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ANNUAL KEPOET 



BOARD OF ELECTION 

COMMISSIONERS, 



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' rOU 'THE 



YEAR 1896 




BOSTON: 

ROCKWELL AND CHURCHILL, CITY PRINTERS. 

1897. 



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Boston, February 10, 1897. 

HOX. JOSIAH QUINCY, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir : In compliance with the requirements of vSect. 22 
of Chap. 3 of the Revised Ordinances, the Board of Elec- 
tion Commissioners respectfully submits its annual report 
for the year 1896. The past year was one of unusual 
activity for this department. In addition to the duties regu- 
larly incident to a presidential year, the Board was re- 
quired by an act of the Legislature, passed in February, 
1896, to prepare, from the voting lists of 1895, new lists of 
registered voters arranged upon the new ward and precinct 
lines, which lists w^ere to be used as check lists at all 
caucuses to be held in 1896, prior to the State election. 
This work was hardly completed before it became necessary 
to prepare for the new general registration of the male 
voters of the city of Boston, provided for by Chap. 449 of 
the Acts of 1895, as amended by Chap. 547 of the Acts of 
1896. This act required that a new general registration of 
all the male voters in the city of Boston be made between 
the fifteenth day of June and the first day of October, 1896. 
In compliance with these requirements registration was 
opened at the central office. Old Court House, Court 
square, on the fifteenth day of June and continued until 
10 o'clock in the evening of September 30. 

During this time 49,546 names were registered at the 
central office, or an average of about 550 per day. This law 
also required that such outside registration places should be 
opened during the month of September as would be neces- 
sary to reasonably accommodate the public. It became 
necessary, therefore, for the Election Commissioners to de- 
termine the best method of carrying out this provision 
of law. They finally determined that an average of one 



2 City Document No. 9. 

reo-istration place for each two precincts would accomplish 
this result. Accordingly, during the month of July the 
Commissioners selected one hundred and five sub-registra- 
tion places and for this purpose ward-rooms were opened, 
election booths were placed upon private land and in some 
cases in the public streets, stores were hired, and the use of 
school-houses was obtained. These offices were located in 
the most convenient and most accessible portion of each 
ward, and were equipped with the necessary furniture and 
stationery. 

Four hundred and twenty-eight assistant registrars were 
required to do the work of registration at these various 
offices, for the Board decided that to do this work properly 
two details of registrars were necessary, one to serve from 
8 A.M. to 4 P.M. and the other from 4 to 10 P.M. At the 
outset the Commissioners had some difficulty in determining 
how the registration books could be cared for and securely 
held over nio^ht, without havins; them brouoiit each nioht to 
the central office ; such a method would be extremely expen- 
sive, very cumbersome, and attended with no little risk. 
This difficulty was finally overcome, with the assistance of 
the Police Department. The Police Commissioners very 
promptly and cheerfully, upon request from this depart- 
ment, arranged to have the books taken by police officers 
from each sub-registration office to the nearest, police station 
each night, and returned by the officers in the morning. 
We are greatly indebted to the Police Department for this 
service. Before delivery to the officers the books w^ere 
placed in bags made for the purpose, and sealed by the 
registration officers, and returned to them again in the 
morning with the seal unbroken. It was also necessary that 
the Commissioners should be in receipt of daily advice as to 
the conduct of the sub-registration offices, and the manner 
in wdiicli the sub-registrars performed their duties. To this 
end the city was divided into eleven inspection districts, 
and an expert registrar appointed inspector for each district. 

Each inspector was required to visit each registration 
office in his district at least twice each day, between 8 A.M. 



Election Department. 3 

and 10 P.M., and as much oftener as circumstances would 
permit, and to report each morning to the Commissioners. 
By this system the Board was kept in constant communica- 
tion with the outside stations. 

When these details were finally arranged the sub-regis- 
trars were selected, and they appeared before the Commis- 
sioners, and were qualified and received such instructions as 
were necessary to the proper performance of their duties. 
On September 1, at 8 A.M., one hundred and five registra- 
tion offices were opened, and each man was at his post ready 
to perform his duty. In conjunction with these outside 
offices there was opened at 32 Tremont street, in the Old 
Probate Building, a central bureau, where daily returns from 
these outside offices w^ere made. 

It was here that the inspectors met daily to make their 
reports, and to receive their daily list of corrections and 
criticisms for the men at the outside stations. This system 
was successfully carried out during the month of Septem- 
ber, and at the close of registration on September 30, there 
were 47,200 names registered at these outside offices. 

