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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. September (pp.1171-1422)."

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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Monday, September 1, I919. 



Labor Day, and a legal holiday. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOHER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



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Boston, Tuesday, September 2, 19I9' 



Police CoOTfiiBsioner Curtis waa at his office today and 
transacted the following business; 

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The application of John Moir for an Amusement License 
to have a dancing party in International Hall located at 67 Warren 
street, Roxbury, on the evening of September 1, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Israel Knoring for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at 9 to 17 Hampden street was granted for the year ending 
April 30. 1920, on condition that said license is not to be sold or 
transferred. 



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



Kri tziiian, 
Sanders, 



Peter 
Harry 



72 Water st., H. P. , 
69 Morris st. 



Thomas J. Brady, appointed August 29 • current, appeared 
August 30, current, and made oath to faithfully and impartially 
perform all the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



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BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEIdBER 2, l^l^. 



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 , I920. 



Brackett, 

Callahan, 

Campbell, 

Corbett, 

Dresser, 



DriBCOll, 
Farnam, 
Fowle, 
Galvin, 

Goddard, 
C-owen, 

Haley, 
Ingrahain, 



Lahar , 
Luft, 

Mulholland, 
Macnaughton, 

Macnaughton, 
Petersen, 
Phelan, 
Provost, 
Murphy, 
Rear don, 
Reilly, 
Raws on, 

Selgman, 

Soule, 

Tobey, 

Windle, 

Wyre, 



^71 Cambridge st., 
52 Clapp St. , Dor. , 

208 So. Huntington av., 
68 Willowwood av., 
98 Worth St. , Salem, 



Harold F. 
James F. 
James J. 
Edward F. 
Herbert A. 

approved by Ernest Barker for the Boston 
Consolidated Gas Company, 



Henry J. 
Francis J. 
Raymond L. 
John H. 

Josiah H. 
Percy W. 
John J. 
Robert R. 



333 Park St., Dorchester, 
54 Wellington Hill st., 
11 Commercial st., 
Thomas G. Plant Co., Bickford 
St. cor. Centre st., 
88 Summer st. , 
2 Mercer st., 
62 Cedar St., Mattapan, 



100 Harvard av . , VV.kedford, 
approved by Charles F. Bacon, V. P., 
Chandler &■. Company, Inc. , 



William D. 
David 
Henry A. 
Donald 

William 
John H. 
Leo J. 
Robert G. 
Frank W. 
Michael T. 
Thomas 
Frank H. 

Morris 
Howard C. 
W. Philip 
Oswald 
George S. 



40 Minden st. , 
104 Humboldt av. , 
503 Blue Hill av. , 
Package Confectionery Co., cor. 
Sixth & N sts, , 
741 E. Sixth St. , 
87 G St., 
22 Belvidere st. , 
43 Franklin st., 
24 Lincoln st. , C. D. , 
Pier 40 Hoosac Tunnel Docks, CD. 
20 E. Canton st., 
Thomas G. Plant Co., Bickford 
St. cor. Centre st., 
913 Blue Hill av 
75 Parkton rd. , 
2;?9 Beacon st . , 
150-153 Tremont st., 
102 Chester st., 



J. P., 



D. 



The application of William A. Copsou Jr., 186 Eustis 
street, Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



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BOSTOil. TUESDAY, SEPTEliBER 2, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Dillon, 


Robert E. 




159 St. Botolph St., 


Kennedy, 


Warren S. 




11 Sayward st., 


Kennedy, 


William J. 




36 Pleasant et., D. D. 


Kenney , 


William 




1745 Dorchester av.. 


Langmaid, 


Frank W. 




73 Dorchester st. 


Mortimer, 


Joseph 




715 E. Second st. , 


NorcroBs, 


George R. 




35 Elder st. . D. D. , 


Wentworth, 


Edwin E. 




7 Dartmouth st., Som. 




approved by 


Robert 


E. Dillon, Ass't Supt., 




Edison ; 


Electric Illuminating Company. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, I920. 



Chaban, 
Lockwood, 



Max 
Sopia E. 



4 Dearborn st. , 
as H, N. Lockwood 
61 Bromfield st. 



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



Officers. 



Allen, 

Blake, 

Campbell , 

Green, 

Hughes, 

Joyce, 

Muller, 

Nilson, 

Remick, 

Wa.rd, 



William H. 
Charles M. 
Homer W. 
John H. 
Frank P. 
Joseph P. 
Frederick M. 
Carl S. 
Herbert C. 
Franklin M. 



Employers. 

S. S. Pierce Company, 
Walworth Pierce, Sec. 

185 Kilk St., 



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BOSTOK, TUESDAY, SEPTEIJIBER 2, 19iy. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



Anderson, 

Barrett, 

Beattie, 

Bennett, 

Bolton, 

Bulger, 

Heald, 

Huns on, 

Johnson, 

Y/hitcomb, 

Breau, 

Conley, 

Jordan, 

Wakeham, 

Barnes, 

Bates, 

Garrity, 

Kelleher, 

King, 

Klarr, 

Leonard, 

Mason, 

Menzies, 

Morriseey, 

McCorry, 

Nado, 

Philbon, 

Reilly, 

Arnes, 

Bachelder, 

Batten, 

Canning, 

Cb i ck , 

Cotton, 

Dyer, 

Eldredge, 

Fi'sher, 

Gay, 

Gilmore, 

Gregor, 

Hannam, 

Jewett, 

Kerr, 

Martin, 

Miller, 



Oscar J. 
Edward P. 
George W. 
John H. 
Llewellyn 
Charles H. 
Harold A. 
Paul M. 
William 
Francis P^ 
Leo J. 
Y/illiam 
Albert P. 
Joseph F._== 
Charles C. 
Kenneth C. 
Cornelius L, 
Joseph J. 
Austin J. 
Earl E. 
Horace M. 
Harry A, 
Hugh 
John J. 
Thomas 
George A. 
Joseph A. 
Patrick G.^ 
Ralph E. 
Joseph C. 
Harold A. 
Joseph P. 
Fred E. 
Charles E. 
Clarence E. 
Josiah E. 
Herbert B. 
Erskine A. ^ 
Aubrey G. 
Edgar A. 
William H. 
Arthur C. 
Elgin H. 
Howard A. 
Byron A. 



Employers. 



S. S. Pierce Company, 

Walworth Pierce, Sec, 
Pierce Building, cor. Dart- 
mouth St. & Huntington av.. 



S. S. Pierce Company, 
25 Jersey street, 



S. S. Pierce Company, 

cor. Beacon & Tremont sts. 



Smith Patterson Company, 
N. H. Smith, Vice Pres., 
52-5^ Summer st. , 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, l^l*^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 



Preston, 

Rollings, 

Shaw, 

Silva, 

Small, 

Smith, 

Stiles, 

Strain, 

Tucker, 

Tyler, 

V/att, 

Vifhite, 

Whittum, 

Bartlett, 



Garrity, 



Howard M. 
A. Syd 
A. F. 

Francis G. 
Philip C. 
Nelson H. 
Edgar V/. 
Albert A. 
George D. 
Jerome C. 
George A. 
Harry H. 
H. A. _ 
Andrew J. 



Patrick F. 



concluded. 

Employers. 

Smith Patterson Company, 
N. H. Smith, V. Pres., 
52-56 Summer St., 



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Granfield, 


Edward J. 


Lockney, 

Papkee, 

Swasey, 

Walthers, 

Lyons, 

McGee, 


Thomas F. 
Gustave A. 
George L. 
Frederick W. 
Jeremiah L 
Phillip f 


Reilly, 


Thomas 


Selgman, 

Wogan, 

Woods, 


Morris 
Roderick H. 
Robert F. 



Keith's Boston Theatre Company, 
Charles L. Harris, Mgr., 
Boston Theatre, 539 Washington st 
Bijou Arcade, 43 I^son st., 4 
162 Tremont st., 
Edward D. Smith, General Mgr., 
Shubert Theatre, 265 Tremont 
Bt., Plymouth Theatre, 12^ Eliot 
St., Wilbur Theatre, 2^0 Tremont 
St., & Shubert General Ticket 
Office, Little Building Lobby, 
The Winsor School, 

Mary Pickard Winsor, Director 
Pilgrim rd. & Riverway Drive, 
Jordan Marsh Company, 

W. F. Watters, V. Pres., 
450 V/ashington st. , 

Edgar R. Champlin, Chairman, 
Algonquin Club, 

217 Cormnonwealth av. , 
Wildey Savings Bank, 

George E. Taber, Treas., 
52 Boylston st. , 
Jacob Dreyfus & Sons, 
Carl Dreyfus, 
68 Summer st. 



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BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, I919. 



Concluded. 



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



Boyle, 



Appointed August 26, 1919. 

Edward G. Carver, 
Cass, John W. 

Appointed August 29, 1919. 



Charles E. 



Brett, 


Harrie I. 


i/lenton. 


Patrick J. 


Bruce, 


James L. 


McCarthy, 


Patrick J. 


Butts, 


Frank B. 


O'Dea, 


Michael 


Cripps, 


Joseph F. 


Q,uincy. 


Otis G. 


Piske, 


George I. 


Simkins, 


Kathaniel 


Furbeck, 


George W. 


Yeames, 


Harold A. 


Godsell, 


John 


Driscoll , 


Henry J. 


Hamilton, 


Robert M. 


Far nam. 


Francis J. 


Hartman, 


Samuel 


Kahn, 


Max J. 


Hayes, 


William L- 


Luft, 


David 


Hu nn. 


Clarke F. 


Tobin, 


W. Philip 


Lahar, 


William D. 


Wyre, 


George S. 



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



Patrolman William P. J. Delaney of 
commencing September 2, current, on acco 
mother. 

Patrolman Daniel F. Driscoll of Div 
mencing August 31. current, on account 
in-law. 

Patrolman Norman F. Garland of Divi 
mencing August 30, current, on account 

Patrolman John E. Rowland of Divisi 
September 1, current, on account of the 

Patrolman William J. Trainer of Div 
commencing September 8, current, to rega 

Attest: 



Division 16, t?iree days, 
unt of the death of his 

is ion 2, three days, com- 
f the death of his father- 

sion 5. thirty days, com- 
f a septic left leg. 
on 9, three days, commencing 
death of his father-in-law, 
ision 5. twenty- two days, 
in his health. 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Peraberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, Septeraber 3, I919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

Ladies of Ancient Order of Hibernians by Patrick W. Melia - to 
have a dancing party in Waverly Hall located at 1239 River street, 
Hyde Park, on the evening of October 24, current. 

John Moir - to have musical and literary entertainments and 
dancing parties in International Hall located at 67 Warren street, 
Roxbury, until August 1, 1920. 



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

62 Torrey st. , D. D. , 

20 Garden st., Roxbury, 

285 Cabot St., " 

15 Tabor st., Brookline, 

12 Atherton at. , 

23 Cortes St. 



1360 


Hurlbert, 


Claude A. 


2483 


Lotkin, 


Isaac B. 


2168 


Mulrean, 


Frank J. 


2480 


O'Connor, 


Edward 


2481 


Short, 


Henry F. 


2482 


Wilson, 


Charles P 



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BOSTON, WEDSESDAY, SEP TEMBEK 3, 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, I92O. 



78,027 Short, Henry F. 
138,179 Wilson, Charles P. 



in a garage at I926 Columbus av., 
" " " " 541 Trernont st. 



The application of the Walthani, Teel's and other bands, 
consisting of one hundred musicians, by William H. Oakes, 54- 
Devonshire street, for a Collective Musicians' License to parade 
with the Odd Fellows of Greater Boston on Sunday, September 7, 
current, at 1 p. m. , was granted. 

Route; Form on Commonwealth avenue between Arlington and 
Clarendon streets, thence via Arlington street to Boylston, Trernont 
Park. Beacon, and Arlington streets. Commonwealth avenue, (north 
side) to Brookline avenue to Fenway Park. 



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



Officers. 



Corbett, 

Garrity, 

Re illy. 

Cleaves, 

Cullen, 

Stevens, 

Ternan, 

Thayer, 



Edward F. 
Patrick F 
Thomas _^ 
Eugene T, 
Maurice H. 
Beatty 
Edward P. 
Arthur S. 



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Appointed. 

August 29. 1919, 
September 2, 1919. 



August 26, 1919. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1919. Concluded. 



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

Division 9' 

473 Zimon, Louis in front of 1974' Washington st. 

Division 10. 

3220 Olem, Max in front of 1250 Tremont st. 



Attest: 



' ^tjc-o^uu^d) 



Chief Cler 



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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKSH. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, September 4, 1919« 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Charles L. Hall et al for a charter as 
The Alumni Association of Omicron Chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa, for 
maintaining a chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa in Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology with a view to providing necessary equipment and 
quarters for the same, to be located at 5^7 Beacon street. 



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



1045 Brown, 
2484 Coffey, 
125 Mead, 



James F. 
Joseph J, 
John H. 



357 Columbia st. Camb., 
510 Norfolk St., D. D. , 
20 E. Milton rd. Brook. 



The application of Francis P. Fitzgerald, 201 Saratoga 
street. East Boston, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License was 
rejected. 



The application of Francis P. Fitzgerald for a license 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at l62 Liverpool 
street was rejected. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919. Contd. 



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a copy 



The application of Sam SWerlick, 
of his Junk Collector's License was 



251 Chambers 
granted. 



street, for 



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



Cohen's Band, c 
Lunn, President, 53 
stone of the Vilner 
current, from 12 m. 

Route : On Phil 

Italian Marine 
P. DiMilla, 373 Harr 
Italian Societies on 

Route; Form at 
avenue to Eliot stre 
avenue, Northampton 



ornelr 
7. 



onsisting of eight musicians, by Edward P, 
Grove street, - to play at the laying of a c 
Congregation Synagogue on Sunday, September 
to 7 J), m. I 

lips street. I 

Band, consisting of fifty musicians, by Reverend 
ison avenue, - to parade with the South End 

Sunday, September 7, current, at 3 p. m. 

Dover and Harrison avenue thence via Harris 
et, Park square, Pleasant street, Shawmut 
street to Harrison avenue to Dover street. 



ion 



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. 

Beacon St., Brook., 
Water st., 
Edson St, , Dor. , 
Hansborough st. , 
Carruth st. , Dor. , 
Highland st., H. P., 
Sutherlund rd. , 
Hillside St., Rox. , 
Water st., 
Stanley st. , Dor. , 
Tremont st., 
Devonshire st., 
Taf t St. , Dor. , 
Hyde Park av . , 
Everett st. , E. B. , 



Abernethy, 


John C. 


1353 


Aiken, 


Alfred L. 


40 


Beattie, 


Norman E. 


31 


Block, 


Arthur 


12 


Boudrot, 


William A. 


27 


Burt, 


Arthur H. 


60 


Buxton, 


Frank W. 


29 


Callanan, 


William J. 


143 


Cederborg, 


Emil W. 


40 


Clark, 


Medville L. 


39 


Creighton, 


Gordon K. 


154 


Davis, 


Sidney H. 


200 


Doherty, 


Joseph 


8 


Erhard, 


George P. 


1715 


Gorman, 


James L. 


262 



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BOSTON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Johnson, 

(iualters, 

Pinley., 

Marshall, 

Mason, 

Mitchell, 

Moore, 

McLain, 

Nixon, 

Palmer, 

Pennell, 

Phillips, 

Prendergast, 

Rich, 

Slattery, 

Thomson, 

Walkins, 



J. Chester 


154 


Richard J. 


m 


John A. 


164 


John E. 


68-70 


George A. 


2 


Frederick 


40 


William J. 


29 


William J. 


154 


Philip J. 


5 


Millett H. 


29 


Ernest 


42 


Ridgewood 


54 


Arthur J. 


16 


Patrick 


67 


Jsunes P. 


45 


George G. 


504-552 


John J. 


7 



Tremont at.. 
Bunker Hill st. , 
Newbury st. , 
Harrison av. , 
Gouldville ter.Dor. 
Water et. , 
W. Tremlett st., 
Tremont st., 
Newbury st., 
"A" Oak dale st.. 
Long av. , B. D, , 
Montgomery st., 
Beaufort rd. , J. P. , 
Byron st. , E. B. , 
E. Newton st., 
Washington st., 
Vesta rd. , D. D. 



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



Officers. 



Abernethy, 

Catton, 

Marshall, 

Prendergast, 

Reilly. 

Stover, 

Wise, 

Aiken, 

Seattle, 

Cederborg, 

Clark, 

Davis, 

Mitchell, 

Walking, 

Atkins, 

Dick, 

Gibbs, 

Giese, 

Hodges, 

Howard, 



John C. 
Percy 
John R. 
Arthur J. 
Charles F. 
Lawrington 
Samuel F._ 
Alfred L. — I 
Norman E. 
Emil W. 
Medville L. 
Reuben J. 
Frederick 

John J. . , 

John E, 
Alexander 
George E. 
Henry W. 
Ray D. 
Julius C. 



Employers. 

Second National Bank of Boston 
Thoroas S. Beale, Jr.,V.P., 
Ill Devonshire st., 



S. Jr. 



National Shawmut Bank, 

Alfred L. Aiken, President, 
40 Water st.. 



R. H. Stearns Company, 
R. W. Maynard, Pres., 
140 Tremont st., 6-24 Temple 
pi., & 100-104 Arch St., 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER A, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Officers. 



Johnson, 

Leighton, 

Patterson, 

Peterson, 

Reid, 

Sanders, 

We is. 

Block, 

Buxton, 

Creighton, 

McLain, 

Slattery, 

Campbell, 

Drayton, 

Fowler, 

Mosley, 

Sandbrook, 

Stewart, 

Davis, 



Gorman, 



Edward E. 

Mahlon K. 
John 

Chester A. 
James C. 
Henry A. 
Julius A. 
Arthur = 
Frank W. 
Gordon K. 
William T. 
James F. 



Sylvester D, 
Frank 0. 
Henry B. 
Beecher 
Ar thur 
Jesse L. _ 
Sidney H. 



James L. 



Employers. 

R. H. Stearns Company, 

R. W. Maynard, President, 
140 Tremont st., 6-24 Temple pi, 
& 100-104 Arch street, 



E. T. Slattery Company, 

A. W. Payne, Vice Pres., 
154 to 158 Tremont st.. 



Chandler & Farquhar Company, 
F. Alex. Chandler, Pres., 
32-38 Federal st. & 
131-135 Congress st. , 



Amory Eliot, Agent, 
John Hancock Building, 
200 Devonshire st.. 
Metropolitan Trust Company, 
Robert J. Gove, Manager, 
Maverick sq, , E. B. 



The application of the E. T. Slattery Company by A. W. 
Payne, Vice President, for the appointment of the following named 
persons as Special Police Officers for duty in and about the 
premises #154- to 158 Tremont street was rejected. 

Francis T. O'Neil 
John A. Quinn, 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 191^. 



Contd. 



The application of the National Shawmut Bank by Alfred 
L. Aiken, President, for the appointment of Ernest Pennell as a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #40 
Water street was rejected. 



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



Boudrot, 

Marshall, 

Moore, 



William A. 
John E. 
William J. 



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



Division 2. 



392 
1409 
1881 

2^35 
3814 

51ZZJ 

6839 

1036 

6840 

6841 

3665 

4454 

6843 

6844 

2321 

32531 

3273) 



Baxter & Oldfield 

Brockton Auto Ex. Go. 
By am, Raymond S. 

Donnelly, Joseph B. 



Harmon, R. E. 
Shannon, Charles D. \i 



in front of 241 Purchase st. 

" " •• 36 Broad st., 

•• " " 15 Merchants row. 



" rear 



" front " 

n (I n 



295 Congress st. , 



74 India at. , 
615 Atlantic av. , 
18 Purchase st. , 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, I919. 



Contd. 



Towle, A. & Co. 



Wall, Patrick J. 



Youlden, Smith & Hopkins 



1958 
5629 
5630 
2047 
2720 



6842 Jacobs, Harry 



in front of 132 High st., 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 2 - concluded. 



3^T 
438 

1340 

2769 

5803 

5034 

5836. 
342 

343 

404 
3886 
3926 
3929 

395il 

687T 

68451 

6846 ( Williams, Oscar P. 

684?) 

6838 Williams & Company 

1113) 

2061^: 



n n 



" rear 



" front 



211 congress st., 

593-597 Atlantic av., 
579 Atlantic av. , 
36 Broad st. , 
26 Franklin st. , 

571 Atlantic av. 



Division 9. 

in front of 162-168 Warren st. 



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BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, I919. 



Contd. 



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

Patrol. Samuel L. Kinnear, 

" Lawrence W. Welch, 

" Richard F. Barry, 

" William J. O'Brien, 

" Frederick A. Whitten, 

Fireman Daniel A. Barron, 

Patrol. Charles W. Hoisington, 

" Michael J. Connors, 

" John B. Gildea, 

•' Patrick J. Duke, 

Inspector William J. Rooney, 

Sergeant John F. McCarthy, 

$375.57 



Div. 2, 


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days, 


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15.34 


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» 


14.38 


6. 


7 


11 


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If 


30.68 


8. 


30 


<i 


57.19 


9. 


39 


II 


65.74 


14, 


6 


II 


13.15 


" 14, 


2 


•I 


4.38 


" 19. 


39 


II 


65.74 


B. C. I. 


26 


II 


72.12 


B. C. I. 


3 


«i 


7.40 



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. 


Joseph A. Verkampen, 


11 


Stephen J. Ryder Jr. 


Sergeant 


Hugh A. Rourke, 


n 


William H. Ryraes, 


Patrol. 


Samuel C. Hutch ins. 


H 


James E. Bradley, 


H 


John J. Gale, 


II 


William A. Moore, 


Sergeant 


Michael J. Muldoon, 


Patrol. 


Edward Graham, 


n 


Henry S. Meyers, 



Div. 



1. 


3 


days, 


$ 13.15 


2. 


9 


II 


34.52 


6. 


3 


11 


15.00 


8, 


6 


II 


29.59 


9. 


7 


n 


30.68 


11. 


3 


n 


13.15 


11. 


21 


II 


92.04 


14, 


26 


II 


113.95 


14, 


3 


II 


14.79 


16. 


3 


II 


11.50 


19, 


3 


II 


13.15 



1381.52 



1187 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, SEPT3MBER 4, I919. Concluded, 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending September 4, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

Station House Matrons, 

House of Detention, 

Total, 



$53,797.38 

626.09 

566.70 

63.85 

199'4-2 

$55,253.44 



Attest: 



Chief ClJi^. 3 



1188 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, September 5. 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The application of Daniel F. McCarthy, 68 Murdock street, 
Brighton, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #17 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Daniel F. McCarthy for a license 
#165,695 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at ^7 
Murdock street, Brighton, was granted for the year ending June 30. 
1920. 



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

Lynn Cadet Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
William H. Oakes, 59 High street, Gharlestown, - to parade with the 
Odd Fellows on Sunday, September 7i current, at 12 m. 

Route; From 350 Atlantic avenue to Dewey square. Summer, 
Winter, Tremont Park, Beacon and Clarendon streets to Commonwealth 
avenue. 

Teel's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by William 
H. Oakea, 59 High street, Charlestown, - to parade with the Odd 
Fellows on Sunday, September 7. current, at 12. 30 p. m. 

Route: Form at Tremont and Berkeley streets to Berkeley street 
and Commonwealth avenue. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1919. 



Contd. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Salem Light Infantry Band, consisting of twenty-four musicians, 
by George W. Blinn, 17 Pleasant street, Salem, - to parade with the 
Winslow Lewis Coramandery #l8. Knights Templar, on Sunday, September 
7, current, at 5«20 p. m. , and Sunday, September 14, current, 
at 4.20 p. m. 

Route: Sunday, September 7 - From the North Station thence via 
Canal street to Washington and Summer streets to the South Station; 
Sunday, September 14, - From the South Station thence via Summer 
Washington and Canal streets to the North Station. 

Roger F. Scannell Jr., 70O Huntington avenue, - one cornetiat 
to play in front of Faneuil Hall on Friday, September 5i current, 
from 12 m. to 1 p. m. 



xl89 



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. 



Campbell, 

Drayton, 

Fowler, 

Mosley, 

Stewart, 

Sandbrook, 



Geer, 



Sylvester D. 
Frank 0. 
Henry B. 
Beecher 
Jesse L. 
A. 

approved by P. 
Chandler & 
Russell P. 
approved by G. 



20 Oakley st. , D. D. , 
60 Lexington st., Belmont, 
167 Sycamore st., Ros. , 

72 Bowdoin st., 
336 Cambridge st., B. D. , 
Ab Brook St., Brookline, 
Alex Chandler, President, 
Farquhar Company, 

135 Ocean st. , Lynn, 
R. Baker, Baker, Ayling & Young. 



On the application of Hornblower & Weeks by H. N. Sweet, 
Partner, the following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for duty in and about the premises #60 Congress street for 
the year ending March 31, 1920. 



Brown, 
Dewar , 
Ellis, 

Hill, 

Lewis, 

McGann, 



Percy W. 
Duncan H, 
William V. 
William K. 
Luman B. 
John M. 



Middle ton, 

Morse, 

Moulton, 

Murray, 

O'Brien, 

Palmer , 



Nathan A. 
Edward W. 
John B. 
Peter S. 
Edward M. 
Harry M. 



Jr. 



1190 



BOSTOU, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, I919. 



Contd. 



The following named persons appeared and niade oath to 
faithfully and impartialli' perform all the duties incumtent on 
them as special police officers. 



Appointed September 2, 19iy. 



Allen, 

Ames, 

Anderson, 

Bachelder, 

Barnes, 

Barrett, 

Bartlett, 

Bates, 

Batten, 

Beattie, 

Bennett, 

Blake, 

Bolton, 

Breau, 

Bulger, 

Campbell , 

Canning, 

Chick, 

Conley, 

Cotton, 

Dyer, 

Eldredge, 

Fisher, 

Garrity, 

Gay, 

Gilmore, 

Granfield, 

Green, 

Gregor, 

Hannam, 

Heald, 

Huns on, 

Jewett, 

Johnson, 

Jordan, 

Joyce, 

Kelleher, 

Kerr , 



William H. 
Ralph E. 
Oscar J. 
Joseph C. 
Charles C. 
Edward F. 
Andrew J. 
Kenneth C. 
Harold A. 
George W. 
John H. 
Charles M. 
Llewellyn S. 
Leo J. 
Charles H. 
Homer W. 
Josepl-i P. 
Fred E. 
William 
Charles E. 
Clarence E. 
Josiah E. 
Herbert B. 
Cornelius L. 
Erskine A. 
Aubrey G. 
Edward J, 
John H. 
Edgar A. 
William H. 
Harold A. 
Paul M. 
Arthur C. 
William 
Albert P. 
Joseph P. 
Joseph J. 
Elgin H. 
Woods, 



King. 
Klair, 
Leonard, 
Lockney, 
Lyons, 
Martin, 
Mason, 
McCorry, 
McGee, 
Menzies, 
Miller, 
Morrissey, 
Muller, 
Nado, 
Nilson, 
Papkee, 
Philbin, 
Preston, 
Reilly, 
Remick, 
Rollings, 
Selgman, 
Shaw, 
Silva, 
Small, 
Smith, 
Stiles, 
Strain, 
Swasey, 
Tucker, 
Wakeham, 
Walthers, 
Ward, 
Watt, 
Whitcomb, 
White, 
Whittum, 
Wogan , 
Robert F. 



Austin J. 
Earl E. 
Horace M. 
Thomas F. 
Jeremiah 
Howard A. 
Harry A. 
Thomas 
Phillip 
Hugh 
Byron A. 
John J. 
Frederick M. 
George A. 
Carl E. 
Gustave A. 
Joseph A. 
Howard M. 
Patrick G. 
Herbert C. 
A. Syd. 
Morris 
A. F. 

Francis C. 
Philip C. 
Nelson H. 
Edgar W. 
Albert A. 
George L. 
George D. 
Joseph F. 
Frederick V/. 
Franklin M. 
George A. 
Francis P. 
Harry H. 
H. A. 
Roderick H. 



BOSTON, mi-DAY, SEPTEiaER 5, 1919. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed September 4, 1919« 



Abernethy, 

Atkins, 

Beattie, 

Block, 

Buxton, 

Campbell, 

Cation, 

Cederborg, 

Clark, 

Creighton, 

Davis, 

Dick, 

Drayton, 

Powler, 

Gibbe, 

Gorm8,n , 

Hodges, 

Howard, 



Brown, 
Dewar , 
BlliB, 
Lewie, 

McGann, 



John C. 
John E. 
Norman E. 
Arthur 
Frank Yl. 
Sylvester D. 
Percy 
Emil W. 
Medville L. 
Gordon K. 
Sidney H. 
Alexander 
Prank 0. 
Henry B. 
George E. 
James L. 
Ray D. 
Julius C. 

Wise, 



Johnson, 
Leighton, 
Marshall, 
McLain, 
Mitchell, 
Mosley, 
Patterson, 
Peterson, 
Prendergast, 
Beid, 
Reilly, 
Sandbrook, 
Sanders, 
Slattery , 
Stewart, 
Stover, 
Walkins, 
Weis, 
Samuel F. 



Appointed September 5. 1919. 



Percy W. 
Duncan H. 
V/illiam V. 
Luman B. 
John M. 
Palmer, 



Middleton, 
Morse, 
Moult on, 
Murray, 
O'Brien, 
Harry M. 



Contd. 



1191 



Edward E. 
Mahlon K. 
John R. 
William T. 
Frederick 
Beecher 
John 

Chester A. 
Arthur J. 
James C. 
Charles F. 
Arthur 
Henry A. 
James F. 
Jesse L. 
Lawrington E.J 
John J. 
Julius A. 



r 



Nathan A. 
Edward W. 
John B, 
Peter S. 
Edward M. 



Jr. 



The Wagon Licenses granted to the following named persons 
were cancelled by reason of their having been surrendered :- 



4472 Laurano, Anthony in rear of 

granted July 1, I919. 
1900 Whicker, William in front of 

granted July 1, I919. 



100 Franklin st., 
6 Commercial Wharf, 



1192 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEI/IBER 5, 191^. 



Contd. 



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



Albee, 

Keach, 



Samuel 
Harry R. 



55 Palrmount av., 
226 Tremont st. 



The application of Harry Baron for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at Blue Hill avenue, corner of 
Lawrence avenue was returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
disapproved for the reason that a stand at this location would 
interfere with public travel. 



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

Patrolnan William P. Wills of Division 10, four days, com- 
mencing September 4, current, to attend a conference with attorneys. 

Patrolman John T. Cashin of Division 6, one day, commencing 
September 5. current, to attend the funeral of his uncle. 



The following named patrolmen who were granted leave of 
absence for an indefinite period to enter the service of the United 
States Army or Navy, having been honorably discharged therefrom, 
returned to duty at 5.4-5 P* M. , September 5, l^iy:- 

* Patrolman Thomas J. Burke, Division, 1, granted leave of 
absence April 1, iyi8, to enter the United States Navy. 

Patrolman V/aldo W. Chaffee, Division 4, granted leave of 
absence May 26, lyib, to enter the United States Army. 

•placed on inactive service. 



1193 



BOSTOU, FRIDAY, SEPa^EMBER 5, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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 
N 



Daniel J. Carroll, 
Charles H. Bullock, 
John H. Spratt, 



iv. 


2. 


10 


days, 


1 43. 


^3 


n 


4, 


7 


II 


30. 


68 


)t 


12. 


7 


II 


30. 


68 



1105.19 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



1194 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMIAlSSIOinSR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, September 6, 1919, 



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



il9o 



OFFICE OF THS POLICE COMLIISSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Monday, SepteniToer 8, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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



■J Rft; 



m 



1196 



BOSTON, MOIJIJAY, SEPTEKBER 8, lS*iy. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1^20. 

Hancock st., 
Dodge St., Cambridge, 
K St. , 
115 Chelsea st., C. D. , 

Kensington st., Roxbury. 



526 


Cahill, 


John J. 


21 


2486 


Eaton, 


Vernon P. 


7 


2465 


Flannery, 


Alfred T. 


345 


2119 


Geary, 


John J. 


115 


1806 


Murray, 


Stanley R. 


11 



The application of Peyton L. Cobbins, I82 Braddock Park, 
for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1866 was 
granted. 



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. 



152,55i>' Cahill, John J. 
164,268 Eaton, Vernon R. 
166,156 Murray, Stanley R. 



in a garage at 

MM II « 

II n II II 



119 Portland et. , 
293 Northampton st., 
1926 Columbus av. 



The application of Peyton L. Cobbins for a copy of his 
license #100,744 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 293 Northampton street was granted. 



The application of Melanethon T. Allen for a transfer of 
his license #159,920 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 168 V/arren street, Roxbury, to a garage at 14 Walnut 
avenue, was granted. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1^1 9. 



Contd. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to William Saitz 
on April 30, current, at II76 Tremont street was cancelled by 
reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the business 
of junk shop keeper at that location. 



The application of Israel Lerner for a Junk Shop Keeper's 
License at II76 Tremont street was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920, in place of William Saitz. 



twenty mus 
Collective 
on Monday, 
Route 
Bunker Hil 
North, End 
Cross, and 
Washington 
Hall. 



The application of the Commonwealth Band, consisting of 
icians, by George F. Monahan, 26 Monument avenue, for a 
Musicians' License to parade with the iionahan Associates 



September 8, current, at 6,45 p. 



m. 



was granted. 



From 26 Monument avenue to Monument square, Lexington, 
1 and Chelsea streets. City square, Washington Street 
icott, Cooper, Salem, Prince, Hanover, Pleet, North, 
Hanover streets, ScolJay square, Tremont, School and 
streets, Adams square, and North Market street to Faneuil 



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. 

V/inter st. , 

Tremont st. , 
Lorraine ter., B. D. , 
Bromley pk. , 
Chelmsford st., .Dor., 
Tremont st. , 
Massachusetts av . , 
Dartmouth st., 
Clifford St., Roxbury, 
Tremont St., 
Myrtle st. , 



Brenner, 


David G. 


38 


Crossley , 


Arthur 


151 


Puller, 


Graham 


8 


Griffin, 


Thomas 


34 


Hani oh, 


Patrick J. 


16 


Harrison, 


John J. 


i50-is?3 


Harrison, 


William 


447 


Hickey, 


David J. 


192 


Levine, 


David 


40 


Moody, 


Frank G. 


150-153 


Morgan, 


George E. 


11 



1197 



1198 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTElflBER 8, lyiy. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



McFee, 

Nichols, 

O'Donnell, 

q,uinn. 

Rafter, 

Ripley, 

Sittir.ger, 

Slattery, 

Smith, 

Sprague, 

Tobey, 

Trainor, 

Van Der Meulin, 



Raymond P. 
Will ism 
John F. 
William 
John J. 
Harry H. 
Carl 

Daniel J. 
Charles A. 
Charles 
W. Philip 
James F. 
William E. 



Jr 



151 

150-153 

516 

21 

150-153 
150- 

59 

68 
118 

38 
259 

19 
4 



Tremont st. , 
Tremont st. , 
Talbot av. , 
Circuit St., 
Tremont st. , 
153 Tremont st., 
Delle av., P.oxbury, 
Empire st. , B. D. , 
Glenville av., B. D. , 
Winter st., 
Beacon st . , 
Sudan st. , 
Greenleaf st,, Roxbury. 



The application of Harold L. Morris, 321 Preeport 
street, Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in 
this Commonwealth was rejected. 



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



Officers. 



Batchelder, 

Bulger, 

Carroll, 

Cotton, 

Curran, 

Gaffney, 

Gilpa trick. 

Hat ding, 

Jardine, 

Moore, 

Muir, 

Ward, 



Cheater S. 
John J. 
Prank R. 
Auburn H. 
James J. 
Stephen J. 
George C. 
Fred W. 
Alexander 
Kenneth 
John P. 
George M. 



H. 



Employers. 

Gilchrist Company, 

C. C. Ferris, President, 
413-431 Washington st. , I-I3 
Winter st.. Music Hall pi., & 
Hamilton pi . , 



y^ 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER b, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Of fi cere. Employers. 



1199 



Bremner, 

Griffin, 

Harrison, 

Morgan, 

O'Donnell, 

^uinn, 

Shepard, 

Sittinger, 

Slattery, 

Sprague , 

Burnham, 

Dellamano, 

Economy, 

Rose, 

Stearns, 

Collings, 

Dreieigaker, 

Kiernan, 

Geary , 

O'Brien, 

O'Brien, 

Ryan, 

Thing, 

Crosaley, 

Fuller, 

Hani on, 

Harrison, 

Hickey, 

Levine, 

Moody, 

McFee, 

Ilichols, 

Rafter, 

Ripley, 

Trainor, 



y 



Y 



David G. 
Thomas 
William 
George E. 
John F. 
William 
John Jr. 
Carl 
Daniel J. 

Charles ^ 

Edgar L. 
Machias P. 
Albert G. 
Jesse T. 
Charles H. 
George H. " 
Ralph E. 
Louis C. 
Coleman J. 
Jeremiah P. 
William J. 
Patrick H. 

George E. 

Arthur 
Graham 
Patrick J. 
John J. 
David J. 
David 
Prank G. 
Raymond F. 
William H. 
John J. 
Harry H. Jr, 
James F. 



Shepard Norwell Company, 

John Shepard 3^^, Ass't Sec, 
premises located on Winter st., 
Tremont st. , Temple pi,, & Winter 

pi. 



^ 



V 



R. H. Stearns Company, 

R. E. Maynard, President, 
Trpmont st. & Temple pi. 



Massachusetts Waterways Commission 

John A. Campbell, Swpt., 
Commonwealth Pier and all property 
under control of said commission 



Chandler & Company, Inc., 

Charles F. Bacon, V. Pres., 
150-153 Tremont st., 30 V/est 8t» 
& 31-41 West St., 



1200 



BOSTON , MONDAY, SEPTEMBEK 8, 19iy. Concluded. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the j'ear ending June ^0, 1920. 



Division 10. 



6848 Gideons Express 
2349 Milton, Norman 



in front of 989 Tremont st., 
II II II 1320 " " 



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



Officers. 



Edmunds, 
Shepard, 



D. D. 
John Jr. 



Appointed. 

August 26, 1919, 
September 8, I919. 



Attest: 



Chief CleM^X 



1201 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOlflER. 
29 Pemberton equare. 



Boston, Tuesdai-, September 9, 1919. 



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



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
TBealth on the application of Ulisse Cianca et al for a charter as 
The William Marconi Italian Club of Readville for promoting the 
welfare of persons who are Italians or of Italian extraction, 
encouraging and aiding those who may be aliens to become American 
citizens, and providing and maintaining a suitable place for social 
meetings of its members; to be located at I838 River street, Hyde 
Park. 



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



24-87 
755 



Greeley, 
Shuman , 



Henry I. 
AbrsJiam 



28 Worthington St., 
361 Washington st. , Hewton, 



The application of Frank H. Wotton for a license #146,457 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 20 Aberdeen 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



1202 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of Mark S. Reinstein, 19 Sagamore avenue, 
Winthrop, for a Collective Musicians' License for three musicians, 
to parade with the Citizens' League, for the purpose of announcing 
a mass meeting to be held at Faneuil Hall regarding "Reduction of 
Food, Taxes, etc.," on Thursday, September 11, current, from 10 
a. m. to 7*30 P« "!• . was granted. 

Route: Through principal streets of the City proper, excluding 
Tremont and Washington streets from Northampton street. North. 



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. 

E, Broadway, 
King St. , Dor. , 
Butler av. , E. B. , 
Y/. Newton st.. 
Congress st., 
State St., 
Franklin st. , 
Poplar St. , Ros. , 
Mapleton st., B. D. , 
Cottage St., E. B., 
Atherton st. , Roxbury, 
Washington st. , 
Bayswater St., E. B., 
N St., 

Boylston St., 
Tonawanda St., 
Boylston st. , 
Broadway, 

Faneuil Hall Market, 
Nixon St., Ashmont, 
Devens st. , 
Bromf ield st. , 
Tremont St., 
Carruth st., D. D. , 
Winter st., 
Washington s t. , 
State St., 
V/. Concord st.. 



Adams , 


John H. 


884 


Adams , 


Joseph F. 


70 


Arthur, 


Joseph L. 


60 


Atherton, 


Saber H. 


60 


Aubens, 


John F. Jr. 


35 


Bancruft, 


Willis G. 


53 


Barber, 


Guy W. 


43 


Batchelder, 


Chester L. 


137 


Bennett, 


Frederick W. 


39 


Berner, 


John J. 


17 


Biewend, 


A. Albert 


41 


Bill, 


Orlo J. 


651 


Bowen, 


Enos E. 


29 


Brodie, 


Maurice F. 


52 


Buker, 


Winthrop L. 


420 


Bulger, 


John J. 


98 


Campbell, 


John 


39 


Campbell, 


Robert 


239 


Card, 


Fred S. 


128 


Carroll, 


Frank R. 


12 


Carroll, 


William J. 


29 


Clapp, 


Josejjh L. 


32 


Coles, 


George 


335 


Collins, 


Peter A. 


40 


Cook, 


Arthur D. 


24 


Cotton, 


Auburn H. H. 


417 


Creelman, 


Ralph 0. 


53 


Crowther, 


Lloyd M. 


138 



1203 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Curran, 


James J. 


757 


Coliimbia rd. , 


Dal ton. 


Edmund G. 


cor. 


Webster & Mill sts. 1 


Danforth, 


Leo P. 


28 


Bickerstaff st. , 


Danielsqn, 


Erail J. 


25 


Mellen st. , Dor. , 


Davis, 


William F. 


44 


Robinson st. , Dor. , 


Devlin, 


James F. 


11 


Menlo St. , B. D. , 


Dodd, 


Richard F. 


27 


"A" Oakwood st., D. I 


Dudley, 


Harr^; W. 


60 


State St. , 


Edeon, 


Frank L. 


148 


State St., 


Egan, 


Edward J. 


33 


Summer st. , 


Emery, 


Louis H. 


20 


Woodford St. , Roxburj 


Farrington, 


Earl C. 


30 


Winter st., 


Finley, 


John 


156 


Eeponset av. , 


Fitts, 


Hugh 


28 


Arcadia st. , Dor. , 


Fitzgerald, 


Richard F. 


43 


Franklin st. , 


Gaffney, 


Stephen J. 


73 


Adams st.. Dor., 


Gay ton, 


Harry B. 


33 


Summer st.. 


Gieringer, 


Eugene H. 


16 


Preston rd. , W. R. , 


Gilroan, 


Arthur L. 


501 


Washington st. , 


Godfrey, 


Albert K. 


3 


Howell St., Dor., 


Hacker, 


Albert J. 


170 


W. Canton st. , 


Ham, 


Everett A. 


B3 


Tonawanda st. , 


Harding, 


Fred W. 


24 


Haviland St., 


Harvey, 


Earle B. 


416 


Talbot av. , D. D. , 


Hayford, 


Lugene J. 


98 


Taylor st., Neponset, 


Heinen 


C. L. 


813 


Beacon s t. , 


Hill. 


Frank H. 


10 


Merlin st. , 


Hoerger, 


Orrie E. 


851 Boylston st. , 


Holloran. 


William J. 


92 


Erookline av. , 


Hood, 


Charles 


14 


Sav oy St., 


Hughes, 


Thomas 


692 


Huntington av. , 


Humor , 


Arthur J. 


95 


Summer st.. 


Jardine, 


Alexander J. 


34 


Rosedale st. , Dor. , 


Jewell, 


Pliny 


60 


State St., 


Johnson, 


Samuel 


33 


Summer st.. 


Kent, 


John W. 


128 


Boston St. , 


Keyes, 


George R. 


33 


Summer st. , 


Kneeland, 


Howard F. 


43 


Franklin st. , 


Lawler, 


Joseph 


273 


"A" Dudley St., 


Leavitt, 


Frank S. 


417 


Washington st. , 


Lee, 


Maurice H. 


384 Washington st.. 


Long, 


Denis 


770 


Broadway, 


Love joy. 


Ernest F. 384 


& 651 Washington st. , 


Lyman, 


George H. Jr. 


351 


Commonwealth av.. 



E. 



1201 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Lynch, 


Patrick J. 


238 


Metropolitan av . , 


Macdonald, 


E. H. 


132 


High St. , C. D. , 


Mackay, 


Odian C. 


135 Algonquin rd.. 


MacKenzie, 


Charles E. 


16 


Francis st., Roxbury, 


Mackie, 


Alexander S. 


60 


Congress st.. 


Mc(iuin, 


Harold J. 


239 


Sumner st., E. B. , 


Maguire, 


John E, 


43 


Franklin st. , 


Mathews, 


Harry E. 


90 


E. Cottage St., 


Mitchell, 


Frank A. 


35-49 


Federal St., 


Moore, 


Kenneth 


30 


E. Cottage St., 


Morse, 


George P. jr. 


Bird 


House, Franklin Park, 


Muir, 


John P. 


417 


Washington st. , 


Murphy, 


James J. 


18 


Wilbur St., Dor,, 


Nardini, 


Amelio p. 


1280 


Washington st. , 


Needhaiti, 


Clarence 


146 


Boylston st.. 


Newell, 


Clinton L. 


50 


State St., 


Niall, 


Thomas 


45 


Crescent av.. Dor,, 


Nixon, 


John 


4 


Glenway st. , Dor. , 


O'Connor, 


William 


53 


E. Concord st,. 


O'Neill, 


Nathan l?. 


5 Kensington pk. , 


Parker, 


Charles H. 


39 Boylston st, , 


Patterson, 


Samuel F, 


340 


Washington st. , 


Payson, 


Perley J. 


80 


Mascot St., 


penton. 


Harry W. 


573 


Cambridge st., B. D. , 


Pirie, 


James 


33 


Summer st. , 


Powers, 


John 


44 


Montgomery st.. 


Pearson, 


Gustave 


38 


Ivy St. , 


Riley, 


Charles A. 


1267 


Commonwealth av.. 


Roberts, 


Harold N. 


3^ 


Worcester st. , 


Robinson, 


Maxwell H. 


48 


Ivy St. , 


Roby. 


J. Leon 


Symi>hony 


Hall, Huntington av.. 


Soule, 


William K. 


57 


Clifton St. , Dor. , 


Selig. 


Morris 


183 


Strathraore rd., 


Shedd, 


James A. 


266 


Brookline av. , 


Shepard, 


John Jr. 


26 


Winter st.. 


Smith, 


Charles M. 


239 


Sumner st. , E. B. , 


Smith, 


Lester L. 


9 


Knapp St. , 


Sullivan, 


Cornelius J. 


7 


Mayfield St., 


Talbot, 


Robert A. 


384 Washington st., 


Trask, 


Ralph L. 


14 


Linwood St. , H. P. , 


Turner, 


Frank E. 


51 


(^ueensberry st., 


Waiss, 


Arthur 


9 


Glendale ter., Brighton 


Walsh, 


Frank E. 


34 


Appleton St., 


Walsh, 


William H. 


19 


"A" Asticou rd.. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Warner, 

Watson, 

welsh, 

Wheeler, 

Wheeler, 

Wiggin, 

V/ood, 



George E. 
Charles H. 
John F. 
Penv/ick S. 
F. H. 
Ralph L. 
James L. 



53 State St. , 
4 Romar ter., Roxbury, 
520 Sumner st., E. B., 

43 Franklin at. , 
199 Washington St., 

75 Westland av. , 

26 Colberg av., Roslindale. 



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



1205 



Officers. 



Adams , 



Alden, 

fiogan, 

McNeil, 

Alexander, 

Barber, 

Doody, 

Peeley, 

Grindley, 

Gurry, 

House, 

Maguire, 

Morrissey, 

Murphy , 

Wheeler, 

Crane, 

Allen. 

Amsbury, 

Bacon, 

Burns, 

Cobb, 

Hughes, 

Andrews, 



Joseph F. 



George D. 
John P. 
William 
Clifford G. 
Guy W. 
Edward P. 
James J. 
James J. 
William J. 
Theodore W. 
John E. 
James H. 0. 
Edward H. 
Fenwick E. 
Frank ]^ 
prince A) 

Joseph H. ~ 
Herbert M. 
Hubert E. 
Standley T. 
Bartholomew 
A. R. ~ 



Employers. 

Hub Trust Company, 

Frank J. Carens, Treasurer, 
28 Treraont st., & 30 Court sq. 

Franklin Savings Bank, 
George D. Alden, Ass't 
Treas. , 6 Park sq. , 

American Railway Ex. Company 
W. A. Morris, Supt., 
premises leased by said com- 
pany at North Station, South 
Station, 43 Franklin st. , I90 
Portland st. , 791 Treraont st., 
343 Congress st., 30 Dorchester 
av., cor. of Compton, Albion & 
Village streets. 



The Merchants National Bank, 

E. A. James, Ass't Cashier, 
28 State St., 
The Provident Institution for 
, Savings, Henry Parkman, Treas., 
36 Temple pi. , 



J. 



N. J. Bartlett & Company, 
Nathaniel E. Bartlett, 
2ti Cornhill, 



1206 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTELIBER 9, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - oontd. 



Officers, 



Avery, 

Bjaklund, 

Cottam, 

Cullen, 

Eilertaon, 

Leehan , 

MagnuBon, 

Smith, 

Smith, 

Tennyson, 

Baker, 

Catharin, 

Chur ch , 

Eddy, 

Everett, 

Pitz. 

Grandraont, 

Hindi, 

King, 

Smi th , 

Squires, 

Beeler, 

Collins, 

Hitchings, 

Hunt, 

Stratton, 

Behr, 

Campbell, 



Bell, 

Gonant, 

Eaton, 

Ferguson, 

Hanson, 

Levangie, 

Stark, 

Thorup, 

Berner, 

Mackay, 

Mc'^uin, 

Smith, 

Soule, 

Welsh, 



Charles H. 
J Chan W. 
William D. 
Patrick J. 
Olaf S. 
Patrick J. 
Gustaf 
Clarence C. 
Horatio L. 
Theodore A^ 
Louis 
Seward R. 
William R. 
Stephen M. 
William M. 
Prank A. 
Arthur W. 
Ludwig 
John H. 
Prank E. 

James 0. 

Myrton F. 
Charles D. 
Roy A. 
Waldo M. 

Charles 

Carl Jr 
Charles 



Employers. 

A. J. Tower Company, 

Ralph G. Kilmer, Mgr., 
Simmons st., Roxbury, 



The Raymond Syndicate, 

P. I. Dorr, President, 
352-362 Washington St., 



:.} 



George H. Jr 
Roger B. 
John H. Jr. 
Prank T. 
Henry D. 
William G. 
Eldon E. 
Sheridan J^^__ 
John J. 
0. C. 
Harold J. 
Charles M. 
William K. 
John P. 



p- 



The Merchants National Bank, 
E. A. James, Ass't Cashier, 
28 School St. , 



R. H. Stearns Company, 

R. N. Maynard, President, 
140 Treraont st. , & 100-10? 

Arch St., 
Boston Safe Deposit & Trust 
Charles E. Rogerson, Pres. 
100 Franklin st., & 201 
Devonshire st 



Co 



Boston Terminal Refrigerating 
0. C. Mackay, Manager, 
239 Sumner st., E. B. , 



Co. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Bill, 

Carroll, 

Heiner, 

Holloran, 

Lee, 

Love joy, 

Talbot. 

Boardinan, 

Houghton, 

Sargent, 

Wilson, 

Brennan, 

Chase, 

Keen, 

Brink, 

Campbell, 

Coffey, 

Donoghue, 

Donovan, 

Driscoll, 

Luft, 

Miskell, 

O'Brien, 

Parry, 

Stirling, 

Callahan, 

Eldridge, 

Hume s , 

Langley, 

Nep tune , 

Pennell , 

Whitney, 

Brown, 

Houston, 

McGinnis, 

Moran , 

Nelson, 

Pall, 

Stewart, 

Tinker, 



Orlo J. 
William J. 

C. L. 

William J. 
Maurice H. 
Ernest P. 
Robert A. 
Arthur FTI 
William E. 
Guy H. 
George Jt_ 

John W. 
Lucius W. 
Edgar F. 

William E. 
John M. 
Matthew J. 

D. P. 
Frank J. 
John J. 
Alexander 
Martin 
James 
Charles H. 

William 

Thomas F. 
William H. 
Randolph A, 
Edwin A. 
Richard K. 
Silas 

Edward J. _ 
John P. 
Linwood N. 
Patrick J. 
Thomas P. 
John C. 
Frank 

William J. 
Henry W. 



Freeland-Loomis Company, Prop. , 

Ernest F. Lovejoy, Vice Pres. 
651-657 Washington st., dc 18 
Boylston at., & 384 Washington 

St. , 



The Christian Science Board of 
Directors, L. C. Warren, Sec, 
presmises located on Norway, 
Falmouth & St. Paul sts. , & 
Huntington av. , 
H. W. Johns-Manville Company, 

H. D. Castle, Secretary, 
55-61 High St., & 237-239 

Purchase st., 
Timothy Smith Company, 

George W. Vinol, President, 
premises at corner of Washington 
& Vernon streets. 



C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agent, 
Minot Building, 105-113 Devon- 
shire St., Shawmut Bank Building, 
^ 82 Devonshire St., 40 Water st. & 
55 Congress st., 83-89 Devonshire 
St., 53-55 Franklin st. , 

Q,uincy Market Cold Storage & Ware- 
house Co., H. W. Tinker, Ass't Mgr 
133 Commercial St., T and Consti- 

" tution Wharves & premises on 

Eastern av. , 



1207 



1208 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER ^, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Burnhara, 

Chapin, 

Fecitt, 

Graham, 

Howe, 

Kidder, 

Lyons, 

Maguire, 

Totman, 

Willis, 

Wins or, 

Burns, 



Burns, 



Campbell, 



Carter, 

Gage, 

Cary, 



Frederic M. 
John R. 
John H. 
Prank E. 
William P. 
Henry P. 
Doran S. 
Peter P. 
Joseph W. 
Harlon P. 
Robert Jr. 
John 



William J. 



Nelson L. 



Kidder, Peabody & Company, 
115 Devonshire st.. 



T' 



Lyo 
Dan 
Albert 



iel R) 



S. 



Coles, 



Conlcey, 

Daly, 

Howard, 

LittlHfield, 

Mc(^ueeney, 

Slavin, 

Smar t , 

Thresher, 

Connor, 



Cotter, 
Dickey, 
Hanyss, 
O'Connor, 



George 



William W. 
Carroll E. 
Frederick 
Aaron H. 
Henry J. 
Charles A. 
David H. 

Frank J. 

Horace 



James J. 
Wesley F. 
W. Carl 
Thomas L. 



Lessees, 



Agent, 



C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agent, 
for Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, 64-70 Franklin st.. 
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston 
C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agent, 
95 Milk St., 
Model Typewriter Inspection Co., 
H. C. Gillies, Manager, 
164 Devonshire st. , 
Estabrook & Co. 
15 State St. 
Beattie & McGuire, 
by M. J. McGuire, 
29 Temple pi. , 
C. W. Whittier & Bro. , 
Rice Building, 
2-20 High St., 
Thresher Brothers, 

by C. H. Thresher, 
11-15-17 & 19 Temple pi., & 
39-41 West St., 



Daniel F. Chaisson, Manager, 
Armour & Company, 
6 Fulton St. , 
F. P. O'Connor Company, 

Francis P. O'Connor, Pres. , 
157-Tremont St., & 25 Mason st. 



1209 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 
Daniels, Alanaon L. 
Danielsen, Alfred A. 



Davis, 



Dav i s , 



Dolloph, 

Donahoe, 

Kinball, 

Tirmaerman, 

Dudley, 

Holbrook, 

Jewell, 

Lyman, 

Fairbanks, 

Goodale, 

Finlay, 



Pohlin, 



Poster, 

Green, 

MacDonald, 

Newell, 

Sullivan, 

Young, 

Friary, 

Myers, 

Tingley, 

Gallagher, 



Walter M. 



William F. 



Gilbert 0. 
Ernest L. 
Earl A. 
Frank Jr. 
Harry W. 
Donald 
Pliny 

George H. Jr 
Stephe 
Charle 



m ) 

58 J] 



John 



Charles L. 



Carl A. C. 
John F. 
Edward N. 
Clinton L. 
Edward J. 
LeRoy M. 
peter Jr. 
James P. 
G. Curtis 
John D. 



Employers. 



Fred H. Williams, Trustee, 
6o Congress St., 
Hyde vnieeler Company, 

A. J. Halligan, President, 
39-41 Commercial St., 
Charlesbank Homes, 
Mrs. D. M. Astrim, Supt. , 
333-3-*^ Charles st., & 112- 
llo Poplar St. , I 
Hub Trust Company, 

Frank J. Car ens, Treasurer, ' 
28 Tremont st., & 30 Court sq.,, 
American Glue Company, 

King Upton, President, 
premises at the corner of Beverly 
& Causeway sts. , 
Coffin Sc Burr, Inc. , 
60 State St. , 



Parkinson & Burr, 

J. W. Wheeler, Partner, 
53 State St., Rooms 29 & 30 
C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agents, 

Shawmut Bank Building, 
82 Deonshire st. , 40 Water st.& 
55 Congress st., 
T. H. Wheeler Company, 

L. B. Noyes, President, 
Clinton Market, 

93-101 Clinton st., 
American Trust Company, 

W. F. Glidden, Treasurer, 
40-50 State St., & City sq. , 



Blodgett, Ordway & Webber, 
F. S. Blodgett, Partner, , 
100 Kingston st., 
Boston Insurance Company, 

William R. Hedge, President, 
87 Kilby St. , 



1210 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEiffiER 9, 19 19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - continued. 

