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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. June (pp.661-776)."

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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, June 2, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The application of the "Girnrne" Club by Edward S. RusselQ 
for an Amusement License to have a dancing party in the Allston 
Dansant located at I38 Brighton avenue on Friday evening, June 6, 
current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of John Adams et al for a charter as the 
Simonas Daukantas Educational Society, Incorporated, for the pur- 
pose of establishing and maintaining schools for the teaching of 
Lithuanian, grarcrcar, literature and history; to be located at the 
corner of E and Silver streets. 



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



2357 Carter, 
2359 Flynn, 
2361 Greenberg, 
236c Hayes, 

2358 Johnson, 



Joseph F. 
Nicholas J. 
Philip 
Joseph P. 
Waif red E. 



52 Newport St., D. D. , 
48 Pearl at,, Brookline, 
47 Maverick sq. , 

2 So. Cedar pi. , 
21 Corbett st., D. D. 



662 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 2, I919. 



Contd. 



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



14-0,763 Carey, William H. 
50,079 Greenberg, Philip 



in a garage at 2,1 Stanhope st., 
" " " •• 141 Sumner st. E. B. 



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



Brass, 

CI ay man, 

Greenberg, 

Greenfelt, 

Lebowitz, 

Rosman, 

Shane, 

Spector, 

Stone, 



Myer 

Harry 

Philip 

Joseph 

Benjamin 

Max 

Barnard 

Bennie 

Edward 



244 Paris st. , 
468 Tremont st., 
87 Reed St. , 
28 Anderson st. , 
53 Stanwood st., 
109 Ruggles St. , 
219 Chambers st. , 
14 Rochester st. , 
21 Balfour st. 



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

Elder st., D. D. , 
Mt. Vernon st. , W. R, 
Princeton st., 
Worcester st., 
McLean St., 
Adelaide st., 
Massachusetts av.. 
Reed St., No. Camb., 
Greendale av., Needham, 
£. Cottage st., 
Norman st. , 
Ashmont St., 
Keyes st., 

Washington st., D. D. , 
Hawthorne st., 
prince st., 
Oliver st., Everett, 



Ambrose, 


George C. 


31 


Arnett, 


John W. 


38 


Aronson, 


Alexander J. 


30 


Atwood, 


Robert F. 


90 


Ayer, 


Frank E. 


47 


Baker, 


Edmund J. 


26 


Barnett, 


Nathan 


578 


Bennett, 


Fred 


114 


Benzie, 


George 


71 


Bersig, 


Joseph S. 


152 


Bicchieri, 


Anthony A. 


46 


Brack , 


Carl A. 


29 


Brooks, 


Thomas 


166 


Brooks, 


William E. 


345 


Bryson, 


Charles M, 


96 


Buckland, 


Charles E. 


125 


Buker, 


Winthrop L. 


20 



663 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 2, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Appn. Rejected contd, 



Burns, 
Caffrey, 
Caffin, 
Caverly, 
Chamberlain, 
Chapman , 
Chatfield, 
Clark, 
Clemens, 
Collins, 
Conley, 
Conner, 
Cronin, 
Crowther, 
Crowther, 
Cunniff , 
Cunningham, 
Dashner, 
Dillon, 
Domineau, 
DiDonati , 
Dore, 
Duffy, 
Dupee, 
Dyer, 
Eaton, 
Eldredge, 
Erhard, 
Fales, 
Farren, 
Fay, 

Fennell, 
Pinlayson, 
Fitzgibbons, 
Flaherty, 
Ford, 
Gammons, 
Geraci, 
Gillman, 
Graves, 
Hathaway, 
Healey, 

HesselBchwerdt, 
Higbee, 
Hill, 
Hobson, 
Holyoke, 



Andrew 
Patrick J. 
Frank H. 
William C. 
Stephen F. 
Shepherd R. 
Harold G. 
Edwin A. 
Patrick F. 
John J. 
Laurence J. 
George VV. 
William J. 
Andrew W. 
Daniel F. 
John J. 
Frank J. 
Emery J. 
Robert E. 
James W. 
Saverio 
Frank 
Walter T. 
Alfred S. 
Walter R. 
Seth E. 
William D. 
Emile 
Edward A. 
Neil 

Richard J. 
William E. 
Robert N. 
John 
John J. 
Charles H. 
Merrill W. 
Antonio 
Herbert A. 
Oliver B. 
Joseph A. 
Michael J. 
August L. 
John F. 
Claude C. 
Robert E. 
Arthur H. 



27 Faulkner st., D. D. , 
58 Thomas pk. , 

114 West St., H. P., 
201 Hamilton St., Camb. , 
842 Fifth St., 
88 South St., Northboro, 

6 Beacon st. , 
91 Maple St. , 

302 Maverick at., 

73 Arlington st., B. D. , 
438 Fifth St., 

18 Sheldon st., Roslindale 
117 Dale St., Roxbury, 

460 Bennington st. , 
428 Frankfort st., E. B.. 
29 Mountain av., D. D. , 
62 Payerweather st., Camb,, 
32 Chester rd. , Belmont, 
159 St. Botolph St., 

28 Oakdale st., J. P., 
259 Webster st., E. B., 

49 Ocean St., Atlantic, 

93 Medford st., Arlington, 
112 Huntington av., 
330 Dartmouth st., 

19 Union St., D. D. , 
36 Bromfield st. , 

12c Village av., Dedham, 
361 Beacon st., Somerville, 

52 Main st., Somerville, 

32 Neponset st., D. D. , 

136 Stoughton St., 

88 High St., C. D., 

69 Warwick st. , 
434 Chelsea st., E. B. , 
5 Spring Park av., 
1 Wakullah st. , 

7 Healey st. , Roxbury, 
7 Whitten st. , D. D. . 

10 Empire st., B, D.., 
131 Dudley st. , Roxbury, 
718 E. Second st. , 

44 Kenton rd. , J. P. , 
House of Correction, 
152 Perkins st., Som. , 
224 Northampton st., 

50 Conwell av., Som., 



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BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Appne. Rejected - contd. 



Hutchinson, 

Innis, 

Kane, 

Kennedy, 

Kenney, 

Kennedy, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Lane , 

Langmaid, 

Lebherz, 

Lucaeh, 

Locklin, 

Lyons, 

Lyons, 

McCann, 

McCarthy, 

McDermott, 

McDevitt, 

McManus, 

McLaughlin, 

McLaughlin, 

Marco, 

Model 1, 

Moore, 

Mortimer, 

Mosig, 

Mulkern, 

Murphy, 

Murphy , 

Musgrave, 

Mus grave, 

Neal, 

Neal, 

Norcross, 

Oceanick, 

Ochs, 

O'Keefe, 

Olson, 

O'Loughlin, 

Osh, 

0' Toole, 

Panosian, 

Finanski, 

Podolski, 

Powell, 



Thomas W. 
Robert I. 
Martin 
Warren E. 
William 
William J. 
Prank E. 
Fred P. 
J. Royal 
Bertelle L. 
Frank V/. L. 
Jacob J. 
Michael 0. 
William 
John J. 
William P. 
Robert 
Turner E. 
Thomas J. 
Patrick 
Michael 
Owen 

Stephen F. 
Philip 
Samuel J. 
George C. 
Joseph 
Adolf E. B. 
Michael J. 
John 
John 

William E. 
William E. Jr, 
Ernest B. 
Harold B. 
George R. 
Nathan M. 
Joseph 
Edward C. 
John A. 
Martin J. 
John 
Martin 
Charles S. 
Samuel 
William A. 
Benjamin T. 



9 
106 

257 

11 

1745 

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53 
37 
33 

73 
4 
126 
81 
55 
25 



Jones ct., Newton, 
Bayswater st., 
E. Ninth St. , 
Sayward st. , D. D. , 
Dorchester av. , 
Pleasant st., D. D. 
Oakview ter. , J. P. 



P. 



D. 



Dunster rd. , J. 
Long av. , B. D. 
Wachusett st., 
Dorchester st. , 
Arcadia pk. , D. 
Elm St. , C. D. , 
Gainsborough st.. 
Harbor View st. , 
Romsey st. , D. D. , 
116 Keyes st. , 
107 Bellingham st., Chelsea, 
158 South St. , J. P. , 
9 Trenton st. , C. D. , 
21 Hewes St., Camb. , 

Washington st., C. D. , 
Adams st., D. D. , 
Adams st. , D. D. , 
Wyoming st., Roxbury, 
Massachusetts av., 
E. Second st., 
Day St. , 
Vale St., 
Roach St. , D. D. , 
Middle St., S. B., 
Carlton st. , Som. , 
Carlton st. , Som. , 
Washington st. , 
Weld Hill St., 
Elder St. , D. D. , 
Robinwood av. , 
Train st. , D. D. , 
Knowlton st. , 
Columbia rd. , 
L St. , 

Glade av. , J. P. , 
Carson st. , D. D. , 
Malta St., Mattapan, 
Humboldt av. , 
M St. , 
Cambridge st. , 



42 

469 

97 

496 

715 
128 
18 
20 
48 
11 
11 
3529 

73 
35 

J^ 

8 

1662 

229 

21 

5 

43 

278 

101 

252 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUKE 2, I919. 



Contd. 



665 



Revolver Appns. Rejected - concluded. 



Price, 

Rand, 

Rash, 

Renault, 

Robinson, 

Rosenf ield, 

Russell, 

LaScola, 

Snow, 

Spaulding, 

Sullivan, 

Tay, 

Tebbetts, 

Thomas, 

Veader, 

Weil. 

Wentworth, 

Wood, 

Wood, 

York, 

Young, 

Zimmerinan, 



William T. 
Charles T. 
Nelson G. 
John B. 
Nathaniel ( 
A. Lewis 
John S. 
Onofrio 
James 
Albert W. 
Florence 
Herman S. 
George W. 
Leslie M. 
Anthony S. 
Victor M. 
Edwin B. 
George 0. 
William 
Nelson P. 
Israel H. 
Ernest 



D. 



569 Massachusetts av., 
185 Hamilton at., Camb., 

16 Claybourne st. , D. L. 
130 Willow av. , W. Som., 

21 Mt. Pleasant av.. 
541 Commonwealth av 

32 Dickens st. , D. 

44 Oneida st. , 
3529 Washington st., 

74 Cleveland st.. Linden, 
257 E. Ninth st., 
109 Myrtle st. , 

36 Sumner st. , D. D. , 

14 Arlington st., Lynn, 
204 Lexington st. , 
380 Riverway, 

7 Dartmouth st., Sora. , 
333 Park St. , 
125 Blue Hill av., 

48 Pinck ney st. , 

24 Everett st., B. D. , 
2 Daye ct., Cambridge. 



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



Bray ton, 
Ginsberg, 
Kaufman, 
Van Dam, 

Morris, 

Russell, 

Sime, 

Sweeney, 

Weiler, 



Kirk L. 
Samuel 
Joseph \V. 
Mark & Joseph 

Henry G. 
Edwin R. & 
Allan D. 
Joseph A. 
Jason & Sons 



191 Massachusetts av., 
115 Leverett st., 
208 Broadway, 

as Marks & Avery, 
258 Washington st., 
373 Washington st. , 

as Russell & Sime, 
373 Washington st., 
564 "A" Columbia rd., 
376 Washington st. 



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666 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph D. Binder for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 468 Main street was rejected. 



On the application of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, the following named persons 
were appointed Special Police Officers for duty in and about the 
premises of Rowe's Wharf and the boats owned or operated by said 
company in Boston Harbor for the year ending March 31, 1920. 

Martin F. Cavanagh, 
Andrew P. O'Brien. 



On the application of Edward A. Church, Chairman of the 
Pastoral Committee, Charles A. Jones was appointed a Special Police 
j Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Church of the 
, Disciples located at the corner of Jersey and Peterborough streets 
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. 



Pallis, 
Wheeler, 
Hardy, 
Sweeney, 



Thomas 
Charles E 
Louis B. 
William C. 



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Appointed. 

May 26, 1919. 

" 27. 1919. 
•• 28, 1919. 



The application of Patrolman Patrick Keane of Division 2 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Nine and 2/100 (9.02) Dollars, being 
the cost of cloth and stripes for new trousers to replace a pair 
torn while arresting Arthur Promell for drunkenness on May 12, 
current, was granted. 



667 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, JUIIE 2, 1^19 ■ 



Concluded, 



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

Blue Hill av., 
"B" Dudley st., 
Dudley st. , 
Washington st. , 
Dudley st., 
E. Broadway, 
Cottage St., 
Harrison av. , 
Dock sq. , 
Blue Hill av. , 
Blue Hill av., 
Warren st. 



Chadwick, 


Simeon J. 


1173 


Cocomazz, 


Michael 


693 


Cunio, 


Frank A. 


777 


Homsy, 


Joseph K. 


3p 


Mantho, 


James M. 




Paino, 


John & Co. 


631 


Pallidino, 


Giovanni, 


79 


Shemhoun, 


£lias 


101 


Spero, 


Harry 


22i 


Treska, 


peter L. 


227 


Walk Hill 


Garage Co. 


1362 


Walnut Av. 


Garage Inc. 


162-168 



The application of Harry Rifchin for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 468 West Broadway was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason 
that a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



Patrolman Joseph W. Gaughen, who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence November 13, I917, to enter the service of the 
United States Navy, having been placed on inactive duty, returned 
to duty at Station 9 at 5.45 P. M. , June 2, 1919. 



Attest: 




Chief Cler 



668 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, June 3, I919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

Former Reserveruan William J. Kelly, who resigned May 27, 
1918, to enter the military service of the United States, having 
filed the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in the 
Department as a Patrolman and assigned to Division 7» to take 
effect Tuesday, June 3, I919, at 5.4-5 o'clock, P. M. 



A contract was made with the New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to install in the premises #3^ Chester street, 
Brighton, residence of Captain Perley S. Skillings, a telephone 
station connected with its Brighton Exchange with the right of 80 
calls per month at the rate of $4. per month with a discount of 
33-I/3 per cent. 



The application of Frank A. Abbott, 83 St. Botolph 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2362 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The application of John J. Phelan, 2 St. Mary's court, 
Brookline, for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License 
#1495 was granted. 



669 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUKE 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of George Roland for a license #139>350 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 89 Heath street 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919' 



The apiplication of Joseph S. Chapman for a transfer of 
his license #50i^32 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 250 Woodrow avenue to a garage at II9 Portland street 
was granted. 



The application of William C. Card & Company by Ernest C. 
Card for a Hand Cart License #79 to locate in front of 15 Linden 
Park street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



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



Maradar , 
Polotnick, 



Philip 
Abraham 



1 Calvert pi. , 
16 Glenwood st. 



The application of Austin T. White, President, and 
Richard Bigelow, Assistant Treasurer, as Richards & Company, Inc., 

for a Jui.nk "^ "- ^" -" '^'^'^ -•' * " '''^ 

for the year 

is not to' "be sold or transferred. 



selow. Assistant Treasurer, as Richards & Company, Inc., 
Shop Keeper's License at 200 Causeway street was granted 
Jar ending April 30, 1920, on condition that said license 



670 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JUNE 3, I919, 



Contd. 



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

Libia Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by John 
DiNardi, 184-1 River street, Hyde Park, - to parade with the St. 
Antony Di Padova Society, to have an anniversary celebration, on 
Sunday, June 15, current, at 3 P« ^' 

Route: Prom Dedham Line to River and Business streets to 
Everett square. 

Polish Kakow and other bands, consisting of one hundred fifty 
musicians, by Roman P, Welzant, 40 Court street, - to parade with 
the National Polish Departiaent of America to hold a meeting in 
Symphony Hall on Sunday, June 8, current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: Form in Hayraarket square thence via Washington street 
to Hanover street, Scollay square, Tremont, Boylston streets, and 
Huntington avenue to Symphony Hall. Permission is granted to 
march from Symphony Hall via Huntington avenue and Boylston street 
to the Common if an overflow meeting is deemed necessary by the 
parading organization. 

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Gerardo D. Rumma on Wednesday, June 4, current, from 
9.30 to 11 a. ra. 

Route: From 470 Commercial street to Hanover, Charter, Salem 
and Prince streets to North Square Church; thence North, Battery, 
Hanover, Prince and Endicott streets to Hanover street. 



The applications of the following named persons to be 
appointed Private Detectives were granted for the year ending June 
3. 1920. 



*Duke, 
Parker, 



William F. 
Jefferson H. 
♦reappointed. 



96 Huntington av, 
1 Davis St. , 



BOSTOH, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons, approved 
"by Charles Skentelbery, General Manager, Warren Transportation 
Company, for licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this 
Commonwealth were granted for the year ending May 3I1 1920. 



Morgensen, 
Percy, 
Smith, 
Smith, 



Wal ter ) 
Jordan G. ( 
Anthony J. ( 
William H. ) 



35 Congress st. , 
107 Bellingham st. Chelsea, 
35 Congress st., 
35 Congress st. 



671 



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

D. 



Adams , 


Bertram E. 


45 Strathmore rd. , B. 


Anastasi, 


Sebastian 


43 Walter st., Som. , 


Podale, 


Giuseppe R. 


33 Pitts St., 


Frenzo, 


Nicholas A. 


244 Cambridge st., 


Hutchins, 


Basil P. 


799 Tremont st.. 


Rittenburg, 


Joseph 


103 Waumbeck st.. 


Whitlock, 


Julius L. 


141 Milk St. 



On the application of the Nantasket Steamboat Company by 
Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, Daniel A. Carey was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of Rowe's Wharf 
and the boats owned or operated by said company in Boston Harbor for 
the year ending March 3I, 1920. 



672 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUKE 3, I9I9. 



Contd. 



