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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. November (pp.1538-1647)."

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1538 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COlUnSSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, November 1, 1919. 



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



approved. 



The records of Thursday and Friday last were read and 



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

101 st Infantry Band, consisting of twelve musicians, by James 
J. Coughlin, 381 K street, - to parade in an auto truck, to 
announce John J. Murphy as a candidate for the Senate, on Saturday, 
November 1, current, from 7*30 "to 10. 30 p. ra., and Monday, 
November 3. current, from 7-30 to 10. 30 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets of Wards 9, 10 and 11. Granted on 
condition that the truck carrying the band is to be kept moving. 

D'Avino's Band, consisting of twenty-five musicians, by Daniel 
A. MacKay, 333 Kimball Building, - to parade with the Republican 
League of Massachusetts on Saturday, November 1, current, from 7*30 
to 10.30 p. m. 

Route: Principal streets throughout the city of Boston. 

Commonwealth Band, consisting of thirty musicians, by Edward 
F. Tracy, 21 Lambert avenue, - to play at a Republican Rally in 
front of Faneuil Hall on Monday, November 3» current, at 11. 30 
a. m. 



The application of Frank G. Wright, 107 Neponset avenue, 
Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31» 1920. 



1539 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEIffiER 1. I919. 



Concluded. 



The application of Joseph W. Houston, 27 Holborn street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
which was rejected on September 26, current, yr&a reconsidered and 
granted for the year ending May ^1, I92O. 



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



6909 Vose, John 



Division 5» 

in front of 412 Albany st. 

Division 9* 
6897 Cooley & Hardy in front of 16 Maywood st. 

Division I3. 
6906 Ewert & Stevens in front of 103 Call st., J. P. 



Attest; 




Chief 



1540 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Monday, November 3. 1919 • 



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

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 resignation of Patrolman Oscar J. Lavoie of Division 
16 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Monday, November 3, I919, at 5* 4-5 P« M. 



Thomas Murray was employed as a janitor at Station 3.0 
with pay at the rate of Eleven Himdred (HOC) Dollars per annum, 
commencing November 3i current. 



The application of the Becker Athletic Club by C. Fred 
Townsend, President, for an Amusement License to have musical and 
literary entertainments and dancing parties in Magnolia Hall 
located at II76 River street until August 1, I92O, was forwarded to 
His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Francis J. Walsh, 31 Sharon street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2537 was granted for the 
year ending Jvme 30. 1920. 



1541 



BOSTON, MO^TDAY, N0VE1£BSR 3, 1919. 



Contd. 






The application of John Langone for a license #174,506 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at II9 Portland 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Harry Rappoport, 17 Browning av. 
for a Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



The application of Burmon & Bolonsky Inc., for a Junk 
Shop Keeper's License at 20 Brighton st. was rejected. 



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

Faneuil st., Brighton 

Prince st. 

American Ry. Express Co. 

Army Supply Base, S.B. 

Sutherland rd. 

Dudley st. , Rox. 

Commercial st, 

North st, 

Boston & Maine R.R. 

Summer st. 

American Ry. Express co. 



Aronson 


Morris 


34-8 


Cantella 


Michele 


92 


Cros"by 


Wm. E. 




Estes 


Horton 




Greene 


P. Robert 


412 


Holt 


Harry H. 


204 


Marco 


Gaetano La 


207 


Marciello 


Antonio 


271 


McD enough 


Wm. P. 




Moore 


Nathaniel L. 


95 


Moshillo 


John 





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



Chiaramonte 

Mohanna 

Weiss 



Nicolo 

Abraham 

Frank 



448 Dudley st., Rox. 
60 K St. 
40 Kneeland st. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMEER 3, 1919 ^ 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for licenses 
to deal in second hand articles were granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



1542 



Casso 
Cohen 



David 
Samuel 



411 Marlboro st. 
123 Eliot St. 



The applications of the following named persons for licenses 
to deal in second hand articles were rejected:- 



Goldberg 
Stone 



Phillip 
David P. 



4-1 Porter st., E. E. 
181 Tremont st., Room 8 



On the application of the Boston & Maine Railroad by J. ""i. 
Tyter, General Superintendent, the following named persons were 
appointed Special Police Officers for duty in and about the prem- 
ises of said railroad located in the city of Boston, for the 
year ending March 31» 1920. 

Sab in H. At he rt on 

William J. Leonard 

Carl T. Nordberg 

On the application of the Walter W. Lowney Co. by A* W. Hol- 
land, General Supt., Joseph Brook was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises #427-447 Commercial 
St.,, 480-490 Hanover st. for the year ending March 31, .1920. 

On the application of Powers -S: Walker by James P. Powers, 
William J. Brown was appointed a Special Police Officer for 
duty in and about the premises of the Congress Hall Theatre lo- 
cated at 220 Broadway, for the year ending March 3I, I92O. 



The following named persons appeared and made oath to faith- 
fully, and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on them 

as special police officers. 

Appointed 

William J- Brown November 3, 1919 

Ednundlo yn ihan October 31, 1919 

Connolly. Patrick M. « 29, 1919. 



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1543 



BOSTON, MOIIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1919. 



Contd, 



On the application of the Boston Elevated Railway Co. 
Toy James Smith, Supt. of Transportation, licenses were granted 
to the following named persjns as conductors and motormen 
in the employ of said company. 



No. 2684 


Ache son 


Ernest Y. 


Conductor 


4098 


Flannagan 


Thos. J. 


ti 


083 


Hayes 


Timothy J. 


It 


4003 


Hill 


George B. 


11 


0108 


Howland 


Charles E. 


•1 


0101 


McGillicuddy 


Edw. J. 


n 


071 


McGreehan 


James 


n 


017 


Milligan 


Percy E. 


n 


0112 


Mongan 


Charles J. 


M 


2850 


Murphy 


Patrick J. 


n 


3402 


Olsen 


Wilfred P. 


H 


1102 


Simpson 


Wm. R. 


H 


0295 


Collins 


Edward 


Motorman 


0297 


Hayes 


Frank D. 


N 


0261 


Mattair 


Walter M. 


n 


3003 


Riley 


William P. 


It 



The application of Parsons & Miller for a Wagon License 
#6910 to locate in front of 127 Providence st., was granted for 
the year ending June 2,0, 1920. 



.The application of Patrolman Patrick J. Monahan of Divi- 
sion 16 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing 
November 3, current, on account of the death of his sister-in- 
law was granted without pay. 



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



Aicardi James 

Isola Ered 

Kontos & Kysiahon 



467 Broadway 
244 Atlantic ave. 
21 Richmond st. 



1544 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVELlBER 3, 1919. 



Concluded, 



The application of David Plotnick for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 24 Faneuil Hall square was 
returned to the Board of Street Conunissioners disapproved for the 
reason that a stand at this location would interfere with putlic 
travel. 



A Used Car Dealer's License was granted to each of the 
following persons for the year ending Decemter 31 » 1919 • 



CLASS ONE 

Jirederick J. Caldwell Inc. 

F. J. Caldwell, President^ 
Chandlers Motors of N. E. 

Ralph B. Nettleton, Pres. 
Paige-Detroit Co. of N.E.l 

Henry Krolin, Pres. ) 
Sandow Motor Truck Co. of N 

M. F. Darley, Pres. 
Utterback Gleason Co., Inc. L 



.E.}^ 



John G. Uttertack 



1043-1045 Com. ave, 
714 Beacon st. 
532 Com. ave. 
1-3 Brighton ave. 
793 Boylston st. 



CLASS TWO 






Adams Alexander 

Blackstone Used Car Co. 

Benjamin Garfink 
Central Garage L 

Abraham H. Marks } 
Hoagland Clarence W. 
South End Garage, Inc. ]^ 

Edward J. Doherty.Pres. ) 
Stanhope Auto & Machine Co.L 

J. Frai:ik Grieg, Pres. J 



160 Charles .st. 

116 V7. Brookline st. 

1215 Hyde Park ave. 

55-57 Bickerstaff st. 
18-22 E. Concord st. 

35 Stanhope st. 



CLASS THREE 



■tirewster Motor Renting Co. 
Joseph F. Brewster 

Attest : 



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70 Linden Park, Rox. 



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1545 



0P7IGS,0F THE POLICE COm.II SSI ONER 
29 Pemterton square 



Boston, Tuesday, November 4, 1919* 



Police Conmissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business. 



The application of Hugh Payne for an Amusement License 
to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing parties 
in Garden Dansant Hall located at 138 Brighton av. iintil August 
1, 1920 was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



The application of Knuth 0. Morck , 1^5 Massachusetts 
ave., for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2019 was granted 
for the year ending Jvine 30 . 1920. 



The application of Knuth 0. Morck for a license #172,66? 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at ^7 Bicker- 
staff St. was granted for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Tirk & Warner for a transfer of 
their license #02132C to set up and use a Hackney Carriage 
from a garage at II9 Portland st to a garage at 21 Hawkins st. 
was granted. 



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

General Diaz Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Gen 
eroso Rossi, 353 Hanover st. to accompany a funeral procession on 
Wednesday, November 5. current, at 1 p. m. 

Route: From 10 Noyes pi. thence via Salem st. to Prince, 
Hanover and Richmond sts. North sq. , Moon, Fleet, North, Battery, 
Hanover, Charter and Salem sts. to Prince st. 



1546 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVElffiER 4, 1919 • 



Contd, 



Katherine Pield, Brockton, to operate a calliope in an auto 
truck, to solicit funds for the Red Cross, any week day from 
Tuesday, November 4, until Tuesday, November 11, 1919 i from 9 a.m. 
to 7 P« 11. 

Route: Principal streets of the City. 



The application of Samuel B. Brown, 2-^ Pqrk sq. for a 
license to. carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 31 » 1920. 



On the application of Leo J. Murphy, District Plant Pro- 
tection Agent, Air Service, Michael H. Kennedy was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
Emerson & Norris Government Storehouse, located on North Beacon st 
for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On his own application George S. Harding, Lessee, was 
appointed a special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises #400 Market st., B. D. for the year ending March 31, 1920 



On the application of the Citizens National Bank by H, 
P. Newhall, Ass't Cashier, Herbert ?. Hixson was appointed a Spec- 
ial Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #179 Summer 
street for the year ending ilarch 31 • 1920. 



The following named person appointed November 4, current 
appeared and made oath to faithfvilly and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as special police officer. 

Herbert P. Hixson. 



Sa^ov. 4. 



1547 



BOSTON , TUESDAY, NOVEltBER 4, I919 



Concluded 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Cominon- 
wealth on the application of Charles J. IcCarty Jr. et al. for a 
charter as the Suffolk Social and Athletic Association for the pur 
pose of promoting general athletics, maintenance of a gyiunasivm, 
reading room and place of social meetings, no fixed location. 



A Used Car Dealer's License was granted to each of the 
following persons for the year ending December 31. 1919* 



CLASS ONE 

Intercontinental Truck Corp. 

B. Crohan, Pres. 
RepuDlic Truck Co. of Boston 

Geo. A. Patten, Pres. 
Bryant G. Smith & Sons Co. ) 

Bryant G. Smith, Pres. J 

CLASS TWO 



Charlestown Auto Stat 
John E. Harding 



ion ) 



4-6 St.Botolph St. 
33 Brookline ave. 
661 Beacon st. 

408 Main st. , C. D. 



CLASS THREE 



Hercules Electric Charging Station Co.L 25 Blue Hill ave. 
Charles W. Crowley, Pres. J 



Attest: 




1548 



OP?iaS OF THE POLICE COMaSSIONER 
29 Pemberton square 



Boston, Wednesday, November ?» 1919« 



Police Conmiissioner Curtis was at his office today and transacted 
the following business. 

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



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



Tlie ~ " t^-rr.axas>6. p^reone are liereby ap-pointed I>a-trolrar 

,. Noveirbar ^. IQI'5. at -\cl-\r, "^-jlock, A. M, , 
they axe assigned as follows 



take effect, v- 



Pa. r.orm.ey 

Hei'L-ti-i P. McGettrlck 
Hjalmax L. Engberg 
Arthur N. Davis 
Ha: ^ n B, %and 

Ch: . L, Hall 

J v.cob Orosbsrg 
^■-'nxi R, Grimley 
?■•' <5«ph M, Syron 

•m 0, Campbell 
- ■. ,,,, ■■■■lin J, Hodgklnsoa 
Frederick Cos-ter 
.Srochiiu Gcldberg 
jciiii B, Smith 
JEdward E, Butlsr 
William S, Gould 
Howard J, Pitts 
Carl V. Wedell 
Bugene. J» Sulliyan 
Walter J, Lutz 
iUohael F. 0»Brl®Ti 
I-Ianry F, Rush 
^ohn L. McCoy 



Lester UL Brackley 
Wilfred ?. Boudreau 
William J, BurlC;=> 
'iarry K, Bitj 



to the\ffioe 
»f ths Su.p«r in- 
tend ent 

15 



Varnum J, Abbstt 
Prancis J. McCarthy 
James Lane 

John J, Coughlan, Jr. 
Prank B, O'Reilly 
Salter Roback 
iiiohael Kaczka 
Lasrrence P. Cronin 
John r. H, Van Liox 
Qeorge J, Burridge 
James F, .Oimneen 
Talter B. Goodman 
Jrank J, Jeriy 
ftofus S, Caxter 
Balden P. Knight 
John Marshall 
Alfred H. .Perkina 
John. J, Gilmore 
.feuperfc So PsLTker 
jDennis P, Dervan , 
feaymond J, McDonald 
Arthur X, Prescott 
Thomas W, Hurat 
iS^ajik R, Ham 



1^-5 seph J, 
Clharles "" 



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1549 

BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOV^^IiffiER 5, 1919 . Contd. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission for the 
names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the position of Clerk with 
pay at the rate of §700 per annum. 



The application of Hugo Timpel for a special 
stand for his hackney carriage License #26124 in front of 9 Harrison av. , 
was granted. 



The Superintendent of Police wasjdirected to promulgate the follow- 
ing to the Department by General Order: - 

The resignation oi Patrolman Miohaiel SperouTfslce of Division 3 

HPb«n presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effeKrt Te<i»«Pday, 

imn. r-LV. "-AST A... 7Z- 



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

Aleppo Temple Drum Corps, consisting of sixty musicians, by Pred 
E. Bolton, 26 Dunreath st., to parade with the Aleppo Temple"Shriner3" on 
Friday, November 7. current, at 6.15 P- ^' 

Route: -^'rom Mechanics' Building to Huntington ave and Boylston st 
to the Hotel Touraine; countermarch over the same route. 

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover st., to accompany a funeral procession on Wednesday, 
November 5» current, from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Route: From 330 North st. to Battery, Hanover, Prince sts., North 
sq. , North, Clark, Hanover, Charter, Salem, Prince and Hanover sts. to 
Scollay sq. 



1S50 



BOSTON, VffiDlJESDAY, NOVEKBER 5, 1919 . 



Contd. 



The application of Samuel Priman, 46 V/ildwood st. for a 
new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



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



Gyger, 
Hamilton 



Pearle R. 
Charles E. 



11 Idlewild St. 
8 Cumberland st, 



The application of Edward J. Hurley for a license for 
the storage and salejof merchandise at 1973 Beacon st. was re- 
turned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



Carl T. Nordherg and Joseph Brook, appointed November 3, 
current, appeared and made oath to faithfiilly and impartially 
perform all the duties incumbent upon them as special police of- 
ficers. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Used Car Dealer's Licenses were rejected: 



CLASS TY/.0 



Baker 




"Rdward L. 


Brewster 




James 


Doyle 




Fred W. 


Grover 




Arthur R. 


Johnston & Wheeler • ]L 


Charles J. 


John 


son Jr.; 


I. E. Levine 


Co. 


I 


Israel E. 


Levine f 


Metropolitan 


iJsed 


Car eo.L 
res. f 


Barney Cohen, P 


D. Bruce Mye 


rs Co 


. I 


D. Bruce IT 


yers 


f 


Neilsen 




Frederick 


Segal 




Nathan 


Silverman 




John J. 


Volenta 




Antonio 


V/eidner 




Ernest A. 



126 Massachusetts ave. 

6 Glenville Ter. Allston 

223 Preeport st. 

171 Huntington av. 

Fordham rd. , Allston 

36 Columbus ave. 

16-18 Columbus av. 

107 Massachusetts av. 

15 Verdun st., Dor. 

298 No. Harvard st., Alls. 

1926 Columbus av. 

298 No. Harvard st. , alls. 

293 Northajnpton st. 



1551 



BOSTON, IIKEDEESDAY, NOVElffiER 5, 1919. Concluded, 



CLASS THKEE 



Reynolds & Foster 

Edward A. LI. Reynolds 



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93 Roxbury st, 



Attest: 



Chief Cle^J) 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIfllflSSIOEER 
29 Pemterton square 



Boston, Thursday, November 6, 1919. 



