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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. August (pp.1048-1169)."

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1048 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONEH. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, August 1, I919. 



Police Cormiissioner 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, 1920, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Hibernian Building Association of Boston Highlands by 
Elizabeth A. Dowd, Clerk, - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Hibernian Hall located at l84 Dudley 
street. 

Hibernian Building Association of Boston Highlands by Elizabeth 
A. Dowd, Clerk, - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in John Boyle O'Reilly Hall located at 184 Dudley 
street. 

Hibernian Building Association of Boston Highlands by Elizabeth 
A. Dowd, Clerk, - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in O'Connell Hall located at l84 Dudley street. 

Intercolonial Club of Boston by J. Frank O'Hare, President, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Intercolonial Hall located at 214 Dudley street. 

Dora Nollman - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Regent Hall located at 646 Warren street, 
Roxbury. 

John J. Williams Building Association, Incorporated, by John 
P. Kelley, President, - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in John J. Williams Hall located on Murray 
Hill road. 



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



1328 Banning, 
314 Weitz, 



Herman J. 
Lincoln A. 



164 Boston St. , 
47 Lawrence st. 



BOSTOII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



10491 



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. 



157,512 Oliver, James A. 
60,4-47 Sanning, Herman J. 



in a garage at 

II H n N 



293 llorthampton st., 
12 Harcourt st. 



The application of James A. Oliver for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License ?S*157.512 on Tremont street, in 
front of the Hotel Melbourne, was granted. 



The application of Abraham Petcove for a transfer of his 
two licenses #01709A and OI709B to set up and use Hackney Carriages 
from a garage at 36 Warren street, Charlestown, to a garage at II9 
Portland street, was granted. 



On information filed by Chief Inspector John R. McGarr 
of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, that Morris Proraisel, a 
licensed junk collector, was convicted in the Municipal Court on 
July 19, current, for larceny of Four Hundred Fifty (450 ) Dollars 
from Mary Krupnick, 43 Rose street, the Junk Collector's License 
granted to the said Morris Proraisel, 36 Seneca street, on April 
30, 1919i was revoked. 



The application of the John Boyle O'Reilly Fife and Drum 
Corps, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by George W. Long, 33 
Elm street, Charlestown, for a Collective Musicians' License to 
parade with Sarsfield Branch, Friends of Irish Freedom, to have 
a reception for Frank P. Walsh, Envoy to the Peace Conference, on 
Sunday, August 3. current, from 6 to 8 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From City square to Washington street North, Washington 
street, Court, Tremont and Boylston streets to Huntington avenue to 
Mechanics Building. 



1050 



BOSTOII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Ambrose, 

Bradbury, 

Curtis, 

Fleming, 

Grant, 

Knight, 

Letzing, 

Maguire, 

Preble, 

Roark, 

Shaw, 

Stuart, 

Teakles, 

Vaughn, 

Wilde, 



Cherrington, 
Sauvan, 



Rogers, 



James 
George J. 
Herbert W. 
William J. 
James D. 
Fred K. 
John L. 
Terrance J. 
Roger W. 
Frank E. 
Arthur A. 
Frederick W. Jr. 
William B. 
Walter E. 
Frank D. 

approved by A. D. 
New York, New Hav 
Frederick B. 
Robert T. 
approved by L. E. 

Joseph A. 
approved by W. E 



78 Thatcher st., H. P., 
4045 Washington st., 

79 Common st., Walpole, 
675 E. Sixth St., 

44 Oak St. , H. P. , 
6 James st., Maiden, 

32 "A" Warren st., 

8 St. Margaret st. , 
60 Union av. , J. P. , 
126 Bunker Hill St., 
739 Broadway, Somerville, 
230 South St., 
70 Central av., So.Braintre|e 
Whitman, Mass., 

45 Nixon St., Dorchester, 
Follansbee, Captain of Police 

en & Hartford Railroad Co., 
108 Washington at. , B. D. , 
1131 Commonwealth av., 
Stearns, American Railway 
Express Company. 
344 Centre st., Newton, 
Hurley, Acting Postmaster, 

Boston. 



The application of Samuel J. Modell, 38 Wyoming street, 
Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Com- 
monwealth which was rejected on June 2, current, was reconsidered 
and granted for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



On the application of Keith's Boston Theatre Company by 
John P. Gorman, Treasurer, Benjamin H. Crosby was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
Boston Theatre, 539 Washington street, and the building #l62 
Tremont street, and 41 Mason street for the year ending March 
31, 1920. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919. 



Contd. 



1051 



On the application of the Egleston Amusement Company by 
Prank D. Littlefield, Treasurer, Walter B. Littlefield was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of 
The Egleston Theatre located at 3093 Washington street for the year 
ending March 31, 1920. 



On his own application, John V. Rock, Lessee, was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of the Ideal Theatre located at 530 Dudley street for the 
year ending March 31. 1920. 



Arthur E. Austin, appointed July 31, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30^ I92O. 



3329 Duby, Lorenzo 



Division 9. 

in front of 384 Warren st. 

Division 12. 
4015 Bateman, Henry in front of 10 L st. 

Division 19. 
3230 Culgin, Charles cor. Oakland & River sts. 



1€^2 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 191^. 



Concluded. 



The application of Sergeant Hugh A. Rourke of Division 6 
for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing August 1, 
current, on account of the death of his sister was granted without 
pay. 



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



Bougopoulos, 
Chandler, 
DiAlessandro, 
Dorr, 
Sample, 
Tarter, 
Tringali, 



George G. 
Cora A. 
Domenico 
Arthur G. Co. 
C. H. & Co. 
Nicholas 
Sebastino 



340 "A" Centre st., 

50 Temple pi. , 
127 Hanover st., 
1-5 Union st. , 
612 Atlantic av. , 
559 Talbot av. , 
Congress st. 



Attest: 




Chief CleiVa. 



1053 



OPPIGS OP THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, August 2, I919. 



There was no executive session held today by order of 
the Police Conimissioner. 



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1054 



OPFICS OF THE POLICE COmiSSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, August 4, 1919* 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

1. Robert J. Eberts, Morris C. Fouhy, Charles J. 
Grinnell and John J. Lucey having resigned from the Police Depart- 
ment voluntarily and without blame and having requested to be 
reinstated, it is, therefore, hereby ordered that they be and 
hereby are appointed Patrolmen. 



Patrolmen: 



2. The following named persons are hereby appointed 



William F. O'Maley, 
Gerald J. Thompson. 



3. The persons appointed Patrolmen in this order are 
assigned temporarily to Division I6; to take effect Monday, 
August 4, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



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

The following is hereby added to and made part of Section 
2 of Rule 34 of the Rules and Regulations :- 

Commanding Officers may in their discretion unless 
otherwise ordered by the Superintendent of the Commissioner 
grant permission to members of the Force on their day of re- 
lief to leave the city for personal reasons for a period not 
exceediiig twenty-four hours at any one time. 



1055 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Charles V. Bere - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Seaverns Hall located at 670 Centre street. 

Boston American League Baseball Club by H. H. Frazee, Presi- 
dent, - to have exhibitions of baseball, football and athletic 
games on the grounds known as Fenway Park located on Jersey and 
LansdowneJB tree ts . 

William W. Clarke - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in the Strand Hall located at I77 Huntington 
avenue. I 

Congregation Adath Jeshurun by Nathan Pinanaki, President, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Brunswick Hall located at 395 Blue Hill avenue. 

Augustus A. Fales - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Mishawan Hall located at 11 City square, 
Charles town. 

Finnish Workingraen's Association by Arvo Hill, Vice President, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Temple Hall located at 521 Cambridge street. 

Harvard Athletic Association by Fred W. Moore, Treasurer, - to 
have exhibitions of football, baseball and athletic games in Harvard 
Stadium and Soldiers Field located on North Harvard street. 

The Lithuanian Co-operative Association of Brighton, Incorpo- 
rated, by K. J. Washkis, President, - to have musical and literary 
entertainments and dancing parties in Lithuanian Co-operative Hall 
located at 24-26 Lincoln street, Brighton. 

L. V. Nilea - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in Bloomfield Hall located at 1 Tonawanda street, 

Oakland Hall Trustees by G. E. Burt - to have musical and 
literary entertainments and dancing parties in Oakland Hall located 
at 6 Oakland street, Llattapan. 

quinobequin Lodge /Jfyo, I. 0. 0. F. by Vifelton M. Howatt - to 
have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Odd 
Fellows Hall located on Depot square, Jamaica Plain. 

Charles B. Rogers & Company by Linville H. Smith - to have 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Jamaica 
Hall loc-ated at 705 Centre street. 

Hotel Somerset Company by George R. Leghorn, Treasurer, - to 
have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in the 
Hotel Somerset Ballroom located on Commonwealth avenue and Charles- 
gate East. 



1056 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, I919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 

Arthur E. Stoddard - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Hyde Park Hall located at 12 Central 
avenue, Hyde Park. 

Francis W. Strickland - to have musical and literary 



ments and dancing parties 
Washington street. 



in Strickland's Hall located at 



entertain- 
1031 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of George A. Barron et al for a charter 
as The Massachusetts Society of Optometrists for the mutual advance- 
ment of its members in scientific Optometry and the promotion of 
good-fellowship and encouragement of research work; no fixed 
iocation. 



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



2448 


Collins, 


William L. 


120 


2450 


Lamb, 


Percy 


4 


2373 


Levine, 


Abraham 


158 


2449 


Schiaff ino, 


Andrew 


23 


2447 


Smith, 


Harold S. 


33 


1380 


Stephens, 


Thomas G. 


71 



Regent st., Roxbury, 
M St. pi. , 
Chambers st. , 
Middlesex st. , 
E. Lenox st. , 
Batavia st. 



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



Ginsburg, 
Widerman, 



Goosse 
Sara 



23 Oak Grove ter. , 
210 Howard av. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Cohen, 
Olitsky, 



Samuel 
Louis 



64 Phillips St., 
172 Paris St. 



The application of Joseph Luca for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 134 A street was graxited for the year ending April 30» 
1920, in place of Angelo Luca. This license is not to be sold 
or transferred. 



The application of John J. Day for a transfer of his 
license #52,866 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 628 East Fourth street to a garage at 621 East First street 
was granted. 



1057 



It was 

Ordered: That the suspension on July 28, 1919, of 
the Pawnbroker's License and license to deal in Second Hand Articles 
granted to John Naigles on April 30, I9IV, at I63 Y/est Broadway as 
the Broadway Loan Office, be and hereby is vacated and that the 
licenseepe permitted to continue business under both licenses after 
noon-time August 4, current. 



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



Hutchins, 
^;hurber. 



Basil F. 
Madison T. 



799 Tremont st. , 
91 Savin Hill av, 



1058 



BOSTOII, MOIJDAY, AUGUST 4, I919. 



Contd. 



On information filed by Captain Perley S. Skillings of 
Division 9 that the following named persons, licensed dealers in 
second hand articles, violated the conditions of their licenses 
by failing to make a daily report of goods purchased for the month 
of July, the licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
the said persons were revoked:- 



Simon, Isaac 
granted April 30, 1919. 



John C. 



1919. 



Smith, 
granted May 12, 

Canner, 

Darish, 

Prank, 

Ginsberg, 
granted Uay 19, 

Sweeney, 
granted June 2, 

Prezker, 

Breslau, 
granted June 23, 1919. 

Snyder, Harry 
granted July 2, 1919. 



1919. 
1919. 



Samuel 
Julius 
Otto M. 
Samuel 

Joseph A. 

Charles 
Hyman 



16 "A" Blue Hill av., 

724 Dudley st. , 

1888 Washington st., 
922 Harrison av. , 
708 "B" Columbia rd., 
789 Massachusetts av., 

564 "A" Col'ombia rd. , 

78 E. Cottage St. , 
2462 Washington st., 

2180 Washington st.. 



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



Officers. 



McGrath, 
Q,uinn, 
Reed, 
Saunders, 



Thomas J. 
Thoraas J. 
Oscar W. 
Charles L, 



Employers. 

JohnV. Rock, Lessee, 
Ideal Theatre, 
530 Dudley st. , 
Massachusetts Press, Inc., 
P. J. Ricker, Treasurer, 
29 Oliver street. 
Winthrop Dunham, Supt. , 

F. W. Woolworth Company, 
1075 Washington st. , 
H. I. Wasserman, President, 
Eagle Theatre, 

2227 Washington st. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



Walter B. Littlef ield, appointed August 1, current, 
appeared August 2, current, and made oath to faithfully and imparti- 
ally perform all the duties incumbent on him as a special police 
officer. 



1059 



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



Officers. 



Curtis, 

Fieldhouse, 

Crosby, 

Rock, 

Quinn, 



Nelson Jr. ) 
Herbert f 
Benjamin H. i^ 
John V. f 
Thomas J. 



Appointed. 
July 31. 1919, 
August 1, 1919, 
" 4, 1919. 



The application of James V. May, Superintendent, for the 
appointment of Ralph G. Scott as a Special Police Officer for duty 
in and about the premises of the Boston State Hospital located on 
Walkhill street corner of Canterbury street, was rejected for the 
reason that said Scott is not a citizen. 



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

Division 3. 

6650 
6651 
6652 

6653 

6654 American Ry. Ex. Co, in Huntley's Garage, Hawkins St., 

6655 

6656 

6657 
6658 
6659 
6660 



1060 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, I919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 5« 



48 
80 
82 

88 
106 

135 
211 

230 

261 

265 

303 
315 
322 

326 

373 
523 

562 

593 

602 

614 

647 American Ry. Ex. Go, 

726 

750 

754 

773 

849 
881 
885 
942 

945 
976 
978 

979 
1182 
1194 
1368 
1369 
1378 
1390 

1415 
1418 
1419 



Village St. cor. Compton st. , 



1061 



BOSTOM, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, l^iy. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 5 - concluded. 



1569 
1843 
1847 
1870 
I94y 
1956 
1978 
2012 
2049 
2050 
2070 
2077 
2097 
2103 
2117 
2134 

2155 
2172 
2178 
2354 

2405 

2417 American Ry. Ex. Co, 

2446 

2464 

2542 

2703 
2902 

2905 
2906 
3000 
3002 

3003 
3007 
3912 

3913 

3914 

3915 
3916 
4254 

4515 
4526. 



village St. cor. Coinpton st.. 



1062 



BOSTQIT, MOIIDAY, AUGUST 4, I919. 



Contd, 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 6. 



23 
24 

33 

It 

112 
176 
321 

349 

350 
368 
410 
415 
727 
830 
842 

919 
1332 
1336 
1398 
1421 
1448 
1503 
1519 

1539 
1542 

1647 
1712 
1729 
1878 
1912 
1920 
2054 
2059 
2136 

2173 
2319 
2561 
2562 
2563 
2564 
2566 
2642 
2644 



American Ry, Ex. Co. 



in stable at 343 Congress st,, 



1063 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, l^l'^. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenaea Granted - contd. 

Division 6 - contd. 

2645 
2846 
2904 
2936 

3CC1 

3105 
3290 
3527 
3529 

3599 
3691 

3727 

4102 
4118 
4538 
4540 
4543 

4555 
4709 

4800 

4834 

5128 

5361 

5365 

5868. 

6685 

6636 

6687 

6688 

6689 

6690 

6691 

6692 

6693 
6694 

6695 
6696 

6697 
6698 
6699 
6700 
6701 
6702 
6703 
6-704 



in a stable at 343 Congress st., 



American Ry.Ex. Co. 



garage 



343 Congress at.. 



1064 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 4, l^iy. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 6 - contd. 

6705 
6706 
6707 
6708 

6709 
6710 
6711 
6712 
6713 
6714 

6715 
6716 

6717 
671B 
6719 
6720 
6721 
6722 
6723 
6724 
6725 
6726 
6727 
6728 
6729 
673c 
6731 
6732 
6733 
6734 
6735 
6736 

6737 
6738 
6739 
6740 
6741 
6742 
6743 
6744 

6745 
6746 
6747 
6748 
6749 



American Ry. Ex. Co. 



in a garage at 343 Congress at. 



1065 



BOSTON, MONDAY. AUGUST 4, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon LicenBes Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 



67?c 

6751 
67i)'2 

67^4. 

6661 
6662 
6663 
6664 
6665 
6666 
6667 
6668 
6669 
6670 
6671 
6672 

6673 
6674 

6675 
6676 

6677 
6676 
6679 
6680 
6681 
6682 
6683 
6684. 



2iy 
663^ 



3333 

6639 
6640 
5421 



in a garage at 3'^3 Congress st.. 



American Ry. Ex. Go, 



n 11 II 



60 Dorchester av. , 



Division 7« 

Caplan, Max. in front of 179 Chelsea st. 

Gordon & Rissirian Furniture Co. in front of 291 Sumner st. 

Division 10. 
Sykes, Raymond in front of 570 "A" Shawmut av. 

Division 14. 

Wentworth, Bertram S. in rear " 42 Hichborn st. 

Division 18. 
Barrett, Francis E. in front of 1227 River st. 

Division I9. 
Abrams, Abram L. in front of 3 Woodrow av. 



