St. , 
42 Lome st. , 
30 Bower st. , 

16 Willard st. , 
136 Slmo St. , 
182 Harold St., Roxbury, 

91 "A" Intervale st. , 
326 Harvara st., D. D. , 
1 Blossom ct. , 
4 Dunham st. , 
27b Sumner st., E. B. , 
58 Erie St. , 
i?8 Hampden st. , 
78 Ruggles St. , 
32 Morris st. , 

6 Arbutus St., 
95 i^orinandy st. , 
"iA Erie st. , 

12 McLean ct. , 
135 Harold st.. 



Adelman, 


Rubin 


Adelstein, 


Jacob 


Ahlquist, 


carl 


Ainbender, 


Israel 


Allen, 


Samuel 


Alpert, 


ike 


Ances, 


Jiiorria 


Andle, 


Louis 


Appal , 


Samuel 


Aronson, 


Barney 


Aronson, 


Robert 


Avarbock, 


Jacob 


Baxer, 


Benjamin 


Baker, 


Frank C. 


Baxer, 


Harry 


Balaban, 


Max 


Balan, 


Isaac 


Barron, 


William 


Bar sky. 


Simon 


Bass, 


Barnett 


Baxerman, 


Joseph 


Becker, 


Louis 


Beggeiiiian, 


Abraham 


Belinsky, 


Samuel 


Belocerkowsky, 


Scholom 


Bennett, 


joe 


Berg, 


Harry 


Bergman, 


Jacob 


Berman, 


Hyman 


Berman, 


Joseph 


Bernstein, 


Jacob 


Billick, 


Harry 


Billings, 


Samuel 


Bimber, 


George 


Birbriar, 


Eli 


Blinder, 


Jacob 


Blitt, 


Lewis 


Blufstein, 


Benny 


Blume, 


Isadore 


Blume , 


Levi 


Bluraenthal , 


Louis 


Bornstein, 


Jacob 


Bornstein, 


Samuel 



487 



BOSTON, WiilDlffiSDAY, APKIL 30, lyi^. 



Contd. 



Juiil£ 



Collectors' 


Licenses Granted - 


• contd. 


Bortnick, 


Morris 


52 


Botkewitz, 


Jkichael 


4V 


Breen, 


Solomon 


23 


Brodofsicy, 


Saiftuel 


65 


Brodsky, 


Jacob 


13^ 


Brook, 


Sam 


ly 


Brotchin, 


Abrahara 


20 


Brotchin, 


Solomon 


101 


Brown, 


±ienjarain 


3 


Brown, 


Hyraan 


23 


Brown, 


Isaac 


33 


Bunich, 


t] a than 


253 


Burns tein, 


Israel 


127 


(jarnel. 


Joe 


167 


Canner, 


Barnet 


48 


Caplan, 


Joseph 


209 


Casper, 


Sam 


14 


Chapman , 


John F. 


1 


Clayinan, 


Henry 


313 


Cohen, 


Ba,rnet 


b 


Cohen, 


Benjamin 


38 


Conen, 


Eli 


116 


Cohen, 


Harry 


37 


Cohen, 


Hyiuaii 


22y 


Cohen, 


Isaac 


36 


Cohen, 


Isaac J. 


229 


Cohen, 


Jacob 


^43 


Cohen, 


Jacob 


5 


Cohen, 


Jacob 


19 


Cohen, 


Joseph 


207 


Conen, 


Joseph 


258 


Cohen, 


Julius 


73 


Cohen, 


Louis 


y2 


Cohen, 


Louis 


104 


Cohen, 


Louis 


34 


Cohen, 


luiax 


1^4 


Cohen, 


Samuel 


64 


Collins, 


Charles 


88 


Colling, 


Daniel J. 


76 


Confer, 


ijathan 


82 


Curewitz, 


Sam 


384 


Cutler, 


Sam 


187 


Daniel, 


Hyma,n 


322 


Daufinan, 


Harry 


111 



Hampden st., 
No. Russell St. 
Oak Grove ter. , 
Border st. , 
Brighton st., 
Kose St., 
Laconia st. , 
Elmo St., 
Poplar pi. , 
Intervale st., 
Irving St. , 
Marion st. , 
Hollander st., 
Chelsea st., S. 
Northampton st. 
Chelsea st., E. 
No. Russell st. 
Thorndike st., 



B. 



B. 



C. D. 



Chelsea st., E. B. 
Hartwell st., 
Pabyan s t . , 
kt. Pleasant av., 
Haskins st., 
CiiSisea St. , E. B. 
Balfour st., 
Chelsea st., E. B. 
Harrison av. , 
Poplar pi. , 
Barton st. , 
Chelsea St., E. B. 
iiiarion st., 
Fayston st. , 
W. Cedar st., 
Lucerne st.. 
No. Anderson st. 
Chelsea st., E. 
Phillips St., 
Bolton St. , 
W. Broadway, 
Brighton st.. 
Blue Hill av. , 
(^uincy st., 
Chelsea st., E. B. 
Ruggles St., 



B. 



488 



BOSTOH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, I919. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Granted - contd. 



Deitchjnan, 


Louis 


10 


Arbutus St., 


Demask, 


Max 


y62 


Hyde ParK av . , 


Doherty, 


George 


61^ 


Saratoga st., 


jjomisek, 


Michael 


5 


Cunard St., 


Donovan, 


Cornelius J. 


4y 


W. Eagle St., 


Donovan, 


Jarnes R. 


3 


McGormack sq. , 


Dress, 


Joseim. 


7y 


Morris st. , 


Einbinder, 


Phillip 


5 


Poplar St., 


iiisner, 


Simon 


42 


Juhnston rd. , 


Elkin, 


Abrsira 


2ti 


Fays ton st. , 


Elliot, 


John 


365 


Meridian st. , 


En^erog, 


Osher 


7V 


Poplar St., 


Epstein, 


Morris 


102 


Myrtle st.. 


Erychovin, 


Bendit 


25 


Cherry st. , 


Factor, 


Benjamin 


63 


jJdgewood St. , 


if'astosky, 


Abraham 


209 


Chambers St., 


Fastowsky, 


i^orris 


15 


Spring St. , 


Feingiveig, 


Louis 


177 


Putnam st. , 


Feldberg, 


Harry 


12 


Seneca st. , 


Feldberg, 


wolf 


5 


Kirkland st. , 


Feldman, 


Abraham 


34 


Hollander st.. 


jjeldraan. 


xiyman 


337 


Charles st. , 


Fine, 


Isaac 


66 


Fayston st. , 


Fine, 


Samuel 


4 


Plant av . , 


ij'iae. 


Samuel 


106 


Morris St., 


Fine, 


Simon 


267 


Lexington st.. 


Fisher, 


i<rank 


76 


Leverett st., 


if'isher. 


Louis 


76 


Erie st.. 


Fisher, 


SelicK 


16 


Thorndike st.. 


FitzGerald, 


Erxiest 


boi 


Centre st., J. 


Fleshnan, 


Harris 


20 


Rochester st.. 


Foilb, 


Leiser 


3ti 


Grove st.. 


Fox, 


Samuel H. 


70 


Allen St., 


Fradkoff , 


i.iax 


100 


Woodcliff St., 


Frank, 


Harry 


1V3 


Magnolia St., 


Fraxikel, 


Saiiiuel 


251 


Dover St., 


FranKlin, 


Joseph 


b 


Bradford st. , 


Freedman, 


Joseph 


207 


Cnelsea st. , E 


Freedman, 


tuax 


225 


Paris St., 


Freidinan, 


Solomon 


66 


Munroe st.. 


Fruman, 


kax 


7ip 


E. Deanam st. , 


Fruman , 


Samuel 


46 


V/ildwood St. , 


Goraian, 


Sam 


51 


Bromley pk. , 


Garber, 


Joseph 


53 


kiddlesex st.. 



contd. 



E. B. 



P. 



B. 



489 



BOSTOil, raiDKESDAY, APHIL 30, 1^1'^. 



Contd. 



Collectors' 


Licenses Granted - 


■ contd. 






Geer, 


Sam 


15 


Spring St. , 




Gehr, 


Perrise, 


15 


Spring St. , 




Gelraan, 


Jacob 


2"? 


Rochester st., 




Gershraan, 


Joseph 


33 


Theodore st.. 




Gierdoff , 


Gershon 


143 


Paris St., 




Gilman, 


Benjamin 


166 


Walnut av. , 




Ginsberg, 


Prank 


54 Hampden st. , 




Ginsberg, 


Liax 


234 


liiarion st.. 