Police Conmiissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business. 

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



1552 



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



254-0 Hughes 

2538 Martin 

2539 Phillips 



Edward 
Almon E. 
Edward W. 



44a Joy st. 
56 V/estland av. 
69 Cross St. .Maiden 



The application of Henry T. Dorney, 82 South Huntington 
av. for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #324 was 
granted. 



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

171,517 Brayton Gordon R. In front of IO68 Eoylstun st. 

n i ght 3 
173,930 Hughes, Edward Garage 119 Portland st. 



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



Davidoff 
Shore 



Samuel 
Harry D. 



323 Tremont st. 
121 Hanover st, 



1553 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEHTBER 6, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



No. 



1540 


Gruhn 


Paul H. 


Conductor 


1493 


Beard 


Charles W. 


n 


3473 


Baker 


H. 


0. 


H 


4577 


Lyd stone 


P. 


H. 


II 


4556 


Allard 


D. 




II 


4536 


Bryant 


A. 


P. 


II 


4401 


Lipton 


J. 




II 


0205 


Isterg 


Arthur L. 


II 


GI9O 


Delorey 


Leo A, 


H 


1214 


Sheldon 


George W. 


II 


1105 


Pierce 


Harold E. 


II 


1891 


Conley 


Francis E. 


II 


1169- 


Goodale 


Ellsworth 


II 


1557 


Hout 


Edward G. 


II 


1390 


Beaman 


•Alden A. 


II 


1137 


Dunhan 


Ar 


Lei 


II 


1555 


Tully 


James W. 


II 


1551 


Byrne 


George D. 


II 


1413 


Desmond 


Jos 


seph S. 


II 


1699 


Wilhelm 


Prank J. 


n 


1515 


Tower 


James P. 


If 


1577 


White 


Thomas J. 


II 


1324 


DuVerger 


Frederic B. 


n 


3545 


Hunt 


J. 


W. 


II 


3542 


Graham 


G. 


D. 


II 


3560 


Kemp 


W. 


G. 


n 


3323 


Vickary 


E. 


R. 


n 


4271 


Lyd on 


G. 


H. 


II 


4532 


Cashin 


A. 




n 


4269 


Bab cock 


W. 


T. 


n 


4527 


B Ian chard 


E. 


E. 


n 


4034 


Kurd. 


N. 


G. 


II 


4529 


Rice 


P. 




11 


4103 


Sullivan 


A. 




n 


4244 


Holland 


E. 


P. 


II 


4245 


Ba ckman 


P. 


E. 


II 


2731 


Kennedy 


J. 




n 


2680 


Dunham 


G. 


R. S. 


II 


2133 


McLIannion 


T 


• 


11 


1752 


Frye 


Henry J. 


II 


3571 


Brisgelsky A 


» 


n 


3367 


Pelletier 


A 


. J. 


w 


3536 ■ 


Snow- 


A 


. S. 


n 


2895 


Brooks 


A 


. J. 


If 



1554 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMEER 6, I919. 



Contd. 



Boston Elsrvated Ry, Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



So. 2524 


Sloan 


J. 


H. 


Conductor 


2867 


Venuti 


T. 




II 


2903 


Lee 


R. 


H. 


II 


2866 


Hachey 


W. 


L. 


n 


2582 


Firston 


C. 


H. 


If 


2616 


Goiild 


H. 




II 


2250 


Sutherland 


H. 


J. 


n 


2662 


Remlinger 


F. 


W. 


n 


2603 


Meekin 


J. 


J. 


II 


2661 


Murphy 


J. 


E. 


II 


2523 


Fletcher 


C. 


W. 


•1 


2625 


Byrnes 


P. 


A. 


M 


2360 


Holland 


G. 


H. 


II 


2388 


Spinney 


A. 


L. 


n 


2313 


Harrison 


P. 


c. 


n 


2897 


Woodward 


A. 


M. 


n 


2896 


Eausch 


F. 


A. 


It 


2894 


Clark 


. J. 


A. H. 


If 


2892 


Daly 


C. 


E. 


M 


2882 


Dinnuce 


A. 




n 


2289 


McDonald 


G. 


J. 


N 


2620 


Walsh 


E. 


H. 


II 


2402 


McDemiott 


D. 




H 


4510 


Murray 


E. 


G. 


N 


4520 


McElroy 


F. 


P. 


W 


4332 


Theriault 


J. 


B. 


II 


4330 


Reardon 


J. 


J. 


n 


2317 


Griffin 


M. 


W. 


n 


1765 


McDonough 


A. 


J. 


H 


1741 


Glover 


Wm 


. E. 


n 


3275 


Narcuddi 


L. 




N 


3104 


Gurry 


J. 


B. 


n 


3347 


Roxby 


F. 


A. 


H 


3^54 


Maskell 


H. 


J. 


II 


3400 


McGurin 


R. 


A. 


N 


3230 


Livingston 


A. 


L. 


n 


3155 


Eelson 


A. 


L. 


II 


3222 


Jerrior 


L. 


E. 


It 


3219 


Casali 


J. 


M. 


It 


3056 


Cardosa 


M. 


E. Jr. 


It 


3192 


Kelley 


T. 


A. 


H 


3043 


Whalen 


R. 


W. 


H 


3530 


Astley 


F. 


■H. 


It 


35^1 


Miller 


L. 


M. 


It 


3594 


Doherty 


S. 


H. 


It 


3207 


Lee 


0. 


B. 


tt 


813 


Potter 


H. 


E. 


N 



1555 



BOSTOIJ, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919- 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Railway Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



No. 3038 


Glenn on 


T. 


F. 


Conductor 


4304 


Doucette 


C. 


H. 


n 


4373 


Janes 


H. 


V. • 


H 


4395 


Koschwitz 


J. 


0. 


n 


4412 


Willis 


G. 


B. 


n 


4171 


Swasey 


W. 


R. 


II 


4298 


Hodgkins 


w. 


M. 


tt 


4457 


Stover 


R. 


E. 


N 


4140 


McKenna 


W. 


B. 


n 


4229 


Marcille 


A. 


. 


n 


4134 


Bud row 


H. 


H. 


n 


4321 


Cohen 


B. 


P. 


n 


4107 


McNulty 


F. 


J. 


n 


4315 


Pero 


H. 


P. 


11 


4328 


Fitts 


J. 


M. • 


Motorman 


1721 


Curley 


ThOB. H. 


M 


1720 


Fraser 


Rodney 


H 


1636 


Healey 


Thos. J. 


H 


1201 


Ensko 


Michael F. 


H 


1176 


Murray 


James B. 


n 


1557 


Healey 


Mi 


chael J. 


II 


1516 


Ri chman 


Saul F. 


N 


1283 


Ingalls 


Charles F. 


M 


1098 


Vance 


John A. 


II 


1072 


Droukas 


James V, 


H 


1328 


Merithew 


Pe 


rley A. 


n 


1514 


Ward 


Bartholomew 


N 


1534 


Sullivan 


Michael 


It 


1497 


Murray 


Dennie E. 


M 


1321 


Guilfoyle 


John 


n 


1175 


Rich 


Walter G. 


It 


1174 


Pfeifer 


Frederick 


•1 


1033 


Lavin 


Thomas J. 


It 


1244 


Hayes 


Michael 


It 


1024 


Mann 


Charles E. 


It 


1490 


Slattery 


Michael J. 


tt 


2064 


Ros check 


A. 




It 


2711 


Drake 


B. 


A. 


11 


3184 


Cowhig 


F. 


X. - 


II 


4464 


O'Brien 


J. 


J. 


II 


4002 


MacDonald 


. A. 


M. 


It 


4291 


Ladd 


W. 


E. 


It 


4470 


Dodge 


A. 


X. . 


It 


4467 


Hatdiman 


M. 


J>. 


It 



1556 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919. 



Boston Elevated Railway Licenses Cancelled - contd. 



Nc. 



Contd. 



3075 


Preston 


E. 




Motorman 


4307 


Hamilton 


C. 


E. 


II 


4191 


Noonan 


C. 


A. 


n 


4557 


Hadley 


W. 


L. 


N 


4438 


LeFavre 


V/. 


H. 


N 


1064 


Bissett 


Willett 


n 


3207 


Lee 


0. 


B, . 


N 


4218 


McLean 


J. 


A. 


n 


4377 


Greene 


N. 


S. 


n 


4341 


Gogain 


C. 


J. 


n 


4241 


Pickett 


A. 


T. 


n 


4104 


Over 


G. 


L. 


n 


4327 


Ahem 


J. 


J. 


N 


4259 


Casey 


J. 


K. 


H 


4131 


Green 


M. 




H 


4329 


Maher 


J. 




N 


4077 


Murphy 


E. 


J. 


H 


4456 


Greene 


R. 


W. 


n 


4111 


Riley 


A. 


J. 


N 


4415 


Gaudett 


L. 


H. 


N 


613 


Potter 


H. 


E. 


starter 



The application of Francis V. Callahan and Thomas L. 
Curtis for a Wagon License #6911 to locate in front of 5^1 Tremont 
st. v/as granted for the year ending June 3^1 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Albert W. Games of the 
B. C. I. for permission to accept a reward of $100 from Fred L. 
Johnson for the recovery of a Buick automobile which was stolen 
from him at Concord, N. H. on November 15, I918 ti*s granted. 



A report was forv/arded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Charles J. McCaarthy Jr. et al. for a 
charter as the Suffolk Social and Athletic Association for promot- 
ing general athletics, maintenance of a gymnasium, reading room 
and place of social meetings; no fixed location. 



wijc.^.-,-^. -wv.^ ,4+, K^aa v,t. ii 



1557 



BOSTON, THTffiSDAY, NO^^lffiER 6, 1919. 



Contd, 



The application of George 0. Wood, 333 Park st. for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Coimnonv/ealth, 
which was rejected on Jxine 2, 1919 > was reconsidered and granted 
for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



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

George S. Harding 
Michael H. Kennedy 
Saher H. Atherton, appointed November 3. 1919* 



On information filed by Captain Charles T. Reardon of 
SaJLuj Ax-rrt-Sj^ ''''^-'^s'. «o.i^^^ Division 11, that Charles A. Hilton, a licensed motoiman, re- 

^ fused to stop his car when ordered to do so by a police officer 
on November 4, 1919 » the license #1154 (record number #2200) 
granted to the said Charles A.Hilton on October 13, I898, as a 
motoiman for the Boston Elevated Railway Co. was revoked. 



Full pay amounting to Four Hundred Thirtj/-- three and 
36/100 (433.36) Dollars, was allowed to the account of the late 
Patrolman Richard J. Lynch of Division I9 deceased December, 22, 
ciirrent, for one hundred days' time lost in the one hvjidred and 
fifty days immediately preceding his death and on account of 
sickness which caused his death. 

The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Julia T. 
Lynch, mother of the late Patrolman Richard J. Lynch of Division 
19 deceased September 22, current, the sum of Four Hundred 
Thirty-three and 36/IOO (433.36) Dollars, being fxill pay for 
one hundred days' time lost in the one hundred and fifty days 
immediately preceding his death and on account of sickness which 
caused his death. 



1558 



BOSTO", THURSDAY, NOVElfflER 6, I919 



The applications of the following named officers for 

full pay for the time herein specified on account of absence from j 
duty "by reason of sickness or death in their families, were granted' 

Patrol. Thomas P. J. McGrade Div. 2, 87 days, §368.16 



" Norman P. Garland 

" John K. Brown 

" John J. Sweeney 

" John H. Spratt 

Captain Joseph Harriman 

Lieut. James E. Sanford 

Patrol. Thomas W. Kenefick 

" Charles H. Bullock 



5 


3 " 


11 


3 " 


12 


38 " 


I, 12 


7 " 


13 


7 " 


" 16 


3 " 


s. 0. 


3 " 


Div. 4 


7 " 



158 



13.15 

13.15 

166.55 

30.68 

57.53 

16.4.4 

13.15 

30.68 
$709.49 



The applications of the following named police officers 
for half pay for the time herein specified on ajECOunt of absence 
from duty by reason of sickness, as provided by Section 5i R^-ile 3^ 
of the Police Manual, were granted :- 



Patrol. 

n 



II 
If 
11 

11 

SeJ^gt, 



John E. Powers 
Cornelius Shea 
William J. Higgins 
James A.Toomey 
Daniel Tracey 
Daniel J. Leary 
Bernard J. McNally 
John A. Stewart 
James J. Cratty 



Ret. Patrol. Prank E. Trask 



Patrol, 
II 

II 

•I 

If 

n 
n 
II 



John P. Desmond 
iieroy W. Dinsmore 
Maurice Driscoll 
Arthur J. Marks 
Jeffrey J. O'Connell 
Daniel J. Lynch 
Edward A. Burroughs 
Albert P. Gould 



Div. 


2, 


5 days 


$ 10.96 


II 


3. 


18 


II 


39.45 


II 


4 


30 


II 


65.74 


ti 


4 


5 


II 


10.96 


II 


4. 


23 


II 


41.36 


II 


5 


10 


II 


21.91 


II 


5 


16 


II 


35.06 


II 


7 


26 


II 


56.98 


II 


8 


24 


II 


59.17 


II 


9 


11 


II 


24.10 


II 


10 


30 


II 


65.74 


II 


11 


2 


II 


4.38 


II 


12 


19 


II 


41.64 


II 


12 


4 


II 


6.57 


II 


15 


19 


II 


41.64 


II 


16 


30 


II 


65.74 


11 


19 


30 


II 


65.74 


II 


19 


20 


II 


43.83 



322 



$700.97 



1559 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEICBER 6, I919 



Concluded. 



A requisition for the payment of the payrolls for the week 
ending llov. 7» current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions 

Police Signal Service 

Clerks 

House of Detention 

Station House Matrons 

Total, 



$38,456.29 

600.20 

560.12 

199.42 

63.85 

T39TH79TSr 



The resignation of John L. r-!cCoy as a clerk in the Chief 
Clerk's Office having been presented, it was accepted to take 
effect Thursday, November 6, 1919* 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIONER. 
29 Pemberton sqiiare. 

Boston, Friday, November 7, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



1560 



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

Xh- owir^-named persons ar« hereby appointed Patr«l 

take effect Friday. ^r 7, 1919, at 10,00 o»clO(5k, A* IL , a?: 

are assigned sia follcT - , 

To 
Div. 



Adr 



H. He 



en 



Martin F. . G. 



'inelli 

,-.» .. ji-as 
i A. DeRoehn 
xecei- 2icI>oncragh 
Albert/ P. Lrring 
homas E. Benringhaia 
.1 L. Coagrove 
L -. -. C, Bgan 
Wilfred N. Maxfield 
■■' -n H. I' ■^" ■ 
.. ■. 'phen L' 

Horace '0« Jetiress 
" - Jones 






4 
4 

1? 

4 

i 

il 
10 
ic 
10 
2 
4 



Michael J. " ' i 

Achille L. -f: 

Charles H, BacJ5«r!? 
John P. Joh:;-.-- 
Michael Cia, .■ 
Gino Caiapat^iii 
'■'— \, Melaugh 

; A. Pearson 
Jc-u-aefc R, 3r" ' 
Edward P. D': — ., 
Bernard M. Sears 
Charles H, 

Tlasrniond J. . .. emont 

Robert Power 
Chaxles Brodje 
ISdmor.d V. Gallahue 
Jxan^c N. Reynolds 
Laarence J", Deliontague 
^a^-lss Stewart 
Stephen Douglass 
Laurence ?. lifjor^ 
J'ohn S. Ternar; 

■^ "' 'Lexiex 
.■n 






J ■: 



1561 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, HOYEMBER 7, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



1772 Connell, 
2541 Ransom, 
1529 Shroeder, 



John 

Charles A. 
William F. 



61 Rockland st. , 
1870 Washington st., 
45 Eastern av. Dedham. 



The application of Richard H. McKenna for a transfer 
of his license #142,717 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage 
from a garage at 408 South Huntington avenue to a garage at 
568 Coliombia road was granted. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth 
were granted for the year ending May 3I1 1920. 



Caverly, 

McAllister, 

C-illman, 



Francis G. 
James E. 
Herbert A, 



153 Chiswick rd., B. D. 
7 Harvard pi., B. D., 
7 Whitten st., D. D. 



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



Officers. 



''Vw-u'. I o, 



^v.ia-^i- Hourihan, 



Eugene 





Johnson, 


Edward B. 


>^. 10, p., i^li. 


Magrath, 


William H 


., 10, 


Mehegan, 


Richard A 




Mclnnis, 


Charles 




McNeil, 


James J. 




O'Dowd, 


James J. 




Slattery, 


John J. 


-yw. 10, fV l^ll 


Madden, 


John J. 



Employers. 

