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29,


•85


McOrann, John J


.Patrol 7. Oct.


28,


'86


Reiss, Frank ., •


• 10, Nov.


7,


'87


McOum, Thomas


•Dist.


4, Sept.


29,


'94


Ricking, Louiii


10, July ^ i«w


McKav Thoa. G




9, Feb.


17,


•97


Riesenberger. Hy. H« •
Riley, Wm. P.


3, Dec.
2. Oct


14.
31.


•87
•90


McManus. James




5, Feb.


18,


'88


McMuUen, Henry —

McNally, Martin

McNulty, Frank




7, May


ft,


•84


Ringer, John.. *


• 2, June


K,


•91




7. Aug.


2ft,


'94


Ritter, Cbas. F •


2, July
2, Aug.


18


'96




1, Dec.


3.


•90


Roach, Philip J •


28.


'86


McQuesten, Henry W




4, Apr.


21,


•98


Roblson, Geo. W..


6, Oct.


?2,1900






2, Dec.


8,1900


Rouse, Louis S


10, Sept


10,


•92


Manley, Patrick K


.Patrol 6, July


80,


•81


Ruberg, Henry.


9. Oct


16,


'86


Martin, John H


.Dist.


4, June


29,


•92


Ryan, Harry


• 1. Feb.


9.


'99


Mathes, Joseph B ....




9, Aug.


21.


•86


Ryan, Johh


4, Jan.


24.


•89


Matz, Adam....




7, June


26,


•90


Ryan, Joseph


8, Feb.


17


•89


Menke Louis.....




2, Jan.


8,


'96


Samples, John *

Sandman, Wm. F. H...


7, July
• 7, Dec.


\


•86


Mergenthaler, Wm. C




7, Nov.


9,


•99


10,


•96


Mersch, Herman B-..




6. Oct.


80,


'95


Sandman, Henry A...


7, Oct


4,


•94


Meyer, Wm. B...




1, Aug.


15.


•88


Sandman, Louis *


8, Mar.


??,


'99


MlUer, Wm.




7, Jan.


27,


'88


Satters, William •


• 4, May


7,


'87


Miller. Wm. L




2. Nov.


3,


'86


Scarlett. Edward


2, June


1,


•86


Miner. Frank.




4, Apr.


10,


•98


Schaefer, Joseph. •

Schaefer, Joseph B *


4, Aug,
2, Jan.


?6,


•%


MitcheU,Frank A




8, June


10.


♦98


30,


'01


Mofflt, Wm.

MoUoy.Jai.F„

Moore, Allen




4, Jan.


80.


'88


Schlenker, John


8, Oct


?9,


'92




•2, Aug.


28,


•85


Schmals, Chas. •


• 8. Aug.
- 1. Sept


16


'85




5, May


18.


'98


Schmedes. Bernard.... *


6,


'88


Moore Wm




I, Dec.


22,


'91


Schmidt, Frank


9, June


16.

4,


•87


Moriarity,Dan*l




4, Oct.


9,


'96


Schneider. Peter •


10. June


'86


Morton, Harry




6, Jan.


6,


'89


Schroeder, Frederick. *


6, May


21,


•86


Mount, Jas. D




4, Jan.


12,


'87


Schwach, Joseph Patrol 4, Oct


28,


'86


Mnhle. John B..




1, Oct.


28,


'89


Schweitzer, John Dist. s. Anr.


77,


'87


Mueller, Frank..




9, Mar.


11.


•89


Bchwennlger, Fred'k.


2, Jan.


9.


'01


Murphy, Daniel E.....




5. Oct.


26,


•87


Seaford, Frank


1, Oct


11.


•86


Murphy, Eugene E...




4, Dec


26.


'01


Seidholz, Louis •


5, June


15.


'86


Nagle, Jeremiah




7, June 23.


'W


Shafer, Fred. W


7, June 29,


•86


Neely, Thos




1, Sept.


17,


•88


ShaflTer, Wm •


• 1. July


12,


•90


NeUis, Robert




2, May


8,


'86


Sheehan, John •


4, Dec.


14,


•93


Noe,ainton




4, Mar.


18,


'96


Shumate, Perry H


6, Oct.


15,


•87


O'Brien, James..


-Patrol 7, Jan.


18.


