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Full text of "[Police records. vol. 56. Jan. 1, 1919 to Dec. 31, 1919 [manuscript] / Office of the Police Commissioner]. December (pp.1648-1757)."

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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COmilSSIOKER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Monday, Decera'ber 1, I919. 



1648 



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

The records of Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Mack McKenzie of Division 15 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect as 
of Saturday, November 29, 1919. at 5*^5 o'clock, P. M. 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take effect, 
Tuesday, December 2, 1919. at 7 '^5 A. M. : 1 

Patrolman George M. Fish from the Traffic Squad to Div. 1^, 
•• Charles E. J. Gallant " Division 7 to " 16,, 
" Ivory 0. Pinkhara " " 16 •• the Traffic 

Squad. ' 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Llary E. Wilson et al for a charter as 
the Women's Service Club of Boston for promoting a broad spirit and 
active co-operation in community welfare; and to inculcate a desire 
among ii^.B members for and to do philanthropic work; no fixed 
location. 



1649 



BOSTOIT, MOITOAY, DECEMBER 1, 1919 



Contd. 



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



2557 Carter, James A. 

255^8 Cullington, Victor E. 

495 Leary, William V. 

2550 Steiman, Charles 



71 West land av. , 

11 Harriet av. , Belmont, 
41 Earragut rd . , 

12 Hansborough st. 



The application of Charles Steiman for a license #174,833 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 250 Woodrow 
avenue was granted for the year ending June 2,0, I920. 



The application of Louis Shugerman for a license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at 22 Porter street, East Boston, was 
rejected. 



The application of Oscar Lundberg for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 397 Washington street 
to 394 Washington street was granted. 



A Used Car Dealer's License of the second class was 
granted to Daniel A. Doyle Jr. as D. A. Doyle at 291 Colvcnbus 
avenue for the year ending December 31, I919. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEIffiER 1, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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



Division I6. 



6922 Christmas, Richard T. 

6923 Roper, William J. 



in front of 
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48 Gloucester st, 
27 Stanhope st. 



The application of Chief Inspector John R. McGarr of the 
Bureau of Criminal Investigation for leave of absence from duty for 
three days, commencing November 30> current, on account of the 
death of his brother was granted without pay. 



1650 



The application of Patrolman Joseph F. Normile of Division 
15 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the 
arrest of John W. Loyle, a deserter from the United States Navy, 
was granted. 



Atteet; 



Chief clCirkV. 



1651 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, Decem'ber 2, I919, 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

It is essential for the proper carrying on of police 
work and police business tliat the members of the Force, and 
especially the new members, must be made to understand thoroughly 
that police matters that come to their knowledge or attention must 
not be discussed with anybody except when necessary in the perform- 
ance of duty. Commanding Officers will therefore impress upon the 
members of the Force that it is a serious breach of the Rules and 
Regulations for any member to give information to anybody concern- 
ing police matters. Commanding Officers will see that this rule 
is rigidly obeyed and will report at once any information thereof, 
at the same time preferring charges against the offender. 



The application of Alonzo C. Corthell, 13I Massachusetts 
avenue. East Lexington, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License 
#1447 was granted for the year ending Jxine 30, 1920. 



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



"^ "f/ao, p./ro, iLrL. in 



Boyce, 

Cardinal, 

Franklin, 

Harper, 

Hosmer, 

Wood, 



Edward C. 
Pasquale 
George 
William Jr. 
Robert L. 
Frederick M. 



76 Devonshire st., 
1863 River St. , 
137 Harold st. , 
275 Normandy st. , 
117 Federal st., 
1 Park St. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEIyffiER 2, 1919 • 



Contd. 



On the application of Prank O'Brien, Manager, the follow- 
ing named persons were appointed Special Police Officers for duty 
in and about the premises of the Superb Theatre located at 1120 
Columbus avenue for the year ending March 31. 1920. 

William Hartin 
Christopher O'Brien. 



1652 






On the application of the Eagle Amusement Company by 
H. I. Wasserman, President, Henry A. Burden was appointed a Special ^m>v^ &*<=. 4, yoiiti- 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the Eagle 
Theatre located at 2225-2231 Washington street for the year 
ending March 31, 1920. 



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



Officers. 



MacDonald, 

Crowley, 

Gadbois, 



Henry A. 
Joseph J 
Leo A. 



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Appointed, 

November 28, 1919, 
•• 29, 1919. 



A Used Car Dealer's License of the second class was 
granted to the Codman Square Garage, Incorporated, D. P. Cobb, 
Treasurer, at 647 Washington street, Dorchester, for the year 
'jnding December 2,1, 1919- 



1653 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEIffiER 2, I919- 



Concluded. 



The Wagon License #3274- granted to R. E. Braese on July 
1, 1919. "to locate in front of 36O Hanover street was cancelled 
"by reason of the licensee having sold his wagon. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June ^0, I920. 



in front of 360 Hanover st., 



3 Mt. Pleasant av. 



Division 1. 

3274 Ebert, Charles J. 

in place of R. E. Braese. r 

v^ Division 9. 

2596 Locaglio, Joseph in front of 

Division I6. 

6924 Barr, Joseph in front of 788 Beacon st. 



The application of Patrolman Harvey A. Shipp of Division 
13 for leave of absence from duty for one day, conimencing December 
2, current, to attend to private business in Peabody, Massachusetts, 
was granted without pay. 



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

Boston & Springfield Despatch Ex. Co. Inc. 9 Otis st., 
Schnipper, Morris 159 Washington st., 

Taber, John P. I8I Federal st. 



Attest: 



Chief C%£^ 



1j654 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pembertan square. 



Boston, Wednesday, DecemlDer 3, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

William Clouten, Patrolman assigned to Division 1, was on ITo- 
vember 28, I919, disnissed fron the Police Departj;ient for being intoxi- 
cated v/hile on duty and leaving his route without per.nission. 

Due notice of such dismissal v/as duly and specifically given 
in writing on November 28, I919, to said William Clouten, who has not 
requested a hearing on the aforesaid charge within the tine specified '^y 
law. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman William E. Burke of 
Division 17 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Wednesday, December 3, 1919, at 7.45 A. M. 



The application of the Happy Go I^uckies Club by Loretta 
Farley, President, for an Amusement License to have a dancing party 
in Arcadia Hall located at the corner of Adams street and Dorchester 
avenue on Monday evening, December 1, current, was forwarded to His 
Honor the Mayor approved. 



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BOSTON, WEDIJESDAY, DECEMBER 3, I919 . 



Contd. 



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

The follov/inc named persons are hereby appointed Patrolmen to 
take effect V/edjieaday, December 3, I919, at 10.00 o'clock. A, M. and 
they are assigned as follows:- . 





To 




Div. 


Edwin J. Flynn 


16 


Hugh C. Jones 


10 


John J. lilc Govern 


13 


John J. Carey 


10 


Francis LI. Burke 


7 


George' R. Day 


I 


Harold E. ITickerson 


Joseph' I/Iaraghy 


I 


John J. Tiche 


Michael J. O'Connor 


17 


Laniel T. I(ynch 


3 


Walter E. Schacht 


4 


James T. Hall 


10 


Maurice J. McElroy 


14 


Elmer J. Casey 


10 


Charles Fo Reardon 


15 


Frank J. Conlan 


15 


William A, Brown 


11 


Chester Lc Burton 


15 


William P. Kelly 


10 


Joseph Olson 


4 


Patrick F. Giiclirist 


15 


Patrick Co Gannon 


4 


Christopher A. Halleran 


10 


Paul Jo Murnane 


10 


William G. Clancy 


15 


David J, Sheehan 


10 


John F. Flanagan 


10 


Charles A. Bostwick 


11 


Joseph F. Lawless 


15 


William J. Harrow 


17 


Andrew J. Mullen 


y 


Arthur L. Macomber 


15 


Martin F. Q,uinn 


10 


Hiilllp J. A3choff 


19 



To 
Div. 



James P. O'lvlalley 
Harold J. Harkness 
Kanute G. Siraenson 
Glennie E, Kimball at-^-J^^xM. 
Charles F, Hood 
William L, Bierman 
John F. Do Ian 
George H. Dinsmore 
William G. Dujin 
Bernard J, Graham 
Joseph A. O'lialley 
Thomas F. OUalley 
Lucien H. Vodon 
William H. Brown 
Frank E- Freddy 
Theodore Ro Scherex 
Thomas S&vage 
Francis M. Harrington 
William B. F= Lee 
George R. Hobbs, Jr. 
Hugh D. Brady- 
Mortimer T. O'Connor 
Timothy F, llaloney 
Joseph F, Gallant 
John P, Gavin 
Martin J, Conroy 
Michael R, O'Leary 
George F. Weckbacher 
Michael Jo Sullivan 
James E. McPhee 
Stephen J. Sheehan 
Edwin M« Peardon 
Matthew King 
John Jo Ward 
Felix F. Sharkey 



1] 
10. 



165IS 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEIIBER 3, 1919- 



Contd. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill twenty-five vacancies in 
the position of Patrolman with pay at the rate of Fourteen Hundred 
(1400) Dollars per annum, and for the application and examination 
papers and police reports of such persons. 



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

Francis S. Clark et al - as the Greek Evangelical Association 
of America for the purpose of interdenominational Christian work 
among the Greeks of. America "by establishing preaching stations, 
sending out preachers and workers, through Bible schools and Young 
Peoples Societies and through publications; no fixed location. 

William D. Kenney et al - as St. Mark's Catholic Club of 
Dorchester for providing facilities for its members and to promote 
the civic welfare of the community; to be located at 1867-1873 
Dorchester avenue. 



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



1026 



Doherty, 
Doerfler, 



William J. 
Alfred M. 



Jl Roseland st., D. D., 
)4 Brownell st. , Medford. 



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. 



78,783 Doerfler, Alfred M. 
76,386 Doherty, William J. 



in a garage at 

•IN N W 



119 Portland st. , 
1674 Dorchester av. 



1657 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, I919 



Contd. 



The application of Daniel E. Ahem, I6 Austin street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Conmonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



On the application of John J. Dwyer, Commander, Post #54-, 
American Legion, Robert J. McHugh was appointed a Special Police 
Officer for duty in and about the premises of Booth's Hall located 
on Saratoga street for the year ending March 31» 1920. 

The above named McHugh appeared and made oath to faith- 
fully and impartially perform all the duties incumbent on him as a 
special police officer. 



On the application of E. L. Keefer, Agent, John O'Hare 
Jr. was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Boston and Albany Railroad located in the East 
Boston District for the year ending March 31. 1920. 



3J*>*A/vO 



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On the application of the B. F. Keith Theatre Company of 
>(.(?(« Boston by John P. Gorman, Treasurer, Joseph A. Parkman was appointed 
a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises 
i^5^5r5^7 Washington street, 162-163 Tremont street and 4-1-43 
Mason street for the year ending March ^1, I920. 



1658 



BOSTON. WEDNESDAY, DEGEIfflER 3, 1919 • 



Concluded. 



Patrolman Patrick A. MacKinnon of Division 6 who was 
granted an indefinite leave of absence September 5> 1917, to enter 
the United States Army, having been honorably discharged therefrom, 
returned to duty at ^.^^ P. M. , December 3. 1919* 



Attest: 




Chie 



i639 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOiraiR. 
29 Pemberton sqiJiare. 



Boston, Thursday, December 4, 1919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Commission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the 
position of temporary hostler for two months, commencing November 
10, current, with pay at the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) Dollars 
per annvim. 



The application of Thomas King for an Auctioneer's 
License at 606 "A" Washington street was granted for the year 
ending December 31. 1919 • 



The application of Richard F. Lopez, 293 Main street, 
Watertown, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #971 was granted 
for the year ending June ^0 , 1920. 



The application of Frank D. Manuel, 22 Emerson street, 
for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2402 was 
granted. 



1660 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, DSCEIIBER 4, I919. 



Contd. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Junk Shop Keepers' Licenses were rejected :- 



Katz, 

Perlmuter, 

Silverman, 



Abraliam S. 

Louis 

Joseph 



117 Commerce st. 
147 North St., 
159 Milk St. 



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

Conductor, 

n 
II 
II 

H 
II 
II 

n 

N 

•I 
II 

H 
N 
II 
H 
II 
II 
It 

n 

N 

II 

H 

n 

H 

n 
It 

N 

n 

N 

N 
N 

n 

N 



339 


Hagar , 


Guy I. S. 




3?03 


Higgins, 


B. 


E. 




2874 


Pahy, 


T. 






2647 


Goldstein, 


D. 


B. 




2615 


Hickey, 


E. 


J. 




236J 


Ryan, 


J. 


J. 




2228 


Barker, 


L. 


A. 




2522 


McPadden, 


J. 


A. 




2116 


McMsJcin, 


W. 


L. 




2411 


Ho ran. 


J. 


J. Jr. 




2068 


McKenzie, 


J. 


P. 




2415 


Leavy, 


J. 


A. 




2725 


Summers, 


P. 


J. 




2622 


Monaghan, 


J. 






2^13 


Tuffey, 


R. 


J. 




2881 


McGowan, 


C. 


H. 




2036 


Grotte, 


R. 


D. 




2441 


McCarty, 


J. 


J. 




2681 


Herbst, 


H. 


L. 




2516 


Wright, 


J. 


H. 




2014 


Forbes, 


H. 


A. 




2132 


McGrath, 


J. 


J. 




1845 


Miner, 


Milo C. 




2152 


Henderson, 


W. 


P. 




2716 


Nickerson, 


w. 


G. 




2701 


Lewis, 


c. 


E. 




3589 


McFadden, 


c. 






3165 


Demers, 


L. 


L. 




102 


Smith, 


Chauncey 


E 


1336 


Federal, 


S. 


H. 




2108 


Downey, 


J. 


A. 




3089 


Webber, 


W. 


V. 




1455 


McGuire, 


c. 


J. 





1661 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, DECEKBER 4, I919 . 



Contd. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Cancelled - concluded. 



2461 


Manson, 


P. 


0. 


Motorman, 


2466 


Finneran, 


J. 


M. . 


n 


2440 


Sheehy, 


M. 




M 


2492 


Spencer, 


R. 




N 


2477 


McLaughlin, 


J. 


J. 


N 


2422 


Becker, 


J. 




N 


2247 


Leydon, 


T. 




R 


2058 


Ye Oman , 


W. 


E. 


R 


2000 


Walsh, 


J. 


J. 


H 


2463 


Reilly, 


T. 


J. 


R 


2454 


McCarthy, 


J. 


B. 


H 


2504 


Elan chard, 


C. 


L. E. 


n 


3144 


Dun a tan. 


H. 


J. 


n 


2458 


Scott, 


E. 


J. 


n 


2100 


Kilroy, 


J; 


H. 


n 


2094 


Robinson, 


H. 


S. 


H 


2456 


Ward, 


F. 


p.. 


H 


2369 


Savoy, 


A. 




n 


2167 


Gannon, 


J. 


J. 


R 


2568 


Blacker, 


J. 


J. 


H 


2559 


Schayer, 


G. 


P. 


R 


2510 


Hoarle, 


G. 


E. 


R 


102 


Smith, 


Chavmcey E. 


R 


1212 


Cawley, 


John 


R 


1455 


Andres, 


William B. 


H 


1035 


Miner, 


P, 


A. 


R 


339 


Hagar, 


Guy I. S. 


Starter, 


102 


Smith, 


Chauncey E. 


n 



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



Durden, 



Henry A. 
O'Brien, 



Hart in, 
Christopher 



William 



1662 



BOSTOII, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1919- 



Concluded. 



The application of Joseph P. Downey for a transfer of his 
Used Car Dealer's License from 59 Braintree street, Brighton, to 
651 Beacon street was granted. 



