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CITY DOCUMENTS



Municipal Register 1917,

Mayor*s Address to the Council,

Annual Reports, Etc.



FOR THE YEAR 1916.




CITY OF NEW BEDFORD
MASSACHUSETTS



INDEX IN DETAIL



MUNICIPAL REGISTER. Page

Mayor 1

City Council 1

Standing Committees of Citv Council 2

City Clerk ' 2

City Treasurer and Collector 2

City Auditor 2

Clerk of Committees 2

City Solicitor. 2

City Engineer 2

Superintendent of Streets 3

Superintendent of Buildings 3

Assistant Superintendent of Buildings 3

Inspector of Wires 3

City Physician 3

Sealer of Weights and Measures 3

City Forester 3

Superintendent of Sewers 3

Harbor Master 3

City Wharfinger 3

Inspector of Crude Petroleum 3

Fence Viewers . . 3

Caretaker of Graves of Soldiers and Sailors 3

Registrar of Labor 3

Consulting Engineer, Intercepting Sewer 3

Inspector of Milk, Provisions and Animals 3

Board of Health 4

Assessors 5

Overseers of the Poor 5

Free Public Library 6

Commissioners of Sinking Fund 6

New Bedford Water Works 6

Park Commissioners 6

Cemetery Board 7

Registrars of Voters 7

Licensing Board 7

Fire Department 7

New Bedford Protecting Society 8

Police Department 9-12

Minor Officers: Special Police 12-15

Constables 16

Public Weighers 16-19

Weighers of Coal 19-20

Weighers of Boilers and Heavy Machinery 20

Surveyors of Lumber 21

Measurers of Grain 21

Measurers of Wood and Bark 21

Election Officer. 22-29

Ward Lines 30-31

Voting Precincts 33-36



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INDEX IN DETAIL. 3

MAYOR'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS.

Page

Introduction 3b

Municipal Debt 4b

W iJening of Union Street 5b

Municipal Hospital 6b

New schools 6b

Municipal auditorium 6b

Revision of ordinances 6b

School halls for community purposes 7b

Enforcement of laws 7b

Sundaytheatricals 7b

Conclusion 8b

ANNUAL REPORTS.

Bath Houses, 3 pages, folio letter G.

New bath houses 2C

Statement of receipts 2C

Financial Statement 3C

Building Department, 23 pages, folio letter D,

New central fire station 3D

Sale of old central fire station 3-4D

Portable school buildings 4D

Public bath houses 4-5D

Wharf repairs 5D

Fifth street school 5-6D

Pumpi'ig station 6D

New schoolhouse 6D

New central police station 7D

General repairs 7D

Schoolhouses 8-lOD

Fire stations lOD

Police stations 10-llD

Miscellaneous IID

Repairs necessary to buildings 12-14D

Building statistics 15-18D

Schools 15D

Fire stations ; 16D

Police stations l7D

Other public buildings 18D

Building Statistics for 1916 19D

Government buildings 19D

Statistics of previous years 20D

Inspections 21D

Violations 21D

Elevator inspection 22D

Inspection of street signs 22D

Hotel and lodging house inspection 23D

Cemetery Department, 16 pages, folio letter E.

Personnel 2E

Financial statement 4-6E

Work of department 7-9E

Assistant superintendent's report 10-1 2 E

Construction work 13E

Perpetual care 14-15E

Caretaker of soldiers and sailors graves 16E



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4 INDEX IN DETAIL.

