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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. July (pp.777-1047)."

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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, July 1, 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



Doraenick Rinaldi was employed as a temporary janitor at 
Station 1 for ten days, ending July 10, current, with pay at the 
rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) Dollars per annum. 



The application of Nathan Groan, 25 "A" Adams street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of Daniel Thompson, 10 Wilgus road, 
Quincy, approved by B. D. Blaisdell, Cashier, First National Bank, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Cojoraonwealth 
was granted until September 1, 19^9 • 



Robert E. Lynch, appointed June 26, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a railroad police officer. 



778 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Patrolman Simon J. Forrest of Division 
7 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight and 39/100 (8.39) Dollars, 
being the cost of cloth for trousers to replace a pair destroyed 
while pursuing Joseph Vallen, wanted for breaking and entering a 
dwelling house on Haynes street. East Boston, on the night of 
May 31, 1919i was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas J. Crocker of 
Division 12 to be reimbursed in the sum of Two and 50/IOO (2.50) 
Dollars, being the cost of cleaning and repairing his uniform dress 
coat and trousers which were damaged April 25, current, when he 
was knocked down by a mounted horse of Division 16 while on duty on 
Hereford street was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Henry P. S. Henriksen of 
Division 12 to be reimbursed in the sum of Fifteen (15) Dollars, 
being the amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account 
of an injury to his left knee by being thrown from his motorcycle 
on the Strandway on June 3, 1919. was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 

Concord av., Camb., 
Charles st. , 
East Cottage st. , 
Auburn st., Cambridge, 
Crowell St. , D. D. , 
Columbus av. , 
North sq. , 
Northampton st.. 
Main st. , Winthrop, 
Warren av.. Maiden, 
prince st.. 



384 


Alden, 


William L. 


340 


22 


Allen, 


William 


119 


880 


Anderson, 


Claus A. 


143 


717 


Arnold, 


Roland M. 


192 


2340 


Askin, 


William F. 


12 


1303 


August, 


Joseph 


200 


2292 


Autuori, 


Frank 


37 


38 


Ayers, 


Walter 


36 


1289 


Baker, 


Frederick A. 


149 


1877 


Barroll, 


Charles 


54 


2410 


Albano, 


Albert L. 


20 



779 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage isrivers' Licenses Granted - oontd. 

184-9 

1975 

152 

1207 

1745 

1980 
264 

655 

1390 

1609 
456 

1838 

641 

2355 

875 
1715 

465 

14$6 

'950 

1477 
304 

423 
2014 

915 
1115 

885 
2357 
1923 

1753 
1669 

2013 

59 

2079 

2332 

366 

748 

272 

1287 
2070 

937 

637 



Batchelder, 


William G. 


172 


West Sixth st.. 


Benson, 


Prank 


214 


So. Huntington av . , 


Black, 


Walter I. 


79 


Willow av. , Som. , 


Blaisdell, 


Arthur E. 


31 


Mt. Vernon st. , W. R., 


Blakeley, 


Frederick F. 


98 Hemenway st.. 


Bradford, 


Walter R. 


17 


Akron st., Roxbury, 


Brannan, 


Patrick S. 


1 


Johnson av. , j, p. , 


Bray, 


James P. 


84 


Coleman st., D. D. , 


Bray ton, 


Gordon R. 


25 


Bickerstaff st.. 


Breen, 


Joseph A. 


590 


Third st., 


Brennack, 


George W. 


11 


Vesta rd., D. D., 


Brewster, 


Harold A. 


2079 


Washington s t. , 


Brewster, 


Joseph F. 


10 


Lament st,, Roxbury, 


Broderick, 


William J. 


102 


Norway st. , 


Brown, 


Fred F. 


121 


Oxford st, , Camb, , 


Burchstead, 


Harry N. 


57 


Woolsen st., Mattapan, 


Burke, 


John J. 


10 


Linden av. , Som, , 


Burke, 


John J. 


225 


Webster st. , E, B. , 


Burke , 


William F. 


70 


Batavia st.. 


Butler, 


Thomas S. 


115 


Rock Glen rd,, Medford, 


Byrne, 


John J. 


u 


Parkton rd. , J, p. , 


Campana, 


Salvatore E. 


185 Cambridge st. , 


Campbell, 


Frederick J. 


35 


Lewis av,, Arlington, 


Carlin, 


Max 


45 


Sherman st., Roxbury, 


Carletti, 


Robert 


70 


Merrimac st.. 


Carmody, 


Joseph P, 


18 


Newman st.. 


Carter, 


Joseph F, 


52 


Newport st., D. D. , 


Casey, 


Thomas P. 


^? 


Concord av,, Som. , 


Cassidy, 


John B. 


66 


Vernon st.. 


Cavagnaro, 


Ernest p. 


651 


Morton st. , 


Cavagnaro, 


Frederick L, 


16 


Calder st., 


Chandler, 


Edward P. 


20 


Larchmont st, , 


Chapman, 


Joseph S. 


181 


Woodrow av. , 


Chapman, 


Robert 


25 


Belvidere st.. 


Christopher, 


John E. 


43 


St. Germain st.. 


Cincotti, 


John 


220 


Hanover st.. 


Clark , 


Morris 


177 


Warren st . , 


Clark, 


Thomas J. 


7 


Fayette st.. 


Cohen, 


Max 


25 


Havelock ^. , D, D, , 


Cole, 


Solomon J, 


27 


Spring Park av., J. P., 


Colonna, 


James 


37 


Norman st., 


Connolly, 


John P. 


48 


Bigelow St., Camb,, 



780 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licensee Granted - contd. 



1856 


Cooper, 


Reginald J. 


66 


1783 


Coyle, 


Frank D. 


289 


1067 


Crocker, 


Raymond J. 


115 


1898 


Crocker, 


Samuel L. 


25 


40 


Cuneen, 


Thomaa J. 


37 


1044 


Currie, 


David C. 


4 


245 


Curran, 


William 


34 


1521 


Daly, 


Thomaa A. 


21 


119 


Daviea, 


George J. 


46 


467 


Davia, 


Neeley, 


776 


2256 


Dedrickaon, 


Oscar S. 


45 


133 


DeFrancesca, 


Henry 


59 


1411 


Deinatfrawnd, 


Adolph 


44 


2337 


DeLold, 


Alfred K. 


9 


977 


Dillon, 


William C. 


13 


1382 


Dilworth, 


Jerome J. 


39 


1797 


DiMuzio, 


Giuseppe 


42 


690 


DiProfio, 


Angelo 


25 


33* 


Doerfler, 


Alfred A. 


111 


2285 


Doherty, 


Edward J. 


640 


1063 


Doherty, 


James A. 


57 


274 


Downey, 


William F. 


1 


1419 


Dowling, 


George W. 


12 


1399 


Doyle, 


Fred W. 


223 


546 


Doyle, 


llichael F. 


2 


1017 


Driscoll, 


John J. 


480 


1351 


Duggan, 


John U. 


1642 


1755 


Dunlea, 


Edmund F. 


22 


2374 


Durbin, 


Frank 


21 


1050 


Durbin, 


Leon F. 


14 


1993 


Bdgerly, 


Fred A. 


200 


269 


Fallon, 


Frank H. 


396 


135 


Farrell, 


Jamea 


57 


2333 


Farrell, 


Jamea W. 


^7 


321 


Fenton, 


Walter F. 


65 


332 


Finland, 


Samuel I. 


353 


1953 


Fiak, 


John F. 


74 


1629 


FitzaljiunonB, 


James 


5 


723 


Fountain, 


Zachariah R. 


19 


2018 


Flax, 


Albert 


395 


1684 


Flax, 


Joseph 


395 


506 


Fleming, 


John T. 


26 


2412 


Fitzsitifaona, 


John J, 


14 


859 


Frank, 


Myer 


26 


2411 


Franklin, 


Charlea M. 


76 



Glenville av., 
Dorchester st., 
Main St., Winthrop, 
Webster st,, Wollaston, 
Paul Gore st., 
Middlesex st., 
Mansfield st. , B. D. , 
Everett at., E. B. , 
Brackett at. , B. D. , 
Beacon 3 t. , 
Waverly st. , B. D. , 
Ambrose at.. Revere, 
Trident av., Winthrop, 
Edwin at. , D. D. , 
Ashford at.. 
Jay St., Cambridge, 
Battery st., 
Wareham st., Medford, 
Bradford at., Everett, 
Somervilla av., Som. , 
Marshall at., Winthrop, 
Eldora at., Roxbury, 
Hallam at. , D. D. , 
Freeport at., 
Ballard pi., Camb. , 
Quincy &. , D. D. , 
Waahington at.. 
Oak Circle, Cambridge, 
Lonadale at., D. D. , 
Woodlawnav., D. D. , 
Waahington av. , B. D. , 
Northaunpton at., 
Wensley at., Roxbury, 
Wensley st., Roxbury, 
Winthrop st. , Roxbury, 
Charles at., 
Franklin st., 
Oswald St., 
Newcomb at. , 
Cross St., Maiden, 
Cross St., Maiden, 
Belvidere st., 
Norton st. , D. D. , 
Trident av., Winthrop, 
Vernon st., Rox. 



781 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted • contd. 



331 Freeman, 

68 Furlong, 

784 Gaines, 

2352 Gallagher, 

1509 Gallagher, 

535 Gallant, 

270 Ganter, 

41 Ganter, 

2237 Garfinkle, 

675 Garfinkle, 

1457 Gar tin, 

54 Geary , 

693 Geswell, 

1501 Gilbertson, 

1195 Glover, 

756 Glover, 

293 Golden, 

2416 Goddard, 

2363 Gorham, 

1782 Gorman, 

2339 Gottsman, 

1503 Gould, 

174 Graham, 

1796 Granstrom, 

1513 Greene, 

1855 Green, 

1600 Greenwood, 

567 Greenwood, 

2345 Griffin, 

1136 Gustafson, 

1944 Haffer, 

339 Hagerty, 

1992 Hanrahan, 

749 Harrington, 

640 Harris, 

1632 Harris, 

19 Harson, 

2000 Hartung, 

1147 Hayes, 

226 Hearn, 

126 Heggie, 

278 Henderson, 

2497 Henderson, 



Maurice 10 
William G. Jr. 2^8 

Daniel F, 24 

Patrick N. 50 

Walter G. 21 

Uyer 63 

Frank W. 187 

Frederick 46 

Morris 1 

Reuben 1 

David F. 157 

Timothy J, 7 

John A. 486 

Isaac W. 3899 

Elijah C. 118 

James A. 240 

James F. 45 

Harvey A. 385 

William H. 19 

Robert E. 3964 

William N. 768 

Walter B. 101 

Robert J. 1027 

John A. 62 

Henry J. 276 

Roland P. 1710 

Howard B. 507 

Joseph 9 

John H. 40 

Bruno K. F. 147 

Jacob 84 

Dennis A. 10 

William C. 675 

James R. 559 

Ernest L. 84 

William 222 

Ryder D. 585 

Andrew F. 614 

John F. 277 

James 14 

John F. 39 

Frank H. 11 7 

Wilfred W. 80 



Ottawa St., 
Harrison av., 
Sudan st., D. D., 
Linden Park st. , 
Webster av. , Som. , 
Nightingale st. , D. D., 
Lamar tine st., 
Brook av., Roxbury, 
Bower pk. , Roxbury, 
Bower pk. , Roxbury, 
W, Newton st., 
St. Williams St., D. D. 
Main St., Medford, 
Washington st. , Ros., 
Lenox St. , 

Huntington av., H. P., 
Joy St., 

Huron av. , Camb. , 
St. Germain st., 
Washington st., 
Morton St. , 
Western av., Camb., 
Dorchester av,. 
Cope land st., Roxbury, 
Ruggles St. , 
Commonwealth av,, 
Warren st., Roxbury, 
Unity av.. Revere, 
Monument av., C. D., 
Prospect St., Camb., 
Shirley av., Revere, 
Fox St. , D. D. , 
Massachusetts av., 
"A" E. Sixth St., 
Clifton St., Roxbury, 
Northampton st. , 
Broadway, 
E. Eighth St., 
Highland st. , 
Bellf lower st., 
Fenwood rd. , 
Warwick st., 
Stoughton St., D. D. , 



782 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1268 
882 

1915 
2148 
1372 
52 
1183 

877 
1846 

586 
1666 

348 

1499 
2123 

404 
1891 
2021 

662 
1798 

981 
1082 
2358 

102 
1506 

1033 
1133 

1267 

1934 

13^6 

1959 
1682 

1933 
854 

1862 
164 
110 

2071 

1896 
413 

1549 
1245 
1013 
1192 

53 



Henebury, 


William J. 


28 


Henry, 


Leonard G. 


81 


Herman, 


Alonzo H. 


93 


Hernandez, 


Lewis R. 


20 


Hessel. 


Max L. 


30 


Heyraan, 


Fred 


31 


Higginbottom, 


William T. 


190 


Hill, 


Lester S. 


534 


Home, 


Julius 


4 


Houghton, 


John L. 


30 


Howard, 


Thomas J. 


82 


Hurley, 


William F. . 


7 


Hurrell, 


Louis B. 


12 


laraelson, 


Abraham 


50 


Ivers, 


Ralph M. 


526 


Jackson, 


Joseph H. 


l60i 


Jacobs, 


Samuel 


650 


Jester, 


George 


118 


Johnson, 


Carl J. 


14 


Johnson, 


George c. 


3? 


Johnson, 


Oscar 


1536 


Johnson, 


Waif red E. 


21 


Johnson, 


William G. 


39 


Jones, 


Hugh C. 


16 


Jordan, 


Joseph W. 


127 


Joyce, 


John J, 


1 


Kaplan, 


Samuel 


106 


Keating, 


Patrick F. 


23 


Keeble, 


Alfred 


66 


Keefe, 


William F. 


21 


Kelly, 


Edward J. 




Kelley, 


Francis H. 


6 


Kelly, 


Francis J. 


39 


Kelley, 


John A. 


6 


Kelley, 


John F, 


106 


Kelley, 


John V. 


824 


Kelly, 


Joseph M. 


104 


Kelly. 


Martin C. 


189 


Kelly, 


William J. 


422 


Kershaw, 


Harry T. 


106 


Kiernan, 


John M. 


26 


Kimball, 


Peter 


161 


Knowles, 


Horace F. 


44 


Lalor, 


Edmund I . 


43 


Langone, 


John 


114 


Langone, 


Stephen 


238 



Som. , 

Water town, 

Beachmont, 



Forest st., 
Bromfield rd. 
Wal tham St., 
Stanley av. , 
Dolphin av., 
Creston st. , 
W. Fifth St., 
Newbury st. , 
Motley St. , 
Granville st., 
Conant st., Roxbury, 
East Cottage st. , 
St. Germain st., 
Munroe st., Roxbury, 
Massachusetts av., 
H St., 

Seventh st. , 
Kinnard st., Camb., 
Hallam st.. 
Clarendon s t. , 
Centre st., Roslindale, 
Corbett st.. 
Clarendon st., 
DeWolfe st., Camb., 
Centre st.. 
Cordis St., C. D. , 
Winthrop St., Roxbury, 
Windermere rd.. 
Orchard St., Ceunb. , 
Mapleton st. , B. D. , 
Prides Crossing, 
Belfort St. , D. D. , 
Belvidere st. , 
Belfort St., D. D. , 
"A" Chestnut av. , 
Blue Hill av.. 
Pleasant St., D. D., 
Highland st. , 
Parker st., Roxbury, 
Stoughton st. , 
Park rd., Belmont, 
Glenway st. , D. D. , 
St. Germain st., 
St. Botolph St. , 
Mountain av., Revere, 
Hanover st. , 



783 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY i, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1643 
2346 

2325 
1341 

1385 
2 

1733 
661 

439 
1103 
2324 

319 

2329 
144 

1168 

1546 

547 

96 

850 

810 

1746 

2323 

21 

217 

1805 
638 
732 

1152 

2f 
2336 

1420 
268 
488 
815 

1002 

1968 

917 

36 

1410 

1383 
596 

42 
1628 



Lav is. 


William R. 


1779 


Leavy, 


Herman 


34 


Lee, 


Frank A. 


21 


Leigh ton, 


Benjamin F. 


374 


Levine, 


Benjamin 


^t 


Lord, 


George C. 


68 


Lord, 


Harold H. 


68 


Lydon, 


Michael J. 


42 


Lyons, 


Patrick L. 


18 


Lyons, 


George E. 


14 


Lyons, 


Joseph J. 


350 


Mackie, 


William J. 


1 


Magee, 


John E. Jr. 


83 


Mann, 


William A. 


5 


Manning, 


Thomas 


52 


Manning, 


William J. 


34 


Marden, 


Harold M. 


6 


Mar ley, 


Harry j. 


34 


Marshall, 


Herbert S. 


164 


Marston, 


William D. 


103 


Mason, 


John F. 


148 


Matthews, 


Carl C. 


26 


Mayo, 


Harriet F. 


296 


Meilman, 


Harry 


m 


Messer, 


William F. 


Miller, 


Ernest M. 


531 


Miller, 


James 


7 


Miller, 


Phillip 


96 


Monahan, 


Thomas L. 


98 


Montgomery, 


Arthur p. 


102 


Montgomery, 


Herbert E. 


4 


Morris, 


George C. 


629 


Morris, 


Nicholas J. 


188 


Morrison, 


John 


7 


Mowatt, 


Frederick A. K. 


1553 


Muda, 


Alexander M. 


33 


Mulraat, 


Isadore 


107 


Munro , 


William V. 


177 


Murphy, 


Francis T. 


22 


Murphy. 


James J. 


24 


Murphy, 


Timothy 


32 


Murphy, 


Timothy P. 


26 


McCarthy, 


Stephen 


877 


McCourt, 


John W. 


65 



Washington st. , 
Colonial av., D. D. , 
Hollis St., 
Lynn St., Maiden, 
"A" Clifford St., 
Alexander st. , 
Alexander st.. 
Vale St., Roxbury, 
Oregon st. , Roxbury, 
Winthrop st. , C. D. , 
Cambridge st., B. D. , 
Bentham rd., D. D. , 
Adams st., D. D. , 
Burr St., J. P., 
Joy St. , 
Baxter st., 
Waverly st., Roxbury, 
Decatur st. , E. B., 
Walnut av. , 
Belgrade av . , W, R. , 
Berkshire st. , Camb., 
Chester st. , Mattapan, 
Newbury st., 
Charles st. , 
Warren st. , Brighton, 
Columbus av. , 
Chestnut st., Chelsea, 
Harrishof st, , 
Chelsea st., Everett, 
Winthrop st. , Roxbury, 
Cope land pi., Roxbury, 
River St., 
Eustis St. , 
Gay St. , Roxbury, 
Blue Hill av., 
Olive av.. Maiden, 
Waumbeck st., 
Cabot St., Roxbury, 
Hancock st. , D. D. , 
St. Germain st., 
Dundee st., 
Bellf lower st., 
Huntington av. , 
Blue Hill av.. 



784 



BOSTOU, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - oontd. 



31 
1221 

436 

528 

92 

1520 

1442 

581 

2409 

192 

947 

2154 

1845 

1665 

2252 

2108 

1507 

305 

1749 

2351 

1803 

595 
179 

2124 

614 

1293 

i3n 

87 

197 

2414 

1594 

1773 

11 

1176 

2189 
1495 

1657 

448 

1984 

1539 
1540 



McDonald, 


Angus 


23 


McDonald, 


Jerome J. 


31 


McDonald, 


Joseph F. 


198 


McGarrigle, 


Daniel 


92 


McGeney, 


Nicholas J. 


245 


Mclntire, 


Ira D. 


1078 


McLean, 


William L. 


9 


McMahon, 


Thomas C. 


205 


McMorrow, 


Hugh A. 


200 


McNally, 


Robert J, Jr. 


4 


McNiff, 


Bernard J . 


360 


McPherson, 


Robert A. 


141 


McTernan, 


John 


46 


Naymie, 


George J. 


101 


Neale, 


Edmund L. 


230 


Norris, 


Frederick A. 


56 


Norton, 


Frank G. 


690 


Norton, 


Mark H. 


73 


Nutile, 


Vincent 


12 


O'Brien, 


John M. 


188 


O'Brien, 


Thomas 


131 


O'Brien, 


William H. 


132 


O'Connor, 


John W. 


23 


O'Keefe, 


Daniel 


70 


O'Keefe, 


Patrick 


7 


Ormsby , 


Robert D. 


37 


Osgood, 


Daniel B. 


37 


Owens, 


Bernard P. 


13 


Owens, 


Thomas L. 


88 


Paine, 


Charles C. 


32 


Paraboschi, 


Louis 


120 


Paris, 


David 


120 


Parker, 


James W. 


31 


Pelosi, 


Valerio 


190 


Perrigo, 


Andrew J. 


155 


Petcove, 


Abraham 


26 


Peterson, 


Henry P. 


9 


Peterson, 


Nelson J. 


11 


Phelan, 


John J. 


2 


Phillips, 


John H. 


69 


Phillips, 


William G. 


69 


Pira, 


Arthur H. 


90 


Pittiraa, 


Henry 


455 


Pratt, 


Herbert C. 


95 



Juniper st. , 

Radcliffe st. , D. D. , 

Ley den st, , 

Revere st. , 

Havre st. , 

River St., H. P., 

Greenwich pk. , 

E. Cottage st., 

W. Brookline st., 

Charapney pi . , 

centre st., J. P., 

Manthorne rd. , 

Harvard st., 

Tyler st., 

Massachusetts av., 

Astor St., 

Centre st,, 

Paul Gore st. , 

No. Bennet st. , 

Gold St., 

Blake st., H. P., 

"A" Vernal st., Everett, 

Rosemont rd., D. D., 

E. Brookline st., 

Thompson st., C. D. , 

Summer st., Medford, 

Worcester st., 

Dorr St., Roxbury, 

Winthrop St., Roxbury, 

Alexander av., Medford, 

Pearson rd. , Som, , 

Shawmut av. , 

Edgewood at., Roxbury, 

North St., 

Massachusetts av., 

Myrtle st., 

Neponset av. , 

Pleasant st., C. D., 

St. Mary's ct. , Brook., 

Cross St., Maiden, 

cross St. , Maiden, 

Revere st., 

Columbus av . , 

Moreland st., Som., 



785 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 

2129 

860 

172 
1964 

769 

437 
1125 
2033 
1258 
1446 
2125 

219 

962 
2266 

1951 

664 

298 

441 

276 
1678 
1369 
2103 

881 

142 

300 
2060 
1686 

953 

793 

1261 

990 
2083 

853 

1830 

261 

750 

64 

1875 
531 

2097 
1614 



Flatten, 


Prank S. 


59 


Dehone St., Revere, 


Preston, 


Richard F. 


24 


Cedar st., Roxbury, 


Priestly, 


William 


130 


W. Brookline st.. 


Prince, 


Benjamin 


97 


Way land st.. 


Prodromes, 


John 


87 


Tyler st., 


Raneri, 


Anthony 


13 


"A" Wigglesworth st.Som. 


Ravenscrof t, 


William N. 


294 


Lexington st. , 


Ray ner , 


William J. 


1207 


Blue Hill av.. 


Reardon, 


John D. J. 


2475 


Washington st. , 


Reardon, 


William J. 


16 


Milton fib., Cambridge, 


Regan, 


Peter 


13 


Brackett st., Brighton, 


Ring, 


David P. 


349 


Broadway, 


Robbins, 


Walter M. 


191 


Huntington av. , 


Rockett, 


John T. 


32 


Park Vale av. , 


Roland, 


George 


4 


Sumner ct., J. P; 


Rosenthal, 


Barney 


^S 


Wayland St., Roxbury, 


Ryan, 


John P. 


258 


Massachusetts av., 


Safrin, 


Henry M. 


71 


Eutaw St., 


Saunders, 


Alfred H. 


54 


Bartlett St., C. D, , 


Sawyer, 


Charles W. 


817 


Beacon st.. 


Sawyer, 


Prank 


817 


Beacon st. , 


Scannell, 


John J. 


16 


Pontiac st.. 


Schlossberg, 


Barney 


15 


Wayland st., 


Schlossberg, 


Nathan 


231 


Calender st. , D. D. , 


Scott, 


William E. 




Willis ter. , Roxbury, 


Secord, 


Charles E. 


6 


Batchelder st., Roxbury, 


Sessoma, 


John W. 


37 


Lenox st., Roxbury, 


Sewell, 


Frederick J. 


22 


Worcester st.. 


Shannon, 


Francis W. 


'11 


Pond av., Brookline, 


Shepherd, 


William A. 


Vermont av., Som. , 


Sheridan, 


Thomas 


150 


Warren av . , 


Sherman, 


Guy W. 


12 


Stanwood st. , 


Shiels, 


Charles 


55 


Dunster rd., J. P., 


Shlosky, 


Thoraas 


24 


Minot St. , 


Shyne , 


William W. 


47 


Moultrie st., D. D. , 


Siciliano, 


Armando 


124 


Prince st,, 


Siciliano, 


Pasquale 


124 


Prince st. , 


Sillers, 


William W. 


24 


Walnut rd. , Som. , 


Simons, 


Maurice J. 


146 


Ciuincy st. , 


Skinner, 


Kenneth A. 


55 


queensberry st., 


Slade, 


William 


532 Hyde Park av . , 


Slamin, 


Patrick H. 


30 


St. Germain st. , 


Sloan, 


Patrick F. 


871 


Saratoga st. , 


Smith, 


Augustine J. 


3 Burney st. , 



786 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



154 
1318 

632 
146 
609 

1793 

2032 

1460 

360 

5 

887 

705 

231^ 

258 

2415 
316 
869 
2245 
2342 
624 
428 

1473 

930 

2182 

26 

2213 

9 

1958 

43 
1112 
1206 
1510 
2069 

419 
1139 
2055 
i960 
2408 
1656 

895 
2051 
1362 
2204 

2327 



Smith. 


Bernard 


33 


Smith, 


Charles S. 


211 


Smith. 


William Jr. 


68 


Solomon, 


Joseph 


15 


Solov, 


Louis 


1 


Splaine, 


Cornelius J. 


81 


Stagnaro, 


Joseph A. 


369 


Stead. 


George S. 


105 


Steeves, 


Norman L. 


132 


Stephens, 


George C. 


2 


Stone, 


Frederick T. 


41 


Strachan, 


Herbert W. 


906 


Sullivan, 


Francis J. 


334 


Sullivan, 


Frank J. 


286 


Sullivan, 


Humphrey P. 


6 


Sullivan, 


Jeremiah J. 


28 


Sullivan, 


Jeremiah J, 


218 


Sullivan, 


John E. 


110 


Sullivan, 


John J. 


14 


Sullivan, 


Patrick F, 


20 


Sullivan, 


Patrick J. 


7 


Sullivan, 


Peter C. 


^^ 


Sullivan, 


Timothy H. 


60 


Sullivan, 


Timothy J. 


12 


Sudenfield, 


George 


36 


Tanner, 


Arthur J. 


35 


Tevnan, 


John E. 


30 


Thompson, 


Earle B. 


125 


Thompson, 


Herbert B. 


125 


Thorburn, 


John Jr. 


cor. 


Thorne , 


Stephen 


7 


Thornton, 


Bernie R. 


1207 


Timmins, 


Edward 


48 


Tirk, 


Michael 


39 


Toomey, 


Frank J. 


50 


Trundy , 


Thomas W. 


90 


Turner, 


William L. 


692 


Twohig, 


James J. 


76 


Tyler, 


Albert 


19 


Vanderwarker, 


James R. 


155 


Van Wart, 


John J. 


58 


Varnerin, 


Henry P. 


47 


Vernon, 


Abraham J. 


53 


Violet, 


James 


24 


Volants, 


Antonio 


24 



Pembroke st. , 

Huntington av. , 

Paul Gore st.. 

Arbutus St., 

Bulfinch St., 

Paris St., 

Hanover st., 

Elmwood St., W. R. , 

Warren st., Roxbury, 

Melrose st. , 

Moreland st. , 

Harrison av. , 

Clyde St., Brookline, 

Ruggles St., 

Kenway st., Carab., 

Hampshire st., 

Columbus av . , 

Sawyer av . , 

Ocean st., D. D. , 

Cowperthwaite st., Camb. 

Albermarle st., 

Pembroke st. , 

Newton St., Som. , 

Locust St. , 

So. Russell St., 

Rochester st. , 

Irma av., Watertown, 

W. Newton st. , 

W. Newton st., 

Call & Bishop sts., J. P. 

Milford St., 

Blue Hill av., 

Pratt St., B. D., 

Somerset st. , 

Haverhill St., C. D. , 

Milton av. , D. D. , 

Saratoga st. , 

W. Fifth St., 

Westcott St., 

cedar st., Wellesley Hills 

Chestnut av., Rox., 

Townsend st,, 

Stratton st. , D. D. , 

Dwight St. , 

Mead St., B. D. , 



787 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



1104 Wade, 

131 Wadkina, 

1126 Waldorf, 

386 Wall, 

2203 Walinsky, 

1030 Walsh, 

1276 Walsh, 

1288 Ward, 

379 Walton, 

1437 Warner, 

746 Webb, 

482 Webber, 

2037 Weisberg, 

593 Welch, 

147 White, 

1349 White, 

685 Whiteside, 

1760 Whittington, 

709 Wiley, 

1354 Willey, 

182 Williams, 

1815 Wittenauer, 

1172 Woods, 

1729 Woods, 

566 Woods, 

2016 Wotton, 

1853 Wright, 

992 Yaffe, 

663 Yourell, 



Eddy C. 50 

Willie B. 7 

Henry M. 11 

Charles H. 580 

Robert E. 722 

Charles W. 60 

James F. 43 

Rowland 1? 

Charles 51 

Martin L. I30 

John W. 10 

Frank E. 25 

George J. 7 

Edward F. 6 

James H. 5 

Edward J. 43 

Thomas W. 2789 

Everett V. 69 

Franklin S. 24 

Harry R. 31 

Myer 19 

Albert I33 

Edward G. 5 

Herbert S. 35 

William J. 22 

Frank H. 14 

Charles I7 

Phillip J. 56 

Richard F. 72 



Chandler st., 
Colambus sq. , 
Sumner st., D. D. , 
Broadway, 
Metropolitan av., 
Lambert av . , Rox. , 
Woodward st., 
Westminster St., H.P., 
Hancock st. , 
Green St., Lynn, 
Aspen St. , Roxbury, 
Astor St., 
"A" Dana St., 
Longwood ter. , 
Hawthorne rd. , Mattapan 
Sturbridge st., 
Washington st. , 
Harvard av . , 
Church St., 
Hanson st. , 
Forest st. , Winthrop, 
Paul Gore st. , 
Royal St. , 
Aldie St., 
Autumn St. , Som. , 
Medfield st.. 
Cleaves st. , 
Brighton av. , 
Harriet 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, 1920. 



15,660 Alden, William L. 
033A 
O33B 
033c Armstrong Trans. Co. 

03315 
033E 
033F 
033G 



in a garage at 



293 Northampton st. , 
271 Albany st.. 



788 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Armstrong Trane. Co. in a garage at 2?! Albany st., 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

033H 

033J 
033K 

033L 

033R 

033s 

033T 

033V 

033W 

033X 

033^ 
033AA 
033AB 
033AC 
033AD 
033AF 
033AB 
033AG 
033AH 
033AJ 
033AK 
033AL 
033AM 
033AII 
033AP 
033AR 
033AS 
033AT 
033AV 
033AW 
033AX 
033BA 
033BB. 
289) 

441 ( 

909 ( 

927) 

1162) 
O26IA) 
O26IB) 
146,19^ 
58,535 
40,589 
411 



Allen, William 

August, Joseph 

Austin John B. 
Autuori, Frank 
Bachioan, William W. 
Bailey, George S. 



" stable " 



garage 



271 " " 

22 Charlep St., 
122 Arlington st. , 



II n « 


M 


19 Fordham rd. , 


H H « 


H 


141 Sumner st., E. B. 


UN N 


If 


255 Northampton st.. 


* " stable 


H 


39 Warren st., CD. , 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



681 

682 

1652 

1654 

1656. 
'19.635) 
117,674) 
798 
0403A) 
0403B) 
O702A 
0702B 
0702c 
0702D 
0702E. 
31.156 

130,677) 
60,096 
694 
069 6 A 
O696B 
0696c 
O696D 
O696E. 

32,511 
01009A 
01009B 
01009c 
01009D 
01009E 
OIOO9P 
01009G 
01009H 

01009J 
01009K 

01009L 
OIOO9M. 

42, 521 

OI62OA) 

OI62OB) 

570 



Bean, H. Willie 



Benson, Prank 

Bigwood, John E. 
Blaisdell, Arthur E. 



Brady, Patrick J. 



Brannan, Patrick S. 

Bray, James P. 
Brennan, Thomas 



Brewster, Joseph F. 



Brown, Pred P. 



Brown Garage & 
Carriage Company 



in a stable at 41 Pembroke st.. 



garage at 406 So. Huntington av. 



Byrne, John J. 
Cairns Bros. 

Ca;ilahan, Timothy P. 



N M 
N ft 



N M 



H N 



N N 



Stable " 19 W. Canton st., 
garage " l8C0 Centre st., W.R., 



97 Morton st. . 



n N 

Stable " 



89 Heath st., Roxbury 

140 Bowdoin st., Dor.l 
7"^ Ghardon st. , 



n N 



garage " 72 Linden Park st., 



* 119 Portland st.. 



M M 



70 Brimmer st. , 



N N 
H M 



N n 



" 408 So. Huntington av., 
* 1335 Hyde Park av. . 



789 



stable " 249 Rutherford av.. 



790 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



96,321 

104,472 

84,845 

9.368 

43,329 

oii??a) 

01122B) 
O3I9A) 
O319D) 
0469B) 
0469c) 
1 
2 

3 

4 
8 

34 
147 

1 477. 

' 50,8^2 

01226A 

01226B 

01226c 

012261) 

01226E. 
159 
301 
329 
599 
1172 

1493 

959. 

141 
152 
320 
346 

779 
277. 
030IA 
030IB 
0301c 
03011) 
030IE 
030IF 
030IG 
030IH 
121,935. 



Cannon, Thomas L. 
Carle tti, Rotert 
Carl in. Max 
Carney, Timothy J. 
Casey, Thomas Y. 
Cassidy, John B. 



in a garage at 

n n N a 



n H 

it H 

N tt 

N N 



M N 

n w 

H m 

N N 



Cavagnaro, Louie A,& Sons in a " " 
Central Garage in a garage at 



Chandler, Edward P. 



Chapman, Joseph S. 



H N 



stable 



153 Liverpool st. , 
119 Portland at. , 

16 Maywood at,, 
255 Northampton st. , 
24 Chardon st. , 
72 Linden Park St., 

18 Washington st, 

D. r». , 
153 Liverpool st. , 



78 Northampton st. , 



" garage " II9 Portland st., 



Christopher, John E. " " " ••272 W. Newton st.. 



Cincotti, John 



" " stable •• 35 Endicott St.. 



Clifford, John J. 



N N n 



•♦ 7i Chardon st.. 



Cobb, David F. 



garage 



^^ Bicker staff St., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



LlceneeB to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



Colonna, James 
Collins, Patrick J. 
Columbus Garage 



Connolly, John P. ) 



Cook, William 
Cooper, Reginald J. 



Cosican, Charles W. 
Coughlan, Jeremiah B. 
Coyle, Prank D. 
Craffey, John T. 
Crocker, Samuel L. 
Crosby, Frederic J. 



55,901 

0480A 
0480E) 

15.375) 
15.376( 
664) 
44,363^ 
01492A 
01492E) 

134,773 
260 

98,400 
I 278 

98.595 

33.981 

0869A 

0869B 

0869c 

0869D 

0869E 

0869F 

08690 

0869H 

0869J 

0869K 

0869L 

0869M 

0869N 

0869P 

0869R 

0869s 

0869T 

0869V 

0869V/ 

0869X 

O869Y 
O869AA 
O869AB 
0869AC 
0869AD 

19. 44;^') Cuneen, Thomas J. 



in 

M 


a 

M 


garage 

n 


at 


M 


« 


w 


N 


H 


H 


N 


H 


n 


H 


H 


N 


N 


H 


Stable 


n 


n 

N 


tt 

n 


garage 


n 

N 


N 


N 


N 


n 


M 


N 


stable 


M 


It 

N 


N 

N 


garage 
stable 


n 

N 


H 

N 


H 
H 


garage 





Cumminge Bros. Co, Inc. 



656, 



n 



tt H M 

" " Stable 



791 



24 Chardon st. , 
634 Huntington av., 
408 So. Huntington av, 

8 West St. , Camb. , 

8 Byron st. , 
41 Worcester sq.rear 
19 Fordham rd. , 

72 Broadway, 
41 Pembroke st., 
628 E. Fourth St. , 
361 Warren st., Rox. , 
19 Clarendon st. , 
65 Zeigler st., Rox.i, 



10 Chamber st.C.D. , 



408 So. Huntington av., 
41 Pembroke st. , 



792 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



%^. 



- IT, 'cij^O. ' 

„ ly, laSO, 



OI645A 
0164 5B 
01645c 
OI645D 
OI645E. 
194) 
214) 
155 
112,334 
40,445 
114,022) 
1.706) 
98.174 
O643A 
52,222 
137.957 

1,685 
07 68a) 
07 68b) 
01754c 
017 54E) 
0295A 
0295B 
0295c 
0295D 
O295E. 
138,654 
O833E 
13.434) 
82,093 
453 
132; 
03IIA 
031IB 
03IID 
031IE 
03IIP 
03IIG 
03IIH 
031IJ 
031IK 
O31IL 
03IIM 
03IIN 
031IP 



Cunningham, Thomas J. Inc. in a garage at 



30 Hancock st., 
D. D. 



Daly ^ Burke 

Danforth, William A. 
Davis, William H. 
Deinstfrewnd, Adolph 
Dillon, William C. 

DiMuzio, Giuseppe 
DiProfio, Angelo 
Doerfler, Alfred A. 
Dolinsky, Alexander 
Donohue, Patrick 
Doyle, Fred W. 

Driecoll, John J. 



Duggan, John M.Estate " " 



in a stable at 70 Bremen st. , 



41 Pembroke st,, 
28 Wyman st. , 
12 Garden st. , 
22 Linden st,, E.D. , 
22 Charles st. , 
21 Hawkins st., 
25 Irvington st, , 
119 Portland st., 

33 Creston st. , 
145 Ipswich St., 
289 Adams st., Dor., 

255 Northampton st. , 



12 E. Concord st. , 



11 


H 


H 


M 


H 

n 


H 
N 


garage 


M 

R 


N 


N 


n 


M 


H 


n 


n 


H 


n 


n 


it 


H 


n 


M 


II 


N 


N 


II 


M 


N 


n 


H 


II 


H 


N 


n 


stable 


II 


H 


N 


garage 


II 



Durbin, Frank * " " * 21 Lonsdale st.,Dor, 
Eager' 8 Commercial Garage Inc. in a garage at 460 Albany st, 
Edgerly, Fred A. in a garage at 200 Washington 8t,B,D. 



Parrel 1, James 



" " stable * 175 Centre st., 



Fenway Garage Co, 



n n 



garage 



175 Ipswich St. , 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



793 



Penwjay Garage Co. 



In a garage at 175 Ipswich st., 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

031IR 

0311s 

03IIT 
I 03IIV 
I O31IW 

; 0311X 

03IIY 
I 031IAA 
I 03IIAC 

03IIAD 

03IIAE 

O31IAF 

0311 AG 
! 0311A}i 

03IIAJ 

03IIAK 

OIUAL 

13.293 
i3.294 

13.295 

13.296 

13.297 

' 13.298 

13.299 
13.300. 
44,502 
8.134 
65,060 
29.442) 
498 ( 

731) 
142,406 

56,752 
80,654 

3$8 

1400 



Finn, Charles J. 
Finn, Michael 
Fisk, John F. 



( 



Fitzsimmons, James } 

{ 



30,577 
144,198 
114,054 
261) 
326( 

130,829 



Fivenson, Isaac P. 
Flanagan, Thornas 

Flax, Joseph " 

Fleming, John T. " 
Fountain, Zachariah R." 

Frank , liyer " 
Franklin, Charles M. * 

Franklin, Warren £. " 



N 
M 
H 
H 
H 
M 
«l 
N 
M 

n 

H 

N 
M 
H 



H 
N 

M 
N 

stable 

n 

garage 

M 

n 

stable 

n 

garage 



N 
N 

N 
H 

n 

N 

<• 
n 

H 

H 
tt 

ff 
H 

N 



255 

L356 
S34 
634 
634 
168 
137 

119 
41 

7i 
440 
168 

19 



Northampton st., 
Columbia av, , 
Commonwealth av., 
Huntington av. , 



St., Dor. 



Norwell 

I St., ! 

Portland st., 
Pembroke St., 
Chardon st,. 
Commercial st., 
Warren st. , Rox. , 
Way land st,, Rox. 



Furbush, Almon J, 
Gaines, Daniel F. 



" " stable " 



garage 



200 Washington st.B,D, 
36 Warren st,, C, D. , 



794 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Eackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



96,780 
052OA 

16.757 
67,229 
48.335 

100,811 

147,024 
48,908 

132,793 

46,799 

94,517 

46,147 

211 

29,836 

600) 

623) 

59.519 

01514A) 
01514E( 
01514c) 
01468A 
01468b 
01468c 
01468D 
01468E. 

134.993 
1 16,272 

' 16.273 
16.274 

16.275 
16.276 

16,277. 
' 52.733 
141.527) 

55,637 

85.429 
01 57 lA) 
01571B( 
01571c) 

208 

602 

992 

1364 

1717. 



Gallant, Myer 
Ganter, Prank W. 
Gar tin, David P. 
Glover. Elijah C. 
Glover, James A. 

Golden, James P. 
Goldstein, Jacob 
Goldston. Ernest 
Gottsiaan. Williain K. 
Greene, Henry J. 
Green, Boland P. 
Griffin, Joseph 

Haffer. Jacob 
Hagerty, Dennis A. 

Harding. Henry M. 

Hanrahan, William C. 



in a garage at 

H M N W 



M H 
N n 
n II 



N 

n 
II 
II 

M 
H 

w 
w 
n 
n 



stable 
garage 
stable 



250 Woodrow av., D.D 

48 Danforth st. . 
363 Newbury st. . 
293 Northampton st., 
240 Huntington av.. 
Hyde Park . . 

24 Char don st., 
1215 Blue Hill av., 

12 Garden st., 
745 Morton st. . 

21 Hampshire st. . 
114 Colonial rd..B.D. 

80 Conant st., 

80 " » 

12^ Garden St. , 
308 Broadway, 



II n 



garage 

N n w 



Harriman Motor Co. " •* 



Harson, Ryder D. 



M H 



" 293 Northampton st. , 
•• 20 E. Concord st., 

•• ^^ Bickstaff St., 

" 137 I St., 



Harvard Garage Co. " » •• " I8 Harvard av.,Dor., 

Heggie. John P. « « « « 462 Brookline av., 
Henderson. Prank H. " " " " 293 Northampton st. , 



Henebury & Lav is 



Herlihy, Daniel 



» " " 120 Worcester st.. 



" •• stable " 157 Ward st., Rox., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



OI623A) 
01623E( 
01623c) 
02144A) 
02144B( 
02144C( 
02144D) 

46,933 

1032) 
175c) 
O658E 

0537A 
0537B 
0537c 

0537D 
0537E 
05^7F 
0537G 
0537H 

0537J 
0537K. 

68,795 
127,654 

59,555 

141,455) 

icc( 

413) 

01382A 
,013823 
01382c 
01382D 
01382E 
01382F 
01382G. 
0376A) 
0378b( 
03789) 
tl46,246 
63.276 

931 
0494A) 
0494B( 
0494C) 
19,952 



Hessel, Max L. 



Home & Prince 



Hosford, John 
Houghton, John L. 

Hurley, Willianj F. 



Hyde Park Garage Co. 



in a garage at 119 Portland St., 



Israelson, A'braham 
Jacobs, Samuel 
Johnson, Eayward P. 



{ 



Johnson, Williaic G. ) 

{ 



Johnson & Markeson 



Jolly, Alexander 

Jordan, Joseph W. 
Jordan, Joseph W. 
Joyce, John J. 

Keating, Patrick P. 

.Keeble, Alfred 



N N 



N N N N 

" " stable " 



N H 



garage 



N N 

n N 

N H 

H H 



n n 

n H 

M « 

n n 



" " stable " 

n n m n 



n N 



garage 



H N N N 

N N N N 

M «t N N 

" * stable " 

" " garage " 

N N N N 



119 



1534 Columbus av,, 
286 Adams St., Dor., 

350 Dudley at, , 



1220 Hyde Park av.. 



416 Warren st., Rox. , 
628 B. Fourth St. , 
771 Shawmut av. , 

17 Clarendon fit. , . 

41 Pembroke st. , 

41 " " 



25 Irvington st.. 



^^ Heath st. , Som. , 

168 Warren st., Rox., 
168 " " " 
39 Warren st. , CD. , 

181 Eovdoin St. Dor., 

113 Richdale av. Ko. 
Camb. , 



795 



796 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



26,516 

53.930) 

53. 931 { 
117,413) 

455 
621 

703 
1161 
1169. 
142,187 

0223A) 

0223B( 
0223C( 
0223D) 
26,828 
01237A) 
OI237B) 
123,010 
53.622 
1,14C 

73.433 
50,650 

1.534) 

i.65i{ 
1.748) 
6,053 
131.717 
1145,001 
10,186 
10,187 
10,188 
10,189 
i42,202. 
44,091 

92,965 

52,256 

O837A) 

O837BJ 

OllHOE) 

01l8CC( 

, 01l80I)( 

! 01180E) 

151.149 

^ 347) 
89.615) 



Keefe, William P. 
Kelly, Edward J. 

Kelly, Hugh 

Kelly, Joseph M. 
Kelley, John V. 



Kelley, Margaret E. 
Kelly, Martin C. 

Kelly, Timothy E. 
Kiernan, John M. 
Kimball, Peter 
Lamb, Robert S. 
Langone, Jeremiah A. 

Langone, Joseph A. 



in a garage at 

H H n H 

" •♦ stable " 

* " garage " 

H H n M 

H H N If 

H n n n 



H « 

M n 



" •• Stable " 
" " garage " 



" " stable " 



Langone, Joseph A. Jr, " * garage " 

Leavy, Herman " " " " 

Lee, William H. m .. » 1. 

Legg Brothers " " " " 



Leighton, Benjamin F, " " 

Leonard, George " " 

Levin, Benjeimin Jr. " " 

Levine, Benjamin " " 



H 


H 


H 


H 


N 


N 


H 


N 



Lord, George C. 



Lyons, Herbert G. 
Lyons, George E. 



M n n n 

" " stable " 
" " garage " 



541 Tremont st., 
2 "A" St.Botolph 

St. . 



41 Pembroke st. , 

30 Hancock st., D.D. 
122 Arlington st. , 



49 Batavia st. , 

72 Linden Park st, , 

21 Hampshire st., 
119 Portland st., 
41 Pembroke st., 
17 Clarendon st. , 
10 Chamber st., C. D,. 

35 Endicott st., 

119 Portland st., 
4 New England av., 
21 Hawkins st., 
40 Geneva av,. Box., 



2 "A" St.Botolph St. 
5 Howard pi . , Rox. , | 

250 V/oodrow av., Por. ^ 

3 Rockland st,. Box, 



68 Alexander st., Rox 



411 Bowdoin st. , Dor.[ 
249 Rutherford av., 
306 Main st., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages 



130,653 
017IA) 
0171D( 
017IE) 
1403) 
14C7) 
65,080 
14-2,664 
61 

67 

97 

402 

456 
458 
608 
743 
749 

795 
809 
902 
1649 
1663 
1666. 
32,367 
15.576 
01917A) 
01917B( 
01917c) 
0491A) 

0491B( 
0491c) 
44,014 
081 OA 
121,760 
125,803 
115,608 
127,606) 
127, 607 ( 
127,660) 
103,029 

PL33. 747 

15,474 

232 



Lyons, Joseph J. 

Manning, John 

Manning, Thonias 

Manning, William J. 
Marques, Anthony F, 



in a garage at 

N N tt It 

" * stable •• 
* * garage * 

M H N N 



Marshall, Herbert S. " •• stable 



Maxwell, Benjamin 
Mayo, Harriet F. 

Meilna,n, Harry 



Miller, Ernest M. 



" * garage 

n H H 



II M 



N il 



Miller, James 
Montgomery, Arthur P 
Montgomery, Herbert E." 
Morrison, Russell H. " 
Mossman, Robert C. " 



n n 
N n 



Mowatt, Pred'k A. K. & Co. in a " 



Granted - contd. 

298 No, Harvard st., 

634 Huntington av., 

7i Chardon st. , 

163 Athens st. , 
24 Chardon st., 



M 

n 

M 

n 



in a garage " 

MM m H 



Muda, Alexander M. 

Murphy, Francis T. 

Murphy, Timothy P. " " " " 

McAuliffe, Timothy H. " " stable •• 



361 Warren st., Rox. , 



293 Northampton st., 
175 Ipswich St., 

21 Hawkins st. , 



293 Northampton st., 

119 Portland St., 

350 Dudley st., Rox.,1 

65 Zeigler st. , " -^^ 
293 Northampton st., 
171 Huntington av., 

1553 Blue Hill av., 

119 Portland st., 
32 Hancock st.. Dor., 

610 Columbia rd. , 
41 Pembroke st.. 



797 



.'y^y^^■U,la^o,yJi.i^, f>. Zii- 



798 



%^ 






49,601 
49,602 
49,603 
49,604 

49,605 
49,606 
49,607 
49,608 
49,609 
49,610 
49,611 
49,612 
49.613 
49,614 
49,615 
49,616 
49,617. 

1,246) 
16,160) 
0254A 
0254B 
0254c 
0254D 
O254E. 
OI386A) 
OI386B 
372 
1321) 

142,717 

p.i1J,^»(.^1. 271) 

l^^ 29,307) 

76,098 
85,034 

276) 

15.283 

061 9A) 
06l9B( 
06i9c( 
0619D) 
223 

0229A 
0229B 
0229c 
0229D 
0229E 
0229F. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd. 



Licensee to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



[!•», 



McCann, Frank 



in a garage at 15 Cambria St., 



McDonald, Angus 



McDonald, Jerome J. 



" " 6 tattle " 
" " garage " 



» H 



McDonald, John A. & CoP " 
Mclntire, Ira D. " " 



stable 



McKenna, Richard H. 
MacKinnon, Hector D. 

McLean, WilliazD L. 
MacLennan, George E. 
McMahon, Thomas C. 



McPherson, Robert A. 



McTernan, John 



Noonan & Sullivan 



* " garage 

(table 

garage 

It H N 
H n H 

stable 
** garage 



(" " sl 

II H 

H n 

ill n 

H H 



« H 



" " stable 



garage 



72 Northampton st. 
1 Bartlett st.Rox. 



17 Clarendon at., 

209 South St. , J. P, 

13 Nott St., H. P., 

17 Clarendon st. , 
142 St. Mary's st., 
142 « « " 
293 Northampton st. , 
632 Blue Hill av., 

14 Byron st., 
610 Columbia rd. , 

8 Robert rd. , W. R. 
72 Northampton st., 
272 W. Newton St., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



799 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



100,930 

29.771 

222 

39.701 

91.560 
96,521 
0481A) 
048lB( 
0481D) 
1,536 

19.655 
19.818) 

108,795) 

40 
OI655A) 
OI655B) 
63,710 
130.219 
144,949 
50,680 
31 
362) 

363 ( 
364) 
OI709A 
OI709B) 
100.581 
42,046 
.43,724 
50.023 
50.835 
18,427 

501 

505 

524 

525 
574 

620. 

17.478 



Nutile, Vincent 
O'Brien, James 
O'Brien, John M. 
O'Brien, Thomas 

O'Brien, Thomas 
O'Connor. John W. 



in a garage at 119 Portland st., 
« « « " rear I5 Locust st., 
" « stable " 323 Fourth st. , 
" •• garage " 2 "A" St. Botolph 

St. , 
" " " » 121 Blake st., H. P., 
« « « " 1861 Dorchester av.. 



O'Keefe, Daniel & Son • " 



541 Tremont st,. 



O'Keefe, Patrick 
O'Neil, Hugh J. 
Osgood, Daniel B. 

Owens, Bernard F. 
Owens, Thomas L. 



" * static at 
" •• garage " 

H N H N 



" " static 
" " garage 



Packard Auto Renting Co. in a " 

Paine. Charles C. in a garage 

Paris. David " •• " 

Peatfield, Harry L. " " " 

Pelosi, Valeric " " stable 

Perrigo, Andrew J. " " " 

Pet cove, Abraham " " garage 



n 
n 

n 

H 

w 

M 
N 



Peterson, Henry P. 
Peterson, Nelson J. 
Phillips, William G. 
Pittima, Henry 
Platten, Frank S. 
Pratt, Herbert C. 



priestly, William 



Prodromos, John 



N H 

H H 

N n 

N N 

n N 

n H 



n 

N 
H 
H 
H 
H 



" " stable 



garage 



39 Warren st. , C. D. 
17 Clarendon st. , 
120 Worcester st., 

13 Dorr St., Roxbury! 
24 Chardon St., f^ 



293 Northampton st. , 
2 St. Botolph St., 
24 Chardon st., 
11 Torrey st., 
76 V/ater st. C. D. , 






145 Ipswich st, . 

36 Warren st. , C. D. 

1674 Dorchester av., 
36 V/arren st. , CD. , 
12 Garden st. , 
25 Irvington st., 
119 Portland st. , 
541 Tremont st. , 

100 W. Brookline st.. 



105 Tyler st. , 



t^ 






800 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



V 



01203A) 

01203B( 

01204C) 

494) 

1170( 

1372( 

58,187) 

58, 188 ( 

86,708) 
171 
179) 
139.350^ 

080 5A) 

0805B) 
0674A 
0674B 
0674c 
o674r 
0674E. 
51.990 
91.485 

01216a 

01593A 
01593B 
01593c 

01593D 
01593E 

01593F. 

44,170) 

581) 
56,171 
53,620 

01484A 
01484B 
01484C 
01484D 
01484E . 
J^e- ...,,»o, f lU.M^^^iJ 01227A) 

V°' ' 01227B( 

-I, 'l^o 01227c ( 
01227D) 



Rayner, William J. in a garage at 852 Blue Hill av.. 



Reardon, John D. J. " " stable • 41 Pembroke st.. 



Roach Bros. 
Rogan, James 



" " garage " 
" » stable •• 



Roland, George " * garage " 
Roxbury Service Garage" « «• » 
Incorporated 



Ryder, William J. 



Safrin, Henry M. 
Sampson, Irving 
Sargent, Dana E. Jr, 



Sawyer, Frank 



N N 



M M 
II H 



M N 



N 

N 
N 



123 Centre st., 

145 Ipswich St., 

89 Heath st., 
14 Walnut av. , 

7 Sparhawk st. , 



" 162 Liverpool st., 
* 1215 Blue Hill av., 
» 281 Hyde Park av . , 



/ H N II II 

Scannell, John J. ) « " stable " 

/ w n N •) 

Scanlon, James W. " " garage " 

Schlossberg, Joseph " " " " 



Schloeeberg, Nathan 



H II 



2 "A" St. Eotolph 
St. , 



80 Conant st., Rox. , 

80 " H M 

80 " M » 

137 I St., 

119 Portland st. , 



17 Clarendon st. , 



Schlossberg & Rosenthal in a garage at 15 Wayland st.. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



46.963 
61 , 634 
96,306 
108,643 
65,229) 
65. 230 ( 
92,774) 

1366) 

408 

590) 
385 
589 
643 
I 888 
17,672. 
134.855 
53,973) 
1599 
027A) 
027B( 
027c) 
047 7A) 

0477B) 

0923A 
0923B 
0923c 
0923D 
0923E. 
01345A) 
01345B) 

213) 

485( 
1085) 
I 01451A 
'01451B) 
72.076 

140) 
578 ( 

1253 
1621 

OI55OA) 
01550c) 
19,587 
137,734) 



Sessoms, John W. 
Shane, Samuel 
Shepherd. William A. 
Sheridan, John R. 

