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The amounts disbursed and charged to sundry accounts
are as follows:

Armory Tax Interest $ 1 ,819.65

Armory Tax .Sinking Fund 1,411.16

Assessors 6,800.00

Alleys '. 25,069.17

Board of Health 10,112.13



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62 REPORT OF CITY TREASURER

City Hall Rental 16.84

City Property 26,350.44

City Engineering ! 7,500.00

City Yard Building 15,744.95

County Tax 45,530,20

Contingent 17,980.16

Contingent, Board of Public Works 721.22

Fire 100,084.34

Fuel 19,892.87

Gas and Electric 242,653.66

Gas and Electric Interest , 27,204.50

Gas and Electric Renewals and Extensions... 28,061.68

Gas and Electric Extensions 22,000.00

Highways and Bridges 30,974.29

Highway Permanent Works 45,858.67

Income from Cemetery Funds Deposit 27.47

Interest City Debt 55,087.50

Interest Water Debt 13,750.00

Interest Railroad Stock 9,040.00

Interest Temporary Loans m 17,831.88

Highland Engine House Addition 7,000.00

Jackson Street Underpass 1,426.37

Janitors 16,161.54

Janitors' Supplies 485.11

Lighting 39,287.77

Liquor Licenses 20,620.25

Military Aid Civil War 918.00

Military Aid Spanish War 60.00

Municipal Sinking Fund Commission 28,610.00

Municipal Lighting Bonds 36,600.00

National Bank Tax 15,988.22

Overlayings 64.60

Parks 24,512.30

Police 60,727.09

Public Library 12,500.00

Oakdale School 9,000.00



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REPORT OF CITY TREASURER 63

Permanent .Sewers 21,172.32

Relief 49,196.89

Salaries Board of Public Works 8,767.14

Salaries 21,339.86

Sewers 8,304.19

Schools 182,332.93

Soldiers' Burial 214.00

Soldiers' Relief 608.00

State Aid, Civil War 2,614.00

State Aid Spanish War 123.00

.State Tax 50,800.00

Street Watering 10,760.57

Sidewalks 17,725.23

Ward Two School 28,175.78

Water Rents 12,115.26

Whiting Street Fund 1,177.75

City Debt 166,000.00

Temporaray Loans 555,000.00

Serial Bonds 42,500.00

Total Payments $2,224,410.95



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BALANCE SHEET, NOVEMBER 30, 1907.

Dr.

Holyoke Water Works $1,295,308.26

Gas and Electric Light Plant 920,465.88

Real Estate (as valued by the Assessors) 1,948,915.00

Holyoke and Westfield Railroad Stock (par

value) 226,500.00

Water Works Sinking Fund Com-
mission $ 99,865.82

Municipal Sinking Fund Commis-
sion 205,013.73

304,879.55



Commonwealth of Massachusetts 3,137.00

T. F. McCabe, Coll. Taxes 1904. . 198.78

T. F. McCabe, Coll. Taxes 1905.. 2,043.72
T. F. McCabe, Coll. Taxes, 1906. . 35,962.80
T. F. McCabe, Coll. Taxes 1907.. 143,430.64

181,635.94



Deposit of Cemetery Funds 800.00

Cash 162,212.36



$5,043,853.99



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REPORT OF CITY TREASURER 65

Or.

City Property $ 11,178.94

City Yard Building 2,295.05

Highway Permanent Works 7.167.81

Highways and Bridges 1,252.00

Jackson Street Underpass 33,573.63

Ward Two School 242.65

— 55.710.08

Funded Debt Direct 689.500.00

Funded Debt (authorized by spe-
cial acts) 699,000.00

1,388.500.00

Funded Debt for Gas and Electric

Plant 769,600.00

Funded Debt for Holyoke Water

Works 350,000.00

Funded Debt for H. & W. R. R.