Page
City Clerk, 15 pages

License receipts 3-4

Fees 4

Other financial business 4

Vital statistics 5-6

Parentage of children born in 1916 7

Elections 8-15

City Auditor, 49 pages

Appropriations, receipts and expenditures, 1916 Insert

Receipts 3-8

Taxes 3

Licenses and permits 3

Fines and forfeits 3

Grants and gifts 3

Special assessments 4

Privileges 4

Departmental 4-5

Interest 6

Municipal indebtedness 7

Agency and trust funds 8

Payments 9-39

General government 9-13

Protection of life and property 14-16

Health and sanitation 17-22

Highways and bridges 23-25

Charities 26

Soldiers benefits 27

Education 28-30

Libraries 31—32

Recreation 33-34

Unclassified 35

Public service enterprises 36

Cemeteries 37

Administration of invested Funds 38

Interest and indebtedness 38

Sinking funds 39

Agency, trust and investment 39

Summary 40

Statement of bonded debt and sinking funds Insert

Balance sheet 41

Certificate 42

Schedule and valuation of city property 43-48

Certificates 49

City Treasurer, 12 pages

Cash receipts and payments 4

Cash receipts in detail 5-6

Cash payments in detail 6-7

Valuation of real and personal property 10

Comparative table of division of tax rate 10

Bonded debt 11

Treasurer's report of trust funds . . 12



INDEX IN DETAIL. 5

Page
Collector of Taxes, 4 pages

Statement of sewer assessments 14

Tax collections 15

Collections of warrants 16

National bank taxes 16

Street railway excise taxes 16

Trustees of Kempton Fund 17-18

Commissioners of Sinking Funds, 7 pages, folio letter H

Treasurer's account 24H

Investment of sinkingfunds 25-29H

Engineering Department, 22 pages, folio letter J

Municipal statistics 2J

Financial statement ■^J

Sewers 4-7J

Classification of work 8J

Table of construction of sewers Insert

Streets laid out and accepted 9J

Streets widened, discontinued, and altered lOJ

Record of tides 1 1 J

Meteorological record 12J

Report of consulting engineer 13-16J

Day labor, intercepting sewer 17J

Contract work, intercepting sewer 18-19J

Maintenance cost, intercepting sewer 20J

Expenditures for 1916, intercepting sewer 21J

Total expenditures, intercepting sewer 22J

Fire Department, 27 pages, folio letter K

Personnel • 2-4K.

Apparatus 5-oK

Pension list 6K.

Fatalities 7K

Financial statement oK

Report of alarms, losses and insurance 9K

Recommendations 10^

Signal system 11-12K

Roster 13-24K

Protecting society 2^K

Causes for fires and alarms, 1916 26-27K

Health Department, 41 pages, folio letter L

For index, see page 41.

Inspector of Animals, 2 pages, folio letter M
Inspector of Wires, 10 pages, folio letter N

Inspection of inside wiring ■ 3N

Removal of overhead wires and construction 4-5N

Removal of unnecessary poles and wires 6 7N

Outside work 7-8N

Police signal system 8N

Recommendations 9-lON



g INDEX IN DETAIL.

Page
Public Library, 52 pages, folio letter O

Personnel 20

Librarian's report 4-90

Resources and additions _ 40

Activities 5-70

Library needs 7-80

General notes 8-90

J uvenile room lO-llO

Appendices 12-520

Park Department, 22 pages, folio letter P

Personnel 2P

Report of board 3-5P

Superintendent's report 6-13P

Financial report 15-22P

Police Department, 18 pages, folio letter O

Arrests 4Q

Offences 4-6Q

Disposition of cases 6-7Q

Inspector's department 7Q

Matron's report 7Q

Miscellaneous business 8Q

Personnel 9-17Q

Poor Department, 14 pages

Personnel 3-4

General statistics 6

Financial statement 7

Outside relief 8

Almshouse expenditures 9

Products of City Farm 10

Almshouse register 11

Reports of physicians 12-14

Sealer of Weights and Measures, 8 pages, folio letter S

Equipment 3-5S

Work performed 5S

Trial weighing 6S

Summary of inspection 7S

Recommendations 8S

School Department, 63 pages, folio letter T
For index see pages 62-63.