Sheridan, Thomas 

Shiels. Charles 

Shiels, William 



Shilliday, James B. 



in a garage at 


293 Northampton st., 


n M II H 


24 Chardon s t. , 


HI) n H 


36 Warren st. , CD, 


II M H H 


634 Huntington av.. 



801 



" •• stable " 



541 Tremont et., 

41 Pembroke st., 
145 Ipswich St., 



II H 

n n 

II n 

H H 

n H 



Shlosky, Thomas " " 

Siciliano, Pasquale ( " " 

/ n H 

Skinner, Kenneth A. " " 

Slade, William " " 



Slamin, Patrick H. " " 

Sloan, Patrick F. " " 

Smith, Bernard " " 

So. End Garage. Inc. " •• 

Spears, Gordon R. " " 

Splaine, Cornelius J. " •♦ 

$tagnaro, Joseph A. " " 

Stead, George E. " " 



41 Pembroke st. , 
41 " • 
41 " •• 
41 « " 
garage ••2 "A" St. Botolph st., 
119 Portland st., 
21 Hawkins st. , 
76 Water st. , CD. , 



stable 
garage 



II 
11 

H 



stable " 

garage " 

H H 

stable " 



66 Stanhope st. , 
505 Hyde Park av., 

10 St, Botolph St., 

667 Bennington st., 

41 Pembroke st. , 
20 E. Concord st. , 
272 W. Newton St. , 
173 Brooks St., E.B. , 



garage •• 440 Commercial st., 
•♦ " 105 Elmwood St., 



802 



(V-il.i'^io, jo-atl., "v<i. ■^•1. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



LicenseB to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

Steeves, Norman L. in a garage at 3 Rockland 8t.,Rox. 



76,553 
O69OA 
O69OB 
0690c 
O69OD 
O69OE. 
136,810 
148.351 
50.167 
38.327) 
38.328) 
6.569 
52.930 
15,616 
110) 
. 503 
117) 
550 ( 
40 , 542 ( 

40.543 ) 
OI384A 
OI273A 
OI273B 
01273c 
OI273D 
OI273E. 
217) 
349 

5^1 
760) 
01836A 
01836B 
01836c 
01836D 
01836E 
01836F 
01836G 
01836H. 

5 
111 

130 
466 
510 
644 

1176 



Stephens, George C. 



Stone, Frederick T. 
Strout, Thomas U. 
Sudenfield, George 
Sullivan, Humphrey P, 

Sullivan, John E. 

Sullivan, John J. 

Sullivan, Patrick 

Sullivan, Timothy H. 



n N 
II n 



" 86 Broadway, 

•• 168 Warren st. , Rox., 

" 338 Nevfbury st. , 

" 24 Chard on st. , 

•• 2 "A" St. Botolph St., 



" stable 



/ II H H 

Sullivan, Timothy J.) " " « 

) " " garage 

? II M ft 

Terminal Garage Inc. " " " 



Thompson, Herbert B. 



Thompson, Robert E. " " stable 



30 Hancock st., Dor, 
^^1 Talbot av.. Dor., 
120 Worcester st. , 

41 Pembroke st., 

72 Northampton st., 

72 " " 

15 Locust St. , 

15 •' •' 

65 Zeigler st., Rox, 



222 Eliot St., 



49 Henshaw st., B.D. 



Timmins, Arthur 



garage 



45 Brighton av. , 



Timrains, Arthur 



« If 



stable 



145 Ipswich St., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



" garage " 119 Portland st,, 



N N 



122 Arlington St., 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

1293 
1370 
1371 Timmins, Arthur in a stable at 145 Ipswich st., 

1375 

1376. 
O2132A 
O2132B 

02132c Tirk & Warner 
021 32D 
O2132E. 
50,071 
50,072 

50,073 

50,074 Tobin, Stephen J. 

50,075 
50,076 

50.077 
139.043. 

O312A 

O312B 

0312c 

O312D 

O312E 

O312P 

O312G 

0312H 

O312J 

O312K 

O312L 

O312M 

O312N Town Taxi Inc. 

O312P 

O312R 

0312s 

O312T 

0312V 

0312X 

031 2y 

031 2W 
O312AA 
O312AB 
O312AC 
O312AD 
O312AE 
O312AP 
031 2AG 
031 2AH 



H H 



49 Batavia st,. 



803 



804 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Town Taxi Inc. 



in a garage at 49 Batavia st, , 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

031 ?A J 

O312AK 

031 2AL 

0312AM 

031 PAN 

031 2AP 

O312AR 

O312AS 

031 2AT 

031 2AV 

0312AW 

O312AX 

O312AY 

O312BA 

O312BC 

031 2BD 

O312BE 

031 2BP 

031 2BG 

O3I2BH 

O3I2BJ 

O312BK 

031 2BL 

031 2BM 

031 2EN 

031 2BP 

031 2BR 

O312BS 

O312BT 

031 2BV 

031 2BW 

031 2BX 

O312BY 

O312CA 

031 2CB 

O3I2CC 

O312CD 

O3I2CE 

O312CF 

O312CG 

O312BB. 

73.815 

017A) 

C17E 

01743A) 
01743B) 



Trischitta, Santo J. 
Turner, William L. 

Twohig, James J. 



49 Batavia st. , 
667 Bennington st., 

541 Trenont st.. 



805 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

Vanderwarker, James R.in a garage at 72 Linden Park at.. 



016c6a) 
016o6b) 

127,723 
46,960 

0517A) 
0517B( 
0517c) 
50,049 
85,346 

01744B) 
0174-4C 
O569A) 
0569c) 
028a) 
028b ( 
028c) 
0138 5A 
O33IA 
O33IB 
03313 

O33IB 
0311s 
03IIF 
O33IG 
O33IH. 

60,545 

iL48,054 

49 

62 

81 

88 

90 

443 

469 

481 

482. 
01446a) 
01446b) 
43.269 
19.341) 

20.535( 
20,536( 
20,537) 



Varnerin, Henry P. 
Vecchry, Mark A. 

Vernon, Abraham J. 

Violet, James 
Volante, Antonio 
Wade, Eddy C. 

Wadkins, Willie B. 



in a garage 

H H n 



H N 

tt N 

N N 

n H 



N 
N 
N 



1926 ColuiTibue av., 
122 Brighton av. , 

462 Brookline av. , 

541 Tremont st. , 
298 No. Harvard St., 
17 Clarendon st., 

541 Tremont st.. 



Waldorf, Henry M. » » " "222 Eliot at.. 
Walk Hill Garage Co. Inc. in a " •• I362 Blue Hill av., 



Walnut Av. Garage Inc. in a '• 



Walsh, James P. 
Walsh, Matthew J, 



Ward, Rowland 



in a 

n n 



" " stable 



168 Warren st.. Box., 



541 Broadway, 
163 Athens St. , 



9 Nott St., H. P., 



Weidner, Ernest A. " " garage 
Welsberg, George J. " " " 



•* 293 Northampton st., 
20 Custom House st., 



H 



White, James H. 



W N 



" 1619 Blue Hill av.. 



806 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Lioensea to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - concluded. 



104,499 
540 
9,064 
14,409 
53.763 
0429A 
0429B 
0429C 
0429D 
0429E 
0429F 
0429G 
0429H 
0429J 
0429K 
0429L 
0429M 
0429N 
0429P 
042 9R 

78039. 
049 5B) 
049 5D( 

049 5E) 

53.058 
32,109 

08 c 6a 
080 6b 
08c6g 
08o6d 

0806E. 

63.616) 

133.722( 

133.723) 
7,084 
0647A 
0647B 
.0647c 
0647D 

. 0647s. 
01265A) 

01265B( 

01265c) 



Whittington, Everett V. in a garage at 19 Fordham rd., 
Wiley, Franklin S. in a stable at 7i Chardon at., 
Willey, Harry R. " " garage " 541 Tremont st., 
Williams, Myer " " " " 12 Garden st., 
Wittenauer, Albert " " " " 52 Danforth st., 



Woodcock Taxi Co. 



H « 



" 1732 Washington st.. 



Woods, Edward G. 

Woods, Herbert S. 
Woods. William J. 



n n 



H n 



19 Fordham rd. , 

96 Brighton av. , 
306 Main st. , C. D. , 



Woodside Motor Livery Inc. in a " " 222 Eliot at., 



Wot ton, Frank H. 
Wright, Charles 

Wright, Samuel R. 
Yaffe, Phillip J. 



in a garage " 11 Munson st., 
H •• M ^ Weld av. , 



H It II 



It II 



551 Talbot av. , 



11 19 Fordham rd. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919 • 



Contd. 



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



033A 
033B 
033c) 

033D 
O33B 

033F 
033G 

033H 

033J 

033K 

033L. 

033R 

033s 

033T 

033V 

033W 

033X 

033Y 

033AA 

033AB 

033AC 

033AD 

528 

1162 

0261A) 

0261B 

19.635) 

117,674) 
798 

0702A) 

0702B{ 
0702c) 
42.521 

9,368 

43.329 

01226a 

01226b 

01226c 

OI226D 

OI226B. 

O3OIA 

O3OIB 

0301c 

O3OID 

O3OIE 

O30IP 

O3OIG. 



807 



Atlantic av.in front of So. Terminal Sta. , 



Summer st. 



n n « tt 



Armstrong Trans. Ex. 



Dorchester av.in 



n II •• 



Allen, William 
August, Joseph 

Benson, Prank 
Bigwood, John E. 



(Clarendon st. n.w.cor, Boylston st., 
( •• " s.e. " Newbury •* 
(Tremont st. n.e.cor. Boylston " 
(opp, 180 Tremont at.. Common side, 
(Huntington av. bet. Trinity pi. & St. 
) James av. in front of grass plot, 
(in front of 10 Huntington av. nights, 
Massachusetts av. s.w.cor. Commonwealth 

av. , 
(e.side. Washington st.s.of Morton st., 
Brady, Patrick J.)" " " " " " " " 

(Morton st, s.w.cor, Washington st. , 
Byrne, John J. Exeter st. n.e.cor. Marlboro st., 
Carney, Timothy J. So. Terminal Station, Summer st, side, 
Casey, Thomas F. Brattle st. s.cor. Court St., 

Massachusetts av. n.e.cor. Marlboro st., 
n " s e . "^ " " 



Christopher, John E. 



n.w. 



Cobb, David F. 



s w 
" •* s.e. " Beacon " 
in front of 646 Washington st. nights, 

•in "9 Boylston " 
Washington st.in front of Healey's Hotel 



Boylston 

M 

Beach 



M « 

Hotel Brewster! 

« n 
n 



Dreyfus, 



808 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



15.375) 
15.376( 
664) 
44,363 
98,400 

0869A 
0869B 
0869c 
0869D 
0869s 
0869P 
0869G 
0869J 
0869K 
0869L 
0869M 
0869N 
0869P 
0869H 
0869R 
0869s 
0869T 
0869V . 

19,442) 

656) 
01645A 

114,022) 
1.706) 

453 
132) 
03IIT 
03IIV 
03IIW 
03IIX 
03IIY 
03IIAA 
03IIAC 
031 IAD 
03IIAE 
031 lAP 
O3IIAG) 
O3IIAH) 
03IIAJ) 
0311AK( 
03IIAL) 



(Hereford st. e.w.cor. Marlboro at., 
Connolly, John) •* " n.w. " " " 

P. (Bay State rd, n.w, cor. Beacon " 
Cook, William opposite 149 Treraont st., Coraraon side, 
Coyle, Frank D. in front of 172 Summer at., back of 

Subway Exit, 
Brattle st.in front of Q,uincy House, 



n 
N 

N 

n 
n 

n 



H 
M 
H 
H 

sq. 

n 



Cumraings Bros. Co. 
Inc. 



Hayward pi. 
in front of 



n.cor. Washington st., 
578 Washington st. nights, 



Washington st.in front of Clarks Hotel, 



n 

N 
M 

If 

Atlantic 

n 

H 



« 
« 
•t 

av. 

n 
n 
II 



Adams House, 

II n 



Hotel Essex, 



(Exeter 



Cuneen, Thomas J. 
Cunningham, Thomas J. Inc. 
Dillon, William C. 
Parrell, James 



st. , 



St. s.w.cor. Marlboro 
" s.e. " " 
Washington st. in front of 
Grand Union Hotel, 
(in front of 75 Tremont st., 

(in front of 48 Buckingham st., 
(Arlington st. n.w.cor. Boylston st., 



Fenway Garage Co. 



Gaff ney st.in front of entrance to 
Base Ball Grounds, 



Norway st.in front of Colonial Hotel, 



Huntington av.in front of Nottingham 

Chambers 



809 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



13.293) 
13.294( 

13.295 
03IIA) 
0311B( 

03IID) 

G31IE 

O31IF 

03IIG 

03IIH 

03IIJ 

, 03IIK. 
03IIL 
03IIM 
03IIN 
O31IP 
03IIR 
0311s. 

44,502 
8,134 

65,060 

29.442) 
498 ( 

, 731) 
56.752 

388 
16,757 
48,335 
46,147) 
211) 
600 
01514A) 
01514B( 
01514C1 

55.637 

85.429 

01571A) 
01 57 IB ( 

01571c) 
154 
208 
602 

. 992 
1364 

1717. 



Fenway Garage Co. Westland av.in front of Hotel Hemenway, 



Dartmouth at. 



" Copley Plaza 

Hotel 



St. James av . 



H n II II II 



Fenway Garage Co. 



Trinity pi. 



Finn, Charles J. 
Finn, Michael 
Fisk, John F. 

Fitzsiromons, James 

Flanagan, Thomas 

Fleming, John T. 
Gar tin, David F. 
Glover, James A. 
Griffin, Joseph 

Hagerty, Dennis A. 

Hanrahan, William 

Henderson, Frank H 



Clarendon 

Beach st. 

in front 
(Raleigh s 
)Deerfield 
(Raleigh s 

in front 

Fairf iel 
in front 

n H 

(Exeter s 

( " 
in fron 

C. jwashing 

. Tremont 



St. s.w.cor. Marlboro st., 
in front of United States Hotel 
of 21 Huntington av., , 
t. s.w.cor. Bay State rd., ' 

St. w. " M 1. « 

t. in front of Hotel Belvoir, 
of So. Terminal Station, Summer 

St. side, 
d at. n.w.cor. Marlboro st., 
of 1046 Boylston st. niglits, 

" 341 Massachusetts av., 
t. n.e.cor. Huntington av., 
" s.w, * Beacon st. , 
t of 87 Milk St., 

" 1789 Washington st. nights, 
ton St. in front of Hotel Olympia 

St. in front of Hotel Melbourne, 



Henebury & Lavis Washington st.in 



Langham, 



Herlihy, Daniel 



opposite #234 Beacon st., 

Exeter st.in front of Hotel Royal, 

Dartmouth st. s.w.cor. Beacon st., 

" " s e. " " " 
Clarendon st.s.w. " « " 
Beacon st.in front of University Club, 



810 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



02144A 
14;455) 
100 ( 
413) 
01382A 
OI382B 
OI382G 
OI382D 
OI382E 
OI382P. 
O378A) 
0378b( 
0378c) 
63.276 
0494A) 
0494B( 
0494C) 
19,952 
26,516 
1,169) 
703 
O223A) 
0223B( 
0223C( 
O223D) 
123,010 

73,^33 
92,965 

0837A 

0118OC) 
01180D) 

1,403) 

1,407) 

15.576 

0491A) 

0491B) 

125,803 

127,606) 

127.607) 
15.474 



Home & Prince 
Johnson, Wm. G. 



in front 
(Church St. 
) " •• n 
(Exeter st. n 
Hereford st. 

II U 11 N 11 

Johnson & Markeson '• '* n. " " 

Gloucester st.n.w." 
Hereford st. 

H n 



of 38 Hanover st. . 

s.w.cor. Boylston st., 
w. " Providence st., 
e. " Beacon st., 
s.e.cor. Marlboro 



st. , 



s.e. 

H n 



Newbury 



Jolly. Alexander 
Jordan, Joseph W. 



) 
( 

( 
Keating, Patrick F) 

( 
Keeble, Alfred 
Keefe, William 
Kelly, Hugh 



(in 



front 



Of 

H 



Kelley, John V, 



70 State St., 
Exchange Club, Batterymarch at. 
60 State St. , 
958 Tremont st., 
599 Washington st., 
605 " " 
607 " " 
Mt. Vernon st, entrance to State House, 
F. Tremont st.in front of Hotel Hollis, 
(Exeter st. n.e.cor. Newbury st., 
( " w » M i« Commonweal th av . , 
(Hayward pi. in front of Hotel Hayward, 

H H « II n n 



Kelley, 

Lamb, Robert S. 
Leonard, George 

Levine, Benjamin 

Lord, George C. 

Manning, Thomas 

Mayo, Harriet F. 
Miller, Ernest M. 

Morrison, Russell 
Mowatt, Fred'k A. 



(in front of #34 Hayward pi., 
Timothy E. Tremont st. opp. Keith's Theatre, 

Common side, 
in front of #226 Tremont st., 
Arlington st. opp. Commonwealth av.. 

Public Garden side, 
in front of So. Terminal Station, 

Summer st. side, 
(opp. #134 Tremont st., Cocimon side, 
(Tremont st. opp. St. Paul 's Church, Common 

side, 
(Mt. Vernon st. s.e.cor. Walnut st., 
(Joy St. s.w.cor. Mt. Vernon st., 
in front of 138 Newbury st., 
" " " 798 Tremont St., 
Columbus av. n.e.cor. Massachusetts av, 

in front of 961 Tremont st. , 
& Co. (in front of 253 Massachusetts av 
( " " " 251 Mass.av. nights .| 
Murphy, Timothy P. in front of So. Terminal Sta. , Summer st. ] 

side. 



( 
( 

H. 

K. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



su 



1,246) 
16,160) 
0254-A) 
G254B 
02540 ( 
0254D) 

29,387 
271) 
76,098 
15,283) 

276) 
223 

29,771 
222 

39.701 
91.560 

0481A) 
048lB( 
0481D) 
19.665 
19.818 
OI655A) 
OI655B 
362 

363) 
OI709A 
42,048 
43,724 
50,835 

505) 

524 

525( 

51.990 
01593A) 
01593B 
01593G( 
01593D 
44,170) 
569) 
56.171 



McDonald, Angus 



McDonald, Jerome 



MacKinnon, Hector 

McLean, William L 
McMahon, Thomas C 



McTernan, John 
O'Brien, James i 
O'Brien, John M 
O'Brien, Thomas 
O'Brien, Thomas 



O'Keefe, Daniel & 

O'aeil, Hugh J. i 
Osgood, Daniel B. 
Owens, Thomas L. 



(Westland av. n. cor. Massachusetts av., 
(Huntington av, n.e.cor. " " 

(in front of 635 Washington st, nights, 
J.| " " " 1 Boylston " " 

JBoylston st, infront of Hotel Jacot, 

/ I) H n H II H II 

D. Massachusetts av, w.cor. Huntington 

av. , 
Uorthfield st. n,cor. Tremont st., 
.(in front of So. Terminal Sta, Summer st. 
) side, 

(Berkeley st. n. w.cor. Commonwealth av., 
Hemenway st, s.e.cor. Westland av., 
n front of So. Terminal Sta. Summer st.side, 
Devonshire st. s.w,cor. Milk st. , 
Huntington av.g.e.cor, Irvington st., 
in front of #1630 Blue Hill av. and #1279 

Hyde Park av , , 
(in front of 4 Post Office sq, , 
Son) « " " 653 Atlantic av. nights, 

( Water st, n,e.cor. Congress st., 
n front of So. Terminal Sta. Summer st.side. 
Summer st. in front of So. Terminal Sta,, 
Bowdoin sq.in front of Revere House, 



v.. 



li.xjix^p.a.-jj.luLS'i. 



Perrigo, Andrew J, (Dartmouth st. n.e.cor. Blagden st., 

(Blagden st. n.w. " Dartmouth st., 
Petcove, Abraham in front of #25 Hayward pi., nights, 
Peterson, Nelson J. opp. #139 Tremont St., Common side, 
Phillips, William G. in front of #10 Tremont row, nights, 
Flatten, Prank S. 






Priestly, William 



Safriu, Henry M. 



" " #41 Wapping st., C. D. , 
(opP' #7 Arlington st., 
"Berkeley st. s. w.cor, Marlboro st. , 



( 



II 11 

II n 



in front of #10 Atlantic av., 
(Trinity pi, in front of Hotel Westminster, 
Sawyer, Prank] " « .. « m « n 
) St. James av. " " « •• •• 

( M M n •• 11 II M « 

Scannell, John J, (Massachusetts av. n.w, cor. Commonwealth av. 

(in front of #6l Massachusetts av,, i 
Scanlon, James W, " " " So. Terminal Sta., Summer st. 

side. 



812 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



014.84A) 

01484B( 

01484C) 

46,963 

65,229) 

65.230) 

1,36 

1.36 

590 

408) 

385 
643 

589 
888 
17.672. 
0477A 
0923A) 

09233( 

0923c) 

485) 
19.587 
137.734) 
0690A 

38.327) 

38.328) 

6.569 

52,930 

15,616 

117) 

550 ( 

40,542) 

OI273A) 

OI273B) 
OI836A. 
OI836B 
01836c 
111 

130 

510 

644 

1176 

1371 



(in front of #41 Boylston st., 
Schlossberg, Hathan)Tremont st. opp. Tremont Theatre, 

(in front of #33 Boylston st. nights, 

•I H H 3^4 Tremont st., 
(Broad st.in front of Hotel Rossmore, 

^ n M II H II n n 

(Dartmouth st. n.w.cor. Marlboro st., 

( •• " s.w. " " 

(Gloucester st. s.w. cor. Beacon 

" " n.e. " " 



Sessoms, John W. 
Sheridan, Thomas 

Shiels, Charles 

Shiels, William 



II 

N 

N 



Shilliday, James B. 



Berkeley st. n.w.cor. Boylston " 

" " n.e. " Providence '• 

•• " n.w, " Newbury •• 

n " S W " " " 



Slade. William 



Slamin, Patrick H.) 



N •' s.e. " " " 

in front of §^^ Hanover st., 
(Exeter st.in front of Boston University, 



Smith, Bernard 
Stead, George E. 



( 



opp. Blagden st., 
s.e. cor. Boylston st. , 
'in front of #89 State st., 
•• #105 " •• 
(opp. #140 Tremont st. , Common side, 

( " #152 « H HI. 

Stephens, George C. Tremont st.in front of New Richwood 

Hotel, 
Sullivan, Humphrey P. (Clarendon at, a. cor. Huntington av., 

( * " opp. Hotel Brunswick, 
Sullivan, John E. Lincoln st. s.e. cor. Church Green, 
Sullivan, John J. in front of So. Terminal Sta., Summer st. 

side, 
Sullivan, Patrick " " " " " " " st. " 

/ N II n n 11 II II II n 

Sullivan, Timothy jjpark st. s.w. cor. Tremont St., 

(in front of #8l5 Harrison av., 
Thompson, Herbert B. (Washington st.in front of Boston Tavern 

) froMi 1 p. m. to 4 a.B) 

(Province ct.in front of Boston Tavern, 
Dartmouth st, n.e, cor. Newbury st.. 
Trinity pi. in front of Hotel Westminster, 
Dartmouth st.in huh victoria, 
Tiramins, Arthur in front of #10 Huntington av., nights, 

Dartmouth st. s.e. cor. Boylston St., 

" "in front of Old South Church, 
" " n.e. cor. Boylston st. , 
N ** s w " " '* 
Huntington av. n.e, cor. Dartmouth st.. 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



813 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



1375) 
1376) 
02132A) 
02132B( 
02132C( 
02132D) 
50.071) 
50.072 

50,073( 

50.074) 
0312A 

031 2B 

0312c 

O312D 

O312E 

O312F 

O312G 

031 2H 

O312J 

O312K 

O312L 

O312M 

031 2N 

O312P 

0312s 

O312T 

0312V 

O312W 

O3I2X 

O312Y 

031 2AA 

♦O312AB 

*0312AC 

*0312AD 

♦0312AS 

*0312AP 

♦031 2AG 

OI743B 
46,960 
O517A) 
O517B) 
O569A 

028a) 
028b) 



Tiimnins. Arthur 



Tirk & Warner 



Dartmouth st. s.w. cor. Newbury i., 



Hanover st.in front of American House, 



Tobin, Stephen J. Beacon st. 



Hotel Bellevue, 



in front of 

H n ti 



#7 Park sq. . 

10 " " 
10 " " 
Avery st.in front of Hotel Avery, 



II 11 

n II 

11 H 



Kilby " 
II II 



Mason Building. 

It H 



Town Taxi Inc. 



Boylston st.in" " Tennis & Racquet Club, 
Hereford st. n.e.cor. Boylston st., 
in front of #49 Batavia st. , 

H II II 4.0 II II 

H II n AQ n H 

Exeter st.in front of Copley Sq. Hotel, 

II n H n n 11 n n 

Huntington av.in" n n h « 



Atlantic av.e.side.n.side India Wharf. 

II N 11 H II II H II 



II II 
M II 

n II 



II It II 
II II II 
II n n 



n 



H 



♦between the hours of 6 a. m. and 10 a. m. daily. 
Twohig, James J, Tremont st. in front of Hotel Clarendon 
Vecchry, Mark A. in front of #67 Milk st.. 
Vernon, Abraham J. Washington st. e. side, n. cor. Essex st., 

Wadkins, Willie B. in front of #128 Tremont st. nights, 
Waldorf, Henry M. Park sq.in front of Franklin Savings Bank 



814 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - concluded. 



O33IA 
03313) 
60, 545 

20.535) 
20.536) 

9.064 
0429A 
0429B 
0429c 
0429D 

0429S 
0429F 
0429G 
0429H 
0429 J. 
049 5B 
OI265A 



Walnut Av. Garage Inc. in front of #l68 Warren st. . Rox. , 

Walsh, James F. in front of So. Terminal Sta ..Summer st. 

side, 
White, James H. (Mattapan sq. s.e.cor. River st., 

(in front of #1647 Blue Hill av., 
Willey, Harry R. •• " " 327 Massachusetts av.. 

Cherry st. in front of Hotel Woodcock. 



Woodcock Taxi Co. Washington st.in" 

Columbus av.in " 



Plaza, 

N 



Holyoke st. " " « •• •• 
Woods. Edward G. Tremont st." " " " Lorraine, 
Yaffe, Phillip J. in front of #437 Columbus av. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hand Cart Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 





Division 7. 






1 


Caggiano, Silvio in 


front 


Of 


15 


Columbo. Ernest " 


II 


II 


23 


Picardi, Mailo " 


H 


n 


33 


Prodente, Antonio " 


H 


•1 


47 


Selvitello, Carbone " 


•1 


H 


96 


Silvetello, Antonio " 


« 


H 



Division 15. 
93 Ferrara, Vincenzo in front of 



115 Everett st. , 
50 Border " 

273 Sumner " 

258 Paris " 
98 Cottage " 

165 Gove " 



24 Joiner 



815 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 

Division 1, 



5955 


Abrainovitz, Israel 




in 


front 


Of 


43 


Cooper 


St 


1441 


Andolino, Salvatore 




n 


n 


II 


49 


No. Margin 


« 


5095 


Andriottola, Louis 




H 


n 


H 


148 


prince 


n 


5500 


Aronovitch, Meyer 




H 


•1 


n 


19 


Richmond 


tt 


1756 

1834 


































2551 


Austin, Elmer A. 




Beverly st. 


cor. 


Causeway 


n 


3416 


















5455 


















5460. 


















2219 


Avanzino, L. & Bro. 




in 


front 


Of 


154 


Ccmmercial 


n 


1382) 

1403) 


B.B. Freight & Express 


Co 


n 

• 


H 


n 


321 


North 


w 


















4807 


Bandanza, Joseph 




w 


II 


H 


337 


North 


H 


3570 


Barr, Morris 




H 


N 


II 


164 


North 


n 


5603 


Bartolo, Giuseppe 




H 


Stable 


i at 


3§ 


Endicott 


tt 


3942 






tt 


front 


of 


28 


Parmenter 


n 


1223 






It 


H 


II 


30 


Parmenter 


n 


3158 


Bernstein, M. H. & Co. 




n 


M 


H 


30 


n 


n 


1599 






H 


n 


n 


32 


n 


n 


1957. 






n 


H 


H 


34 


H 


N 


5517) 




( 


If 


H 


H 


19 


No. Margin 


N 


5997 ( 


Bins, Samuel 


) 


H 


11 


H 


19 


n n 


H 


920) 




( 


H 


n 


H 


19 


H n 


M 


3344 


Bonavista, Vincenzo 




It 


H 


11 


35 


Endicott 


tt 


921 






H 


H 


H 


49 


No. Margin 


tt 


^?^ 






•• 


H 


n 


49 


H tt 


tt 


2861 


Bonfiglio, Antonio 




n 


n 


H 


71 


M M 


tt 


4183 






H 


n 


II 


71 


tt « 


tt 


5788. 






H 


H 


n 


71 


M tt 


tt 


5604 


Bookman, Jacob 




•1 


tt 


n 


204 


Commercial 


tt 


3098) 






•I 


« 


n 


23 


Cooper 


tt 


5732 ( 


Bornstein, Louis 




II 


11 


tt 


35 


Stiilman 


tt 


5434) 






n 


H 


tt 


35 


w 


H 


2761 






II 


M 


n 


89 Beverly 


H 


7n 


Bornstein & Sheinfeldt 




N 


tl 


H 


145 


North 


tt 


257S) 






N 


H 


H 


145 


H 


N 



816 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 1 - contd. 



5812 




in 


front 


Of 


51 


Coniraercial 


St., 


5813 




n 


H 


n 


51 


II 


N 


5814 




1) 


M 


II 


51 


n 


N 


259 


Boston Trucking Co. 


n 


H 


II 


13 


Mercantile 


tf 


260 




n 


« 


N 


17 


n 


H 


1965 




N 


n 


11 


35 


H 


M 


5373 




H 


«l 


II 


35 


II 


H 


5374 




H 


tt 


n 


35 


II 


M 


1730 
















2080 
















3856 


Bowen, Cornelius 


n 


H 


H 


32-36 


Canal 


N 


4407 
















5171 
















5438. 
















3676 


Bradley, M. J. 


« 


II 


II 


84 


Atlantic 


av., 


3274 


Braeae, R. E. 


n 


« 


II 


360 


Hanover 


St. , 


1603 
I6O6 






























1611 
















1613 
1616 


Brennan, Michael J. 


n 


n 


n 


186 


Endicott 


H 
















1617 
















1623 
















1629. 
















mi\ 


Brennen, P. 


1: 


n 
II 


N 
H 


110 
119 


Commercial 
North 


II 
ft 


2055 


Brine, R.S. Transput' n 


Co." 


n 


H 


121- 


• 131 Beverly 


tt 


4977 


Bryane , Meyer 


n 


H 


n 


19 


Cooper 


n 


4325) 




n 

1 


n 


II 


52 


Eastern 


av.. 


1963 ( 


Buchanan, Wm. M. 


n 


n 


H 


54 


II 


tt 


4324 ( 




n 


H 


N 


56 


N 


tt 


483) 




n 


II 


n 


58 


H 


M 


669 


Buonopane, Giacomo 


n 


•1 


If 


439 


Hanover 


St. , 


5973 




n 


•1 


N 


46 


Clinton 


tt 


5974 




n 


H 


H 


48 


II 


H 


5975 




H 


II 


H 


50 


H 


tt 


5956 




H 


n 


H 


9 


Pulton 


H 


5961 


Canney Transfer Co. 


n 


H 


N 


11 


II 


tt 


5962 




n 


n 


M 


13 


H 


tt 


5963 




n 


n 


M 


15 


If 


tt 


5965 




n 


n 


If 


3 


John 


II 


5967 




n 


n 


N 


5 


If 


H 


5969. 




n 


H 


N 


7 


N 


M 



817 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



4409 


Capone, Giuseppe 


in 


front 


Of 


210 


North 


St 


P 


Cardinelli, Michele 


M 


II 


n 


109 


Prince 


n 




If 


II 


H 


28-30 


Blacks tone 


tt 


iio6 




H 


II 


H 


31 


Clinton 


tt 


1948 




tt 


H 


n 


31 


n 


tt 


2888 


Carpenter, A. J. 


H 


II 


tt 


31 


No. Market 


n 


4219 




n 


H 


H 


31 


H tt 


tt 


4222 




w 


It 


tt 


31 


tt tt 


n 


1656 




H 


tt 


H 


37 


H tt 


n 


2104. 




It 


n 


H 


37 


tt « 


n 


4259 


Carpentieri, Pasquale 


n 


It 


tt 


337 


North 


n 


1875 


Cataldo, Bonifacio 


tt 


H 


n 


134 


Richmond 


tt 


53 

3578 


Cataldo, Carlo 


n 


N 


« 


172 


North 


N 


Celato, Angelo 


n 


H 


II 


174 


North 


n 


3135 


Centosino, Giuseppe 


H 


II 


n 


^9 


No. Margin 


tt 


1537 
^6c 


Cerrato, Antonio 


n 


II 


n 


81 


Prince 


tt 
















875 
















1670 
















1690 


Christie, Alexander B. 


n 


n 


n 


99 


Endicott 


n 


2133 
















2151 
















3348 
















3981 
















4286. 
















3470 




w 


H 


N 


18 


North 


H 


2483 




n 


n 


M 


11 


tt 


n 


2039 




n 


II 


H 


tt 


« 


2484 


Christie, R. C. & Co. 


II 


II 


tt 


83 


n 


H 


5411 




It 


II 


tt 


94 


n 


M 


3352 




n 


H 


tt 


100 


N 


N 


3363 




n 


H 


II 


106 


tt 


N 


5087 




n 


N 


H 


141 


Ri chmond 


tt 


5655 


Cialone, Giuseppe 


n 


n 


tt 


177 


North 


tt 


5273) 
3180) 


Cipoletta, Antonio 


( " 


n 


tt 


265 


North 


n 




( " 


tt 


tt 


270 


N 


•• 


2604) 
















2605( 


Colien, Max 


n 


n 


w 


97 


Richmond 


tt 


5673) 

















818 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 1 - contd. 



1532 
1541 
1564 
4097 

5055 
5085 
5621 
848) 

1173 
3715) 
3728 
3744 ( 
3753) 

1141 
320) 
3222) 

360 
361 

3131 
362) 

I632 
6252 
6250 
6251 
4411 
1040 
1121 
1625 
2121 
314^ 

5079 

5084 

5445 

5452. 

2788 

2355 
2378 
2630 
2670 
3838 
723 
1451 

1549. 



in front of 



Condon & Barry 



17 Essex 



9 Richmond 



av. 



St. , 



Connor, John J. 



Conti, Jerry 
Corkhill, Thomas 



Cousens, H. Sc Son 



Covillo, John 
Cox, Joseph L. 



rear " 251 Causeway 



" front •♦ 

N H H 



337 North 
27 Haverhill 



( " " H 134 Friend 
136 « 
136 " 

t n n H 142 " 

" Stable at 337 North 
" front of 87 Portland 



H n 

N N 

N N 

« H 



Coyle, James 



122 Atlantic 



av. , 



Cressy, M. D. Co. 



N 


n 


H 


12 


Clinton 


8t. , 


H 


n 


n 


13 


ft 


ti 


M 


N 


H 


13 


It 


tl 


N 


It 


M 


13 


It 


n 


N 


n 


M 


13 


It 


N 


N 


n 


n 


13 


It 


N 


N 


N 


H 


15 


H 


H 


N 


n 


M 


15 


It 


It 


tt 


H 


N 


101 


n 


N 


N 


H 


It 


108 


ti 


N 



819 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd. 



Wagon 


Lidenses 


Granted - 


contd. 
















Division 1 - 


contd. 




2871 






in 


front 


of 


40 CoDunercial 


St., 


3777 






n 


n 


H 


40 " 


N 


2709 






n 


It 


N 


48 


N 


675 






n 


n 


H 


52 


n 


2996 






Cll 


nton et. 


in rear of 9 Fulton" 


3011 








n 


n 


II H « Q II 


N 


1213 






in 


front 


of 


66 Commercial 


H 


3811 






N 


N 


n 


68 


It 


1933 






n 


H 


It 


104 " 


N 


4390 






N 


n 


H 


108 •• 


H 


2559 






n 


•• 


n 


120 " 


N 


3408 






N 


N 


H 


120 •• 


N 


4654 






N 


H 


n 


20 Faneuil Hall Market. 


2987 






n 


)l 


n 


1 Fulton 


St. , 


3904 






M 


n 


ti 


1 


n 


705 


Creasy, M. D. Co. 


w 


H 


ti 


4 " 


ti 


457 






w 


n 


•1 


13 No. Market 


H 


517 






n 


n 


II 


13 " " 


N 


1031 






H 


N 


n 


13 " •• 


It 


1065 






n 


H 


It 


13 " " 


It 


2629 






n 


M 


•I 


13 " " 


n 


1437 






N 


n 


H 


15 " •• 


tt 


2440 






N 


H 


» 


17 " " 


It 


854 






n 


n 


H 


15 (iuincy 


row, 


1094 






n 


n 


n 


15 " 


It 


837 






M 


H 


II 


19 " 


II 


1891 






H 


H 


n 


19 - 


It 


1932 






H 


H 


•1 


94 So. Market 


St., 


3773 






N 


H 


II 


110 •• " 


H 


4466 






n 


« 


H 


110 " " 


n 


4503 






n 


» 


II 


110 " " 


H 


3736. 






n 


It 


tt 


118 " •• 


n 


474 
















521 
















1894 
















1899 


Croft, W. 


W. Co. 


M 


N 


H 


119 Atlantic 


av. , 


4413 
















4414 
















3133. 
















4353 


Guneo, Charles 


H 


H 


II 


14 Fulton 


pl.t 


4193 


Cutillo, 


John 


tt 


H 


H 


49 No. Margin 


St. , 


4840 


]<)iAm6lio, 


Michael 


n 


H 


II 


531 Hanover 


H 



820 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



2096 

3189 

3190. 

2894 

3083 

4421. 

1818) 

1820 ( 

4450) 

4057 

5139 

2069 

2679 
940 

955 
959 
971 
1796 
1804 
2239 
2290 

5479 
5464 

1055 
4089 
4663 
5088 
5992 

677 
2817 

2869 

2885. 

3845 

1006 

1007 

2095 

482 

513 
2100 

4249. 

1646 

5992) 

^§97 ( 
3818) 



Dearmond, E. S. 



Deinenberg, David 

Dellsola, Giovanni 
Dellaciella, Luigi 
DiCarlo, Giuseppe 
DiFazio, Domenico 



DiNapoli, P. & Co. 



DiSimone, Carmino 

Doran, John P. 

D'Orio, Plorindo 
Driscoll, John C. 



Division 1 - contd. 



in front of 59 Comraercial st., 



1 Mercantile " 



N 
H 
N 
N 
N 
« 
M 
N 
N 

n 

M 
N 
M 
N 

n 

It 

N 

n 

H 
N 
M 
N 
H 
N 
N 
tt 
N 

n 

N 

N 
N 

N 
N 



M 
N 
N 
H 

n 
tt 

H 
H 
H 
H 
tt 
H 
H 
« 
H 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
N 
tt 
« 
tt 
tt 
II 

n 
tt 

H 
H 

n 

H 
H 

tt 
tt 
tt 



97 Richmond 



216 
123 

337 
236 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
66 
95 
95 
95 
134 
136 

193 
193 
193 
193 

240 

25-28 

25-28 

25-28 

25 

25 

26 

27 

337 

46 
48 



North 
North 



Fulton 

N 

n 
n 
tt 
w 
tt 
tt 
tt 
n 
tt 
tt 

N 
« 
tt 



North 

n 

H 
tt 



Clinton 



No, Market 



North 
Perry 
Pulton 



M 
N 
H 
tt 

N 
W 
II 
H 
N 
N 
N 
N 
M 
N 
N 
tt 
M 
« 
N 
M 
N 
N 
N 
M 
H 
tt 
tt 
« 
tt 

n 

N 
N 
tt 
N 
tt 
M 



821 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 1 - contd. 



5405) 
783 
3725 
4787 ( 
5529) 
4243) 
678 { 
1639) 
6253 
6254) 
3483 
5674 
28) 
4144) 
1447 

1455 

1312 

4156 

266 

287 

1426. 

2808 

3374 

1217 

5011 

3844 

3252 

2811 

232 

238. 

5925 
5152 

6255 
6256 
4056 
1681 
631 
661 
4428 
4431. 
2332) 
2359 ( 
2360) 



Driscoll, John C. 

Driscoll, John H. 

Duffy, James A. 

Dutton, Andrew 

Edmunds, A. H. 
Esposito, Frank 
Feldman, Louis 



Finnigan, Luke 



Fitzgerald Bros. 



Flaherty, Patrick J. 
Folcuccl, Pasquale 
Gaines, Floyd 

Gordon, Nathan 
Grossman &, Berkman 

Giles, Charles E. Co, 



Gussman, H. Co. 



in front 


of 


48 


Fulton 


St. , 


H M 


H 


52 


tt 


H 


n H 


N 


65 


Atlantic 


av., 


tt n 


tt 


81 


Haverhill 


St. , 


n N 


tt 


107 


Washington 


St. Nor 


n M 


tt 


107 


n 


M M 


n n 


tt 


155 


Friend 


St., 


•1 n 


H 


27 


No. Centre 


tt 


n n 


tt 


183 


North 


n 


" Stable at 


97 


Richmond 


n 


•' front 


Of 


117 


Atlantic 


av., 


n tt 


tt 


119 


tt 


« 


n n 


tt 


121 


H 


H 


H n 


tt 


129 


« 


N 


Atlantic 


av. 


cor. 


Clinton 


St. , 


n 


M 


tt 


tt 


tt 


H 


tt 


tt 


« 


H 


in front 


Of 


1 


Blackstone 


tt 


N « 


N 


24 


tt 


tt 


N n 


tt 


75 


tt 


tt 


tt H 


tt 


79 


tt 


« 


Blackstone s 


t. cor. Clinton 


tt 


in front 


Of 


27 


Clinton 


tt 


tt n 


tt 


4 


John 


tt 


tt H 


tt 


61-62 


Commercial 


Wharf, 


tt tt 


tt 


61-62 


H 


tt 


tt H 


H 


222 


Commercial 


St. , 


tt tt 


N 


279 


North 


H 


tt tt 


H 


62 


No. Market 


tt 


n tt 


tt 


12 


Cooper 


tt 


N tt 


H 


160 


Commercial 


tt 


on 


Market 


St. , 




in front 


Of 


52 


Clinton 


tt 



822 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 







Divis 


lion 1 


- contd. 






2364 
















2396 

2407 
2462 
















Gussman, H. Co. 


in 


front 


of 


97 


Richmond 


St. , 


2471 
















2486 
















2492. 
















436) 




( - 


n 


n 


79 


Coiamercial 


H 


2004 ( 


Hanson Bros. 


]'- 


n 


H 


21 


Mercantile 


H 


6257 ( 




n 


n 


41 


It 


n 


6258) 




( " 


M 


•1 


41 


It 


It 


645 




M 


« 


N 


17 


Blackstone 


II 


4220 




N 


« 


n 


17 


Clinton 


It 


4475 




N 


n 


H 


17 


It 


N 


5688 




n 


M 


M 


17 


N 


N 


3911 




N 


H 


n 


19 


It 


N 


5689 




m 


H 


n 


21 


It 


H 


3042 


Harmon, A. A. & Co, 


« 


H 


n 


63 


It 


N 


2771 




N 


M 


n 


13 


Paneuil Hall Market. 


5587 




N 


n 


H 


20 


II H 


•1 


4260 




Pulton St, cor 


• 


Clinton 


St. , 


1234 




in 


front 


Of 


17 


No, Market 


It 


1393 




N 


w 


n 


17 


It N 


H 


2295 




H 


H 


N 


17 


II II 


H 


1410. 




N 


H 


N 


19 


n II 


H 


708 




W 


n 


H 


59 


Clinton 


II 


3888 




N 


ti 


M 


40 


Conunercial 


H 


5288 




N 


N 


N 


42 


II 


n 


4781 




N 


N 


n 


44 


It 


N 


4786 




N 


n 


« 


46 


II 


M 


2611 


Harron, Joshua 


H 


H 


n 


48 


n 


n 


2618 




N 


N 


N 


48 


It 


It 


4546 




N 


n 


II 


50 


N 


It 


4387 




M 


n 


li 


52 


II 


M 


5012 




H 


« 


H 


52 


It 


N 


1563 




N 


N 


n 


53 


It 


n 


2079 




N 


n 


n 


53 


n 


H 


704 




N 


n 


It 


92 


n 


II 


4754. 




Cross St. 


cor. 




It 


H 


3580 


Hill, Samuel 


in 


front 


of 


11 


Haverhill 


N 


5202 


Hill, Israel 


w 


H 


It 


90 


Washington 


St. North, 


5634) 




(Faneuil Hall s 


q.. 






5849 ( 


Howard, Wales B. 


)in 


front 


of 


32 


"A" North 


St., 


1144) 




( " 


H 


N 


1 


Union 


M 



823 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



3792 

2968 

1381 

50 

3827 

5583 
2254 
2255 
2013 

3379 
3884 
2967 
3883 
1272 
1289 
1750 

1775 
2127 

2129 
2391 
3885 
5548. 
5970 
1169 
1205 
1184 
1187 
1177. 
383 
5935 
5936 
1273 
1655 
5016 
5020 

3377 
3386 
3406 
3411 
5714 
5720 
5745. 



Howard, Wales B, 



in front of 

n n N 

H n n 

WW n 

MM N 

M H n 

N n H 

Clinton St. 

H n 

in front of 



13 Union 
97 Clinton 



103 
105 
105 
111 
111 
cor. 



(iuincy 



Howard, George B. & Co, 



Q,uincy row 

H H 



40 Commercial 
40 " 
8 (^uincy 
cor. So. Market 



in front of 

n 

H 



Hurvitz, Louis 



Hynes, Dennis C. 



Kennett, Robert A. 



n H 

H n 

n «• 

n H 

n H 

M N 

n n 

N n 

n H 

H H 

tt fi 

N tt 

N N 

N H 

H M 

N H 

•I N 

N tt 

« H 

N N 

N tt 

H M 

tt H 

tt H 

tt tt 

tt tt 

N tt 

tt H 



106 
106 
106 
106 
106 
106 
106 
106 
106 
27 

11-12 
11-12 
11-12 
11-12 
52 

51 

2 

4 

5 

25 

19 

60 

3 

I 

7 
21 

23 
29 



So. Market 



Lewis Wharf, 
Clinton 



tt 

n 

N 

north 
Blacks tone 
Clinton 

n 
tt 
n 

Commercial 
tt 

Fulton 

n 

N 

tt 

H 
tt 
tt 



St. , 
n 

N 
« 
H 
M 
tt 

row, 
tt 

St. , 
n 

row, 

St. , 

n 

n 
tt 
tt 
tt 
n 

N 

M 
tt 
tt 

tt 
« 
N 
M 
tt 

n 
tt 
n 

H 
N 
tt 
tt 
tt 
N 
N 
N 
N 
M 
N 



824 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 







Divi 


sion 3 


- 


contd. 








4930 




in 


front 


of 


1 


John 


St. , 


458 




N 


II 


n 


10 


n 




N 


467 




H 


H 


n 


10 


n 




N 


1654 




It 


N 


n 


5 


No. 


Market 


N 


3767 


Kennett, Robert A. 


n 


II 


M 




n 


H 


H 


5018 




n 


H 


n 


58 


So. 


N 


n 


2892 




N 


M 


H 


58 


n 


n 


H 


2893 




N 


N 


II 


58 


n 


H 


« 


2872. 




n 


M 


II 


58 


n 


H 


n 


^§71) 


















l896( 


Kilduff, John T. 


on 




Creek sc 


l*t 






3849 
1139 


































2270 ( 


Kineen, Bartholomew 


In 


front 


of 


24 


Mer 


cantile 


N 


2347 ( 
2613) 


































1813 


Kingston, Sam 


tt 


H 


w 


80 


Blacks tone 


H 


1414 


LaPauci, Francesco 


N 


II 


H 


337 


North 


It 


5490 


Lamonioa, Gaetano 


N 


H 


H 


7 


Henchman 


It 


5525) 




( " 


H 


N 


53 


Mercantile 


II 


5526 ( 


Lawrence, Charles Co. 


) " 


H 


« 


5^ 




n 


w 


6263( 




) " 


n 


n 


51 




H 


M 


6264) 




( - 


N 


» 


59 




II 


N 


5518 


Levitdov, Joseph 


n 


H 


n 


2 


Bartlett 


Pl., 


2529 




N 


H 


H 


77 


Clinton 


St. , 


3908 




N 


n 


II 


77 




n 


II 


1551 




n 


II 


n 


8-10 


Mercantile 


II 


3289 




n 


M 


N 


8-10 




H 


It 


4154 




N 


N 


H 


8-10 




H 


N 


1147 




If 


II 


II 


14 




N 


M 


1268 




«i 


n 


n 


16 




H 


N 


2516 




•1 


II 


H 


16 




II 


N 


5047 




n 


n 


n 


20 




M 


N 


522 




H 


H 


w 


2^ 




n 


N 


1765 


Libby & Huckins 


M 


n 


H 


26 




H 


M 


2247 




II 


H 


M 


26 




H 


N 


3005 




H 


n 


•1 


26 




n 


N 


5294 




N 


II 


II 


26 




N 


N 


5539 




N 


It 


H 


26 




•1 


N 


890 




N 


H 


N 


49 




II 


N 


2425 




N 


N 


H 


55 




H 


II 


3412 




n 


11 


n 


29 


Richmond 


II 


2510 




H 


n 


H 


42 




n 


II 


6259 




N 


H 


n 


42 




N 


II 


6260 




N 


II 


H 


42 




H 


II 


6261 




N 


H 


•I 


42 




H 


N 



825 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



5799 

651 

6262 

5646 

5859 

4462 

4742 

191 

237 

252 

489 

1235 

1359 

4597 

4753 
1734 
1826 
1827 
2860 
3324 
3646 

3647 

5224 

1352 

1360. 

4755 
^p 
787 

14-39 
1469 
1283 

2713 

2357. 

3930 

4250 
4265 

4297 
5169 

3933 
3245 
3267 
4469 
4470 

2855 
3018 
3263. 



Lifson, Max 
Lindsay, Martin L. 
Litchfield, Almon A. 
Lobnor, Luigi 
Lochino, Filipo 
Lomasney, John E. 



Lombard, S. & R. J. 



Loveless, Wallace E. 



Levering, John S. 



in 

n 
n 

M 

n 
n 
n 
n 

N 

w 

H 

N 
N 
W 
« 
H 

n 

H 
N 

n 
•I 
n 

H 

n 

n 
n 

H 

It 

H 
H 
If 
tt 
H 
M 
11 
M 
H 
M 
N 
11 
H 
N 
H 

m 
n 

H 



front 

n 
n 

H 

n 

N 
N 

II 
« 
n 
n 
n 
n 

M 
N 
M 

•I 
n 
•I 

H 

n 
n 
II 

M 

n 

N 
M 

It 
•I 
II 

H 

II 
II 

H 

II 
H 
M 
H 
H 
II 

n 

N 

II 

N 
H 
II 



of 

It 

H 
•I 
H 
H 

n 
II 
If 
If 
If 
If 
ft 

H 
tl 
fl 
tl 
It 
H 
If 
It 

n 

It 

H 
H 
ft 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
If 
H 
H 
H 
« 
It 
It 
If 
ft 
It 
tt 
ft 



192 
94 

39 

529 

337 

7 

117 

104 

104 

104 

104 

104 

104 

104 

104 

106 

106 

106 

106 

106 

106 

106 

106 

20 

20 

14 

40 

40 

40 

40 

47 

138 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
31 

73 

75 
15 
15 
79 
79 
79 



Goromercial 

Blackstone 

Haverhill 

Hanover 

North 

Essex 

Commercial 



St. , 

II 



av 



St. 



Faneuil Hall Market 



ft 
It 
ft 
ft 
It 

H 

n 

II 

M 

If 
H 
II 
H 
If 



fl 

11 
« 
N 
If 
tt 
ft 
tt 
ft 

n 
ft 

H 

If 
ft 



H 
H 
H 
ft 
tl 
H 
H 
II 
II 
It 
It 
II 
II 
It 



No. Market st., 

H II 

Canal 

n 



•I 
It 
11 

H 
H 

Richmond 
Portland 

n 
ft 

It 

N 
N 
It 
It 
II 
H 
•f 
II 
H 



ft 
N 
N 
N 
II 

n 

N 
11 
H 
H 

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



826 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 1 - contd. 



3272) 
3375( 
3468) 

3487 

3848 
2599 
5545 
1596 
2144) 
4752) 
5862 
623 
5818 
5821 
5830 
2704 
5382 

1895 
4078 

5887 

4099 

663 

698 
2427 
5888 
5889 
3316 

823. 
4060 

416 

1058 

1753 
5392 
5398 
3055 
1808 

1767 

1366 
3826 
4581 

4218 
4241. 



Levering, John S. 

Lucy, D. 

Maffeo, Giuseppe 
Maggioli, N. 
Magri, Giovanni 
Maliff, P. G. 
Margolis, Morris 

Mernolo, Nicholas 



Merchants Transfer Co. 



Mercuric, Pantaleone 
Mer curio, Philip 



Merrifield, N. & Co. 



(in 


front 


of 


81 


Portland 


St. , 


\ M 


M 


tt 


81 


n 


« 


( " 


H 


n 


83 


N 


N 


I N 


H 


H 


110 


Friend 


tt 


( " 


N 


n 


20 


Sudbury 


tt 


H 


M 


tt 


31 


Sheafe 


W 


N 


H 


H 


147 


Pulton 


if 


H 


N 


H 


240 


Commercial 


tt 


•I 


M 


H 


15 


John 


H 


n 


N 


tt 


16 


Cooper 


N 


tt 


M 


H 


537 


Hanover 


H 


n 


n 


1) 


17 


Blacks tone 


H 


« 


tt 


H 


19 


n 


tt 


M 


n 


tt 


19 


N 


tt 


N 


N 


N 


19 


N 


tt 


N 


N 


tt 


20 


Clinton 


tt 


n 


« 


tt 


20 


n 


tt 


N 


n 


II 


35 


n 


« 


H 


M 


tt 


61 


n 


tt 


H 


M 


n 


61-63 


n 


N 


N 


II 


tt 


63 


tt 


H 


N 


tt 


n 


69 


n 


N 


W 


N 


tt 


69 


n 


H 


n 


H 


tt 


69 


n 


tt 


It 


N 


tt 


17 


tt 


W 


M 


tt 


« 


11 


n 


N 


N 


N 


tt 


79 


n 


H 


N 


N 


tt 


27 


No. Market 


tt 


N 


tt 


tt 


35 


n H 


tt 


M 


H 


tt 


35 


tt II 


tt 


N 


H 


tt 


303 


North 


tt 


n 


tt 


tt 


19 


No. Margin 


tt 


n 


II 


N 


57 


Blacks tone 


•1 


N 


N 


II 


57 


n 


N 


N 


tt 


tt 


2 


Clinton 


N 


N 


tt 


tt 


2 


H 


N 


M 


H 


N 




tt 


M 


M 


H 


H 


tt 


N 


N 


II 


tt 


16 


N 


N 


N 


H 


n 


18 


tt 


N 


H 


tt 


n 


21 


tt 


H 


N 


N 


II 


39 


Commercial 


Wharf, 


W 


N 


n 


70 


North 


St. , 


N 


M 


N 


47 


No. Centre 


n 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



827 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



1768 

4299) 
6265 
2389 
728 
1018 
3292 
3300 
3301 
3302 

3303 
3304. 
5183 
6266 
6267 
6268 
6269 
668 

3435 

4572 

4682 

4683 

5097 

5971 

1175 

1792 

44C2 

4798 

5184. 

2463] 

1809; 

3112 

3261' 

477 
5651 
5791 
2879 
2880 
5419 

2493 
2469 

3596 

2063 

2356. 



Merrifield, N. & Co. 

Mitchell, Alexander 
Morovitz, Harris 
Morriesey, J. J. 
Murphy, J. & Son 



McCarthy, M. J. & Co. 



McEnany, Jsunes W. 



McGranachan, James J, 

McWililiaiLs, James £. 

Natale, Salvatore 
Kovella, James 
Hutile, Pasquale 



Page, E. L. & G. P. 



Division 1 • contd. 

in front of 55 No. Centre st.. 



w 


H 


N 


103 Friend 


St. , 


n 


n 


H 


147 Portland 
388 Hanover 


H 


N 


n 


n 


n 


N 


n 


N 


88 Commercial 


H 



123 Atlantic av. , 



n 


H 


H 


128 


Cross 


St., 


n 


H 


n 


16 


Perry 


n 


N 


N 


n 


16 


M 


N 


n 


M 


n 


16 


n 


m 


n 


n 


H 


16 


•1 


N 


n 


II 


II 


8-14 


Fulton 


n 


M 


H 


N 


8-14 


n 


H 


tt 


M 


H 


8-14 


n 


N 


II 


N 


n 


8-14 


n 


N 


N 


N 


n 


8-14 


n 


N 


« 


•1 


« 


19 


n 


N 


H 


N 


w 


20 


H 


H 


Eastern 


Drug 


Co, 


N 


N 


in 


fron 


t of 


90 


North 


tt 


H 


M 


M 


90 


H 


n 


N 


n 


H 


105 


H 


N 


H 


H 


n 


116 


n 


N 


n 


n 


n 


96 


Clinton 


H 


n 


M 


n 


5 


Commercial 


wharf. 


n 


H 


11 


4 


Lewis 


« 


H 


n 


II 


121 


Beverly 


St. , 


•1 


n 


H 


136 


Atlantic 


av. , 


n 


n 


II 


21 


No. Margin 


St., 


H 


II 


H 


45 


Stillman 




M 


II 


N 


45 


H 




N 


« 


H 


45 


n 




n 


M 


n 


50 


tt 




n 


H 


II 


51 


n 




M 


« 


•1 


51 


n 




H 


II 


N 


5 Washington 


St. North, 


H 


H 


N 


15 


H 


« tt 



828 



BOSTOH, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensep Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



5126 


Palladino, John 


in 


front 


Of 


139 


Cross 


St.. 