Harry N. Farren, Manager, 
Franklin Park Theatre, 
616 Blue Hill av. , 
United Fruit Company, 
J. E. Riley, Manager, 
Revere Sugar Refinery, 
Medford st. , CD., 



G. S. Harding, Owner, 
Brighton Theatre , 
400 Market st. , B. 



D. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEIffiER 7, 1919. Concluded. 



Special Police Officers Appointed 
Officers. 
McAllister, James E. 



concluded. 

Employers. 



Federal Reserve Bank of Boston;^«>*vvj->w lo v, i^.ji. 
P. W. Chase, Ass't Cashier 
53-131 State St. 



1562 



John E. Leavitt, appointed October 17, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



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

Division 2. 
6912 Doherty, James in front of 59 Hanover st. 

Division I6. 
6907 Manning & Harris in front of 20 Scotia st. 






Attest: 



Chief Cl Mt.\ 



1563 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMin SSI ONER. 
29 Eemberton sqimre. 



Boston, Saturday, NovemTDer 8, 1919 • 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The resignation of Maurice F. Murphy as a clerk in the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation, having been presented, it was 
accepted to take effect November 8, 1919' 



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

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Incorporated, by L. H. Mudgett, 
Manager, - to have illustrated lectures in Symphony Hall located 
at 311 Massachusetts avenue on the evenings of November 14, 21 and 
28, and December 5i a^^cl 12, and the afternoons of November 1^, 22 
and 29, December 6 and 13, current. 

Thomas McCammon and Edith F. George - to have musical and 
literary entertainments and dancing parties in St. Omer Hall 
located at 376 Broadway until August 1, I92O. 



The application of Burtis M. Anderson, ^0 Austin avenue. 
East Boston, for a Jvmk Collector's License was granted for the 
year ending April 30, 1920. 



1564 

BOSTON, SATURDAY, UOVElffiER 8, I919. Contd. 



*^ ^ .. T^® Superintendent of Police was directed to promulp-ate 
the following to the Depart-aent by General Order:- 



r>. 






/4P- 



.^- 1 iii---\A(^ 1 . 



o«kA J. u . 



Ho 



iryhy 



4 

4 

4 

3 



.i ■«. 
11 






17 

Bigai? lie MoKcy 



TiSeer 



1565 

BOSTON, SATURDAY, UOVEJIBER 8, 1919- Contd. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's Licenae granted to Isadore 
Korisky on April 30, 1920, at 54-58-60 Troy 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 Louis Shapiro for a Jvink Shop 
Keeper's License at 54-58-60 Troy street was granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920, in place of Isadore Korisky. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 28? Hanover street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the committee in 
charge of the Piume celebration to be held in the North End 
on Sunday, November 9, current, from 2.30 to 4 p. m., was rejected 



The application of McDermott & Company for a Wagon 
License #2514 to locate in front of 177 High street was 
granted for the year ending June 30» 1920. 



The application of Junius L. Malloy for a transfer of 
his Wagon License #6244 from in front of 48 Lenox street to in 
front of 997 Tremont street was granted. 



1566 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919- Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman William H. Evans of 
Division l6 to "be reimbursed in the sum of Forty-seven (4-7) Dollars 
teing the cost of a suit of citizen's clothes whcih were destroyed 
when he was thrown from a Department motorcycle in the Penway at 
Ruggles street on October 30 > 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 
appro ved: - 



Bombardier! 
Cohen, 
Goldberg, 
Lip sky, 



Pas quale 
Jacob 
Bessie 
Jacob 



53 Chelsea st., 
73-75 Causeway st., 
2-1 Chambers st., 
31 Spring st. 



The order revoking license of Charles A. Hilton, Motor- 
man No. 1154-, having been sent out through error, is hereby revoked. 
By virtue of Section 10 of Chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 , as 
amended by chapter 221, Acts of 1909, the Police Commissioner 
hereby suspends the license of said Charles A. Hilton for a period 
of two weeks, beginning November 6, 1919* 



Attest: 




1567 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOKER. 
^y Pemoerton sqiiare. 



Boston, Monday, NovemlDer 10, I919. 



Police Comraissioner 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 :- 

The resignation of Patrolman Richard T. O'Brien of 
Division 5 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Monday, November 10, I919, at 7,45 A. M. 



It appeared that on the sixth day of November, current, 
notice was served on Patrolman Albert Wood of Division 7 that he 
was discharged from the Police Force of the City of Boston for 
violation of Rule 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, and it also appeared that said Patrolman Wood failed 
to make application for a hearing within three days of the date 
of his uischarge, as provided by chapter 247 of the General Acts 
of 1918. 



It appeared that on the sixth day of November, current, 
notice was served on Patrolman Eugene F. Lynch of Division 9 that 
he was discharged from the Police Force of the City of Boston for 
violation of Rule 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, and it also appeared that said Patrolman Lynch failed 
to make application for a hearing within three days of the date 
of his discharge, as provided by chapter 247 of the General Acts 
of 1918. 



1568 



BOSTu:^ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1919. 



Contd. 



It appeared that on the sixth day of November, ciirrent, 
notice was served on Patrolman James C. Good of Division 12 that he 
was discharged from the Police Force of the City of Boston for 
violation of Rule 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, and it also appeared that said Patrolman Good failed 
to make application for a hearing within three days of the date 
of his discharge, as provided by claapter 247 of the General Acts of 
1918. 



It appeared that on the sixth day of November, current, 
notice was served on Patrolman Prank H. Mealey of Division 1 that 
he was discharged from the Police Force of the City of Boston for 
violation of Rule 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, and it also appeared that said Patrolman Mealey failed 
to make application for a hearing within three days of the date of 
his discharge, as provided by chapter 247 of the General Acts of 
1918. 



I The City Treasurer was requested to pay to Kate A. Chase, 

widow of John F. Chase deceased October 5. current, the sum of Six 
and 94/100 (6.94) Dollars, being the amount due the said John F. 
Chase as a pensioned signalman of the city of Boston at the time of 
his decease. 



Joseph Cullen was employed as a temporary hostler at 
Station 16 for ten days, commencing November 10, current, with pay 
at the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) Dollars per annum. 



1569 



BOSTUJN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1919. 



Couta. 



Tne application of George U. Hamilton for an Amusement 
License to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville 
entertainments in the Ideal Theatre located at ^30 Dudley street 
until August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of George A. Giles et al for a charter 
as the Greater Boston Exhibitors' Association for the promotion 
of the interests of the theatres in Greater Boston showing moving 
pictures and the advancement of any business connected therewith; 
no fixed location. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year 
ending June 30, I920. 



1099 Nickerson, 

1177 Powers, 

1471 Stoneman, 

2542 Thomas, 



Lester E. 
John J. 
William G. 
Joseph J. 



6 Parragut st., Som. , 
298 Summit av., B. D., 
70 Astor St. , 
32 Pulton St. , H. P. 



The application of William M. Oliver for a transfer of 
his license #165,806 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a 
garage at 293 Northampton street to a garage at 771 Shawmut avenue 
was granted. 



The Pawnbroker's License granted to Charles Cohen as the 
Endicott & Cross Loan Company on April 30, 1919. a* 4-3 Cross street 
was cancelled by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged 
in the business of pawnbroker at that location. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. I919. 



Contd. 



The application of Jacob Berman as Jack's Loan Company for 
a Pawnbroker's License at 1961 Washington street was granted for 
the year ending April 30, 1920, in place of the Endicott & Cross 
Loan Company. 



1570 



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, 

Getz, 

Henning, 



Charles G. 
William C. 
Emil 0. 



1213 Beacon st. , 

32 Field St., Roxbury, 

33 Huntington av. 



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



Davis, 
Orr, 



Max 

Clarence A. 



27 Hansborough st., 
300 Hyde Park av. 



The application of Bella Lewis for a license to deal in 
Second Hand Articles at 327 Dudley street was granted for the year 
ending April 30, 1920. 



\c 



On the application of the Eastern Oil and Rendering 
ompany by Fred B. Whitcomb, Treasiirer, Nicholas L. Clancy was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of said company located in Furbush court, between Ruther- 
ford avenue and Main street, and 539-54-5 Rutherford avenue, and 492 
to 494 Main street for the year ending March 3I, 1920. 



1371 



BOSTOU, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1919 ^ 



Contd. 



On the application of J. P. Lomasney, Chairman, Board of 
Schoolhouse Commissioners, Charles H. English was appointed a Spe- 
cial Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
Pauline Agassiz Shaw School or such other new school buildings 
under construction to which he may be ordered, for the year 
ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of George U. Hamilton, Lessee, Henry 
M. Kilduff was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Ideal Theatre located at 530 Dudley 
street, Roxbury, for the year ending March 31. 1920. 



On the application of the Dorchester Theatre Company by 
Herbert A. Gillman, Treasurer, Winfield McCrory was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #1524 
Dorchester avenue for the year ending March 31. 1920. 



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



Hourihan, 
Madden , 



Eugene 
John J. 

McAllister, 



Magrath, 
Mehegan, 
James E. 



William H. 
Richard A. 



The application of Herbert J. Lenihan for a Wagon 
License #6913 "to locate in front of 211 East Cottage street 
was granted for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



1572 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEIIBER 10, 19 19 



Contd. 



The application of J. B. Glennon for a transfer of his 
Wagon License #3242 from in front of I38 Pembroke street to West 
Rutland square, southerly side, near Columbus avenue, was granted, 



A Used Car Dealers' License was granted to each of the 
lOixowing named persons for the year ending December 31, I919. 

CLASb ONE 



sterling Motor Truck Co. of New England! 1031 Commonwealth av, 
P. 0. Johnson f 



CLASS TWO . 



Bay state Motor Car Companyl 
Bernard H. Wickes ) 
Seavey'3 Garage 

M. Ralby 
Twomey, T. Joseph 
Volante, Antonio 



\ 



15 Berkeley st. , 

632-644 Blue Hill av. , 

11 Bradfield av., Ros., 
316 No. Harvard st. 



Sorenson, 



CLAaa THREE. 
Soren P. 



502 Southampton st. 



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



Fields Comer Garage 
Pietrella, Simone 



287 Adams st . , 
70 Cottage St. 



1573 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1919. 



Coucxuded. 



Tne application of ElizalDeth Previer for a license for 
the storage and sale of merchandise at 305 "A" iiiue Hill avenue 
was returned to the Board of Street Coramissioners disapproved 
for the reason that a stand at this location would interfere with 
public travel. 



The application of Patrolman Emerson P. Marsh of 
Division 5 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commenc- 
ing November 9, current, on account of the death of his mother 
was granted without pay. 



Attest: 



Chief C\^. 



1574 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIiUnSSIONER. 
^y Pemberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, November 11, I919. 



This being proclaimed by His Excellency, the Governor, 
"Victory Day" and a holiday, the office of the Police Commissioner 
was closed. 



1575 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COlffillSSIOHER. 
29 Peraberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, November 12, 1919. 



Police Commissioner 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 :- 

The following named persons are hereby appointed Patrol- 
men , to take effect Wednesday, November 12, 1919. at 10.00 o'clock 
A. M. , and they are assigned as follows: 

To To 

Div. Div. 



Charles E. Gallant 
Charles W. McGowan 
Willard T. Ellis 
Michael P. Carr 
Francis C. Donovan 
Joseph A. Teixeira 
John F. Power 
John J. Flaherty 
George H. Hammerton 
William J. Lamb 
Herman F. Getz 
George F. V/ilkes 
Philip S. Smith 
Lester P. Streeter 
Willard J. LaBohn 
Patrick J. Dervin 
Philip E. Schxmann 
Walter F. Kendall 
Orville F. Kenerson 
Edward B. Cain 
Stewart F. Cooper 
George V. Rull 
Robert C. Wardle 
James H. Anderson 
Pred F. Stafford 
Phillip D. Bullock 
Harold C. Stelfox 
Solomon A. Nesbitt 
William L. Donahue 
Carlton A. Burlingame 
Frederic H. Bogardus 

Eugene P. 



Gerald E. Griffin 13 

John P. Kelley 6 

John P. Sullivan 2 

Arthur B. Connor 4 

Chester I. Peard 1 

Thomas E. Murphy 6 

Charles Nichols 5 

Austin L. Long 5 

Walter J. Tigges 15 

Frederick J. Welcome lo 

William W. Jackson 13 

/ Edwin C. Hamm 17 

Charles E. Charbonneau 13 

Cornelius J. Ryan 10 

Michael T. Hurley 5 

Walter J. Edmunds 5 

Leonard J. Delaney 5 

Gerard A. Carty 5 

John J. ward 5 

William H. P. King 11 

Wayland H. Blanding 6 

James R. Hixon 5 

Henry L. Tonry 1 

Ephraim W. Pitman 5 

Burton W. Mullins 

Martin J. Kelly 7 

William B. Boyden lo 

John Lowney 5 

John H. Webber 1 

Patrick L. Harrington 13 

Salvatore DePietro 9 
to Division 6. 



BOSTON, WEDEESDAY, NOVEICBER 12, I919. 



Contd, 



1576 



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

Patrolman Thomas M. Keenan of Division 12 having performed 
faithful service in the Police Department for twenty-six and three- 
twelfths years, having requested to "be retired from active service, 
and it appearing to the Police Commissioner that the said Patrolman 
Keenan is physically incapacitated for useful service in the Police 
Department, it is hereby 

Ordered: His Honor the Mayor having approved the same, 
that the said Patrolman Keenan "be retired from active service and 
that his name be placed upon the Department pension roll with pay 
at the rate of Eight Hizndred (tiOO) Dollars per annum, being one- 
half of the amount of compensation received by him in the office 
from which he is retired; to take effect Thursday, November 13, 
1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to prom^^lgate 
the following to the Department by General Order :- 

The resignation of Patrolman Thomas H. O'rjeil of Division 
16 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect as 
of Monday, November 10, 19 19, at 7.45 A. M. 



The city Treasurer was requested to pay to Mary B. 
Hazlett, widow of the late Henry Hazlett deceased October 22, 
current, the sura of Sixty-one and 11/100 (61.11) jjoiiars, being the 
amount due the said Henry Hazlett as a pensioned police officer 
of the city of Boston at the time of his decease. 



1577 



BOSTON, WED10;SDAY, NOVEJIBER 12, 1919- 



Contd. 



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



84 Morgan, 
2543 Mo she r, 



John J)'. 
Ernest L. 



52 Bellevue st., D. D., 
197 Cambridge st., B. D. 



The application of the Italian MarineJBand, consisting of 
eighteen musicians, by Raffaele Martino, 329 "A" Massachusetts 
avenue, for a Collective Musicians' License to parade for the 
purpose of announcing a carnival to be held in Mechanics Hall 
on Wednesday, November 12, current, from 5*30 to 8 p. m. , was 
granted. 

Route: Prom North square to Prince, Hanover, Charter, Salem, 
Prince, Richmond streets to head of Hanover street, thence from 
Park square to Columbus, Massachusetts and Huntington avenues to 
Mechanics Building. 



The application of Frank Taylor, 393 MassachUBetts 
avenue, for an Itinerant Musician's License was granted for the 
year ending August 31, 1920. Mandolin. 



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. 



Fricchione, 

King, 

LiDby, 

Mackintosh, 

Morgan, 

wewton, 

Novak, 



Raffaele 
George M. 
Samuel A. 
Fred C. 
Alexander D. 
Herbert L. 
Frank C. 



jr. 



19 Dacia St., 

10 Linwood st., H. P., 
7AQ Tremont st. , 
208 Huntington av., 

^2 Beiievue st., W. R. , 
110 Fayerweather st., Camb. 
317 Colvimbus av. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, I919. 



Contd. 



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



1578 



Parker, 
Thompson, 



Sidney W. 

Annie M. 



722 Dudley St., 
129 Main St. 



On the application of the Mohawk Amusement Corporation 
"by M. J. Lydon, President, Fred E. Stearns was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Olympia 
Theatre located at 429 Broadway for the year ending March 31, 1920 



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



Johnson, 
Mclnnis, 



Edward B. 
Charles 

Siattery, 



McNeil, 
O'Dowd, 
John J. 



Janes J. 
James J. 



It was 

Ordered: Tnat the order suspending the license 
granted to Charles A. Hilton as a motorman' on the 8th inst., be 
and hereby is revoked. 



The application of William F. Rabbath, 11 Isabella street, 
for a license #04-664 to operate a Sight-Seeing Automobile was grant- 
ed until March 1, 1920. 



1579 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1919. Concluded. 



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

Patrolman John J. Middleton (retired) of Division 8, three 
days, commencing November 12, current, on account of the death of 
his brother. 

Sergeant Alfred H. Daniels of Division 17, three days, com- 
mencing November 11, current, on accoiint of the death of his 
daughter. 

Patrolman John M. tsrauneis Jr. of Division 18, three days, 
commencing November 11, current, on account of the death of his 
wife. 