This made a total registration at the central office and the 
outside offices of 96,746. An analysis of this registration 
of the foreign born, native born, and Boston born discloses 
the following : Foreign born, 30,519 ; native born, 66,227, of 
which 31,770 were born in Boston. A further analysis of the 
places of birth of the foreign-born citizens appears upon a table 
included in this report. Perhaps it may not be improper to 
remark that some idea of the accuracy with which this work 
of registration was done may be formed when it is said that 
never in the history of registration in Boston was there less 
complaint made at the central office on election day on account 
of mistakes in registration, nor were there ever fewer certifi- 
cates of registration issued to voters whose names were regis- 
tered, but through error were not included in the printed 
check lists furnished for use at the polls. We say this wish- 
ing to make some public acknowledgment of the fiiithful work 
performed by our assistant registrars, without whose in- 
telligent cooperation the efibrts of the Commissioners could 
not have been productive of such gratifying results. 



Caucuses and Elections. 

Nine caucuses and two elections were held durinsf the 
year. It is unnecessary to enter upon the details of this 
part of our work. The caucuses in general were conducted 
in a fairly satisfactory manner. The ward-rooms and other 



4 City Document No. 9. 

polling-places were opened promptly and the balloting pro- 
ceeded in an orderly manner ; there were no disturbances at 
the polls, except in the case of one ward of the city, and the 
count of the votes was honestly and fairly made. To this 
latter statement we must make an exception in the case of 
the ward above referred to, where in our opinion a gross 
fraud was perpetrated upon two occasions, and other irregu- 
larities in the conduct of the caucuses in that ward were 
brought to our attention. Without exception the conduct 
of the elections was highly gratifying, except for the delay 
on the part of the precinct officers in making their returns. 
In this matter of makinof the returns of the result of the bal- 
loting much remains to be desired. In many wards the 
caucus returns are not made to this office until early in the 
day succeeding that on which the caucuses are held, and the 
same is true of elections. In the case of caucuses this is 
due in the first place to the great number of ballots cast and 
the large number of delegates upon each ballot. This diffi- 
culty could be avoided in a great measure if the voter could 
indicate by one mark the delegation of his choice instead of 
as at present being obliged to make a cross opposite the 
name of each delegate that he desires to vote for ; this con- 
sumes time in marking the ballot and confuses the caucus 
officers in making the count. The delay in receiving the 
returns from elections is quite as bad as that in the case of 
caucuses. In this case, however, the Board is somewhat at 
a loss to account for the great delay. But we are inclined to 
the opinion that it is due to the lack of system in counting 
and in some cases to the inexperience of the election officers, 
for with an average of less than five hundred votes cast in 
each precinct at each election, from six to ten hours seems an 
extraordinary length of time to make the canvass. The 
Board is convinced, however, that with more time given in 
which to appoint the election officers, they can be instructed 
in their duties, and some uniform system of counting can be 
established that will remove in a sfreat measure this cause of 
complaint. On the subject of nomination papers for cau- 
cuses the Board would say that the names of delegates on 
these papers are written in such a manner as to be often- * 
times almost wholly illegible. We would suggest, there- 
fore, to the committees having this matter in charge the pro- 
priety of having the names of nominees typewritten, or if 
they cannot do this at least to pay more attention to having 
the names written in a les^ible manner. We make this sus:- 
gestion because we realize the importance of the duty which 
we perform in preparing the ballots, which must be made up 
from the copy thus furnished to us. A mistake in making 



Election Department. 5 

up the ballot might be a serious matter and leave the Board 
open to unjust criticism. 

Recounts. 

The recounts for the year, both for caucuses and elections, 
were numerous and in many cases wholly unnecessary. We 
distinctly state that the right to petition for a recount is in 
many cases grossly abused. The Board is more fully con- 
vinced than ever of the necessity of some legislation further 
restrictino- the risfht of havino- the ballots of caucuses and 
elections recounted. In the majority of cases the recounts 
made no change in the original returns, thus demonstrating 
the accuracy and honesty of the election officers. We must 
except from this statement, however, the two apparent in- 
stances of fraud before referred to in this report, but are 
pleased to report that this is the only exception to this rule 
that has been brous^ht to our attention. 

Ballot Law Commission. 

The Ballot Law Commissioners of the city of Boston were 
called upon to hear three cases during the past year. Two 
of these were disposed of after a brief hearing, the objec- 
tions in both cases being wholly based upon some trivial tech- 
nicality, and the objections were not sustained. The third 
hearing was had upon objections to nomination papers filed 
for independent candidates for Street Commissioner and the 
Board of Aldermen. After a hearing covering a part of two 
days, and before the objectors had closed their evidence, the 
independent nominees declined to proceed farther, and the 
Board unanimously decided to sustain the objections. 

Juries. 