'88


Simmons, Harry L..... '


• 2, Sept.


19.


•89


O'Han, Peter J


.Dist.


2, Aug.


27.


'87


Smallwood , 8. N. , Jr. . '


10, Dec.


31,


•88


O'Heam. Michael J.




7, July


19,


'86


Smith, Abraham H....


7, Jan.


15,


•94


O'Neil. James




2, Feb.


18,


'91


Snyder, Clarence B„...Patrol 6, Dec.


1,


'86


O' Neil, Thomas


. ..


10, June


2,


'86


Speigel, Nicholas Dist. 8, Dec.


29,


'86


Ogden, Sidney W......




6, Mar.


30,


'89


Spurlock, Harry


4, Jan.


26,


'89


Parr, Charles

Petersen, Chas. O




8, Dec.


n,


'93


Stagge, Jos. B


1, Feb


10


'97




, 2. Jan.


30,


'01


Stebblns, Chas. H


• 1, Feb.


18,


•89


Pettit. John T




4, Aug.


?1i


'86


Stegner, John P., Jr... •
Steidinger. Geo. J '


10 Jan


14


•88


Phelan, Lawrence




4, July


10,


'86


3, Oct


8,


•87


Phillips, John B

Piepenbrtng, George




5, Aug.


?9,


•9?


Sterley, Jacob..


7, Jan.


15


•94




1, May


18,


•98


Stevens, George «..


1. Dec.


14,


•87


PUes, Alfreds




8. July


2.


•87


Stubbs, Chas. F


• 1. Jan.


10,


•91


Prasse, Edward




3, June


4.


•92


Sullivan, Dennis.


• 2, Feb.


18.


•88


Preston, James H




9, Jan.


21.


'93


Suttman, Louis W..„.


• 3, Feb.


18.


'95


Pnroell, PatHck F....




9, Oct.


1,


•87


Swaim, Edwin M


9, Mar.


4,


•91


Babe, Geo. H.. Jr




10, May


31,


•95


Sweeney, James M


4, Apr.


7,


•88



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APPOINTKD




APPOIKTID


Sweeney, John A


.Dist.


1, Mar.


9,


'87


Welhe, John ..Dist


l.Dec.


9, '96


Tehan, Daniel




9, Dec.


12,


'94


Weiss, John ••


1, Jan.


11,1900


Terrell, Newcomb F




7, July


18.


'96


Werpup, Chas. F. ••


4, Mar.


29. '99


Terry, John E


.Patrol


4, Oct.


20,


'92


Wessel, Herman B


4. Sept


13. '99


Terwilllger, Wm. L..


.Dist.


1, Aug.


?4,


•W


Wessels, John B


l,July
3, Nov.


13, '87


Theldick, Frank A....




1, Aug.


21,


'86


Westerkam, Ed. A.~...


12, '88


Todd, Wm. A....




9. July


19,


'93


White, John B.- ••


10, Mar.


8, '88


Turner, Ernest C


. ••


8, June


8,


•87


White. Patrick J •


6, Sept.


29. '86


Tumipseed, Thos. H




1, June


4,


»96


Wllhelm, Edward ••


3. Apr.


4.^88


Uckotter, Joseph-


. ••


2, June


6,


'95


Wilson, Anderson


2, Nov.


9, '91


Von Bargen, Henry..


. ••


2, Feb.


18.


'89


Wilson, Frank L ••


8, May


22, '86


Walsh, Michael


.Patrol


2, June


17.


'86


Wimsey, Thos. J -


8. Feb.


9.^87


Walz, Gustave A


.Dist


S.Oct.


29,


•86


Witzleben, George ••


8, Nov.


2. '99


Wambsgans, John ....


. ••


6, Jan.


29,


•87


Womacks, Edward. ...


5, July


20, '98


Ward, Jaa. J


. ••


4. Feb.


3,


•97


Wronker, Arnold ••


5, Dec.


29. '97


Weaver, Chas. T


.Patrol


6, May


22.


'86


Wuebben, Joseph • •


8. Apr.


4. '93


Weber, Clemens




1. Aug.
9, 8e^t.


?9


•92


Yairer. John **


6, Sept


30. '86


Weber, Nicholas


. ••


10,


•87







SUBSTITUTB PATBOLMEK.



