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Chapter 149 of the General Laws and the provisions of section 6 of Chapter
418 of the Acts of 1890, as respectively amended, the Government Center
Commission shall also have the power and duty to contract in the name and
behalf of said City for the preparation of such site and the planning and
construction thereon and the original equipping and furnishing of such new
city hall.



CITY OF BOSTON EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNiOiST



Room 37, City Hall
[Gen. Laws, Chap. 171.]

William L. Dowling, President

John J. Donovan, First Vice President

Joseph P. Sances, Second Vice President

Harold T. Kenney, Treasurer

Abthur J. O'Keefe, Acting Treasurer

Paul L, Carty, Clerk



George Byrne
Roy E. Covell
Michael A. Donovan
Joseph W. Fellows
Charles W. Francis
Martin A. Fulton
John F. Gilmorb



Daniel A. Grant
James S. Kiernan
Patrick Loftus
William P, McNeill
Richard J. Moulton
Edward m. Norton
Charles J. Scanlon
James P. Shea



This organization was incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts
on October 25, 1915.

The incorporators were twenty-one in number and included, besides
the Mayor, the Corporation Counsel, the City Auditor, City Treasurer,
Park Commissioner, the Principal Assessor and fifteen other city employees
occupying responsible positions.

Since its incorporation the Credit Union has been functioning for the
benefit of the city employee by the promotion of thrift among its mem-
bers and the loaning of money to members in need of financial assistance.
These loans are made at a low rate of interest, saving the borrower from



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the exorbitant rates charged by loan agencies. During 1962 loans made
to members amounted to $4,338,047.25 and a total of $41,138,360.44 has
been loaned since organization. Approximately 90 per cent of the bor-
rowers have their weekly loan payment deducted from their salary by
means of the payroll deduction plan.

The Credit Union at the present time has assets of $2,995,998.67 and
reserves of $296,233.73, with 11,372 members, 5,364 of which are borrowers.

Most departments of the City or County government are represented
on the board of directors which consists of 21 members. Seven of these
directors are elected each year for a three-year term.



BOSXaN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT



73 Tremont Street
fStat. 1929, Chap. 383.]
Trustees Appointed by the Governor
Henry G. Gomperts, Chairman, Boston, 1967
Harry P. Graces, Wareham, 1963
Vernon B, Hitchins, Dedham, 1969
William H, Reardon, Jr., Treasurer, Cambridge, 1965

Trustee Appointed by Mayor of Boston
Charles A. Birmingham, Clerk, Boston, 1963



OLD SOUTH ASSOCIATION IN BOSTON



[Stat. 1877, Chap. 222, §§ 1, 2.]

The Mayor, ex officio, Councillors James S. Coffey, and John E.
Kerrigan, Managers on the part of the City of Boston.

The association is managed by a Board of Managers, consisting of
twenty, of whom the Mayor of the City of Boston is one, ex officio, two
are elected annually by the City Council for the municipal year, and the
others are chosen as provided by statute.

The business of the Association is the operation of the Old South Meet-
ing House on Washington street as a historical monument.



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SUFFOLK COUNTY COURT HOUSE COMMISSION



Office, Room 318, New Court House
[Stat. 1939, Chap. 383.]

Arthur J. Santrt (Appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judi-
cial Court), Chairman
LotJis P. Leonard, (Appointed by the Governor)

Frederick R. Sullivan, Sheriff of Suffolk County

The Commission chooses its own Chairman and its own Secretary.
Its members receive no compensation for their services.

The Commission was established by Special Act of the Legislature,
for the care, custody and control of the Suffolk County Court House,
and is required to appoint a Custodian and such other officers as it may
deem necessary for the proper operation of the building, and to determine
their term or terms of service.

The Commission succeeded to the authority given to the Sheriff of
Suffolk County over the Suffolk County Court House, in Chapter 525
of the Acts of 1922, and took over the management and control of the
Court House upon its completion during 1939, by the Special Commis-
sion created under Chapter 474 of the Acts of 1935 for providing additional
accommodations and facilities for the Suffolk County Court House.

A thirty per cent contribution by the Commonwealth to the annual
costs and charges of maintenance and operation of the Court House began
in the calendar year 1939 when the additional Court House enlargements
and improvements, made under authority of Chapter 474 of the Acts of
1935, were "substantially completed" and in "actual use," and the re-
maining seventy per cent is paid by the City of Boston. While the
Commonwealth now pays thirty per cent of the operating costs of the
Court House, it has taken no part in its operations, other than the exercise
of its authority in the make-up of the Commission in charge.