Ginsberg, 


ijathan 


35 


Spring St., 




Glazner, 


Joseph 


IV 


Haskins st.. 




Godgart, 


John 


213 


Chelsea st. , E. 


B.. 


Goldberg, 


Harry 


66 


Empire st. , 




Goldberg, 


Sam 


166 


Paris St., 




Golden, 


Bar net J. 


3^5 


Blue Hill av. , 




Goldfeld, 


Louis 


32 


Spring St. , 




Goldman, 


Benjamin 


2b 


Emerald st.. 




Goldman, 


Hyman 


33 


Allen St., 




Goldstein, 


Abrajiam 


76 Wayland st, , 




Goldstein, 


Abraham 


2ij7 


Chelsea st. , E. 


B.. 


Goldstein, 


Elias 


87 


Fays ton st., 




Goldstein, 


Isaac 


30 


Haskins st.. 




Goldstein, 


Jacob 


yo 


E. Lenox st. , 




Goldstein, 


iiorris 


3';' 


Haskins st.. 




Goldstein, 


Morris 


16 


Arbutus St., 




Goldstein, 


Wolf 


212 


Q,uincy st., 




Goodjnan, 


Jacob 


1203 


Tremont st,. 




Gooiinan, 


Barney 


21 


Auburn st. , 




Gordon, 


Abram 


329b 


Washington st., 




Gordon, 


Benjamin 


103 


Elmo St., D. D. 


> 


Gordon, 


hyman 


lb 


Billerica st. , 




Goretsicy, 


Joseph 


3^ 


Payston st. , 




Gorin, 


Ike 


81 


Joy St., 




Green, 


Harry 


27 


Elmo St., 




Green, 


Joseph 


27 


Seneca st. , 




Green, 


Simon 


70 


Q,uincy st.. 




Greenberg, 


Israel 


17 


Spring St., 




Greenberg, 


Joseph 


27 


Rochester St., 




Greenberg, 


Max 


li)7 


Chelsea st. , E. 


B.. 


Greenberg, 


Philip 


47 


Vernon st. , 




Greenfield, 


Samuel 


550 


Morton st. , 




Grinker, 


Benjamin 


24 


Genesee st., 




Grossman, 


Jacob 


6 


Asylum St. , 




Grossioan, 


Joseph 


o4 


E. Lenox st., 




Guberman, 


i/iorris 


y8 


Woodcliff St., 




Hallzman, 


iaax 


6 


Oswego St., 




Handler, 


Aaron 


12 


Parkman st. , 





490 



BOSTON, WEiJNiUSDAl , APRIL 30, 1919. 



Contd. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Granted - contd. 



Harris, 

Harris, 

Killer, 

Hirshrnan, 

Hirshraan, 

Ho'Derblith, 

Horne, 

Hurst, 

Hurvitz, 

Ice, 

Jacots, 

JacoDson, 

Johnson, 

Kalick, 

iiaplan, 

Kaplan, 

Kaplan, 

Kaplan, 

Kaplan, 

Karp, 

Karrel, 

Katz, 

Katz, 

Kaufman, 

Kaufman, 

Kelley, 

Kennedy, 

Killam, 

Kiinxnel , 

Kirsner, 

Klayman, 

Klayraan , 

Knapp , 

Kolpache, 

Kosso, 

Kradin, 

Kramer , 

Kronitsky, 

Krotriian, 

Kurlansky, 

Laif ler, 

Lampert, 

Lanes, 

Laserson, 

Las tow, 

Latto, 



Joe 

Lemuel 

Israel 

Max 

iNiathan 

Abe 

Abraiiam 

Jacob 

Louis 

Isaac 

Harry 

J^'rank 

Robert 

Joseph 

Abraham 

Benjamin 

Haskell 

Louis 

Meyer 

Jacob 

Abraham 

Hyraan 

Max 

Louis 

kax. 

James 

Den/iis J, 

Lewis 

Jacob 

Harris 

Louis 

Morris 

James C. 

iAX 

Ji;lkum 

Josepn 

Eli 

Samuel 

Frank 

Nathan 

Philip 

David 

Michael 

Ralph 

Hyraan 

Ike 



118 

25 
11 

9 

lb 

41 

6 

67 

252 

24 

17 
11 
61 

b 

45 

10 

194 

36 

3 

416 

209 

185 

76 

18 

3139 
lib 

25 
49 
12 



15 
2ti0 
138 

16 

9 

60 

80 

214 

364 

76 

134 

17 

197 

10 



Shawmut av. , 
Claremont pk. , 
QaK Grove ter. , 
Hubert st. , 
Oak Grove ter. , 
Rochester st. , 
Prentiss st., 
Bennington st., 
Marion st. , 
Morris st., 
Island St. , 
Hansborough st., 
Saratoga st. , 
Genesee st. , 
Irving St. , 
Bartlett ter., 
Chelsea st. , E. B. 
Leroy st. , D. D. , 
Oak Grove ter. , 
v/. Secons st., 
Blue Hill av. , 
Chelsea st., E. B. 
"A" Leverett st., 
Willard st., 
Genesee st., 
Washington st. , 
Hudson St. , 
Oneida st. , 
Spring St. , 
Mas coma st . , 
Shirwin st. , 
Warner St., 
Salem st . , C. D. , 
Chelsea st. , K. B. 
W. fourth St., 
Kerwin st., 
Ashland st. , 
Poplar St., 
Vernon st. , 
Norwell st. , 
Harrison av. , 
'White St., 
Chambers st., 
Fabyan s t . , 
Chambers St., 
Dalkeith St., 



491 



LOSTuy, WEDlffiSDAY, APRIL 30, 1^1 V- 



Contd. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Granted - contd. 



Leaman , 


Abral-iarn 


Lebovitz, 


iiiax 


Lencolvitz, 


Louis 


Lendy, 


Abrahara 


Lesberg, 


Max 


Leshinovsky, 


Harry 


Levenson, 


Philip 


Levenstein, 


Louis 


Levin, 


Harry 


Lev me, 


Abraham 


Levine, 


Morris 


Levine, 


Philip 


Levinson, 


Simon 


Lev ov sky , 


Myer 


Liber;aan, 


Abraham 


Liberroan, 


Benjamin 


Libennan, 


Morris 


Liftman, 


Hyman 


Lishtchinsky, 


Eenny 


Litmanovitz, 


Hyman 


Liveranaky, 


Joseph 


Long, 


jiyer 


Luberman, 


Aaron 


Lubin, 


Isaac 


LutsKy, 


liorris 


Magnet, 


Philip 


Maldofsky, 


Abraham 


Maltz, 


Jacob 


Manas ter. 


Morris 


Mardus, 


David 


Mazer, 


Myer 


Metkoff, 


Solomon 


Michelraan, 


Samue 1 J . 


n/iike , 


Harry 


Milamed, 


Philip 


Millen, 


Samuel 


killer. 


Albert 


iiiiller, 


Jacob 


Miller, 


Peter 


Miller, 


Reuben 


Mittnick, 


Morris 


Mof chujzi. 


Israel 


Mutzar, 


Lietzer 


McCarthy, 


James 


McCarthy, 


Patrick H 


Mc Shane, 


Albert J. 



60 


Poplar St., 


312 


Chelsea st. , E. B. 


7 


Anderson st, 


57 


Stanwood st.. 


15 


Grove st. , 


32 


Seneca St., 


58 


"A" Erie St. , 


242 


Paris St., 


lti5 


Pans St., 


66 


Burrell st. , 


5 


Milton St. , 


4 


Ottawa St. , 


14!? 


W. Sixt?i St., 


125 


Brigiiton st.. 


16 


Bower St., 


2 


Ottawa St., 


2 


Ottawa St., 


136 


Chambers st. , 


7b 


Ruggles St., 


V 


Balsam st. , 


257 


Chelsea st., E. B. 


127 


Chaxflbers st. , 


10 


Ottawa St. , 


2 


Singleton st., 


15 


Lucas St. , 


33 


Laconia st. , 


142 


W. Fourth St., 


521 


Harrison av . , 


18 


Dav is St., 


187 


Chelsea st., E. B. 


63 


Temple ton st. , 


3^6 


Harris oi; av. , 


33 


Hollander st.. 


2y 


Revere st.. 


ly 


Willard st.. 


154 


Chelsea st., E. B. 


446 


Q,uincy st. , 


71 


Elmo St., D. D., 


ibQ 


Bennington st. , 


142 


Howard av. , 


> 


Oak Grove ter. , 


123 


Bradlee st.. 


