Cumberland Detective Society 1916 By-Laws

Constitution and By-Laws of the Cumberland Detective Society (Incorporated), January 1, 1916. Office: Arnold's Mills, R. I. Organized September, 1894.

This society is organized for the purpose of recovering property stolen from its members, also the detecting, arrest, and conviction of the thief or thieves.

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Names in this online transcription include Allen, Almy, Anderson, Angell, Arnold, Barber, Baxter, Bell, Bellows, Billington, Bishop, Blake, Bowen, Broderick, Brown, Cable, Calder, Caldwell, Canning, Cargill, Carlson, Carpenter, Clark, Colwell, Comstock, Crandall, Crossley, Crowninshield, Dana, Darling, Entwistle, Feeley, Follett, Franklin, French, Gallison, Gardner, Gaw, Grant, Hartley, Hines, Hixon, Horton, Howard, Hunt, Jenks, Johnson, Jordan, Lugu, MacKenzie, Mellen, Metcalf, Miller, Moore, Mowry, Murphy, Nelson, Newell, O'Neil, Olney, Peirce, Perkins, Perry, Peterson, Phillips, Platt, Prew, Razee, Robertson, Ross, Schofield, Shaw, Sheldon, Skinner, Smith, Sprague, Sweetland, Swift, Thompson, Tierney, Tobin, Tranberg, Voelker, Waite, Waterman, Whipple, White, Whiting, Wightman, Wood.

Labels: Rhode Island, Business Associations, Anti-Horse Thief Society

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