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK



All debts and expenses of the County of Suffolk are borne by the City of
Boston, unless otherwise specified.

County Commissioners for the County of Suffolk — The Mayor and Citt
Council of Boston

County Auditor — John T. Leonard — Temporary
County Treasurer — James E. Gildea



134 MUNICIPAL REGISTER

DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Room 627, New Court House
[Gen. Laws, Chap. 12, § 12, etc.; Stat. 1910, Chaps. 373, 439; Stat.
1912, Chap. 576; Stat. 1913, Chap. 602; Gen. Stat. 1919, Chap. 269;
Stat. 1920, Chap. 451; Stat. 1922, Chap. 277; Stat. 1923, Chaps. 398,
485.]
District Attorney — Garrett H. Byrne

Assistant — Ralph S. Bernard

Assistant — Francis J. Brennan

Assistant — Murray P. Reiser

Assistant — Alfred L. Bunai

Assistant — Lawrence L. Cameron

Assistant — William A. Doherty

Assistant — James E. Foley

Assistant — John T. Gaflfney

Assistant — Hyman F. Goldman

Assistant — Joseph A. Laurano

Assistant — John F. McAuliffe

Assistant — Manuel V. McKenney

Assistant — Joseph A. Melley

Assistant — Joseph A. McDonough

Assistant — Angelo Morello

Assistant — Gerald F. Muldoon

Assistant — John F. Mulhern

Assistant — John A. Pino

Assistant — Walter E. Steele

Assistant — Edward M. Sullivan

Assistant — Joseph A. Sullivan

Assistant — Daniel J. Murphy

Assistant — Newman A. Flanagan

Assistant — Joseph R. Nolan

Assistant — John C. Mahoney

Secretary — George E. McGunigle

LAND COURT

Room 408, Old Court House
Judge — John E. Fenton. Appointed by the Governor.
Associate Judge — Joseph R. Cotton. Appointed by the Governor.
Associate Judge — Edward McPartlin. Appointed by the Governor.
Recorder — Margaret M. Daly. Appointed by the Governor.
Deputy Recorder — Thomas B. Cummings. Appointed by the Judge with

the approval of the Governor and Council.
Chief Title Examiner — John B. Mattson. Appointed by the Judge.
Title Examiner — Bernard W. Berkowitch. Appointed by the Judge.



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK 135

Assistant Clerks — Maynabd R. Gregory, Robert H. Gardner. Ap-
pointed by the Recorder with the approval of the Judge.

Deputy Assistant Clerks — Peter L. McMahon, Mary E. Muhillt.
Appointed by the Recorder with the approval of the Judge.

REGISTER of DEEDS

5th Floor, Old Court House
[Gen. Laws, Chap. 36; Stat. 1895, Chap. 493; Stat. 1904, Chap. 452;
Stat. 1910, Chap. 373; Stat. 1913, Chap. 737; Gen. Stat. 1919,
Chap. 296; Stat. 1920, Chap. 495.]

Register of Deeds — Joseph D. Coughlin. Elected by the people in 1958.
Term ends first Wednesday in January, 1965.

The Register is ex officio Assistant Recorder of the Land Court.
First Assistant Register — John J. McCarthy, Gen. Laws, Chap. 36, Sec. 4.
Second Assistant Register — Edward T. Cady, Gen. Laws, Chap. 36, Sec. 5.
Third Assistant Register — Lawrence J. Fallon, Gen. Laws, Chap. 36, Sec. 5.
Fourth Assistant Register — John W. Barry, Gen, Laws, Chap. 36, Sec. 5-

SHERIFF AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS

Room 102, New Court House
[Gen. Laws. Chap. 37; Stat. 1910. Chap. 373; Gen. Stat. 1919, Chap. 269;

Stat. 1922, Chap. 525.]
Sheriff — Frederick R. Sullivan. Term ends first Wednesday in January,

1969.
Deputy Sheriff and Special Sheriff — Anthony L. BasUe.
Deputy Sheriffs for Service of Writs — Anthony L. Basile, Margaret C.
Long, Eugene C. McDonald, John J. Crowley, Theodore H. O'Brien,
Joseph Shaw, Harry L Timilty. Paid by fees



COURTS AND COURT OFFICIALS



Offices in New Court House, Pemberton Square, except as otherwise
specified.

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT

Chief Justice — Rayruond S. WUkins.