The Board of Election Commissioners are also required 
by statute to prepare the jury list for the city of Boston. 
By virtue of this statute it becomes the duty of this Board, 
between the first of eTanuary and the first of March in each 
year, to select, from the registered voters of the city, about 
five thousand citizens, who may be called upon during the 
year to perform the jury duty in the courts of this county. 
In the performance of this duty the Board endeavors to make 
its selections in such a manner that all classes of our citi- 
zens will have representation upon this list, but we do not 
lose sight of the fact that what is desirable in a juror above 
everything else is intelligence, honesty, and integrity. We 
therefore endeavor to perform this duty always having these 



6 City Document No. 9. 

two ideas in mind ; and we may add, that our efforts in this 
direction are attended with a fair deoree of success, as may 
be attested by the character of the juries that are drawn from 
the list furnislied by us to the City Clerk. 

In its last annual report this Board recommended that 
legislation be directed towards simplifying and consolidat- 
ing the present caucus laws, and we are gratified to observe 
that the present Legislature has a bill under consideration 
lookino' toward this end. We would suofoest further, that 
more time be given this department for the selection, quali- 
fication, and instruction of election officers. Under the pres- 
ent law these appointments cannot be made before Septem- 
ber. It would appear that ample time is now given for this 
purpose, but when we consider that there are 2,292 of these 
officers, each one of whom must appear before a commis- 
sioner to be qualified, and that September and October are 
the busy months of the year, we easily arrive at the conclu- 
sion that the work of these appointments could be better 
performed in an earlier part of the year. 

In closino', we would add that the booths and election 
furniture have been thoroughly repaired during the year, at 
considerable expense, but the work done was absolutely 
necessary, and in the end will save the city a much greater 
outlay. We have at our disposal for election purposes fifty- 
six booths and twenty-five ward-rooms ; we are dependent 
upon the school department for about seventy-five school- 
houses, and for the rest we are obliged each year to hire 
such stores, halls, and other places as we can secure at elec- 
tion time. It seems desirable that this department should 
be equipped in this respect with a full number of voting 
booths for the one hundred and ninety-one voting precincts 
of the city. 

Expenses. 

The expenses of the department during the past year were 
necessarily increased on account of the new general registra- 
tion. At the beginning of the year, the Board estimated 
that the cost of this work would be $100,000, but the City 
Council appropriated only $90,000 for this purpose. The 
Board found it impossible to complete the registration for 
this latter amount, and was obliged to call for a further sum 
to meet the expenses incurred. The total amount expended, 
however, on this account, fell within the estimate of $100,- 
000 originally submitted. The following is a detailed state- 
ment of the expenses of the department for the financial year 
ending January 31, 1897, both on account of the general 
registration, and of the regular expenses of the department: 



8,662 
21,440 


01 
50 


888 


2b 


958 


15 


1,830 
1,960 


54 
00 



Election Department. 7 

The expenditures of the clepartDient for the linancial year 
ending January 31, 1897, are as follows : 

Election Department. 

Salaries, Commissioners . . $14,500 00 

Salaries, Secretary, Deputy, Mes- 
senger, and Assistant Registrars, 
regular 17,632 79 

Salaries, Assistant Registrars, tem- 
porary ..... 

Salaries, Precinct Officers 

Posting Voting-Lists and Specimen 
Ballots ..... 

Lio-htino' and heatino- ward-rooms 
and polling-places 

Stationery for office, caucuses and 
elections . . . . . 

Rent of stores for polling-places . 

Rent of storehouse, storage of 

booths, etc. .... 966 QQ 

Rent of land for location of booths 

for elections . . . . 510 00 

Incidentals 2,34535 

Printing for caucuses, elections, 

etc. , , , . . 11,243 05 

Ad^^ertising . . . . 1,377 25 

Repair of, and furniture for, ward- 
rooms and election polling- 
places ..... 7,524 33 

Janitors, caucuses and elections . 2,975 85 

Erection and repair of booths . 9,585 85 

Carriages for caucuses and elec- 
tions ..... 4,334 36 

Teaming 1,583 00 

Preparing precinct maps . . 863 20 

Assessors' clerks, preparing list of 

assessed polls . . . . 3,495 48 

Rent of ward-rooms . . . 65 00 

$114,741 62 



Xew General Register of Qualified Voters. 

Salaries, Assistant Registrars . $64,490 67 
Lighting and heatino- registration 

places . . -^ , . . 1,985 93 



Amoiints carried for urird, $66,476 60 $114,741 62 



8 City Document No. 9. 

Amounts brought forward , $66,476 60 $114,741 62 

Stationery 900 80 

Incidentals ..... 1,870 49 

Printinoj votino'-lists and reofisters , 13,193 54 
Advertisino' names of reo'istered 

voters, etc. .... 5,251 21 

Carriages . . . . . 547 05 

Janitors . . . . . 6,643 20 
Erection and repair of booths for 

registration purposes . . 437 15 

Teaming 277 43 

Eepair, etc., of registration places, 2,180 74 
Rent of land for booths, registra- 
tion 1,696 50 



99,474 71 

Total ..... . . $214,216 33 



The following pages show in tabulated form the number of 
assessed polls, registered voters, and votes cast in this city 
at the State, and municipal elections of 1896, together with 
a schedule showing the proportion of male voters whose 
names are borne upon the voting lists, that were born in the 
United States (exclusive of Boston), those born in Boston, 
and those of foreisfn birth. 