On the application of The Trustees of the Public Library 
of the City of Boston by Charles F. D. Bel den. Librarian, approved 
by His Honor the Mayor, Robert A. Powers was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Uorth End 
Branch located at 3 "A" North Bennet street for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 



On the application of H. I. Wasserman, Manager, David W. 
Riley was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Eagle Theatre located at 2225-2231 Washington 
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. 



Connelly, 
Cavanagh, 



Charles 

Martin F. 



Appointed. 

March 31, 1919, 
June 2, 1919. 



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: 



2358 TOiitcorab, 

1074 Hanson, 

1157 Joyce, 

1236 Gay. 

1807 Hamilton, 

2386 Brown, 

2585 Jepson, 

2469 Bergman, 

4370 Nelson, 

1842 Caswell, 

1746 Dugan, 

1864 Meltzer, 

2330 Silverman, 



Myron L. 
Howland W. 
Patrick J. 
John J. 
George A. 
Chester F. 
Frank C. 
Jacob L. 
Homer T. 
David F. 
Alfred G. 
Nathan 
Solomon 



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BOSTOK, TUESDAY, JUIIB 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



Boston Slevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



3586 Moore, 

3483 Goldie, 

1872 Coffey, 

1283 Curley, 

1759 Breen, 

1805 Wentworth, 

1442 Powers, 

1763 Baker, 

2141 Rich, 

3502 Harris, 

4418 Abbott. 

1875 McFarland, 

2889 Nickerson, 

1048 McKinnon, 

2357 Agnew, 

4145 Pelch, 

4473 Garrigan, 

0275 Richard, 

1523 Howe, 

2111 Smith, 

4216 Benson, 

4086 Curtis, 

1346 Hall, 

4299 Porsythe, 

1771 Hart, 

1036 Moran, 

1380 Treat, 



Walter L. 
John C. D. 
James 
John H. 
Bertram G. 
Clarence S. 
John 

Franklin M. 
Warren K. 
George B. 
Harry E. 
Pearl E. 
Gordon P. 
Harry T. 
John J. 
Lewis E. 

John L. 
Arthur H. 
Michael T. 
John E, 
Harry 
Samuel 
August 
James T. 
John A. 
James 
Albert 



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



C7516 Brown, Edward M. 
C35352 Stinehour, Milton S. 



305 Ashland st. , 
20 Hooker st. 



674 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUIOS 3, I919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas Delahunt of Division 
3 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing June 3, 
current, on account of the death of his father-in-law iras granted 
without pay. 



Attest: 



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Chief CI 



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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIiMISSIOlIER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, June 4, 1919 • 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Carroll E. Thomas et al for a charter 
as The Railway Club, Incorporated, for promoting education; main- 
taining a library and providing literary entertainment and recrea- 
tion for its members; and for buying, renting or leasing real 
estate necessary for said purposes; to be located at 2o Yarmouth 
street. 



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



675 



2363 Gorham, 
1136 Gustafson, 
348 Hurley, 



William H. 
Bruno K. F. 
William F. 



19 St. Germain st. , 
147 Prospect St., Cambridge, 
7 E. Cottage st. 



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



130,829 Gaines, Daniel F. 
O658E Hurley, William F. 



in a garage at 

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36 Warren st. , C. D. , 
350 Dudley st. 



676 



BOSTON, WEDHBSDAY, JUKE 4, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Henry A. Bodkins for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 18I Coleridge street was granted for the 
year ending April 30, 1920, on condition that said license is not 
to be sold or transferred, and that the licensee shall deal only 
in old rope and cordage. 



The application of Philip Pearlraan for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from 8 Parnham street to 7 Parnham 
street was rejected. 



The application of the Salvation Array Band, consisting 
of twenty-five musicians, by John Parkins, 42 Saratoga street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade on Wednesday, June 4, 
current, at 7 P« m*. was granted. 

Route: From Maverick square to Meridian street, Central 
square and Saratoga street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, 1920. 



Burr, 
Clay, 



Dirksraeier, 
Polkins, 



Lang, 
McGovern, 



Levi 3 Wallace ct., C. D. , 

Harold A. 5 Henshaw ter . , W. R. , 

approved by K. H. Durkee, Treasurer, Boston 

Penny Savings Bank, 1375 Washington st., 
Andrew L. 59 Homes av., D. D. , 

approved by C. P. Adams, Treasurer, John T. 

Connor Company, 
Pred C. 63 Myrtle st. , 

approved by I. M. Chappie, Treasurer, Chappie 

Publishing Co., Dorchester av . , 
John A. 33 Pairview st., Ros., 

John T. 274 Bowdoin st., D. D., 

approved by John A. Penno, Superintendent, 
Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad, E. B. , 



677 



BOSTON, WEDliJESDAY, JUKE 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Richardson, 



Silk, 
Van Wart, 



Herbert A. 195 Ashmont st., Ashmont, 
approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Terminal Division, Boston & Maine Railroad, 
Joseph 131 Lamartine st,, 

Frank L. 22 Cross st., C. D. , 

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



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



Hauck, 
Maffei, 
Ma thus. 



James J. 

Salvatore 

John 



736 seventh st., 

647 Saratoga st. 

23 Juliette St. 



D. D. 



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



Appointed May 26, 1919. 



Barry, 

Austin, 

Connolly, 

Devlin, 

Henderson, 

Maguire, 



Bat" clay, 
Bel anger, 
BreiUnan, 



William H. 
Arthur E. 
Thomas 
Charles F. 
William H. 
Thomas F. 
Sullivan, 



Mellynn, 
McLaughlin, 
' Meara , 
Rasmus sen, 
Searle, 
Shea, 
William 



Appointed May 27, 1919- 



Alexander 
Napoleon 
Thomas £. 



Burns , 
Burns , 
Cadogan, 



John J. 
Patrick J. 
Eugene E. 
Ross E. 
Walter C. 
John J. 



Edward T. 
Lawrence E. 
John D. 



678 



BOSTON, WEDHESDAY, JUNE 4, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 



Caffrey, 

Carpenter, 

Connor, 

Creedon, 

Curren, 

Cutting, 

Dolan, 

Donovan, 

Dooley, 

Finley, 

Fitzgerald, 

Gordon, 

GraffaiTi, 

Grant, 

Guiney, 

Heraey, 

Holmes, 



Curtin, 
Doolin, 



Appointed May 27, 1919, - concluded. 



Charles P. 
Jeremiah 
Walter T. 
Jeremiah E. 
Patrick J. 
Henry M. 
Thomas F. 
John 
Thomas 
John A. 
Thomas F. 
John W. 
Herbert H. 
John B. 
William 
George W. 
Austin H. 
White, 



Johnson, 
Leahey , 
Linton, 
Mackey, 
McGonigle, 
Mclsaac, 
Monahan, 
0' Grady, 
O'Meara, 
Plunkett, 
Power, 
(^ualters, 
Reardon, 
Scharff, 
Sheehan, 
Silverman, 
Toland, 
Fred H. 



Appointed May 29, I919. 



Crosby, 
William H. 
Charles H. 

Verderico, 



Thomas F. 
Kearns, 

Maguire, 
Michael 



Carl H. 
James E. 
William E. 
James F. 
Daniel 
Alex 

Thomas F. 
John S. 
James H. 
Thomas W. 
Patrick G. 
Richard J. 
George J. 
George P. 
John F. 
Carl 
John I. 



Andrew J. 
Joseph G, 



The applications of the Rawding Auto Bus Line, Inc., by 
Clarence Rawding for a transfer of its licenses to set up and use 
Sight-Seeing Automobiles were granted :- 



B27023I from a garage at 

B27025r to « " " 

B27024 from <» « •• 

to " " " 



440 Commercial St., 
119 Portland st. , 
440 Commercial St., 
20 Custom House st. 



679 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, I919. 



Concluded. 



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

Sergeant James J. Cratty of Division 8, one day, commencing 
June 5. current, to attend his daughter's wedding. 

Patrolman Isaac T. Myers of Division 17, three days, comraencing 
June 4, current, to attend the funeral of his sister-in-law at 
Quebec. 



The application of Patrolman Samuel C. Hutchins of Divi- 
sion 9 to be reimbursed in the sum of Twenty-four (24) Dollars, 
being the amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account 
of injuries received in the May Day riot, 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 ;- 



Samuel 



Abrarason, 
Barkas & Tergis 
Boston Fruit Company 



Del Papa, 

Zamo, 

Federal Oil Co, 

Mead, 

Monroe, 

Munson & McKenne 

Russell, 

Basso, 

Sardina, 

Wilson & Company 



t 



William &] 
Angel 

of Massachusetts 
J. D. A Co. 
Luke M. 



W. G. & H. C. 

Carlo 

Giuseppe 



191-193 North St., 

50 Commercial st., 
74 Commercial st., 
77A Dudley street. 

100 Washington st. North., 

38 Clinton st., 
106 Clinton st., 

60 Clinton St. , 
139 Portlandst., 

3 Prince st. , 
123 Richmond at., 

19 Commercial st. 



The application of Domenico Pisano for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 7 North square was returned to 
the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that a 
stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



Attest: 



Chief Cl^t-J 



680 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pernberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, June 5. 1919* 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill two vacancies in the 
position of gasolene engineers for the Police Launch for four 
months - June 15 to October 15. 1919, - with pay at the rate of 
Thirteen Hundred (13OO) Dollars per annum. 



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

143 Arlington st., 
108 Stoughton St., D. D., 
1010 Boylston at. , 
12 Mead st. , B. D. , 
68 Pond St., So. Weymouth. 



2366 


Avery, 


Charles D. 


2364- 


Reynolds, 


Lawrence J 


1398 


Bray ton. 


Gordon R. 


2365 


Far i no. 


Cesidio C. 


111 


Reed, 


Robert 



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« 

136,412 Farino, Cesidio C. in a garage at 298 No. Harvard st., 
140,075 Reynolds, Lawrence J. " " " " 310 Columbia rd. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, jmJE 5, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph W. Jordan for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #63,276 in front of 958 Tremont 
street was granted. 



The application of Alexander M, Muda for a transfer of 
his license /fl03,029 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 21 Hawkins street to a garage at II9 Portland street 
was granted. 



681 



The application of Harry Spiegel, 8 Hunneraan street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of Edward Carroll for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from 5 Middlesex street to 425 Ruther- 
ford avenue was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons to be 
reappointed Private Detectives were granted for the year ending 
June 5, 1920. 



Dawson, 
Gilmore, 



Abraham 
James W. 



77 Highland st., 
11 Alleghany st. 



682 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUKE 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, I920. 



Brown, 
uole, 

Holmes, 

Horton, 

Knight, 

MacKillop, 

McGilvray, 

Mclntire, 

Mown , 

New comb, 

Rowell, 

Small, 

Sargent, 

Shirley, 



Coghlan, 



Daly, 

Hayes, 

Rafferty, 



Gray, 
Hogan, 



Lamb , 
Latham, 

Lawrence, 

Lewis, 

Litchfield, 



MacDonald, 
iicCarthy, 



Robert M. 
Harry G. 
George F. 
George B. 
H. N. 
Allan D. 
Arthur 
ueorge A. 
Frederick 
George E. 
Walter L. 
George F. 
Milton u. 



N, 



Jr. 



68 Pearl st., Reading, 
38 Porter st. , Maiden, 
11 Florence av., Revere, 
96 Ash St., Waltham, 
86 Gainsboro st., 
54 Orange st. , Reading, 

285 Tremont St., 
63 Fenno st.. Revere, 
31 Walnut St., Soraerville, 
20 Alexander av., Medford, 
6 Mineral st., Reading, 

300 Franklin st., Melrose, 
22 Prospect ter., Maiden, 
15 Eustis St., Chelsea, 



Clarence J. 

approved by M. 0. Sargent, Chief of Police, 

Boston & Maine Railroad, Boston, 
Francis J. 21 Rindge av . , E.Lexington, 

approved by M. P. Barber Jr., Agent, Boston & 

Maine Railroad, 
Thomas ) 123 Hudson st., Somerville, 
Patrick ( 14 Westford st., B. D. , 

James ) 21 Speedwell St., D. D., 

approved by J. R. Hammill, Superintendent, 

Boston & Albany Railroad, Boston, 
Ellen W. 126 Commonwealth av., 

William F. 105 Boston st., 
approved by John J. Regan, President, 
Daniel Russell Boiler Works, Inc., 



Arnold J. 
Ernest I. 
a.pproved by 
Stanley M. 
approved by T. 
State Street 
Edwin 
approved by J. 



John F. B. 
approved by Samuel 
R. H. V/hite 
Henry P. 
John T. 
approved by Joseph 



142 Eradstreet av.. Revere, 
15 Aberdeen st. , 
A. L. Eastman, 838 Beacon st. , 

322 Hyde Park av.. J. P., 
B. Gordon, Ass • t Secretary, 
Trust Company, 

20 Webster st. , Sora. , 
I. Shultz, Supt. , Lehigh & 
Wilkes-Barre Coal Company, 
75 St. Mary's St., 
L. Carr, Treasurer, 
Company, 
50 Congress st., 
19 Marlborough st., 
J. Smith, Superintendent, 



Loose-Wiles Biscuit company, 



683 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JUKE 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



McElroy, 


John M. 






12 Haviland st. , 




approved by 


D. 


Matheson, Supt. , 416 Marlboro st. 


Mcintosh, 


Walter L. 






29 V/estover st., W. R. , 




approved by 


G. 


M. 


King, Ass't Treas., S. A. 
Woods Machine Company, 


Prescott, 


William J. 






14 Dawes st. , D. D. , 


Reeve, 


Ray H. 






l6 Buckminster st., B. D. , 


Bugg, 


Frederic Y/. 






11 Abbotsford st. , 


Scribner, 


Norval J. 






41 Sheffield rd. , 


Seabur y , 


Frank 






845 Boylston St. , 


Stohn, 


Carl F. 






260 Metropolitan av.. 




approved by 


F. 


A. 


Dakin, Manager, Bradlee st., 

Hyde Park, 


Sullivan, 


William 






74 Blue Hill av.. 


Watts, 


William B. 






90 Fenway st. , 


Webb, 


James A. 






407 V^ashington st., B. D. , 




approved by 


C. 


i^'. 


Rohler, Rivett Lathe & 



Grinder Co., Brighton. 



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



Cantella, 

D* Ami CO, 

De Francesco, 

Goldstein, 

Hessel, 

Jerome, 

LaMarca, 

Lopresty , 

Seminara, 



Michele 

Matteo 

Frank 

Hyman 

Max L. 

Dominic 

Gaetano 

John 

Giuseppe 



92 Prince st. , 
45 Saxton St. , 
4 Brown St., Roxbury, 
7 Wilcox St. 
30 Dolphin av 
18 Harris st. 
690 Adams st. , 
455 Hanover st. , 
690 Adams st. , D. D. 



, D. D., 

. , Beachmont, 

D. D. . 



684 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



Jefferson H. Parker, appointed June 3» current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



On the application of E. Joseph Eurke, Acting Pastor, 
Patrick J. McGorraack was appointed a Special Police Officer for 
duty in and about the premises of St. Anthony's Church and St. 
Anthony's Hall located on Holton street, Brighton for the year 
ending March 3I, 1920. 



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



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



Division 1. 



1603 

I6O0 

1611 

1613 

1616 

1617 

1623 

162^ 

1632 

1639 



Brennan, Michael J. 



Covillo, John 
Duffy, James A. 



in front of 186 Endicott st. , 



" a stable at 
" front of 



337 North St. , 
107 Washington st. , 
North. 



685 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JUlffi 5. 191^. 



Gontd. 



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



Ely. 

Boston, 

Connor, 

Connors, 

Bowling, 

Flaherty, 

Galletly, 

Kavanagh, 



Appointed May 26, I919. 



Edgar J . 
Joseph P. 
Michael J. 
Edward F. 
Daniel F. 
Bartholomew 
John R. 
John 

Tucker, 



M. 



John H. J. 



Knapp, 

Meehan, 

Miles, 

Moran, 

McAuliffe, 

McDonald, 

Novak, 

O'Brien, 



Appointed May 27, I919. 

Simmons, William B. 



George W. 

Joseph D. 
William C. 
James 
Frank F. 
Donald A. 
Frank C. 
John F. 



The application of Patrolman Edward A. Dever of Division 
2 for permission to leave the city occasionally during the summer 
season - June 9 to October 30, current, - to visit his family at 
Hough's Keck, ^"incy, was granted. 



The application of Sergeant William P. Gaffney of 
Division 3 for permission to leave the city twice a week for thirty 
days, commencing June 5i current, to visit his children who are 
living in Winthrop while his wife is in the Boston City Hospital 
was granted. 



686 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JUME 5, 1919. 



Contd, 



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



Patrol. 


Ole Andreasen, 


Div. 


1. 


6 


days. 


H 


Andrew J. Wlddup, 


II 


1. 


3 


II 


H 


Chester J. Shaw, 


II 


2. 


3 


11 


Sergeant 


Michael Sullivan, 


II 


2, 


3 


•1 


Patrol. 


Charles H. Bullock, 


It 


4. 


80 


II 


n 


George M. Kilduff, 


II 


4, 


3 


II 


tt 


Patrick P. Grant, 


II 


5, 


3 


It 


« 


James M. King, 


n 


5, 


2 


It 


N 


Florence Shea, 


N 


5. 


6 


II 


N 


James E. Toland, 


N 


5. 


9 


H 


H 


William A. Donahoe, 


n 


^ 


3 


n 


H 


Peter P. Golden, 


« 


6. 


3 


II 


II 


James P. Kirley, 


II 


6. 


30 


It 


•1 


John L. Molineaux, 


II 


6. 


14 


It 


H 


John E. Powers, 


H 


6. 


