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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner].May (pp.511-660)."

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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, May 1, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The Commissioner approved a claim for seventy-five (75) 
Dollars, inade by Charles Vegal, being the amount allowed him by 
the Committee on Claims and approved by His Honor the Mayor, as 
compensation for injuries to his son, Nathan Vegal, by being struck 
by the police patrol wagon at the corner of Joy and Cambridge 
streets, January ?, 1919- 



The applications 
Auctioneers* Licenses were 

31. iyi9. 



Karp, 
Waisn, 



of tne following named persons lor 
granted lor the year ending December 



Harry 
Aloert 



H. 



603 Washington st., 
352 fjroaaway. 



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



2014 Campbell, 
2012 Foil is, 

2015 McManus, 
2C08 Webster. 



Frederick J, 
Charles 
James E. 
.b'redericK A. 



3i> Lewis av . , Arlington, 
74b Tremont st. , 
115 Warwick st. , Roxbury, 
127 Pembroke st. 



512 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Charles Follis for a license #11?, 732 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 174 Grampian 
Way, Dorchester, was granted for the year ending June 30, l^l 1 ^. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
fifteen musicians, by Charles Santaraaria, 3° Hull street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Salvatore Pulpiso on Thursday, .May 1, current, from 2 
to 4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From 13 Norman street to Green, South Margin, Friend, 
Canal, Cross and Prince streets. North square, North, Richmond and 
Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



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



higgins, 
jyealley, 



henry A. Deer Island, 

approved by Sanford Bates, Commissioner, House 

of Correction, 
William N. 115 Shawn at., W. Medford, 
approved by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 
Federal Reserve Bank. 



The application of Joseph August, 200 Columbus avenue, for 
a license #C2423^ to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was granted 
until March 1, 1^20. 






513 



BOSTGiJ, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919- 



;ontd. 



The applications of tne following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted 
until March 1, 1920. 



127,951 

120,l6i; 
12b,lb2i 
126,163' 



Boston Sight-Seeing Company) in a garage at 2 St, 
Abraham S. Caplan, Mgr. ) 



Pilgrim Sight-Seeing Co. Inc.L" " 
Joseph August, Treasurer f 



Botolph 

st. , 



" 37 Ferdinand 

St. 



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



127.951 



Boston Sight-Seeing Co. ) n. side of Huntington av. at 
Abraham 3. Caplan, Mgr.; Copley sq. , in front of grass 



plot, from 8.30 a. m. to 5*30 

p. m. 
12c3,l6l The Island in Dewey sq., opposite 

the So. Terminal Station, Stand 
Pilgrim Signt-Seeing Co. #1; from 8.30 a. m. to 5»30 p.m. 
128,163 Inc. Joseph August, Treas. The Island in Dewey sq. oppo- 
site the So. Terminal Station, 
Stand #2; from 8.30 a. m. to 5.30 

p. m. 
These designations are granted on the express condition that 
passengers received at these stands shall not be transferred at other 
stands held by the above named or others or at other places to other 
sight-seeing automobiles, except in case of emergency; and that 
passengers received at these stands shall be returned thereto unless 
they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



J. Royal Kinney, appointed jiarch 31, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



514 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



1355 Brown, Hyman 



Division 3« 

in front of 32 No. Russell st. 
Division 19. 
1330 Losterstein, Samuel in front of 55 Harvest st. 



The application of Patrolman Walter m. French of Division 
1 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing May 8, 
current, to attend to private business in Springfield, was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Peter A. Hayes of Division 4 
for permission to leave the city from time to time from May 1 to 
November 1, current, to visit nis family at 200 Bradstreet avenue, 
iseachmont, was granted. 



Tne 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; - 



Biagotti, 

Bootzyuvis, 

Colson, 

Ristuccia, 

Siwoo Restaurant 



A. & R. 
Christopher 
Robert L. 
Bartholomew 



Strode, 
ijertuccini, 

space: 8 
6 
Goldstein, 

movable 



Samuel 
Antonio 
feet long by 18 inches 
a. m. to midnight. 
Hyman 
stand: 5 feet long by 6 
to b. 30 p. m. , 
until 11 p. m. 



285i Main st., 

22 Faneuil Hall sq. , 
27 Tremont row, 
128-130 South st., 
22-24 Harrison av., 

59 Clinton st., 

60 Merrimac st., 
wide. Every week day from 



39 Salem st., 
inches wide. Prom 7 a « 
week days, except Saturdays, then 



m. 



515 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, l^iy. 



Contd. 



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

100 Prince st., 

From 8 a. m. to 



Winer, 
Kagan, 
space 



Louis kY 

Joseph J 
5 feet long by ti inches wide. 
8 p. m. 



The application of Bernard J. Heaney et al for a license 
for the storage and sale of merchandise at 10-12 India square was 
returned to the .board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the 
reason that the Fire Department objects on account of the narrow 
street and the congested condition there. 



it is hereby ordered that Captains Forrest F. Hall, 
Matthew J. Dailey and John J. Rooney, be and they are hereby appoint- 
ed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 to 
constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred to it for 
hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter 
appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
F. Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman Frederick A. Whitten of 
Division 7 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Matthew J. Dailey and 
John J. Rooney. The hearing will be held at this office Friday, 
May 2, current, at 2.30 p. m. 



516 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1919- 



Concluded, 



Full pay, amounting to Two Hundred Uinety-nine and lb/100 
{2'^.lti) Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late Patrolman 
Michael M. Foley of Division 5 deceased April 8, current, for 
seventy-eight days' time lost in the one hundred and fifty days 
immediately preceding his death and on account of sickness which 
caused his death. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Catherine J. 
Foley, widow of the late Patrolman Michael M. Foley of Division 5 
deceased April 8, current, the sum of Two Hundred Ninety-nine and 
18/100 (299.18) Dollars, being full pay for seventy-eight days' 
time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately preceding 
his death and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending i^ay 1, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



4P45,625.74 

618.19 

508.19 

181.39 

53.23 

346,986.74 



Attest; 



Chief Cle 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, May 2, 1919. 



517 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



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

it is with regret that I announce the death of Captain 
Hugh J. Lee of Division 9 wno passed away early this morning. 

Captain Lee was appointed to the Police Force November 12, 
188?, has given faithful and intelligent service in the successive 
grades through which he passed, and in his death a loyal and 
efficient officer is lost to the Department, which extends it heart- 
felt sympathy to his wife. 



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

A police officer injured in the discharge of his duty to 
the extent that he is unable to report for duty, should at once 
notify his commanding officer, who shall immediately make a complete 
investigation. in cases where the injured officer has no possible 
claim of collection against a third party for his injury, the com- 
manding officer shall so report and the injured police officer shall 
make application weekly for his pay and shall be placed upon the 
weekly payroll if the application is approved. If the injured 
officer has made or intends to make a claim for damages against a 
third party, the commanding officer shall promptly report such 
facts with all the circumstances. in every case, the commanding 
officer shall makejajfull report of the injury which report shall show 
whether or not a third party is responsible, both legally and 
financially, for the injury done. 



518 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



A contract was made with the New England Telephone 
and Telegraph Company to install in the premises of James H. 
Devlin Jr., 11 Menlo street, a telephone station connected with 
its Brighton Exchange with the right of eighty-five calls per 
month at the rate of Pour and 25/100 14.25) Dollars per month 
with a discount of 33-1/3 per cent. 



TJie application of John M. Taylor for an Amusement 
License to have an exhibition of bowling in the Noddle Bowling 
Alleys located at 320 Meridian street on Monday evening, May 5. 
current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



1925 Sutcliffe, 
2016 Wotton, 



Horace 
Franic H. 



722 Metropolitan av., 
319 Huntington av. 



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

565 E. Seventh st. 
11 Munson st. 



126,184 


Devine, 


.frank L. 


in a garage at 


63,616 


Wotton, 


frank H. 


n ii ii n 



519 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

iiiission Church hand, consisting of fifty musicians, by C. J. 
Spillane, 1526 Tremont street, - to accompany the Liberty Loan 
Committee of Ward 14, on Sunday, May 4, current, from 2 to 6 p. m. 

Route: principal streets of Ward 14. 

Nathaniel P. Sears, 1137 Hyde Park avenue, - Salvation Army 
and other bands, consisting of sixty musicians, to accompany the 
Liberty Loan parade under the auspices of the Ward 24 Liberty Loan 
Committee on Saturday, May 3, current, at 7.15 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets of Ward 24. 

Stone's Military and other bands, consisting of one hundred 
twenty-five musicians, by a. H. O'Connor, 783 fourth street, - to 
parade in connection with south Boston's reception to its returning 
soldiers on Saturday, May 3i current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: From Andrew square to Dorchester street, West Sixth 
street, Dorchester avenue and Broadway to Marine Park. 

Worcester Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by J . B. 
Waters, 377 Northampton street, - to parade witn the Grand United 
Order of Odd Fellows on Sunday, May 11, current, from 1 p. m. 

Route: From the corner of northfield and Tremont streets to 
Northfield and Tremont streets, Massachusetts and Columbus avenues 
to People's Temple. Countermarch Columbus avenue to Camden street, 
Snawmut avenue, hammond and Tremont streets to northfield street. 



The applications of harry Fiemann andtadward Sisson as 
the American Loan Company for a Pawnbroker's License and license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at 11 Green street were granted for 
the year ending April 30, 1920. 



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



Carrol. 1, 

Hays, 



imatthew J. 
jaues 



736 Washington St., 
541 Commonwealth av 



520 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 191?. 



Concluded. 



James W. Domineau, appointed April 21, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Patrolman John J. Maguire of Division 
14 for leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing May 9. 
current, to attend the ordination of his brother-in-law was 
granted without pay. 



it is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
F. Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman John F. Dolan of Division 
7 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Matthew J, Dailey and John 
J. Rooney. The hearing will be held at this office Saturday, May 
3, current, at 10 a. m. 



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 :- 



Bertuccini, 

ijiagiotti, 

Mahoney, 



Antonio 
A. & B. 
Jeremiah J 



60 Merrimac st. , 
255i Main St., 

Morton st. nr. 
Blue Hill av 



1181 



Attest: 




Chief Clerk 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, May 3, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman James Rafferty of Division 4 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Saturday, kay 3, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



521 



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



201b 
2021 



Flax 
Jacobs, 



Albert 
Samuel 



395 Cross St., Maiden, 
650 Seventh st. 



The four licenses #267, 1199, 1272 and 1605 granted 
Patrick J. McArdle on July 9, 191b, to set up and use Hackney 
Carriages in a stable at 91 Chelsea street, Charlestown, were 
cancelled by reason of the licenses having been surrendered. 



to 



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. 

127,654 Jacobs, Samuel in a garage at 62b Fourth st., 
130,164 Mahoney, Bartholomew J. in a " '■ 411 Bowdoin st. D. D. 



522 



BOSTOK, SATURDAY, MAY 3, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



*Aronson, 
Beal, 

*Blaney, 
*Ryan , 

Schwalb, 
*Werby, 



isadore 
Joseph 

W. W. 
Joseph 

Max 
Abraham 



17-19 Eustis st. , 

as Joseph Beal & Company, 
453.457 Atlantic av. , 
529 E. Second st. , 
80 Bremen st. , 
rear 110 .b'olsom st. , H. P., 
47 Beverly st. , 



♦granted on condition that license is not to be sold 
or transferred. 



Daniel E. McCarthy, appointed iiaarch 31, 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 granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 

Division 5« 
B31972 Kiley, James in front of 516 Albany st., 

Division 9^ 
1357 Ball & McNulty in front of 32 Mt. Pleasant av. 

Division 14. 
B24836) Doherty, William G. in front of 45 Murdock st. 



B3O962; 



Division 15. 



1361) McGranachan, James J. in front of 26 Polk st. 
1365) 



523 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1*19. 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolinan George M. Kilduff of Division 4, three days, com- 
mencing May 2, current, on account of the death of his father. 

Sergeant Michael J. Muldoon of Division 14, three days, com- 
mencing May 3, current, on account of the death of his father-in-law 



The application of Captain Forrest F. Hall of Division 14 
for permission for the officers of his division to contribute a 
small sum weekly for the benefit of Patrolman John E. Cassidy who 
is unable to perform duty on account of rheumatism, was granted. 



The Cit^ Treasurer was requested to pay to Sarah J. Orr, 
widow of James S. Orr deceased April 24, current, the sum of Forty- 
six and 66/100 (46.66) Dollars, being the amount due the said James 
S. Orr as a pensioned police officer of the city of Boston at the 
time of his decease. 



Patrolman Daniel J, Lehan, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence September 21, 1917, to enter the United States 
Army, having received an honorable discharge therefrom, returned 
to duty, at 5.45 P. M. , May 3, 1919. 



The application of Nicola Lofrumento for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 244 Dorchester avenue was 
returned to the .board of Street Commissioners approved. 



Attest: 



<&^X$^~S 



Cnief Clerk. 



524 



OFFICE OF THJU POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, kay 5, 1919. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James F. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman Frederick A. Whitten of 
Division 7 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: NEGLECT OF DUTY. 

Specification: In that on the twenty-fourth day of 
April, 1919. the said Patrolman Frederick A. Whitten failed to 
pull in any duty calls between tne hours of I.30 a. m. and 3*35 a.m. 



it appeared that a hearing was had before 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Matthew J. 
Rooney, on the second day of May, current, after du 
served on the said Patrolman Whitten by giving him 
the complaint. He appeared with counsel and plead 
charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in 
The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Frederick 
perform two hundred and ten hours' punishment duty. 



a Trial Board, 
Dailey and John J. 
e notice had been 
a true copy of 
ed guilty to the 

the complaint, 
recommendation of 

A. Whitten 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James F. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman John F. Dolan of Division 7 
for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE I. INTOXICATION. 

Specification: In that on the twenty-ninth day of April, 
1919. the said John F. Dolan when on duty and in uniform was under 
the influence of liquor. 

CHARGE II. INSUBORDINATION. 

Specification: In that on the twenty-ninth day of April, 
1919. the said John F. Dolan when on duty and in uniform was guilty 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919- 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman John F. Dolan - concluded. 

of insubordination in that when asked by his superior officer, 
Lieutenant Clark, for his statement he refused then and there to 
give one. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Matthew J. Dailey and John 
J. Rooney, on the third day of May, current, after due notice nad 
been served on the said Patrolman Dolan by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He defaulted and the Board found him guilty as 
charged in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding 
and with the recommendation of the Board ordered that the said 
Patrolman John F. Dolan be dismissed from the Police Department, to 
take effect Monday, May 5. 1919. at 5» 4-5 P. M. 



Francis V. iCldridge was employed as a temporary marine 
fireman on the police steamers for about seven months with pay at 
the rate of Thirteen Hundred (1300) Dollars per annum, commencing 
May 2, 1919 . 



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

John J. Briggs - to have a dog show in Paine Memorial Hall 
located at 9 Appleton street on Friday evening, May 23, 1919* 

Newton E. Hyslop - to have a dancing party in the Allston 
Dansant located at 13b Brighton avenue on V/ednesday evening, May 
14, current. 



The application of Isaac Shapiro for an Amusement License 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the •(building to be erected at the corner of Cambridge, Henshaw 
and Elko .streets, Brighton, until August 1, 1919. was forwarded to 

His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



525 



526 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of Alexander M. Muda for a transfer of 
his license #45,969 to 8e * U P and use a hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 40o South Huntington avenue to a garage at 21 Hawkins 
street was granted. 



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



Berman, 


Abraham 


977 


Canterbury st., 


Campbel 1 , 


Joseph W. 


2 


Havre st., 


Chalf in, 


jake 


311 


Cnelsea st., E. B. , 


Delario, 


Charles 


3^ 


Harmon st. , 


Fine, 


Jake 


637 


Harrison av . , 


Foreman, 


Hyman 


12 


Ferndale st.. 


Goldstein, 


Samue 1 


54 


Brunswick st., 


Govenar, 


rtyman 


12 


Marble st., 


henick, 


David 


24 


Adams St., B. D. , 


Karp, 


Joseph 


14 


Porter st., J. P., 


Kavritz, 


henry 


11 


Wheeler st., 


Mar tell, 


Andrew 


17 


Wordsworth st. , 


Miller, 


Bernard 


71 


Kingsdale st., D. D. , 


Monahan, 


Thomas J. 


143 


Moreland st. , 


AOddell , 


Benjamin 


4fa 


Market st., B. D. , 


Onigman, 


Harry 


46 


Market st. , B. D. , 


Rubotnick, 


Rufcen 


51 


Fay st.. 


Safrino, 


Manuel j . 


4 


Winthrop st., E. B. , 


Sater, 


..ax 


15 


Haskins st., 


Segal, 


Frank 


311 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


Shapiro, 


Samuel 


6 


Phillips st., 


aharevich. 


Louis 


109 


Ruggles st. , 


Slotnick, 


Israel 


32 


Litchfield st. , 


Wyraan, 


Aoraham 


15 


Fowler st., 


Wyner , 


Meyer 


14 


Arbutus st., 


zax, 


Aaron 


3* 


Genesee st.. 


Zillerraan, 


Alfred 


200 


Market st. , B. D. 



527 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Cohen, 
Franklin, 



Abraham 

Max 



204 Bennington st., 
47 Deering rd. 



The applicatipn of the Navy Yard Band, consisting of 
fifty musicians, by Pliny Jewell, 60 State street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the parade of the 
Liberty Loan Committee of New England which is to escort Admiral 
Sims on Tuesday, May b, current, from 12 m. to 2 p. m. , was 
granted. 

Route: From South Station to Summer, Winter and Tremont 
streets to the Common; to Boylston and Clarendon streets. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920. 



Ashworth, 


Thomas 


203 


Green st., 




Bartlett, 


Leonard G. 


bl 


Magazine st., 




Behr, 


Bernard 


307 


Tremont st. , 




Bellew, 


John C. 


86-90 


Fairmount av . , 




Bower, 


Louis 


136 


Sumner st., E. 


B., 


Brophy, 


Martin G. 


220 


Columbus av., 




Casey, 


William H. 


69 


Atlantic av. , 




Cassetta, 


Adelina 


35 


Parmenter st., 




Cohen, 


Harris 


^ 


Fleet st., 




Cohen, 


Leo a. 


251 


Hanover St., 




Crosby, 


C. A. W. & Son) 


400 


Washington st. 


1 


by Edward H. 


Faxon, Manager ) 








DeAngelis, 


M. & L. 


as 
165 


M. DeAngelis & 
"A" Salem st. , 


Brc 


Eisenstadt, 


David 


933 


Albany st., 




Fein, 


Lichael 


293 


Hanover St., 




Feinberg, 


Harry 


40tf 


Market St., B. 


D. , 


Fernandez, 


Eva E. 


3141 


"C" Washington 


8t. 


Fineberg, 


Max 


31 


Cross st., 




Fishman, 


Levy 


b6 


Dartmouth St., 





528 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919- 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - contd. 



Freedman, 


Simon 


64 


Garf inkel, 


Joseph 


1204 


Garfinkel, 


Joseph 


1198 


Podolsky, 


Max, Treas. 


) as 


Podder, 


Leo J. Pres. 


43 


Podder, 


Regina, Clerk ) 


Goldman, 


Abraham H. 


as 

14y 


Goldman, 


Harry 


9 


Greenstein, 


Joseph 


24 


Harris, 


Myer & George as 






57 


Henken, 


Pauline 


145 


Kersey, 


Paul C. 


450 


Hoagland, 


Wallace E. 


327 


Hoffman, 


David 


7H 


Home, 


Abraham 


1234 


Aronson, 


Marcus 


as 
194 


Hurwitz, 


William 


233 


Iver Johnson 


Sporting Goods 


Co. 155? 


Jomedes, 


Panos 


746 


Keith, 


Wilbur L. 


as 

338 


Kramer, 


Abraham B. 


587 


Lane, 


Barney 


b2 


Lawton, 


John F. Jr.& Al' srt V. 






1236 


Leshinskj* , 


Fene 


19 


Lev ens on, 


Hyman 


59 


Levine, 


Simon 


133 


Linsky, 


Jacob 


50 


Meltzer, 


Harry 


1011 


Moshkowitch, 


Jacob 


14-16 


MacRitchie, 


Henry D. 


rear 74 


Orieg, 


Aron 


77 


Paipert, 


Julius 


56 


Pike, 


Louis 


309 


Quirk, 


Harry 


1 


Rogers, 


Joseph 


173 


Ross, 


George 


12 


Rubens tein, 


Isador G. 


41 


Savage, 


Henry H. 


as 

i 166 


Savage, 


Harry W. & 


Savage, 


Eugene W. ] 



Salem st. , 
Washington st. , 
Washington st. , 
Globe Electric Company, 
Beach st. , 

Mayo' s Hardware Co., 

Green st. , 

Cooper st. , 

Guild row, 

L. Harris & Son, 

Fleet st., 

Portland st., 

Freeport st., 

Shawmut av. , 

Prince st. , 

Tremont st. , 

Hub Vulcanizing & Tire Co 

Columbus av. , 

Friend st. , 

Washington st. , 

Tremont St., 

Keith Brothers, 

Newbury st. , 

Columbus av., 

Westland av. , 

as John F. Lawton Jr., 

Dorchester av. , 

Sal em s t . , 

Cross st., 

Dover st. , 

School st. , 

Tremont st. , 

Atlantic av. , 

Freeport st. , 

Beach st. , 

Salem st. , 

Sumner st. , E. B. , 

Oakland av., B. D. , 

Hanover st., 

Harcourt st. , 

"A" Washington st. , 

Henry H. Savage & Sons, 

Hanover st., 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, lyiy. 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - concluded. 



Schwa lb, 
Silverman, 

Silverman, 

Vafides, 
Werby , 
Yalenezian, 



Max 

David 

Max 

Christos 
A. Benjamin 
Albert 



rear 110 Folsom st., H. P., 
592 Dorchester av . , 
(13-15 Orleans st., & 
[ 3-5 Haynes st. , 
186 Shawraut av . , 

81 Haverhill st. , 
170 Shawmut av. 



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



Feldman, 
Goldberg, 



Frank 

Max 



383 Tremont st. , 
as New England Sewing 
Machine Co., 170 Harrison av, 



529 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



Officers 



Bennett, 



Blewett, 
Crowley, 
Kaskey , 
Burke, 
Fitzgerald, 



Cobb, 
Elliott, 



Walter 



Henry P. 
Timothy J. 
Richard. 
Patrick J. 
James D. 



\ 



Lucius E. 
Herbert N. 



Employers. 

E. B. Snyder, Captain, Quarter- 
master Corps, in charge of Ware- 
house Division, Sections A & E, 
Boston Army Supply Base, 
1st Lieut. Joseph M. Matson, 
Personal Adjutant, Motor Transport 
Corps, Garage #1, 20 Malvern St., 
Edward D. Smith, Manager, 
General Ticket Office, Little 
Building, & Plymouth Theatre, 
125 Eliot st. , 
L Eastern Steamship Corporation, 
) E. E. Mitchell, Agent, 

premises owned and controlled by 
said company on the water front, 



530 



&, 



' yvK ^\ l»i f-- 33^- 



BOSTON, MONDAY, KAY 5, 19ly. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Officers. 

Downey, William F. 



Doyle, 



Farris, 
Hanrahan, 

Fellows, 



Lewis, 
Mulley, 

Nealley, 

Porter, 
Stone, 

Swift, 



Joseph L. 



Henry C. 
William H, 

Joseph 



William T. 
Charles 

William B. 

Abner T. 
Raymond D. 

George G. 



Employers. 

The School Committee of the City 
of Boston, Thornton D. Apollbnio 
Secretary, school-houses of tne 

city of Boston. 
R. H. White Company, 

Samuel L. Carr, Treasurer, 
504-552 Washington St., cor. of 
Bedford st., Harrison av. & 
Norfolk pi., & 33-47 Troy st., 
Ralph L. Ripley, Manager, 

Scollay Sq. Olympia, Theatre, 
4 Tremont row, 
Walworth Manufacturing Co., 

Theodore W. Little, V. Pres., 
premises situated on First st. , 
between and P sts., 

F. H. Prince & Co. , 

No. 1 Ames Building, 
3 Court st. , 
Edith Manton, Owner, 
70 to 76 Florida st., 86 to 90 
Temple ton st. , 5-7, 9-H. & 15-17 
Dawson st. , Dorchester, 
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 

J. M. Porter, Purchasing 
Agent, 20 Kilby st. , 53 & 131 

State St., 
The Merchants National Bank, 
F. C. Waite, Cashier, 

2b-30 State st., 
Charles J. Gorman, Proprietor, 
Roslindale Theatre, 

411 South st., & 703-711 
South st. , 
Allston Amusement Company, 
Stanley Sumner, Gen'l Mgr., 
Allston Theatre, 
Brighton av. 



531 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of Pasquale DeAngelis for a Y/agon 
License #1372 to locate in front of 138 Paris street was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1919» 



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

Patrolman Charles M. Eaton of Division 5i s * x days, commencing 
May 8, current, to take his parents to Taftonboro, New Hampshire. 

Patrolman James M. King of Division 5. three days, commencing 
May 5i current, on account of the death of his child. 

Patrolman Edward P. Byrne of Division 10, three days, commenc- 
ing May 4, current, on account of the death of his daughter. 



The application of Patrolman Peter C. Eldridge of Divi- 
sion 8 for permission to leave the city on "days off" during the 
summer months to go to Westwood, Massachusetts, with his family 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman John N. Ghaisson of Division 
1 for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars 
for the arrest of Edward Murray et al for larceny from the American 
Railway Express Company, was granted. 



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



Apoetoles Bros. 
Apostoles & Spartales 



24 "A" Paneuil Hall sq. , 
24 "A" Paneuil Hall sq. , 



532 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 5, l<Ay. 



Concluded, 



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



Blaisdell, Arthur E. 
Phelan & Steptoe 
Serra, Carlo 

Solari, Frederick C. 
Solari, Frederick C. 



1800 Centre st., 
3<i-42 Boylston st. , 
1767 Dorchester av. , 
32 Dock sq. , 
Devonshire st. nr. Dock sq. 



Attest: 



Chief Cler 




533 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pernberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, May 6, lyi^. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



The application of John J. Gunning for an Amusement 
License to have a dancing party in Fitzedrick Bungalow located at 
155 Capen street, Dorchester, on Saturday evening, May 3, current, 
was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Amato Sarno et al for a charter as the 
Knights of Liberty, Incorporated, for aiding members, both from a 
moral and educational standpoint; to be located at 166 Endicott 
street. 