Eespectfall}^ submitted, 

Linus E. Pearson, 
James J. Costello, 

GrEORGE B. BiLLIXGS, 

Timothy F. McDonough, 

Board of Election Commissioners. 



TABULATED STATEME:N^T 



ASSESSED POLLS, REGISTERED VOTERS, AND 

VOTES CAST AT STATE AND 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 



1896, 



TOGETHER WITH A SCHEDULE SHOWING THE PROPOR- 
TION OF MALE VOTERS WHOSE NAMES ARE BORNE 
UPON THE VOTING LISTS, THAT WERE BORN IN THE 
UNITED STATES (EXCLUSIVE OF BOSTON), THOSE 
BORN IN BOSTON, AND THOSE OF FOREIGN BIRTH. 



10 



City Document No. 9. 



Assessed Polls, State Election, 1896. 



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PKECIIVCTS. 








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eg 




















Totals. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 

336 




1 .. 


624 


590 


762 


676 


777 


804 


829 


774 


6,172 


2 .. 


845 


702 


878 


678 


709 


745 


849 


1,004 




6,410 


3 .. 


621 


699 


621 


777 


763 


653 








4,134 


4 .. 


695 


646 


708 


710 


724 


732 








4,215 


o . . 


696 


680 


854 


572 


898 


729 








4,429 


6 .. 


925 


933 


1,056 


1,044 


1,165 


705 


1,309 


944 




8,081 


7 .. 


838 


953 


1,091 


1,168 


985 


1,076 
1,382 








6,111 


8 .. 


1,250 


1,773 


1,112 


1,266 
1,262 

727 


1,287 








8,070 


9 .. 


1,297 


1,481 


1,201 


1,168 


949 


951 






8,309 


lO .. 


938 


956 


856 


761 


726 


896 


851 


576 


7,287 


11 .. 


869 


999 


886 


780 


489 


477 


576 


461 


463 


6,000 


12 .. 


901 


783 


822 


992 


953 


1,147 


876 






6,474 


13 .. 


1,140 


1,174 


1,072 


937 


952 


800 


854 


927 


.... 


7,856 


14 .. 


1,075 


802 


580 


541 


654 


691 


697 


806 




5,846 


15 .. 


607 


757 


695 


635 


627 


590 


701 


699 


.... 


5,311 


16 .. 


700 
910 


784 
649 


679 
555 


786 
649 


759 
597 


592 
735 


823 
710 






5,123 


17 .. 


892 


556 


6,253 


18 .. 


977 


1,305 


1,333 


1,256 


1,232 


1,169 








7,272 


19 . 


802 


1,015 


942 


944 


742 


799 


719 


707 


.... 


6,670 


20 .. 


963 


771 


752 


812 


766 


783 


805 


762 


. .. . 


6,414 


21 .. 


814 


710 


476 


661 


751 


611 


777 


781 


685 


6,266 


22 .. 


904 


962 


716 


876 


950 


592 


693 


750 


. ... 


6,443 


23 .. 


490 


652 


685 


764 


771 


714 


418 


574 


385 


5,453 


24 .. 


710 


635 


736 


595 


620 


617 


786 


955 


685 

1 


6,339 


25 .. 


694 


782 


559 


939 


588 


664 


738 




1 


4,964 




1 . 1 




Total . 






155,902 


























Election Department. 



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Registered Voters (men) at State Election, 1896. 



Wards. 



1 .. 

2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

5.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

9.. 
10.. 
11 .. 
12.. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17 . 
18.. 
19.. 
20.. 
21 .. 
22.. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 
Total 



PRECIjVCTS. 



1. 



412 

461 
452 
479 
461 
405 
495 
619 
584 
483 
523 
635 
519 
621 
354 
471 
463 
535 
463 
687 
525 
650 
361 
436 
579 



2. 



424 
393 
495 
448 
515 
440 
449 
798 
655 
499 
551 
606 
527 
535 
455 
514 
424 
616 
478 
576 
511 
569 
451 
463 
542 



3. 



551 
497 
463 
511 
498 
524 
587 
617 
498 
490 
565 
522 
433 
442 
472 
515 
413 
651 
557 
612 
344 
458 
455 
532 
408 



4. 



477 
460 
523 
493 
365 
482 
534 
696 
611 

4e58 

544 
663 
472 
408 
449 
569 
463 
681 
567 
510 
482 
593 
516 
457 
412 



5. 