32 


11 


M 


George H. Greer, 


II 


7. 


3 


II 


II 


Frank H. Lynch, 


II 


7. 


3 


II 


tt 


Adolf F. Buttercart, 


H 


9. 


b 


II 


H 


Samuel C. Hutchins, 


n 


9. 


6 


II 


N 


Frederick J. Thorn, 


It 


9. 


3 


II 


U 


Charles M. Tighe, 


II 


9. 


3 


II 


H 


Edward F. Byrne, 


N 


10, 


3 


II 


« 


Michael J. Hartnett 


11 


10. 


3 


H 


H 


Arthur F. Shea, 


II 


10, 


6 


II 


H 


Thomas J. Crocker, 


II 


12, 


8 


II 


n 


John H. Sullivan, 


II 


12, 


7 


It 


n 


John A. Gonnare, 


II 


14, 


7 


It 


H 


Elkana V/. D. LeBlanc, " 


14. 


6 


It 


Sergeant 


Michael J. Muldoon, 


II 


1^. 


} 


N 


Patrol . 


Maurice P. Ryan, 


II 


14. 


l6 


II 


Captain 


Michael J. Goff, 


II 


^?' 


2 


N 


Patrol. 


Jamee A. Burns, 


It 


16. 


3 


II 


II 


Joseph J. 1/Iaguirti, 


II 


16. 


3 


II 


Inspector 


Walker A. Smith, 


B. C 


. I. 


3 


H 



$1087.22 



687 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUKE 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Patrol. 

H 
M 

n 

N 
If 
H 
II 
N 
H 
N 
H 
N 
II 

n 

H 
N 

' m 

N 

N 
H 
N 
N 

n 

N 

n 

H 

Sergeant 

Lieut. 

Patrol. 



Sergeant 

Patrol. 
« 

n 

n 

Sergeant 

Patrol. 
II 

Inspector 



Austin G. Durham, 
Francis X. McCarthy, 
Fred W. Horgan, 
George T. McGuire, 
Richard B. Davis, 
John E. Driver, 
Arthur F. Marston, 
William F. Murray, 
James F. Silva, 
Michael Lynch, 
William J. Higgins, 
George C. Gallop, 
Cadigan, 
Crowley, 
A. Dawson, 



J. 
A. 

W. 



Joseph 
Daniel 
George 
John F. Smith, 
Edward A. Burke, 
Charles S. Crowley, 
John C. Spillane, 
John L. Gallagher, 
Frank H, Lynch, 
Andrew A. Murphy, 
Joseph A. Hanson, 
Michael Casey, 
Daniel Collins, 
George L. Fenderson, 
John Buckley, 
John K. Sweeney, 
John V/. Riordan, 
Walter B. King, 
John Armstrong, 
John E. Cassidy, 
Joseph W. Comerford, 
John J. Delaney, 
William H. Morris, 
Isaac T. Myers, 
James J. Mull in, 
John V. Foley, 
Charles W. Gray, 
Fred W. Sonneman, 
Walter A. Capron, 
Morris Wolf, 



Div. 


1. 


4 


days. 


1 7.12 


II 


1, 


30 


H 


41.09 


n 


1, 


18 


H 


34.52 


II 


1, 


30 


n 


36.96 


H 


2, 


7 


tt 


13.42 


n 


2. 


13 


II 


24.93 


H 


2, 


7 


It 


13.42 


n 


2. 


2 


II 


3.56 


H 


2. 


2 


II 


3.29 


II 


3. 


7 


II 


13.42 


n 


4, 


2 


n 


3.83 


II 


4, 


4 


n 


7.67 


n 


5. 


13 


H 


24.93 


M 


5. 


2 


n 


9.59 


II 


5, 


6 


•1 


11.50 


II 


5. 


19 


It 


33.83 


n 


6. 


14 


n 


26.85 , 


II 


6. 


2 


II 


2.74 1 


II 


6. 


30 


H 


49.31 


II 


7. 


26 


II 


49.86 


n 


7. 


10 


N 


13.69 1 


H 


7, 


3 


n 


5.75 


It 


9. 


2 


II 


2.74 


M 


11. 


5 


H 


9.59 


II 


11. 


6 


M 


11.50 


II 


11, 


39 


II 


57-53 


M 


12, 


16 


It 


30.68 


H 


12. 


8 


It 


19.18 


II 


13. 


13 


It 


35.61 


•I 


13. 


2 


II 


3.84 


n 


14, 


7 


H 


13.42 


H 


^^ 


30 


It 


57.53 


II 


16, 


30 


II 


65.67 


II 


16. 


9 


II 


17.26 


It 


17. 


14 


II 


26.85 


II 


17. 


7 


II 


13.42 


II 


17. 


7 


n 


13.42 


II 


19. 


16 


H 


38.35 


II 


19, 


30 


II 


57.53 


C. P 


• • 


9 


II 


17.26 


S. S 


• » 


1 


II 


2.06 


B. C 


. I. 


11 


H 


30.13 



1954.84 



688 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUME 5, I919. 



Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending June 5. current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



153.276.86 
666.50 
501.49 
199.42 

63.85 
$54,708.12 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOlffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, June 6, 191^. 



689 



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 :- 

The Civil Service Commission will hold a competitive exam-; 
ination of the Sergeants in the Boston Police Department for promo- 
tion to the grade of Lieutenant, on Friday, June 27, 19^9. ^^ Room 
15, State House, the hour of examination to be announced later, and 
all Sergeants who have served for three years in that grade, except 
those attached to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, will be 
eligible for same. Sergeants serving in the Bureau of Criminal 
Investigation are not eligible for this examination. 

Application blanks may be obtained at the Office of the 
Civil Service Commission, Rooms I46-I52, State House, and Sergeants 
desirous of taking this examination are directed to obtain, fill out 
properly, and return to the Civil Service Commission said applica- 
tion blanks at the earliest opportunity. Each applicant will 
receive from the Civil Service Commission a set of experience sheets 
about six days before the examination is to occur. , 

In stations where all the Sergeants will take this 
examination, Commanding Officers will niake arrangements so that said 
Sergeants may be given the time for the examination. This can be 
done by detailing a long day Lieutenant if necessary. 



The application of Clarence E. Dussault, Paul A. Curtis, 
Charles Nickerson and Joseph Hendricks for an Amusement License to 
have a dancing party in the Allston Dansant located at 138 Brighton 
avenue on Monday evening, June 16, current, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



690 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUME 6, l^iy. 



Contd. 



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



423 Campana, 

2372 Gavagan, 

2368 Hennessey, 
2371 Kelley, 
2367 Mahon, 
2370 Nolan, 
1507 Nutile, 

2369 Reynolds, 



Salvatore E. 
John R. 
Charles L. 
Timothy E. 
John J. 
Prank 
Vincent 
Robert F. 



185 Cambridge st., 
51 Maple St., Needham, 
04 Staniford st., 

115 Warwick st. , 
20 St. Germain st., 
20 V/ard St., 
12 Bennet st. , 
6 Hubert st. 



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



123,010 Kelly, Timothy E. 

140,052 Mahon, John J. 

142,717 McKenna, Richard H. 

100,9^0 Nutile, Vincent 



in a garage at 

H H H n 



n n 
n n 



21 Hampshire st., 
365 Newbury st. , 

17 Clarendon st., 
119 Portland st. 



The application of William L. McLean for a special 
stand for his Hackney Carriage License #76,098 on Northfield 
street, north corner of Treniont street was granted. 



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

Circus Band, consisting of seventy-five musicians, by W. L. 
Carr, 221 Institute place, Chicago, Illinois, - to parade with 
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey's Circus on Monday, June 9. 
current, at 9. 30 a. m. 



7 . _5U iX, ill. 

Route; From the show grounds on Huntington avenue thence 
Huntington, Llassachuaetts and Columbus avenues, Eliot, Tremont, 
Park, Beacon and Charles streets, Boylston street (south side), 
and Huntington avenue to the starting point. 



via 



691 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUIME 6, l^l?. 



Contd. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

General Diaz Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Generoso Rossi, 353 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral 
procession of the late Caterina Mandola on Sunday, June 8, current, 
at 1 p. m. 

Route: From 4C Cross street thence via Hanover, Prince, Salem, 
Charter, Hanover, Fleet, 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 Maria DiGiorgio on Friday, June 6, current, from 2 to 
3.3c p. m. 

Route; From 40 Fleet street thence via North, Battery, Hanover 
Prince, Hanover, Fleet, North, Richmond and Hanover streets to 
Scollay square. 



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



Adams , 

Barrett, 

Beauregard, 

Chandler, 

Crowe, 

DeRose, 

Eastman, 

Gould, 

Head, 

Johnson, 



Fred A. 
Frank L. 
George V/. 
Harry A. 
Terrence 
Charles A. 
Fred A. 
Loren W. 
Ashby S. 
Frank P. 



Lacore, 
Lewi s , 

Livingston, 

Mears, 

McAuliffe, 

Nickerson, 

Vaughan, 

Vaughan, 

Wilbur, 

Wood, 



Charles A. 
William E. 
Daniel T. 
Arthur R. 
Patrick J. 
Robert K. 
Gerald W. 
Percy C. 
James J. 
Hiram J. 



being persons in the employment of said corporation as railroad 
police officers of and for said corporation was acted upon, and 
upon said petition the persons named therein, being persons in the 
employment of said corporation, were appointed police officers to 
act as railroad police officers 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. 



692 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. JUIOS 6, I919. 



Contd. 



William F. Duke, reappointed June 3, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



On information fi 
Division 7 that Michael F. 
dealer in second hand artic 
for violation of Police Rul 
entry in his pawnbroker's r 
Pawnbroker's License and li 
granted to the said Michael 
Border street, East Boston, 



led by Captain James F. Hickey of 
Rosenthal, a licensed pawnbroker and 
les, was in court on June 2, current, 
es, to wit: knowingly making a false 
ecord book on February 17, 1919, the 
cense to deal in Second Hand Articles 
F. Rosenthal on April 30, 1^19, at 33 
were suspended for fourteen days. 



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



Officers. 



Craig, 

McGilvray, 

Williams, 



Coyne, 

Mullen, 



James H. 
Arthur M. 
Arthur F. 



Daniel A. 
Thomas E. 



Employers. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, 

J, D. Tyter, General 
Supt. , premises of said 
railroad located in the 
City of Boston, 
A. F. Washburn, President, 
Unique Theatre, 

700 Vifashirigton st., 
Arthur L. Griffin, Treas., 
Grand Opera House, 
1172 Washington st. 



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



Appointed May 26, 1919. 



Ahern, 
Albee, 



Morris 
Charles R. 



Ford, 
Johnson, 



John D. 
George A. 



G93 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUKE 6, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed May 26, 1919, - concluded. 



Casey, 
Elder, 



Jones, 



Carey, 



Jeremiah F. 
Robert W. 
Rafferty, 



Murray, 
Peacock, 
James J. 



Appointed June 2, I919. 
Charles A. O'Brien, 

Appointed June 3, 1919 • 



Daniel A. 
Riley, 



Powers, 
David W. 



John J. 
Alfred T. 



Andrew F. 



Robert A. 



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



CI5386 Roche, 
CI7043 Woods, 



John A. 
Frank E. 



13 Allen St., 
1298 Commonwealth av, 



The application of Lorenzo Farulla for a Wagon License 
#Bl54-48 to locate in front of 88 Chelsea street, East Boston, was 
granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The application of Sergeant Ibri W. H. Curtis of Division 
8 for permission to leave the city three evenings each week to stay 
with his family at Quincy, was granted. 



iB94 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUHE 6, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



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

6 Fulton St., 
160-162 Liverpool st., 
Charles st. , 
39 Spring st. , 
71 Hanover st., 
180 Chambers st., 
1505 Washington st. 



Armour & 


Company 


DiVito, 




Vincenzo 


Farmakis, 




Tony 


Goldblatt 


t 


Joseph 


McPherson 


Store 


Inc. 


Rutstein, 




Harris 


Thompson, 




George 



Attest; 



Chief Cler 



^fc^ 



695 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOl^TER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, June 7i 1919. 



There was no executive session held today. 



696 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOUER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, June 9, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The following communication was transmitted to the 
Civil Service Commisflion:- 

CITY OF BOSTON 
POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Commissioner, 
June 9, 1919. 

To the Civil Service Commission, 

Gentlemen :- 

As I wrote you recently, the Police Department is very 
much hampered in performing its work by the number of vacancies 
among its patrolmen, and by the absence of many of its men on war 
work and on their vacations. We are exceedingly anxious to fill 
these vacancies, but of course desire to fill them so far as possible 
from the new list which you are nov/ preparing, and should therefore 
esteem it a great favor if you would certify to us the names of 
applicants on the new list at your earliest convenience. 

Respectfully 

(Signed) E. U. CURTIS 

Police Commissioner 
for the City of Boston. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission for 
the names of eligible persons to fill seventy-one vacancies in the 
position of Patrolman with pay at the rate of $1100 per annum and 
for the application and examination papers and police reports of 
such persons. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUUE 9. 1919. 



Contd. 



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

The Civil Service Commission having set the hour for the 
examination of Sergeants for promotion to the grade of Lieutenant 
at two o'clock, P. M. , applicants will present themselves at Room 



697 



15, state House, at 2 p. 



Friday, June 27, l^iy. 



The following named persons were added to the list of 
beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund with a monthly allowance 
of Five (5) Dollars each, commencing June 1, lyi^. 

Mary Doherty, 
Mary A. Pollard. 



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

Anna C. Deland - to have a dancing party in Norfolk Hall 
located at 328 Washington street, Dorchester, on Friday evening, 
June 13, 1919. 

St. Raphael School Association by C. F. Morrison - to have 
graduation exercises in Waverly Hall located on River street, Hyde 
Park, on the afternoon of June 24, and the evening of June 25. 1919* 



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



782 Breen, Michael 
133 De Francesca, Henry 



75 Carver st., 

59 Ambrose st., Revere, 



698 



BOSTON. UONDAY, JUlffi V, 1^19. 



Contd. 



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



O49IA Miller, Ernest M. 
50835 Flatten, Frank S. 



in front of 

N II H 



798 Treraont st. , 
41 V/apping St., C. D. 



The special stand for Hackney Carriage License #4-3,773 
granted to Henry L. Wildes on July 1, 1918, to locate on Arlington 
street, northwest corner of Boylston street was cancelled by reason 
of its having been surrendered. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Hyman Saitz on 
April 3c, 1919. at 146 Castle street 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 Fruinan for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 146 Castle street was granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920, in place of Hyman Saitz. 



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



Giardini Band, consisting 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, 
of Carmelo Girare on Monday, J 

Route: From 10 Billerica 
Hale, Cambridge, Horman, South 
Hanover, Prince, Salem, Charte 

Stone's Military Band, co 
by John Morton, Dorchester, - 
Rally at Irvington and St. Bot 
from 6.30 to 10 p. ffl. 



of twenty musicians, by Giovanni 
to accompany the funeral procession 
une 9, current, from 2 to 3«3C p. m. 
street to Staniford, South Margin, 
Margin, Friend, Canal, Cross, 
r and Hanover streets to Scollay squai' 
nsisting of twenty-five musicians, 
to play at the Irish Liberty Fund 
olph streets on June 10, current. 



e. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 9, I919. 



Contd. 



James W. Gilnore, reappointed June 5i current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incu.-nbent on him as a private detective. 



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, I920. 



Amo 3 3, 

Barker, 

Boden, 

Durgan, 

Ellis, 

Green, 

Gwinnell, 

Hall, 

Hoyt, 

Hunter, 

Lane, 

Libby, 

Moen, 

Moylan , 

McAuliffe, 

McLaughlin, 

McLaughlin, 

Nealley, 

Maxwell, 

O'Brien, 

Pierce, 

Plante, 

Sullivan, 

Wood, 



Best, 
Crocker, 
Farrell, 
Hobson, 



Charles W. 
Prank E. 
Frank W. 
Joseph L. 
Edward M. 
George W. 
Walter W. 
Victor H. 
Prank C. 
Alfred 
Arthur B. 
Charles H. 
Frank 
Prank H. 
William J. 
James P. 
John H, 
William N. 
Charles W. 
George 
Albion K. 
Thomas G. 
lylartin H. 
Charles H. 
approved by J. M. P 
Federal Reserve 
George W. 
William H. 
John R. 
Robert E. 
approved by Fred H. 
120 Boyls 



119 Mountfort St. , 

25 Jeffries st. , E. B. , 
324 Washington st., 
333 Broadway, Everett, 
61 Concord av., Somerville, 

22 Bulfinch st. , 
705 Tremont st. , 

53 State St. , 
219 E. Foster st., Melrose, 

23 Highland Park av., 

11 Orchard st.. No. Camb. , 

25 Jeffries st. 

53 State St., 

52 Irving St., 

38 Pordham rd. , 
2 Chestnut st., 

80 Rogers av . , Som. , 
115 Sharon st., W. Medford, 

90 Shore Drive, Winthrop, 
115 Stratton st. , D. D. , 
131 State st, , 

28 Cedar st, C. 
105 Thacher st., 

47 Clifford St. 
orter, Purchasing Agent, 

Bank, Boston, 
299 Centre st., D. D. , 

14 Stanton St., D. D. , 

76 Carruth st., Ashmont, 
224 Northampton st. , 

Robinson, Superintendent, 
ton street. 



699 



E. B. 



B. D. , 
Everett, 



D., 

Milton, 
, Roxbury, 



700 



BOSTOH, MOKDAY, JUKE ^, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Bird, 


Michael P. 


Black, 


John 


Brown, 


George 


Corliin, 


Charles H. 


Jacques, 


George A. 


McNamara, 


William 


Stanley, 


Thomas F. 