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



2047 Levy, 

2026 Munz, 

2051 Varnerin, 

377 Roche, 



Herbert 
Joseph L. 
Henry P. 
Francis J. 



34 Creston st. , 

35 Pope st., E. B. , 
47 Townsend st., 

18 Amory st., Cambridge, 



534 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, KAY 6, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Kenry P. Varnerin for a license #127,723 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 1926 Columbus 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The application of Simon Yanoff, 22 Oneida street, for a 
Junk Collector '8 License was granted for the year ending April 3c, 
1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



Kepnes, 
Levin, 



Abraham 
George 



4 Hyde st. , 
203 Endicott st. 



The application of Abraham S. Katz for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 147 North street and 77 Fulton place was 
rejected. 



The petition of the Hew York Central Railroad Company, a 
railroad corporation having a passenger station in this city, pray- 
ing for the appointment of 

James Rafferty 

being a person in the employment of said corporation as a railroad 
police officer of and for said corporation, was acted upon, and 
upon said petition the person named therein, being a person in the 
employment of said corporation, was appointed a police officer to 
act as a railroad police officer of and for said corporation for the 
purposes and with the powers set forth in Chapter 463 of the Acts 
of 1906 and Acts in addition thereto and amendatory thereof, to 
hold said office until said appointment is revoked according to law. 



535 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1919- 



Contd, 



The application of Charles A. Bowers, 46 Francis street, 
for a license to carr> a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was rejected. 



made oath 
incumbent 



George C. Swift, appointed May 5» current, 
to faithfully and impartially perfo 
on him as a special police officer. 



>rm all 



appeared and 
the duties 



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



1828 


Evans, 


Albert M. 


Conductor, 


2666 


Graham, 


John 


n 


2335 


Hill, 


George S. 


11 


3607 


Downey, 


John W. 


11 


3185 


Graham, 


Charles K. 


n 


33«2 


Shumrak, 


Barney 


11 


4340 


Garfinkel, 


Louis J. 


11 


0104 


Cavanaugh, 


Henry J. 


11 


060 


Kelly, 


John J. 


11 


O63 


Jones, 


Arthur LI. Jr. 


11 


017 


McGurl, 


Felix 


n 


1797 


iiullen, 


Patrick H. 


n 


1239 


Connors, 


John T. 


11 


1847 


Scannell, 


Florence J. 


M 


1420 


Jackman, 


Eugene L. 


II 


2494 


Gatchell, 


Everett W. 


II 


2371 


Dolan, 


John J. 


II 


2341 


English, 


Robert 


II 


3130 


Gibbons, 


Charles I. 


II 


3063 


Hurford, 


George E. 


II 


09 


LiacLeod, 


Edgar E. 


II 


031 


Smeedy , 


William T. 


II 


038 


Bowie, 


Arthur F. 


II 


122b 


Coughlan, 


William B. 


II 


1697 


Hansen, 


Soren P. 


II 


1095 


Griffin, 


Daniel J. 


II 


1005 


Fay, 


Arthur H. 


II 


1772 


Nourse, 


Elden W. 


II 



536 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 6, I91V. 



Contd, 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



1870 


0' Sullivan, 


John 


Conductor, 


2381 


Willett, 


Frederick W. 


11 


2339 


kcManus, 


Kieren F. 


11 


2426 


Riley, 


David W. 


it 


2i>bc> 


Greene, 


Warren I . 


11 


2571 


Biancone, 


Ferdinand 


11 


2769 


Goyette, 


Louis J. 


11 


2859 


Bates, 


Howard P. 


11 


2860 


Additon, 


Florus J. 


•i 


2880 


Coen, 


1.1. Stanley 


it 


2886 


Moylan, 


John J. Jr. 


11 


2664 


Scanlon, 


Frederick L. 


n 


1215 


Conkey, 


Homer G. 


11 


1854 


Stoffel, 


Albert J. 


11 


1834 


LaPleur, 


Raymond F. 


11 


1865 


Burke, 


Jeremiah J . 


it 


2715 


Loder, 


Alfred E. 


11 


2527 


McCollom, 


James J. 


n 


3525 


Phillips, 


Thomas F. 


«i 


354b 


Prebensen, 


P. Arnold 


11 


4413 


Srai th , 


Richard T. 


11 


105c 


White, 


George H. 


11 


3C01 


O'SUllivan, 


Jeremiah S. 


ti 


4527 


Powers, 


Austin 


11 


4548 


Lenhart, 


Sebastian T. 


11 


4263 


Goss, 


Daniel J. 


11 


037 


Dyke, 


Thomas 


11 


1769 


Faucher , 


George W. 


kotorman 


2049 


Pierson, 


Iver A. 


n 


3362 


Roach, 


Albert E. 


n 


3176 


Brown, 


David A. 


11 


2570 


Shumway , 


Ralph 


•1 


2558 


Clark, 


Belmont C. 


11 


4014 


^uinn, 


Simon P. 


11 


1517 


kcGinley , 


John 


ii 


1219 


Strople, 


Guy S. 


11 


2444 


McDonald, 


Joseph A. 


ii 


2013 


Richard, 


Joseph P. 


n 


4281 


Green, 


Alvin E. 


it 


4428 


Kirby, 


Richard J. 


11 


2632 


Baker, 


Thomas A. 


11 


2433 


Moore, 


John 


11 



,17 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1^1 y. 



Contd. 



The application of The Royal Elue Line Company, Incorpora- 
ted, by W. J. Smith, President, for a license #$6, 154 to set up and 
use a Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolpn 
street was granted until Larch 1, 1^20. 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Incorpora- 
ted, by W. J. Smith, president, for a location for its Sight-Seeing 
Automobile License #5°. lb 4 on Boylston street, north west corner of 
Charles street, from 8. 30 a. m. to 5*3° P« m « » daily, was granted. 

This designation is granted on the express condition that 
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 case of emergency; and that 
passengers received at this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



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

Division 2. 

B208281 Hayes, James J. Co. in front of 7 Bosworth st., 

B9703) 

B3452 Kaplow Bros. Winthrop Ex. in front of 15 Merchants row, 

Division 5* 
1374 Garvey, Frank Union Park st. s.e.cor. Washington st. 



The two Wagon Licenses #4835 and 4836 granted to Louis 
Waxier on March 2J?, 1919, to locate on Union Park street, south 
east corner of Washington street, were cancelled by reason of their 
having been surrendered. 



538 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1^1 9 . 



Concluded. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains James P. Sullivan, 
John E. Driscoll and Micnael J. Goff , be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 2^1 of the Acts of 
1^C6 to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred 
to it for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is 
hereafter appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
P. Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman John H. Falvey of Division 
7 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial board con- 
sisting of Captains James P. Sullivan, John E. Driscoll and Michael 
J. Goff. The hearing will be held at this office Thursday, May 6, 
current, at 2.15 P* m. 



Attest; 



&l%L4yt*LAb 



Chief Cler/ 




539 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, May 7, 1919- 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Mrs. M. C. dark for an Amusement 
License to have a dog show in Paine Memorial Hall located on Apple- 
ton street on Thursday evening, May 8, current, was forwarded to 
His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Louis Hurwitz for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
New International HalL located at 40-42 Wenona street until August 
1, 1919, was forwarded, to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



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

Clay Hoskins et al - as the Betnlehem Holiness Cnurch of the 
First Born for the establishment and maintenance of the public 
worship of God in accordance with the principles of the Holiness 
Faith- to be located at 1142 Tremont street. 

Joel Sayvets et al - as the Labor Lyceum Association of Boston 
to promote the social and civic welfare and education of its own 
^.embers and of the members of organized labor in general by means 
"i lectures, reading classes and entertainments and the maintenance 
«i a social centre; no fixed location. 



540 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919* 



Contd. 



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



87 Paine, 
2060 Sewell, 



Charles C. 
Frederick J. 



32 Alexander av. jsaeaford, 
22 Worcester st. 



Tne license #931 granted to Myer R. Rittenberg on July 
1, 191tf, to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a stable at 11 
Grosvenor place, was cancelled by reason of the licensee having 
sold his carriage. 



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* 

118,648 Cragin, James in a garage at 18 Harvard av., 
931 (Joyce, John J. " " statue " 3? warren st., o. 
V in piace or Myer R. Rittenberg. 
130,219 Paine, Cnaries C. in a garage at 2 at. .cotoiph st. 



v. 



Txie application or ueorge J. weisberg for a transfer of 
his license #43,269 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 12 Garden street to a garage at 20 custom house street 
was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
special stands for their Hackney Carriage Licenses were granted :- 

127,606 Mowatt, Frederick A. £. <ss Co. in rront of 253 Massachus- 
etts av. , 
126,121 Wrignt, Reginald F. museum ra. w. cor. Huntington av. 



541 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919- 



Contd, 



The application of Pasquale Falcone for a Hand Cart 
License #75 to locate in front of 10 Mechanic court was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1919« 



The application of the Salvation Army Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by W. A. Antrim, 48 Myrtle street, for a Collect- 
ive Musicians' License to parade on Wednesday, May 7. current, from 
7 to o p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From Pemberton square to Court street to Alden street. 



Henry A. Petit, appointed April 26, current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



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



Garritv , 



Blewitt, 

Bennett, 

Burke, 

Cobb, 

Crowley, 

Doyle, 

Elliott, 



Appointed Larch $1, 1919. 
Patrick F. Wade, 

Appointed April 20, 1919. 
Donoghue, John E. 



Appointed May 

Henry p. 
Walter 
Patrick J. 
Lucius E. 
Timothy J. 
Joseph L. 
Herbert N. 



5, 191*. 

Farris, 

Fellows, 

Fitzgerald, 

Hanahan , 

Kaskey , 

Lewis, 

Mulley, 



James W. 



Henry C. 
Joseph 
James D. 
William H. 
Richard 
William T. 
Charles 



Nealley, 



William N. 



542 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 191 y. 



Contd. 



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

Conductor, 
it 
ii 
ii 

Motorman, 
ii 

ii 

ii 

« 

n 

n 

ii 
ii 
ii 
ii 
ii 
ii 

Starter. 



144 


Burke, 


Thomas F. 


1454 


Cantwell, 


Frame £. 


09 


Robertson, 


Albert N. 


3352 


Sparks, 


William P. 


1064 


Bissett, 


Willett R. 


20(54 


Bonner, 


Philip 


144 


Burke, 


Thomas F. 


0272 


Cavanaugh, 


henry J. 


0276 


Colbert, 


Patrick F. 


1087 


Conway, 


James F. 


0276 


Cunningham, 


John J. 


0277 


Fleming, 


Joseph 


1056 


Junkins, 


Charles R. 


2067 


Kevill, 


John 


IO89 


Kirchgassner, 


John F. 


4245 


parodi, 


Joseph J. B 


0273 


Snook, 


George E. 


24y6 


Woods, 


William P. 


144 


Burke, 


Thomas F. 



The Wagon License #1260 granted to John Tamborino on July 
1, 1918, to locate in a stable at 539 Hanover street was cancelled 
by reason of the licensee having sold his wagon. 



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



1380)^ Reid, Robert J. 
1406) 
*1260 Zarba, Salvatore " ■ 

*in place of John Tamborino. 



Division 1. 

in front of 12b Fulton st. 
" 53 1 Hanover st, 



543 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, MY 7, 1*1^. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 4. 
E32126 Hinckley, John L. in front of 130 Bedford st. 

Division 11. 
B31324 Boland, Robert in a garage at 140 Bowdoin st. 



The application of Inspector Walker A. Smith of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for leave of absence from duty for 
three days, commencing May 7. current, on account of the death of 
his father was granted without pay. 



The application of Sergeant John M. Anderson of Division 1 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Nine and 2/100 (9.02) Dollars, being 
the cost of cloth for new trousers to replace a pair destroyed 
while making an arrest on Friend street on May 6, current, was 
granted. 



The application of Frank Scali for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 176 North street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason 
that a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



544 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, l?!?. 



Concluded. 



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



Ararat Grocery Co. Inc. 
Aroian, Tosmajanian & 
Backman, Nathan W. 
Bellone, Cologero 
Dahl & MacDonald 
jf'elQiuan, Michael 
Grande, Francesco 
Gustin & Saunders Co. 



Houghton, 
Mi la no, 
McRae , 
par go la, 
Small Fruit 



Vicola M. 
Vincenzo 
Allen J. 
Fillippo 
Store 



Spiropoulos, C. J. 

Waldron & Ham 

Witter, Joseph 



Attest: 



1 50-15>2 

Hoosepia 

255 

127 

30 

19&L 

2b 

yo 

1676 

8 

2803 

404 

64 

225 

10 

357 



Commercial st. , 
n 439 W. Broadway, 
Hanover st. , 
Chelsea st. , 
"A" jaortn st., 
Washington st. , 
Clark st. , 
Clinton st. &. 



Dorchester av. 
Battery st., 
Washington st. 
Hanover st. , 
Porter st., 
North st., 
Mercantile st. 
Hanover st. 



Mercantile 
st. , 



Chief Cle 




545 



OFFICE 0? THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

.boston, 'i'nursday, May ci, 1919. 



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

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



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take effect 
Friday, May 9, 1919, at 7.4-5 A. M. : 



Sergeant 

■ 

■ 

N 

II 



John II. L. Anderson 
Michael J. Sullivan 
Frank H. Thompson 
John I. C'Dea 
Michael T. T payers 



Pntrclraan Frank Rooney 
H Alfred J. Shaw 
" Gustave Rosen^eld 



from Division 1 to Division 4, 
n ii 12 n " 4, 



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16. 



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

St. Augustine's Hotre Dame Alumnae Association by Mary W. Hines 
- to have a dancing party in the Municipal Building located on Broadway 
on Monday evening, May 12, 1919. 

Mary Swan - to have a dancing recital in the Municipal Building 
located on Broadway on Wednesday evening, May 28, lyi?. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Commonwealth 
on the application of i'neodore E. Hedlund et al for a charter as the 
Aero Club of Massachusetts for promoting the science of aviation through 
the exhibition of the art of flying, the acquisition of aircraft, 
airdromes and aircraft landing places, tne publication of literature 
on aeronautics, and by other kindred means; no fixed location. 



546 



B0ST02J, THURSDAY, MAY 8, I9I9. 



Contd. 



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



1045 Brown, 

364 Markus, 

405 O'Brien, 

2083 Shine, 

2062 Spellman, 



James P. 
Harry H. 
Mortimer 
William W, 
David 



357 Columbia St., Cambridge, 
174 Eliot st. , 
162 Sixth st., 

47 Moultrie st. , 

74 W. Cottage st. 



The application of Mortimer O'Brien for a license #106,986 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at j?4i Broadway 
was granted for tne year ending June 30, l^i^. 



The application of tne Military Band, consisting of twenty- 
five musicians, by Edward Blockel, 7 Coleman street, for a Collective 
.aisicians • License to accompany a parade under the auspices of the 
Liberty Loan Committee of Mew England to escort the Belgian soldiers 
on Friday, May 9, current, from 7 to 8 a. m. and 6.30 to 7.30 p. m. , 
was granted. 

Route: Prom the South Station to Summer, Washington, School and 
Beacon streets to Hotel Beiievue. Leave Hotel Brunswick at 7 p. m. , 
thence via uoylston and Tremont streets to Boston Common. 



The application of Patrolman Max B. P. Thornier of Division 5 
for permission to accept a reward of Pifty (i?0) Dollars from the Boston 
Wool Trade Association for the arrest of Michael Reardon and Angelo Luca 
for the larceny of 3000 pounds of wool valued at $2100 on February 1, 1919, 
was granted. 



547 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY tf, l^ly. 



Oontd. 



Tne application of Patrolman Thomas J. 
Division 12 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight 
the cost of medical services on 
being knocked aown by a mounted 
corner of Hereford and Boylston 
was granted. 



Crocker of 
(8) Dollars being 
account of injuries received by 
horse of Police Division l6 at the 
streets on Friday, April 25, current 



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 
approved :- 



Campanella, 
Domenico, 
Es tab rook, 
Fenochietto, 
Fredberg, 
McCuilough, 
SI o cum, 
Smith, 



Bartolo 
i'arzia 
Thomas T. 
Alvino 
Samuel 
Catherine 
Moses D. 
John D. 



73 Cottage st., 
77 Cottage st., 
597 Washington st., 

20 Derne st., 
172 Merrimac st., 
500-504 Ashland st., 
441 W. Broadway, 
Warren st. 



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



Patrol. 
11 

11 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 
11 

11 

Sergeant 
Patrol. 



Richard J. Austin, 
David R. Bootes, 
John E. Driver, 
Edward J. Sullivan, 
Patrick A. Donohue, 
Samuel J. Kelly, 
John J. Murray, 
James J. Cratty, 
Artnur D. i-iadden, 
James P. Brady, 
iaicnael J. Cronin, 
Robert A. Stewart, 
Frank A. Bar thel mess, 



Div. 



1, 


3 


days, 


9 8.22 


2. 


3 


11 


9. 04 


2, 


3 


11 


11.50 


2. 


3 


11 


14.3b 


3. 


7 


11 


19*17 


5', 


14 


11 


53.70 


7, 


3 


11 


8.22 


b. 


3 


11 


14.38 


1, 


3 


•1 


11.50 


10, 


3 


11 


11.50 


12, 


3 


11 


11.50 


J-3. 


6 


11 


23.01 


15. 


3 


n 


11.50 



Carry Over, 



#207.62 



548 



BOS TON, THURSDAY, MAY d, i^l*. 



Contd. 



Pull Pay Allowed for .Lost Time - concluded. 



Patrol 



Brought forward, 
Joseph E. Moisan, Div. 15, 
Daniel W. Lynch, 
Thomas S. Connor ton, 
James F. Kripp, 
Wilbur L. Melvin, 
Clement C. VanLaningham" 



II 


15. 


II 


15, 


II 


ib, 


II 


16, 


II 


16, 



3 days, 
3 " 
3 " 
3 " 
3 " 
3 " 



$207.62 
11.50 

11.50 
11.50 
6.22 
11.50 
11.50 

*273-34 



Tne applications of the following named police officers 
for half pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty by reason of sicxness as provided by section 9 of Rule 36 
of tne Police Manual, were granted;- 



Patrol. 


Coleman Sullivan, 


Div. 


1, 


3 


days, 


» ^>15 


n 


Andrew J. Widdup, 


11 


1, 


9 


11 


17.26 


11 


Thomas J. Mahoney, 


n 


2. 


3 


11 


5.75 


n 


Stephen J. Ryder, 


n 


2. 


13 


11 


19.58 


Sergeant 


William Lewis, 


11 


3. 


30 


11 


71.91 


Patrol. 


Micjiael J. Horan, 


11 


4, 


11 


11 


15.06 


11 


George W. A. Dawson, 


)• 


5, 


3 


11 


5.75 


11 


John J. Foley, 


11 


5. 


13 


11 


19.58 


11 


John L. O'Donnell, 


ti 


5. 


10 


11 


17.81 


11 


Edward J. Raftus, 


11 


5, 


30 


ti 


57.53 


11 


James E. Benson, 


n 


7, 


11 


11 


15.06 


11 


William J. Burke, 


11 


7, 


6 


11 


8.22 


11 


Michael J. Hankard, 


11 


7. 


11 


11 


21.45 


11 


John J. Murray, 


11 


7, 


8 


11 


10.96 


11 


Thomas J. Walsh, 


it 


7. 


4 


11 


7.67 


11 


Charles H. jvlorse, 


11 


y. 


4 


11 


7.67 


11 


Jonn J. Ryan, 


11 


1, 


4 


11 


5.4c> 


Lieut. 


Albert F. Lovell, 


11 


?, 


30 


n 


o2.1o 


.patrol. 


William F. Bagley, 


11 


y, 


10 


11 


13. 6 9 


H 


Howard P. Kemp ton. 


11 


9f 


3 


11 


5.75 


11 


James Colbert, 


11 


10, 


30 


11 


57.53 


11 


Everett E. Chandler, 


11 


11, 


30 


11 


57.53 


11 


William H. Caswell, 


11 


12, 


12 


11 


23.01 


11 


Tnomas M. Keenan, 


11 


12. 


15 


11 


28.77 


11 


John H. Sprat t. 


11 


12, 


7 


11 


13.42 


11 


Jonn J. Darcy, 13, 

Carry over, 


30 

• 


11 


49.31 


$643.68 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 8, l^iy. 



Concluded. 



Half Pay Allowed for Lost Tine - concluded. 



.Brought 
Nicholas Her the 1, 
Joseph 0. Hodgicins, 
John H. McCaoe, 
Frederics W. miller, 
James M. 0' Sullivan, 
Joseph M. Eldridge, 
Asa G. Howland, 
Martin J. Allen, 
Richard Meehan, 
Joseph M. Connor, 
Jonn J. Gorman, 
William J. Sweeney, 
George W. Lacher, 
Darby J. Goode, 
Michael F. Harrington 
Patrick McGuckian, 
John P. McLain, 
Daniel J. Lyncn, 
Inspector James A. Dennessey, 
Sergeant Cnarles F. Bannister, 
Ass't Matron iiary Kenney, 



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



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Interpreters ■ 

Total, 

Attest: 



446,463.50 
618. 19 
506.1* 
215. b2 

53.23 

S47.d5d.73 

480.63 
«48.33y.36 




349 



forward, 


• 


. . 


4 643.6a 


DiM 


'. 13, 


18 


days, 


34.52 


11 


13, 


4 


11 


7.67 


11 


13. 


6 


11 


15.34 


u 


13, 


10 


11 


iv. 17 


it 


13. 


15 


n 


28.77 


11 


14, 


d 


11 


15.34 


11 


14, 


30 


11 


57-53 


11 


15. 


23 


n 


44.0? 


n 


1 f* 


30 


11 


57.53 


11 


16, 


9 


11 


17.55 


11 


16. 


3 


11 


5-75 


11 


16, 


2V 


11 


39.71 


11 


17. 


20 


11 


30.35 


11 


17, 


4 


11 


5.48 




17, 


6 


11 


11.50 


11 


17. 


2 


11 


3.o3 


11 


17. 


2 


ti 


3.^3 


11 


19. 


4 


11 


7.67 


B, 


C. I. 


2 


H 


5.48 


C. 


p., 


3 


11 


7.10 


H. 


Of D. 


25 


11 


34.23 




$1104.20 



550 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COldMISSIOHBR. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, May 9, l^ly, 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The application of Richard F. Sullivan, iy Oregon street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1720 was granted for tne 
year ending June 30, l?iy. 



The application of Thomas L. Cannon for a license #96,321 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 25 Irvington 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, lyiy. 



Tne application of Daniel B. Osgood for a transfer of his 
license #ly,blo to set up and use a Hackney carriage from a garage 
at 2^3 Northampton street to a garage at 120 Worcester street was 
granted. 



The application of Frederick A. K. Mowatt & Company for 
a special stand for tneir Hacxney Carriage License #127,607 to 
locate in front of 2^1 i^assachusetts avenue, nights, was granted. 



Tne application of Edward J. Butler as Thomas Butler & 
Company for a Junk Shop Keeper's License at !?-23 Medford street 
was granted for the year ending April 30, iy20. 



BOSTOiJ, FRIDAY, MAY i, lyly 



contd. 



Tne application of trie i.aval Brigade Band, consisting of 
fifty musicians, by Harry L. Bagiey, 45 Montfort street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Fusilier Veterans 
Association on Monday , May 12, current, at 2.30 p. m. ,was granted. 

Route: From lljjl Washington street to Waltnam, Tremont and 
Clarendon streets, Columbus avenue, Arlington, Beacon, School, 
Washington, Eflm and Hanover streets to the American House. 



551 



Tne applications of tne following named persons to be 
appointed Private Detectives were granted for the year ending 
May y, 1920. 



*Blancnard, 
*iifieroth, 
^oran, 



Harry H. 
Joseph F. 
Thomas F . 
♦reappointed. 



23 concord sq. , 

5 Torrey st., 
25 xiowdoin st. , 



Tne application of John J. King, 
appointed a Private Detective was rejected 



178 Fourth street, to be 



James Rafferty, appointed May 6, current, 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
incumbent on him as a railroad police officer. 



appeared and 
the duties 



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



Crowley, 
Rafferty, 



Patrick J. 50 W. Third St., 

approved by Rufus C. Foisom, Acting Supt. , 

The American Sugar Refining Company, 
James 21 Speedwell st., D. D. , 

approved by J. R. Hammill, Supt., 
Boston & Albany Railroad. 



552 



BOSTON, KKIDAY, MAY y, lyly. 



Contd. 



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



Clements, 
Deutschman, 



Joseph 
Tobe C. 



5 Concord sq. , 
48 hewins st. , D. D. 



Tne applications of tne following named persons for 
licenses to operate Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted until 
March 1, 1^20. 



C514? Devlin, William J, 
C34-026 Reddington, John J. 



107 Calumet st., 

394 Massachusetts av . 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I9I9. 



Division 1. 



1414 
1416 



i,aFauci, Francesco 
Rumasugla, Vincenzo 



in 
11 



front 
n 



of 
11 



337 North st., 
91 Richmond st, 



The application of Mills & Unas for a transfer of their 
Wagon License #B9568 from in front of 7J>3 Shawmut avenue to in front 
of 72 Westminster street was granted. 



rhe application of Patrolman Joseph J. Maguire of Division 
16 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing May 10, 
current, on account of the death of his sister-in-law was granted 
without pay. 



553 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, KAY 9, 1919 • 



Concluded. 



1 'he application of Sotores Fotos for a license for the 
storage and sale of Merchandise at 2255 Dorchester avenue was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



The following named police officers who were granted 
an indefinite leave of absence to enter the United States Army, 
having received honorable discharges, returned to duty at 5*^5 
p. m. , May 9, 1919 J- 

Patrolman Philip S. Corbett of Division 5i granted leave of 
absence August 27, 1917 • 

Patrolman James Downing of Division 6, granted leave of 
absence September 21, 191S. 



Attest 



dJvLo+vcoCto 



Chief Cler 




554 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER 
29 Per/be rt on square. 

Boston, Saturday, Hay 10, 1919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman John H. Falvey of Divi- 
sion 7 having been presented while charges are pending against 
him, it is hereby accepted, to take effect as of Friday, May 9i 
1919, at 5.45 p. m. 



The applicatan of John J. Gunning for an Amusement 
License to have a dancing party in Fitzedrick Eungalow Hall 
located at 155 Capen street, Dorchester, on Saturday evening, 
May 10, 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 3°* 1919 • 

Abraham 5° Munroe st., Roxbury, 

Joseph J. 35° Cambridge St., B. D. 