164 


Pu tnaiu at., E . B . , 


50 


Butler av. , E. B. , 


26 


Shelby st., E. B. , 


224 


Lexiiigton st ., 



• > 



492 



BOSTOif, WEUi^IESDAY, APRIi. 30, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Graiited - contd. 



ijeedleman. 


Simon 


Newfield, 


Nathan 


Newman, 


Louis 


Noaii, 


imx 


Oirstein, 


Abram 


Oiin, 


Iitiax 


Olitsky, 


Louis 


Opochinsky, 


K.iva 


Orenberg, 


Rubin 


Padovitch, 


korris 


Pamm, 


Abranam 


Paris, 


Louis 


Park, 


Kiver 


Picker, 


Isaac 


Pendler, 


Jaice 


Pepper, 


kax 


Perlinutter, 


Herman 


Plager, 


Hyman 


Plunkett, 


Edward 


Pollock, 


Morris 


Potter, 


Thojuas 


Praschkulnik, 


Abram 


Promisel, 


Morris 


RalDinovitz, 


Aaron 


Rabinovitz, 


Julius 


Raiser, 


Joseph 


Ratut, 


Ber 


Rich, 


Aleck 


Richmond, 


iNiathan 


RickJiian, 


Larnet 


Risman, 


Harry 


Rodxfian, 


Charles 


Rodnet, 


lu^orris 


Rosen, 


Morris 


Rosenberg, 


Abraham 


Rosenberg, 


David 


Rosenberg, 


Henry 


Rosencovitch, 


Myer 


Rosenfield, 


Harry 


Rosenlield, 


Hyman 


Rosenfield, 


iviyer 


Rosenthal, 


David 


Rosenthal, 


William 


Ross, 


Bamuel 


Rubach, 


Max 


Rubinovitz, 


Samuel 



J. 



V. 



1 


Otisfield St., 


266 


Paris St., 


236 


fuiarion st., 


69 


Savin St. , 


141 


Chexsea at., ifi.. ±J. , 


11 


Haskins st., 


172 


Paris St., 


233 


Dover St., 


107 


Ruggles St. , 


3 


Washington av. , 


57 


Lucerne st.. 


5 


Parkman St., 


3a 


No. Russell St., 


11 


Greenwood st. , 


4y 


Burreli st.. 


40 


Leverett st. , 


147 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


bl 


W. Cedar St., 


62B 


South St., 


8 


Larkin st.. 


li^2 


London st. , 


7 


Oswego St., 


36 


Seneca st., 


364 


Harrison av. , 


45 


Savannah av . , 


30 


Brackett st., 


157 


Howard av. , 


4 


Singleton st. , 


100 


Brighton st., 


37 


Dewey at., 


11 


Phillips St., 


24 


Adaias St., Brig]iton, 


250 


Eustis St., 


78 Ruggles St. , 


132 


quincy st. , 


:?5 


Julian St., 


101 


Ruggles St., 


4 


Perth St., 


;?6 Hampden st. , 


132 


Zeigler st. , 


56 Hampden st. , 


14 


Ashland St., 


25 


Blossom St. , 


6 


Oswego St. , 


768 


Columbus av. , 


93 


"B" Hampden st.. 



^93 



BOSTOIT, WJSDinSfcJDA^ , APKIL jO, 1919. 



Contd. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Granted - contd. 



Rudinsky, 


Israel 


19 


Haskins St., 


Huetfield, 


Samuel 




Hubert st.. 


Russell, 


George 


78 


Lexington s t. , 


Hutstein, 


pniliip 


64 


iaiyrtle st., 


Sachs, 


Oscar 


38 


Rochester st., 


Samner, 


Charles 


^'? 


Haskins st.. 


Sandier, 


ike 


97 


Wayland st., 


Sandler, 


Kalnian 


34 


Hollander st., 


Sandler, 


kax 


51 


Morris st.. 


Sandler, 


Max 


69 


Morris St., 


Sandler, 


Morris 


25 


Brooks St., 


Saporsraick, 


Abraham 


15 


Minot St., 


Saunders, 


Lazarus 


15 


Havelock st. , 


Sawicki, 


Alexander 


200 


Chambers st.. 


Schaftel, 


Jacob 


15 


Auburn st. , 


Schlinsky, 


Morris 


398 


Blue Hill av. , 


Schultz, 


Morris 


78 


Phillips St., 


Schwartz, 


Barney 


10 


willard st. , 


Schwartz, 


jj'rank 


15 


Spring St. , 


Segal, 


Lipman 


50 


Poplar St., 


Segal, 


aarnuel 


36 


Browning av. , 


seligman. 


Israel 


41 


Middlesex st., 


Seronick, 


Benjamin 


90 


W. Cedar st.. 


Seronick, 


Morris 


13 


Parkman st., 


Shaffir, 


Philip 


142 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


Shakovitch, 


Max 


181 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


Shaller, 


pniliip 


250 


Eustis St. , 


Shainon, 


Harry 


113 


Porter st. , E. B. , 


Shank i , 


Harry 


8 


Mixxmont St., 


Shapiro, 


Abraham 


7 


Elmo St., 


Shapiro, 


Harry 


4 


Dalkeith st. , 


Shelrnaster, 


Bennie 


180 


Howard av. , 


Sherer, 


Hyman 


82 


Albion St., 


Sherraan, 


Barnett 


46 


Harwood st.. 


Sherman, 


Benny 


36 


Seneca st., 


Shicker, 


Shinae 


4 


Oswego St. , 


Shifriss, 


Samuel 


98 


Leverett st. , 


Shindil, 


David 


213 


Dover st., 


Shlager, 


Israel 


2 


Alther St., 


Shneider, 


isiorris 


16 


Compton St. , 


Shopnick, 


Abraham 


2 


Alther st. , 


Shtelerraan, 


David 


16 


Greenwich st. , 


Shurinaster, 


Samuel 


134 


i'alcon st.. 


Shwartzijoan, 


Hyman 


4 


Oswego St. , 



494 



EOSTOK, WEDiiESDAY, APRIL 30, l^ly. 



Contd. 



Junk 



collectors' Licenses Granted - 


■ contd. 


Sicicerowsky, 


Samuel 


21 


Sidinan, 


l,oui8 


28 


Sidiiian, 


morris 


V4 


Silverman, 


Harry 


15 


Simmerman, 


Max 


124 


Simonds, 


ii'rank 


3V 


Singer, 


Myer 


4^ 


Singer, 


Sam 


1182 


Siskind, 


Abe 


254 


Skotover, 


Israel 


10^ 


Smith, 


Jacob 


12 


Smit}!, 


L^orris 


4 


Smolinsky , 


William 


246 


Smolker, 


Samuel 


396 


Sneider, 


Ike 


11 


Sneider, 


Louis 


Snider, 


Rubin 


46 


Snierson, 


George 


100 


Solomon, 


Louis 


0^1 


Solomon, 


peter 


818 


SoloiKon, 


Samuel 


6 


Son, 


jilias 


b4 


Sonis, 


wolf 


5 


Spiegel, 


Hyman 


32 


Stalinsky, 


Abraham 


i3i? 


Stein, 


William 


255 


Steinberg, 


Simon 


4 


Steinworael, 


i^'athan 


31 


Stepnenovich, 


Stanislaw 


lOi, 


Sternick, 


kax 


15 


Stranson, 


Samuel 


2 


Sugarman, 


George 


47 


Sugariaan, 


Israel 


177 


Sullivan, 


Arthur p. 


-I-5 


Sundook, 


Louis 


48 


swan. 


John 


1436 


Swaraiicji, 


bam 


lb 


Swartz, 


Abe 


38 


Swartz, 


jj'rank 


47 


Swartz, 


Joseph 


27 


Taitel, 


Morris 


3 


Talchinsky, 


Morris 


59 


Talchinaky, 


Samuel 


333 


Tarutz, 


Max 


93 



Barton st., 
no. Anderson st. , 
Brighton St., 
Creston st. , 
Chelsea st. , h.. B. , 
Revere st., 
Allen St. , 
Tremont st. , 
Iia.rion st. , 
Ruggles St. , 
Fowler st. , 
Vernon st. , 
(^uincy st. , 
Harrison av. , 
Dev/ey at., 
Vernon st., 
Vernon st. , 
Princeton st. , 
Motte St., 
Huntington av. , 
Prentiss St., 
Poplar St., 
Duhkeld St. , 
Prazer st., 
Brighton st. , 
Bennington st., 
Humboldt pk. , 
Oneida st., 
W. Sixth St., 
Haskins st. , 
Singleton st. , 
Oswego St. , 
Chelsea st. , E. B." 
Langdon st.. 
Spring St., 
Blue Hill av. , 
Minot St. , 
Genesee st., 
Allen St. , 
Browning av. , 
Cunard st. , 
Elmo St., 
Harrison av. , 
Rutledge rd. , 



^95 



BOSTOiv, WEDUESDAI, APRIL 30, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Collectors' 


Licenses Granted - 


• concluded. 


