New York City Lieutenants' Benevolent Association 1910 By-Laws
Constitution and By-Laws of the Lieutenants' Benevolent Association of the Police Department of The City of New York. Adopted May 2, 1906. Revised and re-adopted June 29, 1910. Organized 1899.
The Lieutenants' Benevolent Association of the Police Department of The City of New York was organized and instituted to promote the general welfare of its membership through their social, moral and intellectual co-operation, and by the establishment of a Mortuary Fund for the benefit of their dependents.
Names in this online transcription include Barnes, Becker, Belton, Conboy, Cray, Cullum, Enright, Finn, Fogarty, Gleason, Glynn, Groves, Jones, Kelley, Lake, Leeson, Lonergan, Maude, McCarthy, McCarton, McDonald, McGinley, Meehan, Nedwell, O'Brien, Reifschneider, Routh, Sullivan, Tims, Van Wagner, Ward, Wines, Zanes, Zeidler.
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