Carl C. 2£ Chester st., Mattapan 

Russell H. 73 Warwick st. 

Edward V. 17$ Brighton av. 



2123 


Israel son, 


2324 


Lyons, 


2323 


Mathews , 


2123 


Mo rr i s on 


2322 


Magann 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 10, l^ly. 



Contd. 



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



607 yi> Israel son, Abraham 
13C6t>3 Lyons, Joseph J. 
02209A)_ Magann, Prank P. 
0220?B) 
125003 Morrison, Kussell H. 



in a garage at 416 Warren st. , Rox. , 
" " " " 2^5 No. Harvard St., 
' " 17 Clarendon st. , 

" " " " 2^3 Northampton st. 



The application of Domenico DeStefano and William H. 
Brown as D. DeStefano company, Incorporated, for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at b^-03 Damrell street was ^ranted for the year 
ending April 30, 1^20. 



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

Panfara Band, consisting of twenty-four musicians, by Santo 
DiGregorio, 43 Border street, - to parade with the Societa di Mutub 
Soccorso Cittadini Di Pietraperzia, Incorporated, on Sunday, May 11, 
current, from 3 to p p. m. 

Route: i'rora Battery street to Hanover, charter, Salem, Prince 
Uorth, commercial, and Hanover streets to Battery street. 

Salvation Array Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
W. A. Antrim, 48 Myrtle street, - to parade on Sunday, iviay 11, 
current, from '/ to & p. m. 

Route: Prom Pemberton square to Court street to Alden street. 



The Pawnbroker's License and the license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles granted to Jacob Cohen on April 30, current, 
at 16 iiain street were cancelled, by reason of the licensee having 
ceased to be engaged in the business of pawnbroker and dealer in 
second hand articles at that location. 



555 



556 



BOSTON, SATURDAY , kAX 10, lyiy. 



Contd. 



The application of Philip Feldman as the Charlestown Loan 
Company for a Pawnbroker's License at 16 Main street was granted for 
the year ending April 30, 1*20, in place of Jacob Cohen. 



The application of Anthony S. veader, 204 Lexington 
street, to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending April 30, 1^20. 



The application of Grenville N. Lincoln, 50 Garfield 
avenue, Chelsea, approved by Thomas Jj". Smith, Auditor, United States 
Snipping Board, 148 State street, for a license to carry a pistol or 
revolver in tnis commonwealtn was granted for the year ending May 

31. 1*1*. 



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



Officers. 



Crowley, 



Dillon, 

Langmaid, 

Kennedy, 

Kennedy, 

Kenney, 

Mortimer, 

Norcrjss, 

Wentworth, 

Goldstein, 



Gordon, 



Patrick J. 



hobert E. 
Prank W. S 
warren B. 
William J. 
William 
Joseph 
George R. 

isJdwin B. 

wolf 



Employers. 

T/ie American Sugar Refining Co., 
Rufus C. Folsom, Acting Supt., 
47 Granite st. , 
The Edison Electric Illuminating 
Robert E. Dillon, Ass't Supt., 
776 Summer st. , 



Bensman 



Wolf Goldstein, 
Jtisfield Grand Hall, 
17-19 Otisfield st. , 
Jacob Sidman, Owner, 
Mt. howdoin Hall, 

215 Washington st. Dor 



557 



BOSTOiJ, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
officers, 
x-cdassion, Daniel J. 



...itchell, 



jjTank G. 



concluded. 

Employers. 

William Duncan Company, 
Justin A. Duncan, Pres., 
156 Liverpool st. , 
i«loyd Lunch Company, 

W. G. Hersey, Gen'l Mgr., 
675 Atlantic av. 



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



Officers. 



liiitchell, 
Tnonpson, 
Wr i gh t , 



i<rank c. 
»». D. 
Charles 



\ 



Appointed. 

Liay 10, 1919, 
uarch 31, lyiy. 



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

Paneuil Hall sq. , 
Washington st. , 
rrovince st. , 
Cottage st. , 
Blue Hill av. , 
Chelsea st. , 
Harrison av. , 
Southampton St., 
jongress st. , 
Harrison av. , 
Spring st., 



Bootzyuvis, 


Christopher 


22 


Cavatorta, 


Joseph 


26*6 


Cuneo, 


Bartolomeo 


16 


Cusimano, 


Antonio 


61 


Priendson, 


korris 


266 


Giovino, 


jarmino 


149 


Gordon, 


Abram 


330 


Green Bros. 


& Co. 


35-37 


harvey, 


Arthur c. Co. 


J'/4-3?4 


iakres, 


Nicholas 


325 


Haltz, 


Harry 


35 



558 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1^1 V« 



Concluded. 



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



Massua, 
Notinan Photo 
Tapoulias, 
Parad, 



Giuseppe 
Company 

constantinos 
Harry 



88 Chelsea st. , 
3-4 Park st. , 
3^6 Geneva av. , 
10C6 Bennington st, 



The application of Patrolman Patrick F. Grant of Division 
5 for leave of absence from duty for five days, commencing May 10, 
current, on account of the death of his sister at Cambridge was 
granted without pay. 



It is hereby ordered that captains Robert J2. Grant, James 
P. Canney and Jeremiah P. Gallivan, be and they are hereby appointed 
pursuant to section 10 of chapter 2^1 of the Acts of 1^06 to consti- 
tute a trial board in such caec-p ae may be referred to it for 
hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter 
appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
J. Walkins of Division ly against Patrolman Daniel J. Lynch of Divi- 
sion 19 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial board 
consisting of Captains Robert E. Grant, James P. Canney and Jere- 
miah P. Gallivan. The hearing will be held at this office Monday, 
May 12, current, at 2.1^ p. m. 



Attest: 



Cnief Clapiic 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER . 
2'i P ember ton square. 

Boston, Monday, May 12, 1919. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
the Library Bureau for tne sum of vwelve Thousand one Hundred ij'orty- 
nine and 50/^00 (12,149.50) Dollars, being the amount required to 
pay it for services and material furnisned the Listing Board for 
listing male residents and verifying the names of women voters in 
April, 1919. 



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



Fenway Athletic Club by J. L 
in the Allston Dansant located at 
evening, May 27, current. 

Gertrude A. Goodman - to hav 
pal Building located on Broadway 

John J. Gunning - to have a 
Bungalow Hall located at 155 Cape 
17, current. 

Court Marquette, Daughters 
have a dancing party in the Munic 
on Friday evening, June 13, curre 

Violet Club by Edward J. Wei 
Allston Dansant located at 130 Br 
May 2y, current. 



Duntley - to have a dancing party 
13b Brighton avenue on Tuesday 

e a dancing recital in the Munici- 
on Friday evening, May 16, current, 
dancing party in Jj'itzedriclc 
n street on Saturday evening, May 

f Isabella by Helen M. Lally - to 

ipal Building located on Broadway 

nt. 

ch - to have a dancing party in the 

ighton avenue on Thursday evening, 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Joseph P. Kilday et al for a charter as 
the Marshall Club of Roxbury, Massachusetts, for the social and 
political advancement of members; no fixed location. 



559 



560 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919 ■ 



Contd. 



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



Aronson, 

Azlikowitch, 

Baron, 

iter Wine, 

Butkovitz, 

Caplan, 

Davis, 

i'ox, 

Preedman, 

Fruman, 

Garf inkle, 

Gehr, 

Goldberg, 

Goren, 

Goronofsky, 

Kolz, 

Hurney, 

Klayman, 

Laban, 

wialzman, 

w a.rgolias, 

^atthes, 

Michael s on, 

Mike, 

Miller, 

Morrison, 

Qwlick, 

Pasteur, 

Redin, 

Riseman, 

Rozen, 

Rumberg, 

Salsberg, 

Schwalb, 

Shapiro, 

Smith, 

Sorofman, 

Spring, 

Steirnan, 

Stern, 

Timmerman, 

Weinstein, 

-./inter, 

Zeltsbuch, 

Zikcek, 



Harry 

Julius 

hyroan 

Joseph 

Samuel 

Morris 

Hyman 

Morris 

Julius 

Joseph 

Hyman 

harry 

Mike 

Bar net 

Harris 

Isaac 

john 

Bennie 

Joseph 

Samuel 

Menush 

Abraham 

Samuel 

Harry 

Samuel 

Simon 

Jacob 

Abraham 

Jacob 

Philip 

.Nathan 

Abraham 

Isadore 

n.ax 

Samuel 

Jacob 

Barnet 

harry 

Hyman 

Solomon 

Louis 

Hyman 

Benny 

Jacob 

Harry 



57 Salem at. , 
ol Chambers st. , 
12 Parkman et. , 
67 Poplar st. , 
15 Eaton st. , 

8 Auburn st. , 
41 Anderson st. , 
69 Phillips st. , 
94 Poplar st. , 
307 Harvard st. , 

73 Brighton st. , 
6d Allen st. , 

154 Chambers st. , 

14 Ashland st. , 
143 Chambers st. , 

23 Elmhurst st. , 

2 Jay st. , 

8 Lawrence st. , 
102 Leverett st. , 

19 Auburn St., 
248 Chambers st. , 
118 Roxbury st. , 

62 Salem st. , 

29 Revere st. , 

17 Motte st. , 

74 .No. Margin st. , 
55 Bernard et. , 

60 Leverett st. , 
111 Elmo st. , 

11 Cooper st., 
101 Ruggles st., 
39 Emerald st. , 
77 Erie st. , 

3 Dana av . , 

5 Parkman Bt. , 
71 Ho. Margin st. , 
184 Woodrow av. , 

61 Elmo st. , 

15 Spring st. , 
71 Barton st. , 
43 Auburn st. , 

327 Seaver st., 
22 (ienesee st. , 
60 Leverett st. , 
46 Barton st. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 12, 191 9. 



Contd. 



561 



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. 



Kearney , 

Moore, 

Rugg, 



Walter J. 
William C. 
Frederic W. 



51 Landseer st., 
2^9 Savin Hill av. 
11 Abbotsford st. 



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



Gray, 
Ruisseau, 



Bar net 
Frederick W. 



74 Phillips st., 

26 Montrose st., Roxbury, 



The applications 
licenses to deal in Second 
ending April 30, 1920. 



Aronson, 


Abraham 


214 


tsirenbaum, 


Jacob 


70 


Bono, 


Salvatore 


199 


±troadbent, 


joel 


33 


Cahill, 


John 


21 


Crowley, 


Vincent P. &)_, 


as 


Alsterlund, 


Charles W. J 


Co. 


Elliott, 


John A. 


251 


Ellis, 


jrris 


149 


Peigenbaum, 


Abraham 


110 


Pinklestein, 


Morris 


215 


Pisher , 


i-ary T. 


537 


Preedman, 


Philip 


129 


Garber, 


Joseph 


53 


Glodt, 


Myer 


2061 


Goldberg, 


Harry 


23c 


Goldberg, 


Max 


1140 


Goldman, 


Abraham 


1260 


Gross, 


Myer 


263 


Hayward, 


J. Prank 


149 


Healey, 


Edward H. 


219 


Jenitins, 


Thomas E. 


11 


Jiatz, 


Sophie 


12 



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



Broadway, 

Green st., 

i/iarion st . , 

Wal tham St., 

Bromfield St., 

Charles, Henry & Crowley 

Inc. , 8 City Hall av. , 

Albany st. , 

Berkeley st., 

Tremont st. , 

Dover st., 

Columbus av. , 

Dover st. , 

Middlesex st . , 

Washington st. , 

Massachusetts av., 

Tremont st., 

Washington st. , 

Atlantic av . , 

Tremont st.,Room 414, 

Bowdoin st., D. D. , 

Warren av . , 

Bartlett pi. , 



562 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919. 



Gontd. 



Licensee to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - concluded. 

Cross st., 

Dorcnester av . , 

"A" Boylaton st. , 

Cambridge st. , 

Salem st. , 

Y/estland av., 

Cornhill, 

Pemberton sq. , 

Dorchester av. , 

Bromfield st. , 

William Read & Sons Inc 

Y/ashington st. , 

Y/ashington st. , 

Salem st. , 

Bennington st. , 

V/ashington st. , 

Salem st. , 

Y/. Broadway, 

Dudley st., 

Stanton & Glover, 

Tremont st., Room 14V, 

Tremont st. , 

Merrimac st. , 

Solatia M. Taylor Co., 

Bromfield st., 

Hanover st. , 

Border st. 



Kalus, 


Abraham 




63 


Klein, 


Simon B. 




1417 


■Levy, 


Morris 




1020 


Lipkin, 


,.iax 




220 


Maltzman, 


Alter 




94 


Martin, 


Sadie B. 




62 


Myrer, 


J. Isabelle 




67 


Nagel , 


William J. 




26 


Pitnof , 


David R. 




1413 


Rabinovitz, 


Samuel N. 




5 


Read, 


J. B. Pres. 


*y 


as 


Haughton, 


P. D. Treas. 


364 


Rosenthal , 


Herman 




360 


Rosenthal, 


Zelig 




50 


Rutsky, 


Jacob 




151 


Scheiner, 


Nathan 




387 


Schwartz, 


Abram 




5 


Singer, 


Annie 




274-276 


Smi th , 


John C. 




724 


Stanton, 


Edwin M. 




as 

18 


Stoler, 


Harry 




474 


Strauss, 


George 




53 


Taylor, 


Solatia M. 




as 

ij'6 


Weinfeld, 


Morris R. 




3 1 ? 


V/olinsky, 


Henry 




58 



The application of Myer Specter for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 130 Bunker Hill st. , was rejected. 



The following named persons, appointed May 10, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Crowley, 

Goldstein, 

Gordon, 



Patrick 

Wolf 

Hensamin 



J. 



Kenney, 

Mortimer, 

Y/entworth, 



William 
Joseph 
Edwin B. 



563 



BOSTOK, MONDAY, MAY 12, lyly. 



Concluded, 



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



1561 


Kittery, 


Joseph J. 


Conductor, 


i?«7 


liiddleton, 


Charles F. 


11 


1607 


Carpenter, 


Arthur M. 


n 


1599 


Melonson, 


George 


M 


1671 


Babcock, 


John F. 


II 


1651 


Muse , 


Walter L. 


II 


1642 


Maloney, 


Patrick J. 


Motorman, 


1526 


Harris, 


Elwin W. 


n 



The application of Patrolman Thomas F. Lane of Division 2 
for leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing Hay 14, 
current, to attend to private business was granted without pay. 



Patrolman James M. Flynn, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence on January 2C, lylb, to enter the united States 
Uavy, having been placed on inactive duty, returned to duty at 
Station 6 at 5.45 P. M. , May 12, lyiy. 



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 :- 



Carter, 
Rodman, 



Carl B. 
Samuel J, 



67 Milk st. , 
1452 Washington st. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 



%/- 



564 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, May 13, l^iy. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James J. 
Walkins of Division iy against Patrolman Daniel J. Lynch of Division 
19 for violation of Rule 4C of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE. 

Specification: In that the said Daniel J. Lynch failed to 
report for duty at 12.4-5 on the morning of May 2, l^iy, without per- 
mission, and still without permission continued to absent himself 
from duty up to 5.45 P. M., May 4, lyiy. 



It appeared that a hearing wa 
consisting of Captains James P. Canney, 
F. Gallivan.on the twelfth day of May, 
been served on the said Patrolman Lynch 
the complaint. He appeared by himself 
the charge and tne Board found him guil 
The Commissioner approved the finding a 
of the Board ordered that the said patr 
dismissed from the Police Department, t 

12, lyiy, at 5.4-5 p. u. 



s had before a Trial Board, 
Robert E. Grant and Jeremiah 
current, after due notice had 
by giving him a true copy of 
and pleaded not guilty to 
ty as charged in the complaint 
nd with the recommendation 
olma.n Daniel J. Lynch be 
take effect Tursday, May 



The following ordered was approved :- 

The Mayor and City Council ordered that to enable the 
Chief Clerk of the Police Department to make petty cash expenditures 
for witness fees and small items the sum of Two Hundred (200) 
Dollars be allowed, the same to be accounted for by vouchers to be 
filed with the City Auditor from time to time, to be finally account- 
ed for before the close of the financial year, and to be charged to 
the appropriation for Police Department. 



565 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



2328 ±surke, 
2332 Chapman, 
1287 Cohen, 

2326 Davis, 
233C Graham, 
2325 Lee, 

2329 Magee, 
2331 Silverman, 

887 Strachan, 

2327 Volante, 



Edward T. 


100 


Robert 


25 


Max 


25 


wjatthew J. 


9 


Richard J. 


1027 


.frank A. 


21 


John E. 


*3 


Henry A. 


104 


Herbert W. 


906 


Antonio 


24 



Stoughton st., D. D. 
Belvidere st., 
Havelock st., D. D., 
Liberty av., Revere, 
Dorchester av. , 
Mollis st., 
Adams st. , D. D. , 
Nightingale St., 
Harrison av. , 
Mead st. , B. D. 



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



132,549 Silverman, Henry A. 
85,346 Volante, Antonio 



in a garage at 

II tl II II 



250 Woodrow av. , 
2^8 No. Harvard st, 



The application of John F. Fisk for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #65,060 in front of 21 Huntington 
avenue was granted. 



The application of Myer Gallant for a transfer of his 
license #96,780 to set up and use a hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 12 Garden street to a garage at 250 Woodrow avenue was granted. 



566 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1919- 



Contd, 



The application of Phillip Uze, &-2 Spring street, for a 
junk Collector's License was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



Costello, 
Zaff , 



Patrick M. 
Abraham 



27 Von Hillern st. , 
622 Shawmut av . 



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

14 Unity ct. , 
110 Harrishof st. , 
24 London st., E. B. 



Cerasaulo, 


Vincen 


Levine, 


George 


Moretti, 


Pat 



The application of Samuel Krepotnizky for a license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at 1202 Tremont street was rejected 



The application of Philip Feldman for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 83 Main street to 16 
Main street was granted. 



Prank W. S. Langmaid, appointed May 10, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAT 13, 1919 



Concluded 



The following named persons were appointed Special Po- 
lice Officers for the year ending March 31. 1920. 



Officers. 



Chiesson, 
Coady, 



Farmer, 
Pollard, 



Hutchinson, 
Williams, 



Thomas 
Daniel J. 



arry W. L 
illiam J. ] 



Harry 
W 



Thomas W. 



Pred E. 



W in gate, 



G. Fred 



Employers. 

Ocean Steamship Company, 

L. Wildes, Agent, 
Pier 42, Hoosac Tunnel Docks, 
Bunker Hill Monument Association 
J.G.Minot, Treasurer, 
Bunker Hill Monument. 
Captain George P* Carter, U. 
S.^rmy, in and a "bout the prem- 
ises of all Army Base Warehous- 
es, under the Zone Supply Of- 
ficer, Boston. 

Kinney Manufacturing Company, 
Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, 
3529 Washington st., 
V/alton Lunch Company, 

Frank F. Forsythe, Treasure? 
IO83 Y/ashington St., 424 Tremont 
St., 242 Tremont st., 629 Wash- 
ington st., 9 Tremont row, & 
332 Massachusetts ave., 

F. '". Wool worth Company 
H.H.Munson, Manager 
17-22 Tremont row. 



The applications of the fallowing named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3°i 1919* 

Division 2. 
B32361 Goode, William H. in front of 232 State st. 

Division 9* 
B32078 Walsh, Edward J. in front of 1 Hartford ter. 

Division l8. 
B9418 Jordan, Percy 0. in front of 1233 River st. 



567 



Attest 




568 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, May 14, 1919, 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Thomas P. Baggett for an Amusement 
License to have a dancing party in the Allston Lansant located at 
138 Brighton avenue en Thursday evening, Hay 29, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of William Hanrahan for a license 
#015140 to set up and use a Hackney carriage in a garage at 20 
East Concord street was granted for thejyear ending June 3°» 1919* 



The application of Harriet ?. Mayo for a copy of her 
license /fl0012 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 18 Irvington street was granted. 



The application of William C. Hanrahan for special stands 
for his two Hackney Carriage Licenses #01514B ans 01514C on Wash- 
ington street, in front of .the Hotel Olympia was granted. 



The application of Harriet F. Mayo for a copy of her 
special stand for Hackney Carriage License #10012 in front of 138 
Newbury street was granted. 



569 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, lyly. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for Junk 
Shop Keepers' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



*Edinberg, Bernard If. 574- Commercial st., 

Norton, James E. & \_ as M. Norton & Company, 

Barry, Catherine F. J 217 Rutherford av . , 

* granted on condition that said license is not to be 

sold or transferred. 



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



Frankil, 
urenberg, 



Samuel 
Rubin 



as Atlantic Bag Burlap Co., 
112 Beverly st. , 
26 jjjawn st. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 267 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral of the 
late i^aria Tomaso on Wednesday, May 14, current, from 9 "to 11 a. m. 

Route: From 34 Clark street to Hanover, Richmond and North 
streets, North square, Moon, Fleet, Salem, Hanover, Charter, Salem 
and Prince streets to Causeway street. 

Grotto Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by E. J. Beede, 
44 Bromfield street, - to parade with "The Grotto" of Worcester and 
Boston on Wednesday, May 14, current, at 6 p. in., and 10 p. m. 

Route: 6 P. M. - From the Huntington avenue Station to west 
Newton and St. Botolph streets to convention hall. Return about 
10 p. m. - From St. Eotolph street to Irvington street, Huntington 
and St. James avenues to Trinity place to the Trinity pi. Station. 

Charles E. Schofield, Oak street, Dedham - three musicians to 
parade with the Sunday School Children of the Washington Boulevard 
Methodist Episcopal Church, West Roxbury, on Saturday, May 17, cur- 
rent, from 3 to 5 p. m. 

Route: From Edgmere road and Washington Boulevard to Washing- 
ton Heights; countermarch to Rockland, Grove and Birchwood streets 
to Washington street to Edgemere road. 



570 



.BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



Porter, 

Stone, 

Norcross, 

Chiesson, 

Cody, 

Hutchinson, 



Abner T. 
Raymond D. 
George R. 
Thomas 
uaniel J. 
Thomas W. 



\ 



Appointed. 
May 5, 1919, 

" 10, 1919, 

" 13. 1919. 



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



Division 2. 



±J31489 Moore's Motor Service 
by Kenry #. Moore 



\ 



in front of 15 l-ierchants row, 



Division 5« 



£32324 Comeau, Samuel 



H 11 



" 539 Tremont st. 



Division 16. 



£32542 Keddy & Reynolds 



W. Newton st. n.w. cor. Huntington 

av. 



The application of Patrolman Joseph H. Porter of Division 
5 for leave of absence from duty for six days, commencing May 22, 
current, on account of the death of his mother at South Paris, 
uaine, was granted without pay. 



571 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, lyiy. 



Concluded. 



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



Bertelli, 


Angel o 


84 


Commercial St., 


Capadilupo, 


Henry 


102 


Prince st., 


Card, 


William L. 


6d-70 


North st. , 


Cohen, 


Ida 


3 


Wiget st. , 


Dibole, 


Liboro 


184 


Salem st. , 


DiSalvatore, 


(ieni 


457 


"A" Dudley st. , 


jj'ay, 


William &1 


17 


North st., 


Henderson, 


Dan. ) 






Fisher, 


L. C. & Co. 


6l 


Clinton st. , 


Gesona, 


Maria 


46 


Charter st. , 


Hennessey, 


trances R. 


310 


Columbia rd. , 


I»ialvone, 


Angelo 


22 


Thacher st., 


liarrotta, 


Vincenzo 


433 


Hanover st. , 


Rand, 


*'. D. & Co. 




Corinth st. , 


Scozzari, 


Pietro 


2 3f 


Charter st., 


Simes, 


Jacob 


66 


Salem st. , 


Simonds ±sros. 




12 


Mercantile st., 


Theodoropulos, 


Philip 


128 


Salem st. , 


Uccello, 


Paolo 


172 


Salem st. , 


White, 


Nathan I. 


148 


Hanover st. 



The application of the Outlet Clothing Company for a 
license for the storage and sale of merchandise at 1843 Washington 
street was returned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved 
for the reason that a stand at this location would interfere with 
the abutting stores. 



Attest: 




Chief Cl&fa. 



572 



OFF! CD OP THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

±soston, Tnursday, May 15, 1919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Katharine Lee, 
widow of the late Captain Hugh J. Lee of Division 9 deceased May 
2, current, the sum of Fifty-seven and 53/100 (57*53) Dollars, 
being the amount due the said Captain Lee on the pay-roll dated 
May 1, current, as a police officer of the city of Boston. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Eva Douglas, 
sister of the late Inspector Alfred U. Douglas of the Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation deceased April 26, current, the sum of 
Fifty-four and 80/100 (54.80) Dollars, being the amount due the 
said Inspector Douglas as a police officer of the city of Boston. 



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

Eileen G. Colleary - to have a dancing recital in Waverly 
Hall located on River street, Hyde Park, on the afternoon and 
evening of May 24, 1919. 

^rie L. Hopkins - to have a dancing party in Municipal 
Building Hall located on ^roadway on Thursday evening, May 29, 
current. 



573 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1919- 



Contd. 



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



2333 Farrell, 

2334 i'eetham, 
52 heyman, 
92 McGeney, 



James W. 
looses J. 
.b'red 
Nicholas J, 



57 Wensley st. 
54 Langdon st. 
31 Creston st. 
245 Havre st. 



Roxbury, 



The application of Harriet F. Mayo for a transfer of her 
license #10012 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 18 Irvington street to a garage at 175 Ipswich street was 
granted. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Samuel Levi 
on April 30, 1919, at 425 Rutherford avenue was cancelled by reason 
of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the business of junk 
shop keeper at that location. 



The application of Max G. Burg for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 130 Border street was granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920, in place of Samuel Levi. 



574 



BOSTOil, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 19*9 . 



Gontd. 



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



Grotto Band, consisting o 
Bensley, 135 iNewbury street, - 
of Odd bellows on Sunday, May 

Koute: From the corner 
Warren avenue, Columbus avenue 
byterian Church; return via C 
street, Huntington avenue, Wes 
Fellows Hall. 

New Polish Band, consisti 
Ross, 14 Buckley avenue, jamai 
on Sunday, May 18, current, fr 

Route: On Harvard street 



f twenty-five musicians, by William 

to parade with the Independent Order 
lb, current, at 2. p. m. 
f Berkeley and Tremont streets to 
, .Berkeley street to the *irst Pres- 
olumbus avenue, Park square, Boylston, 
t iMewton and Tremont streets to Odd 

nt. of twenty-five musicians, by Lois 
ca Plain, - to have practice parades 
am 2 to 4 p. m. 
from Oakland to Walk Hill street. 