2339) 
2348) 

414? 


Pastene, P. & Co. Inc. 


H 


H 


H 


69-75 


Pulton 


N 


Pelligrino, Frank 


H 


n 


H 


49 


No. Margin 


•I 


5662 


Petralia, Vincenzo 


N 


N 


H 


539 


Hanover 


W 


1201 




N 


n 


H 


112 


Clinton 


n 


1241 




H 


n 


H 


112 


n 


N 


5173 




N 


N 


If 


112 


n 


N 


5174 




N 


N 


N 


112 


H 


W 


2088 


Philbrook, W. S. 


N 


H 


If 


25 


Commercial 


n 


3^03 




N 


N 


If 


129 


H 


N 


4999 




N 


N 


fl 


129 


n 


M 


4050 




« 


If 


n 


7 


Essex 


av.. 


2368. 




M 


n 


H 


105 


Fulton 


St. , 


1288 
3922) 


Pittsburgh Plate Glass 


Co.i 


n " 


N 


1-5 


Market 


M 
















3168 


Plati, Gregorio 


H 


N 


II 


49 


No. Margin 


N 


2280 
















3644 
















5447 


Pontefract, W. P. 


N 


n 


H 


35 


Endicott 


N 


5473 
















5660 
















5661. 
















893 
















907 
















913 
















6270 


Price, Barney 


N 


N 


N 


8 


Atlantic 


av. , 


6271 
















6272 
















6273. 
















6274 


Regan, Henry J. 


N 


if 


H 


88 


Fulton 


St. , 


391) 
















402 ( 


Reid, George W. 


n 


M 


II 


128 


H 


II 


409 ( 
















4214) 
















1380) 


Reid, Robert J. 


N 


N 


N 


128 


N 


N 


1406) 
















1464) 


Reynolds Bros. 


N 


M 


H 


58 


Cooper 


N 


1467) 
















2616) 




( " 


tl 


N 


78 


Blacks tone 


II 


1$06{ 


Rice, Horace B. 


) " 


H 


If 


82 


M 


M 


1156) 




( " 


II 


ff 


96 


n 


N 


5787 


Rizzo, Michael 


m 


M 


II 


183 


North 


M 



829 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



3426 

1529 
1721 

4066 



733 
769 
3422 
4223 
4225 
2539 
3277. 
4463 

5528 
1905 
5586 
2352 



2i 

li 
4^ 
5fc 



19 
88 
124 
72 

33 



492' 

I67B 

5845 

2531 
4429 
4430 
1702 

1773 
2556 
2572 
4829. 

4739 
4634 

3088 

2313 

2289 

2342 
1925 
1772 
3713 

3740 
4068 
3256 
4195 

4758 



Robinson Trans. Co. 



Romosuglia, Antonio 



Ross, Clarence E. 



Rubin, Barney 
Rubinovitz, Samuel 



Russell, A. B. 



in 


front 


of 


38 


Clinton 


St., 


H 


H 


•I 


46 


n 


If 


N 


n 


II 


46 


n 


N 


n 


H 


tt 


46 


M 


N 


« 


n 


tt 


50 


tt 


W 


n 


H 


tt 


50 


n 


tt 


H 


n 


n 


50 


tt 


H 


n 


« 


N 


74 


Commercial 


N 


M 


w 


tt 


74 


tt 


W 


n 


H 


N 


9 


Piilton 


tt 


N 


M 


H 


11 


N 


N 


N 


H 


tt 


337 


North 


H 


N 


n 


tt 


7 


Blackstone 


tt 


« 


H 


« 


12 


H 


tt 


N 


n 


n 


l7i 


H 


tt 


n 


II 


tt 


22 


N 


ff 


M 


tt 


tt 


22 


tt 


N 


N 


•I 


tt 


22 


tt 


tt 


n 


H 


tt 


77 


tt 


tf 


N 


N 


tt 


77 


N 


N 


tt 


n 


tt 


22 


Clinton 


tt 


tt 


M 


n 


41 


n 


H 


N 


N 


tt 


165 


Cross 


N 


N 


H 


H 


33 


Ford's Run, 




N 


H 


H 


7 


Fulton 


tt 


N 


n 


tt 


39 


N 


N 


N 


n 


tt 


39 


H 


fl 


N 


II 


n 




John 


N 


n 


H 


tt 


41 


tt 


M 


H 


fl 


tt 


41 


H 


If 


n 


H 


n 


41 


tt 


ff 


N 


H 


tt 


41 


n 


M 


n 


n 


tt 


33 


Haverhill 


tt 


N 


H 


tt 


72 


Prince 


tt 


N 


H 


M 


139 


Commercial 


tt 


n 


N 


n 


93 


Cross 


tt 


It 


N 


tt 


95 


tt 


N 


N 


M 


n 


97 


tt 


M 


H 


fl 


tt 


101 


tt 


II 


n 


n 


N 


110 


n 


H 


M 


« 


H 


120 


tt 


M 


M 


H 


N 


120 


w 


tt 


N 


N 


tt 


9 


Fulton 


Pl., 


n 


N 


N 


42 


H 


St. , 


H 


« 


H 


^l 


tt 


tt 


M 


H 


tt 


8 


John 


N 



830 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 







Division 1 - 


contd. 






3621) 


Russell, A. B. 


( 


in 


front 


of 


23 


John 


St. , 


3828) 




( 


« 


N 


N 


29 


tt 


tt 


732 


Russell, James 




H 


N 


n 


19 


Richmond 


« 


2296 


Rutstein, Joseph 




W 


N 


M 


141 


Fulton 


tt 


2334 


Sacco, Domenico 




N 


« 


H 


34 


Atlantic 


av. , 


143B 


Sacofsky, Henry A. 




H 


H 


N 


19 


Cooper 


St., 


772 


Saltz, John 




N 


N 


N 


54 


tt 


N 


1450 


Santollno, Glacomo 




N 


Stable 


at 


35 


Endicott 


tt 


2590 


Sardini, James 




N 


front 


of 


171 


North 


N 


2010) 


Sasso, Antonio 


( 


N 


N 


« 


272 


North 


M 


3835 




( 


N 


II 


H 


274 


n 


tt 


1097) 


Scott, Thomas A. & 


Son ( 


n 


■ 


11 


66 


Washington 


St. North, 


932 
2832 




] 


N 


n 


tt 


111 


tt 


tt N 




N 


n 


N 


111 


N 


tt tt 


3653) 




( 


M 


N 


tt 


111 


N 


tt H 


5665 


Screnci, Pietro 




N 


Stable 


> at 


337 


North 


St. , 


5782 


Semenza, Serafino 




H 


front 


of 


175 


North 


tt 


2317^ 
5927 
5928 ( 


Sheehan, Daniel F. 




N 


M 


N 


121 


Atlantic 


av. , 


Silver, Morris 




H 


N 


M 


63 


Mercantile 


St. , 


5929) 


















800 


Sozio, Angelo 




N 


tt 


N 


380 


North 


n 


866 






N 


N 


n 


18 


Blackstone 


tt 


5146 






N 


II 


tt 


^33 


N 


N 


3897 






N 


N 


tt 


148 


H 


N 


2005 






N 


M 


tt 


153 


tt 


tt 


4075 






« 


M 


tt 


166 


tt 


tt 


3597 






N 


N 


tt 


48 


Eastern 


av. , 


895 






N 


N 


« 


16 


Endicott 


St. , 


1078 






n 


N 


H 


16 


tt 


N 


1208 






N 


N 


tt 


16 


N 


N 


3723 


Smith, J. B. 




H 


N 


N 


16 


fl 


N 


512 






tt 


M 


tt 


18 


tt 


N 


3351 






n 


N 


M 


18 


n 


« 


4040 






N 


n 


tt 


18 


tt 


H 


4965 






N 


N 


H 


18 


n 


N 


5141 






N 


N 


tt 


16 


n 


tt 


5155 






M 


n 


N 


18 


n 


m 


3313 






N 


n 


tt 


36 


No. Centre 


tt 


3553 






N 


n 


tt 


H 


n tt 


tt 


3557 






N 


M 


tt 


3^ 


tt n 


H 


5451 






H 


N 


H 


36 


tt N 


tt 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



I6l) 
178( 
180( 
182) 
9 
774 
1296 

1277 
3299 
2813. 
4272 
5336 
735 
757 
1020 
1052 
4356 
4370 
4399 
4759 
6275 
6276 

6277. 
3039 
328 
1356 
5664 
1856) 
4763 
1868 
4845 

4673 
472 

499. 
1900 
4058 
2701 
1062 

2024 
2044 
4792 
1282 
5431 
5380 
5894. 



Division 1 - contd. 



South End Ex. Co. 



Spratt, James & Son 

Stella, Giovanni 
Stern, Harry 



Stone's Lynn Express 



Storella, Charles 
Therno, Flione & Co. 
Twombly, John W. 
Umberto, Prescatore 
Wellington, Glover C. 



Wrieelook, Adna T. 



Whicker, William 
Whitney, Alfred M. 



Whiton, Joseph H. Co. 



in 


Stable 


at 


97 Richmond 


St 


N 


front 


Of 


8 Canal 


N 


N 


H 


M 


8 " 


H 


H 


H 


H 


20 * 


N 


« 


M 


H 


22 " 


N 


H 


N 


H 


7 Merrimac 


M 


n 


N 


tt 


23 


H 


m 


N 


W 


337 North 


N 


N 


H 


n 


97 Richmond 


n 



831 



on 



Commercial 7/harf, 



in front of 

n n N 
n n H 

N H H 

n n H 



175 Commercial " 
56 Fulton " 
1 Commercial Wharf, 

105 Washington st. North, 
23 Union St., 



« 
•I 

M 
« 

n 

N 
H 
H 

M 
N 

n 

H 
M 

N 
N 



W 

n 
)i 

H 

II 

N 

It 
II 

M 
H 

tt 

n 

M 
H 

n 
u 



17 Blackstone 
17 " 
57 No. Market 
78 " •• 



Clinton 
tt 



1 

6 

9 
14 
14 

43 
43 
46 

49 

17 John 

" 17-19 " 



Commercial wharf, 

n H 



St. , 
N 



832 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 1 - contd. 



5895 

1 1396 

1082 

1099 

3199 Ihiton, Joseph H. Co. 

' 2575 

; 2576 

4804 

2824 

2246. 

2447 

4638 

4031 

2698 

3237 

3239 

2495 

2300 

3259 

3270 Williame, J. J. Co. 

3757 
3776 
3271 
3293 
3637 
1838 

3691 
3667 
3950 
1842. 

152) Witherell, Warren F. 
4464 
3234) Yaffe, Rebecca 

4009) 

5346 Yallen, Morris 

1725 
1295 
1744 

2147 

665 York, C. L. & CO. 

543 

640 
1862 

954 
1618 



in front of 31 

UN N 

H « n 

n « H 

H H H 

n tt n 

n n N 

tt n H 

n H n 

•• n « 

tt n n 

tt tt N 

H tt tt 

tt tt tt 

n H n 

tt n tt 

n H n 

N tt tt 

n tt H 

tt n tt 

n n M 

n tt n 

tt tt n 

tt n H 

n n N 

n M n 

M tt H 

tt tt tt 

tt n tt 

H tt tt 

Co. • " " 



tt tt 

n tt 

tt tt 

tt H 

tt tt 

tt tt 

tt N 

tt M 

tt N 

tt H 

tt tt 



-33 
43 

46 
46 
46 
50 
51 
51 

56 

56 

149 

6 

8 

12 

12 

14 

43 

43 
43 
43 
43 

3 
3 

3 

44 

44 

45 

45 
46 

91 



John 

No, Market 

tt N 

tt n 

n « 

tt tt 

tt n 

N tt 

« tt 

tt R 

Clinton 

Commercial 

Mercantile 

H 

tt 

n 
tt 
tt 
n 
n 
tt 
tt 

Richmond 
tt 

tt 

tt 

N 

N 



Causeway 



St. , 

N 



N 

N 
tt 

tt 
tt 
N 
N 
tt 
tt 
« 
H 
N 
N 
N 
N 
N 
M 
N 
N 
N 
tt 
N 
H 
N 
N 

m 

N 
N 
tt 



Wharf, 
St. , 



204 Commercial 

38 Lewis 

46 Beverly 

40 Medford 

40 " 

32 Washington st. North, 

34 

35 

3^ 
38 

39 

39 



tt 

N 
N 
tt 
tt 
tt 



tt N 

N tt 

tt tt 

tt tt 

tt tt 

M N 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



4484 
1819 
5245 
518 
396 
3890 
5244 
2958. 
3138 
1260 



York, C. L. & CO. 



Division 1 - concluded. 

in front of 49 Washington st. North, 



Youl den, Smith & Hopkins 



Zaccaria, Silvai 
Zarba, Salvatore 



M 
N 

n 
n 

H 

•I 

H 
N 

M 



M 

n 
)• 

tt 

N 
H 
H 

N 
H 



63 Beverly 

51 Haverhill 
8 Medford 

47 Portland 

47 " 

47 " 
129 " 
134 Richmond 
531 Hanover 



St. , 



n 

N 
N 
N 



Division 2. 



833 



139 
210 

235 
236 
250 
270 

933 
934 
1445 
1482 
1484 
1587 
1909 
2615 
2631 
2640 
2667 
2675 
4350 
5096 
5100 
5102 
5110 
5550. 

791 
817 

887 

1648 
2763 
3025 



Abtott & Fernald Co, 



in front of 237i Congress 



Atlantic Express Co, 



" 42-48 Hartford 



834 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 



3035 
4030 
5118 
5846 

6375. 

2557) 

2574) 

1466 

2194 

4069 

179 

958 

2309 

6376. 

209 

425 

6420 

207 

208 

629 

2114 

1612 
5014 
107c. 
6421) 

6422 ( 

6423 ( 
6424) 
6418 

495 
1708 
1952 
2188 

2195 
244i 

2459 

2460 

4269 

4281. 

4419) 

4439 

4441 ( 

5750) 



Division 2 - contd. 



Atlantic Express Co. in front of 42-48 Hartford st. , 



Austin, Elmer A. 



Baird, Herbert J. 



Babcock, Frank M. 



H n 


63 High 


N 


N M 


" 231 Purchase 


ff 


H n 


" 85-87 Central 


ff 


tt H 


" 85-87 


H 


H n 


" 85-87 


ff 


« n 


" 92 '• 


ff 


If n 


N 92 " 


It 


n N 


ff 92 " 


If 


n n 


" 92 " 


N 


N M 


" 37 Hawley 


M 


M n 


37 


M 


« n 


37 


M 


centre of 


Post Office sq. , 




n n 


N If ff 




n If 


If II II 




M If 


If n N 




in front 


3f 192 Summer 


N 


" rear 


•f 208 " 


II 


" front 


" 2 Water 


N 



Balbone's Boston & Norwood Auto Ex. in front of 232 State St., 



Barnicle & llahar 



Barr, Michael 



in front of 32 Broad 



150 Milk 



St. , 



Baxter & Oldfield 



67 High 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Baxter & Oldfield 



in front of 67 High 



Bennett & Taylor 



N H 

W M 

N N 

N N 

n N 

N N 

n n 

M M 

n H 



Boston & Lawrence Des.Ex.in " 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 

644 

1531 
1762 

2403 

2627 

2782 

2867. 

2016 

582 

641 

2719 
2764 

2765 
914 

994 
3191. 
2138 
4516 
4728 

6378. 

5059 
5060 
5684 

5703 
5704 

5712. 

46 

2130 

2240 

2350 

2840 

3116 

5580. 

4604) 

5607) 
1 
2 

3 
4 

6 

7 

8 

216 



St., 



88 Central 
60 Commerce 
60 " 
60 " 
60 " 
60 " 

73 

3 

1 •• 



N 

M 
N 
H 

m 

N 

N 



I 



89 Broad 



Boston, providence & Pall River Ex. in front of 42 Hartford st. 



Bray, W. C. & Co. 



north side of Central Wharf, 



Devonshire st. nr. Winthrop sq., 



Brine, R. S. Transp't'n Co. in front of 29 India st. , 



835 



836 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



54 
55 

4609 

841 

880 

948 

1586 

1757 
2223 
2308 
2964 

2975 
435 

2f33 
2650 

3137 

481 



Brine, R.S.Transp't'n Co. 



403 
930 
3398. 
1110) 
6384) 
138 
142 
147 
212 
2807 
2851 
4647 

4659 

4660 

5026. 

6419 

6398) 

6399 { 

6400 ( 
6401) 
4970 
6386 

936) 

2838( 
6379) 



Brockton Auto Ex. 



in front 


of 


34-35 


India 




St. , 


M H 


n 


34-35 


•I 




n 


H n 


»i 


34-35 


II 




n 


n H 


« 


34-35 


II 




n 


tt H 


II 


43 


M 




n 


II n 


« 


43 


II 




H 


H n 


n 


43 


N 




« 


n n 


It 


43 


II 




N 


n n 


n 


43 


II 




N 


M II 


H 


43 


M 




H 


II II 


II 


43 


II 




If 


H H 


II 


43 


n 




n 


H n 


It 


43 


II 




H 


India st. 


bet. Franklin 


& Wharf sts. , 


in front 


of 


99 


Pearl 




St. , 


II n 


n 


99 


II 




n 


n n 


N 


99 


H 




n 


rniarf St. 


bet. India & Broad 


Sts. , 


H II 


' 


* well & 


n 


n 


N N 


1 


I 11 


& 


II 


II 


N II 




1 II 


& 


14 


II 


in front 


of 


36 


Broad 




St., 



Broderick, John B. 



on 



So. Market st. , 



Brookline Express Co. in front of 3^ Broad 
Broyer, C. A. & Sons nun 232 State 



Bryant & Ordway Co. 
Buckley's Cambridge Ex. 

Burns, Maurice F. 



1 Faneuil Hall Market, 
15 Merchants row. 



54 Chatham 



St., 



837 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



789 
4.128 
4160 
1103 
1232. 

192 

4833 

1079, 

2065, 

157 
3360 
3612 
5592 
5523 
2489. 
1210 
1598 
1803 
2286 
2457 
2749 
3065 
3066 
3432 
3449 
6425 

6426 
6427 
6428 

3717 
4007 
4152 
4847 
5301 
5491 

5848 
4455 
4495 
5467. 

3365) 
4165) 



Butler, C. & Co. 



Carney, Frank L. 
Chapin, Cyrus S, 



Christie, Wm. K. & Son 



Cobb, W. F. & Son 



Connolly, William J, 



in 


front 


of 


214 


Purchase 


St., 


N 


n 


M 


214 


N 


n 


n 


N 


M 


214 


11 


It 


N 


H 


n 


223 


Congress 


n 


n 


n 


n 


225 


n 


H 


n 


H 


n 


156 


Milk 


n 


m 


H 


n 


35 


So. Market 


II 


r Co, in front 


of 


103 Central 


It 


in 


front 


of 


102 


Broad 


It 


M 


N 


M 


24 


Custom House " 


n 


n 


n 


24 


n n 


It 


M 


H 


H 


24 


» H 


It 


N 


n 


II 


47 


India 


It 


N 


fi 


n 


192 


Milk 


II 


N 


H 


n 


485 


Atlantic 


av., 


N 


N 


n 


485 


II 


H 


N 


N 


n 


485 


II 


H 


N 


H 


It 


485 


II 


N 


H 


«l 


II 


435 


II 


M 


M 


H 


M 


485 


n 


M 


n 


n 


II 


435 


H 


H 


n 


n 


n 


485 


H 


tt 


N 


H 


H 


485 


H 


W 


N 


H 


n 


485 


II 


H 


M 


n 


H 


485 


n 


M 


n 


n 


M 


485 


" 


•« 


n 


n 


H 


485 


II 


t« 


n 


n 


•1 


485 


H 


n 


n 


It 


II 


485 


II 


It 


N 


H 


11 


485 


II 


w 


H 


H 


n 


485 


H 


H 


n 


n 


H 


485 


H 


It 


n 


n 


II 


485 


n 


It 


N 


H 


II 


485 


It 


n 


n 


H 


n 


485 


II 


H 


H 


H 


H 


245 


Franklin 


M 


H 


N 


H 


245 


M 


II 


n 


rear 


H 


126 


Summer 


n 


M 


front 


n 


15 


Devonshire 


n 



838 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



6390 
4096) 

4159) 

2870 

3812 

4004 

4005 

4006 

5463 

5464 

5465 

5466 

141 

144 

154 

169 

203 

428 

439 
449 

509 
545 
546 

559 
568 
2025 
2028 
2032 
2036 
2154 
2759 

3808 
3809 
4197 
4198 

4199 

4200 
4201 
4000 
4001 
4002 
4003 
4536 



Cosraopol 


itan 


Express 


in 


front 


Of 




15 Merchants 


row. 


Cox, Alv 


in 


L. 




)« 


II 


II 




Province 


ct. , 










n 


II 


II 




37 Commerce 


St. , 










n 


n 


•1 




66 


II 


II 










N 


n 


II 




66 


II 


ft 










n 


II 


n 




66 


H 


H 










n 


H 


II 




66 


II 


N 










n 


II 


II 




66 


II 


N 










n 


II 


H 




66 


II 


II 










N 


II 


n 




66 


It 


M 










n 


H 


H 




66 


II 


n 










on 




Long 


Wharf, 














N 






n 


II 














n 






H 


n 














H 






tl 


H 














N 






II 


II 














It 






n 


II 














It 






n 


II 














N 






II 


II 














« 






II 


•1 














N 






n 


n 






Cressy, 


M. 


D. 


Co. 


N 
W 
H 

H 

n 
n 

H 

n 

H 

n 
tt 

H 

N 

n 

n 

N 
H 

It 
« 






« 
II 
n 
•1 
II 
II 
n 
II 
II 

H 

n 
II 

H 

n 

N 

II 

M 

II 
II 


II 
n 
n 
« 
II 
n 
n 
II 

H 

It 

H 

n 
n 
II 
w 
11 
n 
« 
II 







in front of 93-95 So. Market st., 
n II II 93-95 « II •• 



839 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



205 


in 


front 


of 


93-95 


So. Market 


St. , 


3^53 


n 


II 


II 


93-95 


II It 


It 


2228 


n 


It 


H 


105 


II It 


M 


3810 Cressy, M. D. Co. 


n 


It 


It 


105 


It M 


It 


3362 


II 


n 


II 


107 


n 11 


II 


3244 


n 


•1 


It 


115 


It 11 


II 


1063 


n 


II 


II 


163 


II II 


It 


3476. 


M 


II 


It 


204 


tt II 


II 


418 














751 














667 














1669 Davis, Albert M. 


w. 


end of 


Faneuil 


Hall sq., 




1884 














1885 














2020 














2363. 














4453) 


(in 


front 


of 


21 


Chatham 


H 


2986( Dellea, J. J. & C. F. 


]' 


It 


n 


17 


Faneuil Hall 


sq., 


3359 ( 


II 


11 


17 


II II 


II 


4505) 

573) 

656 ( Dellea, John 


( " 


» 


II 


17 


It It 


It 


n 


H 


tl 


16 


tt It 


It 


1066( 














2488) 














2421) 














2422( Dennie, John M. 


n 


It 


It 


105 


Arch 


St. , 


3167) 














1019 Duggan & Rivers 


n 


II 


tt 


36 


Broad 


•t 


2220) Dunphy, Nicholas F. 


n 


H 


It 


103 


Central 


It 


6391) 














419 


n 


It 


tl 


169 


Congress 


It 


18 


n 


n 


II 


173 


It 


n 


63 


It 


It 


tt 


173 


It 


tt 


137 


n 


•1 


It 


173 


II 


tl 


148 


« 


It 


tt 


174 


It 


N 


187 


n 


H 


11 


175 


n 


It 


149 


II 


H 


II 


176 


n 


n 


100 2stabrooka & Sibley 


It 


II 


H 


181 


tt 


tt 


71 


II 


It 


II 


185 


It 


It 


150 


tt 


H 


It 


194 


It 


n 


98 


M 


tt 


II 


67 High 


H 


1178 


It 


H 


tt 


69 


It 


n 


738 


It 


tl 


II 


81 


H 


It 


6S2 


II 


II 


11 


B3 


pearl 


It 


151 


It 


It 


11 


88 


n 


M 



840 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



812 

589 
745 
739 

42 

99 
1349. 

3633 

4292 

2944 

364 

5719. 
432 

433 
434 
542 

620 

654 

5893 
430 
431 

5560 
264 
267. 

1120 
1281 
1494 

508 

584 

?§^ 

586 

607 
680 
781 

938 
941 

947 
1092 

2639 
5716 
5717 

5718 
83 



Estabrooks & Sibley 



Fisher, Howard H. 



Fisk & Amsden 



Flanders, Lewis & Co. 



in 


front 


Of 


91 


Pearl 


St. , 


tt 


n 


H 


97 


» 


n 


H 


n 


1) 


99 


It 


tt 


N 


tt 


H 


210 


Purchase 


tt 


m 


tt 


H 


222- 


224 " 


tt 


m 


M 


n 


222- 


224 " 


tt 


N 


H 


H 


222- 


224 " 


tt 


R 


H 


II 


105 


Commerce 


n 


N 


H 


II 


105 


n 


tt 


N 


tt 


n 


105- 


107 " 


w 


N 


n 


tt 


109 


N 


N 


N 


H 


n 


109 


tt 


tt 


N 


tt 


tt 


69 Hawley 


tt 


N 


tt 


tt 


69 


H 


tt 


N 


H 


n 


68 


India 


tt 


H 


H 


H 


68 


•1 


tt 


tt 


U 


n 


28 


n 


Wharf, 


H 


H 


•1 


28 


n 


H 


N 


M 


H 


28 


H 


tt 


tt 


tt 


n 


220 


Milk 


St., 


tt 


N 


tt 


220 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


N 


240 


H 


tt 


« 


n 


H 


2-4 


Sears 


tt 


tt 


n 


tt 


2-4 


N 


tt 


tt 


H 


tt 


74 


Broad 


N 


tt 


n 


tt 


74 


n 


tt 


tt 


w 


N 


74 


II 


tt 


N 


n 


II 


93 


Central 


tt 


n 


tt 


H 


93 


M 


tt 


« 


« 


tt 


93 


11 


tt 


n 


n 


tt 


93 


tt 


M 


tt 


N 


n 


93 


tt 


tt 


n 


M 


H 


93 


tt 


N 


H 


« 


II 


93 


« 


N 


N 


H 


II 


93 


n 


tt 


N 


N 


tt 


93 


tt 


tt 


tt 


N 


tt 


93 


N 


N 


tt 


tt 


n 


93 


tt 


tt 


n 


H 


tt 


93 


n 


N 


tt 


N 


tt 


93 


tt 


tt 


n 


tt 


n 


93 


n 


tt 


n 


tt 


w 


93 


tt 


tt 


N 


N 


tt 


93 


tt 


N 


tt 


H 


H 


93 


H 


tt 


n 


tt 


n 


2-10 


Commerce 


tt 



841 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



in front of 2-10 Commerce 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



214 
1521 
1636 
1684 
1687 
1799 
1852 

1855 

2224 
2476. 
2712 
4264 
4586 
4587. 
709) 
1620 { 
3028) 



Flanders, Lewis & Co. 



on 



Export 



1853) 
1854) 

6392 

6393 
6394 

6395 
6396 

6397. 

6405 
121 
120 
119 
116 

III 

6431. 

6385) 
6411 

478 

1046 

1919 

2485 

2519 

5486 
5931. 



in front of 48-49 India 
on So. Market 



portation Company 
Preaney Dorchester Ex. 

Gallagher & Mannix 

Glennon, Prank J. 
Goode, William N. 

Haddock Bros. 



St. , 



in 


front 


Of 


232 


state 


H 


H 


n 


N 


36 


Merchants 


row, 


n 


It 


H 


^l 


India 


St. , 


H 


n 


n 


48 


•1 


H 


N 


H 


II 


61 


II 


n 


n 


n 


II 


62 


H 


n 


M 


II 


H 


62 


N 


M 


N 


N 


II 


62 


N 


It 


N 


w 


II 


11 


Wharf 


n 


( " 


N 


H 


36 


Broad 


H 


( - 


« 


« 


36 


n 


H 


« 


n 


II 


232 


State 


H 


« 


N 


N 


35 


Hartford 


N 



842 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



18^9) 
2384 { 
5576) 
861 
2341 

3^25 

4616 

4765 

5605. 

3051) 

4477) 

6404 

2490) 

2494 ( 

2496) 

4208 

5840 
548 

3225 
4258 
2003 
2021 
3216. 
869 
1243 
1849 

1873 
2935 
3391 
4506 

6412 

6413. 

1501 

5282 
5844 

5349 
4458 

2337 

844 

278. 

911) 

6429 { 

6430) 



Haddock Bros. 

Hanson, John A. 

Harmon, A. A. & Co. 
Harmon, Vinal W. 
Harney, William T. 



Division 2 - contd. 

(Hartford st. n.w.cor. High 

\ n H H n n n 

(in front of 136 High 



St. , 

H 



(in front of 
( 



Harrington, Wm. H. & Co. 



104 



5-6 Chatham 
47-48 So. Market 
74 India 

6 
13 

13 " 
406 Atlantic 
4 India 
4 " 
4 " 
10 " 
43 " 
15 Storer 

15 

15 •• 



N 

n 

M 

N 

N 
•I 

av. , 

sq., 
n 

N 

n 
w 

St., 
If 



Hart & Company 



89 Broad 



Healey, Maurice 



Hebden & McKenzi© 



n 


n 


H 


1 Chatham 


N 


n 


H 


H 


27 Commerce 


•1 


« 


n 


•1 


27 " 


II 


it 


H 


tt 


4 Commercial 


N 


II 


H 


II 


10 " 


H 


n 


H 


n 


16 " 


II 


on 




FO 


ster»s Wharf, 




in 


H 


of 


53 So. Market 


II 


H 


H 


H 


104 Arch 


n 



843 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



4861 
5900 
5901 
3775 
5902 

5053 

4855 

5093. 

5107) 

3387 

1779( 

3390) 

2458) 

2928 ( 

4377) 

12 
981 
1630 
2120 
2361 
2770 
4172 
4955 

5046. 
5726 
21 

780 
22 

748 

799 
1037 
3444 

788 
1626 

3973 
4212 

2981) 

4135) 
247 

248 

497 
2022 
2040 



Higgins Bros. 



Hill, Elizabeth 



Hill, William J. 



Howe & Company 



Hurwitz, Joseph 



Hussey, Asa M. 



Hutchins, 0. W. 



Jenness Bros. & Co, 



in 


front 


of 


2^ 


India 


sq. , 


w 


n 


n 


25 


•I 


II 


H 


« 


n 


25 


H 


II 


H 


II 


II 


52 


II 


St. , 


II 


N 


tt 


2 


Storer 


It 


11 


n 


n 


2-4 


n 


•1 


W 


II 


n 


6 


H 


n 


II 


« 


•1 


26-28 


ti 


It 


( " 


II 


It 


28 


High 


II 


) " 


II 


II 


P. 


II 


n 


) " 


II 


II 


66 


H 


H 


( " 


II 


It 


66 


It 


II 


( " 


rear 


•1 


293 


Congress 


N 


) " 


It 


It 


293 


It 


It 


( " 


frint 


ti 


59 High 


It 



89 Broad 



It 


« 


II 


54 


Chatham 


n 


n 


It 


It 


9 


Broad 


H 


M 


tt 


n 


21 


II 


H 


H 


N 


n 


28-30 


H 


N 


H 


H 


It 


28-30 


II 


n 


n 


II 


It 


28-30 


H 


n 


N 


II 


H 


28-30 


It 


M 


It 


It 


It 


28-30 


tl 


II 


M 


n 


It 


30 


M 


H 


It 


II 


n 


30 


H 


It 


11 


n 


It 


30 


II 


n 


It 


II 


It 


30 


n 


It 


It 


II 


It 


15 


India 


It 


n 


II 


II 


91 


Broad 


tt 


It 


H 


It 


556 


Atlantic 


av. , 


H 
H 


II 

It 


H 
It 


556 

cCcrA 


It 
tl 


tl 

n 



Inc. 

Atlantic av. s.e.cor. Congress at., 

It 11 It II It n n 



844 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - oontd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



,228 
















229 
















251 
















1119 




on 




Leather 


sq. , 




1129 
















533 
















1130 


Jenness Bros. & Co.Inc 


» 












1150 
















1151 
















2034 




in 


front 


of 


8 


Matthews 


St., 


2587 
















3761 
















5495. 
















6409 


Joyce's Maiden Express 


M 


N 


N 


16 


Union 


M 


420; 




( " 


H 


N 


21-25 


Friend 


tt 


1726 
1823 


Kimball, S. & Sons 


) " 


H 


•1 


39 


n 


W 




) " 


n 


H 


52 


Union 


M 


1579] 




( " 


H 


n 


54 


H 


N 


2752, 


Kogel, William 


n 


M 


H 


61 


Hanover 


« 


^710; 
















6380 


Kussmaul & Sons 


fl 


n 


n 


54 


Chatham 


n 


6381^ 
















6407 

6408; 


Laffin's Bedford Ex. 


N 


M 


n 


54 


11 


N 


4472 


Laurano, Anthony 


M 


rear 


n 


100 


Prankl in 


n 


6406 


Lawton & O'Donnell 


N 


front 


n 


13 


India 


n 


506 




H 


H 


II 


287 


Atlantic 


av. , 


4951 




n 


H 


H 


369 


n 


H 


2628 




n 


n 


H 


372- 


374 « 


N 


5639 




N 


H 


H 


411 


H 


« 


4500 




M 


n 


n 


224 


Congress 


St. , 


688 




n 


H 


H 


253 


n 


n 


6432 




H 


1* 


w 


39 


Hartford 




6433 




H 


n 


H 


39 


II 




6434 




n 


n 


M 


39 


It 




643$ 


Libby, Tobias & Co. 


n 


H 


« 


39 


H 




6436 




n 


N 


M 


39 


N 




^*3Z 




n 


M 


It 


39 


N 




6438 




n 


n 


N 


39 


M 




6439 




n 


« 


n 


39 


M 




6440 




n 


n 


N 


39 


H 




6441 




n 


It 


n 


39 


N 




6442 




II 


H 


11 


39 


•I 




6443 




H 


tt 


H 


39 


W 




6444 




ft 


n 


« 


39 


M 




6445 




N 


M 


H 


39 


II 





845 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Libby, Tobias & Company 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



1049 

3029 
1627 
2724 
2019 
4783 
1597 
2718 

49^9 
2687 
1664 
2598 
3610 
4680 
427 
744 

363 
3611 
2161 
5883 
1136 

3807 
2739 
4945 
5884. 

190) 
1861 ( 
3194) 
1714 
1740 
5223 

5225 
5226 
5227 
5228 
5229. 
386) 

4733 ( 
,547) 
6449 

1388 

1407 

1432 

1595 
1959 



in 


front 


Of 


39 


Hartford 


St. , 


n 


H 


If 


39 


fl 


fl 


n 


If 


It 


95 High 


fl 


n 


M 


n 


112 


N 


fl 


If 


tf 


II 


161 


II 


tf 


n 


II 


It 


165 


It 


fl 


n 


If 


n 


171 


« 


N 


w 


If 


II 


171 


It 


t« 


H 


It 


II 


177 
182 


H 


ft 


n 


H 


•I 


It 


H 


n 


«l 


II 


189 


11 


tf 


M 


II 


n 


91 


Oliver 


H 


n 


H 


n 


134 


n 


tf 


N 


n 


It 


148 


M 


f« 


n 


N 


n 


163 


n 


n 


n 


II 


n 


170 


•1 


ft 


n 


II 


II 


77 


Pearl 


ft 


n 


H 


II 


31 


Purchase 


It 


n 


•1 


If 


31-35 


II 


It 


If 


If 


H 


52 


n 


N 


n 


fl 


n 


60 


n 


N 


w 


H 


•1 


83 


It 


M 


M 


If 


It 


85 


ft 


N 


If 


II 


ft 


85 


It 


H 


N 


II 


ft 


85 


ft 


N 



Libby, Wyman 



Lombard, S. & R. J. 



on 



" 6-lli So. Market 



So. Market st.. 



Mahoney Transfer Co. 
Manning, Arthur A. 



(in front of 
\ fl tf fl 

( If fl If 



Marshall & Moulton Ex. Co. in ** 



23 Central 
209 Milk 
227 " 
103 Central 



15 Deonshire 



846 



BOSTOU, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



2291) 
27^6( 
2787 { 
3670 

1373 

3974 

6412 { 

6413) 

3404) 

3764) 

1107 

iiOd 

1211 
1249 
1672 
1677 

2099 
2164 
2166 
2167 

2207 

2208 
2209 
2210 
2324 
2325 
2436 
2520 
12651 
3084 

3559 

3608 

3635 
4227 

3652. 

1204 
1405 
3323 
3924 

i 285 
'2216. 

6387 
718) 
2038 ( 

2075( 
2078) 



Marshall & Moulton Ex. Co. in front of 15 Devonshire st., 



Marston'a Express 



in front of 15 



Merchants Jamaica Plain Ex. in " " 



Moore, F. L. & Co. 

Moore's Motor Service 
Muldoon, J. N. Co. 



5 Sears 



Merritt-Munroe & Ex. Co. in front of 89 Broad 



•1 


N 


« 


601-609 Atlantic av., 


N 


w 


II 


601-609 •' •• 


n 


n 


II 


601-6C9 " " 


n 


H 


II 


601-609 " " 


n 


11 


n 


246-248 Purchase st., 


n 


M 


n 


246-248 


M 


n 


n 


15 Merchants row. 



256-260 Devonshire st. 



847 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



714 




in 


front 


Of 


257 


Franklin 


St., 


4062 




H 


It 


It 


257 


It 


It 


2664 


Muldoon, J. K. Co. 


n 


H 


II 


270 


It 


tt 


3815 




M 


H 


It 


270 


It 


tl 


6446 




n 


M 


« 


270 


It 


tt 


6447. 




n 


It 


It 


270 


H 


N 


3707) 




( " 


n 


II 


80-82 


Broad 


H 


2106( 


Murphy, Edward J. 


) purchase 


St. 


cor. 


High 


It 


2123( 




) 


M 


It 


H 


H 


tt 


3742) 




( 


n 


11 


II 


II 


H 


4953 




in 


rear 


of 


255 


Atlantic 


av.. 


3943 




n 


front 


N 


269 


Congress 


St. , 


3236 




N 


H 


•I 


84-86 


High 


tl 


257 




n 


tt 


tl 


150 


Oliver 


« 


188 




N 


H 


It 


159 


It 


N 


1700 


Murphy & Driscoll 


n 


M 


H 


102 


Purchase 


n 


1294 




n 


H 


11 


107 


tl 


N 


1331 




« 


II 


•1 


107 


It 


M 


319 




n 


It 


II 


109 


M 


n 


1038 




H 


H 


N 


111 


H 


It 


4354. 




n 


It 


It 


112 


tl 


M 


6448 


McCarthy's Roxbury Ex. 


H 


It 


tt 


89 


Broad 


H 


4545) 


Newcomb's Express 


tt 


11 


II 


15 


Merchants 


row, 


4547) 
















4703 




•1 


H 


tl 


7 


Broad 


St., 


3584 




on 




Butler sq. , 




3586 




N 






M 


N 




3587 




n 






II 


M 




3594 




N 






N 


H 




1214 




in 


front 


of 


4 


Chatham 


row. 


4051 




N 


It 


It 


15 


It 


St. , 


3901 




N 


It 


It 


19-20 


It 


II 


3902 




N 


It 


n 


19-20 


II 


N 


3906 




It 


II 


It 


34 


•1 


N 


4876 


Newhouse, George 


n 


II 


It 


53 


It 


M 


38^2 




N 


H 


H 


57 


II 


H 


1914 




n 


II 


n 


32 


Doane 


H 


4724 




N 


It 


It 


34 


n 


n 


3254 




II 


It 


It 


12 


India 


sq. , 


3394 




M 


n 


It 


12 


It 


II 


5579 
5584 




M 


n 


II 


27 


n 


wharf, 




It 


It 


H 


38 


It 


II 


3903 




M 


It 


It 


15 


So. Market 


st. , 


5715 




It 


It 


H 


32 


It « 


H 


^§^2 




tl 


It 


II 


32-33 


It It 


11 


3898 




H 


It 


II 


32-33 


It N 


N 


4047 




N 


It 


H 


37 


tt It 


tt 



848 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 191 9. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



2176) 
6388 ( 
6389) 
1005 
1013 

1157 
1284 
i860 
2374 
2518 

2547 
2741 

3155 
3446 
3786 
3842 
4101 
4809 
5591. 
991 
327 
2293 
2448 
2744 
2756 

5113. 
6417 

313) 
314 

768 ( 
3057 

456) 
3134 
2508 
6402) 
6403) 

P 
64 

960 

3976 

3977 

153 
749 

908 

103. 



Nichols, William A. 



North Shore Ex. Co. 



0» Donovan, Timothy 
P. 0»Riorden Estate 

Paradis, Hector N. 
Par Cher, W. H. H. 

Percy, William H. 



in front of 15 Merchants row. 



" '• 62 Batterymarch st., 



on 



in 



Prescott & Company " 
Ramer, ilorris * 

Roche Bros. Kyde Park Ex." 



N H 
N N 
N H 



54 Chatham 



11 Commercial 



" 36 Broad 
Leather sq.. 



of 

n 

H 
M 

n 
n 

n 



58 Batterymarch " 



27 Dock 
232 State 
232 " 

102-104 Arch 



sq. , 

St. , 



Rogers, .Frank M.& Co. 



112 
112 
Arch St, n.e.cor. 

N n M N N 

Hawley st, " 
)« n w 

H N H 

in front of 



n 
n 

Franklin 

H 

Summer 



31 Otis 



n 

H 

N 

n 

M 
N 
M 

n 

N 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



1436 
?40 
963 

967 
1001 
1570. 

2087 

2090 

2184 
2185 
2186 
239c 
276c 

3192 
2218 
22?5 
2229 
2251 
2252 
2258 

2259 
2260 
2263 
2271 
2278 
2284 
2322 

3543 
3784 

3825 
4996. 
168 
657 
2581 
5436 
5446 
5982. 
398 
2091 
1091 
1286 
1790. 



Ross, James J. 



Division 2 - contd. 



in front of 21 Faneuil Hall Market, 
" " " 8'^-85 " " " 
« « w 8'i-8^ " " " 

M « "8^-85 " " " 

83-85 •• II M 

II W M 5^—85 HUH 



Rowe, A. A. & Son Co. 



Ryan's Transp't'n Co. 



Sanders, W. C. 



•I 



849 



31 India 



Wharf, 



36 Broad 



St., 



M 


n 


n 


33 


H 


n 


n 


II 


33 


H 


n 


•1 


n 


35 


H 


n 


II 


II 


38 


H 


<i 


•I 


n 


38 


n 



n 

N 

It 

H 
H 



850 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



876 




in 


front 


Of 


40 Broad 


St., 


1791 




n 


H 


H 


47 •• 


N 


2163 


Sanders, W. C. 


N 


H 


II 


47 " 


N 


361S 




If 


w 


n 


51 


M 


3619. 




Broad st. 


n. 


w.cor. Milk 


M 


600 


Schroeder, Carl C. 


in 


front 


Of 


36 Broad 


H 


2940) 














3172( 


Schultz, Harry 


H 


H 


tt 


137 Oliver 


If 


6450) 














6451 


Seigel, Edward 


N 


n 


H 


89 Broad 


II 


3754 




N 


II 


II 


114 « 


It 


3766 




N 


H 


H 


126 •• 


If 


4564 


Smith Eros. 


N 


M 


II 


111 Central 


ft 


4717 




N 


n 


n 


111 " 


II 


4574. 

2lk{ 




N 


II 


n 


222 Milk 


It 


Smith's Manchester 


Ex. Co." 


II 


n 


32 court 


sq. , 


2694 ( 














2700) 
591) 














Stevens, James E. 


N 


n 


n 


36 Broad 


St., 


Pt^ 














658 




n 


M 


•1 


31 Brattle 


sq., 


1023 




M 


n 


II 


31 


II 


1489 


Stewart, Albert A. 


N 


n 


H 


31 


It 


2320 




N 


H 


H 


31 


n 


1196 




II 


rear 


M 


4 High 


St. , 


2177. 




II 


front 


M 


24 Union 


M 


6452 


Sturman, Louis 


II 


H 


•1 


89 Broad 


II 


1553) 
f337) 


Sullivan, John J. 


N 


N 


n 


54 Chatham 


ft 














^^^3, 


Sweetser, Percy N. 


H 


11 


H 


54 Chatham 


H 


4857 


Tewksbury'B Winthr 


ap Ex. •• 


II 


H 


16 Union 


N 


4924) 














2107 




n 


N 


n 


28 BatterytnaTch 


N 


?^3 




« 


n 


n 


31-33 


II 


815 




H 


N 


II 


31-33 


H 


2108 


Towle, F. P. 


lli> 


n 


N 


25 Broad 


It 


2110 




N 


H 


n 


25 " 


N 


253 




n 


H 


H 


64 " 


If 


146. 




« 


n 


H 


16 Custom House 


n 


^3 




H 


II 


n 


593-597 Atlantic 


av. , 


3762 




« 


n 


N 


593-597 


H 


419c 


Wall, Patrick J. 


N 


II 


II 


593-597 


II 


4217 




H 


II 


n 


236-242 Purchase 


St. , 


6410 




n 


II 


n 


236-242 


It 



851 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



1137 

3119 

1545 

4676 

1645 

4267. 

1711 

2067 

3751 
4374 

^330. 
6382 

1760 

3095 
5304 

5313 
2475 

5264 

4778 

17 

195 
273 

1089 
1132 

3262 
4080. 
5590 
2430 

5396 

2678 

1995 
1300 

1127 

73 

5593 
111 

664 

1083 

4598 

2699 

3281 

3286 

2137 



in front of 

tt N H 



Vfeterhouse, LaPorrest A. 



Webster, G. W. 



Weiker's Medfield Ex. 



Wheelock, Adna T. 



Whipple & Co. 



90 High 
90 " 

" •• " 37 Matthews •• 
on Milton pi. , 
Milton pi. in rear of 24 High " 
•♦ « II M It 24 •• « 



8t. , 
tt 



in 


front 


of 


219 State 


N 


H 


II 


tt 


54 Chatham 


tt 


tt 


n 


n 


114 Purchase 


«l 


tt 


tt 


M 


114 " 


N 


N 


H 


tt 


114 '• 


N 


n 


tt 


tt 


114 " 


H 


n 


tt 


II 


122 " 


H 


n 


H 


tt 


1?4 •• 


H 


H 


tt 


W 


124-128 •' 


H 


« 


tt 


II 


2 So. Market 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


2 II « 


H 


n 


H 


II 


2 tt n 


N 


n 


tt 


•1 


2 n tt 


tt 


ti 


II 


tt 


2 « II 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


2 " M 


tt 


tt 


tt 


II 


2 H tt 


M 


II 


II 


tt 


522 Atlantic 


av.. 


H 


» 


tt 


273 Congress 


St.. 


n 


tt 


tt 


81 Franklin 


tt 


tt 


H 


tt 


34 Hartford 


H 


H 


II 


tt 


34 


N 


tt 


tt 


tt 


28 India 


tt 


tt 


M 


tt 


25 Pearl 


« 


H 


tt 


tt 


118 " 


« 


H 


tt 


tt 


1?8 " 


N 


H 


tt 


H 


138 


M 


Pearl st. 


cor 


High 


N 


N 


tt 


tt 


tt 


M 


M 


tt 


n 


M 


W 


H 


tt 


tt 


n 


N 


in 


front 


Of 


109 Purchase 


tt 


N 


tt 


H 


111-113 " 


tt 


tt 


H 


tt 


111-113 " 


H 


H 


tt 


tt 


218 


H 



852 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - concluded. 



3785) Whipple & Co. 
3721) 

1053 

1327 

2708 Whiton, J. H. Co. 

4283 

5429. 

1348 

i6c5 

1676 

2401 

2412 Woodbridge, F. D. 

2480 

4289 

5633 

140 
1943 

145 

143 
1229 Woodsome, R. & 0. 
1693 

928 

219 

337 
1230. 

6416 Youngblood, Louie H. 



( in front of 220 Purchase at., 
(Purchase at. n.e.cor, Oliver " 



in front of 28 Faneuil Hall sq., 



on 



n n 

tt « 

N H 

N H 

tt It 

tt tt 

N H 

N tt 

tt tt 

n n 



Central Wiarf, 



in front of 



10 
31 
39 
40 
41 
46 
47 
50 
11 
48 

54 



Chatham 



St. , 

n 

N 
N 
tt 
N 
tt 



Merchants row, 
So. Market st. , 
Chatham " 



Division 3« 



3774 
4088 
2035 
6074) 

6075) 
3945 

4856 
1766 
1778 
1780 
1783 
1785 
1788 

1793 



Armstrong Trans. Ex. Co. 
Berger, Samuel 
Berger, Solomon 
Bernstein & Hurst 



Bowen, Cornelius 



in front of 19 Beacon " 
s.flide Cotting st. cor. Lowell " 



n 


front 


Of 


62 


Lowell 


n 


N 


n 


N 


25 


Leverett 


H 


tt 


tt 


tt 


39 


II 


H 


N 


n 


II 


2 


Bowker 


N 


tt 


n 


H 


4 


II 


N 


tt 


tt 


II 


6 


tt 


H 


tt 


H 


II 


8 


n 


n 


tt 


II 


H 


8 


n 


n 


N 


n 


H 


8 


tt 


M 


H 


tt 


n 


8 


H 


N 


tt 


M 


n 


8 


tt 


N 


N 


n 


II 


8 


u 


H 


H 


H 


n 


8 


tt 


n 



853 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 191 9. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 



Division 3 - contd. 



1794 

1805 
1810 
1815 
1816 
1822 
1828 
1829 
1832 
1836 
1848 
1851 
2682 
5617 
5295 
4881 

5308 
3106 
2746 
3058 

2684 
5566 
5628 
4707 
1962 

3059 
770 

3967 
3749 

604 
4323 

785 
3741 
3743 
5255 
3623. 

1355 
2852) 

2853) 

,1321 

6281 



Bowen, Cornelius 



Brown, Hyman 
Carson & Green 

Chernoff, Maurice 



in 


front 


Of 


8 


Bowker 


St. , 


n 


n 


H 


8 


It 


It 


II 


n 


n 


8 


It 


H 


n 


H 


It 


8 


II 


n 


n 


n 


II 


8 


II 


It 


II 


II 


n 


8 


II 


It 


H 


M 


n 


8 


n 


N 


n 


II 


It 


8 


It 


H 


H 


H 


n 


8 


II 


It 


n 


H 


N 


8 


It 


M 


II 


11 


•1 


8 


n 


N 


H 


n 


•1 


8 


ti 


II 


n 


II 


II 


22 


H 


M 


N 


It 


n 


25 


tl 


M 


H 


N 


H 


31 


It 


N 


•1 


H 


H 


32 


It 


H 


H 


II 


II 


41 


II 


tl 


•I 


M 


•1 


41 


It 


ft 


H 


II 


II 


45 


H 


II 


H 


n 


It 


9 


Chardon 


n 


n 


H 


H 


IC 


H 


II 


H 


N 


M 


12 


It 


M 


N 


H 


n 


15 


It 


n 


N 


N 


It 


li 


H 


tl 


N 


N 


M 


21 


Hawkins 


It 


« 


N 


n 


22i 


Pitts 


n 


N 


N 


H 


30 


H 


It 


N 


N 


II 


33 


II 


w 


H 


N 


N 


106 


Portland 


II 


n 


n 


II 


44 


Sudbury 


n 


If 


It 


11 


51 


It 


H 


N 


H 


H 


52 


H 


II 


N 


It 


M 


59 


II 


It 


« 


It 


It 


64 


M 


n 


N 


II 


H 


65 


It 


•t 


N 


N 


It 


u 


II 


II 


H 


H 


It 


H 


H 


M 


n 


H 


98 


M 


II 


N 


N 


H 


lie 


H 


•I 


If 


H 


II 


32 


No. Russell 


•1 


« 


n 


It 


93-95 Sudbury 


II 



" " •• 64 Pitts 
* Portland Street Garage, 



854 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 3 ~ contd. 



1328 
6070 
6071 
6072 

6C73. 
3420 
6283 
6284 

6285 
6286 

6287 
6282 

915 
181. 

10 

5904 
5905 
5906 
5907 
5908 

5909 
5910 

5911 
5912 

5913 

5914 

5924. 

4631 

3311 

3867) 

6082 

14) 

15( 
16( 

20) 

2497 

3507 

3104 

308 

5939 
3554) 

3563) 
3118) 

3531 
5101) 



Cogan Transfer Co. 



Cooperstein, Jacob 



Curtis & Croston 



Somerset st. cor. Howard 



in front of 61-63 Leverett 



St. , 



« 


N 


•1 


68 


Charles 


n 


N 


n 


68 


H 


11 


n 


« 


68 


N 


•• 


w 


H 


68 


•1 


M 


M 


II 


68 


M 


N 


n 


M 


68 


n 


N 

n 


H 
H 


n 

H TJ 


72 

i-rot. 


H 

4 M. 1?. 



n 
n 

N 
N 
« 

n 

N 
tt 



Epstein, Israel 



" First A. M. E. Church, Mt. 
Vernon st. cor. Charles St., 
in front of 109 Brighton " 



Frost Forwarding &. Trans. Co. in front of 29 Minot 



Garr, William 
Goldstein, Hyman 
Greene, William 



Heald, Benjamin H. 



Hoffman, Barney 
Jacobs, David H. & Son 
Kaplan, Joseph 
Lazar, Jacob 
Levine, Harry 
Loveless, Wallace E. 



Lucy, D. 



in front of 35 Minot " 
Getting St. n.e.cor. Leverett " 
in front of I8 Derne " 



7i Chardon 



II N M 

** stable at 
" front of 

UN H 



) " 
( " 



47 Leverett 

46-54 Pitts 

34 Leverett 

174 Chambers 

175 

61 Pitts 

94 Portland 
94 " 

98 



n 
It 

n 
n 

tt 
tt 

n 
n 
n 



855 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 

Division 3 " contd. 



897 

900 

2834 

3258 

3816 

3830 
4234 

4535 
4926 

5179 
6076 

6077 
5181 

5190. 
6290 
5922 
5898 

2793 
2794 
5921. 



Manchester & Concord 
N. H. Express Co. 



in front of 171 Leverett et. , 



407 
6O8I) 
6288 
3188 
11 
6080 
3308 
2795) 
2801 ( 
2820 ( 
2823) 

2555) 
2298 ( 
3540) 
2064 
1668 

3298) 
2688( 

3097) 



Morris- Ireland Teaming 


Co.i 


n " 


n 


64 


Sudbury 


n 






Bowker st 


. nr. Char don 


n 






, 


In 


front 


of 


8 


Char don 


H 


Muncey, Montague C. 




H 


n 


tt 


20 


II 


H 








M 


H 


H 


20 


n 


•f 








If 


M 


H 


127 


Merrimac 


n 


McDougall, Alex 


(Joy 


8" 


t.i 


n " 


H 


41 


Mt. Vernon 


It 




( •• 


J 


* r 


I.e. cor 


. Myrtle 




n 


Niles, Leon R. 




, 


Ln 


front 


of 


35 


Revere 


n 


Rapaport, Pinkus 






n 


« 


•• 


83 


Leverett 


11 


Redin, Jacob 






H 


11 


H 


143 


Brighton 


tt 


Rich's Ex.& Trucking Co. 


n 


n 


H 


39 


Nashua 


n 


Rosensteir, Jacob 






N 


«i 


•1 


6 


Willard 


n 






{ 


H 


« 


n 


20 


Brighton 


M 


Shalek, Julius 




\ 


N 


n 


H 


20 


•1 


H 






•• 


1) 


II 


97-99 


Lowell 


H 






( 


H 


II 


N 


97-99 


II 


N 






( 


n 


H 


N 


5 


Chambers 


n 


Shanahan, Patrick 




) 


•1 


M 


II 


14 


II 


N 






( 


n 


H 


II 


22 


n 


n 


Sibitt Eros. 






)• 


« 


« 


,31 


Minot 


N 


Springer, Jacob 






n 


II 


n 


6-8 


Cotting 


II 






( 


•« 


II 


II 


208 


Chambers 


« 


Stone Bros. 