Stock 226,000.00

1,345.600.00

Sinking Fund for City Debt.... 205,013.73
Sinking Fund for Holyoke Water

Works 99.865.82

304.879.55

Fire Engine 5,800.00

Parks 12.796.40

Overlayings 10.682.62

Gas and Electric Extension 13.000.00

Gas and Electric Department 1.153.24

Cemetery Funds 800.00

Whiting Street Fund 933.00

Temporary Loans (in anticipation of taxes).. 245.000.00

City of Holyoke 1,658.999.10

$5,043,853.99



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BONDED C




Showing the b


Payable
in

1908


Hoi. & W. Wat*
KB. Stock W'ki


1909




1910


$166,000


1911




1912




1913


60,000 $50,0


1914




1915





1916




1917




1918




1919




1920




1921




1922




1923




1924




1925




1926




1927


250,0


1928




1929




1930


50,0


1931




1932




1933




1934




1935




1936




1937





Totals, $226, 00(

* Serial Bonds.
f To be met b
** Exempted b; legislature.



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REPORT OF CITY TREASURER 67

SCHEDULE OF REAL ESTATE.
, Valued by the Board of Assessors in 1907.

SCHOOL. BUILDINGS AX1) LAXD.

Brick School.

Lyman and Center Streets $12,560.00

East Dwight and Center Streets 21,880.00

West Street 94,000.00

Hamilton .Street 30,600.00

Morgan School (Bridge Street) 74,530.00

Sargeant Street 20,970.00

Hamilton and Park Streets 48,760.00

Main and Papineau Streets 27,320.00

Elm Street 32,750.00

Maple and Appleton Streets 38,300.00

Sargeant and Chestnut Streets 27,050.00

Pine. Sargeant, Beech and Hampshire ,Sts. 264,840.00

Carlton Street 6,520.00

School Street 4.220.00

Carlton and South Streets 52.820.00

Nonotuck Street 27,250.00

Xonotuck, Lincoln, Waldo and Allyn Sts. 116,090.00

Chestnut Street 12,000.00

Ingleside 2.240.00

. West Holyoke 900.00

Wooden.

Temple Street 5,860.00

.School House Lot (Sargeant Street 9,000.00



$930,460.00



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68 REPORT OF CITY TREASURER

ENGINE HOUSES AND LAND.

Engine House.

Chestnut Street $10,000.00

Canal Street 15,080.00

Main Street 24,400.00

South Street 12.220.00

High Street 52,000.00

West Hampden Street 1 1,750.00

Springdale Avenue 1,810.00



$127,260.00

MISCELLANEOUS.

City Hall Building, High and Dwight Streets $634,000.00

Hillside Hospital, Jarvis Avenue 5,700.00

City Farm, House and Barn, Ingleside 37.830.00

Barn and Sheds, Commercial .Street 13,300.00

Bath House in Ward Two, Summer Street 1.600.00

Bath House in Ward Four. Walnut Street 1,775.00

Bath House in Ward Six, Commercial Street. . 1.275.00



$695,480.00



PARKS.

Hampden Park, Hampden, Maple, Chestnut

and Dwight Streets $68,640.00

Prospect Park, Prospect Street 51,255.00

Canonchet Park, Bowers, Samosett, West and

Pequot Streets 21.280.00

Hamilton Park, Sargeant .Street 7,780.00

Germania Park, Bridge, Park and Jackson

Streets 3,330.00

Ranger Park, Appletou and Suffolk Streets.. 500.00
Ewing Park, Appletou, Pleasant and Dwight

Streets 290.00

Coghlan Park, Crescent and Park Streets 580.00



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REPORT OF CITY TREASURER 69

Elmwood Park, Elmwood 6,500.00

Springdale Park, Main Street 17,500.00

Laurel and Willow Street Triangle 250.00



$177,905.00



LAND.

Jefferson Street $ 50.00

Berkshire, Race and Hancock Streets 10,510.00

Pearl .Street and Madison Avenue 500.00

Jefferson Street and Madison Avenue 100.00

Jefferson Street and Madison Avenue 230.00

Madison Avenue and Pearl Street 680.00

East Side of Pearl Street 100.00

Madison Avenue and Pearl Street 500.00

East and West Side Pleasant, West of

Dingle 3,540.00

Gravel Pit (Ingleside) 1,600.00



$17,810.00,



School Buildings and Land $930,460.00

Engine Houses and Land 127,260.00

Miscellaneous 695,480.00

Parks 177,905.00

Land 17,810.00

Total Value of Real Estate $1,948,915.00



Respectfully submitted,

PIERRE BONVOULOIR,

City Treasurer.



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70 REPORT OF CITY TREASURER.