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



Blanchard, 
Veader , 



Harry H. 
Anthony S. 



Reappointed. 
May 9, 1919, 

■ 10, 1919. 



The application of Charles Riter, 85 Bernard street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



The license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth granted to John H. McCarthy, jr., on January 3.0, cur- 
rent, was cancelled for the reason that the said McCarthy is no 
longer in the employ of the American District Telegraph Company. 



■■ 75 



BOSTOH, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919- 



Contd. 



On the application of Chin Sing, Manager, Robert E. 
Lynch was appointed a Special Police officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the King Restaurant located at 630 Washington 
street for the year ending inarch 31, 1^20. 



The application of Pulsifer, Savage & Company for the 
appointment of Vincent Cerasaulo as a Special Police Officer for 
duty in and about the premises bounded by Clinton street, Atlantic 
avenue, Richmond and mercantile streets and Mercantile Market, was 
rejected, for the reason that said. Cerasaulo is not a citizen. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, l^iy* 



1423 

J532659 



Division 5» 



Roggiero, Pietro M. 
Bowley, George s. 



in front of 
11 11 11 



70 Northampton st., 
53V Tremont st. 



The application of Patrolman William A. Donanoe of Divi- 
sion 6 for leave of absence from duty for three da;/s, commencing 
May 16, current, on account of the death of his father-in-law at 
Lawrence, Massachusetts, was granted without pay. 



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



Cazis, 
Di Paolo, 
Dreyfus , 
Etxleson, 
Ha ire, 



Michael 
Antonio 
Jacob & Sons 
Samuel W. 
William J. 



Hyde Park Motor cycle Garage 



47 Province st. 
1^6 Salem st. , 

3b Otis st., 
230 Tremont st., 
21-22 Chatnam st. , 

46 i'reemont av. 



576 



BOSTOII, THURSDAY, MAY 1^, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Appns. for licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise approved 

- concluded. 



Karp, Liax 3^5 

Mongano, Rosalina 10-12 
Norton, Patrick H. 

Papoulias & Anastos 44-46 

Richmond iTuit & Produce Co. 40 

Rounsevell, Philip 103 

Russo, Salvatore 32-34 

Scarlata, Thomas 267 

7/eisberg, Isaac 5 1_ 53 



Blue hill av. , 
Parmenter st., 
Ashland st. , 
Commercial st., 
Richmond St., 
Blackstone st. , 
Washington st., 
Dorchester st. , 
Hanover st. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains James P. Canney, Robert 
E. Grant and James x\ Hickey, be and they are hereby appointed pur- 
suant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 190b to constitute 
a trial board in such cases as may be referred to it for hearing. 
Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter appointed. 



it is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain Jere- 
miah b\ Gallivan of Division 10 against Patrolman William J. 
Gallagher of Division 10 be referred for hearing to the trial board 
consisting of Captains James P. Canney, Robert E. Grant and James 
F. Hicicey. The hearing will be held at this office Monday, May 
19, current, at 2.15 p. m. 



Full pay, amounting to Thirty-eight and 35/100 (3&«35) 
Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late Patrolman John H. 
Hohling of Division 16 deceased April 29, current, for ten days' 
time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately preceding 
his death and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



BOSTOi,, THURSDAY, MAY 15. 1919 • 



Concluded. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Josephine B. 
Bohling, widow of the late Patrolman John H. Bohling of Division 16 
deceased April 29, current, the sura of Thirty-eight and 35/100 
(3b. 35) Dollars, being full pay for ten days' time lost in the one 
hundred and fifty days immediately preceding his death and on 
account of sickness wnich caused his death. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for full pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty by reason of injuries received in the performance of duty, 
were granted:- 



Patrol. 



Adolf F. Butterraan, Div. 9 , 

John J. Cashman, " 9. 

Samuel c. Hutchins, " 9, 

Artnur jj 1 . Shea, " 10, 



7 days, 


$ 26. a? 


4 " 


15.34 


7 " 


26.65 


a 


21.91 



$ 90.95 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending May 15. current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station house Matrons, 

Total, 



«45,389.29 
614.08 

508.19 

181.39 

53.23 

$46,746.18 



Attest: 



sfiSfrcmSj 



Chief CI 



%^ 



577 



578 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, May 16, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



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

By a new ruling of the Civil Service Commission, Section 
1 of General Order No. 50 is hereby amended by striking out the 
word "five" in the fourth line of said section and inserting in 
place thereof the word "three", so that said section shall read as 
follows :- 

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 three 
years or more. 



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

Boston college Club of Roxbury by William H. Harrington - to 
ha.ve a dancing party in the Municipal Building Hall located on 
Broadway on Tuesday evening, May 27, 1919- 

Lazarus Davis Lodge, I. 0. B. A. by Leon Mechanic - to have 
a dancing party and concert in Norfolk Hall located at 328 Wash- 
ington street, Dorchester, on Thursday evening, May 29, current. 



579 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY l6, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



2335 Apicella, 
1152 Miller, 



james 3. 
Phillip 



641 Huntington av., 
96 Harrishof st. 



The application of George W. Brennaclc, 11 Vesta road, 
Dorchester, for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License 
#4p6 was granted. 



The licenses granted to the following named persons to 
set up and use Hackney Carriages were cancelled by reason of the 
licenses having been surrendered:- 

31 

39 

52 

91 
570 
591 

5*9f 

755 

737 

824 

1311 

1497 
1564 
1658 

granted July 1, lyio. 
0223A) 

0223B? Kelley & Gale 
0223D) 

granted July 9, I91B. 



Rittenberg, Layer R. 



in a stable at 11 Grosvenor pi., 



in a garage at 37 Ferdinand st., 



580 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



0223A} 

02233!' Kelley, John V. 

0223D! 

in place of Kelley & Gale. 
133747 Murphy, Francis T. in a garage at 



in a garage at 122 Arlington st., 



32 Hancock st., D.D. 



Tne special stands granted to Kelley & Gale on July 9, 
191d, were cancelled Dy reason of their having oeen surrendered:- 



0223A 
0223B 
0223D 



Hayward pi. in front of the Hotel Hayward, 
n 11 11 11 11 it n 11 

in front of $4- Hayward pi. 



The applicationsjof John V. Kelley for three special stands 
for his Hackney Carriages were granted :- 



0223A 
0223B 
0223D 



Hayward pi. in front of the Hotel Hayward, 
it 11 11 11 11 ii 11 11 

in front of 34 Hayward pi., 
in place of Kelley & Gale. 



The application of Oliver E. Bennett, 30 Villa avenue, 
Winthrop, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



581 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 15, I9I9. 



Contd. 



On the application of Lena D. Finkelstein, Manager , 
Edward C. Butler was appointed a Special Police officer for duty in 
and about the premises of the Fenway Theatre located at 136 Massa- 
chusetts avenue for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of the Eastern Steamship Company by 
C. E. Mitchell, Agent, Gorham H. Everbeck was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of Central Wharf 
located on Atlantic avenue for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of Conrad & Company, Incorporated, by 
T. P. McGrath, Superintendent, Robert E. Sheridan was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of said 
company located at 25-29 Winter street for the year ending March 
31, 1920. 



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



Officers, 



McCassion, 
Lynch, 



Daniel J. 
Robert E. 



Appointed. 

May 10, 1919. 
" 15, 1919. 



The application of Henry B. Buck for a Wagon License 
#1429 to locate in front of 1335 Hyde Park avenue was granted for 
the year ending June 3c, 1919. 



582 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Peter Gebo Jr., ror a Wagon License 
#323836 to locate in front of 214 iiassachusetts avenue was rejected. 



The application of Patrolman John H. Patterson of Division 
1 for leave of absence from duty for ninety days, commencing 
Llay 15, current, to go to Medford to regain his health was granted 
without pay. 



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



Carra & Company 
Gottlieb, Israel 
karchetti, Paul 
Razneek, uax 



360 Washington st., 
374 Harrison av. , 
533 Main st. , 
360 Harrison av. 



Attest; 



QnHHuM 

Chief 




583 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

.Boston, Saturday, May 17, 1919< 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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



2340 Askin, 

1609 Breen, 

2337 De Loid, 
2339 Gottsman, 

19 harson, 

2338 Hellman, 
2336 Montgomery, 



William F. 
Joseph A. 
Alfred K. 
William i, . 
Ryder D. 
Maurice 
Arthur P. 



12 Crowell st. , D. D. , 
590 Third St., 

9 Edwin st. , D. D. , 
768 Morton st. , D. D. , 
5b 5 Broadway, 

89 Blue Hill av. , 
1C2 Winthrop st., Roxbury. 



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



Richards, 
Richards, 



Arthur 
George D, 



18 Sawyer st. , 
799 Tremont st. 



Roxbury, 



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* 



130,677 Brannan, Patrick S. 

132,793 Gottsman, William N. 

1 34,993 harson, Ryder D. 

119,612 Helman, Maurice 

081 OA Montgomery, Arthur P. 

31 Pelosi, Valerio \ 



in a garage at 



stable 



89 heath st. , Rox. , 
745 Morton st. , 
137 I st. , 

85 Blue Hill av. , 
350 Dudley st. , 

76 Water st. , C. D. 



584 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 17,1919. 



Contd. 



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



31,156 Brannan, Patrick S. 

01492A) Cooper, Reginald J. 
01492B; 



from a garage at 1543 Columbus av, 
to " " " 89 Heath st. , Hox. 
from " ■ " 160 Brighton av., 
to " " " 19 Fordharn rd. 



G. Fred Wingate, appointed May 13, 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 granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 

Division 6. 
1430 Murchionna, Frank in front of 8 W. Seventh st. 

Division 14. 
BI8889 Wentworth, Bertram S. in front of 411 Cambridge st. 

Division 18. 
B3253I De Marzio, Alick in front of 2 nelson 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 :- 



Chindolas, James W. 
Gallo, ignazio 

Gordon, Davis 
Saltamacchia, Giuseppe 
Service Garage, 
Talbot Clothing Co. 



1 Bennington st. , 
29 Porter st. , 
55 Spring st. , 

345 Centre st., 
14 Walnut av. , 

395 W. Broadway. 



585 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, KAY 17, 1919- 



Concluded. 



A requisition for tne payment of the Department Bills 
for the month ending May 15, current, was approved as follows:- 



Police Department, 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 
Listing Board, 

Total, 



$15,150.86 

3,653.01 

26.58 

12,821.68 

$31,652.13 



Attest 



(y^tlZa^ 



chief cier 




586 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, May 19, 1919. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Giardini Military Band, consisting 
of fifty musicians, by Keverend vittorio Gregari, 12 .North square, 
for a Collective Musicians' License to accompany the annual May 
Procession of the Sacred Heart church, i\orth square, on Sunday, May 
25, current, at 3 P« m « » was granted. 

Route: Prom North square to North, Richmond, Hanover, Prince, 
Salem, Cooper and Sndicott streets, neany square, commercial, Prince 
Snowhill, Hheafe, salem, inorth Bennet, Hanover, Tileston, Salem, 
Hull, Snow Hill, Charter, Hanover, Battery, Commercial, liorth, Clark, 
Hanover, i<leet and i<orth streets, Lorth square, Garden Court, Fleet 
and Moon streets to North square. 



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



Axelrod, 


Nathan 


14 


Jirie st. , 


Coughlin, 


Michael F. 


76 


Hampden st., 


Driscoll, 


Michael a\ 


222 


Commercial st. , 


jjalton, 


Uharles 


89 


Fays ton st., 


Finn, 


Benjamin 


40 


Holborn st., 


Jacobs, 


.Levi 


10 


Hollander st. , 


Levy, 


Israel 


67 


Reed St., 


Lichter, 


Lipe 


129 


Harrishof st., 


Lupitz, 


Morris 


1203 


Tremont st. , 


Miller, 


Jacob 


13 


Revere st. , 


Powers, 


Nicholas L. 


323 


Border st., 


ReznecK, 


Benjamin 


87 


Reed st., 


Segal, 


Morris 


8 


Lawrence st. , E 


Trauoer, 


Bernard 


108 


Myrtle st. , 


Wolfe, 


morris 


71 


Davison st. , 


Zelbovitz, 


Sam 


16 


Auburn st. 



D. 



587 



BOSTON, kOiMDAY, MAY 19, l^iy. 



Contd. 



The applications 
licenses to deal in Second 
ending April 30, 1920. 



Bloom, 


liax 




331 


(janner , 


Samuel 




lb88 


Cohen, 


Wolf 




2073 


Dar i sh , 


Julius 




922 


Dunkless, 


Isaac 




1407 


Faber, 


Philip 




108i 


Zeldman, 


u a than 




68 


Foley, 


Patrick K. 




3 


Frank, 


Otto M. 




708 


Ginsberg, 


Samuel 




789 


Goldstein, 


Samuel H. 




24 


Harrison, 


Albert 




3o7 


Aronson, 


Louis A. &), 


as 


Rosenbaum, 


Lew 


r 


360 


Karp, 


Abraham N 


1 


308 


Kirkjian, 


Setrak S. 




275 


Lundberg, 


Oscar E. 




397 


Moss, 


Morrie 




499 


McGonigle, 


Cornelius 


E. 


370 


Gutlon, 


Minnie G. 


Adm'x 


&L as 
J2012 


Sisson, 


Joseph M. 




Noyes, 


William H 




as 

ing 


Palitz, 


Ernest J. 




68 


Schaffer, 


hyman F. & Rachel i960 


Schlinsky, 


Charles 




120 


Schlossberg, 


uarney 




15 


Sdorow, 


Isidor 




1248 


Segal, 


Israel 




50 


Segerson, 


Frank & John 


as 








107 


Thaxter, 


Joseph B. 




as 
23 


Titelbaum, 


Julius 




528 


Trust, 


Abraham 




177 


W i 1 1 i ems , 


J . G. 




as 
323 


Wooten, 


John P. 




1020 


Yaffe, 


Lillian 




299 



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



Hanover st. , 

Washington st. , 

Washington st. , 

Harrison av . , 

Treraont st., 

.Northampton st. , 

kain st., 

Hamilton pi . , 

"B" Columbia rd. , 

Massachusetts av., 

Salem st. , 

Washington st. , 

Hub Auto Tire Ex. Inc., 

.Columbus av. , 

Columbus av. , 

"A" Dudley st., 

Washington st. , 

"A" Columbus av. , 

Tremont st. , 

New England Loan Company ^ 

Washington st. , 

The Dorchester Purchas- 

Co., 705 Dudley st. , 

Warren st., Roxbury, 

Washington st., 

St. Botolph st., 

Wayland s t . , 

"A" Hyde Park av. , 



.y~y Af, l-po, flit, YjUf. 



Howard st. , 
Segerson Bros. 
Fair mount av. , 
Thaxter & Bro. , 
Bromf ield st. , 
Dudley st., 
Shawmu t av . , 
Williams' Book 
Washington st. , 
Tremont st. , 
Sumner st. , E. 



Inc. 



fa *«~*.<^ -J, Kjio, f.3.1, XfA.i'l . 



Store Co. 



B. 



588 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Max Pine for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 468 Main street was rejected. 



On the application of Abraham Montague, Owner, tne 
following named persons were appointed Special Police Officers for 
duty in and about the premises of the Day Square Theatre located at 
264 Bennington street, East Boston, for the year ending March 31, 
1920. 

Abraham Montague, 
Joseph 0. Vargus. 



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



Officers. 



Parmer, 
Pollard, 
Butler, 
Everbeck, 



Harry W. ) 
William J. f 
Edward C. L 
Uorham H. ] 



Appointed. 
May 13, 1919, 
" 16, 1919. 



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

Division 2. 

1438 Sacofsky, Henry A. in front of 19 Cooper st. 
1450 Santolino, Giacomo " a stable at 35 Endicott st. 

Division 18. 
B27520 Conley, Joseph J. in front of 18 Wolcott st. 



589 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 19, 1919- 



concluded. 



The application of Alfred Larson for a transfer of his 
Wagon License #B326o8 from in front of 106 Warrenton street to in 
front of 4 Church street was granted. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sum 
of Six Hundred Sixty (66o)Dollars, being the amount required to pay 
the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund for 
the month ending Hay ^1, current, to be charged to the Police Chari- 
table jj'und Income. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending May $1 , current, was approved as follows:- 



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

Total, 



3 1,166.66 

416.66 

13,571-44 

$15,154.76 



Attest: 



Chie 



f CleJQLJ) 



590 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Eoston, Tuesday, May 20, 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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



2341 Cleary, 
2343 Crowley, 

2342 Sullivan, 



Michael J. 
Charles A. 
Patrick F. 



29 McLean st. , 
480 Quincy st., 
20 Cowperthwaite st., 
Cambridge. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 19 1 9- 



570 Callahan, Timothy F. 
131,jl0 Cleary, Michael J. 



in a stable at 
" •• garage " 



249 Rutherford av., 
12 Garden st. 



The application of Louis Freedman for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 64 Washington Street north was granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920. This license is granted under the express 
stipulation that the licensee gives his personal attention to the 
business. The Commanding Officer of the Division in which the 
license is situated has complained that the licensee spent little or 
no time on the licensed premises, and this license is accepted under 
the express stipulation that the licensee shall exercise such super- 
vision over the business as shall be satisfactory to the Commanding 
Officer of the Division. On report by the Commanding Officer that 
these stipulations are not lived up to, the license will be 
promptly revoked. 



01 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919. 



oontd. 



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



British Veterans 
J. S. Von Schoppe, 16 
the British Veterans a 
party on Thursday, May 

Route: From the 
and School streets to 

Selle-Jj'loto Band, 
Morgan, Lenox Hotel, - 
parade on Monday, May 

Route: From the 
chusetts and Columbus 
Charles streets, Boyls 
avenue to the starting 



Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
"A" Grant street, Cambridge, - to parade with 
nd Kilties escorting Colonel Guthrie and 

22, current, from b to 10 p. m. 
j^orth Station to Causeway, Canal, Washington 
the Parker House. 

consisting of fifty musicians, by Fred A. 

to accompany the Sells-Floto Circus street 
26, current, at b.30 a. m. 

show grounds on Huntington avenue to Massa- 
avenues, Eliot, Tremont, Park, Beacon and 
ton street, ^south side) and Huntington 

point. 



The application of James Lake, 8 Rockland street, Roxbury, 
to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year end- 
ing May 20, 1920. 



On the application of the Walton Lunch Company by Frank F. 
Forsythe, Treasurer, Walter F. Burns was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises #242 & 424 Tremont 
street, 629 & IO83 Washington street, 3C Haymarket square, 9 Tremont 
row and 332 Massachusetts avenue for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



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



Offi cers. 



Vargus , 
Sheridan, 



Joseph 
Robert E. 



Appointed. 

May 19, 1919. 
" 16, 1919. 



592 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Division 16. 

±>23b36 uebo, Peter jr. in front of 7 "A" Dundee at. 

Division 17. 

1452 Bader, Joseph in front of 8 Dunbarton rd. 



The application of Patrolman Andrew J. Widdup of Division 
1 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing May 20, 
current, on account of the death of his brother-in-law was granted 
without pay. 



Patrolman James J. Flavin, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence October 3, 1917i to enter the United States Army, 
having received an honorable discharge returned to duty at Station 
9 at 7.45 A. M. , hay 20, I9I9. 



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



Duttoii, Andrew Co. 
Colley & Woods Company 
Devine, Joseph M. 



Di Marcni, 
Parziale, 
Pulcrano, 
Resnick, 



Nora 
(jiuseppe 
Fiorentino 
Joseph 



17-19-21 Phipps at. , 

9-10 No. Market st., 

Water at. cor. Devonshire 

st. , 
469 Dudley rt. , 

9 Charter st., 
419 Hanover st. , 
262 Friend s t. . 



593 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919. 



Concluded, 



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



Stainatopoulos, John G. 
Tomei, Arthur 



1 tfaneuil Hail sq. , 
435 Market st. 



Attest: 




594 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

isoston, Wednesday, May 21, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Jeremiah 
F. Gallivan of Division 10 against Patrolman William J. Gallagher 
of Division 10 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: INTOXICATION. 

Specification; In that on the twelfth day of May, 1919. 
while in uniform and on duty, the said William J. Gallagher was 
intoxicated, being under the influence of liquor. 

It appeared that a hearing was nad before a Trial hoard, 
consisting of Captains|james P. Canney, Robert E. Grant and James F. 
Hickey, on the nineteenth day of May, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Gallagher by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded not 
guilty to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in 
the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recoz.imendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman William 
J. Gallagher be dismissed from the Police Department, to take effect 
Wednesday, i^ay 21, 1919, at 5.45 P. M. 



The application of the new Boston Alleys by C. J. Dore 
for an Amusement License to have two bowling matches in the Kew 
Boston Alleys located at 167 Washington street on May 26, and 27, 
current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



595 



The application of 
License at 327 Dudley street 
December 31, 1919. 



David J. Breen for an Auctioneer's 
was granted for the year ending 



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



2025 
2344 



iiurlone, 
Dooley , 



Domini ck 
james F. 



71 Dover st. , 
31 Kempton st. 



The application of John J. Driscoll for a license #0175 4 ^ 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 255 Northampton 
street was granted for the year ending June 3°. 1919 • 



The application of Henebury & Lavis for copies of three 
licenses #01571A, 01571B and 01571C to set up and use Hackney 
Carriages in a garage at 222 Eliot street was granted. 



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



60,096 Bray, James P. 
104,472 carletti, Robert 



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



36 Warren st. , CD., 
140 Bowdoin st.,D.D. 
440 Commercial st., 

21 Hawkins st. 



596 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MY 21, 1919- 



Contd. 



The special stands for two Hackney Carriage Licenses 
#02bC and 02tiD granted to Henry m. Waldorf on January io, 1919, 
on Washington street in front of the Hotel Langham, were cancelled. 



The application of Henebury & Lavis for special stands 
for their three Hackney Carriage Licenses #01571A, 01571B and 
01571C in front of the Hotel Langham, 1697 Washington street, was 
granted in place of Henry U. Waldorf. 



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

Apollo Fife and Drum Corps, consisting of twenty musicians, by 
Calvin S. Wyer, 4C9 Washington street, Brighton, - to parade with 
the members of Boston Commandery, Knights Templar, who are to 
attend service at Trinity Church, Copley sq., on Sunday, May 25, 
current, at 3«30 p. m. 

Route: From Boylston street to Trinity Church, Copley square, 
and return to the Masonic Temple. 

St. Augustine's Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by 
Henry Lyons, 9 E street, - to accompany the annual May procession 
of St. Augustine's Church, South Boston, on Sunday, May 25. current 
at 2.30 p. m. 

Route: From St. Augustine's School on E street to Fourth and 
Dorchester streets to St. Augustine's Church. 

Trente Trieste Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
William H. Hearn, 4 Lamson street, East Boston, - to parade with the 
New Italian Tripoli Society, to have an anniversary celebration 
on Sunday, June 1, current, at 2.30 p. m. 

Route: From Maverick square to Sumner, Orleans, Webster, 
Lamson, Sumner, Cottage, Lubec, Frankfort, Maverick, Chelsea, Gove, 
and ueridian streets to Maverick square. 

Peter p. porter, Elk's Club, Somerset street, - to parade with 
an auto truck with one musician and two vocalists in connection with 
the Salvation Army Drive on weeks days from May 22, current, to May 
26, current, from y a. m. to 11 p. m. 

Route: Several points throughout the City. 

L. Russell Wright, 20i St. James street, Roxbury, - two musi- 
cians to play at open air bible meetings to be held by the Old 
Shawmut Mission, 65 V/arrenton street, at several points throughout 
the City on Friday and Saturday evenings from May 23, to October 
25, current, from 8 to 10 p. m. 



597 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MX 21, 1919 



Gontd. 



James Laice, reappointed May 20, current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



The application of John A. Thorpe, 11 Edgerton road, 
Arlington, for a license #Cl6,207 to operate a Sight-Seeing Auto- 
mobile was granted until karch 1, 1920. 



The applications of The Royal Blue Line Company, Inc., 
by \V. J. Smith, President, for two licenses #135,010 and 135,011 
to set up and use Sight-Seeing Automobiles in a garage at 2 "A" 
St. Botolph street were granted until karch 1, 1^20. 



The applications of the Royal Blue Line Company, Inc., 
by W. J. Smith, President, for locations for its Sight-Seeing 
Augomobiles were granted, from 8.30 a. m. to 5-3° P* m » » daily. 



135,010 

135.011 

These de 
passengers re 
other stands 
to other sigh 
and that pass 
thereto unles 



in front of Young Women's Christian Association Build- 
ing, 40 Berkeley street, 
Dartmouth st. , n.e. cor. Huntington avenue, opposite 

Public Library, in front of grass plot, 
signations are granted on the express condition that 
ceived at these stands shall not be transferred at 
held by the above named or others or at other places 
t-seeing automobiles, except in case of emergency; 
engers received at these stands shall be returned 
s they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



598 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1*1*. 



Concluded. 



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

Division 3« 
1^72 Alesandro, jjrank in a stable at 21 Lancaster st. 

Division 6. 
1487 Powers, Thomas in a stable at 8 W. Seventh 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 
apj roved :- 



Ceichino, 
Hurney , 
Walfish, 



Camillo 
Domenick J. 
Mark 



167 Bennington st. , 

1 i'aneuil hall karket, 
123* Tremont st. 



Attest 



Chief CllQk^) 



599 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, May 22, l^iy. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman William R. Leary of Division 
16 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Thursday, May 22, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Helen M. Whartor. for an Amusement 
License to have a dancing party in the Fitzedrick Bungalow located 
at 155 Capen street on Friday evening, May 23, current, was forward- 
ed to Hi 8 Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



2345 Griffin, 

2346 Leavy, 



John H. 
Herman 



4C Monument av . 
34 Colonial av. 



600 



.BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1^1 y. 



Gontd. 



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

131,717 Leavy, Herman in a garage at 4 New England av . , 

Oli^bA) Mulrennin & Palmer ■ " " " 1348 Blue Hill av., 

0193&Bf 

96,306 Shepherd, William A. " " " " 36 Y/arren st. , G. D. 



The special stand for Hackney Carriage License #80,370 
granted to iuichael S. Donovan on March 4, lyiy, in front of 172 
Summer street, back of the subway exit, was cancelled. 



The application of Frank D. Coyle for a special stand for 
his Hackney carriage License /;-y6,4C0 in front of 172 Summer street, 
back of the subway exit, was granted in place of Michael S. Donovan. 