The applications of Patrolmen Prank J. Christie, Andrew 
W. Duncan, John N. Harkins, Emerson H. iMye and ii'rank E. Small of 
Division 2 for permission to accept a reward of One Hundred Twenty- 
six (126) Dollars each from the Business Men in the Market District 
as a gratuity for perfoiming police duty during the late police 
trouble, were granted. 



Txie application of Patrolman Dennis L. Murphy of 

Division 9 for permission to accept a set of resolutions and a gift 

of Twenty (20) Dollars in gold from the Irainanuel-Congregational 
Church, was granted. 



Attest; 




Chief Ci 



1580 



OPi'ICE OF THE POLICE COMH SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton sqviare. 



Boston, Thursday, November 13, 1919, 



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

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



The application of Benjamin Maxwell for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #32,3^7 at Arch street, northwest 
corner of Milk street v/as granted. 



The application of M. Prank Thurston, 14-3 Coixrt street, 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The application of John J. Kiely, I80 Hillside street, 
Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



1581 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEl/IBER 13, 1919 . 



Contd. 



The following named persons, appointed NovemlDer 10, cur- 
rent, appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform 
all the duties incxanbent on them as special police officers. 

Nicholas L. Clanpy, 
henry M. Kilduff . 



The application of John Boyle for a Wagon License #6914 
to locate in front of 9 Province cwurt was granted for the year 
ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Patrolman Jeremiah B. Sheehan of 
Division 11 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commenc- 
ing November 12, current, on account of the death of his wife, was 
granted without pay. 



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



Patrol. 

Captain 
Patrol. 



Charles H. Bullock, 
John H. Spratt, 
Joseph Harriman, 
James S. Norton, 



iv. 


4, 


6 


days. 


$ 


26. 


30 


n 


12. 


7 


H 




30. 


6« 


•1 


^3' 


7 


H 




51' 


^^ 


M 


16. 


7 


II 




30. 


68 



^145.19 



1582 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, N0VE1£BER 13, 1919. 



Concluded , 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending NoYember 13, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$38,4-09.26 

601.70 

520.67 

199.42 

63-85 

$39,794.90 



Attest: 



Chief dxejtfk. 



1583 



OFFIUJi; UJ<- TiiE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
kly PemTaerton square. 



Boston, Friday, Novem'ber 14, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaints made by Captain James P. 
Sullivan of Division 2 against Patrolmen Daniel P. Cameron, 
Stephen K. Kiggins, Fred J. Jacobus, Joseph S. Whitehead and Thomas 
F. Connolly of Division 2 for violation of Rules 35 and 37 of the 
Rules and Regulations of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE x: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OF RULE 3|? OP THE RULES 
AND REGULATIONS. 

Specification: In that the said Patrolmen 
Cameron, Higgins, Jacobus, Whitehead and Connolly did become members 
of the Boston Policemen's Union, said Union being affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor. 

CHARGE 2: ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE. 

Specification: In that on September 10th, 
1919 f the said Patrolmen Cameron, Higgins, Jacobus, Whitehead and 
Connolly were absent from duty without leave. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after due notice was 
served on the said Patrolmen by giving them true copies of the 
complaints. They appeared by themselves and pleaded guilty to 
the charges and the Board foxind them guilty as charged in the 
complaints. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the- said Patrolmen Daniel 
P. Cameron, Stephen K. Higgins, Fred J. Jacobus, Joseph S. V/hite- 
head and Thomas F. Connolly each perform 210 hours' pvinishment duty. 

The Commissioner while approving 6f the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in each instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolmen are a,ssigned, 
has reported that the patrolmen have worked faithfully and well 
since the commission of their offences and have interested them- 
selves loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the 
Force, hereby suspends the imposition of said sentences. 



1584 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919 . 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made ty Captain Richard 
Fitzgerald of Division 3 against Patrolman John Campbell of 
Division 3 for violation of Rule 37 of the Rviles and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 



CHARGE; ABSENT WITHOUT LEAVE. 

Specification: In that on September 12, 1919, 
John Campbell was absent without leave from his duty. 



the said 



It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Caunpbell by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charge and the Board fovmd him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board, ordered that the complaint against 
the foregoing Patrolman John Campbell be placed on file. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Richard 
Fitzgerald of Division 3 against Patrolman Cornelius Shea of Divi- 
sion 3 ^or violation of Rule 35 of 'the Ri;iles and Regiilations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

ChAKCtE; VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES AND 
REGULATIONS. 

Specification: In that the said Cornelius 
Shea on or about the 20th day of August, A. D., 1919. did become 
a member of the Boston Policemen's Union, said imion being affili- 
ated with the American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Shea by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. Hejappeared by himself and pleaded guilty ' 
to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the i 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Cor- ! 
nelius Shea perform 140 hours' pvmishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally i 
in the instructing of the nev/ officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



1585 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain John E. 
Driscoll of Division 5 against Patrolman John C. Blake of Division 
5 for violation of Rule 3? o^ the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHAKGJfi: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OP RUI^E 35 OF TliE.RUIES 
AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Section I9, to wit: Becoming a 
member of the Boston Policemen's Union. 



It appeared that a hearing was had on the eighteenth day 
of October, current, before a Trial Board consisting of Captains 
Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas F. Goode, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Blake by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded 
guilty to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in 
the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with 
the recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman 
Jolui C. Blake perform 140 hours' punishment 'duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the 
Commanding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is 
assigned has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and 
well since the commission of his offence and has interested himself 
loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, 
hereby suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain John E. 
Driscoll of Division 5 against Patrolman Wilbur F. Harris of 
Division 5 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RUI^E 35 OF THE RULES 
AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Section I9 , to wit: Becoming a 
member of the Boston Policemen's Union. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas 
P. Goode, on the eighteenth day of October, current, after due 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman Harris by giving him a 
true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded 
guilty to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in 
the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the complaint against the 
foregoing Patrolman Wilbur F. Harris be placed on file. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEICBER 14, I919, 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Daniel G. 
Murphy of Division 6 against Patrolman John P. Walsh of Division 6 
for violation of Rule 35 0^ "the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, to wit: 

Viol£<.tion of Rule 35. Section 19 of the Police Rules "by being 
a member of the so-called Policeman's Union which is affiliated 
with an organization, club or body outside the Department to wit: 
The American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the seventh day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Walsh by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded not 
guilty to the charge and the Board f oimd him not guilty as charged 
in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with 
the recommendation of the Board ordered that the complaint against 
the said Patrolman John P. Walsh be dismissed. 



1586 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Daniel G. 
Murphy of Division 6 against Patrolman Aaron 0. Moser of Division 6 
for violation of Rule 35 of "the Rules and Regulations of the Police 
Department, to wit: 

Violation of Rule 35, section 19 of the Police Rules by being 
a member of the so-called Policeman's Union which is affiliated 
with an organization, club or body outside the Department, to wit: 
The American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the seventh day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Moser by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that Patrolman Moser be 
reprimanded in General Orders. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



1587 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I919 



Contd. 



In the matter of ohe complaint made by Captain James F. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman John A. Stewart of Division 
7 for violation of Rule 35 of ^^^ Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

Rule 35, Section 19- In that the said Patrolman John A. 
Stewart did join and did belong to an organization, club or body 
composed of present or present and past members of the force which 
is affiliated with or a part of an organization, club or body 
outside of the Department. Said organization known as the 
Policemen's Union, being affiliated with the American Federation of 
Labor, being an organization, club -or body existing outside of the 
Department. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the seventh day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Stewart by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint.. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and v/ith the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman John A. 
Stewart perform 210 hours* punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James F. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolmen John F. liurke and Henry C. 
Herman of Division 7 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and 
Regulations of the Police Department to wit; 

CHARGE; VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RUIZES AND 
REGULATIONS. 

Specification: In that the said (John a', ±iurke) (rienry 
C. Kerman) did become a member of the Boston Policemen's Union, said 
Wnion being affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the seventh day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolmen Burke and Herman by giving them 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I919, 



uontd. 



Complaints against Patrolmen Burke and Herman - concluded. 

true copies of the complaints. They appeared by themselves and 
pleaded guilty to the charges and the Board foimd them guilty as 
charged in the complaints. The Commissioner approved the findings 
and with the recommendations of the Board ordered that the said 
Patrolmen John P. Burke and Henry C. Herman, each forfeit seven days' 
pay and each perform 210 hours' punishment duty. ( 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in each instance the Command- 
ing Officer of the division to which the patrolmen are assigned has 
reported that the patrolmen have worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of their offence and have interested themselves in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby j 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. I 



1588 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Hickey of Division 7 against Patrolman Bartholomew D. Winn of 
Division 7 for violation of Rules 35 and 37 of the Rvdes and Regu- 
lations of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I; VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES 

AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Joining and belonging to an organization, 
club or body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force and known as the Policemen's Union which is affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor, an organization, club or body 
outside the department and not a post of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans or the American Legion of 
World's War Veterans. 

CHARGE II: VIOLATION OF SECTION 1 OF RULE 37 OF THE RULES 

AND REGULATIONS, 
Specification: In that the said Patrolman Bartholomew D. 
Winn failed to report for duty at 7 •4-5 A. M. on September 12, 1919 1 
and did not report until 7-^5 A. M. October 8, 1919* 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas F 
Goode, on the eighteenth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Winn by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charges and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the re- 
commendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Winn 
perform 210 hours' pixnishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 



1589 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I919. 



oOntd, 



Complaint, against Patrolman Bartholomew D. Winn - concluded. 

manding Officer of the Division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said. sentence. 



In the matter of the complaints mSide "by Captain Ross A. 
Perry of Division 8 against Patrolman Michael R. Hurley of Division 
8 for violation of Rules 35 and 37 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I : ABSENCE FROM DUTY. 

'i'nat the said Patrolman Michael R. Hurley did absent him- 
self from duty for a period of 14 days, from 12.45 A. M. on Septem- 
ber 11. 1919, to September 24, 1919. said absence not being caused 
by sickness, vacation or legal day of relief, nor with the consent of 
the Commissioner nor the Superintendent, in violation of Section 1, 
Rule 37, of the Rules and Regulations of the Police Department. 

CHARaji li; That the said Patrolman Michael R. Hurley did on 
September 11, 1919. join an organization, club or body composed of 
present or present and past members of the Force which is affiliated 
with or a part of an organization, club or body outside the Depart- 
ment, namely the so-called policemen's union which is affiliated 
with the American Federation of Labor, and that he did so belong 
to the said organization until September 19, 1919. a period of nine 
days, in violation of Section 19 of Rule 35 of the Rules and 
Regulations of the Police Department. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas 
P.. Goode, on the eighth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Hurley by giving him true 
copies of the complaints. He appeared by himself and pleaded 
guilty to the charges and the Board found him guilty as charged in 
the complaints. The Commissioner approved 'the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Hurley 
perform 210 hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind in this instance the Commanding 
Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned has 
reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I919. 



Contd. 



1590 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Jeremiah P. 
Gallivan of Division 10 against Patrolman John M. Conroy of Division 
10 for violation of Rule 35 of "the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit; 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OP RULE 3 5 OP THE RULES AND 
REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Joining and belonging to an organization 
club or body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force and known as the Policemen's Union, which is affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor, an organization, club or body out- 
side the department and not a post of the Grand Army of the Republic 
the United Spanish War Veterans or the American Legion of World's 
War Veterans. 

it appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hail, Robert E. Grant and Thomas 
P. Goode, on the eighth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Conroy by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint.. He appeared by himself and pleaded not 
guilty to the charge and the Board found him not guilty as charged 
in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with 
the recommendation of the Board ordered that the complaint against 
the said Patrolman John M. Conroy be dismissed. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Jeremiah 
P. Gallivan of Division 10 against Patrolman Dennis P. Driscoll of 
Division 10 for violation of Rule 35 °^ tlie Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OF SECTION I9 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES 

AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Joining and belonging to an organization, 
club or body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force and known as the Policemen's Union which is affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor, an organization, club or body 
outside the Department and not a post of the Grandkrmy of the 
Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans or the American Legion of 
World Y/ar Veterans. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest P. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas 
p. Goode, on the eighth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Driscoll by giving him a true 



1591 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEIffiER 14, I9I9. 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman Dennis F. Driscoll - concluded. 

copy of the complaint. He appeared "by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Dennis 
F. Driscoll perform 210 hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind in this instance the Coraraanding 
Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned has 
reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since the 
commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in the 
instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby suspends 
the imposition of said sentence. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Thomas 
W. Coleman of Division I3 against Patrolman Edmimd R. Inglis of 
Division 13 for violation of Rule 35 o^ *^e Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE : VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RUUl 35 of the RULES 

AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: In that the said Edmund R. Inglis did 
become a member of the Boston Policemen's Union, said Unionlbeing 
affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the seventh day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Inglis by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the cliarge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board, ordered that the said Patrolman 
Edmund R. Inglis be reprimanded in General Orders. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and 
the recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the 
Commanding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is 
assigned has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and 
well since the commission of his offence and has interested himself 
loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, 
hereby suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



1592 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEI£BER 14, I919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaints made Toy Captain Forrest F, 
Hall of Division 14 against Patrolmen Edwin F. Briggs, John 
Gallagher, John J. Maguire, Charles M. Montgomery, William B. 
(^uinan and Thomas J. (^uinan of DiTision 14 for violation of Rules 
35 and 37 of the Rules and Regulations of the Police Department, to 
wit: 

CHARGE I: VIOLATION OF SECTION I9 OP RUI^E 35 OF THE RULES 
AND REGULATIONS. 

CHARGE II: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE. 

it appeared that a hearing was had "before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolmen Briggs, Gallagher, Maguire, Mont- 
gomery, W. 3. Q,uinan and T. J. Q,uinan by giving them true copies of 
the complaints. They appeared by themselves and pleaded guilty 
to the charges and the Board found them guilty as charged in the 
complaints. The Commissioner approved the findings and with the 
recommendation of the Board, ordered that the said Patrolman Edwin 
P. Briggs, John Gallagher, John J. maguire, Charles M. Montgomery, 
William B. Q,uinan and Thomas J. Q,uinan each perform 210 hours' 
punishment duty. 

The Commissioner while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in each instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolmen are assigned, 
has reported that the patroLmen liave worked faithfvilly and well 
since the commission of their offences and have interested them- 
selves loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the 
Force, hereby suspends the imposition of said sentences. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Clinton E. 
Bowley of Division 1? against Patrolman James H. Jacobs of Division 
17 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE; VIOLATION OF SECTION I9 OF RULE 35 OP THE RULES AND 

REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Joining or belonging to an organization, 
club or body composed of present or present and past members of the 
Force and known as the Policemen's Union, which is affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor, an organization, club or body 
outside the department and not a post of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans or the American Legion 
or World's War Veterans. 



1593 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVELIBER 14, 19 19 



Contd. 



.Complaint against Patrolman Jacobs - concluded. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and 
F. Goode, on the eighth day 
had been served on the said 
copy of the complaint. He 
to the charge and the Board 



Board, 
Thomas 
of October, current, after due notice 
Patrolman Jacobs by giving him a true 
appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
fouiid him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Jacobs 
perform 210 hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind in this instance the Commanding 
Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned has 
reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally 
in the instructing of new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Clinton E. 
Bowley of Division 17 against Patrolman Albert J. Nott of Division 
17 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES AlH) 
REGULATIONS. 
Specification: Joining and belonging to an organization, 
ciuD or body composed of present or present and pact members of the 
Force and known as the Policemen's Union which is affiliated with 
the American Federation of Labor, an organization, club or body 
outside the department and not a post of the Grand Array of the 
Republic, the United Spanish War Veterans ot the American Legion of 
World's War Veterans. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Forrest F. Hall, Robert E. Grant and Thomas 
F. Goode, on the eighth day of October, current, after due notice 
had been served on the said Patrolman Nott by giving him a true 
copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty 
to the charge and the Board fo\ind him guilty as cliarged in the 
complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Albert 
J. Nott perform 210 hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEI/ffiER 14, 1919- 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman Nott - concluded. 

recommendation, but having in mind in this instance the cojnmanding 
officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned has 
reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



1594 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James J. 
Walkins of Division 19 against Patrolman Henry S. Meyers of Divi- 
sion 19 for violation of Rules 35 and 37 of the Rules and Regulations 
of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES 

AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification; In that on the eleventh day of September, 
1919, the said Henry S. Meyers did become a member of the Boston 
Policemen's Union, said Union being affiliated with the American 
Federation of Labor. 

CHARGE II: ABSENCE WITHOUT LEAVE. 