Walker, 


G. Herbert 




approved b 




nought 


Bland, 


James R. 


Hill, 


Thomas E. 



Bokman, 



Bray, 

Burke, 

Callahan, 

Doherty, 

Doyle, 

Emery, 

Fraser, 

King. 

McTiernan, 

Moore, 

Sproul, 

Weston, 

Williams, 



Collins, 



Crosauian, 



Dargin, 



Fitzgerald, 



15 Warren st.. Revere, 
55 Tremont st. , 
59 Creighton st., J. P., 
55 Tremont st., 
22 Soden st., Cambridge, 
59 As tor St., 
5 James st. , 
17 Harrison st., Melrose 
Highlands, 
approved by G, H. Walker, Purchasing Agent, 
Houghton & Button Company. 

52 Morrisson av., Som. , 
rear 55 Sedgwick st., J. P., 
approved by F. T. Monroe, Treasurer, Exchange 

Trust Company, 
Frank 96 Mountfort st., 

approved by Edward D. Carter, Secretary, 

Metropolitan Trust Company, 
Melleh N. 8? Lincoln st., 

James M. . 12 Beech at., Cambridge, 
Owen 10 Glenwood st., Roxbury, 

James W. 30 Richfield st., 

Joseph L. 6 Bellvista rd., B. D. , 

William H. 1 Allston st., D. D. , 

William 1619 North Shore rd. Revere, 

Joseph F. 66 Harvard av., W. Medford, 

James 413 Walpole st.. Canton, 

Javan K. 44 Spencer av., W. Som., 

Prank M. 19 Harold pk. , Roxbury, 

G. M. 159 Brighton st. , Belmont, 

Charles F. 2 Hanson st., Bostop, 

approved by H. P. Russell, Superintendent, 

R. H. White Company, 
Timothy C. 47 Chestnut st., C. D. , 

approved by D. Staunton, General Manager, 

Union Wool Company, 
Mariner 4 Linden av . , Som., 

approved by A. Bancroft, Ass't Treasurer, 

American Trust Company, 
John F. 68 Edwin st., D. D. , 

approved by H. C. Raynes, General Manager, 

The Atlantic Corporation, 
Joseph S. 521 Ashmont st., D. D. , 

approved by 0. C. Bourne, Chief Deputy Commis- 
sioner, Fish & Game Commission, 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE y, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Flynn, 

Fortia, 
Prye, 



Hackett, 

Hannigan, 

O'Keefe, 



Molloy, 
Morton, 



Pearlinan, 

Preble, 
Reilly. 



Richmond, 
Sullivan, 



Watts, 
Webster, 



Chester J. 131 Garden st., Cambridge, 
approved by A. Van Valen, District Superintend- 
ent; granted on condition that arras are not to 
be carried except when out investigating alarms 
for the American District Telegraph Company, 
George P. 43 Minnesota av., Som. , 

approved by Mr. Johnson for F. A. Snow Co., 
William 8 Longraeadow st. , 

approved by George M. Rich, Treasurer, 
Cosmopolitan Trust Company, 

Paisley pk. , 
Park St., Newton, 
Blue Hill av.. 
General Superintendent, 



701 



William N. 
Walter T. 1^ 
Daniel J. f 
approved by G. W. 



19 
119 
1519 
Dunn, 



New England 
William T. 
Ellis W. 
approved 
Heywood 
Samuel 

approved by E. M. 
John H. 
Thomas 
approved 



Harrie M. 
approved by 

Commonwealth 
Patrick J. 



Telephone & Telegraph Company, 
26 Museum rd. , 
37 Chandler st., Medford, 
B. Fiske, Credit Manager, 
& Wakefield Company, 

185 Walnut av. , 
M. Sweeney, 80 Summer st., 
60 Union av. , J. P. , 

20 E. Canton st. , 
Captain George P. Carter, Army 

Supply Base, So. Boston, 
30 Congress st., 
S. W. Holmes, Vice President, 
Trust Company, Boston, 

21 Union st. . 



by Pliny 

Brothers 



by 



approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Boston & Maine Terminal Division, C. D. , 
G. Clifton 88 Church st,, W. R. , 
George 212 Woodside av., Winthrop, 

approved by T. G. Toomey for Wm. Filene's Sons 

Company . 



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



Bepp, 
Buckman, 
Gushing, 
Delaney, 



Emil J. 
Oscar 0. 
Herbert B. 
Leo A. 



6 Valentine st., Roxbury, 
90 St. Andrew rd. , E. B. , 
170 Newbury st. , 
919 E. Fourth St., 



702 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE y, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Appns. Rejected, - concluded, 



Dolloff, 

Paye, 

Gribble, 

Johnson, 

Monti, 

Osipowicz, 

Salerno, 

Spinale, 



Charles W. 
Roy A. 
Francis J. 
George C. 
Salvatore 
William 
Enrico 
Carrae 1 



7 Boston av., W. Medford, 
469 Norfolk St., liiattapan, 
32 Nonantura st., Brighton, 
26 Woodville St., Roxbury, 
180 London st. , 
305 Fourth St. , 
172 Maverick st., 
32 Orient av.. Orient 

Heights. 



Patrick J. McCormack, appointed June 5i current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on hin as a special police officer. 



The application of John F. Browne, 226 Harvard street, 
Medford, for a license #016720 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
was granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman John J, McCarthy of Division 
13 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing June 
7, current, on account of the death of his father at Andover, 
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 :- 



Berenson, 
Grassi, 



Benjamin 
Pietro 



307 Blue Hill av., 
45 Norman st. , 



703 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1919. 



Concluded, 



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



Butraverssato, 

Kacavas, 

Mades, 

Naso, 



Pas quale 
James 
Myer L, 
Nicola 



93i Prince st. , 
1559 Washington 4. , 
155 Blackstone at., 
184 "A" Salem st. 



Attest: 



Chief Cler 




704 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, June 10, I919. 



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 David Cohen for an Auctioneer's 
License at 28 Anderson street was granted for the year ending 
December 31, I919. 



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

21 Lonsdale st., 

39 Clarendon st., 

158 Chambers St., 

198 Leyden st., E. B. , 

369 Northampton st. 



2374 
981 


Durbin, 


Frank 


Johnson, 


George C 


2373 


Levine, 


Abraham 


436 


McDonald, 


Joseph F 


2375 


Pemberton, 


William 



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* 



138,654- Durbin, Frank 
132 Farrell, James 
65,267 Pemberton, William 



in a garage at 
" " stable " 
" " garage " 



21 Lonsdale st. , 
175 Centre st. , 
293 Northampton st. 



The application of James Farrell for a special stand for 
his Hackziey Carriage License #132 on Arlington street, northwest 
corner of Boylston street, was granted. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUlffi 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Lawrence J. Reynolds for a transfer 
of his licenBC #140,075 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from 
a garage at 310 Columbia road to a garage at 805 Massachusetts 
avenue was granted. 



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



Greenherg, 

Harrisberg, 

Kauffman, 

Safford, 

Shapiro, 



Zangvill 
Harry 
Joe 

William E. 
Morris 



337 Charles st. , 
207 Blue Hill av., 

15 Weston St. , 
306 Princeton st,, 
107 Vernon st. 



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

First Corps Cadet Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by 
Robert T. Fisher, 47 Englewood avenue, Brookline, - to parade with 
the Classes of 1912 and 1913 of Harvard University, to have an 
outing at ITantasket Beach, on Monday, June 16, current, from 9»15 
to 10.15 a. m. 

Route: From Young's Hotel to Court square, State and Broad 
streets to Atlantic avenue to Rowe's Wharf. 

Teel's Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by 
Corcoran, 45 Milk street, - to parade with the Class 
Harvard University, to have an outing at Gloucester, 
June 16, current, at 10 a. ra. 

Route: From Parker House to School, Washington and State 
streets to Atlantic avenue to the Gloucester Boat. 



Michael 
of 1911, 
on Monday, 



705 



706 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUKE 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Albrecht, 

Carver, 

Barrington, 
Perkins, 



Bouldren, 

Cashin, 

Nason, 



Caporale, 

Chambliss, 

Frey, 



Churchill, 
Cobb, 



Cullen, 

Dyhe, 



Field, 
Fitzgerald, 



Griffin, 
Witlrierell, 



Griffin, 
Grinley, 

McElhe nny. 



Kammler, 
Lavorgna, 



■•*JL i. 



William 
Amos B. 
approved 
Edward 
David G 
approved by 
R. H 
William 
John J. 
William L. ; 
approved by 

Boston Fish 
Jeremiah J. 
William H 
Clarence 



■} 

by Edward 



f 



14 "A" Norwood av . , Sora. , 
27 School St., 
F. O'Brien, 
11 Gorham st. , B. D. , 
24 Winthrop st. , Everett, 
H. P. Russell, Superintendent, 
White Company, 

222 Commercial St., 

75 Austin St. , C. D. , 
110 Oxford St. , Camb. , 
W. J. O'Brien, President, 
Market Corporation, 

148 Bayswater st., 

26 Elm rd., Caldwell, N.J, 
528 Snell St., 



approved by Charles Skentelbery, Gen'l Mgr. 

Warren Transportation Company, 
Frank R. 67 Farquhar st.. Ros., 

Clarence A. I6 
Rhode Island, approved 
chasing Agent, Federal 



William S. 
approved by 
Boston Sc 
John 
approved by 



Ninth St. .Providence, 
by J. M. Porter, Pur- 
Reserve Bank, Boston, 
42 Wyeth st.. Maiden, 
C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Maine Terminal Division, 

52 Alexander st. , 
T. M. Keefe, Manager, J. P. 
Custis Manufacturing Co., 
Charles A. 23 Newell rd. , Auburndale, 

John T. 135 St. Alphonsus st., 

approved by Charles H. Taylor Jr. , Manager, 

Boston Globe, 
Joseph H. ) 294 High St., W. Medford, 

H. Frank J 15 Trowbridge st., Camb., 

approved by J. H. Griffin, Manager, 

New England Fish Exchange, 
Ralph M. 92 Carlton rd. , 

Patrick J.) 68 Antwerp st., 
John P. f 42 Etna St., B. 

approved by Stanley E. Morton, Treasurer, 

New England Rendering Company, 
Walter F. 38 Ardale st., Ros., 

approved by H. Wright for The WrigJit Company, 
Lorenzo 55 Business st., H. P., 



Waban, 

B. D. , 
D. . 



707 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUlffi 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Mawhinney, 
Morse, 
Spencer, 
Tucker, 



7/ilde, 
Zofnass, 



Lewis E. 
approved by 
France & 
William W, 
approved by 
U. S. Shipp 
H. Warren 
approved by 
Greenwood 
John H. J. 
approved by 

Samuel J. 
Ernie 



7 Jackson st., C. D. , 
H. Akerley, Marine Superintendent, 
Canada Steamship Company, 

114 Byron st. , E. B. , 
Captain E. B. Drake, Supervisor, 
ing Board, Federal Wharf, E. B. , 
25 Bowdoin st. , D. D. , 
George H. Spencer, Pastor, 
Memorial Church, 

4-7 Lyon St., 
Captain George P. Carter, Array 
Supply Base, So. Boston, 

85 Surrey st. , B. D. , 
17 Esmond st. , D. D. 



I 



The application of Salvatore Maffei, 647 Saratoga street, 
East Boston, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth which was rejected on June 4, current, was reconsidered 
and granted for the year ending May 3I. 1920. 



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



Alessi, 

Brett, 

Coffin, 

Lake, 

Lannon, 

Mikalauskas, 



Ernest 
Carle ton L. 
John B. 
F. Bourne 
John A. 
John B. 



171 Talbot av., 
60 W. Tremlett st. , 
88 Broad st. , 

178 Huntington av . , 
1952 Centre st. , 

248 Fourth St. 



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



American Tooth Co 
by Samuel Almon 



Goldman, 



■} 



Abraham 



453 Washington st., 
285 Main St., 



!708 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUUE 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - concluded. 



Goodman, 

Grossman, 

Whittejaore, 

Woodsoiae, 

Horn, 

Johnson, 

Lewis, 

Doherty, 

Strauss, 

Echteler, 
Kersting, 
Hill. 
Yalenzian, 



1962 Washington st. , 
100 Dudley st., 

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



Isaac 

Mary 

William A. j 

Charles A. I 

Fred A. j 

Mary E. 3^1 Main st., 

John H. 989 Tremont st., 

David P. & Edward J. as South End Garage Inc. 

18 E, Concord st. , 
John L. & Lewis W. as J. L. & L. W. Strauss, 

138 Milk St., 
Emil I as the West Roxbury Cycle 

Henry Co. 2426 Centre st., 
William) 
Yarvant 102 Dudley st. 



The application of Morris Roazen for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 52? Columbia road to 
1264 Massachusetts avenue was granted. 



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



Goodman, 
Shon, 



Jacob 

Abraham J. 



104 W. Broadway, 
112 W. Broadway. 



On the application of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 
by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, Clarence A. Cobb was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #53 ^^^ 
131 State street and 20 Kilby street for the year ending March 31, 
1920. 



709 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUiJEaO, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of Keith's Boston Theatre by Charles 
L. Harris, Manager, the following named persons were appointed 
Special Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of the 
Boston Theatre, 539 Washington street, and the Bijou Arcade, l62 
Treraont street, for the year ending March 31, I920. 

John J. Grandison, 
William S. Hooley. 



Charles H. Olson, appointed June 5. 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 Jacob H. Jacobson of 
Division 1 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (jO) Dollars 
for the arrest of Betti Azzi, a deserter from the United States 
Army, was granted. 



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



The application of Patrolman George M. Kelley of Division 
10 for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars 
for the arrest of Henry Wolpert, a deserter from the U. S. S. 
Texas, was granted. 



710 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUKE 10, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



The application of Thomas Perrante as the Jamaica Plain 
and Boston Express for a Wagon License #1755 to locate in front 
of 128 South street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919' 



Attest: 



Chief Cler!fl_) 



711 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, June 11, I919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were and approved. 



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

Former Reserveman William T. O'Brien, who resigned 
August 20, 1918, to enter the naval service of the United States, 
having filed the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in the 
Department as a Patrolman and assigned to Division 6, to take 
effect Wednesday, June 11, 1919, at 5«4-5 o'cloclc, P. M. 



The application of Nicolas Scaramella, 39 Orleans street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1431 was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1919* 



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

Boy Scouts' Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by E. F. 
Cullen, 40 Broad street, - to parade with the Boy Scout Troops on 
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 11 to 14, current, 
from 11 a. ra. to 10 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets of the down town section of Boston. 

Everett City Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Joseph J. Noonan, 671 Saratoga street, - to parade with the 
Employers' Liability Assurance corporation. Limited, on Wednesday, 
June 11, current, at 11. 30 a. m. 

Route: From 33 Broad street to Water and Congress streets to 
Post Office square. 



712 



BOSTON, V/EDiJESDAY, JUNE 11, I9I9. 



Contd. 



The application of Arthur W. Hays, 677 Centre street, 
Jamaica Plain, approved by Theodore C. Gatea, Treasurer, Jamaica 
Plain Trust Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The following named persons, appointed May 27, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Pay, 

Johnson, 

Kennedy, 



John J. 
Martin 
William J. 



Lyons, 

McGrail, 

Niland, 



James A. 

Thomas 

John 



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:- 



3448 


Bradley, 


John J. 


Conductor, 


1226 


Dahill, 


John M. 


n 


084 


Elliott, 


Kobert A. 


H 


1394 


Gallant, 


Joseph M. 


II 


031 


Graham, 


John T. 


n 


4238 


Mahoney, 


James P. 


n 


038 


Mahoney, 


Michael J. 


n 


060 


Mahoney, 


Patrick J. 


•1 


017 


McNab , 


Frank A. 


n 


0198 


O'Neill, 


yrancis J. 


(1 


063 


Sail away, 


Frank V/. 


n 


C37 


Srai th , 


Matthew 


II 


0104 


Telford, 


William H. 


II 


1163 


Ahern, 


John J. 


Motorman, 


0284 


Duggan, 


Patrick J. 


11 


0283 


Greenlaw, 


Edson V7. 


i« 


3482 


Hi r tie. 


Simon 0. Z. 


)) 


1191 


Lee, 


George 


II 


1219 


Malone, 


Joseph P. 


•1 


0281 


McClennan, 


John L. 


M 


0280 


McNamara , 


Patrick 


II 


1169 


Moulton, 


Walter H. 


H 


0279 


Murphy , 


Edward W. 


•1 


1106 


Murray, 


George 


M 



71C 



BOSTON, WEDIJESDA":^ . JUNE 11, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licensee Granted - concluded. 



0282 
019 

355 

014 

3486 



O'Dea, 

O'Neill, 

Skane, 

Telford, 

Watkins, 



355 Skane, 



Thomas J. 
Francis J. 
William J. 
William H. 
George P. 

William J. 



Motorman, 
II 



Starter. 



The application of Frederick F. Blakeley, 98 Hemenway 
street, for a license #030730 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
was granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas F. Ryan of Division 
4 for permission to accept a reward of Ten (10) Dollars for the 
arrest of Richard F. Scannell, a deserter from the Prison Camp 
at West Rutland,, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman John R. Brett of Division 
16 for permission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars 
from Robert Winsor Jr., 21 Marlborough street, for the recovery 
of his Dodge touring car which was stolen from in front of his 
house on the night of April 18, 1919» wsis granted. 



714 



BOSTON, WEDmSSDAY. JUHE 11, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Joseph Mattey of Division l6 
for pernission to accept a reward of Twenty-five (25) Dollars from 
Robert Winsor Jr., 21 Marlborough street, for the recovery of his 
Dodge touring car which was stolen from in front of his house on 
the night of April l8, 1919, was granted. 