Beckstedt, George July 15. 1901

Curtis, Daniel Jan. 23. 1901

Dowd, John..... Jan. 9, 1901

Gerwe, August J..- Jan. 23, 1901

Hines, Hubert P Jan. 3, 1901

Kuhn, Henry « Jan. 22, 1901



O'Connor, James E Feb. 6, 1901

Reilly, James Nov. 13, 1901

Smith, Frank A..^ Dec. 8. 1900

Standt, Geo. N Felr. 14, 1901

Tepe, George July 31. 1901

Thomas, John W .Jan. 22, 1901



PATBOL- WAGON DBIVEB8.



Allgeyer, Joseph Patrol

Bell. Charles C

Boehm, Ferdinand H..

Boehm, Henry, Jr

Buchholz, Henry

Dalke, Robert ,

Domey, Robert

Gorrien, Henry J«

Gramann, John F

Hain, Henry H...



6, Jan. 30, '97
5, Feb. 1, '97

8, Dec. 3, '96

1, May 24, '99

7, Feb. 1, '97

2, Jan. 30, ^97

1. Jan. 30, '97
4, Jan. 30. '97

9, Jan. .%, '97

2, Jan. 30, '97



Lepere, Frank Patrol 3, Jan. 80. '97

Lewis, Daniel H- •• 6, Jan. 30, *97

Moening, William • • 8, June 15, '99

Mullouey, James •• 7, Feb. 1, '97

Mulvlhill, MlcJiael •• 3, May 22. '01

Purcell, Wm •• 9, Feb. 1, '97

Schallick, August •• 6, Jan. SO, '97

Smith, Leff. - • 10. Jan. 30. '97

Venneman, Henry •• 4, Jan. 30, '97

Whalen, James J •• 10, July 15, '01



STATION . HOUSE KBEPEB8 — BEGULAB.



Beesten, Joseph


...Dist


2, Apr. 19,


'97


Berry. John




10, Nov. 8,


'86


Calmelse, Scott„


..Gymn


•m.Sept 20,


'93


Coffey, Lafayette


...Dist


6, Feb. 23,


•97


Cunren, Timothy C.




7. June 15.


'86


Deering. Henry




6, Dec. 11,


'91


Fanning. James R.„




4, Feb. 13,


•01


Gulow, August R ...


Gymn


m, June 6,


'94


Guynan, Barth


..Dist


4. June 11,


•86


Haller, Christian^...


.. ••


8. May 26,


'86


Hauckc, Rudolph...


.. ••


O.June 12,


'86


Haucnsteln , Jacob .


.. ••


1, Dec. 80,


'01


Hughes, John J




1, Sept 3, 1900



Mllligan, Bernard.. ...Dist 1, Sept. 13, *01

Mortimer, John M Rep.Ser., Dec. 23, '96

Nash, David Dist. 6, Jan. 15, '83

Pfeiffer, George •• 1, July 9,*96

Pinkerton, Frod'k...... •• 6, Dec 8, '96

Ross, James W • • 2, Jan. 80, "97

Schultz, Josephs ^. •• 3, June 12. '86

Schwegler, Victor Library, Dec 22, '88

Sillscott Joseph E Diiit. 8, July 26, 1900

Strehll, Joseph • • 3, Jan. 29, '96

Taylor, Samuel • * 7, Jan. 7, *91

Walsh, Michael •• 9, Mar. 8, '90



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551



MATRONS PLACE OF DETENTION.

Gore, Delia Appointed December 26, 1895

Mead, Margaret ** September 12, 1887

Regan, Rosa " October 2, 1894

Winters, Amelia ** October 1,1894



HONORABLY RETIRED ON PENSIONS.



Name



Boehm, Valentine

Davis, Frank T

Delaney, Jeremiah . . .

Downey, John

Duffy, Michael

Eg^elston, James E...
Hadley, George D.. . .
Henderson, Archibald

Lennon, James

Richards, Herman . . .
Stokes, Isaac



Rank



Patrolman.



Inspector. .
S. H. K ...
Patrolman.



S. H. K



Appointed



Aug.
Sept.
Oct.
June
Oct.
May-
April
May
May
May
May



16, 1881.
12, 1885.

8, 1887.

I, 1886.
12, 1886.
28, 1873.

17, 1886.
12, 1886.

3. 1881.

19, 1881.