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



Cataloni, 

(^uinn, 



Domenick 
Philip H. 



534 Treraont st . , 
1357 Blue Hill av. 



The application of Irving Berry for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 277 Blue Hill avenue was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that 
a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



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

$ 21.91 
30.68 
30.68 



Patrol. 


Charles H. Bullock, 


Div. 


4, 


5 days, 


n 


John H. Spratt, 


II 


12, 


7 " 


N 


James S. Norton, 


n 


16, 


7 •• 



I 83.27 



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



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 
Attest: 



$46,749.38 
625.13 
527.19 
199.42 

63-85 
$48,164.97 




Chief 



1663 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMlIISSIOlffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Friday, December 5» 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 :- 

Harry H. Lasover, Patrolman assigned to Division 3» ^^-s 
on December 1, 1919, dismissed from the Police Department for 
walking and talking unnecessarily and not on police business with 
divers and sundry civilians both male and female while on duty and 
while in uniform, and for smoking a cigarette during his tour of 
duty and while in full imiform and on regular patrol duty. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing on December 1, I919, to said Harry H. Lasover, who 
has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid charge within the time 
specified by law. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Joseph F. Gaffney of 
Division 1? having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Friday, December 5. 1919. at ^.4-^ o'clock, P. M. 



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



2172 McCarthy, 
2560 Hogan, 



Charles J. 
Coleman J. 



30 Belvidere st . , 
II06 Harrison av. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECELIBER 5, 1919 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made "by Captain James P. 
Sullivan of Division 2 for violation of Rule 3? of "the Rules and 
Regulations of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OP RULE 35 OP THE RUI^S 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 Pederation of Labor, an organization, club or body 
outside the Department and not a Post of the Grand Army of the 
Republic, the 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 Richard Pitzgerald, John E. Driscoll and 
John J. Rooney, on the nineteenth day of November, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Carroll by giving 
him a true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and 
pleaded guilty to the charge and the Board foiind him guilty as 
charged in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding 
and with the recommendation of the Board ordered that the said 
Patrolman Daniel J. Carroll be dismissed from the Police 
Department, to take effect Friday, December 5> 19^9 1 at 5*^5 P* M. 



1664 



The application of Nathaniel Butler for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #176,183 on Garrison street, in 
front of Garrison Hall, was granted. 



166S 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919. 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaints made by Captain James P. 
Sullivan of Division 2 against Patrolmen John F. McGillicuddy and 
Patrick J. Lydon, both of Division 2, 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 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 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 Richard Fitzgerald, John E. Driscoll and 
John J. Rooney, on the nineteenth day of November, current, after 
due: notice had been served on the said Patrolmen McGillicuddy and 
Lydon 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 finding and with the recommendation of the Board, 
ordered that the said Patrolmen John F. McGillicuddy and Patrick 
J. Lydon each perform two hundred and ten hours' punishment duty and 
forfeit seven days' pay. 



The petition of The Boston Terminal Company, a railroad 
corporation having a passenger station in this city, praying for 
the appointment of 



Hundley, 
Lalley, 



Peyton 
George J. 
McLaney, 



Lynch, Daniel 
McGoldrick, Michael 
John J. 



being persons in the employment of said railroad corporation, as 
railroad police officers of and for said corporation, was acted 
upon, and upon said petition the persons named therein, being 
persons in the employment of said corporation, were appointed 
police officers to act as railroad police officers of and for said 
corporation for the purposes and with the powers set forth in 
Chapter 4-63 of the Acts of I906 and Acts in addition thereto and 
amendatory thereof, to hold said office until said appointment is 
revoked according to law. 



I66|5 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMEER 5, 1919 



Contd. 



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

68 Crest rd. , Wellesley, 
167 W. Brookline st. , 

69 Curve St., Wellesley, 
67 Irving St., Fraraingham, 

1412 Commonwealth av., 
S. Varney, Paymaster, Boston 
& Albany Railroad, So. Station, 
27 Harapstead rd., J. P., 
jor John A. Blanchard.lst Motor 
ichusetts State Guard, 
34 Stanif ord st 



Haley, 


Alfred Jr. 




Karey, 


Timothy F. 




Nash, 


Kenneth W. 


y 


Varney, 


Harley S. 




Wright, 


Burton V7.__ 






approved 'by H. 


Millett, 


Charles W. 




approved by Maj 




Corps, Massa 


Ziskend, 


Joseph 





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



Craig, 

Griffin, 

Mantia, 



Preston W. 
Albert H. 
Salvatore 



680 Massachusetts av., 
19 E. Concord st. , 
33 Pitts St. 



Joseph A. Parlcman, appointed December 3» current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
the duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



On the application of the Boston Elevated Railway Company 
by James Smith, Superintendent of Transportation, licenses were 
granted to the following named persons as conductors and motorraen 
in the employ of said company. 



1663 


Flanagan , 


Frank J. 


Conductor, 


2832 


Gates, 


Stewart A. 


II 


0161 


Kennedy, 


Joseph S. 


It 


0178 


Mooney, 


Earl G. 


« 


2034 


Mclntyre, 


Edward J. Jr. 


n 


0117 


Phelan, 


Richard L. 


II 


2532 


Troy, 


Daniel T. 


II 



1667 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEICBER 5, 1919 



Concluded. 



Boston Elevated Ry. Licenses Granted - concluded. 



0301 


Campbell, ■ 


Warren C. 


Mot 


orman , 


4412 


Erickson, 


Carron 




H 


0300 


McGreehan, 


James 




II 


0298 


Rietchel, 


Paul A. 




II 


1011 


Sheehan, 


William F. 




n 


0299 


Sullivan, 


John J. 




H 



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



CLASS 0MB 

Burnett & Sherman, Inc. 1 
Russell Burnett, Treas.f 

CLASS THREE 

Public Service Tire Company! 
James A. Brennan J 



1019 Commonwealth av. , 



286 Columbus av. 



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:- 



Fector, 


Morris 


59 So. Margin st 


Hastings , 


George H. 


21 West St., 


MacDonnell* s 


Inc. 


86 Tremont st. , 


Newman , 


Abe 


154 Chambers st. 



Attest 



Chief Glerd — ) 



11668 



OJFICE OF THE POLICE COLMISoIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, December 6, I919. 



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



approved 



The records of Thursday and Friday last were read and 



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

The follov/ing nauned persons are hereby appointed Patrolmen, to 
take effect Saturday, December 6, 1919> ^'^ 10.00 o'clock, A. li. , and 
they are assigned as follows :- 



James H, ' Dowd 
Edward P. June 
James A. Redington 
Daniel Tarpey 
James J. Collins 
William A, Barry 
JcEsph M. McGann 
John J, Ferguson 
Clinton Y/. Peabody 
William H, Long 
Michael H. licCormack 
William llcSharry 
Patrick J. Pallon 
John W, Mullaney 
Vincent W, Blackbrurn 
f^harles U, Taylor 
Edward J. Winn 
Jai-ies H, McLaughlin 
John P. Tallent 
John J. Mullen 
Frank P. Delaney 
"Thomas ¥, Noble 
Thomas L, Gookin 
3iTiest L* Worster 
'im^athy P. Cronin 
li chard K. Wales 
Tard M, Bray 
" )bert Wallis 
fohn P. Greenwood 

Salph P» Lockvyood 
awrence J. Higgina 
James P. I^ydon 



To 
Div. 



Joseph H, l.Iahan 
Daniel O'Donnell 
William E. Dooley 
Edward L, Kelley 
James J, Couchlin 
bliver L, Brennan 
Randolph V/, Gordon 
flobert P, Briggg 
William H. McKenzie 
ihcmas J, YLel^y 
Blbridge 11, Rust 
Arthur H, Ifaidreau 
William A. Pox_ 
^ward Dervan 
Frod E. Dickey 
Jeter V. Costello 
iBameiy P, V/hite 
Jeremiah A. Casey 
Jiartin J. I^ons 
Edward J. lioDonald 
J"ohii J. Coffey 
Maurice E, i>>i^an 
Dennis Kjellehor 
David i*. Caswell 

fverett P. Bostwick 
eorge I* Haller 
Jfahn J. Kally 
Harold G. ilitten 
Daniel G, Kendjrick 

Arthur C. Tui^foy 
Joseph C, Mdrgah 
Martin W. Connolly 



To 

Div. 



1' 

1 
1 

1^- 

i3 



1 

1 



1 

13 
1 



I6Q9 

BOSTOII, SATUHDAY, DECEIiIBER 6, 1919- Contd. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Michael J. Ilea of Division 4 

having "been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Saturday, 

Deoembor 6, I919, at 7.4^ ctclock, A. M, 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Alvin B. Grisaman of Division 
6 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Saturday, December 6, 1915, at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



^ 



The application of Michael J. Murphy for North Union 
No. 74 for an Amusement License to have a dancing party in 
Puritan Hall located at 29 Friend street on Tuesday evening, 
December 9i current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor 
approved. 



The application of the Gedemino and other bands, 
consisting of one hxindred fifty musicians, by Anthony Ivas, 
315 Broadway, for a Collective Musicians' License to parade with 
a Committee of Relief for Ravaged Lithviania on Saturday, 
December 6, current, from 12. 30 to 5 P« ni« . was granted. 

Route: From the corner of E street and Broadway via 
Broadway to Park square and Charles street to the Common; 
thence via Beacon street mall to point opposite State House; 
thence diagonally across Common to the Parlcman Band Stand. 



1^0 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1919 . Concluded. 



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



Galvin, 

McCarthy, 

McDevitt, 

MacDonald, 

Northrop, 



Murray , 



18 Boynton st., J. P., 
104 Warrenton st., 
13 Sunnyside st . , 
185 Green st. ,- J. P. , 
_ 524- Massachusetts av., 
approved by A. D. Follansbee, Captain of 
Police, New York, New Haven & Hartford 

Railroad, 
John J. 29 Howell st. 



Jeremiah E 
Daniel F. 
James H. 
Alexander 
Harry T 



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



Graco, 

Scandone, 

Tyler, 



John 

Peter A. 
Cecil C. 



86 Phillips St. , 
337 Maverick st. , 
31 Mt. Vernon st, 



The application of Patrolman John H. Patterson of 
Division 1 for leave of absence from duty for sixty days, commenc- 
ing December 2, current, to regain his health at Medford, was 
granted without pay. 



Attest: 



, a »«'-' ■ 




1671 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIOIR. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Monday, DecemlDer 8, 1919 



Police Conmissioner 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 John J. Shea of Division 

13 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 

as of Friday, December 5, 1919i at 7 A^ o'clock, A. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Rufus S. Carter of Division 
16 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Monday, December 3, I919. at 5.45 o'clock, P.M. 



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

The following transfers are hereby ordered, to take effect 
Tuesday, December 9, 1919t at 7.45 A. M, : 
Patrolman Winfield S. Thompson from Division 2 to the Traffic Squad 
•♦ Chester R. Clark " the Traffic Sqioad to Division 2. 



1672 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, I919, 



Contd. 



A requisition was made on the Civil Service Conmission 
for the names of eligible persons to fill one vacancy in the 
position of janitor with pay at the rate of Eleven Hundred (1100) 
Dollars per annum. Must be a young able-bodied man who understands 
the care of steam boilers. 



Vernon H. Vyse was employed as a clerk in the Bureau of 
Criminal Investigation with pay at the rate of Seven Hundred Fifty 
(750) Dollars per annum, commencing December 8, 1919. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor 
of The Harding Uniform and Regalia Company for the sum of Three 
Thousand Five Hvindred Seventeen and 78/IOO (3, 5^7 '78) Dollars, 
being the amount required to pay them for 33° rubber coats, 655 
rubber cap covers, 224 police caps and 30O whistles, furnished the 
Police Department. Tofbe charged to the Appropriation for Police. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
Jacob Reed's Sons, Incorporated, for the sura of Five Thousand 
Eight Hxindred Forty-three and 20/100 (5,843.20) Dollars, being the 
amount required to pay them for making 352 coats and trousers at 
$16.60 each, furnished the Police Department. To be charged to 
the appropriation for Police. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
The Warrenton Woolen Company for the sum of Thirty-eight Thousand 
One Hundred Seventy-nine and 69/IOO ( 38,179*69) Dollars, being the 
amount required to pay them for 5700-7/8 yards of cloth furnished 
the Police Department. To be charged to the appropriation for 
Police ♦ 



1673 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEIffiER 8, I919, 



Contd. 



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



2562 Foley, Edward 
2561 Ruggieri, Joseph 



280 Massachusetts av. 
172 Salem st. 



The application of the Bvmker Hill Council Band, consist- 
ing of fifteen musicians, by Peter H. Rogers, 12 Decatur street, 
for a Collective Musicians' License to parade with Bunker Hill 
Council, Knights of Coli;imbus, on Monday and Tuesday evenings, 
December 8, and 9. current, from 7*30 to 8.3O p. m. , was granted. 

Route: Prom 44 High street, Charlestown, to Elm, Bunker 
Hill, Chelsea, Adams and Park streets to Washington Street North, 
to Stillman 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. 1920. 



Carter, 
Nordberg, 



George E. 28 Buckingham st., 

approved by Mary E. Wilson, 53 Belvidere st., 
Carl T. 87 School st. , 

approved by C. W. Rankin for the Boston & 

Maine Railroad. 



The application of Fred L. Tarbox, 40 Sudan street, 
Dorchester, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEIffiER 8, I919. 



Contd. 



1674 



John O'Hare Jr., appointed DecemlDer 3i current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



A Used Car Dealers' License of the first class was 
granted to each of the following named persons for the year 
ending December ^1, 1919 • 



George 77. Canterbury, Inc. 

George V/. Canterbury, Treas 
Holman Motors Inc. \, 

James C. Tate, Treasurer J 



} 



7^7 Boylston st. , 
963-965 Commonwealth av. 



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

Division 1. 

6026 1 Highway Transportation Co. in front of II9 Portland st. 
6927} 

Division 9* 
6928 Durgin, Chester R. in front of 70 Humboldt av. 



j The 'application of Lodovico Francini for a license for 

'the storage and sale of merchandise at 14-5 Main street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



leris 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEI£BER 8, 1919- 



Concluded. 



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

Patrolraan Peter A. Grimes of Division 4, three days, commencing 
December 7. current, on account of the death of his mother-in-law 
in Brooklyn, New York. 

Patrolman Sherman W. Augusta of Division 5. three days, com- 
mencing December 9. current, on accoimt of the death of his father 
at Togus, Maine. 

Sergeant Amasa E. Augusta of Division 19, three days, com- 
mencing December 9. current, on account of the death of his 
father at Togus, Maine. 



John P. Ducey was employed as a clerk in the Chief 
Clerk's Office with pay at the rate of Seven Hundred Fifty (750) 
Dollars per annum, commencing December 8, I919. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMinSSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Boston, Tuesday, December 9, 1919^ 



•T«*r^r^r Police Commissioner Curtis was at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 
K-x^ ,*■'■"'■.■ 

The records of Saturday and Monday last were read and 
approved: > •»<*? * <wW 



1076 



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

The resignation of Patrolman William A, Barry of Division 
9 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Tuesday, December 9, 1919, at 7.4^ o'clock, A. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman James J. Collins of Division 
9 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Tuesday, December 9, 1919, at 7.45 O'clock, A. M. 



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

The following transfer is hereby ordered, to take effect 
Wednesday, December 10, 1919, at 7.45 o'clock. A. M.: 

Patrolman William H. McKenzie from Division 5 to Division 2. 