Attest: 



(2^&hS^ 



Chief Clegk 




715 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE GOMMISSIOJSR. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, June 12, 1919. 



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

The records of V/ednesday 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. 



2382 Cosman, 

2376 Fivenson, 

2376 Franklin, 

2379 Lowery, 

2377 Magee, 
2381 Murray, 
1073 Gaffey, 

2380 Lee, 
478 Lotto, 



Charles V/, 
Isaac P. 
George 
Fay J. 
James E. 
Thomas F. 
John P. 
William K. 
Charles 



90 St. James av. , 
609 W. Park St., 
137 Harold st., 

22 Autumn St., Somerville, 
56 Putnam st., E. Boston, 

6 Porter st. , J. P. , 
26 Greenwich st., D. D, , 

23 Locust St., Reading, 
6 Levant st. , D. D. 



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



13'^.773 Cosman, Charles 

142,406 Fivenson, Isaac 

145,001 Lee, William H. 

144,683 Lotto, Charles 

14,863 Magee, James E. 



W. 
P. 



in a garage at 

H II II II 

H H n H 

N II fi n 

H n H n 



72 Broadway, 
647 Washington st.Lor, 

21 Hawkins st. , 
148 Bowdoin st. , Dor. 
667 Bennington st. 



716 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUIIE 12, I919, 



Contd. 



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

Company H Fife and Drum Corps, consisting of twenty-five 
musicians, by R. J. Howard, 55 Keponset avenue, - to parade with 
Forrest Lodge #14-8, I. 0. 0. P. of Hyde Park, on Sunday, June 22, 
current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: From 35 Fairniount avenue to River street, Atherton 
avenue to Fairview Cemetery and return by same route. 

Merchant Marine Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
John W, McAcy, 127 Park street, Dorchester, - to parade in an auto 
truck in connection with the Knights of Columbus Employment Bureau 
for returning soldiers on Monday, June 16, current, from 9*30 a. m. 
to 4.30 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets throughout the City of Boston. 

Salvation Army Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
W. A. Antrim, 48 Myrtle street, - to parade on Thursday, June 12, 
current, at 8 p. m. 

Route: From Pemberton square to Court and Hanover streets to 
246 Hanover street. 

L. H. Saltonstall, Chestnut Hill, - ten musicians, to parade 
with the Class of 1914, Harvard College, on Monday, June 16, 
current, at 9 a. ra. 

Route: Form on Clarendon street thence Boylston, Y/ashington 
and Summer streets to Atlantic avenue to Rowe's Wharf. 



Abraham Dawson, reappointed June 5. current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



On the application of Thomas D. Soriero, Manager, Lavius 
H. Hyde was appointed a Special Police Officer for Outy in and 
about the premises of the Park Theatre located at 619 Washington 
street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUIIE 12, I919. 



Contd. 



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



7X7 



Officers. 



Cobb, 

Fay, 

Hyde, 



Clarence A. 

Michael J. 
Lavius H. 



Appointed. 

June 10, 1919, 
May 27. 1919. 
June 12, 1919. 



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 :- 

306 Sumner st. , 

6 New Paneuil Hall Market, 
86 Cottage st., 
22 Dock sq. , 

Water st. cor. Congress 

St. , 
3080 Washington st., 
612 Atlantic av . 



Ciroli, 




Luigi 


Day, 




C. S. & CO 


East Boston 


Spa 




Kanell Bros. 






McDonald, 




John W. 


Pitterino, 




Joseph 


Sample, 




C. H. 



The application of Patrolman Frederick H. Allen of 
Division 4 for leave of absence from duty for one day, , coiai-iencing 
June 14, current, to take his family to Gardiner, Maine, was 
granted without pay. Permission was also given to Patrolman 
Allen to leave the city the Friday preceding and the Sunday follow- 
ing (being his "days off") June 14. 



718 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JUKE 12, 1919. 



Concluded, 



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. 

n 
n 

N 

n 

N 

If 

n 



Ole Andreasaen, 
Florence Shea, 
Thomas Thornton, 
Adolf F. Butterman, 
Samuel Hutchins, 
Bernard F. Garrity, 
John H. Sullivan, 
Arthur F. Shea, 
Michael J. Shea, 



Div. 


1, 


1 day, 


n 


5. 


4 days. 


H 


5, 


6 


tt 


9. 


6 " 


M 


9, 


6 " 


II 


10. 


3 " 


II 


12, 


7 " 


II 


10, 


6 " 


II 


15. 


7 " 



3.29 

14.25 

21.37 
26.30 
26.30 

30.68 
19.72 
30.68 



$185.7^ 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending June 12, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



«5l. 714.39 

664.44 

501.49 

199.42 

63.85 

$53,143.59 



Attest: 



Chief Clei^^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, June I3, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



719 



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

WHEREAS, it appears that John V/eigel has arrived at the age 
of seventy-two and four-twelfths years, that he has performed 
faithful service as a Mechanic and Director in the Signal Service 
of the Police Department for thirty and ten- twelfths years, that he 
is an honorably discharged veteran of the Civil War, and that he 
has requested to be retired from active service under the provisions 
of Chapter II3 of the Acts of 191I; therefore, it is hereby 

ORDERED: His Honor the Mayor having approved the same, that 
the said John Weigel be retired from active service and that his 
name be placed upon the Department pension roll with pay at the 
rate of Twelve Hundred and Fifty (125C) Dollars per annum, said sum 
being one-half of the amount of compensation received by him in the 
position from which he is retired; to take effect Saturday, June 
14, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



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



2384 Buckley, 

2385 Dowd, 
2387 Grant, 

76 Molway, 

2383 Mossman, 

2386 Nutile, 



Jeremiah J. 
Edward J. 
Lawrence A. 
Alphonse 
Robert C. 
Antonio 



122 Hawthorne st., Newton, 

7 Leyland st., Roxbury, 
128 Day St., Roxbury, 
865 River St., H. P., 
165 Brookline st., Camb. , 
1 "A" Garden Court st. 



720 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUKE I3, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Robert C. Mopsman for a license 
j^ll5,6o8 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 171 
Huntington avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



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

American Cadet and Stone's Bands, consisting of fifty musi- 
cians, "by F. W. Gurley, 56 St. Botolph street, - to parade with the 
Knights of PQiorsan, to have their annual outing at Kantasket, on 
Tuesday, June 17, current, from 10 to 11. 30 a. m. 

Route: Delegation from Providence leaving the South Station 
about 10.25 a. m. , thence via Dewey square to Atlantic avenue and 
Beach street to the United States Hotel, joining main parade. 
M8.in parade: From corner of Essex and Kingston streets at 10. 30 
a. m., to Essex, Boylston, Treraont, School, Washington, Milk and 
Broad streets to Atlantic avenue to Rowe's Wharf. 

Giardini Band, consisting of sixty musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 267 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Giuseppe Devita on Sunday, July 15, current, from 2. to 
3.30 p. m. 

Route: From I90 North street to Battery, Charter, Salem and 
Prince streets, North square, North, Richmond, Hanover and Prince 
streets to Commercial street. 



On the application of the Boston, Revere Beach and Lynn 
Railroad by John A. Fenno, Superintendent, Dennis Donovan was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of said company located at 350 Atlantic avenue for the 
year ending March 3I, 1920. 



On the application of the Cape Cod Steamship Company 
by F. T. Peabod;/, Itonager, J. Edwin Fairbairn was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #400 
Atlantic avenue for the year ending March 2,1, 1920. 



721 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE I3, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, James R. Proverb was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of Rowe's Wharf and the boats owned or operated by said 
company in Boston Harbor 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. 



Coyne 

McGilvray, 
Williams, 
Grand is on, 
Hooley, 



Daniel A. 
Arthur M. 
Arthur F. 
John J. 
William S. 



\ 



Appointed, 
June 6, 1919, 

" 10, 1919. 



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

Patrolman Albert R. Foster of Division 9. three days, 
commencing June 13, current, on account of the death of his father. 

Patrolman Robert L. Boyd of Division I6, one day, commencing 
June 14, current, on account of the death of his wife's grandmother. 



The application of Patrolman John P. Farrell of Division 
2 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight (8) Dollars, being the 
cost of a belt supporter for injuries received August 21, 1918. 
while stopping a runaway horse attached to a wagon in Scollay 
square, was granted. 



722 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUKE I3, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Daniel J. Murphy of Division 

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

arrest of Vito Lapore, a runaway from the Lyman School, on ilay 6, 
1919, was granted. 



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



Buchbinder, 


Israel 


113 Porter st. , 


Bizos, 


Costos J. 


1410 Tremont st. 



Attest: 



Chief 



ef ClSiek) 



723 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pembertor square. 

Boston, Saturday, June 14, I919. 



There was no executive session held today. 



724 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSI OlsliR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, June 16, 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. 



2392 DeCosta, 

2389 Moore, 

2391 McCarthy, 

2388 Jule, 

1353 Little, 



Joseph F. 
Louis P. 
Michael J. 
Arthur W. 
Joseph p. 



866 East Fourth 4., 

7 Russell St., No. Camb. , 
6 Brook av., Roxbury, 
82 Stoughton St., D. D. , 
6 Boyle St., C. D. 



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



142,202 Legg Bros. 

145,117 Little, Joseph P. 

142,664 Marques, Anthony F. 

42,813 Moore, Louis P. 



in 



a 


garage 


at 


40 Geneva av . , 


II 


II 


II 


306 Main St. , 


II 


II 


II 


24 Chardon st. , 


11 


II 


II 


215 Maverick st. 



The four special stands for Hackney Carriage Licenses 
#035CE, 035CF, 035CG, and 035CH granted to the Taxi Service 
Company on July 1, current, on Atlantic avenue, in front of the 
Hotel Essex, were cancelled by reason of their having been 
surrendered. 



BOSTON. MONDAY, JUNE l6, 191^. 



Contd. 



The application of Cummings Eros. Company, Incorporated, 
ty William J. Cur/imings for special stands for their four Hackney 
Carriage Licenses #0869R, 0869s, C869T and O869V on Atlantic 
avenue in front of the Hotel Essex, was granted, in place of the 
Taxi Service Company. 



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



725 



Coruiriho , 
Goodfader, 
Schlosberg, 
Somerset, 



Thomas A. 
Isadore 
John 
Edward 



48 Maverick st. , 
4 Fayston st. , 
308 Bremen st. , 
10 Cobb St. 



The application of Hyinan Govenor, 1? Marble street, for 
a new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Joseph Beal 
as Joseph Beal & Company on May 3, I919, at 453-457 Atlantic 
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 Wolf Bornstein for a Junk Shop '%■ 
Keeper's License at 62 Weston street was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920, in place of Joseph Beal & Company. 



^.1^ ia,i<ja.o, *» 



io, ICe^ iT 



The application of Charles J. Logan, Young's Hotel, Court 
street, to be appointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending June 16, I920. 



726 



BOSTOK, MOKDAY, JUKE l6, I919. 



Contd. 



Frederick H. Webster, reappointed May 29, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a private detective. 



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



DeLeo, 


Ettore 


155 Endicott st. , 


DiPietro, 


Feliciano 


204 Maverick st., 


Polcari, 


Sabino 


160 Salem st. , 


Russo, 


Jerome J. 


242 North st., 


Pal lad i no, 


Corrado 


220 Hanover st. , 


Segal, 


Louis 


32 Harlem st. , I 



D. 



The license to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
Joseph Rosenthal on April 30, 1919, at 468 Main street was 
cancelled by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in 
the business of dealer in second hand articles at that location. 



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



B. 



♦Binder, 




Joseph D. 


468 Main st., 


Hickey, 




V/illiam H. 


10 Koyt St., 


Shieller, 




Israel 


364 "A" Shawraut av. 


Thornton, 




William H. &1 
Walter L. J 


3i>3 Chelsea st. , E. 


Smi th , 






Zide, 




David L. 


462 Tremont st. , 


*in 


place 


of Joseph Rosenthal 


• 



BOSTON, MOKDAY, JUNE l6, I9I9. 



Contd. 



The application of John Urbanowicz for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at II6 Broadway was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
transfers of their licensee to deal in Second Hand Articles were 
granted :- 



Finkelstein, Morris 
Harris, Sam 



from 215 Dover st., 
to 71 Broadway, 

from 216 Dover st. , 
to 1 Milford St. 



727 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 3I, I920. 



Officers. 
Bruce, Joseph 



Employers. 



Co 



Dyer, 



James J, 



O'Connell, 
Flaherty, 



Gordon, 
Gorman, 



Daniel 

Michae 



^"■i 



Bensamin 
Charles J. 



Boston Terminal Refrigerating 
"by C. M. Smith, 

239 Sumner st. , E. B. , 
Walton Lunch Company, 

F. F. Forsythe, Treasurer, 
424 Tremont st., IO83 Washington 
St., 332 Massachusetts av., 9 
Tremont row, 629 V/ashington st. , 
242 Tremont st. , & 30 Haymarket eq 

United States Quartermasters 
Corps, Captain George P. Carter, 
all warehouses under the juris- 
diction of the Zone Supply Officer 

Boston, 
J. R. Haynes, District Sales Mgr., 
United Cigar Store, 
1 School St., 
C. J. Gorman's Amusement Enter- 
prises, Charles J. Gorman, Pres. 
711 South St., Roslindale. 



728 



BOSTON, MOMDAY, JUlffi l6, I919. 



Contd. 



Dennis Donovan, appointed June 13, current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of John J. Flaherty, 83 A street, approved 
ty George L. Paine, Manager of Boston Branch, The Lowe Brothers 
Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonv/ealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 1^20. 



The application of Oscar 0. Bucknam, 90 St. Andrew road, 
East Boston, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth which was rejected on June 9, current, was reconsidered 
and granted for the year ending May 2,1, I92O. 



On the application of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company by E. B. Poss, Superintendent, licenses were granted 
to the following named persons as conductors and motormen in the 
employ of said company ;- 



1057 Donnelly, 

611 Hosker, 

645 Ripley, 

952 Watterson, 



John A. 
Alfred J. 
Fred B. 

Henry 



Conductor, 



Motorman, 



[ Notice having been received from the Eastern MasBachusette 

Street Railway Company that the following named persons are no 

I longer in its employ, the licenses granted to said persons were 
cancelled :- 



967 Bashaw, 
1073 Varray, 
719 Shields, 



Joseph L. 
Fred B. 
James L. 



Conductor, 



729 



BOSTON, KOIIDAY, JUNE l6, I^IV. 



Contd. 



Eastern Massachusetts St. Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



735 
1C53 

m 

671 
1025 

871 

977 

809 

1003 

97V 
943 

639 

913 

981 

1061 

765 

897 



856 McGinty, 
984 Haskell, 



Casey, 


James F. 


Gilmore, 


H. 




Clifford. 


J. 


P. 


Bogart, 


Le 


Blie A 


LIcDonough, 


John R. 


Cunningham, 


D. 


A. 


Tyture, 


W. 




V/inston, 


Charles 


Bates, 


H. 


W. 


Armstrong, 


J. 


c. 


LaPlante, 


E. 


V. 


Doherty, 


C. 


c. 


Thorner, 


H. 


A. 


liorehouse. 


w. 


M. 


Hakins, 


J. 


H. 


Nichols, 


H. 


E. 


Robinson, 


E. 


E. 


Munroe, 


R. 


L. 


Kidger, 


L. 


R. 


Mcintosh, 


J. 


H. 


Sparos, 


J. 


c. 



Conductor, 



II 

H 
H 
N 
N 
N 
H 

n 

M 
H 
II 

N 
N 
H 
H 
II 
H 
N 
H 
H 



Bernard 
A. I. 



Motorman, 

N 



The application of Samuel Greenleaf for a Wagon License 
#1857 to locate in front of 396 Atlantic avenue was granted for the 
year ending June 30, I9I9. 



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

Patrolman Norman F. Garland of Division 5. sixty days, com- 
mencing July 3» current, to regain his health at Rockland, Massa- 
chusetts. 

Patrolman Maurice Leonard of Division 6, three days, commencing 
June 16, current, on account of the death of his son. 



730 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE l6, 1^19. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Patrick J. Leahey of Divi- 
sion 2 for permission to leave the city occasionally from June 21 
to Septemlaer 10, current, to visit his family at Hough's Neck, 
(^uincy, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Bernard P. Lynch of Division 
9 to be reimbursed in the sum of Nine and 33/100 (9.33) Dollars, 
"being the cost of a new revolver to replace one stolen from his 
locker in the garage on May l6, current, was granted. 



The applications of tJxe 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 :- 



Cooper, 
Di Saba to. 



Morris 
Pasquale 



314t Blue Hill av . , 
234 Dorchester st. 



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



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

Total, 



$16,763.63 

4,887.86 

611.23 

14,195.26 

$36,457.98 



Attest: 



Chief Cle 



fc" 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, June 17, lyiy. 



This being the anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill, 
the Chief Clerk's Office was closed on account of the celebration in 
the Charleetown District. 



731 



732 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, June 18, 1919« 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

Lieutenant James E. Sanford of Division 6 having arrived 
at the age of sixty-three and two-twelfths years, having performed 
faithful service in the Police Department for thirty-seven and two- 
twelfths years, and having requested to be retired from active 
service, it is hereby 

Ordered: That the said Lieutenant Sanford be retired from 
active service and that his name be placed upon the Department 
pension roll with pay at the rate of One Thousand (lOOO) Dollars 
per annum, said sum being one-half of the amount of compensation 
received by him in the office from which he is retired; to take 
effect Wednesday, June I8, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor 
of the Printing Department for the sum of Fourteen Thousand Twenty- 
eight and 60/100 (14,028.60) Dollars, being the amount required to 
pay it for printing and binding 250 copies of the Police List of 
male residents of the city of Boston as of April 1, 1919* 



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



1344 Corcoran, 

2393 Crowley. 
2395 Hagerty, 
2390 McGlinchey, 

816 Reader, 

2394 Roach, 



John L. 
Thomas J. 
Patrick W. 
Joseph F. 
George D. 
Harry L. 