I hereby certify that I have examined the accounts of
the Treasurer of the City of Holyoke for the year ending
November 30, 1907, and find same to be correct. I have
verified the balance sheet of November 30, 1907, showing
cash on hand at that date amounting to $162,212.36.

WALTER W. EATON,

Public Accountant.



Holyoke, Mass., January 6, 1908.



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REPORT OF THE



Gas and Electric Department.



CITY OF HOLYOKE, MASS.
OFFICE OF GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.
. January 3, 1008.

To the Honorable, The Mayor, and the Board of Aldermen.

Gentlemen: — I hand you herewith the fifth annual re-
port of the Gas and Electric Department.

The department has had a large increase in business
during the past year, that at the gas works being an unusual
one. There has been sent out nearly 27,000.000 cubic feet
more gas than during 1906, or about 20 per cent gain. If
such a decided gain continues during the next few years,
it will he necessary to very materially increase the capacity
of some of the apparatus at the works in order to handle the
increased volume of gas manufactured. Six hundred and
seventy-eight thousand feet of gas has already been forced
through apparatus that was designed to care for only 500.-
000 cubic feet daily. At the beginning of the past year
the price of gas was reduced twenty cents per thousand
feet, which reduction, figured upon the amount of business
done in 1906. took $25,000.00 out of the receipts of the de-
partment; but owing to the increase in business for 1907,
the income from gas has been $2,400.00 greater than for the
year before.

The customary repairs at the works and upon the dis-
tributing mains have been made. There have been 4.1 >V2
feet of small wrought iron mains discontinued, larger cast
iron pipes taking their place. There have been 2.51 miles



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72 GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.

of 4-inch, 6-inch and 8-inch mains laid, making a net gain
in mileage of pipe of 1.73 miles, the total mileage of gas
mains of various sizes being 44.6 miles. There has been
added to the gas works a duplicate set of water gas appara-
tus, doubling the capacity of the water gas plant as well as
adding to its reliability. There have also been two small
sheds added to the buildings. There are now in use 8.152
gas meters, there having been a gain during the year of
1,351 meters or 19.8 per cent.

There has been sent out from the electric station 978,-
400 kilowatts more current than was sent out during 1906,
or a gain of 28 per cent over that year. The increase in
the number of customers has been 155 or 21 per cent, and
that in the number of meters 267 or 37 per cent. There have
been ll.Vj miles of wire and 86 poles added to the distribut-
ing lines. There have also been added 43 transformers.
Ten thousand dollars was taken out of the income of the
station by the reduction in the price of street lights from
$80.00 to $60.00 per year; but the large increase in business
more than made good the loss. Owing to this increase, it
is found practicable to reduce the price of electricity for
lighting from 10 cents net per K. W. to 6 cents net. This is
a reduction of 40 per cent in the price. Commencing with
the first of February, 1908. the price will be 8 cents with 2
cents discount per kilowatt on all bills paid on or before
the 10th of the month, making the net price 6 cents per
kilowatt.

The following tables present data from the records of
the gas works.

DATA.

Gas distributed, cubic feet. . . . 163.850.b'34

Coal carbonized, tons, 9.764

Gas oil used, gallons, 296,175

Coke made, bushels, 342. 20S

Coke used in retort house, bushels, . . 184.032



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT. 73

Coke used in water gas generator, bushels, . 52,220

Coke sold, bushels, 110,317

Tar made, gallons 122,906

Tar sold, gallons • 121,285



Laid in 1907.



1
IVi

2

2*2

3

4

6

8

12

15

16



1 GAS MAINS.

nch 1,436 feet

neh 6,672 feet

rich 2,772 feet

inch 7,772 feet

nch 380 feet

neh 70,259 feet

neh 66,579 feet 5,556 feet

neh 46,041 feet 1,291 feet

neh 16,101 feet 6,440 feet

nch 10,475 feet

neh 440 feet

nch 6,578 feet



235,505 feet 13,287 feet

Making 44.6 miles of mains laid.

GAS SERVICES RUN.

iy 4 inch • 120

iy 2 inch 48

2 inch 13



181



GAS METERS

3-light meters in use December 1, 1907, 7,656

5-light meters in use December 1, 1907, 165

10-light meters in use December 1, 1907, . 166

20-light meters in use December 1, 1907, . 60



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.