20, 1886.



Retired



Sept. 30, 1898.
April I, 1898.
Feb. 14, 1900.
June 15, 1897.
Jan. 24, 1 901.
May 16, 1898.
June I, 1899.
Jan. 30, 1897.
May 9, 1899.
June 27, 1899.
Feb. 25, 1897.



DISMISSALS.



Namb


Rank


Appointed


Dismissed


Smethurst, Samuel


Patrolman.. .


Sept. 29, 1886..


January 2, 1901


Garner, Daniel S


S. H. K


July 17,1898..


June 4, 1901


Hickey, Andrew J


Substitute . . .


Oct. 3, 1900..


June 4, 1901


Martin, William


S. H. K


Oct. 9,1894..


July 2, 1901


Green. Toseoh C


Patrolman. . .


Feb. II, 1897..
Jan. 18, 1888..


July 9, 1901
Sept. 17, 1901


Huesman, George H....


((


N^acel. Henrv


S. H. K


July 26, 1900. .


Dec. 24, 1901





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^eaiH ^uU*



Name



Sweeney, James M ,
Schroeder, John... .
Fagin, Francis M. .
Brooks, Luther D. ,
Graham, Thos. J. . .



Rank



S. H. K..
Patrolman
S. H. K..
Patrolman



Appointed



Died



Feb. ID, 1897
June I, 1886
Dec. II, 1891
Sept. 29, 1894
Dec. 12, 1894



April 22.
July 17.
Nov. 15.
Nov. 22.
Dec. 5.



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Report of Superintendent of Police.



Cincinnati, O., January i, 1902.

Hon. Juuus Fleischmann, Mayor:

Sir, — ^The Sixteenth Annual Report of the operations
of this department for the year ending December 31, 1901,
is herewith respectfully submitted.

Your Honor's attention is especially directed to the detailed
reports of officers in charge of the various branches of the
service. They performed their duties with zeal and energy.

The report of John R. Bender, the Chief Clerk, prepared
in tabulated form, compiled from the records, shows the
amount of money received, the disbursements of the Watch
Fund during the year, and other matters pertaining to the
operation of this department.

Numerical Strength.

Including the rank and file, the present strength of the
force is 530, two attaches more than the previous year ; 322
patrolmen are patrolling beats on foot; 18 patrolmen are
mounted and assigned to the suburban districts for duty ;
20 officers were detailed to patrol the suburbs on bicycles
during the spring, summer, and fall, but were assigned to
patrol duty on fopt during the severe winter months. They
have given excellent service to this department, and are less
expensive than the mounted men. The frequent appearance



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of patrolmen on their posts of duty has given the people the
assurance of better police protection. Ten additional bicycles
should be added to the present squad.

We had but 340 officers for active patrol duty, covering
an area of 35 J^ square miles, with 376 miles of improved
and 244 miles of unimproved streets, and a population of
about 340,000 people. To recommend an increase of the
force is easily done, but to increase without the necessary
means is quite a different matter. I sincerely Hope that
at an early date the act of the last legislature, increasing
the force 100 additional patrolmen, with a corresponding
number of commissioned officers, will be carried into execu-
tion. The people living in the suburban police districts are
entitled to better police protection.

Fall Festival.

The Fall Festival, held during the latter part of Septem-
ber, brought a great many people from the surrounding cities
and towns to our city. Fortunately there were no cases of
picking pockets or thefts committed at Music Hall. The
conduct of the force upon this occasion was all that could
be expected.

On October 21, 1901, Sergeant of Detectives Cal. Crim,
while passing on Sixth Street near Vine on his way to the
depot, being on vacation, was shot and seriously wounded
by one Daniel Foley, a professional thief and desperate
character, whom he was about to arrest. Foley's term of
service as a convict in the Ohio Penitentiary had expired
just ten days previous to the shooting. This deprived the
department of the services of an excellent officer. However,



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Cincinnati Police Department 555

I am happy to say the Sergeant is recovering slowly from
the effects of the wound, and it is sincerely hoped that
he may recover permanently, so that he may continue his
service in the detective branch of the department.

Strikes.

Difficulties resulting in strikes occurred during the year
between employers and employees of some of our manufac-
turing interests, which happily, with a few exceptions where
arrests were made for breach of the peace, resulted in no
serious demonstration, much to the good judgment displayed
by both parties.