Associate Justices — J9hn V. Spalding, Arthur E. Whittemore, R. Ammi

Cutter, Paul G. Kirk, Jacob J. Spiegel, Paul C. Reardon.
Clerk for the Commonwealth — Richard A. McLaughlin. Appointed by the

Court.
First Assistant Clerk — Frederick J. Quinlan. Appointed by the Court.
Clerk for the County of Suffolk — Chester A. Dolan, Jr. Elected.
First Assistant Clerk — Leo A. Reed. Appointed by the Court.
Second Assistant Clerk — Daniel D. Donnelly. Appointed by the Clerks
Reporter of Decisions — Grant M. Palmer, Jr. Appointed by the Court.
Executive Secretary — Joseph K. Collins. Appointed by the Court.



136 MUNICIPAL REGISTER

SUPERIOR COURT

Chief Justic — G. Joseph Tauro.

Associate Justices — Frank J, Donahue, Lewis Goldberg, John E. Swift,
Felix Forte, Eugene A. Hudson, Edward J. Voke, Frank J. Murray,
Daniel D. O'Brien, Horace T. Cahill, Frank E. Smith, Charles Fair-
hurst, John H. Meagher, Wilfred J. Paquet, Edward A. Pecce, Ed-
mund R. Dewing, Reuben L. Lurie, Donald M. Macaulay, George E.
Thompson, Francis J. Quirico, Charles S. Bolster, John M. Noonan,
Frank W, Tomasello, Edward O. Gourdin, August C. Taveira, John
W. Coddaire, Jr., James L. Vallely, Edward J. DeSaulnier, Jr.,
Robert Sullivan, Jennie Loitman Barron, Francis John Good, David
A. Rose, Thomas J. Spring, Vincent R. Brogna, Francis L. Lappin,
Joseph Ford, Thomas J. O'Malley, Harry Kalus, Amedeo V. Sgarzi,
Robert H. Beaudreau, Henry H. Chmielinski, Jr.

Executive Clerk to the Chief Justice — Edward J. Kelley

For Civil Business

Clerk — Thomas Dorgan. Elected by the people in 1958. Term ends
first Wednesday in January, 1965.

Assistant Clerks — Thomas F. Stanton, First Assistant, Albert L. Crim-
mins. Assistant Equity, Francis P. Murphy, Harry F. Kiley, Francis
P. Concannon, Thomas F. Brophey, Mary G. Murphy, Joseph F.
Toomey, Robert J. Dorgan, John E. Noonan, Francis B. Tyrrell,
Thomas F. McDonough, Albert F. Henneberry, John P. Connelly,
Paul J. Marble, Gerard M. Hennegan, Mary A. Kelley, Joseph A.
Grover.

For Criminal Business

Clerk — Edward V. Keating

First Assistant Clerk — James B. Gibbons

Assistant Clerks — John H. Casey, Albert H. Hines, John P. Swift, Martin
J. Lee, Joseph E. Mellen, Harry Ginsberg, Francis X. Orfanello,
John P. White, Jr., Francis M. Masuret, Jr., Richard G. Finnegan

(probate court and court of insolvency)
2nd Floor, Old Court House
1st Floor, Registry of Probate
[Gen. Laws, Chaps. 215-217; Stat. 1904, Chap. 455; Stat. 1910, Chap.
373; Stat. 1912, Chap. 585; Stat. 1913, Chap. 791; Gen. Stat. 1919,
Chap. 269; Stat. 1921, Chaps. 386, 487; Stat. 1922, Chap. 532.]
Judges — John V. Mahoney, Robert Gardiner Wilson, Jr., Edmund V.

Keville
Register — Louis F. Musco
Assistant Registrar — John A. Griffin
Second Assistant Register — Henry J. Allen
Third Assistant Register — Jeremiah E. Sullivan
Fourth Assistant Register — Arthur A. Kelly



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK 137

Fifth Assistant Register — Mary C. Fitzpatrick

Deputy Assistant Registers — Mortimer F. Kelly and Thomas N. Foley

Head Administrative Assistant — James J. Twomey

Executive Secretary — Marie C. Miner

The judges of Probate are appointed by the Governor. They and the
eight other oflBcials of this Court are paid by the State.