Industrial School, 34 Pages, folio letter U,

Personnel 4-8U

Calendar 9U

Enrollment 9U

Machine department 10-13U

Carpentry department 15-16U

Paper hanging department 16U

Power department 19-20U

Plumbing department 20U

Electrical department 23U

Homemaking department 27-29U

Evening schools 30U

Card of information 32U

Cost of school for 1916 33U

Check on absence, tardiness, etc 34U



INDEX IN DETAIL. 7

Page
Street Department, 52 pages, folio letter V,

General statement of superintendent 3-5\

Table of proposed reorganization 6V

General statistics of city 7V

Appropriations and expenditures 8V

Highways and streets 10-1 1\

Streets laid out and accepted 12V

Streets widened, altered 13V

Dust suppression I4V

Stable and teaming account 15V

Highways and streets, financial statement 16V

Gutters 17 V

Highway improvement 18V

Highway improvement account 20-23V

Stone Crushers 24V

Curbing 25-29V

New gutters 30V

Filling and grading 31V

Granolithic 32-37V

Bridges 40-41V

Forestry 44 V^

Sewers and drains 46-47V

Sewer construction account. 50V

New catch basin account 52V

Water Board, 61 pages, folio letter W,

Personnel 2W

Financial 3W

Statutes 4-8W

Contracts 8-1 IW

Report of registrar 12-19W

Receipts 12-13 W

Expenditures 13-14Vi^

Expenditures from beginning of works 15-17W

Water debt 18- 19W

Report of Superintendent 20-34 W

Rainfall 21-22W

Water analyses 23-26W

Work in general 27-29W

Maintenance of meters 30 W

Drinking fountains 31 W

Consumption of water 32-34W

Tables of work 35-57W

Summary of statistics 58-61 W

City Ordinances, 16 pages, folio letter X,

An Ordinance amending Sections 610, 623 and 624
of the Revised Ordinances, so as to Provide for
the Licensing of Hawkers and Peddlers of Fish;
and Fixing Certain Fees 2-3X

An Ordinance Providing for the Appointment of

Surveyors of Lumber 4X

An Ordinance Amending Sections 28 and 30 of the

Revised Ordinances of 1916 4X



8 INDEX IN DETAIL.

Page

An Ordinance Relative to Receipts into the City

Treasury 5X

An Ordinance Amending Section 652 of the Revised

Ordinances of 1916, relative to "Jitneys" 6X

An Ordinance Prohibiting the Sale or Use of

Fireworks 6X

An Ordinance Amending That Part of the Revised

Ordinances of 1916, known as the Building Code 7-14X
An Ordinance Relative to the Erection, Construction,

Alteration or Conversion to Use of a Building

to be Used as a Garage 14-15X

An Ordinance Establishing a Board of Trustees for

the Management of a Municipal Hospital 16X

An Ordinance Regulating Traffic in South Water

Street between Potomska and Cove Streets.. . . 16X



Municipal Register

JUNE 1, 1917.



MAYOR.

HON. CHARLES S. ASHLEY, 93 State Street,
Salary $5,000.

ALDERMEN— Salary $100 each.

Ward One:— NAPOLEON RICARD 128 Bowditch Street

Ward Two:— JAMES F. COLLINS 27 Trinity Street

Ward Three:-ELZEAR H. CHOQUETTE 8 Robeson Street

Ward Four:— CLIFTON W. BARTLETT. . . .2 North Orchard Street —

Ward Five:— CHARLES M. CARROLL 8 Llawthorn Terrace -

Ward Six: —THOMAS KIRKHAM 835 Brock Avenue

Clerk:— W. H. B. REMINGTON.

COMMON COUNCILMEH.
Ward One.

EUGENE E. BARTHELEMY 250 Tinkham Street

RODOLPHE J. CARRIER. . . ; 1220 Acushnet Avenue

JAMES M. HUGHES 162 Nash Road

GEORGE D. LACROIX 1 19 Tallman StreetA

Ward Two.

ALDEI CASAVANT 341 Coggeshall Street

JEREMIAH COUGHLIN 24 Penniman Street

JOHN H. HOLLIHAN 79 Richmond Street

DANIEL J. SULLIVAN 666 Cottage Street-
Ward Three.