1066 



BOSTOIT, MOITDAY, AUGUST 4, 1919- 



Concluded. 



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



Bonanno , 
Rosenfeld, 



Mary 
Philip 



384 Vn'ashington st. 
317 Harrison av. 



The application of Patrolman George P. DeLeskey of 
Division 7 to accept the sum of Thirty-five (35) Dollars from 
the Probation Officer of the East Boston Court as reimburaement 
for damages to his uniform while arresting Robert J. Herlihy on 
June 8, current, for assault and battery on said DeLeskey on 
Sumner street near Border street, was granted. 



Patrolman Frederick W, Lorway, who was granted leave of 
absence for an indefinite period, commencing September 21, 1917i to 
enter the United States Army, having received an honorable discharge 
therefrom, returned to duty at Station 16 at 7.45 A. M. , August 4, 
1919. 



Joseph H. Johnson was appointed a Janitor at Station 1 
for the probationary period of six months with pay at the rate of 
Eleven Hundred (IICO) Dollars per annuiu, commencing August 1, 1919* 



Attest; 



Chief GlerflL^_) 



OFFICIS OF THE POLICE COI^ISSIGIOSR. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, August 5. 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Patrick Raftery of Division 
14. having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Tuesday, August 5, 1919i at 5«4-5 o'clock, P. M. 



1067 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, 1920. 



291 Barry, 
2451 Lowther, 
1907 St. John, 



Daniel V. 
Wallace 
Henry L. 



J30 W. Third st. , 
i29 Beacon st. , 
7 Oxford ter. 



The application of Thomas Solomon, 1,7 Chadwick street, 
Roxbury, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License was rejected. 



The application of Thomas Solomon for a license to set 
up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at II9 Portland street 
was rejected. 



1068 



BOSTOK, TUESDAY. AUGUST 5, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Richard H. McKenna for a transfer of 
his license #142,71? to set up and use a hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 17 Clarendon street to a garage at 4C8 South Huntington 
avenue was granted. 



The application of Abraham Kuchinsky, 8 Grove park, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of Earry Cohen, 37 Haskins street, for a 
new Junk Collector's Badge 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, I920. 



Beardsley, 

Buckley, 

Niven, 



Devencenzi, 
Guffanti, 
Hurley, 
Killilea, 



O'Meara, 



William K. 
approved by J. W. 
Edward T. ] 

Ralph L. J 
Rhode Island, app 
Manager, American 
Louis 

Alexander J. 
Joseph P. Jr.) 
John H. } 
approved by W. E. 

Richard J. 
approved by Capta 



14 Rexhame st. , 
Story, Boston Fish Pier Co. 
17c Centre st. , Eridgewater, 

Conn. 
262 Cypress st. Providence, 
roved by C. W. Robie, General 
Railway Express Company, 
2 Cambridge st. , 
107 Norfolk St., Cambridge, 
41 Congreve st., Ros., 
13 Spring Hill ter., Som. , 
Hurley, Acting Postmaster, 

Boston, 
27 Vinton St. , 
in George P. Carter, Boston 
Army Supply Base. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. 1919. 



Contd, 



The application of Dana E. Jackson, 14 Savin street, 
Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



1069 



The application of Sam Harris for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 1 Milford street to 
39 Middlesex street was granted. 



On the application of the Package Confectionery Company "by 
H. Merrick, Superintendent, Edward P. Lysholra v/as appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #741 East Sixth 
street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of Captain George P. Carter, United 
States Quartermaster Corps, Richard J. O'Meara was appointed a 
Special police Officer for duty in and about the premises of all 
warehouses under the Jurisdiction of the Zone Supply Officer, Boston, 
for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



The application of Joseph B. Manning, 74 Dalton street, 
for a license #C128o6 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was 
granted until March 1, I92O. 



The application of W. P. Frost for two Y»'agon Licenses 
#6642 and 6643 to locate in the Field's Corner Garage located at 
Park street corner of Adams street was granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



1070 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1919 . 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman John P. Walsh of Division 
6 for leave of absence from duty for fourteen days, commencing 
August 21, current, to regain his health was granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman Florence O'Regan of 
Division 6 for permission to accept a reward of One Hundred (100 ) 
Dollars from the Boston Consolidated Gas Company for the arrest 
of John McDonough for larceny from a gas meter at 59 Gold street 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Maurice P. Ryan of Division 
14 to be reimbursed in the sum of Thirty (30) Dollars, being the 
amount of a doctor's bill for professional services rendered on 
account of injuries received by being bitten by a dog at 299 North 
Harvard street while listing male residents on April 1, 1919» was 
granted. 



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



Pappageorge, 
Rossetti, 
Selvetella, 
Winokur, 



James N. 
George 
Prank 
Jennie 



547 Dudley st., 

219 Marion st. , 

262 Sumner st., 

40 Spring St. 



Attest; 



Chief CI 



fc" 



1071 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMlilSSIOillR. 
29 PembertOK square. 



Boston, Wednesday, August 6, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Joseph A. McCulloch of 
Division I6 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Wednesdaj-, August 6, 1919, at 5»4-5 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 :- 

Louis L. Galbraith - to have exhibitions of moving pictures 
in the V/inthrop Hall Theatre located at 570 Columbia road. 

Wolf Goldstein - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Otisfield Grand ?iall located at 17-19 
Otisfield street. 

Harry S. McDevitt - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in The Chateau located at 353 Huntington 
avenue. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 192c. 



2453 Brady, 

745 Mack, 

37 Miraglia, 

2452 Richards, 

1054 Smith, 



Thomas F. 
William J. 
Frank 

Lewis G. 
Thornton J. 



97 Morton st., 
1063 Boylston st. , 
23 Motte St. , 
178 Western av., Cambridge, 
52 Edison Green. 



1072 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Frank iliraglia for a license s59f^92 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 628 East 
Fourth street was granted for the year ending June 30, I92O. 



The following named persons, appointed August 4, 
current, appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially 
perform all the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 

Oscar W. Reed, 
* ■ Charles L. Saunders. 



The application of Rosswell A. Ash, 5^ Clarendon avenue, 
West SomervilJe, for a license #C35.6o8 to operate a Sight-Seeing 
Automobile was granted until March 1, 1920. 



Thie applications of the following named persons for 
Y/agon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3c, 1920. 



Division 7« 



in front of 

n H H 

II II H 



170 Cottage st. , 

79 Morris st. , 
148 Maverick st. , 



19 New St., 



6645 DiGiovanni, Arthur 
468 Dress, Joseph 
335 Fenimo, Placito 

3995 

3993 Milward & Stewart 

3987 

3034 

664o. 

6647 Park, George J. Maverick st. cor, Maverick sq. 

Division 14. 

6644 Wentworth, Talbot R. in rear of 42 Hichborn st. 



BOSTON, VGUDUKSDAY, AUGUST 6, 191^. Concluded. 



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

Patrolraan Thoirae F. Kennedy of Division 2, four days, com- 
mencing August 20, current, to attend to private business in Esopus 
New York. 

Lieutenant Herman B. Bodenschatz of Division 13, two days, 
commencing September 20, current, to extend his vacation. 



1073 



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 CommiseionerB 
approved ;- 



Brajnanto, 
Gallagher, 



James 
Cornelius D. 



140 High St., 
87 So. Iferket st. 



Attest: 




1074 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOL^R . 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, August 7» 1919« 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take 
effect Friday, August 8, lyi^, at 5.45 P. M. : 

Patrolman Dexter Littlefield from Division 7 to Division 11, 
" John H. O'Hare " " 11 " " ?• 



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

Thomas P. Fallon - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Fallon Hall located at 1259 River street. 

Morris Furash - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Ruggles Hall located at 5 Ruggles street. 



The application of Kalman Bernstein for an Auctioneer's 
License at 5C9 V/ashington street was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 192c. 



156 Benedettino, Joseph 
1928 Dolan, Edward J. 



70 Oak St., 
627 Massachusetts av., 



10751 



BOSTOK, THUKSDA:^, AUGUST 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



Hackney Carriage Drivers* Licenses Granted - concluded. 



1018 


Hayes, 


John F. 


98 Eutaw St., 


414. 


Leahy , 


Joseph P. 


76 Maywood st. , 


2232 


Nordling, 


Charles 0. 


1043 Tremont st., 


1391 


Santry, 


Timothy J. 


269 W. Fifth St. 


33 


Vinciguerra, 


Ermelindo 


210 Maverick 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, I920. 



8,632 Nordling, Charles 0. 
53,344 Santry, Timothy J. 



in a garage at 

H n It 11 



255 Northampton st. , 
541 Broadway. 



The application of Frank H. Wotton for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #133 » 723 ^^ front of 839 Beacon 
street was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, I92C. 



Col lings, 
O'Brien, 
O'Brien, 
Thing, 



Lipp, 

Simpson, 
Smith, 



George H. ) 282 Centre st., Dorchester, 

Jeremiah P. t 23 Fairmount av., Camb., 

William J. f 307 Warren st., 

George E. j 6O6 Broadway, 

approved by John A. Campbell, Superintendent, 

Commission on Waterways and Public Lands, 

Commonwealth Pier, South Boston, 
John F, 21 Atlantic St., 

approved by R. C. Folsom for the American 

Sugar Kefinery Company, 
Ralph V/. 31 Maxwell st., D. D. , 

approved by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank, 
Clinton P. I7 Montrose st. , Roxbury. 



,1076 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1919. 



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:- 



4545 Mueller, 


A. R. 


Conductor, 


1425 Calbag, 


Walter W. 


II 


2782 Galvin, 


P. J. 


tt 


2640 Grillo, 


F. C. 


n 


2637 Hughes, 


A. P. 


n 


3082 Acker, 


G. W. 


n 


3033 Carlow, 


L. A. 


n 


3443 Ring, 


G. F. 


II 


08 Calmus, 


Charles A. 


n 


135c Dionne, 


Henry H. 


n 


1729 Salaraone, 


Frank P. 


n 


2485 Dawson, 


F. C. 


It 


1344 Haney, 


Thomas A. 


•1 


1478 Feehan, 


Frederick W. 


n 


1663 Flanagan, 


Frank J. 


n 


1836 Binda, 


Andrew A. 


n 


2458 Stephens, 


A. F. 


II 


2684 Acheson, 


E. y. 


n 


2588 McGee, 


B. A. 


N 


2712 Atwood, 


P. W. 


n 


2495 UmbB, 


L. F. 


N 


082 Maree, 


Bartholomew J. 


II 


013 Brady, 


Bernard 


II 


1668 Kelley, 


Benjamin L. 


•1 


1813 Coughlan, 


Herbert A. 


11 


1835 Guider, 


Herbert F. 


II 


2025 Hubbell, 


H. D. 


II 


326 Roach, 


A. E. 


II 


3203 Casali, 


J. M. 


H 


4444 Ealoney, 


E. L. 


n 


1253 Tisdale, 


Everett H. 


n 


3222 Ashodian, 


D. N. 


n 


3056 Heddennan, 


J. F. 


H 


4245 Parodi, 


Joseph J. B. 


Motorman, 


1559 McDonagh, 


Henry 


n 


1695 Goring, 


Dudley J. 


II 


2490 Bates, 


W. E. 


II 


2464 Coughlin, 


J. J. 


II 


4194 Wolffer, 


C. W. 


II 


1782 Story, 


Edwin C. 


n 


1778 Rogers, 


Sheldon S. 


(1 


1762 Randall, 


Walter N. 


II 


1033 Turner, 


Stephen R. 


n 


1746 Downey, 


William T. 


II 



1077 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, I9I9. 



Contd, 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



174-C Carpenter, 
1775 Magrath, 
1722 McMorrow, 
1745 Whit comb, 
1757 Griffin, 
1760 McPartland, 

1780 Read, 

1781 Blake, 
1783 McFarland, 
1737 O'Brien, 
1073 Driscoll, 
2394- Sampson, 
2324 Doherty, 
2313 Mulleen, 
2528 Wilcox, 
2501 Falkland, 
2262 Salmon, 
2086 Bowie, 
2754 Gardner, 

2744 Winchenbach, 

2745 Knowlton, 
272^)' Rogers, 
2673 Connors, 
2628 Gurner, 
2623 Coutts, 
2644 Donovan, 
3075 LaNormandin, 
3065 Harvey, 
3128 Frizzell, 
3385 Donohue, 
3382 Osborne, 
1191 Lee, 

3368 kadigan, 
3364 Powers, 
3358 Nash, 
3362 Roach, 
3344 Dodge, 
3309 Delaney, 
3305 Cerqua, 
3303 Rogers, 
3290 Schneider, 
3289 Fitzpa trick, 
3087 Corcoran, 
3209 Bourdeau, 
4235 Murphy, 



Iven S. 

Fred 

James 

Edward F. 

Fred T. 

John 

Charles A. 

James M. 

Frank L. 

John 

Dennis 

C. A. 

J. 

M. F. 

C. J. 
P. F. 
M. 

A. E. 

D. F. 
S. H. 
C. H. 
A. H. 
P. 

W. 

W. D. 
J. 

L. P. 
C. A. 
G. J. 
J. J. • 
L. F. 
George F. 
M. J. 
C. T. 
T. M. 

A. E. 
C. G. 
H. S. 
N. 

William J. 
K. 

J. 

C. C. 
P. P. 

B. S. 



Motorman, 
II 

n 
It 
II 

H 
II 
II 
II 
II 

n 
II 
ti 

H 

II 

II 

n 
n 
It 
II 
It 
It 
ti 
M 

H 
II 
•I 
II 
It 
H 
II 
II 
H 
II 
II 
tt 
II 
•I 
II 
II 
II 

n 
It 
n 
11 



1078 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, I919. 



Contd. 



vatec 


i Ry. Licenses 


Cane 


elled 


- concluded. 


4399 


Driscoll, 


J. 


J. 


Motorrnan, 


4C04 


Smith, 


J. 


H. 


w 


4018 


Minor, 


J. 


E. 


« 


40 61 


Brooks, 


F. 


A. 


H 


4114 


O'Connell, 


J. 


J. 


H 


4118 


Hawe, 


E. 




tl 


4161 


Fisher, 


C. 


E. 


« 


4182 


Thornton, 


J. 


H. 


tf 


4267 


Fennel 1, 


P. 




n 


4365 


Miller, 


L. 


J. 


)i 


4501 


Eransf ield. 


W. 


J. 


II 


4502 


Peterson, 


w. 


K. 


•1 


1486 


Sexton, 


John M. 


II 


4486 


Johnson, 


C. 


G. 


H 


326 


Roach, 


A. 


E. 


Starter. 



The application of Henry C. Murphy, 50 State street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



The application of Patrolman William Flynn of Division 3 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight and 82/lOC (8.82) Dollars, 
being the cost of cloth for new uniform trousers to replace a pair 
destroyed while pursuing an unknown man who attempted to snatch 
a watch from John Perry on Stoddard street on June 29, current, 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Stephen J. Gillis of 
Division 9 for permission to accept a reward of One Hundred (ICO) 
Dollars from the Boston Consolidated Gas Company for the arrest of 
Harry A. Egan for larceny from gas meters at 5 Ambrose street on 
June 13, current, was granted. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Patrol. 

N 

n 
n 



N 

n 

H 
H 
N 

w 
w 
« 



V/illiam J. Hurley, 
Donald A, McGillivray, 
Thomas F. Ryan, 
Charles H. Bullock, 
(Emma J. Butterman, widow 
(Adolf F. Butterman, 
Samuei C. Hutchins, 
Bernard F. Lynch, 
Gardner M. Davis, 
Arthur F. Shea, 
Philip L. Anderson, 
William V. Chisholm, 
John J. Donovan, 
James S. Norton, 



Div. 


1. 


11 


days. 


$ 36.16 


« 


1, 


5 


H 


21.91 


•1 


4, 


17 


n 


74.51 


n 


4, 


6 


H 


26.30 


II 


9. 


3 


n 


13.15 


11 


9, 


7 


•1 


30.68 


n 


9, 


6 


n 


26.30 


n 


10. 


3 


II 


13.15 


n 


10, 


6 


II 


19.72 


•« 


13. 


5 


N 


21.91 


n 


14, 


9 


H 


39.45 


II 


14, 


3 


n 


13.15 


n 


16. 


7 


n 


30.68 



$367.07 



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. 
II 



Edward F. Hyland, 
Joseph P. Gannon, 
Otis D. Parmenter, 
William H. Games, 
Augustine D. Hamilton, 
Norman F. Garland, 
Peter J. McLaughlin, 
William J. Trainer, 
James P. Kirley, 
Frank D. Shaughnessy, 
William J. Burke, 
Frank H. Lynch, 
John J. Cashmani*"- 
James J. Flavin^^NfllL 
Stephen J. Raffer^^ 
Eldredge A. Dunham, 



Div. 



. 2, 


7 


days, 


1 15.34 , 


3. 


5 


H 


6. 85 


3. 


2 


n 


4.38 


4, 


± 


n 


4.|8 


4, 


6 


n 


10.68 


5. 


30 


n 


62.73 


5, 


4 


n 


^.57 


5, 


30 


II 


65.74 


6. 


4 


It 


b.77 


6. 