MUNICIPAL COUBT OF THE CITY OF BOSTON

[Gen. Laws, Chap. 218; Stat. 1907, Chap. 179; Stat. 1908. Chap. 191;
Stat. 1909. Chaps. 386, 434; Stat. 1911, Chaps. 231, 469, § 5; Stat.
1912, Chaps. 648, 649, 660, 672; Stat. 1913, Chaps. 289, 430. 612.
716. 748; Stat. 1914. Chaps. 35. 409; Gen. Stat. 1915. Chap. 166;
Gen. Stat. 1916, Chaps. 69. 71. 109, 195. 261. 263; Gen. Stat. 1917.
Chaps. 262, 330; Gen. Stat." 1918, Chap. 250; Stat. 1920, Chaps. 553,
614; Stat. 1921. Chap. 284; Stat. 1922, Chaps. 309, 399, 532.]

Chief Justice — Elijah Adlow

Associate Justices — Daniel J. Gillen, Joseph Riley, Jacob Lewiton,
George W. Roberts, Elias F. Shamon, Francis X. Morrissey, Theo-
dore A. Glynn, Jr., Harold W. Canavan.

Special Justices — Leo P. Doherty, Vincent Mottola, Thomas Wood
Hoag, Charles F. Mahoney, Matthew Brown, Joseph Gorrasi.
All judges are appointed by the Governor, subject to confirmation by

the Executive Council.

For Civil Business
Room 374, Old Court House
Clerk — John E. Hurley. Appointed by the Governor.
First Assistant Clerk — Joseph L. Pierce

Assistant Clerks — William F. Blakeman, George A. Rochford, John S.
Feeney, Ralph Pullo, Jr., Frank J. Fitzwilliam, George D. Sullivan,
Timothy J. Hurley, Philip M. McDavitt, Mary SulHvan, Joseph A.
Woods, Peter J. Rogers. Appointed by the Clerk of the Court with
the approval of the Justices.

For Criminal Business
Room 411, New Court House
Clerk — Daniel J. Lynch. Appointed by the Governor.
First Assistant Clerk — Paul W. Carey

Assistant Clerks — George W. Herman, James F. Hardy, Theodore J.
Stavredes, James F. Monahan, Robert E. McDonough, John M.
Coyne, James E. Clark, Robert E. Block. Appointed by the Clerk
of the Court with the approval of the Justices.



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MUNICIPAL COUBT, BRIGHTON DISTRICT

Chestnut Hill Avenue
Justice — Charles J. Artesani
Special Justice — John J. Sullivan
Clerk — Mary C. Daly. Appointed by the Governor.
Assistant Clerk — Margaret A. Daly

MUNICIPAL COURT, CHARLESTOWN DISTRICT

New Municipal Building, City Square
Justice — Frank J. Cavanagh
Special Justice — James J. Mellen
Clerk — Jeremiah F. Brennan
First Assistant Clerk — Josephine Brennan
Second Assistant Clerk — James J. Mullen

MUNICIPAL COURT, DORCHESTER DISTRICT

Washington Street and Melville Avenue
Justice — Jerome P. Troy
Special Justice — Sadie L. Shulman
Clerk— John P. Holland
Assistant Clerk — Thomas F. Reilly
Second Assistant Clerk — Marguerite H, Hennessy
Third Assistant Clerk — Benjamin J. Wall

EAST BOSTON DISTRICT COURT

Meridian and Paris Streets
Justice — Augustus Loschi
Special Justice — Thomas E. Key
Clerk — John C. Ligotti. Appointed by the Governor.
First Assistant Clerk — Joseph Fiandaca
Second Assistant Clerk — Nora N. Benincuore

MUNICIPAL COURT, ROXBURT DISTRICT

88 Roxbury Street, Boston 19, Mass.
Justices — Charles I. Taylor, Elwood S. McKenney
Special Justices — Samuel Eisenstadt. Philip A. Tracy
Clerk — John F. Aspell. Appointed by the Governor.
First Assistant Clerk — John I. Sullivan
Second Assistant Clerk — Kenneth E. Light
Third Assistant Clerk — John A. D'Arcy
Fourth Assistant Clerk — Julius Goldstein
Fifth Assistant Clerk — Theodore J. Zaborski
Sixth Assistant Clerk — Paul W. Shannon



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK 139

MUNICIPAL COURT, SOUTH BOSTON DISTRICT

Municipal Building, East Broadway
JtLstice — Thomas E. Linehan
Special Justice — Joseph F. Feeney
Clerk — ^John E. Flaherty. Appointed by the Governor.
Assistant Glerk — Raymond J. Dodds
Second Assistant Clerk — Ralph F. Clougherty