Specification: In that on the eleventh day of September, 
1919, the said Henry S. Meyers was absent without leave from his 
duty. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after due notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Meyers by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty to 
the charge and the Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint 
The Commissioner approved the finding and with the recommendation of 
the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Henry S. Meyers be 
reprimanded in General Orders. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind tliat in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the Patrolman is assigned 
has reported tliat the Patrolman has worked faithfully and well 
since the commission of his offence and has interested himself 
loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, 
hereby suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



1595 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEJffiER 14, I919 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made ty Captain James J. 
Walkins of Division 19 against Patrolman Thomas ?. Devine of 
Division 19 for violation of Riile 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES 

AND REGULATIONS. 
Specification: In that the said Thomas F. Devine did 
become a member of the Boston Policemen's Union, said union being 
affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after notice had been 
served on the said Patrolman Devine by giving him a true copy of the 
complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty to the charge 
and the Board found him guilty as charged in the complaint. The 
Commissioner approved the finding and with the recommendation of the 
Board ordered that the said Patrolman Thomas Devine perform 210 
hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported that the patrolman has worked faithfully and well since 
the commission of his offence and has interested himself loyally in 
the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, hereby 
suspends the imposition of said sentence. 



In the matter of the complaint irade by Captain James J. 
Walkins of Division 19 against Patrolman Ferdinand E. Breed of 
Division 19 for violation of Rule 35 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES 
AND REGULATIONS. 

Specification: In that the said Patrolman Ferdinand E. 
Breed did become a member of the Boston Policemen's Union, said 
union being affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains Matthew J. Dailey, Ross A. Perry and John J. 
Rooney, on the sixth day of October, current, after notice had 
been served on the said Patrolman Breed by giving him a true copy 
of the complaint. He appeared by himself and pleaded guilty to 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEKBER 14, I919 . 



Contd. 



Complaint against Patrolman Breed - concluded. 

the charge and the Board foxind him guilty as charged in the 
complaint. The CommiSBioner approved the finding and with the 
recommendation of the Board ordered that the said Patrolman Ferdi- 
nand E. Breed perform 210 hours' punishment duty. 

The Commissioner, while approving of the finding and the 
recommendation, but having in mind that in this instance the Com- 
manding Officer of the division to which the patrolman is assigned 
has reported tliat the patrolman has worked faithfully and well 
since the commission of his offence and has interested himself 
loyally in the instructing of the new officers coming on the Force, 
hereby suspends the iraposition of said sentence. 



The application of John F. Trundy for a license #176,199 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 25 Irvington 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, I92O. 



1596 



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

Boston University Reserve Officers' Training Camp Band, 
consisting of about thirty musicians, by Paul W. Baady, 52? Boylston 
street, - to parade on Friday, November 14, current, from 2.1? to 3 
p.m. I 

Route: From Boylston and Clarendon streets to Exeter street 
and Commonwealth avenue to Braves Field. 

Thomas J. McCabe, 19 Frawley street, Roxbury, - to parade with 
the Holy Cross College Student Body on Saturday afternoon, November 
15. 1919. 

Route: From Dartmouth street to Copley sqtiare, Boylston and 
Ipswich streets to Fenway Park. Covintennarching after football 
game: From Park to Ipswich street, Boylston and Charles streets 
to Boston Common. 



" Charles L. Duross was provisionally appointed to the po- 

Biition of painter in the Police Signal Service with pay at the rate 
,0^' Thirteen Hundred (13OO) Dollars per annum, commencing November 
'^4, 1919- 



1597 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1919 • 



Concluded. 



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. 



Moran, 
Rodehhiser, 



Dexter H. 
Ernest A. 



261 Prescott St. , E. 
12 Bayard st . , 



B. 



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



Berraan, 
Sullivan, 



Jacob 
Thomas J. 



1961 Washington st., 
2 Mt. Pleasant pi 



u^#.v^ "TiVo-V-. It!, p.. itct. 



On the application of the Special Aid Society & Service 
Club for Service and Ex-Service Men by Edith G. Wendell, President, 
Cecil Tyler was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises #31 Mt. Vernon street for the year ending March 
31, 1920. 



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



McCrory, 
Stearns, 



Winfield 
Fred E. 



Appointed. 
November 10, 1919, 
" 12, 1919. 



The application of H. W. Rowley Company for a Wagon 
License #6915 "to locate in front of 309 Southampton street was 
granted for the year ending June 30, 192O. 



Attest; 




1598 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMinoSIONER 
29 Peraberton square 



Boston, Saturday, November 15, 1919 



Police Coimissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business. 



The Records of Friday last were read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promul- 
gate the following order to the Department: 

The follov/ing named persons are hereby appointed Pa- 
trolmen, to take effect Saturday, November 15, 1919. at 10.00 
o'clock a. m. , and they are. assigned as follov,rs:- 



To Div . 

Howard W. Roberts 14 

Edward F. Shields 19 
Waldon D. Osier 4 

George V. Stevens 5 
James C. McNally 9 

John L. Mellen 5 

James C. Robson 1^ 
Phillip A. Parenteau 4 
Peter A. Grimes 4 

Thomas McGowan 17 

John F. Lyons 11 
George W. Allen 9 

Manuel J« Suzan 5 

Theodore F. Lenz 51 

James ?. Collins 5 
George H. Needham 4 
James Tagliarino 9 

Alphonse N. Beauvais 5 
John J- Vadeboncour 5 
Quentin L. -©ever 4 

William 0. Taylor 16 

George R. Mitchell 17 

Albert E. SVtift 10 

Maceo A. Harris 10 

Henry J. Bennett I6 

George R. Bates 13 

Edward J. Keating 13 
George H. Gould 2 

Carl J. Turner 13 
William Shea 4 



Neil F. LlacArthur 
James H. Bradbury 
James W. McAllister 
Daniel F. Galvin 
John J. McArdle 
Leon W. Jones 
James J. Dunn 
Michael F. Hayes 
Chester R. Clark 
Arthur J. Murphy 



William F. Beckett 
Winfield S. Thompson 
Harold C. Hickey 
Rudolph H. Burmaster 
John F. Lyons 
Edward A. McCann 
William Smith 
Frank D. Lorenz 
Leo R. Lombard 
Walter T. Hallett 
Prank O^Mara 
Charles E. McCloskey 
Walter E. Mclntee 
John P. Scannell 
William J. Bonner 
Samuel A- Laws on 
Ozias H. Beauregard 
Daniel F. Curran 
Frank F. Dolloff 
William Philbrook 



To Div . 
10 
10 
1 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 

4 

15 
10 

2 
11 

4 

15 
10 
16 

17 
2 

10 
11 
2 
10 
15 
15 
19 
10 

13 
4 
4 



15^9 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOA/SLCBER 15, 1919 



Contd. 



Patrolmen appointed - 



Lewis E. Webb ' 
Hugh J. McNabb 
Robert K. Garland 



contd. 

To Div. 
10 

7 

10 



Donald B. Pitzpatrick 
Francis L. Evans 
Louis H. Niederberger 



To Div . 

5 
3 

5 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill 55 vacancies in the 
position of Patrolman with pay at the rate of -:?1400 per annum, and 
for the application and examination papers and police reports of 
such persons. 



On information filed by Lieut. Michael C. Bresnahan, In- 
spector of Carriages, that Lawrence F. Barron, a licensed carriage 
driver and holder of a license to set up and use a Hackney Car- 
riage, was convicted and fined in the Central Municipal Court, 
November 6, current, for violation of the Hackney Carriage Rujes, 
to wit:- trespassing on the special hackney carriage stand in 
front of the Hotel Touraine on Boylston st., October 25, 1919 i and 
changing his home address and failing to notify the Inspector of 
Carriages within three days of said change, the Hackney Carriage 
Drivers' License #1663, granted July 15, 1919 » and the license 
No. 96,630 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 
122 Arlington st. granted July 24, 1919. "to the said Lawrence F. 
Barron, were revoked. 



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

Division 4 

6916 Peterson Russell S. 176 Lincoln st. 

6917 Wilson & Hughes 15 Harrison av. 



1600 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMER 15, I919 



Concluded 



The application of Patrolinan Albert v7. Games of the 
B. C. I. for permission to accept a reward of $100 from ?. E. Gup- 
till for the recovery of a Buick car stolen from him at Brookline 
October 10, 1919. was granted. 



Attest: 



Chief CI 




1601 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIift'I SSI ONER 
29 PemlDerton square 



Boston, Monday, lJfovem"ber 17, 1919' 



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

The records of Saturday last wete read and approved. 



The Superintendent of Police was directed to promul- 
gate the following orders to the Department: 

PiSrmer Reserveman John A. Kelley who resigned February 
26, 1918, to enter the military service of the United States, 
having filed the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in 
the Department as a Patrolman and assigned to Division 7i to 
take effect Monday, November 17, 1919, at 5«'^5 o'clock P. M. 

The resignation of Patrolman John H. Webber of Division 
1 having been presented, it is hereby accepted to take effect 
Monday, November 17, 1919, at '^.A-^ o'clock P. M. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
Jacob Reed's Sons, Inc. for the sum of sli4,ol8.77, being the 
amount required to pay them for making 59 overcoats at $27 each, 
140 coats and trousers at 4''l6.60 each, furnished the Police De- 
partment, and ^101.77 express charges, to be charged to the Appro- 
priation for Police. 

A special draft v/as made on the City Auditor in favor of 
the Harding bnifonn & Regalia Company for the sum of $5i9'^l«10 
being the amount required to pay it for 764 rubber coats furnished 
the Police Department at $7 '75 each and express charges. To be 
I charged to the Appropriation for Police Department. 

A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
The Harding Uniform & Regalia Company for the sum of $'2,353, te- 
ing the amount required to pay for 905 caps furnished the Police 
Department at $2.60 each. To be charged to the appropriation for 
Police. 



UkkU 



BOSTON, LIONDAY, NO^;SlffiER 1? , 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of the Interstate Dog Breeders' Associa- 
tion by Mrs. W. F. Kinder, Supt. , for an Amusement License to have 
a dog show in Paine Memorial Hall located at 9 Appleton st. on Tues- 
day evening, November l8, current, was forwarded to His Honor the 
Mayor, approved. 



The applications of the following named persons for Hack- 
ney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the Year ending 
Jxine 30, 1920. 

65 Carty, Edward B. 122 Draper st., Dorc. 

2544 Pox Ernest 32 Falmouth st. 

1787 Garrity Harry L. II8 Chandler st. 
254^ Neary Charles E. 298 Summit av. , B. D. 



The application of Ernest Pox for a license #170,030 to 
set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 240 W. Newton st. 
was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Simon Katz, I91 Quincy st. for a 
Junk Collector's License was granted for the year ending April 30, 
1920. 



The application of Jacob Gelman, 25 Rochester st. , for a 
new Junk Collector's License was granted. 



1603 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEOER 1?, 1919- 



Contd 



The applications of the following named' persons for 
licenses- to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth v/ere 
granted for the year ending Llay 31, 192O. 

Gould Charles F. 9 Norwell st., Dor. 

Manning Henry J. 4-3 Franklin st. 

Approved "by C. V/. Robie, General Manager American Ry. Ex. Co 

O'Connor, Andrew J. 59 Calianet st. 

Kavanaugh, Robert K. I88 Broadway, Everett 

Approved by D. H. Brand, Treas., 179 Ivlain st., C. D. ' 



On information filed by Captain Thomas P. Goode of 
Division 16 that Arthur L. O'Neill, holder of a revolver li- 
cense, is not a fit person to be so licensed, the license to 



carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth, 
Arthur L. O'Neill, 409 Columbia rd, on Sept. 13, 
voked. 



granted to said 
1919. was re- 



The application of Benjamin H. Dubin as B. H. Dubin & Co, 
for a license to deal in second hand articles at 67 Hanover st. 
was granted for the year ending April 30, 1920. 



iujo^^^ ~VUrV. AO, (»/. ltl4. 



On the application of Charles E. McLean, Pres. Allen 



P. Rogers was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and 
about the premises of the Cobb Theatre located at IOO5 Washington 
year ending Karch 31, 1920. 



St. for the 



The application of Patrolman George P. Carey, Division 2 
for leave of absence from duty for seven days, commencing Nov. 
25, current, to get married, was granted without pay. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1?, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The following named police officers who were granted an 
indefinite leave of absence to enter the service of the United 
States Array, having been honorably discharged therefrom, returned 
to duty at 7.45 A. M. , November 1?, 1919: 

Patrolman Thomas F. Casey of Division 12, granted leave of 
absence November 28, 1917- 

Patrolman William E. J. Driscoll of Division 12, granted leave 
of absence September 15, 1917. 



1604 



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 :- 



Grappi, 
Tanner, 



Joseph 
Jacob 



521 Atlantic av. 
247 Congress st. 



A Used Car Dealers' License was granted to each of the 
following named persons for the year ending December 31» 1919. 



CLASS TWO . 

Auto Buyers' Finance Co. ) 
Leroy P. Russell, Mgr. ) 

Chandler Auto Service Co. 
Luther E. Chandler 

Master Truck Co. of New England) 

as Hennigan Libby Company ( 

C. D. Willcutt, President ) 



27 School St. & corner of 
Hereford & Newbury sts.J 
5 Reed st . , ' 

1035 Commonwealth av., I 



Attest 




Chief 



1603 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 PemToerton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, NovemlDer 18, I919. 



Police Comraissioner 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 General Orders to the Department: 

Frank H. Mealey, Patrolman assigned to Division 1, was on 
November 6, 1919. dismissed from the Police Department for being 
absent from duty without the consent of the Commissioner or the 
Superintendent . 

Due notice of such dismissal Was duly and specifically 
given in writing to said Frank H. Mealey who has not requested a 
hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by law. 

William L. Malone, Patrolman assigned to Division 4, was on 
October 29, 1919 1 dismissed from the Police Department for being 
Absent from Duty without the consent of the Commissioner or 
Superintendent . 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically given 
in writing to said William L. Malone who has not requested a 
hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by law. 

John F. Cunningham, Patrolman assigned to Division 5f was on 
October 29, 1919, dismissed from the Police Department for being 
Absent from Duty without the consent of the Commissioner or 
.Superintendent. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically given 
in writing to said John F. Cunningham who has not requested a 
hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by law. 



William M. Sheelian, Patrolman assigned to Division 6, was on 
October 4, 1919. dismissed from the Police Department for the 
violation of Section 19 of Rule 35 of "tl^e Rules and Regulations. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically given 
in writing to said William M. Sheehan who has not requested a 
hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by law. 



1606 



BOSTOIT, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER l8, 1919 



Contd 



Patrolmv.n Dismissed - concluded. 



Eugene F. Lynch, Patrolman assigned to Division $, was on 
November 6, 1919, dismissed from the Police Department for being 
absent from duty without the consent of the Commissioner or Super- 
intendent. I 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing to said Eugene F. Lynch who has not requested a 
hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by lav/. 

William R. Thompson, Patrolman assigned to Division 10, \ 
was on October 6, 1919. dismissed from the Police Department for 
the violation of Section 19* of Rule 3? o^ "the Rules and Regulations 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing to said V/illiam R. Thompson who has not requested 
a hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed by 
law. 

James C. Good, Patrolman assigned toDivision 12, was on 
November 6, 1919. dismissed from the Police Department for being 
Absent from Duty without the consent of the Commissioner or Sup- 
erintendent. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing to said James C. Good who has not requested a hear- 
ing on the aforesaid charge within the time prescribed, by law. 



The application of North End Covmcil, #219 K. C. by Hugh 
F. Mackin, Gfand Knight, for an Amusement License to have a minstrel 
show and musical comedy in St. Mary's Theatre located on Cooper st. 
on the evenings of December 1, 2 and 3. current was forwarded to 
His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



2546 
254.7 



Carver 
Daniels 



William J. 
Charles H. 



2 Polk St. ,C. D. 
125 Eliot St. Chest. Hill 



^?o application of Charles rl. Daniels for two licenses 
#09957 and 168,371 to set up and use Hackney Carriages in a garage 
at 396 Chestnut Hill av. was granted for the year ending June 30. 
1920. ^ -^ ' 



1607 



cXitxrvv^ ""VU-j-. I ^. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER l8, 1919 , 



Contd. 



The application of Horace E. Noyes for a transfer of 
his license #21 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a sta- 
ble at 72 Northampton st. to a stable at 41 Pembroke st. , was 
granted. 



The application of Edward A. Scigliano, l8 Hull st. 
for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth 
was granted for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



The application of Charles L. Bruder, Federal Reserve 
Bank for a copy of his license to carry a pistol or revolver 
in this Commonwealth was granted. 



On information filed by Captain Richard Fitzgerald of 
Division 3 that Albert K. Sidlinger, holder of a revolver license 
is not a proper person to be so licensed, the license to carry 
a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth, granted to the said 
Albert K. Sidlinger, 12 Staniford st., on September 13, current, 
was revoked. 



On the application of the Prudential Committee of the 
Park Street Church by Arcturus Z. Conrad, Pastor, Burton L. Bruce 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of said church located at the corner of Tremont and 
Park streets for the year ending March 3^1 1920. 



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







Appointed. 