The following tables will give your Honor an idea of the
police area of the leading cities of the country, together with
the numerical strength of the force :

New. York City:

Total strength of force, including rank and file 7»6i8

Number of square miles 308

Number of inhabitants 31582,930

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 108

Number of mounted officers '. 230

Total number of arrests *33»749

Philadelphia:

Total strength of force, including rank and file 2,902

Number of square miles 129

Number of inhabitants . 1,500,000

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 22

Number of mounted officers 152

Total number of arrests 61,189

Boston :

Total strength of force, including rank and file if 21 7

Number of acres 27,251

Number of inhabitants 560,892

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 12

Number of mounted officers 30

Total number of arrests. 34»5oo



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Baltimore:

Total strength of force, including rank and file 9S1

Number of square miles 32

Number of inhabitants 5i4»378

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 6

Number of mounted officers 22

Total number of arrests 3I1423



Chicago:



Total strength of force, including rank and file 3*250

Number of square miles 196.63

Number of inhabitants , 2,000,000

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 6

Number of mounted officers

Total number of arrests 69,308



Washington :



Total strength of force, including rank and file 648

Number of square miles 70

Number of inhabitants 300,000

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 50

Number of mounted officers 53

Total number of arrests 26,062



St. Louis :



Total strength of force, including rank and file '»367

Number of square miles 61

Number of inhabitants 575*^38

Number of officers detailed on bicycles

Number of mounted officers 59

Total number of arrests 23,448



Cincinnati:



Total strength of force, including rank and file 530

Number of square miles 35-25

Number of inhabitants 340,000

Number of officers detailed on bicycles 20

Number of mounted officers 18

Total number of arrests 12,913



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During the year 12,913 arrests were made, tabulated as
follows :

Felonies Males 292

Females 38

Misdemeanors Males 6f9i3

Females 2,567



Safekeeping Males 2,364

Females 230

Suspicion Males — 252

Females 40

Lunacy Males 36

Females 8



9,810



Fugitives from justice Males 22

Females • 2



Held for other authorities Males 126

Females 23



,2,930



24



149



Total arrests 12,913

Total number of arrests made the previous year i3»29i

A decrease of 378



Discipline.

The efficiency and usefulness of the force demands that
discipline be rigidly enforced in all the branches of the
department. Every officer should know that upon his
individual behavior and actions depends the success of the
service. Superiors must set an example to their subordi-
nates of prompt obedience to all orders, and a self-denial
of any thing that may have a tendency to affect the morals
and discipline of the force.

Forty-two officers, against whom charges were preferred,
appeared before the Board of Police Commissioners during
the year, ten more than the year previous ; 24 were found
guilty, and punishment inflicted by the Board of Police
Commissioners accordingly ; 7 were found not guilty ; 2



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charges were withdrawn ; 2 charges were dismissed without
prejudice ; 2 charges were dismissed for want of prosecution ;
4 charges were indefinitely continued; i charge pending.

Inspector of Police.

. The following report has been submitted by the Inspector
of Police :



Police Station


Location


OWNKB


Condition


First District . . .


City Hall


City of Cincinnati.
(* f(

(« it
(< «<

S. B. Lane

City of Cincinnati.

City of Cincinnati.
Mrs.F.M.Wilshire
Lorentz Bros


Good.


Second District-
Third District . .
Fourth District .
Fifth District...


Hammond street

1524 Bremen street

754 West Fifth street

I02d. York street


Fair.
Bad.
Good.


Sixth District . .
Seventh District.
Eighth District..
Ninth District..
Tenth District..
Patrol-house —
No. 1

2

3

4

1::::::::

7

8

9

10

Van


3855 Eastern avenue

Concord and Morgan sts.

Corry ville

State av., near Eighth st.
City Workhouse

316 George street

408 McAllister street

1730 Race street


«

((
<(
(t

Fair.

Good.
Bad.


748 West Fourth street..
1025 York alley


City


of Cincinnati.


Good.


Columbia and Delta avs. .
Monfortand Westminster
McMillan and Ravine sts.

820 Chateau avenue

3020 Colerain avenue ....
748 West Fourth street . .
City Hall


New.

Fair.

Good.

Fair.

Good.


Place of Detent*n


((


Gymnasium ....