) 


M 


n 


•1 


216 


N 


w 






( 


It 


n 


n 


43 


Leverett 


tt 



856 



%^ yC.^,^ .%-~'- l», IIMI, p(»1, V*{. i-j 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 3 ~ concluded. 



Towle, George H. 



2985 Tabolsky. Samuel 

1088) 

2734 ( Thorpe Bros. 

2806) 

3288 

4367 

6070 

6079 

4164. 

999 
1748 

2249 
3009 

5042 

5588 
6289. 



in front of 3 Grove st., 
(Staniford st. e.cor. Cambridge " 



/ n tt 

in front of 

Merrinac st. 
Lancaster st. 

N n 

N n 

in front of 



II H 

n.e. cor. Green 
51 Causeway 
cor. 



Youlden, Smith & Hopkins 



H 
•I 

n 

n 

H 
H 



•I 

M 

n 

N 

n 

H 



29 Bowker 

29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
21 



n 

N 

n 
n 
•I 



Char don 



Division 4. 



1697) 

1689 ( Abbott & Fernald Co. 

1703 { 
4133) 

1902 Abraham, Charles 
3030 Albano, Salvatore 
528) Annable, Harrison W. 

2450) 

2789( Armstrong, S. W. 

2945 ( 

4492) 

1548 Atkins, David 

6291 Bargoodian, Hagop 

4418 

4185 

4300 

3208 

3092 Bean, Charles E. 

3113 
3090 
4166 

2197. 



(in front of 

n n n 



107 South 
176 " 
176 " 

( n "• " 176 " 

Hudson St. nr. Kneeland 

in front of 48 Kneeland 

n H n 14-20 Lincoln 



10 Tennyson 



n II 

11 II 

n H 

N n 

n H 

n n 



197 Broadway 
385 Tremont 

74 Essex 

76 " 

76 " 

78 



Essex st, nr. Chauncy 
" " opp. Oxford 
in front of 3 Oxford 

N M H 3 " 

M H n C n 



n 
II 

N 

M 

N 
H 

n 

N 

n 

N 

n 

N 
N 
N 



n 

H 

n 

II 
n 
w 
n 



II 
n 
N 

N 
N 

N 
N 

N 
N 

M 



857 



BOSTOK, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd, 

Divieion 4 - contd. 



560 

377 

703 

P3 
898 

1259 
1473 
2426. 
466) 

1253) 
109 

218 
225 
227 
108 
224 
223 
217 
220 
222. 

3555 
1193 
1248 
1491 
1561 

1649 

1802 

2015 

2404 

2410 

2570. 

4519 

6083) 

1424 

935 

4137 
1638 

3956 
4176 
4215. 

3442 
3443) 



Bornstein, Levi 



Boston Forwarding & 
Transfer Co. , 



Boston & Lewis ton Ex. 



in front of 



28 Harrison av. , 



171 Kneeland st.. 



Brine, R.S.Transp't'n Co." 



Brockton Transp't'n Co, 



Bruce & Warner 



Buckley, Cornelius 



Butler, C, & Co. 



Butters, Horatio 



H 


N 


H 


71 


Kingston 


M 


n 


H 


H 


31 


Bedford 


It 


II 


H 


N 


31 


N 


N 


ti 


H 


II 


31 


II 


II 


H 


H 


II 


31 


M 


n 


n 


n 


n 


47 


H 


n 


." 


M 


II 


53 


II 


H 


« 


» 


•1 


63 


n 


ti 


n 


H 


H 


91 


n 


M 


H 


II 


•I 


130 


N 


H 


Columbia 


St. 


nr. 


It 


•1 




n 


II 


n 


n 


II 


Atlantic 


av. 


n,e. 


cor. Kneelan 


d" 


in 


front 


of 


94 


South 


It 


It 


H 


N 


94 


It 


M 


n 


H 


II 


94 


n 


It 


H 


II 


II 


94 


H 


It 


H 


n 


II 


94 


H 


II 


n 


n 


n 


94 


n 


H 


n 


H 


n 


94 


II 


n 


H 


« 


n 


94 


H 


H 


H 


» 


H 


94 


H 


H 


n 


n 


n 


94 


II 


It 


H 


n 


H 


77 


Kingston 


It 


II 


n 


II 


110 


V/arrenton 


II 


n 


H 


•1 


47 


South 


II 


n 


w 


II 


85 


H 


•I 


11 


« 


H 


95 


II 


tl 


N 


H 


N 


107 


H 


n 


H 


II 


H 


161 


n 


H 


n 


H 


H 


161 


It 


n 


M 


M 


n 


76 


Kingston 


n 



858 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

. Division 4 - contd. 



4826) 
5454 
5458 
5459) 
4777 
4779 
4780 
4784 
4790 
5120. 
355 

1042 

1637 

1850 

2306 

2641 

3280 

4291 

4352 

5333 

5589 

6453 

6454, 

6084) 

6085 ( 
6086) 
1458 

2995 

4646 

4668 

4993. 

3695) 

3702) 

199 
376 

462 

515 
802 

803. 
331 
351 
352 

2582 

2583 
2584 

3015. 



Callahan, John 



in front of I34 Beach 



H n H 



77 Kingston 



Carter, Russell & Co. 



H H M 



63 South 



Casey, James J. 



Cavanaugh, James 



Connor, John T. Co. 



/ n n 

'\ H « 



H H 



26 Shawmut 

33 
33 



Carver st. nr. Boyleton 



Cook, J. W. & Son Co. 



St. , 



av. , 

n 



130 Bedford st. , 



'• 243-245 South 



e. side Charles st. nr. Boylston st., 



859 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - contd. 



956 
2989 
3548 
4026 
4424 
5106. 
32 
6087 
1568) 
2916 
3489 ( 
5287) 

6086 

6089) 

6090) 

101 

1565 

1642 
3605 
4284 
4312. 

5327) 
5344 

5345 ( 

5356) 

530 

6091 

74 

1172 

1994 

2066 

2826. 

1293 

295 

297 

609 

697 

1609 

1607 
1677 
2053 
5623 

1507 
6292) 

6293 ( 
6294) 



Corcoran & Gillen 



in front of 65-67 Kingston st. , 



Grotty, Joseph P. on 
Custon's Special Delivery on 



Bumstead ct. , 
Rowe pi, , 



Dayton, John B. 



Dikznak, Samuel 
Dolliver, Joseph B. 



Donovan, Patrick 



Driscoll, Mary R. 



in front of 157 Essex 



M n 
H n 



on 



41 Hudson 
T] Kingston 



Boylston sq. , 



in front of 73 Beach 



Ducey, Henry M. J. 
Dunshee, Henry A, 



EdgcomlD, A. Co. 



H 

n 

N 
N 

n 

N 



24 South 
14 Columljia 
73 Essex 

2 Oxford 
4 " 
6 

90 Chauncy 

91 " 
91 • 
91 •» 
91 " 

Fifield, Richardson & Co. Chauncy st. nr. Essex 

in front of 1 Edinboro 
on Exeter pi. , 



Rowe 



Film Exchange Trans. Co. in front of 66 Melrose 



w 

H 

N 

n 

II 

N 
M 
II 
N 
M 

n 

N 
ft 



860 



BOSTOIT, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - Contd. 



5502 
3284 
3312 
4400 
4412 
872 
3561 

4473 
443 

5367 
5369 

m 

4359. 
6092 

304 
3622 
3870 

3873 
3874 
3876 

3879. 
6295 

4397) 
6455) 

4442 
4445 

4525 

4530 

4527. 

6093 

3574 

3657 

565 

604 

2098 

4141 
4167 
5950. 
389 
1992 

395 
1322 

1991 
2101 



Framingham & Boston Ex. 



Freeman, S. A. Co. 



in front 

N H 

N n 

Columbia 


of 71 Kingston 

« 126-128 Bedford 

" 126-128 " 

St. nr. •' 
II tt II 


St. , 
n 

tt 

n 

II 


Essex St. 

H II 


s.e.cor. South 

II n II It 


tt 
« 


in front 

N n 

South St. 
H n 


of 27 Lincoln 
•1 51 « 

a.e. cor. Essex 

H II II II 


n 

H 
M 
H 


in front 
Tufts St. 

II n 


Of 113 SuKirner 
cor. Lincoln 

II N 


n 
n 

H 


in front 

n 11 


Of 77 Kingston 
" 71-75 Chaunci' 


n 
II 



Fusoni, Joseph 
Gallagher & Mannix 



General Transp't'n Co. South st. n.w. cor. Beach 



Goranson, Otto 
Grastorf, Arthur A. 



Greenberg, Louis 



Griffin, John J. 
Gugenheimer, Samuel 



Gwynn, Clifford T. 



Kallett, W. L. Co. 



in 


front 


Of 


727 


Atlantic 


av. , 


tt 


n 


n 


71 


Kingston 


St., 


N 


n 


tt 


206 


Lincoln 


n 


tt 


N 


tt 


206 


n 


n 


M 


tt 


n 


206 


n 


N 


tt 


tt 


tt 


159 


Kingston 


tt 


M 


tt 


II 


206 


Lincoln 


tt 


tt 


tt 


« 


73 


Beach 


II 


tt 


tt 


tt 


659 


Atlantic 


av., 


tt 


tt 


II 


172 


Tremont 


St. , 


tt 


tt 


« 


4 


Haymarket 


pi. . 


tt 


tt 


n 


4 


II 


tt 


tt 


H 


It 


4 


n 


M 


tt 


tt 


tt 


4 


tt 


N 


tt 


tt 


N 


4 


tt 


n 


tt 


n 


M 


4 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


29 


Beach 


St. , 


H 


tt 


tt 


29 


tt 


n 


on 




Van 


Rensselaer 


Pl., 


II 




n 




n 


n 


tt 




N 




tt 


n 


« 




n 




11 


n 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 4 - contd. 



Hallett, W. L. Co, 



Harnett, Peter J. 



Harris, E. S. & Son 



Hickey, John 
Hinckley, John L. 
Hookailo, Jacob & Sons 



Howard, Alice L. 



(on 

\ M n 

)in front of 

? n II n 

H II 



Van Rensselaer 
II 



218 Treraont 

2l8 " 

" 34- South 
II ly 

" 67 
" 69-71 
" 69-71 



190 



Kingston st. nr. Beach 

in front of 130 Bedford 

■ " " " 15 Eliot 

' H II II 8 ** 

« II H 9 Tyler 



Contd. 



pi., 
•I 

St., 

H 

n 
n 

H 
H 
H 



861 






Hughes & Walsh 
Jenkins & Siiarflons 



Johnson & Company 



II II 


II 




36 


Harrison 


av., 


II n 


II 




77 


Kingston 


St. , 


II n 


II 




81 


Essex 


•1 


•1 H 


II 




81 


II 


H 


11 n 


II 




129 


« 


n 


H 11 


n 




129 


II 


II 


H 11 


n 




129 


II 


w 


n M 


II 




129 


II 


H 


II II 


II 




129 


II 


« 


Essex St. 


S. 


e, 


cor. 


Kingston 


n 


H H 


II 


n 


H 


II 


n 


n II 


II 


H 


n 


H 


N 


N II 


H 


» 


n 


n 


It 


n II 


II 


W 


II 


H 


w 


H II 


II 


II 


II 


II 


« 


H 11 


n 


II 


II 


n 


H 


•1 11 


II 


H 


II 


n 


•1 


n 11 


n 


II 


II 


II 


•1 



862 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, iyi9. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - contd. 



283 
3460 
3461 

5103 
5520 
3910. 
300 
969 
3330 
3463. 
2924) 
3136) 
299 
1162 

2037. 

1090) 

2048) 

450) 

771 { 

6097 ( 
6098 

6099) 

6100 ( 

6101 ( 
6102) 

126 
1190 

5899 
1907 

1908. 

'6299 

4321 
3341 
3370 
3378. 

5995 
4628) 

4633 
3932( 
1591) 
3045 



Johnson & Company 



Keay, F. L. & Co, 



Kennedy, Patrick J. 



Harrison av. cor. Beach 
in front of 104 Kingston 

If n H 120 " 

" " " 134 Lincoln 
•• " " 13-15 Chauncy 



{ " 
Kenney, John J. & Son ) " 

( " 



Keough, William P. 

Kramer, Samuel 

Larson, Alfred 

Leo, T. & Company 

Levenson, Prank 
Lewis, Luther E. 

Lowell & Company 



( " 



( " 

n 



n 
n 
n 
II 
II 

M 

II 
n 

H 
H 
H 

II 
n 

H 
M 

n 
II 

N 
H 



H 
II 
II 
•I 
•I 
tt 

n 

H 
M 
H 

n 
n 
II 
H 
II 
If 
It 
n 
n 



II •« 



4 Harrison 

201 South 
201 South 

27 Beach 

41 Eliot 

41 " 

42 " 
45 " 

3 Columbia 
3 

3 
109 Kingston 

109 " 

4 Church 
21 Columbia 
24 " 

21 Kingston 
21 " 
21 " 
308 Broadway, 

20 Albany 



73 Beach 



Contd. 



St. , 



av. , 
St. , 

8t. , 
n 

N 

n 
n 

N 
H 
H 
H 
H 
N 
N 

n 

H 

n 
« 
n 



863 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, l^l^. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - contd. 



2435) 
5461 
4928 
4934 ( 

4937) 
2000) 

34? { 
348 { 

i|^7) 

3115 

4451 

1688 
1776 
2274. 
6278 

6279 
239 
707 

1044 
2148 

2333 
2424 

5050 
1476 
2881 
3232 
3643 
4498 
5049. 

3285) 

5i03) 
6104 
286 
293 
594 
836 

?334 
1585 
1619 

I662 
1683 



Ludwig, H. 



Tflhitmore st. nr. Kneeland 



St. 



Mahoney Trucking Company in front of 44 Lincoln 



Moore, F. L. & Co. 



Morrill & Company 



Morton, A. Company 



Mossioan, F. A. 
Moulton, Roy E. 



MouT^-t^a^n & Holmes 



(in 


front 


Of 


140 


Kneeland 




tt 


N 


n 


n 


192 


South 




M 


H 


n 


192 


tt 




N 


n 


n 


It 


192 


n 




N 


H 


tt 


H 


69 


Chauncy 




H 


tt 


II 


H 


69 


tt 




N 


H 


tt 


« 


71 


N 




N 


N 


H 


« 


76 


tt 




H 


n 


n 


It 


76 


tt 




M 


n 


n 


M 


76 


tt 




N 


n 


M 


H 


108 


H 




N 


n 


II 


tt 


26 


Harrison 


av. 


ext 


n 


II 


II 


26 


It 


N 


tt 


n 


n 


M 


26 


n 


H 


tt 


H 


tt 


tt 


26 


N 


tt 


N 


N 


H 


tt 


26 


H 


N 


W 


n 


n 


M 


26 


H 


tt 


N 


N 


H 


tt 


26 


N 


It 


It 


tt 


N 


H 


26 


H 


tt 


tt 


« 


N 


N 


26 


H 


H 


H 


Harrison 


av. 


nr. Essex 




St., 




n 


n 


« 


H 




N 


on 




Rowe pi. 


> 






M 






n H 








H 






It n 








tt 






« tt 








in 


front 


of 


14 


Edinboro 




tt 


N 


N 


n 


200 


Lincoln 




W 



105 Beach 



864 



BOSTOil, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - contd. 



1723 

1743 
1770 
1874 
1904 
2689 
2721 
2927 
2965 
2970 
3019 
3534 

3989 
4020 



Moulton & Holmes 



4021 
4202 
4448 
5215 

5233 
5235 

5570. 
1160 
2647 
2654 
2738 
3938 
5072. 
4446 
5268 
1402 
541 

1191 
1244 

2358 

4606. 

2952) 

2984 

1098) 

1682 

2257 ( 
5241) 

4487) 

6105) 



McDonald, Thomas L. 
McDonald, William C. 
McKinnon, Daniel R. 



Nolan, Patrick 



0»Keefe, Joseph E. 



in front of 105 Beach 



St. , 



" " " 206 Lincoln 



•• " "142 Knee land " 
Harrison av. ext. nr. Norfolk pi., 
in front of 11 Kneeland st., 



" 45 Bennet 



" 29 Beach 



Paine 's MarTalehead Ex., T. T. in front of 77 Kingston 



penniraan's Express 



in front of 77 Kingston 



865 



BOSTOU, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 4 - contd. 



Contd, 



996 








3049 








3550 


People's Ex. Co. 


in front of 77 Kingston 


St., 


4931 
4938. 








1863 


Powers & Corea 


» " " 263 Harrison 


av.. 


6109 


Reid, John W. 


" " " 110 Warrenton 


St. , 


4954 
2487) 
2500 ( 


Reilly, John F. 


" " " 76 Kingston 


N 


Robinson Transfer Co. 


N N n 755 Atlantic 


av., 


2501) 








1170 


Robison, P. S. & A. J. 


Church St. cor. Columbus 


n 


4563) 




(Chauncy st. nr. Summer 


St., 


4566( 


Rogers, Prank M. & Co. 


)Lincoln st. nr. Tufts 
)in front of 83 South 


M 


550 ( 




n 


2830) 




( •• * " 83 " 


N 


6300 


Ruggeri, Albert A. 


" " " 4 East 


H 


6106) 








6i07( 


Shea, Patrick F. 


•♦ " " 111 Warrenton 


11 


6108) 








2620 




" •• " 5 Lincoln 


H 


3278 




" " •* 17 South 


M 


4711 


Shedd, Arthur H. 


South St. nr. Summer 


N 


4712 




It H II n 


N 


879. 




Columbia st. nr. Bedford 


N 


6109) 








6110 
6111 ( 


Shoe City Express Co. Inc. in front of 73 Beach 


N 








6112) 








2691) 


Smith & Company's Ex. 


" " "^ 11 Kingston 


H 


2946) 








4204) 


Steinberg, Samuel 


in front of 176 South 


N 


4206) 








2179 








4748 








6113 

6114 
6115 


Steim;rt, M. & Sons Co 


Carver st. nr. Boylston 


H 








6116 








6117. 









866 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919- 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division A - concluded. 



3628 
5116) 


Stewart, J. E. 


on 




Van 


Rensselaer 


pl.. 


1317 




in 


front 


of 


77 


Kingston 


St. , 


3041 




n 


n 


H 


72 


Lincoln 


II 


2187 


Sullivan Bros. 


M 


H 


n 


4 


South 


H 


5235 




n 


II 


H 


192 


Lincoln 


•1 


3820. 




H 


n 


N 


218 


South 


II 


763 
















1057 
















1059 


Thompson's Express Co. 


N 


II 


n 


71 


Kingston 


It 


3201 
















5867. 
















338 

405 
406 
















Towle, A. & Co, 


N 


H 


H 


204 


Essex 


H 


819 
















2150 
















2837. 
6118 


Union Furniture Co. 


M 


II 


It 


19 


Dore 


n 


4437 


Weiner, Nathan 


H 


II 


II 


141 


Harrison 


av. , 


1034 


Welchlin, Charles F. 


Broadway 


n.e. 


cor. 


Washington 


St.. 


4890 




in 


front 


of 


92 


Bedford 


N 


4907 




H 


H 


H 


75 


Chauncy 


M 


806 




on 




Exeter pi.. 




5448 




ti 




n 




n 




4920 




in 


front 


of 


41 


Kingston 


n 


399 




n 


H 


n 


108 


Lincoln 


n 


tU 




«i 


n 


14 


108 


•1 


II 


1720 




n 


II 


II 


108 


II 


N 


3839 


Whipple Se Co. In. 


n 


II 


H 


108 


II 


N 


4162 




n 


II 


n 


108 


•1 


N 


5270 




n 


H 


H 


108 


M 


H 


5271 




n 


H 


II 


108 


n 


n 


332 




H 


II 


fi 


33 


South 


tt 


2182 




South St, 


n.w 


.cor 


. Essex 


It 


838 




Tufts St. 


cor 


. Lincoln 


II 


1030 




» 


1 II 


n 




H 


N 


2909. 




t 


1 H 


H 




n 


n 


1375 
















3335 
















4142 


Wilkinson, Edward G. 


in 


front 


Of 


128 


Essex 


n 


4761 
















5728. 
















5705 


Wixsom, James S. 


n 


M 


n 


17 


Albany 


N 



867 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 5- 



610) 
4984 ( Adler, Hyman 

5679 ( 
5682) 
2648) 

386l{ Allen, Robert C. 
4776) 
60 

174 

256 

333 

493 
494 

539 
2660 
2942 
2943 

741 

742 

995 
3061 
3142 
3162 
3166 

3177 
3214 

3515 
3518 
3520 

3521 

3523 
3524 

3703 

3704 

3759 
5063 
5064 
5065 
5066 
5067 
5321 
5331 

1641 

1644 

I657 

I659 
L665 



in front of 



n H n 



103 E. Dedham 
5 Berkeley 



St., 



Armstrong Trans. Ex. Co, 



N H n 



271 Albany 



868 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Armstrang Trans. Ex. Co. in front of 271 Albany 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 - contd. 

1674 
1694 

1705 
1707 
1709 
1710 
1716 

1738 
1742 

1745 
1746 

1747. 
3250 
3^23 
4605 

4675 
4718 
4722. 

^12) 

5857) 
5471 

1495 
3149 
6148 
5552 
6147 

5699] 

5721 

3048 

3093; 

4732 

490 

6149 

1556 

2451 

2841 

3215 

3859 

6138. 

1128) 

5653) 



Aspro Bros. 



Barnard, Alfred H. 

Bascora, Frank 
Belinski, David 
Benson, Francis 
Bowley, George S. 
Broad, Augustus 
Canner & Spillberg 
Chandler, Edward P. 

Chasen, Morris 

Chisholm, Alexander D. 
Clark, John B. 
Comeau, Samuel 



Condon, John <^» 



Connor, John 



410 Albany 



38 Warehain 



N N 

N N 

It N 

n N 



H 
N 
•I 

n 

H 



Contd. 



St. , 



249 Shawmut 
350 Harrison 
725 Treraont 
539 Treinont 
108 E. Dedham 
Cobb St, s.e.cor. Washington 
in front of 78 Northampton 

H N w 4.^2 Harrison 



av. , 
« 

St. , 
n 

H 

n 
n 



av,, 



Chandler st. n.w.cor. Berkeley st., 
in front of 8 Florence st., 
" " "539 Tremont " 



138 Northampton 



43 Compton 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 " contd. 



3502 
3506 
3508 Cramer, Harry 

4373 

4375 

6127. 

4410 Cramer, Philip " 

6312 Cranston, John F. " 

6314 

6315 
6316 

6318 

6319 Cresaey Contracting Co. " 

6320 

6321 

6322 

6323 
6324. 

1774) 

1782( 

1787) 

2001 Dailey, Charles 

2829 

2831 

5456 

5474. 

1679 Damand, Nicholas P. 

5470 Davenport, William A. 

671 
1417 

4228 Densraore, George S. 

4911 

6128 

6129. 

1675 Donovan, T. F. 

282 

401 
1080 Douglass & company 
3047 
3840 
6120 



in front of 492 Harrison av.. 



492 Harrison av., 
20 E. Concord st. , 



" 140 Dover 



H H H 



n n 



n n 



n M 



9 Canton st. ct. , 



3 Randolph st., 



'• 1723 Washington " 
" 190 Shavsmiut av.. 



" 502 Harrison 



" 51 Wareham st. , 
" rear " 134 W. Canton " 



869 



870 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 - contd. 

6302 

6303 
6304 

6305 
6306 

6308 

6309 

6310. 

6121) 

6122) 

624.4) 

6245) 

277 



Eager Transp't'n Co, in front of 460 Albany 



St. , 



6145) 

6146) 

3466 

6144 

1374 

5858 

2740 

896 
3872 
5403 

3745 
1400 

2750. 

4083 

4436 

3672) 

6130) 

5Z3Z 

4848 

4849 

4850 

4869. 

5406 

5407 

5416 
5418 
5420 
5426. 



Edwards, John H. 

Finnigan & Cole 

Foran, John J. 
Fraser, Archibald H. 

Freeman, E. M. 
Garner, Thomas 
Garvey, Frank 
Glick, Karil 



Goldman, Harris 



Goldman, Joseph 
Goldman, Louis 
Gould, Frank L. 

Gould, George E. 



Gwynn, Clifford T. 



112 Dartmouth 



Columbus av. s.e. cor, W.Springfield st. 



in front of 748 Tremont 
" " •• 53 Wareham 



St. , 
n 



" * * 41 Camden " 
« H « 43 Trumbull " 
Union Park st. s.e, cor. Washington St., 
Troy St. n.e.cor. Harrison av., 
in front of 356 Harrison 
356 



N If 

N N 

tt N 

W N 

n n 



382 
382 
382 
385 

Rose St. s.e. cor. " 

Genesee st. n.w.cor, " 
in front of 29 Troy 
* " " 460 Harrison 

•• •• " 46 Wareham 



st. , 
av. , 

St. , 



117 W. Brookline 



136 w. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 - contd. 



1252 

W^ 
5S24 

5829 

5853. 
5404) 

2815( 
5809; 
4364 

4385] 

157: 

295^ 

5675] 

2774) 

6301 

3493 
717 
719 
734 

737 
760 

3789 
4209 
4594 
6139 
6140 
6141 
6142 
6143 
3824) 

4033) 

4252) 
2758) 

4432 
5643 

1814) 

1821 

4151) 

2508 ( 

3063) 

2983) 
6123) 



Gwynn, Clifford T. 

Hanson, Alfred 

Heffernan, Daniel J. 

Hovey, James P. 

Jackson, James £. 

Jordan Marsh Company 
Kaplan, Samuel 



W. Newton st. n.e.cor. Tremont st. , 
Brookline st. s.e.cor. •* " 

n •) n n n n n 
n H n n H n n 
n M n n « n n 

(in front of 77 Pembroke st., 
)Pembroke st. n.w.cor. Tremont " 

? n n H g n n h 

in front of 446 Albany •• 



" 15 Berkeley " 
Berkeley st. cor. Warren av., 



(s.side 

(Shawmut av. n.e. cor. Walthara st., 
(Washington st. n.e.cor. " •• 
in front of 477 Harrison av,, 

M tl M O^^ M n 



Keefe, John T. 



e.side Buckingham st. nr.#2, at vacant 

lot. 



Kiley, James 

Levinson, Israel 

Koseon, Albert 
Murphy, Edward J. 



McAnirlin & Morgan 
McDonald, Wm. & Co. 



" " Columbus av. cor. Clarendon st, 

in front of 516 Albany st., 

" " " 101 E, Dedham " 
Camden st. s.w. cor. Shawmut av., 
in front of 70O Harrison av.. 



/ n « 
? II « 



" i860 Washington st., 

" 1872 " " 

II i3^2 n •• 

" 88 Dartmouth " 



871 



872 



1. " ' Alt, lOAC, 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 - contd. 



4885 
5863] 

2901 

1304 



Noes, Philip 


in front of 


1 Rochester 


St. , 


Parr, Thomas P. 


/ H n n 


240 Dover 


II 




/ II n II 


244 " 


w 



2835 
4903 ( 

5242) 

905 
5281 

136) 
1431 ( 
1446) 
1423 
4468 
6125 
2998) 
6311) 
6124 
6131 
6132 
6133 
6134 

6135 
6136. 

597 
3305 
2292 

2659 
6000 
6001 
6002 
6003 

6004 

6005 
6006 

6007 
6008 
6009 
6010 
6011 
6012 
6013 
6014 



Prince, C. F. & Co. 



Ravech, Louis 
Richardson, Peter E. 

Riley, Coleman M. 

Roggiero, Pietro M. 
Salter, Joseph 
Schneider, Philip 
Schram, Charles E. 

Selian, Garbis 



Sheehan & Shea 



Stahler, Harry 
Stern, Barnard 
Sullivan, James 
Swartzberg, William 



Albany st. s.w. cor. Wareham 

" " n.e. " Dover 
in front of 538 "D" Tremont 



82 Maiden 

78 Northampton 

6 Seneca 
14 Decatur 
607 Tremont 

243 Northampton 



11 n 

H n 

N II 

n II 



n 11 

n 11 

n H 

H II 



n 

H 

n 

II 



24 E. Concord 



474 Tremont 
14 Davis 
47 Wareham 

368 Harrison 



av. , 



Thayer Griffith Co. 



460 Albany 



St. , 



873 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 5 - contd. 



6015 
6016 
6017 
6018 
6019 
6020 
6021 
6022 
6023 
6024 
6025 
6026 
6027 
6028 
6029 
6030 
6031 
6032 

6033 
6034 

6035 
6036 

6037 
6038 
6039 
6040 
6041 
6042 
6043 
6044 
6045 
6046 
6047 
6048 
6049 
6050 
6051 
6052 
6053 
6055 
6056 

6057 
6050 
6059 
6054 



Thayer Griffith Co. in front of 46o Albany st. , 



874 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted • contd. 

Division 5 - concluded. 

6060 
6o6l 
6062 
6063 
6064 
6065 
6066 
6067 
6068 
6069. 



Thayer Griffith Co. 



in front of 460 Albany 



St. , 



89) 
6126) 

5781 

4048 

4085) 

4091) 

6313 

6137. 



6150 



3591 

3600 

3794 

3800 

4636 

4694 

4704 

4988 

4989. 

5577 

6371 

158( 
4608 ( 

4799) 
1906 

4029 

4285 
3062 
6330. 



Theall, Ira K. 

Trotzsky, Joseph 
Walker, George L. 
Washburn, Arthur W. 

Webb, Henry L. 
Weishaupt, Frank S. 



Division 6. 
Lithuanian Furniture Co. in front of 

Division 7. 



n 


H 


H 


385 Albany 


N 


n 

H 
H 


H 

n 
n 


R 

n 

H 


357 Harrison 
571 Tremont 
82 Maiden 


av. , 

St. , 


n 

n 


H 
N 


H 


460 Albany 
1627 Washington 


n 
« 



268 W. Broadway. 



Barry, James F. 



Canner, Benjamin S. 
Epstein, George 

King, David F. 



Murphy, Timothy 



in front of 322 Border 



" " " 136 Bennington 
opposite 202 Border 

in front of 270 Border 



n.e. cor. Central sq. , 



st. , 



875 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 7 - concluded. 



2993 

2624 

4986 

2222 

2665) 

2683) 

3139 



1041 
4870 
4882 
4901 
4905 
5057 
5150 
5162 
3036 

304-3 

3046 

3053 
3060 
3069. 
4042 

4677 
3441) 
3620 ( 

5156( 

5157) 
2612 

2635 
2653 
2677 
2715 
2729 

2733 
2747 

2757 
2767 

2790 

2800 
4482. 



Potcherkoff, Joseph H. 
Rooney, John F. 
Russo, Antonio 
Shoreman, Jacob 
Swansberg, John S. 



in front of 

H n H 



Zaffe, Herman J. 



122 Chelsea 
2 Breed 
11 Ford 
111 Liverpool 
313 Meridian 

237 Marion 



Division 9* 



American Ry. Express Co. in front of 22 Palmer 



Houlton, John F. 
Hunt, True W. 

Mahoney, Patrick J. 



St. , 

n 



Dove St. cor. Blue Hill 
in front of 705 Dudley 

" « " 6 Washington 



av . , 
St. , 



Marshall, Herbert S. 



361 Warren 



876 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 9 - concluded. 



2367) 










4941 

5124( 


Pulsifer, John T. 


in front of 


511 "A" Dudley 


St. , 










5572) 










6372 


Shuman Trucking Co. 


Dorchester Garage, Washington 


St. , 


4985 


Sullivan, Joaejjh A. 


in front of 


594 Columbia 


rd., 


3705) 


Torretta, Andrew R. 


n n 11 


25 Monadnock 


St. 


3151) 


Div. 


Lsion 10. 






196 










2C0 










201 










202 
249 

375 










Cook, J. W. Sr. Son Co. 


in front of 


1 Davenport 


w 


592 










628 










1929 










2294 










3395. 










1733) 


Harris, Samuel A. 


^ M H n 


675 Shawmut 


av., 


1934) 




/ H tt H 


1 Windsor 


St., 


6244 


Mallory, Junius L. 


II n n 


48 Lenox 


H 


5554) 
6245) 


McDonald, Catherine 


•1 II n 


59 Roxbury 


« 










2792 


Nichols, John H. 


n 11 n 


10 Camden 


It 


6331 


Nichols & Stead 

Div 


II H 11 

ision 11. 


10 " 


n 


302 










1014 










2089 

2093 
2102 










American Ry. Express Co. in front of 


636 Washington 


H 


2105 










2112 










2116 










2119 










2456. 










3143 


Arena, Anthony 


UN H 


64 Greenwich 


N 



877 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 

Division 11 - concluded. 



6332 
6151 
6152) 

6153) 
5310 

5329 
5338 
5601 

6154. 

6155 



856 

857 

882 

1202 

2141 
2233 
2238 
2245 
2250 
2261 
2266 
2580 
2638 

3547 
4i74 

4175 

4393 

4403 
5610 
5613 

5620. 
4380 

624 
1212 
1554 
1571 
5319 
5325 
5341. 



ComlDs, Lester J. 
Grant, Frank K. 
Mirabito & Company 



Prout, William P. 



in front of 



65 Stoughton St. , 
o Maryland " 
* 1411 Dorchester av., 



N H 



" 348 Adaius 



St., 



Walker, H. A. Co, Dorchester av. cor. Mt. Vernon " 

Division 12. 



Brine, R.S.Transp' t*n Co. in front of 



715 E, Broadway, 



Conroy, John J. 



Cullen, William E. 



in front of 525 E. Fifth St., 



•• " 557 E. Seventh 



878 



BOSTOM, TUESDAY, JULY 1, l^l^. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 12 - concluded. 



3077 
6246) 
6247) 
6333^ 

23821 
2394 ( 
4611) 
6334) 

6336) 

1169 

6337^ 

1453 

1893 ( 

2913) 



6156) 

6159) 

552) 

1969 ( 

1979( 

6160) 

6161 ( 

6l62( 

6163) 

6164 

5044) 

5054 

5260) 

5f26l{ 

5262 

2269) 

5143 

5145( 

5147) 

1755 



Diorio, Carmine 
Hall, Charles M. 

Kruger , Hyman 

Lynch, Ellen 

Lynch, Michael J. 

Murphy, Augustine F. 
McBeth, James 

Pierce, Charles S. 



in front of 526 E. Third st., 

n n *> 634 E. Broadway, 

" " " 725 E. Broadway, 

" " " 543 E. second St., 



( " " " 670 E. Broadway, 
) » " •• 232 K " 

( 1 St. s.e.cor. E. Broadway, 
in front of 557 E. Eighth " 
••'•'• 614 E. Broadway, 



85 L 



Division 13. 



Atkinson, A. H. Co. 



Blake & Company 



Burkhardt, Alfred G. 



Burkhardt, Gottlieb W. " 
Conner, Patrick •' 



in front of I39 Lamartine 



N N 



" 172 Green 



" " 93i Boylston 



" '• 296 Amory 
" •• 47 Keyes 



Davidson, Benjamin L. off Forest Hills St., 



Doyle, M. & Co. Inc. in front of 4l8 Amory 



Ferrante, Thor/ias 



" " "128 south 



879 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



"Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division I3 - concluded. 



2791 














2796 ( 


Godvin, M. Estate 


in 


front 


Of 


25 Keyes 


st. , 


2798) 














577i 


Gordon, Abrahain 


N 


N 


N 


207 Green 


St., 


5279 


Lally, Ellen 


N 


N 


n 


103 Keyes 


N 


5222 


Maloney Bros. 


N 


N 


H 


48 Union 


av.. 


6165) 
6166) 
4998 


Miller, W. E. 


N 


N 


H 


6 Green 


St., 














5009 














5015 














5025 


Moore, John J. 


N 


H 


N 


110 Child 


N 


5029 














5031 










, 




5043. 
5056) 


























5069 ( 
5076) 
2474 


Murray, Eben 


on 




Weld Park, 
















2477 














2661 














5189 


kcGinnis, K. & Co. 


n 




Brook rd. , 




5203 














5204 














5207. 














5217 


Noone, George E. 


in 


front 


of 


102 V/illianis 


N 


5218 














6167 


Paine 's Auto Express 


n 


H 


N 


654 "A" Center 


If 


5232 














5238 














5239 


Shea, Thomas J. Co. 


N 


tt 


II 


50 Call 


n 


52^0 














6168. 














4263) 














6l69( 


Smith, Harry E. 


N 


N 


H 


6 Green 


w 


6170) 














616 














2393 














3504 


Timon's Express Co. 


N 


N 


N 


2 Kenton 


rd.. 


3511 














5702. 














159 


Wende, Fritz A. C. 


Railroad 


Bridge, Boylston st. 





880 



BOSTOH, TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 14. 
4689 Costello, Patrick J. in front of 30 Smith 

Division 15- 



St. 



87 
91 
92 

105. 
5949) 
5131 
2523 ( 
6174) 

1329 
5230) 
5561 
3488) 

6191( 

6192) 

4886- 

4892 

1111 

4740 

5340 

1003 

2082 

6173 
2143 

2242 

2243 

3802 

4561 

4750. 

4613 

4614 

4576 

5402 

2307 

2314 

2315 
3417 
3419 
1574 



Bailey, Arthur N. 



in front of 39 Warren 



( •• " " Roughan Building, City sq. , 

Brady, John F. & Co. )at the Park, City sq. , 

)in front of 8 Decatur ct. , 

Brosofsky, Samuel « « « 37^^ Main st.. 

Chapman, Harry ^ .• n « 7^^ Elm " 

(on Linwood pi. , 

Charlestown Furniture Co. Green st.hr, Main st., 

Cochrane, John J. in front of 4 Waverly Block, 

Codman, Merton G. « m n 1 Lincoln st.. 



Condon, James 
Frost, J. Edward 

Grace, George W. 



Herrick, George W. 

Kennett, Robert A. 
Lally, George H. 

Loveless, Walter E. 
Mistretta, Angelo 



Moulton St. at the Park, 
in front of 39 Warren 



n N 



•♦ U. S. Navy Yard, 
" " « 12 polk * 

on Henley pi. , 

in front of 325 Medford " 

" " " 315 Rutherford av.. 



n H 



•• 29 Henley 



St. , 



881 



BOSTOli, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

DiArJeion 15 - contd. 



3471) 
3472 
3474 ( 
3481) 
990 
1343 

5409 
5414 
541^ 
5658 
5384 

5385 

6176. 

4932 

3925 

4347) 

4349 ( 

674 
.696 

755 
794 
834 

873 
910 

951 

972 

983 

1039 

1069 

1126 

3473 
3564 
4027 
4067 

4071 

4106 

465 

511 
^25 

538 

511 



Morrill, T. B. Inc. 



McCarthy Bros. 



McDonald, Francis A. 
McDonald, John J. 

McGranachan, James J. 



O'Riorden, P. Estate 



Rutherford av. cor. Lincoln st., 



in front of 44 Stacey 



35 Chapman 
449 Main 

26 Polk 



50 Chelsea 



882 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 

Division 15 - contd, 
579 

601 O'Riorden, P. Estate in front of 50 Chelsea at., 

619 



662. 



3320) Perry, James D. 



on 



" 26 So. Eden 
Charles River av.. 



^, " " '• 26 So. Eden " 

3334) 

3130 Porter, WilliaiE J. 

6178 

6179 

6160 

6181 

6182 Prior Transp't'n Co, in front of 373 Rutherford av., 

6183 

6184 

6185 

6186 

6187 

6188, 



3276 Rooney, Frederick A. 

3484 

3492 

3516 

3522 

3568 

3569 

3572 Silk, William 

3601 

3603 

3617 

3627 

3629 

3630 



n N 



17 "A" Bunker Hill st. , 



N N 



31 Chapman st., 



3631. 
61' 



96 Warren 



71 Stimpson, Roscoe n n n 

1337 

1342 

3122 

4599 Terminal Wharf & R.R. Warehouse Co. in front of 387 Medford st. , 

4600 

5386 

5665 



883 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 

Division 15 - concluded. 



6193) 
6194 

6l95( 
6196) 

I6b7 

1686 

2402 

6189. 

154^) 

4018( 

5298 ( 

5861) 

5942 

681) 
6175 

6172 
6190 



6197 

6198 
6199 

6200 
6201 
6202 
6203 
6204 
6205 
6206 

1883 
5696 

5815. 

6248) 

6249) 
6338 
6339 
6340 

6341 
6342 

6343 

6344 

6345 

6346 

6347 



Terminal Wharf & R.R. Warehouse Co. in front of 387 Medford st. 



Tourtillot, George A. in front of 305 Medford st.. 



Weeks & Hatch 



Welch, George H. 



" rear " 96 Cambridge 



(opp, 7 Middlesex st., 
(in front of 4 Walker 
Wellington, Charles F. Union st. nr. Main 
White, Daniel in front of 12 Phipps 

Yanofsky, Julius « m « 7 Austin 

Division 16. 



ct. , 

St. , 



Berry &. Tihbetts 



in front of 23I Massachusetts av., 



Chiesa & Ferrari 



w. side Charles st. nr. Beacon st.. 



Clearing House Parcel Delivery Co, in front of 55 Lansdowne 

St. , 



884 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



Clearing House Parcel Delivery Co, in front of ^'^ Lansdowne 

St. , 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division l6 - concluded. 

6348 

6349 
6350 

6351 
6352 

6353 
6354 

6355 
6356 

6357 
6358 

6359 
6360 
6361 
6362 

6363 
6364 

6365 
6366 
6367. 
1302 

1303 

4366 

4368 

4796. 

12151 

6207) 

620B) 
6368 



637: 
6374 
4237 
906 
4416 
4757. 
6369 



1600) 
1602) 
6212 
3681 

5317) 
5320) 
2525 



Healy»B Express Co. 

Hunt, Thomas J. 
Musgrave & Roper 

McClelland & Gardner 
Robison, P. S. & A. J. 



in front of 127 Providence st. , 



" •• " 153 Berkeley 
Columbus av. at Morgan 



Roper, William J. 



in front of 18? Columbus 

" " " 694 Beacon 

H H n 694 ** 

Exeter st. s.e.cor. Public Alley #440, 

in front of 129 Providence st., 

" " 129 " 

W M 129 " 

•• " 27 Stanhope 



N 
N 
N 



av. , 

St. , 

H 



n 

H 

w 



American Ry. Ex. Co. 

Baasner, Gustave H. 
Brooks, William J. 
Carpi ir.to, Angel 

Cefalo, Fred 



Division I7. 

in front of Roslindale Station, New 

York, New Haven & Hartford R.Rn 
n i» of 443 Ashland st., 
" " " 2 Philbrick " 
* " •• 28 Taft pi., 



45 Clement 



av. , 



SS5 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division IJ - 



5360 
476) 

4485 ( 
6211) 

577^ 

1333) 

1335) 

3129 

4531 

1387) 

6209 ( 

6210 ( 
6213) 
1392 

1397) 
3181 

2398 

3226 

6214 

1798) 

1800 ( 

5919) 



Cuddy, William F. 

DeMatteo, Martino 

Freeman, William H. 
French, Stephen 

Gallivan, Andrew 
Latorella, Charles 

Mitchell, Henry F. 

Morrison, Gerald M. 

Mulrey, John 
Todeeca, Joseph 
Walsh, Thomas P. 
Yanetta, Domenic 

Yerxa, Morton A. 



in front 

N N 



concluded. 

of 18 Brookdale st. , 
" 154 Dudley av. , 



N 

N 



N N 

tt H 

M H 

N M 



n 

n 
w 



6224 
27IG) 
2711 ( 
6241 ( 
6242) 
6234 

6235 
6236) 

379 
6226 

6233 



Division I8. 
Allen, Stewart T. in front 
American Ry, Ex. Co. n « 

Bleakney, Robert L. » « 



Boderick, Samuel 
Bond, John R. 
Boyd, Joseph & Son 



of 



4198 Washington st., 

74 Dudley av. , 

5251 Washington st., 
15 Orange " 

24 Amherst " 



14 Birch 



818 Canterbury 
105 Walworth 
602 Canterbury 
212 Ashland 

72^ South 



28 Foster " 
13 Nott " 

1044 Hyde Park av., 



M 


II 


It 


13 Nott 


St. , 


N 


H 


H 


1817 River 


N 


n 


H 


n 


1037 River 


M 



886 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted- contd. 

Division 18 - contd. 



1054 
6220 
6215 
5672) 

5738 
5748 

5759) 

6222 

6216 

4838 

6225 

5306) 

5307) 

6217 

4591 

5598 

6231) 

6232 ( 

5379 ( 
5391) 
2273 

623fe 

6239 

6240. 

6227) 

6228 

6229 ( 

6230) 

5322) McGloue, Andrew 



Brown, Sidney V, 
Cafarello, Domini ck 
Conley, Joseph J. 

Corrigan, Thoiaas H. 



Crawford, Joseph R, 
DiMarzio, Aleck 
Donahoe, Joseph 
Hartford, Harry 
Hughes, Owen P. 

Jordan, Percy 0. 
Lesser, Joseph 



Mahoney, Dennis W. 



li^honey, William 



McDonough, John M. 



621^ 

6223 

5248) 

5254 ( 
5256) 



Bockman, Israel 
Smith, Guy 

Sullivan, John 



in 

n 



front of 41 Walnut 
" " 1206 River 
* " 18 Woloott 



H 
H 

n 

N 

n 

N 
H 
N 



H 

n 

H 

n 

H 



H 



43 Pierce 



151 West 
2 Nelson 

116 Readville 
40 Cottage 
40 Warren 



St., 
n 



N 
N 
H 

It 



av. , 



•• 1233 River St., 

" 95 Providence " 

132 Childs " 



•• 264 E. Milton •• 

" 1 Pierce •• 

" 87 Readville " 

" 64 Thatcher " 

" 102 Pierce " 

•♦ 1932 Hyde Park av., 

" 41 Washington et., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, I919. 



Concluded, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 18 - concluded. 

6221 Townsend, Alpheus S. in front of 34 Webster 

6219 Ventola, Joseph « m « 1^27 H^^de Park 

11^4 

5180 

5187 Ward, Rowland w « « c^ 2jott 

5277 

5278 

3354 Wolfe, Morris M. « h « yi Davison 



St. , 
av. , 



St. , 



Attest: 




Chief Cler 



887 



888 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Peraberton square, 

Boston, Wednesday, July 2, 1919, 



Police CoxnmisBloner 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 ;- 

Rule 24, Section 5f is hereby amended to read as follows :- 

5. Sergeants shall inspect separately the men of their 
respective platoons as soon as they are formed preparatory to march- 
ing on patrol or other duty, and shall see that they are properly 
uniformed and equipped, and that they have with them keys to the 
police signal boxes. They shall also inspect the officersj re- 
volvers in each division once a week and report to ^ e^CommandTng 
Offic er as to their condition." 

Machine guns and shot guns are under the direct control of 
the several Commanding Officers who will be held responsible for 
their condition. They should be cleaned and oiled once every 
fourteen days. Oil will be furnished on requisition by the 
Property Clerk. 

Rule 46, Section 1, is hereby amended to read as follows :- 

1. Revolvers will be furnished to all members of the Force, tc 
be carried loaded when on duty. Each member shall be held responsi- 
ble for the perfect condition of the revolver furnished to him. He 
must see that it is clean, loaded, and ready for use; and should 
it need repairs, he must so report at once to his Commanding Officer. 
Extra cartridges will be furnished from time to time on requisition 
by Commanding Officers for the purpose of testing revolvers in the 
hands of their men or of replacing cartridges likely to have become 
defective. Members of the Force shall familiarize themselves with 
the handling and the work of their revolvers, and they shall carry 
when on duty no revolvers not of a pattern authorized by the 
Department. 

There are now only two makes of revolver in the Boston 



BOSTON, WEDlffiSDAY, JULY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



General Order concerning Department Revolvers - concluded. 

Police Department, namely; Smith & Wesson and Colt's Police Posi- 
tive, both of 38 calibre. It is the duty of Commanding Officers 
to see that no other makes of revolvers are carried by officers 
under their control, and should any officer be found carrying a 
revolver of any other make, report of the fact together with the 
name of the officer should be immediately sent to the Superintendents 



889 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



2362 


Abbott, 


Frank A. 


239 


Allen, 


Alfred E. 


1311 


Aldred, 


Alvan E. 


159c 


Allen, 


John J. 


2035 


Anderson, 


Carl 0. 


1870 


Atkinson, 


Robert T. 


1278 


Austin, 


John B. 


29c 


Bach man, 


William W. 


225 


Bailey, 


George S. 


1646 


Bailey, 


Thomas A. 


580 


Bailey, 


Walter E. 


1198 


Ballem, 


John C. 


1655 


Barron, 


Matthew J. 


1889 


Bell, 


Maurice 


490 


Bigwood, 


John E. 


689 


Blagdon, 


George T. 


2419 


Bond, 


John R. 


1826 


Boyce, 


George M. 


1187 


Bracken, 


John J. Jr 


6 


Brady, 


Patrick J. 


1696 


Brady , 


William F. 


782 


Breen, 


Michael 


579 


Breeyear, 


William J. 


416 


Brennan, 


Thomas 


622 


Brown, 


Francis 


1983 


Brown, 


Philip A. 



Som. , 






83 St. Eotolph St., 
59 Belvidere st., 
139 P St.. 
14 Wisconsin av. , 
33 Cornwall st. , 
71 Batavia st., 
91 Brighton av. , 
67 Westland av. , 
26 Green st., C. 

16 Howes St. , D. 
8^ Mountfort st. 

8 Saco St. , D. D. , 
2472 Washington st., 
633 Harrison av. , 
340 Shawraut av., 
73 Delle av., Roxbury, 
1817 River st., H. P., 
1 Dixon av., Dedham, 
88 W. Fifth St., 
97 Morton St., W. R. , 
621 E. Eighth St., 
75 Carver st. , 
52 Mansfield st., 
39 Cutler St., Som., 

17 Wakullah st., Roxbury, 
108 Buttonwood St., D. D. , 



B. D. , 



890 



BOSTON, WEDlffiSDAY, JULY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licensee Granted - contd. 



1443 Burke, 

1396 Burns, 

2210 Cairns, 

2145 Callahan, 

242 Callahan, 

2418 Campbell , 

1847 Cannon, 

582 Cannon, 

1370 Carey, 

588 Carey, 

1750 Carney, 

449 Carr, 

941 Chadon, 

1461 Clark, 

1638 Cleary, 

1031 Clifford, 

862 Cobb, 

1619 Cohen, 

1723 Coldbert, 

603 Collins, 

715 Conant, 

368 Conley, 

1716 Conely, 

l6c8 Connell, 

858 Cook, 

108 Corkery, 

2382 Cosman, 

674 Coughlan, 

1225 Cox. 

878 Coyne, 

1244 Craffey, 

1810 Craffey, 

1927 Crawford, 

1973 Culbert, 

2142 Cunningham, 

1^15 Cunningham, 

2174 Daly, 

1712 Danforth, 

484 Davidson, 

646 Dav i B , 

2171 Davis, 

2326 Davis, 

2052 Davis, 

2392 DeCosta, 

2177 Dion, 



Thomas A. 
Edward C. 
Richard A. 
Prank B. 
John R. 
Robert P. 
Cornelius 
Thomas L. 
Joseph 
William L. 
Timothy J, 
Richard J. 
Archie 
Thomas T. 
Dennis J. 
John J, 
David P. 
Julius S. 
Joseph A, 
Patrick J. 
George W. 
George A. 
James B. 
Charles J. 
William 
Patrick 
Charles W. 
Jeremiah B. 
Malcolm W. 
Thomas 
Daniel J. 
John T. 
George W. 
James J. 
Harold J. 
Thomas J. 
John J. 
William A. 
Andrew J, 
Fred J. 
Lyman H, 
Matthew J. 
William H. 
Joseph P. 
Henry 



593 Western av., Lynn, 
29 Webber st., Roxbury, 
61 West St., H. P. , 

1 "A" Minton st., J. P, 
27 Willard st., Camb., 

2 Renfrew st., Roxbury, 
S. 160 Saratoga st., 

275 Paris St., E. B. , 
08 Appleton st. , 
85 Westville st. , D. D. , 

612 Columbus av., 
9 Edison Green, 

189 "A" Massachusetts av,, 
6 Haley st., Roxbury, 

445 Q,uincy st., D. D. , 
12 Cambridge st., 
27 Stetson St., BrooklinQ 

103 Norway st. , 
40 Maxwell st., D. D., 

501 Pond av., Erookline, 
2494 Washington st., 

258 Harrison av. , 

258 Harrison av. , 

390 Savin Hill av., 
35 E. Concord st, , 
34 Dehon st,. Revere, 
90 St. James av., 
15 Longfellow St., D. D. , 

37 St. Germain st. , 
271 Centre st,, D, D. , 
144 Lenox st,, Roxbury, 

2 Rowland st., Roxbury, 
1485 River st., H. P., 
47 Creighton st., Rox. , 
92 Draper st., D. D. , 
10 Rill St., D. D. , 

38 Sharon st. , 
101 Waldeck st., D. D., 
365 Centre st., D. D. , 

72 Easton st. , B. D. , 
714 Metropolitan av. , H. P, 
9 Liberty av.. Revere, 

34 Mozart St., Roxbury, 
806 E. Fourth St. , 

20 Alberta ter. , Camb. , 



BOSTON, TIEDiaSSDAY, JULY 2, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1531 
2274 

574 
1458 

4C2 
1301 

98 

496 
1936 

659 
i6l7 
1962 

1397 
1844 

1736 
2321 

363 

1175 

2376 

18 

1118 

597 
2378 
2056 

39 
1676 

206 
1839 

961 
1432 
2039 

159 
1123 

804 

2387 
1929 
252 
1492 
2227 
2163 
2230 

1453 



Diviney, 


Patrick J. 


33 


Donlon, 


John C. 


150 


Donohue, 


Michael J. 


16 


Donohue, 


Patrick 


15 


Donahue, 


William M. 


70 


Dooling, 


John J. 


22 


Dorsey, 


John M. 


180 


Douglas, 


Robert J. 


1345 


Driscoll, 


Cornelius T. 


7 


Duffy, 


William T. 


2 


Eager, 


James H. 




Egan, 


William R. 


173 


Finn, 


Charles J. 


152 


Finn, 


Michael 


84 


Finnigan, 


John F. 


26 


Fishelson, 


Max 


7 


Fitzgibbon, 


James E. 


2161 


Fitzpa trick, 


Henry D. 


.^5 


Fivenson, 


Isaac P. 


609 


Flagg, 


Franklin I, 


211 


Flanagan, 


Thomas 


760 


Flynn, 


Joseph T. 


106 


Franklin, 


George 


137 


Franklin, 


Warren E. 


164 


Frost, 


Willie A. 


289 


Gauley, 


John J. 


93 


Garabedian, 


Paul A. 


5 


Gass, 


Dawson D. 


1 


Golding, 


Arthur S. 


722 


Goldstein, 


Jacob 


19 


Goldston, 


Ernest 


19 


Goldston, 


William J. 


87 


Goodman, 


Barney 


10 


Gorman, 


John C. 


1692 


Grant, 


Lawrence A. 


128 


Griffin, 


Joseph 


80 


Gross, 


Simon 


354 


Hunt, 


Charles M. 


141 


Harding, 


Henry M. 


495 


Harrington, 


Frank A. 


66 


Harvey, 


James L. 


21 


Henriques, 


Lionel B. 


616 



891 



Field St., Roxbury, 

V/arren av . , 

Burney st. , Roxbury, 

Dal ton St. , 

Oak St. , 

St. Germain st. , 

Willow St., Waltham, 

Cambridge st., Camb. , 

Wright av., Medford, 

Terrace av. , 

Randolph av. , Milton, 

Winthrop st., Roxbury, 

Norfolk St. , D. D. , 

Mt. Vernon st,, So. Boston 

Union Park, 

Westminster rd. , 

Washington st., 

Leyland st. , Roxbury, 

West Park st. , D. D. , 

Huntington av. , 

E. Fifth St., 

Marine rd., 

Harold st., Roxbury, 

Howard av., Roxbury, 

Lowell St., Wakefield, 

Hampshire st., Camb., 

P St., 

Dixon av . , Dedham, 
Commonwealth av., 
Hav61ock st. , D. D. , 
Revere st., 
Albion St., 
Eaton St. , 
Washington st. , 
Day St. , 

Conant St., Roxbury, 
Columbus av., 
Emerson st. , 
Franklin st. , Camb., 
Cabot St., Roxbury, 
Capen st. , D. D. , 
Columbus av.. 



892 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1919 . 



Contd. 



kney 


Carriage Drivers' Licenses 


Granted - 


115 


Herlihy, 


Daniel 


32 


687 


Hosford, 


John 


2822 


697 


Hughes, 


Albert G. 


20 


1199 


Hunt, 


Charles E. 


119 


1048 


Johnson, 


Hayward P. 


344 


903 


Jolly. 