3C 


n 


46.29 


7. 


19 


H 


26.84 


7. 


4 


n 


6.57 


9. 


4 


n 


8.77 


9, 


23 


H 


40.97 


11. 


27 


n 


57.52 


12. 


16 
over. 


n 


21.91 


Carry 


. ^^394.31 



1079 



1080 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, I919. 



Concluded, 



Half pay allowed for lost time - concluded. 



Patrol 

n 



Patrick Raftery, 
Charles T. Corey, 
William A. Hamilton, 
Cornelius J. Kiley Jr., 
Jeffrey J. O'Connell, 
James P. Kripp, 
Daniel J. Lynch, 
Bernard J. O'Donnell, 
Gustave Rosenfeld, 
John L. Gallagher, 
James J. Mull in, 
Isaac T. Myers, 
Albert J. Eott, 
Inspector William J. Rooney, 



i\ 


r. 14, 


n 


1?, 


ti 


15. 


n 


15. 


II 


lb, 


H 


16. 


H 


16. 


n 


16, 


II 


16. 


« 


17. 


II 


17. 


II 


17. 


n 


17. 


• 


C. I. 



19 days, 
10 '• 

14 

8 

12 

3 
3 

5 
13 

9 

2 
10 
17 
30 



I 31.23 
21.91 

23.01 

12.05 
26.30 

4.93 
6.57 
10.96 
28.49 
19.72 
4.38 
21.91 
37.25 
83.23 

$726.25 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending August 7i current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



1^53.785.54 
626.09 
551.36 
199.42 

63.85 
155.226.26 



Attest: 




Chief Clerl 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLMISSIOMIR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, August 8, 1919» 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



1031 



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

American Congregational Association "by Arthur F. Johnson, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments in Pilgrim 
Hall located at 14 Beacon street. 

Boston Gaelic School Society by Timothy Donovan, Vice President 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Dudley Hall located at 2389 V/ashington street, 

Walcott & Company, Incorporated, by Albert H. Walcott, General 
Manager, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Walcott Hall located at 3I Central square. 



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

7 Rockville pk. , 
117 Crawford at., 
396 Medford St., Som. , 
085 Massachusetts av . , 
400 Tremont st. 



2454 


Allen, 


Melanethon T. 


2455 


Corar.ianday , 


Charles 


571 


Driscoll, 


Michael 


995 


Flavin, 


Michael F. 


296 


Splaine, 


Dennis W. 



10 






BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1^20. 



159,920 Allen, Melanethon T. 
159i54-2]l CODimanday.Bros. 
160,4831 

6951 DrisGOll, Michael 

1.133) 
65,863 Flavin, Michael F. 
OII39A 
01139c 

OII39D McDonnell, John M. 
OII39E 
95.000. 



in a garage at 

n II It II 



" •• staTale 
" " garage 

n II n 



16b Warren st., Rox 
12 Geneva av. , 

81 Austin St. CD. 

25 Irvington st, 

610 Columbia rd. 



The application of the Hellenic Philharmonic Society Band, 
consisting of twenty-eight musicians, by Nicholas C. Culolias, 
161 Devonshire street, for a Collective Musicians' License to 
parade with the Hellenic Association of Boston and kindred Societies 
on Sunday, August 10, current, at 1 p. m. , was granted. 

Route; Societies coming from the North Station - from Cause- 
way street to Canal, Washington, School, Beacon, Arlington and 
Boylston streets to Huntington avenue to Mechanics Building. 
Societies coming from the South Station - from the South Station to 
Summer street, Washington, School, Beacon, Arlington and Boylston 
streets to Huntington avenue to Mechanics Building, Countermarch 
Huntington avenue to Boylston and Tremont streets, Scollay square, 
Sudbury, Portland and Causeway streets to the North Station. 



The application of John B. Coffin, 88 Broad street. Room 
616, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of McLean & Mullen for a V/agon License 
#6757 to locate in front of 103 Amherst street was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



1083 



Patrolman John J. Cronin of Division 4 who was granted an 
indefinite leave of absence September 16, 1917. to enter the service 
of the United States Army having been honorably discharged there- 
from, returned to duty at ^,4-^ P. M. , August 8, 1919» 



Attest: 



dK^w^5^ 



Chief CI 



^ 



ias4 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMMISSI OIJER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, August 9i 1919« 



There was no executive session held today by order of 
the Police Commissioner. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOiJSR. 
29 PemlDerton square. 

Boston, Monday, August 11, 1919* 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



1085 



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

It is or should be apparent to any thinking person that the 
police department of this or any other city cannot fulfil its duty 
to the entire public if its members are subject to the direction 
of an organization existing outside the department. It is a well 
recognized fact that a police officer is not an employee but a 
state officer. He is charged with the impartial enforcement of 
the laws under the direction of a coiaraissioner who is himself a 
statutory officer. The following rule interferes in no wise in a 
policeman's interests and activities as a man and a citizen. It 
does, however, forbid him, and the department from coming under the 
direction and dictation of any organization which represents but 
one element or class of the community. If troubles and disturb- 
ances arise where the interests of this organization and the 
interests of other elements and classes in the community conflict, 
the situation immediately arises that always arises when a man 
attempts to serve two masters: he must fail either in his duty as 
a policeman or in his obligation to the organization that controls 
him. Therefore the following is hereby added to and made part of 
Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations and designated as Section 19 
of said Rule: 

19. No member of the Force shall join or belong 
to any organization, club or body composed of present 
or present and past members of the Force which is af- 
filiated with or a part of any organization, club or 
body outside the Department, except that a Post of the 
Grand Army of the Republic, the United Spanish War 
Veterans and the American Legion of World's War Veterans 
may be formed within the Department. 



1086 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, I919. 



Contd. 



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

The Civil Service Commission has set the hours for the 
examination of Patrolmen for promotion to the grade of Sergeant 
as follows: 

Of tJ-ie 294 Day Men who are candidates, one hundred will appear 
at the State House at 7*00 P. M. , ninety at the Custom House at 
7.00 P. M. , and the remaining one hundred and four at the Boston 
Latin School at 7*00 P. M. , according to the notifications sent to 
them by the Civil Service Commission. 

Of the 170 Night Men who are candidates, one hundred will 
appear at the StateJHouse at 12.00 noon, and the remaining seventy 
at the Custom House at 12.00 noon, according to the notifications 
sent to them by the Civil Service Commission. 

All the candidates will appear for examination in uniform. 
Said examination will take place on Thursday, August 14, I919. 



The following order was approved :- 

The Mayor and City Council having ordered that an annuity 
be paid from the City Treasury to Emma J. Butterraan, widow of 
Adolf Butterman, formerly a member of the Police Department 
attached to Division ^, who died June 16, current, from injuries 
received while in the discharge of his duty, as long as said Emma 
J. Butterraan, widow of said Adolf Butterman, remains a widow, the 
amount of said annuity being fixed at $900, to be paid from the 
appropriation for Police Department pensions, the Commissioner 
therefore 

Ordered: That the name of Emma J, Butterraan, widow of the 
aforesaid Adolf Butterman, be placed on the Department pension roll 
with an allowance of Nine Hundred (900) Dollars per annum payable 
monthly in sums of Seventy-five (75) Dollars, comraencing August 8, 
1919. 



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

Avery Amusement Company, Incorporated, by Harry Swartz, 
Treasurer, - to operate slot machines from which amusement is 
furnished by depositing money in the machines in the Palace Arcade 
located at 91 Court street. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns. forwarded approved - concluded. 

Avery Amusement Company, Incorporated, by Harry Swartz, 
Treasurer, - to operate slot machines from which amusement is 
furnished by depositing money in the machines in The Arcade 
located at 92 Court street. 

Lincoln House Association by Mrs. B. Preston Clark, President, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in the Lincoln House Hall located at 80 Emerald street. 



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



2456 Doherty, 
659 Jolly. 
477 MacDonald, 

2457 Smith, 
2194 Twomey, 



Edward E. 
Alexander N. 
Joseph L. 
Carl 
Michael J. 



17 Harvard st., D. 
55 Heath st. , Som. , 
71 Batavia St., 
22 Summer st., Som. 
32 Falmouth st. 



D. 



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



150,963 Atkinson, George W. 

159.263 Pratt, Herbert C. 

156,608 Smith, Carl 

26,125 Twomey, Michael J. 



in a 

M H 


garage 


at 


II n 


It 


n 


II n 


H 


H 



293 Northampton i. 
541 Tremont st. , 

12 Garden st. , 
363 Newbury st. 



The application of Thomas L. Cannon for a transfer of 
his license #96,321 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at I53 Liverpool street to a garage at 25 Irvington street 
was granted. 



1087 



%^.,e^L^~c.'^^ . 3, I lie, b.iO, V>< 



1088 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 11. 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Pasquale Falcone for a Hand Cart 
License #90 to locate in front of 10 Mechanic atreet was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



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



Mann, 
Sproat, 



Frank C. 83 Newhall st. , Maiden, 

approved "by W. H. Hayes, 1040 Boylston st., 
Fred F. 520 Beacon st. 



The application of J. Harold Ferguson, 6 Beals street, 
Brookline, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Conanonwealth was rejected. 



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



Korb, 

Kaplo witch, 

Allen, 

Andrews, 

Avarbock, 

Golburgh, 
♦Manning, 
McNeill, 

Liebson, 

Perry, 
#Stertnan, 



jbL. -io*^ lO^V .^ 



< 



Joseph Sc\ 




as 


Leo N. ) 




170 


Clarence G. 




1000 


Frank A. Inc. 




276 


Jacob 




639 


Maxwell 




453 


Frank W. &I 
Frank S. f 




as 




Co. 


Abraham 




488 


John 




560 


Abraham 




490 


*in place of 


Marcus Ar 


can J 


Lzing 


& Ti 


#in place of 


Carl 


Berg 



Acme Dental Laboratory, 

"A" Tremont st., 

Hyde Park av . , 

Washington st., 

Saratoga st. , 

Washington st. , Room 304 

Hub Vulcanizing & Tire 

194 Columbus av., 

Columbus av. , 

Tremont st., 

Ma in St., 
onson as the Hub Vul- 
re Company, 



1089 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1919 • 



Contd. 



The licenses granted to the following named persons to 
deal in Second Hand Articles were cancelled by reason of the 
licensees having ceased to be engaged in the business of dealers 
in second hand articles at these locations:- 



Berg, Carl 

granted April 30, I919. 
Aronson, Marcus 



490 Main St. , 



194 Columbus av,, 
as the Hub Vulcanizing & 
Tire Company; granted May 5. 1919» 



The application of K. Kaizerman for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 1412 Dorchester avenue was rejected. 



On the application of A. F. Washburn, President, Thomas 
Reilly was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Unique Theatre located at 7OO Washington 
street for the year ending March 31, 192G. 

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



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



361 


Berry, 


Frank S. 


Conductor, 


013 


Brady, 


Bernard 


M 


013 


Colburn, 


George W. 


n 


177 


Deacy, 


Michael J. 


N 


077 


Dillon, 


Walter J. 


n 


2078 


Dolan, 


Arthur W. 


H 


092 


Driscoll, 


Michael 


If 


174 


Golding, 


Jarnes 


n 


3469 


Hefler, 


William 


n 


082 


Hill, 


James H. 


m 



1090 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1919. 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Granted - concluded. 



175 


Kenney, 


John J. 


Conductor, 


037 


MacSwen, 


Harold A. 


H 


082 


Maree, 


Bartholomew J. 


n 


08 


Milder, 


Harry B. 


•1 


124 


Mull in, 


James A. 


M 


176 


McGool, 


William P. 


H 


070 


Nagle, 


John F. 


N 


167 


Root, 


Arthur E. 


n 


177 


Deacy, 


Michael J. 


Motorman, 


3000 


Durant, 


David M. 


II 


074 


Gilligan, 


Patrick F. 


H 


174 


Golding, 


James 


H 


431 


Hamilton, 


William H. 


N 


175 


Kenney, 


John J. 


N 


124 


Mullin, 


James A. 


n 


063 


McCarthy, 


Dennis P. 


If 


176 


McCool, 


William P. 


n 


2453 


Poblenz, 


Oscar R. 


H 


086 


Pratt, 


Frank E. 


N 


167 


Root, 


Arthur E. 


n 


059 


Sparkes, 


Emery F. 


n 


049 


Wood, 


Joseph H. 


N 


361 


Berry, 


Prank S. 


Starter, 


177 


Deacy, 


Michael J. 


H 


174 


Golding, 


James 


N 


175 


Kenney, 


John J. 


N 


124 


Mullin, 


James A. 


II 


431 


Hamilton, 


William H. 


N 


176 


McCool, 


William P. 


II 


167 


Root, 


Arthur E. 


N 



On the application of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway Company by F. I. Hardy, Manager, licenses were granted to 
the following named persons as conductors in the employ of said 
company ; - 



1103 
1351. 



Merry, 
Storey, 



Harold R. 
Charles 



Conductor, 
II 



1091 



BOSTOII, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1919 . 



Contd. 



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



6759 
6758 
4110) 

4565J 
2227 

989 

4221 

4231 
2175 
13821 

i403r 
6761 



6762 
2169 



Division 1. 



Calaruso & Donadio 
Commercial Express Co, 
Cronin, Dennis 

George, Giovanni 
Mazziello, Pelligrino 
Pare t sky, James 

Puccino, Melindo 
United Drug Company 



in front of 440 Commercial st., 

M « M 440 " " 

" " "10 Thacher st., 

" a stable at I86 Endicott st., 

" front of 35 " " 

" " " 19 No. Margin st., 

" a stable at 49 " « « 

" front of 321 North st. , 



Zarba, Salvatore 



Moulton, Roy E. 
Reeves, Frank M. 



531 Hanover st. 



Division 4. 



in front of 200 Lincoln st., 
n.side Corning st. at Porter st. 



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



Aguglia, 


Salvatore 


98-100 


Candito, 


Peter Co. 


141 


Fiorenza, 


Calagero 


15 


Levitt, 


Harry 


87 


Malgiolis, 


Paolo 


481 


Margi , 


Vito 


46 


Mercandante, 


Charles 


2 


Mongiovi, 


Domenico 


4 


McGowan, 


J. J. Co. 


265 


Nizzari, 


Luigi 


157 


Spinney, 


William J. 




Stella, 


Calogero 


60 


Taylor, 


Charles 


4 


Wilfand, 


David 


152 



Commercial st., 
Commercial st., 
Clark St., 
Causeway st., 
Hanover st., 
Richmond st., 
Thacher st.. 
Prince st., 
Broadway, 
Salem st. , 
No. Market st. , 
Porter st., 
Corajnerce st. , 
"A" Atlantic av. 



IQS^ 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST il, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Salvatore D'Alessandro for a license 
for the storage and sale of merchandise at 25 Hanover street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the 
reason that a stand at this location would interfere with public 
j travel. 



The application of Sergeant Michael J. Muldoon of Division 
14 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing August 
10, current, on account of the death of his mother-in-law was 
granted without pay. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains James P. Canney, 
Jeremiah F. Gallivan and Perley S. Skillings 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. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaints of Captain 
Charles T. Reardon of Division 11 against Patrolmen John Hourihan 
and John J. Driscoll of Division 11 be and it is hereby referred for 
hearing to the trial board consisting of Captains James P. Canney, 
Jeremiah F. Gallivan and Perley S. Skillings. The hearing will be 
held at this office Wednesday, August 13, current, at 2,15 p. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
J. Walkins of Division I9 against Patrolman Florence P. O'Donoghue 
of Division I9 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains James P. Canney, Jeremiah P. Gallivan 
and Perley S. Skillings. The hearing will be held at this office 
Wednesday, August I3, current, at 3 ••^5 ?• in. 



Attest,: 




Chief Cler 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, August 12, 1919. 



1093 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

Columbua Club of the Knights of Col'ombus of Boston, Inc., by 
Joseph U. Kirby, President, - to have musical and literary enter- 
tainments and dancing parties in Columbus Club Hall located at the 
corner of Pearl and Pleasant streets, Dorchester, 

Faelten Pianoforte School by Reinhart Faelten, Vice President, 
- to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Faelten Hall located at 30 Huntington avenue, 

Franklin Lodge #23, I. 0. 0. F. by John C. Ham, Chairman, - to 
have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Lithgow Hall located at 618 'Washington street, Dorchester. 



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



2460 Desmonda, 

2459 Douglas, 

2458 Grant, 

1061 Kelly, 

2322 Magann, 



Edward 
Oliver J. 
Walter H. 
Thomas J. 
Edward V, 



9 Hull St., 
15 Snow St. , Brighton, 
64 Waverly st., Roxbury, 
22 St. Germain st, , 
3B No. Beacon st. 



The application of Everett V, Whittington for a transfer 
of his license #104,499 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from 
a garage at 19 Fordham street to a garage at 122 Brighton avenue 
was granted. 



1094 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, I919, 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 3O1 1920. 