526 
373 
540 
451 
544 
544 
570 
699 
602 
473 
383 
627 
505 
458 
486 
524 
424 
648 
440 
569 
487 
576 
532 
455 
448 



6. 



438 
452 
450 
406 
451 
455 
669 
769 
533 
503 
360 
690 
434 
465 
438 
496 
436 
686 
526| 
592 
469 
426 
536 
438 
468 



7. 



553 
519 



538 



553 
664 
460 
571 
472 
477 
483 
610 
454 



522 
582 
590 
498 
330 
592 
476 



8. 



574 

578 



439 



566 

377 



486 
533 
486 



601 



441 
546 
595 
451 

460 
594 



9. 



201 



390 
352 



429 



483 

275 
468 



^T3 

CD ^ 



4,156 
3,733 
2,923 
2,788 
2,834 
3,827 
3,304 
4,198 
4,036 
4,526 
4,115 
4,314 
3,848 
3,939 
3,623 
3,699 
4,107 
3,817 
3,994 
4,574 
4,486 
4,221 
3,916 
4,435 
3,333 






a ns 



O to M"^ 
3 cbPhX= 



96,746 



67.33 
58.24 
70.70 
66.14 
63.99 
47.36 
54.07 
52.02 
48.57 
62.11 
68.58 
66.64 
48.98 
67.38 
68.22 
72.20 
65.68 
52.49 
59.88 
71.31 
71.59 
65.51 
71.81 
69.96 
67.14 



Average -per cent, of men assessed who registered, 62.06. 



12 



City Document No. 9. 



Number of Votes cast for President at National 
Election, 1896. 



1 

2 

a 

4 
5 
6 

8 
9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



PRECIIVCT 1. 



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f- O O ■ >^ =0 



PQ 5 



Q.2 



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pq-E 



54 
258 

68 
199 

77 
202 
126 
305 
220 

97 

64 

51 
306 
247 
133 
167 
152 
208 
149 
137 

78 
115 

54 
119 

88 



7 

18 

5 

6 

8 

23 

12 

10 

10 

5 

6 

7 

17 

28 

8 

14 

14 

15 

10 

16 

6 

20 

3 

12 

19 



w o 






►J « 



299 

126 

301 

154 

314 

77 

222 

19 140 

122191 

5,251 

4|353 

3 '479 

72 



ij -^ c 

a a 



192 
153 
214 
131 
221 
156 
441 
353 
422 
245 
198 
375 



9 

9 

19 

15 

14 

5 

17 

6 

8 

7 

27 

34 

8 

13 

5 

8 

7 

12 

11 

34 

19 

27 

20 

11 

11 



PRECIIVCT 2. 



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30 
150 
192 

78 
181 
242 
124 
275 
167 
103 

84 

42 
302 
242 
228 
200 
183 
184 
159 
110 
113 
200 
193 
119 

38 



< z 

y^ O 

Q. 






1 

8 
25 

8 
27 
14 
17 
28 
67 
21 

3 

9 
20 



c« 









14 
17 
12 
12 
14 
12 
17 
18 
18 
21 
11. 



1 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 

4 

3 

3 

5 

4 

1 

4 

3 

1 

4 

8 

1 

4 

4 • 

2 

4 

i 



1 

3 

22 

1 

7 

4 

6 

24 



£3 

Si 3 



.2 ^ 
S.2 c 

as 



341 
128! 
183 
284 
2I1I 
104! 

186* 

I 
317 

279 

314 

361 

471 

2 74 



77 
39 
178 
111 
292 
172 
378 
295 
188 
120 
247 
431 



5 
14 

5 

6 
18 

9 
17 

8 
18 
13 

2 
25 

9 
44 
10 

9 

1 
10 

7 
24 
17 
12 
17 

5 
16 



Election Department. 



13 



Number of Votes cast for President at National Election, 

1896. — Continued. 



PRECIIVCT 3. 



15 c« 
<1 - 



54 
150 
152 

94 
241 
222 
173 

67 
303 

49 

94 
100 
280 
162 
175 
134 

76 
122 
259 

96 

53 
155 
168 
117 

36 



o ft 

<! o = 

^ o o 



>H QC 



5S M-H 



"A 

11 

20 

17 

19 

27 

21 

15 

6 

19 

9 

8 

8 

12 

20 

33 

12 

7 

9 

23 

11 

7 

15 

16 

8 

9 



^ -r-l 



^£ 



2;=; S 

.2 W - '^ 



o 
en 



27 
2 
3 

14 
3 
4 



1 
2 

15 

1 
1 
2 
4 



426 
205 
198 
336 

77 
173 
270 
461 

81 
357 
355 
294 

42 
181 
162 
248 
267 
395 
106 
318 
224 
145 
144 
328 
309 






<; =3 



O) o 

pa 



10 
16 
24 
16 

4 
12 
15 
20 

5 
12 
22 
14 

7 
18 
12 
10 
24 
17 
14 
27 
23 
11 
10 
18 
16 



PRECI]\CT 4. 