1677 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, I919, 



Contd, 



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

Forner Patrolman Linwood S. Leavitt who resigned November 

9. 1912, having applied for reinstatement, is hereby reinstated with 

the assent of the Civil Service Commission, to take effect Tuesday, 

December 9. 1919. at 5 A5 o'clock, P. M., and he ia assigned to 

Division 4. 



The application of the Kinder-Greene Club by Mrs. W. F. 
Kinder, Chairman, for an Amusement License to have a dog show in 
Paine Memorial Hall located at 9 Appleton street on Friday evening, 
December 12, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



2564 Duchini , 
n 2563 Jean, 

2566 Lynch, 

89 Maloney, 

2565 McLean, 



r': 



Louis 
Walter G. 
Jame s Jr . 

John J. 

Irving N;'*0 ^♦A 



991 McCormack, Thomas J. 



317 Norfolk av. , 
■*'l6 St. Bbtolph St., 
42 Hollingsworth st., 

Mattapan, ' 
1985 Centre st. , W. R. , 

75 Palmer st., Roxbury ,*•*'* 
1415 Commonwealth av. 



The application of Samuel Baer for a license #177,087 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at II9 Portland 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



.■ .A 



ft .^.' 



ih«AI 



.5 n 



1 b4 



167S 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECElffiER 9, 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 3I. 1920. 



Petitti, 

Petrauskos, 



Prank 
John L. 



10 Lindsey st., D. D., 
14-26 ColuTibia rd. 



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



Abraham, 
Mitchell, 



John 
John J. 



106 Tyler st. , 
24 Payson av. 



D. D. 



The license to deal in Second Hand Articles granted to 
Isidor Sdorow on May 19, 1919. at 124-8 "A" Hyde Park avenue was 
cancelled by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged 
in the business of dealer in second hand articles at that location, 



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



Stone, 
Waterman, 



Daniel F. 
Harry H. 



in place of Isidor Sdoro 



.} 



181 Treraont st., Room 8, 
1248 "A" Hyde Park av., 



1679 



j^,,,,,^(&^.i\, (1.. lUl- 



>tvwA'VV0^i<( {jTL^- l6, Kl/.l'fOa ■ 



BOSTOH, TUESDAY, DECElffiER 9, 1919. 



Contd. 



On the application of the Upham's Corner Strand Company 
by Frank 0. Dore, Manager, Jeremiah J. Driscoll was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of the 
Strand Theatre located at 5^7 Columbia road for the year ending 
March 31, 1920. 



The application of C Bowen for a Wagon License #6929 
to locate in front of 51 Sudbury street was granted for the year 
ending June 30, I920. 



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

Patrolman Thomas J. Casby of Division I3, thirty days, com- 
mencing December 8, current, to recover his health at Bryantville, 
Massachusetts. 

Patrolman Michael J. Connors of Division 14, three days, 
commencing December 9. current, on account of the death of his 
wife. 

Patrolman Howard W. Roberts of Division 14, three days, com- 
mencing December 9i current, to move his family from Springfield 
to Boston. 



It is hereby ordered that Captains John E. Driscoll, 
James P. Canney and Clinton E. Bov/ley be and they are hereby 
appointed pursuant to section 10 of Chapter 291 of the Acts of 
1906 to constitute a trial board in such cases as may be referred 
to it for hearing. Said board shall serve until a new board 
is hereafter appointed. 



1680 



BOSTON, TUESDAY. DECELEBER 9. 1919- 



Concluded. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain 
Matthew J. Dailey of Division 1 against Patrolman Francis J. 
O'Rourke of Division 1 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to 
the trial board consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, James P. 
Canney and Clinton E. Bowley. The hearing will be held at this 
office Monday, December Ip, current, at 10 a. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain James 
P. Sullivan of Division 2 against Patrolman Joseph P. O'Xeill of 
Division 2 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, James P. Canney and 
Clinton E. Bowley. The hearing will be held at this office 
Monday, December 15, current, at 11 a. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain Daniel 
G. Murphy of Division 6 against Patrolman Peter V. Nolan of Division 
6 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial board 
consisting of Captains John S. Driscoll, James P. Canney and Clinton 
E. Bowley. The hearing will be held at this office Monday, 
December 15, current, at 12 m. 



Attest : 



Chief Clel^y 



1681 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOHER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, December 10, 1919. 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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



2568 Hughes, 
2567 Lamps rt, 



Matthew 
Hyman 



44 "A" Joy St., 
51 Spring St. 



The application of Ernest R. Cave, 28 William street, 
Cambridge, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License was rejected. 



The application of Joseph M. Walsh for a license 
#176,751 ■to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 6IO 
Columbia road was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



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

Alexander Sorokas Band, consisting of seventy-five musicians, 
by Benjamin Feldman, 212 Chambers street, - to parade with the 
Conference of Jewish Organizations of Massachusetts to protest 
against massacres of Jews in Ukrania on Monday, December 15, 
current, from 2 to 4 p. m. 

Route: From the corner of Charles and Beacon streets to 
Charles, Chambers and Cambridge streets, Bowdoin square. Court 



1682 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEIffiER 10, 1919 



Contd. 



Collective Musicians* Licenses Granted - concluded. 

street, Scollay and Pemberton squares, Somerset street, Ashburton 
place, Bowdoin, Beacon Arlington and Boylston streets to Huntington 
avenue to Mechanics Building. 

Benjamin Feldman, 212 Chambers street, - one musician to play ■ 
at open air meetings to be held by the Jewish Organizations of 
Massachusetts on Thursday and Saturday, December 11, and 13, cur- '■ 
rent, from 7 to 10 p. m. 

Route; Cliambers and Spring streets, Poplar, Spring, Cotting, 
Wall, Blossom, Parkman, Phillips and Anderson streets, all on Divi- 
sion 3; Chelsea and Porter streets on Division 7; Harrison avenue 
and Davis street on Division ^; Q,uincy street and Blue Hill 
avenue on Division 9* 



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, December 10, 1919. at 10.00 o'clock 
A. M., and they are assigned as follows:- 



John J. Buckley, Jr. 
George E. Doherty 
Benjamin P. Poole 
Charles Spatola 
Leslie M. Chubbuok, 
SylTanious A. Bosworth 
Patrick J. Mullen 
Louis E. Slater 
Joseph P. Patenaude 
Clarence A. Lewis 
Charles P. Eldridge 
Arthur P. McDer«ott 
John W. Thorns 
William J. Morrow 
Deane N. Harding 
Harold B. Titus 
William P. E. Gately 
Cornelius J. Donovan 
John E . Dwyer 
Patrick M. McGrath 
Peter P. Sullivan 
Thomas E. Page 



17 William J. Mitchell 

6 Frederick A. Riley 

7 William H. Kurd 

11 Daniel J. E. Sullivan 

15 Francis X. Kelley 

16 Herbert L. Morrison 
4 Edward P. Hayes 

9 John J. Foley 

9 John A. Russell 

4 Thomas J . Moran 

5 James W. Broderick 
14 Frederick C. Stewart 

9 David J. Keane 

12 Francis W. Sullivan 
7 Stephen X. Mahoney 
7 Alfred P. Bannister 
5 Frank M. O'Neil 

9 John 0. Person 

7 Francis I. Willard 

17 William J. Kocen 
19 Martin J. Condry 

7 Charles E. Hoffses 



12 
12 

17 

10 

4 

7 

3 
17 

3 

17 
15 

3 
11 

4 
10 
11 

3 
12 

9 
12 

17 
9 



1:683 



BOSTON, ■WEDNESDAY, DECEIffiER 10, 1919- 



Contd. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Arthur C, Tuffey of Division 

17 having teen presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 

Wednesday, Deceiaber 10, I919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



The application of Prank C. Meeiian, 33 Summer street, 
approved ty J. F. Oilman for C. F. Kovey Company, for a license 
to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was granted for 
the year ending May 3I, I92O. 



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



^f Balfour, 
f. Langley, 
■•^" Leeman, 
t; Stoffel, 
Weiner, 


Arthur E. 
Frank R. 
Charles E. 
Albert J. 1 
Frank rf 







192 Springfield st . , 

7 Bartlett st. , Rox 
185 V/arren av. , 
143 Washington st., 
202 C St. .1 



ruiot 



3 

'J 



• ■- The applications of the following named persons for 

licenses to deal in Second Hand Articles were granted for the year 
ending April 30 , 1920. * 



Armstrong, 
Kara fan. 



Thomas 
Aram M. 



500 Shawnut av. , 
475 "A" Tremont st, 



The applications of the following named persons for copies 
of their licenses to carry pistols or revolvers in this Common- .^ 
wealth were granted:- •• 



Jeffreys, 
Walsh, 



Ralph A. 
Richard M. 



22 Porter st, 
6 Beacon st. 



1684 



BOSTON, WEDlffiSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1919 . 



Contd. 



On the application of S. K. Kerns, James Whitford was 
appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and atout the 
premises of The Country Day School for Boys located on that part of 
Nonantum Hill which is in the City of Boston for the year ending 
, March 31, 1920. 



A Used Car Dealer's License of the second class was 
granted to the Metropolitan Used Car Company, Barney Cohen, Treas- 
urer, at 16-18 Columbus avenue for the year ending December 31, 
1919. 



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



Division 9* 



Y 



Boulevard Stables 
George Greenbaxan 



f 



2597 
2600 
2608 
2610 
2614 
2623 
2632 

2633 
2634 

2646 

2655 
2669 
2674 
2680 
2692 

2697 
2702 
2710 
2711 
2717 



Division 15. 
2775 Callahan, James W. opposite 



in front of 460-462 Blue Hill av. 



2 Sever st. 



1685 



BOSTON, WEDIOISDAY, DECElffiER 10, 1919. Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Charles H. Eamberg of Divi- 
sion 4 for leave of atsence from duty for three days, commencing 
December 9. current, on account of the death of his mother was 
granted without pay. 



The application of Patrolman John N. Chaisson of Division 
1 for permission to accept a reward of Fifty (50) Dollars for the. 
arrest of William B. Silver, a fugitive from justice, of Ashtabula 
County, Ohio, was granted. 



The application of Captain Joseph Harriman of Division I3 
to be reimbursed in the sum of Ninety-eight (98) Dollars being the 
amount expended for doctor's services on account of injuries re- 
ceived by the accidental discharge of a shot-gvm in the guard-room 
of Division I3 on the night of September 10, current, was granted. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain 
Charles T. Reardoh of Division 11 against Patrolman Walter S. 
Crockett of Division 11 be and it is hereby referred for hearing 
to the trial board consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, James 
P. Canney and Clinton E. Bowley. The hearing will be held at this 
office Tuesday, December 16, current, at 11 a. m. 



It is hereby ordered that the complaint of Captain John 
J. Rooney of Division 12 against Patrolman Daniel J. Morrissey of 
Division 12 be and it is hereby referred for hearing to the trial 
board, consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, James P. Canney 
and Clinton E. Bowley. The hearing will be held at this office 
Tuesday, December I6, current, at 10 a. m. 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COmOSSIOlffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, December 11, I919. 



1686 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Boston Poultry Association by W. B. 
Atherton, Secretary, for an Amusement License to have exhibitions of 
poultry, pigeons and pet stock in Mechanics Hall located at 111 
Huntington avenue from December 30 . 1919. to January 3» 1920, was 
forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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

25 Havelock st., D. D., 
436 Bennington st., 

22 Jefferson av. , Chelsea, 
311 Huntington av., 

96 Huntington av., 
408 Columbus av., 
275 Appleton St., Arlington. 



2570 


Cohen, 


Louis 


2573 


Fontes, 


Manuel S. 


2571 


Gould, 


Robert M. 


2572 


Miett, 


Harold C. 


1663 


Barron, 


Lawrence L. 


376 


Hickey, 


John E. 


2569 


Hoffman , 


Benjamin D. 



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



96,630 Barron, Lawrence F. 
OI813E Carroll, Maurice W. 
92,327 Hoffman, Benjamin D. 



in a garage at 
II II II II 



122 Arlington st, 
350 Dudley St. , 
24 Chardon st. 



1687 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, I919 



Contd. 



The application of Joseph M. Walsh for a special stand 
for his Hackney Carriage License #176,751 in front of the South 
Terminal Station, Summer street side, was granted. 



The application of Reginald J. Cooper for a transfer of 

two license #01492A and OI4.92B to set up and use Hackney Carriages 

from a garage at I9 Pordhara road to a garage at 127Q Colxmbus 
avenue was granted. 



The application of Joseph Mantia, 50 Staniford 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 Oliver V. P. Smith, Eigelow, Kennard 
& Company, Incorporated, corner of Washington and West streets, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



The following named persons, appointed December 5, 
current, appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially 
perform all the duties incumbent on them as railroad police officers. 



Hundley, 
Lalley, 



Peyton 
George J. 
McLaney, 



Lynch, Daniel 
McGoldrick, Michael C. 
John J. 



Jeremiah J. Driscoll, appointed December 9, current 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all 
-he duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



1688 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1919- Contd. 



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

The SuperiiTt^nd^ent of 'Poliee is hereby directed to maJce the 
following detcLils for duty at the City Election in this city on Tuasday, 
DececilDer l6, 1919 = 

1. Three Patrolmen for duty in the office of the election 
coimiseloners from 12 o'clock, noon, December 15, until relieved. 

2o A Sergeant and ten Patrolmen for duty in Coiirt square, 
keeping carriages and motor vehicles in line, from 4 o'clock, a. m, .. and 
directing to proper entrance to electien commissioner 3 ^ office carriages 
and motor vehicles returning from polling places with ballot-boxes, from 
4 o'clock, po Die, December l6, until relieved, 

3o The necessary number of Patrolmen from the several police 
divisions to attend the several polling places in this city on City 
Election Day, to preserve order and protect voters in the full exercise 
of their rights. 

4„ Two hundred and nineteen Patrolmen to convey the regis- 
t-ering ballot-boxes, voting lists and other documents from the election 
coamilseioners' office, City-Hall Annex, Court square, to the polling 
places and deliver them to the warden or clerk of the precinct, aa.j.ow- 
xng no person to tal<e or examine them before euch delivery. They will 
report promptly as follows; Patrolmen from the lirst, Second, Third and 
Fourth Divisions at office of the Board of Election Commissioners. City- 
Hall Annex, at 5 o'clock, a. m, ; Patroljnen from the Seventh, Ninth^ 
lenth, Eleventh. Twelfth. Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Nineteenth Divi- 
Sluns will report at their respective station-houses at 4 o'clock, a. 
m. , [excepting the Patrolman for ward 24, precinct 2, who will report at 
station-house of Division l8 at 4.30 o'clock, ac m» ) ; Patrolmen from 
the Pifth, Sixth, j'ifte-enth and Sixt-eonth Divisions at 4o30 o'clock, a. 
10.; and those of the S event eerrbhD-i vis ion at 3'>3^ o^clock, a„ m. (ex- 
c-epting the Patrolman for ward 24, precinct 1, who will report at the 
station-house of Division l8 at 4,30 o'clock, a„ m^. ) and proceed thence 
in carriages or motor vehicles to the ©lection coramissioners' ofiice • 
(excepting that the Patrolmen for ward 24, precincts 1 and 2, as afore^ 
said, will proceed to their respective precincts in a motor vehicle from 
the station-house of Division IS with other officers of that divisions ) 

5o Two Patrolmien from Division l8 to rei>ort at the election 
commissioners' office on Monday, December 15, at 3 o'clock, p. m. ; 
thence to proceed in a vehicle, to be provided for the purpose, to the 
station-house of Division l8 with the ballot-boxes and paraphernalia re- 
quired for the election in ward 24o 

6, Six Patrolmen from Division l8, one Patrolman from Divi- 
sion 19 and one Patrolman from Division I7 to report at the station- 
house of Division I8 at 4,30 o'clock, a. m« , December I6; thence to 
proceed in 9, motor vehicle, to-be provided for the purpose, with the 
ballot-boxes and other paraphernalia, and distribute the same to the 
various precincts in ward 24. 