GEORGE T. DUCKWORTH 137 Smith Street

■ WILLIAM H. LOUGHLIN 60 Parker Street-

FREDERICK C. LUCE 128 Campbell Street-—

FRANK A. McNULTY 131 Parker Street

Ward Four.

WILLIAM J. FRANCIS 173 Rounds Street

EDWARD J. HARRINGTON 327 Court Street—

W. SEYMOUR LANGSHAW 152 Cottage Street—

LOUIS N. SCHULER 198 Cottage Street

Ward Five. /C -^

ROBERT L. BAYLIES 85 Bedford Street — ?

HARRISON T. BORDEN. 154 Fair Street ._

X JOHN McCULLOUGH, 3d 38 South Sixth Street-

^-FRANK WHITTAKER 93 South Sixth Street

Ward Six.

WILLIAM BOND '. 104 Butler Street

WILLIAM J. HARNISH 15 Ruth Street

ABRAHAM MURGATROYD 444 Brock Avenue ^^

ODILON ROUSSEAU 197 Rivet Street

President:— HARRISON T. BORDEN.

Clerk:— CHARLES P. SAWYER. Salary, $500.



2 MUNICIPAL REGISTER.

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL.

Armories — Aldermen Ricard (ch.), Carroll;

Councilmen Casavant, Holirhan and Duckworth.

Audit — Aldermen Kirkham (ch.) Collins; Councilmen Coughlin,
McCullough and Whittaker.

Bath Houses — Aldermen Kirkham (ch.), Bartlett; Councilmen
Carrier, Loughlin and Murgatroyd.

Bui'ding Code — Aldermen Collins (ch.) Ricard; Councilmen Lacroix,
Barthelemy and Luce.

City Property — Aldermen Choquette (ch.), Collins; Councilmen
Duckworth, Francis and Schuler.

Claims — Aldermen Carroll (ch.), Ricard; Councilmen Loughlin,
McNulty ard Harrington.

Finance — Aldermaif Choquette (ch.), Kirkham; Councilmen Carrier,
Luce and Langshaw.

Fire Department — Aldermen Bartlett, (ch.), Carroll; Councilmen
Hughs, Baylies and Bond.

Ordinances — Alderman Bartlett (ch.), Choquette; Councilmen
HoUihan, Harrington and Murgatroyd.

Streets — Aldermen Carroll (ch.), Kirkham; Councilmen Casavant,
McCullough and Harnigh.

Street Lights — Aldermen Collins (ch.), Bartlett; Councilmen
Sullivan, McNulty and Langshaw.

Wharves — Aldermen Ricard (ch.), Choquette; Councilmen Coughlin,
Whittaker and Rousseau.



DEPARTMENTS.

City Clerk — WALTER H. B. REMINGTON, Salary $3,000,
219 Ash Street. Assistant City Clerk — JAMES DIGNAM.

Salary $1,800, 289 Maple Street.

City Treasurer and Collector of Taxes — WILLIAM S. COOK,
Salary $3,500. 48 Morgan Street.

City Auditor— CHARLES J. McGURK, Salary $2,500, 79 Rockland
Street.

Clerk of Committees— CHARLES P. SAWYER, Salary $1,750.
133 Chancery Street.

City Solicitor— BENJAMIN B. BARNEY, Salary $3,000.
3 North Orchard Street.

City Engineer— GEORGE H. NYE, Salary $3,000.
23 Arnold Place.



MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



Superintendent of Streets — CHARLES F. LAWTON, Salary
$3,000, 405 Union Street.

Superintendent of Public Buildings and Inspector of Buildings —

JOSEPH L. GIBBS, Salary $2,500. 569 Purchase Street.

Assistant Superintendent of Public Buildings —

MARTIN PL SULLIVAN. Salary $1,500. 78 North Street.