Officers. Employers. 



Hacker, 

Hayes, 
Pettee, 

Hays, 
Seaverns, 

Jobin, 

Johnson, 

Jones, 

Kent, 

Meehan, 

Mitchell, 

Montgomery, 

Nardini, 

Niali, 

Roberts, 

Robertson, 
Smith, 



Norman H. 
George 



\ 



Arthur W 
Charles E 

Theodore 



a 



Albert J. C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agents, 

The Federal Reserve Bank, 
95 Milk St., 
D. C. Percival & Co., Inc., 
E. E. Hardy, V. Pres., 
373 Washington st. , 
Jamaica Plain Trust Company, 
Theodore C. Gates, Treasurer, 
677 Centre st., 

D. R. ilmerson Company, 
T. Grafton Abbott, Treasurer, 

35 Temple pi. , 

E. T. Slattery Company, 
A. W. Payne, V. President, 

154-156 Tremont St., 
D. R. Emerson Company, 

T. Grafton Abbott, Treas., 
35 Temple pi. , 
C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agents, 
Minot Building, 

105-113 Devonshire st., 
Samuel Eliot, Agent, 
Nottingham Building, 
25 Huntington av., 
Amory Eliot, Agent, 
John Hancock Building, 
200 Devonshire st.. 
Institutions for Savings In Roxbury 
its Vicinity, Henry West., Treas,, 
2343 Washington st., 
Amedeo P. Nardini, 
1280 Washington at., 
Amory Eliot, Trustee, Board of 
e Building, 131 State st., 
C. W. Whittier & Bro., Agent, 

William Lawrence Building, 
83-89 Devonshire st., 
James W. Armour & Company, C. E. Jacobs, 

Acting Mgr., 107-111 Clinton Market, 
Henry C. Hanover Trust Company, 

James E. Farrell, Vice Pres., 
262 Washington st. , 



J. Chester 
Elmer J. 
John W. 
Lawrence 
Prank A. 
George H. 

Amedeo P. 

Thomas 

Trad 
Harold N. 



& 



1211 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER ^, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 

Officers. Employers. 



Soukikian, 

Thompson, 
Wheeler, 



Missak K. Missak K. Soukikian, Prop. , 

Oriental Rug Cleansing & 
Repairing V/orks, | 
1102 Boylston st. , ! 
Albert L. Institution for Savings, Roxbury & 
its Vicinity, Henry West, Treas., 
2343 Washington st., 1 

John F. Walter H. Turner, Agent, I 

Silas Pierce Estate, 

137. 147. 175. 177. 179 & 181 
Vernon st, , 72, 70, 68 & 66 Hamp- 
shire St., 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 Salvis- 
burg av., 9, 15. 17, 19. 21 & 23 
Downing st., 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 
14 & 16 Old Whittier st.. 



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



Avery, 

Baker, 

Beruer, 

Bjaklund, 

Brink, 

Brown, 

Campbell, 

Gary, 

Catharin, 

Church, 

Coffey, 

Cottara, 

Cullen, 

DeGrandmont, 

Donoghue, 

Donovan, 

Driscoll, 



Charles H. 
Louis 
John J. 
Johan W. 
William E. 
John P. 
John M. 
Albert S. 
Seward R. 
William R. 
Matthew J. 
William D. 
Patrick J. 
Arthur W. 
D. F. 
Prank J. 
John J. 



Luft, 

Mackay 
llagnuson, 
McGinnis, 
McQ,uinn, 
Miskell, 
Moran, 
Myers, 
Nelson, 
O'Brien, 
Pall, 
Parry, 
Srai th , 
Smi th , 
Smi th , 
Smith, 
Soule, 



Alexander 
,0. C. 
Gustaf 
Patrick J. 
Harold J. 
Martin 
Thomas P. 
James P. 
John C. 
James 
Prank 
Charles H. 
Charles M. 
Clarence C. 
Frank E. 
Horatio L. 
William K. 



1212 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 



Eddy, 

Eilertson, 

Everett, 

Fitz, 

Hindi, 

Houston, 

King, 

Leehan, 



Gallagher, 



Stephen M. 
Olaf S. 
William M. 
Frank A. 
Ludwig 
Linwood IT. 
John H. 
Patrick J. 



Squire, 

Stewart, 

Stirling, 

Tennyson, 

Tingley, 

Tinker, 

Welsh, 

Wheeler. 



Appointed August 29, I919. 
Mark E. Strauss, 



Janes 0. 
William J. 
William 
Theodore H. 
G. Curtis 
Henry W. 
John F. 
John F. 



Leon 



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

Division 10. 

6850 Meltzer, Myer in front of 1283 Tremont st. 

Division 16. 

6851 Connors Sc Coughlin in front of 204 Berkeley st. 



The Wagon License #6761 granted to Salvatore Zarba on 
August 11, 1919> to locate in front of 53^ Hanover street was 
cancelled by reason of the license having been surrendered. 



The application of Captain Joseph Harriman of Division I3 
for permission to take up voluntary contributions to assist Patrol- 
man John J. Darcy of Division 13 who has been sick and unable to 
perform duty for the past five months was granted. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



1213 



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



Patrolman Edward A, Dever of Divis 
September 7i current, on account of the 

Patrolman John J. Enright of Divis 
September 8, current, on account of the 

Lieutenant Joseph F. Hurley of Div 
ing September 7. current, on account of 

Patrolman Thomas P. Quinn of Divis 
September 8, current, on account of the 

Patrolman Thomas York of Division 
September 7. current, on account of the 



ion 2, three 

death of his 
ion 1, three 

death of his 
ision 1, thre 

the death of 
ion 7, three 

death of his 
7, three days 

death of his 



days, commencing 

brother, 
days, commencing 

brother. 
e days, commenc- 

his father, 
days, commencing 

mother. 
, commencing 

sister. 



The application of Patrolman David J. Redmond of Division 
l6 to be reimbursed in the sura of Three (3) Dollars, being the 
amount of a doctor's bill for professional services rendered on 
account of being overcome by the heat while performing crossing 
duty on August 4, current, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Arthur P. Shea of Division 
10 to be reimbursed in the sum of Ten (lo) Dollars, being the 
amount paid for medical examination of right hand which was injured 
by a bullet on May 1, current, was granted. 



The application of Patrolman William A. Moore of Division 
14 to be reimbursed in the sum of Two (2) Dollars, being the cost 
for repairs to his uniform coat, which was damaged while making an 
arrest on July 12, 1919. was granted. 



1214 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1919. 



Concluded. 



Ttie applications of the followinj^amed persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved:- 



DeMaggio, Louis 
Greenbaum, Noah 
Invisible Textile Mending Co. 
Schwachman, Sam 
Vasalazo, Prank 
Waxer, Samuel J. 



38 Wall St., 
176 Chelsea st. , 
278 Boylston St. , 
1424 Tremont st., 
26-27 Dock sq. , 
1991 Washington st. 



Attest; 



Cleijl5_j^_^ 



Chief Clei 



1215 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOUER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, September 10, 1919. 



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



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill fifty vacancies in the 
position of Patrolman with pay at the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) 
Dollars per annum, and for the application and examination papers 
and police reports of such persons. 



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



134 Doerfler, 
1751 Killion, 
2488 Leach, 



Herbert A. 
James Jr. 
Willis H. 



30 Milton av. , D. D. , 
35 High St. , D. D. , 
9 Beacon st. , H. P. 



The application of the Terminal Garage Incorporated, for 
a license #01384B to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage 
at 65 Zeigler street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Rass Larsen for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 41 Peterborough street was rejected. 



1216 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I9I9. Contd. 



The application of William E. Farrell for a Wagon 
License #2362 to locate in front of 27 Charles street, Dorchester, 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Francis J. O'Neil of Division 
16 to be reimbursed in the sum of Eighteen (I8) Dollars, being the 
amount of a doctor's bill for services rendered on account of 
injuries to his eyes received while charging department batteries 
on August 12, current, was granted. 



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



Augustus, 
Co standi no, 
Ferrera, 
Vernon, 



William 
Apo stoles 
James 
Ida 



179 Court St., 
35 "A" Hancock st. , 
33 Cottage St. , 
12-14 Cotting St. 



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



Abraham, 

Abran, 

Ackerman, 

Acquavia, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams , 

Aivazian, 

Alden, 

Allchin, 

Alden, 



Abdallah 
Alton 
William M. 
Romeo 
George S. 
Martin E. 
Roger R. 
C. M. 
Arthur W. 
H. T. 
Howard C. 



53 Oak St. , 

81 Lucerne st., D. D. , 

84 State St., 
137 Washington st., 

53 State St., Room 207, 
435 Columbia rd. , 
626 Commonwealth av . , 

25 Aster St. , 
232 Fairmount av., H. P., 

49 Oakview ter., J. P., 

40 Water st. , 



1217 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Gontd. 



Revolver Licenses 


Granted - contd. 






Allen, 


George L. 


1 


Cordis St. , C. D. , 


Anderson, 


John A. 


cor. 


Temple pi. & Washington 

St., 

Broad st. , 


Anderson, 


William 


15 


Andreoly, 


Italo 


18 


Marshall st., 


Andrews, 


Harold V. 


1083 


Boylston St. , 


Andrews, 


Saul 


36 


Otis St., 


Apper, 


Morris 


82 


Holworthy st. , 


Apple ton. 


William E. 


26 


Cedar pk., Koxbury, 


Arling, 


Charles E. 


45 


Milk St., 


Aston, 


Frank Y/. 


40 


Water st., 


Atwood, 


Robert F. 


90 


Worcester st.. 


Avery, 


George W. 


166 


Huntington av. , 


Ashley, 


Robert P. 


245 


State St. , 


Atwood, 


Joshua 


100 


Washington st. , B. D. , 


Ayres, 


I. H. 


14 


Congress st.. 


Bacon, 


E. K. 


19 


Payette st.. 


Badger, 


Erastus B. 


75 


Pitts St. , 


Eakup, 


Edward H. 


33 


Congress St., 


Baker, 


Henry D. W. 


118 


Princeton st. , 


Baker, 


Mrs. Walter F. 


16 


Sidlaw rd. , B. D. , 


Bal ch , 


Frederick P. 


12 


Dana ter., Watertown, 


Ballon, 


Harry B. 


73-75 


So. Market et. , 


Bancroft, 


Charles G. 


45 


Milk St., 


Barbour, 


William A. 


113 


Florence st. , Ros. , 


Barker, 


Forrest M, 


148 


Hemenway t?t., 


Barker, 


Leroy S. 


73 


Mountain av., D. D. , 


Barker, 


Richard F. 


26 


Glenarra st. , D. D. , 


Barnes, 


J. Stanley 


33 


Magnolia st. Arlington, 


Barr, 


Harry V. 


115 


Summer st., 


Bates, 


Charles A. 


14 


Merrill st.. 


Bates, 


F. K. 


82 


St. James av. , 


Bates, 


Royal 


24 


Worthington st. , 


Beal, 


Benjamin F. 


1049 


Beacon st., 


Beal, 


Julius 


1287 


Commonweal th av . , 


Bean, 


William K. 


60 


State St., 


Bearse, 


Theodore E. 


30 


Buckminster st. , 


Beatty, 


John P. 


57 


Cambridge st.. 


Beck, 


Samuel 


113 


Crawford st. , 


Beckerman, 


Max 


929 


Blue HilJ av. , 


Bedigan, 


Michael H. 


415 


Columbus av. , 


Beebe, 


John H. Jr. 


129 


South St. , 


Beebe, 


Junius 0. 


96 


Bay State rd. , 


Beebe, 


Stuart 


129 


South St., 



1218 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Behr, 

Bell, 

Bell, 

Eehnke, 

Belson, 

Bennett, 

Bennett, 

Bence, 

Bennett, 

Benzie, 

Bergen, 

Berkoreky, 

Berkowitch, 

Eernson, 

Berry, 

Berry, , 

Bettinson, 

Biester, 

Biggio, 

Billinge, 

Bisbee, 

Eiahop, 

Bishop, 

Elackwell, 

Blake, 

Elodgett, 

Blodgett, 

Blodgett, 

Bock, 

Bond, 

Boonier, 

Bowdy, 

Bowen, 

Eowen, 

Bowman, 

Brackett, 

Brackett, 

Brady, 

Brawley, 

Buck, 

Buck man, 

Buckii«n, 

Ere nan, 

Erennan, 

Br en nan, 



Carl Jr. 140 

George H. 520 

Ralph S. 19 

Herbert L. 60 

David 27 

Frank T. 555 

Fred 800 

William 3 

Frederick ^. ^9 

George 84 

William J. 52 

Simon 35 

Philip 114 

Bob 88^ 

Bernard M. 30-38 

Walter J. cor. 

Alba W. 96 

Ernest L. 40 

Andrew A. 7 

Myron K. 210 

Ernest S. '^'Jl 

Clifford M. 5^ 

Paul 68 

Francis X. 107 

Charles C. 20 

Frederick S, 79 

Leon E. 46 

Kenneth G. 73c 

Jacob 17 

Perley S. 72 

Alton E. 75 

Albert H. 1571 

A. Russell 40 

Patrick 10 

Frank A. 141 

Charles S. 59 

C. Henry B. 51 

T. J. 177 

Anthony T. 46 

Luther A. 51 

Leo H. 42 

Sydney 38 

Stewart E. 52 

Charles R. 95 

John W. 36 



Tremont st. , 

Beacon st. , 

Old Harbor st., 

State St., 

School St., 

Atlantic av. , 

E. First St. , 

Kingsdale st. , Dor., 

Mapleton et., B. D. , 

State St. , 

Maxfield St., W. R. , 

Winter st. , 

Devon st., Roxbury, 



Massachusetts 
School St., 
Dale & Poplar 
Appleton St. , 
Water st. , 
Dexter st. , 
Chestnut Hill 
Tremont st.. 
Beacon st. , 
Terrace St., 



av. , Camb. 



St., Rofl. 



av. 



Brook av. , D. 



Roxbury, 

Franklin et. , 
Hillside av., W. Newt^ 
Portland st., 
Adams St., Dor., 
Westminster rd. , 
Calumet st., Roxbury, 
Morton st. , D. D. , 
Washington st. , 
Water st. , 
Dix St., 
Milk St. , 
Bedford St., 
No. Market st. , 
Pond av. , 
Symmes st. , Roe. , 
No. Market st. , 
Brookview st.. Dor., 
Hancock st., 
Cha tham s t . , 
Bowdoin av. , Dor. , 
Bromfield st.. 



1219 



BOSTON, WSDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Brewer, 


David H. 


16 


Brickley, 


William J. 


496 


Briggs, 


Cornelius 


35 


Brigham, 


Walter J. 


707 


Brisk, 


Louis M. 


24 


Brooker, 


George W. 


241 


Broughton, 


Arthur A. 


10 


Brown, 


Edward P. 


113 


Brower, 


Emory H. 


419-425 


Brown, 


J. 


14 


Brown, 


Mark J. 


36 


Brown, 


Reginald W. P. 


70 


Browne, 


William E. 


877 


Bumpus, 


Fred W. 


45 


Burgess, 


John S. 


295 


Burke, 


Stephen 


113 


Burke, 


William J. 


12 


Burnham, 


Edgar I. 


148 


Burns, 


Thomas G. 


12 


Burrell, 


Leonard R. 


518 


Burrows, 


John 


408 


Butler, 


Harold V. 


58 


Bryant, 


E. R. 


183 


Bryant, 


George H. 


33 


Buchanan, 


William T. 


32 


Burgess, 


Arthur I. 


116 


Button, 


Earle W. 


43 


Cadigan, 


Michael J. 


23 


Caffrey, 


Prank J. 


117 


Cairns, 


Thomas 


75 


Camrnon, 


Pred 


73-75 


earner. 


Laurence R. 


919 


Campbell, 


Alexander V. 


107 


Campbell, 


Hugh T. 


111 


Cann, 


Clifford H. 


1 


Caracristi, 


J • li • lj% 


11 


Carbone, 


Andy V. 


10 


Cardinal , 


Joseph 


84 


Carre t. 


James W. 


121 


Cur swell. 


Lena S. 


262 


Carter, 


Charles C. 


38 


Carter, 


J. M. 


71 


Casey, 


Joseph H. 


7 


Gary. 


Albert S. 


658 



John St., Brookllne, 

Commonwealth av., 

Port av., Roxbury, 

Old South Building, 

Winthrop st. , 

ColTOEibus av. , 

Roanoke av . , J. P. , 

George st., 

Atlantic av . , 

"A" Dover st.. 

Summer st., 

Pranklin st. , 

Beacon st. , 

Milk St., 

Beacon st.. 

State St., 

Washington pi., Roxbury, 

Worcester st., 

Museum rd. , 

Washington st. , 

Centre st. , J. P. , 

Pine St., Maiden, 

Congress st., 

Rutland st. , 

Alger St., S. Boston, 

Norfolk St. , 

Port Norfolk st. , 

Norfolk St., Roxbury, 

Stoughton St., Dor., 

Pitts St., 

So. M8.rket st. , 

Blue Hill av. , 

Pinckney st. , 

Milk St., 

Evansdale ter., 

Tetlow St. , 

Chesterfield st. , Rox. , 

Bremen st. , 

Griggs rd., 

Washington st. , 

Joy St., 

Dakota st. , Dor. , 

Lindsey st. , Dor. , 

E. Broadway, 



1220 



BOSTON, WEDHESDAY, SBPTBICBKR 10, 191^. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Castle. 


Henry r. 


51 


Cavanaugh, 


George J. 


465 


Canarie, 


James 


8 


Chamterlin, 


Harley H. 


240-264 


Chamberl ir , 


Harold A. 


520 


Chamberlain, 


Horton N. 


14 


Charles, 


Will A. 


55 


Chase, 


Benjamin W. 


475 


Chase, 


Max. 


47 


Chester, 


Leon I. 


91 


Chiccolo, 


Charles 


88 


Chick, 


Alonzo H. 


251 


Chipman, 


W. E. 


62 


Cicchetti, 


Guirino 


419 


Clapp. 


Herbert J. 


5 


Clapp, 


Leighton A, 


5 


Cleary, 


John G. 


1456 


Cleveland, 


Fred C. 


21 


Clifford, 


Michael S. 


14 


Cobb, 


Sewell R. 


403 


Cobe, 


Alden 


1411 


Cochran, 


Henry W. 


140 


Codman, 


Charles R. 


59 


Codrnan, 


Russell S. 


59 


Cooley, 


Charles A. 


373 


Cody, 


John B. 


45 


Cohan, 


Charles 


530 


Cohen, 


Alexander 


75 


Cohen, 


Harry B. 


33 


Cohen, 


Irving 


94 


Cohen, 


Samuel U. 


19 


Cohen, 


Solomon 


138 


Coleman, 


Henry 0. 


21 


Collier, 


Victor W. 


40 


Collinp, 


Fred B. 


383 


Collins, 


Walter J. 


80 


Corns to ok. 


A. Barr 


45 


Conley, 


Bernard J. 


62 


Conner, 


George W. 


18 


Connors, 


William F. 


93 


Conway, 


William H. 


245 


Coombs, 


John S. 


117 


Case, 


James L. 


353 



Wheatland av,, Dor., 
Medford st. , CD., 
Allen St. , 
Border st. , 
Commonwealth av., 
South St. , 
Congress St., 
Meridian st., 
Portland st. , 
Alban st. , Dor. , 
Pearl st., 
Columbus av., 
Sudbury st., 
"A" Hanover st.. 
Temple pi. , 
Temple pi. , 
Tremont st. , 
Webster sq. , H. P. , 
Hanson st., 
Washington st. , 
Commonwealth av., 
Fenway , 
Marlboro st. , 
Marlboro st. , 
Washington St., 
Commercial st., 
Newbury st., 
Wellington Hill St., 
Elm Hill Park, 
Hutchings St., 
Abbot St., 

Greenwood St., Dor., 
Bromfield st. , 
V/ater st. , 
Washington st. , 
Sudbury st. , 
Milk St., 
Standard St., 
Sheldon st. , Ros. , 
Binney st. , Roxbury, 
State St., 

School St., Roxbury, 
Meridian st., 



1221 



BOSTON, WEDilESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 191^. 



Contd. 



Revolver Liceraees Granted - contd, 



Coward, 


John D. 


222 


Eliot St. , 


Conkey, 


William W. 


^? 


Temple pi. , 


C088, 


George M. 


126 


State St., 


Costello, 


Prank P. 


1106 


Dorchester av. , 


Costello, 


Leo G. 


67 


Gardner st.. 


Cotter, 


C. Jr. 


25 


Dunster rd., J. P. 


Cox, 


Richard C. 


120 


Boylaton st. , 


Coyle, 


Michael J. 


35 


Mt. Ida rd. , 


Craig, 


Septimus E. 


27 


Trull St., D. D. , 


Crane, 


Daniel F. 


154-158 


Tremont st. , 


Crane, 


Frank 


154-158 


Tremont st.. 


Crawford, 


Gordon 


97 


Lonsdale st.. Dor. 


Crocker, 


Loring 


4 


W. Cedar st. , 


Crofoot, 


Charles E. 


11 


Montrose st., Roxb 


Crowley, 


Jajnes D. 


103 


Norfolk St. , Camb. 


Crowell, 


Everett V/. 


80 


Traverse st. , 


Crowley, 


John J. 


1015 


Dorchester av. , 


Cullen, 


James F. 


60 


Hyde Park av.. 


Cully, 


George q,. 


2 


Victoria st., D. I 


Cuirmin, 


John W. 


9 


Massachusetts av.. 


Cunningham, 


James M. 


175 


Dartmouth st. , 


Curnane, 


Chester A. 


29 


School St., 


Currie, 


Richard I. 


45 


Batavia st.. 


Currie, 


Richard 


691 


Tremont st. , 


Curry, 


Norman H. 


11 


Waterford st.. 


Curtin, 


Frank E. 


40 


V/ater st.. 


Curtis, 


Nelson Jr. 


57 


Eliot St., J. P., 


CuB i ck , 


James J. 


13 


Linden Park st. , 


Cutter, 


Irving R. 


36 


Josephing av. , W. 


Daly, 


Gordon W. 


19 


Orkney rd. , B. D. , 


Daly, 


Harry L. 


122 


Washington st. , 


Damon, 


Charles A. 


898 


Adams St., Dor., 


Daniels, 


W. A. 


7 


Auburn ct. , Brook. 


Dartt, 


Lawrence W. 


477 


Columbia rd. , 


Davern, 


William T. 


250 


Blue Hill av.. 


Danforth, 


John C. 


8 


Medfield st., 


Davies, 


Evan E. 


54 


Dracut St. , 


Davis, 


William 


532 


Tremont st. , 


Dawson, 


John F. 


5 


Thurston st. , 


Day. 


John J. 


705 Broadway, 


Deaussault, 


George A. 


126 


Blackstone st.. 


DeCane, 


Lawrence 


541 


W. Park St., Dor., 


Deeley, 


Thomas 


80 


Lonsdale st. , Dor. 


DeGroot, 


Samuel 


52 


Larchmont st. , 


Dellainano, 


M. F. 


1056 


Commonwealth av. , 



Som. 



1222 



BOSTON, WEDIJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licensee Granted - contd. 



Devene, 


Fred W. 


1526 


Devine, 


Thomas F. 


244 


De Wolfe, 


James M. 


20 


DiBiase, 


Joseph 


137 


Dick, 


Alexander 


16 


Dickey, 


Erwin C. 


250 


Dickson, 


S. H. 


89 


DiDonato, 


Saverio 


259 


Dillingham, 


Herbert 


54 


Dindor, 


Alfred 


13 


Dix, 


Herbert L. 


32 


D61an, 


Thomas J. 


190 


Draheiin, 


August A. 


55 


Dimond, 


Hugh J. 


84 


Dobinson, 


William J. 


275 


Dodge, 


Allen W. 


1255 


Dodge. 


Charles W. 


39 


Doherty, 


William F. 


51 


Dolan-, 


Edmund L. 


184 


Dol3oph, 


Gilbert 0. 


121 


Donoghue, 


Francis D. 


864 


Donovan, 


Dennis M. 


19 


Donovan, 


John T. 


130 


Donovan, 


Joseph F. 


44-46 


Donovan, 


Joseph P. 


48 


Donovan, 


Timothy 


20 


Dooley, 


J. H. 


395 


Dopkeen, 


David N. 


137 


Dorgan , 


Thomas 




Dow, 


Wong 


36^ 


Dowd, 


Albert E. 


18 


Downey, 


Waldo 


800 


Drake , 


Clifford S. 


10 


Drewett, 


Frank S. C. 


745 


Dudley, 


Sydney A. 


10 


Duff ill, 


Hugh P. 


34 


Duley, 


Herbert M. 


256 


Dutton, 


J. Winthrop 


^i^ 


Dumas, 


Joseph P. 


586 


Dunn, 


Frank L. 


12 


Dwinel, 


Harry A. 


43 


Dwyer, 


William J. 


119 


Eagles, 


Harold I. 


170 


Eastman, 


Ralph M. 


35 



av. , 
Dor. , 



P. 



Commonweal th 
Bowdoin St., 
Franklin st., 
Washington st., 
Seaverns av. , J. 
Devonshire st., 
Mt. Vernon st. , 
Webster st. , E. B. , 
Dunster rd. , J. P. , 
Cooper St., 
Woodford St. , 
South St. , J. P. , 
Penfield st. , Ros. , 
State St., 
Washington st. , 
Commonwealth av., 
Mayhew st. , 
Parsons st. , B, D. , 
Talbot av. , 
Beverly st. , 
Beacon st. , 
Avery st., 
Huntington av. , 
South St. , 
Perclval st.. Dor., 
Francis st., Roxbury, 
Washington st. , 
Hutchings St., Roxbury, 
American House, Sumner 
st., £. B., 
Harrison av. , 
Copley St., Roxbury, 
E. First St. , 
State St., 
Boylston St. , 
Romsey st. , Dor. , 
Willoughby St., Som. , 
Marginal st. , 
Sumner st. , E. B. , 
Blue Hill av., 
Humphreys pi.. Dor., 
India st.. 
Dale St., 
Tremont st., 
Barry st. , D. D. , 



1223 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Eastnian, 


William A. 


9 


Eaton, 


John H. 


8 


Edmunds, 


David D. 


30 


Edwards, 


George P. 


7 


Edwards, 


J. Howard 


1664 


Egersheim, 


Williaic V. 


87 


Eichorn, 


John P. G. 


31 


Eldridge, 


Ralph W. 


36 


Elliott, 


Richard P. 


23 


Elpert, 


Harry 


76 


Ellsworth, 


F. Daniel 


20 


Epstrom, 


Frank E. 


347 


Erickson, 


Carl E. 


20 


Erickson, 


Carl R. 


105 


Erickson, 


Oscar 7/. 


20 


Erner, 


John 


159 


Estalsrook, 


Harry P. 


5 


Estatrook, 


Herbert H. 


457 


Eungblut, 


George P. 


314 


Evans, 


Herbert V. 


191 


Farrington, 


H. J. 


116 


Faxon, 


Edward H. 


480 


Faulkner, 


Wal ter 


37 


Pay, 


Robert E. 


1 


Feldman, 


Meyer 


83 


Fellows, 


Joseph 


814 


Fennell, 


William E. 


136 


Ferguson, 


Walter G. 


43 


Pesta, 


Henry 


27 


Fillmore, 


Earl F. 


40 


Fine, 


Harry M. 


106 


Finkelstein, 


Herbert J. 


40 


Pinlayson, 


Robert A, 


88 


Fiorentino, 


Louis 


4 


Fishburne, 


James P. 


55-63 


Fisher, 


Edwin W. 


12 


Fitzgerald, 


Edward C. 


318 


Fitzgibbons, 


John 


69 


Fitzpa trick. 


Lawrence B. 


20 


Fitzpa trick. 


John J. 


403 


Florentine, 


Joseph H. 


56 


Fletcher, 


Harry A. 


11 


Flint, 


Russell A. 


197 



West St., 

Belgrade av . , Ros., 

Winter st. , 

King St. , D. D. , 

Beacon st. , 

Pulton St. , Roxbury, 

Eliot St. , J. P. , 

Chur ch St., 

Wormwood st., 

Hanover st. , 

Greenleaf st., 

Main St. , Camb. , 

Milk St., 

Salmon st. , W. R. , 

Milk St., 

W. Fourth St. , 

Arlington st. , 

Massachusetts av., 

Commonwealth av., 

Old Colony av. , 

Prince st. , J, P. , 

V/ashington st., 

Paul Gore st. , 

Court St. , 

Fowler st. , Dor. , 

Sixth St. , 

Stoughton St. , 

Hutchins St., Roxbury, 

School St., 

Water st., 

Morris st. , E. B. , 

Goodale rd.. 

High St. , C. D. , 

Lincoln st. , C. D. , 

Blackstone st., 

Westland rd. , Watertown, 

Columbus av . , 

Warwick st., Roxbury, 

Milk St., 

Washington st. , 

Hanover st. , 

Huntington av . , 

Wasiiington st. , 



1224 



BOSTOIJ, TWEDlJESDAy, SEPTEMBER 10, I^'IV. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Florino, 


Joseph 


1 


Fogarty, 


Michael J. 


70 


Foley, 


William D. 


10 


Forbes, 


Edward P. 


^7 


Forbes, 


F. Murray 


60 


Forte, 


Achille 


224 


Fobs, 


Charles E. 


23 


Foster, 


Frank B. 


191 


Foster, 


George A. 


60 


Foster, 


Reginald 


48 


Foster, 


William 


65 


Foster, 


William D. 


212 


Fox, 


Leon S. 


140 


Foye, 


Edwin F. 


294 


Franz, 


William B. 


36 


Frazar, 


M. Abbott 


89 


Freedman, 


Louis 


1411 


Friedman, 


Israel 


463 


French, 


Noyes E. 


Fries, 


D. Lincoln 


84 


Fuller, 


Samuel A. 


786 


Furber, 


Harold P. 


419 


Gallagher, 


Edward M. 


58 


Gallagher, 


Mark E. 


137 


Gallant, 


Mill H. 


78 


Galletly, 


John R. 


43 


Galwai' , 


John 


148 


Goring, 


Dudley J, 


5 


Gardner, 


Alton T. 


45 


Gardner, 


William H. 


60 


Garey, 


DeMille G. 


400 


Gebsman, 


Louis 


120 


Gelb, 


William 


23 


Geraghty, 


John M. 


250 


Gettings, 


James H. 


131 


Gibbons, 


William H. 


47 


Gibby, 


Harry L. 


21 


Gilbert, 


F. C. 


1 


Gillie, 


John A. 


192 


Gillpatrick, 


George C. 


7 


Gillpatrick, 


Herbert 


373 


Ginsburg, 


Louis 


^J 


Gladstein, 


Jacob 


69 



Allen St. , 
Oak St., Ifattapan, 
Gayland St., Roxbury 
Gaylord st. , D. D. , 
State St., 
Hanover st., 
Wy man s t . , J . P . , 
Old Colony av. , 
Market st.. 
The Fenway, 
Mt. Vernon st., 
W. Newton st. , 
11. Kewton St. , 
Washington st. , 
Suimner St. , 
Sudbury St., 
Commonwealth av., 
Fabyan st. , 
Commercial at., 
Linden Park st. , 
Washington A. , 
Atlantic av . , 
Lexington st., C. D. 
Washington st. , 
Glenville av. , E. D. 
Orchard St., Roxbury 
Bellevue st., W. R., 
Aldrich St. , Ros. , 
Commercial st.. 
State St. , 
Washington i. , 
Salem st. , 
Hansborough St., 
Devonshire st. , 
Sutherland rd. , 
Temple pi. , 
Mallon rd. , D. D. , 
Beacon st., 
Dartmouth st. , 
Lawndale ter., J. P. 
Washington A. , 
School St., 
Chambers st.. 



BOSTON. 1NEDHES]}AY, SEPTEMBER 10, 191^. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Clancy, 


Joseph J, 


590 


Glass, 


John R. 


36 


Gleason, 


Albert J. A. 


10 


Glover, 


Gordon W. 


40 


Goddard, 


Adam 


2 


Goldband, 


Sol 


69 


Goldman, 


Lewis 


991-993 


Goldman, 


Meyer 


64 


Goodhue, 


Paul H. 


6 


Goodapeed, 


Royal H. 


144 


Goodwin, 


Charles H. 


20 


Goodwin, 


Frank C. 


419 


Goodwin, 


John L. 


27 


Gordon, 


John 


321 


Gordon, 


Louis 


49 


Gott, 


Mollis M. 


10 


Graham, 


James H. 


89 


Graham, 


Lewis H. 


2 


Grant, 


John J. 


23 


Grant, 


W. Herbert 


26 


Graves, 


Harold 


18 


Graves, 


William P. 


244 


Gray, 


Oscar C. 


786 


Greeley, 


Leo J. 


11 


Greenberg, 


Allen 


23 


Greene, 


Charles L. 


501 


Greene, 


Thomas M. 


1629 


Greenlaw, 


William P. 


9 


Greenleaf , 


Roy W. 


38 


Greenslett, 


Carlton J. 


67 


Greenwood, 


Oliver P. 




Gruanaon, 


Johan F. 


15 


Guilfoyle, 


Frank T. 


18 


Gustus, 


John A. 


57 


Hadge , 


Leon 


13 


Hagan, 


Fred H. 


169 


Haviland, 


William A. 


70 


Hale, 


Charles F. 


106 


Hall, 


Aldis 0. 


250 


Hall, 


Arthur A. 


37 


Hall, 


Charles A. 


101 


Hallett, 


Loris F. 


33 


Halloran, 


John 


800 


Hamblen, 


Carleton B. 


193 


Hamilton, 


John J. 


51 



' < 

Dor. 



Pox. 



South St., Ros. , 
Otis St. , 

Everett sq. , B. D. , 
Water st., 
French ter,, Rox. , 
Kingsdale at.. Dor. 
Washington st. , 
Glenwa^ st.. Dor., 
Trenton st. , C. D. , 
Elmo St., Dor., 
Atlantic av. , 
Atlantic av. 
Calder st., 
Meridian st. 
McLean st. , 
State St., 
State St., 
Tilden pi. , 
Beacon st. , 
Gardner St., B. D. , 
Bulf inch St. , 
Marlboro st., 
Washington st. , 
Lexington st., B. B. , 
Temple st. , 
Talbot av. , 
Tremont St., 
Ashburton pi, , 
Evelyn at., Mattapan, 
Warren av. , 
Green at. , J. P. , 
Pitts St. , 
Mystic St. , CD., 
Corey st., C. D. , 
Hudson St., 
Tremont at., 
Franklin st. , 
Melville av. , 
Huntington av. , 
Faxon rd. , 

Claybourne st.. Dor., 
Congress st., 
E. First fit. , 
Grampian Way, 
Sawyer av. , 



?(!...>»-/-- ttv.*,. r, i^io, J, j,Scy VA-ii 



1225 



1226 



BOSTON, IKEDIJESDAY, SEPTEMBiSR 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Haml i n , 


Edward M. 


148 


State St., 


Hamlin, 


Louis H. 


148 


Stratford St., W. R., 


Hand, 


Stanley W. 


78 Broadway, 


Hanflig, 


Harris 


87 


Bunker Hill st. , 


Hanflig, 


Jacob I. 


87 


Bunker Hill st. , 


Hanley, 


Jarnes T. 


117 


Bowdoin St., Dor., 


Hannever, 


Grover C. 


8 


Supple St., Roxbury, 


Hans com. 


Clarence E. 


1539 


Beacon st.. 


Hanson, 


Charles F. 


16 


Copeland st. , 


Hanson, 


Martin P. 


40^ 


Was]iington st.. 


Hanway , 


Patrick 





Hammet st. , Rox. , 


Harling, 


Joseph E. 


20 


(^ueensberry st. , 


Harris, 


Johnson A. 


6 


Blackwood st. , 


Harriott. 


Thomas C. 


47 


Winter st. , 


Harrington, 


A. W. 


1291 


Commonwealth av.. 


Harrin&ton, 


Harold E. 


140-144 


Essex St. , 


Harris, 


John T. 


134 


Harvard av. , B. D. , 


Harris, 


Louis 


169 


Allston St., B. D., 


Harris, 


William E. 


174 


Harvard St., 


Hartlir.g, 


John G. 


Pilots 


Office, Lewis Wharf, 


Hartwell, 


Richard K. 


677 


Beacon st. , 


Harvey, 


Daniel E. 


40 


Iffley rd. , 


Harwood, 


Albert P. 


96 


Thornton st., Roxbury, 


Hatch, 


William P. 


19 


Ashland st. , D. D. , 


Hatfield, 


Harold M. 


59 


Mascot St., Dor., 


Hauseir, 


William 0. 


19 


Congress st.. 


Hawes, 


Robert B. 


245 


State St., 


Hay den. 


Sydney R. 


26 


King St. , Dor. , 


Hazurgian, 


Sarkis 


199 


Broadway, 


Healy, 


John T. 


14 


Rosemont rd.. Dor., 


Healey, 


Michael J. 


718 


E. Second st. , 


Heaman, 


William 


150 


Newbury st. , 


Hennessey, 


William P. 


25 


Waldeck st.. Dor. , 


Henry, 


William J. 


59 


Deering rd., Mattapan, 


Herinton, 


G. Alexander 


28 


Wachusett st. , 


Herlihy, 


William D. 


12 


No. Market at. , 


Hebbard, 


Benjamin H. 


jr. 204 


Hemenway s t . , 


Hickey, 


Michael R. 


39 


Somerset st., 


Hickey, 


Parker p. 


403 


Washington st. , 


Hicks, 


Thomas M. B. 


Jr. 177 


Milk St., 


Hill, 


Elmer T. 


154 


Woodrow av. , Dor. , 


Hill, 


Lucius T. 


35 


congress st.. 


Hildreth, 


Herbert A. 


22 


Tremlett st., Dor., 


Hirshen, 


Max G. 


219 


Columbia rd. , 


Hoban, 


Timothy E. 


779 


Fourth St., 


Hodges, 


Charles E. 


245 


State St., 



BOSTON, WEDiJESDAY, SEFTEKBKR 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Hodgkins, 


Oisamus L. 


1633 


Hoffman, 


Morris 


112 


Holbrook, 


William E. 


70 


Hollidge, 


Crawford H. 


5 


Hollidge, 


Edward M. 


5 


Holloway, 


Clarence 


161 


Holloway, 


William J. 


161 


Holmes, 


Edwin B. 


600 


Holt, 


Gustavus B. 


27 


Holt, 


Harry H. 


30 


Holt, 


Silas J. 


14-2 


Holton, 


Ellis W. 


20 


Homer, 


Valentine F. 


41 


Hopkins, 


Harry P. 


18 


Hosmer, 


Edwin K. 


428 


Hough, 


Samuel 


31 


Houeen, 


Jacob 


63 


Howard, 


Julius C. 


140 


Howard, 


Warren P. 


106 


Howes, 


C. H. 


599 


Hull, 


Ralph T. 


62 


Hollidge, 


C. Crawford 


5 


Hunt, 


G. D. 


28 


Hunte, 


John 


27 


HutcJiins, 


Edward 


166 


Hutching, 


Hur S. 


131 


Hutchins, 


Y/ilbur G. 


86 


Hutchinson, 


James 0. 


51 


Hunter, 


Lester 3. 


60 


Hyams, 


D. N. C. 


19 


Ives, 


Frederic W, 


2 


Irwin, 


Charles T. 


6 


Israel, 


Isidor 


262 


Izen, 


William 


9 


Jackson, 


Charles A. 


711 


Jacobs, 


Arthur T. 


357 


Jacot, 


Louis 0. 


25 


James, 


Lewis E. 


33 


Jenney, 


Walter H. 


22 


Joe, 


Malcolm G. 


5 


Johnson, 


Alel M. 


5 


Johnson, 


Charles A. 


15 


Johnson, 


Fred D. 


326 


Hillen, 


John J. 


4 



Centre st., 

Devon St., Roxbury, 

Kilby St., Room I7, 

Temple pi. , 

Temple pi. , 

Tremont st. , 

Tremont st. , 

Atlantic av. , 

Long av. , B. D. , 

Harold st., Roxbury, 

Dorchester av. , 

Jaraes st. , Llalden, 

India st. , 

Van Winkle st. , 

Adams st. , 

Doris St. , Dor. , 

Temple pi., 

Tremont st., 

Queensberry st., 

Columbus av. , 

Alleton St., W. Medford, 

Temple pi. , 

Chauncy st. , 

Gray s t . , 

Beacon st. , 

Beacon st., 

Dakota st. , Dor. , 

Soley St. , CD., 

Summer st.. 

Central st. , 

Park St., 

SuDiner pk. , Dor., 

Chestnut Hill av. , 

Staniford St., 

Beacon st., 

Washington st., 

Boylston St. , 

So. Market st., 

Chilton rd. , 

Temple pi. , 

Harvard av.. Dor., 

Pinckney st. , 

Shawmut av. , 

Woodside av. , J. P. , 



1227 



1228 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Johnson, 


Edward E. 


140 


Johnson, 


G. A. 


133 


Johnson, 


John 0. E. 


40 


Johnson, 


Mitchell J. 


19 


Johnson, 


Stanley M. 


33 


Jones, 


Allen C. 




Jones, 


Charles F. 


170 


Jones, 


Girard N. 


51 


Jones, 


John L. 


370 


Jones, 


Robert M. 


36 


Jones, 


William P. 


40 


Jopp, 


Charles B. 


1101 


Joslyn, 


George 


800 


Joyce, 


Edward W. 


782 


Joyce, 


Patrick H. 


389 


Kaizerraan, 


Barney 


20 


Kallach, 


Gordon C. 


70 


Kane, 


Phillip J. 


29 


Kapff, 


George R. 


16 


Karp, 


Joseph 


426 


Karger 


Nathan 


90 


Katlian, 


Sara J. 


30 


Katz, 


Joseph A. 


19 


Katz, 


Sam 


11 


Kagan, 


Maurice 


10 


Keating, 


James J. 


56 


Keay. 


H. D. 


3^5 


Keith, 


D. S. Raymond 


106 


Keith. 


Lawrence A. 


106 


Keliher, 


William H. 


32 


Kelley, 


Harry N. 


13 


Kelley, 


James L. 


45 


Kelley. 


John F. 




Kendrick, 


Bradford T. 


72 


Kenneally, 


James A. 


40 


Kennedy, 


Edward F. 


11 


Kettelle, 


Fred W. 


403 


Keyes, 


George F. 


^^3 


Kibrick, 


Joseph 


81 


Kiley, 


Stephen 


20 


Kimball, 


Frank S. 


68 


Kimmerle, 


Frank 


89 



Tremont st., 
Harold St., 
Water st. , 
Congress st. , 
Farquhar st. , 
American House, 56 

Hanover st.. 
Commonwealth av., 
Cornhill, 
Columbus av. , 
Federal st., 
Water st.. 
Beacon st. , 
E. First St. , 
V/ashington st. , 
Washington st., B. D. , 
Stanwood st. , Rox. , 
Federal st. , 
(iueensberry st., 
Beaufort rd. , J. P. , 
Geneva av. , 
Salem st., 
Rutland sq. , 
Harlem st. , Dor. , 
Wales pi. , Dor. , 
Auburn st. , 
Parkvale av., B. D. , 
Washington st., 
Huntington av. , 
Huntington av. , 
Congreve st., Ros., 
Pemberton sq. , 
Milk St., 

Long Wharf, Atlantic av, 
Batavia st., 
Huntington av. , 
Temple pi. , 
Washington st. , 
Franklin st. , 
W. Cedar st., 
Franklin st. , 
Essex St. , 
St. Botolph St., 



1229 



BOSTOII, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



King, 


Leonard F. 


309 


Kirby, 


Edmund W. 


300 


Kirkpatrick, 


Robert 


26 


Kolikof, 


I. 


11 


Kouloplos, 


Nicholas 


422 


Kassavo, 


Paul T. 


340 


Kramer, 


Morris 


105 


Kudisch, 


Joseph V/. 


103 


Kudisch, 


Harry I. 


121 


Kumins, 


Harry 


137 


Kyle, 


George A. 


3O-3B 


Lacey, 


John 


91 


Lacob, 


Theodore 


92 


Lambert, 


Walter T. 


8 


Lane, 


Frank H. 


17-23 


Lantigua, 


Edward F. 


53 


Lappin, 


Harry W. 


.^° 


Latendorp, 


Fred C. 


670 


Laugyiton, 


Donald D. 


^^ 


Lane, 


Benjamin G. 


28 


Leavitt, 


John ';v. 


200 


Leavitt, 


Richard C. 


21 


Lehrburger, 


Lyman 


30 


Lees, 


David 


63 


Lenigan, 


William H. 


6 


Lentz, 


Edwin H. 


882 


Leonard, 


Thomas H. 


39 


Leonard, 


John A. 


43 


Lerman, 


James S. 


70 


Leto, 


Charles 


71 


Levin, 


Ernest 


140-144 


Leventhal, 


Harry 


1099 


Leventhal, 


Israel 


70 


Levy, 


Edward M. 


74 


Lewis, 


Chester V. 


33 


Libby, 


Bernard 


5 


Lieber, 


William 


123 


Lierjioan, 


Emil 


21 


Lima, 


Wilbur 0. 


2 


Li gh than. 


Guy L. 


50 


Linscott, 


George A. 


14 


Lesser, 


Alfred A. 


1861 


List, 


Rudolph G. 


26 


Little, 


Edward H. 


100 


Lalime, 


William E. 


12 



Barristers Hall, 

Pemberton sq., 
Hyde Park av . , 
Vinson st. , Dor. , 
Otisfield St., Roxbury, 
Tremont st., 
Spring St. , W. R. , 
Hammond st., Roxbury, 
Homestead st. , Rox. , 
Homestead st., Rox., 
Harold st. , 
School St., 
Gainsborough A. , 
Waumbeok st. , 
Cherry st. , 
Boylston st. , 
State St., 
Stanwood st., Dor., 
Massachusetts av., 
A St. , 

Maxfield st. , W. R., 
State St., 
Tremlett st. , 
Chauncy st., 
Leon St., Roxbury, 
Maple St., Roxbury, 
Huntington av. , 
Walnut St. , C. D. , 
Peter Parley rd. , 
Maywood st., Roxbury, 
Charter st., 
Essex St. , 
Blue Hill av. , 
Tremont st.. 
Elm Hill av.. 
So. Market St., 
Intervale st., 
Minden st. , Roxbury, 
M St., 
Park St., 

Brighton av., B. D. , 
Beacon st. , 
Washington St. , 
Dewey st. , 
Federal St., 
Boylston st. , 



1230 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTKMBiSR 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Lloyd. 


Alfred A. 


153 


Lockhart, 


George 


264 


Lodge, 


James A. Jr. 


13 


Loehr, 


Albert D. 


79 


Loffredo, 


Michael 


1429 


Logofet. 


Alexander 


210 


Longfellow, 


Henry W. 


15 


Lord. 


Fred R. 


106 


Lowe, 


Harland J. 


2 


Lowrance, 


John W. 


84 


Lowry, 


Philip L. 


80 


Long, 


George A. 


372 


Lussier, 


Theodore 


118 


Lynch, 


James E. 


11 


Lynd, 


Robert J. 


419 


Macdonald. 


A. J. 


140 


Mace, 


Oliver E. 


224 


MacMahon, 


John J. 


443 


Macoraber. 


George A. 


403 


Macoraber, 


Robert L. 


403 


Mahoney, 


John J. 


20 


Mackin, 


John E. 


88 


Maguire, 


Henry J. 


69 


Maguire, 


John J. 


134 


Maier. 


Joseph G. 


15^ 


Malaguti, 


Charles D. 


104 


Maiden, 


P atrick 


29 


Mai ley. 


0. Frank 


29 


Maley, 


Francis W. 


8 


Manning, 


Joseph M. 


17 


Manning, 


Timothy P. 


118 


Manousos, 


D. 


29 


Mansfield, 


John L. 


70 


Marble, 


Cecil H. 


95 


Marinelli, 


Agostino S. 


23 


Marshall, 


Charles L. 


36 


Mar shal 1 , 


Williain A. 


112 


Martin, 


C. J. 


11 


Martin, 


John W. 


860 


Mason. 


Frank E. 


1475 


Mason, 


Lloyd A. 


68 


Mathews, 


Edward E. 


91 


Matthews, 


Robert J. 


20 


Maxwell, 


Robert S. 


33 


Megan, 


Thomas F. 


45 



Newbury st. . 
Brookline av. , 
Wendover st., 
Court St., 
Commonweal th av . , 
Purchase s t. , 
Bellvista rd. , 
Beach st.. 
Linden st. , Brook. , 
State St., 
Nottingham rd. , 
Washington st.. Dor. 
Glenville av. , 
Bainbridge st., Rox. 
Atlantic av. , 
Fenway , 
Columbus av. , 
Chelsea st. , E. B. , 
Washington st. , 
Washington st. , 
Victoria st. , Dor. , 
Pearl st., 
Tremont st., 
Franklin st. , B. D. , 
Centre st. , J. P. , 
Gardner st., W. R. , 
E. Lenox st. , 
School St., 
Allen St., 
Vassar st. , Dor. , 
F St. , 
Hollis St., 
Federal st., 
E. Squantura st. , 
Breed st., E. B., 
School St., 
Devon st. , 
Ashburton pi. , 
Adams St. , Dor. , 
Centre st. , Ros. , 
Essex St. , 
Gainsboro st., 
Chapin av. , W. R. , 
Burgess st. , 
Milk St., 



1231 



BOSTON, WEDlfflSDAY, SSPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



ver Licenses 


Granted - contd. 




Mendura, 


W. J. 


1334 


Meyer, 


Herman H. 


17 


Meyer, 


Lucius 


20 


Miller, 


Alton L. 


80 


Miller, 


Max 


275 


Milligan, 


Thomas 


38 


Mills, 


Albert L. 


43 


Milsoa, 


Charles E. 


698 


Miner, 


John H. 


18 


Mirkin, 


M« Ha 


43 


Mitchell, 


Thomas 3. 


1842-1844 


Moloney, 


Joseph F. 


41 


Monard, 


James L, 


18 


Mondano, 


Prank 


15 


Monnier, 


Ernest 


452 


Montague, 


Abraham 


129 


Moore, 


Edward E. 


3 


Moore, 


Prank A. 


53 


Moore, 


John H. 


1430 


Moore, 


Laws on V. 


83 


Moos, 


J. Mack 


1300 


Moran, 


Thomas P. 


39 


Morgan, 


Francis J. 


169 


Morgan, 


Sa H « J « 


92 


Morgill, 


C. Frederick 


1 


Morrill, 


Harvey L. 


11 


Morris, 


Abraham B. 


17 


Morrison, 


George E. 


84 


Moseaco, 


John 


13 


Motley, 


Thomas 


241 


Muckensturm, 


Charles M. 


14 


Mullaney, 


Prank R. 


245 


Mullard, 


Robert 


270i 


Munck, 


W. N. J. 


66 


Murphy, 


Gerald J. 


201 


Murphy, 


John J. 


23 


Murray , 


James 


403 


Myers, 


S. A. 


36 


Myers, 


Harry L. 


24 


Macfarlane, 


C. w. 


159 


Maclntyre, 


A. P. 


84 


MacKearnin, 


William R. 


170 


MacKinnon, 


Matthew W. 


8 


MacLaughlin, 


Oliver D. 


19 


Macnaughton, 


James 


40 



Commonwealth av., 
Lauriat St., Dor., 
Park St., Brook., 
Traverse st. , 
Blue Hill av. , 
School St. , 
Turner st. , B. D. , 
Washington st. , 
Farquhar st. , Ros;, 
Chambers st., 
Dorchester av. , 
Peterborough st,, 
Bulf inch St. , 
Henchman st., 
Audubon rd, , 
Harrishof st, Rox. , 
Adams St., C. D. , 
Rockview st. , 
Commonweal th av . , 
Westland av . , 
Washington st. , 
Court St., 
Treraont St., 
Bedford st. , 
Court St., 
Merchants row, 
Sutton St. , 
Fenway, 
Emerald st. , 
Beacon st. , 
Dillingham st. , 
State St., 
Centre st., J. P., 
So. Huntington av . , 
Humboldt av. , 
Park st, , Dor. , 
Vifashington st. , 
Otis St., 

Ridgewood St., Dor. 
Huntington av. , 
Linden Park st. , 
Summer st., 
Irwin av. , 
Hillside av. , 
State St., 



1232 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



McAcy, 


John W. 


127 


Park St. , Dor. , 


McAleer, 


Stephen A. 


63 


Leon St. , Rox. , 


McAl later, 


Charles D. 


68 


Essex St. , 


McCarron, 


Joseph C. 


29 


Marlboro st., 


McCarthy, 


Cornelius B. 


60 


State St., 


McCarthy, 


Henry ?. 


84 


State St. , 


McCarthy, 


William H. 


8 


Cottage St., 


McCarthy. 


Timothy A. 


38 


School St., 


McClellan, 


Shenaan B. 


148 


State St. , 


McCorraick, 


Harry V . 


51 


Archdale rd., Ros. , 


McConvil.le, 


Mathew J. 


602 


Sixth St., 


McDermott, 


Francis A. 


113 


Federal st.. 


McGeough, 


George F. 


4 


Sheafe st., G. D. , 


McGinnis, 


John 


27 


School St. , 


Mclnnis, 


Charles 


61 


White St., E. B., 


Mclnnis, 


P. A. 


23 


Sal combe st. , Dor., 


Mcintosh, 


Daniel P. 


200 


High St., 


McKenna, 


Hugh R. 


184 


Tremont st.. 


McKone, 


Weldon P. 


533 


Commonweal th av . , 


McLaughlin, 


Dennis P. 


9 


Payette st. , 


McLaughlin, 


Lawrence P. 


25 


Haven st. , Dor. , 


McCall, 


Louis E. 


72 


Hampshire st., Rox. 


McLellan, 


Edward C. 


52 


Chatham st. , 


McNerney, 


John 


48 


Spring Park av. , 


McRae , 


Daniel J. 


10 


Milford St., 


McWorkroan, 


James M. 


126 


Bowdoin st.. 


Narcut, 


Samuel 


108 


Elm Hill av. , 


Nash , 


Willmot A. 


579-581 


Atlantic av. , 


Naeon, 


William S. 


}^ 


School St. , 


Nathans, 


Isaac 


81 


Leverett st. , 


Nealley, 


Benjamin H. 


18 


Curtis av. , Sora. , 


Neuhoff , 


Harold 


114 


Glenville av. , B. D 


Nelson, 


A. 


403 


Washington st.. 


Nelson, 


Joseph C. 


111 


Spring St. , E. Camb 


Nelson, 


Noak A. W. 


14 


Wright rd. , W. R., 


Nesson, 


Julius I. 


101 


Tremont st. , 


Newell, 


Alfred W. 


61 


Arlington st. , H. P 


Newell, 


Charles I. 


957 


Blue Hill av.. 


Newmarch, 


Alfred 


117 


Washington st. , 


Nicholson, 


James J. 


53 


Telegraph st. , 


Nix, 


Albert C. 


672 


Tremont st. , 


No nan. 


John E. 


856 


Fifth St., 


Novakoff , 


Julius 


107 


Brunswick st. , 


Nute, 


Irving 


115 


Chandler st. , 


Nyman, 


Elmer S. 


5 


Yarmouth st.. 



1233 



BOSTON. VQSDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 19iy. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



O'Brien, 


James E. 


240 


O'Brien, 


Jeremiah 


30 


O'Connell, 


P. A. 


155 


O'Donnell, 


Edward B. 


32 


O'Donnell, 


Thoioas F. 


422 


Olson, 


Charles A. 


21 


Olson, 


John A. 


1662 


On thank. 


Arthur H. 


40 


Orchard, 


Edward P. 


8 


Orcutt, 


Charles A. 


49 


Ordway, 


Richmond 


833 


O'Toole, 


James M. 


99 


Owen, 


Frederick L. 


140'6 


Paddon, 


Samuel M. 


17b 


Page, 


George A. 


53 


Pancoast, 


Fred L. 


15 


Papke , 


George H. 


i6i 


Pappas, 


George H. 


l6l 


Parke, 


V. B. 


80 


Parker, 


J. Ellis 


100 


Parks, 


David F. 


5 


Partridge, 


Henry E. 


728 


Patch, 


Ralph W. 


1 


Patience, 


John W. 


209 


Patros, 


William G. 


69 


Paulson, 


Agnar S. 


144 


Pearl, 


Morey M. 


34 


Pearson, 


Arthur M. 


70 


Pearson, 


Gustaf E. 


3b 


Peasley, 


James P. 


20 


Peck, 


Stephen F. 