On information filed by Lieutenant Micnael G. Bresnehan, 
Inspector of carriages, that Clarence E. Thweatt, a licensed hackney 
carriage driver, was in court on May 20, current, for the larceny 
of Three and 6c/l00 (3.8O) Dollars, from Amos P. Jones, a passenger 
in his car on April 5, i^ly. the HacJsney Carriage Driver's License 
7 )1265 granted to tne said Clarence E. Thweatt, 50 Batavia street, on 
January y, current, was revoked. 



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



for 



jilxs 1 Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Peter P. 
Porter, EIks* Club, - to accompany the members of the Boston Lodge 
of Elks, to parade in connection with tne Salvation Army Drive, on 
Saturday, May 24, current, at ti p. m. 

Route: Principal streets throughout the city. 



601 



BOSTON, THURSDAi, MAY 22, l*ly. 



Gontd. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Everett City .sand, consisting of fifty musicians, by Frank 
Seiberlich, 11 Roanoke avenue, - to parade with the Odd Fellows 
of Boston on Sunday, June 1, current, at 2.30 p. m. 

Route: Form at Blue Rill avenue and v/alk Kill street thence 
via «;alk Hill street to Mt. Hope Cemetery. 

Lithuanian Band, consisting of twenty-two musicians, by Philip 
F. Marshall, J4y Shawmut avenue, - to parade with the Knights of 
Pythias on Sunday, May 25, current, at 1 p. m. 

Rouue: From 1040 Tremont street to Cunard street, Columbus 
avenue, Camden, Tremont, Hammond, Westminster, and Hubert streets, 
Shawmut avenue to Churchjon Madison and Shawmut avenue; return via 
Shawmut avenue to Camden, Tremont, Hammond, Warwick, Windsor and 
Cunard streets to Tremont street. 



The application of Hector Palladino, 18 Ashley street, to 
be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year ending 
May 22, 1*20. 



The application of i^atteo Vocino, 67 Webster street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



On the application of J. C. Heyer, Vice President, 
Cornelius J. Lee was appointed a special Police officer for duty in 
and about the premises of the Federal Trust Company located at the 
corner of Devonshire and Water streets for the year ending March 
3i. 1*20. 



602 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, I919. 



Contd. 



Walter P. Burns, appointed May 2C, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Lee A. Davis for a Wagon License 
#B28,6l2 to locate in front of 8 Camden street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, lyiy. 



The application of .bishop and Winn for a transfer of 
their Wagon License #3296 from in front of 716 M A" Shawmut avenue 
to in front of 56 Sterling street was granted. 



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

Patrolman George H. Greer of Division 7. three days, commencing 
May 22, current, on account of the death of his sister-in-law. 

Patrolman Michael J. Hartnett of Division 1C, three days, 
commencing Lay 22, current, on account of the death of his son. 



The application of Patrolman John Lane of Division 5 to 
be reimbursed in the sum of nine and 2/100 19.02) Dollars, being 
the cost of cloth for new trousers to replace a pair which were 
destroyed while pursuing boys who were playing at dice on May lb, 
current, on Ryan street, was granted. 



603 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. MAY 22, 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 :- 



Sachnin, 
bchaletzky, 



bamuel 
Jake 



2^7 Blue Hill av . , 
344 Atlantic av. 



The following communication was received from his Honor 
the kayor:- 

CITY OF BOSTON- 
OFFICE OF TriE MAYOR. 



kay 22, 1919. 

Mr. Edwin U. Curtis, 
Police Commissioner, 
Pemberton Sq., xsoston, Mass. 

Dear Sir:- 

I desire to inform you that 1 am arranging for an in- 
crease of ^200 in the new budget for all classes of privates in the 
Police Department, this increase to be effective in all cases on 
May 30, l?iy. 

The following schedule shows the increases of the various 
classes, the first column showing the present salary of each class 
and the second column showing the salary for that class on kay $0, 
1919: 

Salary kay ^C. 1^19 . 



ftlCOO 


$1200 


1100 


1300 


1200 


1400 


1300 


1500 


14C0 


1600 



Sergeants will receive an increase of $50 effective Inlay 
30, 1919, thus increasing their salaries from $1750 to tflttOO per 
annum. 



604 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 191 y. 



Concluded. 



Communication from His Honor the Mayor - concluded. 

Por privates who join the force on and after May 30, 
1^19, there will be six grades. New men will enter the force at a 
salary of $1100 and will receive a yearly advance of $100 on their 
anniversary dates until the new maximum of #l6Q0 has been reached. 

Will you kindly indicate your concurrence in this wage 
scale in order that action may be taken on it by the City Council 
without delay? 

very truly yours, 

ANDREW J. PETERS 
Mayor . 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for full pay for the time herein specified on account of absence 
from duty by reason of injuries received in the performance of duty, 
were granted: 



Patrol. 
11 



Adolf F. Butterman, 
Samuel C. Hutchins, 
Anthony P. Shea, 
John h. Sullivan, 



Div. 


9, 


7 days, 


26.85 


n 


9. 


7 " 


26.85 


11 


10, 


7 


19.17 


ti 


12, 


9 " 


3^.52 



♦107.39 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending May 22, current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 
Attest: 



$45,528.37 

618.19 

508.19 

181.39 

53.23 

#46, 889. If 



Chief ciei^r-^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
2? Pemberton square. 

boston, Friday, May 23, lyiy. 



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

Tne records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



605 



The executive session of the Police Department heretofore 
held at the office of the Police Commissioner , 29 Pemberton square, 
on Saturdays is hereby discontinued, except as ordered by the Com- 
missioner from time to time. 



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

Lieutenant Perley S. Shillings of Division 16 is hereby 
promoted to the grade of Captain and assigned to Division '-}, to take 
effect Saturday, May 24, I9I9, at 7.45 A. M. 



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

Sergeant James H. Egan of the .bureau of Criminal Investi- 
gation is hereby promoted to the grade of Inspector, to take effect 
Saturday, May 24, 1919, at 7.45 A. M. 



606 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1^1 9. 



Contd. 



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

It is ordered that where punishment duty was imposed on members 
of the Police Department who entered the Military, Naval or Marine 
service of the United States prior to such entry and who have or 
shall nave re-entered the service of this Department, and where such 
duty remains in whole or in part unperformed, that such punishment 
duty be and hereby is abated. 



The following communication was transmitted to His Honor 
the Mayor :- 

CITY OF BOSTON 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Commissioner 
May 23, 1919 . 

Hon. Andrew J. Peters, 
Mayor of the city of Boston, 
City Hall, Boston, Mass., 

Dear Sir: 

ay virtue of the provisions of Chap. 291 of the Acts of 
the year 1906, I hereby concur with you in establishing the pay of 
tne members of the police force according to the following schedule: 

1. All classes of privates in the police department to re- 
ceive an increase in pay of $200, the increase to take effect on 
May 30, I9I9. 

2. All sergeants in the department to receive an increase in 
pay of $50, to take effect May 30, 1919. 

3. All sergeants in the department hereafter and subsequent 
to May 30, 1919. to receive $1800 per annum. 

4. For privates in the department joining the force on and 
after May 30, 1919, a salary of $1100 per annum to advance to the 
maximum salary of $lo00 at the rate of $100 per year becoming 
effective on their anniversary days. 

5. All privates in the department who receive their increase 
of $200 on May 30, 1919, which increase does not bring them to the 
maximum salary of $1600, to advance to the maximum salary of $1600 
at the rate of $100 per year becoming effective on their anniversary 
days . 

Respectfully, 

EDWIN U. CURTIS 



Tr~k _ -1 J 



J -. ._ — . 



607 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919- 



Contd. 



The following communication was transmitted to the 
Assistant City Clerk :- 



CITY OF BOSTON 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 



Office of the Commissioner 
Boston, Friday, May 23, 1919- 



It was 



ORDERED: That the pay of [the Police Matrons be and 
hereby is established as follows to take effect May 30, 1919. 

HOUSE OF DETENTION. 

Chief Matron 1500 per annum 

Assistant Chief Matron 13OO " " 
3 " Matrons, each, 1100 " " 



STATION HOUSE MATRONS. 



Station 6-12 



II 


7 


II 


9 


II 


10 


II 


11-19 


II 


13 


II 


15 



620 


11 


11 


250 

620 
620 


11 
11 


n 

n 
11 


350 
350 
520 


11 
11 
11 


11 
11 

n 


THOMAS 


RYAN 




Chief 


Clerk. 



The applications of tne f-llow Lng named persons for 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved:- 

J. J. Fay, J. A. McGrail and J. J. McKillop Jr., - to have 
a dancing party in the Allston Dansant located at 13& Brighton 
avenue on Monday evening, May 26, 1919 • 

Margaret L. Lahey - to have a May party in Waverly Hall, lo- 
cated on River street, Hyde Park, on Monday evening, May 26, 1919 • 



608 



B03T0", FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919- 



(Jontd, 



The application of Roman J. Vasil for an Auctioneer's 
License at $67 East Second street was rejected. 



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



2349 Killilea 

2347 Mulmat, 

2348 Palmer, 



Thomas P. 301 Beacon St., Somerville, 
Max 10/ V/aumbecic st. 

harry A. 770 Morton st. 



The application of Thomas Shlosky for a license 
#134855 to set U P and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 119 
Portland st. was granted for the year ending June 3°. 1919 • 



The application of ^enebury & Lavis for a transfer of 
his three licenses //01571A, 01571E and 01571C to set up and use 
Hackney Carriages from a garage at 222 Eliot street to a garage 
at 120 Worcester street was granted. 



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

City Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by William J. 
Piatt, - to parade with the members of the Sons of St. George 
Society on Sunday, June 1, current, from 2.30 to 4 p. m. 

Route: Prom 446 T'remont street to Broadway, Park square, 
Charles, Beacon and Dartmoutn streets to Trinity Church. 



609 



BOSTOr , FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919. 



Jontd. 



Collective Musicians' Licensee Granted - concluded. 

General Diaz band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Generoso Rossi, 353 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral 
procession of the late Pasquale Lazza on Sunday, May 25, current, 
at I.30 p. m. 

Route: Frmm 180 Paris street to maverick, Cottage, Frankfort 
Meridian and Sumner streets to the North Perry to Battery street 
to Hanover street. 

D'Avino's Eand, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Nicola Bruno on Sunday May 25, current at 2 p. m. 

Route: From 165 Salem street to Prince and Hanover streets 
North square, North and Richmond streets to Hanover street. 

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Americo Fernandez on Friday May 23, current at 10 
a. m. 

Route: From 3 4 Clark street to North, Battery, Hanover, 
Richmond and North streets, North square, North and Prince streets 
to Keany square. 



Thomas F. Mo ran appointed May 9» current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfull and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a orivate detective. 



On the application of the United Fruit Company by J. E. 
Riley, General Manager, the following named persons were appointed 
Special Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of the 
Revere Sugar Refinery located at the corner of Richard and Medford 
streets, Charlestown, for the year ending March $1, 1920. 



Edward '.'!, Brooks 
Eartol A. Cook 
Edward J. DeBruyn 
James H. Dunsworth 
Thomas F. Holden 

Harland .7. T.owe 



610 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1919- 



Concluded 



The application of Patrolman Michael J. Hankard of 
Division 7 for leave of absence from duty for one day commencing 
May 24, current, to attend a funeral was granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman George L. Sharkey of 
Division 16 to be reimbursed in the sum of Three and 73/100 (3.73) 
Dollars, being the cost of a new blue helmet to replace one broken 
while attending revolver practice in the South Armory on April 
16, current, was granted. 



Attest 



.qZk^cm^*W 



Chief CI 



&T 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

.boston, Saturday, kay 24, lyiy. 



611 



There was no executive session held this day by order 
of the Commissioner. 



612 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSI ONER. 
29 Pernberton square. 

boston, Monday, May 26, iyi^. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The resignation of James W. Fitzgerald, employed as a 
messenger and clerk in the Chief Cleric's Office, having been 
presented, it was accepted to take effect this day. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the posi- 
tion of stenographer with pay at the rate of Twelve Hundred (1200) 
Dollars per annum. 



The bond of captain Perley S; Skill ings with the Massa- 
chusetts .bonding and Insurance Company as surety was approved by 
the Commissioner and ordered to be filed with the City Auditor. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Katherine A. 
Driscoll, widow of the late Patrolman Daniel J. Driscoll of Division 
2 deceased February 16, lylb, the sura of Three and #3/100 (3. #3) 
Dollars, being the amount due the said Patrolman Driscoll on the 
pay-roll dated February 21, 1^18. 



613 



BOSTON, MONDAY, LAY 26, l^ly. 



Contd. 



The applications of the 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded 



following named persons for 

to His Honor the Mayor approved 



John J. Gunning - to have a dancing party in Fitzedrick 

.bungalow located at 155 Capen street, Dorchester, on Saturday 
evening, May 24, 1^19« 

John J. Gunning - to have a dancing party in Fitzedrick 

Bungalow located at 155 Capen street, Dorchester, on Saturday 
evening, kay 3 1 . 19!9« 



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



for 
year ending 



2350 Fields, 
11^2 Langone, 
1527 Stone, 



Dennis G. 
John 
Frederick T. 



28 Holyoke st. , 
114 Mountain av . , Revere, 
41 Moreland st. , Roxbury, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hactcney Carriages were granted for tne 
year ending June 30, 19 1 9- 



125,460 Fields, Dennis 0. 
13<3. 959 Keeble Joseph R. 
13d,6lO Stone, Frederick T. 



in a garage at 
n 11 11 11 



293 Northampton st., 
293 " " 
l6b Warren st. , Rox. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
junk Collectors' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 3°i 
1920. 

95 Ruggles st. , 
16 Thorndike st. , 
43 W. Third st. , 
22 Johnston rd. , 
249 Shawmut av., 

2 Savage ct. , E. B. , 
48 Hampden st. , 



Benov, 


Samuel 


Greenberg, 


Sam 


Klayman, 


Myer 


.Nimerovsky, 


tfoolf 


Schwartz, 


Barney 


SSteinberg, 


Jake 


Tashlitsk % y, 


harry 



614 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 26, lyi?. 



Gontd. 



Junk Collectors' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Wine, 

ZeliKowitz, 



Solomon 
Simon 



235 Saratoga st. , 
12 Auburn st. 



The application of the Giardini .band, consisting of 
twenty-five musicians, by Fr. Anthony Sousa, 14 North Bennet 
street, for a Collective Musicians' License to accompany the May 
procession of St. Leonard's Church, Prince street, on Sunday, June 
1, current, at 2 p. m. , was granted. 

Route; From Prince street to Salem, Charter, Hanover, Fleet 
and North streets, North square, Prince, Hanover, Parmenter, Salem, 
Cooper, Endicott and Thacher streets to Prince street. 



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



Bowers, 
Dreayer , 

olick, 
Glynn, 
Halpin, 
Kirlcwood, 

Krepotnizky, 
Lev i ne , 
Hosenf ield, 
Swartz, 



James F. 
Benjamin & 

Samuel 
J. D. 
Thomas J . 
William 

Fannie 
Israel 
Israel L. 
Samuel 



1^77 Columbus av. , 
Samuel as Dreayer Bros., 
121 Hanover St., 
i?C0 Dudley st. , 
23W Huntington av , 
7 Fairview av. , 
as Kirkwood Bros, 
23 Elm st. , 
1202 Tremont st. , 
44 Howard st. , 
304 Columbus av . , 
250 Shawmut av. 



Inc. 



The application of Jacob Glick for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 374 Tremont street was rejected. 



615 



.B0ST01J, MONDAY, IvIAY 26, 1^19, 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



Ahern, 

Albee, 

.Barry, 

Bly, 

Boston, 

Casey, 

Connolly, 

Connor, 

Connors, 

Devlin, 

Donahoe, 

Dowling, 

Elder, 

Flaherty, 

Flaherty, 

Ford, 

Galletly, 

Henderson, 

Johnson, 

Kavanagh, 

itnapp, 

iiaguire, 

Meehan, 

...ellynn, 

Miles, 

Mo ran, 

Murray, 

McAuliffe, 

McDonald, 

McLaughlin, 

iiovak, 

O'Brien, 

O'Connell , 

O'Meara, 

Patch, 

Peacock, 

Rafferty, 

Rasmus sen, 

Searle, 

Shea, 

Tucker, 

Sullivan, 

Austin, 



Morris 

Charles R. 
William H. 
Edgar J. 
Joseph F. 
Jeremiah F. 
Thomas 
Michael J. 
Edward F. 
Charles F. 
Timothy J. 
Daniel Jj". 
Robert W. 
.Bartholomew 
Michael 
John D. 
John R. 
William H. 
George A. 
John 
ueorge 
Thomas P. 
Joseph D. 
John J. 
William P. 
Jarne s 
John J. 
i'rank if. 
Donald A. 
Patrick j . 
K'rank c. 
John F. 
Thomas F. 
Eugene E. 
Amos G. 
Alfred T. 
James J . 
Ross E. 
Walter C. 
John J. 
John H. J. 
William 
Arthur E. 



Employers. 

United States Quartermaster Corps 

ueor&e P. Carter, Captain, 
for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of all warehouses under the 
jurisdiction of the Zone Supply 
Officer, Boston, 



616 



B0ST02T, M01IDAY, LIAY 26, 19ly. 



Gontd. 



Special police officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



Pallis, 



Wheeler, 



Thomas 



Charles E. 



.boston national League Baseball Co. 
Walter E. Hapgood, Business Mgr. 
craves field, Gaffney st. <fc 
Commonwealth av., 
Avery Hotel Company, 
14. Morse, Treasurer, 
cor. of Washington and 

Avery streets. 



Cornelius J. Lee, appointed Aiay 22, current, appeared May 
24, current, and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The following named persons, appointed May 23, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



crooks, 
Cook, 

DeBruyn, 



Edward W. 

.barton A. 
Edward J . 



Dunsworth, 

Holden, 

Lowe, 



james H. 
Thomas F. 
harland J 



The application of Morris Ruts^y for a Wagon License 
#1^04 to locate in front of 231 Chelsea street, East .boston, was 
granted for the year ending June 30, 1^1^. 



617 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 26, l<jli. 



Contd. 



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



Patrolman Herbert L. Wingate of Divi 
addition to his regular vacation, commenc 
visit his folks in Vermont and Canada. 

Patrolman Frederick J. Thorn of Divi 
mencing May 26, current, on account of th 

Patrolman Charles M. Tighe of Divisi 
ing May 24, current, oriaccount of the dea 

Captain Michael J. lioff of Division 
^ay 24, current, on account of the death 

Sergeant Orrington Waugh of Division 
May 27, current, on account of the death 
at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. 



sion 4, three days, in 
ing May 30, current, to 

sion ^, three days, com- 
e death of his wife, 
on ^, three days, commenc- 
th of his brother-in-law. 
15, two days, commencing 
of his brother-in-law. 

17, five days, commencing 
of a relative of his wife 



The application of patrolman John J. Manning of Division 2 
for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars from 
M. F. McFague, Special Agent of the American Railway Express Company 
for the arrest of five men for the larceny of property valued at 
$15,000, from said company, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Charles H. Morse of Division 
9 to be reimbursed in the sum of Seven and 76/IOO (7 .76) Dollars, 
being tne cost of cloth for new trousers to replace a pair destroyed 
while quelling a riot in Humboldt avenue on jiay 1, current, was 
granted. 



613 



BOSTON, MONDAY, MAY 26, lyi y. 



Concluded. 



The applications or 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:- 



Cacciola, 

Cacciola, 

Linichiello, 

Giovino, 

Schulte, 



Anthony . 
Thomas 
Carmine 
Giuseppe 
D. A. Inc. 



125 Staniford st. , 
54 So. Margin st. 

263 Cambridge st., 
50 Maverick sq., 
2 Pemberton sq. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COliMISSlOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, May 27, lyi^y . 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



619 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, 19IV. 



2352 Gallagher, 
2351 O'Brien, 



Patrice F. 
William H. 



50 Linden Park at. , 
132 "A" Vernal st. Everett, 



The application of Fred F. Brown for a transfer of his 
license #32,511 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 21 Hawkins street to a garage at lly Portland street was granted, 



The application of Harry Jacobs and Israel shriberg for 
a Junk Shop Keeper's License at 418 Dorchester avenue was rejected. 



620 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, Utt 27, 191 9. 



Contd. 



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

Salein Cadet and Coast Artillery Bands, consisting of sixty- 
five musicians, Toy William H. Oakes, ^0 Monument square, - to parade 
with the Ancient and Honorable Artillery company of Massachusetts on 
Monday, June 2, current, at 1 p. m. 

Route: .From South Market street to Commercial, State, Wash- 
ington, School, Tre::iont and Beacon streets to the State House; 
to Beacon, Tremont and Boylston streets to the Old South Church; 
to Boylston, Arlington and Beacon streets to the Common; to 
Beacon, Charles and Boylston streets to Copley square to the Copley 
Plaza Hotel. 

Sorocka Band, consisting of seventy musicians, "by Joseph 
Bearak, 20 Pemberton square, - to parade with the Conference of 
Jewish Organizations on Wednesday, May 28, current, at 1 p. m. 

Route: From Park square to Boylston, Washington, School, 
Tremont, 3eacon, Charles and Boylston streets to Huntington avenue 
to Mechanics Building. 

Sells-Flcto Band, consisting of seventy-five musicians, by 
F. H. Gentry, Circus Grounds, - to accompany the Sells-Floto Circus 
parade on Wednesday, May 23, current, at 9«30 a « m. 

Route: From the Show Grounds on Huntington avenue to Massa- 
chusetts and Columbus avenue3, Eliot, Tremont, Park, Beacon and 
Charles streets, Boylston street (south side) and Huntington 
avenue to the starting point. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 31,1920. 



Officers 



Barclay, 

Belanger , 

Brennan , 

Burns , 

Burns , 

Cadogan, 

Caffrey, 

Carpenter, 

Connor, 

Creedon, 

Curren, 

Cutting, 

Dolan, 



Alexander 
Napoleon 
Thoma3 E. 
Edward T. 
Lawrence E, 
John D. 
Charles F. 
Jeremiah 
Walter T. 
Jeremiah E 
Patrick J. 
Henry M. 
Thomas F . 



Employers . 

United States Quartermaster Corps, 

Captain Gecrge F. Carter, 
all warehouses under the super- 
vision of the Zcr.s Supply Officer, 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 19 19 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



6±x 



Donovan, 

Dooley, 

Finley, 

Fitzgerald, 

Gordon, 

Graff am, 

Grant , 

Guiney, 

Hersey, 

Holmes, 

Johnson, 

Lazarus, 

Leahy, 

Linton, 

Mackey, 

McGonigle, 

Mc Isaac, 

Monaghan , 

0» Grady, 

O'Meara, 

Parsons, 

Plunkett, 

Power, 

qualters, 

Reardon, 

Scharff , 

Sheehan, 

Silverman, 

Simmons, 

Toland, 

White, 

Dolan, 



Pay, 

Fay, 

Jo'hnson, 

Kennedy, 
Lyons, 
Mc Grail, 
IT i land, 
Hardy, 



John 
Thomas 
John A. 
Thomas F. 
John W. 
Herbert H. 
John B. 
William 
George W. 
Austin H. 
Carl H. 
William S. 
James E. 
William E. 
James P. 
Daniel 
Alex 

Thomas P. 
John S. 
James H. 
Albert J. i 
Thomas W. 
Patrick G. 
Richard J. 
George J. 
George P. 
John P. 
Carl 

William E. 
John I . 
Fred H. 
John 



John J. 
Michael J. 
Martin 
William J. 
Jame s A . 
Thomas 
John 
Louis B. 



United States Quartermaster 

Corps, Captain George P. 
Carter, all warehouses under 
supervision of the Zone Supply 
Officer. 



Boston & Albany Railroad, 

J. A. Stiglich, Agent, 
freight sheds and yards at 
corner of Kneeland and Albany 

sts. , 
Metropolitan Water & Sewerage Board, 

William N. Davenport, Secretary, 
Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Pumping 
Stations and adjacent lands, 



Alden Peterson, Manager, 
St. James Theatre, 
239 Huntington av. 



622 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1919, 



Contd. 



The application of the Hudson Athletic Club by Edward G. 
Gesien, President, for the appointment of George K. Jodan as a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #108 "A" 
Tyler street was rejected. 



The application of the Engel-Cone Shoe Company by Erwin W. 
Cone for the appointment of Filippo Silvano as a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Engel-Cone Shoe 
Company located at Orleans street corner of Porter street was 
rejected. 



John Dolan, appointed this day, 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 granted for the year ending June 3°i 1919* 



Division 1. 



1527 Raia, Ignazio 
153 4 Savione, James 



in a stable at 337 North St., 
n 11 11 h ooy « 11 



1517 Rausch, Louisa 



Division 17 . 

in front of 



257 Cornell st 



623 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, liAY 27, 1919 . 



Concluded 



The application of Patrolman Perry W. Eaton of Division 
12 for leave of absence from duty for two days, commencing May 31i 
current, to attend to private business, was granted without pay. 



Attest: 



Cnief Cle 



feK" 



624 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE CQMMISSI02JER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, May 28, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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



2354- Green, 
2353 Hobson, 
663 Yourell, 



Thomas P. 
Thomas 
Richard F, 



29 Garfield av., H. P., 
46 Myrtle st. , 
72 Harriet st. 



The application of Frank H. Wotton for a license #133,723 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 11 Munson 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919« 



The application of Alexander Bannwart for a transfer of 
his license #96,484 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 338 iJewbury street to a garage at 12 Har court street was 
granted. 



The application of Abraham Rosen for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 92 West Fourth street was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

George A. McCormack, Medford, - one musician to play an organ 
in an auto truck for the purpose of announcing the sale of house 
lots in Maiden any week day, commencing May 28, current, and ending 
October 27, current, from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets of Charlestown, East Boston, South 
Boston, Dorchester, Roxbury, Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury, Brighton 
and the South and North Ends. 

William H. Oakes, 50 Monument square, - the drum corps of the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company to play the "Reveille" on 
Monday, June 2, current, from 5«3° a » m « to 7 a« m « 

Route: From Faneuil Hall to Cornhill, Franklin avenue, Court 
square, School and Beacon streets to the State House; thence Boston 
Common to the Flag Staff; thence to the corner of Boylston and 
Tremont streets to Scollay square, Hanover, Elm and Brattle streets 
and Adams square to Faneuil Hall. 



On the application of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, William A. Port was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of Howe's 
Wharf and the boats owned or operated by said company in Boston 
Harbor for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of James F. Powers, Owner, William C. 
Sweeney was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of Congress Hall Theatre located at 220 Broadway for 
the year ending March 31, 1920. 