Tatilman, 


Joseph 


15 


Genesee st., 


Thorn, 


Henr^ C. 


68 


Blue Hill av,, 


Thorner, 


Boris 


586 


E. Thira st., 


Toclcer, 


Israel 


147 


W. Sixth St., 


Tockson, 


Louis 


ly 


Haskins st., 


Trugrjjan, 


joe 


7 


Parkman st.. 


Urdank, 


Wolf 


68 


Phillips St., 


Vachaftig, 


Benny 


10 


Oak Grove ter.. 


Venokoor, 


Louis 


5 


Humboldt pk. , 


Venokoor , 


lAorris 


IV 


Creston st., 


Volodsky, 


Abraham 


22 


Ottawa St., 


V/alerstein, 


Barnet 


167 


Chelsea st., E. B. , 


Wax. 


Simon 


141 


Lev ere tt st. , 


Weiner, 


Abranam 


175 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


WeJner, 


Barnet 


48 


Hampden st.. 


Weiner, 


Benjamin 


25V 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


V^einer, 


Joseph 


28 


Creston st. , 


Weiner, 


Morris 


158 


Harold st. , 


Weiner, 


Seunuel 


31 


Alaska st. , 


Weinshanker, 


Benjamin 


21 


Leroy st.. 


Weinstein, 


Philip 


9y 


Devon St., 


Weisberfe, 


Peter 


122 


Union parlc st. , 


Weisberg, 


Samuel 


4t> 


Hampden st. , 


Vi/eisman, 


Harry 


1 


Calvert pi. , 


Wer server. 


Isaac 


5 


Morris st.. 


^Tiite, 


Henry 


4V 


Hollander st.. 


Whiteinan, 


Leopold 


14 


Eaton St. , 


V^itkin, 


Maurace 


27 


Hollander st.. 


Wides, 


Isaac 


87 


Glenv/ay st. , 


Wine, 


Jacob 


187 


iciuinc;y st., 


Winebauia, 


layer 


27 


Garden st. , 


Wineberg, 


John 


77 


Webster st.. 


Winer, 


Huben 


85 


Q,uincy st., 


Winick, 


Harry 


49 


Fabyan s t . , 


Winick, 


iiiax 


V4 


Nightingale st.. 


Woletaky, 


Abraham 


212 


Bremen st. , 


Wolfe, 


Abraham 


7 


Wall St., 


Wolsky, 


Jacob 


120 


Lucerne st., 


Zelikovitz, 


Zelik 


164 


Chelsea st., E. B. , 


Zoken, 


Llorris 


111 


Leverett st. 



496 



BOSTOIJ, WiuDijESDAY, APKIL 30, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



V 



.y^-^ ll.,i<|a.O,p.lA,'Ufr?.. i-J 



Alperin, 


Shoel 


107-10^ 


Ansell , 


Solomon H. 


i^i 


Applebaum, 


Joseph 


rt 


Paer, 


Jacob 


66 


Be r Juan, 


josepn 


30 


Brackett, 


Henry F. & i<Jdv»in K.as 






1206 


Eurxe , 


Thomas J. 


5 


Butter, 


Harry 


as 
Ibl 
162 


Butter, 


Hyman 


Cantor, 


Joseph 


H 


Carroll , 


Edward 


5 


easier, 


Samuel 


55 


Conen, 


Joseph 


248 


Covich, 


Louis D. &I 


as 


Finklestein, 


413 


Davidson, 


Louis 


rear 22-26 


De Vito, 


John A. Co. 


28C-2y2 


Pine, 


Samuel 


IG/-IO9 


Pishgal, 


Abraham 


27V 


FitzGerald, 


Ernest 


965 


Ford. 


Alex S. 


rear 16;? 


Pranks , 


harry 


127 


Franks , 


henry 


biy 


Purer, 


Barnet &L 
Israel f 


as 


Kanter, 


41b 


GinsCierg, 


Bernard 


205 


Gansoerg, 


Ezra 


33 


Ginsberg, 


Harry 


7yi 


Ginsberg, 


Solomon 


20 


Giickman, 


Irving H. 


306 


Goldberg, 


iienjamin 


35^5 


Goldstein, 


Samuel Y*. 


163 


Gordon, 


Benjamin 


153^-1541 


Gordon, 


Samuel 


45 


LrOvenar, 


Max 


43-4:? 


Graham, James 


J J. Paper Co. 


\ '•' 


Kicnard G. 


Graham, Adm'r 


Greenfield, 


Bernard 


478 


Bausman, 


Josep]-! &. Harry as 






150-154 


hoiiKian, 


Jacob 


3 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keeper's Licenses were granted for tixe ^-ear ending 
April 30, L^^^Ki. 

Vi/. Brookline st. , 
Ruggles St., 
Vif. Cedar st. , & 
Gilson ct. , 
iio. iiiargin st., 
Wall St., 
H. P. Brackett, 
Columbia rd. , 

India sq. , cor. Storer st. 
Harr^ Butter & Co., 
JiLt. Vernon st. , 
Dorchester av. , 
No. Grove st. , 
Middlesex st., C. D. , 
Prentiss st., 
Bremen st., 

Covich Pinkies tein Co, Inc. 
Atlantic av. , 
Prentiss st. , 
Commercial st. , 
Morris st., 
Dorchester av. , 
Columbus av. , 
A St. , 

Brookside av., 
Shawmut av. , 
Purer & Kanter, 
Dorchester av., 
Albany st. , 
Southampton st., 
in^ssachusettp av . , 
Fellows St., hoxbury, 
Medford St., C. D. , 
"A" Washington St., 
Kneeland st., 
Columbus av. , 
AlDion St. , 
Eustis St., 

Storer st., & 25 India 

sq., 
E. First St. , 
J. Hausraan & Son, 
W. Pourtii St. , 
Gray st. , 



^97 



BOSTON, V/EDKESDA:^, APRIL 3C, l^ly. 



Gontd. 



bJiop weepers' 


Licenses Granteci 


- contd. 


Huberman, 


Harry 


163 Meaiura st., u. D. , 


Hurwitz, 


aamuel 


1<;^4 Vernon st. , 


Kaplan , 


Louis 


7 Chamber st., C. D. , 


Karp, 


Joseph 


253 Amory st. , 


Segal , 


Louis &L 
JacoD ; 


as Karp & Segal, 


Karp, 


13I?i? Columbus av. , 


Katz, 


Israel 


2ij3-255 Albany st.. 


Kaufman, 


Israel 


170 Bremen st. , 


Kiley, 


Joseph V. 


07-ciV W. jj'irtn BZ., 


Klein, 


Samuel 


2d Everett st., 


Korisky, 


Isadore 54 


, 56, 60 Troy St., 


Krute, 


Max & Louis 


as Iiiiax Krute & Company, 
207 Rutherford av. , 


Lerner, 


Barnet 


130 Hudson St. , 


Lerner, 


Israel 


131 Shirley st.. 


Levi, 


Samuel 


42^? Rutherford av.. 


Merin, 


Solomon 


2b40 V/ashington st.. 


Millen, 


Isaac 


176 Norfolk av., Roxtury, 


killer. 


JacoD V/. [ 


as J. W. Miller & Son, 


Miller, 


Abraham & 


241 Atlantic av. . 


killer. 


Annie C. 


■ t 


McCarthy, 


Thomas E. 


56y-57i Rutherford av . , 


Hoble, 


Jacob 


156-160 Dover st.. 


ostrovBky, 


Jacob 


60 Piedmont st. , 


Pearlman, 


Phillip 


8 Parnham st. , 


Perelraeter, 


Jacob 


322 Bremen st. , , 


Ravreby , 


Isaac 


64 Pitts St., ^ 


Riiuelman, 


RoDert Z. 


473 Harrison av. , 


Rommel 1, 


Louis 


2750 Washington st., 


Rosen, 


Morris 


4b Trask st. , 


Roeenkovitz, 


Samuel 


276 Bremen St., 


Rubin, 


Harry 


b3-8i) V/. Lenox st.. 


Rudik, 


Jacob 


63-65 Reading st.. 


Saitz, 


Hyiiian 


146 Castle St., 


yaitz. 