MUNICIPAL COURT, WEST ROXBURY DISTRICT. INCLUDING HYDE PARK,

JAMAICA PLAIN AND ROSLiNDALE, 445 Arborway, Forest Hills, 30
Justice — Daniel W. Casey

Special Justices — Frank S. Deland and Andrew J. Macdonnell
Clerk — Vincent A. Mannering. Appointed by the Governor
First Assistant Clerk — ^Thomas E. Anastasi
Second Assistant Clerk — ^John W. Norton

BOSTON JUVENILE COURT

Room 168. Old Court House

[Chap. 334, Acts of 1903; Chap. 489, Acts of 1906; Gen. Stat. 1919. Chap.
255; Stat. 1922. Chap. 399.]

Justice — ^John J. Connelly

Special Justices — George W. Cashman. G. Bruce Robinson

Clerk — John H. Louden

Assistant Clerk — William H. Ohrenberger, Jr.

Chapter 489 of the Acts of 1906, establishing a court to be known as
the Boston Juvenile Court for the "Care, Custody and Discipline of
Juvenile Offenders," provides for the transfer to said court of the juris-
dictions, authority and powers hitherto vested in the Municipal Court of
Boston, under Chapter 334 of the Acts of 1903. The Act took effect
September 1, 1906.

The jurisdiction of the Court has been increased from time to time so
that at the present time, the Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the
Boston Municipal Court over adults who commit the offences of Con-
tributing to the Delinquency of Children under the age of 17 and against
parents for neglect of minor children, and against parents for failing to
have children attend school.

The Justice, Special Justices and Clerk of this Court are appointed by
the Governor.



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Probation Officers

[Stat. 1880, Chap. 129, § 1; P. S. 212, § 74; Stat. 1882, Chap. 125; Stat.
1891, Chap. 256, §§ 1, 6; Stat. 1892, Chaps. 242, 276, §§ 1, 3; Stat.
1897, Chap. 266, §§ 1, 3; Stat. 1898, Chap. 511, §§ 1, 2; R. L. Chap.
217, §§ 81, 92; Stat. 1905, Chap, 295; Stat. 1906, Chaps. 329, 489,
§ 6; Stat. 1907, Chaps. 223, 261; Stat. 1908, Chaps. 190, 637; Stat.
1909, Chap. 216; Stat. 1910, Chaps. 332, 479; Stat. 1911, Chaps. 116,
470; Stat. 1912, Chaps. 648, § 2, 664; Stat. 1913, Chap. 612, § 1;
Stat. 1915, Chaps. 89, § 1, 254, § 1; Stat. 1936, Chap. 360; Stat. 1937,
Chap. 186; Stat. 1947, Chaps. 566, § 1, 639, 655; Stat. 1948, Chap.
640, Acts of 1949, Chap. 783, has amended the above. Chaps. 513,
531, Acts of 1950; Chap. 774, Acts of 1951. Chap. 731, Acts of 1956,]

These officers are appointed by the judges of the respective criminal
courts to ascertain aU facts relating to the offenders brought before the
courts. In the performance of their official duties they have all the
powers of police officers.

Acts of 1956, Chapter 731

These officers are appointed by the judges of the respective criminal
courts to ascertain all facts relating to the offenders brought before the
courts. The chief justice of the municipal court of the city of Boston,
subject to the approval of the associate justices thereof, and the justice
of each other district court and of the Boston juvenile court, with the
written approval of the administrative committee of the district courts,
who may appoint such male and female probation officers as they may
respectively from time to time deem necessary for their respective courts.
No person shall be appointed until his or her quaUfications have been
examined by the Commissioner of Probation and approved by him as
meeting the standards established by the Committee on Probation, as
provided in Section 99A. In the performance of their official duties they
have all the powers of police officers.

MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE CITY OF BOSTON

Chief Probation Officer — Joseph W. Crockwell

First Assistant Chief Probation Officer — James E. Flavin

Second Assistant Chief Probation Officer — Marion L. Carlin

Medical Director — H. Bernard Fisher, M.D.

Assistant Medical Director —

Deputy Probation Officer — John J. ColUns

Deputy Probation Officer — Maurice A. SuUivan

Probation Officers

A. Arthur Capone, Samuel J. CoUis, Frederick W. Hall, Albert L.
Hoskins, Robert T. Hughes, John B. Magaldi, Hyman Mann, Martin



COUNTY OF SUFFOLK 141

Marck, Florence J. McCarthy, John F. McCarthy, George R. Skelly,
Bruce A, Stevens, Julius V. Chaplik, Isidore Morica, Catherine G. Tierney,
Margaret E. Conley, Veronica L. McCormack, Jean E. Harney, Phyllis
C. Walker, Margaret M. Conroy, Dorothy M. Murray, Angelo Musto, Jr.