7" Oil arriving at the polling-places to which they are aa- 
signed, officers will deliver to the warden or clerk of the precinct the 
iHigisterlng ballot-box, voting lists and such other docTiments as may be 



1689 

BOSTON, THURSDAY, DEGETffiER 11, 1919 . Contd. 

General Order - concluded. 

received from the election commisslonjers-j and hand fhA. key of the regis- 
tering "ballot-box to the warden^ On delivery of the 'ballotB to the 
warden the police officer will take from him a receipt for the "ballota, 
which receipt v/ill "be returned to the election coraraiss loners. 

8. After the v;arden has opened the box and allowed the elec- 
tion officers and the public to see that it is empty, the box is to be 
again locked and the key given to the police officer, who is to retain 
it until after the polls have closed, except that the warden may be al- 
lowed to open the box for the pujr'pose mentioned in Section 3 of the ctr- 
oular issued by the' Board of Election Commissioners, entitled: "In- 
structions to Police Officers on Election Days," They will remain on 
dutv at the polling places during such hours as their superior officers 
may'designate^ Commanding officers will exercise their judgmant in re- 
lieving officers during the day, but will see that one or more officers 
are always on duty at the polls. 

9. When the polls close, the officers detailed for the pur- 
pose will receive the unused and spoiled ballots, registering ballot-box 
and kay thereof, voting lists envelope, signed by the warden and other 
election officers, receipts for ballots, and stamps for marking spoiled 
ballots carry them to the election commiasionera' office, and deliver 
them to* some member of the Board of Election Commissioners in person, 

lOo V/lien the ballots are sorted and counted, the officers de- 
tailed for the purpose will receive in the box sent for the purpose tho 
tally sheets and ballots, which box is to be sealed and signed by the 
election officerSo The officers will then bring the box, official re- 
turn precinct seal, press return and stamps for marking defective bal»- 
lots'to the office of the election commissioners, and deliver same to 
some member of the Board of Election Commissioners. 

11. After the close of the polls, a vehicle, to be provided 
for the purpose, will be sent to the various precincts in ward 24, to 
brlnp police officers with regular ballot-boxes, unused ballots, etc, 
to the station-house of Division l8, from wMch place only two officers 
need accompany tho vehicle with the regular ballot-boxes, unused bal- 
lots, etc., to the office of the election commissioners. _ 

12 While the polls remain open an officer of rank will visit 
the polling" places in each division at stated intervals, to be Jesig- 
nated by the Captain, and in case of any disturbance will report the 
fact to the commanding officer at the station-house without delay « _ ir 
additional men are needed beyond the number available in that division, 
the officer in charge will coimnunicate immsdiatelj with Headquarters, 

l3o ST)ecial attention is called to the circular issued ty the 
Bor-.- of Election Commissioners, entitled: "Ins to:^ct ions to Police Of- 
fice«5 on Election Days •' and commanding officers of .divisions will^ee 
tixat ea<ih officer detailed for duty on City Election Day is rurnisnec 
with a co^|. ^ ^.^^ ^^ ^^^ names* of the officers detailed for duty on 
City Sleotion Day and the police stations to which they are attached 
will bo fXiJ'm.shed to the Board of Election Commissioners. 

era in sHation-hcuse NOo 2 for the officers detailed to re- 
port at the office of the election commissioners on the morn- 
ing of Dreo&mber l6, ) 



1690 

BOSTOII, THURSDAY, DECEIiiTBER 11, I919. Contd. 



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

The IJev/ England Fuel Adminiatrator roqueata the asBistanoe of 
the Police to secure in Boston the full observance of the United Gtatae 
Fuel Conservation Regulationso A copy of these regulations is sent 
herewith and Coimaanding Officers will read the same at the several roll 
calls and impress upon the merabers of their Divisions the importarice of 
carrying them out. Division Commanders will call to the special atten- 
tion of the men in their Divisions the first regulation, which applies 
to all show window lighting and unnecessary stroot lighting, particuiar- 
Xy advertising signs. They will instruct their men espdciaJJy to bear 
in mind 

1. That the order applies until due notice is 
given to the contrary, 

2. That the police have no authority to prose- 
cute, 

3. That when the officer obs^r^res an apparent 
violation of the rules and regulations, ha shoiild so inform 
in a polite manner, a' responsible person, the proprietor if 
posBil)le, upon the premises. 

4. Should the officer later observe that the con- 
ditions have not been remedied or that tho violation is upon 
premises that have been closed, he will report the fact at the 
end of his tour of duty, and his Commanding Officer will at 
once forward the report to Headquarters for transmission to 
the Office of the Fuel Administrator, 

This is a very icipcxrtant duty imposed upon the Police Depaart- 
ment and it must be impressed upon the men that they must act piKanptly 
and energetically. They must profflp^ly report conditions that seem to 
them in violation of the order continued after th^ have notified th^; 
-'p-ola'tor. That is to say, if the officer notifies the oco^uij)ant of ccr- 
■ta-in premises that in the officer's opinion he is ^rLolati-ng the order 
Ond finds the same condition existing when he next comes around on that 
tour of duty, he must report that fact, 

. ^. Where it is impossible, as in the case of display and outgidfi 

aTTWtxsing signs to find the person maintaining the same, or their 
ageats, renort must be made on that. 

Many parsons, no doubt, will violate this order through tgrw>2v 
ance, but if the men of the Force act vigorously and courteously, the 
puniber of such violations will undoubtedly rapidly decrease, which will 
&o to the credit of the Department, ^ -f -v , 



1691 

BOSTON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, I919 . Contd. 



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

->atrolmatx John I*. Sulli-»B2i «iio resigned July 8, 1919» 

i.„^.i.^^ ^T^^T^4grt^ .p^y reinstatement, is hereby reinstated with the assent 

•-" CofflxniBaion, to take- «ff set Thursdaj', Deceniber 11, 

,•*, at !?,45 w'oloek, P. IL , and he is aueigAsa to i>iTi8ion 6, 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Wagon Licenses were granted for the year ending June ^0 , 192O. 

Division 2. 

2766 Atkinson, Warren E. in front of 232 Atlantic av., 
6930 Cobb, W. P. & Son " " " 485 " " 



The application of John P. Dwight for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 1973 Columbus avenue was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved. 



BOSTON , THURSDAY, DECEIIBER 11, I919 



Contd. 



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



Patrol. 

n 

Retired " 
Patrol. 



Sergeant 



Thomas P. Connolly, 
Emerson P. Marsh, 
John J. Middleton, 
Jeremiah B. Sheehan, 
William H. Evans, 
Patrick J. Monahan, 
Francis J. O'l^^eil, 
Alfred H. Daniels, 



Div. 


2, 


N 


5, 


n 


8, 


It 


11, 


II 


16, 


•1 


16, 


n 


16, 


n 


17. 



3 days, 

3 " 

3 •' 

3 " 

2 " 

3 " 

3 " 

3 " 



$101.57 



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



Patrol. 

H 
N 
M 
N 
W 
tt 
N 
N 
H 
N 
N 



John R. Plynn, 
John W. Doherty, 
Joseph D. Sullivan, 
James F. Murphy, 
Roscoe Vanover Jr. , 
John Donovan, 
Willie H. Burns, 
Joseph J. Gadigan, 
Elkanah W. D. LeBlanc, 
Patrick W. Toland, 
Patrick J. Monahan, 
Michael F. Harrington, 



Div. 1, 6 days. 



N 
H 

N 

n 
ft 
•I 
n 

M 

II 
n 
II 



2, 
4-, 
5. 

5. 
9, 

lA. 

14, 
14. 

16, 
17, 



30 
27 

9 

1 

26 

7 

30 
22 

8 

2I 



II 

n 

H 

•I 
n 
•I 
II 
II 

H 

n 
11 



$ 13 


36 


13 


15 


13 


15 


13 


15 


7. 


67 


13. 


15 


13. 


15 


14-. 


79 



officers 
absence 
of Rule 36 



$ 13.15 
65.74 
49.86 
19.72 
1.92 
56.98 
15.34 
65.74 
4-8.21 

17.53 
10.96 

56.98 
$ 422.13 



1693 



BOSTON, THURSDAY, DECEIffiER 11, 1919- Concluded, 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending December 11, current, was approved as follows ;- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total , 



$52,023.29 

616.64 

540.01 

199.4-2 

63.85 

153,443.21 



Attest: 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIIKISSIOEIIR. 
29 Peraberton sqioare. 



Boston, Friday, December 12, I919. 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Joseph Launton of Division 13 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Friday, December 12, 1919, at 7.45 o»eiock, A. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Herman F. Getz, of Division 6 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take' effect Friday, 
December 12, 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 Ernest G. Monigle of Division 
2 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Saturday, December I3, I919, at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



1694 



1695 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919. 



Contd. 



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

The following transfer is hereby ordered, to take effect 
Saturday, December 13, 1919. at 1 .^^ o'clock, A. M. : 

Patrolman Leo G. Costello from Division 17 to Division 15* 



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

Eastern Athletic Association, Incorporated, by George V. 
Tuohey, President, - to have an exhibition of wrestlingjin Mechanics 
Hall located at 111 Hiintington avenue on Thursday evening, December 
25, current. 

Anthony Timelege - to have musical and literary entertainments 
and dancing parties in Roddy Hall located at 58 "A" Market street, 
Brighton, until August 1, I920. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of Gregory D. Shorey et al for a charter 
as the Alpha Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity for promoting the 
mutual benefit, and intellectual and social welfare,, and for the 
moral and mental improvement of its members; and for social and 
literary and educational purposes; no fixed location. 



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



2575 Johnson, 
2574 Murphy, 



Otto 
John F. 



4 Regent ct., Roxbury, 
271 Lexington st. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEIvffiER 12, 1919. 



Contd. 



1696 



The application of Bunker Hill Council Band, consisting of 
six musicians, by Joseph A. Kirby, 24 Mt. Vernon street, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to parade with Bvinker Hill Council #62: 
Knights of Columbus, on Monday, December 15, current, from 7 to 8 
p. m., was granted. 

Route: Prom 44 High street, Chariest own, to Green and Main 
streets . 



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



Eeathe, 
Carroll, 
Leach, 
Shugg , 
Welch, 



Ralph W. 
Maurice W. 
Warren E. 
Henry W. Jr. 
Lawrence W. 



20 Rutland sq. , 
27 Gayland st., Roxbury, 
411 Cambridge st., B. D., 
50 Congress st., 
08 W. Seventh st. 



The application of Harry M. Springer for a license to 
deal in Second Hand Articles at 1915 Washington street was granted 
for the year ending April 30, 1920. 



I On the application of Patrick J. McGourthy, Superintendent 

jof Markets, Peter J. Connolly was appointed a Special Police Officer <icL««^ &**. ii», p. iio^. 

for duty in and about the premises of Faneuil Hall Markets and 

Paneuil Hall Market Limits for the year ending March 3I, 1920. 



16917 



?M>*vvx; Bju,- i3, i^. qeo- 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEJ/IBER 12, 1919- 



Concluded. 



On the application of J. H. Brennan, Manager, John C. 
Dolan was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of Loew»s New Columbia Theatre located at 978 Washing- 
ton street for the year ending March 3I, 1920. 



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



Officers. 



Wyman, 
Whitford, 



Ernest C 

James 



Appointed. 

September 11, I919, 
December 10, 1919. 



The applications of Glover & Company for a transfer of 
eight Wagon Licenses were granted :- 



2681 




from in front of 
It II II II 



163 Purchase st. , 

175 " " 

177 " " 



" Purchase st. n.w.cor. Gridley st. , 



all transferred to in front of 213 Congress st . 



Attest: 




Chief Cle 



II 



1698 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COmnSSIOKER. 
29 Peraberton square. 

Boston, Saturday, December I3, I919 

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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The following-named persons are hereby appointed Patrolmen, to 
take effect Saturday, December 13, I919, at 10^00 o'clock, Ao M, , and 
they are assigned as follows:- 



Albert'Lo Caul^ield 
Johin F, ■ Smiley 
Frank. J, Costello 
Michael J, Farrcn 
Martin A, ' Keeley 
William Jo Barry 
Bai'tholomew A* Clements 
Earle \J, Button 
Patrick W„ Fenno 
Albert Fe ■ Swett 
Charles Wo Abbott 
George Pi^'Boyden 
Patrick J« Eyan 
.yiioly-iel Jc Lally 
Jol.n uo' McCarthy 
Patrick JV Walsh 
Jeremiah. iPitts 
Chester Dp Barron 



To 

DJYo 

7 

X? 

13 

14 

17 
12 

17 
11 
17 
10 
17 
13 
15 



Edward "k, Brabazon 
Allen Vfo ' Gray 
George' J.. Smith 
John ":Po McFarlane 
Dennis Dacey 
Roy Eo Varnura 
Malcolm V/c Foster 
Theodore Do Belton 
Lawrence E» Gallant 
Aj.bert L-v Mc George 
Fra.n^^is Jo .Hiordan 
Frank .'".^o .MolTpjaaj-'a 
EdmuncL, J« '.-"Bi-rl^o 
Richard .Fe. Preston 
^rahcis To Ca37ill 
Edv,-ard' Jc Carroll 
John Fs Dunleavy 
Bartholomew I^rphy 



To ■ 
Div. 



John L, Johnston, to Divo lie 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Edward P. Duffy of Division 
6 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Saturday, December 13, I919, at 7.4-5 o'clock, A. M. 



1699 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER I5, I919. 



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 on 

-v.n.^gyj Deceniber 15, 1919, at 7.4? o'clock, A. M. : 

Patrolnan Robert C. Scorgie from the Traffic Squad to Division 6, 
" Edward C, Noonan " Division 10 to the Traffic Squad, 



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

Kelley's Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Jake Jelal, 
173 Summer street, - to parade with the Reception Committee to the 
Armenian Mission on Saturday, December I3, current, from 4- to 5.3O 

Route; From the South Station to Summer, Winter, Tremont and 
Boylston streets to Copley square. 

Kelley's Band, consisting of twenty musicians, by Jake Jelal, 
173 SxJmraer street, - to parade with the Reception Committee to the 
Armenian Mission on Sunday, December 14, current, from I.30 to 2 p 
and from 4 to 5 P* '^^ 

Route; From Trinity Church to Boylston street, Massachusetts 
and Huntington avenues to Mechanics Building; thence after meeting 
to W. Newton street, Colvonbus avenue, Park square and Boylston street 
to Copley square. 

William C. Wall, 151 Dorchester street, - one musician to play 
in an automobile for the purpose of announcing Francis J. W. Ford 
for the City Council on Saturday, December I3, current, from 7.30 to 
11 p. ra. 

Route: Principal streets throughout the City. 



p .m. 



m. 



1700 



BOSTON, SATUEDAY, DECELIBER 13, 1919 • 



Contd. 



The application of Morris Bostnick for a transfer of his 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 52 "A" Hampden street 
to 1357 Dorchester avenue was rejected. 



On the application of the Boston & Maine Railroad by J. D.j 
Tyter, General Superintendent, the following named persons were 
appointed Special Police Officers for duty in and about the premises 
of said railroad located in the city of Boston for the year ending 
March 3I, I920. 

Henry R. Glendon 
John J. 3. Gorham 
Louis Weiner. 