Alexander 


55 


541 


Jolly. 


Joseph W. 


55 


2296 


Kane, 


Thomas B. 


144 


710 


Keating, 


Prank P. 


23 


ti79 


Keating, 


Robert H. 


23 


1758 
bOl 


Keeble, 


Alfred J. 


57 


Kelley, 


Daniel J. 


6 


2275 


Kelley, 


Harry R. 


1 


1211 


Kelly, 


Hugh 


27 


2371 


Kelly. 


Timothy E. 


115 


1248 


Kent, 


Frank 


1 


n30 


King, 


Arthur J. 


21 


1800 


King, 


John J. Jr. 


41 


1367 


Kirby, 


William J. 


218 


1555 


Kusmaul , 


Prank R. 


148 


7^0 


Lally, 


Patrick H. 


320 


943 


Lamb, 


Robert S. 


27 


1570 


Langone, 


Jeremiah A. 


36 


1694 


Langone, 


Joseph A. Jr 


190 


67 


Langone, 


Joseph A. 


385 


1979 


LaPlante, 


Henry E. 


31 


406 


Lawler, 


James P. 


65 


616 


Lawrence, 


Frank L. 


460 


311 


LeBarron, 


Alfred C. 


148 


1592 


Lee, 


John M. 


188 


2380 


Lee, 


William H. 


23 


35 


Legg, 


Andrew J. 


21 


1709 


Leonard, 


George 


5 


228? 


Levin, 


Benjamin Jr. 


32 


123 


Lipson, 


William 


97 


1827 


Long, 


John 


31 


^^^} 


Mahoney, 


Edward H. 


269 


866 


Mahoney, 


John A. 


46 


1352 


Mahoney, 


John W. 


64 


1476 


Malcolm, 


William P. 


749 


779 


Maloney, 


John 


2 


2130 


Maloon, 


Horace A. 


7 


1116 


Marques, 


Anthony P. 


1 


2212 


Maxwell, 


Benjamin 


139 


1234 


Mayer, 


William 


^^ 


1945 


Minkle, 


John A. 


184 



contd. 

E. Brookline st., 
Washington st. , 
Isabella st. , 
Temple st. , Som. , 
Concord av., Camb. , 
Heath st. , Som. , 
Heath st. , Som. , 
Dudley st., Roxbury, 
Windermere rd. , 
Windermere rd., 
Pearson av., Som., 
Belfort St. , D. D. , 
Bulfinch St., 
Falmouth st. , 
Warwick st., 
Bulfinch St., 
Cleveland st., H. P., 
Mt. Everett st. , 
Columbus av. , 
Orange st. , W. R. , 
Clyde St., Brookline, 
Gray st. , 

Mt. Vernon st., C. D. , 
North St., 
Hanover st., 
Clarence st., Rox. , 
Child St., J. P., 
Essex st, , SaugUB, 
Hemenway st., 
Mystic av. , Som. , 
Locust St., Reading, 
Elm Hill av, Roxbury, 
Howard pi., Roxbury, 
Havelock st. , D. D. , 
Centennial av.. Revere, 
Holiday st. , D. D. , 
Bowen st., 
Monadnock st. , 
V/illiams av. , H. P. , 
Centre st., J. P., 
North av,, Brookline, 
Milford St., 
Bulfinch St., 
Fairweather st. , Camb., 
Conant st., Roxbury, 
Thatcher st., Milton, 



893 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY , JULY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivera' Licenses Granted - contd. 



2106 Molakey, 

76 ilolway, 

1727 Morris, 

812 Morrison, 

2143 Morrison, 

1819 Morse, 

935 Morse, 

403 Moses, 

2383 Mossraan, 

1994 Moylan, 

1645 Muldoon, 

2347 Mulmat, 

281 Murphy, 

563 Murphy, 

2283 Murphy, 

2273 Murj»hy, 

549 Murphy, 

2381 Murray, 

927 McAuliffe, 

1662 McCarey, 

2417 McCarron, 

2391 McCarthy, 

033 McDermott, 

118 McDevitt, 

872 McDonald, 

181 McDonough, 

xo McGahey, 

198 McKenna, 

907 MacKinnon, 

475 McKusick, 

668 McLennan, 

1022 MacLeod, 

2015 McManus, 

1135 Nee, 

138 Newman, 

556 Nichols, 

1577 Nickerson, 

525 Nix, 

1981 Noonan, 

1256 Noyes, 

2386 Nutile, 

214 Nutile, 

686 O'Brien, 

2084 O'Brien, 



James H. 

Alphonse 

Nicholas J. Jr. 

Fred C. 

Russell H. 

Jacob 

Robert M. 

John W. 

Robert C. 

Bernard T. 

John F. 

Max 

Cornelius 

Cornelius P. 

Edward P. 

Jeremiah J. 

Maurice J. 

Thomas F. 

Timot>iy H. 

Henry J. 

John 

Michael J, 

Arthur F. 

Daniel J, 

William J. 35 

James J. 103/ 

Joseph M. 2 

Richard H. 43 

Hector D. 133 

Guy R. 17 

George E. 335 

Norman ^iQ 

James E, I15 

Martin J. 12 

Charles I9I 

Edward F. 158 

Walter F. 30 

Albert C. 672 

Robert A. 7 

Horace E. 159 

Antonio 1 

Patrick 1 

James 57 

John J. 7 



2 Sumner pi., Roxbury, 
329 Wood av., H. P., 
26 Watt St., Maiden, 



80 

73 

49 
1125 

30 
165 
128 

18 

107 

7 
23 

9 

558 

''I 

13 
21 



Highland av. 
Warwick st. , 
Copeland st. 
Commonwealth 
Chelsea st. , 
Brookline at.. 



Som. , 
Roxbury, 

Roxbury, 
av. , 

C. D. , 
Camb . , 



Walnut av.. Revere, 
Bellflower st., D. D. 
Waumbeck st., Rox. , 
Lawrence st, , C. D. , 
Howes St. , D. D. , 



Cunard st. 
Dorchester 
Dorchester 
Porter at. 
E. Brookline 
Hillside at., 



Roxbury, 
av. , 

St. , 

J. P., 

St.. 

Roxbury, 



Church St., Woburn, 
Brook av., Roxbury, 
Pequosaett st.Watertown 



1 Puritan av. , D. 
Hawthorne st.. 



Rox. 



Tremont st. , wox. , 
Roseclair st,, D. D. , 
White pi., Brookline, 
Peterborough at., 
Boston st. , Som. , 
Seaver st., Roxbury, 
Columbus av. , 
Warwick st., Roxbury, 
Isabella st., 
W. Springfield st. , 
St. Botolph St. , 
Birch St., Everett, 
Tremont st. , 
Blackwood st., 
W. Brookline St., 
"A" Garden Court St., 
"A" Garden Cvourt st. , 
Harbor View st. , 
Dahlgren St., 



894 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1569 


O'Brien, 


John J. 


11 


Boynton st., 


47 


O'Brien, 


Thomas 


181 


Erie st,, Cambridgeport 


1095 


O'Donnell, 


James W. 


141 


Redlands rd., 


910 


O'Keefe, 


James 


70 


E. Brookline st.. 


505 


0' Lai or, 


John J, Jr. 


49 


St. Germain st. , 


1433 


O'Neil, 


Francis J. 


31 


Leon St., Roxbury, 


3 


O'Neil, 


Hugh J. 


8 


Cleveland av . , B. D. , 


417 
1188 


O'Neill, 


peter J. 


61 


Binney st., Roxbury, 


Page, 


Frank J. 


32 


Mt. Pleasant st., Som. , 


1091 


Patterson, 


James A. 


5 


Falmouth st. , 


2201 


Peatfield, 


Harry L. 


687 Washington St., D. D. , 


1270 


Pick, 


Stanley A. 


30 


Chelsea st. , C. D. , 


670 


Pinlcham, 


Henry J. 


54 


Astor St., 


420 


Powers, 


Joseph L. 


503 


E. Third st.. 


1636 


Preston, 


Leroy W. 


60 


Batavia st.. 


1633 


(Jui nn. 


Michael A. 


50 


Batavia st., 


816 


Reader, 


George D. 


274 


Massachusetts av.. 


2170 


Re illy. 


Lawrence W. 


42 


Juniper st. , 


2369 
1802 


Reynolds, 


Robert F. 


6 


Hubert st. , Roxbury, 


Riley, 


John J. 


21 


Withington st.. 


1127 


Ritterbush, 


Edward M. 


44 


St. Germain st. , 


1909 


Roach, 


Garrett D. 


3f 


Adelaide st.. 


2397 


Ro"bison, 


Charles J. 


46 


May hew st. , 


1124 


Rogan, 


James 


47 


Sherman st., 


909 


Rubinstein, 


Harry 


20 


Albion St., 


2098 


Rusao, 


Frank F. 


26 


Levant st., 


1742 


Sampson, 


Irving 


97 


Harwood st. , 


1653 


Sargent, 


Dana E. Jr. 


14 Eldridge rd., J. P., 


1480 


Scanlon, 


James W. 


265 


E St., 


1431 


Scararaella, 


Nicolas 


39 


Orleans St., 


2153 


Schloasberg, 


Joseph 


115 


Elmo St., 


165 


Segool, 


Harry L. 


59 


Deering rd. , 


1374 


Shane, 


Samuel 


219 


Chambers st.. 


1759 


Shaw, 


James S. 


52 


Dundee st. , 


982 


Shea, 


Jeremiah 


221 


Harvard st., Carnb. , 


1193 


Sheridan, 


John P. 


1 


Burney st. , Roxbury, 


1274 


Shiels, 


William 


104 


Norway st. , 


1842 


Shilliday, 


James B. 


104 


Pembroke st., 


1478 


Shinick, 


John J. 


14 


Gates St., 


1167 


Skelskio, 


Lewis 


22 


Follen St., 


2121 


Slamin, 


Cornelius R. 


30 


St. Germain st., 


1949 


Smi th, 


Robert 


22 


Leyland at.. 


1428 


Spears, 


Gordon R. 


15 


Belvidere st. , 


1946 


Spillane, 


George F. 


70 


Everett st., Everett, 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1919. 



Contd. 



895 



Hackney 


Carriage Drivers' Licensea 


Granted - 


- concluded. 


333 


Stanley, 


James A. 


2 


Virginia st., Roxbury, 


1370 


Staples, 


Walter W. 


'11 


Essex St., Cliftondale, 


1869 


Stevens, 


Earle D. 


Percival st. , D. D. , 


1989 


Stevens, 


James P. 


1125 


Harrison av,, Roxbury, 


712 


Stoddard, 


George F. 


55 Hemenway st. , 


871 


Strout, 


Thomas U. 


45 


Peterborough st.. 


61 


Sullivan, 


John B. 


130 


Dor Giles ter st., 


427 


Sullivan, 


John J. 


25 


Cedar st., Camb. , 


601 


Sullivan, 


Michael J. 


480 


Columbus av. , 


145 


Sull ivan. 


Patrick 


774 


Columbus av, , 


1090 


Sullivan, 


Patrick J. 


10 


Allston St. , C. D. , 


49 


Talbot, 


John J. 


133 


Charles st. , 


431 


Taylor, 


Edward G. 


90 


Preble st.. 


1657 


Thatcher, 


Charles E. 


25 


Bickerstaff st. , 


2250 


Thompson, 


John E. 


27 


Geneva av. , 


282 


Thompson, 


Robert E. 


868 


Watertown st., W.Newton 


1438 


Trischitta, 


Santo J. 


15 


Batavia st.. 


1119 


Tully, 


James J. 


^i? 


W. Concord st., 


639 


Van Rose, 


Charles M. 


186 


Eustie St., Roxbury, 


2091 


Vecchry, 


Mack A. 


73 Empire st., B. D. , 


2231 


Venezia, 


Eugene J. 


15 Rock Valley av. Everett, 


2162 


Vernon, 


Edward C. 


4 


Dunkeld st., Roxbury, 


888 


Volk. 


Carl 0. 


146 


Worcester st., 


1883 


Walsh, 


George J. 


31 


^ueensberry st., 


1357 


Walsh, 


Matthew U. 


144 


Athens st. , 


515 


Ward, 


Michael J. 


3 


High St., Milton, 


1111 


Webb, 


George 


20 


Copeland st., Roxbury, 


2008 


Webster, 


Frederick A. 


127 


Pembroke st.. 


1069 


Weidner, 


Ernest A. 


25 Withington st., D. D. , 


512 


Wheldon, 


John E. 


46 


Burrell St., Roxbury, 


2176 


Willis, 


Samuel J. 


11 


Norfolk St., Roxbury, 


696 


Winger sky, 


Louis 


31 


Hancock st., D. D. , 


788 


Wright, 


Samuel R. 


3 


Vinson st. , D. D. , 


1178 


Youngson, 


William 


91 


cedar st. , Roxbury, 


1097 


Zitzow, 


Harris 


726 


E. Third st. 



-^i f«j^a«>~- li, i^«o. p. 4i(>, ~Xft. -^"J- 



896 



BOS Ton. Y/EDNESDAY, JULY 2, I9I9. 



Contd. 



The application of George G. Atkinson for five licenses 
#02109A, 02109B, 02109c, 02109D and 02109E to set up and use 
Hackney Carriages in a garage at 17 Clarendon street was granted 
for the year ending June 30, I920. 



The applications|of George G. Atkinson for special stands 
for five Hackney Carriages were granted :- 



02109A 
02109B 
02109c 
02109D 
O2IO9E 



Tremont st. in front of Hotel Arlington, 

H H tl H 11 II H 

Chandler •• " " " •• •• 

M H H II It n n 



The application of Hyman Butter for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from l62 Dorchester avenue to 274 
Commercial street was rejected. 



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

Caldwell's Band, consisting of fifty musicians, by Herbert R. 
Morse, 51 Hastings street, West Roxbury, - to parade with the 
members of West Roxbury Celebrations Committee at the reception to 
returned soldiers on Friday, July 4, current, from 9 a. m. to 10. 30 
a. m. 

Route: Form on 
Corey, Montview, Mt. 
avenue, Park street. 
Park street. Oriole, 
Billings Field. 

Rollin's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by F. 
Parker, 10 Rawston road, - to parade with the children of the 
Metropolitan Hill District, to have a July 4th celebration on 
Friday, July 4, current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: Form on Metrojiolitan avenue near Poplar street thence 
via Metropolitan avenue to Augustus avenue, Vista, Malverna and 
Ethel streets to Summit Street Grounds. 



Corey street near Highland Station, thence via 
Vernon, Centre and Bellevue streets, March 
Clement avenue, Stratford street, Anawan avenue 
Bellevue, Maxfield and LaGrange streets to 



H. 



BOSTOIT, WEDUESDAY, JULY 2, 191^. 



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, 1920. 



Bennett. 
Bond, 

Brennan, 

Gerrig, 

Hunter, 



Isaacs, 
Martin, 



Tobinsky, 
Cotton, 



Percy E. 43 Whitney rd., Quincy, 
approved "by Alfred W. Bennett, 127 Treraont st 
William J. 38 Montebello rd. , J. P., 
approved by F. W. Chase, Assistant Cashier, 

Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 
Walter H. 29 Franklin av. Swamps cott, 
approved by F. B. Butts, Assistant Cashier, 

Webster & Atlas National Bank of Boston, 
Oscar 125 Arlington st., Chelsea, 

approved by E. L. Keefer, Agent, Boston & 

Albany Railroad, 
Harry H. 181 Cedar av., Arlington 
Heights, approved by Walworth Pierce, Vice 
President, S. S. Pierce Company, 
Irving A. 20 Waumbeck St., Roxbury, 
Stuart F. 1873 Columbus av. , 
approved by Robert P. Butler, Income Tax 

Collector, 40 Court St., 
Daniel 40 Woodcliffe st. , Rox. , 

approved by John Osborne, Manager, Beacon 

Theatre, 
Fred S. 83 Court st. Newtonville, 

approved by Charles E. Adams, Manager, 
Belding Bros.' & Company. 



The application of William Maclnnia, 268 Brookline 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was rejected. 



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



Singleton, 
Adams , 
Frank il, 
Levitt, 



Charles H. 
Levi W. 
Samuel 
Solomor 



& 






} 



as Adams Sc Singleton, 
36 Bromfield st., 
as Atlantic Bag & Burlap Co 
112 Beverly st.. 



897. 



898 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles Granted - concluded. 

Dreayer Broa. Inc., 
Hanover st., 
Washington st. , 
Guild row, 

Washington st.Room 510, 
Court St. , 

Winter st., 
Bennington st., 
Washington at.. 
Rand & Crane, 
Park St. , 
Saratoga st., 
Tremont st. , 

Washington St., 
Washington st. 



ureayer. 




Samuel & Ben 


jamm as 










11 


Freedman, 




Louis 




260 


Guertin, 




Israel 




26 


Goldwasser 


1 


David 




373 


Harrington & Fo 


Bsman ) 
Harrington J 




59 


by Luther T. 






Honer, 




George E. 




45 


Leibovitz, 




Max 




1^1 


Norling & 


Bloom 


Company 




387 


Rand, 




Wallace &) 
William f 




as 


Crane, 






6 


Saperia, 




Myer 




1009 


Smith, 




George E. Co 


■\ 


101 


George E. 


Smith, Treasurer. 




Snyder, 




Harry 




2180 


Van Dam, 




Henry 




299 



On the application of the Union Wool Company by D. 
Staunton, General Manager, Timothy C. Collins was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #235 
Heath street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of the Boston & Albany Railroad by 
E. L. Keefer, Agent, Oscar Gerrig was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises of said railroad located 
in the East Boston District for the year ending March 31, I92O. 



On the application of A. L. Wolffe, Manager, Fred E. 
Hanscom was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Nickelodeon Theatre located at 51 Hanover 
street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



BOSTON, VilEDKESDAY, JULY 2, I919. 



Contd. 



On the application of Alden Peterson, Manager, Thomas H. 
Kneeland was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the St. James Theatre located at 239 
Huntington avenue for the year ending liarch 31 , 1920. 



899 



On the application of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Rail-way Company by A. E. Myers, Superintendent, licenses were 
granted to the following named persons as conductors and motormen 
in the employ of said company:- 



39 


Collins, 


Henry M. 


Conductor, 


465 


Gitter, 


Samuel 


If 


275 


Holoway, 


percie U. 


n 


537 


Johnson, 


James F. 


n 


461 


Kearney, 


Walter E. 


« 


477 


Mendoza, 


Judah 


H 


25 


Noonan, 


John F. Jr. 


H 


417 


Parsons, 


James 


tl 


201 


Rubin, 


Maurice H. 


N 


*33 


Sullivan, 


Eugene 


W 


532 

164 


Belins, 


Herbert A. 


Motorraan, 


Dick, 


Theodore A. 


M 


52 


Skarne, 


Edward 


N 



Notice having been received from the Eastern Massachusetts 
Street Railway Company by A. E. Myers, Superintendent, that the 
following named persons are no longer in its employ, the licenses 
granted to said persons were cancelled:- 



475 Tagerman, 
477 Seltzer, 
201 McDonald, 



W. 

Louis J. 
George H. 



Conductor, 

n 



The application of Patrolman Thomas Sullivan of Division 9 
for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Joseph H, Doherty, a deserter from the United States Army 
was granted. 



900 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, I919. 



Concludec 



The application of Patrolman George W. A. Dawson of 
Division 5 for permission for the officers of his division to make 
voluntary contributions to assist Patrolman Joseph J. Cadigan of 
Division 5, who has been ill since June 16, current, 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: - 



Carbone Inc. 

Goldberg, 

Ladinsky, 

Levine, 

Spinale, 



Charles 
Israel 
Bernard M. 
Carmelo 



342 Boylston st. , 
325 Tremont st. , 
103 Chelsea st., 
110 South St. , 
s. w. cor. Franklin st. 



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, 
Daniel J. Fraser, 
Samuel C. Hutohins, 
Michael J. Shea, 



Div. 


4. 


6 days, 


N 


5, 


6 " 


n 


9. 


6 " 


H 


15. 


7 •' 



26.30 
26.30 
26.30 
30.68 



1 109.58 



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



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 
Attest: 



$51,766.71 

626.09 

501.49 

199.42 

63.85 

$53,157.56 




Chief CI 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMUISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, July 3, 1919. 



901 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved ;- 

Charles Frohraan and Williaia Harris by Charles J. Rich, Manager, 
.- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Colonial Theatre located at 
100-106 Boylston street. 

Charles Frohman, Rich and Harris by Charles J. Rich, Manager, 
- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Hollis Street Theatre 
located at 12 Hollis street. 

Keith's Bijou Theatre by John P. Gorman, Treasurer, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Bijou Theatre located at ^^^ 
Washington street. 

Keith's Boston Theatre Company by John P. Gorman, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Boston Theatre located at 539 
Washington street. 

B. F. Keith Theatre Company of. Boston by John P. Gorman, 
Treasurer, - to have theatrical exhibitions in B. F. Keith's Theatre 
located at ^A7 Washington street. 

Star Amusement Company by William S. Rollins, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Star Theatre located at ^-7 Tremont row. 



The application of Louis A, Hirshberg for an Auctioneer's 
License at 258 Meridian street was granted for the year ending 
December 31, 1919. 



902 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers* Licenses were granted for the year 
ending June 30, 1920. 



2421 Downs, 

97 Fallon, 
2420 Hami)ro, 



Ar thur 
Stephen T. 
Harry M. 



120 Huntington av. , 

56 Willow St. , W. R., 
440 Warren st., Roxbury. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



52,866 Day, John J. 

130,977 Downs, Arthur 

144,063 Fallon, Stephen T. 

149,786 Hambro, Harry M. 



in a garage at 

« M M •• 



628 E. Fourth St., 
2 "A" St.Botolph St. 
1766 Centre st. (rear) 
416 Warren st. , Rox. 



The application of John J. Day for a special stand for 
his Hackney Carriage License #52,866 in front of 705 Broadway was 
granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, I92O. 



Anderson, 
Betts, 
Fraser, 
Horneman, 



William M. 
approved by W. 

William A. 
approved by A. 

facturer 
Jajaes 
approved by J. 

Federal 
Fred H. 
approved by A 



196 Adams St., Maiden, 
E. Hurley, Acting Postmaster, 

Boston, 
229 Eliot St., Milton, 
M. Williams, Treasurer, Manu- 
3' Warehouse Company, 

4 Dale st. , Roxbury, 
M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 
Reserve Bank of Boston, 
1 Rowes Wharf, 
W. Hoitt, Blake Electric 

Manufacturing Company. 



903 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Jackson, 
McKee , 
Reinfuss, 
Smith, 



McAuley, 

McManus, 



Tobinsky, 



John B. 
Alonzo 
Charles 
Ernest H. N. 
approved by C. 



19 Kenney st., Roxbury, 
3^3 Soraerville av., Soni. , 
511 E. Seventh st. , 
21 Hart St., Brookline, 
W, Robie, General Manager, 
American Railway Express Company, 
John I 14 Fifield st., 
Thomas H.f 43 Fenwood rd., 
approved by W. V. Fletcher, Superintendent, 

Paine Furniture Company, 
Samuel ■ 9S Mountfort st. 



The applications of the following named persons, approved 
by J. B. Reis, Chief Operator, Western Union Telegraph Company, for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted until July 7, 1919:- 



Hains, 

Lothrop, 

Nicoll, 

Ryder, 

Stickney, 



George D. 
Harris H. 
Charles T. 
Everett R. 
Henry E. 



46 Hillsdale rd., W. Som. , 

47 Lee St., Cambridge, 
112 Fayerweather st. Camb., 

46 Hillsdale rd. , W. Som., 
103 North St., W. Som. 



The application of James A. Watson, 38 Thornton street, 
for a Collective Musicians' License for the Roxbury celebration 
committee to parade on Friday, July 4, current, at 8,30 a. m. , 
was granted. 

Route: From Francis street and Huntington avenue to Tremont, 
Ruggles, Washington, Warren and Dudley streets, Blue Hill avenue, 
Clifford, Warren, Dale, Washington, Cedar and Centre streets, Eliot 
square and Roxbury street to Guild row. 



904 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 3, I919. 



Contd. 



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

Norman T. Fallon, 
Jeremiah O'Brien. 



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: - 



Bently, 
Chadwick, 
Flanagan, 
Hatch, 



Robert L. 
Simeon J. 
William J. 
J. G. 



Parker Masters Co. Inc. 



Protopapas, 

Stanton, 



Trasivoulos 
Thomas E. & Co. 



1657 "A" Blue Hill av. , 
1155 Blue Hill av., 
290 ^Washington st. , 

34 Faneuil Hall sq., 
479 Blue Hill av., 
411 Geneva av. , 
1 Chatham st. 



The application of Patrolman Stephen K. Higgins of Divi- 
sion 2 for permission to accept a reward of One Hundred Fifty (IJO) 
Dollars from the Automobile Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecti- 
cutt, for the recovery of the automobile of liable C. Mills which 
was stolen from the Boulevard Garage on November 18, 1919. ^y 
George H. Allen, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Gardner M. Davis of 
Division 10 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commenc- 
ing July 3» current, on account of the death of his sister at 
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia was granted without pay. 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1919. 



Concluded. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains Jeremiah F. Gallivan, 
Robert E. Grant and Perley S. Skill ings, be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of I906 
to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred to it 
for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter 
appointed. 



905 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain Clinton 
E. Bowley of Division 1? against Patrolman Lyman Johnson of 
Division 17 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains Jeremiah F, Gallivan, Robert E. Grant 
and Perley S. Skillings. The hearing will be held at this office 
Monday, July 7. current, at 2.15 P« ni. 



Attest: 




906 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Friday, July 4, 1919. 



Independence Day, and a legal holiday. 



907 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, July 5. 1919. 



There was no executive session held today. 



908 



OFFICE OF TE2 POLICE COMMISSI OKER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, July 7, l^iy. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The following named persons were employed as clerics in 
the Chief Clerk's Office for tl-ie probationary term of six months 
with pay at the rate of Seven Hundred (700) Dollars per annum, 
commencing July 7, 1919^ 

Joseph H. Farrell, 
Joseph E. Stone. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 192C, were forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor approved: - 

Beacon Theatre, Incorporated, by Jacob Lourie, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Beacon Theatre located at 47 Tremont street. 

Cobb Theatre Company by Charles E. McLean, President, - to have 
exhibiticr.fi of moving pictures in the Cobb Theatre located at IOO9 
Washington street. 

Copley Amusement Company by H. W. Pattee, Treasurer, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Copley Theatre located at 186 Dart- 
mouth street. 

Egleston Amusement Company by Frank D. Llttlefield, Treasurer, 
- to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertain- 
ments in the Egleston Theatre located at 2093 Washington street. 

Fred Green and Annie Eilenberg - to have exhibitions of moving 
pictures and vaudeville entertainments in the Niagara Theatre 
located at 320 "A" Blue Hill avenue. 

Bessie Greenburg, Owner, - to have exhibitions of moving 
pictures and vaudeville entertainments in the Gem Theatre located 
at 52 Meridian street. 



909 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7, 19^9. Contd. 



Amusement Appna. forwarded approved - concluded. 

Hamilton Theatre Company by Michael J. Lydon, President, - 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Hamilton Theatre located at 2^6 Bowdoir. street, Dorchester. 

Grand Opera House Company by Arthur L. Griffin, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Grand Opera House located at 
1172 Washington street. 

George E. Lothrop - to have theatrical exhibitions in the 
Howard Athenaeum located at 2,4- Howard street. 

Modern Theatre, Incorporated, by James Solomons, President, - 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Modern Theatre located at 523*525 Washington street. 

Mohawk Amusement Company by Michael J. Lydon, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Olympia Theatre located at 429 Broadway. 

John V. Rock - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Ideal Theatre located at 530 
Dudley street. 

Shawmut Theatre Company by Jacob Lourie, President, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Shawmut Theatre located at 3^2 Blue 
Hill avenue. 

South End Amusement Company by Charles H. Ballard, President, - 
to have ex}iibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Puritan Theatre located at 174-1 V/ashington street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



330 


Farley, 


George F. 


186 Bowen st. , 


2423 


Hanrahan, 


Edward J. 


5 Flint pi.. 


2424 


Hersey, 


Waldon B. 


35 Beaumont st. , 


2422 


Langone, 


Frank A. 


145 Endicott st. , 


2425 


0' Mai ley, 


Austin G. 


9 Temple st. 



The application of Joseph Wolpert, 46 Poplar street, for 
Hackney Carriage Driver's License was rejected. 



910 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7. 1919. 



Contd. 



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

The following named pcrsone are hereby appointed Patrolmen, to 
take effect Monday, July 7, 1919* at 12 o'clock, noon, and they are aa- 
Bigned as herein specified: 



KAlfiS 



TO DIV. 



Bartlett 

Boyd 

Buckley 

Burke 

Bvirna 

Cadigan 

Callanan 

Carroll 

Casey 

Cohen 

Conroy 

Corhett 

Cronln 

Crowley 

Curry 

Dei tech 

Devlin 

Devlin 

Dionne 

Doherty 

Doucette 

Driscoll 

Fallon 

Parley 

Gibbons 

Goggin 

Greeley 



Frederick W. 



F. 



Bartholo 
Jeremiah J. 
Prank J. 
John J. 
John J. 
John A. 
Bdward C> 
John J. 
Louis 
John M* 
William B. 
Francis G. 
George S. 
Robert J. 
Smil B. 
Charles M. 
George H. 
Henry H. 
Paul L. 
Walter R. 
John J. 
Patrick A* 
Robert B. 
Thomas J. 
Maurice J. 
John p. 
John 

Wheeler, 



NAUB 



Hughs on 

Hurley 

Xelleher 

Lane 

Lannon 

Mahoney 

Maloney 

Manning 

Merrigsui 

Michelson 

Murphy 

Murphy 

Murphy 

McCoole 

McCulloch 

McDonagh 

McGovem 

McGreevey 



Caleb W. 
Michael D« 
Bdward M. 
Walter M* 
Michael J. 
Daniel B. 
Jeremiah P. 
William D. 
Bdward J. 
Fred B. 
Denis W. 
John J. 
Patrick J. 
James H. 
Joseph A* 
Henry 
Matthew J. 
John B. 



McLaughlin John J. 
McLoughlin Michael IC* 



McNamara 

O'Brien 

O'Brien 

O'Connor 

O'Hare 

Sheehan 

Stanton 

Sullivan 



John T« 
Dennis J* 
William J. 
Bdward P. 
Thomas A. 
John J., Jr. 
Thomas P. 
Michael J. 



TO DIV. 

14 
11 

15 

1 

18 
10 

6 
12 

9 

17 
15 

7 

4 
16 
13 

10 



Frederick J., to Dlv. 14. 



BOSTON. MONDAY, JULY 7, 191^. 



Contd. 



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

General Order Ko. 88, dated June 19, 1919, is hereby 
revoked, revocation to take effect at 8.00 a. m. , Thursday, July 
10, 1919. and on that date the Department will resume its usual 
routine in every respect, Vacations will again commence on 
Thursday, July 10, 1919, and proceed as follows :- 



10 th and end at same time July 24 



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It is especially requested by the Commissioner that the 
contents of this order be considered as confidential in t>ie interest? 
of the public good. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Edward J. Merrigan of 
Division 12 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Monday, July 7, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



912 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



149,469 Langone, Frank A. 
104,115 O'Malley, Austin G. 



in a garage at 

II n n H 



119 Portland st., 
24 Chardon st. 



On infornation filed by Captain Forrest F. Hall of 
Division 14 that Bennie Klayman, a licensed Junk collector, is not 
a resident of the City of Boston, the Junk Collector's License 
granted to the said Bennie Klayman, 8 Lawrence street, Brighton, 
on May 12, 1919i was revoked. 



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

Central Falls Brass Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, 
by William E. MacDougall, 17 Glenwood street, - to parade with the 
Orangemen of iiassachusetts on Saturday, July 12, current, at 8.3O 
a. m. 

Route: Form at the corner of Treraont and Appleton streets 
thence via Tremont street to Boylston, Washington and Summer 
streets to the South Station. 

Commonwealth Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Fred C. 
Spaulding, 47 Hanover street, - to play at an overflow meeting 
held by the League for the Preservation of American Independence 
on Tuesday, July 8, current, from 8 to 10. 30 p. m. 



The application of William B. Watts, Old South Building, 
to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year 
ending July 7, I920. 



BOSTON. MONDAY, JULY 7. 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Browning, 
Howe, 
Lahey, 
Murphy , 
Reagan, 



Carter, 

Harvey, 

Hlggins, 

Kruger, 

Musgrave, 

Neal , 

peers. 



T. 
E. 



William 
Charles 
John E. 
Charles G. 
Cornelius F. 
approved by B. 



Edward H. 
approved by 

William T. 
approved by 



91; 



7 Sumner pk. , D. D. , 
140 Savin Hill av., 
170 St. Botolph St. , 
239 Safford st., Wollaston, 
205 E. Cottage St. , 
D. Blaisdell, Cashier, First 
National Bank, 

34 St. Germain st. , 
Mrs. %'illiam H. Sands, 322 Common- 
wealth av . , 
54 Harvard st. , C. D. , 
R. H. Nichols, Assistant Treasure? 
Commonwealth Trust Company, 
James F. 1011 Massachusetts av., Arling 

ton, approved by A. E. Smith, Assistant Treas. 

Boston Publishing Company, 
Louis R. 112 Salem st.. Maiden, 

approved by H. H. Ghmielinski, V. Pres., 

Hanover Trust Company, 
William J. 354 Congress st., 
approved by Clifford T. Warren, Secretary, W. 

H. McElwain Company, 
Charles M. 
approved by 

Joseph H. 
approved by 



207 Walnut av.. Revere, 

E, E. Mitchell, Agent, Eastern 



£. L. 



Petitti, 
Rood, 
Shea, 
Tierney , 



Nicholas 
Luther C. 
John T. Jr. 
William J. 
approved by J. W. 



Steaniship Company, Inc., 

125 Webster st., E. B. , 
Keefer, Agent, Boston & 
Albany Railroad, 
8 Arcadia st. , D. D. , 

434 Washington st., D. D. 

696 Sixth St., 

364 Main st. , Medford, 
Brophy, Boston & Yarmouth 
Steamship Co. Ltd. 



914 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of J. H. Brennan, Manager, Joseph 
Doherty was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of Loew's New Columbia Theatre located at 978 
Washington street for the year ending March 31, I92O. 



On the application of the Commonwealth Trust Company by 
R. H. Nichols, Assistant Treasurer, William T. Harvey was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of said 
company located at 88 Summer street for the year ending March 3I, 
1920. 



On the application of the Nantasket Beach Steamboat 
Company by Frederic L. Lane, Treasurer, Joseph V/. Hilton 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 
company in Boston Harbor for the yearlending March 3I, I92O, 



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



Collins, 
Gerrig, 



Timothy C. 
Oscar 



Hans com, 
Kneeland, 



Fred E. 
Thomas H. 



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, motorfljen and 
starters in the employ of said company :- 



356 Childs, 
1283 Curley, 



George IL 
John H. 



Conductor, 
It 



915 



BOSTON, UOITLAY, JULY 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licensee Granted - concluded. 



2393 


Day, 


LeRoy R. 


Conductor, 


2571 


Donohue, 


Jeremiah J. Jr. 


H 


2141 


English, 


Harold L. 


n 


047 


Gilligan, 


Patrick P. 


H 


357 


Hall, 


Victor M. 


N 


057 


Kenny , 


Peter J. 


n 


022 


MclTamara, 


Patrick 


n 


051 


McCarthy, 


Dennis F. 


li 


058 


McGowan, 


Patrick J. 


n 


014 


Nugent, 


John T. 


H 


358 


Pike, 


Howard 


N 


360 


Rose, 


Joseph D. 


H 


1028 


Ryder, 


John E. 


N 


042 


Sparkes, 


Emery F. 


M 


07 


Sweeney, 


Edward T. 


n 


067 


White, 


Peter 


H 


3209 


Bourdeau, 


Philias P. 


Mo to man, 


356 


Childs, 


George W. 


n 


3137 


Downing, 


Michael 


H 


357 


Hall, 


Victor M. 


« 


^73 


MacNeil, 


Walter J. 


n 


358 


Pike, 


Howard 


tt 


360 


Rose, 


Joseph D. 


H 


356 


Childs, 


George W. 


starter. 


357 


Hall, 


Victor M. 


n 


^73 


MacNeil, 


Walter J. 


If 


358 


Pike, 


Howard 


H 


360 


Rose, 


Joseph D. 


M 



The application of Clarence E. Hayes, 376 V/ashington 
Dorchester, for a license #027857 to operate a Sight- 
was granted until March 1, 1920. 



street, 

Seeing Automobile 



916 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Inc. by 
W. J. Smith, President, for a license #151,4-02 to set up and use a 
Sight-Seeing Automobile in a garage at 2 "A" St. Botolph street 
was granted until March 1, 1^20. 



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



128,162 Pilgrim Sight-Seeing Co. Inc.) Tremont st. n.e.cor. of 

Joseph August, Treasurer, JBoylston st. from 8.30 a. m. 

to 5*30 p. ni. 
151,402 The Royal Blue Line Co, Inc.) Arlington st. north of 

W. J. Smith, President,) Channing Monument, Stand #2, 

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



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

Patrolman Louis W. Archer of Division 1, one day, commencing 
July 6, current, to get married. 

Patrolman Joseph A. Verkampen of Division 1, four days, com- 
mencing July 4, current, on account of the death of his brother. 



917 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 7, 1919. 



Concluded, 



The application of Patrolman Thomas P. Landrigan of 
Division 15 for permission to accept a reward of Fifteen (1?) 
Dollars for the arrest of John P. Connolly, a deserter from the 
United States Navy, was granted. 



Attest: 



ief Cl^y^j^^ 



Ch 



918 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, July 8, I919. 



Police Conmlseioner 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 :- 

The resignation of Patrolrnan John L. Sullivan of 
Division 6 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Tuesday, July 8, 1919, at ?.45 o'clock, P. M. 



A requisi 
for the names of el 
position of working 
pay at the rate of 
have a thorough pra 
particularly of Whi 
Motorcycles, Electr 
He must also unders 
tubes. 



tion was made on the Civil Service Commission 
igible persons to fill one vacancy in the 

superintendent of the Auto Repair Shop with 
Two Thousand (2000) Dollars per annum. He must 
ctical knowledge of automobiles in general, and 
te Trucks, G. M. C. Trucks, Ford Cars, Indian 
ic Vehicles and Electric Batteries of all kinds, 
tand vulcanizing automobile shoes and inner 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved:- 

William W. Clarke - to have theatrical exhibitions in the 
Strand Theatre located at 175 Huntington avenue. 

Egleston Amusement Company by Frank D. Littlefield, Treasurer, 
jo have exhibitions of moving pictures in the Everett Square 
Theatre located at l^-l? Fairmount avenue, Hyde Park. 

George E. Lothrop - to have theatrical exhibitions in the 
Bowdoin Square Theatre located at 179-I87 Court street. 

Trustees of the First Spiritual Temple by Marcellus S. Ayer, 
Chairman, - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville 
entertainments in Ayer's Exeter Street Temple located at the 
corner of Exeter and Newbury streets. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



326 Ago, 

2007 Ambrosio, 

553 Apatoff, 

1450 Arcari, 

241 Avery, 

1001 Atkinson, 

144C Atkinson, 

1439 Banwart, 

1940 Barnett, 

2255 Barrett, 

459 Barry, 

1741 Bates, 

1554- Bell, 

1395 Belle Isle, 

2297 Bent. 

865 Bernstein, 

1150 Bernstein, 

1575 Berry, 

714 Boles, 

444 Boudwin, 

1156 Boydick, 

1597 Boyle, 

1831 Brady, 

1154 Brill, 

1543 Brodie, 

794 Buckley, 

476 Burke, 

2025 Burlone, 

2029 Burns, 

1781 Butler, 

1^C6 Cain, 

lo4^ Caplan, 

618 Capobianco, 

342 Carey, 

143 Carey, 

1269 Cardio, 

507 Carney, 

2112 Carpenter, 

168 Carroll, 

358 Cassidy, 

1283 Clark, 

805 Clear, 

1757 Cleary. 



Prank H. 
Amilio 
Jacob 
Domini ck 
Holmes B. 
George G. 
George W. 
Alexander 
Oliver S. 
David J. 
John W. 
William L. 
Charles C. 
Rene P.. 
Edson 0. 
Louis 
Ralph 
Warren E. 
John C. 
John J. 
Abe 

John J, 
John A. 
Joseph M. 
ThoraasJ. 
Daniel A. 
John J. 
Dominick 
Robert M. 
Nathaniel 
Michael L. 
Hyman 
Carmino 
William F. 
William H. 
Charles J. 
James J. 
John A. 
Michael J. 
Lawrence T. 
Irving P. 
Albert C. 
Stephen T. 



52 Mansfield St., E. D. , 
165 Cottage St., E. B. , 
18 Greenheys st., Roxbury, 

31 Cooper et. , 

15 Albermarle st. , 
251 Columbus av., 
177 Northampton st., 

60 Bay State rd. , 

80 W. Rutland sq. , 
2002 Washington st., 

33 Worth St., Melrose, 

36 Sidney st. , Som. , 

60 Charles st., D. D. , 
401 Columbus av., 

56 Prospect St., Waltham, 
214 Norwell st. , D. D. , 

5 Grove pk. , 
487 Huntington av., H. P., 
149 Chelsea st., C. D. , 

24 Washburn st. , 

32 Rochester st. , 

9 Lawrence pi., B. D. , 
52 Magazine , St. , Rox. , 

1 Gayhead st., Roxbury, 
26 St. Germain st. , 

4 Oxford ter., 
100 Stoughton St., D. D. , 
71 Dover St. , 

17 Telegraph st., 

82 Ruggles St., Roxbury, 
1 Frothingham av., C. D. , 

50 Lucerne st., D. D. , 
4 Phipps pi. , 
8 Schouler ct., Arlington, 

25 Kulbert st., Roxbury, 

18 Wiget St., 

79 Heath st., Roxbury, 
363 Boylston st. , Erookline, 
29 BurgesB St., Roxbury, 
17 Eldora st. , 
63 Marion st. , 
12 Blackwood St., 
7 Copeland st., Roxbury, 



919 



920 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licensee Granted - contd. 



1117 


Clifford, 


John J. 


19 


Rollins St., 


399 


Coleman, 


Patrick J. 


378 


Warren st., Roxbury, 


741 


Collamore, 


Amos H. 


21 


Ley land st., Roxbury, 


1196 


Collins, 


Frederick B. 


10 


Elmore st., Roxbury, 


8 


Collins, 


John J. 


11 


University rd., Brook 


1032 


Condon, 


Patrick 


210 


Havre st.. 


1833 


Conley, 


Michael G. 


174 


W. Seventh st. , 


605 


Connell, 


William J. 


26 


Belvidere st.. 


1469 


Connolly, 


Altert F. 


22 


Magazine st. , Roxbury 


1700 


Connor, 


Arthur G. 


68 


Clarkeon st. , Dor. , 


292 


Cook, 


Edward W. 


979 


Broadway, Som. , 


1076 


Cooney, 


Matthew J. 


70 


Park av. , Camb. , 


1344 


Corcoran, 


John L. 


15 Pearl av., Winthrop, 


529 


Coughlin, 


Charles L. 


15 Longfellow st. , Dor., 


150 


Coughlin, 


Joseph 


288 


Massachusetts av., 


1108 


Coyle, 


George J. 


353 


Bowdoin St. , Dor. , 


410 


Coyne, 


Martin J. 


41 


Dorset St., 


1393 


Crego, 


Charles H. 


41 


Bickerstaff st. , 


21? 


Cronon, 


Timothy 


619 


Columbus av . , 


340 


Crowley, 


John C. 


20 


Mayfield st. , Dor. , 


1332 


Crowley, 


Joseph P. 


30 


Rand st.. Revere, 


1697 


Cruse, 


John H. 


145 


Fifth St., 


1621 


Cummings, 


Michael 


24 


Belvidere st.. 


944 


Curtin, 


John J. 


137 Haggles St. , 


1121 


Cutter, 


Norman L. 


44 


Dearborn st., Roxbury 


845 


Davis, 


John J. 


187 


St. Eotolph St., 


1186 


Davis, 


Samuel A. 


39 


Marion st., Brookline 


1771 


Day, 


John J. 


705 


Broadway, 


2094 


Desmond, 


Frederick 


97 


Maverick st. , 


829 


Devine, 


Frank L. 


ic8 


Marine rd. , 


1314 


DeYoung, 


Robert J. 


2045 


Columbus av. , 


2161 


Diggins, 


Thomas P. 


398i 


Tremont st. , 


1879 


Dixon, 


Albert E. 


97 


Warren av. , 


2082 


Doerfler, 


Leon C. 


64 


Brownell st., Medford 
Hillsid 


1137 


Doherty, 


Charles R. 


2 


Pearl st. , C. D. , 


7 


Doherty, 


Daniel A. 


12 


Colonial av., D. D. , 


1762 


Dolan, 


John H. 


261 


Heath St. , Roxbury, 


10 


Dolan, 


Thomas J. 


840 


Huntington av. , 


1408 


Doiinsky, 


Alexander 


33 


Creston st., Roxbury, 


2096 


Donovan, 


Dennis R. 


317 


Chelsea st. , E. B. , 


2140 


Dorgan, 


Edmund G. 


632 


E. Third st. , 


32^ 


Dort^ey, 


Henry T. 


82 


So. Huntington av., 


2385 


Dowd, 


Edward J. 


97 


Locus 3t., Winthrop, 


1222. 


Driacoll, 


Edward F. 


45 Brighton av. , 



921 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 8, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1627 


Duffy, 


George L. 


31 


68c 


Dunn, 


Florence J. 


85 


1834 


Elrich, 


Robert H. 


26 


607 


Paherty, 


James P. 


69 


470 


Par re 11 


Francis J. 


45 


2240 


Pasanello, 


Joseph V. 


92 


468 


Peeney, 


Dennis J, 


40 


1366 


Peetham, 


James W. 


1125 


1990 


Pilleul, 


Ernest C, 


27 


955 


Pitzpatrick 


, Robert L. 


6 


483 


Flaherty, 


Charles B. 


60 


2110 


Plannagan, 


Ernest E. 


760 


2359 


Plynn, 


Nicholas J. 


48 


1988 


Prazer, 


Joseph H. 


98 


1153 


Gallagher, 


Patrick J. 


6 


1737 


Gannon, 


Patrick C. 


14 


435 


Gay. 


Clifford D. 


364 


394 


Gilmore, 


Timothy 


39 


1327 
2426 


Glen, 


William 


342 


Goode, 


William J. 


37 


836 


Gooding, 


Herbert B. 


115 


$11 


Gbsling, 


Thomas J, 


64 


786 


Graham, 


William G. 


, 7 


1079 


Grarazow, 


William P. 


893 


233 


Gray. 


Jamea C. 


42 


1304 


Green, 


George H. 


31 


180 


Green, 


Solomon 


119 


1699 


Green, 


Walter E. 


422 


1582 


Green, 


William H. 


85 


798 


Griffin, 


George F. 


§3 


1595 


Griffin, 


Joseph A. 


83 


2028 


Hagerty, 


Jeremiah J. 


140 


2395 


Hagerty, 


Patrick W. 


140 


2195 


Halupka, 


Joseph L. 




1494 


Hands com. 


Eugene 


1829 


3^3 


Hanson, 


Sven 0. 


1115 


708 


Harrington, 


James D. 


383 


267 


Harris, 


Harry K. 


605 


93 


Hartnett, 


William 


36 


2104 


Hawkes, 


James W. 


15 


2360 


Hayea, 


Joseph P. 


2 


2022 


Hegerish, 


Charles E. 


18 



Chester av., Revere, 
B St. , 

Capen st., Dorc>iester, 
Williams St., J. P., 
St. Germain st. , 
Coleman St., Dorchester 
E. Canton st. , 
Harrison av. , 
Holraan st. , B. D. , 
Roseclair st. , D. D. , 
Oak St., Somerville, 
E. Fifth St., 
Pearl St., Brookline, 
Oxford St., Arlington, 
Dillon St. , Roxbury, 
National St., S. B., 
Walnut av, , Roxbury. 
Gray st., 

Cambridge st., B. D. , 
Forbes st. , J. P. , 
Walnut av . , Roxbury, 
W. Canton st. , 
Bishop Bt. , J. P. , 
Four th St., 
Falmouth st., 
Essex St., Cambridge, 
Humboldt av., Rox. , 
Seaver St., 
Chelsea st., 
E. Brookline 
E. Brookline 
W. Third st., 
W. Third st., 
Walpole St., Dover, 
Washington st. , 
Washington st, , 
Columbus av. , 
Putnam av., Carnb., 
Longfellow st., D. D. 
Durham s t . , 
So. Cedar pi. , 
Oregon st. , Roxbury, 



C. D. 
St. , 
St. , 



922 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, I919. 



Contd, 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 

1931 
2368 
2290 
1823 

203 
1326 
1491 
2127 

294 

980 

356 
2090 

322 

2388 
1105 
1532 
2356 

1345 

72 

2017 

425 
1329 

567 

957 

951 
1470 

2005 
2223 

1739 
1534 
1863 
2261 

13 

787 
2067 

863 
1878 
2117 
1130 
1589 

1144 

1353 
976 



Henderson, 


George 


15 


Hancock st. , 


Hennessey, 


Charles L. 


84 


Staniford st., 


Hennessey, 


James J. 


164 


L St. , 


Heyman, 


Louis 


31 


Ores ton st. , 


Heyman, 


William 


31 


Creston st., 


Hickey, 


William B. 


873 


Huntington av. , 


Hogan, 


Dennis 


14 


Prederiok st., 


Hopkins, 


George P. 


31 


Clarence st., Roxbury, 


Hovey, 


Arthur T. 


64 


St. Germain st., 


Hudson, 


Bernard J. 


112 


Blue Hill av.. 


Hudson, 


Edwin P. 


152 


Prospect St., Camb. , 


Hurley, 


Charles L. 


192 


Westville st., D. D. , 


Hurley, 


George H. Jr. 


^35 


Grant av., Medford, 


Jollimore, 


John J. 


180 


Princeton st. , E. B, , 


Judge, 


Roland A. 


20 


Payne ter. , Maiden, 


Jule, 


Arthur W. 


82 


Stpughton St. , D. D. , 


Keating, 


John P. 


9 


Pairfax st. , D. D. , 


Keeble, 


Joseph R. 


18 


Wescott St., D. D. , 


Kelley, 


Edgar L. 


1038 


Canterbury st., W. R., 


Kelley, 


Edward F. 


10 


Sumner ter., D. D. , 


Kelley, 


John P. 


282 


Massachusetts av.. 


Kelly, 


John J. 


9 


Dudley st., Roxbury, 


Kelley, 


John J. 


66 


Shawmut st. , Revere, 


Kelley, 


William H. 




Crawford House, Court 


Kennedy, 


Michael J. 


n 


Columbus av. , 


Kenney, 


James J. 


Church pi., Roxbury, 


Killiiea. 


John H. 


94 


Bartlett st. , C. D. . 


Lacey, 


John J. 


16 


Harwood st. , D. D. , 


LaCroix, 


Harry J. 


6 


Wilbur St. , Camb. , 


Lambert, 


Walter G. 


17 


Teel St., Arlington, 


Lamer e, 


Joseph 


98 


Polsom St. , H. P. , 


Lanahan , 


Henry P. 


5 


Dexter ct. , Roxbury, 


Lannan , 


William J. 


31 


Edison Green, 


Lapsley, 


William E. Jr. 


8 


Wait st, , Roxbury, 


Lavey, 


Edward J. 


47 


Marion st. , Som. , 


Law, 


Emerson C. 


206 


Massachusetts av., 


Levine, 


Peter 


54 


••A" Clifford St., Rox. 


Levine, 


Samuel 


54 


"A" Clifford st. , Rox. 


Lindsay, 


Robert P. 


11 


Knox St., 


Lydiard, 


Edward M. 


192 


Highland st., Roxbury, 


Lydon, 


James E. 


153 


E St. , 


Lynch, 


Prancis B. 


97 


Birch St.. W. R. 


Lyon, 


Hubert G. 


81 


Tuttle St., D. D., 


Lyons, 


Michael J. 


43 


Mansfield st., Som., 


Lyttle, 


Joseph P. 


6 


Boyle St., C. D. , 


Madden, 


Patrick J. 


62 


Allen St. , 



st, 



923 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 

671 
2377 

1718 
2367 
1808 

647 
1020 
1489 
1780 
2402 
1390 
1943 

364 
1247 
1415 

767 
2229 

2X1 

286 
2001 
2389 

246 

1837 
518 

1517 

946 
2026 

254 
1671 
1624 

63 
2054 
1978 
2164 

1153 
644 
2390 
2403 
2317 
1389 
1227 
244 



Magann, 


Frank P. 


178 


Brighton av. , 


Magee, 


James E. 


56 


Putnam st., E. B. , 


Maguire, 


Patrick J. 


21 


Holman st. , B. D. , 


Maguire, 


Thomas P. 


103 


Oilman st. , Sora. , 


Mahon, 


John J. 


20 


St. Germain st.. 


Mahoney, 


Bartholomew J. 


191 


Hancock st. , D. D. , 


Mahoney, 


James G. 


36 


Elm St. , C. D. , 


Mahoney, 


James J. 


191 


Hancock st. , D. D. , 


Mahoney, 


John B. 


175 


Hemenway st. , 


Mann, 


Lawrence 


28 


Princeton st. , 


Manuel, 


Francis D. 


22 


Emerson st. , 


Marinelli, 


Mariano 


9 


Hartford st., Norwood, 


Markeson, 


August 


7 


Follen St., 


Markus, 


Harry H. 


174 


Eliot St. , 


Martin, 


John 


28 


Greenleaf st., Roxbury, 


Martin, 


Michael J. 


56 


Mozart at., Roxbury, 


Mason, 


Walter T. 


15 


Cawfield st.. 


Melanson, 


Carl E. 


301 


Albany st.. 


Millaerry, 


Albert C. 


^^i 


F St. , 


Monte na. 


Milo M. 


8 


Elene st.. 


Moore, 


Lawrence 


172 


Lexington av., Camb., 


Moore, 


Louis P. 


7 


Russell St., No. Camb., 


Morrison, 


Gerald M, 


30 


Birch St. , W. R. , 


Morrison, 


James 


5 


Marshall ter.. 


Morrison, 


Michael W. 


136 


Winthrop st., Roxbury, 


Mugridge, 


Richard J. 


18 


Vine St., Roxbury, 


Mul cahy , 


William H. 


52 


F St., 


Munz, 


Joseph L. 


35 Pope St. , E, B. , 


Murphy, 


John M. 


55 


"A" Monadnock st.. 


Murray, 


V/illiam H. 


29 


Sudan st., D, D. , 


McCarthy, 


Daniel 


502 


Columbus av.. 


McCarthy, 


John J. 


12 


Worcester sq. , 


McCarthy, 


Michael D. 


8 


Delaware pi. , 


McClutchy, 


Herbert S. 


25 


Millmont St., 


McDermott, 


Michael J. F. 


1037 


Tremont St., Roxbury, 


McDonald, 


Lawrence E. 


45 Brighton av. , 


McDonald, 


William H. 


31 


Radcliffe st., D. D. , 


McGlinchey, 


Joseph P, 


379 


Columbia st., Camb., 


McGonigle, 


James A. 


63 


W. Lenox St., Roxbury, 


McGovern, 


Joseph L. 


849 


E. Broadway, 


McGowan, 


Fred J. 


34 


Milford St., 


McKenna, 


Joseph L. 


5 


Louise pk. , 


McLaughlin, 


John A. 


43 


Electric av., W. Som. , 



924 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY 8, 1919. 



Contd. 



kney 


Carriage Drivers' Licensee 


Granted - 


• contd. 


904 


McLaughlin, 


William A. 


40 


Temple st., Sora. , 


660 


MacLean, 


James 


1 


So. Worthington st., 


132 


Mcpherson, 


Milton A. 


150 


Princeton st. , 


223 


McSweeney, 


Eugene P. 


189 


W. Fourth St. , 


1394 


Neale, 


Henry W. 


232 


W. Newton st. , 


1813 


Neville, 


Thomas P. 


666 


Massachusetts av. , 


1995 


Nolan, 


John T. 


20 


Ward St., Roxbury, 


2190 


Nolan, 


Patrick J. 


141 


Winthrop St., Roxbury, 


1913 


Nolan, 


Roland P. 


14 


School St. , C. D. , 


1524 


O'Brien, 


John J. 


131 


Brook av., Roxbury, 


1756 


O'Brien, 


Michael J. 


3^ 


Abbot St. , D. D. , 


1899 


O'Donnell, 


Michael R. 


106 


Pearl st., Cambridgeport 


1852 


O'Hearn, 


William J. 


243 


Chelsea St., E. B. , 


341 


O'Kane, 


John 


64 


Astor St., 


942 


O'Keefe, 


Daniel Jr. 