.'l.x^ li., K13.0, B r(|, Y*L.5 |- 



150,421 Desraonda, Edward 
160,561 Douglas, Oliver J. 
160,548 Meade, Henry J. 



in a garage at 

n H n II 



440 Commercial st., 
280 Washington st.B. D. 
610 Columbia rd. 



The application of Louis Tiianer:nan, 43 Auburn street, for 
a new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



The application of Alexander J. Aronson, 150 Princeton 
street, to be reappointed a Private Detective was granted for the 
year ending August 12, I920. 



The application of Edward A. Westfall, 128 Longwood 
avenue, Brookline, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in 
this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May ^1, 1920. 



On the application of Harry N. Parren, Manager, Louis J. 
Delap was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Franklin Park Theatre located at 6I6 Blue 
Hill avenue for the year ending March 3I, I92O. 



On the application of the Mohawk Amusement Company by 
M. J. Lydon, President, John H. J. Tucker was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #429 West 
Broadway for the year ending March 3I , 1920. 



1095 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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



2181 
2211 
6763 
6764 
6765 



Division 4. 
Lyons Brockton Express in front of 767 Atlantic av. 



Division I7. 

in front of 26 Wenhara st. 
Division l3. 
6767 Jitzgerald, Patrick J. in front of 63 Rosemont st. 



6766 Praser, James 



The application of Diego Padala for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 98 Cottage street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



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 for the reason that stands at these locations would 
interfere with public travel :- 



Cohen, 
Yanoff , 



Max 
Harry 



4 Staniford st. , 
Oneida st. 



The application of Sergeant Timothy F. Donovan of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for leave of absence from duty for 
three days, commencing August I3, current, on account of the death 
of his mother was granted without pay. 



Attest: 



Chief CleJ^73 



1096 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, August 13, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman John Hourihan of Division 11 
having been presented while charges were pending against him, it is 
hereby accepted, to take effect Wednesday, August 13, 1919i at ^.4^ 
o'clock, p. m. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman John J. Driacoll of Division 
11 having been presented while charges were pending against him, it 
is hereby accepted, to take effect Wednesday, August 13. 1919i at 
5.4-5 o'clock, p. m. 



The application of St. Peter's School Corporation by 
Joseph G. Anderson, President, for an Amusement License to have 
musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in Ronan 
Memorial Hall located at the corner of Bowdoin and Coleman streets, 
Dorchester, until August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the 
Mayor approved. 



1097 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I3, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



2462 Commanday, Matthew H. 

648 Cotter, John J. 

2461 Lloyd, Edward T. 

2133 Turner, Leo J. 



117 Crawford st., Roxbury, 
5 Oxford ter. , 
80 Brighton av. , 
9 Rollins ct. 



The application of Morris Gordon, 
Roxbury, for a Junk Collector's License was 
ending April 30, 1920. 



135 Harold street, 
granted for the year 



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

Salvation Array Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Norman J. Winterbottom, ^2 Myrtle street, - to parade on Wednesday, 
August 13, current, at 8 p. m. 

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

Union Beige Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
William Collins, 11 Appleton street, 
members of the Cigar-makers Union on 
at 10 a. m. 

Route: From Appleton street to Berkeley street to Columbus 
avenue, Benton and Tremont streets to the Common. 



- to parade with the striking 
Thursday, August 14, current. 



The application of Merrill W. Gammons, 1 Wakullah street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
which was rejected on June 2, current, was reconsidered and granted 
for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



109tJ 



BOSTOH, WEDifflSDAy, AUGUST 13, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Adams , 

Catlin, 

Golden, 

Harris, 

Hulrae, 

McFadden, 



Conley, 
Dicker, 



Lucy, 

Turner, 



Harold S. 
Roland E. 
Thomas F. L. 
Ray S. 
Albert F. 
John F. 



28 Maple av., Medford, 
95 North St., W. Som. , 
260 Bowdoin st., Winthrop, 
l6 Church st., Wakefield, 
1 Newport av., Medford, 
East st.W.Bridgewater, 
approved by C. L. Edgar, President, Edison 

Electric Illuminating Company, 
Lawrence J. 438 Fifth st., 
Thomas H. 91 Mystic av. , Medford, 

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

Boston & Maine Railroad, Charlestown, 
Frank B. 19 Maxwell st., D. D. , 

approved by Arthur E. Wright, for A. W. 

Tedcastle & Co., 89 Beach st., 
Elmer 2 Sunnyside av., Everett, 

approved by Francis H. Benson, Secretary, 
Exchange Trust Company. 



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



Breslau, 
Canner , 



Hyman 
Samuel 



2452 Washington st., 
1888 Washington st. 



The application of Victor C. Terminullo, 40 Fairfield 
street. Revere, for a license #03289 to operate a Sight-Seeing 
Automobile was granted until March 1, 1920. 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY, AUGUST I3, 1919- Contd. 



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

Division 5. 

2267 Lonas, John E. Union Park at. s.e. cor. Washington st. 

Division 6. 



2532 Duffy, A. <Se Co. in a static at 83 Dresser st. , 

4-573L Guarcello, Vincenzo " " " " 449 Dorchester av., 

13*S- 

1769 
2526 
4298 
5487 
5486 

559iJ 

4090 Steinberg, Harry 



Sloan, William J. 



" rear of 



340 Summer st., 



637 Ingram, John 
2537L Norton, Peter 
54CGr 



" front of 280 W. Broadway. 

Division 10. 

in front of 1 Herbert st. 
Ruggles St. n.w.cor. Washington st. 



Division 11. 

3846 Raycroft, Benjamin F. in front of II8 Minot st. 

Division 15. 

6769L Cohen, William in front of 325 Medford st. 
6770f 

Division 17. 

6771 Griswold, Arthur L. in front of 4267 Washington st. 



The application of Patrolma.n Patrick J. McKealy of Division 
11 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars from 
Alice L. Montague, 10 Mellen street, Dorchester, for the recovery 
of jewelry and Government Bonds to the value of $450, which were 
stolen from her home on July 8, current, was granted. 



1099 



ilOO 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST I3, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Sergeant John A. Doreey of the Bureau 
of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward of 
Fifty (50) Dollars from the Boston Insurance Company for the 
recovery of a Buick automobile stolen from Charlee T. Judd on May 
4, current, was granted. 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pa.y;- 

Patrolman Thomas L. Thompson of Division 2, three days, com- 
mencing August 13, current, on account of the death of his mother. 

Patrolman Albert Erlandson of Division 5, seven da>s, commenc- 
ing August 21, current, in addition to his regular vacation. 

Sergeant Francis P. Haggerty of the Bureau of Criminal Investi. 
gation, two days, commencing August 30, current, to attend to 
private business. 



Attest; 



Chief ci 



%^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Eoston, Thursday, August 14, iyi9. 



1101 



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

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



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James J. 
Walking of Division 19 against patrolman Florence F. O'Donoghue of 
Division I9 for violation of Kule 34 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: FOLLOV/IIIG A PRIVATE CALLING OR EITGAGING IN PRIVATE 
BUSIIIESS OUTSinE THAT OF A PATROLMAU IN THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Specification: In that from January I918, to July 30, 1919, 
both inclusive, said Patrolman Florence F. O'Donoghue did follow a 
private calling or engage in private business, to wit, that of a 
salesman for the firm of R. H. White Company in the City of Boston 
on an average of one to five days per week during the time afore- 
said. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains James P. Canney, Jeremiah F. Gallivan and 
Perley S. Skillirgs, on the thirteenth day of August, current, 
after due notice had been served on the said Patrolman O'Donoghue 
by giving him a true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself 
and pleaded guiltj 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 Florence F. O'Donoghue perform one hundred and seventy 
hours' punishment duty. 



1102 



BOSTOU, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, I919. 



Contd. 



The New England Telephone and Telegraph Company was 
requested to discontinue the telephone service (Brighton II58W) 
charged to the city of Boston, Police Department, now in use at 1399 
Commonwealth avenue. Suite 8, and to install service at II27 
Commonwealth avenue. Suite 6, Frank A. Richardson's new residence, 
under the following terms and conditions - effective as above 
stated, on or before September 1, next, a one-party line, 85 calls 
per month, and to cost (I/3 off) $4.25 per month. 



The claim of J. Lee McKenna, 5 Louise Park, Roxbury, for 
the sum of Seventy-seven and 25/100 (77«25) Dollars, for compensa- 
tion on account of damage to his automobile which was used by the 
police during the Roxbury riots, Ma-y 1, 1919» was approved by the 
Police Comniesioner and forwarded to the City Auditor for payment. 



The application of the Catholic Union of Boston by John 
B. Kelley, Secretary, for an Amusement License to have musical and 
literary entertainments and dancing parties in Catholic Union Hall 
located at l682 Washington street until August 1, 1920, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



2466 


Baker, 


Harry 


114 Union Park st.. 


2465 


Bolt, 


Sidney U. 


7 Claremont pk. , 


2464 


Francis, 


Wiliiam G. 


7 Harwood st. , D. D. , 


2463 


Lydon, 


Patrick F. 


159 Broadway, 


835 


Lyman, 


Llewellyn F. 


5 Peters st. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919. 



Contd, 



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



158,501 Baker, Harry 
159,739 Lydon, Patrick F. 



in a garage at 4-60 Albany st., 
^ " " •' 541 Broadway. 



The application of Jacob Lerner, 313 Chelsea street, East 
Boston, for a Junk Collector's License was rejected. 



ilO 






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

Avellino Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Charles A. 
Panetta, 240 Hanover street, - to parade with the Italian Jilarittina 
Societ;y of Boston on Friday and Saturday, August 15 and 16, current, 
from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Route: From North and Fleet streets to North, Battery, Hanover 
Endicott, Thacher, Prince, Salem, Fleet and Lewis streets. North 
square and North street to Fleet street. Band concert at corner of 
North and Fleet streets from 7 to 10 p. m. 

Avellino Band, consisting of one hundred musicians, by Charles 
Panetta, 240 Hanover street, - to parade witJi the Italian Marittina 
Society of Boston on Sunday, August I7, current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: Form on North street thence via Fleet street to Hanover 
Salem, Prince, Hanover, North Bennet, V/iggin, Tileston, Unity, 
Charter, Hanover, Fleet, Garden Court, North, Lewis and Moon streets 
North square. Prince, Hanover, Parmenter, Salern and Cooper streets 
Haymarket square, Merrimac, Norman, Green, Hall, South Margin, Pitts 
and Green streets, countermarching over the same route to the 
starting point. 



il04 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Curnane , 
Karnes, 



Dreisigaker, 

Geary, 

Maloney, 

O'Brien, 

Ryan, 



Gould, 



Jeremiah J. 
Robert C. 
R . I . , appr 
Police, New 

Ralph E. 
Coleraan J. 
John E. 
Michael 
Patrick H. 
approved by 

James M. 
approved by 
Carpenters' 



f 



2 Longwood av. ct., 
162 Summit St., E.Providence' 
oved by A. D. Follansbee, Captain, 
York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad,, 

South Station, 
34 Garrison av., Som. , 
265 D St., 
38 orchard St., Camb. , 
52 F St., 

31 Richardson st., Som., 
John A. Campbell, Superintendent, 
Commonwealth Pier, #5. 
8 Cotton St., Ros. , 
Frank M. Curley, President, 
District Council, 30 Hanover street,. 



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



Feingold, 
Frisbee, 



Jacob 
Howard J, 



109 Porter st., E. 
409 Huntington av. 



B. 



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



Kaizerman, 
Slavitsky, 
Goodman, 



Kabe 

Charles 

Jacob 



1338 Washington st., 
155-157 Blue Hill av., 
134 W. Fourth St. 



105 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919 • 



Contd. 



On the application of the Elm ArnuBement Company by T. E. 
Leahy, Manager, William J. Wall wae appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises Of the Magnet Theatre 
located at 30I Washington street, Dorchester, for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 



Louis J. Delap, appointed August 12, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of V/illiam P. Hull for a Wagon License 
#34-79 to locate in front of 10 Longwood avenue was granted for the 
year ending June 30, 1920. 



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

Patrolrnan Michael J. Hartnett of Division 10, three days, 
commencing August 14, current, on account of the death of his 
mother. 

Patrolman John J. Murphy of Division 15. seven days, commencing 
September 1, current, to get married. 

Patrolman Henry S. Meyers of Division 19, three days, commenc- 
ing August 15, current, on account of the death of his wife. 



ilQo 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1^19. 



Contd. 



PatrolET^n James J. Hurley of Division 4, who was granted 
an indefinite leave of absence September 21, 1917 i to enter the 
service of the United States Army, having been honorably discharged 
therefrom, returned to duty at 5.45 P. M. , August 14, 1919. 



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



Famiglietti, Raffaelo 
Gorevitz, Louis 
Harvard Garage Company 
Jenny Itonufacturing Co. 
Lanzini, Silvis 
Cohen, Wolf & Co. 

Zannino, Vincenzo 



8l Meridian st., 
1118 "A" Blue Hill av., 
18-20 Harvard av., 
1175 Blue Hill av. , 

343 W. Broadway, 
2073 Washington st. , 
90 Chelsea 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. 
n 

H 



Charles H. Bullock, 
Samuel C. Hutchins, 
Arthur F. Shea, 
James S. Norton, 



Div. 


4, 


2 days, 


$ 8.77 


II 


9, 


7 " 


30.68 


n 


10, 


4 " 


13.15 


n 


16, 


12 " 


52.60 



$105.20 



1107 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. AUGUST 14, 1919. Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending August 14, current, was approved ae follows: 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$52,966.64 
626.09 

551.36 
199.42 

63.85 
$54,407.36 



Attest: 




Chief Glmtin 



J.08 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Friday, August 15, 1919. 



Police CommisBioner 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: 

V/HEREAS, it appears that Patrolman Jeremiah J. Mahoney, 
Jr. of Division 17 has performed faithful service in the Police 
Department for eleven and four- twelfths years; that he has re- 
quested to be retired from active service under the provisions of 
chapter 353 of the Acts of I892; and that the Physician to the 
Health Department has certified that the said Patrolman Jeremiah 
J. Mahoney, Jr., is physically incapacitated — it is the judgment 
of the Police Commissioner that the said Patrolman Jeremiah J. 
M8,honey, Jr. is physically incapacitated for useful service in the 
Police Department on account of injuries received in the actual 
performance of duty as a police officer; therefore, it is 

ORDEKED: That, with the approval of His Honor the Mayor, 
the said Patrolman Jeremiah J. Mahoney, Jr. be retired from active 
service in the police Department and that his name be placed upon 
the Department pension roll with pay at the rate of Eight Hundred 
(80c) Dollars per annum, said sum being one-half of the amount of 
compensation received by him in the office from which he is retired; 
to take effect Friday, August 15, I919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The pay of Leslie Kierstead, chief engineer of the Police 
Steamers was increased from the rate of Eighteen Hundred (I800) 
Dollars per annum to the rate of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty 
(2250) Dollars per annum, commencing August 15, 1919* 



The application of Harris H. Paquin, 101 V/arren street, 
Charlestown, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2467 "'as 
granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919 . 



Contd. 



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

Patrolman Patrick J. Duke of Division 19 having performed 
faithful service in the Police Department for twenty-five and 
eight- twelfths years, having requested to "be retired from active 
service, and it appearing to the Police Commissioner that the said 
Patrolman Duke is physically incapacitated for useful service in 
the Police Departxnent, it is hereby 

Ordered: His Honor the Mayor having approved the same, 
that the said Patrolman Duke be retired from active service and 
that his name be placed upon the Department pension roll with pay 
at the rate of Eight Hundred (800) Dollars per anniim, being one- 
half of the amount of compensation received by him in the office 
from which he is retired; to take effect Friday, August 15, 1919, 
at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to aet up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 3c, 192C. 



162,521 McNally, Robert J. Jr. 
143,974 Paquin, Harris H. 



in a garage at 

tt M n H 



72 Linden park st. 

36 Warren st. , , 

Roxbury. 



The application of Max Carlin for a transfer of his 
license #84,845 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 16 Maywood street to a garage at 3 Rockland street, Roxbury, 
was granted. 



-109 



JillO 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1?, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 328 Hanover street, - to parade with the members of M, S. 
DiTrevico, to celebrate a Church feast day, on Sunday, August 17, 
current, from 2 to 5 p. m. 

Route; Prom 328 Hanover street to Prince, Thacher, Endicott, 
Hanover, Richmond, North, Battery, Charter, Salem, Parmenter, 
Hanover and Prince streets to Snowhill street. 

Union Beige Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Henry 
Abraham, 11 Appleton street, - to parade with the striking members 
of the Cigar-makers Union on Saturday, August I6, current, at 1 p.m. I 

Route: From Appleton street to Tremont street to Boston Commoni 



William J. Wall, appointed August 14, 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 2. 



6793 1 Ball, Horace W. 

6794f 

31 531 

3154-1 Bennett & Taylor 

3160) 

69 

268 

269 

572. 
6796 

6797 Blinn, Morrill & Co. 
6798 

6799 
6800 
6801 
6802 
68 
254 



in front of 232 State st. , 
•• 173 State St., 
" 50 Central st.. 



n II 



II n 



132 Central 



6 Chatham row, 



BOSTOII, FRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



5755 
57561 
57641 
5800; 

177 

847 

1174 

1195 
1954 
1987 
2031 

2094- 
2183 
2221 
2248 
2265 
2328 
3010 
4528 
4721 

5933. 