^M**"*-^^ 



Be^. I'll p. \y\. 
1?, p.. iqiS 



John C. Dolan, appointed December 12, current, appeared 
and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the duties 
incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



The application of Haddock Bros, for a Wagon License #2780 
to locate in front of 35 Hartford street was granted for the year 
.ending Jiine 30 . 1920. 



The applications of Inspectors Patrick J. O'Neill and 
iMorris Wolf of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation for permission 
'to accept a reward of Twelve and 50/IOO (12.50) Dollars each for the 
arrest of Howard Rushnick for the larceny of several yards of cloth 
from the American Railway Express Company, was granted. 



1701 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919 



Concluded. 



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



Balzebre, 
Katz, 

Murphy, Bros, 
Robinson, 



Caterino 
George 

& Co. 

Henry IS.. 



485 W. Broadwaj'-, 
337 "B" Blue Hill av. , 
413-415 W. Broadway, 

34 Otis St. & Winthrop sq. 



Attest; 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMinSSIOI^R. 
29 Pemterton square. 

Boston, Monday, December 15> 1919 



1702 



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 John J. Q,ueeney of Division 
4 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Monday, December Ip, 1919. at 7 '^5 o'clock, A. M. 



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

The following transfer is hereby ordered, to take effect 
Tuesday, December I6, 1919, at 7 '^5 o'clock, A. M. : 

Patrolman Edward J. Winn from Division 15 to Division 17. 



The application of the Hyde Park Athletic Association by 
John Olivier, President, for an Amusement License to have a basket 
ball game and dance in Waverly Hall located at I239 River street, 
Hyde Park, on Thursday afternoon, December 25, current, was forwardec. 
to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



1703 



BOSTON, MONDAY. DECBIffiSR 15, 1919- 



Contd. 



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

88 Lambert av. , Roxbury, 
24 Ingleside st . , 
42 Ottawa st. , 
B. 32 Wellington st., 

14 Holton St., W. Medford. 



2576 


Donovan , 


John J. 


2577 


Kenney, 


John H. 


2578 


MacLennon, 


Henry C 


2579 


Melley, 


Francis 


1556 


Parker, 


Hugh N. 



The application of Morris Goldstein, 16 Arbutus street, 
for a new Jvink Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



The application of David Rosraan and Charles Saitz for a 
Junk Shop Keeper's License at 22 Prentiss street was rejected. 



The application of D'Avino Band, consisting of twenty-one 
musicians, by Abraham Press, 9 Cambridge street, for a Collective ■ 
Musicians' License to parade with the Independent Workmen's Circle 
of America, Incorporated, on Monday, December Ip, current, from 1 
p. m. to 2 p. m., was granted. 

Route: Form at Bowdoin square thence via Cambridge and Charles 
streets to Boston Common. 



The application of Leo J. Mulhern, 6 Tupelo street, for a 
license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 31, 1920. 



1704 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEJ.ffiBR 15, 1919 



Contd. 



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



Chong, 
Gavallas , 



On 
Emmanuel N. 



12 Oxford St. , 
447 Shawmut av. 



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



K. & W. Stove Supply Company) 
William Wings ted J 
McGrath, Thomas 
Schwartz, Harris &] 
Fisher, Rose 



I 



234 D St. , 

367 Tremont St., 
as Schwartz & Pisher, 
1313 Tremont st. 



The application of the Long Distance Truck & Express 
Company for a Wagon License #6932 to locate at the southwest corner 
of Corning street and Shawmut avenue was granted for the year ending 
June 30, 1920. 



The application of Sergeant Arthur J. Putnam of Division 
12 for leave of absence from duty for two days, commencing December 
14, current, on account of the death of his brother was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Antonio Platani for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 131 Warren street was returned 
to the Board of Street Commissioners disapproved for the reason that 
a stand at this location would interfere with public travel. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEJffiER 15, 1919. 



Concluded. 



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



Beckhard, 

Baggiano, 

Butlers Inc. 

Globe Ear Phone 

Goldberg, 

Howes Bros. 

Kornfeld, 

Kuhn, 

Massachusetts De 

Mignosa, 

New York Dental 

Panche, 

Santosuosso, 

Sperber, 



Samuel A. Co 
Augusta 

Company 
Charles 

Felix Co. 
Bernard 
ntal Parlors 
Grace 0. 
Rooms 
Josephine 
Marcie 
Harry 



70-72 Treraont st., 
142 "A" Summer st . , 
90 Tremont st . , 
88 Tremont st., 
325 Treraont st . , 
321-325 Summer st . , 
65 Summer st . , 
698 Washington st., 
22 Tremont row, 
369-^ Broadway, 
7 Tremont row, 
34 "A" Harrison av., 
Dorchester av. & Congress st, 
34 School St. 



The order of the ninth day of December, current, appoint- 
ing Captains John E. Driscoll, Jsunes P. Canney and Clinton E. 
Bowley, a trial board pursuant to section 10 of chapter 291 of the 
Acts of 1906 is hereby amended by striking out the name of Captain 
James P. Canney of Division 4 and inserting in place thereof the 
name of Captain Jeremiah ?. Gallivan of Division 10 and to said 
board as constituted by this amendment is hereby referred for 
hearing the complaints of Captain Reardon against Patrolman Walter 
Crockett of Division 11 and Captain Rooney against Patrolman Daniel 
J. Morrissey of Division 12. 



J. 



Attest: 



<iJvi^€htt<a> 




Chief Clflk 



1706 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COMIHSSIOIffiR. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, December 16, I919 



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

The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Howard W. Roberts of Division 
14- having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Wednesday, December 17,1919, at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



A special draft was made on the City Auditor in favor of 
Colt's Patent Fire Arras Manufacturing Company for the sum of One 
Thousand Seven Hiindred Fifteen ( 1,715) Dollars, being the amount 
required to pay it for 100 Revolvers at $17.50 each (less 2% dis- 
count) furnished the Police Department. To be charged to the 
Appropriation for Police. 



A report was forwarded to the Secretary of the Common- 
wealth on the application of S. William Bless et al for a charter as 
the Tobacco Salesmen's Association of America, Boston Branch, to 
promote the fraternal, social and commercial interests and welfare 
of the salesmen representing the tobacco industry; no fixed 
location. 



1707 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEJffiER l6 , 1919. 



Contd. 



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

; 610 Coluaibus av., 
. 1015 Tremont st . , 
87 Bowen st . , 
287 Emerson st. , 
628 Salem St., Maiden, 
62 Glenville av., B. D. 



2581 


Benitt, 


Peter 


2580 


Foley, 


William A. 


2582 


Hani on. 


William P. 


1585 


Healy, 


Joseph 


920 


Lawler, 


John J. 


1593 


Wolger, 


George H.. 



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



176,908 Benitt, Peter 
177,065 Wolger, George H. 



in a garage at 

H n n H 



293 Northampton st., 
10 Glenville ter. 



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



Abbott, 
Regan, 



Fannie E. 
Martin 



60 Pleasant st., D. D., 
Calvary Cemetery, Roslindale. 



The application of Sam Widerraan and Morris Bostnick as 
Bostnick & Company for a license to deal in Second Hand Articles at 
1357 Dorchester avenue was granted for the year ending April 30, I92O 



Peter J. Connolly, appointed December 12, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithftdly and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



1708 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEIffiER l6, 1919- 



Concluded. 



The application of Patrolman Edward P. Hyland of Division 2 
for permission to receive his pay weekly while confined in the City 
Hospital suffering from a severe bullet wound in the left ankle 
caused by the accidental discharge of a revolver which fell from ths 
trouser pocket of Patrolman Arthur J. Mahoney in the guard-room of 
Station 2, on Wednesday, November 12, current, was granted. 



A requisition was made on the City Treasurer for the sura 
of Six Hundred Fifty (650) Dollars, being the amount required to pay 
the pay-roll of the beneficiaries of the Police Charitable Fund for 
the month ending December ^1, current, to be charged to the Police 
Charitable Fund Income. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
month ending December 2,1, current, was approved as follows :- 



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



Total-,- 



- •> ■> awT <*W,4 



': i' w 4 ■ ' ' V 



%r* ^ 



*\' 



$ 1,166.74- 

416.74 

12,089.49 

$ 1 3,672.97 ^** •'^tf r^ 



•-^r ffofkwia m%t \ttt*^ uuulti^ 



Fr;1,-ti*9 



A requisition for the payment of the Department Bills 
for the month ending December ij, current, was approved as follows: 



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



!|73.638.27 

2,491.43 

150.00 

15.75 

^76, 295. ^^5 



Attest : 



Chief cAA. 



1709 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIIER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, December 17, I919 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Chester I. Peard of the 
Traffic Squad having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 
effect Wednesday, December 1/, 1919, at 7 4? o'clock, A. M. 



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



Thursday, December 



The following transfer is hereby ordered, to take effect 
13, 1919, at 7 A5 o'clock. A. M.:- 



Patrolnan William P. Kelly from Division 10 to the Traffic Squad. 



The application of John P. Griffin, Magnolia Coiincil #89, 
Knights of ColuTibus, for an Amusement License to have a basket ball 
game in Waverly Hall located on River street, Hyde Park, on Wednesday 
evening, December 17, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor ' 
approved:- 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER Y? , 1919' 



Contd, 



17X0 



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

Eighty thousand circulars emlsodying a copy of the city 
ordinance relating to the removal of snow and ice will be sent to 
Division Commanders in accordance with the numbers for which they 
have respectively called. The circulars will be distributed care- > 
fully not only at all buildings but, in so far as may be practicable, 
to owners of vacant land abutting on sidewallcs. They should be 
delivered, if possible, to actual owners; otherwise to agents, | 
Janitors, or caretakers or responsible tenants. As it is well 
known that many owners live outside the city, Division Commanders, 
in their discretion, may use the mails in notifying them. When 

and address of an owner who lives in Boston but not In the 
in which a piece of property is situated are known to the 
Commander, he will write them on one of the circulars to- 
gether with the address of the property and the number of the divi- 
sion in which the owner lives and forward it to the Superintendent 

delivered in the appropriate division, 
when necessary, will be made by summons and 



the name 
Division 
Division 



who will 



cause it to be 
Prosecutions, 



reports of all prosecutions will be sent to Headquarters. 



The application of William A. Derraody, 93 Northsunpton 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2583 was granted 
for the year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Joseph Taymor, 59'^ Washington street, 
Brighton, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Com- 
monwealth was granted for the year ending May 31. 1920. 



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



Hacket, 
Matross, 



Maurice 
Israel 



106 Humboldt av., 
52 Allen St. 



1711 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEIffiER 1?, 1919 



Concluded, 



John J. E. Gorham, appointed Decerater 13i current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the' 
duties incuTibent on hira as a special police officer. 



A Used Gar Dealer's License of the second class was 
granted to Smith & Steeves t'y Frank H. Stseves at ll8 Northampton 
street for the year ending Decemter 31. 1919' 



/it 

The application of Ralph Harris & Company for a license ■^ 
for the storage and sale of merchandise at 26 Bromfield street was 
returned to the Board of Street Commissioners approved, 



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Attest: 



Chief >^rk) 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COTJMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Thursday, December I8 , I919. 



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

The records of Wednesday last were read and approved. 



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



1712 



2584 Beatty, 

2585 Connors, 



William 
Eugene C 



95 St. Botolph St. , 
18 Walden St., Camb., 



The application of William Beatty for a license #177,535 
to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 25 Irvington 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, 192G. 



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. 



Clement, 
Sherburne, 



Paul R. 
Henry A. 



53 Warren st., Roxbury, 
513 Beacon st. 



On the application of Harry N. Farren, Manager, William 
C. Norton was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and ii^xy^^ ^c^. 
about the premises of the Franklin Park Theatre located at 616 Blue 
Hill Avenue for the year ending Iferch 31, 1920. 



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1713 



Boston, Thursday, December l8, 1919. Conclu<ied. 



Louis Weiner, appointed December 13, 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 6. 



3020' 

30211 Lewis Flanders & Co. 

3022 

3023] 

2805 Phillips & Standish 



corner of C and Anchor St. 

in front of I94 West Fifth St. 



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. Edward F. Hyland, 
" James S. Norton, 



Div, 2, 
" 16, 



31 days, 
7 " 



1135.87 
30 . 68 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending December 18, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 
Police Signal Service 
Clerks, . 

House of Detention, 
Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



Attest: 



$52,745.12 
625.13 
545.60 
199.42 

$54,179.12 




Chief Clerk. 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COlOillSSIOEER. 
29 Pemberton square. 

Eoston, Friday, Decemter I9, I919 



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

The records of Thursday last were read and approved. 



1714 



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



2586 Hervey, 
1418 Nye , 



Earl A. 
Robert H. 



64 Lincoln st., Winthrop, 
162 St. Botolph St. 



The Junk Shop Keeper's License granted to Louis Davidson on 
April 30, 1919. a-t the rear of 24-26 Prentiss street v/as cancelled 
"by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the busi- 
ness of junk shop keeper at that location. 



The application of Sam Curewitz for a Jvink Shop Keeper's 
License at 22 Prentiss street v;as granted for the year ending April 
30, 1920, in place of Louis Davidson. 



The application of Daniel M. Lyons, II6 Theodore Parker 
road, West Roxbury, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in 
this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 3I1 1920. 



1715 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919 . 



Contd. 



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



Burton, 
Cooper, 
Gootnere, 



J. Hennigar 
Arthur S. 
Georges 



l5 Sianner av., Ros., 
8 Edwin st . , D. D. , 
2 Balfour st. 



„ AS., 



On the application of Arthur L. Griffin, Agent, the 
following named persons were appointed Special Police Officers for 
duty in and about the premises of the Bowdoin Square Theatre 
located at 179 Court street for the year ending March 31, 1920. 

Harry Gould 
Daniel J. Meehan 



A Used Car Dealer's License of the second class was 
granted to the Concord Motor Company by Frederick H. Marks at 24 
East Concord street for the year ending December 31, I919. 



The application of Joseph R. Monahan as the V. M. 
Trucking Company for a Wagon License #6934 to locate in front of 
134 State street was granted for the year ending Jvine 30, 192O . 



The application of Patrolmen William P. Hayes and James 
R. Small of Division 3 for permission to accept Five (5) Dollars 
from Mrs. Fiske Warren for extra services performed at her home, 8 
jMt. Vernon street, on December 9, current, was granted. 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919. 



Concluded. 



The application of the Krentzman Brothers for a license 
for the storage and sale of mercloandise at 338-340 Chelsea street 
was returned to the Board of Street Conunissi oners approved. 



The application of Aaron Levene for a license for the 
storage and sale of merchandise at 29 Spring street was returned 
to the Board of Street Coonissioners disapproved for the reason 
that a stand at this location would interfere with putlic travel. 



irts 



The special stand for Hackney Carriage License #96,505 
granted to Robert H. Elrich on July 14, 1919. on Essex street, in 
front of the Continental Hotel, was cancelled by reason of its 
laaving been surrendered. ■ 

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Attest 



<tK^0^tl4^u3. 



Chief CjM'k 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIOIIER. 
29 PeinlDerton square. 



Boston, Saturday, DecernTDer 20, 1919, 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The followingtiamed persons are hereby appointed Patrolmen, 
to take effect Saturday, December 20, 1919, at 10.00 o'clock, A. M., 
and they are assi^ed as follows: 



Daniel F. O'Brien 
Abraham?. Gallishaw 
Daniel W. Donahue, Jr. 
Carl Nelson 
Villiam P. Kelley 



To 




To 


Div. 




Diy 


10 


Magnus T. Nelson 


a 


14 


Frank A. Silva Jr. 


