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WORKHOUSE FOR CHAUFFEUR

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WORKHOUSE FOR CHAUFFEUR

The New York Times
December 4, 1922


Man Who Drove Taxicab Without License Gets Ten Days.

Walter Boyle, 19 years old, a chauffeur, of 155 West Sixty-second Street, was sentenced to ten days in the workhouse yesterday by Magistrate W. Bruce Cobb in west side court for operating his brother's taxicab without a license.  He was arrested by Motorcycle Patrolman Joseph Jordan at Sixty-second Street and Tenth Avenue.

The patrolman testified that Boyle had turned into Sixty-second Street from Tenth Avenue without giving a signal.  As he was about to give him a summons for the violation he produced his brother's hack license. He said he did not own one himself.  According to the patrolman, Boyle's brother had instructed him to take the cab to the garage and give him no permission to solicit work with it.



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