49 

170 

232 

158 

105 

234 

86 

269 

213 

39 

48 

120 

260 

112 

168 

82 

76 

158 

213 

143 

64 

96 

135 

86 

179 



25n 

«.5 



4 

20 

23 

12 
7 
7 
6 

15 

14 

10 

11 

14 

18 

13 

13 

11 ■ 

13 

32 

15 
9 

11 

18 

9 

6 

11 






Z.O 
fd o 



3 to 



4 

15 

5 



>^ a 



7 
4 

2 

18 
3 



386 
153 
100 
205 
154 
153 
310 
264 
249 
365 
358 
442 
95 
251 
194 
410 
290 
343 
171 
219 
361 
372 
273 
278 
117 



O 4) 

CSzPh 

.'^ :: « 

2 S 

3 o 



7 
9 
10 
17 
8 
3 
5 
23 
14 
8 
74 
26 
8 
13 
16 
24 
19 
9 
18 
15 
15 
17 
15 
21 
9 



. 3 
. 4 
. 5 
. 6 
. T 
. 8 
. 9 
. lO 
. 11 
. 12 
. 13 
. 14 
. 15 
. 16 
. 17 
. 18 
19 
20 
31 
23 
23 
24 
25 



14 



City Document No. 9. 



Number of Votes cast for President at National 
Election, 1896. — Continued. . 



PRECINCT 5. 



bo 

ft 



1 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 

8 
9 
lO 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
30 
31 
32 
23 
»4 
2."> 



"ft' i? 
Iz; « Ci I Iz; =« 

<; S ^ l<1C- 
^« O o I i^ 00 

C.2 

o 
"-A 



107 

205 

278 

230 

203 

145 

271 

344 

119 

20 

11 

83 

242 

105 

165 

94 

168 

286 

139 

95 

78 

117 

151 

52 

118 



10 
10 
32 



19 
6 

37 
6 

64 



5 
13 

7 
39 
16 
17 
27 
12 
18 

8 
14 
18 

7 
18 



1 
1 
2 
5 
19 
2 



23 n 
w p 






f«9 

►J o 

PS -J 



g o = 

s s 



1 
2 
7 
22 
1 
1 



4 
4 
2 
5 
2 
8 

2 

21 

6 



321 
llOj 

127 
129 

166' 

I 
302 

113 

202 

332 

382 

304 

428 

115 

263 

205 

333 

139 

147 

173 

374 

323 

318 

290 

339 

226 



10 
6 
25 
1 
14 
16 
13 
12 
9 
9 
55 
17 
11 
15 
11 
21 
9 
10 
19 
74 
15 
18 
14 
18 
19 



PRECIJVCT 6. 



03 2 

25 = 



Iz; csPh 

^ S a 
i*1 o o 

PQ £ « 
Q.2 

o 



185 

175 

246 

91 

143 

59 

299 

355 

73 

25 

9 

180 

211 

100 

110 

29 

186 

280 

188 

85 

18 

47 

44 

81 

78 



M-3. 



c6 a 
g.2 

^ p 



< » 



16 

5 

8 

6 

15 

5 

30 

8 

6 

4 

1 

16 

25 

13 

18 

3 

16 



18 

12 

11 

3 

9 

6 

24 



H a 



O QJ 
•^ ft 

CS « 
Ice 

^ !h CS 
dor; 

O.S 

as 

O O 



1141 
•197 
1' 57 
2 235 
164 
315 
161 
322 
362 
413 
310 
327 
119 
274 
248 
408 
84 
315 
209 
443 
386 
332 
417 
267 
284 



7 

14 
12 
10 

8 
21 
14 
19 
18 
22 
26 
31 

7 

11 
14 
29 

3 
36 
24 
22 
20 

7 

10 
12 
34 



Proportion of men registered who voted for President, 84.91 per cent. 



Election. Department. 



15 



Number of Votes cast for President at National Election, 

1896. — Continued. 



PRECIIVCT T. 




PKECIKTCT 8. 




g O 

a 


IS 

o 


*^ 

1 

2 


it 

MS 
w p 


o 


'it 

253 
115 


Palme K 
(Democratic National 
-I 00 1 Nomination Paper). 


cqg 

198 
281 


.2 a 

^ 2 c 
« c-^ 

o 

■ ^ 


as 

05 & 
o 

0) 

1 


w p 

3 


o 

H CS 
^^ 

< CS 
1 


SI 

258 
139 


o <s 

-» C3 ^ 

g o a 

Hl'-=.2 

Oh o g 
o •— 
S E 

!U O 


re 


174 
304 


12 
15 


17 
9 


14 
6 


1 


.... 