15 Pearl av., Winthrop, 

14 Clarendon St., 
140 W. Third St., 
379 Columbia st., Camb., 

85 Linwood st., Som. , 

39 Maverick sq. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE l8, l'^19. 



Contd. 



The application of John B. Austin for a license #146,194 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 19 Fordham 
road, Brighton, was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919' 



733 



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 . 1920. 



Bacigalupo, 
Bartlett, 



Brown, 

Brown, 

Burr, 

Finnigan, 

Hogquist, 

Horton, 

Hughes, 

Lawrence, 

Nouree, 

Robinson, 

Swisher, 



Bruce, 



Caracostaa, 

Carle, 

Carr, 

Miller, 

West, 



Chapman , 
Hodgson, 
McDougald, 



Colgan, 



Culkeen, 



133 Wellington Hill st. 



Stephen D. 
William H. 

approved by S. E. Blanchard, Treasurer, Suffolk 
Engraving & Electrotyping Company, 



30 Pierce av., Everett, 



Charles N. S. 
Seth D. 
Chester T. 
Peter J. 
Arthur N. 
Edmund E. 
Raymond M. 
James G. 
Harry P. 
William J. 

Harry D. 

approved by S. S. 
State Street 
Joseph 
approved by C. M. 



642 Dudley St. , 

40 No, Monroe ter., 
130 Massachusetts av., 
40 Church st., D. D. , 
12 No. Milton st, , Maiden, 
45 Hemenway st. , 
130 Massachusetts av., 
83 Montclair av,, Montclair, 

9 Lincoln st., Hudson, 
56 Woodcliff rd., Newton 
Highlands, 
35 Edison Green, 
Roberts, Aes't Secretary, 
Trust Company, 

19 Edwin St., Ashmont, 
Smith, Boston Terminal 



James E. 
Perlie F. 
John ) 
Hans W. r 
John A. ) 
approved by R. 
Eastern Metal 
Richard E, ) 
Frank B. I 
Charles B. ) 
approved by A. E, 



Refrigerating Company, 



Liecester 
Downer av . , 
Medford st. 
Church St. . 



St. 



F. 



B, 
D. D, , 

Maiden, 
Watertown, 



James F. 
approved by 
Thomas F. 



P 
62 

106 

111 

17 W, Adams st., Som. . 

Bigelow, Managing Director, 

& Refining Company, Inc. , 

48 Maple St., H. P, , 

48 Maple St., H. P. , 

21 Lincoln st. , H. P. , 

Smith, Treasurer, Hyde Park 

Trust Company, 

45 Oakland av,, Arlington 

Heights, 

G, H, Walker for Houghton & Dutton 

Company , 

87 St. Andrew rd., E, B. , 



734 



BOSTON, WEDWESDAY, JUNE l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



DeRocher, 
Desmond, 



Donovan, 
Sliney, 



Dooley, 
Gallagher, 



Duke, 

Dunsmoor, 

Emanuelsees, 



Estey, 
Far nam, 
Shute, 



Field, 



Fitzpa trick, 



Gitson, 

Gildea, 

Goddard, 

Henchey, 

Lane, 

McDermott, 

O'Brien, 

Rizzo, 



Glancey, 
Mcllarfiara, 



Charles G. 
approved by H. N. 



146 Albion St. 
Sweet, Partner, 



} 



Jeremiah J. 
approved by W. 
Fish Market 
Michael 
George N. 
approved by S. 

Terminal 
Patrick J. ) 
John J. J 
approved by 
States 
William F. 
Harrie V. 
Magnus 
approved by 



Eugene E. 
Clarence E. . 
William H. ' 
approved by A. W. 
Fourth-Atlantic 
Robert H. 
approved by A. E. 



Hornblower 
& Weeks, 
75 Monument St., C. D. , 
J. O'Brien, President, Boston 
Corporation, 

10 Thurman st., 
787 Somerville av., 
G. Spear, Treasurer, 
Wharf & R. R. Warehouse Company, 
108 Massachusetts av., 
90 Webster av., Som. , 
George P. Carter, Captain, United 
Q,uarterinast«rs Corps, 

96 Huntington av., 
178 Huntington av., 

10 Leslie st., 
Charles Skentelberry, Warren 
Transportation Company, 

100 Broad st., Wollaston, 

97 High St., C. D., 
34 Jamaica st., J. P., 

Haines, Vice President, 
National Bank, Boston, 

2 Brimmer st.. 
Smith, Ass't Treasurer, 



Boston Publishing Company, 
Patrick N. 339 Maiden st., Medford, 
approved by Thomas P. Smith, Auditor, 

United States Shipping Board, 148 State st. 



William A. 
approved by T. E. 
James 
Phillip 
William J. 
John R. 
James J. 
Cornelius J. 
Charles A. 



approved by 
New York. 
William R.| 
John W. ) 
approved by 
Pinkerton' 



214 Huntington av., 
Pedrick, State House, 
6 Waver ly st. , 
104 Warrenton st., 
18 Pelhan st. , 
30 Villa av., Winthrop, 
20 Dundee st. , 
75 Fulda St. , 
152 Beechwood av,, New 

Rochelle, N. Y. , 
A. D. Follansbee, Captain, Police, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 
43i Mead st. , C. D. , 
12 Westvale rd. , D. D. , 
D. T. Green, Superintendent, 
s National Detective Agency, 



735 



BOSTON, WEDl^SDAY, JUlffi l8, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - continued. 



Gorzoan, 
Ham, 



Henbridge, 

Hickey, 

Jenner, 

Kenney, 
Lander, 
Manley, 
McCabe, 



Foubieter, 
Leary, 

McCourt, 



Minton, 



Moore, 
O'Kane, 



Reardon, 

Richardson, 

Rowell, 



Ripley, 
Smith, 



Charles J. 62 Tower at., 

Herman A. 35 High st., So. Hanson, 

approved by Calvin Austin, President, 

Eastern Steamship Lines, Incorporated, 
Mathew 100 Oliver av.. Maiden, 

approved by H. Jardine, Supt. , American 

Railway Express Company, 
Eugene P. 76 Bowdoin st., D. D. , 

approved by Allan H. Sturges, Treas., 

Liberty Trust Company, 
Henry J. 6-9 So. Market st., 

approved by John K. M. L. Farquhar for R. & J. 

Farquhar Company, 
William J. 215 Pond av . , Brookline, 
approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Terminal Division, Boston & Maine Railroad, 
John J. 87 St. Mary's st.. Brook., 

approved by G. W, Harvey, Ass't Manager, 
Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Company, 
Alden A. 265- Pond av., Brookline, 

approved by W. H. Jenney, Superintendent, 

Jenney Manufacturing Company, 
Edward T. 4 Thoreau ct.. Concord, 

approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Terminal Division, Boston & Maine Railroad, 
Lawrence C. ) 73 Partridge av., Som. , 
John G. ( ,21 Sudan st., 
Louis J. ) 501 E. Seventh st,, 
approved by F. J. Sullivan, Secretary, 1 

Gillette Safety Razor Company, 
Thomas H. 86 Dacia st., Roxbury, I 

approved by C. E. Cotting, Trustee, 41 Worm- 
wood St. , 
297 Savin Hill av., I 
25 Highland av., Newtonville 
approved by D. Staunton, General Manager, , 

Union Wool Company, 
Dennis F. 348 Bowdoin st., D. D. , 

George J. L. I 87 Woodrow av., D. D. , 
George H. f 25 Lafayette st. , 
approved by C. B. Strout, Treas., Fidelity 

Trust Company, 
Osgood C. 79 Willow ct. , D. D. , 

approved by Thomas Clish, Manager, Colonial 

File Company, 
Arthur E. 69 Arlington st., H. P., 

approved by Fred L. Childs, President, Hyde 

Park Trust Co. , 



William C. 
Joseph A. 



736 



BOSTON, WEDlNlESDAY, JUNE l8, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Titus, 



Traver, 

Wade, 

White, 



Raymond F. 21 Brett at., Brockton, 

approved ty E. R. Allen, Comptroller, 

Regal Shoe Conipany, 
Edwin C. 29 Worcester sq., 

Abtott P. Boston Navy Yard, 

John B. Jr. 593 East Sixth at. 



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

Aspinwall av.. Brook., 
Salem st. , Lynnf ield, 
Q,uint av. , B. D. , 
Virginia st. , 
Columbia rd., 
Babcock St., Brook., 
Lafayette st, , Salem, 
River st., H. P., 
Grant st., Lynn, 
Centervale Park, D. D. , 
Sixth St. , E. Camb. , 
Lothrop St., Beverly, 
K St., 

E. Springfield st., 
Hemenway st. , 
Warren st., Roxbury, 
Colliston rd. , B. D. , 
Ashmont st., Dorchester, 



Abbott. 


George E. 


256 


Abbott, 


William S. 




Brady, 


Frank J. 


76 


Cataldo, 


Massimino 


,^7 


Cifrino, 


Paul 


622 


Dimond, 


Hugh J. 


126 


Eberson, 


S. S. 


401 


Halper, 


Joseph 


1073 


Hatfield, 


Walter V. 


64 


Jones, 


Elmer A, 


11 


McCarthy, 


Henry F. 


107 


C^uiner, 


John F. 


23 


Sanders, 


Ernest M. 


49 


Slater, 


William T. 


41 


Verzone, 


Richard G. 


120 


Webster, 


Fred H. 


337 


Wise, 


John P. 


9 


York, 


Herbert L. 


296 



On the application of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, Augustus Meyers was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of Rowe's Wharf and the boats owned or operated by said 
company in Boston Harbor for the year ending March ^1, 1920. 



BOSTOIT, WEDKESDAY. JUNE l8 , 1919 . 



Contd. 



The application of the Royal Blue Line Company, Inc., by 
W. J. Smith, President, for a license #14-5,557 to set up and use a 
Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolph street 
was granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Inc., by 
W. J. Smith, President, for a location for its Sight-Seeing Auto- 
mobile License #14-5,557 on Arlington street, north of Channing 
Monument, Stand #1, from 8.30 a. m. to 5*30 P« ni., 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 cases of emergency; and that 
passengers received at this stand shall be returnedthereto unless 
they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



The application of Basilios Anastos for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 325 Tremont street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the 
reason that a stand at this location would interfere with public 
travel. 



j j The application of Patrolman Charles D. Wildes of Division 
118 to-be reimbursed in the sum of Eleven and 76/IOO (11. 76) Dollars, 
"being the cost of a new Colt 38 police revolver to replace one 
stolen, from him by two unknown men on December 7, 19l8, while 
arrest;ing William J. Perry for the larceny of a Packard automobile 
waa F^ranted. 



737 



738 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY, JUNE l8 , 1919 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolraan Daniel F. Driscoll of Division 2, one day, commencing 
June 23, current, to attend to private business. 

Patrolman Samuel C. Hutchins of Division 9. thirty days, 
commencing June 23, current, to regain his health. 

Sergeant Peter A. McNeil of Division 15, three days, commencing 
Jiine 20, current, to get married. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sura 
of Six Hundred Seventy- (67O) Dollars, being the amount required to 
pay the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund 
for the month ending Jxine 30, ciirrent, to be charged to the Police 
Charitable Fund Income. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending June 30, current, was approved as follows :- 



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

Total, 



$ 1,166.66 

416.66 

13.564.77 

$15,148.09 



Attest 




!739 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOllBR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, June I9, I919. 



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 :- 

Patrolman Frank L. Merritt of Division 3 having performed 
faithful service in the Police Department for twenty- two and ten- 
twelfths years, having requested to be retired from active service, 
and it appearing to the Police Commissioner that the said Patrolman 
Merritt is physically incapacitated for useful service in the Police 
Department, it is hereby 

Ordered: His Honor the Mayor having approved the same, 
that the said Patrolman Merritt be retired from active service and 
that his name be placed upon the Department pension roll with pay at 
the rate of Eight Hundred (80O) Dollars per annum, being one-half of 
the amount of compensation received by him in the office from which 
he is retired; to take effect Thursday, June 19, I919, at 5.45 
o'clock, P. M. 



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



2397 
2396 



Robison, 
Spatola, 



Charles J. 
Charles C. 



46 Mayhew s t . , 

22 Everett st., Everett. 



740 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUlffi 19, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Because of many rumors to the effect that serious trouble may 
take place in or about the first two weeks in July, it ia deemed 
judicious by the Police Commissioner to suspend vacations for such 
period as may be necessary on and after the third of July next, so 
that every member of the Department will be on duty ready to cope 
with this situation should it arise. 

During the period of suspension of vacations. Commanding Offi- 
cers are instructed to carry out the following orders: 

1. .Day of Relief will not be suspended until it may be necessary, 
but as this is a time of emergency, men on Day of Relief will 
report at their respective stations at 8 o'clock, A. M. the day 
following their Day of Relief either by telephone or in person, as 
determined by their superior officers. 

2. No officers will be excused from the 5.4-5 P« M. roll-call on 
their long day except by permission of their Superior Officers. 

3. Permission to leave the city during this period of suspension 
will not be granted except in cases of real emergency and then only 
upon approval by the Superintendent. All Day men and Long Day men 
absent from their homes visiting theatre, relatives, etc., must 
leave word at their homes where they can be found, so that they may 
be ordered to report at their stations immediately in cases of 
emergency. 

4. When the suspension period is over, a general revision of the 
vacation period will necessarily have to be made. Vacation 
numbers drawn and now held by men in the Department will proceed 
in the same order as if no suspension period had taken place. 



The application of Thomas L. Cannon for a transfer of 
his license #96,321 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 25 Irvington street to a garage at 153 Liverpool street 
was granted. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUKE 19. 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Martin J. Ford, 292 C street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of the Salvation Amy Band, consisting of 
twenty-five musicians, by Brigadier Joseph Sheppard, 8 East Brook- 
line street, for a Collective Musicians' License to parade on 
Sunday, June 22, current, from 2 to 3 ^■"cl 7 to 8 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From 87 Vernon street to Washington, Warren, Ruggles 
and Roxbury streets and Shawraut avenue to Vernon street. 



The application of Walter L. Wedger, 499 Audubon road, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The application of Arthur M. Jule, 82 Stoughton street, 
Dorchester, for a license #01^684 to operate a Sight-Seeing Auto- 
mobile was granted until March 1, I920. 



The following named persons, appointed June 16, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 

Joseph Bruce, 
Michael Flaherty. 



741 



742 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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

$ 52.60 
26.30 
21.37 
26.30 
19.72 

13.15 
30.68 



Patrol . 


Charles H. Bullock, 


Div, 


4, 


12 


days, 


H 


Daniel J. Eraser, 


!• 


5, 


6 


H 


N 


Thomas Thornton, 


H 


5. 


6 


N 


M 


Samuel C. Hutchins, 


n 


9. 


6 


It 


n 


Arthur F. Shea, 


ii 


10, 


6 


H 


N 


John H. Sullivan, 


H 


12. 


3 


n 


n 


Michael J. Shea, 


H 


15. 


7 


n 



$190.12 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending June 19, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$51,624.89 

630.19 

501.49 

199.42 

63.85 

$53,019.84 



Attest: 



Chief C^rk> 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, June 20, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



Doiuenico A. Rinaldi was employed as a temporary janitor at 
Station 1 for ten days, commencing June 20, current, with pay at 
the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) Dollars per annum. 



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



2398 Lynch, 
2121 Slamin, 



Herbert F. 
Cornelius R. 



379 Dorchester st., 
30 St. Germain st. 



The application of Jacob Goldstein for a license #147,024 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 1215 Blue Hill 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



743 



744 



BOSTON, PRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Isaac P. Fivenson for a transfer of 
his license #142, 4o6 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 647 Washington street, Dorchester, to a garage at l68 
Norwell street, Dorchester, was granted. 



The application of Timothy E. Kelly for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #123,010 on Tremont street. Common 
side, opposite Keith's Theatre, was granted. 



The application of Nicholas F. Ryan for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 31I Dorchester street was rejected. 



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

Hudson Athletic Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
j John S. Lufty, 16 Pine street, - to accompany the funeral procession 

of the late John S. Lufty on Sunday, June 22, current, from 4 to 6 
I p. m. 

Route: Pine street to Harrison avenue and Tyler street. 
I Shipping Board Band, consisting of ten musicians, by E. T. 
MacNeill, 22 Saunders street, Brighton, - to parade with the Ladies 
Auxilliary, Spanish War Veterans, to have a memorial service, on 
Sunday, June 22, current, from 2 to 4 p. m. 

Route: From the corner of Blue Hill avenue and Walk Hill 
street through Walk Hill street to the cemetery. 

Avellino and other bands, consisting of seventy musicians, by 
1 John Giunta, 343 Hanover street, - to accompany the Societies of 
St. Leonard's Church, Prince street, on Sunday, June 22, current, 
< from 2 to 6 p. m. 

Route: From St. Leonard's Church, Prince street, to North 
square. Moon, Fleet, North, Commercial, Battery, Hanover, Charter, 
Salem, Prince, Thacher, Endicott, Hanover, and Blackstone streets, 
Hayraarket square, Merrimac, Pitts, North Margin, Norman and Green 
j streets, Bowdoin square, Court and Hanover streets to Richmond 
1 street. 



745 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1919. 



Contd. 



Charles J. Logan, appointed June l6, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incurabent on him as a private detective. 



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. 1920. 