Pierce 


Richard 


Sept. 23, 1919 


Leonard 


William J. 


Nov. 3, 1919 


Tyler 


Cecil 


" 14, 1919 


Bruce 


Burton L, 


" 18, 1919. 



1608 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER l8, I9I9 



Concluded. 



The application of David Noe for a wagon license 
#255^^ to locate in front of 374- Atlantic av was granted for the 
year ending Jvine 30, I92O. 



The appli(3ations of the following named persons for li- 
censes for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved: 

Emerson D. R. 35 Temple pi. 
Labovitz Abram 95 Green st. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains Richard Fitzgerald 
John E. Driscoll and John J. Rooney be and they are hereby ap- 
pointed pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the Acts of 1906 
to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred to 
it for hearing. Said board shall serve lontil a new board is 
hereafter appointed. 

It is hereby ordered that the complaints of Captain 
James F. Siillivan of Division 2 against Patrolmen John F. McGilli- 
cudy, Daniel J. Carroll and Patrick J. Lydon of Division 2 be and 
they are hereby referred for hearing to the trial board consisting 
of Captains Richard Fitzgerald, John E. Driscoll and John J. Rooney. 
The hearing will be held at this office Wednesday, November 19, 
current, at 10 a. m. 



A Used Car Dealer's Licenses was granted to each of the 
following named persons for the year ending Dec. 31, 1919. 

CLASS ONE 

The Locomobile Co. of America 

Raymond K. Albright, Pres. 
Dorchester Motor Co. 

Alexander W. Wight, Pres. 

CLASS TWO 

Samuel M. Paddon 



700 Commonwealth av. 
56 Talbot av. 

1926 ColiAmbus av. 



Attest: 



Chief aC^c. 



1609 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMTn SSI ONER 
29 Pemterton square 



Boston, Wednesday, Novem'ber 19, I919. 



Police Coinmissioner Ourtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business. 



The Superindentent of Police was directed to promulgate 
the following orders to the Department: ■ 

The following named persons are hereby appointed Pa- 
trolmen, to take effect Wednesday, November 19, 1919, at 10.00 
o'clock A.M. and they are assigned as follows: 

To Jiv . ' To Div. 

!Leo G. Costello 17 

Joseph V7. Elword 6 

Maynard L. Smalley 2 

John G. Barrett Jr. 12 

Chris Hammer si oiigh 2 

Clifford H. ^cGee 15 

Hilary A. Gasper 15 

|Carl L. Miner 5 

'Joseph Laroiton 13 

Charles L. Hurd 15 

Joseph Giovannucci 19 

Herbert K, Molinari 15 

Timothy J. Murphy 4 

James Smith 3 

James J. Flynn 19 

Theodore Anderson 10 

John J. Siillivan 15 

Harris B. Mclnnes 15 

Walter J. Donovan 15 

James A. Jameson 3 

John W. Rydstrom 17 

Harry P. Shea 10 

Francis I. Mullen 4 

Edward C. Sheldon 10 

Michael Donahue 13 

Harry H. Benn 4 

iJoseph Celata 13 

Frederick G. Sewall 4 

Edward E. Seevak 13 

Clarence H. Leavitt 9 



Leo M. Molinari , 


1 


Cecil C. Lewis 


5 


Clifford H. Sheridan 


13 


Martin E. McCarthy 


1 


John J. Shea 


13 


Edward F. Crowley . 


5 


John E. Fogarty 


16 


James J. Stacey 


7 


John L. Axtman 


5 


Robert S* MacLeod 


15 


l^awrence A. Loughlin 


1 


Edward W. Fallon 


5 


Peter J. Haritos 


7 


Thomas J. Kujawa 


6 


Harry J. Nelson 


3 


Harry Chubb uck 


13 


Michael J. Murphy 


13 


Victor E. Landstrom 


1 


Francis J. Caples 


5 


George W. quilt y 


15 


Warmoth T. Gibbs 


9 


George J. Fallon 


6 


Samuel G. Daly 


11 


Charles E. Hull Jr. 


15 


Frederick H. Webster 


2 


William P. Morrissey 


1 


William J. Mason 


9 


David M. McCarthy 


5 


John Tracy 


17 


John J. Donovan 


6 



1610 



BOSTON, TSED13E3DAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1919. 



Contd. 



Patrolraermppointed 



- contd. 



To Div. 



Joseph J. Kittery 


6 


Ernest DiMaria 


7 


Francis E. MacKay 


4 


James J. O'Leary 


4 


Ralph Dawe 


3 


George W. McGrath 


3 


John F. Meehan 


3 


James B. Connolly 


4 


Frederick V. Perry 


10 


John J. Madden 


13 



To Div . 

Lawrence L. Waitt 9 

John B. Stewart .15 

James Morrison 10 

Joseph P. Leahy 2 

Joseph F. Gaffney 17 

Thomas A. McDermott 4 
Benjamin S.F.Whitaker 6 

Joseph 0. Chalifoux Ji|l3 

Richard B. Callahan 15 

Julian Gardzie 1 



The resignation of Patrolman Grover E. Ladd of Division 9 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, tj take effect \7ed- 
nesday, November 19, I919, at 7.45 A. M. 



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



958 Kelly, 
2242 Ryan 



Joseph E, 
James H. 



11 W. Cottage 
41 Astor st. 



The applications of the following named persons for trans- 
fers of their licenses to set up and use Hacknay Carriages were 



grant ed:- 
130,798 

167,798 



Lyons, Joseph J. From a garage at 298 No. Harvard 

To a garage at 73 Hano st.. -t. 

Ryan, Martin A. From a garage at 8lO Conant st. 

To a garage at 101 Ward st. 



The application of Martin A. Ryan for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #167,798 in front of 112 Chest- 
nut St. was granted. 



1611 



;^xi>*Wvi '~yu\f.^4, |V. lt>A4. 



.. A 3, J*. idiAl. 



^ t 



BOSTON, WEDKESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1919. 



Contd, 



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



Fiske 
Walsh 



Howard 0. 
John E. 



94 Corey st. , W. R. 
2 Wallace st.,r::. D. 



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



Officers 
Brenan Timothy E. 



Walker 



Theodore 



Employers 

The Shepard Stores 

John Shepard 3i'<i. Asst.Sec 
30 Winter st. 
The Raymond Syndicate 

F. W. Dore, Pres. 
352 Hawley st. 



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

Division 4 
2558 Roche Joseph J. 10 Corning st. 



3679, 

3688; 

3689 i Smith 

3690, 



Bernard E. , Inc. rear 141 Essex st, 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the 
sum of 5650 "being the amount required to pay the pay-roll of 
the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund for the month 
ending November 30 , current, to be charged to the Police Charit- 
able Fund Income. 



1612 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEJffiER 19, 1919 



Concluded 



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



Comraissioner' s Office 
Superintendent's Office 
Pensions 

Total, 



$1,166.66 
416.66 



$13,176.46 



A requisition for the payment of the Department bills 
for the month ending November Ip, current, was approved as follov/s; 
Police Department , ^64,959.98 

Police Signal Service 2,o04.90 

House of Detention 47.o2 



Total, 



$67,812.50 



Attest : 




JL613 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COmilSSIONER 
29 Pemberton square 



Boston, Thursday, November 20,1919. 



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



approved. 



The records of Tuesday and ^Vednesday last were read and 



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

Frank 'i7. Esterbrook - to opei-ate a football score board in 
Mechanics' Hall, located at 111 Huntington av on the afternoon 
of November 22, current. 

George A. McDonnell - to have a dancing party in Pere llar- 
quette Hall, located at 66 IT street on Friday evening November 
21, current. 

James E. Welflh et al - to have a dancing party in the Mimici- 
pal Building located on Broadway on Wednesday evening November 26, 
current. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Walter P. Hamblin et al for a charter 
as the Odd Fellows Club of Roslindale for promoting social, fra- 
ternal and educational interests of Odd Fellows, no fixed location. 



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



1025 Eiseman 
2548 Kean 



Louis 6 Bulfinch st. 
Francis J. 23 Harvard st., 



C. D. 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEIffiER 20, 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 . 19^0. 



Bay, 


Joseph H. 


3 Hartford st . , Rox. , 


Berenson, 


Richard I. 


175 Walnut av. , 


Chaplik, 


Peter 


788 Broadway, 


Dwyer , 


William P. 


173 Blue Hill av., 


O'Connell, 


Daniel 


209 Fisher av., Roxhury, 


Orvitt, 


Frank D. 


500 Blue Hill av. 



1614 



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



Keefe, 

Lasker, 

Lyons, 



Joseph L. 

Julius 

Frank 



136 Devon St., Roxbury, 
94 Crawford st., Roxbury, 
5 Stanwood ter. 



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



/ (f ' T 



Officers. 
Lasko, Ludwig 



Welch, 



Lawrence W. 



Employers. 

Roxbury Theatre, 

Samuel V. Grand, Treas., 
2170 Washington st.. 
Expressmen's Protective Ass'n 
E. C. Walker, President, 
32 Court sqviare. 



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



Roger's, 
Welcl'a, 



Allen F. 
Lawrence W. 



Appointed. 

November 17, 1919. 
•• 20, 1919. 



1615 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, NOVEIWEER 20, I9I9 . 



Concluded. 



A Used Car Dealer's License of the third class was 
granted to Joseph Kblman and Harry Rosen as Kolman & Rosen Used 
Auto Parts at 1240 Dorchester avenue, rear, for the year ending 
December ^1, 1919' 



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

Division 6. 
581 

2565 

2577 

2588 Smith, Bernard F. Inc. in front of 25 Sleeper st. 

2595 
3771 
6918 

6919. 

Division 9- 
2560 Tangari, James J. in front of 20 Blue Hill av. 



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, 
John H. Spratt, 
Captain Joseph Harriman, 
Patrol. James S. Norton, 



Div. 


4, 


6 days. 


$ 26.30 
30.68 


It 


12. 


7 - 


n 


13' 


3 M 


24.66 


N 


16, 


6 " 


26.30 



$107.94 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending November 20, current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 
Attest : 



,842.01 

626.63 

516.84 

199-42 

63.85 



$43,248.75 



Chief CM^ ' 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIvRIISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Booton, Friday, Novem'ber 21, 1919. 



1616 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



William H. Downey, 286 Dudley street, was employed as a 
temporary janitor at Station I9 , from November 1, 1919. to May 15, 
1920, with pay at the rate of Three (3) Dollars per day, commencing 
November 21, I919 . 



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

New Boston Alleys by C. J. Dore - to have a bowling contest 
in the New Boston Alleys located at 167 Washington street on Monday 
evening, December 1, 1919- 

John W. Grady, Secretary, St. Alphonsus Association, - to have 
a dramatic show in St. Alphonsus Hall located at 80 Smith street on 
Monday evening, November 24, I919. 



The application of Francis H. Lynch, 4^ Bunker Hill street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #362 was granted for the 
year ending June ^0 , 1920. 



The application of Louis Eiseman for a license #176,909 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 24 Chardon 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



1617 



BOSTuiJ, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919- 



v^ontd. 



The application of Bernard Miller, 71 Kingsdale street, 
for a new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost was granted. 



The application of Robert R. Van Annan, 5 Carlford road, 
Jamaica Plain, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, I92O. 



A Used Car Dealer's License was granted to each of the 
following named persons for the year ending December 31, 1919- 



CLASa QUE . 

Holland System, Inc. ) 
Ralpn G. Calef , Manager) 

CLASS TWO. 



949 Commonwealth av., 



Farrell's Garage 
Thomas V. Farrell 



411 Bowdoin st, 



The application of Bernard F. Smith for three Wagon 
Licenses #4-501, 4^11 and 4^12 to locate in front of 39 Warren 
street, Charlestown, was granted for the year ending J\ine 3O1 1920, 



1618 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, I919, 



Concluded. 



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



Butlers Inc. 

Cummings, Gilbert A. 

Longo, G. & Sons 

Peirce & Conpany 

Pratt, P. a. 



90 Tremont st. , 
224 Tremont st. , 
14-15-16 Dock sq. , 
58 Cornhill, 
1 South Market st, 



Attest: 




Chief 



1619 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COlDnSSIONER. 
29 PemlDerton square. 



Boston, Saturday, November 22, 1919 



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

Tne 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 named persons are hereby appointed Patrol- 
men , to take effect Saturday, November 22, 1919. at 10.00 o'clock, 
A. M., and they are assigned as follows :- 



George W. Gardner, 
John J. McDonald 
Morgan C. Murphy 
Edward A. Irwin 
Oscar F. Pennington 
John G . Jame s 
James L. 'Jooley 
Albert G. Lundgren 
Prank L. Carrie 
Albert F. Madden 
Edward M. Killion 
John T. McGovern 
Edgar D. S. Jackson 
John J. Maier 
Frank J. Spitz 
Antony Mulligan 
Percy R. Deraerritt 
Frederick J. Becherer 
Herbert S. Scott 
Raymond A. L. Monahan 
Patrick F. Hannon 
Thomas F. Mellyn 
George E. Hoarle 
William B. Chatf ield 



To 




To 


Div. 




Div. 


1^ 


Florentine Masella 


17 


5 


Michael F. Manning 


10 


13 


John L. Hiint 


5 


1 


John M. White 


13 


14 


Frank P. Leonard 


5 


16 


Frank G. Bird 


5 


1 


Clarence A. Pierce 


2 


16 


William J. Collins 


5 


15 


Edward J. McGee 


15 


10 


Lewis W. Allsopp 


17 


17 


Thomas E. McMurray 


11 


2 


John J. Gilmore 


13 


13 


Henry E. Hart 


14 


17 


Herbert F. Anderson 


16 


6 


Joseph J. Culpin 


5 


15 


William 3. Feeney 


4 


15 


Robert L. Coates 


3 


15 


William E. Burke 


17 


15 


Joseph A. Hanlwy 


1 


4 


James ?. Holmes 


15 


10 


Alfred J. Morrissey 


■ 5 


1 


James E. McCarthy 


4 


16 


Charles L. Man ion 


9 


2 


David W. Bell 


9 



1620 



BOSTOIT, SATURDAY, NOVEIIBER 22, I919. 



Contd, 



Patrolmen appointed - contd. 



To Div. 



William E. Wetster 


10 


Charles J. Cassidy 


13 


Frank N. Orcutt 


1 


Samuel J. Grimes 


11 


Earle \1. Elliott 


5 


Gerard M. Stone 


3 


Thomas ?. Morgan 


4 


Peter P. O'Connor 


11 


Richard P. Buckley 


15 


William P. Doran 


13 


Francis V. Donovan 


2 



To Div . 

Harvey A. Shipp 13 
Coleman P. Conroy 2 

Hersey D. Slack 11 
George P. Ryan 5 
Melvin A. Patterson 1 

Bryan McNulty 10 
Thurston 0. Kraby 6 
Joseph Schwartz 9 

James G. Doherty 16 
James P. O'Neill 5 
Joseph P. O'Haniley 6 



The applications of the following named persons for Amuse 
ment Licenses were fonvarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 

American Pox Breeders' Association by 0.5. C. Mitchell, Sec. 
to have an exhibition of live silver foxes in Horticultural Hall 
located at 30O Massachusetts ave on December 10 and 11 current. 

Eastern Athletic Association, Inc. by George 7. Tuohey, Pres. 
to have an exhibition of wrestling in Mechanics' Hall located at 
111 Huntington ave on Thursday evening November 27, 1919. 

North Terminal Lodge #790, B. of R. C. by Ernest G. Prissell, 
Chairman, -to have a dancing party in Puritan Mall located at 
229 Priend st. on Monday evening, November 24, 1919. 



The application of Patrick M. Costello for a transfer jf 
his Junk Shop Keeper's License from 27 Von Hillern st. to the 
corner of Circuit and Washington st. (entrance on Circuit st.)f 
was granted. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of seven 
teen musicians, by Giovanni Giardini, 287 Hanover st. for a Col- 
lective Musicians' License to accompany a funeral procession on 
Si.inday, November 23, current from 1 to 4 p. m.,was granted. 



1621 



^looA^ Vi*\r. A 5 , cj. I 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, UOVEIfflER 22, 1919. Concluded. 



Collective Musicians' License Granted - contd. 

^oute: from 33 Pitts st. to So. Margin, Norman, Leverett, 
Hale, So. Margin, Pitts, Traverse and Canal sts., Haymarket sq. 
Cross, Endicott and Prince sts. North sq. , North, Richmond 
and Hanover sts. to Scollay sq. 



The applic -tions of the following named persons for licen- 
ses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Commonwealth were 
granted for the year ending May 31» 1920. 

Carney William J. ], 4-3 Frahklin st. 

^arley, William G. , 
Cobum, Charles P. 
Crockett, Michael D. 

Approved "by C. '.7. Robie, General Manager, American 
Railway Express co. 
Clark, William M. 10 Ticknor st. 