635 



626 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3c, 1919. 



Division 2. 

in front of 232 State st. 

Division 4. 

in front of 197 Broadway, 

Division 9. 

1555 Hurley, Prank C. in front of 361 Warren st. 



1508 Raraer, Morris 
1548 Atkins, David 



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

Patrolraan Dana J. Walton of Division 4, three days, commencing 
May 29, current, to take his father who is ill to Waterboro, Maine. 

Patrolman William J. Trainor of Division 5. from June 16, to 
September 8, current, to regain his health. 

Patrolman William Scott of Division 14, three days, commencing 
May 28, current, on account of the death of his brother. 

Patrolman James A. Burns of Division 16, three days, commencing 
May 28, current, on account of the death of his brother-in-law. 



The application of Lieutenant Francis J. Mulligan of 
Division 16 for permission for the officers of Division 16 to make 
voluntary contributions to purchase a gift for Captain Perley 3. 
Skillings of Division 9 as a token of the esteem in which he is held 
by the officers of Division 16, was granted. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 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:- 



627 



Bartlett. 

Bennet, 

Butterella, 

Doyle, 

Green, 

Morton, 

Stebbins, 



Alden S. 
Charles 
Salvatore 
David F. 
Ida L. 
R. E. Co. 
N. E. Inc, 



32 Hanover st. , 
132 Camden St., 
122 Havre st., 
287 Adams st. , 
24-g- Faneuil Hall sq. , 

2 Commercial st. , 
132 Boylston st. 



Full pay, amounting to Three Hundred Thirty-nine and 
67/IOO (339.67) Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late 
Inspector Alfred N. Douglas of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation 
deceased April 26, current, for sixty- two days' time lost in the one 
hundred and fifty days immediately preceding his death and on account 
of sickness which caused his death. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Eva Douglas, 
sister of the late Inspector Alfred N. Douglas of the Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation deceased April 26, current, the sum of Three 
Hundred Thirty-nine and 67/100 (339.67) Dollars, being full pay for 
sixty- two days' time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immedi- 
ately preceding his death and on account of sickness which caused 
his death. 



Full pay, amounting to Eight and 22/100 (8.22) Dollars, was 
allowed to the account of the late Captain Hugh J. Lee of Division 9 
deceased May 2, current, for one day's time lost in the one hundred 
and fifty days immediately preceding his death and on account of 
sickness which caused his death. 



628 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Katharine Lee, 
widow of the late Captain Hugh J. Lee of Division 9 deceased May 2, 
current, the sum of Eight and 22/100 (8.22) Dollars, being full pay 
for one day's time lost in the one hundred and fifty days immedi- 
ately preceding his death and on account of sickness which caused 
his death. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for full pay for the time herein specified on account of injuries 
received in the performance of duty, were granted :- 



Patrol 



11 
11 
11 
11 



Adolf F. Butterman, 
Samuel C. Hutchins, 
Arthur F. Shea, 
John H. Sullivan, 
Thomas Thornton, 



Div. 


9. 


6 days, 


$ 23.02 


n 


9. 


6 ■ 


23.02 


11 


10, 


7 " 


19.17 


11 


12. 


7 " 


26.85 


11 


5. 


12 " 


34.51 



"|5i26-.-*7 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending May 29, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Policemen serving in the U. S. Army 

or Navy, 

Total, 



$45,960.84 

618.19 
501.21 

181.39 
53.23 
$47,314.85" 

3 95.06 

$47,709.92 



Attest; 



Chief Cle{|!cri> 



629 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOSEK. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, May 29, 1919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



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

May 



, 






I 

All feergear 

|j>0, to take effect Ma? 
All sergeants 1& 

~© tli: .xuau 

apartment 
La;- oer a~ 

#10 

n the Department who rece 

oee 
ie maxiou 
salary of |l6'., 

.?alvsrsaxy &s# 




A contract was made with the New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to install in the premises #29 Pemberton square, 
office of Police Commissioner Edwin U. Curtis, a telephone station 
connected with its Haymarket Exchange with the right of 90 calls a 
month at the rate of $4.50 per month with a discount of 33-1/3 per 
cent. 



630 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



The pay of the following named employees of this Depart- 
ment was increased as stated commencing May 30, 1919:- 



Charles T. Irwin, 
Maurice F. Murphy, 
Joseph J. Sarjeant, 

Frank E. Collins, 
Marcia 0. Milliken, 
Elizabeth V. Pierce, 

Joseph Cardinals, 
William H. Young, 
Bernard Woods, 
John Lydon, 
John Flynn, 
Joseph Ernst, 
Francis E. Kennedy, 
John C. McMillan, 
Thomas B. Lafayette, 
John H. Hartigan, 
James F. Pierce, 
Charles E. Arris, 
James Dal ton, 
William J. Kerrigan, 
John J. Elbery, 
Timothy Connolly, 
Merritt A. Coates, 
Neil J. Doherty, 
Mary E. Taten, 
Bridget Hyder, 
Jane A. Sheridan, 
Annie Collins, 
Susan L. Finn, 
Nora A. Hurley, 
Mary C. Nyman, 
Mary J. Cadigan, 
Sarah E. Homer, 
Elizabeth Nash, 
Bridget Caufield, 
Josephine Griffin, 
Annie E. Doherty, 
Alicia E. Jones, 
Julia A. Birmingham, 

William Currie, 
George B. Blinn, 









Per 




Per 








Annum 




Annum 


Stenographer, 


from 


#1700 


to 


$1800. 


Clerk 




it 


1300 


11 


1400. 


« 




ii 


900 


11 


1200. 


Tel. Operator, 


n 


1200 


M 


1300. 


M 


it 


ii 


900 


It 


1000. 


II 


n 


H 


900 


II 


1000. 


Janitor, 




N 


939 


II 


1100. 


H 




It 


939 


It 


1100. 


N 




It 


939 


II 


1100. 


M 




N 


939 


M 


1100. 


N 




H 


939 


N 


1100. 


It 




H 


939 


It 


1100. 


II 




It 


939 


II 


1100. 


II 




H 


939 


II 


1100. 


M 




■ 


939 


•1 


1100. 


II 




It 


939 


It 


1100. 


M 




ii 


939 


II 


1100. 


If 




H 


939 


II 


1100. 


n 




H 


939 


II 


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B 




It 


939 


It 


1100. 


ii 




It 


939 


II 


1100. 


ii 




It 


939 


II 


1100. 


n 




n 


939 


It 


1100. 


H 




it 


939 


tt 


1100. 


Jani tress, 


•i 


730 


II 


850. 


ii 




N 


730 


II 


85c. 


N 




It 


730 


•I 


850. 


II 




tl 


730 


•1 


850. 


N 




N 


730 


II 


850. 


II 




tt 


730 


II 


850. 


II 




It 


730 


II 


850. 


II 




It 


730 


II 


850. 


n 




It 


730 


II 


850. 


n 




n 


730 


It 


850. 


H 




it 


730 


It 


850. 


n 




■ 


730 


It 


850. 


w 




H 


522 


It 


600. 


H 




It 


469 


N 


550. 


N 




H 


365 


II 


400. 


Ass't Chf. 


Eng'r, 


II 


1500 


tl 


1600. 


ii ii 


H 


H 


1400 


II 


1500. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Employees' pay increased - contd. 



Daniel A. Barron, 
William Donahue, 
John E. Duffy, 
Dennis J. Egan, 
Johan P. Mattson, 
Walter M. Miller, 
Nathaniel Nevins, 

Joseph A. Hoey, 
Charles C. Carter, 

John Barry, 

William F. Hedrington, 
Daniel McWilliams, 
James J. Newton, 
John J. Lehan 
Thomas B. Green, 
Walter J. Hickey, 
Timothy O'Reilly, 
George A. Laws, 

Walter Capron, 
Timothy A. J. Hayes, 
James F. Aylward, 
George W. Goodwin, 
Dudley W. Hook, 
Louis F. Neuert, 
Walter R. Sweet, 
George N. Embree, 
Ernest W. Outhet, 
Duncan McDonald, 
John D. Cody, 
Jeremiah Mackey, 
Michael Murphy, 
John A. McLean, 
William M. O'Brien, 
Alexander Brown, 
John H. Burke, 
John O'Dannell, 



Fireman-Engineer 
it n 



Van Driver, 
•i it 



Ho 8 tier, 
•i 

H 

H 

H 

N 
N 
M 
II 

Machinist, 
ii 

Foreman, 

Signalman, 
n 

H 
H 
H 
II 

Lineman, 
ii 

•i 

ii 

ii 



Stable Foreman, 
Painter & Groundman, 
Driver, 



631 





Per 




Per 




Annum. 




Annum 


from 


$1300 


to 


#1400 


it 


1300 


11 


1400 


H 


1300 


H 


1400 


tt 


1300 


It 


1400 


H 


1300 


II 


1400 


M 


1300 


It 


1400 


N 


1200 


•1 


1300 


II 


1200 


II 


1300 


M 


1200 


It 


1300 


It 


1050 


II 


1200 


n 


939 


II 


1100 


ii 


939 


II 


1100 


•• 


939 


n 


1100 


M 


939 


•• 


1100 


ii 


939 


li 


1100 


ii 


939 


•1 


1100 


it 


939 


11 


1100 


N 


469. 


5c " 


550 


H 


1500 


11 


1600 


It 


1450 


•• 


1550 


H 


1450 


it 


1550 


H 


1450 


N 


1550 


II 


1450 


M 


1550 


H 


145c 


It 


1550 


It 


1450 


II 


1550 


N 


1450 


It 


1550 


II 


1450 


It 


1550 


H 


1400 


II 


150© 


II 


1300 


II 


1400 


it 


1300 


It 


1400 


n 


1300 


H 


1400 


it 


1300 


II 


1400 


H 


1300 


It 


1400 


It 


1250 


•1 


1350 


II 


1200 


II 


1350 


II 


1000 


It 


1100 



632 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Employees' pay increased - concluded. 



House 
Amelia B. White, 
Ida E. Hall, 
Genevieve Barretta, 
Mary Kenney, 
Mary E. Smith, 



Elizabeth A. Kirby, 
Jane A. Sheridan, 
Bridget M. Keenan, 
Catherine Reagan, 
Lizzie C. Hurley, 
Mary J. Cadigan, 
Catherine Donovan, 



Contd. 









Per 




Per 








Annum 




Annum 


of Detention 










Chief 


Matron, 


from 


$1400 


to 


$1500 


Ass't " 


H 


H 


1200 


II 


1300 




H 


II 


1000 


It 


1100 




n 


II 


1000 


•1 


1100 




it 


11 


1000 


II 


1100 


ation House 














it 


II 


520 


II 


620 




ii 


II 


200 


II 


250 




H 


II 


520 


II 


620 




ii 


•I 


520 


•1 


620 




n 


II 


300 


II 


350 




ii 


•1 


416 


II 


520 




•1 


II 


300 


n 


350. 



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



2355 Broderick, 
675 Garf inkle, 

2356 Kelley, 



William , 
Reuben 
Edgar L. 



102 Norway st. , 

1 Bower pk., Roxbury, 
IO38 Canterbury st. 



The application of Frank H. Wotton for a license #133,722 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 11 Munson street 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 19!9« 



The application of Fred H. Webster, 337 Warren street, 
Roxbury, to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending May 29, 1920. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919 • 



Contd. 



On the application of J. H. Brennan, Manager, Thomas P. 
Crosby was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of Loew's New Columbia Theatre located at 978 Washing- 
ton street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



6 53 



On the application of Captain George P. Carter, United 
States Army, the following named persons were appointed Special 
Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of all warehouses 
under the jurisdiction of the Zone Supply Officer for Boston for the 
year ending March $1, 1920. 

William H. Curtin, 
Charles H. Doolin, 
Andrew J. Kearns, 
Joseph G. Maguire, 
Michael Verderico. 



The application of Harold J. Hathaway, 269 Ruggles street, 
for a license #010328 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was 
granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Martin J. Rush of Division 10 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (?0) Dollars for the 
arrest of Howard Pratt, a deserter from the United States Army, was 
granted. 



634 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919, 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persona for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



Acker t, 

Adams , 

Aitken, 

Alberti, 

Alexander, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Amadon, 

Anderson, 

Armstrong, 

Bachelder, 

Backwell, 

Baker, 

Barker, 

Barnard, 

Barrett, 

Barrett, 

Beaulieu, 

Beebe, 

Berkowitz, 

Bernier, 

Berry, 

Berry, 

Bertwell, 

Biggi, 

Billings, 

Blankinship, 

Blodgett, 

Bonney, 

Borden, 

Bos worth, 

Boyden, 

Bradley, 

Breslin, 

Brock, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Bruce, 

Bruce, 
Bryant, 



Alson 
George H. 
John S. 
Victor J. 
Clifford G. 
Clarence W. 
Elmer M. 
Howard J. 
Charles W. E. 
Arthur L. 
Guy S. 
Albert H. 
Clarence P. 
Robert S. 
Alexander G. 
Ernest G. 
George H. 
Edward J. 
Walter L. 
Jacob 
Raoul C. 

Elmer L. 
Herbert I. 
Charles L. 
James 
George H. 
Howard S. 
Jonas H. 
Percy W. 
Charles 0. 
Frederick I. 
Ralph A. 
James 
James A. 
George H. 
Addison C. 
Harry 
David W. 

Hollis E. 
Robert H. 
approved by 
American 



Greenwood 
Somerville, 



41 Spring St., Stoneham, 
53 Hancock st. , 
74 Whidden av., Whitman, 
53 E. Springfield St., 

Upland rd., Brighton, 

7 Blake st., Concord, N.H. , 
27 Pier st., Bangor, Me., 
^7 Mechanic St., Keene,N.H., 
25 Milton av., Dorchester, 
15 Grant av., Quincy, 

211 Grant av., Medford, 
43 Franklin st. , 

23 Deering rd., 
93 Greenwood av. 
31 Marshall st., 
47 "A" Rich st., Waltham, 
71 Fayerweather st., Camb. , 

104 Moreland st, , 

139 Adams st., Waltham, 

331 Harrison av. , 

63 Providence st.. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
121 Sharon st. , W. Medford, 

31 Forest av., Medford, 
143 Chestnut st., Wilmington, 

77 Cohasset st., Roslindale, 

76 Myrtle st., 

43 Franklin st. , 

11 Foskett st., Som. , 

43 Franklin st. 

1 Bedford st., 
31 Leyland st., Roxbury, 
15 Sachem st., Lynn, 

24 Willow ct., D. D., 
5 Kensington av., Som., 

22 Magazine st., Cambridge, 
107 Waterston av., Wollaston, 
11 Simpson av., W. Som., 

8 "A" Wheeler av., So. 

Medford, 

1 Prospect st. .Baldwinville 
104 Hemenway st., 
C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Express Company, 



New Bedford, 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Buck, 
Buckley, 
Bugbee, 
Bunce, 
Bur chard, 
Bur well, 
Butler, 
Butler, 

Campbell, 

Campbell, 

Carlisle, 

Carpenter, 

Carroll, 

Car ter , 
Cash, 
Chace , 
Chapman , 

Chase , 

Chase, 

Chase, 

Clark, 

Coady, 

Coffey, 

Coggans, 

Cole, 

Collier, 

Collins, 

Colpas, 

Comeau, 

Condell, 

Conley, 

Connors, 

Copeland, 

Corbin, 

Crawford, 

Crippen, 

Croain, 

Crosby, 



Roland H. 
John T. 
Solon D. 
Frank J. 
Edgar R. 
William A. 
Albert E. 
Wright B. 

Walter A. 
William S. 
Harry 0. 
Frank K. 
Edward J. 

Edwin T. 
Charles H. 
Arthur H. 
Clarence W. 

Frank A. 

George A. 
Roger P. 
Lemuel H. 
John J. 
Norman H. 
John F. 

Albert J. 
George W. 
Fred J. 
George D. 
Wilfred W. Jr. 

Edward H. 
Lincoln 
Edward 
Frank C. 
Harry E. 
James A. 
Norman D. 
Patrick J. 
Roland D. 

approved by C. W 
American Rai 



635 



64 Florida st. , 
260 South St., Bridgewater, 

13 Bidge rd. , Concord, N.H. , 
43 Franklin st., 

43 Franklin st. , 

30 Clarendon av. No. Camb. , 

43 Franklin st. , 

71 Charlotte av., Buffalo, 

New York, 

43 Franklin st. , 

28 Thicket st., So. Weymouth 
193 W. Canton st. , 

20 Madison st., Somerville, 
211 Washington st., East 

Fairhaven, 
779 Morton st. , 

70 Adams st., Q,uincy, 

43 Franklin st. , 

14 Buchanan St., Albany, 

New York, 
19 Fremont st., Concord, 

New Hampshire, 
43 Franklin st. , 
511 Lebanon st., Melrose, 
43 Franklin st. , 
38 Guild st., Medford, 

72 Bonair st., Somerville, 
269 Broad st., Providence, 

Rhode Island, 
43 Franklin st. , 
103 Green st., Fitchburg, 
6 Washington st., Everett, 
12 Park rd. , Winchester, 
49 Camden av., Providence, 
Rhode Island, 
124 Fellsway West, Medford, 
11 Deane st., Portland, Me. 
17 Union St., No. Adams, 
34 Berkmans st., Worcester, 
91 Salem St., Woburn, 
43 Franklin st. , 
30 Mattoon St., Springfield 
157 Leverett st. , 

4 Beacon st. , Concord, 

New Hampshire 
. Robie, General Manager, 
lway Express Company, 



636 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Cross, 

Crossett, 

Cryan, 

Cutting, 

Dalton, 

Dal ton, 

Daly, 

Dalzell, 

Darch, 

Davis, 

Dean , 

Dearborn, 

Dearborn, 

DeMeritt, 

Dennerly, 

Denton, 

Descheres, 

Desmond, 

Dodd, 

Doody, 

Dorsey, 

Dow, 

Downer, 

Downing, 

Ead, 

Earley, 

Eaton, 

Eldridge, 

Ellis, 

Ellsworth, 

Evans, 

Everbeck, 

Fahey, 

Pall, 

Fitts, 

Fitzgerald, 

Fitzgerald, 

Forbes, 

Fraser, 

Freernan, 

French, 

Gaynor , 

Gerry, 



John F. 
Homer P. 
Arthur C. 
Ashley P. 
Francis H. 

Richard T. 
Daniel W. 
John L. 
Obed F. 
.Wank L. 
Charles E. 
Charles H. 
George A. 
Wilbert E. 
Walter 
Cyrus G. 
Arthur E. 
Joseph C. 
Russell C. 
Edward P. 
John T. 
George A. 
Walter N. 
Francis K. 
John J. 
William M. 
Justin S. 
Allen M. 
Charles S. 
Walter F. 
Edward H. 
Charles p. 
Leroy G. 
George G. 
William R. 
Robert C. 
Thomas J. 
Peter A. 
Frederick E. 
Charles F. 
George A. 
Patrick J. 
Edgar A. 

approved by C. W. 
American Railway 



6 Gould ct. , Worcester, 
47 Earl st., Springfield, 
4-3 Franklin st. , 

12 Bird st., D. D. , 
Dana st. , W. Lebanon, 

New Hampshire, 

157 Walden st., Cambridge, 
97 H st., 
76 Harris st., Beachmont, 

145 isyrtle av., Fitchburg, 

191 Portland st., 
43 Franklin st. , 
43 Porter st. , Melrose, 
28 Windsor rd. , Somerville, 
84 Highland st., Brockton, 
43 Franklin st. , 

142 Washington st., Lynn, 
74 Turner st., Brighton, 
66 Richfield st., D. D. , 
43 Franklin st., 
69 Keyes st. , J. P. , 
17 Waters av., Everett, 
43 Franklin st. , 
92 Farrington st., Wollaston 
15 Mather st., D. D. , 
21 Fulton st., Medford, 
43 Franklin st. , 

13 W. Newton St., 
43 Franklin st. , 

125 Florence st. , Ros., 

8 Holborn st., Roxbury, 
43 Franklin st. , 

39 Ditson st. , D. D. , 

39 Stilson av., Northampton 

43 Franklin st. , 

19 Chapin st., Southbridge, 
307 Highland av., Somerville 

23 Cortes st. , 

89 Fayette st., Watertown, 
233 Willow av., Somerville, 

9 Center st. , Provincetown 
81 Nightingale st., 

17 Shields st., Mansfield, 
12 Bellevue st., Lowell, 
Robie, General Manager, 
Express Company, 



637 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Gilbert, 

Gilchrist, 

Gillis, 

Giroux, 

Given, 

Goodale, 

Goodridge, 

Gorton, 

Gould, 

Graham, 

Graham, 

Graham, 

Grazado, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Griffin, 

Griridley, 

Guinan, 

Gunn, 

Hadlock, 
Hall, 
Haney , 

Hanham, 

Hanley, 

Hanley, 

Hanley, 

Hark ins, 

Harriman, 

Hatch, 

Hayes, 

Healy, 

Hearn, 

Heckman, 

Henderson, 

Herrig, 

Hersey, 

Heywood, 

Hickman, 

Hills, 

Higgins, 

Higgins, 

Hinckley, 



Thomas H. Jr. 
George D. 
Edward P. 
Howard A. 
George 
Harry P. 
Charles E. 
James L. 
Clinton D. 
Samuel H. 
James A. 
William G. 
James 
Harry 
Herbert L. 
Mark J. 
Simon P. 
James J. 
William L. 
Edward 

George H. 
Earle R. 
William M. 

William C. 
James H. 
Michael J. 
Thomas P. 
Prancis L. 
Wallace S. 
Edward W. 
Ariel D. L. 
John P. 
Hubert F. 
John M. 
John W. 
George V. 

Charles E. 
George N. 
Charles J. 
Ralph S. 
Edwin C. 
Walter M. 
Harry 0. 
approved by C. 
American Rai 



7 Winthrop pi., Revere, 

43 Pranklin st., 

43 Pranklin st. , 

80 Russell st., C. D. , 
300 Park St., Dorchester, 

33 Nelson st., Bangor, Me. 

43 Franklin st. , 

43 Franklin st., 

27 Carrael St., Chelsea, 
106 Belgrade av. , Roslindale, 

43 Franklin st. , 

43 Franklin st. , 

12 Reeds ct., Roxbury, 
243 Woodrow av., D. D. , 

48 Appleton st. , 

3 "A" Grove Park, 
43 Franklin et. , 

2261 Centre st., W. R., 
53 Warren st., Roxbury, 
Farman av., W. Lebanon, 
New Hampshire, 

4 Howard pi. , D. D. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

139 Pearl st., Providence, 

Rhode Island, 

26 Cortes st., 
3 Lawrence st., C. D. , 

5 W. Brookline st. , 
11 Delle av., Roxbury, 

40 Pritchard av., ¥/. Som. , 
112 Glenwood rd., Som., 
347 Waverley st., Belmont, 

9 Orkney st., Portland, Me. 

41 Woodward st. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

459 Massachusetts av., 
25 Lexington av., W. Som., 
88 Powder House Boulevard, 

W. Somerville, 
43 Pranklin st. , 

27 Francis st. , Quincy, 

763 Kempton st., New Bedford 

43 Franklin st. , 
190 Portland st. , 

2 Elm St., Albany, N. Y. , 
16 Cedar st., Wakefield, 
W. Robie, General Manager, 
lway Express Company, 



Ei 



638 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Hinckley, 

Holbrook, 

Holden, 

Holmes, 

Hopkins, 

Howard, 

Irwin, 

Isner, 

Johnson, 

Jones, 

Jones, 

Jordan, 

Judge, 

Karston, 

Keeler, 

Keeney, 

Kelley, 

Kelley, 

Kelliher, 

Kennedy, 

Kennedy, 

Kersey, 

Kirschten, 

Kiley, 

Knowles, 

Lane, 

Lane, 

Langone, 

Larkin, 

Lawler, 

Lawrence, 

Levin, 

Lewis, 

Libby, 

Liberman, 

Lind, 

Liscomb, 

Luther, 

MacCallum, 

Magee, 

Maguire, 

Mahoney, 
Mar chant, 
Harden, 



J. Carlton 

Fred M. 
John P. 
Lewis P. 
Charles F. 
Carlton P. 

Charles H. 

Henry A. 
Charles P. 
Warren J. 
William B. 
Joseph J. 
Thomas J. 
Edwin F. 
Charles A. 
Charles M. 
James P. 
Michael J. 
Thomas F. 
Harry M. 
Thomas A. 
John £. 
Frederick W. 
William H. 

Benjamin W. 
Fred H. 
Ralph E. 
John R. 
Edward H. 
Francis E. 
Seymour L. 
Albert 
John J. 
Horatio A. J. 
Morris 
Thomas H. 
William P. 
William M. 
Chester V. 
Frank J. 
Joseph H. 

Daniel H. 
Alexander J. 
Edward C. 
approved by C. 



67 Brookings st., Medford 

Hillside, 
43 Goldsmith St., J. P., 

222 Elm St., Bangor, Me., 
90 Western av., Camb. , 
19 Wave Way av., Winthrop 

127 Commonwealth av.. Con- 
cord Junction, 
75 Westminster av., 

Arlington, 
3 Maple st., Concord Jet., 
92 Lexington av., Som. , 
43 Franklin st., 
14 Prospect st., Newport, Vt 
28 Hayes st., Framingham, 
22 Kemp ton st., Roxbury, 
41 Winslow st., Everett, 
16 Eunice av., Worcester, 
12 Union ct. , New London, Ct 
28 Hollis st., 
18 Mindora st., 
43 Franklin st. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

212 "A" Somerville av., Som. 

8 Temple st., Mattapan, 

9 Erickson st., Belmont, 
338 Thurbers av., Providence 

Rhode Island, 
660 No. Main st., Mansfield, 

53 Coburn st., Lynn, 
9 Walnut st., 

8 Bridge ct. , 
209 Grant av., Medford, 
245 Emerson St., S. Boston, 
27 Folsom st. , D. D. , 

54 Village st., 

22 Sewell St., Som., 
302 Main st., Melrose, 

5 Parkman st. , 

57 Cutler st., Winthrop, 
95 Pearl st., Somerville, 
51 Read st., Winthrop, 

6 Circuit st., Roxbury, 
18 Mystic st. , C. D. , 

43 York ter., Melrose High- 
lands, 
Central st. W. Stoughton, 
48 Dimick st., Somerville. 
3 Buoy st.. Concord, N. H. 
W. Robie, General Manager, 



Amorlpor Tlalliiiov IfTinrooB Pnnmn nv 



639 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licensee Granted - contd. 



