Hoodlum chieftain Bickford, expanding his protection-racket extortion empire, attempts to exact an "insurance" payment from a little tailor-presser who has lovingly labored over the garments of his good friends, the boys from a nearby high school. When the tailor refuses to pay the
requisite "premium," the gangster murders him as a lesson for other tailors who might exhibit similar resistance. In the same city, local councilmen have ordained "Boys' Week," and a day has been set aside for the city's youngsters to temporarily hold the reins of government. In their capacities
as city officials for the day, working alongside their elected and appointed adult counterpar...