12 


Pelleriti, 


Jose 


3 


Pelleson, 


Chester A. 


1195 


Petersen, 


James 


92 


Petit, 


John S. H. 


19 


Pettingell, 


Ralph D. 


l\ 


Phair, 


Andrew J . 


Phelan, 


Francis X. 


4 


Phillips, 


Carleton W. 


851 


Phillips, 


William H. 


200 


Piehler, 


Otto J. 


360 


Pickering, 


Arthur L. 


40 


Pierce, 


Edward S. 


27 


Pierce, 


George E. 


15 


Plakaa, 


James M. 


220 


Podolski, 


William 


101 



Highland av., Sora. , 
Allston St. , G. D. , 
Tremont st., 
Kempton St., Rox. , 
Bowdoin st. , Dor. , 
Edrnands st., Sora., 
Columbia rd. , 
Water St., 
Primrose st. , Ros. , 
Farragut rd. , 
Beacon st., 
Hampshire st., Rox., 
Commonwealth av.. 
School St., 
Beacon st., 
Pitts St., 
Warren av . , 
V/arren av, , 
Mt. Vernon st. , 
Boylston st. , 
W. Canton st.. 
Commonwealth av. , 
Union St. , 
Washington st. , 
Warren st., Roxbury, 
St. Botolph St., 
Trident av . , 
Federal st.. 
Ivy St., 

Alexander st.. Dor., 
Hazelwood st., Rox., 
Oneida st. , 
Hyde Park st. , 
Marcella st., 
Belvidere st.. 
Congress st. , 
Eustis St., Roxbury, 
Abbotsford st., Rox. 
Boylston St. , 
High St., 
Boylston st. , 
Ho. i/Larket st., 
Damrell st. , 
Ashburton pi. , 
Main st., 
M St., 



1234 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY. SEPTEl/IBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Foley, 


Jo seph 


98 


Pollock, 


Kenry M. 


82 


Pollard, 


Fred W. 


14 


Pond, 


Abbott S. 


64 


porter, 


Albert B. 


18 


Porter, 


C. Harold 


151 


Porter, 


Harry W. 


84 


Posner, 


Max 


43 


Powell, 


Benjamin P. 


252 


Powell, 


Raymond J. 


128 


Power, 


Francis W. 


68 


power, 


Nelson £. 


27 


Powers, 


William P. 


New 


Pratt, 


Earl W. 


786 


Pratt, 


Ezra F. 


786 


pray, 


William C. 


3 


Prendergast, 


James T. 


34 


Prest, 


Edward J. 


73 


Prior, 


Ler;nan C. 


Hotel 


Purcell, 


James C. 


60 


Q,uagliano, 


Victor A. 


346 


(^uincy, 


Edward A. 


65 


tiuinn. 


George P. 


20 


Q,uina, 


Hugh A. 


64 


^uinn. 


William M. 


22 


Race, 


Arthur L. 


Copley 


Raleigh, 


Edward J. 


H 


Ramsy , 


Johnson W. 




Rankin, 


Brut W. 


127 


Rankin, 


Joseph S. 


73 


Rask. 


Nelson G. 


16 


Rathberg, 


Morris 


31 


Ratnof sky, 


Samuel 


48 


Raymond, 


Howard 


2 


Re amor. 


David 


16 


Reed, 


Arthur P. 


106 


Reid, 


George T. 


39 


Reid, 


James C. 


140 


Reid, 


V/alter S. 


194 


Reinherz, 


Davis 


36 


Renault, 


John B. 


84 


Reuben, 


Moses I. F. 


99 


Reynolds, 


Charles J. 


40 



av, 



Brighton st. , 
E. Concord st. 
Commonweal th 
Charlesgate East, 
Bulfinch St. , 
Summer st. , 
Devon St. , Rox. , 
Humboldt av. , 
Cambridge st.. 
Castle St., 
Grampian Way, 
Endicott st., Clifton- 
dale, 
England House, Blackstonfe 

st. cor, Clinton st., 
Washington St. , 
Washington st. , 
Revere st. , • 
Abbot St. , 
Treraont st. , 
Lenox, Exeter cor. of 

Boylston St., 
Westland av. , 
Chelsea st., 
Gardner st., B. D. , 
Post Office sq. , 
Charlesgate East, 
Claremont pk. , 
Plaza Hotel, Copley sq. 
State St., 
Gay Head st. , 
Kilsyth rd, , 
Stanton st. , 
Claybourne 
Cunningham 
Goodale rd. , 
Newman pi., Roxbury, 
Ashland st.. 
Beach st., 
Kerwin st. , Dor. , 
Tremont st., 
Boylston st. , J. P. , 
Ridgewood st., Dor., 
State st. , 

Glenville av , , B. D. 
Sudbury st. , 



St., Dor., 

st. , 

, IJIattapan, 



1235 



BOSTON, WEDilESDAY, SiilPT2MBEH 10, l^iy. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenaes Granted - contd. 



Reynolds, 


Edward E. 


275 


Rice, 


Frederick W. 


l6 


Richard, 


James F. 


171 


Ricker, 


Harold K. 


248 


Rider, 


J. Scott 


Long 


Riedel, 


Oscar 


1 


Rinfret, 


Ludger 


3^ 


Ringar, 


Edward R. 


96 


Riordan, 


William J. 


12 


Ri ttenberg, 


Joseph 


103 


Roberts, 


Amos M. 


271 


Roberts, 


C. L. 


10 


Robinson, 


John G. 


157 


Robinson, 


Porter 0. 


1326 


Roche, 


Frederick 


80 


Rodin, 


Abraham L. 


351 


Rogers, 


Frank M. 


34 


Roll. 


Edward P. 


1309 


Rose, 


Jesse T. 


21 


Rosenberg, 


Lewis 


209 


Rowe, 


Austin E. 


110 


Rozen, 


Joseph S. 


95 


Rubinovitz, 


Harry 


18 


Rubins, 


Thomas J. 


107 


Ruel, 


Albert D. 


82 


Ruhl. 


Jame s G . 


50 


Russell, 


Arthur W. 


16 


Russell, 


Edward H. 


76 


Russell, 


Warren K. 


13 


Russo, 


John G. 


535 


Ryan, 


J. H. 


395 


Safford, 


Frank H. 


17 


Sacks, 


Isaac 


12 


Sager, 


Joseph S. 


112 


Sahady, 


Gabriel 


70 


Samuel, 


R. P. 


395 


Sanders, 


Edward A. 


157 


Sarkisian, 


Roopor 


1956 


Saunders, 


Thomas V/. 


20 


Schaeltz, 


W. Sherjoan 


11 


Schneider, 


Theopilus 


280 


Schonfeld, 


Jerome 


157 


Schoon-Tiaker, 


H. R. 


11 


Schultz, 


Conrad H. 


41 


Schultz, 


Ernst L. 


381 



Washington st. , 

Elko St., B. D., 

Wachusett st. , 

Warren st. , Roxbury, 

Wharf, Atlantic av., 

Centervale pk. , Dor., 

Summer st., 

Sumner st., E. B., 

Hilburn st., 

Waumbeck st., Roxbury, 

W. Newton gt., 

Brainerd rd., B. D. , 

Essex St. , 

Blue Hill av. , 

Summer st., 

Charles st., 

Richwood St., '.7. R. , 

Commonweal th av . , 

Hollis St. , 

Essex St. , 

Loring rd. , Winthrop, 

Mountfort St., 

Way land st., Roxbury, 

Salem st. , 

E. Concord st. , 

Congress st. , 

Heath St. , Som. , 

Havre st., 

Allston St. , Dor. , 

Beacon st. , 

Washington st., 

Halifax st. , J. P. , 

Glenway St., 

Tyndale st.. 

Harvard st., 

Washington st., 

Essex St. , 

"A" Dorchester av . , 

Post Office sq. , 

Pemberton sq. , Room 7IO 

Dartmouth st. , 

Homestead st., Roxbury, 

Union st . , 

Houghton St., Dor., 

Adams s t . , 



1236 



BOSTON, WEDiJESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Schultz, 


Rudolf 


4 


"A" Forest st. , Rox. , 


Schuraan, 


Joseph H. 


147 


Milk St., 


Shutzer, 


Arthur 


125 


Summer st.. 


Scott, 


Clarence W. 


28 


Waban st., Roxbury, 


Scovitch, 


Jack 


70 


Tremont st.. 


Seaward, 


Forest T. 


124 


Huntington av. , 


Seavey, 


William E. 


25 


Pinckney st.. 


Seidler, 


Daniel 


39 


Cornhill, 


Selipsky, 


Albert 


53 


Bickford st.. 


Sedersky, 


David H. 




Columbus av. , 


Sennott, 


George P. 


87 


School St., 


Severance, 


Leon M. 


616 


Commonwealth av., 


Sexton, 


Leo E. 


22 


Edson St. , Dor. , 


Shortis, 


Richard 


12 


Chelsea st. , C. D. , 


Shuman, 


George H. 


151 


Longwood av., Brookline, 


Sklar, 


Charles 


217 


Chambers st.. 


Selleck, 


Lawrence M. 


170 


Summer st.. 


Shenker, 


Morris 


11 


Allen St., 


Shannon, 


Michael J. 


28 


Maverick st. , 


Shapiro, 


Harry 


166 


Howard av . , 


Shaughnesay, 


Matthew F. 


1676 


Dorchester av. , 


Shaw, 


Frank 


19 


Dartmouth St., 


Sherman, 


Henry A. 


12 


Chauncy pi. , J. P. , 


Sherman, 


Isaac 


298 


Washington st., 


Shmall, 


Isidor 


36 


Havelock st., D. D. , 


ShUBian, 


Maurice 


15 


Greenwood st., D. D. , 


Shute, 


Frederick W. 


316 


Huntington av. , 


Simpson, 


James H. 


30-38 


School St., 


Skinner, 


Carl H. 


2 


Park St., 


Slavin, 


Charles A. 


12 


Boston pi. , 


Slink, 


William 


74 


Bowdoin st. , Dor. , 


Sloane, 


John R. 


531 


Albany st.. 


Smart, 


Frederick 


518 Washington St., 


Smith, 


Abraham I. 


64 


Walnut St. , 


Smith, 


Charles A. 


800 


E. First St., 


Smith, 


Charles H. 


93 


Warren st., Roxbury, 


Smith. 


Edson B. 


46 


Maxwell st.. Dor., 


Smith, 


Edward A. 


229 


Marginal st.. 


Smith, 


Francis B. 


30 


Kilby St., 


Smith, 


Forrest 


8 


Winthrop st., E. B. , 


Smith, 


Frederick M. 


81 


Arlington at. , 


Srai th , 


Joseph J. 


8 


Allen St., 


Smith, 


Stedman 


60 


State St., 


Smith, 


William H. 


3 


Arcadia st. , Dor. , 


Smith, 


William N. 


202 


Washington st. , 



1237 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licensee Granted - contd. 



Smokier, 


Hyman 


39 


Snow, 


William E. 


72 


Sohier, 


William D. Jr. 


50 


Solomon, 


George B. 


20 


Sobotky, 


Irving 


235 


Soukikian, 


Missak K. 


536 


Spencer, 


Charles W. 


160 


Spencer, 


Harry L. 


156 


Sperry, 


Jerome L. 


758 


Spitzer, 


Alexander 


11 


Squire, 


Frederic C. 


89 


Stackpole, 


Arthur E. 


327 


Standi ey. 


Lester H. 


^? 


Steptoe, 


Edward 


106 


Staples, 


John N. Jr. 


93 


Stearns, 


Alanson B. 


49 


Stea.rns, 


Charles H. 


84 


Stephens, 


William 


88 


Stevens, 


William P. 


51 


Stevenson, 


Allan 


^'^U 


Stewart, 


Carson R. 


88 


Stinson, 


A. L. 


79 


Stodder, 


L. N. 


88 


Stone , 


Robert 




Stone, 


W. N. 


73-75 


Strauss, 


Leon 


137 


Sturges, 


William H. 


Liberty 


Sullivan, . 


David J. 


78 


Sullivan, 


James H. 


114 


Sullivan, 


William J. 


36 


Supple, 


John B. 


122 


Sutliff, 


William R, 


201 


Swan, 


Frank C. 


59 


Swans on. 


Oscar E. 


417 


Swartz, 


Samuel A. 


31 


Swensen, 


0. Walter 


111 


Sweeney- , 


William L. 


120 


Swig, 


Israel 


48 


Swift, 


Charles L. 


523 


Symmes, 


Arthur F. 


39 


Tager, 


Hyman 


137 


Talbot, 


M. Harley 


403 


Talbot, 


Herbert C. 


403 


Talbot, 


Max L. 


403 


Tawa, 


W. B. 


80 


Tay, 


William M. 


157 


Taylor, 


Albert V. 


19 



Hansborough st. , 
Gardner st, , B. D. , 
Congress st., 
Leslie St., Mattapan, 
Chestnut Hill av . , 
Cororaonwealth av . , 
Tremont st., 
Boylston st. , 
Washington st. , 
7/estminater rd. , 
Beach st., 
Huntington av . , 
Garrison st., 
Rowland st. , Roxbury, 
Leon St., Roxbury, 
Astor St., 
Clifton St. , 
Grove st., 
Cornhill, 
South St. , 
Pearl st.. 
Park St. , Brook. , 
Pearl st., 
City Hall, 
So. Market st., 
V/ashington st. , 
Trust Company, Washing- 
ton cor. Court st. , 
Preble st. , 
Melville av. , 
Summer st. , 
Talbot av. , 
K St. , 

Bedford at., 
Vi'ashington st. , 
Woloott St. , Dor. , 
Milk St., 
Fulton St. , 
Waverly st., Roxbury, 
Itain St., Wareham, 
St. Stephens st., 
Hutchings St., Roxbury, 
V>'ashington st. , 
V/ashington st. , 
Washington st. , 
Traverse st., 
Essex St. , 
Cranston st.. 



1238 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTOIffiER 10, 19i9. 



Contd. 



Revolver LicenseB Granted - contd. 



Taylor, 

Taylor, 

Terhune, 

Thoma, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thornton, 

Thorne, 

Tierney, 

Til ton, 

Toppin, 

Toye, 

Trevi thick, 

Tripp, 

Tripp, 

Truptenitzer, 

Turner, 

Turner, 

Upton, 

Van Huysen, 

Vail, 

Vaux, 

Varley, 

Veazie, 

Voymas, 

Wade, 

Waite, 

Wakefield, 

Waldo, 

Walker, 

Walsh, 

Walsh, 

Walsh, 

Walther, 

Wanzer, 

Way, 

Ward, 

Ward, 

Wellington, 

Watkins, 

Watt, 

We den. 

We i 8 s , 

Weisberg, 

Welcome, 

Wellington, 

Weeks, 



George H. 
Henry A. 
Harry R. 
Thomas J. 
Frank W. 
Fred H. 
Joseph A. 
John F. 
Budd D. 
Nicholas 
Arthur C. 
William E. 
Joe 

Thomas H. 
Emil 0. C. 
Frederick G. 
Samuel 
Emmons H. 
Paul D. 
Friend L. 
Harry T. 
Percy J. 
Gugson 
John F. 
Harold K. 
Constance M. 
K. H. 
Harry W. 
Charles H. 
Earl W. 
James H. 
Edward 
Frank J. 
Joseph T. 
George C. 
V/allace E. 
Bernard J. 
Donald Z. 
George M. 
Edward F. 
Arthur E. 
G. Gordon 
Paul G. 
Leonard C. 
John 
Harry A. 
Charles H. 
E. Sinclair 



164 Newbury st. , 

5 Carlos St. , Dor. , 
388 V/ashington st. , 

246 Boston st. , 
75 Pitts St., 

150 Pleasant st., 
403 Washington st. , 
40 Water st. , 

2 Shafter st. , 
535 Beacon st. , 

28 Summer st. , 
509 Washington st., B. D. , 

53 Harvard St., Dor., 
316 Summit av., B. D. , 
853 Beacon st. , 
100 Franklin st. , 
100 Boylston st. , 
145 Atlantic av. , 

30 State St. , 
250 Devonshire st., 

36 School St. , 
4 Sunderland et. , 

247 Atlantic av . , 
36 Suirjoer st. , 
38 School St., 

1663 Blue Hill av,, 

60 Canal st . , 

46 Gornhill, 

60 State St., 
722 Beacon st. , 

'^'^ Blackstone st., 
8 Dal ton St. , 
207 Endicott st. , 
835 Columbia rd. , 

40 Water st. , 

45 Sudbury st . , 
123 Dorchester av . , 

44 Allston Heights, B. D. , 

3 Walnut av,, Roxbury, 
35 So. Market st. , 

20 Franklin st. , 
123 Wren st., W. R. , 
15 Clement pk. , Dor., 
10 Wales St., Dor. , 
1377 Corairjonwealt?! av. , 
86 St. Eotolph St., 
80 Warrenton st. , 
70 Federal st.. 



1239 



BOSTON, WSDEESDAY, SEPTOiCBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



7?heaton, 

Wheeler, 

Wheeler, 

Wheelock, 

Wielan, 

Wherty, 

Whi taker, 

Whi taker, 

\Vhi taker, 

Whitcomb, 

White, 

White, 

White, 

White, 

Whitman, 

Whitteniore, 

Whitteinore, 

Whitteinore, 

Whitteniore, 

Whitten, 

Whittier, 

Wigetrnan, 

Wiley. 

Wilkins, 

Willey, 

Williams. 

Williama, 

Williairs, 

Williamson, 

Willoughby. 

Winner, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Y/iner, 

Winston, 

Wise, 

Wogan, 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Woodason, 

Woodruff, 

Y/oodson, 

V/oodworth, 



Warren C. 
Arthur E. 
H. Warren 
Arthur F. 
Fenton 
William J. 
Joseph W. 
N. C. 
Robert L. 
Howard 
Frank 
Louis A. 
Carl P. 
Winfred J. 
Charles G. 
Donald L. 
John A. Jr. 
Louis F. 
Theodore P. 
Cecil P. 
Alvin W. 
Max 

Seth H. 
Frank L. 
Y/alter T. 
J. A. 
Joseph H. 
William H. 
Thomas R. 
E. L. 
Joseph 
Allan J. 
Charles L. 
Herbert S. 
Louis E. 
Julius K. 
Harry R. 
John P. 
Gerald T. 
Edward E. Jr. 
Franklin 
WilliaK H. 
Washington 
William 
Todd C. 



200High St., 

88 Pearl st. , 
238 Hemenway st., 
292 Broadway, 

14 Antrim st., E. B.., 
16 Tuttle St. , Dor. , 

403 Washington st., 
7 Temple pi. , 

403 Washington st. , 
31 Pilgrim rd. , 
22 Warrenton st. , 
93 Webster st. , E. B.. 

338 Newbury st. , 

165 Crawford st. , 
50 Congress st., 
18 Howitt rd., W. R. , 
72 Montview st. , W. R. , 
73-75 So. Market st., 

10 Boxford ter., W. R., 
139 Federal st. , 

15 State St. , 

79 W. Cedar st., 
33 state Pt. , 

37 Charles st.. Dor., 
518 Washington st., 

21 Roseland st. , 
95 Summer st. , 
50 Congress st. , 
30 Court St. . 

1 Beacon st. , 
46 Parkvale av. , 

137 High St., 

83 H St., 
200 High St., 

11 Idlewild St., B. D., 

16 V/estminster rd., 

38 Fabyan st. , Dor., 
o4 State st. , 

33 Congress st., 
116 North St., 

272 Allston St., B. D. , 
101 Causeway st., 

2 Finwood Circle. Camb., 

22 Thorndike st. , 

34 Pleasant st., H. P., 



1240 



BOSTON, IKEDIOSSDAY, SEP TOMBJfiR 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licensee 


Granted - concluded 


• 


Wolcovich, 


Sender 


12 


Wolfe, 


Stanton 


33 


Wallace. 


Knight L. 


1 


Wortsraan, 


Max 


39 


Wright, 


G. Herioan 


53 


Wright, 


John J. 


159 


Wrigley. 


Frank H. 


40 


Wyszyneii, 


Wladyelaw 


630 


Yaffe, 


George 


47 


York, 


Albert E. 


11 


Young, 


Alfred J. 


46 


Younger, 


Winthrop p. 


535 


Zervae, 


Manuel A, 


447 


Zoll. 


Hyman 


71 


Zupkouekas, 


Zaph 


192 



Laconia st., 
E. Newton St., 
Beacon st. , 
Harwood st. , Dor. , 
Woodford St., 
Hanover st.,' 
V/ater st., 
Dorchester av. , 
V/yoming st. , 
Hyde st., 
Clinton St., 
Beacon st. , 
Shawraut av. , 
Walnut pk. , 
D St. 



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

Employers. 

Ralph B. Williams, Trustee, 
55.71 Kilby St., 
The Atlantic Works, 

Alfred S. Cox, Treasurer, 
80 Border st. , 
Imperial Amusement Company, 
Patrick P. Lydon, Pres., 
619 Broadway, 
Loring, Coolidge & Noble, Agents 
premises managed by said agents 
located in the City of Boston, 
P. Murray Forbes, Agent, 
The Hamilton, 

260 Clarendon st., 
Webster & Atlas National Bank, 
F. B. Butts, Ass't Cashier, 

cor. Court & Washington sts 
G. M. Wethern Company, 

William E. Harris, Supt. , 
21-27 Temple pi., & 33-37 West 

st. . 



Officers 


• 


Adams , 


Luther P. 


Aiken, 


George E. 


Albee, 


George M. 


Aldrich, 


Elliott W. 


White, 


Bertram H. 


Allen, 


James F. 


Atwood, 


Robert F. 


Avery, 


Edward W. 



\ 



BOSTON, WISDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



1241 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



Employers. 



Beebe, 

Beebe, 

Beebe, 

Butler, 

Beeler, 

Puller, 

Bennett, 



Aylward, 


Thomas D. , 


Berk ov sky, 


Simon ; 


Baasner, 


John G. 


Bader, 


L. V. 


George, 


Ralph F. 


Hoag, 


Rush M. 


Barter, 


V/illiam J. 


Binder, 


Adolph 


Capone, 


Pas quale 


Carey, 


Lawrence J. 


Cox, 


Thomas P. 


Cronin, 


Paul 


Curtis, 


Joseph 


Dolan, 


Charles L. 


Gannon, 


Bernard S. 


Guthrie, 


James P. 


Kirk, 


Henry M. 


Sullivan, 


John J. 


Taylor, 


Charles H,_ 


Beach, 


Lyman E. 


Newton, 


C. Parker 


Bean, 


William K. 



>- 



John H. Jr, 
Junius 0. 
Stuart 
Harold V. 
Fenley S. 
Lorin L. 

Frank T. 



Hailpairns, Lessees, 

S. Berks, General Manager, 
35-4-1 Winter st.. 
United Candy Company, 
P. C. Goodwin, Manager, 
321 North St. , 
Prudential Trust Company, 

William P. Bailey, Treas. , 
83 Summer st. , 
The Ginter Company, 

James C. Duane, Treasurer, 
various warehouses and retail 
stores of said company located 
in the city of Boston, 



Boston Molasses Company, 

Clarence E, Heath, Ass't Treas 
660 Summer st. , 
Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, Agents, 

by F. Murray Forbes, 
60 State St., 29 Commonwealth av 
3-5-7 State St., 212-226 Washing- 
ton St., 99 Commonwealth av., 26 
Clarendon st., 30 Ipswich st., 
399-421 Boylston st., 146 Massa- 
chusetts av., 8 Irvington st., & 
687 Boylston st. , 
Lucius Beebe & Sons, 
by Junius 0. Beebe, 
129-131 South St., 

Franklin Rubber Company, 

L. L. Fuller, Ass't Treas., 
134 Federal st. , 
Lane Bros. Company, 
W. A. Lane, Manager, 
555 Atlantic av . , 



124: 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 

Bennett, John K. 



Bens took. 



Bergen, 

Biester, 

Bowen, 

Collier, 

Curtin, 

Fillmore, 

Glover, 

Greene, 

Jones, 

Onthank, 

Wrigley, 

Berry, 

Brisk, 

Kyle, 

Marshall, 

Milligan, 

Has on, 

Simpson, 

Van Huysen, 

Veazie, 

Bertrand, 



Biggio, 

Blanchard, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Burack, 

Donovan, 

Duncan, 

Edwards, 

Franz, 

Galland, 

Harris, 

Hoban, 

Kelly, 

Maloney, 

Mettler, 

Q,uinn, 



Maxey J. 



William J. 
Ernest L. 
A. Russell 
Victor W. 
Frank S. 
Earl F. 
Gordon W. 
Thomas M. 
William F. 
A. Heath 
Frank H. ^ 
Bernard M. 
Louis M. 
George A. 
Charles L. 
Thomas 
William E. 
James H. 
Harry T. 
Harold K._ 
Alfred W. 



Scollay Sq. Olympia Company, 
Max Shoolman, President, 
3 Treraont row, 
Elpert Brothers, 

by Abraham Elpert, 
76 Hanover st., & 72 Washington 

St. , 
The National Shawmut Bank, 

Alfred L. Aiken, President, 
40 Water st. , 



The Boston Five Cents Savings 
J. W. Holmes, Treasurer, 
30-38 School St. , 



> 



Andrew A. 


George A. 


Mark J. 


Samuel 


Abraham 


Joseph P. 


William F. 


George F. 


William B. 


Mill H. 


Louis 


Timothy E. 


Joseph W. 


Edward L. 


Harry L. 


John S. 



Whitcomb & Company, Agents, 
Devonshire Building, 
10 State St. , 
The Kennedy Company, 

H. A. Burnell, Vice Pres., 
26-36 Summer st., 



1243 



BOSTON. WEDKESDAY, SEPTEMB3R 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 



Employers. 



Rinfret, 

Sauntry, 

Sullivan, 

Varley, 

Blake, 

Clifford, 

De Wolfe, 

Estabrook, 

Johnson, 

Kiley, 

Sullivan, 

Watkins, 

Blunt, 

Harding, 

Nolan, 

Bottomley, 

Bora, 

Jewett, 

Loughman, 

Lane, 

Ronan, 

Marson, 

MacDougall, 

McLeod, 

Rogers, 



Bousquet, 

Hogan, 

Loughlin, 

Hickey, 

MacKay, 

Merriman, 

Monahan, 

Nagle, 

Sellers, 

Sherwin, 

Bowdren, 

Ellis, 

Emerson, 

Stone, 

Walker, 

Brackett, 



B. 
S. 

H. 
A. 



Ludger 
John J. 
William J. 
John F. _ 
Charles 
Michael 
James M 
Herbert 
Charles 
Stephen 
David J. 

Arthur E5 

Walton W. 
John J. 
James E. 
Ernest 
Louis E. 
Frederick L 
George J. 
Frederic T. 
John J. 
Leon A. 
Arthur 
John 
Earle J. 



The Kennedy Company, 

H. A. Burnell, Vice Pres., 
26-36 Summer st. , 

DeWolfe & Fiske Company, 

Arthur E. Watkins, Vice Pres. 
12-20 Franklin st. , 



r 



ir*L. I 
G. Jrf 



Daniel 
John P. 
John J. 
Charles E. 
George A. 
Dana S. 
John S. 
David 
William H. 
Paul U. _ 
Charles H. 
Paul C. 
Archibald 
Charles 
Louis A. 
Harold F. 



Trustees of Massachusetts Auto- 
mobile Club, Francis Peabody, 
Chairman, 100 Stuart st., 
premises located On Coluinbus av., 
•♦ " in Dorchester, 
" " " Hyde Park, 
" M ti Jamaica Plain, 
" •♦ " Dorchester, 

" " " Alls ton 

" "at Upham's Corner, 

" " in Roxbury, 
all approved by F. I. Peckham for 
the F. W. Woolworth Company, 
J, R. Whipple Company, 

Paul U. Sherwin, Director, 
Young's Hotel, Court st., & 
Parker House, 60 School st. , 



Eastern Massachusetts St. Ry. Co. 
R. B. Stearns, V. Pres., 
543 Commercial St., 



Fourth-Atlantic National Bank, 
A. W. Haines, V. Pres., 
53 State St. , 



1244 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 191 9. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Bronski, 



Brookings, 



Brower, 

Purber, 

Goodwin, 

Kirkpatrick, 

Lynd, 

Rich, 

Stearns, 

Taylor, 

Brown, 

Lovett, 

O'Hare, 

Browne, 

Coffin, 

Dawes, 

Graham, 

Haslett, 

Hunt, 

Jordan, 

Maguire, 

Manuel, 

McCarthy, 

Sanborn, 

Skillings, 

Smith, 

Welch, 

Buergerroeier, 

Casto, 

Cressey, 

Finn, 

Woods, 

Burgess, 



Manuel 



Walter F. 



Emory H. 
Harold F. 
Frank C. 
Robert 
Robert J. 
Howard L. 
Alanson B. 
Henry A. . 
Fred W. ] 
John S. C.Jrl 
Martin M. ] 

John 3. 
William E. 
William R. 
Raymond E. 
James C. 
Lewis I. 
Ernest F. 
Henry 
Harold R. 
Joseph A. 
Harold 0. 
Frank A. 
LeRoy 

Harry F. _ 
Orville R. 
Charles E. 
Frank G. 
Patrick J. 
Charles Fj_ 
Thoroas 



Employers. 

T. F. Russell, 

452 Audubon rd. , & Rice 
Building, 10 High st., 
Compton Trust, 

Walter F. Brookings, Mgr., 
161 Devonshire st., 
Lynd- Far quhar Company, 

Robert J. Lynd, President, 
419-425 Atlantic av,, & 82-84 

Purchase st.. 



> 



Farley Harvey & Company, 
by William D. Harvey, 
141-149 Essex St., & 3I Bedford; 

St. , 

F. W. Woolworth Company, 

E. A. Bardel, Ass't Treasurer 
premises of said company located 
in the city of Boston, 



General Baking Company, 

B. S. Ferguson, Manager, 
premises located at 853-879 
Albany St., Hunneraan St., Davis 
pi. , & Colony- pi. , 
Massachusetts Chocolate Company, 
W. W. Cummings, V. President, 
197 Norfolk av. , 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd, 



1245 



special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Capen, 

Gifford, 

Hurley, 

Peachey, 

Carle, 



Carey, 

Craig, 

Eastman, 

Ivison, 

Gott, 

Newbold, 

White, 

Cairns, 

Pancoast, 

Swanson, 

Thompson, 

Chadbourne, 



Chamberlain, 

Corbiere, 

Goodwin, 

Shaw, 

Short, 

Chamberlain, 



Clark, 
Hines, 
Webster, 

Cleveland, 

Patch, 

Taylor, 



Frank F. ) East Boston Gas Company, 
Robert L. ( W. M. Gifford, President, 
Joseph P. I 38 Central sq., & 111 Devonshire 
George H. JrJ st. , 

Frank Hanover Trust Company, 

James E. Farrell, V. Pres. 
132 Hanover st. , 
The National City Co. of Boston, 



William H. 
George W. Jr, 
Richard H. 
Albert A. 
Hollis M. 
T. Jefferson 
Benjamin F 
Thomas 
Fred L. 
John T. 
Frank W. 
Raymond B. 



Henry V. 
James D. 
Ralph L. 
Nathan R. 

John J. 

Horton N. 



Stewart 
John P. 
Frederic W.Jr. 



Fred C. 
Ralph W. ; 
Frank A. ' 



B. F. White, 
10 State 



V. President, 

St.. 



E. B. Badger & Sons Co., 
Erastua B. Badger, 
Pitts St. , 

Fred M. Blanchard by G. W. 
Vaughan, Wool Storage 
Warehouse, 208-2l6 Summer st. & 

246 Summer st. , 
Y. D. Service Garages, Inc., 
J. Dallas Corbiere, Pres., 
341 Newbury st. , 



Northeastern Leather Co., 
Ira Mosher, Treasurer, 
12-14 South St., 23V-241 Albany 
St., & 11-21 Federal st., 
I The Three Millers Company, 
[ F. L. Mller, President, 
I 54-58 Chardon st. , & 51-55 

Pitts St., 
Arthur E. Dorr & Company, Inc., 

Arthur E. Dorr, Treas., 
1-11 Union st., & 2-10 North st. 



3L246 



BOSTON, WEDlv^SSLAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Cody, 
Gardner, 
Myers, 
Coleman, 

Conohan, 
Farrell, 
Stowell, 
Iryder, 



John B. 
Alton T. '] 
Harry L. ' 
Max 



William J. G. 
J. Joseph 
Walter L. 
William B. 



Converse, 


Frank L. 


Coolidge, 


J. R. 3rd 


Corcoran, 


Thomas E. 


Corkery, 
York, 


Herbert T. ) 
Albert E. ) 


Costello, 


Charles P. 


Cotting, 
Lee, 

Tuckerman, 
Coyle, 


Charles E. Jr 
George C. 
John A. 

James M, 


Cronin, 


John J. 


Cunningham, 

Jenney, 

Miller, 

Thompson, 

Wiggin, 


Martin H. 
William T. 
John F. 
E. Barton 
Harry C. 



Employers, 



Delano Potter & Company, 
C. E. Hanscora, 

43-4-5 Commercial st. , 
Max Coleman, Owner, 
42 Sudbury st. , 
H. P. Hood & Sons, 

Charles H. Hood, Pres., 
494. 629, 477-479, 481-495 
Rutherford av., 5-15 Thorndike 
St., 8-24 Allen st., 440-452 
Main st., 22-30 Anson st., 19-24 
St. Mark st., I36 Westbourne ter. 
298 Dorchester st., 1204 Colum- 1 
bia rd. & 66 Whitfield st., | 
Converse &, Company, 
25-27 South St., 
J. R. Coolidge 3rd, 

67 "A" Chestnut st. , I30 
Beacon st. & 303 Berkeley st. 
Waitt & Bond, Inc. , 

Charles B. Waterman, V. Pres. 
716 Columbus av., 
Paine Furniture Company, 
by S. G. Hall, 

81 Arlington st. , 
Charles P. Costello, 
Hotel Puritan, 

290 Commonwealth av., 
) Lee Higginson & Company 
[ George J. Lee, Partner, 
) 44 State st., 

Keith Bijou Theatre, 

R. M. Oilman, Manager, 
545 Washington st. , 
Trinity Court Pharmacy 
Ruth Lev e en, Manager, 

161 Dartmouth st. , 
Eastern Drug Company', 

Bernard Jenney, Treasurer, 
14 Fulton St. , 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTSiiiBER 10, I919, 



Contd. 



1247 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers, 



Curley, 



Curnane, 
Malley, 

Curtis, 



Dalton, 
Devoe, 

Daly, 

Ellinwood, 
Field, 
Danforth, 



Dav i 3 , 

Mahoney, 

Remington, 

Seevak, 

Deady, 

Maitland, 



Dick, 
Wheeler, 

Ditmars, 
Whitaker, 



Donovan, 



Cavanaugh, 

Downs , 

Fox, 

Johnson, 

Lanib, 

Marks, 



Edward D. 



Chester A. 

0. Frank 

Nelson Jr. 



Harry E. 
Stephen J 

Walker W. 
C. Howard 
Howard Jr. 
John C. 



William H. 
Peter T. 
John T. 
Louis N. 
Eugene T. 
Robert A. 



John R. ] 
Clifton H] 

Robert L. 
William L. 



Joseph F. 



George J. 
John G. 
Charles M 
John J. 
Charles 
John D. 



} 



Algonquin Club, 

Edward D. Curley, Manager, 
217 Commonwealth av., 
D. H. Posner, 

William J. Vflierty, Mgr. , 
29 School St., 
Wm. M. Flancers Company, 

G. G. Stevens, Treasurer, 
48-49 India st. , I33 Broad st. & 

5 Export St. 
Conway Leather Company, 
Albert R. Moulton, 
157 South St., 
Boston Young Men's Christian 
Association, Arthur S. Johnson, 
Pres., 312-320 Huntington av., 
Beal Bros. & John C. Danforth, 
Owners, 448-452 Audubon rd. , & 
14-34 Medfield st., 
Boston City Club, 

Roy L. Westcott, Manager, 
12-14 Somerset st. & 2-4-6-8-10 
Ashburton pi. , 
S. H. Davis Company, 

E. Z. Davis, Treasurer, 
31-35 Sudbury st., & 68-72 
Portland st. , 
A. Stowell Sc Company, Inc., 
A. D. Cook, Vice Pres. , 
24 Winter st. , 
I Warren F. Witherell Company, 
I Augustus A. Fales, Director, 
91 Causeway st. , 205-207 Port- 
land St., 197-201 Portland st. , 
Donovan Brothers, 

John H. Casey, Attorney, 
44-46 South St., 
The Brockway-Smith Corporation, 
J. H. Osborn, V. Pres., 

465 Medford St., C. D. , 



1248 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, I919, 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 
Evans, Churchill C. 



Employers. 



Fallen, 


Norman T. 


Sanborn, 


Charles 


Flaherty, 


John J. 


Hinxman, 


Raymond E. 


Irving, 


George A. 


McClafferty, 


John 0. 


McKe nna , 


Michael A. 


McKenney, 


Charles J. 


Shealey, 


Timothy J. 


Smith, 


Peter G. 


Flint, 


Russell A. 


MacKinnon, 


Matthew W. 


Sturges, 


William H. 


Forbes, 


Edward P. 


Hannever, 


Grover C. 


Hillen, 


John J. 


Foster, 


L. F. 


Fowler, 


Henry B. 


Harbour, 


William C. 


O'Reilly, 


Herbert F. 


Rogan, 


Thomas ?. 


Tumble ty, 


peter E. 


Foye, 


Thomas L. 


Navin, 


John F. 


Puller, 


Samuel A. 


Pratt, 


Earl W. 


Pratt, 


Ezra ?. 


Taylor, 


George H. 


Gray, 


Oscar C. 


Gallagher, 


Edward M. 


Gibbons, 


William H. 


Goodhue, 


Felix G. 


Maguire, 


John J. 


Maguire, 


William T. 



Marcellus S. Ayer, Owner, 

Exeter St. Theatre, 
cor. Newbury Sc Exeter sts.. 
Wolf's "My Clothier" 
Bernard M. Wolf, Lessee, 

cor. Hanover & Portland sts. 
General Baking Company, 

Frank R. Shepard, Manager, 
premises bounded by Bunker Hill, 
Edgeworth, Jackson & Ferrin sts., 



Liberty Trust Company, 

George B. Wason, President, 
197 Washington st., 
Farrington Manufacturing Co., 
H. J. Farrington, Gen'l Mgr., 
23 Vale St., 
Simmons College, 
Henry Lefavour, President, 
Fenway, 
Columbian National Life Ins. Co. 

Joseph Balch, Director, 
77-87 Franklin St., & 88 Arch st. 



Frank Carle, 

380-282 & 284 Dartmouth st., 
Ezra F. Pratt, | 

Pratt Building, 
cor. Washington, Bennet & Ash sts, 



Charles A. Phelan & Company, 
Charles A. Phelan, 
99 State st. , 
Thayer McNeil Company, 

Harold F. McNeil, Treasurer, 
47 Temple pi. & 15 West St., 



I 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919 • 



Contd. 



1249 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 

Gleason, Al'bert J. A. 



Goodnow, 


Charles N. 


Packard, 


Donald K. 


Rising, 


Haney B. 


Walton, 


William H. 


Grant, 


George A. 


MacTaggart, 


Harry M. 


Meehan, 


George 


Pitkin, 


William W. 


Ryder, 


William C. 


Upton, 


Joseph M. 


Grover, 


Charles S. 



Gustin, 


Henry 0. 


Gustin, 

McGeough, 


John A. 

George F. 


Hagan, 


Fred N. 


Hall. 


Aldis 0. 


Hall, 


George P. 


Hvealey, 


Herman E. 



approved "by His Honor the Mayor 
& Charles E. Ware Jr., Sec, 
Liberty Hall, 
Boston Common. 
Harris, Forbes & Co. Inc., 
E. A. Cowdrey, Cashier, 
offices in John Hancock Building, 

178 Devonshire st., 
Davidson Rubber Company, 1 
C. B. Houghton, Clerk, I 
50 Brighton st. , C. D. , 



American Railway Express Co., 

W. A. Morris, Superintendent, 
premises in North & South 
Stations, I90 Portland St., 27 
Otis St., 43 Franklin st., 791 
Tremont st. , 3^3 Congress St., 
30 Dorchester av., & Compton, 
Village & Lucas sts., 
H. Hooper Lawrence, Agent, 
Garden Building, 
248 Boylston st., 
Terminal Wharf & Railroad Ware- 
house Co., S. G. Spear, Treas. 
cor. Terminal & Medford sts., 
Chickering & Sons, 

G. R. Mance, Manager, 
169 Tremont st., 
Aldis 0. Hall, Lessee, 

814-816 Washington st. & 2^0 
Huntington av . , 
Jones, McDuffee & Stratton Co., 
Theodore Jones, President, 
33 Franklin st., 
Henry Goddard, Ass't Minister, 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 
136 Tremont st.. 



1250 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Heath, 
Kennedy, 

Hervey, 
Howe, 

Holbrook, 



Jackson, 
Roberts, 

Jones, 

Stevens, 

Kennedy, 



Isanti gna. 
Lawless, 

Leonard, 
Way, 

Leventhal, 
Lincoln, 



Lloyd, 
McAdams , 
Ramsey, 

Lowell, 



Charles E. ) 
James J, ) 

Chester A. ) 
Henry E. ) 

William E. 



George P. ) 
William F. ) 

Girard N. ) 
William P. ) 

Edward F. 



Edward P. 



Edward C. 



Thomas H. 
Bernard J. 

Israel 



Charles E. 



William A. 
Thomas J. 
Emmor 

James B. 



Employers. 

Washington St. Olyrapia Co., 
Max Shoolman, President, 
658 Washington st. , 
Goes & Young Company, 

W. E. Young, President, 
18-20 School St. & 8-10 Avery st 
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co., 
A. K. Simpson, Manager, 
70 Kilby St., 
H. S. & M. W. Snyder, Inc., 
John J. Franie, Sec, 
65 South St., 
Merchants Co-operative Bank, 
A. E. Duffill, Treasurer, 
51 Cornhill, 
Jays, Inc., 

Jay Abrams, Treas., 
11-19 Temple pi. , 
J. W. Brown & Company, 

H. M. Stonemetz, Partner, 
53 State St., 
T. D. Cook & Co. , Inc. , 

W, F. Cook, Treasurer, 
150 Boylston st., 4-g- Boylston pi, 

& 1-9 Townsend pi., 
Cojnraission on Waterways & Public 
Land, Stephen P. Kurd, Supt. , 
Commonwealth Pier 1, E. B. , 
William Sheiawald, Owner, 
Fosa Shoe Company, 
70 Tremont st.. 
Technology Chambers, 

Samuel P. Seymour, Manager, 
8 Irvington st. , 
) Lovell & Covel Company, 
( W. E. Covel, Treasurer, 
) 124-140 Fulton st. , & 7-8 Com- 
mercial st, , 
New England Foundation Co. Inc. 
101 Chestnut st. , 



1251 



BOSTON, WEDIJESDAY, SEP TEiiOiJiai 10, l')!'^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 



Mahoney, 



Malone, 

Marsh, 

Roeenf ield, 

Martin, 

McDerraott, 

Wendell, 

Mason, 

Murphy, 

Murphy, 

Peaslee, 

Maxwell, 



McDermott, 



MacDonald, 



McDonough, 



McDuffee, 



Prieeing, 

MacGregor, 

Plummer, 

MacMillan, 



McSweeney, 
Zabriskie, 



John R. 



Ernest P. ) 
Frederick Vif. ( 



Gerald J. 
William J 
Roger 
Auburn D. 
Arthur ) 
Cornelius E. ( 
Richard ( 
V7endell M. ) 
Robert S, 



Francis A. 



Richard H. 



Bernard A. 



George F. 



Gustave W. 
William 
Norris B. 
L. W. 



Gerald L. ) 
Allen J. ) 



Market Trust Company, 

James H. Dalton, Manager, 
13^ Brighton av. , 
F. Vorenberg Company, 

Felix Vorenberg, President, 
13-lij Winter st., 
Penn Realty Trust, 

James Solomont, Trustee, 
24 Milk St., 
Federal Color & Chemical Co., 
Frank Evans, Owner, 
7-21 Nay st. , E. E., 

A. W. Perry by Charles D. 

Kidder, Supt. , White Building: 
515 Washington st., 
Joseph E. Greene Co. Inc., 
Joseph E. Greene, Treas., 
111-113-115 Federal st., 
Aspinwall Sc Codman, Agents, 

H. P. MacDonald, Supt. , 
State Mutual Building, 50 Con- 
gress St., & Central Building, 

70 State St. , 
Bankers Realty Company, 

\V. H. McCarthy, Supt., 
245 State St., and Atlantic 
avenue from State to Central 
St., property known as the 

Brewer Building, 
Whitehead Metal Products Co., 
Charles F. Toppan, Treas., 
67-73 V/ashington st.Korth, 
Trimount Manufacturing Co., 

Charles C. Ely, Treasurer, 
55-71 Amory st. , 
Osborn MacMillen Inc., 
L. W. MacMillen, V. Pres., 
25-27 Jersey st., 
Richards & Company, 

R. T. White, Treasurer, 
200 Causeway st., 
& Eastern Metal & Refining Co., 
66 Roland st., C. D. 



1252 



BOSTOII, ^DNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I^IV- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers. Employers. 

Miller, John E. 



Mitchell. 

Savery, 

Sawyer, 

White, 

Montle, 



Morley, 
Munroe, 

Murphy , 
Newman, 



David A. ) 
J. Luther { 
George E. Jr( 
Walter H. ) 
Thomas F. 



Martin 



George F. 



Timothy 



John C. 



Noether, Carl F. ) 

Fitzgerald, James ( 

Fitzgerald, Thomas M. ) 

Norton, Gustavus A. 



Noyes, 

Osborn, 

Osborne, 

Osborn, 



Paige, 
Seaver, 

Smith, 



Willard F. 

George L. 
George A. 
Joseph \Y. 



Thomas 0. 
Walter E. 
P. H. 



George H. Wahn Co., 

George H. Wahn, Treas., 
69-71 High St., 
Charles E. Lauriat Co., 
I. R. Webber, V. Pres., 
385 V/ashington St., 

The Dorr Company, 

Arthur E. Dorr, President, 
132 Canal St., 
Library Bureau, 

R. G, Eaton, Office Manager, 
43 Federal st. , 
Mercantile Produce Co., 
M. F. Lane, President, 
Mercantile Market, 
Clinton st., 
Stuart-Rowland Company, 
G. M. Stuart, Treas., 
232-234 Congress st., 
Aronson, The Furrier, Inc., 
by Simon Aronson, 
41 West St. , 
Boston Wharf Company, 

J. B. Russell, Treas. , 
259 Summer st. , 
Sarah C. Sears, Owner, 

1? Arlington st. , 
Journal Building Trust, 

A. S. Noyes, Supt. , 
262-268 Washington st. & 4-6 

V/ater st. . 
George L. Osborn, President, 
Osborn-MacMillan, Inc. , 
25-27 Jersey st. , 
Overseers of the Poor, 
W. H. Hardy, Secretary, 
43 Hawkins st. , 
Richard deB. Boardman, 
Scollay Building, 
40 Court St. , 
Brunswick Hotel Company, 

Thomas 0. Paige, Manager, 
Boylston st. cor. Clarendon st. 



125 



v> 



BOSTOH, V/EDlJESDAY, SEPTlilffiER 10, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers. 
Peasley, James Ph. 



Employers. 



Pfieffer, 



Pickering, 



Pollard, 
Woodason, 



Powdrell, 
Rams dell , 
Powell, 
Read, 



Rector, 

Stephan, 



Richards, 
Richarde, 

Rollins, 

Rome, 

Ross, 

Wallack, 

Williams, 



Charles P. 



Arthur L. 



F. Wilder 
William H. 



Pred A. 

Marcus L. 
Raymond J. 
John B. 



Rob R. ) 
George W, ) 



Arthur S. 
Irving W. 

John P. 

Herman 

Maurice A. 
Abraham D. 
Adin E. 



Boston Tavern, Inc., 

Archie E. Hurlburt, Pres. , 
2-4 Ordway pi, , 
A. L. Wolffe, M3.nager, 
Nickelodeon Theatre, 
51 Kanover at. , 
Consolidated Rendering Co., 

E. A. Simpson, Agent, 
40 Bo. Market st. , 

Wood, Pollard Company, 

F. Wilder Pollard, Pres., 
101 & 113 Causeway at., & 14 

Coromonweal th av . , 
J. K. Taylor Manufacturing Co., 
Fred A. Powdrell, Pres., 
"j,^ Elm St. , 
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 

J. M. Porter, Purchasing 
Agent, 53 & 131 State st., 
Mark Cross Company, 

James E. Dol liver, Mgr., 
145.145 "A" Tremont st., 
William Read & Sons, Inc., 
J. B. Read, President, 
364 Washington st., 
T. K. Wheeler Company, 

L. B. Noyes, President, 
Clinton Market, 

93-101 Clinton st. , 
Arthur S. Richards, Ass't Mgr., 

48 Boylston st., 
Armour & Company, 

U. P. Adams, Manager, 
109 Berkeley st., 
E. H. Rollins & Sons, 

Charles E. Carlton, Treas., 
2C0 Devonshire st. 
Herman Rome, Owner, 

42 Sudbury st., 
Sam A. Beckhard & Company, 
L. Vif. Beckhard, Owner, 
297 Washington st. , 



1254 



BOSTON, WEDHESDAY, SEPTEIffiER 10, 19iy. 



Contd, 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 


Rudolph, 


Ray E. 


Ryan, 


William J. 


Scott, 


Albert W» 


Scott, 


Clarence W. 


Sederaky, 


David H. 


Shaughnessy, 


Matthew F. 


Sheerin, 


Owen F. 


Silvano, 


Filippo 


Soland, 


George W. 


Spencer, 


Harry L. 


Stewart, 


Carson H. 


Stodder, 


Louis N. 


Wheeler, 


Arthur E. 


Stoner, 


J. Carlton 


Testa, 


Genaro L. 


Tierney, 


John 



Employers. 

Frank Carle, 

Hotel Vendome, 
Commonwealth av. cor. Dartmouth 

8t. , 

Al A. Rosenbush & Company, 
S. A. Rosenbush, 
146-154 Lincoln st., 
Charles J. Rich, Manager, 
Colonial Theatre, 
100 Boylaton st. , 
Paul M. Hamlen, Agent, 
"The Tudor" 

cor. Beacon & Joy sts., 
David K. Sedersky, Owner, 

296 Columbus av,, 
Matthew F. Shaugyineaay , 
Whitten Garage, 

1676 Dorchester av., 
Walton Lunch Company, 

Frank F. Forsythe, Treas., 
premises of said company 

located in City of Boston, 
Engel-Cone Shoe Company, 

Erwin M. Cone, Attorney, 
cor. Porter & Orleans sts., E.B. 
Royal Laundry Co. Inc., 

Francis H. Foster, Treas., 
4-6 Alden ct. , 
Kraft, Bates & Spencer, Inc., 
by Harry L. Spencer, 
156 Boylston st. , 
Folsom Engraving Company, 
L. B. Folsom, Treasurer, 
88 pearl st. , 
The Swinehart Tire & Rubber Co. 
by F. L, Black, 

62 Brookline av. , 
Commission on Waterways & Public 
Land, by Stephen P. Hurd,Supt., 
29-31 Marginal St., 
East Boston Savings Bank, 
Alvin P. Johnson, Treasurer, 
16 Maverick sq. , 



1255 



BOSTON, VffiDNESDAY, SEPTEIIBER 10, l^ly. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Officers. 



Thorne, 

True, 

Warren, 

Whi te , 

Wiite, 

Whittier, 

Williamson, 

Woodfin, 

Stubbs, 



Budd D. 
Richard 5. 
Harold 11. 
Carl P. 
William 
Charles A. 
Thomas R. 
Edward R. 
Joseph T. 



Employers. 

A. W. perry by Charles D. 
Kidder, Albany Building, 
179 Lincoln st. , 
Jr. R. S. True Jr., President, 
Francis Doane & Co. Inc. , 
114-116 State St. , 
Franklin Savings Bank, 

George D. Alden, Ass't Treas. , 
6 Park sq. , 
Motor Car Service Co., 

Ralph C. Glidden, Pres., 
338 Newbury st. , 
William ViOiite, 
Olympic Theatre, 
6 Bowdoin sq. , 
Manufacturers Trading Corp'n, 
F. D. Ford, Ass't Treas., 
55 Elm St., 
United States Trust Company, 
S. A. Ratshesky, Treas., 
30 Court St. , 
Stanley Sumner, Gen'l Mgr. , 
Alls ton Theatre, 

Brighton av. , B. D. 
Theatres Company of Boston, 
A. L. Erlanger, President, 
Tremont Theatre, 
176 Tremont st. 



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



Appointed September 9, 1919. 



Alexander, 
Armstrong, 
Barber, 



Clifford G. 
Franklin A. 
Guy W. 

Friary, 



Dav i 8 , 
Dolloph, 
Donahoe, 
Peter Jr. 



Walter M. 
Gilbert 0. 
Ernest L. 



1256 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEliBER 10, 1919. Concluded. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded, 



Doody, 

Feeley, 

Foster, 

Green, 

Grindley, 

Gurry, 

House, 

Kimball , 



Atwood, 

Brown, 

Duncan, 

Flaherty, 

Gallat;}-ier, 

Hall, 

Hinxman, 

Hoban, 

Irving, , 

Leventlaal, 

Miller, 



Appointed September 9» - concluded. 



Edward P. 
Jauie s J . 
Carl A. C. 
John F. 
James J. 
William J. 
Theodore W. 
Earl A. 

Young, 



MacDonald, 
Maguire, 
Morrissey, 
Murphy , 
Newell, 
Sullivan, 
Ti miner man, 
Wheeler, 
LeRoy M. 



Appointed September 10, I^IV* 



Robert F. 
Fred W. 
William F. 
John J. 
Edward M. 
George P. 
Raymond E. 
Timothy E. 
George A. 
Israel 
John E. 



McClafferty, 

McKenna, 

McKenney, 

O'Hare, 

Paige, 

Read, 

Seaver, 

Shealey, 

Smi th , 

Smith, 

Williamson, 



Edward N. 
John E. 
James H. 0. 
Edward H. 
Clinton L. 
Edward J. 
Frank Jr. 
Fenwick E. 



John 0. 
Michael A. 
Charles J. 
Martin M. 
Thomas 0. 
J. B. 
V/alter B. 
Timothy J . 
Peter G. 
R. H. 
Thomas R. 



Attest: 



Chief Cle 



fe" 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Thursday, September 11, 1919, 



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

The records of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday last were 
read and approved. 



1257 



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

His Excellency the Governor has issued the following 
order which in obedience to his orders and by his instructions, I 
promulgate: 

"THE COMMOIA'/EALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEWT 

Boston, September IC, 1919. 

"To Edwin U. Curtis, 

As you are Police Commissioner of the City of Boston. 

Executive Order IJo. 1. 

You are hereby directed, for the purpose of assist- 
ing me in the performance of my duty, pursuant to the procla- 
mation issued by me this day, to proceed in the performance 
of your duties as Police Commissioner of the city of Boston 
under my command and in obedience to such orders as I shall 
issue from time to time, and obey only such orders as I may 
so issue or transmit. 



CALVIN COOLIDGE, 
Governor of Massachusetts." 



1258 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19iy, 



Contd. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Conunission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill 300 vacancies in the 
position of Patrolman with pay at the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) 
Dollars per annum. 



Dorchester, for 
granted for the 



The application of Henry P. Sahl, 



a Hackney Carria4i,e Driver's 
year ending June 30, 1^20. 



47 Elmo 
License 



street, 
^^60 was 



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. 

St. Luke »s rd. , B. D. , 
Bynner at. , 
State St. , 
Huntington av. , 
Washington st. , 
Greenork St., D. D., 
Thayer st., 
Algonquin at. , 
Devonshire St., 
Hawthorne st., 
Cawfield St., Dor., 
Corapton St., 
Fenno st. , 
Huntington av. , 
Thompson st. , 
Moreland St., Roxbury, 
Huntington av. , 
Broadway, 
Washington st., 
Atlantic av . , 
Thetford av. , D. D. , 
Thetford av. , 
Temple pi. , 
Callender st., 
Wayland st., D. D. , 
Hancock st. , Dor. , 
Washington st. , 



Abbott, 


Charles P. 


21 


Adams, 


Charles B. 


22 


Adams , 


Ellsworth S. 


53 


Adams , 


Gabriel E. J. 


881 


Ahearn, 


Charles F. 


450-472 


Alch, 


Maurice S. 


37 


Alden, 


John 


58 


Alexander, 


Frank W. 


41 


Allen, 


John M. 


85 


Allen, 


Richard J. 


46 


Anderson, 


Fred C. 


6 


Anderson, 


Richard 


72 


Andrews, 


Alonzo F. 


16 


Appeltofft, 


Eric I. N. 


72 


Ardini, 


Stephen A. 


b 


Armstrong, 


Franklin A. 


101 


Arnold, 


Seth F. 