30-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


' 37


45-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


25


50-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


1


60-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


11


80-light meters in use December


i,


1907, , .


5


100-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


9


150-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


6


200-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


6


300-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


4


400-light meters in use December


i,


1907,


1




8,152


Regular meters in use December


i,


1906,


3,441


Prepay meters in use December


i,


1906.


3,360




6,801


Regular meters in use December


i,


1907,


3,480


Prepay meters in use December


i,


1907,


4,672



8,152



Gain in number of meters 1,351, or 19.8 per cent.



PERMANENT EMPLOYEES.



Superintendent.

Inspectors,

Clerk, ....

Meter and complaint man.

Foremen at works, .

Repair man,

Foremen on street work,

.Stokers, ....

Water gas helpers, .

Coke man,

Purifier helpers,

Street men,

Firemen,



1
3
1
1
5
1
2
21
2
1
2

2

3



Total,



45



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.

Net price of gas, $1.00 per thousand feet.



75



The following tables present data from the records of
the electric station:



Current sent out from station, kilowatts,

Number of customers, total, .

Number of customers, power, .

Xumber of miles of wire in streets,

Xumber of poles in streets, .

Xumber of transformers in use,

Xumber of meters in use,

Number of street arc lamps, .

Xumber of commercial arc lamps,

Number of 32 C. P. street incandescent lamps,

Xumber of 30 C. P. street incandescent lamps,

Xumber of 16 C. P. street incandescent lamps,

Xumber of tons of steam coal used, .



4,469,380

869

130

1781/-

2,062

167

989

513

431

2

17

25

3,693



PERMANENT EMPLOYEES.



Superintendent,

Foreman,

Engineers,

Oilers,

Firemen,

Dynamo men, .

Trimmers,

Line and repair men.

Laborers, . .



Total,



1
1
3
4
4
3
7
8
3

34



Net price of electricity, 10 cents per K. W.
ruary 1. 1908, 6 cents per K. W.



After Feb-



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.



The following is the financial statement of the depart-
ment :

WORKING ACCOUNT, YEAR ENDING NOV. 30, 1907.

EXPENSES.



Coal, . .


. $64,128.59


Oil,


. 14,946.37


Supplies,


. 10,355.37


Repairs, ....


. 22,452.74


Water power rental, .


. 20,292.28


Pay roll, ....


. 65,340.95


Office expenses, .


3,599.12


Insurance,


1,245.30


Miscellaneous,


615.33




(fcono Q*7f nn




^JUZ,y(b.UO


Bad debts, ....


544.70


Interest, ....


. 27,116.74


Depreciation,


. 29,275.23




cjfi O^fi fi7




*JU,«70U.l» 1




$259,912.72


Profit and loss.


. 54,930.90




314,843.62


INCOME.


Gas and electricity, .


. $307,227.64


Coke and tar,


7,615.98

$314,843.62



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BALANCE SHEET, NOV. 30, 1907.



ASSETS.

Plants, Nov. 30, 1906, $1,034,970.54
Additions and extensions, 95,647.46



$1,130,618.00
Less depreciation, 28,061.68



Supplies. . . $18,340.33

Coke and tar, . . 2,111.68

Gas delivered, not billed, 6,354.31

.Book accounts. . . 3,195.89



$1,102,556.32



30,002.21

$1,132,558.53

LIABILITIES.

City of Hoi yoke cash in-
vested in plants to date, $919,312.64
Accounts payable, 18,253.30

$937,565.94

Depreciation fund. 29,275.23

Profit and loss .... 165,717.36

$1,132,558.53



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT.



GAS WORKING ACCOUNT, YEAR ENDING NO-
VEMBER 30, 1907.



EXPENSES.


Coal, . . . .


. $47,821.20


OiJ,


. 14,358.00


Supplies,


3,819.63


Repairs, ....


. 12,609.01


Water power rental. .


748.77


Pay roll,


. * 35,255.25


Office expenses,


1,907.54


Insurance,


645.52


Miscellaneous,


193.49

tbl T7 O^O 4 1




$in,oD8.4I


Bad debts, ....


$458.57


Interest, ....


. 14,371.87


Depreciation,


15,506.14




oU,oob.Oo




$147,694.99


Profit and loss, .


9,981.67




$157,676.66


INOOM


E.


Gas,


. 150,060.68


Coke and tar, ....