Inspector of Wires — WILLIAM P. BRIGGS. Salary $1,500.
28 Priscilla Street.



OTHER OFFICIALS.

City Physician— Salary $800. SAMUEL K. SEGALL, M. D.

Term expires April, 1918.

Sealer of Weights ana Measures — JOHN HOBIN, 1285 Pleasant

Street. Salary $1,200.

City Forester— CHARLES F. LAWTON, Superintendent of Streets,
ex-officio. Salary $100.

Superintendent of Sewers — CHARLES F. LAWTON, Superinten-
dent of Streets, ex-officio.

Harbor Master— CHARLES IL PURRINGTON. Salary $300.

City Wharfinger— HENRY F. WEST. 209 So. Second Street. Fees.

Inspector of Crude Petroleum— OR VI LLE E. YOUNG. 246 Palmer

Street. Fees.

Fence Viewers— STEPHEN H. BOND, 75 Carroll Street;

SAMUEL W. JENNINGS, 401 Pleasant Street;
THOMAS THORLEY, 467 Allen Street.

Caretaker of Graves of Soldiers and Sailors — HURLBURT E.

THOMAS, 177 Shavv'mut Avenue, (Assistant Superintendent of
Cemeteries.) No salary.

Registrar of Labor (Under Massachusetts Civil Service Commission)
—WILLIAM J. CARTER, 409 Bolton Street. Salary $300.

Consulting Engineer, Intercepting Sewer — WILLIAM F.

WILLIAMS, 34 Court Street. Salary $2,000.

Inspector of Milk, Provisions and Animals Intended for
Slaughter —

—Dr. Herbert B. Hamilton, 79 Hillman Street. Salary $1,700.



4 MUNICIPAL REGISTER.

BOARD OF HEALTH.

Salary $500 each.

LOUIS Z. NORMANDIN, M. D. Term expires February, 1920

COOPER GAW, Term expires February, 1918

JOSEPH R. GLENNON, Term expires February, 1919

LOUIS Z. NORMANDIN, M. D., Chairman

Agent and Executive Officer — Salary $2,500.
WILLIAM G. KIRSCHBAUM

Clerk — Salary $1,200
SUSAN J. SMALL,

Assistant to Clerk — $16 per week.
EDNA E. WRIGHT,

Sanitary Inspectors, $23.80 eaoh per week.

THOMAS DAHONEY, JOHN E. GLENNON.

EDWARD RAYMOND.

Milk Collector and Interpreter, $18 per week
FREDERICK J. FRANCIS

Inspectors of Plumbing — Salary, $1,600 each.
LOUIS H. RICHARDSON, WILLIAM DEACON.

Medical Inspector — Salary, $1,600
A. N. SENESAC, M. D.

Oculists — Salary $1000 each.
FREDERICK L. CLARK, M.D. CHAS. M. ATCHISON, M.D.

Bacteriologist — Salary $1,000
A. H. MANDELL, M. D.

Quarantine Physician
JOSEPH A. FRASIER, M. D.

Public Vaccinators
L. K. DORAN, M. D. R. D. HEAP, M. D.

Nurse — $22.50 each per week.
SARA W. CHASE PHILOMENE E. VARGOS

HARRIET L. MURPHY

Nurse to Parochial Schools — $22.50 per week for 40 weeks.
CATHERINE W. LOWNEY

Medical School Inspectors — Salary, $400 each
DR. A. V. PIERCE DR. J. F. WEEKS

DR. CHARLES SHANKS DR. J. P. ST. GERMAIN

DR. W. A. NIELD DR. J. C. ROSS

DR. E. P. SEAVER, JR. DR. D. J. LOWNEY

DR. E. ST. J. JOHNSON DR. WILLIAM ROSEN

Inspector of Milk, Provisions, Slaughtering, etc. — Salary, $1,700
H. B. HAMILTON, D. V. S.



MUNICIPAL REGISTER. 5

ASSESSORS.