Marshman, 

Masterson, 

Mathews, 

McCaffrey, 

McCarthy, 

McCauley, 

McCoy, 

McCoy, 
McDermott, 
McDonald, 
McFague , 
McLaughlin, 

McLaughlin, 

Michaud, 

Micklay, 

Mi liner, 

Millen, 

Miller, 

Monahan, 

Moore, 

Mo ran, 

Morey, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

Morrison, 

Morrison, 

Mosher, 

Murphy, 

Murphy , 

Newell, 

Newton, 

Nickerson, 

Nickeraon, 

Nolan, 

Norcross, 

O'Brien, 

Q'Donnell, 

Ohlund , 

O'Loughlin, 

Olsson, 

O'Neill, 

O'Rourke, 



William H. 
George W. 
George H. 
Noble F. 
William L. 
Daniel 
Alexander 

Harold J. 
Henry M. 
Joseph 
Maurice F. 
Miles J. Jr. 

William J. 
Henry 
Fred 

Arthur W. 
James A. 
Charles S. 
Charles J. 
Charles L. 
George A. 
Albert F. 
Charles E. 
George L. 
Harry R. 
Samuel 
Charles H. 

Daniel J. 
John H. 
Irving A. 
William 
Frank M. C. 
Thomas F. 
John 

Horace D. 
William T. 
Charles H. 
William E. 
Dennis J. 
John J. 
Joseph L. 

John E. 
approved by C 
American Ra 



406 No. Maine st., Brewer, Me, 
22 Follen st., 

22 Forest av., Everett, 
58 Francis st., Roxbury, 

Tchapitoulas st., H. P., 
29 Olive av., Maiden, 
33 McNaughton av., 

Rensselaer, N. Y. , 

23 Chestnut st., 

43 Franklin st., 

44 Highland st. , Brockton, 
108 Vassall st., Wollaston, 
820 Lafayette st., Bridge- 
port, Conn., 

82 Pierce st. , 

19 Lyon st. , D. D. , 

5 Peters st. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

4C4 Amory st., J. P., 

43 Franklin st., 
714 Broadway, Everett, 

43 Franklin st. , 
184 Main st., Medford, 
57 Bowen av. , Medford, 
15 Wentworth st. , D. D. , 
43 Franklin st. , 
27 Deering rd., Mattapan, 
110 Bond st., Springfield, 
7 Blackstone st. , Bangor, 

Maine, 
10 Whitfield st. , D. D. , 
172 Waverley st., Belmont, 
11C Main st., Longmeadow, 
Delano rd. , Marion, 
1 North st., Woods Hole, 
628 Union st., Bangor, Me., 

3 Kenton rd. , J. P. , 
612 Spaulding sq. , 
33 Walker st., W. Som. , 
lo E. Brookline st., 

6 Claflin rd. , Brookline, 
47 Porter rd. , Cambridge, 
10 Flint st. , Salem, 
12 Haskell st., Prides 

Crossing, 
132 Wood st., Providence, 
. W. Robie, General Manager, 
ilway Express Company, 



640 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Parker , 

Parker, 

Parkhurst, 

Partridge, 

Paul, 

Payne , 

Peirce, 

Perkins, 

Peterson, 

Peterson, 

Phelps, 

Phillips, 

Pierce, 

Pierce, 

Pierce, 

Pi chard, 

Potter, 

Reeder, 

Ridgway, 

Riley, 

Roberts, 

Roberts, 

Robertson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Roche, 

Rockwood, 

Russell, 

Ryan, 

Saunders, 

Sands, 

Sargent, 

Sargent, 

Sargent, 

Savery, 

Sawyer , 

Schell, 

Scholes, 

Seavey, 

Shattuck, 

Shea, 

Shillady, 

Silvs, 

Smith, 

Smith, 



George I. 
Samuel 
Walter S. 
Fred M. 
Arthur J. 
Arthur M. 
Charles W. 
Walter B. 
Charles A. 
Walter E. 
Howard E. 
Byron K. 
Albert H. 

Edward J. 
Hal R. 
George H. 
Arthur L. 
Percy H. 
Harold 
Joseph L. 
Dorie P. 
Paul S. 
George P. 
Harry E. 
Jerry T. 
Thomas F. 
Fred C. 
William E. 
John 
John B. 
Paul C. 
Berton F. 
Frank H. 
Nathaniel M. 
Hoyt L. 
Alfred G. 
Albert 
William H. 
Lawrence N. 
Clayton S. 
John J. 
Samuel H. 
Frank H. 
Benjamin F. 
Edward A. 
approved by 
American 



111 North St., Medford, 
118 Palm St., Bangor, Me., 

30 Hanover st., Lynn, 

5 Holly av., Greenfield, 
43 Franklin st., 

19 Myrtle st., 
43 Franklin St., 
27 Winter st., W. Som. , 
29 Weber st., Roxbury, 
135 Boston st. , 

43 Franklinst. , 

Holden pi. , 

114 Atkinson st.. Bellows 

Falls, Vermont, 

114 Fayerweather st., Camb. , 
56 Franklin st., Melrose, 

77® Massachusetts av., Camb. 
70 Dean st., Everett, 
99 Washington st., Maiden, 

25 Minot st. , D. D. , 
620 E. Fifth st., 

6 Easton av., Woburn, 
3 Lake st., Natick, 

IO89 Main st., Melrose, 

26 Third st., Wellington, 
93 Laurel st., Fairhaven, 

211 Green st., Cambridge, 

1 Everett st., Concord, 

92 Shawmut av. , New Bedford, 

44 Blue Hill av., 
19^ Broad st. , Salem, 
111 Pembroke st., 

43 Franklin st. , 
62 Pierce st., Maiden, 
33 Kent st., Brookline, 
43 Franklin st. , 

7 Willow st., Bangor, Me., 

31 Mt. Ida rd., 
39 Trowbridge st. , Arlington 
43 Franklin st., 

860 Main st., Waltham, 
11 Fourth st., Cambridge, 
31 Hurd rd., Brookline, 
22 Gledhill av., Everett, 
43 Franklin st. , 
43 Franklin st. , 
C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Express Company, 



641 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Smith, 


Frank A. 


Smith, 


Joseph A. 


Smith, 


Joseph A. Jr. 


Snow, 


Walter H. 


Southworth, 


Henry L. 


Spencer, 


Herbert 


Spring, 


Frank 0. 


Stanton, 


Forrest G. 


Staples, 


Fred L. 


Staples, 


Stephen H. 


Stevens, 


George H. 


Stoddard, 


James V. 


Stone, 


Charles 


Stowell, 


John M. 


Suffa, 


William G. 


Sullivan, 


George J. 


Sullivan, 


John J. 


Sullivan, 


Timothy J. 


Sumner, 


James H. 


Swett, 


John F. 


Sylvester, 


Levi 


Tate, 


Robert F. 


Taylor, 


Philmont T. 


Theriault, 


Edward G. 


Thomas , 


William E. 


Thornton, 


Richard C. 


Tebbitts, 


George I. 


Toher, 


James E. 


Toomey, 


John 11. 


Torrance, 


Leslie B. 


Tourgee, 


George W. 


Tower, 


Augustus 


Tower, 


Leavitt J. 


Turell, 


Joseph H. 


True, 


George H. 


Vosmus, 


George W. 


Vosmus, 


Frank A. 


Wales, 


Frederick A. 


Walker, 


Fred R. 




approved by 




American 



43 Franklin st. , 
14 Highland av., Arlington, 
14 Highland av., Arlington, 
6 Kearsarge av. , 

282 Samoset av., Taunton, 

2^6 Dudley st., 
82 June st., Worcester, 
32 Greenleaf av., Medford, 

137 Temple st., Whitman, 
53 Lauriston st., Provi- 
dence, R. I., 

424 Hyde Park av . , 

2 Hayes st., Framingham, 
128 Atlantic av., Beachmont, 
194 Cottage st., Athol, 
43 Franklin st., 

42 Hiawatha rd. , 
25 Faxon st. , 

458 E. Sixth st., 

25 Kensington pk. , Lynn, 
152 Warren st., Brighton, 
752 Main st., Woburn, 
31 Rutland sq., 

138 Franklin st., Melrose 

Highlands, 
141 Tolles st., Nashua, N.H., 
218 Hancock st., Everett, 

23 Fairmount st., Marlboro, 
119 Dedham av., Needham, 
25 Broadway, Providence, 

Rhode Island, 
40 Lincoln st., C. D. , 
5 Water st., Plymouth, 
146 Oxford st., Providence, 

Rhode Island, 
164 Broadway, Providence, 
Rhode Island, 

43 Franklin st. , 
64 Hyde Park av . , 
62 Cutter st., Melrose, 

Willard st. , So. Portland 

Maine, 
7 Hancock st., Maiden, 
43 Franklin st. , 
113t Rumford st. , Concord, 

N. Hampshire 
C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Express Company, 



642 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Walker, 

Warrington, 

Wason, 

Waters, 

Webster, 

Weeks, 

Welch, 

Welch, 

Wheelock, 

White, 

White, 

Whitney, 

Whittemore, 

Williams, 

Williams, 

Williston, 

Willson, 

Wilson, 

Winn, 

Wood, 

Woodis, 

Woodman, 

Woodward, 

Worden, 

Wright, 

Young, 

Young, 

Youngman, 



Adams, 



Adams , 

Arthur, 

Betts, 

Butler, 

Byrnes, 

Clinton, 

Cohen, 

Connors, 

Conrad, 

Crowe, 

Dacey, 



James W. 
Robert I. 
Henry W. 
James J. 
George H. 
Bert R. 
John 

Nathan S. 
Eugene C. 

Andrew P. 
Harry P. 
Prank B. 
Albert F. 
Charles A. 
Michael J. 
George T. 
W. Walter 
Robert F. 
George F. 
Daniel E. 
Allie H. 
Edwyn L. F. 
George 
Harry A. 
Fred M. 
Arthur R. 
George W. 
Joseph W. 
approved by 

American 
Joseph W. 
approved by 

Sinclai 
Robert T. 
Frank E. 
Edward H. 
William V. 
William J. 
Frank 
Sam 

William F. 
Samuel W. 
Maurice P. 
Daniel 
approved by 
New York, 



9 Newbury st. , W. Som. , 
260 Hamilton st., Albany, N.Y 
96 Revere st., Springfield, 
16 Russell st., C. D. , 
242 Willow av., W. Som. , 
37 Main st. , Keene, N. H., 
54 Church st. , Mansfield, 
94 W. Brookline st. , 
311 Summer st., Woonsocket, 
Rhode Island, 
12 Windsor st., Arlington, 
96 Church st., Mansfield, 

29 Brookings st. , Medf ord, 

30 Bigelow st. , B. D. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

22* Mt. Auburn st. , Camb., 
43 Franklin st., 
34 Maple st., Watertown, 

4 Alder st., Skowhegan, Me. , 
92 Lowell st., Methuen, 
43 Franklin st. , 
41 Bay State av., W. Som., 
32 Hamilton rd. , W. Som., 
12 School st., D. D. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

9 So. Russell st., 
56 High st., Everett, 
41 Walnut st. , Som. , 
43 Franklin st. , 

C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Express Company, 

68 Mooreland st. , Som. , 

H. G. Dunmire, Agenr, 

r Refining Company, 

83 Westland av. , 
54 Hollingsworth st, 
32 Paris st., 
94 Carver st. , 

5 Ware st. , D. D. , 
127 quincy st., Quincy, 

53 Grove st., 

15 Everton st., D. D. , 
9 Bancroft st. , Roxbury, 
1 Dale st., Roxbury, 

6 Fellows pi., Roxbury, 
A. D. Follansbee, Captain Police, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 

So. Station, 



643 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Dennehy, 

Dewar , 

Doyle, 

Doyle, 

Downey, 

Dugan, 

Emmons, 

Fitzgerald, 

Foley, 

Follansbee, 

Freeland, 

Garno, 

Gillie, 

Gillis, 

Hannon, 

Haskine, 

Hayes, 

Heron, 

Hobson, 

Holmes, 

Irwin, 

Katz, 

Kelly, 

Laurence, 

Lewis, 

Macdonald, 

Mehrhoff, 

McGee, 

McGill, 

McLoughlin, 

McMahon, 

Murphy , 

O'Leary, 

Pfieffer, 

Powell, 

Ruggles, 

Ryan, 

Sh«ppard, 

Stacy, 

Steele, 

Tho/rtjoson, 



Philip F. 
Timothy J. 
Joseph J. 
Patrick J. 
Thomas S. 
James J • 
John 

Michael A. 
Cornelius F. 
A. D. 
Albert C. 
Joseph F. 

John J. 
Michael J. 
Michael F. 
Charles F. 
John J. 
William J. 
A. T. 
Howard W. 
John M. 
Benjamin 
Joseph M. 
Louis A. 
William 
Charles E. 
George 
John J. 
Frank H. 
Michael M. 
Thomas D. 
John A. 
John F. 
George 
Thomas L. 
Horatio B. 
Patrick F. 
Fred 
Frank W. 
Robert I. 
Ernest C. 
approved by A. 
New York, New 



lib Bower st. , Boxbury, 
72 Bonair st., Somerville, 
87 Hillside st., Roxbury, 

54-9 E. Fifth st., 
53 Boynton st., 

64 Rutland st. , 
43 St. Botolph st., 

446 W. Fourth st. , 
247 Bussey st., E. Dedham, 
40 Fletcher st., Roslindale, 
21 Lyon st. , D. D. , 
Colonial Point, No. 

Weymouth, 
446 Fourth st. , 
24 Conant st., Roxbury, 

12 Peter st. , 
90 Magnolia st., D. D. , 

244 Fifth st., 

49 Fayette st., Camb. , 
269 K St., 
143 Washington st. , Brookline 

95 Maple st. , H. P. , 
68 Devon st., Roxbury, 
21 Hancock st., D. D. , 

13 Follen st., 
36 Cottage st., Mansfield, 

185 Green st. , J. P. , 

324 E st., 
36 Dartmouth st., 
34 Ridgewood St., D. D. , 
53 Edwin st. , D. D. , 
17 Dewey st., Roxbury, 

60 Dutton st.. Maiden, 
11 Gates st., 

164 Third st., 

72 Clifton st., Roxbury, 

50 Park st., So. Weymouth, 
637 Parker st., Roxbury, 

17 Florence av., Revere, 

61 Lebanon st. , Maiden, 

73 Church st., Weymouth, 

65 Wensley St., Roxbury, 
D. FollanSbee, Captain Police, 

Haven & Hartford Railroad Co., 



644 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Trainor , 
Webster, 
Wessel, 
Wright, 



Akins, 
Earl, 
Goulter, 
Lawler, 



Alberti, 

Andrews, 

Atwood, 

Atwood, 

Baker, 

Bethel, 

Bolton, 

Brandewiede, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Cary, 

Clifford, 

Connelly, 

Currier, 

Dacey, 

Dannenberg, 

Darling, 

Doris, 

Dowd, 

Dwyer, 

Engler, 

Fitzgerald, 

Gaines, 

Gayler, 

Gerald, 

Grady, 

Henry, 

Horvath, 

Kelso, 

Kemp, 

King, 

Kingsbury, 

Lyden, 

Manning, 



Leo ) 26 Staniford St., 

Leo F. ( 123 Child st., J. P., 

Carl ( 659 Sixth st. , 

Frank S) 26 Fountain St., Roxbury, 

approved by A. D. Follansbee, Captain Police, 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
William H. ) 173 Shurtleff st., Chelsea, 
Setton ( 127 Eliot st., Brookline, 
Eugene H. Jr. ( 40 Harrison st. , " 
Frank B. ) 3 So. Market st., 
approved by F. B. Lawler, Vice Pres., Beacon 

Trust Company, 
66 Kingsdale st., 

54 Ellery st., Camb., 
Custom House, 

78 Bellevue st., W. R., 
475 Beech st., Roslindale, 
370 Broadway, Maiden, 

50 Bromf ield rd. , W. Som. , 
805 E. Broadway, 
63 Gould st., Wakefield, 
63 Grenville rd. .Water town, 
39 Banks rd. , Swampscott, 
33 "A" Addison st., Chelsea, 
60 "A H Cleveland av. Everett 
702 Massachusetts av., 
1536 Centre st., 

55 Long Wharf, 
4o4 Huntington av., 

26 Bigelow st., Brighton, 
4 Montello st., D. D. , 
559 E. Fifth St., 
4 Thane st., D. D. , 



Gustav W. 
Robert A. 
Calvin P. 
Edward K. 
Ernest H. 
Jeremiah T. 
William E. 
Frank 
Charles H. 
George J. 
Ralph 
Frank J . 
Thomas A. 
Eugene E. 
John J. 
C. F. 

Wallace L. 
Bernard F. 
Edward F. 
William C. 
Samuel 
James E. 
Major 

Christopher F. 
Warren S. 
George E. 
Thomas A. 
Ernest 
William M. 
John M. 
Charles F. 
Frederick B. 
Patrick 

William L. 4 Bunker Hill ?,t., 

approved by Charles R. Tuckett, Captain, 
U. S. Customs Guards, 



70 Montgomery st. , Camb., 
85 Reed av., Everett, 
241 Webster av., Camb., 
2131 Dorchester av . , 
62 Royal st., Lowell, 
20 Saranac st. , D. D. , 
88 Ferrin st. , C. D. , 
Custom House, 
Custom House, 
60 Rogers av. , Somerville, 
446 High st., Dedham, 
54 Hyde Park av. , 



645 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Markey, 

Moore, 

Moore, 

Moriarty, 

Murphy, 

McCarthy, 

McMahon, 

McNamee, 

Newell, 

No one, 

O'Driscoll, 

Pearson, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Robinson, 

Salmon, 

Smith, 

St. Clair, 

Sullivan, 

Symonds, 

Tuckett, 

Welch, 

Weld, 

Whitcorab, 

Whittaker, 

Willard, 



Anderson, 

Arnold, 

Atkinson, 

Aus'tin, 
Breivnan, 
CocHran, 
Dristcoll, 
Jone s , 



Charles J. 
John J. 
Percy C. 
Walter E. 
William M. 
Timothy F. 
Eugene V. 
Charles 
Willian H. 
Ernest W. 
Jeremiah 
Isaac E. 
Early M. 
Pred B. 
Norval D. 
Stephen D. 
Walter P. 
John J. 
John J. 
George E. 
Charles R. 
Thomas P. 
Charles F. 
John 
Samuel J 
Charles R. 



31 Burnham st., Som. , 
ol Wheatland st., Som., 
35 Lowell st., Maiden, 
75 Burrill st. , Swampscott, 
72 Beacon st., Somerville, 
210 W. Springfield st., 

20 Matchett St., 
64 Sharon st. , Medford, 

135 Florence st., Everett, 

15 Lowden av., Som., 
1 Davitt st. , D. D. , 

Custom House, 
146 Oxford St., Cambridge, 

21 Packard av,, W. Som;, 
69 Woodford St., D. D. , 

Custom House, 
Custom House, 

16 Tolman st. , D. D. , 
515 Weld St., 

Custom House, 
163 Summer st., Som., 

95 Franklin st., Arlington, 
330 Hyde Park av., 
186 Riverside Drive, Dedham, 
514 Green st., Camb., 
14 Midland st., D. D. , 
approved by Charles R. Tuckett, Captain, 

United States Customs Guard. 
John T. 297 Congress st., 

approved by George W. Simonds, President, 

C. H. Simonds Company, 
Albert 560 Massachusetts av., 

approved by John Howard Industrial Home, 

Howard W. Brown, Clerk, 
George H. 30 Stanley av., Medford, 

approved by Charles Knight, Ass't Treas., 

Metropolitan Trust Company, 
Arthur E. 474 Massachusetts av., 
Michael J. 48 Leonard St., D. D. , 

Charles 39 W. Newton st., 

Jeremiah H. 31 St. Albans rd. , Rox. , 
Thomas J. 35 Kenberma rd., D. D. , 

approved by Captain George P. Carter, United 
States Quartermaster Corps, 



646 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Lyons, 

Matthews, 

Miller, 

Odian, 

Pinkhara, 

Pollard, 

Reagan, 



Austin, 
Haley, 
McGonagle, 
Olsson, 



Ayer, 
Daly, 



Baker, 



Baker, 



C. 



Toby 

Thomas H. 
Ira F. 
Livingstone 
Walter F. 
William J. 
Joseph P. 
approved by 
United States 
Frederick L. ) 
Walter X. ( 
Edward A. ( 
Albert S. ) 
approved by F. 
Massachusetts 
William H. ) 
Andrew J. ) 



1301 Commonwealth av., 

15 Levant st. , D. D. , 
10 Edgewood st., Roxbury, 
55 Revere st. , 
24 tyueensberry st., 

8 _ Faulkner st. , 
99 Central av., Chelsea, 
Captain George P. Carter, 
Quartermaster Corps, 

38 Howard st., Melrose, 

16 Malcolm rd., Camb. , 
22 Pleasant st., D. D. , 

3 Murdock pi. , 
L. Austin, Chief Inspector, 
Highway Commission, 

17 Brorafield rd. , Som. , 
97 H st.. 



approved by James B. B. Smith, Treasurer, 
The United States Leather Company, 
Silas E. 15 Hewins st. , D. D. , 

approved by Schuyler S. Bartlett, Manager, 

Union Safe Deposit Vaults, 
Walter 32 Adams st. , Medford 

Hillside, approved by C. C. Barnes, Manager, 
S. S. Pierce Company, 



Baldwin, 


William H. 


14 


Copeland st., Roxbury, 


Bampton, 


John R. 


53 


Norfolk st. , 


Bo wen, 


John 


168 


Hillside st., Roxbury, 


Brickett, 


Arthur A. 


74 


Harvard av., Brookline, 


Brickett, 


Harry 0. 


16 


Haslet st., Roslindale, 


Brown, 


Manson S. 


94 


Milton av. , D. D. , 


Bur dick, 


William C. 


27 


Bailey st., D. D. , 


Clarke, 


Frank E. 


16 


Hancock st., Lexington 


Cunningham, 


Joseph 


30 


Belvoir rd., Milton, 


Emerson, 


David E. 


265 


Norfolk st., Cambridge, 


Ewell, 


Leonard G. 


11 


Stickney av., Somerville 


Fales, 


Harold E. 


52 


Temple pi. , 


Goodwin, 


Locke D. 


20 


Prospect st., Everett, 


Hall, 


Lee V. 


52 


Madison st., Somerville, 


Mackin, 


Thomas F. 


929 


E. Fourth st. , 


Mosher, 


David M. 


8 


Lorraine ter., B. D. , 


Phelan, 


Thomas F. 


21 


Clay st., Camb., 


Sherman, 


William B. 


3? 


Grampian Way, 


Spaulding, 


Walter L. 


83 


Appleton st., 




approved by H. VI 


t Burge 


s, Ass' t Sec. , Old 
Colony Trust Company, 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



647 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Sproul, 

Swan, 

Trow, 

Whitcomb, 

Worden, 



Banks, 

Blake, 

Brennan, 

Buckley, 

Burke, 

Clarke, 

Farley, 

Gaffney, 

Mahar, 

McSorley, 

O'Brien, 

Proctor, 

Stewart, 

Sullivan, 

Swett, 

Thompson, 

Van Valen, 

Williams, 



Bannister, 

Barker, 

French, 

French, 

Goodwin, 

Holmes, 

Hyde, 

Kelltsy, 

Lavi 4 T ne, 

Macdonald, 

Newej.l, 

Parke ir , 



Louis R. 
Eddy F. 
Maurice E. 
Warren H. 
Robert S. 



17 Court St., 

18 Franklin st., Medford, 
17 Court St., 

73 Bellingham St., Chelsea, 
17 Whittemore ter. , D. D. , 



approved by H. W. Burge, Ass't Secretary, 
Old Colony Trust Company, 



Howard 
Alfred H. 
John W. 
Joseph 
Patrick F. 
Richard B. 
Walter J. 
John A. 
Harry M. 
Janes J. 
Timothy J. 
Frank E. 
Cornelius A. 
Richard E. 
Henry L. 
Charles S. 
Raymond 
John J. 



103 Templeton St., D. D. , 
178 Brighton av. , 

60 State st., 

37 Henderson st. Arlington, 
34-7 E. Fourth St., 
158 Thorndike st. , Camb. , 
1870 Beacon st., 

81 Revere st., 
156 Shawmut St., Chelsea, 
117 L st., 
593 Tremont st. , 

41 Ossipee rd., W. Som. , 
119 Jerome st., W. Medford, 

34 Summer st., C. D., 
1472 Centre st., Ros., 
135 Eutaw st. , E. B. , 

60 State st., 
2 Common st. , C. D. , 



approved by A. Van Valen, District Supt.; these 
licenses are granted on the express condition 
that arms are not to be carried, except when 
out investigating alarms for the American 

District Telegraph Company, 
William H. 20 Vale St., W. R., 

Ernest 101 Glenville av. , 

Henry C. 97 Forest av., W. Newton, 

Henry W. 104 Arlington st., 

Fred M. 15 Avondale rd. , Newton 

Centre, 
George L. 70 Romsey st. , D. D., 

John A. 163 E. Cottage St., D. D., 

Martin J. 60 Bragdon st., Roxbury, 

Louis V. 24 West st., 

J. Fred 30 Wisconsin av., Som., 

Warren 32 Orchard st. , J. P., 

Kirk A. 38 John St., Maiden, 

approved by Ernest Barker for the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company, 



648 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Pratt, 
Sweat, 
Tarbox, 

Thomas , 

Wiley, 

Wing, 



Barnuid, 
Bartlett, 



Basse tt, 
Moss, 



Beattie, 

Campbell, 

Colgan, 

Damon, 

Guibard, 

Kelly, 

Lally, 

Leary, 

Leonard, 

Lynch, 

Wright, 



Be cher er, 



Bellamacina, 
Bellucci, 
Beninati, 
Bennett, 

Hanges, 



Bent, 
Bigelow, 



Chester M. 
Joseph W. 
George W. 



218 Cedar st., Dedham, 

41 Evans st. , 
502 Lynn Fells Parkway, 

Melrose, 
Harry W. 412 W. Broadway, 

Chester H. 26 Harley st., D. D. , 

John F. 102 Cushing av., D. D. , 

approved by Ernest Barker for the Boston 

Consolidated Gas Company, 
George M. l6l Clinton rd., Brookline, 

Stephen P. 1722 Commonwealth av . , 
approved by S. D. Bartlett, Secretary, 

P. G. Butler & Company, Inc. , 
Thomas E. ) 44 Draper st., D. D. , 
James W. ) 514- Audubon rd. , 
approved by J. W. Moss, Pres. & Treas., Lunt- 
Mos8 Co., & Moss Pump & Engine Works, 



Clarence W. 
Arthur E. 
James D. 
Charles R. 
Kenneth E. 
Joseph P. 
George J. 
Patrick J. 
Edward J. 
Daniel P. 
William H. 