70 


E. Brookline st. , 


826 


Oliver, 


James A. 


60 


Hammond st., Roxbury, 


1864 


Paddock, 


William E. 


35 


Bernard st., D. D. , 


1088 


Pederaon, 


Axel M. 


283 


Pond av., Brookline, 


841 


Piller, 


Mark 


11 


Columbus sq. , 


873 


Pinkhara, 


Walter M. 


19 


Curaberland st. , 


2080 


Prendergast 


.Martin H. 


109 


Franklin st., Brookline, 


796 


^uigley. 


Joseph S. 


6 


Louise pk. , 


530 


Radigan, 


Bernard J. 


1305 


Commonwealth av., 


821 


Ranger, 


Clement J. 


33 


St. Botolph St., 


2399 


Rapino, 


Pas quale 


36 


Sheaf e st.. 


545 


Reardon, 


Henry J. 


29 


Longfellow st., D. D. , 


111 


Reed, 


Robert 


68 


Pond St., So. Weymouth, 


373 


Reilly, 


William E. 


14 


Tappan st. , W. R. , 


1160 


Reppucci, 


Henry 


371 


Sumner st., E, B., 


1059 


Reynolds, 


Charles W. 


61 


Crescent st., Camb., 


461 


Richards, 


George H. 


41 


Warren av. , 


583 


Rittenberg, 


Hyman 


29 


Wildwood St. , 


1294 


Rittenberg, 


Joseph 


103 


Waumbeck st.. 


2394 


Roach, 


Harry L. 


39 


Maverick sq. , 


1832 


Roche, 


Patrick 


21 


Centre st., Roxbury, 


1908 


Ryan, 


Frank A. 


75 


E. Brookline st.. 


1346 


Ryan, 


Michael P. 


68 


St. Germain st. , 


2306 


Ryan, 


Patrick A. 


168 


Hillside St., Roxbury, 


1710 


Ryan, 


Robert E. 


101 


Terapleton st., D. D. , 


262 


Saum, 


Harry P. 


83 


Hillside St., Roxbury, 


795 


Sawtelle, 


John S. 


81 


Roxbury st.. 


2166 


Scholey, 


Edward T. 


63 Appleton st . , 


1634 


Beaver, 


Edward P. 


530 Newbury st. , 


1037 


Sheehey, 


Michael F. 


35 


Rochester st.. 


716 


Shelly, 


Thomas M. 


613 


Columbus av . , 



925 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8. 1919 • 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



1338 
1058 
1620 
1610 
1164 

1659 
176 

1850 

2396 

378 

802 

811 

1720 

1952 

508 

965 

1412 

1046 

471 

1015 

1214 

86 

1381 
731 

161 
1483 

559 
533 
345 
929 
9^8 
1089 

1552 
1719 
1998 
1965 
1974 



Sherman, 


Abraham 


9 


Silver, 


Ralph W. 


1254 


Silvernian, 


George J. 


31 


Simonds, 


Mark H. 


184 


SI ami n, 


Gerard 0. 


30 


Saiith, 


Daniel S. 


52 


Smith, 


John E. 


^^3 


Sousa, 


Manuel J. 


181 


Spa tola. 


Charles C. 


22 


Sullivan, 


Edward J. 


58 


Sullivan, 


James 


31 


Sullivan, 


John J. 


277 


Sullivan, 


Richard P. 


19 


Sutcliffe, 


John A. 


31 


Swetzoff, 


Louis F. 


14 


Taylor, 


Ephraim F. 


4 


Taylor, 


William J. 


144 


Tilley, 


James E. 


5§ 


Tobin, 


Arthur M, 


98 


Tonry, 


John 


146 


Toomey, 


John J, 


47 


Trudo, 


Clayton W. 


21 


Trundy, 


John F. 


37 


Tyler, 


George H. 


15 


Vincent, 


Richard S. P. 


171 


Volpe, 


Nicholas J. 


1122 


Walker, 


Thomas 


375 


Walsh, 


Joseph M. 


79 


Walsh, 


Thomas 


13 


Wassmus, 


Baldwin L. E. 


69 


Weissent, 


Frederick N. 


18 


Williams, 


George W. 


34 


Wolfson, 


Solomon 


88 


Wright, 


Judson S. 


113 


Wotton, 


Myron K. 


9 


Wright, 


Reginald F. 


491 


Young, 


Vifilliam H. 


283 


Zitzow, 


Adolph 


65B 



Revere st.. 
Commonweal th av . , 
Hansborough at., 
Blue Hill av. , 
St. Germain st., 
Edison Green, 
Worcester st., 
London st. , 
Everett st., Everett, 
Bellevue st. , D. D. , 
E. Canton st., 
E. Eighth St. , 
Oregon st., 
Radcliffe rd. , 
Mas coma st. , 
Concord sq. , 
Warren st. , 
Blue Hill av. , 
W. Brookline st., 
Lincoln st., Winthrop, 
Binney st., 
Child St., J. P. , 
E. Brookline st. , 
Brook St., Brookline, 
Charles st., 
Dorchester av. , 
Shawmu t av . , 
Clarkson st., D. D. , 
Gainsborough st.. 
Ocean st. , D. D. , 
Ridge rd. , D. D. , 
Williams st. , 
Fuller St., Brookline, 
Templeton st. , 
Beacon st., H. P., 
Huntington av. , 
Washington st., B. D. , 
E. Seventh st. 



926 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Phillip Miller for a license #02234A 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 191 Humboldt 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



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

135 Harold St., 

36 Hollander at. , 
14 Haskins st., 

177 Walnut av. , 

37 Anderson st. 



Bulafkin, 


Myer 


Goberraan, 


Hyman 


Neirman, 


Harry 


Seltzer, 


Benjamin 


Steinberg, 


George 



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



Wilson, 
Watts, 



Charles D. 
William B. 



Reappointed, 

June 30, 1919, 
July 7. 1919. 



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



Brett, 

rejected 
Chamberlain, 

rej ected 



Carleton L. 
June 10, 1919. 

Stephen F. 
June 2, 1919. 



60 W. Tremlett st. , 
842 Fifth St., 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Patrick J. Montlary, 98 (^ueensberry 
street, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was rejected. 



927 



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



Cohen, 

Levin, 

Taynor, 

Taynor, 

Shapiro, 



David 
Harry J, 
Joseph 
Nathan &j 
Irene 



303 Cambridge st. , 

27 Carver st., 

as V/ashington Furniture Co. 
386 Washington st. 



The application of Rose Luftig for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 453 Washington street was rejected. 



On the application of Lena D. Finkelstein, Manager, Lucius 
M. Briggs was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Fenway Theatre located at I36 Massachusetta 
avenue for the year ending March 3I , 1920. 



On the application of Albert Geiger Jr. by J. F. Rowan, 
General Manager, William Egersheim was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises #75-115 Gainsboro street, 
114-120 Heraenway street and 73 Batavia street for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 



928 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, I9I9. 



Contd. 



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:- 



1736 


Fairhead, 


Charles A. 


Conductor, 


ii7y 


Curley, 


Michael P. 


H 


1115 


Page, 


Arthur J. 


II 


1895 


Hardy, 


Joseph V. 


W 


4214 


De Prates, 


Manuel 


M 


4330 


Allen, 


Harry G. 


If 


130 


Hock, 


Anthony 


n 


2719 


Murray, 


Richard C. 


II 


2078 


Geyer, 


Albert 


II 


1690 


Pender, 


John G. 


n 


2155 


Joyce, 


Charles S. 


It 


257 


Brenn, 


Joseph P. 


H 


2391 


Parks, 


James J. 


II 


2698 


Nagle, 


Michael 


H 


2451 


York, 


Leon M. 


11 


2457 


Mooney, 


John P. 


N 


3501 


Hobin, 


Pred L. 


H 


3012 


Jackson, 


William M. 


If 


3283 


Drew, 


James P. 


•1 


3223 


Higgins, 


Gilbert C. 


n 


3^24 


Taymor , 


David 


n 


1804 


Howard, 


Ethan A. 


It 


1400 


Speyer, 


Aaron J. 


n 


1575 


McAuley, 


Walter E. 


N 


4654 


Shelley, 


T. M. 


n 


4102 


Cossaboon, 


A. I. 


N 


0139 


Galvin, 


John P. 


II 


037 


Smith, 


Matthew 


H 


2217 


Wilson, 


C. w. 


II 


2879 


McDonald, 


J. R. 


n 


130 


Hock, 


Anthony 


Motorman, 


1297 


Buzzell, 


Roy W. 


II 


1345 


Harding, 


Pred 


w 


4300 


Thomson, 


Alexander 


N 


2453 


McGinnis, 


Robert M. 


n 


1107 


Cross, 


C. George 


•1 


3348 


Murray, 


John P. 


M 


3069 


Cronin, 


John G. 


M 


4122 


Hanson, 


Alrik A. 


II 


257 


Brenn, 


Joseph P. 


II 


2317 


Parretto, 


R. 


It 


0264 


Galvin, 


John P. 


n 


130 


Hock, 


Anthony 


Starter, 


251 


Brenn, 


Joseph P. 


n 



929 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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



C6830 Breckenridge, Harold C. 
C9450 Hale, Merrill R. 



96 Wallace st., W. Sora. , 
316 Huntington av. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of James A, Ryan et al for a charter as 
Granada Caravan No. 3 of "th® Order of the Alharabra, Incorporated, 
for promoting social and intellectual intercourse among its 
members; and for the association and accommodation of the Order of 
the Alhambra in Boston, Massachusetts; no fixed location. 



The application of Patrolman Patrick J, Kennedy of 
Division 2 for leave of absence from duty for fourteen days, 
commencing July 25, current, in addition to his regular vacation, 
to regain his health at Sdgartown, Massachusetts, was granted 
without pay. 



Attest: 



Chief Clerlrr 



930 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, July 9, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor 
of Colt's Patent Fire Arais Manufacturing Company for the sum of 
Six Thousand Eight Hundred Sixty (6,86o) Dollars, being the amount 
required to pay it for 400 revolvers furnished the Police Depart- 
ment of the City of Boston. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
the Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Company for the sum of Five Hundred 
Fifty-eight and 6O/IOO (558«6o) Dollars, being the amount required 
to pay it for 20 Winchester Repeating Shot Guns furnished the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
William Read & Sons, Incorporated, for the sum of Five Hundred 
Fifty-eight and 6O/IOO (558,6o) Dollars, being the amount required 
to pay them for 20 - 10 Ga Winchester Shot Guns furnished the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licexises until August 1, I920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

The Globe Vaudeville Company by M. Douglas Flattery, Secretary, 
- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Globe Theatre located at 
692 Washington street. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved - 

concluded. 

John Henes - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Apollo Theatre located at 1048 
Washington street. 

Imperial Amusement Company by Patrick F, Lydon, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments in 
the Imperial Theatre located at 619 Broadway. 

Loew's Theatres Company by M. Douglas Flattery, Secretary, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Orpheum Theatre located at 
415 Washington street. 

Opera Holding Company by L. Shubert, Vice President, - to 
Jiave theatrical exhibitions in the Boston Opera House located at 
343 Huntington avenue. 

Park Theatre Company of Boston by Nathan Ginsburg, Treasurer, 

- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Park Theatre located at 
617 Washington street, 

Sam S. and Lee Shubert, Incorporated, by Lee Shubert, President 

- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Plymouth Theatre located at 
129 Eliot street. 

The Shubert Theatrical Company by Joseph L. Rhinocy, Treasurer, 

- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Majestic Theatre located 
at 219-223 Tremont street. 

The Shubert Theatrical Company by Joseph L. Rhinocy, Treasurer, 

- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Shubert Theatre located at 
263-265 Tremont street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, I920. 



O2307A Barnett, Oliver S. 
153.264 Feetham, Moses J. 



in a garage at 

n II n n 



17 Clarendon st. , 
350 Dudley St. , Rox, 



The application of Edwin U. Curtis, I3I Bay State road, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 3I, 1920, by Acting Commissioner 
Crowley. 



931 



932 



BOSTON, VraDNESDAY, JULY 9. 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Ambrose, George C. 31 Elder st., D. D. , 

approved by Ernest Barker for the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company, 
rejected June 2, 1919. 
Duffy, Walter T. 93 Medford St., Arlington, 

approved by Ernest Barker for the New England 
Fuel & Transportation Company, 
rejected June 2, 1919» 
Innis, Robert I. I06 Bayswater st., 

approved by Charles Skentelbery, General 
Manager, Warren Transportation Company, 
rejected June 2, 1919. 
Lake, F. Bourne I78 Huntington av., 

rejected June 10, 1919' 



The license to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
William H, Noyes as the Dorchester Purchasing Company on May ly, 
1919, at 705 Dudley street was cancelled by reason of the license 
having been surrendered. 



The application of True W. Hunt for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 355 Dudley street to 
705 Dudley street was granted in place of the Dorchester Purchasing 
Company . 



The following named persons, appointed July 7. current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Doherty, 



Joseph 



Harvey, 



William T. 



9l33 



BOSTON, WEDUESDAY, JULY 9. 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company by F. I. Hardy, Manager, Paul J. Barker was 
granted license #1192 as a motonaan in the employ of said company. 



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

Patrolraan Thomas D. Carmichael of Division l6, fourteen days, 
commencing July 24, current, in addition to his regular vacation 
to regain his health. 

Sergeant Edward J. Sullivan of Division 2, three days, com- 
mencing July 24, current, to extend his vacation. 

Patrolman Henry F. Koerber of Division 3, three days, commenc- 
ing July 9i current, on account of the death of his uncle. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas A. Poole of Division 
l6 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight and 39/100 (8.39) Dollars, 
being the coat of cloth for new uniform trousers to replace a pair 
destroyed when his motorcycle skidded on Brookline avenue on 
June 30, 1919 1 throwing him to the ground, 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 :- 



Chlcos, 
Dickerman, 
Diraitrakis, 
The Bnterprise 



Harris 
John A. 
Nicholas G. 



12 Harrison av. , 
95 Milk St., 
327 Warren st. , 
15 School St. , 



934 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9. 1919. 



Concluded, 



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



Penick, 

Goldstein, 

Karainsky, 

Lopez, 

Milliken, 

Modern Book 

Newman , 

Rekas, 

Resnick, 

Silverman, 



Etta 
Louis 
Saul 

Bernardo 
Walter S. 
Store 

Morris 
Eustatios 
Joseph 
William 



S. 



234- Bowdoin at. , 

176 Chelsea st. , E. B. , 

18 Parkman st. , 
301 Warren st. , 
1444-1446 Columbus av., 
32 Leverett st. , 
53 Phillips St., 
340 Harrison av, , 
247 Congress st. , 
128-130 Commercial st. 



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



Bowers, James F. &L 1977 Columbus av., 

Fitzgerald, Edward J. f 
disapproved for the reason that the placing of a tank under the 
sidewalk is against the rules and regulations of the Fire Department 

Smith, Walter S. &1 353 Chelsea st. , E. B., 

Thornton, William H. f 
disapproved for the reason that a stand at this location, would 
interfere with public travel. 



Attest: 



w^^^«i<:^;5 



Chief Cler 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COlfflillSSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, July 10, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



935 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor approved :- 

Central Square Theatre Company by Walter B. Sproule, President, 
- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Central Square Theatre 
located at 36-44 Bennington street. 

A Montague - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Day Square Theatre located at 
284 Bennington street. 

Jamea F. Powers - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Orient Garden Hall located at 985 
Bennington street. 

Charles H. Waldron Amusement Company by Charles H. Waldron, 
President, - to have theatrical exhibitions in the Casino Theatre 
located at 44 Hanover street. 



The application of F. William Sullivan, 233 Poplar 
street, Roslindale, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2427 
was granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



936 



BOSTOU, THURSDAY, JULY 10, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of F. William Sullivan for a license 
#144,791 to 86 t up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 4l85 
Washington street was granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



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

Derry Band, consisting of sixteen musicians, by R. Lawthers, 5 
Piske terrace, Brighton, - to parade with the State Grand Lodge of 
Massachusetts, Loyal Orange Institution, on Saturday, July 12, 
current, at 10 a. m. 

Route: From Copley square to Huntington avenue to the Boston 
Opera House. 

Teal's Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Benjamin F. 
Teel, 1859 Beacon street, - to play at the annual outing of the 
Boston Shoe Travellers' Association on Tuesday, July 15, current, 
at 9'15 a« ni. 

Route: From Hotel Essex to Atlantic avenue, Essex, South, 
Beach, Lincoln and High streets to Rowe's Wharf. 

Teel's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Philip J. 
Nixon, - to parade with the employees of the R. H. White Company 
to have their annual outing on Saturday, July 12, current, at 9.30 
a. m. 

Route: Form on Harrison avenue thence to Bedford, Washington 
and Summer streets, Atlantic avenue to Rowe's Wharf. 



The Pawnbroker's License and license to deal in Second 
Hand Articles granted to Samuel Scheinfeldt on April 30, 1920, at 
489 Tremont street were cancelled by reason of the licensee having 
ceased to be engaged in the business of pawnbroker and dealer in 
second hand articles at that location. 



The applications of Samuel Gluck for a Pawnbroker's 
License and license to deal in Second Hand Articles at 48 9 Tremont 
street were granted for the year ending April 30, I920, in place of 
Samuel Scheinfeldt. -> . • . f 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 10, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph Winetsky for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 2365 Washington street 
to 2363 Washington street was granted. 



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



Brauneis, 

Conners, 

Downey, 

Sndres, 

Monroe, 



Gifford, 
Holmes, 



Lynch , 



Morgan, 
Morgan, 
McNarnara, 



Stacy, 
Wells, 



Jr. 



John M. 
John P. 
Thomas 

approved by E. W. 
Philip E. ■ 
Cyrus 
approved by L. 



'■■} 



937 



A. 



Nathaniel W. 
Stephen W. 
approved by H. 



15 Metropolitan av., 
493 Fourth St., 

64 Business st., H. P., 
Greene, 

31 V/indermere rd. , D. D., 
2o8 Summer st. , 
Moors, Treasurer, Regal Shoe 

Company, 
127 Upland rd., Cambridge, 
80 Grasmere st., Newton, 
M. Richmond, Assistant Secretary], 
Commonwealth Trust Company, 
Robert E. 124 London St., 

approved by J. L. Bruden, General Superintend- 
ent, Boston & Albany Railroad, 
Alexander D. 22 Bellevue st., W. R. , 
Goddard P. 22 Bellevue st., W. R., 

Joseph M. 73 Clark st. , Dedham, 

approved by H. W. Burge, Assistant Secretary, 

Old Colony Trust Company, 
Chester R. 69 Spring Hill av.. Bridge- 
water, approved by Joseph R. Mclnnes, Vice 

President, John T. Connor Company, 
Arthur F. 39 St. Germain st. , 

approved by I. W. Foster, Paymaster, New York, 
New Haven & Hartford Railroad. 



938 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 10, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Doell, 


Frederick H. 


73 


Bellevue av. , 


Eldredge, 


William D. 


36 


Bromf ield st. , 


Pinberg, 


Charles 


129 


Crawford st. , 


Malaguti, 


Charles D. 


104 


Gardner st. , W. R. 


Morgan, 


William F. 


cor. 


Beacon & Joy sts. , 


Pratt, 


Almon D. 


Boston 


8c Albany Railroad, 


Weekes, 


George L. 


161 


Devonshire st. 



E. B 



The following named persons, appointed July 8, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
I duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 

Lucius M. Briggs, 
William Egersheiia. 



On the application of The New England Trust Company by 
Roger Pierce, Vice President, the following named persons were 
appointed Special Police Officers for duty in and about the premises 
#135 Devonshire street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 

James H. Cross 
Charles H. Haynes. 



On the application of E. L. Keefer, Agent, Alraon D. Pratt 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of the Boston and Albany Railroad located in the East 
Boston District for the year ending iSarch 31, 1920. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 10, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Patrolman Albert A. Sullivan of 
Division 11 for leave of absence from duty for three days, coramenc- 
ing July 9. current, on account of the death of his father was 
granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas A. Poole of Division 
16 to be reimbursed in the sum of Three (3) Dollars being the amount 
of a doctor's bill on account of injuries received on June 30. 19^9. 
when his motorcycle skidded on Brookline avenue was granted. 



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. 


Patrick A. Hanley, 


Div. 


2. 


N 


Thomas Delahunt, 


)i 


3. 


II 


Charles H. Bullock, 


n 


4, 


W 


Maurice Leonard, 


n 


6. 


H 


John J. Reilly, 


M 


6. 


M 


George F. DeLeskey, 


n 


/ $ 


N 


John Necco, 


n 


^ $ 


N 


Albert R. Foster, 


H 


9. 


n 


Samuel C. Hutchins, 


n 


9. 


N 


Henry P. S. Henriksen, 


n 


12. 


n 


Timothy F. Gleason, 


n 


13. 


N 


Nicholas Herthel, 


II 


13. 


N 


John J. McCarthy, 


n 


13. 


N 


John A. Connare, 


II 


14, 


H 


Elkana W. D. LeBlanc, 


n 


14. 


N 


Michael M. Shea, 


n 


15. 


M 


Daniel J. O'Neil, 


It 


16, 


N 


Isaac T. Myers, 


n 


17. 



3 days, 



3 
3 

2 

3 

7 

10 

3 

1 

2 

10 
2 

14 
2 
2 



n 

N 

n 

N 

n 
n 
n 
It 
« 
•I 
« 
n 
n 

N 

n 
n 

n 



$ 13.19 
13.19 
26.30 

9.86 
13.15 

8.77 
21.91 

13.15 
30.68 

32.87 

13.15 
^.83 
8.77 

38.35 
7.67 

61.36 
5.48 
8.77 

$330.37 



939 



940 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1919- 



Contd. 



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



Patrol. 

H 
II 

N 
H 
M 

n 

N 

If 

N 

H ■ 
N 
It 

n 



Sergeant 
Patrol. 



Sergeant 
Patrol. 

H 

II 

Captain 
Patrol . 

N 

n 

Inspector 
Sergeant 



Joseph H. Battos, 
Edward F. Buckley, 
Thomas Byrne, 
Usher St. George, 
James E. Aherin, 
James C. Driscoll, 
Patrick J. Kennedy, 
John B. Powers, 
John H. Boyle, 
Patrick Durrigan, 
John A. Cox, 
George M. Gould, 
John H. Hill, 
James P. Kirley, 
John P. Walsh, 
John J. Greene, 
Thomas H. Soutter, 
Richard E. Gilleran, 
Frederick A. Acorn, 
James P. Dowd, 
Thomas L. Maxon, 
Michael Casey, 
El dredge A. Dunham, 
Kenneth McLeod, 
John J. Rooney, 
Thomas D. Carmichael, 
John P. Peers, 
Gustave Rosenfeld, 
Edward T. Com»ay, 
Samuel Dunlap, 



Div. 1, 


1 


day, 


$ 1.92 


1, 


4 


days. 


8.21 


1, 


2 


II 


3.83 


1, 


4 


•1 


7.67 


2, 


16 


II 


3i-2^ 


2, 


30 


n 


58.08 


2. 


30 


H 


57.53 


2, 


11 


II 


21.64 


3. 


9 


n 


19.72 


3. 


8 


II 


15. 3^^ 


4, 


2 


H 


3.56 


6, 


30 


II 


57.53 


6, 


3 


II 


^>51 


6, 


13 


II 


28.49 


6, 


25 


II 


50.13 


7. 


5 


II 


9.59 


8, 


8 


II 


19.18 


9. 


2 


H 


3.56 


" 10, 


2 


II 


4.38 


10, 


8 


It 


14.25 


" 11, 


4 


n 


9.59 


" 11, 


10 


II 


20.82 


12, 


5 


II 


7-53 


" 12. 


2 


n 


4.38 


" 12, 


3 


II 


12. B 


" 16, 


7 


II 


17.80 


" 16, 


5 


•1 


10.96 


" 16, 


16 


II 


34.51 


B. C. I. 


30 


II 


82.18 


H. q.. 


3 


II 


7.40 



1630.01 



941 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



152,930.88 

626.09 

516.83 

199.42 

63.85 

$54,337.07 



Attest: 



Chief CI 



6^K • 



942 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, July 11, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, I920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved: - 

Allston Amuseraent Company by Allan H. Sturges, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Allston Theatre located at 
128 Brighton avenue. 

Fenway Amusement Company by A. Abraham, Vice President, - to 
have theatrical exhibitions in the Fenway Theatre located at I36 
Massachusetts avenue. 

Franklin Park Theatre Company by Nathan Ginsburg, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Franklin Park Theatre located 
at 616 Blue Hill avenue. 

Old South Theatre, Incorporated, by Asa B. French, President, 

- to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertain- 
ments in the Old South Theatre located at 329 Washington street. 

Powers and Walker by L. B. Walker - to have exhibitions of 
moving pictures in Congress Hall located at 220 Broadway. 

Scollay Square Olympia Company by N. H. Gordon, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Scollay Square Olympia Theatre 
located at 4 Tremont row. 

Theatres Company of Boston by M. Kean, President, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Tremont Theatre located at 176 
Tremont street. 

Trimount Theatres, Incorporated, by George A. Giles, Treasurer, 

- to have theatrical exhibitions in the St. James Theatre located 
at 239 Huntington avenue. 

Washington Street Olympia Company by E. H. Gordon, Treasurer, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in Gordon's Olympia Theatre 
located at 656 Washington street. 

Washington Theatre, Incorporated, by Prank L. Collier, 
Treasurer, - to have exhibitions of ?noving pictures and vaudeville 
entertainments in the Washington Theatre located at 722 Washington 
street. 



943 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



242^ 
242i 



Banks, 
Grover, 



Willard C. 
Paul T. 



79 Warren st. , Roxbury, 
137 Warren av. 



The application of Willard C. Banks for a license 
#153. "^89 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 1 
Bartlett street, Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30, 
1920. 



The application of Chester Bridden, 4 Circuit square, 
approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, American Railway Express 
Company, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Conuaonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, I920. 



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

Alessi, Ernest 171 Talbot av., 

approved by Charles H. Barney, President, 
Whitney, King & Barney, Inc., 
rejected June 10, I919. 
Cataldo, Massimino 17 Virginia st.. 

Cifrino, Paul 622 Columbia rd. , 

both rejected June 18, 1919. 



Joseph W. Hilton, appointed July 7. current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



944 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919 • 



Concluded. 



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



C948 Abar , 
02527 Brown, 
02835 Reardon, 



William L. 
John J. 
Ralph W. 



46 W. Oottage St. , 
244 Hyde Park av . , 
15 Sunnyside st. 



The application of Patrolman Louis L. Twomey of Division 
5 for permission to leave the city occasionally during July, August 
and September, to visit his family at Revere, 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 Oommissioners 
approved: - 



Isenberg, 

Cacciola, 

Brucale, 

Oaso, 

Caso, 

Cohen, 

Oucinotti, 

Poster Beef 

Greenleaf , 

Holman, 

Michelson, 

McHally, 

Scalia, 

Vontis, 

Wall, 



Nathan 
Thomas 
Matteo 
Salvatore 
Salvatore 
Julius 
Giuseppe 
Company 

R. P. & Co. 

John & Co. 

Barnet S. 

William P. 

Anthony 

James 

P. H. & Co, 



Attest: 



190 Hanover st. , 
125 Staniford st., 

8 Garden Court st., 
88 "A" prince st. , 
88 Prince st. , 

341 Hanover st., 

9 Clark st. , 

22|- Blacks tone St., 
139 Blackstone st., 
134 Richmond st. , 
147 Portland st., 
54i North St., 

82 Portland st. , 

19 prince st. , 

38 Clinton st. 



Chief or 



ftr^ 



945 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, July 12, 1919* 



There was no executive session held today. 



946 



OFFICE OF THIS POLICE COMMISSIOMER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, July 14, 1919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the 
position of janitor with pay at the rate of Eleven Hundred (llOO) 
Dollars per annum. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, I920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Idayor approved :- 

Automatic Vaudeville Company by E. J. Ludvig, Vice President, 
- to have theatrical exhibitions in the Palace Theatre located at 
109-111 Court street. 

Dorchester Theatre Company by Edward R. Gregory, President, - 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Dorchester Theatre located at 1524 Dorchester avenue. 

Eagle Amusement Company by Harry I. Wasserraan, President, - 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainniente 
in the Eagle Theatre located at 2225-2227 Washington street. 

C. J. Gorman's Amusement Enterprises, Incorporated, by Charles 
J. Gorman, President, - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in Gorman's Theatre located at 709 
South street. 

George U. Hamilton - to have exhibitions of moving pictures 
and vaudeville entertainments in the V/inthrop Theatre located at 
57c Columbia road. 

Lancaster Amusement Company by C. W. Dimick, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Lancaster Theatre located at 31-37 Lancaster street. 



BOSTOU, MONDAY, JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 

Supreme Theatre, Incorporated, by Hyman M. Rimbach, President, 
- to have exJ'iibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertain- 
ments in the Supreme Theatre located at 292 Centre street. 

Unique Theatre Company of Boston by Albert Z. Washburn, 
Assistant Treasurer, - to have ex^iibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Unique Theatre located at 700 
Washington street. 



947 



Upham's Corner Strand Company by Jane A. Hayes, 
exhibitions in the Strand Theatre 



Secretary, 
located at 



543 



to have theatrical 

Columbia road. i 

Salvatore Grassia - to have an exhibition of heavy weight 
lifting and a concert in iiorth End Union Hall located at 20 Parmenter 
street on Monday evening, July 14, current, ] 



The applicatione of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



2430 Stewart, 

2431 Sullivan, 



Robert B. 
John P. 



22 Corinth St., Roslindale, 
299 Harrison av. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licensee to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



86,968 Ambrosio, Amilio 

75.092 Arcari, Domini ok 

78,268 Atkinson, George V/. 

96,484 Bannwart, i^lexauder 

89,073 Barrett, David J. 

0455B]i Bay View Auto Co. ( 

045501 1 

OIII3A 

01113E^ Beaufort Renting Co. Inc. in a 
01113c 
OIII3D 
58,1921 Boydick, Abe in a 

58.193) 



in 
It 


a 
n 


garage 
It 


at 
It 


« 


H 


It 


II 


n 


It 


n 


H 


H 


It 


N 


H 


n 


It 


It 


N 


It 


II 


It 


II 



141 Sumner st. , E.B., 
119 Portland st. , 
293 Northampton st., 
12 Harcourt st. , 
72 Linden Park st., 
137 1 Bt., 
171 Huntington av., 

539 centre st., J. P., 



25 Irvington st. , 



948 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Licensea 


to set up and use Hackney 


Carriag 


;e8 


0356A 


Burke. John J. 


in 


a 


garage 


at 


20 












23 












33 












41 












46 












66 


Burke Taxi Cab Co.Inc 


n 

• 


II 


stable 


II 


129 












151 












360 












1192 












63,291) 
63.723) 




li 


II 


garage 


II 












46,337 


Butler, Nathaniel 


n 


M 


II 


•I 


16,288) 


Cain, Michael L. 


II 


II 


II 


n 


702) 




H 


M 


stable 


H 


66.777 


Cap Ian, Hyman 


n 


n 


garage 


n 


140,76^ 


Carey, William H. 


•1 


n 


n 


n 


32.4^5 


Carroll, Michael J. 


n 


II 


II 


II 


48,582 


Cassidy, Lawrence T. 


H 


11 


•1 


M 


1.773 


Condon, Patrick 


n 


n 


stable 


« 


0318A) 


Conlon, Thomas J. 


II 


II 


garage 


n 


0318B 












265) 


Cooney, Matthew J. 


n 


II 


stable 


« 


2?3) 












38.082 


CuininingB, Michael 


II 


n 


garage 


•1 


28,880 


Davio, Samuel A. 


H 


II 


n 


n 


126,184 


Devine, Frank L. 


n 


II 


II 


II 


0778E 


Dorgan, John J. 


n 


II 


II 


II 


96,505 


Elrioh, Robert H. 


n 


n 


n 


II 


136.885 


Pasanello, Joseph V. 


« 


H 


n 


II 


123.234 


Gallagher, Patrick J. 


It 


II 


II 


•1 


057OD 


Gay, Clifford D. 


II 


II 


II 


II 


40,865 


Glen, William 


II 


H 


H 


H 


0645A 












0645B 












0645c 


Godfrey, Eugene W. 


H 


II 


II 


H 


0645D 












0645E. 












604 












730 
773 












808 


Graham, William G. 


If 


n 


stable 


II 


1412 












1569 












1648 












1650. 












O695A 


Gramzow, William F. 


II 


•1 


garage 


H 



Granted - contd. 
100 Stoughton St. , 



14 Byron at. , 



14 



21 Hampshire st. , 
333 Main st., 

337 " " 
53 Clarkwood st., 
31 Stanhope st., 

350 Dudley st. , 
12 Harcourt et. , 

215 London st. , 

224 W. Newton st.rear 

39 Warren st. CD. , 

341 Newbury at., 

41 Marion st. Brook., 
565 E. Seventh st., 
728 E. Broadwai', 
852 Blue Hill av., 
541 Tremont st. , 
293 Northampton at., 
364 V/alnut av. , 
122 Brighton av. , 



119 Park St. , W. R. , 



46 Call St., J. P. , 



728 E. Broadway, 



BOSTOK, MONDAY. JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



65,A45 

365 
23.654 

2b6 

01707A) 
01707B 

122) 
269( 
303) 

110.719 

2.319 

94,556 

16,788 

0302A) 

0302B( 

030201 

O302D) 

105,54-6 

31.973 
75.498) 

138.959) 
108.559 
C1662A 
OI662B 
01662c 
01662D 
OI662E. 
58,548 

145.117 
02209A) 
02209B) 
14,863 
46,947) 
146,948( 
00.544) 
302 
321 

341 
440 
683 
704 
768. 



Gray, James C. 
Green, George H. 
Green, Walter E. 
Green, William H. 
Green & Bernstein 



Hackett, Patrick T. 

Harrington, James L. 
Harris, Harry K. 
Hartnett. William 
Harvey, William W. 
Hawkes, James V/. 

Hay man, William 



in 


a 
II 


garage 
stable 


at 

n 


n 
It 


II 
II 


garage 

stable 


II 
II 


M 


II 


garage 


« 


II 


H 


stable 


n 


•1 


n 
II 


garage 
II 


n 


H 


M 


u 


II 


n 


n 


H 


n 


II 


11 


II 


H 



Henderson, George 


n II 


II 


II 


Keating, John P. 


•1 II 


II 


II 


Keeble, Joseph R. 


II II 


H 


H 



Kelly, John J. 



Kelley, William H. 



Lacey. John J, 


n II 


II 


Little, Joseph P. 


n II 


II 


Magann, Frank P. 


II II 


II 



Magee, James E. 
Magee, Kobert N. 



II II 



II n 



" " Stable 



949 



^'^ Bickerstaff st. . 
Y^ Chardon st. , 
40 Geneva av. , 
76 V/ater at., C. D. , 
126 Humboldt av. , 



323 W. Fourth St., 

66 Stanhope st. , 
122 Cummington st. , 
140 Bowdoin st.. Dor, 
408 So. Huntington av 

25 Irvington st., 

12 Garden st. , 



24 Chardon st. , 
411 Bowdoin st... Dor., 
293 Northampton st,. , 

1 Ear tlett st. , Rox, 



" 12 Garden st. , 

" 1243 Blue Hill av., 

" 3O6 Main St. , 

" 17 Clarendon st., 

" 667 Bennington St., 

" 12 Garden st. , 



V 



7"^ Chardon st. , 



•■ i, "ja-o, 
" A, i<[Ac, 

N a., i<^a,o, 



950 



BOSTON. MONDAY, JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



467 

140,052 

130,164 

30,140 

46,964 

22 

294 

436 

847 

859 

899 

1177 

1272 

1279 

1605 
1680 
1782. 
26,758 
26.759) 
115,503 
42,813 
584) 
1288( 
1320) 
16,427 
62,792 
15.377 
99 
215 
262 
340 
352 

457 

519 

1311. 

58.753 
48,164 

292 

100,831) 

115.447) 



Maguire, Patrick J. 
Mahon, John J. 
Mahoney, Bartholomew J." 
Mahoney. Jajnes J. 
Mahoney, John B. 



in a stable at 
" " garage " 

n n II 



II II 



21 Holman st. . B.D. 
365 Newbury st. , 
411 Bowdoin St., D. D. 
411 Bowdoin st. , D.D. 
2 "A" St.Botolph st 



Mann, Philip 



stable 



319 Chelsea st. E.B. 



Marinelli, Mariano 

Mason, Walter T. 
Moore, Louis P. 

Morrison, Gerald M. 

Morrison, James 
Mugridge, Richard J, 
Murphy, John M. 



Murphy, Richard 



McGowan, Fred J. 
McKenna, Joseph L. 
McLaughlin, John A. 
Noonan, Robert A. 



" " garage " Austin st. cor. 

Hartford st. Norwood, 
" 610 Columbia rd. , 
" 215 Maverick st. , 



II II II 
II II II 



" " stable 



" " garage •• 

n H II II 



" " Stable 



" " garage " 

It II n N 

" " Stable " 

n H 



garage 



24 Birch st., W.R. 

12 Harcourt st. , 
350 Dudley st. , 
30 Hancock st.. Dor, 



72 Northampton st.. 



541 Tremont st. , 

\ Rockland st. ,Rox. 
7^ Char don st. . 
10 St. Botolph St., 



951 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



0344A 
0344B 
0344C 
0344D 
0344E 
C344F 
0344H 
0344K 
44,032 
134,184 
102,801 

103,3^9 

149,474 

19.546 

86,121 

46,375 
799) 
0310A 
O630A) 
0630B 
29,408) 

L44,802) 
16,634 

84,193 
614 

775 
55,041 

03 5A 

03 5B 

035c 

03 5D 
035E 

03 5F 
035G 
035H 

03 5J 
035K 

03 5L 
03 5M 
03 5N 
03 5P 
035R 
035s 



Nutter, Marcus 0. 



in a garage at 222 Eliot st.. 



H II 

II II 

II H 

•I N 

H II 



O'Brien, Michael J. 
O'Donnell, Michael R. 
Paddock, William E. 
Ranger, Clement J. 
Rap i no. Pas quale 
)Reynold8, Charles W. ( " " 

( " " stable 
Rittenberg, Hyman 
Rittenberg, Joseph 

Ryan, Michael F. 



M 
II 
II 

n 
II 
n 



n H 
n H 



garage 

M 



n 
n 
n 
n 
II 
n 

H 

i« 

H 



Ryan, Patrick A. 
Silverman, George J. 
Simonds, Mark H. 
Sullivan, James 
Tate, James D. 



n n n n 

n N 11 N 

" " Stable " 

M n n H 



garage 



Taxi Service Co. 



1243 Blue Hill av. , 

171 Huntington av., 

541 Treraont st. , 

12 Harcourt st. , 

119 Portland st. , 

61 Stanhope st. , 

41 Pembroke st. , 

12 Garden st. , 

12 Garden st. , 

272 W. Newton st. , 

272 W. Newton st., 
250 Woodrov; av.. Dor, 
361 Warren St., Rox. 

18 Trask st., 
255 Northampton st., 



27 Lansdowne st.. 



952 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 

035T 
035V 
03 5W 
035X 
03 5Y 

035AA 

035AB 
035AC 

035AD 
035AE 
035AP 

035AG 
035AH 
035AJ 

035AK 
035AL 

035AM 
035AN 

035AP 
035AB 

O35AS Taxi Service Co. 
035AT 

035AV 
035AW 
035AJC 

035AY 
035BA 

035BB 

035BC 
035BII 

035BE 

035BF 

035BG 

035BY 
035CA 
035CB 
035CC 
035CD 
035CE 
035CF 
035CG 
035CH 
035CK 
035CT 



in a garage at 27 Lansdowne st., 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



953 



" •• stable " 



035CV 
9601 
9602 
9603 
9604 
9605 
9606 

9607 

9608 

9609 

9610 Taxi Service Co. 

9611 

9612 

9613 

9614 

9615 
9616 

9617 
9618 

9619 
9620. 
759 Tonry, John 
02046a 
02046b 

02046c Toomey, John J. 
02046D 
0204 6e. 

48,560 Tyler, George H. 
O39IA) 

0391B{ Vendoiae Motor Co. 
500 ( 
861) 
0135A 
0135B 
0135c 

oi35r 
0135E 

OI35F Vinal Taxi Service Inc." " garage 

CI35G 

0135H 

0135J 
013 5K 

013 5L. 
40,897) Weisaent, Frederick N. " " " 
17,066) 



in a garage at 27 Lansdowne st. , 



H N 



N n 
/ n II 
n II 



garage 



" " stable 

(MM M 



70 Bremen st., 
47 Binney et.. 



31 Harris av. Brook. 
25 Irvington st., 
25 " " 
90 Chestnut st., 
90 " " 



19 Fordham rd. , 



18 Ridge rd. , 



954 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, 1^19 • 



Contd. 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - concluded. 

in a garage at 350 Dudley st., 



52,170 Williams, George W. 

30,4.00 

30,500 

30,700 Violfson, Solomon 

30,800 

30,900. 
126,121 Wright, Reginald F. 
115,4-01 Zitzow, Adolph 



n H 
n (I 



710 Centre st., J.P 



33 Worthington st. , 
541 E. Broadway. 



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



0455B 

O345A 

20 

23 

33 

41 

48 

66 

129 

151. 
702 
16,288 

66,777 
48, 582 

1.773 
0317A) 
031 8b) 
38,082 
28,880 

96.505 
064 5A) 

( 

0645B( 
C645C) 

365 
2319 

0302A) 

0302B( 
O302D) 



Bay View Auto Co. 
Burke, John J. . 



in front of So. Terminal Sta.SunuDer st.side 
in front of 999 Boylston st.. 



Chestnut 



st.s.w. cor. 

M H II II 



Charles 

n 



St. 



Burke Taxi 



Cab Co. 
Inc. 



Cain, Michael L. 



Caplan, Hyman 
Cassidy, Lawrence T. 
Condon, Patrick 
Conlon, Thomas J. 



Berkeley " " " " Beacon " 
in front of 222 Boylston " 
Berkeley st. e.side. cor. Public Alley 421 
opposite jj*5 Park st.. Common side, 
Arlington st. opp. Marlboro st. Public 

Garden side, 
Berkeley " s.w. cor. Beacon st. 
(Fruit St. s.w. cor. No. Grove st., 
(opp. 141 Tremont st. Common side, 

in front of 180 Boylston st. , 
Gloucester st, n.e.cor. Marlboro st. , 
in front of 114 State st. , 



Curaminga, Michael " 
Davis, Samuel A. in front 
Elrich, Robert H. Essex 



Columbus 

H 

St. , 



av, 
•I 



of 10 
St. in 



II 429 

•• 461 

" 115 Arch 

Faneuil Hall sq. nights, 

front of Continental Hotel, 



(in front of Highland 
Godfrey, Eugene M. ) 

)Corey st. n.e.cor 

( » 11 II n 11 

Green, George H. Chestnut st. n.w. 
Hartnett, William in front of 

(Sudbury st.in front 
Hayman, William ) " « « « 

(Bowdoin sq. " " 



Station, N.Y.N.H.& H. 
Railroad, 
Centre st., 



cor. W. Cedar st. , 

100 Franklin st. , 
of Hotel Heidelberg, 

II n II 

•' " Bowdoin, 



BOSTON, MOKDAY, JULY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



75.498) 

138.959) 

OI662A 

01662B 

01662c 

01662D 

01662E. 

46,947 

46,948 

100,544 

302 

321 

341 

440 

683 

704 

768. 

467 

46,964 

26,758 
16.427 

46,375) 

799) 

063OA 

144,802 

16,6^4 

775 

55,041 
035A 
03 5B 
035c 
03 5D 
035s 
03 5F 
03 5G 
035H 
035J 
035K 
035L 
03 5M 
03 5N 
0351* 
035R 
035s 



Keeble, Joseph R. 



in front of 



830 Tremont et. , 



Kelley, William 
H. 



Court St. in front of Crawford House, 

tl II H H N II n 

Brattle st.in " " " " 

Coul*t St. s. cor. Brattle st. nights. 



in front of 87 

in front of 
II 



Magee, Robert N. 



Maguire, Patrick J. 
Mahoney, John B. 
Marinelli, Mariano 
Morrison, James 
Reynolds, Charles V/. 

Rittenberg, Joseph 
Ryan, Michael F. 
Ryan, Patrick A. 
Sullivan, James 

Tate, James D. 



Court St. 

53 State St. , 

53 

53 

27 

28 

29 
40 
43 
46 

53 



n 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



Clarendon st. n.e. cor. Boylston st., 
Longwood av. s.w. cor. Villa st. , 
in front of 5207 Washington st., 
opp. #158 Tremont st. Common side, 
(Exeter st. n.w.cor. Boylston st. , 
( " " n.e. •♦ •• " 
in front of 5 Tremont row, nights, 
Mt. Vernon st. n.e. cor. Louisburg sq. 
in front of 89 Mt. Vernon st., 
Huntington av. e.side, north of Rail- 
road Bridge, 
in front of I781 Washington st. nights. 
Clarendon st.in front of Hotel Brunswick, 

N 11 



Boylston 

n 



Tsuci Service Co. 



II 

n 
n 

Exe ter s t . 

n w 

H n 

N II 

N n 

H 11 

n 11 



n 
II 
•I 
II 
II 
n 
II 

H 

n 



II 
II 
II 
II 

H 

II 

H 
II 
H 



w.side, nr. 

M II II 



955 



,<J»~/. J-l, i<|3.0, p. 101. ^•^•■57. 



•H 



/ 4, 1 


1^0, !»■'' 


a., 


I'o, 


3., 


'1 a-o, 


9., 


l<|iO, 


A, 


1 <iao. 


a, 


,<]a.o, 


, i 


KjAO, 


■ i, 


i<^a.c, 


a- 


iiao, 


« i. 


itjao. 



V#€ ^1 



Cafe, nights 

n II 



Church 



II n II 11 

" in front of 



Lenox, 
II 

•I 

II 

II 

II 

N 
II 

Thorndike, 



956 



iO, i<^AO. 
iO, IQAO, 
10, )«A0. 
3o, laiC 
Jo, ii^JO. 

io, iqao. 

3 0, 'i^JO, 

3 0, isao, 

10, 11^0, 

30, 1Q4C, 



10, 
iO , 
3 0, 
10, 
30, 
1 0, 
50, 
JO, 



I^AO, 

iqao, 

iqa.0, 

iQ ac, 
ittao, 

lijlO, 

10 ao. 



BOSTOK, MOEDAY, JULY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



035T 
C35V 
03 5W 
035X 
03 5Y 

035AA 
035AB 

035AC 

035AD 
035AE 
035AF 
035AG 
035AH 

035AJ 

035AK 
035AL 
035AM 

035AN 
035AP 

035AR 

G35AS 
035AT 

035AV 
035AW 
035AX 

035AY 
035BA 

035BB 

035BC 

035BL 

035BE 

035BF 
035BG 
035BY 

035CA 
035CB 
035CC 
035CD 
035CE 
035CP 
035CG 
035CH 
035CK 
035CT 
035CV 
9601 
9602 



Taxi Service 
Company 



Church St. in front 
•I <i II II 



of Hotel Thorndike, 



Providence st. 

M n 

Boylston " 

II II 

Tremont •' 



in" 
II II 



Boylston 

n 

School 

N 
M 

n 



Court sq. 

n H 

n II 

M « 

n N 

N n 

H « 

Water 

N 

n 

N 

n 

n 



II 

M 

n 
n 
n 
II 
II 
•I 
n 
n 
H 



« 

H 
M 
H 
H 
tt 

n 

H 
II 
H 
H 
II 
If 

n 

H 

n 

H 

It 
n 
•1 

n 

H 
II 



n H 



Atlantic av, 

H II 



Jersey st. 

H II 



n 

It 
II 

N 

n 

H 

n 
w 

H 
II 
•I 
H 
II 
•I 



•• H 

II II 



•I 

n 

M 

II 
11 

H 

•I 
It 

H 
II 
II 



Touraine, 
II 



•* Parker House, 

H H II 



II n 
II II 
It II 



H 
H 
II 



" Young's Hotel, 

n II It 



It It 

N n 

n tt 

It II 



H N M 

" National Shawmut Bank 



II H 

It It 

II tt 

H II 



•I 
N 
N 
N 



II It 11 It 

" So. Terminal Station, 



It It 
II It 
It It 



II 



Fenway Baseball Park, 
It II II 



BOSTON, MOUDAY, JULY 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Stands for Hackney Carriages Granted - concluded. 



Jersey st.in front of Fenway Baseball Park, 

n n It n n «f n •• 



' Ts^i Service Co. " 



n 


ii 


H 


N 


H 


N 


n 


n 


n 


H 


n 


II 


n 


M 


ti 


II 


n 


n 


II 


n 


n 



9603 

9604 

9605 

9606 

960;^ 

48,560 Tyler, George 

039IA) 

0391B{ Vendome Motor Co. Dartmouth h « .1 h •• « 
500 ( 
861) 
126,121 Wright, Reginald F. Museum rd. w. cor. Huntington av. 



i. Boylston st. in front of Hotel Vendome, 



The application of Peter Solomon, 818 Huntington avenue, 
for a new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth which 
were rejected on June 2, current, were reconsidered and granted 
for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



Mosig, 



Tay_, 



Adolf E. B. 128 Day St., Roxbury, 
approved by P. Kresser, Superintendent, 

Burkhardt Brewing Company, 
Herman S. 109 Myrtle st. 



957 



958 



BOSTON, HOIIDAY. JULY 14, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Bennett, 
Henderson, 
Lawry , 
Morse, 



Hoffman, 
Howard, 

Knefel, 
Paul, 



H. K. 1 17 Park av. Leominster, Maes 
A. ( 46 Fargo av. Buffalo, N.Y. 

Melvin I 101 Putnam st. , quincy, 

Nathaniel N. ) 35 Congress St., 
approved by Charles Skentelbery, General Mgr., 
Warren Transportation Company, 
G. 



Fred 

Leo 

approved by F. E. 

William P. 

Charles U. S. 



119 V/alnut av., Roxbury, 
17 E. Dedham st. , 
Cleaves, Metropolitan Coal Co 
10 Aberdeen rd. , Milton, 
717 E. Fourth St. , 
approved by Edward L. Estabrook, 202 W. First 

St. 



The application of Frank E. Smith, &2 Carver street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



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



Cross, 



James H. 
Pratt, 



Haynes , 
Almon D. 



Charles H. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas F. Ryan of Division 
4 for leave of absence from duty for seven days, commencing July 
12, current, to recover his health at South Chelmsford, Massachusetts 
was granted without pay. 



I 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 14, l^i^. 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolraan John A. Connare of Division 
14 to be reimbursed in the sura of Three (3) Dollars, being the 
amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account of 
injuries received when the Station 14 automobile was operated into 
a ditch in Cambridge street, opposite Dustin street, to avoid a 
collision, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Joseph M. Eldridge of 
Division 14 to be reimbursed in the sum of One (l) Dollar, being 
the cost of a new badge to replace one lost, while arresting sailors 
at Brave's Field on May 20, lV19i was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Edwin H. Lovequist of 
Division 14 to be reimbursed in the sum of Three and 40/100 (3.4C) 
dollars, being the cost of a new pearl helmet to replace one 
destroyed at Port Standish while at machine gun practise on June 
26, current, was granted. 



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



Police Department, 
Police Sii?nal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



$24,280.40 

2,195.47 

20.99 

$26,496.86 



Attest: 




Chief Gie 



959 



960 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOlTER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, July 15, I919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Clinton 
E. Bowley of Division 17 against Patrolman Lyman Johnson of 
Division I7 for alleged 

CHARGE 1. NEGLECT OF DUTY. 

Specification: In that he (said Patrolman Johnson) 
failed to report at the station-house at the end of his tour of 
duty at 8 o» clock, a, ra. , on June 2i, 131^. 

CHARGE 2. NEGLECT OF DUTY. 

Specification: In that while on duty he (the said 
Patrolman Johnson) entered his home at No. 55 Mendum street, Ros- 
lindale, not in the performance of police duty at about 7*30 
o'clock a. m. , and remained until about 9'4-0 o'clock a. m., June 
29. 1919. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial 
Board, consisting of Captains Robert E. Grant, Jeremiah F. Gallivan 
and Perley S. Skillings on the seventh day of July, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Johnson by giving 
him a true copy of the complaint, and that it was continued to the 
tenth day of July, current, and then it appeared that a hearing 
was had. He appeared with counsel and pleaded guilty to the 
charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. 
The Commissioner approved the finding and with the recommendation 
of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Johnson perform two 
hundred and ten hours' punishment duty. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Codman Square Tl'ieatrical Trust Company by Patriclc Bowen, Presi- 
dent, - to have theatrical exhibitions in the Codman Square Theatre 
located at 637 Washington street, Dorchester. 

Annie O'Brien, - to have theatrical exhibitions in the 
premises to be erected at II24-II3O Dorchester avenue known as the 
Dorchester Avenue Theatre. 

The Wilbur Theatre Company by Edward D. Smith, Secretary, - 
to have theatrical exhibitions in the Wilbur Theatre located at the 
corner of Dix place and Tremont street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licensee were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 

Mill St., D. D., 
Batavia st. , 
St. Botolph St., 
"A" Columbus av . , 
Maywood st., Roxbury, 
BruHBWick St., Roxbury, 
Columbus av. , 
Sixth St., 
Bur bank 3 1 . , 
Hawthorne st. , Newton, 
Stoughton St., D. D. , 
Byron st. , 
Market st. , B. D. , 
Endicott st. , 
Monument st. , C. D. , 
Park av . , Weymouth, 



1677 Anderson, 


Joseph F. 


24 


908 Atkinson, 


Douglas T. 


43 


1663 Barron, 


Lawrence F. 


146 


113 Bascom, 


George R. 


286 


415 Bennett, 


Joseph L. 


37 


1414 Bernner, 


Harry 


113 


1641 Blackpool, 


Peter 


1984 


491 Brack, 


Charles 


194 


819 Brown, 


George E. 


12 


2384 Buckley, 


Jeremiaji J. 


122 


2328 Burke, 


Edward T. 


100 


90 Burke, 


James F. 


14 


1859 Capisto, 


Angelo 


410 


1500 Capodilupo, 


Alfonso 


196 


32 Carter, 


Charles H. 


6 


163 Gloleran, 


John H. 


34 



961 



lCt«- ./u-i/-. ■VunT li, A/. 1^ 



r'^]^ 



962 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. JULY I?, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



1618 

66 

886 

737 
2406 
1284 
1695 
2089 

163 

34 

1319 

2301 

1954 

1559 
1146 

1811 

1249 

892 

1488 

51 

2334 

472 

2350 

747 

313 

1073 

1356 

170 

720 

983 

515 
1734 

205 
2432 

99 
1902 

711 
1055 

194 
1142 
2047 

906 
2379 
2398 



Comerford, 


George W. 


1027 


Conlon, 


Martin 


58 


Conner, 


Prank L. Jr. 


12 


Connolly 


James P. 


33 


Crawford, 


David K. 


86 


Crisafi, 


Alfred E. 


32 


Cunniff , 


James J. 


681 


Cunningham, 


Bernard 


292 


Curley, 


Bernard 


35 


Cur ran. 


John P. 


1 


Dawson, 


Prederick H. 


9 


DePronzo, 


Anthony 


156 


DelOrfano, 


Henry 


19 


Diamond, 


John W. 


40 


Do Ian, 


Peter M. 


54 


Donnelly, 


Patrick 


17 


Donovan, 


Matthew 


42 


Downey, 


Joseph H. 


84 


Duggan, 


James W. 


1037 


Eivers, 


John 


99 


Peethara, 


Moses J. 


54 


Perden, 


Thomas P. 


73 


Pields, 


Dennis C. 


28 


Plynn, 


Thomas 


26 


Prasier, 


Julius P. 


69 


Gaffey, 


John P. 


26 


Griffin, 


Patrick J. 


28 


Grogan, 


John R. 


356 


Hall, 


Emerson R. 


354 


Hart, 


Franklin L. 


26 


Hayes, 


Clarence E. 


376 


Hewitt, 


George W. 


10 


Houston, 


Morton H. 


215 


Igoe, 


John J. Jr. 


39 


Kaplan, 


David L. 


16 


Kennedy, 


William P. 


13 


Kenney , 


James J, 


19 


Kenney, 


John 


1"? 


Kenney, 


John J. 


41 


Langone , 


Charles A, 


100 


Levy, 


Herbert 


34 


Lothrop, 


Herbert R. 


11 


Lowery, 


Pay J. 


22 


Lynch, 


Herbert P. 