Salary $2,300 each
TOHN HANNIGAN, Chairman Term expires 1918

JOSEPH II. HANDFORD, Secretary Term expires 1919

JOHN H. FINNFLL, Term expires 1917

Assistant Assessors
Salary $4.00 per day when employed.
Ward 1— JOSEPH A. DIONNE and WILLIAM HALL
Ward '-JAMES H. HOLDEN and HAROLD D. P. RYAN
Ward 5-ALBERT W. GOODWIN and WILLIAM F. SALTER
Wa d 4-ROLAND A. LEONARD and EDWARD B GRAY
Ward 5-FREDERICK D. SOULE and JOHN C. NOYER
Ward 64oHNB ROBERTS and WILLIAM P.MATTHEWS

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Salary, $300 each

KOPEL COHEN, Chairman
A. DENNIS PERREAULT, Term expires May 1, 1920

KOPEL COHEN, Term expires May 1 9 9

EDWARD DeMELLO, . Term expires May 1, 1918

Secretary and Almoner — Salary, $2,000
DOUGLAS L. McGEE

Visitor and Portuguese Interpreter— Salary, $1,456
ANTONE H. SENNA

Clerk and French Interpreter— Salary, $1,300.
JOSEPH A. DESJARDINS

Visitor— Salary $1,040
RAYMOND HALLIWELL

Stenographers
M CATHERINE ROGERS — Salary $12 per week
ESTHER G. FRANCIS — Salary $10 per week

Superintendent of Almshouse, Salary $1,050
THOMAS F. BROWN

Matron of Almshouse — Salary $450
CATHERINE E. BROWN

Chaplain of Almshouse
REV. CHARLES S. THURBER

Physicians to the Board — Salary, $900 each.

Physician to the North District
ARTHUR L. BRUNELLE, M. D.

Physician to the Centre District
JOHN B. WEBSTER, M. D.

Physician to the South District
ANTHONY J. RODERICK, M. D.

Physician to Cove District — Almshouse
OVIDE T. CHARRON, M. D.



g MUNICIPAL REGISTER.

TRUSTEES FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Ex-OfRcio Terms expire January 1917.

CHARLES S. ASHLEY Mayor of the City.

HARRISON T. BORDEN President of the Common Council.

CLIFTON W. BARTLETT President of the Board of Aldermen.

Elected by the City Council
FI^ANK A. MILLIKEN, Term expires April, 1918

SAMUEL F. WINSPER, Term expires April, 1918

CHARLES M. HOLMES, Term expires April, 1919

FRANCIS M. KENNEDY, Term expires April, 1919

ABBOT P. SMITH, Term expires April, 1920

OTIS S. COOK, Term expires April, 1920

President of the Board
THE MAYOR

Clerk
GEORGE H. TRIPP



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND

BENJAMIN A. TRIPP, Term expires March, 1919

HENRY C. ROBLNSON, Term expires March, 1920

CHARLES S. KELLEY, JR. Term expires March, 1918

WILLIAM S. COOK, Secretary and Treasurer— Salary $300



NEW BEDFORD WATER WORKS
New Bedford Water Board

CHARLES S. ASHLEY, Mayor, ex-officio. President
HARRISON T. BORDEN, President of Common Council, ex-officio
WILLIAM H. PITMAN, Term expires June, 1918

FREDERIC H.TABER, Term expires [une, 1919

LETTICE R. WASHBURN, Term expires June, 1917

Clerk
ROBERT C. P. COGGESHALL

Superintendent — Salary, $3,500
ROBERT C. P. COGGESHALL

Water Registrar — Salary, $1,800
CLIFFORD BAYLIES



BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

WILLIAM P. COVELL, Chairman
WILLIAM F. CASWELL, Term expires 1st Monday in Mav, 1922
WILLIAM FERGUSON, Term expires 1st Monday in Ma'y, 1918