William 


11/b Tremont st. , 


Saitz, 


Louis Sc) 

Liax J 


as Saitz & Kaner, 


Kaner, 


2 Mall St., 


Schobal, 


Henry A. 


132 A St., 1 


Segal , 


Harry & David 


10-12 Troy st., 


Segal, 


Louis 


103 Tyler st., 


Shapiro, 


Israel 


yy4 Harrison av. , 


Shapiro, 


Joseph 


60-64 iii. Canton st. , 


Bherriian, 


Aoraham 


116 Harrison av . , | 


Shuman , 


Samuel 


132-134 Buggies St., 



.Tn^u^. it, KjXo, p.ayo, J"*?.. o'-J. 



498 



BOSTOii, WilDiJlISDAY. APRIL 30, 1^1^. 



Gontd. 



Junlc Shop Keepers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Shwartzer, 
Silverman, 

Smi tn , 

Somers, 

Spigel, 

Thorn, 

Trainor, 

Waldman, 

Weiner, 

Weinstein, 

Weisberg, 

Weitzman, 

Winick, 

Young, 



Morris 

Max 

Eleck 

Harry 

ijathan 

Henry C. 

Francis L. 

Elle 

Isaac 

James 

Hyman 

iiiax 

Abraham 

James 



{ 



6 Northampton st. , 
13-11? Orleans st. , & 
3-;? haynes bi. , 

51 No. Anaerson st., 
1222 Doronester av,, 

104 Castle et., 
1002 Harrison av., 
72 Champney st. , 
2^ Pine st. , 
y Prospect St. , 
350 Commercial at., 
6 Piedmont St., 
63 Hampden st. , 
6ij Broadway, 
10 Raws on st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1^20, on condition that said licenses are not to be sold 
or transferred. 

Commercial s t. , 

Granite av . , 

Samuel Butter & Co. , 

J'raniclin et. , & 

Batterymarch st., 

Southampton st., 

A St. , 

Eugene P. Connelly iic Co, 

Sumner st., E. B. , 

MilK St., & 

Central st., 

E. Second st. , 

Mt. Vernon st. , 

Ev/er at., 

Meridian st, , 

Shawmut av. , 

Wharf, north side, 

tiational Metal & Rubber 

GO. , 39 India Vvliarf , 



Angel, 


Marks 


551 


Angei, 


Marks 


140 


Butter, 


Samuel 


as 
(2b4-290 
t 66 






Cleary, 


William J. 454 


Collins, 


Michael J. 21Jj-217 


Uonueili?, 


Eugene P. 


as 
rear US' 


Driscoll, 


liaurice P. J1206-210 






1[ 105 


Pishman, 


Harry 


!?03 


Glennon, 


George L. 


110 


Graham, 


Patrick H. 1^-14 


Hallett, 


John 


316 


Lerner, 


Charles 


829 


Miller, 


Louis 


Central 


Peinberg, 


Benjamin 


as 


Sedar, 


Samuel & 


, 


Sedar, 


Max 





BOSTOii, Vl/liUiiESjJAY, APRIL 30, I'^l^' 



Contd. 



Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses Granted, not to be sold, etc., - 

concluded. 



Wolan, Jai/ics h'. 

Perry, Buxton, Doane Co. 1 
James J. Heggie.Yard Jligr. f 
Roci'ie, Martin N. 

♦Schlosberg, Louis H. 
Star Refining Company ) 
Edward P. Barrett, Pres. f 
Wliite, James M. 



238 Border st. , 
214 W. First st., 

07 Condor st., E. B. , 
308 Bremen st, , 
116 W. First St. , 



as Jaiaes M. White Bottle Co. 
246 Dorchester av. 
*For xhe sale of bags and burlap only. [ 



^99 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Pawnbrokers' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 30, 
1^20. 



Bann, 

Bean , 
Benjamin, 



Moses 

Edward 
Saiuuel 



Fenway Loan Company, Inc. L 
Joseph Berkman, Treas. ) 
loseph &) 

.ouis y 



Berkman, 
Welling, 
Bissell, 

Bloom, 

Buiteican, 

Cohen, 

Conen, 

Cohen, 

Da.v i s , 

Einstein, 



J' 

Lou: 

Frederick A. 

Max B. 

Mary 

Charles 

Jacob 

Samuel 

Lazarus 

Charles 



as West End Loan Oil ice, 

66 Merrimac st. , 
1904 V/ashington st. , 

as Eliot Loan Company, 

67 Eliot St., 
567 Columbus av., 



as 

161 

as 

46 

331 

209 

as 

as 

16 
as 
76 
as 
2131 
1060 



Subway Loan Company, '«^.....^.JJ:,o,«j«),p.i^'(,'\&^.^r. 

Broadway, ' 

Columbia Loan Company, 

School St. , 

Hanover st. , 

W. Broadway, 

Endicott &■ Cross Loan 

Co., 43 Cross St., 

Charles town Loan Qiiice, 

iiain St., 

Star Loan Office, 

Merrimac st. , ' 

Roxbury Loan Company, 

Wasnington st., 

V^ashington st. , 



■b'oldiijau. 



Fredenberg, 



Philip 
Samuel 



-as- 



GJiariuo town Loan Co., <^ ^.^ b5(o • 



— 16 Main Ht. 

as northern Loan Oirice, 
172 Merrimac st.. 



500 



BOSTON, WEDUESDAlt, APRIL 30. I9I9. 



Contd. 



Pawnbrokers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



^.A^x..^^xJlr. 3,,Y'>> J..|33,V»^.»| 



t^. A<^-^ SiA- J, iqic, f 133, b*t. il 



i'reedman, 


Sirnon 


as 

64 


Friediuan, 


Samuel 


as 
223-225 


Oinzberg, 


Barnard Treas. 


as 

7 
as 


Glodt, 


Myer 






2061 


Glodt, 


Myer &\, 
Abraham) 


as 


SlBson, 


70 


Goldberg, 


Eli & Wolf 


as 
40 


Goldman, 


Myer 


as 

y04 


Goodrich, 


Bernard H. 


as 

by-61 


Gordon, 


Solomon 


40-42 


Gutlon, 


Juliette 


as 

215 


Gutlon, 


Minnie G. Adm' 


X &.L as 


Sisson, 


Josej)}:! k. 


Halper, 


Etta Adm'x 


as 

4y 


Hamelburg, 


Solomon 


as 

liJ4 


Herman, 


Echel 


as 
164 


Kabatchnick, 


Louis 


as 

39 


Kahn, 


Jacob H. 


150-152 


Kaufiiian, 


Max 


as 

4 

as 


Levine, 


Id a than 






11 


Lev me. 


George &L 
Da,iiiei ) 


as 


Seiaier, 


3^ 


Lipkin, 


Abraham 


as 
2^-31 


Kandelstam, 


Isaac \V. 


as 

130 


Van, Dam, 


Mark & Joseph 


as 
256 


Uaigles, 


Jacob 


as 

15 


Imigles. 


John 


as 

163 



Standard Loan Office, 

Salem st., 

Samuel Friearnan & Co., 

Hanover st.. 

Temple PI. Loan Co., 

Temple pi . , 

V»ashington Loan Co., 

Washington st. , 

Glodt &; Sisson, 

Dover st., 

Goldberg Bros. , 

Broadway, 

M;ver Goldman & Company, 

V^ashington st. , 

Puritan Loan Company, 

Cornhill & 20 Brattle st 

Shawmut av. , 

Model Loan uompany, 

Broadway, 

New England Loan Company 

2012 Washington st., 

Hyde Park Loan Company, 

Fairmount av. , 

Uncle Sol's Loan Oifice, 

Cambrioge st.. 

Uncle Sam»s Loan Office, 

iierriraac st., 

City Sq. Loan Company, 

Chelsea st. , C. D. , 

lilain st. , 

Royal Loan Office, 

Green st., 

Levine Brothers, 

"A" Essex St. , 

Provident Loan company, 

Gornyiill , 

V/est End Loan Company, 

Green st., 

E. Boston Loan Company, 

Suimier st. , E. B. , 

i^iarks & Aver^ , 

Washington st. , 

Crescent Loan Company, 

Bowdoin sq., 

Broadway Loan Office, 

Broadway, 



iiOSTUN. WEDltoSDAY, APRIL 30, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



501 



Pawiibrokers ' Licenses Granted - contd. 



Kelson, 


Mark 




as 

35^ 


Pearlstein, 


David & Sawiuel 


H. as 








13^-143 


Pearlatein, 


iili 




as 

62 


Pearlstein, 


Louis 




as 


Pearlstein, 


iiiaurice 




as 

86-88 


Pearlstein, 


Samuel S. 