.... 


.. „ 2 








3 






























4 






























., 5 


174 


14 


1 




8 


234 


5 


256 


22 


1 




2 


38 


1 


6 


"7 






























c 8 


288 

46 

9 

163 


6 
13 

3 
27 
24 
30 
18 
19 
15 


6 
3 


2 

1 


32 


139 
502 
386 
255 
66 
214 
223 
238 
145 


10 

33 

40 

28 

• 13 

8 

8 

22 

10 
















9 


48 
2 


13 


4 


4 
1 


1 


399 
325 


28 
37 


lO 


11 


2 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 


2 

3 
1 
1 


1 
2 
2 
5 

1 
2 






13 


271 
123 


229 
150 
158 


27 

11 
25 


3 

1 
1 


.... 


3 


102 
270 

207 


8 
15 
10 


13 


. . , 14 


147 
225 


3 


2 


15 


IG 


176 


214 


31 


3 


1 


1 


233 


6 


17 




. .. 18 


208 


18 
10 

7 

5 

11 

12 

15 


1 

1 
2 
3 
1 
1 


1 

3 
2 

3 


2 

2 
3 

1 


214 
427 
406 
377 
251 
410 
191 


18 
23 
26 
20 
3 
17 
18 


180 
53 
48 

128 
33 
61 


12 
9 
5 

13 
4 

39 


2 

1 


1 
2 


6 
1 
2 

8 
2 

1 


132 
415 
464 
229 
362 
399 


4 
21 
33 
14 
17 
27 


19 


73 


20 


89 


31 


43 


3 
1 
2 


2 

1 


33 


41 


33 


108 


34 


148 


35 

























16 



City Document No. 9. 



Number of Votes cast for President at National 
Election, 1896. — Concluded. 



3 . 

• —J 

4 . 

5 . 

6 . 

7 . 

8 . 

9 . 

10 . 

11 . 

12 . 

la . 

14 „, 

15 . 

16 .. 
IT .. 

18 .. 

19 .. 

20 .. 

21 .. 

22 .. 

23 .. 
24 
25 .. 
Total.-^ 



PKECIIVCT 9. 



•^ "Oh 



>^ 3 
P5 o 

pq S 



"A a; 
Wo 



32 



32 
19 



112 



62 



63 

77! 



^i« 






3 



17 



17 
17 



o 



'J a, 



128 



^c 



299 
291 



223 



342 



139 
288 



Q^ 



21 
26 



TOTAtiS. 



22 



33 



10 
19 



340 

739 

2,101 

1,241 

1,284 

931 

1,343 

1,238 

1,495 

792 

603 

901 

882 

820 

6851 



aO-i 



fi.S 






PQo 



883 83 

1,693 105 

1,168 110 

850 51 

950 103 

l,534i 112 

1,079 117 

1,615: 73 

1,383 186 

459 79 



34 

86 

156 

122 

168 

92 

142 

95 

122 

97 

89 

106 

105 

119 

107 



27,009 2,669 



13 
5 
10 
11 
9 
19 
20 
18 
39 
22 
7 
17 
22 
17 
18 
16 
20 
14 
20 
14 
14 
26 
15 
14 
13 



413 



= S 
^S 



H o 



7 

4 

6 

6 

8 

9 

6 

6 

16 

17 

8 

22 

4 

6 

9 

5 

4 

7 

6 

9 

20 

9 

13 

17 

9 






S-3 



233 



5 
10 

7 
28 

2 
48 
20 
70 
203 
11 

8 

8 

9 
16 
25 
13 

9 
40 
40 

6 
11 
65 
22 
13 

6 



695 



^ a 

§25 



2,553 
1,173 

966 
1,343 
1,086 
1,396 
1,2^ 
1,706 
1,633 
3,282 
3,043 
2,696 

685 
1,722 
1,431 
2,029 
1,623 
1,713 
1,333 
3,015 
3,154 
2,383 
2,241 
2,754 
1,933 
48,155 



2 S 

-5 ^ 

g o q 
S- 2 

CL, S 2 
o.S 

a a 



76 

91 

95 

65 

66 

72 

81 

88 

82 

153 

309 

175 

71 

137 

86 

123 

101 

94 

115 

240 

201 

126 

116 

148 

123 



3,034 



_ p 



3,620 
3,081 
2,362 
2,354 
2,224 
3,190 
2,585 
3,576 
3,542 
4,023 
3,749 
3,743 
3,048 
3,261 
3,021 
3,209 
3,242 
3,201 
3,131 
4,173 
4,092 
3,616 
3,394 
3,885 
2,876 
82,198 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



17 



If umber of Votes cast for Governor, at State Election, 

1896. 