WILLIAM P. COVELL, Term expires 1st Monday in May, 1919

GEORGE IL HEDGE, Term expires 1st ATonday in May, 1920

JOSEPH BARNES, Term expires 1st Monday in May, 1921

WILLIAM F. CASWELL, Secretary

General Superintendent — Salary, $2,000
THOMAS W. COOK



MUNICIPAL REGISTER. 7

CEMETERY BOARD

WILLIAM M. HIGHAM, Chairman
WILLIAM M. HIGHAM, Term expires May 1, 1918

JOHN G. NICHOLSON, Term expires May 1, 1919

CHARLES H. VINAL, Term expires May 1, 1920

CHARLES H. VINAL, Secretary

Assistant Superintendent of Cemeteries— Salary, $1,200
HURLBERT E. THOMAS



REGISTRARS OF VOTERS

Salary $400 each

CHANNING WILDE, (Dem.) Chairman, Term expires May, 1917

WILLIAM J. GLASGOW, JR., (Dem.) Term expires May, 1918

JOSEPH A. DESAULNIERS, (Rep.) Term expires May, 1919

W. H. B. REMINGTON, (Rep.) Clerk, Salary, $400.



LICENSING BOARD

Salary, $500 each

RODOLPHUS A. SWAN, Chairman and Secretary

CHARLES H. SIMMONS, Term expires 1918

MINER W. WILCOX, Term expires 1920

RODOLPHUS A. SWAN, Term expires 1922



FIRE DEPARTMENT
Board of Fire Engineers

EDWARD F. DAHILL, - - . - Chief Engineer

Term expires April, 1918. Salary, $2,750.
JAMES J. DONAGHY, - First Assistant Engineer

Elected yearly in April, 1916. Salary, $1,750.
FRANK R. PEASE - - Second Assistant Engineer

Elected yearly in April. Salary, $1,750.
JOHN W. DONAGHY - Third Assistant Engineer
Elected yearly in April. Salary, $1,750.

JOSEPH P. KENNEDY— Clerk of Board. Salary, $500.



8



MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



THE NEW BEDFORD PROTECTING SOCIETY.

1916—1917

PRESIDENT :

CHAS. S. KELLEY, JR.

Directors.

HENRY S. HUTCHINSON F. OSCAR COVILL
THOMAS B. AKIN F. P. R. PATTERSON

CHAS. S. BAYLIES JOSEPH F. CORNWELL

EDWARD B. ROBBINS ERNEST H. BOUCHER

SECRETARY AND TREASURER I

CHESTER P. REXFORD



Allen, Geo. H. H.
Webber, James A.
Swift. Horace W.
Rlair, John K.
Dawe, William C.
Bonneau, F. A.
Bourne, AVilliams S.
Brightman, Harry C.
Brooks, Arthur T.
Coe, I. H., Jr.
Coggeshall, R. C. P.
Brooks, Andrew J.
Williams, Thos. W.
Delano, Arthur D.
Read, W. Kempton
P'rancis, James P.
Gifford, Frank H.
Gifford, Thos. J.
Chase, Chester W.
McDonald, Henry J.
Howard, Henry, Jr.
Budlong, James E.
Humphrey, Jas. L., Jr.
Taber, George C.
Knowles, Henry S.
Macy, Frederick B.
Macy, George I.
Macy, J. Roland
Shaw, John C
Manchester, P. F.
Mendelson, Hyman
Tucll, Clifton P.
Watson, Edwin M.



Makin, Henry J.
Parker, David L.
Perry, Samuel H.
Pitman, William H.
Porier, Aime J.
Potter, William F.
Oesting, Edward A.
Olivier, Geo. L.
Oman, Charles E.
Smith, Nat. C.
Richardson, Louis H.
Francis, Arthur S.
Phillips, William C.
Robinson, Wm. A., Jr.
Butler, Morgan
Sharpies, Charles S.
Sharpies, Arthur
Smith, Alex. T.
Dunham, Otis M.
Sullivan, D. J.
Sears, Louis A.
Taber, Frederic H.
Taylor, Wm. T.
Whittemore, Harry E.
Wagner, Isaiah C.
Wood, Horace
Burke. Harry
Russell, Charles A.
Allen, Lesley B.
Bliven, George F.
Carpenter, Orrin B.
Parker, Ward M.
Dahill, Edward F. Jr.



MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Chief

Salary, $2,500
THOMAS J. TAFT

Deputy Chief

Salary, $2,000
JOHN C. PARKER

Captains

Salary, $1,650 each

DANIEL DENEEN ' FRANK W. SYLVIA

HARRY D. STOW

Chief Inspector

Salary $1,500
WALTER ALMOND

Inspectors

$4.00 per day each.

GEORGE R. LAWRENCE 'ALBERT E. MOSHER

CHARLES F. SMITH

Lieutenants

$4.00 per dav each
N ARCISSE A. BREAULT " JEREMIAH McCARTHY

EDWARD P. DOHERTY SAMUEL D. McLEOD

THOMAS FAY WILLIAM E. ROSCOE

WILLIAM FOWLER WILLIS C. UNDERWOOD

CHARLES L. McBAY JOSEPH B. WING

Sergeants

$3.75 per day each.

HARRY C. ELLIS JAMES W. SAVAGE

EDMUND FOLEY GEORGE A. SHERMAN

AROD B. HOLLOWAY DANIEL P. SWEENEY

JAMES J. MOORE CHESTER L. TRIPP

FRANK L. REMINGTON WILLIAM WELSH

Inspector of Minor Licenses

$3.40 per day.

JOSEPH S. MANNING

Police Matron

Salary $2.25 per day
SARAH M. BROWNELL

Keeper of the Lockup

Salary, $100 per year
THOMAS J. TAFT

Stenographer

P. BERT TAYLOR



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MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



PATROLMEN

Salary: 1st year $3.00 per day.
2d year $3.00 per day.
3d year $3.40 per day.



Ashley Henry T.
Astley, Alaurice
Aillery, Constant
Allen, Charles E.
Almond, William, Jr.
Barbour, Robert L.
Bedford, Eilverado
Berry, James W.
Boeliler, Max F.
Bolton, James E.
Bourgeois, Albibi
Breault. Joseph A..
Brennan, Michael J.
Briggs, Myron S. A.
Brightman, Ellery E.
Brophy, Edward O.
Burgess, Edward
Butts, Henry
Cash, James
Caswell, Charles A.
Chase, Raymond
Chausse, Onat A.
Cleary, William E.
Cole, William T.
Craft, James F.
Crapo, Albert A.
Cushing, William S.
Daley, Charles F.
Davies, John \V.
Deane^ James
Degrasse, Charles H.
Doherty, Thomas
Downey, Daniel
Downey, John B.
Downej^ William M.
Dupuis, Patrick H.
Dupuis, Wilfred H.
Durant, Lawrence J.
l^arley, Edward C.
Evans, John
Fanning, John F.
Faunce, Albert \l.
Fay, John H.
Fell, Charles
Fernandcs, Joseph A.
Francis, Antone
Freitas, Manuel
Fowler, Harry
Gatenby, James S.



Gibbs, Nathaniel F.
Glennon, William F.
Gobiel, Joseph
Corner, Arthur
Grant, George P.
Gregory, William
Hafford, Stephen, Jr.
Haggerty, Timothy F.
Hammersley, Raymond
Haran, John F.
Haran, Luke T.
Harding, James P.
Harrington, Daniel
Hayden, Abram L.
Hawes, Harry C.
Head, Edgar E.
Hicke\% James M.
Hickey, Vv'illiam B.
Horton, Eliphalet H.
Howland, William A. E.
Howes, Charles M.
Hynes, Edward A.
Irwin, Henry, Jr.
Ivey, James A.
Jacobs, Ellsworth C.
Jenkins, Thomas J.
Johnson, Harry
Kane, John A.
Karcher, Frederick, Jr.



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