Approved by A. E. Williamson for tlie P. M. Leavitt Co. 
Leonard, William J. 74- Hillside st., Rox. 

Approved by C.W.Rankin, chief of police, E.& M.R.R. 
Fair, James C, ' 16 Wilson st. 

Approved by G. W. Conway, Div. Commercial Supt. 
N. E. Tel. ^ Tel. Co. 
Tighe, Michael 18 Dore st. 

Approved by Richard Cathie, Mgr. Wright co. 



On the application of Carl J. i^ecker, Supt. William 
L. Clough was appointed a special police officer for dtty in and 
about the premises of the Parker Memorial Hall located in Parker 
Memorial Building, 53 Berkeley st., for the year ending March 
31, 1920. 



Theodore Walker, appointed November I9, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially^perf orm all 
the duties incianbent on him as a special police officer. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF TIIE POLICE COIvlMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



1622 



Boston, Monday, November 24, I919 



Police Commissioner 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 :- 

Police Commissioner Curtis having heard a complaint made 
by the Commanding Officer of Division 6 against Patrolman James J. 
Tansey of that Division for being absent without leave, finds the 
said Patrolman James J. Tansey not guilty and orders that the 
complaint against him be dismissed. 



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



2549 Carbonneau, 

682 Dooley, 
167 Lynch, 



Napoleon T. Jr. 

Jarae s T . 
James A. 



31 Jackson st. Cam- 
bridge Way, 
41 Stidan st. , Dor. , 
963 Massachusetts av. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to set up and use Hackney Carriages were granted for the 
year ending June 30 , I92O. 



177,028 Paherty, James F. 

0481C O'Keefe, Daniel & Son 
177,068 Prodromos, John 



in a garage at 33^0 Washington st, 
'• " " " 541 Tremont st., 
" " " » 17 Clarendon st. 



1623 



BOSTON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 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 ^1, 1920. 



Do Ian, 

Kayhurst , 



John D. 368 Washington st . , 

approved "by G. L. Griffin, & Son, Inc., 
James 696 E. Second st., 

approved "by Stetson Coal Company, Robert D. 
Treasurer, 4-96 First st. 



Hall 



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



Officers. 



Brennan , 
Lasko , 



Timothy F. 
Ludwig 



Appointed. 

November I9 , 1919, 
. •• 20, 1919- 



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

Patrolman Jacob M. Christensen of Division 10, three days, 
commencing November 26, current, to get married. 

Captain Matthew J. Dailey of Division 1, .six days, commencing 
January 21, 1920, for the purpose of extending his vacation. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners dis 
approved for the reason that stands at these locations would inter- 
fere with public travel. 



Dahl & McDonald 

Kadish, Phil & Natlian 

Slack & Jenks 



41 Merchants row, 
43 Merchants row, 
21 North St. 



1624 



BOSTON, MOIIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, I919, 



Concluded, 



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

North st . , 
Hanover st. , 
Meridian st. , 
North St., 
Commercial st . , 
Commercial st. , 
Blackstone st . , 
Salem st . , 

North St. & 52 Black- 
stone St., 
North st. , 
Hanover st. , 
Kerrimac st . , 
North st . , 
Hanover st., 
Blackstone st., 
Blackstone st., 
Spring St., 
Commercial st . , 
North st. , 
W. Broadway, 
Huntington av. , 
Creston st . , 
Richmond st . , 
Causeway st. , 
Blackstone st . , 
Blackstone st. , 
Commercial st., 
Richmond st., 
Richmond st. , 
"A" North St. 



Angelos Bros. 




240 


Bromberg, 


Morris 


154 


Burnham, 


Frank E. 


97-99 


Campo, 


Pasquale 


230 


Caruso Eros. 




50 


Cecero & Scalero 


99 


Chermis, 


Abraham 


^^ 


De Lucis, 


Giacomo 


106 


Eaton & Company 




56-60 


Pinochiero, 


Natal e 


229 


Gamernick, 


Samuel 


140-144 


Herman, 


Echel 


164 


Kelly, 


John J. & Co. 


91 


Lechton, 


Bennett 


^^^ 


Levinsky, 


Abraham 


138 


Levantinsky, 


Louis 


81 


Maltz, 


Louis 


10 


Marchetti, 


A. 


118-120 


Marcus, 


Jacob 


249 


McGowan, 


J. J. 


265 


O'Neil, 


John H. 


729 


0' Shan sky, 


Joseph 




Puffer, 


R. P. 


3 


Ratto , 


Frank 


143 


Rottenberg, 


Benjamin 


51 


RottenToerg, 


Benjamin 


53 


Silk, 


Samuel 


122-124 


Silverman, 


A. & Son 


63 


Spardaro , 


Andrew 


121 


Strong, Marston 


& Company 


30 



At test: 



(Sf(i'^0~yvX,C*4, 



Chief 




1625 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOHER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, lloYemhev 25, 1919 . 



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



approved. 



The records of Saturday and Monday last were read and 



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

The resignation of Patrolman James J. Tansey of Division 6 
having "been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Tuesday 
November 25, I919, at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman John F. Leavitt of Division 
12 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Tuesday, November 2^, I919, at 7 .A-^ 6'clock, A. M. 



A report was forv/arded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Frank Napoleon Raman et al for a 
charter as The Lithuanian American Citizen Club of Boston for the 
purpose of helping Lithuanian aliens to become citizens of the 
United States, educating Lithuanians of the vicinity, and engaging 
in social enterprises for their benefit; no fixed location. 



1626 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, I919 . 



Contd. 



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

278 Eustis St., Roxbury, 
75 Albany st. , 

170 Hvmtington av., 
51 Chelsea st., Everett, 

115 Howard av., Roxbury. 



2551 


Drury , 


Robert P. 


2550 


Flaherty, 


Walter P. 


2552 


Heath, 


Julian A. 


1906 


Holtz, 


Bernard 


2553 


Murray, 


John T. 



The application of Daniel O'Keefe & Son for a special 
stand for his Hackney Carriage License #048lC in front of 8 Post 
Office sqiiare was granted. 



The application of theJMobile Carriage Band, consisting of 
twenty-four musicians, by Prank Kean, 5 Benson street, Brighton, 
for a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Lincoln 
Athletic Club Football team of Brighton on Thursday, November 27, 
current, from 1 to 6 p. m., was granted. 

Route: From Murray Park to Market street, Washington, Wirt 
Henshaw and Market streets to Murray Park. 



The application of Ellsworth D. Hubbard, 73 Tremont 
street, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The application of Arthur B. Evans, 836 East Fourth 
street, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



1627 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVET.iBER 25, I919. 



Contd, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30, 192O. 



Boyer, 
Buemond, 
We is thai, 
VAiite, 
Winick, 



George R. 
John W. 
William 
Jacot) 
Harry 



1058 Tremont st., 

524 Shawmut av . , 

300 V/ashington st., B. 
1940 Washington st . , 
1862 Washington st. 



D., 



The application of Charles Thiel for a license to deal 
in Second Hand Articles at 4284 Washington street was rejected. 



William L. Clough, appointed November 22, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



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

Division 11. 

6920 Barry, Jolin J. Co. in front of 289 Adams st., D. D. 
I Division 14. 

6921 Watson, William E. in front of 247 Cambridge st. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, I919. Concluded, 



The application of Jonathan Nason for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 643 Broadway was returned to the 
Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



The application of Giuseppe Hrate for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 1 Staniford street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason 
that a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



Attest 




Chief C 



1629 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, UovemToer 26, I919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

Sergeant Bernard J. Hoppe of the Superintendent's Office 
is hereby promoted to the grade of Lieutenant, to take effect, 
Friday, November 28, 1919. at 7 '^5 A. M., and he is assigned to 
take charge of the new Traffic Sqviad with headquarters for the 
present at the Cadet Armory. He will report at the Cadet Armory 
Friday morning, November 28, at 7 -^5 O'clock. 



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

Former Reserveman Thomas J. Connolly who resigned 
September 28, 1918, having applied for reinstatement, is hereby 
reinstated as a Patrolman with the assent of the Civil Service 
Commission, to take effect Wednesday, November 26, I919. at 10 
o'clock, A. M. , and he is assigned to Division 2. 



The application of the Orient Heights Post #54-, Massa- 
chusetts State Branch American Legion by Joseph F. Carey, Finance 
Officer, for an Amusement License to have musical and literary 
entertainments and dancing parties in Booth's Hall located at 
1036 Bennington street until August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVELtBER 26, 1919, 



Contd, 



To 




To 


Div. 




Div. 


16 


Archie J. Letendre 


5 


9 


Walter P. Owens 


4 


4 


Manuel F. Davis 


5 


16 


Prank B. Callahan 


4 


7 


Arthur M. Tiernan 


4 


11 


William A. Wells 


6 


2 


Oscar E. Swenson 


16 


1 


Matthew C. Sweeney 


4 


17 


George C. Davis 


3 


9 


John Flaherty 


11 


2 


Patrick Dolan 


6 


6 


Patrick J. McGrail 


9 


9 


Coleman Foley 


3 


11 


James J. Corcoran 


9 


9 


Patrick P. McKeon 


9 


16 


Edmund A. Gallant 


16 


11 


Walter Donovan 


3 


6 


Thomas P. Gallagher 


3 


9 


George B. Fraser 


5 


1 


William F. Cullinane 


15 


1 


James A. Downey 


3 


15 


Francis H. McGeever 


5 


5 


Joseph Daiikshta 


1 


A. 


McGrath, to Div. 3. 





1630 



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 Wednesday, November 26, 1919, at 10.00 o'clock, 
A. M. , and they are assigned as follows :- 



Cyril V. Considine 
Cornelius P. Crowley 
John J. Cummings 
William M. Donahue 
Thomas G. Duggan 
Leo E. Hoban 
Michael J. McNealy 
Thomas F. Coyne 
Michael J. O'Dowd 
James F. Murphy 
Arthur E. Eldridge 
Joseph Deuterio 
John 7/. O'Brien 
Leonard E. J. O'Connell 
James A. Michaels 
Walter A. Young 
Frederick J. MacCormack 
Harry H. Grossman 
John J. Bogue 
Marcus E. Madden 
Joseph J. Barry 
Francis X. Scanlan 
Peter M. Ward 

Jolin 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take 
effect Friday, November 28, I919, at 7.45 a. M. and the police 
officers herein named will report at 8.00 A. M. Friday, November 
28, 1919, to Lieutenant Bernard J. Hoppe at the Cadet Armory, Colum- 
bus Avenue. 

Sergeant William P. Gaffney from Division 3 to the Traffic Squad, 
" Edward G. Kennedy " " 5 " " " " 
" John V. Foley " " 19 " " " " 



1631 



BOSTON, WEDlffiSDAY, NOVElfflER 26, I919. Contd. 



General Order - Transferred to "Traffic Squad" - contd. 

PROM DIVISION 1 TO THE TRAPFIC SQ,UAD. 



Patrolman Chester I. Peard 

" James W. McAllister 
" Oscar L. Ramsdell 
" Solomon A. Nesbitt 
" Willard R. Cook 



n 

M 

n 
It 
n 



Patrolman Edward A. Irwin 
" Frank N. Orcutt 
" Wesley A. Gordon 
" Jeremiah A. Ryan 
" Patrick P. Concannon 



FROM DIVISION 2 TO THE TRAFFIC SqUAD. 



John P. Sullivan 
George H. Gould 
James W. Pike 
James P. Malloy 
Arthur E. Eldridge 



Patrolman Martin F. Glynn, 
" Stanley R. Sampson 

Patrolman Harry T** Kershaw 

" William B. Chatfield 
" Paul W. Crowley 



PROM DIVISION 3 TO THE TRAFFIC SQ,UAD. 



Willard T. Ellis 
George C. Davis 
Thomas P. Gallagher 



Patrolman James A. Downey 
" Louis R. Murray 
" William H. Owen 



FROM DIVISION 4 TO THE TRAFFIC SqUAD. 



(^uentin L. Dever 
Waldon D. Osier 
Frank P. Dolloff 
Rudolph H. Burraaster 



Chester R. 
Edward C. 
Joseph A. 
Matthew C. 



Clark 
Lawless 
Grimes 

Sweeney 



Patrolman Frederick V/. Lundberg 

" Percy C. McParlane 

" Andrew Markhard 

" George A. Foster 

" Thomas A. Sullivan 

" Stephen L. Cosgrove 

" Harry H. Benn 

" James B. Connolly 



Patrolman Ray C. ThomTos 



PROM DIVISION 5 TO THE TRAFFIC S^UAD. 



Leonard J. Delaney 
Manuel J. Suzan 
William L. Tucker 
Edward F. Crowley 
John J. Ward 



Patrolman John J. McDonald 
" James F. Collins 
" Alphonse N. Beauvais 

Cecil E. Lewis 
" Edward W. Fallon 



II 



FROM DIVISION 6 TO THE TRAFFIC Sq,UAD. 
Robert C. Scorgie Patrolman George J. Fallon 



1632 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEIffiER 26, I919. 



Contd, 



General Order 



Transferred to "Traffic Squad" - contd. 
FROM DIVISION 7 TO TEE TRAFFIC Sq,UAD. 



Patrolman Charles Gould 
" John A. Kelley 



N 

n 
n 

H 
N 



Patrolman Irving H. Hoyt 
" Patrick Neylon 



FROM DIVISION 9 TO THE TRAFFIC SQ,UAD. 

HiimTDert Altano Patrolman Charles Bailey 
Patrolman Prank P. Bradley 

PROM DIVISION 10 TO THE TRAFFIC SqUAD. 



Leon W. Jones 
Patrick J. McCarthy 
Patrick F. Reagan 
John J. McGovern 
Walter T. Hallett 



Patrolman Patrick P. Hannon 
" Louis E. Webb 
" Robert K. Garland 
" Theodore Anderson 
" James J. Dunn 



PROM DIVISION 11 TO THE TRAFFIC SqUAD. 

Benjamin P. Hodgkinson Patrolman McGrady L. Logan 
John J. Gilmore " Stephen McGrail 

FROM DIVISION 13 TO THE TRAFFIC Sq,UAD. 

William W. Jackson Patrolman John P. H. Van Lier 
Thomas J. Leary " Michael J. Kilgallon 

Joseph Sullivan " Martin J. Coakley 

Patrolman James A. Steele 



PROM DIVISION 14 TO THE TRAFFIC SQUAD. 



Frederick V. Gould 
Herbert V. Horton 



Patrolman Henry E. Hart 

" Oscar P. Pennington 



FROM DIVISION 1? TO THE TRAFFIC SQ,UAD. 



George W. Gardner 
Herbert S. Scott 
Robert S. McLeod 
Albert R. Dias 
Robert Tucker 
John P. Lyons 



Patrolman George W. quilty 
" Paul Klose 
" George M. Pish 
" Prank L. Carrie 
" Edward J. McGee 
" Arthur J. Murphy 



Patrolman Antony Mulligan 



1633 



BOSTON, TODEESDAY, NOVELEBER 26, 19 19, 



Contd. 



General Order - Transferred to "Traffic Squad" - concluded. 

FROM DIVISION I6 TO THE TRAFFIC SQUAD. 



Patrolman William 0. Taylor Patrolman 
" William B. Boyden " 

" William J. Lamb " 

" John E. Fogarty " 

" George E. Hoarle " 

" Albert G. Lundgren " 
" John J. Criramins- " 

" Norman P. Cross " 

" Leo Herlihy 

Patrolman Harold F. Brackett 
•• Fred Doyon 
" John C. Eddy 
" Patrick A. Hurley 



James J. Coleman 
Warner C. Deardon 
Walter I. Garland 
William J. Kankard 
Clarence E. Hyde 
Neil P. Putnam 
Henry J. Bennett 
Arthur T. Prescott 
Edward Quigley 

for movinted duty 



FROM DIVISION 1? TO THE TRAFFIC SQ,UAD. 



Edward C Eagan 
Warren H. Liese 



Patrolman Russell S. R. Morrill 
" Emerald Emery 



FROM DIVISION I6 STABLE TO JOY STREET STABLE. 

For use of Traffic Squad Movinted Men: 
Horses #360, #366, #374, #380 and #384. 

Lieutenant Hoppe will see that each of the above named Patrol- 
men are placed on crossings, or on traffic, with members of the 
First Motor Corps. The first day the Patrolman assigned with each 
Motor Corps man will stand on the sidewalk or in the middle of the 
street and carefully observe how the traffic is handled. The 
Motor Corps man will, when in his Judgment the Patrolman is 
qualified, allow the Patrolman to direct traffic under his direc- 
tion. When in the opinion of Lieutenant Hoppe the Patrolmen are 
qualified to handle and direct traffic, he will notify the 
Superintendent . 

Patrolmen on traffic duty will be given time to attend the 
school of instruction imtil they have been excused from further 
attendance by Captain King, but they will not attend the drill. 