92 


Athanacelous, 


Alkiviades H. 


238 


Atwood, 


F. W. 


595 


Atwood, 


William F. 


255 


Arzillo, 


Carlo F. 


26 


Arzillo, 


Doraenico 


26 


Bacon, 


Herbert M. 


36 


Backer, 


Harry 


159 


Bahn, 


Coleman 


48 


Bailey, 


Frederick J. 


40 


Baird, 


J. 


450-472 



1259 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Baker, 

Baker, 

Baker, 

Bates, 

Baldwin, 

Baren, 

Barnard, 

Barney, 

Barnsley, 

Barnum, 

Borre, 

Barrett, 

Barry, 

Bartlett, 

Batchelder, 

Batchelder, 

Bates, 

Bates, 

Bausch, 

Begwood, 

Belcher, 

Belgard, 

Bell, 

Bell, 

Belville, 

Bennett, 

Bennett, 

Bennett, 

Benstock, 

Berenson, 

Berman, 

Berman, 

Benning, 

Bernstein, 

Beville, 

Blackmore, 

Blackwood, 

Blake, 

Blossom, 

Bohlin, 

Borns, 

Bou:na, 

Boyle, 



Edmund J. 
Frank I . 
William H. 
Walter 
Walter H. 
Sara 

Louis I. 
Charles H. 
Edgar A. 
Dana D. 
Peter C. 
Harry V/. 
T. F. 
A. Morand 
W. A. 

William C. 
Roscoe E. 
Sanford 
George 
William H. 
Prank W. 
Max 

Colin H. 
Edward H. 
Fred H. 
Edward L. 
John K. 
Oliver E. 
Maxey J. 
Mashie 
Samuel A. 
Saul 

William J. 
Isaac H. 
Harry S. 
Arthur E. 
Samuel N. 
Arthur 
Irving L. 
Oscar C. 
Abram 
John L. 
Edward G. 



Jr. 



Jr. 



26 
264 

28 

989 
227 

840 

185 

42 

24 

10 

239 

78 

86 

177 

121 

41 

81 

13 

33 

11 

450-472 

450-472 

120 

78 

63 

1699 

49 

97 

1 
1 

15 
71 
16 

14 

1407 

50 

30 

150 

134 

38 



Adelaide st. , 
Bay State rd. , 
State St. , 
Commonweal th av . , 
Park St., W. R. , 
Sal em s t . , 
Beacon st. , 
Devonshire st. , 
Mendelssohn st., Ros., 
West St. , 
Humphreys St., 
Causeway st. , 
Francis St., Roxbury, 
Washington st., 
Tremont st. , 
Medford st. , C. D. , 
Wormwood st. , 
Bushnell st.. 
Chestnut av. , 
State st. , 
Summer st. , 
Castle rd. , Roxbury, 
Washington st. , 
Washington st., 
Boylston st., 
Devonshire st., 
Astor St., 
Washington st.. 
Union st., 
St. Stephens st., 
Normandy st. , Rox. , 
Normandy st., Rox., 
Claxton st. , 
Homestead st., Rox., 
Rosemont rd., Dor., 



Coleman st. , 
Conunonweal th 
Kilby St., 
State St., 
Orleans st., 
W. Sixth St., 
Hawley st. , 
Federal st.. 



Dor. , 
av. . 



E. B. 



1260 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Brack, 

Brackett, 

Bradley, 

Brads treet, 

Brady, 

Brazel, 

Brennan, 

Brett, 

Brewer, 

Brewer, 

Brickman, 

Broadbent, 

Broad'bent, 

Brodie, 

Bronski, 

Brophey, 

Brorver, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Btown, 

Browne, 

Brov/ne, 

Buckley, 

Burman, 

Burke, 

Burns, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Cadigan, 

Calderwood, 

Callahan, 

Cajnpagna , 

Canipbell, 

CappucclQ, 

Cappuccio,, 

Carbone, 

Carlesa, 

Carlton, 

Caro, 

Carpenter, 

Car rick. 



Frank X. I88 

George R. 17 

Harry J. 6I6 

William D. 126 

John W. 8 

Wellington S. 487 

Daniel W. 65 

A. Leo 96 

D. Chauncey 41 

Edwin 0. 120 

Morris ^A 

Joel 35 

Joseph H. 1 

John M. 39 

Manuel 10 

Thornas P. I60 

Carl 164 

Prank M. 81 

Waldo H. 150 

Ralph W. 15 

Winthrop Jr. 12 

Francis I. 73 

Robert A. 81 

Matthew J. 5 

Hyman 12^ 

John M. 156 

Herbert E. 36 

Charles E. 11 

Charles R. I892 

Ri chard 21 

W. M. 486 

John M. 16 

Edward S. 223 

Thoioas P. 29 
Themistocles V. 131 

Harold J. 126 

Frisco 28 

Peter 334 

Nicolo 10 

Frank W. V. 88 

Charles E. 200 

Thomas 70 

Horace D. I68 

Harvey A. 487 



Roxbury, 
I J • F • i 



D. 



B. D. 



Room 92, 



Dudley st. , 
St. Johnst. 
Treraont st., 
Berkeley st. , 
Columbus sq. , 
Rutherford av. , 
Parsons st., B. 
Bay State rd. , 
Bay State rd. , 
Selden st. , Dor. 
Munroe st. , Rox. 
Waltham st. , 
Brattle sq.. 
Ivy St., 
High st . , 
Washington st. 
Strathraore rd. 
Arlington st. , 
Devonshire st. 
Durham st. , 
Caldwell st. , C. D. , 
Tremont st.. Room 91I, 
Arlington st., 
Whitney pi. , 
Homestead st. , 
porter st. , E. B. , 
Temple pi. , 
Haviland st. , 
Beacon s t. , 
Ballard St., 
Beacon st. , 
Algonquin st. , 
Warren st., Roxbury, 
Walnut av., Roxbury, 
Warren av. , 
Milk St. , 
Prince st.. 
Beacon St., 
Chesterfield st. , 
Pearl st., 
Devonshire st. , 
Batavia st., 
Eliot St., 
Rutherford av. , 



1261 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEKBER 11, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Carrigan, 

Carroll, 

Carver, 

Casey, 

Cass, 

Casto, 

Catharin, 

Cathie, 

Chamberlain, 

Chamberlain, 

Champlin, 

Chandler, 

Chandler, 

Cha tman , 

Chapman , 

Chase, 

Cheney, 

Cherribini, 

Christensi, 

Christian, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

Clasen, 

Cleveland, 

Clymer, 

Cobb, 

Codman, 

Cohen, 

Cohen, 

Colbert, 

Colby, 

Coleman, 

Colley, 

Collins, 

Colson, 

Corning, 

Commins, 

Condon, 

Cone, 

Cone, 

Cone, 

Conig, 

Conig, 



William G. 
William J. 
Charles S. 
Edmund J. 
John W. 
Charles E. 
Seward R. 
Richard 
Henry V. 
William T. 
Edgar R. 
George 
proctor 
Lilian A. 
Robert E. L. 
George H. 
Frederick A. 
Joseph 
Kiles 
Alonzo 
Aura J. 
Charles A. 
Gentry 
Harold J. 
John H. 
Harry N. 
Chester A. 
George 
Clarence M. 
Edmund D. 
Abraham B. 
Morris A. 
John H. 
Ernest 0. 
Vernon E. 
William H. 
Patrick G. 
C. Albert 
Edward P. 
Michael J. 
William M. 
Erwin M. 
Murray A. 
Russell A. 
Bartholoraew H, 
John D. 



av. , 

Dor. , 



194 Lexington st. , 

179 Chestnut av., J. P., 

238 Huntington av . , 

38 Hawley st. , 
238 Huntington av, 
176 Ruthven st., Roxbury, 
356 Washington st, , 
216 High St. , 

99 Norway st. , 

10 Kenmore st. , 
333 Commonwealth 

18 Lindsey st., 

16 Harcourt st. , 
452 Audubon rd. , 
131 State St., 

74 Chandler st. , 
200 Congress st., 
151 Richmond St., 

70 Batavia st., 

34 Clarendon st. , 
133 South St. , J. P. , 
403 Washington St., 
322 Hyde Park av. , 

68 Gardner St., B. D. , 

37 Leon St. , Roxbury, 
89 Clarkson st.. Dor., 

38 Wareham st. , 
126 Bay State rd. , 

10 Post Office sq. , 
141 Beacon st. , 

38 StanWood st. , Roxbury, 
21 McLean st. , 

34 May field st.. Dor., 
403 Washington st., 
16 "A" Ashburton pi., 
54 Revere st. , 
3529 Washington st., 

14 Fessenden st., J. P., 
200 Devonshire st., 

477 Harrison av . , 

47 Chestnut st., C. D. , 
120 Babcock St., Brook., 
120 Babcock st.. Brook., 

39 Olando av., Winthrop, 

15 Parkvale av., B. D. , 
236 Newbury st. , 



1262 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 19iy. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses 


Granted - contd. 






Conley, 


Martin P. 


450. 


-472 Washington st.. 


Connor, 


John J. 


4 


Victor St. , Dor. , 


Contoa, 


Gregory 


578 


Blue Hill av., 


Converse, 


Prank L. 


27 


South St. , 


Coolidge, 


Joseph R. 3rd. 


67 


"A" Chestnut St., 


Coonley, 


Howard 


800 


E. First St., 


Cope, 


Frederick W. 


621 


E. First St., 


Copp, 


John 


98 


So. Market st., 


Costello, 


John J. 


27 


Telegraph st.. 


Cote, 


Harry 


Copley Plaza Hotel, Copley 


Cotter, 


John 


12 


Caldwell st. , C. D. , 


Coughlin, 


Thomas A. 


^93 


Cambridge st. , B. D. , 


Craft, 


Kenneth P. 


78 


Devonshire st., 


Craig, 


Arthur B. 


265 


Tremont st. , 


Cressey, 


Prank G. 


7 


Pairland st., Roxbury, 


Cribbie, 


George W. 


178 


Devonshire st.. 


Croke, 


Joseph T. 


606 


Third St., 


Cromwell, 


R. J. 


29 


Catherine st.. 


Crosby, 


William E. 


394 


Atlantic av. , 


Crossfield, 


Kendall C. 


409 


Huntington av. , 


Crowley, 


Charles V. 


14 


Pulton St., 


Crowley, 


Harry A. 


18 


Leyland st.. 


Crowley, 


John J. 


34 


Bardwell st., J. P., 


Cunningham, 


Francis W. 


80 


St. James av . , 


Cummings, 


Charles H. 


I486 


Tremont st., 


Cuneo, 


John A. 


116 


Warren st., B. D. , 


Curry, 


Frank B. 


?2 


S. Dedham st. , 


Curless, 


Frank W. F. 


88 


Pearl st.. 


Daley, 


J. E. 


435 


Columbia rd. , 


Daley, 


Robert W. 


11 


Q,uint av. , B. D. , 


Daniels, 


Edwin L. 


55 


Elm St., 


Dav i 3 , 


Max 


27 


Hansborough st.. 


DaRue, 


Peter J. 


259 


Washington st., 


Davidson, 


Ralph R. 


5 


Inwood St. , Dor. , 


Dav i s , 


Harold A. 


27 


Dane st. , J. P. , 


Dav i s , 


Israel W. 


27 


Lowell St., 


Dav i a , 


Jacob 


27 


Lowell St., 


Dav i s , 


William P. 


66 


Rob inwood av., J. P., 


Davison, 


Arthur H. 


564 


Washington st., Dor., 


Dawson, 


Reginald L. 


450-472 


Washington st.. 


Day, 


T. P. G. 


141 


Tremont St., 


Deehan, 


John W. 


148 


State St., 


Delano, 


Raymond P. 


28 


Mather s t. , 


Desmond, 


William D. Jr. 


131 


E. Cottage st. , 


Dexter, 


Arthur E. 


247 


Columbia rd. , 


Dickerman, 


Louis 


43 


Chelsea st., C. D. , 



sq, 



1263 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMHER 11, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Dimes, 


Richard 


22 


Doane , 


Foster P. 


8 


Doherty, 


James C* 


31 


Dolan, 


Frank H. 


45 


Donovan, 


James H. 


273 


Donovan, 


James J. 


23 


Dorr, 


Frank I . 


350-362 


Dowe, 


Fred W. 


11 


Downes, 


Edwin C. 


182 


Dovms, 


John G. 


43i 


Drew, 


Lyle W. 


230 


Driscoll, 


William B. 


726 


DucJcworth, 


William 


60 


DuTain, 


Benjamin H. 


203 


Dubreuil, 


Augusts E. 


5 


Duffee, 


George P. 


561 


Durant , 


Harry K. 


78 


Dutra, 


John L. 


79 


DuVally, 


Alice B. 


57 


Eastman, 


Melville R. 


. 142 


Egan, 


John 0. 


42 


Ekstrom, 


Hugo L. 


32-46 


Bldridge, 


William H. 


40 


Ellis, 


Harry C. 


41 


Elpert, 


Abraham 


76 


Enos, 


John M. 


11 


Ernest,. 


Charles 


40 


Ewart , 


Frank A. 


55 


Pacone, 


Alfonso D. 


20 


Pair, 


Frederick W. 


60 


Falconer, 


James 


530 


Parrel 1, 


James E. 


31 


Paimce , 


Charles M. 


3 


Paunce, 


John R. 


1407 


Pedeson, 


John 


194 


Pelch, 


Lewis P. 


1069 


Pell, 


A. W. 


14 


Fenton, 


Ralph 0. 


17 


Penton, 


Richard L. 


8 


Ferry, 


Edmund J. 


15 


Pinberg, 


Charles 


129 


Finkelstein, 


Meyer 


30 


Pinkovitch, 


Arthur 


37 


Finks, 


Joseph 


339 


Finn, 


Patrick J. 


46 



Roxbury, 

Rox. , 
. , W. R., 



Harvard pi . , 

Canal st . , 

Alger St., 

Maywood st., Rox., 

W. Broadway, 

Hillside St., 

Washington st, 

Rockland st. , 

Mt. Vernon st, 

Mead St., C. D., 

South st . , 

Eighth st . , 

Farragut rd., 

Callender st.. Dor., 

Charles st., 

Washington st. , 

Devonshire st.. 

Milk St., 

Cambridge st . , 

Dorchester st. , 

Coleman st. , Dor. , 

Alger St. , 

Isabella st., 

St. Botolph St. , 

Hanover st . , 

Melbourne st., Dor., 

Howard st . , 

Congress st., 

Atwood sq. , J. 

Congress st., 

Atlantic av. , 

Brainerd rd. , 

Circuit st . , Roxbury, 

Blue Hill av. , 

F St. , 

Boylston st. , 

Beacon st. , 

Montrose st., Roxbury, 

Irvington st., 

Buckminster st., B. D., 

Crawford st., 

Allen St., 

Howland st . , 

Charles st., 

"A" Linden Park st., Rox. 



P.. 



B. D., 



1264 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Finn, 

Pitzpatrick, 

Pishman, 

Fitz, 

Flaherty, 

Flanderg, 

Flanzbaum, 

Ploeske, 

Pollansby, 

Polsom, 

Forbes, 

Foster, 

Foster, 

Foster, 

Foster, 

Fox, 

Fredenberg, 

Field, 

Freeman, 

Freeiaan, 

French, 

Frisch, 

Frost, 

Fudge, 

Friedman,, 

Gadeby, 

Gahan, 

Galanopoulos, 

Gamble, 

Garabedian, 

Gardner, 

Garreiro, 

Gehling, 

Gerrish, 

Getchell, 

Gibson, 

Griffin, 

Gilbert, 

Gill. 

Gill, 

Gillis, 

Gilman, 

Oilman, 

Glidden, 

Glidden, 

GlTonts, 

Gould, 



Theodore A. 
James H. 
Joseph 
Frank A. 
Patrick J. 
Harry T. 
Leo 

Charles E. 
William W. 
James 
F. Murray 
Maurice 
Nelson F. 
John J. 
John W. 
Charles M. 
Samuel 
W. R. 
Albert 
Bernard R. 
Walter R. 
Alexander 
John A. 
Henry W. 
Minnie 
Walter F. 
John W. 
George 
James 
Armen 
Arthur W. 
Ernest 
Charles F. 
Orris E. 
Albert R. 
Frank W. 
Harrie M. 
George L. 
Fletcher L, 
John J. 
Harry F. 
Edward W. 
Joseph T. 
Ralph C. 
Fred A. 
David 
Edward F. 



2^9 Washington st., 
60 State st . , 

5 Lome St. , Dor. , 
28 Arcadia st.. Dor., 
66 W. Eagle st. , 
450 Washington st . , 

3 Nightingale st., 
9 Charles st., 

Youngs Hotel, Court st., 
.18 E. Cottage st. , 
60 State St., 
104 Brunswick st., 

4 No. Ferry av., E. B., 
106 St. James av. , 

40 Oliver st. , 
. 465 Medford st., C. D., 
1262 Blue Hill av., 

57 Lincoln st . , 
8 Yarmouth st . , 

18 Freeman st., Arlington, 

3 "A" Tremont row, 
216 High St., 

1463 Blue Hill av., 

32 Burgess St., Dor., 
390 Riverway, 

135 Blue Hill av., 
73 Mapleton st., B. D., 

102 Salem st. , 
40 Mallet st. , Dor. , 

368 Centre st . , 

140 Federal st . , 
1081 Boylston st. , 
55 Congress st . , 

33 Dorchester av. , 

4 Hartford st., Dor., 
11 South st . , 

3541 Washington st., 
4 Dyer st . , Dor. , 

70 Federal st . , 

71 Green st., C. D., 
127 Federal st., 

48 Aldie St. , B. D., 

3^ Summer st . , 
338 Newbury st . , 

08 Essex St. , 
165 Harold st . , Roxbury, 

19 Claybourne st., D. D. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMKER 11, I919. 



Contd . 



1265 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



Goff, 


Luke L. 


6^ 


Brownell st., Medford, 


Goldberg, 


Nathaniel S. 


16 


Buckminster St., B. D., 


Goldenberg, 


Joseph 


70 


Allen St., 


Goldman, 


Morse H. 


1415 


Commonwealth av., 


Goldthwaite, 


James A. 


41 


Berkeley st.. 


Goodman , 


Edward J. 


51 


Pranklin st., 


Goochman, 


Harry 


36 


Chambers st . , 


Goodrich, 


Bernard 


59 


Comhill, 


Goodwin, 


George W. 


6 


Evelyn st., Tjlattapan, 


Gordon, 


William H. 


2 


Woodville St., Soxbury, 


Gorkani, 


John P. 


11 


Carson st. , Dor. , 


Graham , 


Robert H. 


440 


Washington st., 


Graves, 


Maurice 0. 


212 


Hamilton st., Dor., 


Gray, 


Julius 


• '^t 


Phillips St., 


Grayson, ■ 


Robert H. 


28 


(^ueensberry st. , 


Green, 


Fred C. 


.324 


Washington st., 


Green, 


Gustavus V. 


609 


Pellsway, Medford, 


Green, 


Jacob T. 


41 


Lowell St., 


Greene* 


Frederic E. 


20 


School St., 


Gregory, 


A. Prank 


5 


Pickering av., Roxbury, 


Gregory, 


Thomas 


99 


Camden st . , 


Gregory, 


Wells A. 


35 


So. Market st., 


Gridley, 


Charles V. 


197 


Congress st.. 


Grogan, - 


Charles 


15 


Moore st . , 


Grover, 


Charles E. 


43 


Prankl in st . , 


Grush, 


Merton E. 


78 


Devonshire st.. 


Hall, 


George R. 


60 


State St. , 


Hall, 


Thomas H. 


^7 High St., 


Hamilton, 


Philip S. 


- 90 


Hamilton St., Dor., 


Haramerle,- 


Charles 


254 


Lamart ine st . , 


Hanunond, 


Walter 


30 


Huntington av. , 


Hanahan ,- 


William H. 


- 41 


Astor St. , 


Harden, 


Henry G. 


53 Parragut rd . , | 


Harriman, 


James P. 


■ 74 


Dalton St. , 


Harrison, 


W. H. 


146 


Upland rd . , 


Harvey, 


Arthur C. 


374 


Congress st., 


Harvey, 


Winthrop A. 


144 


Boylston St., 


Haskell , 


George S. 


85 


Devonshire st.. 


Has sard. 


Robert B. 


544 


Columbus av., 


Hastings, 


William A. 


174 


Lincoln st.. 


Hayes, 


T. A. J. 


165 


Hemenway st . , 


Healy, 


W. L. 


• i^ 


Congreve st., Ros., 


Hendry, 


Prank 


86 


Sherwood st., Ros., 


Hendry, 


Prank C. 


30 


Hewlett St., Ros., 


Heart z. 


Porrest 0. 


120 


Boylston St. , 



1266 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTELCBER 11, 1919 . 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Henshaw, 


C. S. 


1079 


Hensliaw, 


R. D. 


1086 


Herzig, . 


Ronald J. 


39 


Herri ck, 


Daniel A. 


15 


Hervey, 


Chester A. 


20 


Hess, 


Charles P. 


450 


Hewett, 


William W. 


9 


Hickey, 


Eugene P. 


403 


High, 


Fred S. 


14 


Higgins, 


Thomas J. 


62 


Hill, . 


Charles L. 


23 


Hill, 


Claude C. 


■ 3529 


Hill, 


E. Melville 


5 


Hill, 


Joseph P. 


3415 


Himel, 


Maurice I. 


325 


Hines, 


John A. 


-111 


Hodgkin . 


William K. 


356 


Hoffman, 


Joseph D. 


. 14 


Hogan, 


Gilbert P. 


^i 


Holmes, 


Chester D. 


8 


Horner, . 


Sydney E. 


10 


Hoosepian, 


.Joseph M. 


. 439 


Howard , 


John E. 


57 


Howard , 


Walter B. 


4 


Howe , ■ 


Julian C. 


551 


Howell, 


Robert J. 


31 


Howes, 


Harry M. 


. 450 


Hubbard, 


Sherwin E. 


9 


Hudson, 


Henry E. 


16 


Hume s , 


Randolph A. 


99i 


Hut Che son, 


S. Harry 


92 


Hut chins, 


Frank R. 


171 


Hyde, 


John M. 


10 


Ingalls, 


John H. 


. 205 


Jacobs, 


Max 


515 


Jacobson, 


Bernard 


. 131 


Jackson, 


Joseph B. 


200 


Jacobson, 


William 


44 


Janes, 


Charles 6. 


450 


Jeffreys, 


Ralph 


22 


Jeffreys, 


Ralph A. 


22 


Jefferson, 


Robert J. 


85 


Jenkins, 


Lawrence D. 


1384 


Jenkins, 


Julius J. 


168 


Jenness, 


F. C. 


4 


Johnson, 


Charles P. 


108 



P. 



B. 



Commonwealth av . , 
Commonwealth av., 
Somerset st . , 
Glenville av., B. D., 
School St., 
Washingt on st . , 
Summer st . , 
Washington st.. 
High St., 
Allen St., 
St . Johnst . , J. 
Washington st., 
Kilsyth ter. , 
Washington st., 
Sumner st., E. 
Devonshire st.. 
Commonwealth av.. 
Blossom St., 
Garfield av. , 
Irvington st., 
High St., 
Broadway, 
Hamilton st, 
Forest St., 
Tremont st . , 
Topliff St., Dor., 
Washington st., 
Symmes st., Ros., 
Mont Clair av. , 
Myrtle st., 
Corey rd. , 
Tremont st . , 
CvDnberland st.. 
Beacon st.. 
Fifth St. 
Harold st . , 
Columbia rd., 
Boylston St. , 
Washington st.. 
Porter st. , 
Porter st., 
Devonshire st., 
Commonwealth av., 
W. Springfield St., 
Winthrop sq.. 
Summer st.. 



. , Dor*, 
Roxbury, 



1267 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Johnson, 


Edgar I. 


316 


Johnson, 


John J. 


- 109 


Jones, . 


Chin M. 


32 


Jones, 


Henry 


159 


Jo rdan , 


Charles A. 


11 


Jordan, 


Franklin I. 


■ 368 


Kakleas , 


K. 


33^ 


Kamberg, 


Abraham 


185 


Kamberg, 


Samuel 


18^ 


Kayarlian, 


Peniamin H. 


118 


Kearns , . 


Patrick A. 


7 


Keating, 


Perry D. 


36 


Keefe, 


Cornelius 


109 


Keenan, 


Thomas H. 


25 


Kehoe , 


Thaddeus M. 


1 


Keith, 


Elwood 


312 


Kelleher, 


Michael T. 


85 


Keller, 


Carl T. 


800 


Kelley, 


James V. 


60 


Kelley, 


Philip J. 


4 


Kelly, 


Charles H. 


30 


Kelly, 


Michael J. 


227 


Kelly, 


Michael J. 


49 


Kendrick, . 


Theodore H. 


70 


Kennedy, 


George M. 


450 


Kent, 


Louis W. 


74 


Kidder, . 


Charles D. 


1409 


Kiely, 


Laurence E. 


450 


Kiely, 


Robert R. 


.65 


KimlMill, 


Benjamin 


383 


King, 


George M. 


10 


King, . 


Maurice N. 


354 


King, 


Patrick J. 


39 


King, 


Philip L. 


22 


Kinney , 


William S. 


18 


Klarfeld, 


Harold I. 


- 69 


Kluchen, 


Russell S. 


78 


Knuepf er. 


Robert E. 


68 


Knight, 


Henry W. 


80 


Knowlton, 


Chesley H. 


. 28 


Kalp. 


Herman 


115 


Kontopos, 


Peter 


47 


Kopel, 


Leo 


^^? 


Kosow, 


Abe 


16 


Kosteck, . 


Samuel 


31 



Huntington av. , 
Baldwin st . , C. D., 
Oxford St., 
Hanover st., 
Sawyer av. , Dor. , 
Congress st., 
Harrison av. , 
Chambers st., 
Chambers st . , 
Hamilton st., Dor., 
Mascoma st.. 
Cottage St., Chelsea, 
"A" Dartmouth st., 
Henshaw st . , 
Knight ct., 
Hvintington av,, 
Devonshire st., 
E. First St., 
Harrison st.. Brook., 
No. Ferry av. , 
Alaric St., 
High st. , 
Lansdowne st.. 
Federal st . , 
Washington st. , 
Hollingsworth st.. 
Commonwealth av. , 
Washington st. , 
St. Botolph St., 
Washington st., 
Linwood St. , H. P. , 
Broadway , 
W. Sixth St., 
Bellf lower st., 
Tremont st., 
Green st., 
Devonshire st., 
Portland st., 
Gainsboro st.. 
State St., 
Salem st . , 
Chamber st., 
Salem st.. 
No. Anderson st., 
Allen St., 



1268 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTELIBER 11, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Krensky, 

Kuhlen, 

Lalley, 

Lamb, . 

Lambert, . 

Lamont, 

Lane, 

Lange , 

Langley, 

Lark in, 

Laserson, 

Laimdrigan, 

Lawf ord, 

Leach, , 

Leary, 

Leech, 

Lehrbiirger, 

Levine,. 

Leman,. . 

Lennan, 

Lento, 

Lenture , , 

Le onard , 

Levin, 

Levine, 

Levine, 

Lewis, 

Lewis, 

Libby, 

Lieberman, 

Lisle, . 

Liverman, 

Lincoln, 

Lindsey, 

Lindroth, 

Lindsay, 

Lipsky, 

Lipsky,. 

Lloyd, 

Lloyd, 

London, 

Longxieil, 

Lopilato, . 

Lord, 

Lorenz, 

Lowe, 



Carl T. 
Elmer A. 
William J. 
Charles 
Henry G. 
Harold B. 
Fred J. 
S. Henry 
Edwin A. 
William B. 
Myer 

Edward L. 
Fred W. 
James F. 
Edward F. 
C. Edward 
Richard S. 
George 
J. Howard 
Albert W. 
Anthony 
Jo seph 
Elmer 
William 
Edward H. 
Mark 
Selden 
W. Bert 
Ira F. 
Phillip E. 
Howard M. 
Jo seph H. 
Charles E. 
Charles H. 
W. 

Harold T. 
Abraham 
Samuel 
Frederick 
Sadie G. 
Harry B. 
Harry R. 
Sal vat ore 
Arthur F. 
Ernest H. 
Ralph Jr. 



Jr. 



W. 



- 62 Harold st., Roxbury, 
388 Washington st., 
- 47 Wenham st . , 

12 Bolton pi. , C. D., 
728 Eighth St., 
78 Devonshire st., 
1075 Saratoga st., 
824 Washington st., 
865 Harrison av. , 

24 Linwood st., Roxbury, 
37 Munroe st., Roxbury, 
37 Mt. Ida rd., 

146 Gove St., E. B., 
105 Queensberry st., 

81 Arlington st., 

33 Summer st . , 

30 Chauncy st. , 
■110 Harrishof st. , 

48 Beacon st. , 

25 Ward st . , 

60 Highland st . , Roxbury, 
197 Norwell st., 
6 School St., Dor., 
15 Court sq. , 
141 Homestead st., 
. 104 Elm Hill av., 
66 Summer st., 
464 Huntington av., 

30 Chilton rd., W. R. , 
209 Chambers st., 
95 Farquhar st . , 
63 Woolson St. , 
Technology Chambers, Irvington st, 
29 St. Germain st., 
262 Uplands rd. , 
1407 Commonwealth av., 
72 Kingsdale st., Dor., 
- 488 Blue Hill av., 
27 Damrell st. , 

26 Canal st., 

39 McLellan st.. Dor., 

8 Idlewild St., 
68 Salem st . , 
93 Franklin st . , 
93 Centre st., Roxbury, 

27 Damrell st.. 



1269 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919 



Contd , 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



Lowell, 


James B. 


• 70 


Lucas , 


Harry J. 


■ Z3 
281 


Lucas , 


James W. 


Lvif tnian , 


Morris 


24 


Luther, 


John P. 


45 


Lutts, 


Leon H. 


63 


Lyall, 


Clifford L. 


33 


Lydon, 


Michael J. 


23 


Lynch, . 


Arthur J. 


. 44 


Lyons, • 


Frederick L. 


51 


Lyons, . 


Joseph B. 


1 


Mahoney, 


John R. 


163 


Ma it land, . 


Robert A. 


68 


Malloy, 


Joseph T. 


27 


Manf redonia. 


Leopold© 


79 


Mansfield, 


William P. 


. 16 


Marcus, 


Edward 


3 


Mardo, 


Fred 


• 161 


Marge son. 


Gerald U. 


• 233 


Margolis, 


Philip 


298 


Maries, 


John D. 


12 


Marley, 


Thomas J. 


3^ 


Marinelli, 


Agostino S. 


23 


Marsh, 


Lerman W. 


56 


Marsh, 


Ward A. 


640 


Marshall, 


William M. 


5 


Marston, 


Perry A. 


23 


Mart in , 


S. Howard 


- ^^ 


Matskel, 


Barnett 


66 


l!!ayo , 


Clarence J. 


- 450 


Mead , 


Prank S. 


30 


Meehan, 


Frank C. 


33 


Me ehan , 


George 


50 


Menton, 


Thomas J. 


117 


Mercaldo, 


Tom 


61 


Me.ssies, 


Henry 


150 


Met calf , 


George H. 


89^ 


Mic^.eli, 


Sal vat ore 


98 



Kilby St., 
Mt. Vernon at., 
Summer st.. 
No. Anderson st., 
Milk st . , 
Astor St. , 
State St., 
Mather st. , Dor. , 
Alexander st., 
High St. , CD., 
Dexter row, C. D., 
Brighton av., 
Portland st., 
Shirley st., Roxbury, 
Prince st., 
Nixon St., Dor., 
Albany St., 
Warren st., B. D., 
Poplar St., Ros., 
Washington st . , 
Bolton pi. , CD., 
Decatur st . , E. B. , 
Breed st., E. E., 
Park Vale av., B. D., 
Huntington av. , 
Eliot st . , J. p. , 
Buckrainster st . , 
State St., 
Glenway St., Dor., 
Washington st., 
Townsend st., 
Summer st., 
Brighton st., C D., 
Longv/ood av. , 
Hanover st., 
i^uincy st . , Roxbury, 
South st . , 
George st., Roxbury, 



1270 



BOSTOIT, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



Mikalauslcas, 


John B. 


. 248 


Miller, 


Carl W. 


. 80 


Millett^ 


Frederick S. 


• 33 


Mills, 


.Alfred H. 


8 


Milton, 


Edward R. 


. 11 


Mirageas, 


Gus G. 


399 


Mitchell, 


Edward P. 


1 


Mitchell, 


Harold B. 


118 


Moeser, 


David E. 


27 


Moffitt, 


Carl W. 


19 


Molyneux, 


R. W. 


62 


Monroe r 


Francis T. 


1325 


Monti, 


Wilfred 


. 216 


Moore , 


Freeman R. 


• 75 


Moore, 


James F. 


99 


Mo ran, 


John W. Jr. 


• 87} 


Morgan, 


Harold R. 


6 


Morrill ,. 


George H. 


13 


Morris, 


Harold L. 


• 331 


Morrison, 


Abraham H. 


40-4-2 


Morse, 


Ernest V. 


120 


Morse , 


Erving P. 


■ 55 


Morse,. 


John F. 


15 


Muck ens tiirm. 


Paul M, 


- 32 


Mueller, 


Edgar E. 


ParJcer 


Mullen, 


Brian 


. 189 

ao4i 


Murphy, 


Jolah J. 


Mujison, . 


Nelson H. 


17 


Murphy,. 


John A. 


31 


Murray, 


Thomas W. 


11 


Myers, 


Alexander 


• 56 


MacAusland, 


W. Russell 


. 240 


MacDonald, 


James T. 


232 


MacDonald, 


Riclaard H. 


. 87 


Macdougal , 


William W. 


336 


MacDowell, 


James H. G. 


47 


MacKenna, 


George B. 


584 


MacLean, 


Archibald 


560 


MacLeod, 


Harry F. 


544 


McErine, 


Joseph J. 


41 


McCarthy, 


Edward F. 


11 


McCarthy, 


Frank L. 


53 


McClellan, 


Albert E. 


70 



Fourth st. , 
Traverse st., 
State St., 
Joy st . , 

Lakeville pi., J. P. 
Columbus av., 
Pevear pi., Roxbury, 
Milk st . , 
Winter st., 
Rosedale st.. Dor., 
Houston av. , 
Commonwealth av. , 
High st, , 
Montgomery st . , 
Summer st., 
Huntington av. , 
Conver st. , B. D. , 
Gaston st., Roxbury, 
Freeport st., 
Portland st., 
Boylston st . , 
Tremont st . , 
Woodford St., Dor., 
Aldworth st . , 
House, School st., 
Sixth st . , 
Main St., 
Tremont row, 
Bainbridge st., Rox. 
Mackin st., B. D. , 
Gardner st. , B. D. , 
Newbury st . , 
Bay State rd., 
Milk St., 
A st . , 

Mt. Vernon st., 
Commonwealth av. , 
Harrison av.. 
Washington st., Dor. 
First St., 
Montvale st., 
State st . , 
Federal st.. 



1271 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



McCoy, 


Ransom H. 


53 


McDermott, 


Daniel J. 


53 


McDermott, 


William T. 


21 


McDonough, 


Bernard A. 


■ ?J^ 


McD enough, 


James A. 


. 584 


McGettrick, 


Edward T. 


• 35 


McGlaixflin, 


R. L. 


6 


McKenna, 


John B. 


8 


McKenna, 


Michael A. 


100 


McMackin, 


Hugh J. 


84 


McNeill, 


Raymond E. 


260 


McSweeney, 


Daniel E. 


?3 


Mc Sweeney, 


Patrick J. 


284 


Nason, 


H. L. 


■ 85 


Nagle, 


Richard H. J. 


35 


Neptvine, 


Richard K. 


55 


Newton, 


William W. 


172 


Newell, 


Charles W. 


9 


Newhall, 


Horatio 


920 


Newman, 


Rudolph L. 


. 11 


Nichols, . 


Malcolm E. 


2 


Nilson, 


Harry M. 


14 


Nolan, 


W. A. 


15 


Northrop, 


Howard E. 


- 852 


Norton, 


Richard H. 


45 


O'Brien, 


Francis J. 


225 


O'Brien, 


Walter A. Jr. 


5 


O'Connor, 


Lester E. 


5 


Odell, .- 


Prank H. 


529 


O'Gara, 


John P. 


10 


O'Hearn, 


Edmimd F. 


60 


0?Higgins, 


John B. 


52 


O'Lalor, 


Daniel R. 


1202 


OlCQtt, . 


John L. 


16 


O'Leary, 


John L. 


■ 71 


O'Leary, 


Patrick J. 


12 


Oliver, 


Frederic L. 


31 


01 sen, 


H. E. 


■ 100 



state st . , 
Nightingale st., 
Waianteck st., 
State St., 
Centre st., J. P., 
Gardner st. , B. D. , 
Beacon st . , 
Worcester sq., 
Winthrop st., Rox. , 
Clarkson st., Dor., 
Norwell st.. Dor., 
State st . , 
E. Ninth St., 
Devonshire st., 
Falmouth st. , 
Congress st., 
Huntington av. , 
Centre av., Dor., 
Beacon st., 
Spring Park av., 
Westland av. , 
Beacon st., 
Blackwood st., 
Summer st . , ext . , 
Bay State rd. , 
Bolton St., 
Idlewild St., 
Allerton rd., Dor., 
Massachusetts av. , 
Roswell St., Rox., 
State St., 
Weld Hill St., 
Commonwealth av., 
Austin St., 
Gardner st., W. R. , 
Bellf lower st., Dor., 
Orkney rd. , B. D. , 
Warren st., B. D., 



1272 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEKBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Orcutt, . 

Orinski, 

O'Rourke, 

OsTDorn, 

Outhet, 

Paige, 

Paige, 

Page,^ 

Palme r , 

Paraschos, 

Parker, 

Parker, . 

Partridge, 

Payne, 

Pays on,- 

PealDody, 

Pearlstein, 

Pearlstein, 

Peaslee,. 

Pegram, 

Perkins, 

Peterson, 

Pettee, 

Phillips,- 

Phinney, 

Pickert, 

Pierce, 

Pierce,. 

Pierce, 

Pitkin, 

Pleadwell, 

Pollock, 

Poole, 

Pope, 

Potter,. . 

Powell, 

Powers, 

Po us land , 

Pratt , 

Prouty, 

Pye, 

(^uinby, 

Rabe, 

Raftery, 

Ramsdell, 



P. M. 
Abraham 
Thomas V. 
Joseph W. 
Ernest W. 
Harry D. 
Thomas 0. 
Napoleon L. 
Edward H. 
George T. 
Forrest G. 
Herbert L. 
Harrison R. 
Wilbvir M. 
Edward S. 
Myron 
Abe 

Maurice 
Clarence A. 
Prank R. 
George H. 
Robert W. 
Leamon W. 
William W. 
Arthur W. 
L. W. 
Edward J. 
Edgar 
G. D. 

William W. 
Edward M. 
C. W. 
Amos L. 
Harrison R. 
Robert S. 
J. Rider Jr. 
Earle 

Sidney P. B. 
Charles L. 
Thomas S. 
Robert T. 
George P. 
H. W. 
Thomas P. 
Marcus L. 



Westfield, Mass., 
22 Green st., 
36 Boulevard ter., B. D., 
7 Lamartine st., J. P., 
12 Dighton st., B. D., 
407 Massachusetts av., 
Hotel Brunswick, Boylston st., 
430 Columbus av., 

28 Columbia rd., 
1109 Boylston st. , 

24 So. Market st. , 
84 Sumner st.. Dor., 
36 Ashley st., E. B., 
61 Brookline av. , 
560 Harrison av., 

2 Burroughs pi., J. P., 

29 Allen St., 

104 Clarkwood st., Dor., 
450 Washington st., 

Ames Building, Court st., 
14 Kilby st . , 
. 15 Banks ter. Swampscott, 
494 Rutherford av., 

20 Rutland sq. , 
356 Washington st., 
466 Commonwealth av., 
36 Brainerd rd., B. D., 
Parker House, School st., 
. ^^7 Dudley st. , 
. ^0 Brighton st., C. D., 
107 Pembroke st., 
. 47 Temple pi. , 
. 293 Washington st., Dor., 
. 70 Pedei^l St. , 
.40 Water st., 
Ames Building, Court st., 
450 Washington st., 
294 Washington st., 
3541 Washington at., 
45 Kilby St., 
6 Elvin rd. , Ros, 
1 Shenandoah st.. Dor., 

105 Queensberry st., 
440 Washington st., 
124 Glenway st. , 



I27v3 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd» 



Ravinski, 


Albert 


450 


Raymond » 


Fred M. 


23 


Rayner, 


Norman N. 


12 


Re illy, 


John C. 


1 


Reilly, 


John G. 


74 


Reiser, 


Max 


- 51 


Reinherz,. 


Davis 


36 


Reeves, 


Marcellus 


1069 


Rich, 


Howard L. 


. 419 


Rees, 


Walter S. 


86 


Rich, 


Willis D. 


. 120 


Richards, 


James L. 


. Ill 


Richardson, 


John A. 


72 


Richardson, 


Ralph P. 


70 


Richway, 


Iffi chael 


40 


Ricker, . 


Maxirice S. 


33 


Ridlon, 


Addison T. 


. 428 


Ripley, 


Ralph L. 


11 


Rizzo, 


Ralph 


48 


Robart , 


Frank A. 


59 


Roberts, 


James A. 


19 


Robinson, 


Clarence E. 


377 


Robinson, 


Clarence H. 


33 


Robinson, 


Leo 


19 


Robinson, 


N. E. 


. 56 


Robinson, 


Victor R. 


. 713 


Rockwell, 


Fred B. 


17 


Rogers, 


Joseph 


429 


Rosenberg, 


Harry 


62 


Rosenberg, 


Isaac G. 


39 


Rosenthal, 


Barney 


. 30 


Ruch, 


Frederic B. 


879 


Rudeo, 


Jerome J. 


242 


Rut ledge. 


Harold B. 


. 71 


Sacco, 


Antonio 


. 9 


Sacks, 


Charles 


3 


Samson, . 


Benjamin F. Jr. 


450 


Sanders, 


Henry A. 


206 


Banders,. 


Thomas A. 


37 


Sandler, 


David G. 


95 


^nger. 


Eugene 


- 45 



ViTashington st., 
Irvington st., 
Moreland st., Rox. 
Beacon st., 
Auckland st.. Dor. 
Tremont st., C. D. 
Ridgewood St., Dor 
Boylston st., 
Atlantic av, , 
Stidbury st. , 
Water st . , 
Devonshire st., 
Lincoln st.. 
Federal st., 
Lawrence av.. 
Congress st.. 
Park St., Dor., 
Thome st.. Dor., 
Charter st., 
Beacon at.. 
Congress st.. 
Metropolitan av.. 
Congress st., 
Brinsley st. , 
West land av. , 
Dudley st. , 
Applet on St., 
Warren st. , Rox. , 
Phillips St. , 
Mellen st., Dor., 
Wayland st., Rox., 
Beacon st. , 
N.orth st . , 
Byron st., E. B., 
Cooper St., 
Hazelwood st., Rox 
Washington st., 
L St. , 

Aspinwall rd.. Dor 
Normandy st . , 
Bromfield st., 



1274 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SBPTEMEER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Sapienza, 


Peter 


395 


Sargent , 


George E. 


•159 


Scarth,^ 


Malcolm B. 


69 


Scott, 


Bertram A. 


•113 


Scott, • 


Harold H. 


, 49 


Scott, 


Ralph C. 


113 


Schaefer, 


Henry P. 


10 


Schaub , 


Harry M. 


13 


Schlosser, 


Arthiir B. 


• 595 


Schmucker, 


Joseph M. 


- 148 


Sears, 


William F. 


10 


Seaver, 


Walter E. 


Hotel 


Shane ck, 


Herman W. 


106 


Shaughnessey, 


John J. 


165 


Shea , 


Francis 


58 


Sheehan, 


John P. 


28 


Shennan, 


Charles W. 


14 


Shervjin, 


Paul U. 


Parker 


Shifres, 


Benjamin 


9 


Shruhan,- 


John J. 


■1573 


Shiilman , 


Abraham 


■ 424 


Siegel, 


A. L. 


709 


Simmons-, 


Joseph C. 


60 


Simmons, 


William J. 


36 


Simpson, 


Howard A. T. 


49 


Sisson, 


Irving C. 


78 


Sliney, 


George F. 


108 


Small, 


Samuel 


25 


Smith, 


Charles H. 


108 


Smith, 


Charles W. 


■ 30 


Smith, 


George F. 


200 


Smith, 


Harold B. 


260 


Smith, 


R. H. 


19 


Snider, 


Henry J. 


• 1089 


Snyder, 


Moses W. 


4-3 


Sobel, 


Abraham 


205 


Sotel, 


Joseph 


205 


Solstein, 


Sam 


• 38 


Sonnabend, 


Joseph 


43 


Spang, 


Frank 


■ 78 


Spaxilding, 


Albert W. 


800 


Spiers, 


John H. 


300 


Spinney, 


Paul R. 


14 


Splaine, 


James A. 


245 


Sprague , 


Henry B. 


15 



Washington st., 
Hanover st., 
Pinckney st., 
Templeton st. , Dor., 
Berkeley st., 
Templeton st., Dor., 
Mather st. , 
Chambers st., 
Washington st., 
Beacon st., 
V/estcott St., Dor., 
Brunswick, Boylston st., 
Saratoga st., 
Bowen st. , 
Lawn St., Rox. , 
Milford St., 
Beacon st.. 
House, School st., 
Wiget st . , 
Tremont st.. 
Eastern av. , 
Washington st.. 
Canal st . , 

Granville st. , Dor., 
W. Eagle St., 
Devonshire st., 
Magnolia st.. Dor., 
Elm Hill Park, 
Trenton st., E. B., 
Ward st . , 
Devonshire st., 
Uewbury st . , 
Wellington rd. , 
Commonv/ealth av., 
Kenwood at., Dor., 
Columbia rd. , 
Columbia rd., 
Staniford st., 
Monroe st . , Rox. , 
Bloomfield st.. 
First St., 
Ashmont st . , Dor., 
Helena rd.. 
State St., 
Marshall st.. 



1275 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Staiti, 


Joseph 


80 Orleans st . , 


Stanetsky, 


Abraham 


5 Carlisle st. , 


Stebbins, 


N. L. 


132 Boylston st. , 


Steele, 


Harold W. 


23 No, Beacon st. , 


Steinmark, 


Nils V. 


80 Moreland st., Rox. , 


Steinert , 


Robert S. 


401 Commonwealth av.. 


Stephenson, 


Benjamin T. 


12 Cxrnmings rd., B. D. , 


Stetson, 


Frederick W. 


504 Warren st . , Roxbury, 


Stevens, 


Edmund R. 


59 Hemenway st . , 


Stewart, 


Percy J. 


79 Barry st., Dor., 


Stewart, 


Robert H. 


21-27 Temple pi.. 


Stickney, 


Robert 


185 Devonshire st.. 


Stoddard, 


Elmer A. 


16 Westville st.. Dor., 


Stokes, 


James B. 


■ 260 Cambridge st.. 


Stoner, 


J. Carlton 


25 Brighton av. , 


St owe, 


C. P. 


543 Columbia rd., 


Strachan, 


George D. 


192 Boylston St., 


Strater, 


Theodore G. 


74- Sudbury st . , 


Stretch, 


George L. 


69 Moreland st., Rox., 


Strotel, 


Prank J. 


16 Arcadia st.. Dor., 


Strong, 


Eli A. 


40 Court St., 


Stiaart , . 


Stephen B. 


39 Concord sq.. 


Sullivan, 


L. H. 


52 School St. , 


Surninerf ield, 


Benjamin 


47 Holworth St., 


Summers, 


Herbert G. 


535 Beacon st. , 


Gut Ion, 


Frederick 


98 Portland st., Camb., 


Swarthe, 


Leonard A. 


. 19 Myrtle st., 


Sweeney, 


Thomas M. 


9 Carson st., 


Sweet, 


Samuel 


7 Kineo st. , Rox. , 


Sweet, 


Walter R. 


32 Spring Park av.. 


Swett , 


John P. 


102 Boylston st. , 


league , 


William H. 


98 Hemenway st . , 


Temple, - 


Onsorth L. 


281 "B" Neponset av.. 


Testa, 


Genaro L. 


29 Marginal st., 


Tetru, 


Prank 


595 Washington st.. 


Thomas, 


Arthur W. 


3^ Linden st., Dor., 


Thomas , 


Charles L. 


273 Slimmer st., 


Thomson, 


John B. 


530 Commonwealth av.. 


Theodoropoulos, 


Philop 


109 Salem st . , 


Tit iev, 


Jacob 


11 Temple st. , 


Tob;ie, 


Samuel I. 


204 Commercial st., 



1276 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



Torrey, 
Tracy, 
Tvilly, . 
Tully, 
Turner, 
Up ham, 
.Waitt, 
Waldman , 
Waldron, 
Walker, . 
Walker, . 
Walsh, 
Waneck, 
Ward, 
Ward, 
Warner, 
Warner, 
Washhurn, 
Watts, . 
Wax, 
Weed, 
Weeks, 
Weinstein, 
We i sman , 
Welch, 
Weller, 
Wells, . 
Wells, ,. 
Wells, 
Welt on. 
White, 
White, 
Whitney, 
Whitteniore, 
Whittier, 
Wiley, 
Wilford, 
Witherell, 
Williams, . 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Williams, 
Wilson, 
Wilson, 



Stephen M. 
Earnest L. 
Joseph R. 
-Leonard B. 
Edwin 
Charles V/. 
Albert K. 
Jo seph 
Charles H. 
Josiah L. 
Stxiart 
Clifford F. 
Peter 
James E. 
Walter P. 
Alexander A. 
William 
Frederic A. 
Charles W. 
Samuel 
Le Pevre U. 
Edgar H. 
Louis H. 
Abraham 
Edward J. 
Kopel 
Edwy T. 
Pred K. 
Wellington 
A. Roy 
Russell H. 
William 
Edvrard J. 
H. S. 

Charles W. 
Stephen W. 
Thomas 
Robert E. 
Adin E. 
Archibald 
Arthur G. 
Clifton P. 
Herbert L. 
Harold 



70 Federal st . , 
53 Stanton st . , Dor., 
85 Iroquois st. , 
85 Iroquois st . , 

3 Sherman st . , Rox. , 
27 Eldredge st., Ros., 
68-72 Portland st., 
532 Tremont st . , 
20 Athelwold st., 
- 107 Aldrich St., Ros., 
53 State St., 
175 Bucknam St., Everett, 
10 Parker ter. , 
16 A Ashburton pi., 

10 Post Office sq., 

11 Pemberton sq. , 
20 Cortes st., 

190 Bay State rd. , 

^^ Federal st. , 

^7 Hollander st., Rox., 
107 St. Eotolph St., 

30 Ardale st., Ros. , 
137 Woodrow av., Dor., 

93 Binney st. , 

Regina rd. , Dor. , 

29 Homestead st., Rox., 
65 Kilby St., 

7° Broad st . , 
171 Bay State rd., 
719 Washington st., B. D., 
. 51 Chard on st., 
333 Massachusetts av., 
5 Hancock st. , 

30 Dana st . , 

'$^ Congress st., 

79 So. Market st., 
465 Medford st., C. D., 

78 Devonshire st., 
297 Washington st., 

11 Pemberton sq. , 
229 State St., 
114 Fenway, 

9 Richfield st., Dor., 

1 Maywood ter. , 



1277 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919* 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Wilton, 

Winer, 

Winetsky, 

Winters, 

Wolpe , 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Woods, 

Wood, 

Woodman, 

Woodward, 

Wormelle, 

Wormser, 

Worthy, 

Wright, 

Wright, 

Wright, 

Wright, 

Wurf , 

Wyman, 

Wyman, 

York, 

Zagame , 

Zagouras, 

Zevitas, 

Butler, 

DuVally, 

Little, 

Sumner, 

Turner, 



Hugh 

Hyman 
Joseph 
George B. 
Morris 
Abel M. 
Albert G. 
Alexander W. 
Charles F. 
Walter S. 
John H. 
Joseph A. 
Charles B. 
Edward 
William 
George W. 
George 
Harry W. 
James W. H. 
Sigmund 
J. Stearns 
Samuel A. 
Herbert L. 
Samuel 

Anslomenis K. 
Constantinos 
Morgan 
Nicholas 
Theodore W, 
Stanley 
John T. 



84 Linden Park st . , 

22 Crawford st., 
135 Harold st . , Rox. , 
195 Eustis s't** Rox., 
715 Shawmut a v . , 

23 Chamberlain st., 

140 Treraont st . , 
31 Saxton St., 

1 Orchard pk., Rox., 
1 Lawndale ter. , 
356 Washington st., 

44 Rutland sq. , 
186 Brighton av., B. D 

98 Hemenway st . , 
239 Northampton st., 
216 High St., 

8 Dawes st . , Dor. , 

10 Bigelow St., B. D. 
47 Virginia st., Dor. 

107 Townsend st., Rox. 

94 Blackstone st . , 

79 Milk St., 
296 Ashmont st.. Dor., 

11 Carlisle st., 

141 Hudson st. , 

101 Highland st . , Rox. 

77 Franklin st., 

'p7 Cambridge st . , 
800 First St. , 

31 Glenville av. , 

14 Fulton St. 



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



Officers. 



Employers. 



Abbott, 



Abbott, 



A.damo , 



Charles P. 



William B. 



Martin E. 



Chas. P, Abbott 

145-;47 Kingston St. 
Page & Shaw Inc. 

G. E"dwin Allen, Manager 
9 West St. & 12 State St. 
Chester '^. Sawyer Co. 
Martin E. Adamo, Pres, 
150 Huntington Ave. & 
784 Dudley St. 



1278 



BOSTOH, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers, 



Employers. 



Adams , 
Hitohcoak, 

Allen, 



Allison 



Ambrose, 

Goncaugh 

Douglas 

French 

Gallagher 

Glynn 

Glynn 

Goodwin 

Hilton 

Jennings 

Kievenaan 

Restarrick 

^Jirhalen " 

Barrett, 

Connolly, 

Clifford 

Doherty 6th 

Doherty 2nd 

Haggerty 

Joyce 

Manning 

Sullivan 



Valmo 
Frank 



ore F. ) 
k T. Jr. f 



George 



Alexander J. 



George 
Thomas H. 
Patrick 
V/illiam W. 
Michael 
James F, 
Frank J. 
Fred M. 
Charles F. 
Patrick 
William J. 
John E. 
John Henry) 
Thomas J. ' 
Thomas F. ; 
Daniel [ 
John 
Phillip 
James 
Festy 
John 
Michael 



Staples Coal Co. 

Frank F. Hitchcock, Treas. 

40 Central St. 
.St. Paul's Cathedral 

Henry Goddard,Asst. Minister 

136 Tremont St. 
Uo. Bennett St. Ind. School 

Henry L. Shattuck.Pres. 
-37-3V No. Bennett St. & 
52 Tileston St. 

Boston Consolidated Gas Co. 

Vto. A. V/ood, Pres. 
Premises of said Company 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



1279 



Officers 



Anderson, 

Dittrick, 

Plannigan 

Merrill 

McKeen 

McKeen 

Pratt 

Scott 

West 

Appleton 



Aspinwall^ 
Aspinwall, 



Bailey, 

Belknap, 

Briggs , 

Crocker, 

Doe, 

Garland 

Gerriah, 

Haines 

Hale 

Horrigan 

Harlow, 

Haire, 

Hovey 

Lee, 

Markey, 

Martin, 

Mills, 

Pineo, 

Reade, 

Smiley 

Smiley, 

Smith, 

Wilgon, 



Employers 



Alfred 
Emil 
John A. 
Ulysses G. ^ 
Fred E. 
Horace E. 
milliard D. 
V/alter V/. 
Albert S. 
V/illiara E. 



George Lowell 
William H. 



Meredith & Grew, Agents 
40 Central St. 
15 Congress St. 
89 Franklin St. 
121 Beach Street 

4 Liberty Square 
394 Atlantic Ave. 
371 Commonwealth Ave. 
9 Mass. Av. & 66 Beacon St. 
Expressman's Protective Assn. 
E. C. Walker, Pres. 
32 Court Square 
Aspinwall <k Codman, 

Henry P. MacDonald, Supt. 
State Mutual Bldg. , 50 Con- 
gress St.; central Bldg., 70 
State St.; Berkeley Bldg., 
cor. Berkeley & Boylston Sts , 
Lawrence Bldg. , 149 Tremont 
St. 



Silas E. 
Howard P. 
Paul B. 
Walton G. 
William A. 
Leslie M, 
Harry T. 
David F. 
Guy P. 
Frank J. 
Melburn N. 
William J. 
L. P. 
Alfred P. 
Charles J. 
John C. 
A. E. 
Burgess 
Artemus B. 
Mark B. 
William 3. 
Lucius G. 
Edwin E. 



Harry T. Gerrish, Chas 
Mills et al. 

Patrick J. McGourthy, 
Supt. of Markets 

Faneuil Hall Market 



E. 