379 



P. 



p., 

H. P., 
, B. D. , 



Dorchester av. , 
Charles st., 
Arundel st.. 
Goldsmith St., J. P., 
Humboldt av. , 
Greenleaf st,, Roxbury, 
Massachusetts av., 
Dudley st. , 
Kenton rd, , J. P. , 
Oxford ter., 
Nott St., H. 
Prince st. , 
Sheaf e st., 
Water st., H, 
Webster st. , 
Brackett st, 
Washington st. , C. D. , 
Business st. , H. P. , 
Dorchester av. , 
E. Canton st. , 
Langdon st. , Roxbury, 
Payette st. Watertown, 
Holyoke st., 
Worcester St., 
Pinckney st. , 
Greenwich st. , 
Binney st. , 
Pearl st., Cambridge, 
Coliimbus av., 
Mather st., D. D. , 
Washington st., Dor., 
Davidson st., H. P., 
W. Canton st., 
Penwbod rd., Roxbury, 
Bas tman s t . , Roxbury , 
Cambridge St., 
St. Germain st.. 
Circuit St. , 
Chipman st. , D. D. , 
Endicott St. , 
Creston st., Roxbury, 
James st.. 
Autumn st. , Som. , 
Dorchester st. , 



963 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



1558 Lyons, 
652 Mace, 

307 Mahan, 
1562 Martin, 

631 Maune, 

220 Meade, 
2030 Moulton, 

803 Murray, 
1482 McCarthy, 
1711 McCarthy, 
1251 McCool, 
1273 McDonald, 
1290 McFadden, 
1422 McKeon, 
1057 Negro, 
2413 Norton, 
2375 Pernberton, 
2265 Pezrow, 

473 Raymond, 
1016 Reed, 
1816 Rice, 
1162 Richter, 
1930 Rose, 

523 Safrin, 
1216 Scanlon, 

141 Smith. 
1693 Stanton, 
1925 Sutcliffe, 
1557 Trechokas, 

432Walsh, 
1240 Wheelock, 
i885 Zanditon, 



Frederick J. 


9 


Walter V. 


16 


Prank 


14 


John 


13 


John J. 


43 


Henry J. 


34 


Robert J. 


21 


William A. 


41 


Daniel 


22 


Neil J. 


7 


John J. 


69 


John E. 


27 


John J. 


16 


Patrick J. 


17 


Arthur 


12 


Frederick J. 


27 


William 


369 


Jack D. 


11 


Joseph A. 


93 


Charles H. 


11 


Harold H. 


100 


Emil G. 


29 


Sidney 


369 


Marselen A. 


196 


John V. 


44 


Abraham 


60 


Frank H. 


51 


Horace 


1081 


Peter 


63 


Thomas M. 


68 


Frederick L. 


117 


Saul C. 


104 



Pierce st. , H. P., 
Perry st. , Som. , 
W. Dedhara st. , 
Pierce st. , H. P. , 
Webster st. , B. D. , 
Ward St. , 
Chambers st. , 
Everett st., J. P., 
Rosemont rd. , D. D. 
Albion St. , Som. , 
Charles st. , D. D. , 
Business st., H. P. 
Moulton st. , CD., 
Belvidere st. , 
So. Russell St. , 
Glenwood av., H. P. 
Northampton st. , 
Sutton St. , D. D. , 
Maple St., H. P., 
Concord sq. , 
Tyndale st. , 
Frederick av. 
Hanover st. , 
Trenton st., 
Union Park, 
Lawrence av. , 
"A" Monadnock 
River St. , H. 

I St.. 

St. Germain St., 
St. Botolph St. , 
Blm Hill av. 



W. R • , 

, Medford, 



Roxbury, 

St. , 

P.. 



The application of John J. Igoe Jr. for a license 
#153i4-20 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 634 
Huntington avenue was granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



964 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY I?, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Cohen, 
Worgold, 



Sam 
Joseph 



9 Bower st. , 
18 Rose 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 3I. 1920. 



Barone, 


Joseph 282 Hanover st. , 


Buckle, 


Walter G. North station. 


Humphrey, 


Edward L. 292 Pleasant st.Marblehead, 


Killa-n, 


Leonard A. ( North Station, 


Wheeler, 


Herbert W. ) North Station, 




approved by Nathaniel J. D. Hill, Paymaster, 




Boston & Maine Railroad, North Station, Room 




316. 


Cunningham, 


Frank J. 101 North st.. 


Perrins, 


V/illiara A. 4l8 Centre st., J. P., 


Pollard, 


Frederick H. 101 Causeway st., 


Sant Angelo, 


Joseph A. 429 Hanover st. 



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



Macalusco, 

Mercurio, 

Boos, 



Emanuel 
Pantaleon 
Samuel B. 



93 Norfolk St. , D. 
175 Endicott st. , 
42 Waverly st. 



D. 



963 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1919 . 



Concluded. 



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



Aronson, 
Kn i ght , 
Price, 

Chailler, 

Sprio, 

Yalenezian, 



Benjamin 
Jesse E. ) 
Julius & ( 
Garfield L. ) 
Nathan 
Nishan 



373 Washington st., 
as Jesse S. Knight Auto Co. 
Inc. 161 Columbus av., 

726 Dudley st . , 
491 Tremont st . 



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



Kopelman, 
We i sman , 



Arie 
Atralaam 



453 Washington st., 
5 Meridian st. 



Attest 




966 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COmn SSI ONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, July 16, 1919, 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Rose Hart, 
widow of the late Patrolman Daniel J. Hart of Division 9 deceased 
July 3, current, the sun of Twenty-one and 92/100 (21. 92) Dollars, 
"being the amount due the said Patrolman Hart on the pay-rolls dated 
June 26, and July 3. current, as a police officer of the City of 
Boston. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Hannah G. 
Hoadley, widow of the late Patrolman Thomas H. Hoadley of Division it 
deceased June 29, current, the sum of Forty-three and 83/IOO (4-3.83) 
Dollars, being the amount due the said Patrolman Hoadley on the pay- 
rolls dated Jxine 26, and July 3. current, as a police officer of 
the city of Boston. 



The New England Telephone and Telegraph Company was 
requested to change the telephone in the Signal Service Office, 
Room 11, 37 Pemberton square, from a wall to a desk set. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Boston Gayety Theatre Company, Incorporated, by Sam A. 
Sinclair, President, - to have theatrical exhibitions in the 
Gayety Theatre located at 659-665 Washington street. 



967 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY l6, 1919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 

New Colurabia Company by M. Douglas Flattery, Secretary, - to 
have theatrical exhibitions in the New Colurabia Theatre located at 
978-988 Washington street. 

East Boston Masonic Building Association by Prank C. Wood, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Music Hall located at 344-350 Meridian street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
transfers of their Auctioneers' Licenses were granted:- 



Hurwitz, 
Quigley, 



William H. 

Martin F. 



from 233 Friend St., 
to 169-171 Portland St., 
from 233 Friend st., 
to 169-171 Portland st. 



The application of Arthur C. Sawyer, 1000 Boylston 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2093 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Arthur C. Sawder for a license #40,466 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at ^Al Newbury 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



968 



BOSTOW, lEDlIESDAY, JULY l6, I919. 



Concluded. 



The application of William Hurwitz for a transfer of 
his license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 233 Friend street 
to 169-171 Portland street was granted. 



The application of Patrolman John J. Donovan of Division 
14 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing 
July i5, current, on account of the death of his brother was 
granted without pay. 



The four V,ragon Licenses #1568, 2916, 3489 and 5287 
granted to John B. Daytbn on July 1, 1919. in front of 157 Essex 
street were cancelled by reason bf the licensee having sold his 
wagons. 



Attest: 




jf CleJ^^ 



Chief CI 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, July I7, 1919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



969 



John A, Lawrence was employed as a temporary marine 
fireman at Station 8 for ten days ending July 25, current, with pay 
at the rate of Fourteen Hundred Ten (1410) Dollars per annum. 



Michael J. Lydon was appointed a stenographer for the 
probationary term of six months with pay at the rate of Twelve 
Hundred (1200) Dollars per annum, commencing July 28, current. 



The following order was approved :- 

The liayor and City Council having ordered that an annuity 
be paid from the City Treasury to Alice J. Brennan, widow of Edward 
P. Brennan, formerly a member of the Police Department attached to 
Division I7, who died February 2, 1919, from injuries received while 
in t?ie discharge of his duty, as long as said Alice J. Brennan, 
widow of the said Edward F. Brennan, remains a widow, the amount of 
said annuity being fixed at $300, to be paid from the appropriation 
for Police Department pensions, the Commissioner therefore 

Ordered: That the name of Alice J, Brennan, widow of the 
aforesaid Edward F. Brennan, be placed on the Department pension 
roll with an allowance of Three Hundred (300) Dollars per annum 
payable monthly in sums of Twenty-five (25) Dollars, commencing 
July 15, 1919. 



970 



BOSTOII, THURSDAY, JULY I7, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year 
ending June 30, I920. 



2433 Brown, 
210 Chase, 

2434 DePaino, 

2435 Mariani, 



Chester F. 
Leon E. 
Dona to 
Eugene 



124^ Otis St., E. Cambridge, 
40 Brookline st., Cainb., 
21 Kingman av.. Revere, 
7 Rollins ct., Roxbury. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



155.163 
143,529 
129,595 



Day, John J. 
Depiano, Dona to 
Mariani, Eugene 



in a garage at 

n II II II 

" rear of 



628 E. Fourth St. , 
36 Warren st., C. D. , 
8 Stafford st. Rox. 



The application of Joseph Harder, 77 Dover street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



On information filed by Captain Perley S. Skillings of 
Division 9 that Max Pepper, a licensed junk collector, was in court 
on July 16, current, for purchasing old iron junk from Coleman 
Flaherty, 14 years of age, July 9, I919, on Lansdown street, the 
Junk Collector's License granted to the said Max Pepper, 40 
Leverett street, on April 30, I919, was revoked. 



971 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 17. 1919. 



Contd- 



The application of the General Diaz Band, consisting of 
twenty-five musicians, by Generoso Rossi, 353 Hanover street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with the members of the 
Church of the Sacred Heart, on Sunday, July 20, current, from 4 to 
7.30 P' ^' I *&8 granted. 

Route: Prom North square to North street, Richmond, Hanover, 
Prince, Salem, Cooper and Endicott streets, Keany square, Prince, 
Salera, Sheafe, Snowhill, Hull, Salem, Charter, Hanover, Battery, 
Commercial, North, Clark, Hanover, Tileston, Salem, North Bennet, 
Hanover, Fleet and North streets, North square, Moon, Fleet and 
Garden Court streets to North square. 



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



Dyer, 


Walter R. 


Golub, 


Charles 


Lauria, 


Rocco 




approved by 


Moning, 


William E. 




approved by 




Boston & Mai 


Shore, 


Harry D. 




approved by 



330 Dartmouth st,, 
955 Blue Hill av. , 
333 Main st. , Medford, 
Julius C. Morse, Vice President, 
Leopold Morse Company, 

2 Copeland pi., Roxbury, 
C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
ne Terminal Division, Boston, 

82 Fays ton st., 
Isidor Cabinet, 3^^^ Washington st. 



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



Cincotta, 
Cusolito, 
Lanigan, 
Taub, 



Louis 
Lawrence 
Joseph E. 
Aaron 



340 Baker st., W. R. , 
198 Belgrade av. , 
587 Columbia rd. , 
8 Waumbeck st. 



972 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 1?, I919. 



Contd. 



^..>»wc^ 5.1, f '\V- 



On the application of the Washington Street Olympia 
Company by Irving A. Isaacs, Clerk, Edward R. Johnson was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of 
Gordon's Olympia Theatre located at 658 Washington street for the 
year ending March 31, I920. 



^^^^ySL.^K^']^^- 



(T 



On the application of Major E. F. Sprague, Surgeon in 
charge, George G. Waterman was appointed a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises of the United States Public 
Health Service Hospital located on Parker Hill, Roxbury, for the 
year ending March 31 , 1920. 



On the application of Michael H. Crowley, Superintendent 
of police, Joseph A. Hoey was appointed a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises of the House of Detention and 
the several Police Stations while loading and unloading prisoners 
and as driver of the Police Van, for the year ending March 31, I920. 

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



The application of Barney Goodman, 10 Eaton street, for a 
license #013923 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was granted 
until March 1, 1920. 



Patrolman Daniel F. Dwyer who was granted an indefinite 
leave of absence April 22, I918, to enter the service of the United 
States Array, having been honorably discharged therefrom, returned 
to duty at Station 3 at 5.45 P. M. , July 17, 19I9. 



973 



BOSTOU, THURSDAY, JULY I?, 1919. 



Concluded. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sum 
of Six Hundred Seventy (670) Dollars, being the amount required to 
pay the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund 
for the month ending July 31, current, to be charged to the Police 
Charitable Fund Income. 



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



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

To tal , 



$ 1,166.66 

416.66 

13.968.91 

115.552.23 



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 :- 

$ 26.30 
23.01 
30.68 
52.60 

#132. 59 



Patrol. 


Charles H. Bullock, 


Div. 


4, 


6 


days. 


H 


Arthur F. Shea, 


II 


10. 


7 


« 


N 


Michael J. Shea, 


II 


15. 


7 


II 


N 


James S. Norton, 


II 


16. 


12 


n 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending July I7, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 



Total, 



$52,802.24 
626.09 
528.35 
199. '*2 

63.85 
$54,219.95 



Attest : 




Chief Cle 



974 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, July I8, 1^19. 



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 
examination of the Patrolmen in the Boston Police Department for 
promotion to the grade of Sergeant, on Thursday, August 14, 1919. 
the place and hour of examination to be announced later, and all 
members of the Police Force below the grade of Sergeant who have 
served continuously for a period of six years or more and are now 
receiving the maximum pay of a Patrolman will be eligible for same. 

The subjecte and weights of examination will be as 
follows: Experience, (9); report, (3); questions on police law 
and procedure (including rules and regulations of the department), 
(8); total, 20. 

Applications may be obtained at the office of the Civil 
Service Coraraispion, Rooms 148-152, State House, and Patrolmen 
desirous of taking this examination are directed to obtain, fill 
out properly and return to the Civil Service Commission said 
application 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. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, I920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Dagmar E. Anderson and Arthur Anderson - to haVe exhibitions 
of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments in the Mattapan 
Theatre located at 512 River street. 

Albert H. Mailey - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Brighton Theatre located at 400 
Market street, Brighton. 

John V. Rock - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Ideal Theatre located at 53C 
Dudley street. 



975 



BOSTON. FRIDAY. JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applicatioii of Benjamin Kozrninsky, 106 Maple street, 
Roxbury, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1976 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, I920. 



The application of the Bay View Auto Company by Sven 0. 
Hanson for two licenses #0455A and C455D to set up and use Hackney 
Carriages in a garage at 137 I street was granted for the year 
ending June 30, 1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hand Cart Licensee were granted for the year ending June 30, I92O. 



68 Bernardo, Antonio 

2 Bernardo, Christin 
58 Bernardo, Vincent 
72 Bucella, Luigi 
83 Caggiano, Marciano 
11 Cappozio, Joseph 
91 Cappouzi, Luciano 
18 Carbone, John 

5 Cella, Generoso 
39 Ghiovo, Vincenzo 

9 Colaruso, Giuseppe 
32 Contafgiris, William 
45 Cornetta, Louis 
80 D'Amelio, Michael 
36 DeBasa, John 

10 DeMarco, Beni 
67 DiMarco, Carlo 

11 DiMarco, Frank 
13 Emperato, Antonio 



Division 


1. 










in 


front 


Of 


10 


Mechanic 


St.. 


n 


H 


H 


16 


Parmenter 


« 


n 


H 


N 


10 


Mechanic 


H 


H 


H 


n 


28 


Hull 


H 


n 


H 


II 


13 


Sheafe 


N 


n 


H 


H 


36 


Cross 


N 


N 


N 


H 


36 


Cross 


If 


n 


n 


H 


146 


Prince 


H 


n 


II 


II 


17 


Sheafe 


II 


n 


H 


H 


4 


Douglass 


ct. , 


n 


11 


II 


6 


Salutation 


St. , 


H 


11 


II 


10 


Mechanic 


•1 


H 


II 


II 


33B 
287 


Commercial 


II 


n 


•1 


n 


Causeway 


tt 


n 


•• 


II 


29 


North 


sq.. 


n 


N 


M 


214 


North 


St., 


H 


n 


II 


31 


Tileston 


M 


II 


n 


•1 


l8i 


Moon 


II 


H 


N 


n 


27 


Charter 


N 



976 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. JULY l8, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Hand Cart Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Division 1 - concluded. 



85 Freda, Pasquale 
46 Georgopulos, Christus 
87 Giangregorio, Antonio 
63 Giordano, Felice 

40 Gourio, Joseph 
76 Kariolis, George 
o4 Lazzaro, Antdnio 

19 LoChetto, Ciriaco 
6 Logatto, Michael 

61 Luciano, Carlo 
24 Luongo, Vincenzo 
4 Martino, Gaetano 
71 Maeiello, Pelligrino 

41 Mattarazzo, Giaconio 

52 Mattarazzo, Satino 

20 Nazzaro, Licenzo 

53 Olivieri, Angelo 
56 Petris, George 

^'^ Piccardo, Benjamin 
78 Picciotti, Leo 

26 Repucci, Joseph 

27 Repucci, Michael 
29 Rizzo, Sabino 

74 Savioli, James 

89 Spinazola, Pasquale 

54 Spinelli, Virgilio 
44 Spirito, Domenico 



in 


front 


Of 


160 Salem 


St. , 


H 


II 


II 


75 Endicott 


II 


H 


II 


•1 


48 Fleet 


n 


II 


II 


II 


4 Keith's All 


ey, 


II 


II 


II 


84 Endicott 


St. , 


II 


It 


It 


10 Mechanic 


It 


II 


n 


If 


36 Lewis 


II 


II 


II 


n 


157 Salem 


tl 


« 


n 


n 


32 Sheafe 


H 


II 


II 


i« 


134 Revere 


av.. 


•1 


II 


II 


5 Baker's Alley, 


n 


II 


N 


18 No. Bennet 


St. , 


•1 


II 


II 


5 Mechanic 


ct. , 


•1 


II 


II 


5 Battery 


St. , 


II 


II 


II 


5 Mechanic 


ct.. 


II 


II 


n 


49 No. Margin 


St.. 


II 


II 


II 


3 Snowhill 


II 


II 


II 


II 


49 No. Margin 


II 


II 


II 


II 


70 Charter 


It 


II 


•1 


II 


292 North 


n 


H 


n 


II 


loi- Moon 


II 


n 


II 


II 


l8i Moon 


II 


n 


H 


II 


28 prince 


n 


on 




Quincy ct., 




in 


front 


of 


58 No. Margin 


(t 


n 


II 


II 


5 Cleveland 


pi. , 


n 


n 


n 


34 Cross 


St. 



The application of Myer Franklin, 646 Harrison avenue, 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30. 1920. 



977 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of the Panfara Band, consisting of twenty | 
musicians, by Santo DiGregorio, 232 Hanover street, for a Collective! 
Musicians' License to parade with the Mutual Benefit Societj', 
Citizens of Pietraperzia, on Sunday, July 20, current, from 1 to 
3.30 p. m. , was granted. 

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



The application of Emil 0. Trapp, 853 Beacon street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



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



Moshkowitch, 

Powers, 

Williams, 

Williams, 



Wolf 

Thomas R. 
Edmund L. 

Edmund L. 



6 Salem St., 
63 W. Canton st. , 
as Joseph A. Williams, 
89 Court St. , 
as Joseph A. Williams, 
183 Devonshire st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



1872 
3163 
3126 
3178 
3164 





Division 1, 








Carty, Stephen J. 


in front 


Of 


129 Cross 


St. , 


Cesario, Ignazio 


It n 


H 


539 Hanover 


n 


Duffy, Philip A. 


H n 


tl 


55 Haverhill 


It 


Ferrugio, Giuseppe 


II n 


n 


337 North 


N 


Lamonica, Pifano 


H •• 


H 


337 North 


H 



978 



V 



''iWv. 3.i, 



i443 



'i^.^ex-A-i-.-Kj^ ar' |»'.v(»4j. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 1 - concluded. 



Rindone, Santo 
Roma Importing Co. 
Ruaso, Salvatore 
William, Roy N. 



r 



Weeks & Hatch Transfer 



3169 

3173 
3170 
1764 

2773 

1146 
4327 
5068 
3805 
3806 

5038 
5505 
5504 



104 

1478 

2865 

3050f Augusta 8c Oilman 

110 
2735 

6488 
6470 
2340 

1305 
2326 

5003 

455 
2482 
5004 
2543 

440 

5006 

2327 

2538 
2548 

2783 
2535 
4293i 
10041 

10095 
6467 

31791 

37951 



in front 



J! 

N 
H 
N 
tt 



OoV 

N 



H 

n 
«• 
n 
n 
n 
II 
•1 
II 
n 
n 

N 



Of 
tt 

n 

tt 

H 
It 
N 

n 
It 

H 

It 
tt 
II 



337 North 
163 Fulton 

19 No. Margin 
Public Alley #102, 
21i North 

49 No. Market 

49 



St. , 

tt 



Division 2. 



49 
51 
51 
52 
52 
52 



n 
It 
II 

H 
II 
II 
H 



^ 



7- 



Bradeen, Art^iur S. 
Brady's Express Go. 



in front of 

It II n 

If II N 

n 11 n 

n n II 



26 Hawley 
26 •• 
26 " 
26 •• 
32 



Hawley st. s.w.cor. Milk 



Buchanan, W. M. & Co. 



II H 

in front of 

H H H 

N H H 

II N N 

II H II 

II 11 II 

H 11 II 

It tt tl 

N n H 

If It II 

H II n 

H tl H 

If n II 

It II tl 

It tt n 

II n It 

If n H 

If H It 



69 Pearl 

54 Chatham 

loO Congress 

156 Franklin 

180 " 

180 " 

182 " 

182 " 

182 " 

284 " 

174 High 
174 H 

184 " 
117 Pearl 
117 " 

117 " 
142 " 
200 Purchase 



N 
N 
H 
N 
II 
N 
N 
K 
H 
H 
II 

n 

H 
N 
N 
H 
H 
N 
M 
M 
N 
II 
If 
M 

n 



Buchanan, C. H. Transp't'n Co. in front of 30 Wendell st., 



Burgess, August 
Capone, Joseph A. 



in front of 

If tl n 



54 Chatham 
138 Pearl 



St. , 
It 



979 



BOSTON, 5!RIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenaea Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



67 


Caahraan, Thomas 




in 


front 


of 


240 


Congress 


St., 


6469 


Collins, John F. 




« 


H 


H 


21 


Pearl 


M 


475 


1 




It 


n 


II 


32 


Court 


sq. , 


2132 


Culgin, Charles 




n 


n 


If 


32 


n 


N 


6503, 


' 




« 


n 


N 


32 


n 


N 


6504 






H 


n 


n 


32 


n 


It 


4959 


Dawes, Harry 




n 


rear 


n 


50 


Franklin 


St., 


4967 


r 
















4122' 


L DeCouroey, James 


J. 


|: 


front 


M 


6-8 


Brattle 


M 


6489^ 


f 




H 


H 


10 


Brattle 


tt 


5176 


Delap, George 




N 


H 


H 


51 


Hanover 


tt 


3659 


Donahue, Cornelius 


n 


H 


11 


53 


tt 


H 


684 


^ Donovan, Patrick 


J. 


M 


rear 


n 


City Hall, Court 


sq., 


4678' 

42f5] 




""^M 


front 


H 


523 


Atlantic 


av., 


4271 






N 


H 


H 


523 


tt 


M 


5988 






N 


II 


H 


523 


n 


N 


2428 


^ Dowling, J. E. & 


Co. 


H 


n 


H 


163- 


.165 Oliver 


St. , 


4417 




^ 


n 


11 


H 


163- 


.165 


tt 


310 






Pearl st. 


cor. Atlantic av. , 




414 






« 


n 


It 




N N 




944J 


h 




" 


It 


H 




« N 




6494- 






■ on 




Bosworth 


St. , 




6495 






in 


front 


of 


48-50 


Franklin 


St. , 


6496 






M 


H 


N 


48-50 


n 


n 


2672 






n 


n 


n 


48-50 


« 


H 


2673 






N 


H 


« 


48-50 


It 


tt 


6497 


^ Dunn, D. W. & Co. 


^ 


N 


•I 


H 


58-60 


n 


tt 


6498 






n 


M 


« 


26 


Oliver 


n 


6499 






N 


•1 


H 


26 


M 


tt 


6500 






M 


•• 


H 


4 


Province 


Ct.. 


1394 






M 


« 


n 


8 


It 


n 


6501 






n 


H 


tt 


8 


It 


n 


650^ 






N 


•1 


M 


126 


Water 


St. , 


70"^ 


















1968 


















6480 


^ Gibbs Express Co 




n 


N 


» 


103 


Central 


tt 


6481 


















648^ 


















2681 






( " 


M 


n 


163 


Purchase 


N 


3357 


; Glover, H. C. & ( 

1 


30. 


1 " 


II 


II 


175 


n 


N 


5130 




J " 


•1 


n 


175 


N 


W 


3797 






( ** 


N 


n 


177 


M 


N 



980 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd. 



i^. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



3356) 

3546( Glover, H. C. & Co, 

4121 

5129; 

3183 

449c Guptill, S. H. 

6486) 



v^ ai'.p.ft.^j. 6243 Hess, Walter V. 



647?i 

1391 

6473 
5441 

5477 
6475 

; 3990 

4213i 

9871 
4625 
5194 
271 
484 
5161 
5158 
4266 

1953 

107 

1116 

4394 

864 

3396 

5196 

2527 

973 

2954 

2092 

. ^^ 
6490 

6491 

6492 

6493 
1061 

711 

1385 

4381 

926 



7 Jenness, A. T. & Co. 



.7 Knight, P. & Son Corp'n 



Purchase 


St. 


n.w.cor, Gridley 


St. , 


in 


front 


of 


155 Pearl 


St. , 


« 


n 


tt 


15 Devonshire 


n 


""« 


H 


tt 


137 Congress 


It 


H 


H 


M 


137 


N 


11 


« 


n 


139 


m 


H 


H 


H 


180-182 " 


tt 


n 


H 


tt 


180-182 " 


H 


H 


tt 


tt 


180-182 •• 


H 


It 


H 


tt 


117 Franklin 


tt 


tt 


« 


tt 


221 High 


tt 


"^ 


tt 


n 


423 Atlantic 


av.. 


M 


tt 


i« 


512 •• 


H 


n 


tt 


« 


514 " 


M 


H 


tt 


tt 


516 " 


« 


M 


tt 


tt 


530 


« 


N 


« 


tt 


76 Batterymarch St., 


N 


tt 


tt 


82 


H 


N 


tt 


tt 


38 central 


St. , 


W 


tt 


« 


105 Congress 


« 


« 


tt 


n 


270 


n 


H 


tt 


tt 


270 " 


II 


tt 


n 


N 


289 " 


tt 


N 


tt 


H 


291 " 


tt 


tt 


n 


It 


291 " 


N 


N 


n 


» 


293 


tt 


n 


H 


tt 


150 Franklin 


« 


Franklin 


St. 


s.e.cor. Oliver 


M 




tt 


tt 


tt M N tt 


tt 


in 


front 


of 


97 High 
28 Oliver 


tt 


tt 


tt 


« 


tt 


M 


tt 


tt 


40 " 


N 


tt 


tt 


tt 


40 " 


tt 


tt 


tt 


tt 


40 


N 


N 


« 


H 


40 '• 


« 


N 


N 


n 


45 " 


N 


H 


n 


n 


61 


tt 


tt 


« 


n 


61 


tt 


tt 


n 


tt 


61 " 


tt 


tt 


« 


n 


63 " 


N 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8,. 1919. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



2083 
40 
1072 
2115 
712 
1246 

37 
1310}^ Knight, P. & Son Corp'n^ 
460 

1008 
1462 
2076 
2113 
4404 
2637) Freeman, John F. & Co. 

3579r 

501Y 

1256 

1456/- Lindsay, M. L. 

1032 

266S, 

4693]! Lord's Everett Ex. 

4705f 

6460 Mar tell, Frank J. 

423fl 

4251 

426l;r Merritt-Munroe & Arnold 

4262 

549U 

64o8 Monahan's Auto Express 

5977) 

59781 McDermott & Co. 

2938 



in 


front 


of 


65 


Oliver 


St. , 


n 


n 


II 


97 


n 


n 


n 


•1 


n 


172 


n 


H 


n 


H 


)• 


64 


Pearl 


n 


n 


n 


n 


76 


tt 


H 


It 


n 


n 


114 


tt 


M 


tt 


n 


II 


116 


n 


M 


n 


tt 


H 


126 


n 


N 


11 


II 


H 


129 


11 


H 


H 


•1 


II 


37 


Wendell 


n 


n 


II 


H 


37 


n 


II 


n 


H 


n 


39 


n 


n 


n 


n 


n 


42 


« 


tt 


M 


n 


II 


44 


tt 


n 


M 


H 


n 


89 


n 


N 


N 


« 


II 


118 


Pearl 


H 


H 


•I 


n 


14 


Brattle 


sq., 


n 


•1 


tt 


17 


Hanover 


St., 


N 


n 


n 


55 


Hanover 


tt 


n 


n 


« 


75 


tt 


N 


n 


N 


n 


81 


« 


tt 


H 


II 


II 


32 


Court 


sq.. 



15 Devonshire st.. 



Ex. Co. in front of 89 Broad 



in front of 


89 Broad 


n 


n n n 


177 High 


tt 


11 tt H 


179 " 


H 


tt n tt 


195 " 


N 



981 



982 



BOSTON, FRIDAY. JULY l8, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - concluded. 



2622 
















2643 


McGoldrick, John 


in 


front 


of 


115 


Pearl 


St. , 


2652 
















5599) 
















1701 


Nantasket, Allerton & Hull 


Ex. on 


Rowe ' s 


Wharf, 




6471 ][ New England Express 
64721- 
652) 


in 


front 


of 


103 


Central 


It 


N 


N 


n 


40 


Batterymarch St., 


2926 


O'Connor, John 


« 


rear 


It 


118 


Summer 


St. , 


2929' 




n 


II 


It 


118 


It 


II 


5276; 


Prince, C. F. 


n 


front 


Of 


85 


Purchase 


II 


5772) 


* 














949 


Richardson, W. A. 


opi 


). 4 Park 


St., Common side, 




6478I 


Robinson, E. A. 


in 


front 


Of 


32 


Court 


eq.. 


6479 r 














3145 


RoxTDury Transfer Co. 


•i 


n 


It 


103 


Central 


St. , 


6464^ 
















6465 


Ryan Transp't'n Co. 


H 


11 


N 


36 


Broad 


M 


6466^ 
















3722] 
3986i 


Salsman, Peter A. , 


n 
n 


n 

H 


II 

n 


3? 
46 


So, Market 
It II 


H 
II 


5873 




It 


N 


It 


121 


Federal 


II 


5874 




« 


N 


II 


121 


It 


It 


3343 


Shaughnesay & Ahern Co. 


H 


II 


N 


101- 


.103 Pearl 


It 


3355 




H 


n 


II 


101- 


.103 


II 


3450 


1 


M 


II 


n 


101- 


.103 •' 


It 


6487 


Smith, Nathaniel E. 


n 


H 


It 


180 


Purchase 


II 


1238 




11 


tt 


It 


209 


Franklin 


It 


1267 




n 


n 


ti 


209 


It 


H 


4433 




n 


M 


M 


209 


H 


N 


4438 




N 


H 


It 


209 


N 


N 


4637 




H 


w 


It 


209 


H 


It 


2849 


Somes, A. M. 


n 


•» 


It 


27 


Matthews 


II 


4607 




n 


It 


It 


27 


It 


II 


2726 




1) 


H 


It 


53 


Oliver 


n 


2731 




n 


•1 


•1 


53 


It 


H 


2737 
6483 




H 


n 


n 


53 


It 


It 




n 


11 


It 


53 


It 


tt 


6484 




n 


n 


H 


53 


It 


H 


2662 




n 


It 


H 


85 


Pearl 


M 


6456 


1 Swanson's Belmont Ex. 


n 


H 


It 


36 


Merchants 


row, 


6457 


r 














6476 


1 Walfish, Harry M. 


II 


rear 


H 


530 


Atlantic 


av. , 


6477 


r 














6485 


Watts, James H. 


N 


front 


Of 


131 


High 


St. 



983 



BOSTOU, FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 3' 



4548 
2581 
3l86r 
6507 
2772 
6506 
4180 
4210 
4171 



3187 

3196 

1140) 

1459 

14-79 

1568 

2916 

3489 

5287 

3229 

6509 

4701 

2276) 

4805, 
5644 

5875) 

2586 

4521 

4860 

3197] 



6510 
6607 
3198) 

32oor 
65111 

65l2r 
6513 



Cohen, Meyer 
Hanlon, William H. 

McDougall, Alex 
Rees, Walter S. 



in front of 
" stable at 



26 Minot 
44 Pitts 



St. , 



Joy St. in front of 41 Mt. Vernon st. 



in front of 



Shaughnessy & Ahern Co. " 



Division 4. 

in front of 

N H W 
N H N 

Estabrooks & Sibley Co.; " " " 

U H M 



Bazer, Joseph M. 
Ducey, Henry M, J. 



Grush, Charles A. 



Kramer , Samuel 
Levy, Herman 
Morrissey, John J. 

McHeffey Express Go, 



Sanborn & Co. 's Ex. 



H 

N 
N 
H 

n 
« 
tt 



Division 5» 



Aspro Bros. 
Bassett, Ronald 
Cleary, Patrick E. 

Gwynn, Clifford T. 

Ward & Healey 



in front of 

n II H 



86 Sudbury 

7i Char don 

108 Portland 



141 Harrison 
55 South 

37 South 

38 " 
38 " 



St. , 



av. , 
St. , 



157 Essex 



1 Columbia 
37 Winchester 

7 Hudson 
76 Kingston 
46 Lincoln 
46 " 
46 " 

130 Bedford 



410 Albany " 

1619 Washington " 

127 W. Canton " 

136 W. Brookline st. , 

600 Tremont at. 



984 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd. 



in front of 309 A 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 6. 

445 

1475 

1567 

1704 

5021 
; 5022 
i 5039 

5433 Annable, Harrison W. 

5531 
529 
6514. 
2124 

4770 

477i 

4774. 

6515) 

o5l6( Boston Development & 

6517) Sanitary Co. 

4-395) Gillard, George A. 

4-794) 

3501 Grady, James F. 

498 

501 

502 Hackett & Lantry 

514 

516 

537 

6580 Hanrahan, Timothy L. 

1087) 

4109( Hayes, Daniel W. 

4124{ 

5058) 

2371 Kelly, Maurice A. 

1731) Kenires, John A. 

4518) 

2890 Lynch, Michael j. 

3833 
3847 

3858 Merchants Delivery Co. Inc. in front of ^l-k Pish Pier, 

3860 

4014 

4046. 



St. , 



* * •• 21 Pittsburgh •• 

" garage at 3^9 Southampton " 

" front of 216 C " 

B St. n.w.cor. W. Broadway, 

in front of 323-327 W. Fourth st. 

" « " 386 W. Broadway, 

* " " 16 Macallen st., 



N n 

on 



53 D 
Fish Pier, 



in front of 410 W. Broadway, 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 6 - concluded. 

6518 

6519 

6520 

6521 Merchants Delivery Co. Inc. in front of 3li Fish Pier, 
I 6522 

6523 
' 6524. 

1477 

1492 

5099 Moore, F. L. & Co. 

5109 

6526 

6527. 
4507) 

4508 ( Moulton & Holmes 
4523) 
1942) 

1966} Nihill, Nora A. 
4971) 
6529) 

6530( O'Neill, Edward B. 
6528) 
306 Telless, Charles B. 



in front of 32I-325 Summer st. , 

" •• " 321-325 " " 

" " 321-325 •• " 

II H H 321-325 " " 

It n n ■3 5'7_15Q w •• 



n n 



327-329 
327-329 



It II 



* •• " 373 Dorchester av., 
A St. cor. Wormwood St., 



(in front of 224 C St., 

) " stable at 23I Bowen " 

{ " front of 232 W. Broadway, 

n II « 3^0 W. Broadway. 

Division 7, 

in front of 517 Orleans st.. 



534-8) Collins, James j. 

5692 

5708) 

5709! East Boston Contracting Co. in front of I80 London 

5711 1 

5729) 

4240 Gaber, Joseph in front of 114 Porter 

3206 Liberti, Ettore " " •• 128 Marginal 

6531) 

6532{ Magee Express Co. ' 4-6 Henry 

6533) 

2131) Murphy, Charles E. m n •• 26 Faxon 

4684) 

1025 

2896 

3109 P;armenter, Charles G. « « » 116 Border 

3238 

3337. 



985 



986 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 7 " concluded. 



^. 



.V*%/: *!',{». ii4i 



2816) 

4866 ( 
5945) 



3207 
6542 

3209) 
4294 ( 

2157) 
646 
724 
725 
729 

.743. 

6538) 

6539) 
4039) 
6535( 
6536 ( 
6537) 
1555 
2379) 
5071 
183) 
2465) 
6534 
6543 
3210 
6541 
6540 



1339) 

4440 ( 
3796) 
5952 
6461 
4644) 
3211) 
280 



Shapiro, David 



Basil & Brown 
Beriaer, Harry 

Cronin, Patrick 



Dooley, James F. 



Downey, Walter B. 



Harris, John P. 



Hurley, Frank C. 
Mar tell, Alexander 

Norton, Thomas J. 

Porter, Charles C. 
Ruskin, Jacob S. 
Tuliraieri, Pellegrino 
Walkup, Lester W. 
Walsh, Edward C. 



Beck, Anton C. 

Civita, Vincenzo 
Cousins & Johnson 
Faulk, Joseph 

Franklin, William H. 



in front of 137 Chelsea st. 



Division 9. 



in front of 

N 11 n 



/ H H 

^ n H 



72 Humboldt av . , 
194 Magnolia st. , 
233 Blue Hill av., 
233 



(Magazine st. cor. Dudley 



st. , 



in front of 



7 Fellows pi. , 



" 760 Dudley st. , 



Harrison av. s.w. cor. Dudley 



in front of 

n n n 



361 Warren 
334 Warren 

17 Bainbridge 



" 16 Partridge pi. , 
" 2030 Washington st., 
•• 35 Dacia •' 
" Wright's Garage, Partridge pi., 
in front of 1 Hartford ter. 



n tt 

H M 

II n 



Division 


10. 








in 


front 


Of 


18 Chestnut 


av. , 


n 

n 

M 




H 

n 
n 


H 
II 
II 


574 Shawmut 
142 Lenox 
644 Shawraut 


H 

St. , 

av.. 


H 




w 


n 


8 Kendall 


St. , 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919- 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 10 - concluded. 



987 



3413) 
6544 


Fray, James A. & Go. 


in 


front 


Of 


597 "B" Shawraut av.. 














5785 


Gray, Robert S. 


n 


N 


H 


772 Shawmut 


av. , 


4295) 














369) 
374) 

3295 


Griffin, John J. 


n 


« 


H 


7 Bolster 


St. , 


Hardy, Alfred S. 


H 


tt 


n 


89 Roxbury 


n 


4615 


Krotman, Sadie 


n 


tt 


H 


1029 Tremont 


n 


5257) 


Loanes, James S. 


( " 


tt 


H 


1179 Columbus 


av., 


2656) 




( " 


« 


N 


1410 Tremont 


st. , 


6545 


Mills Sc Unas 


tt 


II 


It 


753 Shawmut 


av. , 


442 


Mitchell, Charles 


n 


« 


tt 


583 Shawmut 


n 


5618 


Mullett, George W. 


n 


H 


« 


1341 Columbus 


tt 


3091 


McAnirlin & Morgan 


Washington st 


. s.w.cor. W. Lenox st.. 


6546 


Saunders, Robert M. 


in 


front 


Of 


127 Longwood 


av. , 


3696) 


Whalen, Thomas F. 


H 


n 


H 


964 Tremont 


St. 


3674) 
















Division 11. 








5081 


Blair, David L. 


in 


front 


Of 


153 Pleasant 


St. , 


6459 


Boland, Robert 


M 


garag€ 


i at 


140 Bowdoin 


N 


1325 


Buckley, Bartholomew 


N 


front 


of 


160 Pleasant 


tt 


2961) 
3361) 


Carney, Patrick F. 


Freeport 


St. 


cor. Beach 


tt 














3708 


Craven, Owen 


in 


front 


of 


3 Richfield 


tt 


6547 


Damon, Leonard L. 


n 


H 


tt 


96 Sawyer 


av. , 


6548) 
6549) 


DeLorenzo Bros. 


« 


tt 


tt 


172 Neponset 


tt 














4643 


Duchaney, Eugene B. 


H 


It 


n 


1495 Dorchester 


n 


6550 


Fiore, James 


M 


n 


n 


1115 


tt 


4426 


Fisher, Edwin 


on 




Dunn ter.. 




6551) 














6552( 


Gilson, Jason 


in 


front 


of 


140 Bowdoin 


St. , 


6553) 














6554 


Glennon, William H. 


H 


n 


N 


47 Van Winkle 


n 


6555 


Glidden, Frank N. 


n 


II 


tt 


40 Charles 


tt 

1 


6463 


Hale, Charles F. 


n 


« 


tt 


132-138 Park 


N 


366 


Holt, Charles E. 


It 


H 


M 


17 Annabel 


tt 


6556) 


Keene, Alanson F. 


in 


front 


Of 


61 Beaumont 


H 


6557) 












t 


6558) 


Lakeman, Alfred 


tt 


H 


» 


1174 Dorchester 


av. , 


6559) 















t. -«*~«- '>>t«~ II, I<146, p.*-'', V-»V i' 



988 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Lyons, John H. 



in front of 231 Codman 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 11 - concluded. 

6560 Lundin Steel Casting Co. in front of 41 Norwood St., 

3970 
3946 
3948 

3949 
3952 
3957 
3960 

3968 

3969. 

3260 

3266 

6561 

6562 

6563 

6564. 

29) 

5258) 

6565 

6566 

6567 

6568) 

6569 

4344 

6570 



Lyons & Murphy 

Maloney, John J. 

McDougall & Pitonof 

Noble, Arthur E. 

Rogers, Arthur G. H. 
Sullivan, Joseph A, 
Sullivan, Leo J. 



N n 



1479 Dorchester av., 



St. , 



12 Plain 

7 Everdean 
64 Linden 



" " •• 103 Hancock " 
Stoughton St. n.e.cor. Columbia rd.. 



in front of 
Division 12. 



25 Leedsville st. 



1918 

1924 

2046 

2073 

2135 

2198 

2213 

2268 

2272 

2275 

6571 

6572. 

4023) 

6573) 



McCabe, Joseph P. 



in front of 



604 £. Second 



Telless, Charles B. 



{ - 



492 E. Broadway, 

4Q'7 M M 



989 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 14. 
Allston Transfer Co. in front of 262 Franklin st., 



6574) 

6575) 
4143) 
4308 ( 
5602) 

2524 

1719) 

5435) 

3213 
6576) 

5637 ( 
3218 

6577 

657^ 

2467 



6579 
234) 

1114( 
3223) 
1361) 
1365) 



65^1) 
6582) 

^5§3) 
6584) 
6458 

4401 
5444 
6585 
6586 

658? 
6588. 
6589 
6590 



American By. Sx. Co. 

Anderson, August 
Beck, Elisha T. 

Douglas, Oscar B. 

Hill, Thomas W. 

Warren, E. W. 

Warren, Joseph W. 



•• Allston Railroad Station 



H N n 
N n N 


10 Sutherland 
110 Hano 


rd., 
st. , 


" stable at 


20 Braintree 


« 


" front of 


31 Hopedale 


H 


n H •) 


374 Cambridge 


n 


n Emery rd. 




on 15. 






n front of 


53 Front 


St. , 


n n H 


60 Lawrence 


H 


H N H 


26 Polk 


H 



Hynes, Dennis C. 
McGranachan, James J. 

Division 16. 

Barney's Baggage Transfer in front of 10 St. Botolph " 

Beyers, Charles in front of 60 Falmouth " 

Foley, Paul H. h « »• n queensberry •• 



•{^ -^.c-^jt^ %^ 3,4, laiO, fiOA, UaC.iy . 



Fraser & Walker 



Gebo, peter Jr. 
Henry, George B. 



n 

N 



143 Providence " 



7 "A" Dundee 
24 Dundee 



990 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division l6 - concluded. 



6591) 
6592( 

6593) 
; 6594 

-{^.,t.»,a^.V*vr as', |D.i(i+3. ' 3227 

6595 



6596 

6598) 

6599) 
6600 ( 
6601) 
6602 



%^. Aa_t h^ li/i.C. f.l.lt.uAS'l 



1452 
3233) 

3241 ( 
3246( 

3249) 

6604 

3228 

6603 

3141 

5291) 

5292) 

3671 



1429 
687) 
689 ( 
5667 ( 
5668) 
6605 
6606 



Johnson, Opie L. 

Keddy, Walter 0, 
Proctor, John L. 
Sharp, John T. 

Spry, Joseph 
Tibbetts, Arthur R. 



White's Express Co, 
Whitford, James 

Bader, Joseph 
Bryan, Edward T. 



Cincotta, Louis 
Clinton, James H. 
Godfrey, Eugene W. 
Lillis, Martin 
Ray, Frank 

Truesdale, Samuel 



in front of 



61 St. Germain st. , 



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

on Stanhope ct. , 

St. Stephen st. n.w.cor. Massachusetts 

av. , 
Falmouth st.s.e.cor. Massachusetts av, 
Norway st. s.w.cor. " " 



in front of 

n n H 

Division 17. 

in front of 



n N 

H n 

n N 

N n 



Buck, Henry B. 
Downey, Thomas F. 



Division I8. 

in front of 
N N n 



6 Bickerstaff st. , 
788 Beacon st. 

8 Dunbar ton rd. , 
951 Canterbury st.. 



1856 Centre " 

497 Hyde Park av . , 

119 Park St. , 

310 Spring •' 

71 Walworth •♦ 

121 Park " 



1335 Hyde Park av., 
64 Business st. , 



Schwalb, Max 
Stevenson, James A. 



n 



3 Dana 
13 Elm 



av. , 

St. 



991 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY l8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolman Walter L. Donahoe of Division 4, one day, commencing 
July 19. current, on account of the death of his aunt. 

Patrolman Edward I. Donahoe of Division 12, one day, commencing 
July 19, current, on account of the death of his aunt. 



The application of Patrolman V/illiam J. Mulvey of Division 
10 for perniission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Henry G. Banks, a deserter from the U. S. S. Kentucky, 
was granted. 



Attest: 



Chie 



f Cl\^k7) 



992 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMIJIISSIOEEE. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, July 19, 1919. 



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



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, July 21, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



993 



In accordance with Civil Service Rules, Augustine J. Gill 
was appointed a stenographer for the probationary term of six 
months with pay at the rate of Fourteen Hundred (1400) Dollars per 
annum, comraencinfe July 21, 1919. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor approved :- 

Amusement Corporation of New England by Lee A. Rhodenizer, 
President, - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville 
entertainnients in the Hyde Park Theatre located at 1254 Hyde Park 
avenue. 

Board of Trustees, Bethesda Lodge, #30, I. 0. 0. F. by J. 
Carlton Nichols, Treasurer, - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Bernice Hall located at 409 Broadway. 

Board of Trustees, Bethesda Lodge, #30. I. 0. 0. F. by J. 
Carlton Nichols , Treasurer, - to have musical and literary enter- 
tainments and dancing parties in Bethesda Hall located at 409 
Broadway. | 

Board of Trustees, Boston Baptist Social Union, by Emery B. 
Gibbs, Chairman, - to have musical and literary entertainments in 
Kingsley Hall located at 15 Ashburton place. 

Board of Trustees, Boston Baptist Social Union by Emery B. 
Gibbs, Chairman, - to have musical and literary enter tainroents in 
Ford Hall located at 15 Ashburton place. 



994 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, JULY 21, I919. 



Contd, 



Amusement Appns. 



forv?arded to His Honor the Mayor approved - 

continued. 



- to have musical and literary entertainments 

in Corinthian Hall located at 1651 Vifashington 



- to have musical and literary entertaimuents 
in Historic Hall located at 1651 Washington 



Thomas Burdett 
and dancing parties 
street. 

Thomas Burdett 
and dancing parties 
street. 

Copley Plaza Operating Company by Edward C. Fogg, Vice Presi- 
dent, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in the Copley Plaza Ballroom located at the corner of 
Copley Square and Dartmouth street. 

Dorchester Club by Tilton S. Bell, President, - to have 
musical and literary entertainnents and dancing parties in the 
Dorchester Club located at 26-28 Talbot avenue. 

Dudley Amusement Company by Fred Green, President, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Dudley Theatre located at 2196-2212 
Washington street. 

Trustees, Huntington Chambers Trust by Harold K. Wead, 

- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Huntington Chambers Kail located at 3C Huntington avenue. 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society by V/illiam P. Rich, 
Secretary, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Horticultural Kail located at 3^0 J/Iassachusetts avenue 

Neil Iw'cDonald, - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and 
vaudeville entertainments in the Strand Theatre located at 658 
Centre street, Jamaica Plain, 

Old Colony Amusement Company, Incorporated, by Edgar Selwyn, 
President, - to have theatrical exhibitions in the Park Square 
Theatre located at 11 Columbus avenue. 

Pastime Theatre Company by Samuel V. Grand, Treasurer, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments in 
the Olympic Theatre located at 6 Bowdoin square. 

Elizabeth Peabody House Association by Kichard I. Wadsworth, 
President, - to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville 
entertainments in Elizabeth Peabody House Hall located at 357 
Charles street. 

H. Shapiro - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in Shapiro Hall located at 38 Causeway street. 

M.Steinert <&-. Sons Company by J. F. Murphy, Assistant Treasurer, 

- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Steinert Hall located at I62 Boylston street. 

Thompson Square Theatre by D. H. Brand, Treasurer, - to have 
theatrical exhibitions in the Thompson Square Theatre located at 
179 Main street. 

Waldorf Amusement Company by J. J. Hammond, President, - to 
have theatrical exhibitions in the Waldorf Theatre located at 535 
Tremont street. 



995 



BOSTON, MOJIDAY, JULY 21, I919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 



- to have exhibitions of curiosities, 

novelties, moving pictures and 

The Nickelodeon Hg,ll located at 51-57 



Levi E. Walker, Lessee, 
freaks of nature, mechanical 
vaudeville entertainments in 
Hanover street. 

Josiah W. White - to have musical and literary enter tainn:ents 
and dancing parties in the Pilgrim Hall located at 694 Washington 
street. 

Josiah yii. White - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Commercial Hall located at 694 Vi/ashington 
street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Auctioneers' Licenses were granted for the year ending December 31, 
1919. 



Barrows, 

McKenna, 



Sherman S. 
John B. 



100 Linden st, , 
15 State St. 



Brighton, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 

Myrtle st. , 
Astor St. , 
Marcella st. , 
Charles St., 
Columbus av. , 
Gayland st., Roxbury, 
Cypress st. , Erookline, 
Washington st.. Dor., 
Silloway st. , D. D. , 
Hyde Park av., W. R. , 
Archdale rd. , V. R. , 
Mountfort st. , 
Union Park, 
Ferrin st. , C. D. , 
North St., 
Q,ueen0berry st.. 



2298 


Baer, 


Samuel 


27 


1584 


Bartlett, 


George E. 


49 


1145 


Berghaus, 


Prank E. 


34 


^55 


Bond, 


Frederick J. 


99 


2059 


Carlton, 


Harry R. 


1013 


1605 


Carroll , 


Maurice W. 


27 


1999 


Cornett, 


Arthur W. 


133 


45 


Cragin, 


James E. 


300 


2^ 


Crane , 


Arthur W. 


3 


719 


Cutter, 


Pitch H. 


57 


1474 


Devlin, 


Stephen L. 


14 


2066 


Dunne, 


Frederick W. 


51 


1436 


Dunn, 


Michael J. 


26 


1347 


Dwyer, 


Francis E. 


65 


1886 


Esposito, 


Nicola 


185 


196 


Pi tzpa trick 


, Cornelius 


55 



996 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 21, I919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



721 


Foley, 


Josei>h M. 


904 


Dorchester av. , 


1786 


Frawley, 


Denis J. 


685 


Main st., Cambridge, 


^^? 


Galinanskis 


, Frank 


15 Kelley ct. , Brighton, 


1566 


Gerraaine, 


David P. 


5 


Brewer st., Cambridge, 


813 


Gill, 


John J. 


99 


Call St., J. P., 


2251 


Gordon, 


John H. 


16 


Roanoke rd., D. D. , 


2027 


Green, 


George H. 


4 


Princeton st., C. D. , 


827 


Harriman, 


Edward S. 


52 


Westland av . , 


900 


Harrington, 


John T. 


764 


Columbia rd. , 


2262 


Harv ey , 


William W. 


11 


Forbes st., Roxbury, 


1051 


Haynes, 


Albert 


729 


E. Fifth St., 


808 


Healy, 


Daniel P. 


10 


Wilmore st., D. D. , 


902 


Howard, 


William 


56 


Conant st., Roxbury, 


2437 


Jewell, 


John J. 


10 


Conant st., Roxbury, 


1384 


Johnson, 


Charles A. 


205 


W. Springfield St., 


1049 


Keane, 


Patrick F. 


12 


St. John St. , J. P. , 


1019 


Kenney, 


George J. 


51 


Vale St., 


443 


Klabe , 


John 


49 


Soley St., C. D. , 


478 


Lotto, 


Charles 


6 


Levant st. , 


649 


Maney, 


James P. 


171 


Heath st. , Roxbury, 


62 


Marine, 


John 


24 


Frankfort st., E. B. , 


215 


Marshall, 


Louis 


390 


Geneva av. , D. D. , 


2302 


McCafferty, 


George L. 


293 


Centre st., Roxbury, 


1200 


McLane, 


Edward R. 


364 


Arborway, 


766 


Kelson, 


George 


106 


Sumner st. , E. B. , 


2043 


Pacht, 


Rudolph 0. 


4105 


Washington st. , 


1464 


Parenteau, 


Walter F. 


728 


Second st. , 


1203 


Powell, 


George E. 


12 


Arundel st., 


189 


Rice, 


Edward 


14 


Alden St. , Maiden, 


1967 


Richmond, 


Henry L. 


237 


L St. , 


724 


Sangster, 


James Jr. 


451 


Massachusetts av.. 


2438 


Sawyer, 


Arthur E. 


1000 


Eoylston st. , 


174c 


Scri"bner, 


Charles F. 


691 


Broadway, Chelsea, 


303 


Shillady, 


Robert A. 


17 


Highgate st. , B. D. , 


1519 


Spiller, 


Max 


54 


Allen St. , 


1081 


Stevens, 


Vassal 


46 


E. Springfield St., 


1181 


Tamagna , 


Domini ck 


135 


Richmond st. , 


2126 


Tate, 


James D. 


617 


Massachusetts av.. 


1525 


Temple, 


Maurice E. 


64 


Brownell at., Medford 
Hillside, 


2436 


Timpel, 


Hugo 


141 


Shawmu t av . , 


1434 


Walsh, 


John M. 


85 


Franklin st., Brook., 


809 


Ward, 


Stephen J. 


127 


Belgrade av . , 


309 


West, 


Henry F. 


1") 


Y/. Rutland sq. , 


1722 


Young, 


Joseph H. 


87 


Belvidere st. 



BOSTON, MOI^IDAY, JULY 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



997 



155. ^•32 Durbin, Frank 

l55»3o6 Foley, Joseph M. 

26,124 Tirnpel, Hugo 

89,132 Berghaus, Prank E. 

247 Green, George H. 



in a garage at 

H H H H 



" " Stable 



21 Lonsdale st. , 
125 Buttonwood St., 
541 Tremont st. , 
4C8 So. Huntington av, 

72 Water St., C. D. 



The application of Joseph Putte, 39 Wall street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of Angelo Luca for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at I34 A street was rejected. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Peter Donadio et al for a charter as 
The Coluinbus Republican Club of Kew England for raising the 
standard of education, patriotism and citizenship among men of 
Italian birth or ancestry; no fixed location. 



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. 



Becker, 



Hatch, 
Hubbard, 
Sidelirjger, 
Kennealy, 



James H. 7 Dilworth st. , Roxbury, 

approved by Captain George P. Carter, United 
States (Quartermaster Corps, Arm^- Supply Base. 
Ernest K. 85 Marshall St., Medford, 

Prank H. 128 Pleasant st., Arlington, 

Arthur W. G. 84 Central av., Chelsea, 
Dennis P. 535 Fourth St., 

approved by A. E. Gushing, Superintendent, 
George E. Keith Company. 



998 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Frederick G. Smith, 11 Rich street, 
Mattapan, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



On the application of Harry N. Farren, Manager, Michael J, 
Carey was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Franklin Park Theatre located at 6l6 Blue Hill 
avenue for the year ending March 3I, 192O. 



vS^^lma-^ Y^. J.i, f 



icoj'. 