10 


14 


William D. Donovan 


10 


17 


George A. Hunter 


10 


13 


Joseph A. Graham 


13 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Frederick J. Wel::one of 
Division 16 having been presented while chargeB were pending 
against him, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Saturday, 
December 20, I915, at 5.45 o'clock, P. ¥. 



!L71S 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEJ-CBER 20, I919 . Concluded. 



The application of the Giardini Band, consisting of 
fifteen musicians, by Giovaiini Giardini, 28? Hanover street, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to accompany the fxineral procession 
of Miresola Pleso on Sunday, December 21, current, from 2 to 4 
p. m. , was granted. 

Route: Prom 1 Revere place to Charter, Salera and Prince 
streets, North sqioare Church; thence Richmond, North, Battery, 
Hanover, Charter, Salem and North Bennet streets to Hanover street. 



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



Dowling, 
Rich, 



Thomas P. 
William C, 



54 Chestnut st., CD., 



The application of Captain Matthew J. Dailey of Division 
1 for permission to accept the sum of One Hundred (100) Dollars 
from Annie Cannon, 102 Endicott street, to be used to assist the 
needy poor of the North End and donated by her at the request of 
her father who died recently, was granted. 



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Attest: 



<K .n 



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Chief f]Qrlc>\ 



1719 



OFFICE OP THE POLICE COJMI SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Monday, December 22, 1919. 



Police Cornraissioner 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 prosiulgate 
the following to the Department. 

The resignation of Patrolman Paul H. Hazen of Division 10 
having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect as of 
Sunday, December 21, 1919, at 7.4.5 o'clock, A. M. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Walter J. Tigges of Division 
15 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 
Monday, December 22, I919, at 7 ,a^ 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 R. McKenna of Division 

11 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 

Monday, December 22, I919, at 5.4-5 o'clock, P. M. 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEIfflER 22, I919. 



Contd. 



1720 



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

James P. Cunneen, Petrolman asaigned to Division 13, was 
on December 17, 1919 1 diBaaiesed from the Police Department for repre 
aenting to his Commanding Officer as a reason for his failure to 
report that he had taken an automobile trip to Providence and that 
the automobile had broken down, the said atatercent being untrue and 
known by the said Cunneen to be untrue when he made it; and also 
for absenting himself from duty on Deeember 12, I919, without the 
consent of the Commissioner or the Superintendent or his Commanding 
Officer. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing on December 17, I519, to said James P. Cunneen, who 
has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid charges within the 
time specified by law. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Max L. Berkowitch of Division 

' i3 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 

Monday, December 22, 1919, at 5.4-5 o'clock, P. M. 



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3L721 



BOSTON, MOmDAY, DECEIffiER 22, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of the Tenous Associates by Thomas M. 
Hanlon, President, for an Amusement License to have a dancing party 
in Municipal Building Hall located on Broadway on Monday evening, 
Janiiary 19. 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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*f.4* «. The applications of the following named persons for ,% 
Hackney Carriage Drivers' Licenses were granted for the year ending 
June 30. 1920. ■^■'-' 

206 Massachusetts av. , -* 
174 Ward St., Roxbury, 
iro x»ufc 4-5 Munroe st., Roxbury, a *il 
16 Fenelon St., D. D. 



1252 


Cohen, 


Samuel 


2589 


Keating, 


James P. 


2537 


Myers, 


John D. 


2588 


Shainman, 


Louis 



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The application of Louis Shainman for a license #177,021 
to s.et up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 40 Geneva avenue 
Roxbury, was granted for the year ending June 30, 1920. 



The application of Benjamin D. Hoffman for a special 
stand for his Hackney Carriage License #92,327 in front of 25 
Essex street was granted. 



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The application of Alfred S. Atwood for a transfer of hidl 
license #26,002 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 293 Northampton street to a garage at 17 Clarendon street was 
granted. 



1722 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEIffiER 22, I919. 



Contd, 



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



Goss, 
Lowder, 



Aaron W. 
Frank J. 



72 W. Newton st. , 

^1 Cliff St., Roxbury. 



The application of Al and Harry B. Hershon as Hershon 
Brothers for a license to deal in Second Hand Articles at ^ Brom- 
field street was granted for the year ending April 30, 1920. 



On the application of Samuel Eliot, Trustee, Aaron W. 
Goss was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about 
the premises of the Nottingham Building located at 25 Huntington 
avenue for the year ending March 31> 1920. 



C)A>»vv»y &*e..^(4, |o. I'T-s-f- 



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



Officers. 



Norton, 
Gould, 

Meehan, 



William C. 
Harry 
Daniel J. 



Appointed. 

December I8 , 1919, 
" 19. 1919. 



1723 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, I919, 



Concluded, 



The application of the Q,uincy Point and North Weymouth 
Express for a Wagon License #6936 to locate in front of 232 State 
street was granted for the year ending June 30, I92O . 



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

Patrolman Andrew W. Duncan of Division 2, three days, commenc- 
ing December 22, current, on account of the death of his brother. 

Patrolman James M. Breen of Division 12, one day, commencing 
December 25, current, to visit his daughter who is ill in Lawrence. 



Attest 




Chief CI 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pem"berton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, December 23, 1919, 



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

■ The records of Monday last were read and approved. 



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

Edwin C. Ranagan, Patrolman assigned to Division 19, was 
on December 18, I919. disitissed from the Police Department for 
absenting himself from duty on December 16, 1919. without having the 
consent of the Commissioner or the Superintendent or his Commanding 
Officer, the absence continuing to the present time. 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing on December I8, 1919. -0 said Edwin C. Ranagan, who 
has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid charge within t?ie time 
specified by law. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Thomas P. Walsh of Division 
2 hav Ing been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect Tues- 
day, ^ec. 23, 1919 at 7:45 o'clock A. M. 



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1725 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEJffiER 23, I919. 



Contd, 



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



2591 Breeyear, 

2592 Emmons, 
2309 Pish, 
2590 Whit Cher, 



Fred W. 
George E. 
George E. 
Orrin L. 



17 Robey st., Roxbury, 
26 Hancock Bt. , 
1066 Conmonwealth av., 
145 Millet St. , D. D. 



The Jxxrik Shop Keeper's License granted to Robert Z. 
Riraelman on April 30, 1919, at 473 Harrison avenue was cancelled 
by reason of the licensee having ceased to be engaged in the busi- 
ness of junk shop keeper at that location. 

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License at 473 Harrison avenue was granted for the year ending ) 
April 30, 1920, in place of Robert Z. Riraelman. 



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The application of the Highland Dress Pipe Band, consist- 
ing of fifteen musicians, by Peter M. Miller, 4^5 Audubon road, for 
a Collective Musicians' License to parade with the Burns Memorial 
Association, to unveil a "Burns Monument", on Friday, January 1, 
1920, from 12.15 to 1 p. m. , was granted. 

Route: From Public Library, Copley square, to Huntington 
avenue and Massachusetts avenue to Westland avenue. 



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The application of Baltromeius Aiensoli, 58 Lincoln 
street, Brighton, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in^ S 
this Commonwealth was granted for the year ending May 31> 1920. 



1726 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEIiEER 23, I919, 



Contd. 



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



Marks, 
Sampson, 



Frederick H. 
Harry Q. 



110 Dorchester st., 
48 Dover st . 



The application of Daniel J. Keane for a Wagon %.icenae 
#6937 to locate in front of 6 Belvidere street was granted for the 
year ending June 30. 1920. 



The application of Patrolman James A. Michaels of Division 
9 for leave of absence from duty for three days, commencing December 
23, current, on account of the death of his mother was granted 
without pay. 



The application of Sergeant Maurice W. Sullivan of 
Division 1 for permission to accept a reward of Five (5) Dollars 
for the arrest of Antonio Cicero, a runaway from the Shirley School 
was granted. 



The application of Patrolman Irving T. Howe of Division 
10 for permission to accept a reward of One Hundred (100) Dollars 
from the Boston Consolidated Gas Company for the arrest of James 
A. Lewis for larceny from a prepayment gas meter at 104 Kendall 
street was granted. 



1727 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECEwDBSR 23, I919, 



Concluded. 



The application of Captain John J. Rooney of Division 12 
for permission to accept checks for Three Hxindred Twenty (320) 
Dollars from Walter Edelstein, President and Treasurer of the H. & 
J. Shoe Company, 60 K street, to "be divided amongst the men of 
Division 12, was granted. 



Attest: 



Chief c3^^ 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE C01G.IISSI05IER. 
29 PenlDerton sqiiare. 

Boston, Wednesday, December 24, I919. 



1728 



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

The records of Tuesday last were read and approved. 



The application of the Women's Boston Terrier Breeders j 
Club by Mrs. Annie K. MacLeod for an Amusement License to have a 
dog show in Paine Memorial Hall located on Appleton street on I 
Monday evening, December 29, current, was forwarded to His Honor the 
Mayor approved. 



The application of John P. McGowan, 34 Milford street, 
for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2593 was granted for the 
year ending June 30 , 1920. 



I The application of Jacob Hurst, Si Porter street, for a 
|new Junk Collector's Badge to replace one lost, was granted. 



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



Brown, 
Carsano , 



Francis T. 
Vincenzo 



7 Water st. , 
146 Gove St., E. B. 



1729 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEIffiER 24, I919. Concluded, 



Aaron W. Goss, appointed December 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 
licenses for the storage and sale of merchandise at the locations 
herein stated were returned to the Board of Street Commissioners 
approved :- 



Bootyzivis, 

Morrello, 

Oberstein, 



Christopher 
A. & Company 
Louis 



. 18 Paneuil Hall sq. 
228 Bowdoin St. , 
1849 Washington st. 



A requisition for the payment of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending December 25, current, was approved as follows :- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$52,139.66 

625.13 

545.60 

199.42 

63.85 

153.573.66 



Attest 




Chief 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COiailSSIOl-TER. 
29 Eemberton square. 



Boston-, Thursday, December 25, 1919^ 



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OFFICE OP THE POLICE COlUnSSIOlIER. 
29 PemToerton square. 



Boston, Friday, DecemlDer 26, I919. 



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



approved. 



The records of Wednesday and Thursday last were read and 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Edward A. Can^jbell of Divisian 
17 having been presented while charges were pending against him, it 
is hereby accepted, to take effect as of Thursday, December 25, 1919, 
at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



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 

on the dates given: 

Patrolman Joseph W, McCue from Division 1 to Divi- 
sion 16, to take effect Monday, December 29, I919, at 7.45 
o'clock, A. M. 

Patrolman John L. McCoy from the Office of the 
Superintendent to Division 3, to take effect Thursday, 
January 1, 1920, at 7.45 o'clock. A. M. 



1732 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919' 



Contd. 



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

Cornelius J. Ryan, Patrolman assigned to Division 10, was 
on December 20, I919, dismissed from the Police Department for being 
on the 20th day of December, 1919» while in uniform and on duty, I 
under the influence of intoxicating liquor. ' 

Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 
given in writing on December 20, I919, to said Cornelias J. Ryan, 
who has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid charge within the 
time specified by law. 



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

To 
Div. 



William P. McCarthy 
Albert A. Hurst 
Salvatore DiNatale 
John J. Carter 
Hazen A. Chalmers 
Harry A. White 
Chaster A. MacRurary 
Herbert B. Lundy 
Robert C. Garnett 
Francis V. Goodwin 



To 




DiT. 




19 


Daniel J. Donoran, 


9 


Walter E. Burke 


12 


John J. Wagner 


15 


Walter F. Jorian 


7 


George J. Gibbs 


3 


Michael J. Conway 


19 


Roy H. Dudley 


14 


William W. Dumas 


5 


Benjamin Zalta/aan 


13 


Joseph H. Coughlin 



11 

15 

3 
11 

13 

3 

16 

15 
3 

14 



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BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECElffiER 26, 1919- 



Contd. 



The application of Magnolia Council #89, Knights of 
Columtus, by Edwin: J. Kelley, Deputy Grand Knight, for an Amuse- 
ment License to have a "basket ball game and a dance in V/averly 
Hall located on River street, Hyde Park, on Saturday evening, 
I December 27, current, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor approved. 



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



Chandler, 



Lillie, 
Hackett, 



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Franklin 



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Wilford G. 

approved by C. W. Robie, General Manager, 

American Railway Express Company, 
Charles W. 84 Spooner rd., Chestnut*' 

Hill, 
Lawrence H. 60 Randolph st., Arlington. 



The application of Philip Goldberg for a license to 
deil' in Second Hand Articles at 6l4 Shawmut avenue was granted for 
the year ending April 30 , 1920. ^^- ^ i"** 

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•f* On the application of the National Shawmut Bank- by -^ • •^^* 
William S. Town, Assistant Cashier, George R. Hall was appointed a 
Special Police Officer for duty in and about the premises #40 Water 
street for the year ending March 31» 1920. 



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1734 



BOSTON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, I919 . 



Concluded. 



The application of Morris E. Leventin for a Wagon License 
#2809 to locate in front of 137 Brighton street was granted for 
the year ending June 30» 1920. 



Attest 




Chief Cle 



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OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Saturday, December 27, I919. 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Matthew J. 
Dailey of Division 1 against Patrolman Francis J. O'Rourke of 
Division 1 for violation of Rule 35 of "tlie Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OF RULE 3 5 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 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 John E. Driscoll,' James P. Canney and Clinton 
E. Bowley, on the fifteenth day of December, current, after due | 
notice had been served on the said Patrolman O'Rourke 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 Francis 
J. O'Rourke perfonn two hundred and ten hours' punishment duty and 
forfeit seven days' pay. 



The application of James S. Keating, 459 Meridian 
street, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2^SA- was granted 
for the year ending June ^0 , I920. 



1736 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2?, I919, 



Contd. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain James P. 
Svillivan of Division 2 against Patrolman Joseph F. O'Neill of 
Division 2 for violation of Rule 35 of "the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit:- 

CHARGE: VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OP RULE 35 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, v/hich 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 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 John E. Driscoll, James P. Canney and 
Clinton E. Bowley, on the fifteenth day of December, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman O'Neill 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 Joseph F. O'Neill be dismissed from the Police Department, 
to take effect Saturday, December 27, 1919, at 5.45 p. M. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Daniel G. 
Murphy of Division 6 against Patrolman Peter V. Nolan of Division 6 
for violation of Rules 3^ and 37 of the Rules and Regulations of 
the Police Department, to wit : 

VIOLATION OF RUIiE 35,SECTIO!: 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. 

VIOLATION OF RULE 37, SECTION 1, being absent from duty with- 
out the consent of the commissioner or the superintendent from 7.45 
A. M. September I8 , 1919, to I.30 P. M. September 19 , 1919, at which, 
time he was suspended. | 

It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, James P. Canney and Clinton, 



1737 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEIIBER 27, 1919. 



Contd, 



Complaint against Patrolman Nolan - concluded. 

E. Bowley, on the fifteenth day of December, current, after due 
notice had teen served on the said Patrolman ITolan "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 Peter 
V. Nolan "be dismissed from the Police Department, to take effect 
Saturday, December 2?, 1919. at 5.45 P. M. 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain Charles T. 
Reardon of Division 11 against Patrolman Walter S. Crockett of 
Division 11 for violation of Rules 35 and 34 of the Rules and 
Regulations of the Police Department, to wit: 

CHARGE I. VIOLATION OF SECTION 19 OP RULE 35 OF THE RULES 
Ain) 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 Spanish War Veterans or the American Legion of World's 
War Veterans. 

j CHARGE II. VIOLATION OF RULE 34 OP THE RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

Specification: In that the said Walter S. Crockett 
I absented himself from the City for more than twelve hours for 
'personal reasons" without giving such information as to his where- 
abouts as to enable his Commanding Officer to communicate with him 
without vmnecessary delay. 