1280 



BOSlJi^, ThUiiSDAY, SEPTEiSiili 11, I919. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Contd, 



Officers 



Baker, 

Hutchins, 

Leavitt, 

Worthey, 

Wogan , 

Baker, 



Edward H. Jr. | 
Hurs 



Richard C. ( 
Thomas 

Gerald Thomas 
Henry D. V/. 



Ball 


Frank P. 


Puller, 


William E. 


Bancroft 


Charles G. 


Barer 


Sam 


Barker 


Leroy 3. 


Barton 


Frank E. 


Bates 


Frances K. 



Bersig, 



Joseph S. 



Employers, 

Curtis & Sanger 

Sab in P. Sanger 
33 Congress Street. 



East Boston Savings Bank 
A'lvin P. Johnson, Treas . 
Columbia Trust Co., Alfred E. 
Wellington, Treas. 
Metropolitan ^rust Co., 
Robt. J. Gove, Manager. 

Premises numbered 2, 10 & 20 
Meridian Street., S. Boston. 
G. ii. Wethern & Co., 

Wm, E. Harris, Supt. 
21-27 Temple Place 
33-35 V/est Street 
International Trust Co. 

Howard Norton, Asst. Secy. 
45 Milk S t.& 115 Summer St. 
Elm Amusement Co. jf Dorchester 

Julius Meyer, Pres. 
301 WashingtonSt. , Dorchester. 
Crawford Chambers, 

L. N. Godfrey, Manager 
5 to 15 Hanover Street. 
Unique Theatre Company 

A. F. Washburn, Pres. 
700 V/ashington Street 
Holliater, White' & Co. 

F.K.Bates, Publicity Manager 
322-325 State Mutual Bldg. 
50 Congress Street. 

Bigelow, Kennard Co. 

Alamson Bigelow Jr., Pres. 
Cor. West & Washington Sts. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers 



Bisbee, 


W. A. 


Beaohwood, 


S. W. 


Brooks, 


Herbert A. 


Cote, 


Harry 


Cutter, 


Irving R. 


Moren, 


John P. 


O'Brien, 


Jeremiah 


Race, 


Arthur L. 


Sawi-er, 


Spencer L, 


Stevens, 


James H. 


Stoddard, 


Elmer A. 


Coutlee 


S. 


Dounes 


V/illiam P. 


Folsom 


James 


Poster 


John J. 


Page 


Henry 0. 


Perzone 


Riehard 


Bohraan 


Robert 


Duncan 


H. E. 


Bonning, 


Frederick W 


Boody 


Milton B. 


Brown 


Prank M. 


Grant 


Horace K. 


Rudge 


James E. 


Smi th 


Frederick M 


Buckley, 


John J. 


Cummings, 


Cyril G. 


Moore, 


Ernest A. 


Muldoon, 


Charles H. 


McCartiv 


Gerald J. 


(iuilty. 


James A. 


Sargent 


R. T. 


Stubbs 


Frank 0. 



Employers 



Copley-Plaza Hotel 

Edward C. Fogg, Vice Pres. 
Copley-Plaza Hotel 



1281 



Chilton Club, F^ank Carle 

Dartmouth St,& Commonv/eal th 

Ave, 
Cummings Machine Works, 
Henry A. Chase, Supt. 
110 High Street. 
The Harding Uniform & Regalia 

Co. . 
Charles T.Harding, V. Pres. 
22 School Street. 
Paine Furniture Co. 

S. G. Hall, P. A. 
81 Arlington Street. 

Regal Shoe Company 

E.R.Allen, Comptroller 
109-111 Summer 3t. 
175 \ Tremont St. 
Court & Tremont 3ts. 



1282 



BOSTOil, THURSDAY, SEPTaifflER 11, I919. 



Contd 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Off 


icers 


Burgoyne 


Charles L.l 


Caron, 


Henry j 


Burke, 


Thomas P. 


Burke 


William W. 


Burrey, 


George IT. ^ 


Campbell, 


Jeimes 3. 


Converse, 


Wilmer 


Jackson, 


Samuel B. 


Penney, 


Ri chard H . 


Bryant 


Ernest R. 


Calder, 


James 


Connolly 


Patrick 


Davis 


William J. 


Donovan 


John G. 


Welch 


James H. 


Wood 


William E.) 


Call 


Hugh F. ' 


Gay, 


William R.' 


London, 


Walter U. , 


Procter, 


Frank N. 


Robello 


William P.; 


Calnan, 


Jeremiah F. 


Campbell 


James H. } 
Robert J.J 


Kirkwood, 


Campbell, 


John A, 
Arthur T. 


Connelly 


Goodwin, 


Pryor c. 
Cleon B. 


Leach, 


LoCascio 


Phillip A., 


Polley 


James A. ) 


Stanley 


Frank A. I 


Swett 


Wesley S. j 


Vesey 


Daniel F. ' 



Employers 

Goes & Young Co. 

Frederick E. Young, Pres, 
18-20 School St., 8-10 Avery St. 
Hailparns j 

3. Benks, Genl. Mgr. I 
35-41 Winter Street 
Paine Furniture Co. 

S. G. Hall, P. A. , 
81 Arlington St. 
Franklin Square House 

J. Porter Russell, Trustee 
11 East Newton Street 



E. R. Bryant 

183 Congress Street 

United Drug Company 

Frank H. Damon, Asst. Mgr. 
Leon Street 



Jordan liiarsh Cmpany 

W. J!'. Watters, Vice Pres. 
150 Washington St, 



David V/. Huntley 

21 Hawkins St. & 57 Sudbury St. 

American Trust Co. 

W. F. Glidden, Treas. 
40 6c 50 State St. ,& City Sq.Chs. 

United Candy Co. 

p. c. Goodwin, Mgr. 
321 North Street 



1283 



BOSTON, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1919- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 

Officers 

Campion Aasel G. 



Employers. 



Carey 



Caro 
Cohen 

Casey, 



Cash 

Jones 

Little 

Cathie 
DeGrush 
Monte 
Wright 
Chap in 



Chapman 



Chiccolo, 



Miles 



Isaac P 
Jack 



•f 



Daniel J. 



John A. 
Thomas L. ' 
Edward H. 

Richard 
Bert 
Wilfred 
George 
Charles W, 



Rotert E. L. 



Charles 



Edison Elec. 111. Co, 

Rolot. E. Dillon, As St. Supt. 

Gen'l Dept, 
Premises of The Edison Electric 
Illuminating Co. of Boston. , 
Massachusetts 7/harf Coal Co. 
Edw, H. Baker, Vice Pres. 
280 Cambridge St., Allston. 
Sam A. Beckhard & Co. 

G.A.Beckhard, Owner & Llgr. 
123 Summer St. 
Keith's Bijou Theatre 

R.M. Oilman, Mgr. 
545 Washington St. 
John Carter 4 Co., Inc. 

Arthur C. Hall, Treas. 
98-100 Federal St. and 

69-79 Pearl St. 
The Wright Company 

Richard Cathie, Mgr. 
216 High Street 

Howes Wharf 

C.W.Chapin, Wharfinger 
324-344 Atlantic Avenue 
Amory Eliot, Trustee 
Premises under the management 
of Amory Eliot, Trustee, at 
different places in Boston, 
Folsom Engraving Co. 

L.B.Folsom, Treas. 
88 Pearl Street. 



1284 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBjiR 11, 1^1^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 
Officers 



Employers 



Cleveland, 

Ewald, 

Gilman, 

Maguire, 

Melvin, 

Miller, 

McCarthy, 

McLean, 

Jones, 

Rasch, 

Reddy, 

Trenoweth 

Tryder 

YTyman, 

Cochrane 

Lewin 

McDonald 

Wortsman, 

Cohen 

Peeney 

Mann 

McCarthy 

Coleman 

Hooper 

Madden 

Ward 

Woodward 

Blair, 

Devine 

Finnie 

Fraser 

Freeman 

Haapanen 

Le Gro 

Luce 

Tilles 

Vanna]i 



Albert E. 
Henry John 
Warren L. 
Henry J. 
William P. 
John H. 
Daniel A. 
John 
AmoB P. 
Frederick V, 
Robert W. 
Howard G. 
James D. 
F. A. Jr. 

Timothy F. 
George H. 
Charles E. 
Max 

Murray S. 
Edward J, 
William R. 
James E. 

Max 

G'eorge M. 
John R, 
Thomas B. 
Ernest W. 

F. C. 
Edward A. 
Joseph M. 
Wolcott H. 
B. R. 
J. II. 

Frank 0. Jr. 
Harry A. 
Moses 
George A. 



S. 



S. Pierce Co. 
Alfred Barr, Atty. 
Cor. Tremont & Beacon Sts, 
Cor. Dartmouth St. & Hunting- 
ton Ave. 
l85 Milk Street. 



Sam A. Beck}iart & Co. 

R. A. Beckhard, Member of 

firm 
72 Tremont Street. 
W. F. Schrafft & Sons Corp. 

J . id. McDonald 
l60 Washington St., North 



Fenway Garage Co. 

W.F.Saunders, Mgr. 
169-181 Ipswich St. 



T. D. Whitney Company 

Phineas Hubbard, Pres. 
37-39 Temple Place and 
25-31 y^est Street 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919- 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 

Officers 



Conlan 
Fishel 
Purcell 
Spitzer 


Thomas 3. ) 
Louis M. ) 
William H.' 
Alexander 


Connolly 
Hurley 


Thomas J . 1 
Matthew J.) 


Corthell 

Edgerton 

Haskell 

Parks 

Tripp 


l/Lark A. 
Joseph J, 
Theodore W. 
C. Wilbur 
Chester A. R 


Cook 
Hare 
Meyers 
Ryan 


William P. 
Alfred E. 
William F. 
Joseph F. 


Coombes 


Samuel A. 



Cooney 



Grandmaisin 

Craig 

Crane 

Keenan 

Peters 

Cxonan 



Leo 



Hector 
Charles B 

Carl S. , 
Michael 
John F. 

Dennis E. 



.] 



Employers 

Leopold Morse Co, 

Leon Stearns, Treas. 
119 to 137 Washington St. 
1000 Washington St. 

J. R. Whipple Co. 

Paul N. Sherwin, Director 
Hotel Touraine. 



1285 



Museum of Fine Arts 

Morris Gray, President 
Huntington Avenue 



Boston Young Women's Chrig- 
tian Aiaaociation 

Mrs. James A.Foss, V. P. 
68 Warrenton St. 
Metropolitan Trust Go. 

Robt. J. Gove, Manager 
40 State St. 
Codman Square Theatre Trust 

P. Bowen, Xr. 
637 Washington Street 
Wilton Tool & Mfg. Co. 

Nelson S. Power, Secy, 
84 Linden Park St., Koxbury 

Armour & Co. 

C.E.Jacobs, Act. Mgr. 
107-111 Clinton Market 



1286 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPCTMBSR 11, 1^19. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 



Officers 



Currie, 

Holton, 
Toppan 

Cuaher 



Dalforth 

Dillon 

Dolan 

Drohen 

Dunn 

Dunne 

Dutton 

Eagles 

Edwards 



Erickson 

Russell 



Richard. T. 

Ellis W. 
\7illiajQ E. 

Charles S. 



Laurence A. 
Edward J. 
John C. 

James T. 

Frank L. 
John Francis 
J. Winthrop 
Harold S. 
J. Howard 



Edward ) 

d H. r 



Carl Edward 
Edward 



Employers. 

Hotel Lenox & Hotel Brunswick 

ju. C. Prior, Eres.&Treas. 

Hotel Lenox & Hotel Brunswick 

on Boylston St. 
K. Burns & Son, Inc. 
K. Bernstein 
5 Bromfield St. 
Delta Building Jrust 

J.C.J. Flaman, Agent 
8-10 Post Office Square 
Mass. Homeopathic Hospital 

Henry F. A. Pollock, Supt. 
82 E. Concord Street. 
City of Boston 

W.P.Long, Deputy Commission! 

er 
Park St. Convenient Station. 
B. F. Keith Theatre Co. 

H.A.Farrar, Supt, 
545-547 Washington St., 162- 
163 Tremont St., 4-1-43 Mason St 
Mark Cross Company 

James Jl. Dolliver, Mgr. 
145-145A Tremont St. 
Franklin Park Theatre 

Harry N. Farren, Mgr. 
Franklin Park Theatre, Dor. 
J. Winthrop Dutton 
Oarleton's vVharf, II9 Summer 

St., East Boston. 
A, H. Howe & Sons 

Harold S. Eagles 
170 Tremont Street 
J. Howard c^dwards 
United States Trust Co., 34 
Court St., & 159 Devonshire 
St., National Life Ins. Co. 
Beacon Trust Company 

Charles R.Jopp, President 
20 Milk St. & 3 S. Market St. 



BOSTOH, THURSDAY, SEPTEJIBER 11, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 
Officers 
Fairbanks John Wilder 



Farnsworth 


Edward S. 


Hanratty 


John 


Milton 


John J. 


Pine 


Thos. A. 



Field 
Fitzgerald 

Flynn 



Fly nn 
Margosion 
Ruby 
Fogarty 



Forbes 



Walter R, 
Edward C, 

Patrick W. 



William B 
Sarekis 
Louis B 
Michael 



J 



F, Murray 



Employers 

Old South Association 

Courtenay Crocker, Secy. 
Old South church. 
H. P. Hood .ic Sons 

Chas. H. Hood, Pres. 
494, 629, 477-479, 481, 483, 485- 
489, 491-495 Rutherford Ave., 
5-15 Thorndike St., 8-24 Allen 
St., 440,448,450 and 452 kain 
St., Charlestown; 22-30 Anson 
St., 19-24 St. Mark St., Jam. 
Plain; 136 Westborne Ter.,298 
Dorchester St., 1204 Columbia 
Rd & 66 Whitfield St., Dor. 
E. E. Taylor Co. 
57 Lincoln Street 
Colonial Lunch Rooms, 

Helen F. Greene, Owner 
31 Pearl St. 
U.S. Public "Health Service 

Hospital 
Frank A. Davis, Exe. Off. 
V/est Hoxbury Branch 
Theophile Schneider 
280 Dartmouth St. 

E. T. Slattery Co. 

J,. F. Slattery, Supt. 
154 Tremont Street. 
Cabot, Cabot -i Forbes 

Freeman W. Cabot 
60 State St., 175 Dartmouth 
St., 399-421 Boylston St., 99 
Commonwealth Ave. , 260 Clar- 
endon St., 29 Commonwealth 
AVe., 146 Massachusetts Ave,, 
8 Irvington St., 30 Ipswich 
St. 687 Boylston St., 212-226 
Washington St, and 3-9 State 
St. 



i28::s 



1288 



BOSTOiJ, THURSDA/, SEPTlDilBSK 11, I'A^ . 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 
Officers 



Franks 
Rich 


Louis L. L 

W. D. } 


Fudge 


Henry 'i/. 


Ferguson 


V/illiam R. 


Gallaher 

Gibson 

Hurvitz 

Hurvitz 

Siebeneicher 

Gamble 


Philip hA 
Thomas K. 
Alfred T. 
William 
A. H. 
James 


Gavin 


Patrick J. 


Gelb 

Power 

Wolcovid 


William 
Francis V/. 
Sender 


Gerry 


Thoroas A. 


Gleason 


Leslie C. 


Carbone 


Ralph W. 


Goode 


Shedrick 


Goodwin 

McMulkin 


Frank H. 
Edward Jr. 



Employers 

Gilmour Rothery & Co. 
120-130 Water St. & 27-35 Central 

St. 
Mass. Catholic Order of Foresters 

Daniel H. Maguire, High Secy. 

& Treas 
17 Worcester Street. 
Washington St. Olyrapia Co. 

Max. Shoulraan, Pres. 
658 Washington St. 
Rand Avery Supply Co. 

R. E. Weeks, Pres. 
117 Franklin St. 



S.A.Woods, Macnine Co. 

G.M.King, Asst. Treas. 
Damrell St., So. Boston. 
Jenney Manufacturing Co. 

W. H. Jenney, Supt . 
2^1 First St., So. Boston. 
William Sheinwald 

455 Washington St., 40 Summer St., 
70 Treraont St. & 162 Washington 

St. 
S. P. Blackburn & Co. 

D. H. Howes 
62 Broad Street 
Leslie G. Gleason 
22 Regina Road, Dorchester 
Studio Jewelry Co. 

Samuel U. Goldberg, Mgr. 
141 Treraont Street 
Hurler's 

146 Treraont St., & 414 Boylston 
^ St. 

Gluett, Peabody ,5; Co., Inc. 

Wm. R. \'/hite, Mgr. 
61-63 Bedford St. 



1289 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 



Green 



Greer 

Karshick 
Lyons 
Gorham 
Reilly 

Haley 

Herlin 

Salsman 

Hall 



Hanscom 

Hamlin 
Poor 

Harlow 

Hastings 



Hearaan 
Kelson 
Hyman 
Hicks, 



Higgins 



Officers 
Thomas 



William S. 
Frederi ck 
Timothy J. 
John P. 
John G, 






Charles B. 
Harry 
Albert li. 

Arthur P. 



Arthur L. 



B 
Ha 



. Nason ) 
arris O.J 



Radford G, 
Albert A. 



William A. ) 
George A. ) 
Elmer S. ) 
Thomas B. Jr. 



Herbert 



Employers. 

Mary Elizabeth 

Ruth V. Frantz, Manager 
123 Tremont St. 
Kidder Peabody & Co 
115 Devonshire Street 

The C. Moench Co. 

I. C. Webster, Treas. 
117 Beach Street. 
E. E. Gray Co. 

S. S. Crapser, Vice 
Cor. Hanover, Blackstone 



Pres. 
& Union 
Streets. 



Priscilla Cleansing Co. 

Arthur P. Hall 
265 Cambridge St., Allston. 
Delano Potter ck Co . 

C. E. Hanscom 
45 Commercial St. 
Boston Stock Exchange 

George A. Rich, Secy. 
53 State Street. 
Radford C. Harlow 
146 Massachusetts Avenue 
A. W. Hastings Sc Co. 

A. A. Hastings 
134 Friend Street 
Boston Art Club 

C. W. Smith, Treas. 
150 Newbury St. 
Retail Trade Board of Boston 
Chamber of Commerce 

Thos. \V. It. Hicks Jr., Secy. 
177 Milk St. and premises various 

retail stores. 
Colonial Lunch Room 

Helen F. Greene, Owner 
31 Pearl St. 



1290 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SSPT3MBER 11, I919. 



Contd, 



Special Police Officers - contd. 
Officers 



Employers 



Hobson 



Horton 



Housen 



Hubbard 



Hurley 
Worrell 

Johnson 



Johnson 
Jones 

Kelly 
Kimball 



Kimball 
McAl ister 
Riordan 



Robert E. 
Lawrence M. 

Jacob 
Charles H. 



John Joseph 
Robt. C. 

Frank S. 



Peter 



Charles P. 



Williara 



Bert 



Prank S. 
Charles D. 
William J. 



Vifalker Building 

Fred H. Robinson, Supt. 
120 Boylston St. 
H. D. Foss & Co. , Inc. 

L. M. Horton, inigr. 
112 Canal St., 209 Friend St. & 219 

Friend St. 
J. Housen & Go 

J. Housen 
63 Temple Place 
George Ellis <Sc Co. 
Theo. Metcalf Co. 
Cleophee Robillard 
Ervin A. Johnson 

All located ia Hotel Bristol 
535 Boylston St. 
The Wright Co. 

Richard Cathie, Mgr. 
216 High Street 
Boston Medical Library 

Jas. F. Ballard 
8-14 Fenway 
The Atlantic Works 

A-Tfred E. Cox, Treas. 
80 Border St., E. Boston. 
She par d Norwell Company 

John Shepard 3rd,A88t. Secy. 
The Shepard Stores, Winter St., 
Winter Place, Temple P1.& Tremont St 
Bacon Building 

Richard DeB Boardjnan, Trustee 
Washington St. 
Roxbury Boys Club 

Victor A. Heath, Act, Pres. 
Roxbury Boys Club, Institute of In- 
dustry & property belonging to Club. 
United Shirt & Collar Co. 

Frank S. Kimball, Mgr. 
68 Essex Street 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEiffiKK 11, lyiy. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - Contd. 
Officers 
King ATPthur I. 



Kineella 


Andrew P. 


Knowlton 


Chesley H. 


Knnepfer 


Robert E. 


Kolp 


Herman 


Lacey 


John ) 


Meyer 


Herman H. ) 


Lane 


Prank H. 


Lesser 


Alfred A, 


Lipp 


Joseph 


Lougee 


Charles I. 


Lowry 


Philip L. 


Lutts 


Leon H. 


Mace 


Oliver E. 



1291 



Employers 

Boston Globe Newspaper Co. 

G. H, Taylor Jr. 
Premises of Boston Globe Newspaper 

Co. 
John Hancock Mutual Life Insur. Co: 

Walter L. Crocker, V. P. 
John Hancock Building. 
Merchants National Bank 

F, C. Waite, Cashier 
28 State Street 
S. H. Davis C<J. 

Ernest L. Davis, Treas. 
31-35 Sudbury St. & 68-72 Portland 

St. 
Grand Cloak & Suit Co. 
L. Kopel 
115 Salem St. 
Massachusetts Chambers 

Samuel P. Seymour, LTgr. 
146 Massachusetts Ave. 
Hotel Brewster 

Frank H. Lane, Mgr. 
Hotel Brewster 
Alfred A. Lesser 
1865-1869 Washington St. 
Lenox Jewelry Co. 

Hyman Freiman, Pres. & Treas. 
373 Washington St. 
Stuart Rowland Co. 

G. M. Stuart 
232-234 CongresB St. 
Paul Revere Pottery 

Edith Brown, Mgr. 
478 Boylston St. & 80 Nottingham Re, 

Brighton 
Scollay Square Olympia Co. 

Max Shualman, President 
3 Tremont P:ow 
George R. Bascom 

Oliver E. i/iace, Mgr. 
222-228 Columbus Ave. 



1292 



53> 



i-^, iqao, ». \t^.M&ii'\ 



BOSTOK, THUKSDAY, SBPTEMBEK 11, 1^1^ 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - contd. 
Officers 
McLaughlin James F. 



Macandrew 

Ma.nl ey 
Matthews 



Munro 
Small 

McKenna 



McCarthy 
White 

Nash 

Newell 

Newhoff 

O'Brien 
O'Higgins 

0' Mai ley 

Pansata 



John J, 

Alden A. 
Robert J. 



David.TB. 
Roland G. 

George B. 



. H. ) 
ank ) 



Wm 
Frank 



William A. 

Fred W. 

Harold 

Henry C. 
John B. 

Walter 

James Pisco 



Employers. 

Washington St. Olympia Co, 

Max Shoulman, Pres. 
656 Washington St. 
American Rubber Co. 

M. L. Collins Asst. Treas. 
I28-I3C Essex St. k 29 Column 

bia St. 
Jenney ilanufacturing Co. 

W.H.Jenney Supt. 
2yl First St., So. Boston. 
Broad Excliange Building 

Samuel Eliot, Trustee 
8b Broad Street. 

Kidder Peabody Co. 
115 Devonshire St. 
The Texas Go. 

J.E.McDonough, Agent 
584 Commonwealth A«. 
Bankers Realty Co. 

H.A.Hagan, President 
235-245 State St. 
United Electric Supply Co. 

^. A . Nash, Treas 
579-581 Atlantic Ave. 
Waldron's Casino 

Chas. H. Waldron, Lgr. 
Hanover St. 
S. Newhoff 

H. Newhoff 
225 Friend St. 
Henry C. O'Brien 
269 Shawmut Avenue 
Citizens National Bank 

Harold P. Newell , Asst. Cash. 
179 Summer St. 
Cabot, Cabot & Forbes 
F. Murray Forbes 
175 Dartmouth St. 
Kosenfield & Levine 

Harry Rosenfield 
8 Tremont Row 



129: 



1 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEI£BER 11, lyi9. 



Contd. 



Special police Officers - contd. 
Officers 
Pierce George E. 



Pope 


Louis A. . 


Potter 


Robert S. 


Reed 


George U. 


Resnick 


Harry 


Reuben 


Moses I . F. 


Reynolds 


Edward E, 


Roache 


John J . 


Roberts 


Amos M. 



Rome 



Herman 



Employers 

Children's Museum of Boston 

Jessica M. Estes 
10 Warrenton Street 

Louis A. Pope 

40 Templeton St., Ashmont 

National Shawnut Bank 

A. L. Aiken, President 
40 Water St. 
Chandler & Co., Inc. 

Chas. F. Bacon, Vice Pres. 
150-151-152-153 Tremont St. 

Dandy Tea Co. 

Frederick H. Phillips 

Samuel Resnick 
24 Faneuil Hall Square 
Scollay Sq. Olympia Co. 

Max. Shoulman 
3 Tremont Row 

Boston Loan Co. 

E. A. Eastman, Treas. 
275 Washington St. 
A. Stowell & Co., Inc. 

A. D. Cook, Vice Pres. 
24 Winter St. 

Mass. Char. Mech. Assn. 

F.V/.Easterbrook, Supt. 
Mechanic's Eldg. , Huntington Av 

Herman Rome 
42 Sudbury St. 



1294 



BOSTON, THURSDAl, SEPTSMBEH 11, lyl^ 



Contd. 



Special Police Officerfl - contd. 
Officers 



Ruhl 

Sohier 

Stevenson 

Ryan 



Sanders 



Silver 

Hall 
Bratton 
Tutin 
IHnsmore 

Shenber 



Schmeltz 



James C. ) 
W. D. Jr.) 
Allan ) 

Patrick J. 



Thomas A, 



Jordan K. 
Chester B. 
George J. 
Alfred H. 
Robert S. 

Morris 



W. Sherman 



Sprat t 



Wilbur G, 



Stephens William 



Strong 



Eli A. 



Employers 

Richardson Hill & Co. 
Spencer R. Hill 
50 Congress St. 

George K. Lincoln Co. 

George L. Lincoln, Treas 
191 Old Colony Ave., So. Boston 

South Boston Savings Bank 

Alfred Y. Mitchell, Asst.TreaS 
368 W. Broadway 

V/etmore-Savage Co. 

Robt. S. Dinsmore 
76-68 Pearl St. & 17 Hartford St. 



Morris Shenber 

I'^b Sumner St., E. Boston 

12 Maverick Sq. , E. Boston 

Robert H. Gardiner 
85 Water St., 68 Pearl St., 8 
Bosworth St., 1 V/ashington St., 
257 commonwealth Ave,, 874-876 
Washington St. 

Massachusetts Wharf Coal Co. 

Edward H. Baker Vice Pres, 
280 Cambridge St., Aliston 
South Boston Savings Bank 

Alfred Y.Mitchell Asst.Treas> 
368 W. Broadway 

Scollay Building 

Richard DeB. Bonrdman, Agt, 
40 Court Street 



1295 



BOSTOIT, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers - concluded. 

Officers 
Swaine Matthew R. 



Whittaker 


D. J. 


V/inslow 


William K. 


Wyman 


Ernest C. 


Atwood 


Carl S. 


Butler 


Charles 


Davis 


Harrie A. 


Holden 


Samuel L. 


Johnson 


Harold B. 


Kalem 


Victor A. 


Neff 


Charles F. 


Riley 


Francis J. 


Tynion 


Benjamin 



Employers 

The AtlanticWorks 

Alfred E. Cox, Treas. 
Border, Maverick & New Sts, 

Boston Stock Exchange 

P.Y/.V7renn, president 
53 State Street 

Cabot, Catbt & Forbes 

F. Murray Forbes 
282 Berkeley Street 

Young Women's Christian Assn, 

Isabelle A. Rob^ , Pres. 
40 Berkeley St. 

Boston American League Base- 
ball Club. 
Thomas J. Barry, Atty. 
Fenway Park. 



1296 



BUSTOM, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, l^iy. 



Contd. 



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

Appointed September 11, 1919* 



Adams 

Atwood 

Bohman 

Bratton 

Cooney 

Dal forth 

Davis 

Dillon 

Dinsraore 

Do Ian 

Duncan 

Franks 

Grandma i son 

Green 

Hall 

Holden 

Edwards 

Johnson 

Kalem 

King 

Neff 

Pansata 

Potter 

Rich 

Silver 

Tut in 

Tymon , 



Martin E. 
Carl S. 
Robert 
George J. 
Leo 

Laurence A. 
Harrie A. 
Edward J. 
Robert 
John C. 
H. E. 
Louis 
Hector 
Thomas 
Chester B. 
Samuel L. 
Edwards J. 
Harold E. 
Victor A, 
Ar thur I . 
Charles F. 
James P. 
Robert S. 
Willis D. 
Jordan K. 
Alfred H. 
Benjamin 



1297 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTELEBER 11, 1919' 



Contd. 



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

Appointed September 9» 1919 ♦ 

Andrews, A. R. 

Appointed September 10, 1919' 



Aldrich, 


Elliott W. 


Lane, 


Frederic T. 


Allen, 


James P. 


Lincoln, 


Charles E. 


Bader, 


L. V. 


Loughlin, 


John J. 


Beeler, 


Fenley S. 


Loughman , 


George J. 


Bennett, 


Frank T. 


Lynd, 


Robert J. 


Bert rand. 


Alfred W. 


MiacDonald 


.Richard H. 


Bora, 


Louis E. 


MacDougall, Arthur L. 


Bottomley, 


Ernest 


MacMillan 


, L. W. 


Brackett , 


Harold F. 


MacTaggert, Harry M. 


Brower, 


Emory H. 


Mahoney, 


John R. 


Burgess, 


Thomas 


Marson, 


Leon A. 


Capen, 


Frank F. 


Mart in , 


William J. 


Carey, 


William H. 


Maxwell, 


Robert S. 


Carle, 


Praiik 


Meehan, 


George 


Cody, 


John B. 


Merriman, 


Dana S. 


Corkery, 


Herbert T. 


Monahan , 


John S. 


Coyle, 


James M. 


Morley, 


Martin 


Curnane . 


Chester A. 


Mimroe , 


George F. 


Halt on, 


Harry E. 


Myers, 


Harry L. 


Danf orth, 


John C. 


McDermott 


,Roger 


Davis, 


William H. 


McDuff ee, 


George F. 


Powler, 


Henry B. 


Nagle, 


David 


Poye, 


Thomas L. 


Navin, 


John F. 


Fuller, 


Lorin L. 


Newbold, 


T. Jefferson 


Furber, 


Harold F. 


O'Reilly, 


Herbert P. 


Gardner, 


Alton T. 


Osborn, 


George L. 


George, 


Ralph F. 


Peachey, 


George H. Jr 


Gifford, 


Robert L. 


Peasley, 


James P. 


Goodwin, . 


Frank C. 


Pitkin, 


William W. 


Grant , 


George A. 


Ramsdell, 


Marcus L. 


Hall, 


Aldis 0. 


Rich, 


Howard L. 


Harbour, 


William C. 


Richards, 


Arthur L. 


Healey, 


Herman E. 


Rogan, 


Thomas F. 


Hervey, 


Chester A. 


Rogers, 


Earle J. 


Hoag, 


Rush 11. 


Rollins, 


John P. 


Howe, 


Henry E. 


Ronan , 


John J. 


Hurley, 


Joseph P. 


Rosenfield, Gerald J. 


Ivison, 


Albert A. 


Rudolph, 


Ray E. 


Kir'dcpatriclc, 


Robert 


Sellers, 


William H. 



1298 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTBimEB 11, 1919- Concluded, 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed September 10, 1919. - concluded. 



Sherwin, 

Stearns, 

Stoner, 

Stubbs, 

'ffhittier. 



.Paul A. 
Alanaon B. 
J. Carlton 
Joseph T. 
Cliarles A. 



Taylor, 

Tumblety, 

Upton, 

Warren, 

York, 



Henry A. 
Peter E. 
Joseph M. 
Harold M. 
Albert B. 



Attest : 



Chief ClerMA 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLMISSIOUER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, September 12, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The application of Roger L. Smith, 7 Walter street, Hyde 
Park, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2489 was granted 
for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Horace E. Noyes for a license #21 to 
set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a stable at 72 Northampton 
street was granted for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



1299 



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

101st Infantry Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by 
Maud S. Scampton, 126 Belgrade avenue, - to parade with the Coramunitir 
Club of Boslindale on Saturday, September I3, current, at 2 p. m. 

Route: From the corner of Bexley road and Florence street to 
Florence and South streets, Belgrade avenue, Anawan and Beach 
streets, Belgrade avenue, Walworth, South and Fairview streets to 
Pierce Hall. 

Giardini Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardinl, 287 Hanover street, - to parade with the Parishioners of 
the Sacred Heart Church, North square, on Svmday, September 14, 
current, fr^m 2 to 4 p. m. 

Route: Form on North street thence via Battery, Richmond, 
Charter, Salem, Prince, Hanover and Richmond streets, North square 
and Prince, street to Hanover street. 



1300 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTELffiER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Collective Musicians' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Salvation Array Band, consisting of fifty-one musicians, iDy J. 
S. VonSchoppe, 16 "A" Grant street, Cambridge, - to parade with the 
British Naval and Military Veterans Associations on Sunday, 
September 14, current, at 2.30 p. m. 

Route: Form at 177 Huntington avenue thence via Copley 
sqiiare, to Boylston and Tremont streets to St. Paul's Cathedral and 
return at 5 P* ^' 



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



Abas, 

Abbott, 

Achorn, 

Adelberg, 

Agneto, 

Alden, 

Arcaro, 

Arnold, 

Arnold, 

Aronson, 

Bacon, 

Barrabee, 

Barry, 

Batchelder, 

Beckhard, 

Bennett, 

Berman, 

Bertino, 

Blair, 

Blakeslee, 

Bogan, 

Bowler, 

Bradley, 

Beacey, 

Bright, 

Brocksief er, 

Brockway, 



William L. 
William D. 
John W. . 
Samuel 
Raffaele 
Charles N. 
Francesco 
Allen 
Harry J. 
Abe 

Charles F. 
Frank 
George W. 
LaRoy 
Lester M. 
Samuel J. 
Jacob 
Frank 
Frank C. 
Asa D. 
John P. Jr. 
Aubrey W. 
John T. 
Joseph J. 
William H. 
Karl H. 
Fred S. 



1 Oakland av., Rox,, 
60 Falcon st . , E. B. , 
8 Barrows st., B. D., 
34 Bicknell st., Dor., 
374 Geneva av. , 
111 Devonshire st., 

43 Tileston st. , 
271 Dartmouth st. , 
146 Tremont st . , 

25 Lawrence av., Rox., 
151 Tremont st . , 
133 Columbus av., 

11 E. Newton st. , 

44 Alpha rd., Dor., 
297 Washington st., 

11 Westminster rd., Rox., 

103 Chelsea st., E. B., 

137 B St., 
39 Temple pi. , 

114 Milk St., 
68 Centre st., Rox., 
24 Rowell St., Dor. , 
41 Oakview ter., J. P., 

107 Brick av., B. D., 

610 Columbus av., 

319 Htmt ingt on av . , 
17 Monadnock st.. 



1301 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Buck , 

Buergermeier, 

Butler, 

Buzzell, 

Bull, 

Campbell, . 

Cap r on, 

Chilton, 

Church, 

Clark, 

Clark , 

Clark , 

Cohen, 

Cohen, 

Cohen, 

Cohen, 

Cole, 

Cook, 

Cook, 

Cooney, 

Cooney, 

Corkery, . 

Cotter, 

Coxighlan, 

Coupe r, 

Courtney, 

Craig, 

Cramer, 

Crouch, 

Curley, 

Daley, 

IMillinger, 

Davee , 

Davis, 

Davis, . 

Davis, 

Davis, 

Dean,. 

DeFronzo, 

DeGiacomo, 

Dennison, 

Dervitsiotis, 

Dessel, 

Cooper, 



Francis D. 
Orville R. 
Samuel 
Abraham L. 
Arthur S. 
James S. 
Walter A. 
Thomas E. 
E. Philip 
Charles A. 
Forrest S. 
George E. 
Emanuel P. 
Frank 
Jack 
Mark E. 
George M. 
Albert A. 
C. Sydney Jr. 
William J. 
Leo 

Herbert T. 
William J. 
Charles E. 
Joel 
Eric 

W. Oliver Jr. 
Richard 
Pava W. 
Edward D. 
Jack 
Frank H. 
Stanley P. 
Arthur L. 
Charles H. 
Cutter P. 
Willard H. 
Walter 
Anthony 
Prank 
Ifiircus R. 
Panos 
Herman W. 
Arthur D. 



70 Oak St., H. P., 

50 Lexington st., 

51 Pinckney st . , 

24 Alban St., Dor., 
19 Bellvista rd. , 
11 E. Newton st . , 

.465 Columbia rd., 

4 Foster st. , B. D. , 

10 Long av., B. D. , 
26 Moreland st . , 

50 Peterborough st., 

25 Crawford st., Rox. , 

33 Elm Hill pk., 

42 Hutchins st., Rox., 
123 Svcnner st., 
84 State st . , 

26 Hollis St. , 

11 Concord sq, , 
24 Winter st., 

68 Seaver st., Roxbury, 
422 Newbury st . , 

9 Main st., C. D., 
• 17 Eelvidere st . , 

70 Brookline av. , 

38 Kenelworth st., 

97 Massachusetts av., 
148 State St., 
-I697 Washington st., 
584 Centre st., J. P., 
217 Commonwealth av., 

34 Evelyn st., Mattapan, 
230 State St., 

268 W. Newton st. , 
409 Huntington av., 

71 Waldeck st.. Dor., 
. 71 Waldeck st., Dor., 

39 Archdale rd., Ros., 
Ill Devonshire st., 
156 Prince st. , 

65 Ridgewood st., 
7 Wachusett st . , 
62 Carver st. , 
64 Astor St. , 
58 P St., 



i30: 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTELffiER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd, 



Devenny, 

Dichter, 

Doell. 

Doherty, . 

Dolan, 

Dover, 

Downing, 

Drumraey, . 

Duggan, 

Dunlap, 

Diinn, 

Eager,. . 

Eastman , 

Jlastman, 

Silenterg, 

Eisenberg, 

Smbree , 

Evans, . 

Fahey, 

Favreau, . 

Feibusch, 

Feldman, 

Ferguson, 

Fisher, 

Fiske, 

Fitzpatrick,; 

Flaherty,. 

Flinn, 

Fagg, 

Foley, 

Foley, 

Folger, . 

Fowler, 

FradJcin , 

Fredkin,. 

Fugere,. . 

Galvin, 

Gelewitz, 

Getchell,. 

Gibbons , 

Giblin, 

Ginter, 

Glossman,. 



Joseph H. 
Max 

Frederic H. 
Joseph E. 
Thomas F. 
James A> 
John F. 
William W. 
Daniel J. 
Kenneth C. 
Michael 
Granville 
Charles H. 
Harry M. 
Abner 
Henry 
George N. 
Harrison L. 
Joseph J. 
Edward A. 
Joseph C. 
Joseph 
John N. 
Emil 

Rodington 
James B. 
John J. 
Chess V/. 
Edward C. 
James E. Jr. 
Thomas F. 
Thomas E. 
Vincent D. 
Frederic 
Harry L. 
Ralph A. 
Thomas E. 
David 
Arthur V. 
William C. 
Hubert T. 
John S. 
Solomon 



2 King st. , Dor. , 

16 Charlotte st., Dor., 
73 Bellevue av. , 

114 Bay State rd., 
107 Robin Wood av., 

8 Ivory St., W. R. , 
31 Dunreath st . , 

533 Washington St. , Dor., 

93 Coleman st. , 
114- Milk St., 
505 E. Eighth St., 

70 Brookline av., 

17 Bradlee st . , Dor., 

70 Brookline av., 
165 Ruthven st . , Rox., 

. 47 Waxmbeck st., Rox., 
14 Weld av., Roxbury, 
60 State St., 

423 Seventh st. , 

494 LaGrange st . , 

71 Westminster av., 
180 Q,uincy st., Rox., 
168 River St. , 

25 Aberdeen st. , 
89 State St., 
154 Tremont st. , 
66 W. Eagle st. , 
97 Massachusetts av. , 
Copley Plaza Hotel, Copley sq. 
74- Wellington Hill st., 
198 Folkin St., E. B., 
19 Burlingame Way, 
- 2161 Washington st . , 
80 Fenway, 
78 Chauncy st. , 
1230 Commonwealth av., 
121 Vernon st., 
366 Center st., J. P., 
4 Hartford st., Dor., 

9 Aberdeen st . , 
11 Mt. Vernon st., 

517 Tremont st., 
50 Vernon st . , Rox., 



1303 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPT3IIBER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Gorman, 


£i • £ • 


16 


Graham, 


Timothy P. 


58 


Grant , 


H. K. 


3^^ 


Gregory, 


Edward R. 


39 


Hall, 


Sherwood Jr. 


^7^ 


Hamilton, 


Harry 


. 51 


Hamraett, 


Alfred A. 


24 


Hank in, 


Charles A. 


5i 


Hanks, 


Harold S. 


. 184 


Hannah, 


George H. 


37 


Hannon , 


John C. 


14 


Harris, 


George W. 


29 


Hector, 


Charles B. 


. 153 


Herscovitz, 


Charles 


.263 


Hinjunan , 


Raymond E. 


62 


Holland, 


Charles J. 


7 


Hook, 


Dudley W. 


1046 


Hotchkiss, 


Frank LI. 


264 


Hyneman, 


Reuben C. 


16 


Irving, 


George A. 


24 


Jackson, 


Samuel B. 


11 


Jacohs, 


Frederic 


7 


JacolDS, 


Henry N. 


. 17 


Jame s , 


William B. 


5 


Jeffrey, 


Charles E. Jr. 


574 


Jelley, 


Louis J. 


18 


Johnson, 


John H. 


97 


Jones, 


Charles F. 


1706 


Joslin, 


Edmund L. 


.19 


Kalinauskas, 


Francis J. 


256 


Kaplan, 


Samuel P. 


118 


Kaplan , 


William 


190 


Kaiifman, 


George J. 


22 


Keezer, 


Maurice 


25 


Kelley, 


George E. 


3b8 


Kelley, 


Henry X. 


103 


Kempt on, 


Robie E. 


. 53 


Kenna, 


William B. 


1545 


Kerrigan, 


Joseph G. 


. 326 


Kilgour, 


Dwight F. 


11 


Kinghorn, 


William B. 


. 5 


Kirkwood, 


Robert J. 


160 


Klein, 


Max 


. 62 


Keenan, 


George L. 


. 19 


Lockwood, 


William E. 


6 



Humphrey st . , Dor. , 
Glenway st., Dor., 
Ivy St. , 

Melville av.. Dor., 
Commonwealth av.. 
Walnut Park, 
West St., 
Ashburton pi. , 
Sxjmmer st., 
Temple pi. , 
Thurston rd. , 
Chelsea st., C. D., 
Hemenway st . , 
Normandy st . , 
Bunker Hill st. , 
Prescott pi., B. D. 
Bennington st., 
Brookline av. , 
Federal st., 
Essex St. , C. D. , 
E. Newton st., 
Fordham ct., J. P. , 
Intervale st., Rox. , 
Faneuil Hall Market, 
Commonwealth av., 
St. Germain st., 
Massachusetts av., 
Commonwealth av., 
Bradlee st., Dor., 
W. Third st., 
Elm Hill av., 
Harvard st.. Dor., 
Auburn st . , 
Angell St., Dor., 
Washington st., 
Aldrich St. , Ros. , 
State St., 
Tremont st., 
Dorchester st . , 
Pemberton sq. , 
Bellvista rd., B. D. 
Dorchester st., 
Brunswick st., Rox., 
Sparhawk st., B. D. 
Walnut rd. , 



1304 



BOSTOU, FRIDAY, SEPTEIffiER 12, I919 , 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Xulda, 

Labovitz, 

Langley, 

Lecuyer, 

Lefkowith, 

Lent, 

Lent, 

Leonard, 

Leslie, . 

Levine, 

Levine, 

Levine,. 

Licberman, 

Littlefield, 

Lanre, 

Lowell, 

Lynch,, 

Malaguti, 

Malley, ■ 

Mangino , 

Martin, 

Marvin, • 

Miller, 

Mo ran, 

Morse, 

Muldoon, 

Murphy , 

Myrer, 

McCarthy, 

McDermott, 

McGary, 

MacGregor, 

McKay, 

McLain, , • 

McLaughlin, 

McLaughl in , 

McMinn , 

McMorrow, 

McMurray, 

MacRae, 

Neuert , 

Feustadt , 

Nev/bold, 

Nichols, 

Uist, 

Huzza, 



Joseph W. 
Daniel J. 
Harris W. 
N. H. 
Joseph 
David A. 
Ernest S. 
Richard P. 
Willard T. 
Benjamin 
Nathan 
Samuel 
Phillip E. 
Elmer P. 
Edward 
D. Prescott 
Jame s C . 
Charles D. 
Charles A. 
Nicholas 
William J. 
Vale G. 
Leroy A. R. 
Thomas P. 
Charles R. 
Frederic J. 
Leo M. 

Elizabeth B. 
John P. 
Roger 
Charles W. 
John 

Gordon B. 
William A. Jr. 
James P. 
Michael 
Harry P. 
James J. 
Walter G. 
Vernon 0. A. 
Louis P. 
Ephraim 
Thomas J, 
Edward H. 
Joseph P. 
Joseph 



Dorchester av. , 
Baird st., Dor., 
Brookline av. , 
Montgomery st . , 
Walnut av. , 
Commonwealth av., 
Ashmont st . , 
Cedar st . , 
Brookline av., 
Ruthven st . , 
Cheney st . , Rox. , 
Wapping st . , C. D. , 
Chambers st., 
Shore av., Salem, 
Lorenzo st. , Dor. , 
Brookline av. , 
Tremont st . , 
Gardner st . , W. R. , 
Commonwealth av., 
River St., Mattapan, 
Milk St., 

Bowdoin st. , Dor. , 
Boylston st., 
Bowdoin St., 
Saranac st., Dor., 
Wales St., Dor., 
Malcolm St. , 
Columbus sq., 
Houghton St., Dor., 
Charter st., 
Ijlassachusetts av., 
Concord sq., 
Adams st., Dor., 
Belvista rd., B. D., 
No. Anderson st., 
Grant st. , Dor. , 
Central st . , 
Hancock st.. Dor., 
Southern av., Dor., 
White St., E. B., 
"A" Washington st., 
Lawrence av. , 
State st . , 
Marlboro st., 
Tremont st . , 
V/ebster st.. 



1305 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEI£BER 12, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Nybo , 

O'Brien, . 

Oliver, 

O'Ueil, 

Packard, 

Penney, 

Perkins, 

Perkins,. 

Perrin, 

Phipps, 

Pierson, 

Porter, 

Ratigan, 

Reid, 

JShiess, 

Robtins, 

Roberts, 

Rogers, 

Rudnick, 

Russell, 

Rufberg, 

Rut ledge, 

Sandler, 

Sargent , 

Saxton, 

Shauglinessy, 

Shepard , 

Sherv/ood, 

Sisson,. 

Smart , , 

Smith, 

Sorgi, 

Sorgi, 

Spaulding, 

Spear, 

Stanton, 

Stephens, 

Sturniolo, 

Sullivan, 

Swain, 

Sweeney, 

Teague, 

Temple, 

Robinson, 

Schlosberg, 



Christian 
George L. 
Andrew 
.William J. 
Charles H. 
Richard H. 
George E. 
Richard H. 
Daniel R. 
Harold E. 
Arthur G. 
.Charles 
Thomas H. 
David 
Ph. 

W. Herbert 
Arnold P. 
Howard L. 
Morris J. 
Emerson L. 
Benjamin 
Arthur E. 
Hyman 
Anthony C. 
George E. 
George P. 
Prank R. 
Walter 
Hyman 
Leon W. 
Loring D. 
Ernest W. 
Louis R. 
John D. 

Christopher R. 
Harry J. 
Albert J. 
Charles 
Daniel H. 
George P. 
Frederick J. 
Prank L. 
Onsorth L. 
Nathaniel G. 
Louis H. 



. 36 Iffley rd., J. P. , 
.137 Washington St., 

27 Brimmer st . , 
100 Welles av. , 
193 Lexington st., 

21 Ridge St.. , 
473 Atlantic av., 

27 St. Luke's rd., B. D., 

39 Harvard sq., C. D. , 

97 Jtossachusetts av., 
3S8 Washington st., 

84 Devon st., Roxbury, 
6 Treadway rd., Dor., 

11 Grant st . , 

97 St. Stephens st . , 
8 Bowdoin st . , 
312 Warren st. , 

34 Spooner rd.. Brook., 
. 62 Glenville av., E. D. , 

78 Fairbanks st., E. D., 

63 Allen St. , 
4 Southwood St., Rox. , 

72 Joy St., 

212 Maverick St., E. B. 

6 Sargent st . , 
39 Court st . , 
62 Bunker Hill st., 
1082 Commonwealth av., 
3 Westminster st., 

39 Pearl st. , 

24 Montvale st ., 
472 Talbot av., 
156 Talbot av. , 

10 Kenmore st . , 
G. 2440 Washington st., 
169 Congress st., 

73 Tremont st . , 
34- Frankfort st . , 

40 Harold st., Roxbury, 
1988 Commonwealth av. , 
1116 Hyde Pai'k av., 

92 Pembroke st . , 
327 Newport av., 

21 Mt. Pleasant av. , 
126 Putnam st., E. B. , 



1306 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTKMSER 12, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded, 



Thompson, 

Thresher, 

Thresher, 

Tinkler, - 

Tobin, 

Toomajanian, 

Treco, 

Tringali 

Ulin, 

VTaldman, 

Ward, 

Y/asserman, 

Welburn, 

Whitcomt,, 

White, 

Wilkinson, 

Willie, 

Winitzer, 

Winstoii, 

Ziegel, 



Leon M. 
Carl H. 
Frank J. 
Jack 

Samuel I . 
Harry 
Winfred L. 
•Antonio J. 
Max 

Benjamin 
William N. 
Harry 
Alfred P. 
W. H. 

•Carleton R. 
Edward H. 
Guy C. 
Simon 
Harry R. 
Anthony J. 



48 Shawmut av . , 
19 Temple pi., 

19 Temple pi. , 

39 Mt. Pleasant av., 
204 Commercial st., 
439 Broadway, 

25 Tremont row, 
254 Everett st., E. E., 
190 Ruthven st., Rox., 

41 Mattapan st . , 

10 Marble st., Roxbury, 

20 No. Andersonst., 
70 Brookline av. , 

6 Beacon st. , 
872 Centre st., J. P., 
38 Rosemont st., Dor., 
1^ Allston Heights, 
20 Garden st . , 
38 Fabyan st . , Dor., 
98 Hemenway st. 



The following named persons v^ere appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 3I1 1920. 



Officers. 



Aldrich, 

Bent, 

Clapp, 

Cunningham, 

Cunningham, 

Dyer, 

Raymond, . 

Shorey, 

Smith, 

Anslow, 

Bogle, 

Brown, 

Copano , 

Cunningham, 

Downey, 

Dunn, 

Hewitt , 

Lochance, 

Norton, 

Peters, 

Webb, 



W. F. 

F. R. 
Walter 
Charles J. 
Frank J. . 
Orrin L. 
Charles H. 
Charles H. 
Charles H. 
Charles 
Stanley P. 
Ronald W. 
Bruno 
Joseph P. 
William T. 
Edward M. 
John A. 
Alton G. 
Frank A. 
Wilton E. 
George 



Employers. 

New England Velie Company, 

A. J. Shorey, President, 
80 Brookline av. & 31 Jersey st. 



Boston American League Baseball 
Club, Thomas J. Barry, Att'y, 
Fenway Park, Lansdowne st . , 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, I9I9. 



Contd. 



1307 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers 


• 


Barr, 


Harry D. 


DovTd, 


Albert E. 


Megan, 


Thomas P. 


Phelan, 


Francis X 


Bonner, 


William J 


Staples, 


Ernest A. 


Eonning, 


William J 


Erodie, . 


John M. 


Clark , 


Aura J. 


Collins, 


Patrick L 


Colson, 


C. Albert 


Crowley, 


John J. 


Drew, 


Lyle W. 


Giffin, 


Harrie M. 


Hill, 


Joseph F. 


Knight, 


Henry W. 


Murphy, 


John J. 


Pratt , 


Charles L 


Spinney, 


Paul R. 


Bridges, 


David W. 


Hogan, 


James J. 


Long, 


Thomas F. 



Browne , 
Leary, 

Bianpus , 
Campbell, 



Robert A. 
Edward F. 

Fred W. 



Guy E. 



Employers. 



International Trust Company, 
Howard Norton, Ass»t Sec, 
45 Milk St. & 115 Svimmer st., 

Gilchrist Company, 
C. C. Ferris, Pres. 
413-431 Washington st., 1-11 
Winter st. Music Hall pi. & 
Hamilton pi. , 
Kinney Manufacturing Company, 
Fred P. Kinney, Treas., 
3529 Washington st.. 



) H. P. Hood & Sons, 
( Charles H. Hood, President, 
) 494, 629, 477-479, 481-495 Ruther- 
ford av., 5-15 Thorndike st., 8-24 
Allen St., 440, 4-48-452 Main St., 
22-30 Anson st . , 19-24 St. Mark 
St., J. P., 136 Westbourne ter., 
298 Dorchester st., 1204 Columbia 
rd., & 66 Whitfield st.. Dor., 
) • Paine Furniture Company, 
) S. G. Hall, Purchasing 
Agent, 81 Arlington st., 
International Trust Co. , 

Howard Norton, Ass't Sec, 
45 Milk St., & 115 Stuamer st., 
American Glue Company, 
George R. Underv/ood, 
cor. Beverly & Causeway sts.. 



1308 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTElffiER 12, 1919' 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 
Charlton, Thomas 



- contd. 



Employers. 



Clougherty, 



Dean, 



Dow, 

Hallahan, 
SvLllivan, 
Flaherty, 



Florino, 
Fonseca, 
Forrester, 
F.oskett, 
. Fuller, 
Galletly, 



Gavin., 

Grey, 

Gorman, 

Harkins, 

Hill, 

Morse, 

Shaw, 

Tyler, 

Walsh, 



Michael J. 



.James S. 



. Fred H. 
Stephei 
Miah F. ) 
Francis J. 



in A, [ 



Joseph 
Frank V. 
Charles S. 
Walter D. 
Edwin 
John R. 



William 

Edward 

Michael 

Daniel 

Frank 

George Jr. 

Harry 

Richard 

John 



Malcolm H. Eaton, Partner, 
Thompson's Spa, 

237 Washington St., 
G. M. Wethern Company, 

William E. Harris, Supt., 
21-27 Temple pi., & 25-33 

West St., 
James S. Dean, Supt., 
Employers Liability Building 
32-36 Central st . , 
George B. Magrath, Medical 
Exajniner Suffolk County, 
18 No. Grove st . , 
Motor Itort Garage, 
W. D. DewBon, Ifejiager, 
222 Eliot St., 
Fidelity Chocolate Co. Inc., 
0. P. Sanders, Manager, 
. 923-927 Washington st., 
Raymond Syndicate, 
. James C. Goode, Floor Mgr. , 

356-362 Washington st., 
Old South Trust Company, 
John R. McVey, President, 
306 Washington st., 
Walter D. Foskett, Owner, 
Hyde Park Theatre, 

1254 Hyde Park av. , 
Boston Chamber of Commerce, 
James A. McKibben, Secretary, 
cor. Milk & India sts., 
W.. E. Hunt Company, 

. James A. Beckford, Treas., 
707 Washington st.. 
Park. & Recreation Department, 

William P. Long, Deputy 
Coram' r, buildings in Franklin 

Park , 



1309 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - contd. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Graham, 



Hildreth, 
McGary, 


Herbert A 
Charles W 


Huntley, 


David Y/. 


Jackson, 


Joseph B. 


Jacobs, 


Philip C. 


Keith, 


Elwood 


Kindred , 
Powers, 


George L. 
Elroy L. 


Lord, 
Reed, 


Fred R. 
Arthur P. 


Mack in, 


John E. 


Malaguti, 


Charles D. 


McGinnis, 


William J. 


McGoyern, 


Thomas 


Paige, 


Milton C. 



James H. Richard deB. Boardman, 

Scollay Building, 40 Court st., 
Piske Building, 89 State st., & 

" " Annex, 99 State st., 
& Bacon Building, Washington st., 
) H. L. Hildreth Company, 
) W. A. Hildreth, Ass't Treas. 
276 Franklin st. & 67 Battery- 
march st . , 
David V/. Hiintley, Lessee, 

Huntley Garage, 
21 Hawkins st. & ^7 Sudbury st. 
Scollay Sq. Olympia Company, 
Max Shoolman, President, 
3 Tremont row, 
Powdrell Manufacturing Company, 
Fred A. Powdrell, Pres., 
^^ Elm st . , 
C. R. Aussin, Managing Trustee, 
Brazer Building, 
27 State St., 
Pinkham Press, 

Charles A. Pinkham, Pres., 
286 Congress st ., 
) Hunt-Rankin Leather Company, 
Burt W. Rankin, Treasurer, 
106 Beach st . , 
Folsom Engraving Company, 
L. B. Folsom, Treasurer, 
88 Pearl st., 
Charles D. Malaguti, Pres., 
Columbia Counter Co. 
347-349 Congress st., 
Amos B. Carver, Estate of Eben 

D. Jordan, 27 School st. & 
- 6-8-10-12 City Hall av., 
C. E. Fay-Allen Company, 
Allen M. Fay, Secretary, 
620 Commonwealth av.. 
The Provident Institution for 
Savings, Henry Parkman, Treas. 
36 Temple pi.. 