'h 


as 


Klein, 


Max 


21 


State Loan Company 


\ 


63 


William E. 


Pool, Treas. 




Ransom, 


Charles E. 




as 

7 
as 


Reynolds, 


E award E. 


Pres. 








275 


Robinson, 


Simon 




as 

14C 


Robinson, 


Solomon 




as 

2^5 


Rosenbaum, 


Michael S. 




5^ 


Rosenberg, 


Max & L 
Aaron M. ) 




as 


liayburg, 




144 


Rosenthal, 


Herman 




as 
36c 


Rosenthal, 


Michael ?. 




as 
33 


Rubin, 


Meyer 




as 
151 


Savage , 


Henry H. 


j 


as 


Savage , 


Harry W. & 




166 


Savage, 


Eugene H. 






Scneinieidt, 


Jacob & Joseph 


H. as 








^5 


Scheinfeldt, 


Samuel 




48y 


Scheinfeldt, 


Solomon 




as 
1022 


Schneider, 


Jacob 




as 

55 


Schonfeld, 


Victor 




3iy 



Lelson's Loan Shop, 
Columbus av . , 
Norman Loa,n Company, 
Merrimac st., & 145 

Staniford st. , 
Metropolitan Loan Office 
kerriraac st. , 
Boylston Loan Company, 
Broadway, 

Union Loan Company, 
Merrimac st., 
Kiean's Loan Company, 
Beach St., 
Court St., 

C. E. Hansom & Company, 

Salem st., 

Boston Loan Company, 

Washington St., 

S. HODinson & company, 

Eliot St., 

public Loan Company, 

Tremont st. , 

Shawmut av . , 

Rosenberg & Mayburg, 

IJorthampton st. , 

Brighton Loan Office, 

Washington St., E. L. , 

Atlantic Loan Office, 

Border st. , 

Shawmut Loan Company, 

Broadway, 

Henry H. Savage & Sons, 

Hanover st. , 

Portland Loan Company, 
Sudbury st., 
Tremont St., 

Continental Loan Company . 
V/ashington sx. , 
Eagle Loan Company, 
Green st., 
Hanover at.. 



502 



BObTOl'/, l/»EDEJ!;aDAY, APRIL 30, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Pawnbrokers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Schwartz, 


Harris & 


I 


as 


Tremont Loan Company, 


FiBiiyr, 


Kose 




1313 


Treiuont st. , 


Segal , 


Louis 




as 

184 


Bugbee's Loan Uliice, 
Hanover st.. 


Shindler, 


Joseph H 


t 


as 

Hi, 


kodern Loan Company, 
Portland st. , 


Simmons, 


Jacob & 


f 


as 


Kneeland Loan Company, 


Superior, 


Abraham 


3^ 


Eliot St., 


Sisson, 


Hyrnan 




as 
146 


Dorchester Loan Company, 
Northampton St., 


Slessinger, 


Hyman & 


\ 


73 


Dover St., 


Slessinger, 


Robert 






Sonnabend, 


Hannah 




as 

37 y 


Back Bay Loan Company, 
Columbus av . , 


Sonnabend, 


Joseph 




213b Washington St., 


Sonnabend, 


Maurice 




401 


Columbus av.. 


Stone, 


Julia 




as 

16b 


Stone's Loan Oifice, 
Broadway, 


Van Dam, 


Henry 




2^9 

•• 


Wasnmgton st. 



Tne applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to tieal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1^20. 

Washington st., 
Arlington st. , 
Pemberton sq. , 
Tremont st. , 
Brorafield st., 
"A" Harrison av. , 
Shawmu t av . , 
Suianer st., E. 
,,x. Oi^dway , 
Sumner st., E. 
Washington st. 
Merrimac st. , 
Shawmu t av, , 
Merrimac St., 
Columbus av. , 
Broadway, 
Washington st. 
Paris St., 



Aaron, 


Abraham L. 


1915 


Abraius , 


David 


122 


Adelberg, 


Samuel 


15 


Adelson, 


Maurice B. 


284 


Alsterlund, 


Henri' E. 


36 


Andreado, 


John H. 


104 


Aronovitz, 


Sam 


268 


Aronson, 


Abraham S. 


144 


Aronson, 


Israel J. 


214 


Aronson, 


Joseph 


50 


Atlas, 


Louis 


1284 


Bahn, 


Moses 


66 


Balkan, 


Ida 


10 


Barnett, 


Abraham 


194 


Bascom, 


George R. 


224 


Bavley, 


Samuel 


184 


Bean, 


Edward 


1904 


Beggelman, 


Abraham 


151 



B., 
B., 



503 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL ^0, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Second Hand Articles Licenses Granted - contd. 



Benovitch, 


Joseph 


154 


Merrimac st.. 


Berg, 


Carl 


4-90 


Main st. , 


Berlow, 


Joseph 


45 


Dover st.. 


Bloom, 


Morris I. 


ya 


Cambridge st,. 


Blotnick, 


Samuel 


139-141 


Main St. , 


Bodner, 


Julius 


98 


Cambridge st., 


Bortnick, 


Morris 


52 


"A" Hampden St., 


Bovarnick, 


Abreiham 


67 


Atlantic av. , 


Pearlstein, 


Louis 


il7 
(as 


Broadway, 






Boylston Loan Company, 


Bravman , 


Israel 


138 


Green st., 


Breen, 


David J. 


327 


Dudley st. , 


Brennan, 


D. William 


26 


Tremont row. 


Brenner, 


Max 


128 


Main St. , 


Brilliant, 


Abraham 


12^ 


Staniford st., 


Brockinan, 


Philip 


73 


Shawmut av. , 


Brown, 


Pincus 


164 


W. Broadway, 


Bruramitt, 


Frederick A. 


27-28 


Guild row. 


Buitekan, 


Mary 


209 


W. Broadway, 


Burrows, 


Frank 


26 


Newland St., 


Canner, 


Benjamin S. 


136 


Bennincton st.. 


Carbone, 


Vincent 


/U.2 


Main st. , 


Cersosinio, 


Gaetano 


254 


Broadway, 


Chafe tz. 


Harry 


138 Bennington at., 


Clayton, 


Geor«e I. &) 
Samuel f 


as 


G. claytonCompany, 


Levine, 


tt 


V/inter st. , 


Conen, 


Charles 


43 


Gross St., 


Cohen, 


Jacob 


16 


Main st.. 


Cohen, 


Samuel 


76 


Merrimac St., 


Cohen, 


Samuel 


123 


JJliot St., 


Colesworthy' 


s Book Store 1 
Hallworth f 


66 


Cornhill, 


William L. 






Bissell, 


jj'redericK A. (Cc 


jlumbia Loan Co.)46 School stree 


Adams, 


Alexander D. 


as 


Ooiumbus Motor Company', 






10 


Columbus av.. 


Cook, 


Charles 


23 


Main st. , 


Cowl i Shaw, 


Walter I. 


111 


Summer st.. 


David, 


Sam 


136 


Leverett st., 


Davis, 


Harry 


104 


Leverett st. , 


Davis, 


Lazarus 


2131 


•Washington st. , 



504 



BOSTOiJ, WiiJDNESDAY, APRIL 30, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



De Groot, Sarah 

Dessauer, Julius L. 

Devaney, Thomas F. 

Dorchester Auto Parts CorapanyV, 
Philip Speannan ) 

Owens, Charles H. Sc] 

Spearjnan, Philip 

Drew, Joseph L. & henry 



ti<.. /fco— c. >n»^ ij, ,03,0, p. »i+, yjl i^. 



■} 



Einstein, 


Charles 


Eisenberg, 


Eli 


Eisenberg, 


Ikiax 


Benjamin, 


Samuel 


J)'eer, 


Joseph M. 


if'eldman. 


Max 


Jf'eldnian, 


Philip 


Feldman, 


Samuel 


Fenway Loan Co. 


Inc. 


Joseph BeriCiiau, Treas. 


Fine, 


Samuel 


Fingold, 


Louis 


FitzGerald, 


Ernest 


Forman, 


Nathan 


Franconi, 


Domini ck 


Fran ice 1 , 


Harry 


Fredenberg, 


Samuel 


Freedman, 


Charles 


Freeman, 


Abra/iam 


Fre inian , 


Max 


Priedjoan, 


Samuel 


Furlong, 


Sarah F. 


Geller, 


Fannie 


Glick, 


Annie 


Glodt, 


iiyer dc 


Sisson, 


Abrahaj.i 


Gloss, 


Harry M. 