46 Clinton st., Everett, 
99 Williams av. , H. P., 
5 Edwin St., D. D. , 
South Station, 
137 Peterboro st. , Brook,, 

7 Hew Heath st. , 
476 E. Seventh st. , 
144 London st. , E. B. , 

20 Powellton rd. , 
131 London st. , E. B. , 
46 Woodville st., Roxbury, 
approved by W. H. Wright, Manager, Boston 

Terminal, 
Frederick J. 35 Smith st. , Roxbury, 
approved by Woodford Yerxa, Pres., Guaranty 

Trust Co., 
134 Staniford st., 
55 Revere st. , 
5 Line st., Cambridge, 
721 Washington st., Newton- 

ville, 
113 Pembroke st. , 
approved by E. K. Meutzer, Supervisor of Track 

Room 239, South Station, 
John A. 52 Waldeck st., D. D. , 

approved by Frank E. Buxton, Treasurer, 
North End Savings Bank, 
William S. 5° Beacon st. , 



Frank 
Frank A. 
Joseph W. 
Benjamin ) 

( 
Anthony G. ) 



649 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Bird, 

Delay, 

Dignan, 

Driscoll, 

McDermott, 

Padden, 

Roach, 

Sullivan, 



Blaisdell, 

Bridge, 

Crafts, 

Hayward, 

Newton, 

Rogers, 



Blake, 

Blanchard, 

Sogardus, 



Brady, 



Brazer, 
Davis, 
Gray, 
Harris, 

Lang, 

Lee, 

McGurk, 

Tilden, 

White, 



Briggs, 
Canning, 
Cation, ' 
Hawkes, 
Marshall , 
Stover, 
Summers 
Wise, 



Walter C. 
Daniel J, Jr. 
Thomas A. 
Timothy G. 
Edward J. 
James H. 
Thomas J. 
Dennis J. 



46 Hecla st. , D. D. , 
82 Woodrow av., D. D. , 
155 Leyden st. , E. B., 

29 East st. , D. D. , 
232 Blue Hill av. , 

7 Beach rd., Winthrop, 
32 East st. , D. D. , 
122 W. Third st. , 
approved by Rufus C. Folsom, Acting Supt., 

The American Sugar Refining Company, 
Joseph G. 31 Shirley av. , Revere, 

Edwin E. 17 Sydney st., D. D., 

Charles F. 15 Curtis st., W. Som. , 

James T. 4-2 Campbell av., Revere, 

Richard 23 Strathmore rd. , Brook. 

Jesse A. 26 Park st., Newton, 

approved by E. A. James, Ass ' t Cashier, 
The Merchants National Bank of Boston, 
Harry W. 1173 Commonwealth av., 
Harry H. 23 Concord sq., 

Frederick 19 Bradlee st., D. D. , 

approved by A. E. Smith, Ass't Treas., Boston 

Publishing Company, 
42 Mt. Ida rd., 
approved by James B. Shea, Deputy Commies tone 
Park & Recreation Department, 



James N. 



r, 



Charles B. 
Reuben J. 
Lorin S. 
Israel 
Joseph J. 
Bernard A. 
Michael F. Jr. 
Benjamin F. 
John Ik. 
approved by S, 



93 Homes av., D. D. , 
40 Water st., 

7 No. Munroe ter., D. D. , 
54 Mt. Pleasant st., Camb, 
56 Norfolk st., Camb., 
12 Jones av., Chelsea, 
167 Hampshire st. , Camb., 
11 High st. , Maiden, 
31 Astor st. , 
P. Wyatt, Chief Clerk, 



National Shawmut Bank, Boston, 



10 Dana St., Camb., 
159 Curve st., E. Dedham, 

6 Cudworth st. , Medford, 
111 Devonshire st., 
Ill Devonshire st., 

67 Summer st., Salem, 
194 Central st., Som., 
69 Stratford st., W. R., 
approved'by B. E. Stone, Ass't Cashier, 
The Second National Bank of Boston, 



Harry H. 
Thomas F. Jr. 
Percy 
George B. 
J. Robert 
Lawringtone 
George F. 
Samuel F. 



650 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919, 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Brown, 

Coyne, 

Getchell, 

Ho"ban, 

Huggs, 

Inglis, 

Kelley, 

Kline, 

Pattee, 

Pinkerton, 

Pompay, 

Williams, 

Wolff, 



Bruker, 
Cameron, 
Gould, 
Mayer, 



Buck, 

Buckley, 
Kimball , 
Spear, 



Bugbee, 
Burgess, 



Burke, 
Burkhardt, 
Buxton, 
Byrnes, 



Cashen, 
Cardillo, 



Roscoe D. 
John A. 
Charles E. 
Thomas J. 
Philip 
Peleg B. 
Albert M. 
Stephen J. 
Roy E. 

George F. Jr. 
Charles M, 
Alexander L. 
Herbert L. 



70 Federal st. , 
169 Centre st., Roxbury, 
17 Western av., Natick, 
67 Batavia st., 
15 Holyoke st. , 

39 Chilton st., Cambridge, 
43 Knollin st., Maiden, 

28 Oakland av . , Auburndale 
105 Summer st., Everett, 
37 Fairbanks st., B. D. , 

40 Plymouth st. , Cambridge 
67 Humboldt av. , 

157 Cabot st., Roxbury, 



approved by B. D. Blaisdell, Cashier, 
The Frist National Bank, Boston, 
) 



Edward F. 
John J. ( 
Charles ( 
Charles H. ) 
approved by E. 



Leslie G. 
approved by W. 
John J. ) 
E. W. 
George F. ) 



L. 



S. 



22 Congress av., Chelsea, 
271 Medford st., Somerville, 
40 Condor st. , E. B. , 
72 Liverpool st. , 
Keefer, Agent, Boston & 

Albany Railroad, 
122 Bayswater st., E. B., 
Rendle, 135 Prescott st.,E.B. 
63 Medford st. , C. D. , 
45 Chatham rd., Everett, 
593 Broadway, Chelsea, 
approved by Ross L. Coe, Local Treasurer, 
The American Agricultural Chemical Company, 
Frank A. 262 Quincy st., Roxbury, 

approved by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 
Thomas 11 Carlow st., Roxbury, 

approved by F. G. Roger, Treasurer, 

Massachusetts Chocolate Company, 
Patrick J. 7 Taylor st.. 

Max 542 Warren st., Roxbury, 

Frank E. 185 Western rd. , Wellesley, 

Michael H. 36 Houston av., Milton, 

approved by John White Jr., Treas., 

Mercantile Wharf Corporation, 
Wilfred F. Harrison Sq. Railroad 

Station, approved by M. L. Welsh for the 
New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
Jerry 3 Mill st. , I). D. , 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Carney, 
Steppe, 
Wendell, 



Chandler, 
Hannan , 



Clooney, 

Conley, 

Cook, 

Crotty, 

Eldredge, 

Farwell, 

Leavitt, 

Long, 

Means , 

Putnam, 

Walker, 



Coots, 



Cowin, 
Crosby, 
Currie, 
Curtaz, 



Cutting, 
Daggett, 
D' Angela, 
D'Ange'.lo, 
Darrow. 



Deianey, 
Tyrrell, 



Dermody, 



John W. 
John E. 
George F. 
Reuel W. 
D. Praser 
Elmer A. 
Thomas P. 
Roy A. 
William P. 
George L. 



John P. ) 27 Springfield St., Sora. , 
Charles A. ( 60 Maxwell st., D. D. , 
Walter T. ) 15 Gardner st., Chelsea, 
approved by C. H. Maynard, Agent, Merchants 

dfc Miners Transportation Co., 
Herbert T. ) 356 Dorchester st., 

James E. ) 12 Park pi., Stoneham, 
approved by Captain George P. Carter, U. S. 

Quartermaster Corps, 
John P. 77 Eustis St., Revere, 

approved by A. P. Chase, Chase Parker & Co., 

170 Gardner st. , W. R. , 

19 Dunster rd. , J. P., 

109 Butler rd., Q,uincy, 

7 Webster st., Winchester, 
50 Oliver st. , 
138 Redlands rd. , 
13 Hall St., J. P., 
15 Plain st., Neponset, 
59 Edson st. , D. D. , 
lo Juniper av., Salem, 
approved by John Balch, Treas. , New England. 
Telephone & Telegraph Company, 
Henry R. 33 Porafret st., W. R. , 

approved by P. H. Roberts, President, 128 Cross 

St., 

76 Hancock st., D. D. , 
67 Mt. Vernon St., 
7^ W. Seventh st. , 
267 Centre st. , D. D. , 
approved by John A. Fenno, Treasurer, Boston 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad Company, 
Henry M. 12 Haviland st., 

Harry C. Young's Hotel, Court st. 

Frank M. 13 Grant St., D. D., 

John R. 13 Grant St., D. D. , 

Franklin M. 12 Somerset st., Boston, 
approved by C. Sidney Waldo, President, 

Waldo Brothers, Inc., 
James P. ) 101 Glenwood av., H. P., 
Edward G. ) 5 Larch pi., Mt. Hope, 
approved by J. Delaney, Chief of Police, 
Becker Milling Machine Company, 
Francis J. 273 Bowdoin st., D. D. , 
approved by Lee Higginson Company, 



Frank H. 
Edward H. 
James 
Charles J. 



651 



652 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



DiCicco, 



Dickerman, 

Dickey, 

Henderson, 

Leland, 

Peters, 

Sullivan, 



Dillon, 



Doner ty, 
Donnelly, 



Donovan, 



Duffy, 
Durbeck, 
Ferguson, 
Hunt, 



Dursdill, 



Dutch, 

Edson, 

Griffith, 

Harlow, 

Jobling, 

Lewis, 

Page, 

Pickett, 

Ryder, 



Earle, 
Finlay, 



3864 Washington st., 
R. Rowe, Treasurer, Rowe Contract- 
ing Company, 
47 Ware Hall, Cambridge, 
73 Stratford st., W. R., 
46 Perham st. , 
66 Templeton st., D. D. , 
43 Pinehurst st., 
107 Smith st., Roxbury, 
H. L. Wilson, Treasurer, Boston 
Elevated Railway Company, 
7/ilder L. 25 Hall st., J. P., 

approved by Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, 

Kinney Manufacturing Company, 
James M. 7 Morse St., D. D. , 



Pietro 
approved by 

Emerson L. 
Lewis J. 
John F. 
Frederick P 
Edmund R. 
William H. 
approved by 



Clinton st. , 
Jr., Treasurer, 
Company, 



Joseph S. 101 

approved by John White 
Clinton Market 
Dennis 23 E. Concord st., 

approved by John A. Fenno, Supt. , Boston, 

Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad Co., 
59 Edson st. , D. D. , 



Arthur W. 
George E. 
John D. 
Joseph 



100 
100 
100 



approved by Charles E. 



Franklin st. , 
Franklin st., 
Franklin st. , 
Rogerson, President, 



Boston Safe Deposit & Trust Company, 



John W. 
approved by H. 

Dana M. 
Frank A. 
Henty 
Edward D. 
Ernest E. 
James H. 
Charles E. 
Walter F. 
Nathaniel W. 



65 Sanford st., 
T. Chandler, Supt., Walter 

Baker & Co. Ltd. , 
245 Waban av., Waban, 

33 State st., 

94 Center st., Milton, 
135 Mt. Vernon st. , 

19 Granite pi., 35, Milton, 
119 Central st., Hudson, 

28 Austin st., 'Milton, 

47 First st., y\elrose, 

77 Trenton st,., 



approved by A. Carr, Vice President, State 

Street Trust Co. , 
James I. 341 Norfolk, a t., D. D. , 

approved by E. A. James, Ass' a, cashier, The 
Merchants National Bank, 
Patrick J. 266 West Newton st., 



653 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Eichorn, 
Parmer, 



Elkins, 
Elliott, 
Elliott, 
Rae, 



Everett, 
Fan j oy , 



Fenno, 
Ferguson, 



Finn, 
Fleming, 



Folsom, 

Poster, 

Freno, 

Gates, 

Gerraughty, 

Gleason, 



Glover, 
Goldthwaite, 



Greer, 

Karshick, 
Linton, 

Gridley, 



Haddock, 
Halford, 



William C.) 4 Regent sq. , 

Harry W. ) 52 Walthara st., 
approved by George P. Carter, Captain, 
Quartermaster Corps, Boston, 



U. S. 



Frank M. 
Edson H. 
Herbert N. 
Walter ) 
approved by E. 



) 



659 Tremont st., 

13 Adams st. , C. D. , 
417 E. Third st., 

7 Bowen av., Medford, 
Murphy, Agent, Eastern 
Steamship Company, 
Edward 16 W. Cedar st., 

Ernest F. 30 lit. Vernon st. , D. D. , 

approved by W. A. Grozier, Business Manager, 

Post Publishing Company, 
Charles P. 18 Cabot st., Winchester, 

Kenneth A. 24 "A" Wakullah st., 

approved by B. H. Swig, Treasurer, Tremont 

Trust Co., 
Patrick F. 38 Codman pk. , Roxbury, 
Richard H. 259 Chestnut st., Chelsea, 
approved by H. A. Dwinel, General Manager, 
R. S. Brine Transportation Company, 
Frank H. 547 Blue Hill av., 

Louis F. 89 Pilgrim rd., 

Joseph F. 62 Allen st., 

Theodore C. 28 Richwood st., W. R., 
Thomas H. 129 Stoughton st., D. D. , 

Walter S. 88 Liberty av., W. Sera. , 

approved by T. F. Murphy, Coin Box Manager 

New England Telephone & Telegraph Company, 
George S. 50 Fenwood rd. , Roxbury, 

approved by John J. Mitchell, U. S. Marshall, 

316 Federal Building, 
Charles E. 39 School st., C. D. , 

approved by F. W. Beckman, Freight Agent, 

Boston & Maine Railroad, 
William S. ) 13 Withington st., D. D. , 
Frederick C. ( 591 E. Seventh st., 
John F. ) 21 Windermere rd. , D. D. , 
approved by Kidder Peabody Company, 
George A. 28 Charles st., H. P., 

approved by J. F. Lyons, Works Manager, 

B. F. Sturtevant Company, 
Harry 9 Harvard av . , D. D. , 

approved by Frank E. Granger, Treasurer, 

Eliot Savings Bank, 
Winfred H. 13*5 Commonwealth av., 



654 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Hanley, 
Hanson, 
Harding, 
Sweeney, 

Harper, 
Hinkley, 
Stahl, 
Tirrell, 



Hartford, 



Hazea, 
Henneberger, 



Higgins, 

Lynch, 

Toomey, 



Holland, 

Hopkins, 

Hoppe, 

Hour in, 

Hughes, 

Hughes, 

Watts, 



Ingram, 

Jackman, 

Lavelle, 

McKay, 



Jer2uyn, 



Joy, 
Keith, 



George J. 
Herbert N. 
Charles ) 
Patrick J. ) 
approved by R. 
Fred R. 
Ralph H. 
Herman G. 
Frank D. ) 
approved by R. L. 



1 



Commonwealth Trust Company, 



349 Seaver st., Roxbury, 
58 Washington st., C. D. , 

977 Blue Hill av., 

218 Fourth st. , 
Bradley & Company, 
26 West av. , Salem, 
71 Heath st. , Som. , 
99 Reed av., Everett, 
88 Slimmer st., 
Nichols, Ass't Treasurer, 



Benjamin F. 
approved by H. 

Samuel F. 
Herman 



49 Alpine st. , Roxbury, 
S. Locke, Supt. , The Boston 
Ice Co. , 
34 Ivy st. , 
40 Columbus av. , Newton 



Highlands, approved by J. E. Riley, Gen'l Supt. 
United Fruit Company, 
) 



James A. 
John T. 
Timothy G. j 
approved by T. 



( 



G. 



A. 



Allen J. 
George A. 
Henry G. 
Christopher D. 
Clarence G. ) 
Melville L. ( 
Roswell T. ) 
approved by M. L. 



790 E. Fourth St., 

71 Hunneraan st. , 
34 Francis st., 

Toomey for Wm. Filene's Sons 

Company, 

72 Wells av. , 
270 Bay State rd. , 

26 Rockland st., Rox. , 
1577 Columbus av., 

9 St. John st. , J. P. , 
72 Dunster rd., J. P., 
31 Gayland st., Roxbury, 
Hughes, Ass't Treasurer, 
The Gordon Supply Company, 
Frank H. 1118 Commonwealth av., 

George P. ) 30 Jackson rd., W. Medford 
William J. ( 43 Prince st., J. P., 
William E. ) 2§ Commonwealth av., 
approved by Ernest Barker, New England Fuel & 

Transportation Company, 
Lawrence L. 16 Field av., Weymouth, 
approved by S. P. Wyatt, Chief Clerk, 

National Shawmut Bank, Boston, 
Mellen R. 168 W. Newton st., 

Fred A. 146 Smith st., 

approved by George E. Taber, Treasurer, 
Wildey Savings Bank, 



o35 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Lamb, 



Leonard, 

Libby, 

Litchfield, 

Longarini, 

MacMillan, 



Manthorne, 



McConnell, 
McCormack, 



McCorraick, 

McGee, 

McGovern, 

McMahon, 

Mi gnaul t , 

Mode, 

Morrissey, 



Morrissey , 

McElroy, 

McGoldrick, 

Mclaney, 

Shaughnessy , 

Tracy, 

Mosher, 

Mulligan, 

kulligan, 
Murphy, 
O'Neil, 
Osgood, 



P.alladino, 



Charles E. 72 Main st., Winthrop, 

approved by C. H. Whittier & Bro. , Agents, 

620 Atlantic av. , 
Patrick F. 382 Newbury st., 
Moses H. 2 Centre st., Roxbury, 

Walter S. 555 High st. , W. Medford, 

Antonio 20 Prince st., 

Thomas T. 48l First St., 

approved by Robert D. Hall, Treasurer, 

The Stetson Coal Company, 
Thomas G. 121 Dale St., Roxbury, 

approved by H. Akerley, Marine Supt., 

France & Canada Steamship Corporation, 
John G. 93 Waldeck st., D. D. , 

Henry F. 4-74 High st., Dedham, 

approved by Robert E. Dillon, Ass't Supt., 
Edison Electric Illuminating Company, 



James 
Charles H. 
Edward J. 
William J. 
William T. 
Herbert S. 
Patrick 
approved by V; 



C. 



16 Pontiac St., Roxbury, 
36 Holbrook st., J. P., 
875 Adams st. , D. D. , 
5 Albion pi. , C. D. , 
46 Milwood St., D. D. , 
67 Tudor st., Lynn, 
34C Maverick st . , 
C. Smith, Treasurer, Boston 
Forge Company. 
34 Bradfield av., Ros., 
4 Worthington st., 
159 Green st. , J. P. , 
2 City rd. , 
81 Glover av., Quincy, 
South Station, 
H. Wright, South Terminal, 
l6l Empire st. , B. D. , 
approved by P. M. Leavitt, P. M. Leavitt Co., 
John J. 14 Rockland st., 

approved by Martin F. Mulligan, 96 Hammond st., 
Martin F. 38 Conant st., 

Jeremiah 2 Wallace ct., C. D. , 

Daniel 1662 Columbia rd. , 

Charles B. 57 Hawthorne St., Maiden, 

approved by Robert E. Chapin, Vice Prea., 

Chapin Adams Company, 
Hector 18 Ashley st. , E. E., 



P. J. 
John Y/. 
Michael 
John J. 
James J. 
Allen W. 
approved by W. 
Henry A. 



656 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Park, 

Pearce, 

Phillips, 



Porter, 
fyiirk, 



Rhodes, 
Smi th , 
Stanwood, 



Rich, 
Rieraer, 



Riley, 



Rogers, 



Russo, 

Rueso, 

Seiberlich, 

Seifer, 

Sholds, 



Skentelbery, 

Sloan, 

Smi th , 
Somwerville, 

Sparrow, 



Osmond F. 4 Rosedale st., D. D. , 

Arthur P. 44 Perkins st., J. P., 

Sterling A. 9 Norfolk st., Roxbury, 

approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston, 
Abner T. 743 Tremont st., 

approved by C. H. Whittier & Bro., Agents, 

30 State st., 
William M. 224 Bolten st. , 
approved by William M. Byrnes, Supt. , The 

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, 
Howard E. ) 15 Bartlett st., Melrose, 
William B. ( 32 Linden av., Maiden, 
Howard E. ) 9 Shepherd st. .Gloucester, 
approved by John E. Elwell, Ass't Treasurer, 

The Ginter Company, 
T. Bertern 52 Paul Gore st., J. P., 
Oscar 129 G st. , 

approved by Julius Stern, Treasurer, 

Summerfield Company, 
George M. 89 W. Milton st., Readville 

approved by R. G. Tuckett, Gen'l Manager, 

Sawtelle Coal Company, 
George E. 29 Blackstone st., Camb. , 

approved by E. A. Pacey, Ass't Treasurer, 

H. Traiser & Company, Inc., 
Augustino 47 Pitts st. , 

Salvatore 21 Roseclair st., D. D., 

Frank 11 Roanoke av., J. P., 

Abraham 35 Baird st., P. D. , 

Howard H. 109 Falcon st., 

approved by J. T. Roberts, Supt., Bay State 

Fishing Company, 
Charles 1398 Commonwealth av . , 

approved by Ernest Barker for New England 

Coal & Coke Company, 
Bernard J. 402 Meridian St., 
approved by Walter S. Chase, Supt., Quincy 
Market Cold Storage & Warehouse Company, 
John T. 19 Fairmount st., Melrose, 

approved by Ralph Smith, Terminal st., C. D. , 
William J. 662 Washington st., D. D. , 
approved by James J. Ferguson, Pres., Fidelity 

Trust Company, 
Frederick P. 100 Josephine av., Som. , 
approved by Arthur E. Dennis, Vi. President, 
Massachusetts Wharf Coal Company, 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 2$, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Standi sh, 
Stedman, 
Sternberg, 
Stevenson, 



Stokes, 
Sullivan, 

Taillandier, 

Thanisch, 

Tomasello, 

Townsend, 

Townsend, 

Traviss, 

Van Valen, 

Wadsworth, 
Wakefield, 
Walton, 



Watt, 

Watts, 

Young, 



Webster, 
Welch, 



J. Myles 
Arthur G. 
Joseph E. 
Simeon J. 
approved by A. 
Ordnance 
James 

approved by 
Joseph 
approved by 



Algonquin st.. 
Union Park, 

St., 



D. D. 



A. 



Co 



657 



Eugene C. 
approved by 
Rudolph J. 
approved by 
John 

Robert E. 
Robert E. Jr 



40 

34 
242 Warren st., Roxbury, 
23i Common st. , Waltham, 
L. Douglas, Lt. Colonel, 
Department, 19 Portland st., 

41 Melrose st. , 
J. Law, Manager, West & Dodge 
106 N st. , 
John J. Donovan, Custodian, L Street 

Bathhouse, 
587 Columbia rd. , 
R. Elmer Townsend, 82 Devonshire st. 

227 Park st., W. R., 
John E. Carty, 602 City Hall Annex, 
68 Brent st. , D. D. , 
3 Plymouth st. , 
3 Plymouth st. , 



.1 



approved by R. Elmer Townsend, 82 



88 Pearl st. 



Devonshire 

st. , 
No. Weymouth, 



) carried 
(for the 
Lincoln 
approved 

James E. 
approved 
American 



Charles C. 

approved by Ross L. Coe, Local Treasurer, 

The American Agricultural Chemical Company, 
(Alfred 60 State st. , 

jgranted on condition that arms are not to be 
except when out investigating alarms 
American District Telegraph Company, 
87 St. Stephen st. , 
by D. R. Harvey, Manager, Iver Johnson 
Sporting Goods Company, 

21 Moore st., Somerville, 
Bancroft, Ass't Treasurer, 
Company, 

55 Mt. Pleasant st. No.Camb. 
A. Cowdrey, Cashier, Harris, 
Co. Inc., 35 Federal st., 



by A. 
Trust 



William H. Jr. 
approved by Elmer 
Forbes & 



Frederick 0. 
Joseph W. 
Clarence E. 
approved by 

Robert E. 
approved by 
Edwin J. 
approved by 



63 L st. 
) 159 Lexington St., 

) 21 Central sq. , 
L. Wildes, Agent, Ocean Steamship 

Company, 
58 Dwight st., Brookline, 
Robert N. Burnett, 172 Tremont st. 
2 "A" Lincoln st., C. D. , 
Roland G. Hopkins, Vice President, 



The Boston Ice Company, 



W 



658 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, I919. 



Concluded. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Will, 

Willets, 

Wilson, 

Wood, 

Wyman, 

Duff, 



James 23 Plays tead rd. , 

approved by Terry B. Gordon, 573 Boylston st., 

Clarence W. 47 Park Vale av., B. D. , 

William S. 36 Albano st. , Roslindale 

James R. 26 Commonwealth ter., 

Tillinghast W. 480 Washington st. 

Judge John 27 Eliot at., J. P. 



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

B., 
B.. 



Ami co, 


Philip 


6 Chelsea pi. , E. 


Amodeo, 


Benny 


319 Sumner st., E. 


Caggiano, 


Joseph 


51 Neptune rd., 


Crawford, 


Harry 


7b Moreland st. , 


D'Angelo, 


Anthony 


234 Maverick st. , 


DiCicco, 


Luigi 


220 Hanover st., 


Ferris, 


Anton L. 


128 Wardsworth st., 


Hubbard, 


Frank H. 


48 Canal st., 


Kimball, 


George F. 


455 Columbus av. , 


Macaluso, 


Emanuel 


93 Norfolk st., D. 
68 Frankfort st., 


Salomone, 


Vincent 


Sirianni, 


Michael 


10 Brigham st. , E. 


Tremble, 


Thomas F. 


16 Magnolia sq. , 


Weinfeld, 


Morris R. 


8 Baldwin pi. , 


Worthy, 


William 


239 Northampton st. 



Attest; 



B. 




Chief Cle 



659 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, May 30, 1919. 



Memorial Day, and a legal holiday. 



660 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, May 31, 19!9» 



There was no executive session held this day by order of 
the Commissioner.