1310 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 
Parker, Charles H. 



Scruggs, 
Shepard , 

Smart, 



Thurlow, 
Titcomb, 

Whittaker, 



Jesse W. 

Prank R. 

Leon W. 



Charles Jr. 
Albert C. 

Douglas J. 



- concluded. 

Employers. 

Edison Electric Illuminating Co. 
Robert E. Dillon, Ass't Supt. 
776 Summer St., 
Julius C. Westmoreland, Owner, 

561, 610 & 616 Columbus av. 
General Eaking Company, 

P. R. Shepard, Manager, 
premises boxinded by Bunker Hill, 
Edgeworth, Jackson & Perrin sts. 
Lillian C. Smart, Manager, 
Mrs. Warren's Lunch, 
39 Pearl st, , 
New England Foundation Co. Inc. 
A. C. Titcomb, President, 
70 Kilby St., 
Boston Stock Exchange, 

George A. Rich, Secretary, 
53 State st. 



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



Appointed September 10, 1919* 



Albee , 



Anslow, 

Bogle, 

Brown, 

Copano , 

Cunningham, 

Dean, 

Downey, 

Dunn, 



George M. 
White, 



Chadbourne, 
William 



Appointed September 12, 1919* 



Charles 

Stanley P. 

Ronald. W. 
■Bruno 

Joseph P. 

James S. 

William T. 

Edward U. 
Whittaker, 
Ponseca, 



Puller, 

Gorman, 

Hewitt, 

Lochance, 

Malagut i , 

Norton, 

Peters, 

Webb, 

Doxiglas J. 

Prank V. 



Raymond B. 



Edwin 
Michael 
John A. 
Alton G. 
Charles D. 
Prank A. 
Wilton E. 
George 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, I919. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 



Appointed SeptemTaer 11, 1919 • 



Abtott , 

Abbott, 

Allen, 

Allison, 

Anderson, 

Barer, 

Barton, 

Bates, 

Boody, 

Brown, 

Eurgoyne, 

Campbell , 

Cajnpbell , 

Car on, 

Cash, 

Cleveland, 

Cook, 

Crane , 

Dittrick, 

Edgerton, 

Erickson, 

Planigan, 

Ewald, 

Fergus.on, 

Polsom, 

Pudge, 

Gamble , 

Gilman, 

Goode, 

Goodwin, 

Grant , 

Hare, 

Hastings, 

Horton, 

Hubbell, 

Jones, 

Jones, 

Wright, 



Charles R. 
William B. 
George 
Alex J. 
Alfred 
Sam 

Prank E. 
Prancis K. 
Milton, B. 
Prank M. 
Charles L. 
James H. 
John A. 
Henry 
John A. 
Albert E. 
William P. 
Carl S. . 
Emil 

Joseph J. 
Carl E. 
John A. 
Henry J. 
William R. 
James 
Henry W. 
James 
Warren L. 
Shedrick 
Pryor C. 
H, K. 
Alfred E. 
Albert A. 
•Lawrence M. 
Charles H. 
Amos P. 
Charles P. 
George 



Keenan , 
Kelley, 
Kirkwood, 
Kn owl ton, 
Koip, 
Leach, 
-Lesser, 
LoCascio, 
Lowry, 
Lutts, 
Maguire, 
Melvin, 
Merrill , 
McCarthy, 
McKeen, 
McKeen, 
McLaughlin, 
McLean, 
Miller,. 
O'Kiggins, 
Parks, 
Rasch, 
Reddy, . 
Reed, 
Rudge , 
Ryan, 
Shenker, 
Shmeltz, 
Stanley, 
Strong, 
Swett , 
Trenoweth, 
Tryder, 
Verzone, 
Vesey, 
Worrell, 
Wortsman, 
Wyman, 



Contd. 



1311 



Michael , 
William 
Robert J. 
Chesley H. 
Herman 
Clem B. 
Alfred A. 
Philip A. 
Philip L. 
Leon H. 
Henry J. 
William P. 
Ulysses G. 
Daniel A. 
Pred E. 
Horace E. 
James P. 
John 
John H. 
John B. 
C. Wilbur 
Frederick V. 
R. W. 
George N. 
James E. 
Patrick J. 
Morris 
W. Sherman 
Prank A. 
Eli A. 
Wesley S. 
Howard G. 
James D. 
Richard G. 
Daniel P. . 
Robert C. I 
Max 
Ferdinand A. Jr. 



1312 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEIvEEER 12, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Harlem E. Trxjmbvill, II3 Congress 
street, Amesbury, for a copy of his license to carry a pistol or 
revolver in this Commonwealth was granted. 



The application of John F, Gundel for a Wagon License 
#6852 to locate in front of 58 Cedar street was granted for the 
year ending June 3O1 1920. 



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



Patrol, 



n 

N 

n 

N 

tt 



Charles H. Bullock, 
Prank J. Kelley, 
Edward J. Raft us, 
Samuel C. Hut chins, 
John H. Spratt, 
James S. Norton, 



Div. 


4, 


6 


days, 


^ 26.30 


n 


5, 


6 


11 


26.30 


N 


5. 


6 


If 


26.30 


II 


9. 


7 


H 


30.68 


n 


12, 


7 


N 


30.68 


H 


16, 


12 


N 


52.60 



$192.86 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending September 11, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 
Attest : 



142,480.93 
626.09 

618.87 
199.42 

63.85 
$43,989.16 



Chief Cle 



ftr 



OFF I (a Or 'xiiBi i-uijlco!, COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, September I3, I919. 



1313 



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



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

It is manifest tlrnt the places in the Police Force of 
Boston formerly held by the men who deserted their posts of duty, 
have by this action been rendered vacant. I am advised by the 
Attorney General that upon the existing facts the offices formerly 
held by the members of the Police Force to whom I have referred, are 
in fact and in law vacant. I shall accordingly proceed in accord- 
ance with law and in strict compliance with the requirements of 
the Civil Service Laws to fill these vacancies with nev/ men. I 
have submitted to the Itoyor of Boston recommendations for immediate 
adoption relating to a revision of salaries for the lowest paid j 
members of the Police Force; and I shall later submit recommenda- 
tions for a revision of the entire salary list. 

I have further requested the Civil Service Commission to 
grant me authority to appoint to the Police Force any veteran as 
defined by Chap. 1^0 of the General Acts of 1919, whether such ' 
veteran be a resident of Boston or not. The Attorney General has 
ruled that such veteran must be a resident of the Commonwealth but 
need not be a resident of the city of Boston. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crov/ley, 
Superiiitent of Police, against Patrolman John F. Mclnnes of Division 
2 for violation of Rule 35 o^ "tiie Rules and Regulations of the 



1314 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman John P. Mclnnes - concluded. 

Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATIOIT OF SECTION 19 OP SAID RULE which says: 
"No member of the Force shall join or belong to any Organization 
ClulD or Body composed of present or present and past members of 
the Force which is affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on the fifteenth day of August, A. D. 
1919 1 the said John P. Mclnnes, then and now a member and Patrolman I 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi-l 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said .John P. Mclnnes now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation af Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
j Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Mclnnes by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, I919, sentenced him, the said John 
F. Mclnnes, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City 
of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEIffiER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman John P. Whitten of 
Division 10 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1; VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OP SAID RULE TOICH SAYS: 
"No aieniber of the Force shall join or belong to any Organization, 
Club or Body composedpf present or present and past members of the 
Force which is affiliated with or a part of any organization, club 
or body outside the Department, except that a Post of the Grand 
Array of the Republic, The United Spanish War Veterans and the 
American Legion of World's War Veterans may be formed within the 
Department . " 

Specification 1: In that within a week prior to August. 20th, 
A. D., 1919, the said John P. Whitten, then and now a member and 
Patrolman of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a 
certain organization, club or body composed of present or present 
and past members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, 
a local or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the 
Boston Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated 
with the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2. In that the said John P. Whitten now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commis- 
sioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Whitten by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared with coimsel and pleaded not 
guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Commission- 
er finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and 
on th£ thirteenth day of September, 1919. sentenced him, the said 
Patrolman John P. Whitten, to be dismissed from the Police Depart- 
ment of the City of Boston. 



1315 



1316 



BOSTOE, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I3, I919. Contd. 



• In the matter of the complaint made "by Michael H. Crowley 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Edmund J. Burke of 
Division 16 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: : ^ 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION I9 OP SAID RUU) which says • 
iro 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 affiliated with or a part of any organization, club 
or body outside the Department, except that a Post of the Grand 
Array of the Republic, The United Spanish War Veterans and the 
American Legion of World's War Veterans may be formed within the 
Department . " 

I 

I Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th 
1919, the said Edmund J. Burke, then and now a member and Patralraa^i 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
m the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police 
Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the 
American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of Labor 
is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said Edmund J. Burke now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
descrioed in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
jPolice Department of the City of Boston. j 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Burke by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Commis- 
sioner rinds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint 
•^°S^ ®."J^^*®®"*^ ^^^ °^ September, 1919, sentenced him. the' 
said Edmund J. Burke, to be dismissed from the Police Department of 
the City of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SBPTELfflER 13, 1919 . 



Contd. 



1317 



. In the matter of the complaint made ty Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman John H. O'Hare of 
Division 7 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"No member of the Force shall join or belong to any Organization, 
Club of Body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force which is affiliated 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 . " 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th,- 
1919. "the said John H. O'Hare, then and now a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor, known as the Boston Police 
Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the 
American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of Labor 
is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said John H. O'Hare now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 1 
Police Department of the City of Boston. I 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commission- 
er on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman O'Hare by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He appeared with coxinsel and pleaded not guilty 
to the charge and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds I 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, 1919 • sentenced him, the- said John H. 
O'Hare, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1318 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, I919. 



Contd. 



. In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Michael L. King of 
Division 9 for violation of Rule 35 of tlie Rules and Regvilations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 of SAID RULE WHICH SAYS: 
"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 
Porce which is affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In tiiat on the fifteenth day of August, 
A. D., 1919* the said Michael L. King, then and now a member and 
Patrolman of the Police Porce of the City of Boston did join a 
certain organization, club or body composed of present or present 
and past members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, 
a local or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the 
Boston Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated 
with the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation 
of Labor is and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said Michael L. King now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated withjor part of the American Federation of Labor and which 
said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the Police 
Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman King by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Com- 
missioner finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, 
and on the thirteenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, the 
said Michael L. King, to be dismissed from the Police Department of 
the City of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEIIBER 13, 1919 . 



Contd, 



1319 



. In the matter of the complaint made "by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Williajn P. Wills of | 
Division 10 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit; 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATIZTG SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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." 

' Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919. "the said William P. Wills, then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

I Specification 2: In that the said William P. Wills now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commission- 
er on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Wills by giving him a true copy of 
the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty to 
the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds I 
^nd adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the ' 
thirteenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, the said William 
P. Wills to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1320 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY, SEPTEIffiER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



. In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Richard J. Austin of '| 
Division 1 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of ' 
the Police Department, to wit: 

I CHARGE 1: VIOLATIITO SECTION I9 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"No member of the Porce shall join or belong to any Organization, 
Club or Body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force which is affiliated 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." 

I Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 12th, 
1919. the said Richard J. Austin, then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. . Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said Richard J. Austin now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, cvirrent, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Austin by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with coiinsel- and pleaded 
not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Com- 
missioner finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, 
and on the thirteenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, the 
said Richard J. Austin, to be dismissed from the Police Department- 
of the City of Boston. 



1321 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEIffiER 13, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made "by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman James J. Garrity of 
Division 2 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regiaations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1; VIOLATION OP SECTION I9 OP SAID RULE which says: 
"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 
Porce which is affiliated with or a part of any organization, club 
or body outside the Department, except that a Post of the Grand Array 
of the Republic, The United Spanish War Veterans and the American 
Legion of World's War Veterans may be foirmed within the Department." 

Specification 1: In that on or about the fifteenth day of 
August, A. D., 1919f "the said James J. Garrity, then and now a I 
member and Patrolman of the Police Force of the City of Boston did ' 
join a certain organization, club or body composed of present or 
present and past members of the police force of the City of Boston, 
to wit, a local or branch in the American Federation of Labor known 
as the Boston Police Union which said xmion was then and is now I 
affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. Said American 
Federation of Labor is now and then was an organization, club or 
body outside the Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specif ication. 2: In that the said James J. Garrity now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-sixth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Garrity by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth ciay.of September, 1919. sentenced him, the said James J. 
Garrity, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1322 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTELEBER I3, I919 . 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made hy Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman George E. Perreira of 
Division 1 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION I9 OP SAID RULE which says; 
"No memlDer of the Force shall join or belong to any Organization, 
Club or Body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Porce which is affiliated 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 V/orld's War Veterans may be formed within the Department." 

Specification 1; In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said George E. Perreira then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Porce of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Porce of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Pederation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Pederation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said George E. Perreira now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 1 
American Pederation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and I 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Pederation of Labor and which 
said Pederation is an organization, club or body outside the Police 
Department of the City of Boston. 

j It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commission- 
er on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Perreira by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He appeared with coxinsel and pleaded not guilty, 
and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds and adjudges 
him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the thirteenth day 
of September, I919, sentenced him, the said George E. Perreira, 
to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTElilBER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



1323 



- In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Thomas J. Driscoll of 
Division 3 for violation of Rule 35 of the Riiles and RegXilations of 
the Police Department, to wit; 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION I9 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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 VTorld's War Veterans may be formed within the Department." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919 1 the said Thomas J. Driscoll, then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the | 
Police Department of the City of Boston. I 

Specification 2; In that the said Thomas J. Driscoll now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commission- 
er on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Driscoll by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded not 
guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds and 
adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the thir- 
teenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, the said Thomas J. 
Driscoll, to be dismissed from the Police Department .of the City of 
Boston. 



oo. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919 • 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Stephen J. Dunleavy of 
Division 3 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1; VIOLATING SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says; 
"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 affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said Stephen J. Dvmleavy, then and now a member and 
Patrolman of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a 
certain organization, club or body composed of present or present 
and past members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, 
a local or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the 
Boston Police Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated 
with the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specif ication .2: In that the said Stephen J. Dunleavy now 
belongs to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police 
Union and described in Specification 1, which said local or branch 
is now affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor 
and which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside 
the Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Dunleavy by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Com- 
missioner finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, 
and on the thirteenth day of September, 1919. sentenced him, the 
said Stephen J. Dxaileavy, to be dismissed from the Police Department 
of the City of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMEER 13, 1919 . 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman John J. Maloney of 
Division 4 for violation of RvUe 35 of the R\;iles and Regiilations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1; VIOLATIIIG SECTION 19 OP SAID RUI:E which says: 
"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 
Porce which is affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919 1 "tlie said John J. Maloney, then and now a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police 
Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the 
American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of Labor 
is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the Police 
Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification .2: In that the said John J. Maloney now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specif i cat ion[L .which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police Commission- 
er on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Maloney by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded not guilty, 
and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds and adjudges 
him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the thirteenth day of 
September, 1919. sentenced him, the said John J. Maloney, to be 
dismissed from the Police Department of the City of Boston. 



1325 



1326 



BOSTON, SATUEDAY, SEPTEIIBER 13, I919 



Contd. 



. In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Philip S. Corbett of 
Division 5 fo^ violation of Rule 35 0^ the Rviles and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In tliat on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said Philip S. Corbett, then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside 
the Police Department of the City o-f Boston. 

Specification 2:. In that the said Philip S. Corbett now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the ' 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due ' 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Corbett by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and 
pleaded not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the 
Commissioner finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the com- 
plaint, and on the thirteenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, 
the said Philip S. Corbett, to be dismissed from the Police Depart- 
ment of the City of Boston. 



1327. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SBPTELIBER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman James G. Peters of 
Division 11 for violation of Rule 3? of "the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 of SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919. "the said James G. Peters, then and now a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union, which said Union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside 
the Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said James G. Peters now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Peters by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with covmsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, 1919. sentenced him, the said James G. 
Peters, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1328 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTElffiER 13, 1919 . 



Contd. 



. In the matter of the complaint made "by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Michael J. Joyce of 
Division 12 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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 
Lejgion of World's War Veterans may be formed within the Department." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said Michael J. Joyce, then and now a member and Patrol- 
man of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain 
organization, club or body composed of present or present and past I 
members of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local ' 
or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston 
Police Union which said union was then and is now affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. ■ Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said Michael J. Joyce now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 1 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now I 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and which 
said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the Police 
Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the tv/enty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Joyce by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty to the charge, and on the evidence presented, the Com- 
missioner finds and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, 
and on the thirteenth day of September, 19 19, sentenced him, the 
said Michael J. Joyce, to be dismissed from the Police Department 
of the City of Boston. 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, I919. 



Contd. 



1329 



In the matter of the complaint made ty Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Hugh H. Garrity of 
Division 16 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regiilations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OF SAID RULE which says: 
"Ho 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 affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said Hugh H. Garrity, then and now a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union 
which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the American 
Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of Labor is now and 
then was an organization, club or body outside the Police Department 
of the city of Boston. 

Specification 2: In tlriat the said Hugh H. Garrity now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specif ication.l, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Garrity by giving him 
a true copy of the complaint. He appear-ed with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjvidges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, I919, sentenced him, the said Hugh 
H. Garrity, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the city 
of Boston. 



1330 



BOSTOH, SATURDAY, SEPTEIffiER 13, 19 19 



Contd, 



. In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman V/illiam P. Brown of 
Division l6 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to v/it: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OP SAID RULE which says: 
"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 affiliated 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." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said William F. Brown, then and now .a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union 
which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the American 
Federation of Labor. Said American Federation .of Labor is now and 
then was an organization, club or body outside the Police Department 
of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2:, In that the said William F. Brown now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and 
which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside 
the Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Brown by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared v/ith counsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, 1919, sentenced him, the said V/illiam 
F. Brown, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1331 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTlIvfflER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman James L. Butler of 
Division 19 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations 1 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATIi^G SECTIOi. 19 OF SAID HULS which says: 
"i-To 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 affiliated with or a part of any organization, club 
or body outside the Department, except that a Post of the Grand Array 
of the Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans and the American 
Legion of World's War Veterans may be formed within the Department." 

Specification 1: In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919 » t^e said James L. Butler, then and now a member and Patrolman 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston did join a certain organi- 
zation, club or body composed of present or present and past members 
of the Police Force of the City of Boston, to wit, a local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union 
which said Union was then and is now affiliated with the American 
Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of Labor is now and 
then was an organization, club or body outside the Police Department 

I of the City of Boston. 

I Spe<;if ication 2; In that the said James L. Butler now belongs 
to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch in the 
American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police Union and 
described in Specification 1, which said local or branch is now 
affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor and which 
said Federation is an organization, club or body outside the Police 
Department of the City of Boston. 

1 It appeared that a hearing was had before the Police ! 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Butler by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared with counsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, 1919. sentenced him, the said James L. 
Butler, to be dismissed from the Police Department of the City of 
Boston. 



1332 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919' 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Michael H. Crowley, 
'Superintendent of Police, against Patrolman Stephen J. Ryder Jr. of 
Division 2 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit; 

CHARGE 1: VIOLATING SECTION 19 OP SAID RULE which says: 
"No member of the Porce sliall join or "belong to any Organization, 
Club or Body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Porce which is affiliated with or a part of any organization, club 
or body outside the Department, except that a Post of the Grand Array 
of the Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans and the American 
Legion of World's V/ar Veterans may be formed within the Department." 

Specification 1; In that on or subsequent to August 11th, 
1919, the said Stephen J. Ryder Jr. then and .now a member and 
Patrolman of the Police Porce of the City of Boston did join a 
certain organization, club or body composed of present or present 
and past members of the Police Porce of the City of Boston, to wit, 
a local or branch in the American Federation of Labor known as the 
Boston Police Union which said Union was then and is now affiliated 
with the American Federation of Labor. Said American Federation of 
Labor is now and then was an organization, club or body outside the 
Police Department of the City of Boston. 

Specification 2: In that the said Stephen J. Ryder Jr. now 
belongs to and maintains his membership in the said local or branch 
in the American Federation of Labor known as the Boston Police 
Union and described in Specification 1, which said local or branch 
is now affiliated with or part of the American Federation of Labor 
and which said Federation is an organization, club or body outside 
the Police Department of the City of Boston. 

It appeared that a hearing was liad before the Police 
Commissioner on the twenty-ninth day of August, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Ryder by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared, with coiinsel and pleaded 
not guilty, and on the evidence presented, the Commissioner finds 
and adjudges him guilty as charged in the complaint, and on the 
thirteenth day of September, 1919 • sentenced him, the said Stephen 
J. Ryder Jr. , to be dismissed from the Police Department of the 
City of Boston. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTElffiER 13, I919. 



Contd. 



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

The following promotions and assignments are hereby 

ordered, to take effect Monday, September 15, 1919» at ^.A-^ P. M. : 



To the grade of Lieutenant :- 

Sergeant Pranlc H. Thompson, 
" Jeremiah J. Riordan, 
" Frank Arnold, 
" Matthew Killen, 



assigned to Division I6, 

n n n Q 

" » " is! 

N N "15. 



In any station where by reason of these assignments there | 
will be three lieutenants, including retired lieutenants, now on 
duty, the Captain will have the junior lieutenant do street duty at 
his discretion. 



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

The follov^ing transfers are hereby ordered, to take effect 
Monday, September 15, 1919, at 5'4-5 P* M. ; 



Lieutenant Martir^. King, 
" John S. Ridlon, 
" John E. Hughes, 



from Division 1_ to Division 17, 
It 

N 



Sergeant 

n 
« 
H 

H 



Harry IT. Dickinson, 
Edward G. Kennedy, 
John P. Pitzpatrick, 
Maurice W. Sullivan, 
Anthony Pitzpatrick, 



n 


18 


II 


1, 


II 


15 


II 


6. 


Headqviart 


ers 


II 


9. 


n 




II 


5, 


II 




H 


13. 


H 




N 


1, 


Division 


9 


II 


5. 



1333 



1334 



BOS-TON, SATURDAY, SEPTJiLlBER I3, 1^19 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for li- 
censes to CHfry pistol or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31 , 1^20. 



Abram 

Adams 

Alcock 

Alexander 

Anderson 

Aronson 

Aronson 

Bailey 

Bailey 

Balk in 

Barnes 

Bates 

Beal 

Bennett 

Berman 

Berry 

Blakelock 

Bogdanski 

Bohman 

Boudreault 

Bozze 

Bonner 

Barranian 

Brachanan. 

Bragdon 

Br i dgham 

Brombacher 

Bruno 

Brush 

Bu ckl ey 

Bur man 

Butler 

Cahill 

Calland 

Campbell 

Campo 

Gaonetts 

Capen 

Carbone 

Carey 

Craig 

Cartrunis 

Oasale 

Castleman 



Alton 81 

R. J. 2987 

George A. 68 

William L. 23 

Claus A. 143 

Harry 55 

Harry S. 1215 

George T. 335 

Walter S. 704 

Herbert G. 100 

John W. 667 

Hoscoe S. 227 

Thomas S. Jr. 30 

Charles A* 77 
Henry A, 

John H. 84 

Allen 0. 84 

John N. 64 

Robert 262 

P. J. 298 

Settimio oC 

William J. 417 

Neshan F. 43 

Mikele 65 

Clifford B. 5 

R. S. 447 

Siras T. 36 

Henrique 2. 25 

Horace D. . 53 

Frank E. 87 

Burt A.. 463 

Edward C. 41 

Joseph 48 

Phillip 50 

John A. 55 

Guiseppe 340 

Winfield C. 10 

Morris P. 87 

Ralph Xi. 141 

William H. 10 

Geo. W. Jr. 4 

Peter L. Ip 

Joseph 43 

David 50 



Lucerne St. , Dor. 
Washington Rt. 
Portland St. 
Huntington Ave. 
E. Cottage St. Dor. 
Elm Hill Ave., Rox. 
Blue Hill Ave. 
Huntington Ave. 
Ojomonweal th Ave . 
Atlantic Ave. 
Columbia Road 
High St. 
Gloucester St, 
Franklin St. 
208 Howard Ave. , Rox. 
State St. 
Selwin St., Rosl. 
Mt. Vernon St. 
V/ashingtjn St. 
Ruggles St., Rox. 
Webster St., E. B. 
Washington St. 
Dover St. 
Fowler Ave. 
Fulton St., E. B. 
Audubon Rd. 
Saratoga St., E. B, 
Ridgeway Lane 
State St. 
Milk St. 
Columbus Ave. 
Falmouth St. 
W. First St., S. B. 
Stanley St. 
Monmouth St., E. B. 
North St. 
High St. 
Milk St. 
Tremont St. 
State St. 

Farrington Ave., All. 
Dalton St. 

Howard St. 
Barton St. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER I3, lyl9. 



Contd 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Chap in 


Charles W. 


708 


Beacon St. 


Chapman 


L. Dana 


364 


Washington St. 


Chase 


Lloyd L. 


15 


Vassar St. 


Chatraan 


Harry 


452 


Audubon Road 


Ciampa 


Anthony 


41 


:3ndicott St. 


Clark 


Stewart 


54 


Chardon St. 


Cohen 


Harry 3. 


5 Upland Ave., Dor. 


Cohen 


Morris X-. 


8 


Hartwell Ave. , Rox. 


Cole 


Donald P. 


20 


Malvern St., Allston. 


Coleman 


Frank D. 


171 


Tremont St. 


Coleman 


Max 


201 


Princeton St. , E.B. 


Collins 


Hugh R. 


396 


Broadway, S. B. 


Connoly 


Thomas 


6 


Bulfinch St, 


Considine 


Cyril V. 


17 


Oak St. , Mattapan 


Coolidge 


Arthur W, 


28 


Summer St. 


Cortrell 


James D. 


341 


Newbury St. 


Cornell 


Sophie C. 


168 


Tremont St. 


Craft 


Arthur J. 


l6c 


Howard Ave, , Rox. 


Crane 


Carl S. 


233 


Aspinwall Ave. 


Cronin 


John J. 


161 


Dartmouth St. 


Cronin 


William J. 


Deer 


Island, Boston Harbor 


Crosson 


Michael F. 


1088 


Bennington St., E.3. 


Crowley 


Arthur J . 


49 


Bakersfield St. 


D'Amico 


^atteo 


45 


Sexton St. , Dor. 


Darling 


John A. 


14 


Rosemont Bd., Dor. 


Davis 


Oliver C. 


^3 


Forest Hills St., J. P. 


Deady 


Eugene F. 


68 


Portland St. 


DeCota 


Joseph F. 


1 Dupont St., Chsn. 


DeGrush 


Bert 


49 


Withington St., Dor, 


DiCenso 


Felice 


22 


Henchman St. 


Epherty 


Henry T. 


633 


V/ashington Sz. 


Doolin 


Charles H. 


211 


Third St. 


Dort 


WilsonC. 


23c 


Newbury St. 


Dreager 


Benjamin 


10 


Castlegate Rd. , Rox. 


Dua> er 


Samuel 


3&4 


Park S^. , Dor. 


Driscoll 


E. 


^5 


Paul Gore st. 


Dullea 


Ernest W. 


17 


Kearsarge Ave., Rox. 


Eastman 


Richard K. 


IC 


State St. , 


Ellis 


A. Russell 


i^c 


South kariiet St. 


Enwri^ht 


John J . 




Solaiers' Field, Allston 


Epstein 


Harry 


2c 


Tremont, Row 


Ferguson 


William R, 


684 Washint^ton St. 


Filtean 


W. E. 


14 Dover St. 


Curley 


John M. 


1284 Blue Hill Ave., tat. 



1335 



1336 



BOSTON, SATUIvDAY, SSPTSkBEK I3, 19iy 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Flaherty 

Flaherty 

Flynn 

Pogg 

Fostello 

Poster 

Frank 

Frederick 

Galvin 

Galletly 

Gates 

Geguzis 

Gerciano 

Giardini 

Gillis 

Glicknian 

Goldsr/iith 

Goodwin 

Gotshall 

Gottlieb 

Gray 

Gray 

Green 

Green 

Hallo ck 

Hairibo 

Hans com 

Hansen 
Hanson 

Hark ins 

Haskell 

Hay den 

Heath 

Hebert 

Henington 

Hewins 

Higgins 

Hill 

Hill 

Hines 

Holden 

Hollander 

Holloway 

Hood 



Frank N. 2y 

John J. 1 

John H. 114 

Edward E. 328 

William C. lb 
Dwight 

Herbert S. 11 

Lawrence L. 11 

Max 1 7 

John R. 43 

Ellis L. 10 

.Jurgis G. 253 

Rosario 267 

Giovanni 267 

Thomas 5^1 

Irving H. 306 

Max 185 

C. Louis 512 

Thomas L. 76 

Charles l^ 

Abraham 74 

Charles 23b 

Henr:, J. I873 

Philip 27 

R. K. 88 

Maurice I26 

Arthur L. 45 

John R. 1435 

J. Leo 1690 

Daniel J. 14 

Edward S. 453 

Orville R. 55 

Arthur F. 190 

Bertram C. 233 

Kenneth L. 2^] 

Albert 111 

Herbert E. 31 

Elmer T. I54 

Ralph E. 237 

John P. 54 
George W. 

Cyril K, 37 

William J. 16I 

Fred L. 286fa 



Monadnock St., Dor. 
Centennial Ave., Revere 

School St., J. p. 

Summit Ave., Allston 

Windsor St. 

Brush Hill Rd., Milton 

Hanover S^. 

Harold Park, Rox. 

Allen St. , 

Orchard St., Rox. 

State St. 

W. Broadway, S. B. 

Hanover St. 

Hanover St. 

Dudley St. 

Medford St., Chsn. 

Howard Ave. , Rx. 

Cambridge St. .Allston. 

Atherton St. , Rox. 

Helen St. , Dor. 

Phillips St. 

Bay State Road 

Columbus Ave. 

Johnston Road, Dor. 

Broad St. 
Hamilton St. 

Commercial St. 

Commonwealth Ave. 
Washington St. 

Chambers St. 
Meridian St., E.B. 

Treraont St. 
Sagamore St. 
Parsons St., Brigh. 
Millett St., Dor. 
Mountfort St. 
Pearl St. 

V/oodrov/ Ave., Dor. 
Delhi St. 
Char don St. 
House of Correction, 
Leverett St. 
Tremont St. 
Wasiiin£,ton St., Rox. 



Deer Isj.anc. 



x\MTi, 



BOSTOii SATURDAY , SEPTELIBER I3, lyl^. 



Gontd. 



Revolver Licensep 


Granted - contd. 




Horn 


Henry D. 


10 Bajside St., Dor. 


Hudson 


^arvey E. 


12tii? Commonweal t/i Av., Alls. 


Euggs 


Joseph 


188 Woodrow Ave., Dor. 


Hughes 


fierard 


1^9 Washington St. 


Huntington 


Paul 0. 


141 Foster St., Brighton 


Ivison 


Albert A. 


21 Annabel St., Dor. 


Jackson 


Albert E. 


V53 Saratoga St., E. B. 


Jacobs 


Harlan V/. 


40 W. First St. , S. B. 


Jacotp 


Paul C. 


55 Elm St. 


Jepsoa 


John 


68 Portland St. 


Johnston 


Albert E. 


128 Berkeley St. 


Joyce 


Patrick 


57 Hecla St., Dor. 


Kane 


James F. 


38 Heath St. , Rox. 


Kanes 


Constantine D. 


671 Tremont St. 


Karh 


William I. 


43 Uoriiian St. 


Kau f man 


Max 


22 Auburn St. 


Keenan 


Michael 


8 LongwoQd Ave. Court, Rox 


Keene 


G. Dick 


20 Court St. 


Kelleher 


Albert E. 


35 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Rox. 


Kelly 


William 


•Cor. Washington & Essex 


Kennedy 


William R. 


16 Washington Place 


Kenney 


Ernest J. G, 


11 High St. 


Kingman 


John A. 


26 West St. 


Kohler 


Henry B. 


1 Trull St., Dv.>r. 


Kolikof 


Morris 


11 Otisfield St. 


Krasker 


H. William 


47 Auburn St. 


Kroot 


Louis 


177 Chaiabers St. 


Lawley 


George I, 


50 State St. 


Leiberfarb 


William 


33 Munro St. , Rox. 


Leonard 


Fred G. 


21 Cobb St. 


Lewis 


Everett L. 


388 Washington St, 


Maertins 


Gustave R. Jr. 


20 Florence St. 


LCagee 


George \V. 


1699 Washington St. 


Mahoney 


Aloysius J. 


113 Aldrich St., Ros. 


Mahoney 


John J. 


55 Tremont St. 


lialioteo 


Charles 


15& W. Erookline St. 


Ma Hoy 


Charles P, 


148 State St. 


Mann 


William A. 


48 W. First St., S. B. 


Manning 


John T. 


43 Winter St. 


Margel 


Sam 


786 Washington St. 


torgolis 


Maurice 


225 Columbia Rd. , Dor. 


lilattoom 


Charles K. Jr. 


36c Longwood Ave. 


Mayon 


Howard F. 


263 Emerson St., S. B. 


Mead 


Edwin A. 


17 Cheney St. , Rox. 



Sta , 



X338 



BUSTUK. SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER I3, I919. 



Contd. 



'ii^.M^- ">l/-ir 1^ h;. itoS. 



Iver Licenses Granted - 


Mead 


Francis V. 


Messitt 


John J. 


Me teal f 


Nelson C. 


Miller 


Alfred W. 


Miller 


George G. 


Minn j 88 


P. W. 


Moore 


Charles V/. 


Morgan 


William P. 


Morrell 


Leon A. 


Mosher 


Ira 


Mutch 


Ernest 


Myers 


Walter E. 


McCarthy 


Patrick F. 


McCarthy' 


V/illiam E. 


McClafferti' 


John 0. 


Mcrermott 


Joseph W. 


McDuffie 


Charles G. 


McGlauflin 


R. L. 


McGovern 


Thomas 


McXenney 


Charles J. 


McLaughlin 


Charles 


McLaughlin 


Timothy J. 


MacLellan 


Robert A. 


MacLellan 


George P. 


McMahon 


Joseph A. 


McMorrow 


James J. 


Nagle 


David 


Nasham 


Jacob 


Nealy 


Walter A. 


Neff 


Harmanus F 


Neleon 


William F. 


Nichols 


Malcolm E. 


Kuzzo 


Joseph 


O'Brien 


John T. 


Ocnoff 


Reuben 


O'Keefe 


Edward C. 


O'Neill 


Arthur L. 


O'Neill 


Harry 


Page 


Louis C. 


Pall is 


Thomas 


Parker 


Willard S. 


Paul 


Joseph 


Perkins 


Paul E. 


Peters 


John F. 



contd. 



35 North Market St. 
360 Boylston St. 
324 Washington St. 

30 Kilby St. 
116 North Street 

43 Somerville Ave., Som. 
1^5 Allston St., Brigh. 

Beacon & Joy Sts. 
113 Greenbrier St., Dor. 

14 South St. 
419 Boylston St. 
171 Treraont St. 

36 V/ashingtun St., 



10a 

112 

6 

35 
62 

117 

25 
61 

200 
672 

19 

347 

87 

37 

2 

100 

25 

393 



409 



22 Ruxton 
2 Jackson 
Brinton 
Allston 



Kd., 
St., 
St. , 
St. , 



Chsn. 
Mattapan 
Chsn. 
Rox. 

Alls. 



Beacon St. 

Montfern Ave., Brigh. 

Bunker Hill St., Chsn. 

Paul Gore St., J. P. 

Fayette St. 

Columbia Rd. Dor. 

Gardner St. 

Essex St. 

Hancock St. , Dor. 

E. Bth St., S. B. 

Dal ton St. 

Sumiaer St. 

Milk St. 

So. Market St. 

Westland Ave. 

Webster St., B. B. 

Oak St. , Chsn. 

E. Fifth St. , S. B. 

House of Correction 

Deer Island 
Rd.. Dor. 

Chsn. 



Columbia 
Pier 44 B.& M. Docks, 

53 Beacon St. 

27 Riverdale St., Allston 
483 Beacon St. 

71 Walnut Park, Rox. 
121 Mountford St. 

84 Linden Park St. , Rox. 



1339 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I3, 1^19 • 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Pfeiffer 

Phillipe 

Pike 

Pi tinan 

Poirer 

Poorvu 

Pope 

Pondsell 

Porter 

Praino 

Fretat 

Purjnira 

Q.uinci' 

Rainville 

Ray 

Reed 

Reed 

Reed 

Resni ck 

Richardson 

Ri cker 

Ricker 

Rottins 

Robinson 

Robinson 

Rogers 

Rome 

Rosenberg 

Rosenblatt 

Ross 

Rub.in 

Ruch 

Rudge 

RuBsell 

Sacchetti 

Saunders 

Sawyer 

Scanlon 

Scholler 

Scully 

Scull J 

Seymour 

Shallow 

Shapleigh 



Charles P. 
Otis S. 
Harrington 
Harold A. 
A. J. 
Harris 
Ralph L, 
Fred A, 
Frederick E. 
Gaetano 
George B. 
Domenico 
William B. 
Alfred F. 
James 
Arthur B. 
George IT. 
Mortian F. 
Harry 
Walter ii. 
Prank K. 
Leroj S. 
Samuel 
Bliss W. 
Simon 
George B. 
Herman 
Abraham 
Bernard 
Herbert C. 
Meyer 

Frederic B. 
James E. 
L. 

Domenick 
i.Ierle C. 
Herbert D. 

Walter P. 
Michael J. 
Paul E. 
Charles 
Richard F. 
Harry L. 



12 


Derne St. 


208 


Camden St. 


ib62 


Beacon St. 


69 


Chestnut St. 


14 


Dover St. 


53 


Huthven St. , Rox. 


14 


South St. 


5^ 


Elm St. 


47 


Temple Place 


15V Harrison Ave. 


328 


Beech St. Kos. 


2 


Charles St. , Dor. 


826 


Blue hill Ave. 


21 


Bromley Pk., Rox. 


100 


Boylston St. 


35 


Congress St, 


151 


Tremont St. 


88 


Broad S-t. 


24 


Faneuil Hall Sq. 


372 


Border St. , E. B. 


18 


Dighton St. , Brigh. 


718 


Metropolitan AXre., H.P 


30 


Chambers St. 


7 


Maple Park 


51 


Washington St. 


47 


So. Market St. 


327 


Seaver S-t. , Rox. 


29 


Auburn St. 


50 


Heard S-t. 



34 Hanover St. 

58 Glenville Ave., Alls. 
879 Beacon S-t. 

81 Arlington St. 

78 Fairbanks St. 

41 Endicott St. 
1086 Commonwealth Ave. 
517 Tremont St. 

22 V/aumbeck St. 
417 V/aahington St. 



12 Walk Hii: 



!t. 



428 Adams St., Dor. 

8 Maitland St. | 
Pier 44 B.& M. Docks, Chsn 
372 Dorchester St., S.B. 



1340 



BOSTUU, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I3, lyiy, 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - continued. 



%i^-PJ^ ^TUnT. Ig, «u. lltcl.' 



Shealey 

Sheehan 

Shenker 

Sherlin 

Sidlinger 

Slatterj 

Smith 

Smith 

Smi th 

Smith 

Solahd 

Soule 

Souther 

Spain 

S pillane 

Stanley 

Stanwood 

Staples 

Stedman 

Sterne 

Stevens 

Sumner 

Swalbe 

Swan 

Swartz 

Swett 

Sylva 

Tater 

Taft 

Tally 

Taylor 

Thompson 

Thurlow 

liernann 

Tilson 

Ti tcomb 

Todesca 

Trapp 

Tufts 

Turner 

m iv 

Vanderwerker 

Verzone 

Vose 

Voas 



Timothy J. 
William J. 
Edward I. 
Conrad B. 
Albert K. 
John E. 
James P. 
John J. 
Peter G. 
Willis L. 
George V/. 
A. M. 11. 
Channing W. 
Wm. T. 

Cornelius J. 
Frank A. 
Herbert A. 
Ernest A. 
Watson W. 
Jerome J. 
Frank P. 
Herbert G. 
Henry 
Edward W. 
Samuel A. 
Lyman R. 
Joseph F, 
Albert L. 
Frank C. 
Jacob F. 
Walter 0. 
Owen 

Charles Jr. 
Harry 
Perley G. 
Albert C. 
Joseph 
Emil 0. C. 
Joseph E. 
Frank W. 
IJiaurice B, 

W. 11. . 
Richard 
Robert C. 
William J. 



62 
171 
11 
2 

12 

4b 

140 

829 

62 

7 

6 

77 

282 

1538 

82 

25 

266 

27A 

6 

336 

28 
211 

31 

181 
46 

a^ 

503 

136 

211 

2 

11 

liy 
70 

10 i) 

853 
364 

3 

72 

59S^ 

120 

394 

25 



St., Chsn. 
J. P. 



Bunker Hill 
Green St. , 
Allen St. 
Ivy St. 

Staniforch St. 
W. First St. , S. B. 
Bayswater St., E. h. 
Beacon St, 

Bunker Hill St., Chsn. 
Parkton Rti. , J. P. 
Revere St. 
Harvard Ave. 
Allandale St., J. P, 
Quincy St. Dor. 
Tremont Street 
Glenville Ave. 
Lambert Ave. , Rox. 
Bowdoin St. Dor. 
Asticon Road, Forest Hills 
Harvard St., Cnsn. 
LaGrange St. , W. Rox. 
Cumberland St. 
Heath St. , Rox. 
Simons St., Rox. 
Wolcott St. , Dor. 
Perham St., W. Rox. 
Cedar St. , Dor. 
Decatur St. 

Brighton Ave., Allston 
Shawmut Ave. 



St. Botolph St. 

Gardner St. , V/. Rox 

Arlington St. 

Green St. 

Monmouth St, 

Kilb^ St. 

Walworth St., W. Rox. 

Beacon St. 

Washington St. 

Sherman St. 

Elm Hill Ave. , Rox. 

Columbus Ave. 

Hemenway St. 

Boylston Rt. 

^ueensberry St. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Y/ade , 

Wadsworth, 

Walker, 

Wall, 

Warren, 

Waters, 

Wead, 

Webster, 

Weinfeld, 

Wentworth, 

Wernon, 

Wheeler, 

Wheeler, 

Whiteford, 

Wilbur, 

Wilenslcy, 

Wilkins, 

Williams, 

Willson , 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Woodf in, 

Woodley, 

Woods, 

Wright, 

Wright, 

Zajna, 

Ziver, 



Daniel P. 
William L. 
Joseph T. Jr. 
John J. 
Charles H. 
Henry- 
Harold K. 
Prederio W. Jr. 
Morris R. 
John P. 
M. 

Clifton H. 
John S. 
Hugh 

Leonard M. 
Samuel 
Samuel H. 
Alphonso G. 
William W. 
Charles A. 
Harry B. 
Edward R. 
William H. 
Joseph C. 
Fred A. 
William T. 
Angel 



39 Sagamore st . , 

4 Elldredge rd. , 
2 Arlington st . , 

60 State St., 
624 V/ashington st.. Dor., 

32 Tennyson st., 
201 Devonshire st., 

54 Chardon st . , 
315 Itonover st . , 
14 Beacon st. , 

8 Minot st . , 
24 Winter st. , 

33 Bedford st. , 

57 Stanley st.. Dor., 

5 Robin Hood st.. Dor., 
386 Blue Hill av., 

411 High St., W. Medford, 

14 Chilton st . , 

10 High St. , 

23 Beacon st. , 

41 Walnut Park, 

16 Pratt St. , B. D. , 
661 E. Fourth St. , 
123 Hillside St., Rox. , 

7^ Bowdoin av. , 
.154 Savin Hill av., 

85 Medford st. , C. D. , 

78 Hanover st. 



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



Officers. 
Bradley, Charles H. 



Brooks, 

Mo ran, 

Pratt, 

Van Tassel, 

West, 



Elijah D. 
Edward 
Gustavus J. 
John 
John 



Employers. 

The Farm & Trades School, 

R. M. Saltonstall, President, 
Thompson's Island, 
Rand Avery Supply Company, 

IT. E. Weeks, Pres., 
117 Franklin st, 



1341 






1342 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEJffiER 13, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 



Davia, 

Plynn , 

Killeen, 

Rainvillc, 

Wallace, 

Hull, 

Samuels, 



Oliver C. 
John H. 
Edward 
Alfred P. 
John H. 
Arthur M. 
Alfred S. 



concluded. 

Employers. 

. Thonas D. Got shall Shoe Co, 

- Thomas D. Got shall, Pres. 

76 Atherton st., Rox. , 



Winthrop G. Winslow, Gen'l Mgr 
Maritime Coaling Company, 
4 Ho. Ferry av. 



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

Appointed September 9. 19^9 • 



Adams , 



Joseph P. 



Appointed September 10, I919. 



Baasner, 

Benstock, 

Butler, 

Clark , 

Cronin, 

Curley, 

Eastman, 

Poster, . 

Grover, 

Hines, 

Woodf in, 

Blake , 

Bowdren, 

Craig, 

DeWolf e , 



Adams , 

Ambrose, 

Aspinwail, 



John G. 
Ma^ey J. 
Harold V. 
Stewart 
John J. 
Edward D. 
Richard R. 
L. P. 

Charles E. 
John P. 
E • R . 
Charles E. 
Charles H. 
George W. Jr. 
James M,- 
Walker, 



Kennedy, 

Mai one, 
Marsh, 
Osborne, 
Powdrell, 
Rome, 
Scott, 
Shaw, 
Soland, 
Webster, 
Zabriskie, 
Ellis, 
Emerson, 
Rosenfield, 
Stone, 
Louis A. 



Appointed September 11, 1919. 



Valmore P. 
George C. 
George L. 



Aspinwail, 

Barrett, 
Chap in. 



James J. 
Ernest P. 
Pred»k W. 
George A. 
Pred A. 
Herman 
Albert W. 
Nathan R. 
George W. 
Prederic W. 
Allan J. 
Paul C. 
Archibald 
Gerald J. 
Charles 



William H. 
Thomas J. 
Charles W. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTELIBER 13, 1919* Concluded. 



1343 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed September 11, 1919. - concluded. 



Clifford, 

Concaugh, 

Connolly, 

Connolly, 

Cusher, 

Davis, 

Doherty, 

Doherty, 

Donovan, 

Douglas, 

Fairbanks, 

?orbes, 

Prench, 

Gallagher, 

Glynn, 

Glynn, 

Goodwin, 

Haral in , 



Browne , 

Campbell, 

Charlton, 

Dow, 

Flaherty, 

Forrester, 

Foskett , 

Grey, 

Hallahan, 

Hark ins, 

Hildreth, 

Hill, 

Jackson, 

Tyler, 

Raymond , 



Attest; 



Daniel 
Thomas H. 
Patrick 
Thomas L. 
Charles S. 
William J. 
John 6th 
Philip 2nd 
John G. 
Patrick 
John W. 
F. Murray 
William W. 
Michael 
Frank J. 
James H. 
Fred M. 
B. Nason 

Woods, 



Hanscom, 
Heaman , 
Hegarty, 
Higgins, 
Hilton, 
Jennings, 
Joyce, 
Kievenaar, 
Manning, 
Poor, 
Pope, 
Pratt, 
Restarrick, 
Rome, 
Sullivan, 
Welch, 
Whalen, 
Winslow, 
William E. 



Appointed September 12, 1919* 



Robert A. 
Guy E. 
Thomas 
Fred H. 
Francis J. 
Charles S. 
Walter D. 
Edward 
Stephen A. 
Daniel 
Herbert A. 
Frank 
Joseph B. 
Richard 
Charles H. 

Appointed September 



Jacobs, 

Leary, 

Lord, 

Morse, 

Paige, 

Reed, 

Scruggs, 

Shaw, 

Smart, 

Smith, 

Sullivan, 

Thurlow, 

Titcomb, 

Walsh, 

Shorey, 

13. 1919. 



Bradley, 



Charles H. 



Arthur L. 
William A. 
James 

Herbert E. 
Charles F. 
Patrick 
Testy 
William J. 
John 

Harris 0. 
Louis A. 
Willard D. 
John B. 
Herman 
Michael 
James H. 
John H. 
William H. 



Philip C. 
Edward F. 
Fred R. 
George Jr. 
Milton C. 
Arthur P. 
Jesse W. 
Harry 
Leon W. 
Charles H. 
Miah F. 
Charles Jr. 
Albert C. 
John 
Charles H. 



Chief CI 



^ 



1344 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Monday, September 15, 1919 • 



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



approved . 



The records of Friday smd Saturday last were read and 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of William S. Boate et al for a charter 
as The Independent Political League of America, Incorporated, for 
the purpose of using every means within its power to reduce the 
high cost of living and to overcome if possible, the threatened 
industrial revolution; no fixed location. 



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



2111 Fitzmaurice, 

2492 Milberry, 

2491 McKenney, 

2490 Spiers, 



Frank J. 
Chester 
Henry W. 
William A. 



24 St. Mary's st. , 
588 E. Third st . , 

14 Homer st . , Brookline, 

25 Bickerstaff st. 



The application of Frank H. Wotton for a transfer of his 
three licenses #03616, 133,722 and 133,723 to set up and use 
Hackney Carriages from a garage at 11 Munson street to a garage at 
20 Aberdeen street was granted. 



1345 



BOSTOIT, MONDAY, SEPTEIffiER 15, I919. 



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 :- 

1028 

3099 
3390 
2636 
2690 
2103 

2853 
3285 
0161 
0178 
1899 

^??? 
2686 

2407 
3246 
4297 
4201 
4432 
4010 
3202 
3239 
3004 
3036 

34S3 
3045 

3401 

3344 

4408 

4575 
4416 
4160 
4470 
4145 

4173 
2629 
2502 

2863 
2830 
2814 

2567 
2454 



Ryder, 


John E. 


Conductor, 


Dam, 


R. 


R. 


n 


McDonald, 


A. 


D. 


n 


Whitney, 


M. 


S. 


N 


Keenan, 


H. 


G. 


n 


Stone, 


R. 


A. 


If 


Morgan, 


W. 


E-. 


N 


Kruger, 


M. 


E. 


n 


Long, 


Daniel J. 


H 


Rudden, 


James 


11 


Currier, 


Lorenzo G. 


n 


Foley, 


Patrick J. 


n 


Chase, 


R. 


W-. 


n 


Nagle, 


W. 


J. 


N 


Lovett, 


• T. 


J. 


N 


Mazzea, 


P. 


A. 


M 


Licker, 


J. 




H 


Alves, 


P. 




M 


LaCount, 


B. 


P. 


If 


Walker, 


Wilfred W. 


tt 


Scales, 


Joseph A. 


H 


Scannell, 


Maurice J. 


H 


Buckley, 


John P . 


H 


Diiffy, 


Edward T. 


N 


Casey, 


Robert J, 


H 


Thomas, 


Edward R. 


N 


Card, 


E. 


L. 


H 


Paylor, 


William J. 


II 


Merrill, 


L. 


M. 


N 


Singer, 


I. 


C. 


II 


Steinreich, 


W. 


E. 


H 


O'Connor, 


T. 




If 


Amaze en. 


R. 


W. 


N 


Kenf ield. 


G. 


E. 


H 


Roy, 


M. 


M. 


If 


Garrity, 


P. 


J. 


N 


Pinnegan, 


P. 




If 


Sullivan, 


C. 




N 


Lane, 


J. 


P. 


n 


Hannaf ord. 


C. 


W. 


11 


Auber. 


R. 


E. 


ff 



1346 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEIvIEER 15, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



20^1 
2669 
2876 

2839 
3108 
4210 
4413 
4184 
4578 

4339 
4544 

4579 
4471 

4098 
2804 

083 
0101 
0198 
0108 

059 

4479 
1761 
3024 

1569 
4476 
2592 
4465 
4454 
4459 

2557 
2552 
2487 
2250 
2010 
2521 
2477 

2485 
2414 
2401 
4273 
4429 

4375 



French, 


A. 


P. 


Conductor, 


Shanley, 


J. 


E. 


•• 


Alward , 


. E. 


H. 


n 


Diggins, 


K. 


F. 


II 


Winget, 


R. 


F. 


n 


Collins, 


C. 


I. 


II 


McDougall, 


C. 


H. 


II 


Hall ion. 


W.. 


J. 


n 


Mangini , 


J. 


S. 


n 


Bullock, 


H.. 


S. 


ti 


Graham, 


J. 


J. 


H 


Fitzgerald, 


C. 




ti 


Strickland, 


G. 


A. 


H 


Flanagan, 


T. 


J. 


n 


Gracey, 


F« 


L. 


n 


White, 


Sylvian 


II 


Fleming, 


John J. 


H 


McManus , 


Wellington 


II 


O'Neill, 


Francis J. 


It 


Roche, 


Ri 


chard 


II 


Cotter, 


Joseph I. 


N 


Brown, 


B. 


J. 


Motorman, 


Young, 


Albert 


n 


Jackson, 


R. 


L. 


H 


McBride, 


Charles E. 


•1 


0»Donnell, 


T. 




n 


Handralian, 


J. 


F. 


II 


Neville, 


N. 


J. 


•1 


Chadbourne , . 


H. 


G. 


•1 


Duggan , 


J. 


P. 


II 


Rayino, 


A. 


S. 


II 


Dowling, 


W. 


H. 


n 


Sullivan, 


P. 


J. 


It 


Burns, 


J. 


J. 


II 


Burke , 


S. 


F. 


II 


Harrison, 


C. 


N. 


n 


Johnston, 


F. 




II 


York, 


J. 


G. 


n 


Hayes, 


M. 


J. 


H 


Clifford, 


T. 


J. 


II 


Rogers, 


H. 


G. 


11 


Nichols, 


H. 


M. 


•1 


Dickie, 


M. 


B. 


It 



1347 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEIvfflER 15 , 1919- 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



4430 


Curry, 


J. T. 


Motorman, 


4403 


Mart in , 


J. P. 


H 


4382 


Preble, 


rl • xi • 


H 


4402 


Norton, 


R. E. 


N 


4380 


O'Brien, 


D. 


H 


0158 


Girard, 


Albert J. 


II 


1768 


Hoar, 


William E. 


H 


1759 


Leach, 


Charles H. 


N 


1756 


Robbins, 


Alfred 


H 


1763 


Jennings, 


William E. 


n 


1765 


Smith, 


Prank W. 


N 


1716 


Camack , 


. David G. 


n 


1774 


Udden , 


John G. 


n 


1766 


Connolly, 


John J. 


n 


1770 


Corp, 


Charles H. 


n 


1753 


Bstabrook, 


Edward E. 


N 


1252 


Venable, 


Robert 


H 


2465 


Genthner, 


G. A. 


N 


2320 


Oleson, 


- W. P. 


n 


355 


Skane , 


William J. 


H 


155 


Skane , 


William J. 


Starter, 


311 


White, 


Sylvian 


n 



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



179 


Brennan, 


Edward P. 


Conductor, 


0201 


Buckley, 


James J. 


M 


0208 


Collins, 


Edward 


It 


0113 


Cronin, 


Walter P. 


H 


0115 


Dawley, 


Bernard P. 


n 


0207 


Donelan, 


William J. . 


N 


0114 


Doyle, 


George J. 


n 


1049 


Parmer, 


Thomas P. 


It 


3223 


Geary, 


John P. 


N 


443 


Haley, 


Harry S. 


It 


0173 


Ha ye s , 


Leonard H. 


N 



1348 



BOSTON, MOITOAY, SEPTSLCBER l^, I919, 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Granted - contdi 



0205 Isberg, 
3099 Kelly, 
0211 Keyes, 
0164 MacGregor, 
0204 Madge, 

031 Llattair, 

2013 Murphy, 

444 Murphy, 
1575 McAuley, 
0203 McClennan, 
0202 O'Dea, 

0209 (^uigley, 
096 Rietchel, 

337 Roche, 

445 RoseTorook, 

0206 Schneider, 
447 Smith, 

2712 Twigg, 

0210 Walsh, 
0139 Wood, 

0285 Dillon, 
0289 Doyle, 

443 Haley, 
181 Hurley, 
340 Keating, 
3?5 Keefe, 

0118 Kenny, 

1033 Lavin, 

1073 Monahan, 

444 Murphy, 
0178 McGowan, 

446 McKane , 
0288 Nagle, 
1036 O'Connell, 

442 Peoples, 

3014 Ready, 

3024 Riley, 

445 Rosebrook, 
0287 Sallaway, 

178 Shannon , 

0286 Smith, 
0264 V/hite, 
180 Wilson, 
326 Wilson, 



Arthur L. 
John J. 
Jame s J . 
Willard D. 
William A, 
Walter M. 
Gerald E. 
James E. 
Walter E. 
John L. 
Thomas J. 
John J. 
Paul A. 
James 

Charles D. 
Linus H. 
George 
George F. 
James M. 
Joseph M. 