3482 

3497 

3498 
4245 
5302 
412 
1047. 
3626; 
23021 
22441 
2381; 

6525 
2277 

6803 

4690 

6821' 

6822; 

2376) 

52971 
5401 

5439; 



Bond, Fred H. 



in front of 



214 Purchase 



St. , 



Alll 



Boston & Springfield Despatch Ex. Co. in front of 9 Otis st., 



in front of 



Boston Trucking Co. 



Canessa, John J. 



Cobb, W. P. & Son 
Coombs Chelsea Ex. 
Craft's Express 
Driscoll, John C. 
Eastman's Melrose Ex. 



Eaton's Express 



n 

H 

II 
n 
tt 
n 
II 

on 
II 



M 

n 
tt 

H 
H 
II 
II 



1-2 Commerce 
1-2 " 

1-2 

70 " 

70 " 
176 State 
176 
11-12 Chatham 



St. , 
n 



Sears St., 
II II 



,in front of 



II II 

H U 

n n 

n H 

n n 



41-42 So. Market 
485 Atlantic 

36 Broad 
232 State 
168 Milk 

89 Broad 



32 Court 



av. , 

St. , 



sq. 



Jiil2 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 



Division 2 - contd. 



576 

3008 
2062 

3203 

792 

1236 

3880 
4916 

2979 
424 

1633 
5540 
1610 

221 
3202 

226 

558 

984 

1011 

1122 

^1307 
3336 
4947 
4949 
5503. 
1869 
4653) 
4891 ( 
4902) 
163 
2601 

2636 

1460 
2190 

5934 
296 

2232 

170 

453 

777 
5172 
6807 
6808 

6809 



Edgcomb, Albert Co. 



Edmunds, A. H. 
Elliott, Alexander 



Pifield.Bichardson & Co." 



in 


front 


of 


110 


Arch 


St. , 


n 


N 


n 


431- 


■437 Atlanti 


to av. , 


H 


W 


n 


597 


n 


H 


N 


tt 


11 


597 


n 


II 


M 


« 


n 


169 


Congress 


St., 


n 


H 


n 


169 


II 


H 


H 


n 


II 


169 


II 


II 


N 


•1 


II 


220 


Franklin 


n 


m 


N 


II 


18-20 


Hawley 


n 


n 


n 


n 


32-38 


Otis 


H 


N 


n 


n 


32-38 


II 


N 


n 


II 


II 


32-38 


11 


tt 


n 


H 


II 


32-38 


•1 


N 


M 


H 


II 


23d 


Purchase 


n 


N 


n 


n 


238 


II 


•1 


on 




Wi 


nthrop 


sq., 




H 






H 


H 




N 






II 


M 




N 






M 


N 




N 






H 


N 




N 






N 


H 




N 






If 


N 




N 






n 


n 




N 






11 


M 




N 






N 


H 




in 


front 


of 


65-67 


Coimnerce 


•1 


n 


II 


II 


111 


N 


H 


Channing 


St. 


nr. Congress 


n 




n 


II 


II 


H 


N 


in 


front 


of 


167 


Congreee 


n 


H 


n 


n 


167 


II 


II 


M 


II 


H 


168 


H 


i( 


n 


•1 


II 


68 


Franklin 


n 


H 


•1 


II 


159 


n 


H 


n 


II 


n 


217 


H 


H 


n 


•1 


It 


271 


n 


II 


Pranklin 


St. 


nr. Congress 


11 




II 


II 


II 


H 


n 




II 


II 


II 


II 


II 



n II II II n 

s.side Franklin st. nr. Congress st., 

•I n II II n II 11 

n II II H II II M 



BOSTON, PRIDAY. AUGUST 15, 19^9 . 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensee Granted - contd. 



ai3 









Division 2 - 


contd 








14-35 








in 


fron 


t of 


12 


Pearl 


St. , 


167 








It 


H 


•1 


14 


It 


M 


811 








n 


H 


n 


16 


tl 


n 


553 








H 


II 


n 


29 


II 


n 


1890 








n 


H 


n 


31 


It 


N 


305 








H 


II 


It 


32 


II 


tt 


4072 








H 


II 


H 


32 


II 


n 


1379 








n 


n 


II 


50 


H 


II 


I088 








II 


II 


II 


52 


II 


II 


18B9 








H 


II 


n 


54 


II 


w 


4650 








n 


•1 


H 


64 


II 


•1 


162 


Pifield,Richard8on& Co 


II 


II 


II 


65 


II 


n 


1411 








II 


N 


11 


71 


II 


n 


172 








« 


H 


It 


76 


It 


H 


840 








•• 


•I 


II 


76 


II 


N 


291 








H 


II 


II 


78 


II 


It 


166 








centre 


3f Post Offi 


ce sq. , 




294 










II 


II II 


11 


It 




452 










H 


•1 II 


II 


It 




927 










II 


It It 


11 


It 




1608 










H 


It It 


It 


It 




4782 










H 


11 It 


n 


II 




2579. 








on 




Wendell s 


't.. 




6609 


Fleck, Frank J, 






in 


rear 


of 


151 


Franklin 


11 


3747) 
5782) 

4275 


Fogg, George E 






n 


front of 


16 


Union 


11 








n 


« 


•I 


^37 


Milk 


n 


5796 








It 


« 


II 


180 


State 


H 


6804 


Hamblen, A. W. 


& 


Co. 


n 


II 


It 


180 


It 


It 


6805 








II 


H 


ti 


180 


It 


n 


6806. 








II 


II 


II 


180 


It 


tt 


6792 


Harney, Alexander 




H 


H 


It 


}^ 


Merchants 


row, 


3100 








II 


II 


It 


68 


Broad 


St. , 


776 








M 


11 


H 


85 


It 


H 


1897 








II 


II 


II 


85 


n 


W 


2972 








N 


II 


" 31-33 


Commerce 


II 


2706 


Harney, Joseph 


P. 




H 


II 


II 


54 


II 


H 


2707 








n 


M 


H 


56 


M 


II 


2971 








•1 


n 


It 


4 


Custom House" 


371 








n 


H 


It 


83 


So. Market 


It 


^n 








•I 


II 


M 


85 


N H 


II 


3798. 








H 


II 


tl 


87 


II H 


tt 


1071) 




















1123( 
6823 ( 


Hawes Express Co. 




II 


II 


n 


89 


Broad 


tl 




















6824) 





















jLil4 



BOSTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



4186) 

4187 ( 
4791) 

I 6778) 
6779( 

' 6780 { 
6781 
6648 

■ 6649 
5725 
5727 
3778^. 
3783) 
4509 
5994) 
4459 
4571 
40C8 
4398 

307 
4123 

^723. 
6280 
4814 
4819 
4823 
4827 
4828. 
574 
4472) 

6791 
3176) 
5210 ( 
2882 ( 
790) 
2873 
6325 
6326 

^327 
6328 

6329. 
2959( 

3793( 
4064 ( 
5083) 



Hills, Pontanelle 
Howard, W. B. & Son 
Jenness & Co. 
Kennett, Robert A. 
Kineen, Bartholomew 

Knight, Alvin W. 

Lill, William F. 

Lofchie, Harry 

Loroasney, John E. 
Lorenzo, Anthony 
Malone, William E. 

Marston's Express 



in rear of 149 Federal st.. 



II 


front 


II 


14 


Union •• 


II 


H 


H 


188 


Congress " 


( " 


II 


II 


23-24 


Chatham " 


\ " 


II 


II 


23-24 


•1 H 


) " 


H 


n 


115 


So. Market " 


( " 


II 


n 


115 


II It It 


n 


II 


II 


4-5 


Faneuil Hall Ma 


n 


11 


It 


54 


Broad St., 


II 


II 


II 


54 


II It 


II 


II 


II 


60 


II M 


•1 


n 


II 


60 


H H 


II 


n 


It 


275 


Franklin " 


II 


H 


H 


176 


Milk " 


•1 


n 


It 


176 


It n 


II 


II 


II 


15 


Devonshire " 


on 




Harvard pi. , 


in 


front 


of 


129 


So. Market " 



« rear " 100 Federal " 
( « front " 191 Atlantic av., 

\ ti It II lyi n II 

) Commerce st. cor. Atlantic " 
(Long Wharf cor. " " 
in front of 15 Merchants row, 



M. & W. Motor Transport Co. in front of 111 So. Market st.. 



McEnany, Thomas 



(in front of 


50 Broad 


St. , 


\ n It II 


54 " 


It 


\ II It II 


54 " 


tt 


/ It H II 


54 " 


n 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 191^. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - contd. 



33* 
1133 
4296 
4326 

4331 

3549 
2205 

6815 
6816 
6817 

6818. 

68lO( 
6811) 
6825) 
6826) 

6505 
4553) 
4554( 
5440) 

2442) 
2452 ( 

6812) 

6813 

6603 

5478 

5480 

5432 

5492 

5496 

5504 

5535 
5547 
5549 
5553 
5563 
5585 
5619 
5626 
6819 
6820. 

4713) 
4714 
5826 ( 
5827) 



in front of 

•« H II 



McEnany, Thomas 



80 Broad 
80 
160 Congress 
180 Franklin 
182 " 
159 Milk 
Milk at. s.e.cor. Broad 
in front of I80 Franklin 

n II M iQq m 

II II II 180 " 

•I II It iQq « 



St. , 
n 



N 

II 
II 
n 
w 
n 
II 
H 
II 



McLean's Roxbury Hx. So. Market st. nr. Merchants row, 
McMillen & Wilson's Weliealey Ex. in front of 32 Court sq., 
Mct^ueeney & Moffett in front of 103 Central st., 
North Shore Express Co. " " " 62 Batteryrnarch st., 



Pierce, S. S. Co. 

Reilly'a Auto Express 
Rider, Louis G. 



195 Milk 



St. , 



15 Merchants row, 
36 Broad st. , 



Sampson & Coleman 



rear 



35 Hawley 



Shedd, Arthur H. 



( " front " 

H H tl 



609 Atlantic 
611 " 

611 " 

611 " 



av. , 
II 

11 

n 



iI15 



1116 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Wagon Licensea Granted - contd. 

Division 2 - concluded. 
Shedd, Arthur H. 

Sherman & Taylor Brockton Sx. in front of 232 State •• 
Snider, David in front of 135 Pearl st., 
Strong, James & Co. " " " 79 So. Market " 



4710) 
6508 
6755 
6756) 
2899 
721) 
4330 ( 

5389 ( 
5417) 
1493) 

6777) 

2165 

1465) 

2193 ( 
6814) 
618 
1461 
2283 
2932 
3372 
3553 
2814 

617 
636 

}696. 

6784 

6785 
6786 
6787 
6788 

6789 
6790. 



6772 



5616 

5625 
5680 

5685 
5706 

5749. 



in front of 252 Purchase st., 

II H n 252 *• " 



Sullivan, Joseph A. 
Walker & Cummings 
Welch, Henry P. 



32 Friend " 

7 Battery inarch st., 



Wilkins, F. D. & Co. 



II 


n 


II 


117 


Central 


St 


II 


II 


II 


1-3 


Chatham 


II 


II 


•1 


II 


1-3 


n 


II 


II 


II 


II 


1-3 


n 


n 


II 


II 


n 


12 


Commerce 


H 


II 


H 


II 


32 


n 


n 


II 


II 


n 


49-50 


So, Market 


n 


II 


II 


n 


52 


n n 


•1 


II 


II 


H 


73 


n II 


II 


It 


H 


N 


73 


n II 


H 


II 


N 


M 


73 


n n 


M 



Y/oodberry, D. S. 



south side Central Wharf, 



Division 5* 
Sesserman, Edward I. in front of 565 Treraont 

Division 6. 



Hoyt & Parker Co. 



Alley in rear of 274 Congress 



iil7 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 
6774 Ordway, Haranond W. in front of 367 Congress st., 
6773 Thoma, Percival J. « « « 4^8 Southampton st. 



2279 Vetalia, Felix 



Division 10. 

in front of 



38 Walden 



St. 



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

Sergeant Sumner S. Poster of Division I9, one day, commencing 
August 20, current, to attend to private "business. 

Patrolman Patrick J. Sheehy of Division 6, two days, commencing 
August 15. current, to attend his wife who is ill. 



The application of Patrolman George L. Riley of Division 
10 for permission to accept a reward of Fife (5) Dollars for the 
arrest of John Fitzgerald who had escaped from the Lyman School 
was granted. 



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



Police Department 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



Attest: 



$25,285.39 

4,705.87 

221.86 

$30,213.12 




Chief Cle 



.11^ 



*J 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, August 16, 1919. 



There was no executive session held today by order of 
the Police Comriissioner. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONKR. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, August I8, 1919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take effect 
Tuesday, August I9, 1919. at 7.45 A. M. : 



Patrolman Robert J. Eberts 
'• Morris C. Fouhy 
" John J. Lucey 
* William F. O'Maley 
" Gerald J. Thompson 



from Division I6 to Division 2, 

n M 16 " " 14, 

•1 " i5 " " 4 

" " 16 " •• 1! 



The resignation of John P. White employed as a clerk in 
the Chief Clerk's Office having been presented, it was accepted to 
take effect this day. 



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

William H. F. Browne - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Central Hall located at I8 Central 
square. 

John Craig - to have theatrical exhibitions in the Arlington 
Theatre located at 421 Tremont street. 

Alice M. Hamilton Davis - to have musical and literary enter- 
tainments and dancing parties in America Hall located at 724 
Washington street. 



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1120 



BOSTON, MUIJDAY, AUGUST l8, I919. 



Contd. 



Amusement Appns . forwarded approved - concluded. 

Alice Hamilton Davis - to have musical and literary entertain- 
ments and dancing parties in Lawrence Encaiapment Hall located at 724 
Washington street. 

Alice M. Hamilton Davis - to have musical and literary enter- 
tainments aad dancing parties in Phoenix Hall located at 724 
Jlfashingtbn street. 

Elm Amusement Company of Dorchester by Julius keyer, President, 
- to have exhibitions of moving pictures in the liagnet Theatre 
located at 301 Washington street, Dorchester. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Frank W. Clark et al for a charter as 
the Building Supply Dealers* Association of Greater Boston for 
promoting in every lawful manner the common interests of dealers 
in building materials in Greater Boston. 



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



842 Connelly, 

2468 Hurley, 

2469 Indingaro, 
576 kahoney. 



William F. 
Timothy J. 
Jerry 
Andrew S. 



80 A St., 
86 I St., 
Ib3 Paris St. , 
74 Glover av. , 



Atlantic. 



The application of William H. Mulcahy, 52 F street, for a 
copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License jj^946 was granted. 



BOSTON, MONDAY. AUGUST l8, lyi^J. 



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, I920. 

2^,4-69 Connelly, William F. 

150. ?33 Hurley, Timothy J. 

85,945 Indingaro, Jerry 

14o,41C Mahoney, Andrew S. 



;tl21 



in a garage 


at 


52 Athens St. , 


II n II 


If 


140 Dover St. , 


n II II 


n 


10 Everett ^st. , 


II It tt 


It 


272 W. Newton St 



The application of Irving Sajnpson for a transfer of his 
license #91.4-85 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 1215 Blue Hill avenue to a garage at 1243 Blue Hill avenue was 
granted. 



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



Brackett, 
Sawyer, 



Bradford, 
Dorr, 
Hartford, 



Kilmain, 



Olseik, 
Peters, 



A. L. L 
Clifton A. r 
approved by 

George W. 
Henry G. 

Harry A. 
approved by 

George H. 
approved by 
Comptroller, 
Sominick J. 
Benjamin 



22 Thorndike st., Erookline 
44 Copeland at., Roxbury, 
C. A. Sawyer, for the Tanners Cut 
Sole Company, 
475 Columbia rd. , 
82 Beacon st. , 
22 Wakullah st., Roxbury, 
Frank Salter Jr. for A. J. 
Houghton Co., 87 Station st., 

10 Auburn ct. , Brookline, 
I/yron C. Baker, Assistant to 
U. S. Shipping Board, 45 Broad st. 
4 Barrett av . , 
16 Thorndike st. 



1122 



BOSTON, MOKDAY, AUGUST l8, l^l^. 



Contd. 



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



Ru8sel3 , 
Sugarman, 



James 
John 



9 Lincoln at. , 
136 Greenwood st. 



John H. J. Tucker, appointed August 12, current, appeared 
and made oatn to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The applications of the follov?ing named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I92O. 

Division 7« 
4982 Shamon, Harry in front of II3 Porter st. 

Division 9» 
6795 Prevoir, Frank L. in front of I68 Warren st. 

Division 11. 
6775 Finn Sc Miers in front of 12C Pleasant st. 

Division IP. 



12K 
316 

3013 
' 4221 

i 4306 

I 5938 

5940 

5681 



Peavey, M. H. 



in front of 713 E. Broadway. 



BOSTON, MONDAY. AUGUST l6, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Patrolman Michael C. P. Bresnahan of Division 4, one day, 
commencing August l8, current, to attend to private business in 
Concord, Hew Hampshire. 