Frederick, 

Needham, 

Husso, 



Robert D. 13 Green st. , Everett, 

approved by F. D. Waul, Superintendent, Bay 

State Street Railway, 
Carleton 0. 5 Rutland sq., 

approved by Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, Kinney 

Manufacturing Company, 
Thomas D. 72 Pinehurat st. 



The application of Simeon J. Stephenson, Ordnance Depart- 
ment, United States Army, for a copy of his license to carry a 
pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was granted. 



The application of Erail J. Bopp, 6 Valentine street, 
Roxbury, approved by A. J. Richmond, Vice President and Manager, 
General Fire Extinguisher Company, for a license to carry a pistol 
or revolver in this commonwealth which was rejected on June 9, 1919. 
was reconsidered and granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



746 



JiOSTON, J^RIDAY, JUinS 20, 1919. 



Contd. 



On information filed "by Captain Fitzgerald of Division 3 
that James J. Dugan, 2'^ years old, of 64 Rutland square, is not a 
proper person to be licensed to carry a pistol or revolver, it is 
therefore hereby ordered: That the license to carry a pistol or 
revolver in this Comaionwealth granted to the said James J. Dugan on 
the 29th day of May, 1919, be and hereby is revoked. 



On information filed by Captain Hickey of Division 7 that 
I Charles Could, holder of a license to carry pistol or revolver and 
'a warrant as a special police officer, has been discharged by the 
! Boston and Albany Railroad, the license to carry a pistol or 
! revolver granted to the said Charles Gould on May 29, 1919. and the 
I appointment as a special police officer for duty in and about the 
I premises of the Boston and Albany Railroad in East Boston, granted 
to the said Charles Gould on April 14, 1919. were revoked. 



On the application of A. F. Washburn, President, John R. 
Galletly was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
iabout the premises of the Unique Theatre located at 700 Washington 
street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 

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



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



Officers. 



Dillon, 

Kennedy, 

O'Connell, 



Robert E. 
William J, 
Daniel G. 



Appointed. 
May 10, 1919. 
June 16, 1919. 



BOSTON, I^IDAY, JUNE 20, I9I9. 



Concluded. 



The application of Inspector William J. Rooney of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for leave of absence froir. duty 
for thirty days, commencing June I6, current, to regain his health 
at South Middleton, 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 ComrniBsionere 
approved:- 



Klarfeld, 


Harris 


119 Hanover st.. 


Pappas, 


Charles S. 


Marvin & Washington sts., 


Tabrisky, 


David 


328 Blue Hill av.. 


Walfish, 


Mark 


1239 Tremont st. , 


Qukow, 


Harry 


24i Paneuil Hall sq. 



The application of Jacob Jacobs for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 156 Q,uincy street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that 
a stand at this location is objected to by the owner of the property, 



Attest: 



Chief Cler 



%' 



747 



748 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, June 21, I919, 



There was no executive session held this day. 



749 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 PemlDerton square, 

Boston, Monday, June 23, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The following named persons were employed as gasolene 
engineers on the police launch "Alert" for four months, commencing 
June 23, current, with pay at the rate of Thirteen Hundred (I30O) 
Dollars per annum. 

Peter Hendricks 
Matthew Fay. 



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



2399 Rapino, 
24 CO Thompson, 



Pas quale 
Alexander J. 



36 Sheaf e st., 
20 Sunset st. 



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



14-6,246 Jordan, Joseph W. 
86,121 Rapino, Pasquale 



in a garage at 

H H II n 



168 Warren st., Rox. , 
119 Portland st. 



750 



BOSTON, MONDAY. JUKE 23. I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Harry Porinan, 35 Grove street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



The application of Peter J. Connolly, Faneuil Hall Market, 
for a Collective Musicians' License for five musicians to parade 
with the members of the Boston Fruit and Produce Exchange, to have 
an outing at Kantasket, on Tuesday, June 24, current, at 9a. m. , 
was granted. 

Route: From Faneuil Hall square to Merchants row. State and 
Broad streets to Rowe's Wharf. 



The application of Samuel N. Cohen, 17 Abbott street, 
Dorchester, to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for 
the year ending June 23, 192O. 



The applications of the follov/ing named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, I920. 



Babbitt, 
Hunter, 
Menard, 
Reid, 



Cobt, 

Donovan, 

Harrington, 

Hodges, 

Johnson, 

Lajnoureux, 

Langill, 

Lawrence, 

Merrill, 



George H. 
Moses F. 
John A. 
Ezra W. 
approved by 

Citizens 
Preston E. 
James D. J, 
William H. 
Arthur J. 
Williair. H. 
George E. 
Prank H. 
Warren F. 
Edward E. 
approved by 
American 



9 Myrtle st., 
20 Greenwic>i st., 
534- Columbus av., 
39 Plynt St., Norfolk Downs 
0. J. Carter, Assistant Cashier, 
National Bank, Boston, 

43 Franklin st. , 

102 Grant st., Somerville, 

103 Julia St., Auburn, R. I., 
253 No. Central av.Wollaston, 
160 Howard st., Melrose, 

Gilbert st. W.Mansfield, 
1 "A" Ivy St. , 
162 Coolidge St., Brookline, 
45 Highland av,, Winthrop, 
C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Exprese Company, 



BOSTON, MONDAY. JUlffi 23, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Nolan, 

Roche, 

Searing, 

Smith, 

Steen, 

looker, 
Twining, 
Wolf, 
Woodard, 



Cunningham, 



Finkelstein, 

Hill, 

Jones, 

Kiloup, 

Morgan, 

Nay lor, 

Newton, 



Turnbull, 
Tryder, 



Wilson, 



William H. 
William G. 
Harry P. 
Walter S. 
George T. 



3 
43 
75 

5 
228 



Kenton rd. , J. P. , 
Franklin st. , 
Draper av., l/Iansfield, 
Spring Park av. , 



Niantic av. 



751 



Providence, 
Rhode Island 



St. 



S w • y 



George W. 43 

Edson N. 64 

Harvey F. 146 
Edward K. \ 36 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 



Franklin 
Florida 
Y/inslow av. , 
Mechanic st. 



D. D. , 
Norwood, 
Webster, 



American Railway Express Company 



Michael J. 
approved by Henry 

Max 

V/illiam L. 

Edgar W. Sr. 

Watson W. 

William A. 

William A. 

James H. 

approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 

Boston & Maine Terminal Division, 
Harline E. II3 Congress St., Amesbury, 
Alfred 243 Lexington st. , 

approved by E. E. Mitchell, Agent, Central 

Wharf, Atlantic avenue, 
Charles D. 39 Munroe st. , Roxbury. 



1112 Bennington st., 

A. Higgins, Master, House of 
Correction, 
No. Russell Bt. , 
Johnson av., Winthrop, 
Akron st. , 

Sanford St., Mattapan, 
W. Q,uincy st., Som. , 
Schuyler st., Roxbury, 
Columbia rd. , 



32 
34 
12 
48 

8 

2 

1596 



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



Cafarella, 

Gordon, 

Greenwood, 

Mo ran, 

Randolph, 

Rosemmayer, 



Joseph 
Robert A. 
Leonard J. 
Thomas P. 
William L. 
Frank 



173 Norfolk St. , D. D. , 
231 Washington st. , 

87 W. Cedar st., 

25 Bowdoin St., 
9 Holyoke st. , 
294 Ruggles St. 



752 



BOSTON. MONDAY. JUNE 23, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 3C, 1920. 

Baril & Brown, 
Humboldt av . , 
Washington at. , 
Columbia rd. , 
Washington st., 
"A" Sudbury st. , 
Hanover st. , 
Hyde Park av . , 
Old South Diamond Co. Inc. 
Washington st., 
E. Cottage st., 
Washington st. , 
Howard st. , 
G. as W. G. Wood & Sons, 
Park 8t. 



Baril, 


Peter E. &) as 


Brown, 


Roger W. J 72 


Breslau, 


Hyman 24^2 


Callahan, 


Edwin T. 635 


Draisen, 


David 194-0 


Goldstein, 


Israel 44 


Levine, 


Edward N. 78 


Marks, 


Abraham H. 1215 


Dreayer, 


Samuel & Benjamin as 




305 


Prezker, 


Charles 78 


Rosen, 


Eli H. 1926 


Winitzer, 


Simon 48 


Wood, 


Frederick M. & Arthur 



On the application of J. H. Brennan, Manager, George C. 
McClintock was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of Loew's New Columbia Theatre located at 97^ 
Washington street for the year ending March 31 , I920. 



On the application of the Citizens National Bank of Boston 
by 0. J. Carter, Assistant Cashier, Ezra W. Reid was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises jj'179 
Summer street for the year ending March 3I, I920. 



On the application of David H. Brand, Owner, Carman T. 
Scopa was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Thompson Square Theatre located at 169-179 
Main street for the year ending March 3I, I920. 



753 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 23, I919. 



Contd. 



On the application of The Eastern Steamship Company "by 
E. E. Mitchell, Agent, Alfred Tryder was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises of Central Wiarf for 
the year ending March 3^1 1920. 



J. Edward Pairbairn, appointed June I3, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The following named police officers who were granted 
indefinite leave of absence to enter the service of the United 
States Army, having been honorably discharged therefrom, returned 
to duty at 5.4-5 P. M. , June 23, 1919:- 

Patrolman Francis J. O'Rourke of Division 1, granted leave of 
absence November 30, 1917. 

Patrolman John C. Clougherty of Division 2, granted leave of 
absence September 21, 1917 • 



The application of Patrolman Timothy F. Gleason of 
Division 13 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commenc- 
ing June 22, current, on account of the death of his brother-in-law 
was granted without pay. 



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



Colson, Robert L. 
Golner, Gershon 
Orient Central Garage 



633 Washington st. 
5 Spring St. , 
1037 Bennington st. 



754 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUKE 23, 1919. 



Concluded, 



The application of Angelo Perraro for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at ll6 Boylston street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for 
the reason that the principal ground floor tenant object sjto a 
stand at this place. 



Attest; 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square, 

Boston, Tuesday, June 24, 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, 1919. 

56 Murray Hill rd., Ros., 
22 Emerson st. , 
63 W. Lenox st. , 
660 Massachusetts av., 
40 Cheshire st., 
1082 Commonwealth av. 



2404 


Hansen, 


Hans A, 


2402 


Manuel, 


Francis D. 


2403 


McGonigle, 


James A. 


1813 


Neville, 


Thomas F. 


2405 


Perkins, 


Elmer F. 


24C1 


Sutton, 


Clarence 



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



737 Connolly, 

14c9 Mahoney, 

454 Whitney, 

2176 Willis, 



James F. 
John B. 
Charles J. 
Samuel J, 



33 Goldsmith St., 
175 Hemenway st. , 
2049 Washington st., 

11 Norfolk St., Roxbury. 



The application of John B. Mahoney for a copy of his 
llicense #46,964 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 2 "A" St. Botolph street was granted. 



755 



756 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of John B. Mahoney for a copy of his 
special stand for Hackney Carriage License #46,964 on Longwood 
avenue, southwest corner of Villa street, was granted. 



The application of Russell H. Morrison for a special 
stand for his Hackney Carriage License jj'125,803 in front of 961 
Tremont street was granted. 



The application of Elizabeth A. D. MacLaughlin, 29 
Pemberton square, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in 
this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The application of Alfred D. Giannotti, 158 Endicott 
street, for a license jiQ2A2'^2 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
was granted until March 1, I92O. 



The application of the Town Taxi Incorporated, by John 
T. Rockett, President, for a license #B21007 to set up and use a 
Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 49 Batavia street was 
granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of the Town Taxi Incorporated, by John T. 
Rockett, President, for a location for its Sight-Seeing Automobile 
License #B21007 in front of 10 Park square, from 8.3O a. m. to 5*30 
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 cases of emergency; and that 
passengers received at this stand shall be returned thereto unless 
they express a desire to alight elsewhere. 



757 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JUHE 24, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Walter V. Hess for a Wagon License 
#6243 to locate in front of 15 Devonshire street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1919. 



Attest: 



<!>!/Jo-<'VU5ci 



Chief Cle 




758 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COIMI SS I OIJER . 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Y/ednesday, June 25, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

Mr. Frank A. Richardson, Assistant Director, Police 
Signal Service, is hereby appointed Director of the Signal Service 
of the Police Department of the city of Boston, to take effect 
at 5.00 P. M., Thursday, June 26, I919. 



It was 

ORDERED: That the pay of the engineers and firemen 
of the Police Steamers be and hereby is established at the follow- 
ing rates, commencing Friday, June 27, I919:- 







Per Day 


1 Chief Engineer 


at 


^4.93 


2 Engineers 


M 


4.72 
3.fe6 


7 Firemen 


N 



Per Week 

$34.52 
33.08 (1725 ea. 
27.04 (1410 ea. 



Per Annum. 
$1800. 
3450. 
9870. 



Total, 



<>15120. 



The application of David K. Crawford, 86 Humboldt avenue, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2406 was granted for the 
year ending June 3c, 1919. 



BOSTON, WEDIIESDAY, JUNE 25, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of David K. Crawford for a license 
#144,216 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 126 
Humboldt avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for new 
Junk Collectors' Badges to replace those lost, were granted:- 



759 



Camel , 
Fox, 



Joe 
Morris 



167 Chelsea st., E. B. 
69 Phillips St. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
' granted for the year ending May ^1, 1920. 



Burton, 
Driscoll, 
Driscoll , 
Geary, 
Kelly. 



Cannizzaro, 
Cogan, 

DeCourcey, 



Hall, 

MacConnell, 

Maddock, 



George 
Frank 
Joseph 
Daniel J. 

John 

approved 
Hotel 
Thomas 
Jeremiah 
approved 
John J. 
approved 



Albert T. 
approved 



r 



by John L. 
& Railroad 



91 Willowood St., D. D. , 
905 Broadway, Somerville, 
47 Princeton st., Medford, 
55 Hudson St., Somerville, 

9 Geroania st., J. P., 
Beunke, Superintendent, 
News Company, 
3 Vicksburg st. , 
D. 84 Southampton st., 
by T. E. Claus, Metropolitan Coal Co., 

40 Isabella st. , 
by F. J. Sullivan, Secretary, Gillette 
Safety Razor Company, 
Leo H. Adams House, Boston, 

William 106 Lonsdale st., 

559 Heath st.. Chestnut Hill 
by S. P. Wyatt, Chief Clerk, National 
Shawmut Bank, 



Murdy, 



Quiggle, 



Albert S. 
approved by 
Gillette 
Fred L. 
approved by 



683 Washington st., Brook. 
F. G. Flynn, Assistant Auditor, 
Safety Razor Company, 

144 Warren av. , 
E. F. Hanscom, Assistant Cashier, 



Fourth-Atlantic National Bank, 



760 



BOSTON, YIEDNESDAY, JUKE 25, 19iy. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Siegsmund, 
Tobin, 



White, 



Charles A. 84 Crawford st., 

Herbert B. 471 Ferry st. , Everett, 
approved by J, M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank, 
Chandler V. 71 Walk Hill st. , 
approved by H. L. Wilson, Treasurer, Boston 
Elevated Railway Company. 



The application of George J. Kaufman, 22 Auburn street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was rejected. 



The application of Frank Feldrnan for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 383 Tremont street was granted for the 
year ending April 3c, 1^20. 



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



Officers. 



Codman, 
McClintock, 
Reid, 
Scopa, 
Tryder, 



Russell S. 
George C. 
Ezra W. 
Carman T. 
Alfred 



Appointed. 
March 31, 1919. 
June 23, 1919. 



761 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JDHE 25, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Edward J. Magner, 7 Gates street. 
South Boston, for a license #022724 to operate a Sight-Seeing Auto- 
mobile was granted until March 1, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman William C. M, Tilton of 
Division 17 for leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing 
June 30. current, to get married was granted without pay. 



The following order was approved :- 

The Mayor and City Council having ordered that an annuity 
be paid from the City Treasury to Christina M. Deininger, widow of 
Charles E. Deininger, formerly a member of the Police Department 
attached to Division 1, who died February 13, I919. from injuries 
received while in the discharge of his duty, as long as said 
Christina U» Deininger, widow of said Charles E. Deininger, remains 
a widow, the amount of said annuity being fixed at |9C0, to be paid 
from the appropriation for Police Department pensions, the Commis- 
sioner, therefore 

Ordered: That the name of Christina M. Deininger, widow 
of the aforesaid Charles E. Deininger, be placed on the Department 
pension roll with an allowance of Nine Hundred (900) Dollars per 
annum payable monthly in sums of Seventy-five dollars, commencing 
June 25, 1919. 



Attest: 




762 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOl'IER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, June 26, I919. 



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 :- 

T]-ie resignation of Patrolman Herbert L. Wingate of 
Division 4 having been presented while charges are pending against 
him, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Thursday, June 26, I919. 
at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Salvatore Grassia for an Amusement 
License to have an exhibition of heavyweight lifting and a musical 
entertainment in Sumner Hall located at 198 Sumner street, East 
Boston, on Tuesday evening, July 1, current, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Hugh Doherty, 47 Lamson street, East 
Boston, for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920. 



The application of the Italian Marine Band, consisting of 
thirty musicians, by Valeric Saja, 124 Prince street, for a Collect- 
ive Musicians' License to parade with the St. Bonito Society, to 
have an anniversary celebration, on Sunday, June 29, current, from 2 
to 4 p. m. , was granted. Band concert in NortJi sq. at 5 P- ^• 

Route: From 3 Snowhill street to Prince, Causeway, Endicott, 
Hanover, Richmond, North, Battery, Charter, Salem and Prince streets 
to Snowhill etreet. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUKE 26, 1919. 



Contd. 