On the application of the Boston Consolidated Gas Company 
by Dana D. Barnum, Vice President, John E. Murphy was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of said 
company located at 125 Prince street for the year ending March 3I, 
1920. 



On the application of the Ames Real Estate Trust by John 
L. McKeon, Austin C. Roberts was appointed a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises of the Colonial Building located 
at 100 Boylston street for the year ending March 3I. 1920. 



The following named persons, appointed July 17i current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers, 

Edward R. Johnson 
George G. Waterman. 



999 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 21, I9I9. 



Contd, 



The application of The Royal Blue Line Company, Incorpo- 
rated, by W. J. Smith, President, for a license #155»552 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 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 : - 

Broadway, 
North St., 
Centre st. , 
Chelsea et. , 
Richmond st., 
Portland st,, 
Brighton av. , 
Rutland sq., 
Dorchester av. , 
Summer st. , 
Blackstone st.. 
Bunker Hill st. , 
Leverett st., 
Faneuil Hall sq. , 
So. Market st., 
Harrison av. , 
Lowell St. , 
Dorchester av. , 
North St., 
Park St. , 
Main St. , 
Spring St. , 
Commercial st., 
Roxbury st., 
Washington st. , 
Bennington st. , 
Washington st.. 
Commercial st. , 
Blue' Hill av., 
Warren st. , 
Hyde Park av, , 
Franklin st, , 
Chelsea st., 
Spring St., 
Hanover st. 



Adducci, 


James V. 


260 


Armenis, 


George 


273 


Beaufort Garage 




239 


Bloom & Shulman 




160 


Bonfiglio, 


Carmelo 


133 


Cobb Bates Yerxa Co. 


192-194 


Commonwealth Garage 


100 


Costa, 


Charles 




Cutter, 


W, Bowman 


1855 


Daniels, 


Louis 


156 


Eaton & Company 




52 


Elloian, 


Peter 


211 


Gerber, 


Barnet 


105 


Goldstein, 


Samuel 


24i 


Karalekas, 


Nicholas 


55 


Kliman, 


Eli 


328 


Koffman, 


Phillip 


37 


Lievi, 


Prodocino 


2269 


Martucci, 


A. & T. 


366 


Massachusetts Commission for 


Blind 4 


Mazoro, 


Abraham 


21 


Mednitzky, 


Harry 


26-28 


Moriarty, 


Jeremiah J. 


4 


Pappas , 


Charles J. 


21 


Outlet Clothing 


Co. 


1843 


Raws on. 


Thomas R. 


961 


Rodberg, 


Harry 


1849-1851 


Scalia, 


Frank 


90-92 


Sfeavey's Garage 




632-636 


Seigel Bros, 




358 


Stone, 


Lena 


1284 


Thios, 


Alexander 


141 


Verstandig, 


H. 


220 


Weiss, 


Moses 


18 


Wolf, 


Julius 


335 



1000 



BOSTOE, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applicatione of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Conrniissioners 
disapproved for the reason that stands at these locations would 
interfere with public travel :- 



Fontana, 

Margi, 

Pollen, 



Salvatore 

Vito 

Jacob 



19 Moon St. , 
46 Richmond St., 
236 North St. 



The application of Inspector Walker A. Smith of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for leave of absence from duty for 
fourteen days, commencing August 7. current, to regain his health 
was granted without pay. 



The application of Sergeant Francis P. Haggerty of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward 
of Fifty (50) Dollars from the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company 
for the recovery of an automobile which was stolen May 6, 1919. 
from in front of 333 Center street, the property of Douglas 
Salisbury, was granted. 



Patrolman George V. Augusta of Division 12, who was 
granted leave of absence for an indefinite period October 5. 1917. 
to enter the United States Army, having been honorably discharged 
therefrom, returned to duty at 5.45 P. M. , July 19. 1919. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains Thomas C. Evans, 
Charles T. Reardon and James J. Welkins be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 
1906 to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred 
to it for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is 
hereafter appointed. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919. 



Concluded. 



1001 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain 
Thomas F. Goode of Division l6 against Patrolman Joseph M. Connor 
of Division l6 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains Thomas C. Evans, Charles T. Reardon and 
James J. Walkins. The hearing will be held at this office 
Tuesday, July 22, current, at 2.15 P- ^' 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



1002 



OFFICE OF TIIE POLICE COMIISSIOIOIR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, July 22, I919. 



Police Cominl 86 loner 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 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Daniel N. Hyraan - to operate slot machines from which 
amusement is furnished by depositing money in the machine in Arcade 
Hall located at 92 Court street. 

Harry Rosenberg - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Academy Hall located at 15 Leverett street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



480 Magee, 
24.39 Nudd, 



Robert K. 
William H. 



51 Perham St., W. R., 
Harvard st. s.e.cor. Ashland st. 



The application of William H. Nudd for a license #142,884 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at Harvard street, 
southeast corner of Ashland street, was granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 22, I919. 



Contd. 



1003 



The application of the Italian liarine Band, consisting of 
thirty musicians, by Valeric Saja, 11 Dover street, Cambridge, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the members of the 
St. Anthony Society on Saturday, July 26, current, from 7 to 9 p.m. 
and Sunday, July 27, current, from 2 to 4 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From Mt. Carmelo Church to Cottage street, Maverick, 
Gove, Sumner, Everett and Frankfort streets to the Mt. Carmelo 
Church. 



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, I920. 



Bean, 
Byrne , 
Hurley, 



Griffin, 

O'Donnell, 

Tracey, 



Hathaway, 

Jenness, 

Mc(iuillan, 



Murray, 
Tighe, 



Chsirles P. 426 Massachusetts av., 
Daniel J.l 302 Centre at., J. P., 
James W. J 78 Chelsea at., E. B., 
approved by Daniel J. Byrne, Secretary, Park 

Recreation Department, 
John ) 391 li/IassachuBettB av. , 

Stephen A. I 8 E. Concord st., 

James J. ; 427 Fourth st., 
approved by R. E. Thompson, Superintendent, 

Gillette Safety Razor Company, 
Henry S. 28 Houghton st. , D. D. , 

William 32 Cotton at., Roslindale, 

F. P. 48 King St., D. D., 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 

American Railway Express Company, 
John H. 2 Orchard st., Cambridge, 

approved by J. H. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank, Boston, 
John F. 1 Sawin st. , Natick, 

approved by Ernest E. B. Drake, Supervisor, 
United States Shipping Board, Boston. 



& 



The application of Shepherd R. Chapman, 88 South street, 
Northboro, approved by R. M. Bradley & Company, for a license to 
carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth which was rejected, 
on June 2, current, waa reconsidered and granted for the year ending 
May 31, 1920. 



1004 



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BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 22, I919. 



Contd, 



The application of Robert D. Wood, 421 Third street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



On the application of J, M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 
John H. Murray was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in 
and about the premises of the Federal Reserve Bank located at 53 
and 131 State street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company by John T. Conway, Manager, licenses were granted 
to the following named persons as conductors in the employ of said 
company :- 



3035 Gallagher, 
3051 Mullin, 
3159 Stewart, 



Thomas P. 
Raymond T. 
John J. 



Conductor, 

n 



The application of Patrolman Samuel C. Hutchins of 
Division 9 for leave of absence from duty for thirty days, commenc- 
ing July 23, current, to regain his health, was granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman John H. Sullivan of Division 
12 to be reimbursed in the sum of Twenty-three (23) Dollars, being 
the amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account of 
an injury to the thumb joint of his right hand while arresting 
Edward E. Linnehan for drunkenness on May 7, current, was granted. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 22. 1919. 



Concluded, 



1005 



Patrolman John F. Kinnaly of Division 8, who was granted 
leave of absence for an indefinite period August 13, 1918, to 
enter the United States Navy, having been placed on inactive service 
returned to duty at 7.45 A. M. , July 22, 1919. 



The order of the twenty-first day 
appointing Captains Thomas C. Evans, Charles 
J. Walking a trial board pursuant to section 
the Acts of 1906 is hereby amended by strikin 
Captain James J. Walkins of Division 19 and i 
thereof the name of Captain Patrick F. King 
said board as constituted by this amendment i 
hearing the complaint of Captain Thon^as F. Go 
Joseph 1,1, Connor, which is postponed to 2.15 
25, 1919. 



f July, current, 
T. Reardon and James 
10 of chapter 291 of 
g out the name of 
nserting in place 
f Headquarters, and to 
s hereby referred for 
ode against Patrolman 
p. m. , Friday, July 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



1006 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, July 23, 1919. 



Police Conuniaeioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following tusiness: 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved ;- 

Odd Fellows Hall Association "by George F. Clark, - to have 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Berkeley 
Hall located at 4 Berkeley street. 

Odd Fellows Hall Association "by George F. Clark, - to have 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Odd 
Fellows Hall located at ^1^ Tremont|street. 

Morris Shenker - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Armory Hall located at 12 Maverick square. 

Morris Shenker - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Sumner Hall located at 198 Sumner street. 
East Boston, 

Levi B. Walker, Lessee, - to operate slot machines from which 
amusement is furnished by depositing money in machines in The 
Nickelodeon located at 51-57 Hanover street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



2441 Chretien, 
1056 Devlin, 

2440 Ingram, 



Joseph E. 
Edward R. 

Almon Jr. 



91 Atlantic at., Atlantic, 
138 Florence st., Newton 

Centre, 
164 W. Newton st. 



BOSTON, TSEDiraiSDAY, JULY 23, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph E. Chretien for a license 
#115»63C to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 23 
Water street, Neponset, was granted for the year ending June 30, 
1920. 



1007 



The application of Amilio Ambrosio for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #86,968 in front of 75 Maverick 
square, was granted. 



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

Jenkins Orphanage Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, ty 
Paul G. Daniels, Charleston, South Carolina, - to play at concerts 
to be given by the Jenkins Orphanage Band in order to arouse interest 
in the carrying on of the work of caring for the colored boy orphans, 
any week day from July 24, to August 20, current, at different hours 
of the day. 

Route: In the sections of the city that are mainly populated 
by the colored people. 

Walk Over Band, consisting of twenty-one musicians, by Carlton 
R. Blades, Gampello, Massachusetts, - to accompany the employees 
of the George E. Keith Company, to have their annual outing, on 
Wednesday, August 6, current, from 9 to 9»30 a. m. 

Route: Prom the South Station to Atlantic avenue to Rowe's 
Wharf. 



The application of Charles E. Littlefield, 29 V/elles 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was granted for the year ending May 3I, 1920. 



1008 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of A. Lewis Rosenfield, 54-1 Comraonwealth 
avenue, approved "by John B. Hanrahan, Special Agent, United States 
Department of Justice, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in this CoMTiionwealth which was rejected on June 2, current, was 
reconsidered and granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



Austin C. Roberts, appointed July 21, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incu-Tibent on him as a special police officer. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE C0A5MI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, July 24, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



1009 



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



ordered:- 

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The transfers of the following named persons are hereby 



Francis X. McCarthy, 
William B. McKinnon, 
Carl R. Ammelin, 
Hugh McNamara, 
Robert F. Ronayne, 
Cornelius J. Kiley, 
Felix McCarthy, 
James J. Smith, 
Michael Gormely, 
Patrick A. Donohue, 
Thomas J. Francis, 
Augustine D. Hamilton, 
William J. Q,uigley, 
Francis G. Cronin. 
Thomas J. Driscoll, 
Herbert T. Greeley, 
John F. Maguire, 
Jeremiah J. McCarthy, 
Daniel J. Morrissey, 
John F. O'lTeil, 
Joseph J. Cadigan, 
Samuel J. Kelly, 
Thomas I. Ken is ton 
Nicholas P. Tangney, 
Richard F. Barry, 
William W. Fay, 
James G. Peters, 
Thomas J. Fitzgerald, 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, I919. 



Contd. 



General Order - Patrolmen Transferred - continued. 



Patrolman John E. Powera, 

" Norman F. Sherman, 

" Michael Aleai, 

* Edwin N. Anderson, 

* James F. Carroll, 
•• Alfred P. Curtis, 

* John L. Gallagher, 
" James H. McNaraara, 
" Andrew A. Murphy, 

* Michael F. Scully, 
" John J. Sweeney, 

•• Frederick A. Whitten, 

" James S. Keating, 

" Patrick J. Lydon, 

* Howard P. Kemp ton, 

* John J. McDonough, 
" William P. Dolan, 

" Joseph P. Gannon, 

" Dexter Littlefield, 

* Martin F. Connolly, 

* Richard H. Leary, 



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William S. Lyons, 
Patrick Raftery, 
Peter H. Rogers, 
Thomas J. Crocker, 
Harry G. Dow, 
Michael McGrath, 
Philip B. Smith, 
Charles A. Stickney, 
Ewen S. Cameron, 
Hugh McKendry, 
David E. Mulcahy, 
James J. Sullivan, 
Louis H. Stewart, 
Frederick J. Wheeler, 
Stanley C. Blenus, 
John B. Durham, 
Michael J. Feeley, 
Henry C. Herroan, 
Francis S. McCarthy, 
Joseph W. Murray, 
Joseph H. Tirrell, 
Clarence E. Weiss, 
James Goode 
David W. McDonald, 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



General Order - Patrolmen Transferred - concluded. 



Patrolman Henry A. Lueth, 

" Eugene P. O'Neill, 
* John J. McKeon, 
" Albert W. Carnes, 



Timothy J. Sheehan, 



from Division 1? to Division 7. 
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•» " 2 " Superintend- 
ent's Office 



For men doing night duty, this Order will take effect at 3'^5 
p. m. , Friday, July 25th. 

For men doing day duty, this Order will take effect at 7.4-5 
a. m. , July 26th. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amuaeraent Licenses until August 1, I920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Boston Schwaben Verein by Jacob Haertl, President, - to have 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Boston 
Schwaben Hall located at 194- Heath street, 

German Workingraen's Association by William Bollhoff, President, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
German Workingmen's Hall located at 22-26 Araory avenue. 

Magnet Theatre Company by William Rosnosky, President, - to 
have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Magnet Theatre located at 301 Washington street, Dorchester, 

Francis J. Obert - to have dancing parties in Obert's Bungalow 
located at 603 River street. 

Paine Memorial Corporation by Lemuel K. Washburn, President, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Appleton Hall located at 9 Appleton street. 

Paine Memorial Corporation by Lemuel K. Washburn, President, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Investigator Hall located at 9 Appleton street. 

Paine Memorial Corporation by Lemuel K. Washburn, President, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Paine Memorial Hall located at 9 Appleton, street. 

R. Edwin Scott - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in the Majestic Casino located at 7 Northfield 
street. 



1012 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 

221 Pairmount av., H. P., 

709 Heath St., Brookline, 

14B Heinenway st., 

685 Parker st. , Roxbury, 

498 Blue Hill av., 

28 Princeton st. , 

58 Blue Hill av., 

43 Catawba st., 

882 Broadway, 

1927 Hyde Park av. 



1451 


Ahearn, 


Patrick F. 


1280 


Clark, 


William S. 


1310 


Cunningham, 


James P. 


2^7 


Gilmore, 


Joseph P. 


861 


Legg, 


James T. 


1096 


Mann, 


Philip 


1299 


Murphy, 


Peter A. 


128 


McCree, 


Milton J 


2053 


Telless, 


Leslie H. 


1421 


Tit comb. 


Edward B. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



01657A1 



Anderson, Joseph F. 
Barron, Lawrence P. 



Baeoom, George R. Co. 



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42464 Bernner, Harry 

85689 Blackpool, Peter 

50068 Bond, Frederick J. 

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030601. Brack, Charles 

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1667 Brown, George C. 

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1643^ Brown, Mabel S. 

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1647 



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•• " " " 122 Arlington st., 



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" 416 Warren st., Rox. , 

" 194 Magnolia st., Rox. 

" 1926 Columbus av., 
" 12 Garden st. , 

M ^/^i Tremont st. , 

» 23 W. Canton st. , 

" 35 Dearborn st., Rox. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



Licenses to set upand use Hackney Carriages Granted - contd. 



38,806 
0501A)^ 
05OIB} 

40.533 
63.4i,'9 
01813A 
85,500 
80,824i 

147.109) 
78,694 
113,648 

60.365 
144,216 

62,150 
94,256 
125.460 
37,392 
42.747 
44,083 
58.503 
63,733 

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01664B 
01664C 
01664D 

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OI668B) 

67,493 
OI76IA 
OI76IB 
01761c 
OI76ID 
9I76IE. 

117,497 
65,076 

535) 
552 

I6l4( 

1785) 



Burke, Edmund C. 
Bussey Garage Inc. 

Capisto. Angelo 
Oapodilupo, Alfonso 
Carroll, Maurice W. 
Comerford, George W. 
Conlon, Martin 

Conner, Frank L. Jr. 
Gragin. James 
Crane, Arthur W. 
Crawford, David K. 
Dunne, Frederick W. 
Esposito. Nicola 
Fields, Dennis G, 
Frasier, Julius P. 
Galinauskia, Frank 
Gill, John J. 
Gilmore, Joseph P. 
Gordon, John H. 



Griffin, Patrick J. 



Grogan, John R. 
Harrington, John T. 



Hart, Franklin L. 



Houston, 
Johnson, 



Morton H. 
Charles A. 



Keane. Patrick F. 



in a garage 

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at 539 centre st., J. P., 
" 4185 Washington et., -t*^ -<uu.^>*^q, i-^ao, ^.is-i 

114 Colonial rd., B.D. ,| 

119 Portland St.. 
350 Dudley st., 
1027 Dorchester av.. 1 

120 Worcester st.. %^.^^-y^.u<^ic.f3,sM-^. 



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" 126 

" 3 

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" 293 

2^ 
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" 28 
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garage " II8 



St. Mary's st.. 
Harvard av. Dor., 
Talbot av. , 
Humboldt av. , 
Maitland st., 
Portland st. , 
Northampton St.. 
Irvington st, , 
Waver ly st.. B.D. , 
Harris av. , J. P. , 
Worthington st.. 
Roanoke rd . , 
Binney st.. 



It 

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Cuniraington st..ext. 



41 Linden st.. Dor., 



26 Mather St.. Dor.. 



" 66 Stanhope st., 
" 293 Northampton st. , 

" 3 Harris av.. J. P.. 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919. 



Contd . 



Licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages Granted - concluded. 



56,885 

30, 501 
1.784 
67.502 
144,683 
56.582 
15,4691 
53.72or 
01938AJ 

Ol938Br 
43.902 

53.533 

40,116 

67.065 
156 
OI697A; 
OI697B . 
016970; 
01166a[ 
011663)" 
44,054 
65.267 
60,789 
OI377B 
58.737 
48,564 
0572A) 
0572BJ 

138,589 

01575AI 
0i575Br 
71.575 
86.127 
1^15.339 
78,780 

fL07.503 
44,096 

104,593 



Kennedy, William F, 
Kenney, James 
Kenney, John 
Klabe, John 
Lotto, Charles 
liarini, John 
Marshall, Louis 

Mulrenin & Palmer 

Murphy, Peter A. 
McCarthy, Neil J. 
McCool, John J. 
McCree, Milton J. 
McFadden, John J. 

McKeon, Patrick J, 

McLane, Edward R. 

Nigro, Arthur N. 
Pemberton, William 
Powell, George E. 
Richmond, Henry L. 
Richter, Emil G. 
Safrin, Marselen A, 
Scanlon, John V. 

Spiller, Max 
Stanton, Prank H. 

Tamagna, Dominic 
Telless, Leslie H. 
Temple, Maurice E. 
Trechokas, Peter 
Walsh, John M. 
Walsh, Thomas M. 
Zanditon, Saul C. 



in a garage at 

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garage 



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garage 



24 Char don st. , 
363 Newbury st, , 

41 No. Russell St. , 
36 Warren st. , CD., 
146 Bowdoin st.,Dor., 
24 Frankfort at., 
119 Portland st., 

1348 Blue Hill av., 

56 Dennis st. , Rox. , 
21 Hawkins st., 
47 Charles st.. Dor., 
416 Warren St., Rox., 
8 Decatur ct. , CD. , 

341 Newbury st. , 

11 St. Ann St. , J. P. , 



N 


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12 Garden St., 


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293 Northampton st., 


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118 Curamington st.e.xt. 


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17 Clarendon st. , 


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119 Portland st. , 


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560 Columbia rd.. 


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141 Sumner st., E. B., 


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621 First St., 


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122 Arlington st. , 


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122 Arlington st., 


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416 Warren st. Rox. 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, JULY 24, I919. 



Contd. 



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



01657AI 

Ol657Bf 

OllOA 

OllOB 

CHOC 



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50.068 
O306B 
0306c 

00,824 
147,109 

6o,36_5 

01664A 
01664B 
01664C 

01664D 

153.420 

56,885 
30,501 
01697A; 

01697B ; 

016970; 



Bascom.Geo.R.Co., 



1015 



Anderson, Joseph P. iin front of 354 Atlantic av., 

V n « " ^58 " " 

Boylston st.in front of Boylston Cafe, nights 

H n N n n n n n 



<\AD.f,.}lt, XtlSf. 



Huntington av.in " " Massachusetts Trust 

Co. Building, 

in front of 15 Harrison av.. 
Bond, Frederick J. W. Cedar st. n.w.cor. Mt. Vernon st, , 
Brack, Charles Harvard st.in front of New Marlboro Hotel, 

Gonlon, Martin (Union Club, opposite #7 Park st., '^--..Tn^.A^, , 

^ opposite #0 Park st., 
Crane, Arthur W. Blue Hill av. n.w.cor. Walk Hill st. , 

freerfield st, n.w.cor. Bay State rd., c-^. ^->-^ a^, ,pao, p. Uo.is^./jrl 

J " It M M H Commonwealth av.^ .. • i^, i<]ao. 

iBrookline av.in front of Botel Buck- 1 .. >• a5, i<^ao 

minster, i 

Kenmore st. s.e.cor. Commonwealth av., 
Igo, John J, Jr. Huntington av.in front of The Hotel Harvard 
Keane, Patrick F. in front of 3 Harris av. , I 
Kennedy, William F. " " " 9 State st., ' 

Kenney, James J. Huntington av.in front of Hotel Oxford, 

iin front of 1 Broad st., 
II H II 5 II W 
Somerset st.in front of Elks' Club. 



Griffin, Patrick J, 



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, I92O. 



Fallon, 
Hunter, 



McManus, 



Laurence J. 39 Cambridge st., 
Charles E. 23 Highland Park av., 

approved by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank, 
Frank T. 32 Cross st., C. D. , 

approved by S. P. Wyatt, Chief Clerk, 
National Shawmut Bank. 



1016 



ciM>vv»</V?- a-i, (V.ICA3. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 
Charles E. Hunter was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty 
in and about the premises of the Federal Reserve Bank located at 
53 and 131 State street for the year ending March 31, I920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



6610 Carter, George W. 



3242 Glennon, John 
1395 Reeves, Frank 



385 Zarba, Michele 



Division 4. 

Corning st. cor. Tremont st. 
Division ?• 



in front of 

n n n 

Division 7. 
in front of 
Division 9» 



138 Pemtroke st., 
57 W. Canton st. 



147 London st. 



6612 

6613 

6614 Buckley, T. G. Co. in front of 690 Dudley st. , 

6615 

6616. 

4134I McAnirlin & Morgan " " 

4578 r 
5851) 

5854? O'Brien, Garrett •• " 

5855) 

6611 Snyder, Harry " " 

6617 Sullivan, Joseph A. " " 



•' 1878 Washiiigton st., 



2'3i9 Norfolk av. , 



2180 Washington st. 
757 "A" Dudley st. 



Division 10. 



732 Shawmut av. , 
56 Sterling st.. 



3963 Benjamin, John W. in front of 

3248 Bishop, David A. " " " 

231 61 Dunn, William T. (Huntington av.s.w.cor. Fenwood rd,, 

40931 "tTremont st. s.w.cor. Morton pi., 

3251) Green, Jacob in front of 669 Shawmut av., 

5984r 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 10 - concluded. 



1488 
6618 



6619 
6620 
6621; 
6622) 



1752) 

1777, 
5522) 



3268 
4577 



1377 

2109 

6623 

6624 

6625 

6626 

6627 

3654 

3636 

4738. 

1297 



1517 



Myrdelc, Ignatius 
McDonald, Catherine 



in front of 51 Chestnut av., 

" « " 69-71 Roxbury st. 



Division 11. 



Mutrie, Patrick B. 



in front of 11 Pearl st. 



Division 12. 



Scobie, George W. 



Haddock Bros. 
Rocco, Novello 



in a stable at 590 E. Seventh st. 



Division 15. 



in front of 

H N M 



10 Shurtleff ct. 
2 Waverly Block. 



Division 16. 



Laffey, Thomas J. 



opp. 227 Berkeley st., 

Blagden st.in front of Public Library, 

n n <• n n n n 
II H n n n ti n 

Clarendon st. n.e.cor. Boylston st., 

n H H n N n H 

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II 



Exeter st. opposite 3. A, A. Club-house 
Providence st.in rear Hotel Brunswick, 
Trinity pi. in front of " Westminster, 
McClelland & Gardner in front of I85 Columbus av. 

Division I7. 

RauBch, Louisa in front of 257 Cornell st. 



1017 



1018 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 24, I919. 



Concluded. 



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



Karalekas Bros. & Co. 
Simon, Samuel 
Zanti, Vincenzo 



57 So. Market St., 
316 Harrison av. , 
13 P St. 



The application of Patrolman Herbert L. Cross of Division 
8 for permission to leave the city two days a week during the summer 
season to visit his wife who is regaining her health at Billerica, 
Massachusetts, was granted. 



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 gran ted: - 



Patrol. 

N 



Charles H. Bullock, Div. 4, 
Art]iur F. Shea, * 10, 
James S. Norton, " 16, 



6 days, 
6 * 
6 " 



$26.30 
19.72 
26.30 

$72.32 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
»eek ending July 24, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Military Service, 

Total, 
Attest: 



$52,841.14 

626.09 

528.35 

199. ■*2 

63. 81. 

292.96 

$54,551.81 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, July 25, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



1019 



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

Benevolent Fraternity of Unitarian Ch\irches by Arthur W. Moors, 
Treasurer, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Parker Memorial Hall located at 53 Berkeley street until i 
August 1, 1920. 1 

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Incorporated, by Frederick E. Lowell 
Treasurer, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Symphony Hall located at the corner of Massachusetts 
and Huntington avenues until August 1, I920. 

William T. Delaney - to have musical and literary entertainment^ 
and dancing parties in Red Men's Hall located at 514 Tremont street 
until August 1, 1920. 

Eliot Hall Trust by F. B. Lawler, Treasurer, - to have musical 
and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Eliot Hall located 
on Eliot street, Jamaica Plain, until August 1, I920. 

Raymond J. Galvin - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Rivoli Hall located at 235 Huntington avenue 
until August 1, 1920. 

Italian Citizens Club of Roxbury by Louis DeGregario, President 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Columbus Hall located at 1492 Columbus avenue until August 1, 1920. 

Jamaica Plain Knights of Columbus by A. J. Kelley, - to have 
a lawn party and dancing on the grounds located on Green and Rock- 
view streets, Jamaica Plain on September 6, current. 

Lettonian Workingraen»s Association of Boston by Rudolf Sahlitz, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Dudley Club Hall located at 51 Dudley street until 
August 1, 1920. 

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association by Daniel B. 
Badger, President, - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Mechanics Hall located at 111 Huntington 
avenue until August 1, I920. 

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association by Daniel B. Badger, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Paul Revere Hall located at 111 Huntington avenue until 
August 1, 1920. 



1020 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, I919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 



Thomas Meighan Jr. - to have musical and 1 
and dancing parties in Lotus Bungalow located a 
Dorchester, until August 1, I920. 

Musicians' Mutual Relief Society "by G. H. 
to have musical and literary entertainments and 
Convention Hall located at 46 St. Botolph stree 
1920. 

Shepard Norwell Company by John Shepard Jr 
have dancing parties in The Colonial located at 
street until August 1, 1920. 

William Warren Trust by George A. Warren, 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
Hall located at 337 Washington street, Brighton 
1920. 



iterary entertainments 
t 82 Babson street. 



Odell, President, - 
dancing parties in 
t until August 1, 

. , President, - to 
131-134 Tremont 

Trustee, - to have 
parties in Warren 
until August 1, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



2443 Smory, 
2185 Jackson, 

2444 Newell, 
2442 Summers, 



John J. 
Samuel J, 
Burgess 
Ernest 



12 Cambridge st., 
50 Batavia st. , 
385 Northampton st. , 
67 Allston St., Cambridge. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



60,517 Jackson, Samuel J, 
1381507 Newell, Burgess 



in a garage at 

n H H H 



25 Irvington st. , 
293 Northampton st. 



The application of Joseph Wineberg, 394 Shawmut avenue, 
for a Junkjcollector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Fred Fine, 67 Phillips street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was rejected. 



1021 



The application of the Dante Alighiere Band, consisting of 
fifty- two musicians, by John Giunta, 34-3 Hanover street, for a I 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with the members of St. 
Leonard's Church on Saturday, July 26, current, from 7 to 8 p. m. , 
and Sunday, July 27, current, from 2 to 7 P« ni«» was granted. 

Route: From Church on Prince street to Hanover street. North 
square. North street, Battery, Hanover, Charter, Salem, No, Bennet, 
Hanover and Blacks tone streets, Haymarket square, Merrimac, Pitts, 
South Margin, Hale and Green streets, Bowdoin square. Court, 
Hanover and Richmond streets to North 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 ^1, I92O. 



Blodgett, 
Gannett, 
Dowd, 
Mclnnis, 



Rosenthal, 



Sheehan, 
Thurston, 



Silverwright, 



Albert N. 51 Massachusetts av., 
William W. 274 Marlborough st., 
Bartholomew J.L I81 Powderhouse Boulevard, 
C. A. } 26 Floyd St., Winthrop, 
approved by C. A. Mclnnis, Chief Paymaster, 

United States Shipping Board, 
Islidor 84 Salem st. , 

approved by Thomas Nutile, President, First 

State Bank, 
William J.V IO63 Dorchester av., 

Frank ) 1 Bearse av., 
approved by H. P. Russell, General Supt., 

518 Washington st., R. H. 
White Company, 
Francis E. 40 Russell st. , Waltham, 
approved by S. P. Wyatt, Chief Clerk, 
National Shawraut Bank. 



1022 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Coiniaonwealth which 
were rejected on June 2, current, were reconsidered and granted 
for the year ending May 31, I92O. 



Arnett, 

Dashner, 

Hutchinson, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Kinney, 

Lane, 

McCann, 

McDerraott, 

Neal, 

Neal, 



Eldredge, 



John W. 
Emery J. 
Thomas W. 
Frank E. 
Fred P. 
J. Royal 
Bertelle L. 
Robert 
Thomas J. 
Ernest B. 

Harold B. 

approved "by 

Kinney 
William D. 



Y 



38 

32 

9 

16 

53 
37 

33 
lib 

158 

3529 

73 



Mt. Vernon st., W. R., 
Chester rd, , Belmont, 
Jones ct., Newton, 



Oakview ter., J. P. 
Dunster rd. , 
Long av. , B. D. , 
Wachusett st., 
Keyes st.. 
South St., J. P. , 
Washington st.. 
Weld Hill St. , 
Fred P. Kinney, Treasurer, 
Manufacturing Company, 
36 Bromfield st. 



The application of Charles S. Wheatley, 35 Mt. Vernon 
street, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



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



Officers. 



Buckley, 

Hall. 

McDonnell, 

O'Donnell, 

O'Leary, 

Pearce, 

Pender, 

Tracey, 



Jeremiah J. 
Thomas H, 
Patrick A. 
Stephen A. 
Cornelius 
Fred M. 
Patrick 

James J. 

win 



Gillette 
R. E. 



Employers. 

Safety Razor Co. 
Thompson, Supt. 



& 



41-47-44-50 W. First St., the 
block bounded by W. First, W. 
Second and Col ton sts., Dor- 
chester av., The Macallen Build- 
ing, 135 Dorchester av.,Bowker- 
Torrey Building, Granite, Bald- 
Richards sts. & George ^. Hill 



Building, 32 Dorchester av, 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25. 1919. 



Contd. 



1023 



Special Police Officers Appointed 

Charles 



- concluded. 



Officers. 
Chapman , 



Doherty, 



Flaherty, 



Rosenthal, 



Joseph 



Frank P, 



Isidor 



Employers. 
William White, Manager, 
Pastime Theatre, 
6 Bowdoin sq. , 
Exchange Trust Company, 

Robert E. Fay, Vice Pres., 
1 Court St. , 
J. H. Brennan, Manager, 

Loew's New Columbia Theatre 
978 Washington st. , 
Thomas Nutile, President, >Sx.»«v^^ *'^- 
First State Bank, 
107 Salem street. 



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



Officers. 



Murray, 
Hunter, 
Rosenthal, 



John H. 
Charles E. 
Isidor 



Appointed. 

July 22, 1919. 
" 24, 1919. 
" 25, 1919. 



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



30 


Daley, 


James A. 


Mo torman , 


522 


Dudley, 


Ralph A. 


N 
• 


40 


Emerson, 


Warren E. 


n 


280 


Joyce, 


John F. 


If 


342 


McCormack, 


Ralph 


n 


356 


McCormack, 


Walter 


n 


374 


McMackin, 


John V. 


If 


112 


Norwood, 


Nelson E. 


n 


220 


Q,uinn, 


John J. 


N 



1024 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919. 



Contd. 



Eastern Massachusetts St. Ry. Licenses Granted - concluded. 



11 Pike, 
501 miite, 



Harold H. 
Thomas L. 



Conductor, 

M 



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



501 Kramer, 
461 Kearney, 



Samuel 
Walter E. 



Conductor, 



The application of Mary E. Johnson for a Wagon License 
#3247 to locate on Mead street near Main street was granted for 
the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Edwin H. Lovequist of 
Division 14 for leave of absence from duty for two days, to replace 
two days of his vacation spent in the Brighton court in connection 
with the Barney case, was granted. 



1025 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 19ly. 



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 :- 



Berger, William 
Colman Levin Co. 
Steeves Bros. Inc. 



1^6 Chambers st., 

87 Merrimac st. , 

125 Westville st. 



attest: 




Chief Cler 



1026 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, July 26, 1919. 



There was no executive session held today by order of 
the Police Commissioner. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, July 28, 1919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



1027 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses were forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved 
until August 1, 192O:- 

Estate of Winifred Roughan Buckley by Eugene Buckley, Trustee, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Roughan Hall located at 16 City square. 

Patrick J. Brickley, President, Charlestown Hibernian Building 
Association, - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in Hibernian Hall located at 28 Union street, 
Charlestown. 

Dorchester V/oman»s Club House Association by Harriet E. Bean, 
Treasurer, - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in Whiton Hall located at 38 Centre street, Dor- 
chester, 

L. H. Ehret - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in Conant Hall located at 20 Conant street until 
August 1, 1920. 

Otto F. C. Heinemann - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Heinemann' s Hall located at I76 
Tremont street. 

Daniel N. Hyman - to operate slot machines from which amusemeni 
is furnished by depositing money in the machines in the Bowdoin 
Square Arcade Hall located at II8 Court street. 

New England Conservatory of Music by Ralph L. Flanders, 
Manager, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Jordan Hall located at 294 Huntington avenue. 

William F. IJolan - to have musical and literary entertalmrents 
and dancing parties in Tonti Hall located at 327 E street. 

J. E. Poor Company by J. E. Poor, President, - to have musical 
and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Court Hall locat- 
ed at 200 Huntington avenue. 

South Boston Lithuanian Benevolent Society by Michael M. Plepit 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainraents and 
dancing parties in Dahlgren (lower) Hall located at 30? E street. 



1028 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 28. I9I9. 



Contd. 



Aitiusement Appns. forwarded a,pproved - concluded. 

South Boston Lithuanian Benevolent Society by Michael M. Plepis 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Eahlgren (upper) Hall located at 307 E street. 

Taft and Waite - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Franklin Hall located at 10 Franklin street, 
Brighton. 

Taft and Waite - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Odd Fellows Hall located at 10 Franklin 
street, Brighton. 



The applice-tions of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers* Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



1977 Cray ton, 

306 Downey, 

1295 Hourihan, 

2445 Jackson, 

551 McAuliffe, 

1065 Sampson, 



Charles L. 
Patrick E. 
John J. 
Fred T. 
John 
Clyde 



1 Belcher ct. , Foxtoro, 
250 W. Sixth St., 

4 Estey St., Roxbury, 
11 Marble st., Roxbury, 

8 Mechanic St., B. D. , 
821 Beacon 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. 1920. 



131 1 550 Crayton, Charles L. 

85,54-0 Downey, Patricks. 

1 62 )l McAuliffe, John 

1.36&r 
0737c Sampson, Clyde 



in a garage at 

H n H n 

'• " Stable " 

" " garage * 



293 Northampton st. , 
541 Broadway, 
157 Ward St., 

■^ Maitland st. 



The application of John McAuliffe for two special stands 
for his Hackney Carriages were granted :- 

162 in front of 315 Dartmouth st., 
1366 Dartmouth st. s.e.cor. Marlboro st. 



1029 



BOSTON, MONDAY, JULY 28, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Israel Livingston, 19 Rose street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Collective iiiusicians' Licensee were granted ;- 

Carter's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by H. R. 
Hutchinson, ^^ Tremont street, - to parade with the employees of 
the Houghton and Dutton Company, to have an outing, on Saturday, 
August 2, current, from 1 to 2 p. m. 

Route: Prom Pemberton square to Scollay square. Court, State 
and Broad streets to Rowe's V/harf. 

Mrs. R. H. Norton, 68I Tremont street, - four musicians to 
play at open air services held by the Unity Pentecostal Mission on 
Arlington square on Sunday and Thursday evenings from July 27, to 
October 30, current, from 7 'to 8 p. m. 



The application of Joseph P. Dumas, 586 Blue Hill avenue, 
to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the year 
ending July 28, I920. 



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, I92C. 



Bearse, 



Harty, 



Maynard 57 Parragut av. Medford, 

approved by A. E. Ja,mes, Assistant Cashier, 

The Merchants National Bank of Boston, 
Fred R. 124 Melville av., D. D. 



1030 



BOSTON, MOUDAY, JULY 28, I919. 



Contd. 



The Pawnbroker's License and license to deal in Second 
Hand Articles granted to John Naigles as the Broadway Loan Office 
on April 30, 1919, at I63 West Broadway, were suspended indefinitely 



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



Curry, 

Goldstein, 

Pearlstein, 

Jordan, 

Jordan, 



Edward 
Louis 
Rubin 
Ellsworth 
Arthur A. 



'•f 



56 W. Canton st. , 
301 Huntington av., 
1288 Washington st., 

as Roslindale Tire Repair 
Co. 4232 Washington st. 



On the application of D. Whiting & Sons by Charles F. 
Whiting, Harry L. Chapman was appointed a Special Police Officer 
for duty in and about the premises of said company located on 
Rutherford avenue and the adjacent property of the Boston and IiHaine 
Railroad for the year ending March 3I, I920. 



The following named persons, appointed July 25, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



Buckley, 
Chapman, 
Flaherty, 
Hall, 
McDonnell , 



Jeremiah J, 
Charles 
Prank P. 
Thomas H. 
Patrick A. 



O'Donnell, 

O'Leary, 

Pearce, 

Pender, 

Tracey, 



Stephen A, 
Cornelius 
Fred M. 
Patrick 
James J. 



BOSTON, MONDAY. JULY 28, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
V/agon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 

Division 9. 

3465) (Eustis 8t. nr. V/ashington st., 

34365 Ridlon, 0. G. ) " " " " " 
56471 lin front of 2078 Washington st., 

4196 J t " " " 2078 " " 

3287 Tannell, Salvatore in front of 125 Hampden st. 

Division 10. 

4017) 

40521 Chamberlain, Louis E. in front of 828 Shawmut av. 

3291) 

Division 11. 

4639) 

l866( Y/alker, Granville L. in rear of 1470 Dorchester av. 

1739) 



The application of John O'Donnell of the Police Signal 
Service to "be reimbursed in the sum of Three (3) Dollars, being the 
amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account of 
injuries received in the performance of duty as driver in the 
Signal Service, was granted. 



1031 



The following named police officers who were granted an 
Indefinite leave of absence to enter the United States Army, having 
been honorably discharged therefrom, returned to duty July 28, 19^9: 

Patrolman Thomas J. Driscoll, granted leave of absence April 
23, 1918, returned to duty at Division 3 at 5.4'5 P. M. 

Patrolman Matthew McDonald, granted leave of absence May 11, 
1917i returned to duty at Division 16 at 7.45 A. M. 



1032 



BOSTON, MOOTDAY, JULY 28. I919. 



Concluded. 



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



Alpret.Bros. 

Kleinrnan, 

Miller, 

Santo Spirito, 



Benjamin 

Max 

Selvestre 



297 Blue Hill av., 
284 Blue Hill av., 

64 Erie st. , 
136 Harvard st. 



Joseph Doherty, appointed July 25, current, appeared 
July 26, current, and made oath to faithfully and impartially 
perform all the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



Attest: 




Chief Cler 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSI OKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, July 29, I919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



1033 



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

I note that a movement among the members of the Boston 
Police Force to affiliate with the American Federation of Labor is 
actively on foot. I had hoped that the older men in the service 
who have served under my predecessor, Stephen O'Meara who understood 
his attitude on such matters would have speedily and effectually 
terminated such a movement. Mr. O'Meara issued a General Order to 
the police Force on June 28, 1918. I repeat to the members of the 
Force what he said in that General Order and trust that each member 
of the Force will weight every word carefully. Mr. O'Meara said; 

"It is propable that the printed rumors to the ef- 
fect that members of the Police Department are discussing the 
advisability of organizing a union to be affiliated with the 
American Federation of Labor represent no substantial senti- 
ment existing among them. Under ordinary conditions no at- 
tention would be paid to such rumors, but even though unfound- 
ed they are so likely to injure the discipline, efficiency and 
even the good name of the Force, and the times are so favorable 
to the creation of discontent among men who are bearing their 
share of the war burdens, though still at home, that I feel it 
to be my duty to make the situation clear. 

"There is no substantial disagreement as to the 
wisdom and even the necessity of maintaining unions among per- 
sons following the same industrial occupation. 

"Though a union of public employes, as distinct from 
those composed of employee of private concerns, is in itself 
a matter of doubtful propriety, such union in any case and at 
the worst could effect the operations only of a particular 
branch of the city service. The Police Department on the 



1034 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



General Order - The Police Force & American Federation of Labor - 

contd. 

other hand exists for the impartial enforcement of the laws 
and the protection of persons and property under all condi- 
tions. Should its members incur obligations to an outside 
organization, they would be justly suspected of abandoning the 
impartial attitude which heretofore has vindicated their good 
faith as against the complaints almost invariably made by both 
sides in many controversies. 

"It is assumed erroneously that agents of an outside 
organization could obtain for the police advantages in pay and 
regulations. This is not a question of compelling a private 
employer to surrender a part of his profits; it has to do with 
police service, which is wholly different from any other service, 
public or private; a service regulated by laws which hold to 
a strict responsibility certain officials of whom the Police 
Commissioner is one. The policemen are their own best advo- 
cates and to suppose that an official would yield on points of 
pay or regulation to the arguments or threats of an outside or- 
ganization if the policemen themselves had failed to establish 
their case, would be to mark him as cowardly and unfit for his 
position. 

"I cannot believe that a proposition to turn the Po- 
lice Force into a union subject to the rules and direction of 
any organization outside the Police Department will ever be 
presented formally to its members, but if unfortunately such a 
question should ever arise, I trust that it will be answered 
with an emphatic refusal by the members of the Force who have 
an intelligent regard for their own self respect, the credit 
of the Department and the obligations to the whole public 
which they undertook with their oath of office." 

I desire to say to the members of the Force that I am 
firmly of the opinion that a police officer cannot consistently 
belong to a union and perform his sworn duty. I am not an 
opponent of labor unions and neither was Mr. O'Meara. He pointed 
out in well chosen language that there is no question in the Police 
Department as to how much of an employer's profits should be shared 
with the workers. Policemen are public officers. They have taken 
an oath of office. That oath requires them to carry out the law 
with strict impartiallity, no matter what their personal feeling 
may be. The laws they carry out are laws made by the representa- 
tives of the people assembled in the Legislature. Therefore it 
should be apparent that the men to whom the carrying out of these 
laws is entrusted should not be subject to the orders or the dic- 
tation of any organization, no matter what, that comprises only one 
part of the general public. A man who enters the Police Force as 
I have stated takes an oath of office and he should realize that 
his work is sharply differentiated from that of the worker in 
private employ. It is difficult to see under these circumstances 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 2^, 1919. 



Contd. 



General Order - The Police Force & American Federation of Labor - 

concluded, 

what a policeiBan can hope to gain by the proposed affiliation al- 
though it is easi' to see how the other affiliated bodies may gain a 
great deal. Mr, O'Meara put it well when he said that "The police- 
men are their own best advocates and to suppose that an official 
would yield on points of pay or regulation to the arguments or 
threats of an outside organization if the policemen themselves had 
failed to establish their case, would be to mark him as cowardly 
and unfit for his position." 

As Police Commissioner for the city of Boston I feel it my 
duty to say to the Police Force that I disapprove of the movement 
on foot, that in my opinion it is not for the best interests of 
the men themselves and that beyond question it is not for the best 
interest of the general public which this Department is required to 
serve. 



1035 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Thomas F. 
Goode of Division l6 against Patrolman Joseph M. Connor of Division 
16 for violation of Rule 39 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

In that on July 8, 1919. Patrolman Connor was concerned 
in four cases before the Municipal Court for the City of Boston and 
that said officer failed to be punctual in attendance at said Court 
on above named date. 

In that on July 8, 1919. said Patrolman Connor was the 
complainant in four cases before the Municipal Court for the City of 
Boston and failed to have said cases properly prepared for arraign- 
ment or for trial on above named date. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial Board 
consisting of Captains Thomas C. Evans, Charles T. Reardon and 
Patrick F. King, on the twenty-second day of July, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Connor by giving 
him a true copy of the complaint, and that it was continued from 
time to time until the twenty-eighth day of July, current, and then 
it appeared that a hearing was had. He appeared with counsel and 
pleaded not guilty to the charge and the Board found him guilty as 
charged in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding 
and with the recommendation of the Board ordered that the said 
Patrolman Joseph M. Connor perform one hundred and five hours' 
punishment .duty. 



1036 



BOSTOK, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Charles M. Franklin, 76 Vernon street, 
for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Drivers' License #2411 was 
granted. 



The application of Charles M. Franklin for a copy of his 
license #144,198 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 168 Warren street, Roxtury, was granted. 



The application of Frank L. Devine for a transfer of his 
license #126,184 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage frora a garage 
at 565 East Seventh street to a garage at 4 Barrett avenue was 
granted. 



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



Martin, 
Polack, 
Sandler, 



Julius 
Julius 
Samuel 



60 Poplar St., 
8 Larkin st. , 
24 No. Anderson st. 



Joseph P. Dumas, reappointed July 28, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a private detective. 



1037 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 29, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Conunonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May ^1, I920. 



Carpenter, 
Dunn, 
Sullivan, 
Welch, 



Lucius S. 520 Beacon st., 

William F. ] 43 Franklin st., 
Daniel L. ( 4 (^uincy ter., Rox. , 

John F. J 84 Ferrin st., 
approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 
American Railway Express Company. 



Harry L. Chapman, appointed July 28, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 1920, 



Division 3. 



6629 Costello, Patrick J. 
3306 King, Barney W. 



in front of 3 Blossom at., 
cor. Anderson & Myrtle sts. 



Division 10. 



1279 
1825 
2748 

4094 
4815 
4922 

5119 
6630 
6631. 



Turner, John H. 



in front of 36 Dempster st. , 



1038 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolman Thomas J. Casby of Division 13, thirty days, commenc- 
ing July 29, current, to recover his health at the Rutland State 
Sanitorium. 

Chief Inspector John R. McGarr of the Bureau of Criminal 
Investigation, seven days, commencing August I8, current, to extend 
his vacation. 



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



Brookline Av. Garage 
Spinale, Carmelo 
Trolock, James P. 
Washington Jewelry Co. 



462 Brookline av., 
374 Atlantic av. , 
lbl3 Washington st., 
386 Washington st. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Wednesday, July 30, 1919* 



1039 



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 :- 

Former Reserveman Robert W. Peterson, who resigned June 
21, 1918, to enter the military service of the United States, having 
filed the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in the Depart- 
ment as a Patrolman and assigned to Division 1, to take effect 
Wednesday, July 30, I919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Gernania Verein by Henry V/. Moser, President, - to have musical 
and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Germania Hall 
located at 15 Granville street. West Roxbury. 

Highland Club of West Roxbury by John M. L. "Ramseyer, Treasurer, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Highland Hall located at 1866 Centre street. , 

Jeremiah J. McNamara - to have musical and literary entertain- j 
ments and dancing parties in Maynard Hall located at 243 "^ street. 

quincy Theatres, Incorporated, by Alfred S. Black, President, - 
to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville entertainments 
in the Roxbury Theatre located at 2170-2176 Washington street. 

Tremont Temple Baptist Church by Leonard H. Rhodes, Chairman, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments in Lorimer Hall located 
at 82 Tremont street. 



1040 



BOSTON, WEDKBSDAY, JULY 30, 191^. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



452 Blakely, 
1866 Cobbins, 
1312 Pollmer, 



Warren A. 
Peyton L. 
Harold C. 



98 Hemenway st. , 
182 Braddock pk. , 
54 Willow St., W. R. 



The application of Peyton L. Cobbins for a license 
#100,744 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 293 
Northampton street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Peter A. Murphy for a transfer of his 
license #43,902 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 56 Dennis street to a garage at 44 Dennis street was granted. 



The application of Ike Gorin, 8I Joy street, for a new 
Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



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

Bowman's Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by John J. 
Gillis, 130 Chelsea street, - to parade with the Metal Trades 
Council of Charlestown and Greater Boston, to have a Protest 
Meeting on Boston Common, on Thursday, July 3I, current, from 
1 to 3.3c p. m. 

Route: From the corner of Water and Wapping streets to 
Chelsea street, City square, Washington street North, Washington 
street. School and Beacon streets to Boston Common. 



1041 



BOSTON, WEDMESDAY, JULY 30, I919. 



Concluded. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Italian Marine Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by 
Valeric Saja, 11 Dover street, Cambridge, - to parade with the 
Society of the Blessed Virgin on Saturday, August 2, current, from 
8 to 9«3C p. m. and Sunday, August 3, current, from 2 to 4 p. m. 

Route: From 3 Snowhill street to Prince, Endicott, Hanover, 
Richmond and North streets. Fleet, Charter, Salem and Prince streets 
to Hall at 3 Snowhill street. 



The application of Jefferson H. Parker, 1 Davis street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 3^1 1920. 



The application of Harry A. White, 450 Massachusetts 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



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



The application of Patrolman Josep}-! J, McGillvray of 
Division 10 for leave of absence from duty for one day, commencing 
August 1, current, to attend a meeting of the Boston Social Club, 
was granted without pay. 

Attest: 




1042 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMI BSI OKER . 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday. July 31, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 1920, were forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor approved :- 

Boston National League Baseball Company by George W, Grant, 
President, - to have exhibitions of baseball, football and athletic 
games on the grounds known as Braves Field located on Gaffney 
street. 

Tremont Temple Baptist Church by Leonard H. Rhodes, Chairman, 

- to have musical and literary entertainments in Chipman Hall 
located at 82 Tremont street. 

Tremont Temple Baptist Church by Leonard H. Rhodes, Chairman, 

- to have musical and literary entertainments in Converse Hall 
located at 82 Tremont street. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 

27 Cherry st., 

68 Frankfort St., E. B. , 

76 Hamilton st., Readville. 



1535 


Kelley, 


Eugene 


2446 


Scanzillo, 


Nicolo 


1335 


Tripp, 


Abel W. 



The application of Phillip Miller, 96 Harrishof street, 
for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License jj'1152 was 
granted. 



BOSTON, lliURSDAY, JULY 3I, 191^. 



Contd. 



The application of Abel \T. Tripp for a license #67,928 to 
set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 76 Hamilton street, 
Readville, was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Phillip Miller for a copy of his 
license #02234A to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 191 Humboldt avenue was granted. 



1043 



The application of Perlie P. Carle, 62 Downer avenue, 
Dorchester, to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for 
the year ending July 31. 1920. 



The application of Laurence H. Donnelly, 5 Edwin street, 
Dorchester, approved by M. E. Shaw, Owner, C. H. Wright & Company, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 3I, I92C. 



The application of Albert S. Miner, 928 Dorchester 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



On the application of Conrad & Company, Incorporated, by 
T. P. McGrath, Superintendent, Arthur E. Austin was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises ^5^25-29 
Winter street for the year ending March 31 , 192O. 



1044 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, JULY 3I, I919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the E. C. Campbell Company by E. C. 
Campbell, President, iielson Curtis Jr. was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #236 and 240 
Milk street for the year ending March 31, 192O. 



On the application of v7illiam8 and Bands, Agents, by A. H. 
Parker, General Superintendent, Herbert Fieldhouse was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
Washington Building located at 387 Washington street and 12 and 30 
Bromfield street for the year ending March 31, 192O. 



The applications of the following named persona for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I92O. 



6633 Predd, Nathan 



Division 3« 

in front of 14 Irving st. 
Division ^. 



66341 

66351 Miller, Melbourne P. in front of I93 Warren st. 

6636) 

Division 12. 
6632 Maider. William J. Jr. in front of 541 E. Broadway. 

Division 12. 
6637 Withrow, William E. in front of 740 E. Broadway. 



1045 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JULY 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Arena, Agostino 

Armour & Company 
Augusta, Matteo. 
Benjamin, W. W. 
Chamberlain & Company Inc. 
Courtney-McGowan Company 



Cusolito, 



Cincotta Go. 



Dorcliester Tire & Repair Co. 
Eyges, Mendel 

Giordano, Modes tino 
Goodman, Louis 
Harry's Fruit & Produce Co. 
Hollis, N. C. & Co. 
Leverone, Frank 
Newsome Sc McLeod 
Pantazelos, Peter S. 
Piccaducci, Gaetano 
i^uimby & Cheney Inc. 
Richardson, Hamlin 
Richmond Fruit Company 
White, Eathan I. 

Wood, Charles 



163-165 


North St. , 


109 


Clinton St., 


420 


Hanover st. , 


26-28 


Richmond st., 


161 


Atlantic av. , 


366 Washington st.. 


70-72 


Commercial st.. 


1340 


Blue Hill av.. 


150 


Chambers st. , 


18 


Thacher st. . 


38 Phillips St., 


92 


Commercial st., 


21 


North St., 


154 


Canal st. , 


124 


Clinton st.. 


52-54 


Commercial st., 


19 


Charter st., 


79 


Portland st.. 




Faneuil Hall Market, 


63 


Richmond st.. 


288 


Hanover st., 


127 


Hanover st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at tlie locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
disapproved for the reason that stands at these locations would 
interfere with public travel :- 



Cataldo, 
Goodman, 
Matarazzo, 
Tuberosa, 



Nicola 
Bella 
Raffaele 
Salvatore 



81 Prince st. , 
85 Prince at. , 
138 Chelsea st. , 
Porter st. 



1046 



BOSTOII. THURSDAY, JULY 3I, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Captain James P. Sullivan of Division 2, eleven days, com- 
mencing August 21, current, to attend to private business. 

PatroliTian James E. Bradley of Division 11, three days, com- 
mencing July 31, current, on account of the death of his wife. 



The application of Sergeant John F. McCarthy of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward 
of Twenty-five (25) Dollars from the Hinckley and Wood Insurance 
Company for the recovery of an automobile stolen from Dr. Emile A. 
Barrier, 1230 Commonwealth avenue, on May 19. current, was granted. 



Pull pay, amounting to Thirty-nine and 45/100 (39. 45) 
Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late patrolman Daniel J. 
Hart of Division 9 deceased July 3, , current, for nine days' tine 
lost in the one hundred and fifty days immediately preceding his 
death and on account of sickness which caused his death. 



The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Rose Hart, 
widow of the late Patrolman Daniel J. Hart of Division 9 deceased 
July 3, current, the sum of Thirty-nine and 45/100 (39.45) Dollars, 
being full pay for nine days* time lost in the one hundred and 
fifty days immediately preceding his death and on account of 
sickness which caused his death. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. JULY 3I, 1919 • 



Concluded, 



1047 



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 



Charles H. Bullock, 
Samuel C. Hutchins, 
Arthur F. Shea, 



Div. 


4, 


6 


days, 


$ 


26. 


30 


n 


9. 


7 


II 




30. 


6b 


H 


10. 


6 


If 




19. 


72 



$ 76.71 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending July 31» current, was approved as follows: - 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$52,776.03 

626.09 

541 . 50 

199.42 

63.85 

$54,208.89 



Attest: 



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Chief CllO'k