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



1098 Campbell, 
1336 Dowd, 



William T. 
Daniel F. Jr. 



108 Rosewood St., Dor., 
2460 Washington st. 



1634 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, I919 



Contd. 



The application of Samuel Gordon for a Jmik Shop Keeper's 
License at 24 Tennyson street was granted for the year ending 
April 30, 1920. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
transfers of their Junk Shop Keeper's Licenses were granted :- 



Edinberg, 
Lemer, 



Bernard M. 
Barnet 



from 574- Commercial st. , 
to 498-^02 •' " 
from 130 Hudson " 
to 171 W. Fourth " 



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. 



Guy, 
Myott, 



Powers, 



Victor \ 23 St. Stephens st . , 

Leo M. ; 414 Medford st., Som. , 
approved by A. Van Valen, District Superinten- 
dent, American District Telegraph Company, 
Thomas F. 68 High st., C. D. , 

approved by H. B. Fanning, Auditor, Disburse- 
ment, 45 Broad St. 



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



Hamburger, 
Kolastrant, 



Louis 
Benjamin D. 



234 Newbury st . , 
30 Staniford st. 



1635 



BOSTON, WEDIOISDAY, NOVSIIBER 26, 1919 . Concluded. 



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



Costa, 
Radio Bros. 



Thomas 



28 

191 



Dock 
W 



sq., 

Newton 



st. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending November 27, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$45,989.50 

625.13 
516.84 

199.^2 

63-85 

$47,394.74 



Attest 




Chief CI 



1636 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COmnSSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, November 27, I919. 



Thanksgiving Day, and a legal holiday. 



1637 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COJ.MISSIOITER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Friday, November 28, 1919. 



Police Commissioner 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 :- 

The resignation of Patrolman Joseph J. Barry of Division 
1 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
as of Thursday, November 27, 1919. at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



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

James F. Dillon, Patrolman assigned to Division 6, was 
on November 22, 1919, dismissed from the Police Department for 
being intoxicated while on duty. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing on November 22nd to said James F. Dillon, who 
has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid charge within the 
time specified by law. 



The application of the Hanover Athletic Club, Incorporat- 
ed, by J. J. McGinnity, President, for an Amusement License to 
have a wrestling match in Mechanics Building located at 111 
Huntington avenue on Wednesday evening, December 17, current, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



1638 



BOSTOl-J, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919 



Contd, 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take 
effect Friday, November 28, 1919. at the hours designated :- 

At 7»45 A. M. 

Patrolman Arthur M, Lawrence, 
•♦ John R. Murphy, 

Clarence A. Cobb, 
Herbert T. Corkery, 
Herbert P. Anderson, 
George L. W. Reid, 



From Division Id to the Traffic 

Squad, 



Patrick F. Connolly, " 

At 8.00 A. 



" Traffic 

Squad. 



N 

n 
•I 
II 
II 
n 



William B. Boyden, 
William J. Lamb, 
John E. Fogarty, 
Jolin J. Crimmins, 
James J. Coleman, 
Walter I. Garland, 

Edward A. Irwin, 



From the Traffic Sqviad to Division 

16 



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

Abraham Cohen et al - as the Proskurov Progressive Society of 
Boston for promoting social intercourse ajnorig its members; and 
encouraging their educational improvement; no fixed location. 

Gordon B. Hebb et al - as the Motor Truck Club of Massachusetts! 
Incorporated, for affording an opportunity for the mutual advance- 
ment and benefit of the members of the club and assuring the 
protection of the public; no fixed location. 



1639 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEJCBER 28, I919 



Contd. 



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



2555 Griffin, 
2554 Luks, 



John J. 
Peter 



158 Glendale st., Everett, 
33 Olive av., Maiden. 



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. 



176,832 
175.466 



Luks, Peter 
Smith, Abraham 



in a garage at 

H ti n II 



20 Custom House st., 
119 Portland st. 



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



94,517 Green, Roland P. 
166,156 Murray, Stanley R. 



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



114 Colonial rd. , 
3 Maitland st. , 
1926 Columbus av. , 
2580 Washington st, 



The application of the Commonwealth Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by Edward F. Tracy, 21 Lambert avenue, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to play in front of Faneuil Hall at 
a meeting to be held under the auspices of the Republican Club 
of Massachusetts on Saturday, November 29, current, from 12. 30 to 
12.45 p. m. , was granted. 



1640 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEIiCBER 28, 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. 



Elston, 

Howe, 

Welch, 



Thomas A. 
Harold B. 
Edward W. 



54 Bushnell St., 

32 Thetford av. , D. D., 

33 Congreve at., Ros. 



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



Kidd, 
Shurtleff , 



Alexander 
George F. 



43 Sagamore st. 
30- Cliff St. 



On the application of The National Shawmut Bank of Boston 
"by William S. Town, Assistant Cashier, Henry A. MacDonald was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises #40 Water street for the year ending March 3I. 1920. 



.flvj^y^ fixe. a-. P '^^^• 



The application of Patrolman Carl L. Miner of Division 5 
for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing 
November 27, current, on account of the death of his father at 
Richford, Vermont, was granted without pay. 



1641 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEIffiER 28, I919, 



Contd. 



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



98,174 
OI386A 
OI386B 



HACKICTIY CARRIAGE 

Di Muzio , Giuseppe 
McDonald, John & Co 

all granted July : 
4-0,533 Capisto, Angelo 
58,737 Richter, Emil G. 
01 575b Stanton, Frank H. 

all granted July 24, I919. 

HAiro CART 

45 Cornetta, Louis in front of 

48 Gourio, Joseph '• " " 

53 Olivieri, Angelo " " " 
all granted July I8 , I919. 

JUMK COLLECTOR 

Adelman, Rubin 15 

Berman, Hyman I82 

Blitt, Louis 78 

Lampert, David 76 

all granted April 30, 1919. 

Monahan, Thomas J. 143 

Segal, Frank 311 

Zillerraan, Alfred 200 

all granted May 5, I919. 

Baron, Hyman 12 

Mike , Harry 29 

both granted May 12, I919. 

Coughlin, Michael F. 7& 

Levy, Israel 87 

Lichter, Lipe 129 

all granted May 19 , I919. 

Schwartz , Barney 249 

granted May 26, 1919. 



in a garage at 


21 


Hawkins st., 


•1 11 M H 


209 


South St. , J. 


1919. 






in a garage at 


114 


Colonial rd. , 


ti II n II 


541 


Trenont st.. 


II II II n 


568 


Columbia rd. , 



338 Commercial st., 
o4 Sndicott st. , 
3 Snowhill st. , 



Allen St. , ' 
Harold St. , 
Ruggles st. , 
White St., E. B., 

Mo re land st . , 
Chelsea st . , E. B., 
Market st., B. D., 

Parkraan s t . , 
Revere st., 

Hampden st . , 
Reed St., 
Harrishof st., 

Shawmut av . , 



ITIITORAITT MUSICIANS ' 

Gianoni, Peter 2 Board alley 

Grosse, Michele rear 49 Charter st., 
Pocita, Domenico 421 Commercial st. 

all granted September 30 , 1919. 



1642 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919 



Contd. 



Licenses Cancelled for "Non-payment" - contd. 

PRIVATE DETECTIVE 

10 Helena rd. , D. D. , 



Davis, Jolin W. 

granted DecernlDer 11, I918, 
Cronin, Edward A. 

granted February I8, 1919 > 
Meroth, Joseph ?. 

granted May 9, 19 19, 
Palladino, Hector 

granted May 22, 1919, 
Carle , Perlie P. 

granted July 31, 1919, 
Aronson, Alexander J. 

granted August 12, 1919* 



40 Court St., 
5 Torrey st. , D. D. , 

18 Ashley st. , E. B. , 
262 Washington st . , 
150 Princeton st., E. B. , 



SECOIH) HAND ARTICLES 



214 Broadway, 
71 Broadway, 
11 Green st., 



H. P, 



Aronson, Israel J. 
Prankel , Harry 
Rosenberg, Samuel I. 

all granted April 30 , I919, 
Leshinsky, Fene 19 Salem st., 

^uirk, Harry 1 Oakland av. 

Schwalb, Max rear 110 Folsora st., 

all granted May 5, I919. 
Talhara, George F. II3I Treraont st., 

granted September 26, 1919- 
Pearlstein, Ray 1288 Washington st . , 

granted October 14, 1919. 

WAGON 

1382) B. 3. Freight & Express Co. in front of 321 North st., 
14-03)* 

4807 Bandanza, Joseph in front of 337 North st., 
5604 Bookman, Jacob " " " 204 Commercial st., 

500^ 

731 
5267. 
1474 r Boston Forwarding & Transfer Co. in front of #12 House 

899 New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad I 

1085 1 

•10 2j^ 

6l48 Bowley, George S. 

1141 Gonti, Jerry 



in front of 

II H II 



539 Tremont st., 
337 North St. , 



1643 



BOSTOIT, FRIDAY, NOVEIffiER 28, 1919 



Contd. 



Licenses Cancelled for "Non-payment" - contd, 

WAGON - contd. 



6324] 

6323 
6322 

6321, 

6090 

2220 

3317 

3677) 

1400/ 

6151 

6258 
5970 

6406 
3974 

3764 

3407 

477 

5651 

5791 
5447 
5787 

1423 

4463 

1450 

5155] 
3313 

3553 
3557; 
2108 
4437 
159 



1872 

5176 

3659 
6243 

1555 
3227 

3173 
1764 



Cressey Contracting Co. in front of 140 Dover st 



Dolliver, Joseph B. 
Dunpiiy, Nicholas P. 
Glennon, Frank J. 
Goldman, Harris 

Grant, Frank H. 
Green, Jacob 
Hanson Bros. 
Hurvitz, Louis 
Lawton & O'Donnell 
Marston's Express 
Merchants Jamaica PI 
McDougall, Alex 
Natale, Salvatore 
Novella, James 
Nutile, Pasqiiale 
Pontefract, W. P. 
Rizzo, Michael 
Roggiero, Pietro M. 
Romosuglia, Antonio 
Santolino, Giacorao 

Smith, J. B. 



Towle, P. P. 
Weiner, Nathan 
Wende, Pritz A. C. 



Rose St. 
in front 



ain Ex. in 

Joy st 



M 
II 

n 
II 

s.e 

of 
II 

II 

II 

II 

11 

n 



'^'] Kingston st. , 
103 Central st. , 

36 Broad st . , 
356 Harrison av. , 
cor. " " 
8 Maryland st. , 
669 Shawmut av. , 
41 Mercantile st. 
27 Lewis Wharf, 
13 India st. , 
15 Devonshire st. 
5 Sears st . , 



in front of 41 Mt. Vernon st. 



in front of 



It 
II 
II 
It 
II 
II 

M 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 

n 



II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



a stable at 

front of 
II 



1919 



all granted July 
Carty, Stephen J. 
Delap, George 
Donahue, Cornelius 
Hess, Walter V. 
Hurley, Prank C. 
Proctor, John L. 
Roma Importing Co. 
William, Roy N. " 

all granted July I8. 1919. 



in 
It 

11 

N 
H 

on 

in 



121 Beverly st. , 

136 Atlantic av. , 
21 No. Margin st. , 
35 Endicott st. , 

183 North st . , 
78 Northampton st. 

337 North St., 

35 Endicott st. , 
18 " " 

36 No. Centre st . 
36 " " " 
36 " " " 
25 Broad St. , 

141 Harrison av., 
Railroad Bridge, 
Boylston st. , 



129 Cross st. , 
51 Hanover st . , 
53 Hanover st . , 
15 Devonshire st, 
" 361 Warren st. , 
Stanhope ct . , 
of 163 Pulton St. , 
" Public Alley #102, 



1644 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, NOVEIffiER 28, 1919- 



Concluded. 



Licenses Cancelled for "Non-payment" - concluded. 





WAGON - 


concluded. 








2277 


Coombs Chelsea Ex. 


in 


front 


of 


36 


Broad st. , 


6791 


Lorenzo, Anthony 


n 


rear 


H 


100 


Federal st. , 


6505 


McQ,ueeney & Moffett 


II 


front 


II 


103 


Central st., 


6608 


Rider, Louis G. 


H 


II 


II 


35 


Broad st . , 


1493 


Sullivan, Joseph A. 


II 


II 


II 


32 


Friend st. , 


617 




( " 


II 


II 


73 


So. Market st . , 


636 


Wilkins, P. D. & Co. 


J " 


II 


II 


73 


II 11 It 


1696 




J " 


II 


II 


73 


II If 11 


2814 




I " 


II 


II 


52 


•1 II 11 




USED CAR 


DEALERS 








(Cla 


S3 One) 














Fisher, Proctor 






as 


Proctor Fisher, Inc., 



The Rex Top & Body Company)__ 
James A. Ferns, Pres. J 

both granted October 17, 1919- 
(Class Two) 

Colximbus Motor Company ) 
Alexander D. Adams, j 
Hood, John T. 

North Union Motor & Tire Co . , )^ 
Louis D. Cohen, Treasurer ) 

all granted October 17, 1919- 
(Class Three) 

Brewster Motor Renting Company) 
Joseph F. Brewster J 
granted November 3» 1919 • 



1265 Boylston st., 
100-102 Brookline st. 



10 Columbus av. , 

367 Neponset av. , 
171 Portland st. , 



70 Linden Park st. 



Attest: 




1645 



OFFICE OF TEE POLICE COIIMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemterton square. 



Boston, Saturday, HovemToer 29, 1919 



The following "business was transacted ty the Chief Clerk 
and approved "by the Conunissioner on Monday, December 1, current, 
when the records were read; 



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, November 29, 1919, at 7.45 A. M. : 

Patrolman Arthur J. Mahoney from Division 2 to the Traffic Sqi;iad, 
" Paul W. Crowley •• thr Traffic Squad to Division 2. 



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

The following-named persons are hereby appointed 
Patrolmen, to take effect Saturday, November 29, 1919, at 10.00 
o'clock, A. M., and they are assigned as follows :- 



James M. Durkin 
Charles Flanders 
Chester A. Schicks 
Henry A. Donovan 
James M. Kelley 
Lucius Banks 
John J. Caslunan 
Lawrence J. McLaughlin 
Charles H. Price, Jr. 
Joseph T. Curry 
Francis E. Ryan 
Y/illiam T. J. Ross, Jr. 
James F. Kelly 
Thomas J. Shaw, Jr. 
Edward C. Noonan 



To 




Div. 




4 


James J. Hinchey 


5 


Paul H. Hazen 


1? 


John P. Cavanagh 


3 


John J. Biggins 


11 


Nicholas C. Crossen 


5 


John P. J. Maune 


15 


John P. McCarthy 


10 


John V/edder 


5 


Charles N. Morrison 


10 


Joseph P. Lobinsky 


17 


Frederick P. Langille 


9 


Francis C. Coleman 


10 


John H. McMillan 


4 


John Sullivan 


10 


Otis H. Nickerson 



To 

Div. 

9 
10 

9 
9 

10 
10 

9 

6 

13 

14 

10 

4 

6 

17 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1919- 



Contd, 



The application of the General Diaz Band, consisting of 
twenty musicians, by Generoso Rossi, 353 Hanover street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the funeral procession 
of Maria and Teresa Licause on Svrnday, November 30 • current, from 
2 to 4 p. m., was granted. 

Route: Prom 149 Endicott street to Prince, Salem, Hanover, 
Charter and North streets to Church on North square thence Rich- 
mond and Hanover streets to Prince street. 



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



Connolly, 
Gadbois, 



Locke, 

Wyman, 



Army Supply Ease, So. Boston, 

n It It It II 



Thomas L 
Leo A.f 

approved by Major George H. Hahn, quarter- 
master of Construction, 

George A. 11 Alban st . , Dorchester, 

approved by A. B. Strecker, President, 

Equitable Trust Company, 
Arthur W. 51 Stanton st . , D. D., 

approved by Arthur \7. Wyman, Secretary, Moore 
& Wyman Electric & Machine Works. 



On the application of Major George H. Hahn, Construction 
^iiartermaster, the following named persons were appointed Special 
Police Officers for duty in and about the premises of the Army 
Supply Base located in South Boston for the year ending March 31, 
1920. 

Joseph J; Crowley, 
Leo A. Gadbois. 



1646 



A. 



The application of Patrolman Thomas S. Connorton of 
Division 15 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars 
for the arrest of Walter J. Crowley, a deserter from the U. S. S. 
Dixie, was granted. 



1647 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, I919 



Concluded. 



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



Cavagnaro, Victor P. 
G. Angelo Fruit Co. 
Green's Studio 
Manning, John 
Putzman, Sigmimd D. 
Stanley Garage Company 



15 Federal st. , 
41-42 So. Market st., 

37 Tremont st . , 
634 Huntington av,, 
29-§- Tremont st. , 

30 Hancock st . , D. D. 



Attest