7,615.98

$157,676.66



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ELECTRIC WORKING ACCOUNT, YEAR ENDING
NOVEMBER 30, 1907.



EXPENSES.


Coal, ....


. $16,307.39


Oil and waste,


588.37


Supplies,


6,535.74


Repairs, ....


9,843.73


Water power rental, .


. 19,543.51


Pay roll, ....


30,085.70


Office expenses,


1,691.58


Insurance,


599.78


Miscellaneous,


421.84




$oo,ol i.b4


Bad debts,


$86.13


Interest, '


12,744.87


Depreciation,


. 13,769.09




Jb,bUU.i)y




$112,217.73


Profit and loss, .


44,949.23




$157,166.96


INCOME.


Eectricity,


$157,166.96



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BALANCE SHEET, NOVEMBER 30, 1907.
ASSETS.
Gas works, cost Nov.

30, 1906, $551,916.60

Additions and extensions, 42,884.68



$594,801.28
Less depreciation, 15,097.50

$579,703.78

Supplies, . . $11,921.58

Coke and tar,. 2,111.68

Gas delivered, not billed, 6,354.31
Book accounts, . . 1,435.83



$21,823,40
$601,527.18



Electric plant, cost Nov.

30, 1906, $483,053.94

Additions and extensions, 52,762.78



$535,816.72
Less depreciation, $12,964.18



.Supplies, . . $6,418.75

Book accounts, . 1,760.06



$522,852.54
$8,178.81



- $531,031.35
$1,132,558.53



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GAS AND ELECTRIC DEPARTMENT. 8 1

LIABILITIES.

City of Holyoke, cash
invested in plants to
date, $919,312.64

Accounts payable, 18,253.30

$937,565.94

Depreciation, . . 29,275.23

Profit and loss, . 165,717.36

$1,132,558.53

Respectfully submitted,

WILLIAM H. SNOW, Manager.



Examined and Approved,
January 3, 1908.

WALTER W. EATON.

Public Accouutant.



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Department of Police.

OFFICE OF THE CITY MARSHAL.

Holyoke. Mass.. December 1, 1907

To the Honorable, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of
the City of Holyoke.

Gentlemen : — In compliance with the City Ordinance,
I have the honor herewith to submit for your consideration
the annual report of this Department for the year ending
November 30, 1907.

ORGANIZATION.

The regular force consists of a .Marshal, Assistant Mar-
shal, Captain, Lieutenant, Matron, and fifty-one Patrolmen,
two of whom are doing special duty, and three are detailed
for house duty.

ROSTER OF THE FORCE, 1907.

Name. Rank. Date of Appointment.

Thomas J. Lynch, Marshal, May 20, 1907

Patrick Herbert, Assist 't Marshal, January 8, 18S0«

Timothy Haley, Captain, February 5, 1885

Patrick E. Sullivan, Lieutenant, January 17, 1884

Dennis Mack, Special Duty. May 5. 1880

Thomas E. Bligh, " " February 19. 1895

William E. Blackmer, House Duty, January 17, 1884

John A. Powers, " ' l January 12, 1888

Cornelius Curran, " " February 14, 1891



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REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE



Name.

-Michael Shine,
Richard Peters,
Thomas F. Riley,
Henry J. Campbell,
Michael J. Lynch,
Frank M. Priest,
George L. Dickinson,
Patrick F. Ryan,
Frank J. Gallagher,
Francis H. Hastings,
John A. Geran,
Peter A. Cullen,
James B. Griffin,
John J. Mori arty,
Jeremiah J. Linnehan,
Patrick J. Reardon,
John Leary,
John W. Vaugh,
John A. Yaehon,
James T. Donoghue,
Rock H. Lalonde,
Maurice M .O'Connor,
Thomas Bresnahan,
Maurice H. Shine,
Matthew McClellan,
Henry M. Fisher,
Daniel C. McCarthy,
Frank R. Metcalf.
Richard E. Loweock,
William J. Carey.
Michael Driscoll.
Peter -J. Manning,
Patrick J. Kennedy,
Walter E. Murray,
Edward F. Gilday,
James Malcolm.



Rank.

Patrolman,



Date of Appointment.