Walter J. 
George J. 
Harry S. 
Bartholomew D. 
William P. 
Stephen T. 
Peter J. 
Thomas J. 
Florence 
James E. 
Park J. 
Alfred 
John F. 
Michael J. 
Robert 
Edward 
William F. 
Charles D. 
Frank W. 
Timothy 
Alfred A. 
Peter 
Maxwell 
Thomas H. 



Conductor, 
II 



II 
11 
n 
ti 

N 
H 
N 

n 
n 

H 
N 
H 
H 

It 

H 
N 

n 
n 



Motorman, 
n 



n 
If 



n 
n 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTKLEEER 15, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Granted - concluded; 



179 


Brennan, 


Edward P. 


Starter, 


443 


Kaley, 


Harry S. 


N 


180 


Hurley, 


Bart D. 


N 


340 


Keating, 


William P. 


H 


355 


Keefe, 


Stephen T. 


H 


444 


Murphy , 


James E. 


N 


446 


McKane , 


Alfred 


N 


442 


Peoples, 


Robert 


It 


337 


Roche, 


James 


M 


445 


Rosebrook, 


Charles D. 


N 


178 


Shannon , 


Timothy . 


H 


447 


Smith, 


George 


H 


.180 


Wilson, 


Maxv/ell 


It 


326 


Wilson, 


Thomas H. 


H 



1349 



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



.385 Hanley, 

519 Lavellette, 

532 Belins, 

116 Delorne, 

308 Gillispie, 



J. 


J. 


, 


R. 


E. 




H. 


A. 




Louis 


A 


A. 


C. 





Conductor, 



Motorman, 

H 



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.. 



Abdoo, ,. 

Adams , 

Adlard, 

Amodeo, 

Backman, 

Baron, 



George 
Charles 5. 
LeRoy V. 
Antonio 
Henry 
Sam 



134 Hudson St. , 
155 Washington st., 

29 Virginia st.. Dor., 
447 Audubon rd. , 

29 Parquhar st., Ros., 

22 Causeway st. , 



1350 



BOSTOIT, MOIIDAY, SEPTEL!EER 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Barnard, 


Frederick E. 


10 


Barney, 


Maisie B. 


114 


Barter, 


John J. 


206 


Bedell, 


Daniel W. 


452 


Bradley, 


Theodore J. 


179 


Brayton, 


Warren H. 


14 


Biiach, 


George 0. 


18 


Burke , 


William E. 


217 


Camptell , 


Cyrus N. 


8 


Campbell, 


Louis C. 


12 


Cery, 


John J. 


90^ 


Clements, 


Bartholomew A. 


6 


Coburn, 


Frank W. 


6 14 


Cohen, 


Frank T. 


21 


Cohen, 


Robert 


201 


Connett, 


Arthur M. 


155 


Cooksey, 


Henry B. 


53 


Cotting, 


Charles E. Jr. 


404 


Crowley, 


William H. 


20 


Ctmys, 


Joseph W. 


. 29 


Donoghue, 


Thomas F. 


4 


Elliot, 


Oliver C. 


17 


Elliot, 


Oliver T. 


17 


Evans, 


Churchill C. 


Exeter 


Parquharson, 


William J. - 


37 


Parrington, 


Curtis W. 


204 


Farris, 


Henry C. 


158 


Fichtner, 


Joseph S. 


2031 


Folsom, 


Arthur N.. 


89 


Ford, 


Patrick J. 


9 


Frye, 


Jerry L. 


^2? 


Gedoun, 


Diah F. 


86 


Gloss, 


Louis L. 


40 


Goershel, 


Paul W. Jr. 


43 


Goldstein, 


Hyman M. 


23 


Goldstein, 


Lewis 


5 


Goldstein, 


Meyer 


43 


Graham, 


John S^ 


32 


Giffin, 


Clifford 


67 


Hall . 


Claude L. 


74 


Harding, 


Lawrence J. 


• 155 


Heath, 


Archibald L. 


1075 


Heaton, 


Hugh 


175 


Henes, 


John A. 


29 


Hershon, 


Al 


12 


Howes, 


Walter A. 


9-11 



Lothian rd. , E. D. , 
Fenway, 

Court House, Boston, 
Audvibon rd. , 
Longwood av. , 
Cliftondale st., Ros., 
Algonquin st., 
ITev,rbury s t . , 
Bowdoin st . , 
Winter st . , Dor. , 
Maywood st., Rox. , 
V/ater st., Neponset, 
Columbus av. , 
Kingsbury st., Rox., 
Princeton st. , 
Washington st., 
State at . , 
Marlborough st ., 
Carney st. , C D. , 
Gould St. , W. R. , 
Homestead pi. , 
Davis St., 
David St., 

Theatre, Exeter st., 
Fairbanks st., B. D., 
Huntington av. , 
W. Newton st. , 
Columbus av. , 
Hewlett St., Ros., 
Asylum st . , 
Myrtle st., 
Hiidson St. , 
Border st. , E. B. , 
Newbury st., Ros., 
Clarkv/ood st., Dor., 
Bromfield st., 
Stratton st.. Dor., 
Wenham st . , 
Easton at., B. D., 
Georgia st., Roxbury, 
Coolidge St., 
Boylaton st., 
Dartmouth st. , 
Warren av. , 
Warren pi., Roxbury, 
Faneuil Hall Market, 



1351 



BOSTON, MOIODAY, SEPTEIIEER 15, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



Hurley, 

Jardine, 

Jones, 

Jordan, 

Kartun, 

Kelley, 

KimlDall,. 

Kraus, . . 

Lambert , 

LeClair, 

Lee, . 

Legg,. 

Leghorn, . 

Lube 1 sky, 

Lund , 

Lynch, 

Magee, 

Mo rgan , 

Murray , 

Murray, 

McGonagle, 

McKinnon, 

McNeil, . . 

Nix, . 

Noone, 

Norwood, . 

Novak off , 

Noyes, 

Noyes, 

O'Hare, 

O'Neill, . 

Page, 

Phelan, 

Philbrook, 

Plepis, 

Potter, 

Priest, 

P^iney, 

Reggio, 

Richardson, 

Rode, 

Rogers, 

Rourke, 



John 

William P. 
Prank 
John N. 
Harvey 
Ferdinand T 
Robert 
Herman 
Arthur J. 
Joseph A. 
George C. 
Andrew J. 
George M. 
Sol 

Fred B. 
Owen A. 
John H. 
William J. 
Jeremiah P. 
Thomas H. 
Philip J. 
Angus G. 
William 
Albert N. 
George H. 
Chester H. 
Joseph 
Albe S. 
Willard P. 
Martin M. 
James E. 
Wallace G. 
Gerard J. 
Charles K. 
Michael M. 
Edwin L. 
Everett G. 
Julian D. 
Andrew C. 
Albert W. 
William J, 
Alfonso 
Malachi J. 



492 Broadway, 

683 Washington st., 
quincy House, 1 Brattle sq., 
5^ Tremont st . , 
48 Walcott St., Dor., 

294 South St. , J. P., 
9 Cleveland st., 
36 Orchard st., J. P., 

143 Pemberton st . , 

501 E. Sixth St., 

44 State st . , 

21 Elm Hill av. , 
1107 Commonwealth av. , 

87 Chelsea st., C. D., 

529 Beacon st . , 

282 South St., J. P. , 

7 Oakwood st., Dor., 
331 "A" Centre st., 

45 W. Seventh st., 

26 Shepard st., E. D., 

23 Chambers st., 
^5 Elm st . , 

I78i M St., 
672 Tremont st. , 
39 Bynner st. , 
25 Rockwell St. , 

24 Chelsea st., C. D., 
262 Washington st., 

.262 Washington st., 
2 Harvard av.. Dor., 
60 Sherman st., Roxbury, 
181 Massachusetts av., 

22 Belvidere st. , 
95 Water st . , 

5 Thomas pk . , 
14 Sargent st . , Roxbury, 
31 Rosedale St., Dor., 
53 Warwick st . , 
^^ Pilgrim rd. , 
4 Washington st . , 
229 Washington st.. Dor., 
247 Hanover st. , 
103 Moreland st . , 



1353 



BOSTOIT, MONDAY, SEPTELIBER 1?, I919 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Russo, 

Salerno, 

Scanlan, 

Shapiro,. 

Shea, 

Shugrue, 

Silver, 

Silverman, 

Simmons, 

Smith, . 

Smith, 

Smith, 

Smith, 

Stevens,. . 

Stev/art ,. , 

Studley, 

Tefft, 

Terranova, 

Thomas, 

Thompson, 

Tilton, 

Trieger, 

Trilling, 

Tryder, . 

Turner, 

Van Dam, 

Vesey, 

Vittum, 

White, 

White, 

Wilkins, 

Wolff, 

Woodward, 

Workman, . 

Wright, 

Yo^Ing, 

Zinga, 

Q,uinn, 

Saya, 



Anthony E. 
Michael 
George F. 
Louis 
James J. 
Julius 
Harry C. 
Joseph 
Charles P. 
Frank J. 
Franklin E. 
George 0. 
William A. 
James H. 
James A. 
George E. 
Peter 
Joseph 
Clayton W. 
J. Edgar 
Charles B. 
Julius 
Henry H. 
Frederic S. 
Charles M. 
Joseph 
Thomas 
Herbert D. 
Harry A. 
Walter 
George C. 
Bernard 
Charles S. 
Charles E. 
W. D. 

Linwood H. 
Donate 
John F. 
Saivatore 



150 Colonial av. , 

69 Williams st., J. P., 
125 Milk St. , 

Callender st., 

Milk St. , 

School St., 

Allston St., B. D., 

ChaJPles st. , 

Huntington av. , 

Washington st. , 

Washington st., 

Forbes st . , J. P. , 

Walnut av. , 
Copley Plaza Hotel, Copley sq, 
24 West St., 

High St. , 

Allen St., 

H St., 

Cumberland st., 

Brookline av. , 

Court St. , 

Preble st., 

School st . , 

Blackstone st.,. 

Mt. Vernon st., 

Morton St. , 

W. Springfield st., 

Tremont st . , 

Massachusetts av., 

Kineo st., Roxbury, 

State St. , ■ 

Richmond st. , 

Vine St., Roxbury, 

Washington st. , 

High st . , 

Rutland sq,, 

Temple pi. , 

Peter Parley rd. , 

Rose St. 



219 
147 

29 
169 
339 

18 
418 
311 

72 
176 



.90 
29 

182 
10 

. 61 

■ 87 
. 16 

29 
47-63 

68 

795 

193 

55 
450 

■ 23 
■ 50 

90 

• 39 

1521 

216 

. 18 

59 

- 15 

41 



1353 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEI.CBER 15, 1919 . 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



Baker, 

Baker, 

Barber, 

Barry, 

Beckman, . 

Eoynton, 

Brennan, 

Brennan, 

Castle, 

Clark, 

Crothers, 

Crowley, 

Donegan, 

Ferguson, 

Piske, 

Pitzgerald, 

Goodwin, 

Gordon,. 

Jefferson, 

Moore, 

Murphy , 

McCarthy, . 

McD enough, 

Prest, 

Renaghan , 

Sheridan, 

Sheridan, 

Sheridan, 

Simpson, 

Sullivan, 

True, 

Walles, 

Witherell, 

Bowles, 

Brockway, 

Wright, 

Cann, 



Benton, 



Alplia N. 
Walter H. 
Manly P. 
Thomas 
Prank W. 
Charles W. 
Michael J. 
Patrick P. 
Charles J. 
Joseph F. 
Frederick A. 
James A. 
J. Edward 
William A. 
Harry B. 
John F. 
William S. 
William W. 
Ralph W. 
Allen S. 
Frank W. 
Eugene J. 
William P, 
James W. 
James J. 
Eugene 
George F. 
Philip H. 
David L. 
Jeremiah 
Harry E. 
Albert M. 
Charles F._.^ 
Aubrey 'N. 
Fred S. 
James W. H. 

Clifford N. 



Francis L. 



/- 



Employers. 

Boston & 1/Iaine Railroad, 

J. D. Tyter, Gen'l Supt., 
premises located in the City 
of Boston, 



Taylor Bros. Laundry, 
Wm. C. E. Taylor, Pres. 
10-16 Davenport av. & 8 
Roseclair st., Dor., 
Clifford N. Cann, Caretaker, 
Estate of Miss H. K. Hawes, 
. 257 Savin Hill av. & 1 
Evandale ter., 
John Craig by George E. Clark 
Arlington Theatre, 
419-421 Tremont st. & 4 Chandler 

St. 



1354 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTJJMBER 15, 1919' 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Officers 


• 


Clements, 


Bartholomew 


Elliot, 


Oliver C. ) 


Elliot, 


Oliver T. ) 


Pogg, 


Edward 0. 


Jones, 


Charles E. 


Levy, 


John J. 


Lord, 


Lyman L. 


Mulkern, 


Patrick 


McAvoy, 


John E. 


Phelan, 


Gerard J. 


Slade, 


John T. 


Smith, 


Harry S. 



Employers, 



A. 



The A. T. Stearns Limber Co., 
L. Hayford, Superintendent, 
96 Taylor st., Neponset, 
Harry W. Merrill, Director, 
Boston Industrial Home, 
cor. Davis st. & Harrison av. 
Edward C. Fogg, V. Pres. , 
Copley Plaza Hotel, 
Copley sq. , 
Marion S. Wilson, Owner, 
263-265 Clarendon st., 
Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 

William A. Wood, President, 
premises located in city of 

Boston, 
Lord & Osgood, 

Lyman L. Lord, Part Owner, 
54 Pitts St. , 
O'Connell Brothers, 

John W. O'Connell, Manager, 
premises located on Albany st., 
Boston Young Women's Christian 
Association, Mrs. James 0. Foss, 
V. Pres., 37i" Beacon st . , 
Metropolitan Trust Company, 
W. H. Stickney, Treasurer, 
40 State st., 
■ Charles K. Bolton, Vestryman, 
Christ Church, 
Salem st. , 
James C. Goode, Floor Mgr. , 
Raymond's Syndicate, Inc. 
352 Washington st. 



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

Appointed September 9, I919. 

Callahan, Thomas P. Carter, Lyon 



1355 



. BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMEER 15, I919. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Sworn - contd. 



App 


ointed September 9, 1 


919 


- concluded 


• 


Eldridge, 


William H. 




Langley. 


Edwin A. 


■Gage, 


Daniel R. 




Mitchell, 


Prank A. 


Pinley, 


John 




Neptune, 


Richard K. 


Hianes, 


Randolph A. 




Whitney, 


Edward J. 




Appointed September 


10. 


1919. 




Beete, 


Stuart 




Miller, 


John P. 


ChamlDerlain 


Henry V. 




Noyes, 


Willard P. 


Conohan, 


William J. G. 




Ryan, 


William J. 


Corbiere, 


James D. 




Sheerin, 


Owen P. 


Getting, 


Charles E. Jr. 




Spencer, 


Harry L. 


Cunningham, 


Martin H. 




Stowell, 


Walter L. 


Parrell, 


J. Joseph 




Thompson, 


E. Barton 


Jenney, 


William T. 




Tryder, 


William E. 


Lowell, 


James B. 




Tuckerman, 


John A. 




Wiggin, 


Harry C. 






Appointed September 


11, 


1919. 




Barker, 


Leroy S. 




Meyer, 


Herman H. 


Burke , 


William W. 




Pierce, 


George E. 


Parnsworth, 


Edward S. 




Pine, 


Thomas H. 


Lacey, 


John 




Tripp, 


Chester A. R. 


Macandrew, 


John J. 




West, 


Albert S. 




Appointed September 


13. 


1919. 




Davis, 


Oliver C. 




Kileen, 


Edward 


Plynn, 


John H. 




Rainville, 


Alfred P. 


Hull, 


Arthur M. 
Wallace, 




Samuels, 
John H. 


Alfred S. 




Appointed September 


12. 


1919. 




Bonner, 


William J. 




Staples, 


Erjiest A. 



1356 



BOSTOII, MOIIDAY, SEPTELIBER 1^ , 1919. Concluded, 



Special Police Officers Sworn - concluded. 

Appointed September 15, 1919* 



Cann, 


Clifford N. 


McAvoy, 


John 1. 


Fogg, 


Edward C. 


Phelan, 


Gerard J 


Levy, 


John J. 


Slade, 


John T. 


Mulkern, 


Patrick 


Smith, 


Harry S. 



Attest: 



Chief CMrk. 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemterton sqi;iare. 



1357 



Boston, Tuesday, SepteinToer 16, I919. 



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 Toy General Order: - 

It is herety ordered that the minimum salary of the 
Patrolmen in the Police Department of the city of Boston be $1400 
per annum, to take effect September 18, 1919* 



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

Section 12 of Rule 40 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department is hereby amended by adding after the word 
"discharge" in the third line of said Section the words, "suspension 
for a period not exceeding thirty days, fine," so that the same 
may read as follows: 

"12. A member of the force convicted on hearing 
may be punished by the commissioner, in his discretion, by 
discharge, suspension for a period not exceeding thirty 
days, fine, reprimand in general orders, reduction in rank 
or the imposition of ptmishment duty." 



The application of John E. Wheldon, 46 Burrell street, 
Roxbury, for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #^12 
was granted. 



1358 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER l6 , I919. 



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, I92O. 



Abbott 

Alcorn 

Allen 

Altman 

Ar ca r i 

Auerbach 

Baker 

Bannon 

Barber 

Barnard 

Barnes 

Belcher 

Bishop 

Blumenf eld 

Bolles 

Boyd 

Brown 

Buckley 

Burdett 

Burke 

Burns 

Caffrey 

Carleton 

Carr 

Cass 

C^owell 

Clark 

Clee 

Glune 

Collins 

Conley 

Conner 

Conroy 

Cook 

Coo ley 

Cram 

Cramer 

Cresse;/ 

Crocker 

Cummings 

Davis 

DeBlois 

Diamond 

Doane 



Leonard G, ^33 

Walter S. 27 

Chancellor C. 53 

Joseph I . 03 

Thomas 3^ 

Theodore H. 817 

Edward L. 24^ 

Herman P. 13t 

Solomon 175 

Aiton 57 

Foster F. 205 

Charles E. 141 

Horace A. 07 

iiouis 3-'- 

VVm. T. 21 

Leonard 253 

Henry 29 

John J. 110 

Thomas 1173 

Arthur W, 45 

Wra. J. 308 

Patrick J. ^b 

Albert W. 5 

Edward H. 925 

William 76 

David 78 

Kosetta M. 272 

F. T. 54 

Frank J. 10 

J. F. 24 

John T. 107 

Frank L. Jr. 12 

Job J. 61 

Michael H. 284 

Edward L. 10 

Allan G. I7 

Jesse G, 25 

Ernest A. 1277 

William A. I3C7 
George K. ' 26 

Clarence R. 14';^ 

George L. 346 

Harry 12 77 
Harry L. 



Dudley St. , Rox. 

Damrell St. , S. E. 

Hartford St. , Dor. 

Waumbeck St., Rox. 

Cooper St. 

Boylston St, 

L Street. 

Howard S I. 

Walnut Ave., Rox. 

Homestead St., Rox. 

Huntington Ave. 

Milk St. 

Devon St., Rox. 

Mo. Anderson St. 

Adams St., Rox. 

Summer St. 

karginal St., E. B. 

St. Botolph St. 

Tremont St. 

Kilby St. 

Bunker Hill St. , Chsn. 

Thomas Park 

Way Place, Rox. 

E. Broadway, S. B. 

Mountain Ave. Dor. 

Mt. Vernon St. 

Belgrade St., Ros. 

Golden Ave. 

Galena St. , Box. 

So. Market St. 

Columbia Rd., Dor. 

Arundel St. 

Fenwood Kd. , Rox. 

C. St., S. B. 

Kenraore St. 

Exeter St. 

Peterborough St. 

Commonwealth Ave., Alls, 

Commonwealth Ave. Alls. 

Cameron St. , Dor. 

Strathmore Rd. , Brigh. 

Iwarlboro St., 

Tremont St, 

B. & K. R, R, 



1359 



BISTIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER l6, l^lV- 



Contd. 



Revolver Licences Granted - contd. 



Dobson 

Donovan 

Doyle 

Driscoll 

Dupee 

Edgerly 

Eisner 

Emery 

Everett 

Farrell 

Paye 

Ferris 

Field 

Field 

Flanders 

Foster 

Frost 

Gleason 

Goldstein 

Griffin 

Groves 

Hall 

Hamblen 

Hamlin 

Handy 

Hathaway 

Hilton 

Hirschbach 

Hood 

Hookailo 

Hopkins 

Houghton 

Housen 

Howard 

Howe 

Hoyt 

Hurvitz 

Jacobs 

Jank 

Jenney 

Jensen 

Johnson 

Johnson 

Kelly 

Kiley 

Kiley 



Oliver 1003 

John F. 
Francis L!. 
Michael J. 
Alfred S. 
Fred A. 
Harry 
Harry B. 
Paul D. 
James E. 
Hoy A. 
Anton L. 
Bradford S. 
Michael J. 
Alton L. 
John H. 
John A. 
Le s 1 i e C . 
Louis 
Frank J. 
Lovett B, 
William E. 
Walter P. 
Willard B. 
Joseph W. 
Joseph A. 
Charles F. 
Louis 
Allen L. 
Frank 

Lawrence G. 
Daniel F. 
Jacob 
Louis T. 
George E. 
Grover C. 
George 
Edwin C. 
Robert C. Jr. 
Ira D. 
James G. 
Herbert W. 
John 

Edward H. 
Joseph T. 
Louis J. 



14 
1006 
112 
20 c 
158 
282 
1 
302 
46y 

12b 

33 

98 

1996 
130 
1463 

11 

169 

30 
178 
121 

148 

98 

131 
27 

83 

2888 

41 

108 

1^3 



Hyde Park Ave. 
Hoosac Tunnel Docks 
Aspinwall hd. 
Bennington St., E. B, 
Huntington Ave. 
Washing ton St., Erigh. 
Chapman St., Brigh. 
Congress St. 
Court Street 



Third St., S. B. 
Norfolk St. 
Wardsworth St. , E. E. 
Summer St. 
G. fft. 

Columbus Ave. 
Essex St. 
Blue Hill Ave., 
Spencer St., Dor. 
Portland St. 
Commonwealth Piers 
Peaceyale Road 
Treraont Street 
Florence St., Ros. 
State St. 
Chandler St. 
Dudley St. 
Wilmore St., Mattapan 



Glenville Ave., Allston 
»vashin'.ton St., Rox. 
Intervale St., Rox. 
Mt. Vernon St. 
Endicott St. 
IO67A Blue Hill Ave., Dor. 
18 Rosedale St., Dor. 
State St. 
Ashmont St. , Dor. 
Tremont St. 
Devon St. Rox. 
Hyde Park Ave. , 
Wellington Court 
Blue Hill Ave. 
Boulevard Terrace, Alls. 
Murdock St., Brigh. 
State St, 



75 

380 

33^A 
87 

1416 

4 

136 

19 

109 

196 
40 



V. Eighth St., S. B. 
Lambert S-t. , Rox. 



1360 



BOSTOII, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER l6, 1919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - contd. 



ICnowlton 

Koresian 

Lawrence 

Legg 

Leland 

J^.gm'ba'rd 

Linsky 

Lyons 

MaaCurdy 

Ma cPha i 1 

aiaddison 

Mandracchia 

Martin 

Merritt 

Moretti 

Morrill 

Morris 

Murray 

ijicGann 

McLeod 

Nason 

Odiorne 

Packard 

Panos 

Parker 

Parsons 

Peabody 

Powers 

Pratt 

Provan 

Lindsay 

Rayner 

Read 

Reilly 

Ri chards 

Rising 

Rasingard 

Robertie 

Rubinovitz 

RU3S0 

Sacco 
Sal i das 
Segal 
Severino 
Silberberg 



Clarence H. 
Garnig 
Harry V. 
Edward P. 
William E. 
Raffailo 
lyiannis 
H. R. 

Brenton H. 
Neil 

Arthur W. 
Stefano 
S. Howard 
Fred L. 
Domenick 
Jenness E. 
Lester 
E. Ernest 
Pierce 
Alexander B. 
Robert W. 
John A. 
Walter 3. 
Constantinos 
John R. 
Donald V/. 
George M. 
John H. 
William H. 
Walter F. 
James F. 
Abraham 
Bayard T. 
Joseph E. 

Henry B. 

Max A. 

Anthony W, 

Moses 

Salvatore 

Alfred V. 

Louis 

Louis 

Joseph 

Saul 



146 

P 

89 

579 

41 

294 
200 

11 

5 

15 
12 

163 

16 

54 

1571 

307 

Jr. 237 

1029 

551 
830 

168 
167 

950 

1 

40 

1546 

28 

15 

56 
1 

11 
118 

61 
274 
407 

49 

220 

1865 

32 
4 

23 



, E. B. 
Rox. 



Rd., Brigh. 



Massachusetts ^ve. 
Westland Ave. 
St. Stephen "it. 
Rowland St. , Kox. 
Carolina Ave. 
Bennington St. 
Interval e St., 
Washington St. 
Devonshire St. 
Suimner St. 
Pemberton Sq. 
Everett Court 
State St. 
Milton 
Sndicott St. 
Standish St. , Dor. 
As tor St. 
Center St. , Ros. 
Beacon St. 
Congress St. 
Centre St. , J. P. 
Tremont St. 
Beacon St. 
Savoy St, 
W. Newton St. 
Tremont St. 
Metropolitan Ave., 
Court St. 
Union Ave., J. P. 
Commonwealth. Ave., 
V/hitney St. 
Walnut Park Rd. 
Chauncey St. 
Beecher St., J. P. 
Rowel 1 St. 
Mt. Vernon Ht. 
Whitney St. , hox. 
Lexington St., E. B. 
Charles St. 
So. liargin St. 
Hanover St. 
Columbus Ave. 
Harlem St. , Dor. 
Garden Court 
V/aban St. 



H. P. 



Brigh. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEAfflER l6 , I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Van Rensselaer, 


William S. 


7 


Van Wyck, 


Herbert L. 


178 


Varntim, 


George E. 


39 


Venis, 


Llichael J. 


215 


Walker, 


Frederick L. 


586 


Weber, 


Edmund 


10 


Welt, 


Howard L. 


24 


Whittier, 


Ross 


15 


Wilkas, 


Joseph 


440 


Wyman, 


Eugene L. 


64 


Yakimitis, 


John 


1 


Young, 


Arthur 


223 


Johnson, 


Edward 


33 


Smith, 


Robert C. 


Room 7C 


Sowles, 


Albert M. 


843 


Stone, 


Harry W. 


5 


Sturnick, 


Max 


12 


McSweeney, 


E. M. 


23 


Tighe, 


William A. 


8 


Toland, 


John H. 


196 



Walnut st . , 
Tremont st., 
Somerset st., 
M st. , 

Columbia rd. , 
Park View st. , 
Ossipee rd., W. Som. , 
Exchange st . , 
E. Sixth St., 
Percival st. , Dor., 
Florence st . , 
W. Canton st., 
Summer st . , 
North Station, 
Columbia rd. , 
Rocky Hill av. , 
Columbia rd. , 
Chilton rd. , W. R. , 
Cumberland st., 
Dorchester st. 



1361 



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



Bannon 

Bowen 

Brown 

Cook 

DeCosta 

Fie Ad 
Kell;^ 

Houg;L ton 
Good ppeed 



Officers 

Thomas P. 

Bradford A. 
Henry 



Michael H. 

Joseph F. 

Michael J. 
Edward K. ' 

Daniel P. 

Roy H. 



Employers 

Mass. Hospital Life Ins. Co. 

Howard atockton, Actuary 
40 & 5C State ^St. 
J. H. Wfhipple Co. 

Claude i'i.Hart.V. P. 
Boylston & Tremont Sts. 
Commission on Waterways & Public 
Land 

Stephen P. Kurd, Supt. 
Commonwealth Pier, E. E. 
Columbia Steel & Shafting Co. 

R.C.MacMillen IJIgr. 
44 Midway St. 
James F. Powell 
Congress Hall, 220 Broadway 
Mass. Hospital Life Ine. Co. 

Howard Stockton, Actuary 
40 & 50 State St. 



Phillipp Assner a. Go. 
1865 Washington St., Rox. 






1362 



•BOSTON, TUESDAY. SEPTICIBER l6, 191^. 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - cjncluded. 



Gordon 


George B. 


Griffin 


Frank J. 


Norton 


Howard G. 


Lof tug 


Albert J. 


McCrillis 


E. F. 


Russell 


?. P. 


Srnal 1 


Fred F. 


Thomas 


William 



Alls ton Amusement Co. 

Stanley Sumner, Gen. Mgr. 
Allston Theatre. 

Commission on Waterways & Public 

Land 
Commonwealth Pier, E. B. 
F. W. Woolworth Co. 

F. I. Peckham 
Woolworth ntore #164, S. B. 
liJdward E. Fogg 

• Arthur L. Race, Ass. Mgr. 
Copley-Plaza Hotel 
F. F. Russell Co. 

F. F. Russell, Principal 
452 Audubon Road Sc 10 Hifeh St. 
Beacon Trust Go. 

F. B, Lawler, Vice Pres. 
3 SO. iiarket St. Jk 20 Milk St. 
Central Sq. Theatre Co., Inc. 

.r. Z-. Sproule, Prea. 
36 Bexinintiton St. , Td]. B. 



1363 



BOSTON. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER l6, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Fairbanks, 



Casey, 

Corthell, 

Field, 

Fogarty, 

Gleason, 

Greer, 

Houser, 



Bridges, 



Bowles, 

Brockway, 

Elliot, 



DeCosta, 



Appointed September 9, I919. 



Stephen 

Roberts, 



Kent, 
Harold H. 



Appointed September 11, 1919. 



Daniel J. 

Mark A. 
Walter R. 
Michael J. 
Leslie C. 
William S. 
Jacob 



Karshick, 

Lyons, 

Meyers, 

Munro, 

O'Malley, 

Ryan, 

Small, 



Appointed September 12, 1919. 



David W. 
Long, 



Hogan, 
Thomas F.- 



Appointed September 15, 1919 • 



Aubrey W. 
Fred S. 
Oliver C. 



Lord, 

Clements, 

Wright, 



Appointed September 16, 1919 • 



Joseph F. 
Russell, 



Appointed September 10, 1919* 
Nolan, James E. 

Appointed September 8, 1919. 
O'Brien, William J. 



John W. 



Frederick C. 
Timothy J. 
William F. 
David R. 
Walter 
Joseph F. 
Roland G. 



James J. 



Lyman L. 
Bartholomew A. 
James W. 



Goodspeed, Roy H. 
Thurber F. 



X364 



BOSTOU, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER l6 , I919 



Concluded. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman John F. Brith of Division 7 
for violation of Rules 35 ^-I'^cl 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

Rule 37, Section 1, - CHARGE: ABSENCE PROM DUTY \nTKOUT LEAVE. 
Specification: In that Patrolman John P. Brith failed to 
report for duty at 5.45 P. M. August 30 , I919, and at 12.45 A. M. , 
August 31, 1919. 

Rule 35, Section 8, - CHARGE II: UNTRUTHPUIATJSS. 

Specification: In tliat when the said Patrolman Brith was 
asked by a superior officer (Sergeant Williams) where he was when 
he telephoned to the Captain, he answered "My wife telephoned" 
knowing well the answer was not true, and when asked by the Sergeant 
what Doctor he Baw today (August },0 , I919.) he answered "Doctor 
Moran of Saratoga Street, knowing well the answer was not true. 

I It appeared that a hearing was called on the Fifteenth day 
of September, current, after due notice had been served on the said 
Patrolman Brith by giving him a true copy of the complaint, but on 
account of said Patrolman Brith going out on strike the date of 
hearing was cancelled - 



Attest 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE C0MMI3SI01TER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, SeptemlDer 17, 1919. 



Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the follov/ing business: 

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Amusement Licenses until August 1, I92O, were forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved :- 

Estate of Samuel Goldenberg by H. Goldenberg, Administrator, - 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Meridian Hall located at 163 Meridian street. 

Empire & Tuileries Co. by H. L. McAllister, Treasurer, - to 
have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Hotel Tuileries Hall located at 270 Commonwealth avenue. 

Elizabeth Peabody House Association by Richard G. Wadsworth, 
President, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Elizabeth Peabody Gymnasium located at 357 Charles 
street. 



1365 



The application of Louis Hurwitz for an Amusement 
License to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in New International Hall located at 42 Wenonah street xintil 
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 Mark A. Conley et al for a charter as 
the Mericury Athletic Club for the purpose of general athletics, 
maintens'.nce of a gymnasium, reading-rooms and places for social 
meetings ; no fixed location. 



1366 



BOSTOIT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEIIBER 1?, 1919 • 



Contd. 



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



390 Bagley, 
1548 Keane , 
256 quigley, 



Frank 
Daniel J. 
Joseph P. 



912 Harrison av. , 

183 Massachusetts av., 

550 Tremont st. 



The application of James W. Parker for a license #167,154- 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 272 West Newton 
street was granted for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Jacob Moskovitz, 130 Leverett 
street, for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920. 



The application of Bennie Klayman, 8 Lawrence street, for 
a Junk Collector's License was rejected. 



I 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. 



Agretelis, 

Boudreault , 

Bruce, 

Cossaboom, 

Croxford, 

Dwyer, 

Gailius, 



Peter 
Philip J. 
Barnett 
Robert 
Jesse R. 
William J. 
Joseph B. 



16 Kennard av. , 
298 Ruggles St., Roxbury, 
117 Warren st., 

19 Basto ter. , Ros., 

53 Robinwood av., 
. 81 Movmtfort St. , 

26 Dorset st., Dor., 



approved by Anthony Ivas, 315 W. Broadway, 



1367 



BOSTON, 'HEDimSDAY, SEPTSLBER 17, 1919 . 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Glass, 


Jacol) 


Hobbs, - 


Harry W. 




approved "by 




New England 


Hudson, 


Charles E. 


Hvmt, 


Guy H. 


Jones, 


John C. 




approved by 


Kelly, 


Edmund P. 


Kepler, 


Charles 0. 


Lefkovich, 


Max H. 


Lester, 


Hugh 




approved by 




Cosraopolit 


Lee, 


Myles L. 




approved by 




American 


Masters, 


Carson- W. 


Mo ran. 


John B. 




approved by 




Merchants El 


McHugh , 


William E. 


Rand, 


Woodbury 


Ro che , 


Frederick 



Russo, 



Solomont, 
Yudovitz, 



28 Ciinningham st., Rox. , 
14-6 Clifton St., Maiden, 
Morris P. Capen, Assistant Sec, 
Mutual Life Insvirance Company, 

6^ Arlington st. , 

23 Central st., 
212 Huntington av., 
John C. Walsh, 429 Coliambus av., 

61 Hamilton st., Dor., 
362 Commonwealth av., 

12 Havelock st., D. D., 

41 Kirkland st., Camb., 
George M. Rich , Treasurer, 
an Trust Company, 

84 Baldwin av., Everett, 
C. \V. Robie, General Manager, 
Railway Express Company, 

22 Evans Way, 

52 Temple st. , 
Frank A. Bellucci, President, 
ectric Protective COe, 36 Bromfield 

st. , 

35 Cambridge st. , 



75 Ames Building, Court st.; 

69 Temple av., Winthrop, 
approved by John W. Moran Jr., Ass't City 
Editor, Boston American, 80 Summer st . , 
Victor A. 391 Hanover st., 
approved by Richard F. Poye, Superintendent, 

The Prudential Insurance Company, 
Charles 63 Fowler st., D. D., 

Abraham 884 Harrison av. 



The application of Walter S. Higgins, 3OO Folsom avenue, 
Melrose, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



1368 



BOSTOU, lEDlfflSDAY, SEPTEJffiER 1? , 1919* 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



Bates, 

Cloonan, 

Connors,. 

Jennings, 

Norton, 

O'Melia, 

Bishop , 



Devine, 

Macdonald, 
McLean , 

Smith, 



James W. 
Martin M. 
William 
Tobias J. 
Martin J. 
Austin 
Horace A. 



Joseph M. 
Murdock A. 
Irving N. 

Waldo H. 



Employers. 

Boston Consolidated Gas Company, 

Dana D. Barnum, V. Pres., 
premises of said company located 
.in the city of Boston, 



Harry H. Goldstein, Manager, 
Shawmut Theatre, 

362 Blue Hill av., 
Daniel Macdonald, Supt., 
Odd Fellows Hall, 

515 Treraont st. & 4 Berkeley 

St. , 
Schoolhouse Commission, 

J. P. Lomasney, Chaiirman, 
BChoolhouses of the city of 

Boston. 



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



Officers. 



Goodale, 

Goodwin, 

Pf ieffer, 

Richards, 

Johnson, 

Dowd, 

Elliot, 

Cook, 

Small, 

Bishop, 

Devine, 

Macdonald, 

McLean, 



Charles J. 
Ralph L. 
Charles P. 
Irving W. 
Prank S. 
Albert B. 
Oliver T. 
Michael H. 
Fred P. 
Horace A. 
Joseph M. 
Murdock A. 
Irving N. 





App 


oint 


ed. 


September 


9. 


1919, 


N 




10, 


1919, 


N 
II 
N 

n 




11, 

12, 

^?' 
16, 


1919, 
1919, 
1919. 
1919, 


11 




17, 


1919. 



1369 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTELffiBR 1?, 1919. Concluded. 



The application of George P. LaChance for a Wagon License 
#6853 "to locate in front of 68? Dudley street was granted for the 
year ending Jvme 30 » 1920. 



A requisition for the payment of the Department Bills 
for the month ending September 1^, 1919. was approved as follows; 



Police Department, 
Police Signal Service, 
House of Detention, 

Total, 



$17,595.66 

2,688.71 

36-76 

120,321.13 



Attest: 



Chief ClJ^ 



1370 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIfflllSSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, September I8, I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read ajid approved. 



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

French Bulldog Club of New England by Charles E. Townsend, 
Superintendent, - to have a dog show in Horticultural Hall located 
at 300 Massachusetts avenue on Monday and Tuesday. October 1^ and 
14, current. ■^' 

Boston Terrier Club Incorporated, by Charles E. Townsend, 
Superintendent, - to have a dog show in Horticiatural Hall located 
at 300 Massachusetts avenue on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 11 
and 12, current, ' 

Reverend Thomas F. Garrity - to have a whist party and enter- 
tainment m St. Augustine's School Hall located on E street on 
September 23, current. 

John J. Gunning - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Pitzedrick Bungalow located at 155 Capen 
street until August 1, 1920. 

Tony Krebs - to have a dramatic entertainment in the Dudley 
Street Opera House located at II3 Dudley street on Monday evening, 
September 29, I919. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Commonwealth 
on the application of James H. Phelan et al for a charter as the 
Republican League of Ward 7 for promoting political, educational, 
and social interests, and generally to encourage social intercourse 
among its members; to be located at 329 Columbus avenue. 



1371 

BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTSMEER l8, I919. Contd. 



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

The Superintendent of Pnliee is hereby directed tn make the 

following details for duty at the State Primary in this city r--^ ^ ■••- - 

September 23, I919J 

1. Thxee I^atrolmen for duty in the office of the elec...,,. 
commisBioners from 12 ?»'ol?volc, noon, September 22, until relieved, 

2, A Sergeant and ten Patrolmen for duty in Court square, 
keeping carriages in line, from 4 o'clfkok, a. m, , and directing ti r>vr,r)- 
er entrance to election oommisBionere* ofrioe oarriagss returning :'. 
polling places with ballot boxes, from 4 o'clock, p. m. , September iij, 
until relieved, 

3. The necessary number of Patrolmen from the several police 
divisions to attend the several polling places in this city on Stat^ 
Primary Day, to preserve order and protect voters in the full exercise 
of their siglxts, 

4, Two hundred and nineteen [Patrolmen to convey the regis- 
tering ballot-boxes, voting lists and other doouments from the elec- 
tion commissionerE; ' office, City-Hall Annex, Court square, to the poll- 
ing places, and deliver thisii to the warden or clerk of the precinct, al- 
lowing no person to take or examine them before such delivery. They 
will report promptly as follows: Patrolmen from the First, Second, 
Third and Pourth Divisions at office of the Board of Election OonmiS" 
sioners, City-Hall Annex, at ^ t'clock, a, m. ; Patrolmen from the Se- 
venth, Ninth. Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth. Fourteenth and Nine- 
teenth Divisions will report at their respective station-houses at 4 
o'clock, a, m. (excepting the patrolman for ward 24, precinct 2, who 
will report at station-house of Division 13 at 4.30 o'clock, a. m, ) ; 
Patrolmen from the Fifth. Sixth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth Divisions at 
4,30 o'clock, a, m, ; and those of the Seventeenth Division to report at 
the station-house of Division I7 at j.30 o'clock, a. m, (exceptir- 
Patrolman for ward 24, precinct 1, who will report at the stati*:. 

of Division I8 at 4,3C o'clock, a, m,) and proceed thence in carriages 
or motor vehicles to the-election o»mmiasi»ners' office (exceptir,:- ''- - 
the Patrolmen for ward 24, precincts 1 and 2. as aforesaid, will .d 

to their respective precincts in a motor vehicle from the station-house 
of Division iG with other officers of thn.t division,) 

^. Two PatroLaen fr»m Division 1'? to report at the election 
commissioners' office on Ifoniay, September 22, at 3 o'clock, p. m. ; 
thence to proeeed in a vehicle, ta be provided f«r the purpose, to the 
station-house of Division lo with the ballot-b«xes and paraphernalia re- 
quired for the priinaiy in ward 24, 

6. Six Patrolmen from Division Ifi, »ne Patrolman from Dl _ 
sion 19 and nne Patrolman from Division I7 to report at the statian- 
house of Division I8 at 4.30 o'clock, a. a,, September 23; thence to 
proceed in a motor vehicle, to-be provided for the purpose, with the 
ballot-boxee and »ther paraphamalla, and distribute the same to the 
vari<jus preolnr-*-- '- — ' ", 

7* the pf»llin?-placep t« whioh they e-* 

registering 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTSLffiER l8, I919. Contd. 



General Order - concluded. 

-vicsivac^ iroEi t/xe eijecLiiin commissionera , and hand the key of the regis- 
tering Fbiallot-'box to the warden. Cn delivery of the "ballote to the 
warden,' the police officer will taJce from hia a receipt for the "ballots, 
'rV-l-h •i'eftAl-at, will "be returned to the election conuaissionerB. 

After the warden has opened the "box and allowed the elec- 
tici. cixicert. and the pu'olic to see that it is empty, the Tsox is to "be 
again locked and the key given to the police officer, who is to retain 
:;.t until after tne polls have closed, except that the warden may be al- 
lowed to open the "box for the purpose mentioned in Section 3 of "the cir- 
cular issued lay the Board of Election Commissioners, entitled: "In- 
structions to Police Officers on Primaiy Day," They will remain on 
duty at the poUlng places during such hours as their superior officers 
may designate. Commanding officers will exeroiee their judgment In re- 
lieving officers during the day, but will see that one or more officers 
are always on duty at the polla* 

9* When the polls close, the officers detailed for the prir- 
pose will receive the unused and spoiled "ballots, registering "ballot-box 
and key thereof, voting lists envelope, elgned "ter the warden and other 
dleotion 9fflct3re. receipts for ballote, stamps for marking spoiled bal* 
lots, oarxy them to the election commissioners' office, and deliver them 
to soma member of the Board of Blectlon Oommlssloners in person. 

10. When the ballots are sorted and counted the officers de- 
tailed for the purpose will receive in the box sent for the purpose the 
tally sheets and ballots, which box is to be sealed and signed by the 
election officers. The officers will then bring the box. official re- 
turn, precinct seal, press return and stamps for marking defective bal- 
lots to the office of the election commissioners, and deliver same to 
some member of the 3oard of Sleciion Oommisslaners. 

11, After the close of the polls, a vehicle, to be provided 
for the purpose, will be sent to the various precincts in ward 24, to 
bring police officers with regular ballot-boxes, unused ballots, etc., 
to the station-house of Division iB, from which place only two officers 
need accompany the vehicle with the regular ballot-boxes, unused bal- 
lots, etc., to the office of the election commlss loners. 

id. While the polls remain open an officer of rank will visit 
the polling-places In each division at stated intervals, to be desig- 
nated by the captain, and in case of any disturbance will report the 
fact to the commanding officer at the station-house without delay. If 
additional men are needed beyond the number avsdlable in that division, 
the officer In charge will communicate Immiedlately with Headquarters. 

IJ. Special attention is called to the circular issued by the 
Board of Blectlon Commissi onere, entitled: "Instructions to Police "Jf- 
ficers on Prlmstxy Day," atd commanding officers of divisions will see 
tliat each officer detailed for duty on State Prlmfl,iy Day Is furnished 
-•; +> a copy. 

14-. A list of the names 0* the officers detailed for duty on 
. .;* Prlaaiy Day and the police stations to which they are attached 
:i b» fijirniahed to the Board of Blectlon CommissionerB, 

(Note: BofreslunmitB consisting if coffee and sand- 
wiches will be provided "by the Board of Blectlon Commission-. 
era in station-house iTo. 2 for the officers detailed to re- 
port at the office of th» election cowaissionerB on the morn- 
of September 23* ) 



1373 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l8, I919. 



Contd. 



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



2493 Dxiff , - 

2494 Gilchrist, 
7 59 Reardon , 

1611 Smith, 



Michael E. 
Henry 
Prank B. 
Charles E. 



Jr. 11 Lomljard st., Ashmont, 
4 Groton st. , 
5^ Astor st, , 
41 Etna st. , B. D. , 



The application of Henry Gilchrist for a license #139.14-2 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at ^Al Treraont 
street was granted for the year ending June 2,0, 1920. 



The application of David Segal, ^1 Compton street, for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30. 
1920. 



The application of Abraham Fishgal for a transfer of his 
Junk Shop Keeper's License from 279 Dorchester avenue to 11 West 
Pifth sti'eet was granted. 



1374 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTELIHBR l8, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Conunonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31, 192O. 



Bearse, 
Cobb, 
Foster, 
Grander, 
Stone , 

Young, 



Chin, 
Connell, 



Farley, 



Holmes, 
Stokes, 



Jackson, 
Jennings, 



Kerrigan, 



MacCallxm, 
Mo she r, 

Nickerson, 
Sawyer, 



Radcliffe, 

Randlett, 

Roberts, 
Starratt, 
Thayer, 
White, 

Young, 
Goss, 



WillisLm F. .. . 45 Main st., Medfield, 
William E. 10 Lloyd st., Winchester, 
Arthur L. 17 Abbotsford st., 

Frank B. I30 Huntington av., 

Henry C. 66 Adams st., Medford 

Hillside, 
Herbert L. 87 Harvard av., W. Medford 
approved by Frank E. Granger, Treasurer, Eliot 

Savings Bank, 
Henry q,. Q. 21 St. Botolph st . , 
Jeremiah E. 53 M st., 
approved by Harry L. Wheater, Ass't Treasurer, 

South Boston Trust Company, 
George F. I86 Bowen st . , 
approved by Captain Daniel J. Canty, 



99 Chavmcy 
st . , 
John T. I 43 Goldthwait st . , Lynn, 
Willisun S.j 743 Tremont st., 
approved by Robert E. Dillon, Ass't Supt., 
Generating Dept., Edison Electric Illuminating 

Company, 
Charles A. G. 171 Tremont st . , 
Albert 532 Massachusetts av., 

approved by George H. Wilson, Manager, Jenney 
Service Stations, 2022 Commonwealth av., 
Jamea 15 Marshfield st . , Roxbury, 

approved by J. H. Duff ill, Operating Manager, 

Metropolitan Coal Company, 
James E. 72 Devon st., 

Harry 0. 7 Eliot pi., J. P., 

approved by Otis B. Mosher, 39 Green st., 
Charles F. ) 11 Dalton st., 
Henry E. ; 20 Bynner st., Roxbury, 
approved by G. A. Spence, V. President, Americaii 

Steam Gauge Valve Manufacturing Co., 
William W. ^1 Vesta av., Auburndale, 
approved by E. E. Conway, President, Hallett & 

Davis Piano Company, 
Arthur D. 110 Blue Hill av., 
approved by F. W. Rugg, National Rockland Bank, 
Isaac L. 104 Revere st., 

Clarence W. 39 Walnut av., Roxbury, 
William H. 37 Mill st . , Dorchester, 
Henry E. 37 Arden st., B. D., 

approved by Sarah A. Johnson, 37 Arden st.,B,D. 
Israel H. 24 Everett st., B. D., 

approved by Peter J. Connolly, Deputy Supt., 

Faneuil Hall Market, 
Allen Boston & Maine Railroad, No. Station. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEIffiER l8, I919. Contd . 



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



Barney, - 

Frugoni,- 

Koreaian, 

Levy, 

Sherman, 



Malaie B. 
Mateo A. 
Garnig 
Samuel 
Joseph 



114 Fenway, 

64-0 Hxintington av. , 
83 West land av. , 
68 Fayston st., Roxbxiry, 
93 "B" Hampden st., Roxloury' 



1375 



The application of Fred C. Smith for a Wagon License 
#2369 to locate in front of 993 Tremont street was granted for the 
year ending Jime 30> 1920. 



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, 



Charles H. Bullock, 
Frank J. Kelley, 
John H. Sprat t, 
Jajnes S. Norton, 



Div. 
II 

H 
II 



4, 

12, 
16. 



7 days, 

6 " 

7 " 
7 " 



I 30.68 
26.30 
30.68 
30.68 

$118.34 



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



Cohen, 



Burapus , 



Appointed September 11, 1919* 

William R. 



Murray S. 

McCarthy, 



Mann, 
Jsunes E. 



Appointed September 12, 1919* 
Fred W. Megan, Thomas F. 

Appointed September 16, 1919- 

McCrillis, E. F. 



1376 



BOSTON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l8, 1919- Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending September l8, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Department, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$23,800.39 

614.58 

610.35 

199.42 

63.85 

$25,288,59 



Attest 



Chief ClerllflJ) 



OPPIGE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton sqixare. 



Boston, Friday, September 19, 1919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



The application of James A. Donahue for an Amusement 
License to have a dancing party in Puritan Hall located at 248 
Friend street on Wednesday evening, September 17, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of James M. McKenney for an Amusement 
License to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Pilgrim Hall located at 732 Broadway until August 1, 1920, 
was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



1377 



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



78 Atwood, 

2495 Bourdon, 

1571 Browne, 

1804 Paro, 



Alfred S. 
Harold I. 
John F. 
Philip L. 



27 Upton St., 

19 Pembroke st. , 
226 Harvard st., Medford, 
155 Massachusetts av. 



1378 



BOSTON, FRIDAY , SBPTEICBER 19, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



26,002 Atwood, Alfred S. in a garage at 29' 
165,545 Franklin, Charles 11. •• " •• " l6l 



Northampton st., 
Warren st . , Rox. 



The application of Mark S. Reinstein, 19 Sagamore avenue, 
Winthrop, for a Collective Musicians' License for one musician to 
accompany a parade of the Citizens' League, announcing Clarence W. 
Rowley for Attorney General, on Friday and Satxirday, September I9, 
and 20, current, from 10 a. m. to 8.30 p. m., was granted. 

Route: Through some of the principal streets of the City of 
Boston. 



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. 



Abbott, 
Arzillo, 
Arzillo, 
Bailey, 



Brine, 

Bruder, 

Reynolds, 



Costa, 
Connors, 



Fitzgerald, 
Flannigan , 



George W. H. 37 Sycamore st., Ros., 
Carlo F. 26 Thetford av., D. D., 

Domenico 26 Thetford av., D. D., 

George H. 271 Bunker Hill st., 

approved by H. W. Eastman, Superintendent, 

Cadillac Automobile Company, 
Fred A. 153 Northampton st., 

Charles L.l 7 Crowell st., D. D., 
Richard Z.f .32 Monmouth st., E. B., 
approved by J. M. Porter, Purchasing Agent, 

Federal Reserve Bank, 
Domizio A. 350 Hanover st., 
John F. 119 L St. , 

approved by H. Merrick, Superintendent, 

Package Confectionery Company, 
John M. 22 Francis st., 

approved by B. D. Blaisdell, Cashier, First 

National Bank of Boston, 
Arlon J. 93 Causeway st., 

approved by A. B. Bent, Treasurer, G. W. Bent 

Company, 



1379 



BOSTOU, FRIDAY, 3EPTEI.IEER 19, 1919- 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Frisbee, 
Goodwin, 
Green, 



Hall, 
Howell, 



Hartwell , 

Merrill, 

Nickerson, 



Sampson, 
Stamm, 



Thompson, 
Thompson, 



Davis, 

Muther, 

McGarry, 

Uolan, 



Howard J. 409 Huntington av., 

approved "by Edward L. Estabrook, Trustee, 

Estabrook Real Estate Trust, 
Ralph L. 200 Freeman st., Brook., 

approved by H. V. Chamberlain, Proprietor, 

341 Newbury st . , 
Henry H. 29 Wellesley pk., D. D., 

approved by Henry H. Green, President, Hub 

Storage Warehouse Company, 
Henry I. Jr. I 41 Bedford at., 
Chester W. J 10 Chatham rd., Everett, 

approved by A. W. Blake, Cashier, The Boylston 

National Bank, 
Charles F. 3 Frothingham av,, 

approved by H. H. Wright, Secretary, 
Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Co., 
Chester S. 1 Hooper st., D. D., 

approved by D. F. Kilgore, Superintendent, 

11 Pemberton sq., 
Harry L. I263 Commonwealth av., 
approved by Ernest Barker, Boston Consolidated 

Gas Company, 
Harris G. 48 Dover st., 

Fred W. 26l "A" Main st., 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 

American RailY/ay Express Company, 
Andrew 66 Julian st., Dor., 

approved by I. W. Foster, Paymaster, Hew York, 

New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, 
J. Edgar 248 Broadway, Somerville, 

approved by W. M. PajTie, Credit Manager, 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. 
Aaron 53 State st., 

Lorenz F. 44 Binford st . , 

John J. 30 St. Cecilia st., 

Walter F. . 3 Harvest ter., Dor. 



1380 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTElffiER 19, 1919 . 



Contd. 



The applications of the follov/ing named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonv/ealth were 
rejected:- 



Allston, 
Brayton, 
Etheridge , 
Gabriel , 
Jackson, 



Frederick E. 
Gordon R. 
Columbus A. 
Man sour 
Roy M. 



2l6 Northampton st., 
25 Bickerstaff st. , 
766 "A" Shawmut av., 
5 Spear pi. , 
o Ringgold at . 



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



Officers 


• 


Bailey, 


Charles 


Bowler, 


Michael J. 


Bruder, 


Charles L. 


Reynolds, 


Richard J. 


Buckley, 


Pierce E. 


Chevalier, 


Samuel A. 


Connor, 


George H. 


Kennedy,. 


James S. 


Kenney, 


James W. 


Mai era. 


William C. 


Mulloney, 


William J. 


Reardon , 


John H. 


Hartwell, 


Charles P. 


Paledzus, 


Rokas \ 


Plepis, 


Michael MJf 



} 
■} 



Employers. 

C. P. Hathaway & Sons, 
P. T. Stevens, Mgr. , 
29 Robey St. 
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 

J. M. Porter, Purchasing 
Agent, 53 & 131 State st., 
approved by His Honor the Mayor & 
Charles P. D. Belden, Librarian 
Boston Public Library, Copley sd 



Jr. 



So 



Massachusetts Hospital Life Ins. 
Co., Howard Stockton, Actuary, 
4-0-50 State st., 
Boston Lithiianian Benevolent 
Society, Titus P. Greviskis, Sec. 
309 E St. 



BOSTOIT, FRIDAY, SEPTEI,IBER 19, 1919 . 



Concluded. 



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



Officers, 



Appointed. 



Montgomery, 

Thompson, 

Kyle, 

Milton, 

Smith, 



George 
Albert 
George 
John J. 
Waldo H. 



H. 
L. 
A. 



September 9, I919. 

" 10, 1919. 

" 11, 1919. 

" 17, 1919- 



The app.lica.tion of Nushan H. Armoian for a Wagon License 
#6854- to locate in front of 12 Dovmer court, Dorchester, was granted 
for the year ending June 30, I920. 



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 :- 

Chelsea st., 
Dock sq, , 
D St. , 

Neponset av., 
Chelsea st., 
Congress st . , 
Roxtury st . , 
Chelsea st . , 
cor. Court st . , 
Cottage St., 
Chelsea st. 
Spring st. 



Caggiano, 


Michael 


15 


Frammartino, 


William 


9 


Jenney Mfg. Co. 




379 


Kelleher, 


Patrick 


441 


Lanieri, 


Rinaldo 


99 


Psalides, 


Louis 


33 


Reynold, Foster 


k Curley 


93 


Runstein, 


Lola 


163 


Shenker, 


Samuel 


Stoddard 


Spinnelli , 


Jennie 


94 


Taylor, 


Louis 


161 


Tvmkel, 


. Nathan 


29 


Attest: 




- 



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Chief CI 




1382 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COl/MISSIOEER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, Septernter 20, 1919, 



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

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 Saturday, September 20,. I919, at 5,4-5 P. M. : 

Patrolman Albert Y/. Carnes from Office of the Superintendent to 

the Bureau of Criminal Investi- 
gation. 