Patrolman John A. V/ragg of Division 10, one day, commencing 
August l6, current, to attend a funeral. 

Inspector Morris Wolf of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, 
one day, commencing August 24, current, to attend to private 
business. 



123 



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:- 



Curtis, 

Green, 

Mahoney, 

Rossman, 

Visconte, 



William A. 
Jacob 

Jeremiah J. 

Solomon 

Vito 



2l8 Essex St. , 
55 Causeway st. , 

705 Morton St. , 
40 Causeway st., 

271 Sumner st. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains Joseph Harriman, 
Clinton E. Bowley and Daniel G. Murphy be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 29I 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. 



1124 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST l8, 191^. 



Concluded. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaints of Captain 
James P. Canney of Division 4 against Patrolmen Herbert T. Greeley 
of Division 7 and Daniel J. Morripsey of Division 12 be and they are 
hereby referred for hearing to the trial board consisting of 
Captains Joseph Harriman, Clinton E. Bowley and Daniel G. Murphy. 
The hearing will be held at this office Wednesday, August 2C, 
current, at 2.15 p. m. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 




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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, August I9, 19iy. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Herbert T. Greeley of Division 
7 having been presented while charges are pending against him, it 
is hereby accepted, to take effect Tuesday, August I9, I9I9, at 
5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Leslie B. Bliss, IO63 Beacon street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending Llay 31, I920. 



The application of Nathan M, Oceanick, 37 Robinwood 
avenue, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Common- 
wealth which was rejected on June 2, current, was reconsidered and 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



1126 



BOSTOil, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919. 



Contd. 



On information filed by Captain James P. Canney of 
Division 4 that Samuel Cohen, a licensed dealer in second hand 
articles, was convicted and fined in court on August 13i current, 
for violation of the conditions of his license in that he failed to 
make proper records in his book of two suits of clothes bought, and 
not keeping the same thirty days, the license to deal in Second 
Hand Articles granted to the said Samuel Cohen at 123 Eliot street 
on April 3C, 1919. was revoked. 



On the application of John Craig, Manager, Joseph F. 
Boston was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Arlington Theatre located at 4 Chandler street 
and 419-421 Tremont street for the year ending March 3I, 1920. 

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



The application of Harry Winitsky, 21 Rochester, for a 
license #05798 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was granted 
for the year ending March 1, 1920. 



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



Division 1. 
DeCosta & Veinotte in front of I9 No. Margin st., 

" " " 119 Portland st. 



22991 
2304)' 
6776 Stephens, Perci* R 



1127 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST I9, I919. 



Concluded. 



Patrolman William J. Gibbons of Division 1 who was 
granted an indefinite leave of absence Kovernber 25. l^l?, to enter 
the United States Army, having been honorably discharged therefrom, 
returned to duty August I9, current, at ^.A^ P. M. 



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 August 31, current, to be charged to the 
Police Charitable Fund Income. 



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



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

Total, 



$ 1,166.66 

416.66 

14,070.30 

^5. 653. 62 



Attest: 



Chief ClA^P 



1128 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COLIMISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Y/ednesday, August 20, I919. 



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

rne records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

Vacations of Division Commanders, Lieutenants, and 
Sergeants, including the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, are 
suspended indefinitely commencing at 7«4-5 A. M. , Thursday, August 

21. lyiy. 

Any Patrolman who is willing to give up his vacation for 
the present, may do so and his act will be appreciated by the 
Commissioner. 

At a later date, the full vacation period will be given 
to all the above. 

Any of those above mentioned who have incurred any 
expense by reason of the disarrangement of their vacation plans 
should make report of same in detail to the Superintendent. 



The application of Dorchester Lodge ^l^Q, Independent 
Order of Odd Fellows by Charles A. Roberts for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Odd .Fellows Hall located at 41 River street, Dorchester, until 
August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



xl29 



BOSTOU, VffiDKESDAY, AUGUST 20. l^iy. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 3C, 192c. 



2470 Hughes, 
1972 Mann, 



Gerald P. 
Sumner 



IC Santuit st. , 
28 Princeton st. 



The application of Ahrahani Smith, 60 Lawrence avenue, for 
a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #141 was granted. 



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

85,034 McLennen, George E. in a garage at 632 Blue Hill av., 
granted July 1, 1919. 
115,401 Zitzow, Adolph in a garage at ^41 E. Broadway, 
granted July 14, I919. 



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. 



150,930 Hughes, Gerald F. 
162,555 Madden, Patrick J. 



in a garage at I676 Dorchester av., 
" " " " 119 Portland st. 



xl30 



BOSTON, WEDlODSrAY, AUGUST 20, l^iy. Concluded. 



The application of David Paris for a transfer of his 
license #144,94-9 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 24 Chardon street to a garage at 119 Portland street was 
granted. 



The special stands granted to the following named persons 
for Hackney Carriage Licenses were cancelled by reason of their 
having been surrendered:- 

44,502 Finn, Charles J. Clarendon st. s.w. cor. Marlboro st., 

granted July 1, 1919. 
86,968 Ambrosio, Amilio in front of 75 Maverick sq. , 

granted July 23, 1919. 



Attest; 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COluHISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, August 21, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



1131 



James D. Hart, who resigned September 3, lyiB, to enter tho 
United States Navy, having filed the necessary certificate, is 
hereby reinstated in the Department as a clerk in the Chief Clerk's 
Office, to take effect Thursday, August 21, current, at 9a. m. , wit^ 
pay at the rate of Eight Hundred (800) Dollars per annum. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, 19^0, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Knights of Columbus Building Association by John J. Hayes, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Knights of Columbus Hall located at 44 High street, 
Charles town. 

Thom.as H. McEnany - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Jacqueminot Bungalow located at I36 Hancock 
street, Dorchester. 



The application of Samuel Siegel for an Auctioneer's 
License at 175 Hemenway street was rejected. 



xl32 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, I919. 



Contd. 



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



2472 Lewinsky, 
1537 Peteraon, 
2471 Sullivan, 



Bernard D. 
Bror A. 
John J. 



741 Morton St. , 

193 Billings rd., Quincy, 

774 Columbus av. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30, 192C. 



163,059 Hennessey, James J. 
i 57 1 235 Lewinsky, Bernard D. 
43,440 Peterson, Bror A. 



in a garage at 634 E. Pourth st. , 
" " " " 1362 Blue Hill av., 
" " » " 708 Beacon st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Collectors' Licenses were granted for the year ending April 30t 
i920. 



Katz, Benjamin 
Pearlstein, Joe 



68 Devon st. , 

27 Oak Grove ter. 



The application of V/. H. Foley, 526 Treraont street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade with Division 36, Ancient 
Order of Hibernians, on Sunday, August 24, current, at 7»30 P* '"• » 
was granted. 

Route: Parragut road to Broadway to E street. 



xl33 



BOSTON, THUl^SDAY, AUGUST 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Berenson, 



Blinn, 
Jason, 



Benjamin 
approved 

Charles P. 
Stephen A. 



59 Hollander st. , 
hy B. H. Swig, Treasurer, Tremont 
Trust Company, 
22 Park Vale av., 
^^ Putnam st., E. B. , 



approved by H. G. Brooks, Executive Officer, 
United States Shipping Board, East Boston. 



The application of Joseph D. Hoffman, 14 Blossom street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was rejected. 



The application of David Glodt for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 234 llassachusetts avenue was granted for 
the year ending April 30, 1920. 



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



Officers. 



Berenson, 
Brady, 



Griffin, 
Lee, 



Benjamin 



Thomas H. 



John 
William 
47 



a 



Employers. 

Tremont Trust Company, 
B. H. Swig, Treasurer, 
33 Court St. , 
Dorchester Trust Company, 
Lawrence S. Bearse, Treas. 
555 Columbia rd. & 1436 Dorchester 

av. , 
Gillette Safety Razor Company, 
by E. F. Ward, Ass ' t Supt. , 



W. First St., to Dorchester av. from 
corner Dorchester & W. First sts. to V/. Second 
St., from corner of Dorchester av. & W. Second 
sts. to 50 W. Second st.,The MacAllen Build- 
ing, 135 Dorchester av.,The Bowker-Torrey 
Building on Granite, Baldwin & Richard sts.. 



xl34 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police OfficerB Appointed 
Officers. 
Hamel, William 



Han nan , 



Prank Q,. 



concluded. 

Employers, 

Loew's New Columbia Theatre, 
J. H. Brennan, Manager, 
978 Washington st. , 
Boston State Hospital, 
James V. May, Supt., 
Walk Hill <Sc Canterbury sts. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 192C, 

Division 2. 



1624 
2146 
397a 
4311 
5594 

6631 1 Cronin, Michael 

6832! 

68261 Kaplan Bros. 

68297 

6833 Laurano, Anthony 

2297 1 Lowell Transjj't'n Co. 

6827) 

6830 Moore's Motor Service, 

5121 Rappold, Charles 



Carter, Russell Co. Inc. in front of 89 Broad st. 



48 Chatham st. , 
15 Merchants row, 



n rear " 
" front " 



Division 4. 
6837 Harris, Frank W. in 

Division "] . 



100 Federal st. , 
36 Broad St. , 

15 Merchants row, 
54 Chatham st. 



73 Beach st. 



275 

6834 V DiMartino, Frank 

6835 
6836. 



2305 Engano, Joseph 



in 

Division 19. 
in 



150 Orleans st. 



6 Talbot av. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1919. Concluded. 



JL135 



The application of Patrolman Samuel C. Hutchins of 
Division 9 for leave of absence from duty for thirty days, coiarnenc- 
ing August 22, current, to regain his health was granted without 
pay. 



The application of Patrolman George L. Shattuck of 
Division 9 ^or leave of absence from duty for seven days, commencing 
September 4, current, to visit his mother at Shelburne Falls, 
Massachusetts, was rejected. 



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



Patrol. Samuel C. Hutchins, 
" James S. Norton, 



Div. 9. 
" 16, 



7 days, 
6 " 



$30.68 
26.30 

$56.98 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending August 21, current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



Attest: 



$52,825.93 
626.09 
551.36 
199.4-2 

63.85 
$54,266.65 



Chief Cleiyi_J 



xl3a 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, August 22, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



It was 

Ordered: That signal box Bo. 5 of Division I9 be 
moved from the corner of River and Cedar streets to the corner of 
River street and Central avenue at a cost of not exceeding $100. 



The application of Frank E. Carr, 125 M street, for a 
Hackney Carriage Driver's License #355 was granted for the year 
ending June 3c, iy20. 



The application of John J. McCool for a license #163,533 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 47 Charles 
street, Dorchester, was granted for the year ending June 30» 1920. 



The application of Isaac Feldman, 62 Greenwood street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920. 



JL137 



BOSTOW, IKIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

Italian J,!arine Band, consisting of thirty musicians, toy 
Valeric Saja, 124 Prince street, - to parade with the Soieta of 
kutuo Soccorsoe Beneficenza S. Agrippina di Mineo on Saturday, 
August 23, current, from 8 to 9»3C p. m. 

Route: From 3c Snowhill street thence via Prince, Endicott, 
Hanover, Fleet and Moon streets. North square. North street, Battery 
Charter, Salem and prince streets to the Church. 

Italian Marine Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by Valeric 
SaJa, 124 Prince street, - to parade with the Societa of Mutuo 
Soccorsoe Beneficenza S. Agrippina di Mineo on Sunday, August 24, 
current, at 3'3C p. ni. 

Route: Form on Prince street thence via Prince, Salem, 
Charter, Hanover, Battery, North, Clark, Hanover, Fleet and North 
streets. North square. Garden Court, Fleet, Hanover, Parmenter, 
Cooper, Endicott, Thacher and Prince streets to the Church. 



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



Ariel, Wallace A. 

approved by Li. E. Fri 

Hotel, 1138 Boylston 
Clifford, David B. 

approved by H. B. Hil 
New Haven & Har 
Edgerly, Charles L. 
Walley, Joseph H. 

approved by Albert H. 

Vftiite, William G. 

approved by George T. 



14 Glenville av. 



D. 



tz. Treasurer, Fritz-Carlton 
street, 

21 Saxton st. , D. D. , 
1, Crew Dispatcher, New York, 
tford Railroad, 

16 V/estland av. , 
530 Lagrange st., W. R. , 
Curtis, Secretary, Boston 
Baptist Social Union, 

36 Sherman st., Roxbury, 
Cruft, 15,^1 Massachusetts av. 



xl38 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, I919. 



Concluded. 



On the application of the Trustees of the Bostor* Baptist 
Social Union by Albert H. Curtis, Secretary, Joseph H. Walley was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of the Social Union Building, 142 Berkeley street, and the Ford 
Building, 15 Ashburton place, for the year ending March 31, I920. 



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



Officers. 



Lysholm, 
Hamel, 



Edward P. 
William 



Appointed. 

August 5, 1919. 
" 21, 1919. 



The application of Patrolman Jeremiah O'Neil of Division 
6 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of Jeremiah O'Keefe, a deserter from the United States Navy, 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolmen Jeremiah D. Riordan and 
Patrick A. Fallon of Division 9 for permission to accept a reward of 
Five Dollars for the arrest of William Burns, a runaway from the 
Lyman School, was granted. 



The application of Inspector Patrick J. O'Neill of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward 
of Twenty-five (25) Dollars for the arrest of George H. Tuttle alias 
John Lawn for the larceny of property from the American Railway 
Express Company was granted. 



Attest: 



M^^^**^ wfy^ 



Chief Clerk 



JL139 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, August 23, l^iy. 



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



xl40 



OFPICaS OF THE POLICE COitMISSIOlJER. 
2y Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, August 25, 1919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Boston Fair, Incorporated, by James 
P. Young for an Amusement License to have Horse Races, Automobile 
Eaces, Horse Shows and Cattle Fairs on the grounds known as the 
Readville Race Track located on Hyde Park Avenue, until August 1, 
1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of J. Lacis et al for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Dudley Street Opera Hall located at II3 Dudley street until August 
1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Rienzi B. Lemus et al for a charter 
as The Brotherhood of Dining Car Employees, Incorporated, for the 
promotion amongst its members of education, temperance, morality 
and social intercourse; no fixed location. 



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



116 Donnelly, 
2473 Luongo, 



Francis J. 
Anthony 



41 Astor st. , 

78 Mountain av . , Revere. 



JL141 



BOSTON, MOl'TOAY, AUGUST 23, I919. 



Contd. 



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

Gove's iiilitar^* Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by Frank 
S. Elliott, 161 Summer street, - to parade with the Delta Tau Delta 
Fraternity at their annual convention, on Friday, August 2^, current 
from 2 to 3 p. m. 

Route; From the Copley Plaza Hotel to Huntington avenue, 
Boylston street, Tremont street. Temple place, Washington and 
Summer streets to Atlantic avenue to Rowe's VTharf, 

Italian Iilarine Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by 
Antonio Capodilupo, I6I Endicott street, - to play at a reception to 
Italian sailors on Monday, Tuesday and V/ednesday, August 2^, 26, and 
27, current, from 6 to 11 p. m. 

Route: From Prince street to Thacher, Endicott and Hanover 
streets. 

Metropolitan Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by France 
P. Tully, 7 Fenwood road, - to parade with the Metal Trades Council 
of greater Boston on Monday, September 1, current, from 9.30 a. m. 

Route: From Arlington and Beacon streets to Beacon, Charles, 
Boylston, Washington, School and Beacon streets to Charles street. 

Navy Band, consisting of forty musicians, by Frank C. Brown, 
9 Park street, - to play at a reception to Italian Naval Officers 
on Tuesday, August 26, current, from 11. 30 a. m. 

Route: From Army Base to Summer, Winter and Tremont streets to 
Boston Common tJience Tremont, Boylston streets, Huntington avenue 
to 



Copley Plaza Hotel. 

Roma Band, consisting of 
111 Salem street, - to parade 
August 25. current, from 7.30 

Route: From Salem street 



fifteen musicians, by Alfonso Gubitosi 
with the Italian sailors on Monday, 
to 9 p. m. 
to Prince and Parmenter streets. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 3I, I92O. 



Lincoln, 

Reilly, 
Smith, 



Grenville N. 
approved by P. 



50 Garfield av., Chelsea, 
N. Fitzpatriok, United States 
Shipping Board, 
Charles F. 49 Mt. Everett st., D. D. , 

approved by Frank H. Wright, Assistant Cashier, 

Second National Bank, 
Henry C. 8 Marble st., Roxbury, 

approved by James E. Farrell, Vice President, 
Hanover Trust Company. 



±142 



BOSTON, MOHDAY, AUGUST 2^, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Croxford, 

McCree, 

Robinson, 



Jesse R. 
Milton J. 
Norrnan E, 



40 Robinwood av., J. P., 
43 Catawba st., Roxbury, 
56 Westland av. 



On the application of the Sagle Amusement Company by 
H. I. V/asserman, President, James E. McCoy was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Eagle 
Theatre located at 2227 Washington street for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 



On the application of W. W. Lydston, Manager, Louis 
Boinay was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Superb Theatre located at 1120 Columbus avenue 
for the year ending March ^1 , I92O. 