I 

I It appeared that a hearing was had before a Trial Board, 
'.consisting of Captains John E. Driscoll, Jeremiah F. Gallivan and 
Clinton E. Bowley, on the sixteenth day of December, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Crockett by giving 
him a true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and 
pleaded not guilty to the charges 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 Walter S. Crockett be dismissed from the Police Department, 
to take effect Saturday, December 27, 1919, at 5.45 P. M. 



1738 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECSJffiER 2?, 1919 



Contd, 



In the matter of the complaint made by Captain John J. 
Rooney of Division 12 against Patrolman Daniel J. Morrissey of 
Division 12 for vio"lation of Rule 35 of "the Rules and Regulations 
•«f the Police .Department, to wit: • 

on.'. CHARGE: .VIOLATION OP SECTION 19 OF RULE 35 OF THE RULES ANDoA 
REGULATIONS. • ^t 

^' 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 withS 
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 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 John E. Driscoll, Jeremiah F. Gallivan and 
Clinton E. Bowley, on the sixteenth day of December, current, after 
due notice had been served on the said Patrolman Morrissey by giving 
him a true copy of the complaint. He appeared by himself and plead. 
ed not guilty to the charge and the Board found him guilty as 
charged in the complaint. The Commissioner approved the finding 
and with the recommendation of the Board ordered that the said 
Patrolman Daniel J. Morrissey be dismissed from the Police Depart- 
ment, to take effect Saturday, December 27, 1919, at ^.A^ P. M. 



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 
Monday, December 29, 1919, at 7 A5 o'clock, A. M.:- 

Patrolman Joseph F. Rutledge from Division 1 to Diyision I9, 

• Charles E. Hull, Jr., •• " 15 •♦ the Traffic Squad 

• George W. guilty " the Traffic Squad to Division 15! 



The application of James S. Keating for a license 
#177 f 018 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage in a garage at 1^3 
Liverpool street was granted for the year ending June 30 , I92O. 



1739 



BOSTON, SATURDAY, DECEMKER 2?, I919 



Concluded. 



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

The Health Commissioner of the city of Boston in the exerH 
ciae of the authority conferred upon him by chapter 4^0, section 7. 
Acta of 1889, as amended by chapter 287, Acts of I9II, having made 
requisition for the transfer of Patrolman Joseph W. F. McDonough 
from duty in the Health Department to the Police Department, the said 
Patrolman Joseph W. P. McDonough is so transferred and assigned to 
Division 12, to take effect as of Tuesday, December 16, 1919. at 
7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



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

Giardini Band, consisting of fifteen musicians, by Giovanni 
Giardini, 287 Hanover street, - to accompany the funeral procession 
of Vasapolli Filippo on Sunday, December 28, current, from I.30 to 
4 p.m. 

Route: Prom 440 Hanover street to Battery and North streets to 
North Square Church; thence Richmond, Hanover, Prince, Salem and 
Charter streets to Hanover street. 

Missel Band, consisting of twelve musicians,- by John A. Missel, 
16 Hansborough street, - to parade with the Congregation Hadrath 
Israel, to open a new synagogue, on Svinday, December 28, current, 
from 3 'to 4 p. m. 

Route: Prom IOO6 Blue Hill avenue to 235 Woodrow avenue. 



\\ a The applications of the folTowing named 'pei'sOYiy for leave 1 

of absence from duty were granted without pay:- i I 

Patrolman Michael J. Plynn of Division 1, three days, commenc- 
ing January 2, 1920 to get married. 

:• Patrolman Francis W. Strickland of Division 4, two days, cora- 
,mencing January 1, I92O, to get married. ' 

fef ncJlnspector John W. Kilday of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation 
I two days, commencing December 29, current, on account of the death 
of his wife. 



Attest : 




OFFICE OF THE POLICE COKT^ilSSIOlTOR. 
29 Pemberton sqviare. 



Boston, Monday, December 29, 1919 . 



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



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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 :- 

Edgar E. Smith, patrolman assigned to Division 7, was on 

December 22, 1919, dismissed from the Police Department for being on 

the 22nd day of December, I919, while in uniform and on duty, in- 

toxicated from the voluntary use of intoxicating liquor, and failing 

, iiOij:. I 

on the said 22nd day of December, I919, to properly patrol his route 

and to pull hia duty calls . 
I Due notice of such dismissal was duly and specifically 

given in writing on December 22, 1919, to said Edgar E. Smith, who 
^, has not requested a hearing on the aforesaid ciiarge within the time 
' specified by law. im mid 



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



The resignation of Patrolman Oscar E. Swenson of Divisi 
16 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect, 
Monday. December 29, 1919, at y A5 o'clock, P. M. 



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1741 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEMEER 29, 1919 • 



Contd. 



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

The resignation of 2atrolman Joseph A. Donahue of 

Division 3 having been presented while charges were pending against 

him, it is hereby accepted, to take effect as of Sunday, December 

28, 1919, at 7A^ o'clock, A. M. 



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



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Rule 4 of the Rules and Regulations is hereby amended by 



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striking out the third section and inserting in place thereof a new 
section to be known as Section 3i and to read as follows: 

••3. A resignation shall be in writing, with the ^^ *•• 
signature thereto verified in writing by a witness who is a 
member of the Department, and shall be presented to the Com- 
missioner at least seven days before the day it is desired to 
y take effect; but in case of absence or other disability or '• 
for other reasons satisfactory to the Commissioner, the seven 
oft.M days' notice may be waived by the Commissioner. A resigna- 
tion shall be addressed to the Commissioner and may be ac- 
cepted by him at his discretion." • 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Francis J. O'Rourke of », 

V4U1 dl 

Division 1 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take ^^ 
effect as of December 23, I919, at 7.45 o'clock, A. M. 



1748 



BOSTON, MOl-TDAY, DECEMBER 29, I919, 



Contd. 



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

Eastern Athletic Association, Incorporated, by George V. 
Tuohey, President, - to have a wrestling exhibition in Mechanics 
Hall located at 111 Huntington avenue on V/ednesday evening, January 
7. 1920. 

Packard Motor Car Company of Boston by Pitt W. Danforth, | 
Treasurer, - to have musical and literary entertainments and dancing 
parties in Packard Hall located at 22 North Beacon street until ■ 
May 25, 1920. 



The application of Charles C. Chapman, 53 Clarkwood street 
Dorchester, for a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2595 was 
granted for the year ending June 30, I920. 



The application of Local #9 Band, consisting of fifteen 
musicians, by Anthony Pasqiiale, 79 Reservoir avenue, Revere, for a 
Collective Musicians' License to accompany the fvineral procession of 
the late Maria Gruseppa on Tuesday, December 30, current, from 9.30 
a. m. to 12 ra., was granted. 

Route: From 228 North street to Battery, Hanover, Charter, ■ 
Salem, Prince, Hanover and Richmond streets to North square to North], 
Battery and Hanover streets to Scollay square. 



The application of Barnard Ginzburg as the Temple Place 
Loan Company, for a transfer of his Pawnbroker's License and license 
to deal in Second Hand Articles from 7 Temple place to 8 Winter 
street, was granted. 



The application of Max Goldman, 14 Trident avenue, 
V/inthrop, for a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this 
Commonwealth was rejected. 



1743 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, I919, 



Contd, 



On the application of The Touraine Company by V. C. 
Saunders, Treasurer, Timothy M. Kelliher was appointed a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of said company 
located at the corner of Washington Street North and Causeway street 
for the year ending March 31, 1920. 



On the application of the Boston and V/orcester Street 
Railway Company by H. M. Dorley, Freight Agent, Otis E. Randall 
was appointed a Special Police Officer for duty in and about the 
premises of Copp's Hill Wharf located at 5^9 Commercial street for 
the year ending March 31. 1920- 



The application of The Touraine Company by V. C. Saunders, 
Treasurer, for the appointment of John A. O'Donnell as a Special 
Police Officer for duty in and about the premises of said company 
located at the corner of Washington Street North and Causeway 
street, was rejected. 



George R. Hall, appointed December 26, 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 police officers 
for leave of absence from duty were granted without pay:- 

Patrolman Albert Motroni of Division 7. three days, commencing 
January 1, 1920, to get married. 

Patrolman James J. Corcoran of Division 9. fourteen days, 
commencing December 27, current, to regain his health. 



1744 



BOSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 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 :- 



Brown , 

Fyfe, 
Hoffman , 
Lagone, 
Rohlin, 



Gus, Treas. 

Robert J. M. 
Rubin 
Antonio 
Philip 



as the Enterprise, 
8-10 Federal st., 

148 Summer st . , 
1189 Blue Hill av., 
2059 V/ashington st., 

67 Erie st. 



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1745 



.OFFICE OF THE POLICE COMMISSIONER. 
29 Penberton square. 



Boston, Tuesday, December 30, I919. 



Police Conmissioner Curtis vras at his office today and 
transacted the following business: 

The records of Mondajf 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 Pearly W. Haimey of Division 

11 having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take effect 

Tuesday, December 30, 1919. at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



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

The following-named persons are hereby appointed Patrol* 

man, to take effect Tuesday, December 30, 1919, at 10.00 o'clock, 

A. U., and they are assigned as follows: 



James J. Han Ion 
Arthur C. Adams 



to Divis ion 15, 



The application of Antonio Di Pietro for an Amusement 
License to have exhibitions of moving pictures and vaudeville enter- 
tainments in the premises located at 213 Hanover street vmtil 
August 1, 1920, was forwarded to His Honor the Mayor disapproved. 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECETiDBER 30 , I919. 



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 
Wednesday, December 31, I919, at 7-^5 o'clock, A. M.: 

Patrolman Frank 3. O'Reilly from Division 2 to the Traffic Squad, 

* William H. Owen ** the Traffic Squad to Division 2, 
" Prank P. Bradley •• the Traffic Squad to Division 9, 
" Cornelius J. Donovan " Division 9 to the Traffic Squad, 

• Hazen A. Chalmers " Division 7 to Division 1. 



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

Former Reserveman Michael J. Curran, who resigned July 19, 

1918, to enter the military service of the United States, having 

filed the necessary certificate, is hereby reinstated in the Depart«», 

ment as a Patrolman and assigned to Division 6, to take effect 

Tuesday, December 30, 1919, at 5.45 o'clock, P. M. 



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



Gaquin , 
Sheridan, 



James F. I 23 Forest Hills st., J. P. 
Thomas J. f 8? Washington St., C. D., 
approved by C. W. Rankin, Chief of Police, 
Boston & Maine Railroad. 



1746 



174.7 



BOSTON, TUESDAY, DECElffiER 30 , I919. 



Concluded, 



The application of Marks Van Dam as Marks Company for a 
license to deal in Second Hand Articles at 1 Boylston street was 
granted for the year ending April 30f 1920. 



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Patrolman Adien F. Edwards who was granted leave of absence 
for an indefinite period, coirmiencing August 12, 1918, to enter the 
.United States Navy, having "been placed on inactive service, returned 
to duty at 7-^5 A. M. , December 30, I919. 



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Attest 



Chief CltfkO 



OFFICE OF THE POLICE COIiUn SSI ONER. 
29 Pemberton square. 



Boston, Wednesday, December 31, I919, 



174S 



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

The records of Friday last were read and approved. 



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

The resignation of Patrolman Arthur J. Mahoney of the 

Traffic Squad having been presented, it is hereby accepted, to take 

effect Wednesday, December 3I, 1919. at 7 A5 o'clock, A. M. 



The application of the Ladies Auxilliary, Michael J. 
Perkins Post, by Mary E. Mines for an Amusement License to have a 
dancing party in Municipal Building Hall located on Broadway on 
Wednesday evening, December 31> current, was forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor approved. 



The application of Clement C. Van Laningham, IO6 Chester 
street, Brighton, for a copy of his Hackney Carriage Driver's 
License #2503 was granted. 



The application of Harry Roberts, I6 Clarendon street, for 
a Hackney Carriage Driver's License #2596 was granted for the year 
ending June 30, I92O. 



1749 



BOSTON, WEDEBSDAY, DECEIffiER 31, 1919. 



Contd. 



The application of John B. Mahoney for a transfer of his 
license #4-9,165 to set up and use a Hackney Carriage from a garage 
at 2 "A" St. Botolph street to a garage at 411 Bowdoin street, 
Dorchester, was granted. 



The application of the Navy Yard Band, consisting of 
fifteen musicians, "by Leo A. Touhy, 21 Wall street, Charlestown, for 
a Collective Musicians^ License to parade with Bunker Hill Post #26, 
American Legion, on Thursday, January 8, 1920, from 8 to 10 p. m. , 
was granted. 

Route: From Elm street, Charlestown, to Btuiker Hill, Chelsea, 
Adams and Park streets, City sqiiare, Main street, Sullivan sqi^are, 
Kingston, Seaver, Main and Blinker Hill streets to the State Armory, 
366 Bunker Hill street. 



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The application of Henry M. Currie, 114 Chelsea street, 
Charlestown, approved by A. Van Valen, District Superintendent, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
granted for the year ending May 31. 1920, on condition that arms 
are not to be carried except when out investigating alarms for the 
American District Telegraph Company. 



The application of Lawrence H. (^uigley, 67 B street, for 
a license to carry a pistol or revolver in this Commonwealth was 
rejected. 



The application of Dominick Pranconi for a transfer of 
his license to deal in Second Hand Articles from 237 Tremont 
street to 370 Tremont street was granted. 



1750 



BOSTON, TIVEDEESDAY, DECEMBER 31, I919, 



Contd. 



The Used Car Dealer's License granted to James A. Brennan 
as the Public Service Tire Company at 286 Columbus avenue on 
December ^, 1919. was cancelled for non-payment of the license fee. 

(Third Class. ) 



Timothy M. Kelliher, appointed December 29, current, 
appeared and made oath to faithfully and impartially perform all the 
duties incumbent on him as a special police officer. 



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

Division 2. 



6938 Rapid Transit Motor Co. 

6939 Wright & Murphy 



in front of 36 Broad st. 
" " "54 Chatham st. 



6044 Copelle, John F. 



Division 9- 

in front of 60 Regent st. 



The applications of the following named persons for 
Auctioneers' Licenses were granted for the year ending December 
31. 1920. 



Armstrong, 

Babb , 

Bartlett , 

Bates, 

Beal, 

Bent, 

Berry, 

Billington, 

Bonelli, 

Bornstein, 



Oscar E. 
George W. 
William E. 
Gardner 
Julius 
Allen H. 
George Y. 
Joseph J. 
Louis H. 
Jacob II. 



P. 



12 s.side Faneuil Hall M'k' 
748 South St., Roslindale, 
389 W. Broadway, 
233 Main st. , 

43 Tremont st . , 

51 Montclair av. , 
6 Howard st., Roxbury, 

56 Warren st., Roxbury, 

60 State st . , 
219 Columbia rd., 



1751 



BOSTON, WEDEESDAY, DECE?IBER 31, 1919. 



Contd. 



Auctioneers' Licenses Granted - co 


ntd. 


Bowe, 


James J. 


807 


Bowen , 


Henry J. 


469 


Brett, 


Thomas F. 


^^2 


Brooker, 


George W. 


18 


Brophy , 


Michael J. 


18 


Byrne, 


Harry C. 


2370 


Chandler, 


Waldo H. 


2370 


Charleston, 


Charles S. 


.^^ 


Clair, 


Joseph 


603 


Clark , 


Frank H. 


46-48 


Conroy, 


John J. 


18 


Cotter, 


Cornelius Jr. 


713 


Cronin, 


Daniel J. 


10 


Cruf f , 


Frank E. 


2370 


Dailey, 


John J • 


218 


DiDonati, 


Saverio 


9 


Elmer, . 