" Timothy J. Sheehan " Office of the Superintendent to 

the Bureau of Criminal Investi- 
gation. 



The application of Jacob Karp, 4l6 V/est Second street, 
for a new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted, 



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



Berry, 
Brisk, 
Marshall, 



Attest 



Appointed September 10, I919. 

Bernard M. Nason, 

Louis M. Simpson, 

Charles L. Veaaie, 

Appointed September 16, 1919. 
Bowen, Bradford A. 



William E. 
James H. 
Harold K. 



<Mt4nM<^ 



Chief CI 



ersrr 



1383 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMJISSIOKER. 
29 Peia^berton square. 



Boston, Monday, September 22, I919. 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



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

The following named persons are hereby appointed Patrol- 
men , to take effect Monday, September 22, 1919, at 5'^5 P* I^* . 
and they are assigned to Division No. 6:- 



Joseph F. Dever, 
Augustine C. Curnane, 
James J. Tansey, 
John M. Sullivan, 
George F. Cassell, 



Jeremiah J. O'Connell, 
William M. Sheehan, 
John J. Dunn, 
Frank W. Metting, 
Antonio De Franco, 



Richard J. Butler. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor 
of Philip H. Burt for the sum of Two Thousand Four Hundred thirty- 
eight and 10/100 (2,438.10) Dollars, being the amount required to 
pay him for stenographic services. To be charged to the appropri- 
ation for Police. 



The application of Elton M. Street for an Amusement 
License to have a social entertainment and dancing party in Waverly 
Hall located on River street, Hyde Park, on Friday evening, 
October 10, current, was forv/arded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



1384 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEIiDSER 22, I919. 



Contd. 



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



2497 Connell, 
2496 Goodale, 
2^00 Gut stein, 

2498 Hird, 
1626 Mullen, 
2495 Ryan , 

773 Ryan , 



Gerard J. 
Mason E. 
Sam 

Frederick A. 
Patrick J. 
George D. 
Martin J. 



42 Batavia st . , 
38 Franklin st., Dedham, 
88 Willow St., Camb., 
8 Benner st. , E. B. , 
57 Tudor St. , 
107 Union Park st. , 
29 Ash St., Camb. 



The application of Abraham Petcove, 26 Myrtle street, for 
a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #1176 was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages v/ere granted for the 
year ending June 30f 1920. 



59,522 Goodale, Mason E. 

73,810 Hird, Frederick A. 
48,651 Ryan, Martin J. 



in a garage at 



II II 

n II 



8 Wolcott St. , Read- 
ville, 

•• 8 Benner st. , E. B. , 
" 34-5 Newbury st. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of the late Antonio Sciiaio on Monday, September 22, current, from 
2 to 4 p. m., was granted. 

Route: From 215 North street to Battery, Charter, Salem and 
Prince streets. North square. Moon, Fleet, North, Richmond and 
Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



1385 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 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 l!!ay 31 • 1920. 



Alden, 

Allen, 

Ballou, 

Bangs , 

Baumgarten, 

Bernstein, 

Burge, 

Cash, 

Chuterkis, 

Co"bb, 

Conrad, 

Cousins, 

Dallen, 

Emmes, 

Dowcett, 

Donovan, 

Dodge, 

Dennett, 

D'Este, 

Flint, 

Gentile, 

Gilmore, 

Girard, 

Hall, 

Harrington, 

Hayden , 

Jacobs, 

Jackson, 

Jones , 

Kenney, 

Kimball, 

I-illy, 

MacDonald, 

McCarthy, 

Meyer, 

Miller, 

Morse, 

Mahan , 

Norcross, 

Parker, 



George D. 
Hollis P. 
Austin A. 
Harry W. 
William E. 
Nathan 
Howard W. 
William A. 
Raphael 
Standley T. 
William 
Samuel 
P. A. 
Ernest V. 
Prancis E. 
James 
John T. 
L. Guy 
John H. 
Newton J. 
Antonio 
Folliard P. 
Leonard 0. 
Charles Jr. 
Luther E. 
William V. 
Carlton D. 
Frederick E. 
Charles E. 
Frederick R. 
George H. 
Charles D. 
Henry A. 
Patrick A. 
George vonL. 
Howard 
Walter L. 
Francis A. 
William J. 
Harry S. 



6 Park sq. , 
40 Water st. , 

16 New St. , E. B. , 

25 Farrington av., B. D. , 
11 Hanover st. , 
1427 Comraonv/ealth av., 

17 Court st . , 
4p Grant av . , 

74 Wexford st., B. D. , 
36 Temple pi., 
15 Bowdoin st . , 

Barton st . , 

66 E. Newton st . , 
25 Highland st., Roxbury, 
376 Washington st . , 
97 Myrtle st. , 
40 State st . , 

27 State St., 
177 Maverick st. , 
771 Dudley St., 

107 Maxwell St., Dor., 

8 Irvington st. , 
283 Walden st . , 

40 Water st. , 

59 Court st . , 

18 Tremont st . , 

28 Maple St. , ■ 
. 40 Water st . , 

263 Clarendon st., 

25 State St. , 
141 Federal st . , 

89 Gardner st., B. D., 
. 40 Water st . , 

1 Brattle sq. , 
89 State St., 

200 High St., 

10 High St. , 
276 Clyde st . , 

^^ Tremont st ., 

45 Milk st . , 



1386 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, I919 



Contd, 



Revolver Licenses Granted - conclvided, 



Samuelian, 


Atedis M. 


1290 


Scales, 


Ro"bert B. 


54.6 


Schaller, 


Albert S. 


- 301 


Shaw, 


Dixon 


590 


Staunton, 


D. 


10 


Staunton, 


W. E. 


- 10 


Stewart, 


Samuel A. 


19 


Stockton, 


Philip 


17 


Stroutn, 


Alexander 


• 420 


Vocke, 


Fred C. 


88 


Wyzanski, 


Ezekiel 


56 


Wyatt, 


Guy E. 


5 


Dixwell, 


John 


52 


Locklin, 


William 


81 



Dorchester av., 
Washington st., Dor., 
Faneuil st . , B. D. , 
Atlantic av., 
High St. , 
High st . , 
Myrtle st. , 
Court st . , 
Chelsea st . , E. B. , 
Erancis st . , Roxbury, 
Saratoga st . , 
Braemore rd., B. D. 
W. Cedar st., 
Gainsboro st. 



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



Altamusa, 

Berinato, 

Eronski, 

Channell, 

Cobbins, 

Curtis^. 

Lewis, 

Marks, 

Musse, 

Reed, 

Rose, 

Rosenblatt, 

Vadala, 

Wyman, 



Gataneo A. 
Sebastiano 
Prank 
Carlton P. 
Peyton L. 
A. Leroy 
Benjamin 
Luess 
Mas sad 
Bessie C. 
Morris 
Harry 
Joseph 
Leon D. 



17 Spring Garden st., 
101 Northampton st., 

58 Gushing av. , 
9 Sherman st., Roxbury, 
182 Braddock Park, 
355 Columbus av., 

24 Lome st. , D. D. , 
7 Walnut Park rd., 
134 Hudson st. , 
186 Coliombia rd. , 

36 Stanwood st., Roxbury, 

35 Dimick st . , 

"^l Lowell St. , 

64 Percival st . , Dor. 



BOSTON, MOiroAY, SEPTRIIEER 22, I919 



Contd. 



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

Employers. 

Frederick L. Walker, Pres., 
Dorchester Savings Bank, 
586 Columbia rd. , 
The National Shawmut Bank, 
James E. Ryder, Cashier, 
Y 4-0 Water st. , 



Massachusetts Chocolate Co., 
W. W. Curamings, V. Pres., 
197 Norfolk av. , 
C. F. Hathaway & Son, 

P. T. Stevens, Manager, 
29 Robey st. , 
Hibernian Building Association, 
Bernard E. Morgan, 

184 Dudley st . , Roxbury, 
Winthrop Alexander, Supt., 
Suffolk County Court House, 

Pemberton sq. , 
A. W. Perry, 
10 Tremont st . , 43 Tremont st., 
258, 338, 453. 597. ?64 & 611 
Washington st., 10^ Summer st., 
& 77 Bedford st., 176 & 136 
Federal st . , 261 Franklin st . , 32 
Oliver st., 97 & 101 Summer st., 
36 Bromfield st,, & 4^1 Washing- 
ton St., 
People's National Bank, 
L. E. Hersey, Cashier, 

114 Dudley St., Roxbury, 
The E. Howard Clock Company, 
William J. Elton, Treasurer, 
206 Eustin st. 



Officers 


• 


Bradford, 


George V/. 


Cash, 

Cousins, 

Hall, 

Mahan, 

McManus , 

Mo ran. 

Cook, 


William A. 
Samuel 
Charles Jr. 
Francis A. 
Frank T. 
Thomas W. 
Albert A. 


Crehan, 


Edward A. 


Downey, 


Martin J. 


Flanagan , 


Joseph B. 


Gilpin, 


Walter R. 



Harding, 
Honen, 



Charles C. 



Reuben F. 



1388 



BOSTOII, MOITOAY, SEPTEMEER 22, I919. 



Contd. 



On information filed by Captain Richard Fitzgerald. of 
Division 3 that Paul C. .Ellis, a special police officer, was arrest- 
ed on September 19, cvirrent, for drimkenness and flourishing a 
loaded revolver on Howard street, the appointment of the said Paul 
C. Ellis as a Special Police Officer on September 13, I919, for 
duty in and about the premises of the Eastern Massachusetts Street 
Railway located at 5^3 Commercial street was revoked. 



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

Appointed September 10, 1919* 

Milligan, Thomas 

Appointed September 11, 1919* 

Harlow, Radford C. 

Appointed September 15, 1919* 

Benton, Francis L. 

Appointed September I9, 1919 ♦ 



Buckley, 
Chevalier, 
Connor, 
Kennedy, 



Pierce E. 
Samuel A. 
George H. 
James W. 



Kenney, 

Maiers, 

Mulloney, 

Reardon, 



James W. 
William C. 
William J. 
John H. 



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

Division 4. 
2370 Meegan, Thomas H. in front of 3 Harrison av. 

Division 5- 
6855 Gwynn, Clifford T. in front of 136 W. Brookline st. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMKBR 22, 1919- 



Concluded. 



The application of Inspector Walker A. Smith of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission to accept a reward 
of One Hundred (100) Dollars from the Jewelers' Security Alliance 
for the arrest of Max Levine on June 19, 1919. for the larceny of 
a diamond valued at Six Hundred (600) Dollars, the property of 
Jason Weiler, was granted. 



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



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending September 30. current, was approved as follows ;- 



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

Total, 



I 1,166.66 

416.66 

9.845.30 

111,428.62 



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Attest: 



Chief Cler 




1390 



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



Boston, Tuesday, September 23, 1919. 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



A contract was made with the New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to install in the premises #107 Blue Hill avenue, 
residence of Captain Thomas Ryan, a telephone station connected with 
its Roxbury Exchange v/ith the right of 85 calls per month at the 
rate of ^4.25 per month with a discount of 33-1/3 psr cent. 



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



1110 Carbone, Andrew A. 

1481 Downs, Charles A. 

2501 Driscoll, Daniel T. 

2502 Washington, Jiilius C. 



28 Beachland av., Revere, 
21 Chambers st . , 
45 Phillips St., Roxbury, 
41 Commonwealth av., Newton 



The application of Julius C. Washington for a license 
#75.798 to set up and use a Hacl:ney Carriage in a garage at 293 
Northampton street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEIvfflER 23, 1919 • 



Contd, 



Apsey, 


Albert S. 




Baldwin, 


Charles E. 




Better, 


George F. 






approved by 


G. E. ] 


Donahue , 


Harold J. 




Donovan, 


Fred L. 




Hartnett , 


Frank P. 




Henchey, 


Stephen J. 




Hitchins, 


John B. 


Room 


Knox, 


Albert P. 


H 


Lincoln, 


Herbert A. 


n 


McGilvray, 


Joseph H. 




Shea, 


John J. 






approved by 


J. M. ] 




road Police, 


New y 



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

15 State st . , 
22 Brattle at., Carab., 

5 Cordis st . , C. D. , 
Mitchell, 92 State st., 

48 Jackson av., Everett, 

49 Granville rd., Camb. , 

16 Colonial av., Dor., 
19 Atherton st., Roxbury, 

219, South Station, 
219 , " •• 
219 , " " 
22 Sewall st. , Dor. , 
31 Worcester sq. , 
Kelly, Lieutenant of Rail- 
York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad Co . , 
Henry G. 39 Pilgrim rd., 

approved by William B. Stearns, Captain, First 

Motor Corps, lilassachusetts State Guard, 
Daniel J. 2 Guilford st., B. D., 

James E. 15 Congress st., 

approved by R. L. Wiggin, Wise, Hobbs & Arnold, 
Thomas V. 28 School St., 

approved by Charles C. Fearing, Treasurer, 

Second Society Universalists, 
Lindsay L. 414 Medford st . , Sora., 
approved by A. Van Valen, District Supt., 
granted on condition that amis are not to be 
carried, except when out investigating alarms, 
for the- American District Telegraph Company, 
Thomas W. 783 Morton st . , 

approved by James E. Ryder, Cashier, The 
Shawmut Bank of Boston, 
417 Third st., 
3 Wright's Court, 
by Howard C. Morse, Secretary, 
& Shepard Company, 

11 Grovenor rd., J. P., 
Fred W. - 70 Allston st . , B. D., 
Henry E. 41 Fowler st., 

Henry H. 98 Foster st . , B. D., 

approved by Frederick V/. Bennett, Supt., 
Stickney & Poor Spice Company, 



Carter, 

Donovan, 
Hurley, 

Jones, 
Fayette, 

Mo ran, 



O'Connell, 
Richardson, 



Pd chard s, 
Spraul, 
Stone, 
.^ullivan, 



1391 



Nati6nal 
John F. 
Edward P 
approved 

Blacker 
Virgil 



} 



392 



iS. 



'-U>«A,.^uiJ , 



yyj^. \ty fl- ''*o']- 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1919 • 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 
Whipple, 



Whitehouse, 
Wright, 



Stanley C. 30 State st . , 

approved by M. H. Smith for Curtis Publishing 

Company, 
Jasper H. 22 Bellvista rd., 

William T. . l675 Massachusetts av., 
approved by A. E. Goodwin, Treasurer, Star 
Brass Manufacturing Company. 



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



Goldrosen, 


Harry 


21 Temple st. , 


Kelley, 


Thomas A. 


27 Dunlap st . , D. D. , 


McAweeney, 


John 


. 23 Joy St., 


Sacchetti, 


Gerard 


466 Medford st . , C. D. 



The following named persons were appointed Special Police 
Officers for the year ending March 2,1, 1920. 

Employers. 

The Columbian National Life Ins. 

Co. Joseph Balch, Director, 
77^87 Franklin st., & 80-88 Arch 

st. , 
David H. Brand, Treasurer, 
Thomas Sqixare Theatre, 
169 Main st . , 
The Boston Athenaeum, 

C. K. Bolton, Secretary, 
lO-^- Beacon st . , 
Commonwealth Trust Company, 

A. R. Smith, Ass't Treasurer, 
88 Summer st. , 
approved by His Honor the Mayor <! 
Charles F. D. Belden, Librarian, 
Boston Public Library, 
Copley sq. , 
Jacob Dold Packing Company, 

John J. Dolphin, Secretary, 
77-79 So. Market st., 38-40 

Commerce st. 



Officers 


• 


Chapman , 


George L. 


Connors, 


James E. 


Furey, 


Patrick H. 


Dailey, 


Charles E. 


Howe, 


Carlton Z. 


Tirrell, . . 


Prank D. 


Pierce, 


Richard 


Wiley, 


Stephen W. 



1393 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, I919 . Concluded. 



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



Officers. 



Brookings, 
Way, 
Brown , 



Walter P. 
Bernard J 
Henry 



. \ 



Appointed. 
September 10, I919. 
•• 16, 1919. 



The application of Patrick J. Peeley for a Wagon License 
#68^6 to locate in front of 7 Everton street 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:- 

Patrolman John E. Powers of Division 2, three days, commencing 
September 23, current, on account of the death of his sister. 

Patrolman Daniel P. Sullivan of Division 14, one day, commenc- 
ing September 24, current, on account of the death of his wife's 
aunt . 



Attest 



Chief Clert^r^ 



394 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton sqioare. 



Boston, Wednesday, September 24, 1919 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



In accordance with Civil Service Rules the temporary 
employment of John D. Feeley and Lawrence G. Savage, provisional 
clerks, was continued until January Ist, next. 



The application of Morris Fusash for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Liberty Hall located at 5 Ruggles street until August 1, 1920, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of William E. Doerfler, I36 Hemenway 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #753 was granted 
for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of William E. Doerfler for a license 
5^52,727 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at II9 
:?ortland street was granted for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Stephen J. Sugrue, 70 East Canton street 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



1395 



BOSTON, WEDl^SDAY, SEPTElfflER 24, 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. 



Aldrich, 
Hugo, 



Bailey, 
Brine, 
Harrison, 
Higbee, 



Montgomery, 



Parker, 

Trustenitzer, 



Wallace, 



Edward E.J, 10 Eastman st., D. D. , 
Edward IT.) 20 Woodford st., D. D., 
approved by Henry C. Brine, General Manager, 

Merchants Legal Stamp Company, 
Edward T. 3 Evansdale ter., D. D., 

Henry C. 453 Washington st., 

Columbus W. 35 Common st . , 
John P. 3^ Harvard av., B. D., 

approved by Henry A. Higgins, House of 

Correction, Deer Island, 
George- H. 4 LaGrange pi., 

approved by Henry West, Treasurer, Institutions 

for Savings in Roxbury & its Vicinity, 
Walter H. 52 Dunboy st., B. D., 

Samuel 100 Boylston st., 

approved by George L. Reynolds, Treasurer, S. H. 

Reynolds Sons Company, 
Edwin E. 60 Evans st.. Dor., 

approved by Henry West, Treasurer, Institutions 

for Savings in Roxbury <5c its Vicinity. 



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



Chanoclat , 

Lichtenstein, 

Kanell, 



Leon 
Jacob 
George V. 



7 Newbury st . , 
383 Warren st., Roxbury, 
192 So. Huntington av. 



1396 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919. 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



DaTijon ,. 

Doane, 

Good, 

Gourley, 

Smith, 

Lindquist, 



Miil hoi Land, 



Wallace C. 
Harry L. 
Ernest C. 
Charles F. 
Robert C^_ 
Robert E. 



John W. 



Employers. 

Boston & Maine Railroad, 

J. D. Tyter, Gen'l Supt., 
premises located in the city of 

Boston, 

F. W. Woolworth Company, 
LeRoy Smith, Manager, 
490 Washington st. & 16 
Bedford st., 
T.. J. MacPherson, Chairman, 
Norfolk Hall, 

328 Washington st. Dor. 



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



Officers. 



Leonard, 
Coutlee, 
Dyer, 
liardini, 
Chajiman , 



Thomas H. 
S. 

Orrin L. 
Amedeo P. 
George L. 



Appointed. 



September 10, I919. 

•• 11, 1919, 

" 12, 1919. 

9. 1919, 

23, 1919- 



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



2373 Remmus, Burt 



Division 2. 

in front of 
Division 6. 



146 High St. 



500 

505 
566 
606 
648 
660 
731 



Boston Forwarding & Transfer Co. in front of #12 House, New 

New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R. 



BOSTON, DVEDNESDAY, SEPTEIvIBER 24, I919. Contd. 



1397 



Wagon Licenses Granted - concluded. 

Division 6 - concluded. 



818 

899 
1024 

1085 
1474 

526ZJ 
86" 

95 
102 

113 
3150 

4157 

4-353 
4910 

11^ 
1145 
2027 
2234 

2235 

68^ 

68621' 
6863) 
6860 

4112 
4115 
4131 

6859 
2375 
2387 



Boston Forwarding & Transfer Co. in front of #12 House, ITew 

York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, 



Buckley, William P. in front of 44 Stillings st.. 



Condon & Barry 



Coyle, James 



1 " 162 W. Second st., 



a stable at l85 W. Second st. 



\ 



Crossman, John P. •• front of 

Donnelly, M. J. " rear •* 

Estabrooks & Sibley Co. " " " 

Feeney, Frederick J. " front " 

Feinberg, Isaac nun 

Hogan, Martin F. w n « 



216 W. First St. 

296 A St. , 

280 Summer st., 

8 W. Seventh st. , 
204 " Broadway, 
447 Dorchester av. 



1398 



BOSTON, TODNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919 • Concluded. 



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



Austin & McDerraott 




16-18 


New Faneuil Hall 


Barkas, Tergis 


h Makris 




48 


Commercial st., 


Bartholomeo , 


S. Co. 




46 


Commercial st., 


CoTnmercial Beef 


Co. 




34 


North St. , 


Fleishman, 


Hyman 




87 


Blackstone st., 


Fisher, 


A. C. Co. 




40-42 


Commercial st . , 


Flink, 


Aaron H. 


N. 


210 


Hanover st . , 


Geraci, 


Leonard i 




172 


Friend st., 


Gillis, 


Edward F. 




78 


Blackstone st., 


Goldstein, 


Samuel Sc 


Sons 


65 


Salem st . , 


Hanson & Ricker 






81 


Clinton st., 


Kokenakes, 


George & 


Co. 


217-19 


North St. , 


Moshkovitch, 


Wolf 




6 


Salem st . , 


Oxman, 


Bela 




299 


North St., 


Parlagreco, 


Angelo ^ 


Russo 


169 


Endicott St., 


Roxtury Service 


Garage Cc 


). 


10 


Walnut av . , 


Shsunes, 


Louis 




189 


Hanover st . , 


Tekmejian Bros. 






84 


Commercial st., 


Trivisone, 


Giuseppe 




^? 


Sheaf e st . , 


Vassar Fruit Co 


. Inc. 




56 


Commercial st., 


Whitcomb, 


Frank S. 




46 


No. Market st. 



Market, 



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 af Street Commissioners 
disapproved for the reason that stands at these locations would 
interfere with public travel. 



Accittullo, 

Gordon, 

Levison, 



Marciano 

Morris 

Leo 



24 Charter st., 
609 Commercial st., 
307 "A" Blue Hill av. 



Attest 



.c!Jut^-i*\Z^ 



Chief 



9r^ 

Clerk. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COLMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, September 25, 1919 . 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



1399 



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

When the majority of the Police Force in the city of Boston 
abandoned their duties and their positions, leaving the city 
without adequate police protection, citizens from all walks of life 
left their professions, their businesses, their occupations, and 
their studies, and offered themselves as special policemen to protect 
life and property in this city. Every one of them was aware that 
he was placing himself in a position where he would be called upon 
to perform duties arduous, unaccustomed, and dangerous beyond those 
of the patrolmen in normal times. Nevertheless, without hesitation, 
expecting and receiving no recompense, and actuated solely by a 
realization of their duties as citizens, they came to the service of 
the city in its hour of need, and rendered service conspicuous in its 
performance for fidelity and efficiency. 

The Police Commissioner would appreciate the opportunity of 
expressing in person to each of the volunteer patrolmen the deep 
sense of obligation under which he rests, and the gratitude and the 
thanks of the Police Department and of the city of Boston. That 
being impossible, he issues this statement as a General Order which 
is incorporated in the records of this Department, and which will 
remain part of the official record testifying to the loyal service 
of these citizens. The city and the commonwealth both have a 
right to and do feel proud of itz citizen volunteer police, nor will 
either be. ever vmmindful of its obligation to them. 



A contract was made with the New England Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to install in the premises #12 Ernst street, 
residence of Augustine J. Gill, a telephone station connected with 
its Roxbury Exchange with the right of 8? calls per month at the 
rate of #4.25 per month with a discoiint of 33-1/3 per cent. 



1400 



BOSTOl^, THURSDAY, SEPTSLfflER 25, I919 



Contd. 



The application of ITeil McDonald for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties in 
Fraternity Hall located at 660 Centre street, Jamaica Plain, imtil 
August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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

Edward B. Earco et. al - as the Pythian Temple Commissioners, 
Knights of Pythias, IJorth America, South America , Europe, Asia, 
Africa and Australia for the purpose of "buying or otherwise 
acquiring land or buildings, constructing or liaving constructed a 
building or buildings to lease land or building for the benefit of 
the Knights of Pythias, as are consistent with the laws of Massa- 
iChusetts; to be located|at 810 Tremont street. 

I Kenneth C. Macdonald Jr. et al -as the Boston Service Men's 
Athletic and Social Association for organizing an association for 
furthering the interest of and for the benefit of former service 
men of an athletic and social nature; to be located at 3^9 
Washington street. 



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



1905 Hurley, John J. 

561 Morrison, George 

1515 Ryan, Martin A. 

2503 VanLaningham, Clement C. 



79 E. Canton st. , 
8 Edwin St., Brookline, 
^'^ Calumet st . , Roxbury, 
lOb Chester st., B. D. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTELIBER 25, I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Martin A. Ryan for a license #167,798 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 80 Conant street 
Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



1401 



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



Austin, 

Bailey, 

Bishop, 

Brookings, 

Conner, 

Caverly, 

Channell, 

Clarke, 

Ernst, 

Parrovf, 

Gledhill, 

Grover, 

Haff , 



Hosmer, 

Jones, 

Jones, - 

Kim'oall, 

KimTsall , 

Love joy, 

MacKinnon, 

Murphy , 

Nolan, 

O'Brien, 

Paten, 

Reed, 

Robbins, 

Royall, 

Scribner, 

Smith, 

Steinert , 

Valentine, 



Samuel A. 
A. M. 

uathaniel V/. 
Walter P. 
Alexander H. 
Harold 
Lawrence E. 
Peter J. 
Harold C. 
Henry E. 
John 

Joseph I. 
George L. 



85 Norfolk av., Roxbury, 
301 Washington st.,. 
320 North av. , 
161 Devonshire st., 
100 Charles st. , 
109 Pinckney st . , 

9 Sherman st . , 
245 South St., 

8 Greenough av. , J. P., 
112 Byron st. , 
132 Paul Gore st.. 



951 Blue Hill av., 
20 Wesley st., Soraervillc, 
approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Boston & Maine Railroa.d, 



64 Astor st . , 
12 March av. , W. R. , 
155 Sycamore st., Som. , 

40 Court St., 
455 Columbus av. , 

7 Christopher st . , D. D., 
216 High St., 
67 Clifford St., Roxbury, 
10 High St., 
191 Second st. , 

3 Stand ish st., 
131 Harrison av., 

27 Oakdale st. , J. P. , 
463 Massachusetts av., 
- 3o Whittier st., Roxbury, 
08 Summer st . , 
White Star Line, Hoosac Tunnel 

Docks, 
362 Wolcott st . , Auburndale 
approved by A. R. Smith, Ass't Treasurer, 
Commonwealth Trust Company, 



John A. 
Arthur D. 
Prank L. 
Fred M. 
George F. 
Lewis H. 
William W. 
John H. 
David 
John 

Frank P. 
Thomas 
Frank E. 
Joseph 
F. P. 
Arthur R. 
Victor 



Charles E. 



1402 



BOSTON , THURSDAY, SEPTEICBER 25, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Welch, 
Wheeler, 
Wliiteman, 
Wit ham. 



William C. 
Prank L. 
George R. 
Stephen A. 



1201 Morton st . , 
53 Ashford st, 
60 W. Rutland 
10 High St. 



B. D. 



sq. 



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



Bartera , 
Cadden , . 
Ciampa., 
Wilson,, 



John L. 
Bernard 
Antonio 
Herhert 



62 Green st . , 
41 Orleans st., 
244 Cambridge st 
1053 Tremont st. 



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



Campbell, 



Officers. Employers. 

Paschal B. The Woodbourne Co. Agent, 

E. D. Brooks, Ass't Treas., 
281-297 Centre st., 983-997 & 
968-988 Parker street, 1 & 2 St. 
Catherine st., 3-7 & 4-8 Plant av., 
102-108 Bickford st . , 

Harry Rosenberg, Lessee, 
Academy Hall, 

15 Leverett st. , 
H.) Massachusetts General Hospital, 
I Frederic A. Washburn, Agent, 
) Fruit st. opp. No. Grove st . , 
Louis L. Galbraith, Lessee, 
Winthrop Hall Theatre, 
570 Columbia rd., 
Florence Crittenden League of 

Compassion, C. R. Preston, Gen'l 
Sec, 701 Massachusetts av.. 



Ciampa, 


Antonio 


Conner, 
Lee, 
Mott, 
Delap, 


Alexander 
John T. 
Willieim 
Louis J. 


Ellinwood, 


Charles M 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2^, I919 



Contd. 



Special Police Officers Appointed - concluded. 



Officers. 



Employers. 



Gledhill, 

Royall, 

Scribner, 

Kelley, 

Kennealy, 



John 
Joseph 
Frederick P. 
Thomas A 
T. J. 






Pedersen, 

Radcliffe, 

Smith, 



Barber, 
Dionbar, 
Gibson, 



P. L. Hcrton Manufacturing Co., 
F. L. Wheeler, President, 
36 Whittier st., Rox. , 
Gillette Safety Razor Company, 
E. P. v;ard, Ass't Supt., 
47 W. First St. to Dorchester av. 
from comer of Dorchester av. & 
W. First St., to W. Second st.; 
from corner of Dorchester av. & W. 
Second st. to 50 ^7* Second st.; & 
Macallen Building, I35 Dorchester 

av. , 
Ole The Women's City Club of Boston, 

A. Mildred Barber, House Manager, 
40 Beacon st., 
William W. Hallet & Davis Piano Company, 
E. E. Conway, President, 
premises located at 146 Boylston 
St., & Hallet & Davis Factory, 

Hallet-Davis av. ITeponset, 
Clinton F. People's National Bank, 

L. E. Hersey, Cashier, 

114 Dudley St., Roxbury, 
Charles E.) Jesse F. Stevens, The Adjutant 
George M. f General, South Armory, Irving- 
Roy M. ) ton St. 



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



Officers. 



Appointed. 



Testa, 

Thomas, 

Barber, 



Genaro L. 
William 
Charles E. 



September 10, 19 19, 

16, 1919, 

" 25, 1919. 



1402X 



1403 



BOSTOIT. THURSDAY, SEPTEIfflER 2?, I919. Concluded. 



The application of William H. Reed for a Wagon License 
#2397 to locate in front of 3 Chadv/ick street was granted for the 
year ending June 30. 1920. 



The applications of Inspector John P. Mitchell and 
Sergeant Thomas P. Mulrey of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation 
for peraiission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars each from 
the Liherty Mutual Insurance Company, 88 Pearl street, for the 
recovery of a Buick automobile, the property of H. D. Murphy, 
Pollen street, Lexington, which was stolen from the corner of 
Beacon street and Charlesgate East on July 31> current, were 
granted. 



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



Patrol. 
II 

H 



Charles H. Bullock, 
John H. Spratt, 
James S. Norton, 



Div. 4, 7 days, 
•I 12, 39 " 
" 16, 7 " 



I 30.68 

170.92 

30.68 

1^232.28 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending September 25, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



Attest : 



$23,853.06 
618.41 
566.70 
199-4-2 

63.85 
$25,301.44 




Chief Clerk 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, September 26, 1919 • 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Ulisse Cianca et al for a cliarter as 
The William Marcone Italian Club of Readville for promoting the 
welfare of persons who are Italians or of Italian extraction, and 
maintaining a suitable place for social meetings of its members; 
no fixed location. 



1404 



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



2504- Dickerson, Lynard 
1404 Stark, John W. 



83 Hammond ter. 
41 Bromley pk. 



Roxbury, 



The application of Frank Durbin for a license #168,678 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 21 Lonsdale st. 
Dorchester, was granted for the year ending June 3^1 1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hand Cart Licenses were granted for the year ending June 3O1 1920. 



Division 1. 

98 Brunogla, Lorenzo in front of 

92 Marciano, John " " " 

93 Olivieri, Angelo » m » 



10 Mechanic st . 
18 Sheaf e st . , 
211 E'ndicott st. 



1405 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEIIBER 26, I919, 



Contd. 



The application of Max Feingold, l84 Chelsea street, 
East Boston, for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the 
year ending April 30. 1920. 



The application of Harry Eerman, 8 Elmhurst street, for 
a Jvmk Collector's License was rejected. 



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



Bailey, 


Eugene A. 


48 


So. Pairview st . , 


Bartlett , 


Schuyler S. 


40-50 


State St. , 


Bath, 


John H. 


65 


Wyoming av. , 


Blvm, 


Jack 


6 


Colon st ., B. D. , 


Bradford, 


George G. 


14 


Craigie st.. 


Carpenter, 


Orlando L. 


160 


Waverley House, City s 


Conant , 


Charles H. 


28 


State St.,. 


Dal ton, 


Philip S. 


60 


State St., 


Do ran. 


Edward M. 


87 


Milk St., 


Pall, 


Robert H. 


■ 50 


State St., 


Pox, 


Benjajnin 


15 Excliange st . , 


Hansen, 


H. Alfred 


190-192 


Congress st.. 


Harwood, 


Prank V/. 


^3 


Pranklin st., 


Jernegan, 


Elliot C. 


70 


W. Cottage St., 


Kiley, 


Joseph V. 


722 


Columbia rd. , 


Leavitt, 


John E. 


40-50 


State St., 


Love, 


Henry D. Walter Baker & Co. Pierce sq.. 


Lydon, 


Patrick 


57 


Newman st . , 


Ma eke y. 


William E. 


796 


Fourth st . , 


Mann, 


Frederick S. 


435 


Washington st.. Dor., 


Marston, 


Leonard W. 


43 


Chestnut st . , C. D. , 


Mooney, 


Edward W. 


44 


Concord av. , Som. , 


Norton, 


John P. 


240 


Bowdoin st . , Dor., 


Pearson, 


Horace B. 


10 


Monmouth ct.. Brook., 


Rose, 


Adolph T. 


33 


Congress st.. 


Sargent , 


Ralph W. 


68 


Surrey st . , B. D. , 


Smith, 


John D. 


38 


Woodbine st . , Roxbury, 


Stearns, 


L . E > 


16 


Brainerd rd., B. D., 


Stoddard, 


Clayton 


94 


Trenton st. , E. B. , 


Casey, 


Ricliard C. 


34- 


Vineland st . , B. D., 


Wadsworth, 


Stephen P. 


50 


State St., 


Woodtury, 


Roswell Y. 


Pilot's 


Office, Lewis Wharf, 


Yoimg, 


Peter 


294 


Washingtonst. 



sq. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SKPTEMBER 26, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Francis, 

Houston, 

Keloch, 

Lavin, 

Levine, 

Rothwell, 

Saunders, 

Serento, 

Shafran, 

Thompson, 

Walsh, 



M. Alfred 
Joseph W. 
Henry J. 
David T. 
Max 

Frank A. 
Charles L. 
Frank 
Samuel P. 
Earle B. 
George W. 



314 Codman St., Dor., 

27 Holbom St. , 
3 Orange st . , Ros. , 

40 Eutaw St. , E. E. , 

30 Stearns st., Maiden, 

55 Johnswood rd., Ros., 
147-149 Neponset av., 

26 Myrtle st., 

67 Maywood st . , Rox. , 
125 W. Newton st . , 

Id Rawston rd. 



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



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Butler, 


Frank G. &L 


as F. G. Butler & Co. Inc. 


Eartlett, 


Stephen D. ; 


501 Washington st., 


DiPietro, 


Rocco 


7 Lewis St. , 


Maurice, 


Henken 


as Henken Bros. , 
293 Washington st . , 


Kalish, 


Louis 


104 Harrison av. , 


Lincoln, 


Clinton 


10 Coming st., 


O'Donnell, 


James 


628 Broadway, 


Robinson, 


Simon 


as S. Robinson & Company, 
51 Washington st . , 


Talham, 


George F. 


. 1131 Tremont st. , 


Zilen, 


Reuben 


473 Shawm ut av. 



On the application of Jesse F. Stevens, Adjutant General 
of Massachusetts, the following named persons were appointed 
Special Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of the 
South Armory located on Irvington street for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 

Arthur W. Porbush, 
George Kenney. 



1407 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, I919. Concluded. 



On the application of the E. C. Woodman Company by J, S. 
Wilner, Treasurer, Frank H. Montague was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises #2235 V/ashington 
street for the year ending March 31, I92O. 



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



24-021 Casoli, Michele 

24131 

6864 Tucker, Griffin L. 



Division 1. 

in front of 

« H N 



19 Mo. Margin st . , 
2 No. Centre st. 



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



Harris, Maddox & Co. 

I sola, Giuseppe 

Maddox & Given 



Oliveri, 
Rogers, 
Simon, 
Williams, 



Joseph 
Maurice H. 
Aaron 
Joseph A. 



5 Commercial st . , 
2 Custom House st., 
5 Commercial st. & 
Commerce st. 
176 Chelsea st . , 
229 Tremont st., 
1788 Washington st . , 
89 Court st. 



Walter Clapp, appointed September 12, current, appeared and 
made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incvirabent on him as a special police officer. 



Attest: 



Chief Cler: 



%^ 



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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIO/IISSIOIIER. 
29 Pemberton sqiiare. 



Boston, Saturday, September 27, 1919, 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Colonial Club of Dorchester by 
L. C Gleason, Treasurer, for an Amusement License to have musical 
and literary entertainments and dancing parties in the Colonial 
Club Hall located at 22 Regina road, Dorchester, vintil August 1, 
1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Abraham Blander and Sam Greenstein as 
Blander-Greenstein Company for a J\ink Shop Keeper's License at 130 
Hudson street was granted for the year ending April 30» 1920. 



The application of St. Vincent's Band, consisting of ten 

for a Collective 
procession of Joseph 
from 12 m. to 2 p. m. , 



musicians, by John J. 
Musicians' License to 
B. Doherty on Sianday, 
was granted. 

Route: From 5^2 
Dorchester street to 



O'Brien, 165 F street 
accompany the funeral 
September ?8, current 



Dorchester avenue to St. Monica's Church 
Boston street to Upliam's Corner. 



1409 



Jiu^tc. H)_xc.ix/3^ fAo7^. 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2^ , I919. 



Contd, 



The petition of the New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Railroad Company, a railroad corporation having a passenger station 
in this city, praying for the appointment of 



Ambrose, 

Bradbury, 

Butler, 

Carney, 

Cohen , 

Curnane , 

Dennehy, 

Donahue , 

Doyle, 

Gillis, 

Hayes, 

Henchey, 

Henchey, 



James P . 
George J. 
William V. 
Timothy A. 
Samuel 
Jeremiah J. 
Bhillip P. 
Harold J. 
Joseph J. 
Michael J. 
John J. 
Stephen 
Williana J. 



Holmes, 

Jago, 

Lewis, 

Maguire, 

McMahon , 

O'Brien, 

Pfieffer, 

(^uinlan, 

Ruggles, 

Shea, 

Stacy, 

Webster, 

Wessel, 



Howard W. 
Francis W. 
William 
Terrence J. 
Thomas D. 
Cornelius J. 
George 
Timothy J. 
Horatio B. 
John J. 
Prank W. 
Leo P. 
Carl . 



being persons in the employment of said railroad corporation, as 
railroad police officers of and for said corporation, was acted 
upon, and upon said petition the persons named therein, being 
persons in the employment of said corporation, were appointed 
police officers to act as railroad police officers of and for said 
corporation for the purposes and with the powers set forth in Chap- 
ter 4-63 of the Acts of 1906 and Acts in addition thereto andbimendat 
thereof, to hold said office until said appointment is revoked 
according to law. 



ory 



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. 



Britt, 

Chadwick, 

Church , 

Cohen, 

Croft on, 

Dalton, 

Doyle, 

Goldstein, 

Gray, 

Kostick, 

Loomis, 



Edward L. 
Earl R. 
Harold B. 
Leo E. 

Cornelius P, 
John R. 
Henry P. 
H. H. 

Clayton H. 
Solomon 
William P. 



1276 Blue Hill av. , 
14-71 Centre st., Ros., 
122 Tyndale st., Ros., 
6 Arcadia st . , Dor. , 
683 Parker st., Roxbury, 
242 D St., 

12 Surrey st. , 
364 Blue Hill av. , 
825 E. First St. , 
433 Warren st., Roxbury, 
35 Congress st . , 



1410 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2?, I919. 



Contd. 



Revolver Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Mansfield, 

Mance, 

Morris, 

Thresher, 

Williams, 



Edmund R. 
George R. 
Rotert E. 
Avery A. 
Jordan P. 



91 Geneva av. , 

21 Arthur st . , 

503 E. Broadway, 

19 Temple pi., 

9 Gannett st . , 



Rox, 



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



Officers. 



Casey, 

Hastings, 

Connors, 



Giddings, 
Rich, 



Maloney, 

McDaniel 
O'Kearn, 
Rose , 



Jajne s J . 
Charles A. 

John F. 



George W.L 
Malcolm ) 



John £. 



James S. 



Ambrose T. 



Adolph T. 



Employers. 

I Hallet & Davis Piano Company, 
I E. E. Conway, President, 

Hallet & Hilltop sts., Dor., 
Package Confectionery Company, 
H. Merrick, Supt., 
cor. Sixth & U sts., 
Savoy Company, Incorporated, 
George P. Kimtall, Treasurer, 
The Savoy, 
4-51-4-67 Columhus av. , 
Massachusetts Waterways Commission, 

John A. CampTDell, Supt., 
Commonwealth Pier & property under 
the jurisdiction of said commission, 
Schuyler S. Bartlett, Manager, 
Union Safe Deposit Vavilts, 
40-50 State st.. 
The New England Trust Company, 
Roger Pierce, Vice President, 
135 Devonshire st., 
Curtis & Sanger by 
Thomas Motley, 

33 Congress st. 



1411 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEliEER 2?, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



Burgess, 

Carroll, 

Cousins, 

Gray, 

Johnson, 

Kasparian, 

Rich, 

Scopa, 

Vartanian, 



Arthur H. 
Howard 
George B. 
Louis 
Carl J. 
Harry 
William C 
Ralph 
Setrag 



112 Paul Gore st. , 
40 Central st., 

907 Boylston St. , 
25 Warwick st . , 
14 Hallam st . , Dor., 

118 Hamilton st., Dor. 
67 Clarendon st . , 
36 Bromfield st., 
64 Carver st. 



The application of G. Clifton Watts, 407 Old South 
Building, for a copy of his license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in this Commonwealth was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year, ending June 3^1 1920. 



Division 9» 



6865^ 

6866 

6876 

6877 
6878 

6879 
6880 
6881 
6882 



7 Curtis & Pope Lumber Co. 



in front of 26 Reading st. 



1412 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEliBER 27, 1919. Concluded, 



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



Gart, 
Giacoppi, 



Louis & Jack 
Giuseppe 



1342 "A" Blue Hill av., 
cor. Anderson & CaraTaridge 

sts. 



Attest 




Chief Cle' 



1413 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMIISSIOEER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Monday, September 29, 1919' 



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

The records of Saturday last were read and approved. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
Philip H. Burt for the sum of One Hundred Ninety-five (195) Dollars, 
being the amount required to pay him for stenographic services. 
To be charged to the appropriation for the Police Department. 



On information filed by Captain Daniel G. Murphy of 
Division 6 that William N. Gottsman, 24 Buckrainster street, a 
volunteer special policeman, drew a revolver on Charles A. Reardon 
a foreman in the employ of Snow, Coombs & McBeath, 24 Lansdowne 
street, on the twenty-third instant, and cliallenged said Reardon to 
step outside Of the shop to fight him, it is hereby ordered that the 
appointment of the said William N. Gottsman be and hereby is revoked 



The application of the Kossuth Hall Association by Franz 
Konz , President, forpn Amusement License to have musical and 
literary entertainments and dancing parties in Kossuth Hall located 
lat 1095 Tremont street until August 1, I92O, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



1414 



BOSTON, M01vT)Ay, SEPTEMBER 29, I919, 



Contd. 



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

14-15 River st. , 
133 Moreland st . , Roxtury, 
58 Charles st . , 
26 Beale st . , Dor. , 
45 Rutland sq. , 
73 Prentiss st., Camb. 



25?07 


Berry, 


Winfield M 


2506 


Byrnes, 


Henry J. 


66 


Conlon, 


Joseph F. 


2505 


Delorey, 


Joseph A. 


2508 


Fallon, 


John J. 


2509 


Oliver, 


William M. 



The applications of t]:e foiloiring narjied persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending Jxine ^0 , 1920. 



168,693 Berry, Winfield M. 

115,700 Delorey, Joseph A. 

168,685 Lalor, Edmund I. 

165,806 Oliver, William M. 



in 


a garage 
II II 


at 
It 


II 


II II 


H 


n 


II II 


II 



20 Aberdeen st. , 

26 iieale st. , Dor. , 
45 Stanhope st . , 
293 Northampton st. 



The application of Solomon Gordon for a transfer of his 
Pawnbroker's License and license to deal in Second Hand Articles 
from 40-42 Shawmut avenue to 35 Cornhill was rejected. 



The application of Jacob Gelman, 25 Rochester street, for 
a new Junk Collector's Badge was granted. 



1415 



BOSTON, MOIOAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Conmionv/ealth were 
granted for the year ending Hay 31. 1920. 

Caldwell st . , C. D. , 
Webster st., H. P., 
Hxintington av., H. ?. 
Rice St., Brookline, 
Broad st. , 
W. Cedar st . , 
Sycamore st., Ros., 
Codnan st . , D. D. , 
Hiawatlia rd . , 
Dane st., Everett, 
Sawyer av. , D. D. , 
Princeton st., E. B., 
Ga ins"borough st . , 
Long av. , E. D. , 
Caldwell st., C. D., 
V/alter st . , 
Georgia st., Roxbury, 
Clarernont pk. , 
Green st . , C. D. , 
Tremont st . , 
Eliot St., J. P. 



Ashworth, . 


Sutcliffe 


12 


Baxter, 


Edward H. 


■ 19 


Chalmers, 


George 


. 416 


Duffy, 


Charles E. 


14 


English, 


Cliarles 3. 


88 


Kensvvil, 


Henry A. 


62 


MacLauglilin, 


Charles E. 


111 


McDermott, 


Thomas 


279 


McDonnell, 


Edward J. Jr. 


32 


Meehan, 


George 


8 


Miller, 


Ernest L. 


11 


Morrison, 


William R. 


80 


Newcomb, 


Charles W. 


109 


Pate, 


Edward C. 


10 


Pitkin, 


William W. 


12 


Smith, 


Roger L. 


• 7 


Townsend, 


Ernest S. 


.43 


VanTassell, 


Stanley J. 


18 


Wilson, 


William P. 


76 


Bunce, 


Silas H. 


247 


Parker, 


James P. 


25 



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



Berigan, 

Gagnon, 

Gibson, 

Leonard, 

Merlino, 

Vadal i , 



Edward P. 
Rosario H. 
Aubrey G. 
Milton P. 
Louis 
Giuseppe 



3 Clarkson st., Dor., 
94 St. Botolph st. , 
105 Hammond st. , 
105 Peterboro st., 
76 Orient av., E. B. , 
49 So. Margin st. 



1416 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTELfflER 29, I919. 



Contd. 



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



Officers. 



Anderson, 
Driscoll, 

Maguire, 
Montiero, 



Newcomb, 



Frederick J. 
William L. 1 
Hugh J. 
Tony P. 



Charles W. 



Employers. 

I Jesse F. Stevens, Adjutant 
General, Massachusetts, East 
Armory, East Newton st., 
International Glue Company, 
Horace J. Baum, General Mgr., 
325 Marginal st. , 
Albert Geeger Jr., 

75-115 Gainsboro st., 114-120 
Hemenway st. Sc 74- Batavia st. 



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



Officers. 



Appointed. 



Hacker, 

MacKay , 
Hobson, 



Albert J. 
George A. 
Robert E. 



September 9, I919, 

10, 1919, 

" 11, 1919. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Matthew J. 
Dailey of Division 1 against Patrolman Austin G. Durham of Division 
I 1 for violation of Rule 25 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit:- 

NEGLECT OP DUTY: 

Specification #1. In that on August 22, 1919 » said 
Patrolman Austin G. Durham was absent from his post on 
Causeway street, at Portland street, for a period of sixty 
minutes, i.e. from 11.55 A. M. to 12.57 P. M. 

Specification #2; In that when asked by the Commander 
of the division, where he had been and why he was not at 
his post, said Patrolman Durhara replied tiiat he was around 
there and offered no other explanation and, when asked for 
a written report, stated in such report, that he was in the 
North Station watching two men who were acting in a 
suspicious manner. 



1417 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919. 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman Durhara - concluded. 

It appeared that a hearing was called before a Trial 
Board, consisting of Captains Thomas C. Evans, -Richard Fitzgerald 
and James F. Hickey, on the twenty-eighth day of August, current, 
after due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Durham by 
giving him a true copy of the complaint, and that it was continued 
from time to time until the twenty-sixth day of September, current. 
On account of Patrolman Durham going out on strike the date of 
hearing was cancelled. 



The following correspondence relating to the fund for 
the loyal policemen was ordered to be recorded :- 

36 Temple Place Boston, Mass., 

September 26th, 1919* 

Edwin U. Curtis, Esq., 
Police Commissioner, 

Dear Mr. Curt is: - 

The Trustees of the so-called "Police Fund" are to have a 
meeting on September 29th at one o'clock at their headquarters, 
Room 128, No. 18 Tremont St. If you are ready to discuss what 
allowance should be made to the loyal police, can you meet with us, 
or would you prefer that we should come to your office? We 
shall probably be in session for an hour or so. 

I If you are not ready to discuss the question, the matter could 
be postponed. 

Very truly yours, 

HENRY PARKJiAN 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTSIIBER 29. I919. 



Continued, 



Correspondence concerning "Fund for Loyal Police" - concluded. 



Septemlaer 27, I919. 



Dear Mr. Parkman:- 

Yours of the 26th received, 
reconmendation in regard to the 1 
think, after reading this letter, 
more fully, I wish you would come 
that it would be almost irapossibl 
Street. If, hov/ever, you could 
say a quarter past two or two o'c 
me. I trust you appreciate that 
moment, I would not think of aski 
going to you, as under ordinary c 



1418 



I am sending 

oyal police off 

it is wise to 

to my office, 

e for me to go 

come over here 

lock, it would 

if I were not 

ng you to come 

ircumstances. 



to you today my 
icers. If you 
discuss the matter 
as I am so tied up 
down to 18 Tremont 
after your meeting, 
be very agreeable to 
occupied every 
to me instead of my 



Very truly yours, 



Henry Parkman, Esq. 
Boston, Mass. 



E. U. CURTIS 

Police Commissioner. 



September 27, I919. 



Henry Parkman, Esq., 

Provident Institution for Savings, 

Boston, Mass. , 

Dear Mr. Parkman :- 

Enclosed you will find a list of the police force who remained 
on duty while their fellow-patrolmen abandoned theirs. This list 
may be supplemented by some few additions as there are some few, 
very few, cases that require investigation. 

My suggestion to you and your committee is that the same 
amount be given to each member of the force regardless of rank, for 
the reason that the special services they rendered, and which you 
desire to recompense, was without distinction of rank and equally 
arduous and dangerous. I respectfully suggest the payment of two 
hundred (200) Dollars to each individual. 

Very truly yours, 

E. U. CURTIS 

Police Coraiaissioner 
for the City of Boston. 



1419 



BOSTON, MONDAY, SEPTELffiER 29, 1919- 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolman John H. Brown of Division 11, three days, commencing 
September 27, current, on account of the death of his mother. 

Patrolman Thomas J. Casby of Division 13, thirty days, commenc- 
ing September 2^, current, to regain his health at the Rutland 
State Sanatorivim. 



Attest : 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIJIvIISSIOlffiR 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, September 30,1919 



1420 



Police C-ommissioner 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 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year end inti key 31 , 1920; 



Gradone, 



Luther 
Torrance, 



Arthur E. 52 Green Street 

approved by U. Seretto, President, Hotel 

Verdi , Inc. , 
Willard E. 10 State St., 
Edmund S. 14 No. Munroe ter. 



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



Deuschle 
Jensen, 



Louie H. 
James F, 



39 Montebello rd., J.P, 
70 Bennington st. 



The application of Matthes Express for two Wagon Licenses 
#6869 and 6670 to locate in front of 73 Beach Street was granted 
for the year ending June 3c, I92C. 



1421 



BOBTON, TUESDAY, SEPTElffiER 30, I919. 



Contd. 



Patrolman Thomas S. J. Kavanagh who was granted leave of 
absence for an indefinite period, commencing August 22, I917, to 
enter the United States Array, having received an honorable 
discharge therefrom, returned to duty at Station 1 at 1 '.^^ A. M. 
September 3C, iyi9. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Itinerant Musicians' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
August 31, 1920. 



Alsipiedi, 


Antonio 


144 


Argenzio, 


Erailio 


208 


Beatrice, 


Marti no 


37 


Branch i. 


Enrico 


420 


Carmine, 


Calaluoa 


3 


Carline, 


Max 


45 


Cianciarullo, 


Nicola 


62 


Cianciarullo, 


Pietro 


62 


Guozzo, 


Antonetta 


21 


Cuozzo, 


Antonio 


21 


Guozzo, 


Caitana 


21 


Cuozzo, 


Pasqualina 


21 


Ferino 


Cyidio 


416 


Frangioli , 


Gabriele 


21 


Gianoni , 


Peter 


2 


Grosae, 


Michele 


49 


Gugkieliai , 


Frank 


100 


lorio. 


Domini ck 


16 


Johnson, 


Frank 


6 


Leone, 


Andrea 


172 


Marcione, 


Angel 


10 


Mastrogiacomo 


.Venonzio 


39 


Matanso, 


Marco 


21 


Morelli, 


Giovanni 


12 


Morelli, 


Orazio 


12 


Morliali, 


Luigi 


144 


Ken, 


Hosina 


420 


Persichino, 


Antonia 


12 



North St. 
Maverick St. 
Orleans St., E.B. 
Commercial St., 
Grant St. 
Sherman St. 
Emerald St. , 
Emerald St. 
Henchman St. 
Henchman St. 
Henchman St. 
Henchman St. 
Hanover St. 
Henchman St, 
Board Alley 
Garter St. , rear 
Marginal '?.t. 
Frankfort St., 'i.B. 
Hinghaci St. 
lylaverick St., E.B. 
Langdon St. 
Tileston St. 
Henchman St. 
Qreenough Lane 
Greenuugh Lane 
North St. 
Commercial St. 
Greenough Lane 



French Organ 
Street Piano 
Hand Organ 
Street Piano 
Street Organ 
Street Piano 
Violin 
Harp 

Street Piano 
Street piano 
Street Piano 
Street Piano 
Street Piano 
Street Piano 
Hand Organ 
Street Piano 
Flute 

Street Piano 
Guitar 
Violin 
Hand Organ 
AcG ordeon 
Street piano 
Street Piano 
Street Piano 
Hand Or^n 
Street Piano 
Street Piano 



1422 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1919 • Concluded 



.inerant Musicians' Licenses 


Granted - concluded. 




Persichino, 


Marino 


12 


Greenough Lane 


Street Piano 


Persichino, 


Mary 


12 


Greenough Lane 


Street Piano 


Petruchi, 


Maria 


46c 


Hanover St. 


Street Piano 


Pettiglio, 


Antonio 


30 


Winship St. 


Street Organ 


Pighi, 


Antonio 


137 


Endicott St. 


Hand Organ 


Pocita, 


Domenico 


421 


Commercial St. 


Street Piano 


Politokis, 


Frederick 




Warren ton PI. 


Hand organ 


Raffi, 


C^iristopher 


11 


Cooper St. 


Hand urgan 


Silano 


N-i cola 


140 


Putnam St. , E.B. 


Hand Organ 


Silano, 


Raffaele 


140 


Putnam St. ,S.B. 


Hand Organ 


Soave, 


Giovanni 


21 


Henchman St. 


Street Piano 


Soioreuzo, 


Vincenzo 


142 


Putnam St.,E.B. 


Street Piano 


Taylor 


George F. 


7b 


Millet St. 


Accordeon 


Thornpaoa, 


George V/. 


85 


Warren St. , CD. 


Banjo 


Tomasao, 


Prancesca 


420 


Commercial St. , 


Street Piano 


Tomasso, 


Salvatore 


420 


Gonunercial St. 


Street piano 


Vettraino, 


Angela 


541 


Hanover St. 


Street Piano 


Vettraino, 


Filippo 


109 


Charter St. 


Street Piano 


Vettraino 


Francesco 


541 


Hanover St. 


Street Piano 


Vettraino, 


Eicola 


541 


Hanover &t. , 


Street Piano 


Yolante, 


Antonio 


24 


kead St. , Bri. 


Street Organ 


Winston, 


Clarence L. 


131 


Lenox St. 


Guitar & Piano 



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