On the application of A. J. Law, Assistant Treasurer, 
James Stokes was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in 
and about the premises of the West and Dodge Company located on 
Parkman street, Brighton, for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



The following named persons, appointed August 21, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 



^. 



Berenson, 


Benjamin 


Griffin, 


John 


Brady, 


Thorjiaa H. 


Hannon, 


Frank 




Lee, 


William J. 





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BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1919 • 



Contd. 



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



Carro, 

Hutchinson, 

Jones, 

Kallajian, 

Conway, 

Flanigan, 



Samuel 
Hiram 
Henry 
Lazarus S. 
J. F. Pres 
T. F. Treas 



L. &) 

H. r 



8. r 



294 

as 

526 

1930 

as 

49 



Washington 
Hutchinson 
Shawmut av. 
Washington 
the Horace 



St. , 

<Sc Jones, 



St. 



Franklin st. 



Partridge Co. 



The application of William Sonitgky for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at S-^- Bulfinch street was rejected. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



Division 3. 



2311 Berkowitz, Louis 
4762)1^ Taylor, Charles E. 
4766) 



in front of I6 Ashland st., 
" " "21 Lancaster st. 



Division 10. 



2318 Bishop, David 
4105 Kaplan, Max 



in front of 56 Sterling st., 
" •« " 1132 Columbus av. 



The application of Arthur DiGiovanni for a copy of his 
Wagon License #6645 to locate in front of 170 Cottage street. East 
Boston, was granted. 



A144 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 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 Gorcmissioners 
approved:- 



Apostoles 


Bros. 


Berger, 


Wolf 


Bognanno, 


Francesco 


Bova, 


Frank & Co. 


Bowers, 


James F. 


Burnham Antique Book Store 


Ciccarello, Francesco 


Cohen, 


Frank 


Collins, 


Neil J. 


Coml ey. 


.Henry R. 


Coppleman 


& Cohen 


Dinnerman, 


Jacob H. 


Domesick, 


B. 


Freni, 


Innocenzio 


Geraci, 


Frank 


Greenwald, 


Abe 


Hart & Moran 


Jenney Manufacturing Co. 


Kalunian & Eknoian 


Marcus, 


Aleck 


Mendolia, 


Giovanni 


Merchants 


Beef Go. 


Shnider & 


Mades 


Singer, 


Morris 


Vozzell, 


Mary 


Zuffante, 


Calogero 


Zuk, 


Max 



49 


Cormnercial st., 




42 


Endicott st. , 




39 


Hanover st. , 




11 


Clinton st. , 




1^11 


Columbus av. , 




54-56 


Corn}iill, 




203 


Salero st. , 




85 


"A" Blackstone st. 


• 


95-97 


Blackstone st.-, 




6 


Park St. , 




69 


Salem st. , 




109 


Blackstone st.. 




lOli 


Commercial st., 




80-80i 
76 


Sal em s t . , 




Commercial st. , 




25 


Fleet St. , 




84 


Blackstone st., 




146 


Milk St. , 




. 94 


Commercial st., 




86 


Salem st. , 




27 


Charter st. , 




35 


North St., 




143 


Blackstone st.. 




67 


Salem st.. 




l6o 


Salem st. , 




16 


Charter st. , 




81 


Salem st. 





The application of Salvatore D'Aleesandro for a license 
for the storage and sale of merchandise at 25 Hanover street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the 
reason that a stand at this location would interfere with public 
travel. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, AUGUST 25. I9I9. 



Concluded. 



J.145 



The application of Patrolman William T. McDonald of 
Division 9 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars 
for the arrest of Daniel J. O'Neil a deserter from the United 
States Arrny, was granted. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains Thornas C. Evans, 
Richard Fitzgerald and James F. Hickey be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 29I of the Acts of 1906 
to constitute a trial board in such cases as roay be referred to it 
for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board is hereafter 
appointed. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain 
Matthew J. Dailey of Division 1 against Patrolman Austin G. Durham 
of Division 1 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains Thomas C. Evans, Richard Fitzgerald 
and James P. Hickey. The hearing will be held at this office 
Thursday, August 28, current, at 2 p. m. 



The following named patrolmen who were granted leave of 
absence for an indefinite period, to enter the service of the United 
States Navy, having been placed on inactive service, returned to 
duty at 5.45 P. M. , August 25, 1919:- 

Patrolraan Patrick J. King, Division 5> granted leave of 
absence October 28, I917, 

Patrolman Joseph P. iiagee of Division 11, granted leave of 
absence November 22, I'il'] . 



Attest: 




Chief C 



X146 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOJffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, August 26, I919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office todaj' 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 following transfers are hereby ordered, to take 
effect Wednesday, August 27, 1919i at 5.45 P. M. : 

Sergeant Thomas W. O'Donnell from Division I6 to Division I7, 
" Orrington Waugh " •• 1? " " 16. 



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



2474 RoBGoe, 
1072 Turnbull, 



William 
Frederick R. 



54 Clifford St., Roxbury, 
103 W. Brookline st. 



The application of William Roscoe for a license #164,000 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 4l6 Warren 
street, Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



X147 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, I919. 



Contd. 



The license #68, 7V!? granted to Abraham Israelson on July 
1, 1919, to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 4l6 
Warren street, Roxbury, was cancelled by reason of its having been 
surrendered. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending I'&ay 31, 1920. 



Colbert, 



Otto, 



William F. 8 Minton st., D. D. , 

approved by D. Staunton, Boston Wool & Mer- 
chandise Stores, Inc., 
Henry 3. 2 Ivy st. , 

approved by A. Jackson, Superintendent, Fred 

T. Ley Company. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending karch 3I, 1920. 



Officers. 



Boyle, 

Carver, 

Cass, 

Watts, 

Colbert, 



Donovan, 



Edward G. 
Charles E. 

John V/. 
Charles W. 
William F. 



James 



O'Connell, James A. 



Cleaves, 

Cullen, 

Edmunds, 

Fay, 

Healey, 

Rose, 

Sheehy, 

Stevens, 

Ternan, 

Thayer , 



Eugene T. 
Maurice R. 
David D. 
George E. 
William H. 
Earle E. 
Frank 
Leatty 
Edward P. 
Arthur S. 



Employers. 

Massachusetts Trust Company, 

Edgar R. Champlin, 
^^ Federal st. & 238 Huntington av. 



Boston Wool ct Merchandise Stores 
Inc., D. Staunton, Treasurer, 
206 W. Second st., 
national Rockland Bank, 

Frederick W. Rugg, President, 
2343 Washington st. , 
Grand Opera House, 
Arthur L. Griffin, Agent, 
1172-1194 Washington st. , 
Shepard Norwell Company, 

John Shepard 3rd,Ass't Sec, 
premises located on Winter st.. 
Temple pi., Treraont st., & 
Winter place, 



1148 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, I919. 



Contd. 



Joseph H. Walley, appointed August 22, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on hira as a special police officer. 



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:- 



Simon 
Charles E. 



Brodney, 
Brown, 
Conant Ball Co, 
Delahoyde, John 
De More, Antonio 
Ellis & Levingston 
Elm Hill Garage Co. 
Feldman, Louis 
Preedioan, Benjamin 
Giorgio, Giovanni 
Hoffman, Louis 
Marcus, Joseph 
Malkin, Irving 
Paipert, Julius 
Puccia, Philip 
Puritan Clothing Co. 
Rodman, Benjamin W. 
Sodekson, Simon 



59 

30 

136-140 

118 

25 

99 

420 

161 

7 

164 

125 

27-29 

63 

58 
154 

38 

105 

27-29 



Salem st. , 
l^orth St. , 
Richmond st. , 
Atlantic av. , 
So. luiargin st. 
Commercial st. 
Warren st. , 
Salem st . , 
"A" Spring St. 
Salem st. , 
Leverett St., 
Fleet St., 
Commercial st. 
Salem st. , 
Salem st., 
Washington st. 
Blackstone st. 
Prince 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 :- 

Goodman, Bella 3 Margaret st. , 

disapproved for the reason that a stand at this location would 
interfere with public travel. 

Pearlstein, Louis 68 Ruggles st., 

disapproved for the reason that the applicant has been in court 
for occupying the above sidewalk without a permit from the Street 
Commissioners, 



1149 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, I919. Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Daniel 3. Mahoney of Divi- 
sion 18 for leave of absence from duty for sixty days, commencing 
August 28, current, to visit his mother who is seriously ill in 
Ireland, was granted without pay. 



A requisition for the payment of a special pay-roll for 
members of the Police Department who volunteered for service in 
the United States Array or Navy was approved for the sum of Two 
Hundred Eighty-five and 44/100 (285.44) Dollars. 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiklLlISSIOliER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, August 2?, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill four vacancies in the 
position of Lieutenant with pay at the rate of Two Thousand (200C) 
Dollars per annum, and for the examination papers of said persons. 



The application of the Polish Young Men's Alliance 
Educational Society by Alfred Fiderkiewicz for an Amusement 
License to have a concert and motion pictures of historical 
character in Franklin Union Hall located on Appleton and Berkeley 
streets on the afternoon and evening of September 1, current, was 
forwarded to Kis Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



2476 
2475 



Weeks, 

White, 



Harry H. 
Frank J. 



116 Warren st., E. D. , 
65 V/hiting St., Roxbury. 



The application of Russell H. Morrison for a transfer 
of his license #125,803 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from 
a garage at 293 Northampton street to a garage at 255 llorthampton 
street was granted. 



X151 



BOSTON, WEDl^SDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of the Avellino Band, consisting of forty 
musicians, by Frank C. Brown, 9 Park street, for a Collective 
Musicians' License to play at a reception to the Italian sailors on 
V/ednesday, August 27, current, at 7.30 p. ni. , was granted. 

Route: From North End Park to Hanover street, Tremont row, 
Tremont street, Boylston, and Washington streets, Adams square. 
North street, North square. Prince and Salem streets to North End 
Park. 



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. 



Adacis , 



Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Black, 

Bolster, 

Buccigooss, 

Cahan, 

Cannon, 

Carey, 

Crinmings, 

Cronin, 

Davenport, 

Day. 

Dempsey, 

Donaher, 

Pairclough, 

Foye, 

Purdon, 

Giles, 
Hagan, 
Hagen, 
Haworth, 



John F. 
approved by J. 

Elliott C. 
John A. 
Joseph A. 
Charles H. 
Dominick J. 
Dennis J. 
peter H. 
John F. 
William H. 
Patrick H. 
Arthur S. 
George R. 
William E. 
Bernard J. 
James H. Jr. 
Frank 
Augustus J. 

Cornelius F. 
James W. 
Carl M. 

Samuel J. 

approved by W. 



61 Thacher St., Milton, 
H. Casey, Auditor, First 
National Bank, Boston, 

lb Winslow av., W. Som, , 
288 Bunker Hill st. , 

19 Thetford av. , D. D. , 

73 Union st.. So. Weymouth, 
491 E. Fourth St. , 

46 Houghton St., D. D. , 
121 Draper st. , D. D. , 

88 Gore at., E. Camb., 

30 Vinal av., Som. , 

95 Pembroke st. , 

10 Joy St., 
650 South St., Roslindale, 
226 Bennington st. , 

64 I St. , 

72 Gardner st., B. D. , 

66 Alban st. , D. D. , 

64 Cook St., Newton 

Highlands, 
155 Lynn st., Peabody, 
421 Washington st.. Canton, 

94 Charles st., 

22 Willard st., E. Milton, 
D. Williams, Director, Jordan 

IJarsh Company, 



xl52 



BOST,QII. "HEDmSDAY. AUGUST 27, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Heavey, 

Hensworth, 

Hinchy, 

Kateon, 

Kenney, 

Killion, 

Lane, 

Laws on, 

Lehan, 

L'ealey, 

Minden, 

Mulcahy, 

McCue, 

McGonigle, 

Nolan, 

O'Brien, 

O'Connor, 

O'Kane, 

O'Meill, 

Papkee, 

Parr, 

Price, 

Reardon, 

Redmond, 

Riley, 

Robinson, 

Robinson,, 

Roche,, 

Rosen, 

Sheehy , 

Smith, 

Stewart, 

Sweeney , 

Tourjee, 

Weinstock, 

Wright, 



Bates, 

Bell, 

Caldwell, 

Cuddy, 

Darcy, 



John V. 
William 
Patrick J. 
Frederick L. 
John \Y. 
John J. 
Philip J. 
Edwin L. 
John A. 
Fred W. 
Samuel 
Jeremiah F. 
Richard 
Daniel J. 
Frank H. 
Eugene T. 
Roy F. 
Stanley F. 
Thomas 
Gustave A. 
William A. 
George E. 
William E. 
Charles E. 
John D. 
Clement L. 
Willard S. 
John J. 
Joseph 
Edward 
Harold A. 
Donald W. 
Williara L. 
Leo E. 
Liah 

Henry P. 

approved by V/. 

Jordan Marsh 
Charles D. 
Charles D. 
George G. 
George V/. 
Joseph C. 
approved by G. 
R. H. Wh 



2992 Washington st., 
14 Fairland st, , 
47 Custer st. , J. P. , 

39 Chestnut st., Quincy, 
249 Roxbury st. , 
286 Concord av . , Camb. , 
841 E. Third st. , 

4 Wilkes st. , 
20 Mansur st., Roxbury, 

137 H St., 

4C4 Blue Hill av. , 

132 Third st., 

8 Highland Park Av., 
1 Deshon pi, , Everett, 
80 Huntington av., 

87 Savin Hill av. , 

5 Allerton rd. , 

40 Elakeville st., D. D. , 
121 L St., 

8 Chandler st, , Medford, 
299 Walden st. , Camb., 
450 WasJiington st., 

80 Huntington av., 
3 Caldwell st. , C. D. , 

19 iJyrtle et. , 
242 Highland av. , Som. , 
312 Washington st. Winchester 

81 Oakland st. , Melrose, 

88 Greenwood st., D. D. , 
60 L St. , 

164 Court rd., Winthrop, 

11 Newbury st. , 
78 Pinckney st. , 

848 Beacon st. , 
449 Ashmont st., D. D. , 
10 Bigelow St. , 
D. V/illiams, Director, 
Company, 

175 Marlboro st. , V/ollaston, 
44 Atherton rd. , Brook., 
60 Idaho St., Mattapan, 

12 Hendry st. , D. D. , 
1258 Commonwealth av . , 

B. Johnson, President, 
ite Company, 



BOSTON, WEDJJESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



X153 



Fine, 

Pi tzpa trick. 

Ham, 

Hart, 

Healey, 

Honohan, 

Lockhart, 

Madden, 

Morgan, 

Nolan, 

Nulty, 

Pearson, 

Sargent, 
Spencer, 
Tangney , 
West, 



Berry, 
Brady, 



Cobb, 
Mason, 



Raftery, 



Susman, 
Weld, 



Budd H. 
Joseph 
Prank D. 
James P. 
William K. 
Henry 
Charles E. 
John P. 
James M. 
Prank R. 
James H. 
Harold J. 



T 



Norfolk Downs 
St., E. Dedham, 



Arthur H. Jr. 
Arthur W. 
Daniel E. 

Burper Jr. 

approved by G. B. 

R. H. White 
Francis E. Jr. 
Henry P. 
approved by Howar 

Internationa 
George P. 
Harry A. 
approved by Charl 

S. S. Pierce 
John J. 
approved by Rev. 

St. John's 
Leroy R. 
Stephen M. 



286 Pleasant st.. Maiden, 

45 Clarkwood st. , 

15 Conway st. , Ros., 
Ill Court St., Newtonville, 

32 Irwin St., ?/inthrop, 

71 Carver st. , 
578 V/ashington st., 

44 Wallis St., Beverly, 

43 Arnold rd. , 
14d Colbwin 

21 Hilda St., E. Llilton, 
8 Taylor st., Medford 
Hillside, 
252 Clinton rd., Erookline, 

21 Lee st., Cambridge, 

62 Emerald st. , 

20 Apsley st., Hudson, 
Johnson, President, 

Company, 
1098 Washington st. , 
19 Sawyer av. , 
d Norton, Ass't Secretary, 
1 Trust Company, 
774 Albany st., 
54i Temple st. , 
.es C. Barnes, Manager, 
Company, 

']'] Rockland st., Rox. , 
P. J. Supple, Rector, 
Church. 

21 Nazing st. , Roxbury, 
89 State St. 



The application of Harold J. Holland, 47 Vassar street, 
Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



JL154 



BOSTON, ^'ELKlfiSDAY, AUGUST 27, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Hoffman, 
Home, 



David from 78i Prince st., 
to 80 Prince st. , 

Abraham from 1234 Tremont st., 
to 1232 Tremont et. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March ^1, I92O. 



Officers. 



Andersen, 

Curley, 
Goldman, 

McLaughlin, 

Bandlett, 



Ar thur 

John P. 
Nathan 

Jeremiah J. 

Arthur D. 



Employers. 

Arthur Andersen, Lessee, 
Mattapan Theatre, 

512 River st. , D. D. , 
Samuel Eliot, Trustee, 

131 State St. , 
John P. V/hitman, Manager, 
Peabody Play House, 
357 Charles st. , 
George A. Haley, Manager, 
Dudley Amusement Company, 
2200 Y/ashington St., 
F. H. Rugg, President, 

National Rockland Bank, 
2343 Washington st. 