April 6, 1869

January 7, 1880

January 20, 1883

January 17, 1884

January 17, 1884

January 28, 1884

February 3. 1885

January 7, 1887

January 18, 1887

January 12. 1888

January 12, 1888

February 14. 1891

February 14. 1891

February 14. 1891

February 14. 1891

February 14, 1891

May 4. 1892

June 8. 1892

June 8, 1892

June 2. 1896

June 2, 1896

June 2. 1896

June 2, 1896

August 5, 1897

August 5, 1897

August 27, 1897

September 8. 1898

February 16. 1900

March 22. 1900

February 4. 1901

February 4. 1901

February 8, 1902

February 8. 1902

Mav 12. 1902

Julv 3. 1903

Julv 3, 1903



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REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE 85

Patrick J. Driscoll, " July 3, 1903

Thomas J. Rourke, " July 3, 1903

Patrick J. Gaughan, " July 11, 1904

Andre J. Senay, " March 8, 1906

Albert Mew, " June 1, 1906

John J. O'Donnell, " June 1, 1906

Maxwell McDowell, " August 15, 1906

James T. Welch, " January 1, 1907

John J. Grady, " February 1, 1907

Henry Sussenguth, " October 23, 1907

Mrs. Kate Moynihan, Matron, . April 1, 1891



STATISTICS OF ARRESTS.

Total number of arrests 1 ,680

Males 1,530

Females . 150



ARREST.S WERE MADE FOR THE FOLLOWING
OFFENSES.

Accessory before the fact 1

Attempt to break and enter 2

Assault with intent to kill 1

Assault with a dangerous weapon 5

Assault on an officer 13

Assault 166

Breach of the peace 11

Breaking and entering 6

Bastardy 1

Being present at gaming on the Lord's day 13

Cruelty to animals 3

Carrying a dangerous weapon 2

Drunkenness 1,086

Delinquent child 3

Disturbing the peace. 3

Fornication 4



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Gaming on the Lord 's day 7

Indecent exposure of person 3

Illegal sale of intoxicating liquor 1

Keeping open shop on the Lord's day 3

Keeping a house of ill fame 2

Keeping a gaming house 1

Larceny 104

Larceny from the person 2

Malicious mischief 4

Malicious injury to personal property 1

Non-support 15

Night walking 3

Neglected child 43

Operating a steam engine without license 1

Overspeeding an automobile 1

Peddling without a license 4

Ringing a false fire alarm 1

Receiving stolen goods 3

Stubbornness 5

Sureties of the peace 3

Stoning a railroad train 1

Truancy 9

Trespass 1

Unlawfully taking a team 6

Unlawful cohabitation 1

Violation butter law 8

Violation oleomargarine law 20

Violation game law 5

Violation city ordinances 30

Vagrancy 56

Walking on railroad track 16

1,680



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DISPOSITION OF CASES.

Appealed 7

Bound over to the Superior Court II

Committed to the House of Correction for non-pay

ment of fine 361

Committed to the House of Correction 242

Committed to the Massachusetts Reformatory 15

Committed to the Massachusetts Hospital for Dipso-
maniacs 1

Committed to the Lyman -School for Boys 5

Committed to the Hampden County Truant School 5

Committed to the care of the State Board of Charity 20

Committed to the Woman's Reformatory Prison. ... 8

Discharged 68

Dismissed 4

Defaulted bonds 1

Pined and paid 575

Furnished sureties to keep the peace I

Probated and discharged 70

Placed on file 130

Released 156



1.680



AGES.

Under 17 years 175

17 and under 25 345

25 and under 35 426

35 and under 45 422

45 and under 55 217

55 and under 60 73

65 and under 75 22

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NATIVITY OF PERSONS ARRESTED.

America 859

Austria 58

China 1

Canada 1 95

Denmark 1

England 36

France : . 5

Greece 3

Germany 16

Holland 1

Hungary 5

Ireland 315

Italy 15

Prince Edward Island 2

Poland 80

Portugal 1

Russia 48

Scotland 32

Sweden 5

Wales 2

1.680

NUMBER OF ARRESTS EACH MONTH.

December. 1906 139

January, 1907 114

February. 1 907 ' 71

Mnrch. *1907 103

April, 1907 167

May, 1907 168

June, 1907 130

Julv. 1907 15$

August. 1907 172

September. 1907 156

October. 1907 15*

November. 1907 144

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