Glossiaan, 


Solomon 


Goldberg, 


Jacob 


Goldberg, 


Eli 8c Wol 


Goldfine, 


David 


Goldman, 


Myer 


Goldstein, 


Abraham 



223 



\ 



347 


Tremont st. , 


34 


3hawi;iut av. , 


17 


Cornhill, 


146 


Granite av . , 


as 


Dorchester Tire Co., 


7y2 


Adams St., D. D. , 


H.as 


Joseph L. Drew & Sons, 


3 


Province ct. , (basement) 


1060 


Washington st.. 


157 


Shawrau t av . , 


67 


Green St., 


as 


Eliot Loan Company, 


67 


Eliot St., 


1391 


Dorchester av. , 


407 


"A" Columbus av. , 


i53 


Main St., 


137 


Leverett st. , 


567 


Columbus av., 


107 


Morris st. , E. B. , 


1278 


Tremont st.. 


965 


Columbus av.. 


274 


Shawmut av . , 


61 


Eliot St. , Room 3, 


71 


Broadway, 


172 


MerriiTiac st.. 


l6i 


Bulfinch st.. 


3^ 


Main St., 


7-^9 


Wasnington St., 


-22>' 


Hanover st.. 


2002 


Washington st., 


i2oy 


Tremont st., 


lijd 


Northampton st.. 


as 


Glodt & Sisson, 


76 


Dover sz.. 


40 


Border St., 


795 


Ijiassachusetts av.. 


bob 


Shawmut av . , 


as 


Goldberg Bros. 


40 


Broadway, 


141 


Harrison av. , 


as 


Myer Goldman <J; Co., 


904 


.Vashington st.. 


130 


Northampton St., 



505 



BOSTON, kVjaDUJfiSDAY, APRIL 30, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



Goldstein, 

Golub, 

Goodman, 

Goodjnan, 

Aarons, 

Finn, 

Gordon, 

Gordon, 

Gordon, 

Gordon, 

Greenbaum, 

GriiTim, 

Grow, 

Grow, 

Gusenoff , 

Halper, 

Haraelburg, 

Hanflig, 

Harris, 

Harris, 

Hermaiin, 



\ 



Herman 
iloshea 
iienjaiflin F. 
Harry 

William R. & 
Harry 
Benjamin 1 
Joseph A. 
iiinnie 
Solomon 
Herman 
Lazarus 
Samuel, Pres. 
George Treas. 

David 

Etta 

Solomon 

Harris 

Samuel 

Samuel 

Echel 



172 

^7 

271 

1226 

as 

671 
539-ii)4i 

22i 

20^-207 

40-42 

170 

37 

as 



\ 



ihel ) 
as E. Hermann Co. Inc.) 

Holzman, Liax 

Hood, Jonn Company) 

Alex H. Keltie, Treasurer ) 

Griffin, James H. 



Hunt, 


True W. 


Isbitsky, 


Nathan 


Isenberg, 


Jennie 


Mabatchnick, 


Louis 


Kann , 


Jacob H. 


Kann, 


David 


Kaplan , 


Jacob 


Kaplan, 


kax 


Kaplan, 


Max 


Karp, 


William I. 


Kaiiz, 


Bernard a. 


Katz, 


Max 


Kaf.z, 


Sam 


Kau .f man , 


Max 


Kee zer, 


Jacob 



Eliot Bt,, 

Green St., 

Broadway, 

Washington at., 

Gophir Diamond Co., 

Washington st. , 

Columbus av., 

Bulf inch st. , 

Green st., 

Shawmut av. , 

Eliot St. , 

Maverick sq. , 

George Grow Automobile 

Co. , 
321-323 Columbus av, 
213 Cambridge st., 

49 Fairmount av., H. P., 
154 Cambridge st., 

87 Bunker Hill st., 
216 Dover st. , 
212 Broadway, 
164 Merriinac St., 

180 Shawmut av. , 
178 Tremont st., 

as Hub City Motors Co., 

18 Columbus av., 
35ij Dudley st., 
303 Tremont st. , 
115 Broadway, 

39 Chelsea st., C. D. , 
150 Main st. , 
189 Shawmut av., 
110 Dudley st. , 
1132 Columbus av. , 
365 Chelsea st. , E. 
106 Northampton st. 
171 Havre st. , 
373 Chelsea st., E. 
218 Sumner st. , S. 
4 
1 



B. 



B. 

B.. 



Green st. , 
"A" Yarmouth 



St. 



506 



BOSTOil, VflSDlffiSDAif, APRIL 30, iyiV- 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second riand Articles Granted - contd. 



%^ 



-Ai- ii.iqao, f \U\,YA. 6-\- 



Keilener, 


William F 


• 


as 

a 


Kelleher Auto Co. Inc. 
Columbus av. , 


Kimball , 


Willis G. 


C. 


3& 


South St. , 


King. 


Thomas 




5^-61 


Koxbury st., 


KirJsland, 


VKilliara H 


• 


12 


Columbus av.. 


Pearlstein, 


Samuel S. 


f 


as 


Klein's Loan Company, 


Klein, 


Max 


21 


Beach st. , 


Simmons, 


Jacob <Sc 


\ 


as 


ivneeland Loan Co., 


Superior, 


Abraham 


3a 


Eliot St., 


Kronberg, 


Jacob 




iy8 


Shawmut av.. 


Krotman, 


Eadle 




102^-1027 


Tremont st. , 


Kruger, 


Hyraan 




72i)' 


Broadway, 


Kuiin, 


Aoraham 




6y8 


Washington St., 


Lambert, 


it'red P. 




63 


Sudbury st. , 


j^amont, 


Eloi 




225 


"A" Tremont st.. 


Grow, 


J?rank 




as 

162 


Langhara Motor Car Co., 
Columbus av . , 


Leffler, 


Samuel B. 




28 


Bunker Hill st. , 


Lefkovich, 


Louis 




138 


iierriraac st., 


Lefkovich, 


liax h. 




176 


Broadway, 


Leshinsk/, 


Fene 




ly 


Sal em s t . , 


Lev ens on, 


Edward 




1291 


Washington st. , 


Leventhal, 


Isaac 




2 


]?reeport st. , D. D. , 


Lev en thai, 


Samuel 




206 


Bowdoin st. , D. D. , 


Levine, 


Hyman 




148 


Merriraac St., 


Levine, 


Isaac 




30 


Broadway, 


Levine, 


Nathan) 

s. r 




11 


"A" Essex St., 


as Levine Bro 








Lev it en. 


AbraJ^iar.1 




141 


Dover St., 


Levitcn, 


Israel 




121 


Dover St., 


hevy. 


Morris 




142 


kerrimac st., 


Lichtenstein, 


Jacob 




368 


Tremont st.. 


LicJitenstein, 


Richard C 


• 


b'4-56 


Cornhill, 


Lipkin, 


Abraham 




2V-31 


Green st.. 


Lotto, 


Catherine 




1036 


Harrison av. , 


Luf tiixan, 


Morris 




45 


Howard st. , 


Magee, 


James 




111 


Warren at., Roxbury, 


Mandelstam, 


Isaac W. 




130 


Sumner st. , E. B. , 


Mardirosian, 


Garabed 




1362 


v/ashington st. , 


Marks, 


Morris 




634 


Washington st. , 


Chester, 


Louis 




as 
lOi) 


iiiarks & Chester, 
Dudley st., 


Iviartori, 


James & Mary 


87 


Paris St., 


Matthews, 


Bessie 




37 5t 


Main St. , 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 30, 1919. 



Contd. 



Liceiiaes to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



Mazow, 


Abrajiam 


21 


Melinsky, 


Lonis 


112 


Melnick, 


Jacob 


72 


Melody, 


Francis J. 


206 


Meltzer, 


lijyer 


1263 


Metropolitan Used Gar Company ][, 


16 


by Barney 


Cohen ) 




Miniter, 


Annie B. 


145 


iiiinket, 


Wolf 


1971 


Gutlon, 


Juliette 


as 

215 


Monahan, 


Maude D. 


273 


Monahan, 


Maude D. 


2367 


McCance, 


Andrew 


2 


McCarthy, 


William B. 


30 


McCrensKy, 


Benjamin 


53 


Naigles, 


Jacob 


^5 


Maigies, 


John 


163 


Nathanson, 


Abraham 


145 


Nathans on, 


Nathan 


16 


Navisky, 


Myer 


276-280 


Heckes, 


Morris 


531 


Nelson, 


Mark 


359 


NovacK, 


Harry 


40 


O'Brien, 


Edmond J. Jr. 