The following named persons, appointed August 25i current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on them as special police officers. 

Louis Boinay, 
James E. McCoy, 
James Stokes. 



BOSTON, V/EDNESDAY, AUGUST 2?. 1919. 



Concluded. 



1155 



The application of Patrolman Cornelius J. Kiley Jr. of 
Division 15 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eight and 39/100 (8.39) 
Dollars, being the cost of cloth for new uniform trousers to replace 
a pair destroyed while making an arrest on July 22, current, when 
attached to Division 2, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas J. Casby of Division 
13 for leave of absence from duty for thirty days, commencing 
August 26, current, to regain his health at the Rutland Sanitorium 
was granted without pay. 



Attest; 




Chief Cler 



1156 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiMISSIOilER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, August 28, 1919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of Frank J. Sullivan for an Auctioneer's 
License at 44 Chelsea street, Charlestown, was granted for the year 
ending December 3I, 1919* 



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



2477 


Eostwick, 


Ralph L. 


653 


466 


DePattie, 


Thomas 


111 


2478 


MagnusBon, 


Ernest H. 


12 


2479 


Manning, 


Patrick J. 


31 


2348 


Palmer, 


Harry A. 


707 



Sixth St., 
"A" Shawmut av. , 
Treadway rd. , D. 
Worcester sq. , 
Morton St. 



D. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June ^0 , 192O. 



43,810 Eostwick, Ralph L. 
159.579 MagnusBOn, Ernest H. 
157.561 Munz, Joseph L. 



in a garage at 

n M II i< 

II n II II 



624 Fourth St. , 
568 Columbia rd. , 
667 Bennington st. 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1^19, 



Contd. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Barnet Furer 
and Israel Kanter on April 30, current, at 4l8 Dorchester avenue 
wag cancelled "by reason of the licensees having ceased to be 
engaged in the business of Junk Shop Keeper at that location. 



The application of Jacob Backer and Benny Weiner as Backer 
and Weiner for a Junk Shop Keeper's License at 4l8 Dorchester 
avenue was granted for the year ending April 30, 1920, in piace of 
Purer and Kanter. 



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

101st Infantry Band, consisting of forty musicians, by Frank 
C. Brown, 9 Park street, - to accompany the parade of the visiting 
Italians from the warship under the direction of the City of Boston 
Reception Committee on Friday, August 29, current, at 8 p. m. 

Route: From North End Park to Commercial street, Hanover 
street, Tremont row, Tremont, Boylston, Washington streets, Adams 
square. North street, North square, Prince, Salem, Charter and 
Commercial streets to North End Park. 

McLean Kiltie Band, consisting of fifty musicians, by P. A. 
Guthrie, Lieutenant Colonel, 27 State street, - to parade with the 
McLean Kiltie Veterans on Monday, September 1, current, at 10 a. m. 

Route: From Faneuil Hall square to Dock square, Cornhill, 
Scollay square, Tremont, Boylston, Washington and Summer streets to 
the South Station. 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Stiglets, 

Cohen, 

Silverman, 



Arthur & 
Oscar 
Abram I. 



\ 



as Franklin Diamond 
637 Washington at., 
291 Sumner st. , S. B. 



Co. 



The application of Nelson P. York, 48 Pinckney street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
which was rejected on June 2, current, was reconsidered and 
granted for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



The application of Frederick J. Sewell, 27 Siren street, 
Point Shirley, Winthrop, for a license #028640 to operate a Sight- 
Seeing Automobile was granted for the year ending March 1, I92O. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June 30, 192O. 

I Division 4. 

i 

16873 Levenson, Frank in front of 308 Broadway, 

Division 9. 
6875 Doull, Harry F. in front of II78 Harrison av. 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1919. Concluded. 



The Wagon License #5995 granted to Frank Levenson on 
July 1, 1919f to locate in front of 308 Broadway was cancelled by 
reason of its having been surrendered. 



Patrolman William V. Sullivan of Division 2 who was 
granted an indefinite leave of absence October 10, 1917i to enter 
the United States Array, having been honorably discharged therefrom 
returned to duty August 28, current, at 5«4-5 P. M. 



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



Patrol. 

N 



Samuel C. Hutchins, 
James S. Norton, 



Div. 

n 



9, 
6. 



7 clays, 
6 " 



I 30.68 
26.30 

$ 56.98 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending August 28, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$52.83^.86 
626.09 
568.89 
199.4-2 

63.85 
154.292.11 



Attest: 



Chief ClerT^ J) 



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OFPICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peaiberton square. 

Boston, Friday, August 29, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Canney of Division 4 against Patrolman Daniel J. Morrissey of 
Division 12 for violation of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE 1: KEGLECT OF DUTY. 

Specification 1: In that Patrolman Morrissey, although 
on duty in the early morning of July 25th on or in the vicinity 
of Boston Common where shots were fired failed to make report of 
the firing of the shots and the circumstances attending thereto 
to his superior officer. 

CHARGE 2: UNTRUTHFULNESS. 

Specification 1: In that on July 27th, 1919. the said 
Patrolman Morrissey upon being questioned concerning the shooting 
upon Boston Common by his superior officer. Sergeant Thomas F. 
Harvey of Division 4, stated that he did not fire his revolver 
and did not hear anything that sounded like shooting, the said 
Patrolman Morrissey well knowing that either one or both of said 
statements was unture. 

Specification 2: In that on August 6th, 1919. the said 
Patrolman Morrissey, having been required to make a report in 
writing to his superior officer, to wit, Captain John J. Rooney, 
of Division 12, made a report in writing, stating as follows: 

"I did not discharge my revolver nor did I see 
anyone else discharge their revolver. I do not 
remember hearing any shots or any unusual sounds 
that would have attracted my attention." 

the said Patrolman Morrissey well knowing all or some of said 

statements to be untrue. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial 
Board, consisting of Captains Joseph Harriman, Clinton E. Bowley 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2^, 1919. 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman Daniel J. Morrisaey - concluded. 

and Daniel G. Murphy, on the twentieth day of August, current, 
after due notice had been served on the said Patrolroan Morrissey 
by giving him a true copy of the complaint, and that it was 
continued to the twenty-seventh day of August, current, and then 
it appeared that a hearing was had. He appeared with counsel and 
pleaded not guilty to the charge and on the evidence presented the 
Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. The Commis- 
sioner approved the finding and with the recommendation of the 
Board ordered that the said Patrolman Daniel J. Morrissey perform 
two hundred and ten hours' Punishment Duty. 



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

Gertrude C. Mellen - to have a playground entertainment in 
North End Union Hall located on Parmenter street on the afternoon 
of September 3. current. 

Superb Theatre, Incorporated, by Louise F. Herthel, Treasurer, 
- to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville in the 
Superb Theatre located at 1122-1124 Columbus avenue until August 1, 
1920. 



The application of Crawford E. Fisher, 19 Arden street, 
Brighton, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #71 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, I919. 



Contd. 



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



163,012 lia.ce, Y/alter V. 
02446a) 

02446b? Palmer & Kezer 
02446G) 
84,281 Woods, William J. 



in a garage at II9 Portland st., 
" " " " 1348 Blue Hill av., 
" " " " 306 Main st. 



The application of Burgess C. Newell for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #138,507 at Camden street, south- 
west corner of Tremont street, was granted. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Harry and 
David Segal on April 30, current, at 10 Troy street was cancelled 
by reason of the licensees ha,ving ceased to be engaged in the 
business of Junk Shop Keeperaat that location. 



The application of Israel Edelstein for a Junk Shop 
Keeper's License at 10 Troy street was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920, in place of Harry and David Segal. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of twenty-three musicians, by 
Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to play at a reception to 
the Italian sailors on Friday, August 29, current, at 6 p. m. 

Route: From 328 Hanover street to North Bennett, Salem, Prince 
North square. North, Richmond and Hanover streets to North End Park. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, I919. 



Contd. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

William J. Riley, 62 Mt. Vernon street, Dedhara, - four musi- 
cians to parade with the members of Dedham Council, Knights of 
Columbus, to announce the Annual Field Day, on Saturday, August 30, 
current, from 8.3O to 10 p. m. 

Route: Through principal streets of Hyde Park, Mattapan and 
Roslindale. 

Italian Marine Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by Valerio 
Saja, 124 Prince street, - to parade 'with the Societa of Mutuo 
Soccorsoe Beneficenza S. Agrippina di Mineo on Saturday, August 30» 
current, from 8 to 9.3O p. m. 

Route: From 141 Richmond street to Hanover, Fleet, Moon, North 
square. North street. Battery, Charter, Salem and Prince streets to 
141 Richmond street. 

Citizens' Band, consisting of ten musicians, by John E. Howard, 
56 Cottage road, - to play at the First Annual Field Day of the 
Germantowr;i Citizens Association on Monday, September 1, current, 
from 2 to 3 p. m. 

Route: From corner of Stimson and Washington streets to 
Rockland, Grove, Washington and Stimson streets to Gallivans Grove 
on Stimson street. 

Giardini Band, consisting of twenty-three musicians, by 
Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to parade with the Hod 
Carriers' Union #209 and Italian Sailors on Sunday, August 31, 
current, from 12. 30 to 2 p. ra. 

Route: From 1 Wiget street to Parraenter, Hanover, Washington, 
Suxomer streets to the South Station, Summer, V/ashington and Brattle 
streets to the quincy House. 

Moore's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by William 
J. Lee, 35 Calumet street, Roxbury, - to parade with the United Shoe 
Workers of America and Allied Shoe Workers on Monday, September 1, 
current, at 10 a. m. 

Route: From Jackson square corner of Centre street and 
Columbus avenue to Old Heath, Schiller, Gayhead, Centre, Perkins, 
streets. South Huntington avenue, Huntington avenue, Tremont street 
Roxbury Crossing to Columbus avenue to Boston Common. 



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The application of Arthur T. Innes, 44 Butler avenue, 
East Boston, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for one day, September 1, current. 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, I919. 



Contd, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to cerr^' pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 192C. 



Anderson, 



Bunker, 
Charaterlain, 

Cleaves, 

Cullen, 

Fay, 

Hapgood, 

Healey, 

Keane, 

Mitchell, 

McGrath, 

Rose, 

Sheehy, 

Shepard, 

Sterne, 

Stevens, 

Ternan, 

Thayer, 



Fallon, 
Tucker, 



Goodspeed, 
Goodspeed, 

Kehoe, 

Sherman, 

Thorne, 



Park, 

Phelari, 
Purnell, 

Reid, 
Sheehan, 



Charles A. 17 Field st., Maiden, 
approved by H, P. MacDonald, Superintendent, 

Aapinwall & Codma-n, Agents, 149 Tremont st. 

Ichabod 35 Elgin st. , Y/. R. , 

Arthur F. 215B Commonwealth av., 

Auburndale, 

Eugene T. 30 Winter at., 

Maurice R. 92 Pinckney st. , 

George S. 30 Winter st., 

Leslie A. 30 Winter st., 

William H. 30 Winter st., 

William H. 4 Ernst st., Roxbury, 

John A. A. 461 Ashmont St., D. D. , 

James J. I38 W. Canton st. , 

Earle E. 302 Harvard et., Camb., 

Frank 9 Gertrose st. , Roxbury, 

John 3rd 26 Arborway, 

Jerome K. 1232 Beacon st., Brookline, 

Beatty l895 Beacon st., Brookline, 

Edward P. 427 Massachusetts av . , 

Arthur S. 30 V/inter st., 
approved by John Shepard 3'^'^. Ass't Sec, 

Shepard Norwell Company, 
John B. 
H. Prescott 
approved by J. 



Frank 1 
George 



J 
in H. L 

L. r 



184 state St., 
184 State Pt., 
Fallon, Treasurer, Stickney 
&. Poor Spice Company, 
149 Tremont st,,, 
50 Congress st. , 
approved by H. P. MacDonald, Superintendent, 
Samuel B. ) 107 Sears Building, 
Albert L. 37 Mallet st. , D. D. . 

Charles H. ) I07 Sears Building, 
approved by J. L. Foster, Cashier, Webster & 

Atlas National Bank of Boston, 
Frank E. 50 Congress st. , 

approved by H. P. MacDonald, Superintendent, 
Hubert A. 22 Eelvidere St., 

William E. 602 Massachueette av., 
approved by H. P. MacDonald, Superintendent, 
James A. 38 Leamington rd. , 

Robert ¥/. 27 Bay View Av. V/inthrop, 

approved by W. F. Glidden, Treasurer, 
American Trust Company, 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 
Tucker, 



White, 
Wilson, 



George H. 114 Rossetter st., I). D. , 

approved by John Shepard 3rd, Ass't Secretary, 

Shepard Norwell Company, 
Safford B. 22 Pearl St., C. D. , 

approved by J. E. Prouty, Cashier, The 

Boylston National Bank of Boston, 
Andrew T. 52 Oak Square av . , 



The application of Ralph P. Norris, 1 Pemberton road, 
Cochituate, Massachusetts, for a license to carry a pistol or re- 
volver in this Commonwealth was rejected. 



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



Officers. 



Brinkert, 
Cripps, 
Edwards, 
Fay, 

Godsell, 
Hamilton, 
Hartman, 
Hayes, 
Lahar, 
Menton, 
O'Dea, 
Quincy, 
Bruce, 
Piske, 
Furbeck, 
Hunn, 
Butts, 
Simkins, 
Yeames, 
Brady, 
Gallagher, 
Marks, 
Strauss, 



Richard 
Joseph F. 
Archibald 
George W. 
John 

Robert M, 
Samuel 
William L. 
William D. 
Patrick J, 
Michael 
Otis G. _ 
James L. 
George I. 
George W. 
Clarke F. 
Prank B. ', 
Nathaniel I 
Harold A. ' 
Thomas J. 
mark E. 
Clifton S. 
Leon 



Employers. 

Thomas G. plant Company, 

W. A. Mitchell, Secretary, 
Bickford cor. Centre sts., 



The Christian Science Publishing 

Society, John R. Wales, Manager, 
premises located on Falmouth, St. 
Paul & Norway sts., 

Webster &. Atlas National Bank, 
J. L. Foster, Cashier, 
199 Washington at., 
Licopold Morse Company, 

Ferdinand Strauss, Pres., 
119-137 Washington st., 



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BOSTON, PRIDAY, AUGUST 29, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 



Cahn, 
Corbett, 
Driscoll, 
Far nam, 
Luft, 
Tobin, 
Wyre , 
Brett, 



McCarthy, 



Max J. 
Edward F. 
Henry J. 
Francis J. 
David 
W. Philip 
George S. 
Harrie I. 



Patrick J. 



concluded. 

Employers. 

Chandler & Company, Inc., 

Charles F. Bacon, V. Pres., 
150-153 Tremont st., 31-41 
& 30 Y/eet street, 



National Rockland Bank, 
Frederic V/. P.ugg, President, 
2343 V/ashington st., 
Quincy Theatres Inc., 
Ludwig Lasko, Manager, 
2170 Washington st. 



The applications of the Y/ebster & Atlas National Bank by 
J. L. Foster, Cashier, for the appointment of the following named 
persons as Special Police Officers for duty in and about the 
premises j^l99 Washington street v/ere rejected:- 

Samuel B. Kehoe 
Charles H. Thorne. 



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



pol; 
Officers. 



Colbert, 

Donovan, 

O'Connell, 

Anderson, 

Curley, 

Goldman, 

McLaughlin, 

Randlett, 



William 
James 
James A. 
Arthur 
John P. 
Nathan 
Jeremiah J. 
Arthur D. 



Appointed. 

August 26, 1919, 
" 26, 1919. 
" 26, 1919. 



27. 1919. 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY. AUGUST 29, I919. 



Contd. 



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



2329 DeMara, Paul 



10b6) 

1801 Brown, Fred P. 

3279} 



Division 1. 

in front of 85 No. Margin st. 
Division I6. 



corner of St, Germain st. & 

Massachusetts av. 



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

Patrolman Charles J. Grlnnell of Division 16, three days, 
comrrienciog August 29, current, on account of the death of his 
father-in-law. 

Captain Bobert E. Grant of Division I8, three days, commencing 
August 3c, current, on account of the death of his daughter. 



The application of Patrolman Richard F. Morgan of Division 
9 to be reimbursed in the sum of Seven and I3/ICO (7»13) Dollars, 
being the cost of cloth for new uniform trousers to replace a 
pair destroyed while arresting V/illiam P. Donovan on August I7, 
current, for assault, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Albert F. Winslow of Division 
1 for permission to accept a reward of Three (3) Dollars for the 
arrest of Rosario Spario, a runaway from the Lyman School on June 
16, current, was granted. 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919. 



Concluded, 



The application of Patrolman Eugene F. O'Neill of Divi- 
sion 9 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for 
the arrest of James F, Gately, a deserter from the United States 
Naval Reserve Force, was granted. 



Attest; 



<*y>A/ 




Chief Clebfk. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 pemberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, August 30, l^iy, 



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