Blaine 


61 


Harrington, 


William M. 


58 


Pee, 


Thomas 


17 


Powler, 


Robert F. 


702 


Fox, 


Walter S. 


85 


Poye, 


Edward W. 


30 


Praser, 


James 


80 


Freeman, 


Warren F. 


15 


French, 


John H. 


53 


Friedterg, 


Harris 


20 


Frost, 


Herbert S. 


668 


Giddon, 


Abram 


152 


Goldstein, 


Nathan T. 


10 


Gordon, 


Jacob B. 


387 


Gordon, 


Joseph M. 


387 


Gordon, 


Louis 


^2? 


Green, 


George W. 


28 


Guttentag, 


Joseph 


294 


Hale, 


Charles F. 


107 


Harris, 


John D. 


337 


Himel, 


Maurice I. 


18 


Hirshberg, 


Louis A. 


258 


Hopkins, 


Edward L. H. 


362 


Hosford, 


John T. 


85 


Hourin, 


Christopher I 


). A. 1577 


Hurwitz , 


Williara 


169-171 


Isidor, 


Walter 


294 


Jackson, 


Dana E. 


56 


James, 


Brighara D. 


71 


Jennings, 


Charles H. 


15 


Johnson, 


Ansley M. 


1468 


Jones, 


Willard 


1662-1664 



Broadway, 
Broadway, 

Cedar st., Roxbury, 
Tremont st . , 
Treraont st . , 
Washington st. , 
Washington st.. 
Clarendon st . , 
Washington st . , 
Bromfield st . , 
Tremont st . , 
Centre st. , J. P. , 
State St. , 
Washington st . , 
Adams st. , D. D. , 
Chelsea st . , E. B. , 
Rutland st . , 
Harvard av. , B. D. , 
Alexander st. , 
Centre st . , 
Water st . , 
State st . , 

Walnut av. , Roxbury, 
State st. , 
State st . , 
Peraberton sq. , 
Dudley St. , 
No. Beacon st . , 
Hudson st . , 
Washington st . , 
Washington st . , 
Ruthven st . , Roxbury, 
School St. , Room 9. 
Washington st.,. 
Pemberton Building, 

20 Pemberton sq. , 
Vfashington st., 
Tremont st . , 
Meridian st . , 
W. Broadway, 
Devonshire st . , 
Columbus av. , 
Portland st. , 
Washington st . , 
Warren st. , Roxbury, 
Kilby St. , 
Court sq. , 
Dorchester av. , 
Washington st . , 



1752 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECE103ER 31, 19 19 



Contd. 



Auctioneers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 



Kellaher, 


John P. 


155-157 


Kelly, 


Theodore L. 


236 


Kiley.. 


John C. 


18 


Kn owl ton, 


Clarence H. 


40 


Landers, 


W. R. 


2 


Lyons, 


Charles A. 


712 


MacLellan, 


George P. 


288 


MacLellan, 


Robert A. 


288 


Maffei, 


Salvatore 


6 


Martin, 


Henry J. 


21-25 


Mooney, 


Charles P. 


445 


?,'[orse, 


Irvin L. 


40 


McCalDe, 


Michael J. 


48 


McCarthy, 


William M. 


.27 


McEnaney, 


Thomas 0, 


23 


McQ,xiaid, 


Chester 


294 


Newhall, 


Elbridge K. 


79 


Norton, 


William I. 


6 


O'Brien, 


Edmond J. 


76i 


O'Brien, 


John J. 


552 


Palladino, 


Hector 


18 


Posner, 


Max 


43 


quigley, 


Martin "P. 


169-171 


Reid, 


Robert 


43 


Rich, 


Isaac 


21 


Sears, 


Lewis 


294 


Seaver, 


Edward 


18 


Spinney, 


Edward R. 


236 


Twitchell, 


Joseph J. 


18 


Twomey , 


Jeremiah A. 


47 


Tyler, 


William J. 


199 


Van Dam, 


Harry 


299 


Warren, 


Charles H. 


624 


Waul , 


Robert P. 


347 


Wentworth, 


George P. 


25 


Wheeler, 


Charles M. 


152 


Whitcorat, 


Samuel P. 


28 


Yennaco, 


Prank 


215 


Anderson, 


J. Alfred 


40 


Bird, 


Lewis J. 


36 



Portland st . , 
K st . , 

Tremont st. , 
Court St. , 
Oakland st., 
Huntington av. 
Roxbury st . , 
Roxbury st . , 
Maverick sq. , 
Eliot St. , 
Broadway, 
Court st . , 
Clinton st . , 
School st . , 
Meridian st., 
Washington st . 
Milk St. , 
Beacon st., 
Church st . , 
Dorchester av. 
Ashley St. , 
Humboldt av. , 
Portland st. , 
Tremont st . , 
Bromfield st . , 
Washington st. 
Tremont st . , 
K St. , 

Tremont st. , 
Court St., 
Washington st. 
Washington st. 
Washington st. 
"B" Centre st. 
Pemberton sq. , 
No. Beacon st. 
Mountain av. , 
Hanover st. , 
Court St. , 
Bromfield st. 



Dor. 
J. P. 



1753 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEiffiER 31, I919. 



Contd, 



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A Used Car Dealers' License was granted to each of the 
following named persons for the year ending December 31. 1920. 



SI- 



CLASS ONE 



660 



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677 



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97 

16 

91 
1019 



Beacon Motor Car Company 

Leonard A. Hird, Auditor 
Becker-Stutz Automobile Co 

Edward Becker, Pres. 
Boston Buick Company 

Daniel E. Ames, Treasurer 
Bowman, The J. W. Co. 

J. W. Bowman, Treasurer 
Burnett & Sherman Inc. 

"by Russell Burnett 
Cadillac Automobile Co. of Boston] 

by Albion L. Danforth, Pres. 
Canterbury, George \V. Inc. 

George W. Canterbury, Treas, 
Chandler Motors of New England Inc. 

Catherine O'Brien, Secretary 
Commonwealth Car Company, Bostonl 1358 

Charles H. Olcott Jr. Pres. ) 
Connell & McKone Company 

James L. McKone, Treas. 
Dailey, Charles B. 
Donovan Motor Car Company 

Joseph 3. Donovan, Pres. 
Dunbar, Sanders, Inc. ] 



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664 
967 



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i533 
1109 
628 
626-630 

655 



L. B. Sanders, Pres. 



Falk-Baker 
Simeon H. 

Fay-Allen, 
Charles E. 



Treas r 
C. E. Company L 
Fay, President ) 



Company 
Baker, 



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Franklin Motor Car Company) 

Leon M. Severance f 
General Motorcycle Sales Co 

J. A. Johnson, Cashier 
Guertin-deRochemont Company 

Percy E. deRochemont, Treas 
Hall Motor Company 

Sherwood Hall Jr. Pres. 
Hen Shaw Motor Company ) 

Harry L. A. Hodgdon,Treasr 
The Hinchcliffe Motor Company! 

Fred'k A. Hinchcliffe ,Treasr 
Holland System, Inc. ) 

Clydesdale Truck Department? 

John F. Holland, Treasurer ; 



893-895 
620 

616 



145 

749 
574 

989-997 

91 

949 



Beacon st . , 

Beacon st . , 

Massachusetts av. , 

Miner st. So 
Massachusetts av., 
Commonwealth av. , 

Commonwealth av. , 

Commonwealth av., 

714 Beacon st. , 

Commonwealth av. , 

Commonwealth av., & 
Brookline av., 
E. Fourth St. , 
Commonwealth av. , 

Beacon st., 

Boylston st . , 

Commonwealth av.. 

Commonwealth av., 

Columbus av. , 

Boylston st. , 

Commonwealth av., 

Commonwealth av. , 

Massachusetts av. , 

Commonwealth av.. 



1754 



BOSTON , TODEESDAY , DECEI/ffiER 3I , I919 . 



Contd. 



Used Car Dealers' Licenses Granted - contd. 



CLASS CHE - contd. 



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Holmes Motors Inc. 

Janes C. Tate, Treas. 
The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck 

Philip S. Aultman, President 
Lalirae & Partridge Inc. 

H. E. Partridge, Preside 
Lexington Autoinobile Co. 

E. M. Phelps 
Linscott Motor Company L 

James M. Linscott ,Treas)i 
Locomobile Company of America 

John B. F. Lawrence 
MacAlman, John H. 

by John J. Parren 
Middlesex Motor Car Company!. 

Alliston D. Walker, Treas. f 



963-965 



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Morse, 



Alfred C. 



New England Velie Company 

Ethel M. Liint.Ass't Treas 
The Noyes-Euick Company 

R. G. Clarke, Secretary 
Osborn-MacMillan, Inc. 

George L. Oaborn, Pres. 
Proctor Fisher, Inc. 

by Proctor Fisher, Pres 
Rockwell, C. P. Inc. 



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1255 

753 

566 

700 

96-100 

709 

705 
80 

15 

25 

1265 

640 



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19 

218 

5-7 
661 

889 



Carlos P. Rockwell, Treas 
Rommelf anger, Nicholas 
Russell, The W. L. Co. 

George R. Armstrong, Treas. 
Scripps Booth Motor Car Company 

Joseph F. Lancaster, Treas. 
Smith. & Sons, Bryant G. Co. 

John L. Appel, Treasurer 
Snow, Coombs & McBeath, I 

John A. Gillis, Treasure 
Standard Steel Motor Car Co 

George J. D\inliam, Preside 
Stewart Automobile CorporationI59 5-603 

Charles West, Treasurer f 
Stimpson, Edward Y. 
Utterback-Gleason Co. Inc. L 

W. H. Gleason, V. Pres. ) 
Walker, W. J. Company L 

E. Eraser Halliday f 



Commonwealth av., 

596 Commonwealth av., 

Boylston St. , 

Boylston st. , 

Commonwealth av.. 

Commonwealth av., 

Massachusetts av. , 

Beacon st., 

Beacon st . , 
Brookline av., 

Lawton st . , 

Jersey st. , 

Boylston St. , 

Commonwealth av. , 

Albano st. , Ros. , 
Eliot st. , 



I45-65 
1110 



530 
793 



Brighton av. , 

Beacon st . , 

Boylston st. , & 
Lansdovme st . , 
Boylston st., 

Newbury st . , 

Commonwealth av. , 
Boylston st . , 



163 Massachusetts av.. 



1755 



BOSTON, 'TODiraSDAY, DECE?£BER 31. 1919- 



Contd. 



Used Car Dealers' Licenses Granted - contd. 

CLASS QUE - concluded. 



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388 Newbury st . , 



Will-Holl Truck Co. of Boston, 

William C. Otis 
Wing, Prank E. 

The Winton Company 

Prank W. Stockbridge 
Woodbridge Company, Inc. I 

William Albrecht, Treas. J 
Paige Detroit Co. of New England), 532 Coraraonwealth av. , 

Pred'k E. Skeetop, Treasurer ) 



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124-9 Boylston st. , 
674 Commonwealth av. , 

92 Massachusetts av., 



CLASS TWO. 



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Columbus Motor Company 

by David Abrams 
Auto Finance & Sales Company L 

Edward L. Pickett, Treas. J 
Bartlett, Leonard G. 
Bay State Tire Company I 

Richard Blaikie ) 

Beckwith, James T. 
Billings Pield Motor CompanyL 

Jaime s H. Kenney, ) 
Blackstone Used Car CompanyL 

by Benjamin Garf ink f 
Boston Used Car Company I 

Thomas E. Jenkins, ; 
Bussey, G. I. Company)^ 

by Guy I. Bussey . } 
Bussey Garage 

by Prancis B. Boyce 
Chauncey Thomas & Co. Inc. 

Gustave R. Kaertins, V. 
Concord Motor Company 

Pred'k H. Marks 
Cousins, George B. 
Doyle, Daniel A. 
Downey, Joseph P. 
Green-Dore-Morrison Companyl 

Andrew H. Morrison, Treas; 
Grove Hall Garage 1 

Daniel Brasseitt J 

Hickey, William H. 
Jewell & Watt 1 

Thomas J. Watt ) 






10 Columbus av. , 

19 Congress st., 

81 Magazine st., Rox. , 
306 Columbus av., 

5 Rocky Hill av. , 
2018 Centre st. , W. R. , 

116 W. Brookline st. , 

42 Warren av . , 

255-257 Northampton st., 

4185 Washington St., 

23-25 Blandford st . , 

24 E. Concord st . , 

907 Boylston st . , 
291 Columbus av. , 
651 Beacon st . , 
321 Columbus av. , 



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470 Blue Hill av. , & 
12 Geneva av. , 
10 Hoyt St. , 
25 Irvington st. , 



1756 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEIJIBER 3I , I919, 



Contd. 



Used Car Dealers' Licenses Granted - concluded. 

CLASS TWO - concluded. 



I. Inc.) 



161 Columbus av.. 



Knight, Jesse S. Automobile Co, 

Jesse E. Knight, President, 
Merry's Garage 1 6-8 St.- Mary.' s St., 

Harold 3. Merry J 

Metropolitan Used Car Company) I6-I8 Columbus av., 

Barney Cohen, Treas. f 
MacRitchie, Henry D. rear 7^ Freeport st., D. D. 
Nielsen, Frederick 7 Allston st., B. D., 

North Union Motor & Tire Co.) 233 Friend st., 

Charles J. McMullen, Sec. J 
Paddon, Samuel M. I926 Colimbus av., 
Parnell, William B. (successor to Parnell-Tarbell Company) 

61 Stanhope st, 



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Prince's Garage, Inc. 

Benjamin Prince 
Schlossberg & Shuinan 

Barney Schlossberg 
Seavey's Garage 

M. Ralby 
Segal, Nathan 

S. M. S. Company 1 

Arthur M. Marston f 
Stanhope Auto & Machine Co.) 
J. Prank Greig, Pres. f 
Smith Sc Steeves ) 

Frank H. Steeves J 
Tenninal Garage Inc. 

John A. Granstrom, Pres. 
Tvfomey, T. Joseph 

Upham's Corner Garage, 

Dorchester Taxi Co. Inc. 

John M. McDonnell, Pres. 
Used Motor Parts Company 

by M. Roazen 
Wellington Hill Garage 

Park Sq. Auto Top Co. Inc. 

Prop., by Samuel Harris 

CLASS THREE 



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3050 Washington st., 

15 Wayland st . , Rox. , 

632 Blue Hill av. , 

285 Cambridge st., B. D., 
160 Warren st., Roxbury, 

35-37 Stanhope st . , 

118 Northampton st., 

65-81 Zeigler st., Roxbury, 

ill Bradfield av. & 
732 Robin Hood av., 
folO Columbia rd. & rear of 
t 568 Columbia rd., 

527 Columbia rd., 

1243 Blue Hill av., 



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Hub Used Auto Parts 

Joseph Kolman 
Oakland Garage 

Harry i^uirk 
Roxbury Used Auto Parts Co 

by Solomon Glossman 



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1241 Dorchester av. , 
1 Oakland av., B. D, 
795 Massachusetts av., 



1757 



BOSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECElffiER 31, 1919- Concluded. 



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



Patrol. 



Edward P. Hyland , 


Div. 


2. 


7 days. 


James S. Norton, 


n 


16, 


7 •• 



$ 30.68 
30.68 

$ 61.36 



A requisition for the pay^nent of the pay-rolls for the 
week ending January 1, 1920, was approved as follows:- 



Police Divisions, 

Police Signal Service, 

Clerks, 

House of Detention, 

Station House Matrons, 

Total, 



$52,476.98 

595.41 

545.60 

199.42 

63.85 

,^53,881.26 



Attest : 




Chief