76i 


Pearlraan, 


Abrara 


101 


Pearlstein, 


David & Samuel 


H. as 
139-143 


Pearlstein, 


Eli 


62 


Pearlstein, 


Maurice 


fa6-titi 


Peirce, 


Stuart L 
& Company j 


5B 


as Peirce 




Peretsky, 


Jacob 


221 


Petow, 


Solomon 


40 


Pinstein, 


Nathan 


40 y 


Polak. 


Barnet 


3Bii 


Corea. 


Frame & L 
Elihue ) 


as 


Powers, 


263 


Presser, 


Michael 


465 


Prosofsky, 


Julius 


63 


Levine. 


George & \ 
Daniel f 


as 


Seidler, 


39 


Goodrich, 


Bernard H. 


as 


Rabinovitz, 


Israel 


Ransom, 


Charles E. 


as 

1 



Main 8 t . , 
Northampton st. , 
Green st., 
Dudley St. , 
Tremont st. , 
Columbus av, , 

Dover St., 
Washington st. , 
Model Loan Company, 
Broadway, 
Tremont st., 
Washington st.. 
Park St. , 
Hollis St., 
Dover st., 
Bowdoin sq. , 
Broadway, 
Dorchester av. , 
Green st.. 
Grove st. , 
Columbus av. , 
Columbus av. , 
Main st. , 
Chur ch St., 
Staniford st., 
Norman Loan Company, 
Merrimac st. , & 145 

Staniford St., 
Merrimac st. , 
Merrimac st. , 
Cornhill, 

Cambridge st., 

Lowell St., 

Charles St., 

Harrison av. , 

Powers & Corea, 

Harrison av. , 

iiain a t. , 

Broadway, 

Provident Loan Co., 

Cornhill st., 

Puritan Loan Company, 

Cornhill, 

Washington st. . 

C. E. Ransom & Co. , 

Salem st. , 



507 



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it- 



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508 



BUSTOM, 'VifEDWESDAi , APRIL 30 , 191'^- 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



Kipp, 


Walter H. & , 


as 


Reagan, 


Edmund F. \ 


r 162 


Reynolds, 


Stephen H. 


as 


Reynolds, 


George L. & 


100 


Reynolds, 


Sumner C. 




Riskin, 


Jacob 


2030 


Rizniok, 


Max 


1222 


Roazen, 


Morris 


527 


Robinson, 


Simon 


as 

140 


Robinson, 


Solomon 


2Vi?' 


Roinanos, 


Victor P. 


136 


Rome, 


Her/nan 


42 


Rosenauer, 


Alexander 


410 


Rosenbaum, 


Michael S. 


59 


Rosenberg, 


Samuel I. 


11 


Rosenberg, 


liax Sc ) 
Aaron M. ) 


as 


May burg. 


144 


Rosengard, 


Harry 


1638-1840 


Rosenthal , 


Joseph 


468 


Rosenthal, 


Michael P. 


^3 


Rosenthal , 


Victor 


287 


Rosenthal , 


Harris &) 
Oscar J 


'?H 


Long, 


as 


Roy, 


Joseph 


77 


Rubin, 


Abraham 


as 

832 


Rubin, 


Samuel 


lyyi 


Rubin, 


William 


iy4 


Rudiclc, 


Jacob 


172 


Safer, 


Samuel A. 


1868 


Scheinfeldt, 


Jacob 4 Joseph H. 9i> 


Scheinfeldt, 


Samuel 


489 


Scneinfeldt, 


Solomon 


1022 


Schonfeid, 


Victor 


319 


Schneider, 


Jacob 


55 


Schwartz, 


Morris 


91 


Segal , 


Louis 


184 


Rubin, 


Meyer 


as 

151 


Shea, 


John F. 


2404 


Shear, 


Harry 


239 


Shindler, 


Joseph H. 


115 


Shnider. 


Harry 


246 


Shreve, 


Benjamin D. 


as 
147 


Shwartz, 


Sam 


34 



as Reagan, Kipp Co., 
162 Treraont st,. , 

H. Reynolds Sons Co. 
100 Boylston st. , 



Washington st. , 
Washington st., 
Columbia rd., 
S. Robinson & Co. , 
Eliot St., 
Tremont st. , 
Eliot St., 
Sudbury st., 
l\iiassachusetts av., 
Shawmut av . , 
Green st. , 

Rosenberg & Mayburg, 
Morthampton st. , 
Washington st. , 
ikia i n St., 
Border st. , 
V/. Broadway, 
So. Margin St., 
Rosenthal (% Long, 
Summer st.. Room 'pi, 
Rubin's Electric Shop, 
Washington st., 
s t. . 



St. 



Washington 

Main st., 

Broadway, 

Washington 

Sudbury st., 

Tremont st., 

V/ashington st., 

Hanover st., 

Green st., 

Northampton st. , 

Hanover st. , 

dhawmut Loan Company, 

Broadway, 

Washington st. , 

Harrison av. , 

Portland st., 

Cambridge st. , 

Shreve, Crump & Low Co. 

Tremont st. , 

So. Margin St., 



509 



BOSTON, MvEDNBSDAif, APRIL jO, 1^1 9. 



Contd. 



Lioeasea to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



Sicherewitz, 


wolf 


1233 


Silverman, 


Joseph 


28 


Simon, 


Isaac 


16 


Simon, 


Sam 


165 


Sisson, 


By man 


146 


Slessinger, 


Hyman & Robert 


73 


Smalley, 


Max 


183 


Snyder, 


Joseph &\ 
Israel f 


as 


Sriberg. 


2010 


Sokolove, 


Israel 


46y 


Solstein, 


Samuel 


lOV 


Sonnabend, 


Hannah 


37y 


Sonnabend, 


Joseph 


2136 


Sonnabend, 


Maurice 


401 


Spector, 


Morris 


219 


Spiegel, 


Israel 


201 


Starr, 


Samuel 


193 


Steinart, 


Morris 


1862 


Steinberg, 


Harry 


280 


Stepansky, 


Oscar 


31 


Stertz, 


Simon 


69 


Stone, 


Simon 


710 


Stone, 


Julia 


as 

168 


Berjcrnan, 


Joseph Sc) 
Louis f 


as 


Welling, 


161 


Tafshinsky, 


Meyer 


485 


Tally, 


Jacob F. 


156 


Tardif , 


Laureat A. 


122 


Temple Place 


Loan Company V 
Derg, Treas. ) 


7 


by B. Ginzl 




Wright, 


Harry 


as 

125 


Tirrell, 


Edwin P. 


59 


Tuinila, 


John P. 


822 


UsisKin, 


David 


1177 


Daitch, 


Morris &\ 
Barnet ) 


as 


Goodiaan, 


1218 


ViTatson, 


Ernest F. & Matthew M. 


Weitzman, 


Max 


14-0 



Commonweal th av . , 
Border st. , 
"A" Blue Hill av., 
Shawmu t av . , 
Northampton St., 
Dover st. , 
Atlantic av. , 
Snyder &. Sriberg, 
Washington st. , 
Main st. , 
Staniford st., 
Columbus av . , 
Washington St., 
Columbus av. , 
Harrison av. , 
Broadway, 
Broadway, 
Washington st. , 
W. Broadway, 
Compton St., 
Cottage St. , E. B. , 
Shawmu t av . , 
Stone's Loan Office, 
Broadway, 

Subway Loan Company, 
Broadway, 
Main st., 
Northampton st., 
Shawmu t av . , 
Temple pi. , 

Wm. A. Thompson Go. Inc., 

Tremont St., 

Temple pi. , 

Washington st. , 

Tremont St., 

Washington Clothing Co., 

Washington st. , 

10 Chambers st. , 

Merrimac st. , 



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510 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1^19 . 



Concluded. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - concluded. 



The S. S. 


White 


Dental Mfg. Co.), 120 Boylston St., 


A. H. 


Urann, 


lilanager, 


) 


Wi diner. 




Frederick T. 


31 West St., 


Wilensky, 




Harris 


165-187 Broadway, 


Winner, 




Joseph 


36 Boylston st. , 


Weinberg, 




Solomon 


11 Wall St., 


Winetsky, 




Joseph 


2365 Washington st.. 


Wolfe, 




Davis 


356 North St., 


Wolfe, 




Harry 


444 Main st. , 


Yanofsky, 




Benjamin 


106 Merrimac st. , 


Yanofsky, 




Myer 


160 Merrimac st. , 


Yellin, 




Abraham 


126 Sumner st., E. 


Zimon, 




Louis 


Iy74 Washington st.. 


Zurjoan, 




Max 


299 Cambridge st. 



B. 



Attest: 




Chief Cler