BOSTON JUVENILE COURT

Chief Probation Officer — Joseph P. Shea

Assistant Chief Probation Officer — Joseph P. Connolly

Assistant Chief Probation Officer — Louis G. Maglio

Probation Officers — John J. Connelly, Jr., Katherine M. O'Brien Connolly,
Nicholas F. Gatto, Walter B, Murphy, Lawrence S. Plenty, Edward R.
Skeflangton, Margaret V, Sullivan, Phillippa J. Myers, probation officer
and nurse, Elizabeth F. Powers.

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT COURTS

Brighton — Chief Probation Officer, Thomas C. O'Brien, Jr., Marian
O'DonneU. Charlestown — Chief Probation Officer, Joseph H. Burns,
William D. Sweeney, William L. Meade. Chelsea — Chief Probation
Officer, David D. Greenspan, LilUan A. Evans, Donald J. Proctor, Thomas
McKenna. Dorchester — Chief Probation Officer, Matthew T. Connolly,
Probation Officers, Hubert C. Travers, John H. Maloney, Mary L.
McLoughlin, Robert Wilson. East Boston — Chief Probation Officer,
Mario F. DiTroia, Vincent Santosuosso, WiUiam J. Pipicelli. Roxbury —
Chief Probation Officer, Elizabeth D. Kingston. Assistant Chief Probation
Officers, Arthur A. Devin, Albert E. Goslin, Randolph Glover. Probation
Officers, Donald B. Akerstrom, John M. Teehan, Robert J. Filippone,
Vivian J, Daniels, Malcolm L. Weymouth, Edward P. Rooney, David
C. Comerford, Thomas J. SuUivan, Paul Sheehy, Robert A. Pasakarnis,
Harry W. Lofton, James H. Norton, Norma P. Kilson, Joseph J.
McDonough, Jeannette M. Ronan, Robert C. O'Shea. South Boston —
Chief Probation Officer, Joseph J. Galligan. Probation Officers, WilUam
R. Gillespie, John F. Cahill, Regina M. Gibbons. West Roxbury — Chief
Probation Officer, Thomas M. GemeUi. Probation Officers, James F.
HoUand, Timothy F. Tobin, Jr. (temporary)

SUPERIOR COURT

Chief Probation Officer — John F. Feeney.

Assistant Chief Probation Officers — Charles Sullivan, John O'Connor.
Probation Officers (male) — Michael J. Coyne, Joseph Donnelly, Darrell
Outlaw, James Sartori, Francis L. Toomey, Daniel Paul Toomey, Richard
A. Luccio.

Probation Officers (female) — Mrs. Phyllis M. DriscoU, Miss Kathryn G.
Mead, Miss Mary C. Smith.



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MEDICAL EXAMINERS FOR SUFFOLK COUNTY



[Gen. Laws, Chap. 38; Stat. 1908, Chap. 424; Stat. 1909, Chap. 273; Stat.
1911, Chaps. 252, 274; Stat. 1912, Chaps. 466, 631; Gen. Stat. 1916,
Chap. 114; Gen. Stat. 1919, Chap. 216; Stat. 1920, Chap. 188.]

The County is divided into two medical districts. Northern and Southern,
by a Une beginning at the junction of the Brookline Une with Huntington
avenue; thence through Huntington avenue and Fencourt; thence through
middle of Fens, through Boylston, Berkeley and Providence streets. Park
square, Boylston and Essex streets, Atlantic avenue and Summer street
to Fort Point Channel; thence through said channel, Dover street, Dor-
chester avenue, Dorchester street, East Fourth and G streets to the harbor.
Medical Examiners — Northern District, Michael A. Luongo, M.D., 784
Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. Term ends in 1964. Southern
District, Richard Ford, M.D., 784 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston.
Term ends in 1964.

Associate Medical Examiners — George W. Curtis, M.D., 25 Shattuck
street, Boston. Term ends in 1966. Leonard Atkins, M.D., 25
Shattuck street, Boston. Term ends in 1964,

Each is appointed by the Governor for a term of seven years.

Northern District Mortuary is located at 784 Massachusetts avenue.

Southern District Mortuary is located at 784 Massachusetts avenue.


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