City HaU






Total number of garments inspected 5*525

Total number of garments condemned 1,189

Total number of garments ordered repaired by tailors 2,584

Total number of new garments inspected 1,235



Detectives.

The present force is composed of one Chief and one
Sergeant of Detectives ; the statutes provide for twelve ;



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this leaves but ten for active duty, not enough to meet the
requirements of the service.

The daily increasing demands from other police de-
partments in relation to police business necessitated the
assignment of eight patrolmen for duty at the office of the
Chief of Detectives, because, if we expect others to attend to
our requests in the line of police business, we must attend
to theirs. The officers so detailed receive but a patrolman's
salary, and as they are naturally under some minor expenses
in connection with their duty I would respectfully recom-
mend that they receive $i8o per year in addition to their
salary. This would make it $1,200 per year, as the statutes
provide. To combat successfully with the cunning of pro-
fessional thieves and criminals, it requires the qualifications
of an up-to-date police officer.

Ralph Crawford, Chief of Detectives, reports the follow-
ing work done by the officers under his command during
the year :

Number of complaints received in the criminal line 1,528

** arrests made 914

'* letters and telegrams received and attended to. 1,044

** warrants served by detectives 163

Patrol and Mounted Squad.

The patrol service consists at present of 10 patrol-wagons,
fully equipped ; i prison van ; i repair wagon ; and i extra
patrol- wagon in reserve. Two hundred and six street signal-
boxes are distributed throughout the city, which are in good
and serviceable condition.

Fifty-four officers are assigned to duty at ten patrol sta-
tions, in charge of one superintendent, with the rank of
lieutenant, and one sergeant in charge of the mounted squad.



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which is assigned to patrol duty in the suburban police
districts. They are doing good work. Thirty-six horses
are used in the patrol service, and twenty for the mounted
squad.

The patrol stations are in good and serviceable condition,
excepting Station No. 2, on McAllister Street, and Station
No. 3, on Race Street. They should be replaced by new
buildings. For location of patrol stations, please observe
Inspector's report.

The amount of work done by the patrol service during
the year is herewith submitted in tabulated form:





Patrol Companies


1






1

4145
3509
67
10
6
21
4136

708
65
30


2

2482
1508
61
4
3
15
2794

465
65
33


8

1747

570

26

11

"27
1969

250
39

17

1

8

3

1
6


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863
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315
142
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27
8


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493

223

31

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1

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1252

65
24
6


8

336

107

32

1

2

5

1015

58

20

6

3

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Alarms responded to

Arrests made


384
143
36

***8

1103

67
29
14

1


858

201

42

1

3

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69

29

13

1

2

1


276
1380


14,081

8,090

456


Fires atlended


Parades attended


43


Falfte aiftrm^ , , , ^ , , , , t - - ^ - - ^ , r


20


ConvevinfiT officers to fires


115
21.923

2.-295
402


Miles traveled


Sick and injured conveyed—
To Hospitals


To residence


Dead bodies conveyed to Morgue. . .
Dead bodies conveyed to residence.
Disturbances suppressed without)

arrests )

Insane persons cared for


164
7


7

6
30
2

3

70


9

2
6

1


3

2
6
3


3
6


2
2

*"l

1


32
20


Destitute persons cared for


87


Xiost children cared for


1


1


....


17
5


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chance raided )

Houses of prostitution raided.
Lodging-houses raided


1
2


1


10






82
















2


Pool-rooms raided












1










1


Concert-halls raided


1

12

1

187

7

4

350

2

1179

16

9


1
1


















2


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Prize-fight raided














...


1

3,686
12
5


Prisoners conveyed—

To Police Court

To Probate Court


59

"1

1558


2110
2


248


341


41


108


64
3


100


428


....


To United States Court
















To County Jail


23


27


1

12
52

6


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1

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4


1
52
24

3








1,961

2.033

2,095

80

11


To Workhouse


"31
3


657
12


1810


To Place of Detention


. . . .

293

20

1


140
10


327

18

1


To Superintendent's Office

To Coroner's Office


From Workhouse to Superintend-)

enfs Office J

To Depots


1

1
89










139


144


284


43
337


6
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2
153


4
166











56


Miscellaneous alarms


57


87


59


68


74


8


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The following is quoted from the reports of James M.
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