Samuel N. Cohen, reappointed June 23, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
Incumbent on him as a private detective. 



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



Robert E. Lynch 



being a pers 
police offic 
upon said pe 
employment 
act as a rai 
the purposes 
Acts of 1906 
to hold said 
lav. 



on in the employment of 
er of and for said corpo 
tition the person named 
f said corporation, was 
Iroad police officer of 
and with the powers set 
and Acts in addition th 
office until said appoi 



said corporation as a railroad 
ration, was acted upon, and 
therein being a person in the 
appointed a police officer to 
and for said corporation for 
forth in Chapter 463 of the 
ereto and amendatory thereof, 
ntment is revoked according to 



763 



The applications of David Pearlstein for a Pawnbroker's 
License and license to deal in Second Hand Articles at 20 Beach 
street were granted for the year ending April 30, 1920, in place of 
Shear and Lewis revoked October 19, 1918. 



Augustus Meyers, appointed June 18, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



^0^M'^Jk\Jf^**^ fi^ U^. 






764 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Rudolp Hedberg, 62 Myrtle street, 
Waltham, for a license #026167 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile 
was granted until March 1, I920. 



The licenses granted to the following named persons were 
cancelled for non-payment of the license fee:- 

RAM) CART 

79 Card, William C. & Co. in front of 15 Linden Park st. , 
granted June 3, I919. 

WAGON 

3755 Loonie, Edward P. in front of 8 Hampshire st. , 
2843) McAnirlin & Morgan ( " " " I857 Washington A., 
33817 (Washington st. s.w.cor. W. Lenox st., 

4687! Shapiro, Samuel in front of 181 Cabot st. 
4688r 

all granted March 12, I919. 
3382 Chase, R. D. Ex. Co. in front of 319 Chelsea st., E. B., 

granted iiarch I7, 1919. 
1141 Conti, Jerry in front of 337 North st., 

granted April 9, I919. 
BI8889 Wentworth, Bertreim S. in front of 411 Cambridge st., 

granted May I7, 1919. 



The application of PatrolnTan John J. Reilly of Division 
6 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing June 26, 
current, on account of the death of his brother was granted without 
pay. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JUlffi 26, l^l^^. 



Concluded. 



The application of Antonio Silva for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 751 East Broadway was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



765 



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. 


Charles H. Bullock, 


Div. 


4. 


6 days, 


$ 26.30 


« 


Daniel J. Fraser, 


N 


5. 


6 " 


26.30 


N 


Samuel Hutchins, 


II 


9. 


6 " 


26.30 


N 


Arthur P. Shea, 


n 


10, 


6 


19.72 


n 


Michael J. Shea, 


n 


15. 


7 " 


30.68 



$129.30 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending June 26, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$51,554.17 
616.49 
501.49 
199.4-2 

63.85 

152.935.42 



Attest: 




Chief C 



766 



OFFICE OP TH3 POLICE COiOJI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, June 27, 1919. 



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 Joseph L. Halupka, Walpole street, 
Dover, Massachusetts, for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's 
License #2195 was granted. 



The application of Philip Pearlman for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License fro;n 8 Farnham street to the southeast 
corner of Hampden and Farnhara streets was granted. 



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

Mission Church Band, consisting of seventy-five musicians, by 
Francis M. Costello, 805 Parker street, - to parade with the members 
of the Mission Church Pariah on Sunday, June 29, current, at 1 p. m. 

Route: From Smith, Parker, Tremont and Francis streets, Brook- 
line avenue and Jersey street to Fenway Park. 

St. Augustine's Band, consisting of seventy-five musicians, by 
Daniel E. Irwin, 6 Beacon street, - to parade with the Irish County 
Clubs on Sunday, June 29, current, at 12 m. 

Route: Form at Deacon Hall, l657 Washington street, thence to 
Concord street, Columbus avenue, Dartmouth street to Copley square 
to parade with Charlestown Societies to Fenway Park. 

Stone's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Daniel E. 
Irwin, 6 Beacon street, - to accompany the Bench and Bar Reception 
Committee, to escort President DeValera from the South Station to 
the Copley Plaza Hotel, on Saturday, June 28, current, at 6 p. m. 

Route; Form in the South Station thence via Dewey square to 
Summer, Winter, Treraont and Boylston streets to Copley square to 
the Copley Plaza Hotel. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUIJE 2?, 1919. 



Contd. 



767 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

St. Mary's Cadet Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Edward J. Carey, 28 Harvard street, - to parade with Sarsfield 
Branch, Friends of Irish Freedom, and united societies of Gharlestown 
on Sunday, June 29, current, at 1 p. m. 

Route: From City square to Washington Street North, Washington, 
Court, Tremont and Boylston streets, Copley square, Dartmouth street 
Commonwealth and Brookline avenues to Jersey street to Fenway Park. 

George Curry, 37 Perrin street, - one musician and three 
vocalists to parade in an auto truck in connection with the welcome 
home celebration in Roxbury on Saturday, June 28, current, at 7 p«ni. 

Route: principal streets in the Roxbury District. 



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. 1920. 



Adams, 

Adams , 

Burkard, 

Coliten, 

Connolly, 

Crane, 

Felt, 

Grider, 

Havey, 

Henningsen, 

Jaquith, 

Jones, 

Kir by, 

MacNeil, 

McEttrick, 

Mclnnes, 

Mclnnes, 

Murphy, 

Murphy , 

Murray, 

McConnell, 

Ross, 

Salisbury, 

Seabrook, 

Silver, 

White, 

Woolard, 



A. V. 

Charles F. 
Ralph F. 
Edward J. 
Timothy S. 
John D. 
Jonathan B. 
Haskell H. 
John W. 
Carl A. 
Fred 
Frank C. 
Thomas F. 
John L. 
James F. 
John A. 
Joseph R. 
Arthur 
Neal 
John J. 
John Jr. 
Alan M. 
John S, 
George T. 
John W. 
Harold A. 

H. H. 

approved by 



Rob. , 
Som. , 
D. D., 
D. D. , 



11 Everett st., Csjnbridge, 
245 South St., 
171 Belgrade av., 

29 Columbus av. , 

31 Lonsdale st. , 

32 Roseclair st. , 
36 Pearson rd. , Som., 

692 Huntington av., 

14- Kilsythe rd. , Winter Hili. 
201 Holland St., W. Som., 

46 Hobson St., B. D. , 
29 West St. , Maiden, 

103 Circuit St., Roxbury, 
^ 128 Florida st., Ashmont, 
25 Whitten st., 
1208 IJIassachusetts av . , Carab., 
80 Wauinbeck st. , 
48 Stanley st., D. D. , 
34 Channing st., Newton, 
2 Bailey st. , D. D. , 

12 College Hill rd. , Som. 
120 Peterborough st., 

47 Wal de ck s t . . 
68 Stanley av. 
62 Marathon st 
47 Orkney rd. , 
27 Audubon rd. , 

Joseph R. Mclnnes, Vice president, 
John T. Connor Company, 



Medford, 
, , Arlington, 
Brookline, 



768 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUME 27, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Albre, 

Kearney, 

Schneider, 



Sullivan, 



Laurence 9 Ashland st., D. D. , 

Walter J. 51 Landseer st., W. R., 

Jacob 41 Thomas pk. , 

approved by Prank Schofield, Superintendent, 

Boston Beer Company, 
John C. 209 W. Newton St., 

approved by E. Lamont, 225 "A" Tremont st. 



The applications of the following named persons, 
approved by Elmer A. Jones, General Agent, Underwriters Salvage 
Company of New York, for licenses to carry pistols or revolvers 
this Commonwealth itiiah were rejected on June 18, current, were 
reconsidered and granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



in 



Abbott, 

Brady, 

Eberson, 

Hatfield, 

Jones, 

(^uiner. 



William S. 
Prank J. 
S. s. 
Walter V. 
Elmer A. 
John P. 



Salem st., Lynnfield, 
76 quint av. , B. D. , 
401 Lafayette st., Salem, 
64 Grant st., Lynn, 
11 Centervale pk., D. D. 
23 Lothrop St., Beverly. 



The application of Philip Saklad, 1211 Blue Hill avenue, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was rejected. 



On the application of the United States Quartermaster 
Corps by Captain George p. Carter, James P. Dennehy was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of all 
warehouses under the jurisdiction of the Zone Supply Officer of 
Boston for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



769 



BOSTON, IRIDAY, JUIIE 27, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the llantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, Norman T. Fallon was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of Howe's Wharf and the boats owned or operated by said compare 
in Boston Harbor for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of J. E. Riley, Manager, Jeremiah 
O'Brien was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Revere Sugar Refinery located at the 
corner of Richard and Medford streets, Charles town, for the year 
ending March 3I, I920. 



The application of William F. Lill for a Wagon License 
#6280 to locate in front of 15 Devonshire street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1919. 



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 Coraraissioners 
approved:- 



Albertson, 




Simon 






117 


Beck, 




Joseph Sc Sons 


{ 


51-52 








17- 


-I7i 


Bifalco, 




Lina 






352 


Biggi & Casassa 








40 


Bonanno, 




Mary 






384 


Corsino, 




Salvatore 






14 


DeStefano, 




Giuseppe 






^? 


Famulari, 




Domenico 






316 


Fanaro, 




Prank 






30 


Freedrnan, 




Morris 






87 


Pulton Fruit 


Company 






80 


Kingsbury, 




F. M. 






16 



Commercial st., 
No. Market st. , 
Nor th St., 
Hanover st., 
Coimnercial st. , 
Atlantic av. , 
Clinton St., 
Clark St., 
North St. , 
Prince st. , 
Salem st., 
Commercial st., 
Mercantile st.. 



& 



770 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. JUIO) 27. I919. 



Contd. 



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

Blackstone st., 

211-13 North St., 
North St., 
North St., 
Mercantile st. , 
Blackstone st., 
Cottage St., 
Commercial st., 
Paneuil Hall sq. , 
No. Market st., 
Fulton St., & Richmond 

St., 

No. Market st., 
Blackstone st., 
Endicott st. 



Lipsez & Fox 


156 


Maravigna's North St. Macaroni 


Mfg. Co. 


Messina, Gaspere 


275 


Oxman, Morris 


216 


Puffer Bros. 


20 


Ratto, Paulo 


133 


Scannerpico, Giovanni 


59 


Sparta Fruit Company 


33 


Spinney, William J. 


29-32 


Sproul, Paul & Co. 


23-24 


Standard Grocery Company 


80-86 


Valente, Anthony 


27 


Viola, Frank 


154 


Vitale, Nicholas 


157 



The application of Felix Cutillo for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 120 Blackstone street was re- 
turned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the 
reason that a stand is already located at this place. 



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

In any case where there is a sale of liquor by a person, 
firm or corporation having no license granted or in effect from the 
Licensing Board for the city of Boston, prosecutions will bejin t]rie 
Massachusetts Courts in the ordinary manner in which prosecutions are 
made for illegal sales of liquor. The seizure of liquor on the 
premises will be made according to the usual method as prescribed 
by the statutes in such cases. 

Where the person, firm or corporation selling liquor 
possesses a license from the Licensing Board for the city of Boston, 
prosecutions and complaints will be made in the United States Court 
with no seizure of liquor on the premises except in so far as it is 
made for evidence in the prosecution of the case. Complaints will 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1919. 



Concladed. 



General Order concerning sale of liquor - concluded. 

\>e made for violation of the Federal Act of 1913. Section Four, 
Paragraph Two. 

If the President of the United Statea exercises his 
authority under the Act before mentioned and removes the restriction 
on the sale of intoxicating liquor, then any person, firm or 
corporation holding a license from the Licensing Board for the city 
of Boston violates neither the said statute nor, so long as he 
observes the conditions of his license, any state law and will 
therefore not be prosecuted either in the courts of the Commonwealth 
or the United States Courts. 



771 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



772 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 PemTaerton square. 

Boston, Saturday, June 28, 1919' 



There was no executive session held today. 



773 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOHER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, June 30, 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

I-I.ijut .T7 Hazlett of "D^rif: 



ryf^lxxha years, iiaving r*iq.uoBtod io bw i*© tired xi'om &evJ.\ 
'. V -'-.'yi'iarinff to t! ardssiorter that the said Li<-- 

•v-«r,>t.f--: ti-;.l^:< . ^ ■■...?. e^T' Pnl.lc;' ■n.3~3LTt''i 

.;.■;, is iics'jfcy 

Ordered J His Honor the Mayor having appronred the Bsae. 
■h« 8sid Ii«»'.it.«^r.sr.t Haalett be retired from active aerf^loe and 
'..:.: j.>epartaiteij, •. ijwas5.-- *"-'.'" --'■ ■ 

.^e ihousand (iOOO) J:)oll&ts p0r ajozois; ■■£ onr- 

coBxpensation rec«?ive4 "by Mm in the off io© from whlcb h* is r€ 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Catherine 
O'Neill, widow of John O'Neill deceased June 24, current, the sum 
of Forty-six and 66/IOO (46.66) Dollars, being the amount due the 
said John O'Neill as a pensioned police officer of the city of 
Boston at the time of his decease. 



774 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUUE 30, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Charles D. Wilson, 39 Munroe street, 
Roxbury, to Toe reappointed a Private Detective was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1920. 



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

Patrolman Ham W. Morgan ff Division 14 having paxfonwid 
- Ithful service In the Ptiliae Departraant for seventeen and seven- 
"chn years, having requested to "be retired from active service on 
... .r being physically ii»apacitated, and It appearing to the Police 
er that the said Patrolman Uojrgan is permanently incapacitated 
iseiul service, and that his incapacity is not due to injuries re- 
- !- +v.« performance of his duty as a police officer, it is, ther»- 

jrdered: His Hoxoor the Usyor having approved the same, that 
. .. .: .- ^'atrolman Morgan "be retired from active service, and that his 
name "be placed upon the I>epartment pension roll with pay at the rate of 
Hundred, Thirty-Three and 33/ioo (533«33) Dollars per annum, being 
.. third of the amount of condensation reoeived "by him in the Office 
x'r'rm which he is retired; to take effect ]fenda9r, June 30, 1919| a* 5«*5 



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, 1920. 



Bezanson, 


Alfred P. 




14 Fairmount pi. , 


Boushell, 


Edward J. 




31 Breed St., 


Briscoe, 


Joseph J, 




33 Elmore st., Rox. , 


Hall, 


Thoraas H. 




28 So. Huntington av.. 


Horrigan, 


John H. 




9 Delle av., Rox., 


Lee, 


William J. 




199 Eighth St., 


Montgomery, 


Fred B. 




48 Irving st. , 


McCarthy, 


Jeremiah J. 




5 Holiday st.. 


McDonnell, 


Patrick 




272 Lamartine st.. 


Nash, 


Henry M. 




365 Savin Hill av.. 


©•Leary, 


Cornelius 




55 Franklin av., Som. , 


Pearce, 


Fred M. 




114 Broadway, 


Pinder, 


Patrick 




141 W. Fifth St., 




approved by R. 


, E. 


Thompson, Superintendent, 




Gillette 


Safety Razor Company, 



775 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, JUKE 30, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Ripley, 
Sanderson, 



Brockway, 
Burns, 



Clukas, 

Leary, 

Marshall, 

Spaulding, 

Walsh, 



Frank 0. V, 
Herbert S. J 
approved by R. E. 
Gillette Safety 
Louis G. 
James J. 



71 W. Fifth St., 

16 Ash av., Somerville, 
Thompson, Superintendent, 
Razor Company, 
131 Kilsyth rd., B. D. , 

11 Valentine st., Roxbury, 



approved by Arthur E. Dorr, President, Arthur 

E. Dorr & Company, Inc., 
Albert G. Hi Center st., Cambridge, 

approved by F. M. Weymouth, Vice President, 
Hunt-Spiller Manufacturing Corporation, 
John 20 Akron St., Roxbury, 

approved by H. E. Stone, Assistant Cashier, 

Second National Bank, 
Frederick L. 58 Bloorafield st., 
approved by Courtenay Crocker, Trust Officer, 

Metropolitan Trust Company, 
Walter W. 66 Oakland st., Mattapan, 

approved by Calvin Austin, President, Eastern 

Stearaship Lines, Inc., 
Joseph T. 970 Parker st., Roxbury, 

approved by F. H. Strauss, Financial Agent, 
American Railway Express Company. 



The application of Herbert B. Cushing, I70 Newbury street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
which was rejected on June 9. current, was reconsidered and granted 
for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The application of Edward J. Burke, 285 E street, for a 
license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



776 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JUNE 30, I919. 



Concluded. 



I The application of Patrolman Patrick F. Lyons of Division 

2 to be reimbursed in the sura of Fifteen and 24/100 (15.24-) Dollars, 
being the cost of a winter helmet, repairs to his dress coat and 

i 1-f yards of cloth and stripes for new trousers, all of which were 
damaged or destroyed on the night of April 12, I919, in front of 53 
Hanover street, which arresting Vittald Milanski and Alexander 
Milanski, was granted. 



The following named police officers who were granted an 
indefinite leave of absence to enter the service of the United 
States Army or Navy having been honorably discharged therefrom, 
returned to duty June 30, 1919:- 

*Patrolman Frank T. O'Brien of Division 1, granted leave of 
absence August 6, 1918, to enter the Navy, returned to duty at 7'^5 
A. M. 

Patrolman John E. O'Neil of Division I7, granted leave of 
absence October 11, 1917. to enter the Army, returned to duty at 
5.45 P. M. 

♦placed on inactive service. 



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 
I approved ;- 



Michele, 
Lacob, 
Rhodes Bros. 



Biagiotti 
Israel 



91 Main st., 
33 Lowell St., 
1512 "A" Dorchester st. 



Attest; 



Chief CI 



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