1. 
a. 
». 

4. 
5. 

e. 

T. 

8. 

9. 
lO. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
30. 
21. 
33. 
33. 
34. 
35. 







PRECIJVCT 1. 










o 

&!-^ 
O tc 

OS'— 

M.2 

o 
o 

2 


1 


o <u 

a. a 

^ o cl 
£•^3 o 

s s 

« o 

6^ 


ai'5' 

48 


3 JO 

M —-I 

^& 


-•Is 

M O CS 

^a| 


*^ o 


o 5 
283 


o 

O 03 

o 
o 

02 

2 


a 
2 


16 


.... 


4 


8 


1 


20 


196 


10 


22 




114 


4 


3 


4 


2 


26 


50 


4 


3 


— 


291 


7 


.... 


3 


2 


25 


181 


3 


15 


8 


145 


1 


1 


4 


1 


19 


63 


2 


9 


2 


303 


1 


1 


4 


1 


15 


197 


8 


20 


— 


64 


8 


2 


4 


2 


26 


112 


4 


21 


— 


219 


7 


2 


24 


5 


21 


263 


7 


31 


18 


115 


11 


3 


23 


1 


32 


130 


7 


30 




254 


23 


3 


13 


2 


17 


54 


5 


15 


37 


218 




2 


7 


1 


24 


45 


2 


11 


.... 


356 


6 


1 


5 


2 


35 


43 


5 


11 


1 


464 


.... 


5 


2 


— 


21 


252 


10 


47 


20 


55 


6 


2 


5 


1 


33 


231 


9 


52 


— 


180 


7 


— 


6 


5 


13 


97 


7 


17 




142 


12 


.... 


13 


1 


14 


126 


12 


17 


2 


193 


3 


2 


5 


' 


25 


128 


13 


26 


17 


118 


1 


— 


14 


2 


25 


166 


1 


20 


— 


209 


6 


3 


17 


1 


21 


133 


19 


11 


12 


134 


9 


1 


4 


3 


36 


101 


7 


24 


6 


440 


4 


4 


3 


4 


28 


61 


3 


15 




347 


1 


2 


8 


2 


28 


104 


4 


25 


2 


401 


14 


3 


2 


2 


27 


47 


— 


11 


4 


235 


2 


— 


3 


2 


22 


114 


2 


19 


1 


186 


6 


1 


1 


1 


21 


84 


5 


28 


6 


313 


1 


2 



PRECIIVCT, a. 



■J3 P< 

s a 

« o 



12 
32 
14 
11 
33 
27 
32 
19 
33 
20 

9 
25 
20 
26 
23 
21 
21 
23 
15 
37 
33 
25 
23 

4 
22 



Hi S 



20 

126 

171 

65 

139 

160 

77 

235 

154 

87 

64 

25 

229 

221 

181 

147 

167 

148 

125 

75 

90 

186 

175 

83 

37 



2^ 



4 
8 
5 
9 
5 

19 

19 
8 
2 
3 
4 

17 

13 
5 

11 
9 
8 

13 
5 
4 

10 
5 

27 
3 



2-^ p 






3 
21 
31 
11 
30 
40 
29 
44 
39 

8 
15 
15 
51 
61 
39 
46 
85 
46 
28 
13 
25 
23 
35 
45 
12 



S p 
^ o 



1 

6 
1 
4 
1 
14 
12 
1 



4 
21 
13 






9 
6 
3 
11 
1 
2 
1 



331 

110 

174 

268 

216 

90 

195 

296 

250 

303 

313 

462 

71 

64 

31 

176 

88 

247 

159 

367 

282 

177 

123 

226 

409 



18 



City Document Xo. 9. 



Number of Votes cast for Governor, at State Election, 

1890. — Continued. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8 

9. 
lO. 
11. 

la. 
i». 

14. 
15. 
16. 
IT. 
18. 
19. 
20 
31. 
32. 
33 
34. 
35. 



PKECIIVCT 3. 









2 

7 
4 
1 
6 
7 

10 
6 

11 
4 
8 
2 
5 
1 
4 
5 



16 
6 
5 
1 
4 
5 






II— I O c 

o -.- 
E S 
S o 



13 
31 
28 
25 
20 
24 
20 
19 
24 
14 
28 
23 
16 
27 
26 
19 
29 
16 
42 
21 
24 
22 
21 
30 
17 



^~ 






41 

83 

128 

73 

213 

214 

166 

48 

218 

36 

76 

82 

221 

143 

163 

117 

52 

92 

238 

92 

42 

143 

140 

29 

22 



<;(1| 



^1 



1 

104 
1 
2 
9 



9 
2 

5 
4 
9 
5 
4 
4 
1 
8 
12 
3 
2 
6 
9 
4 
4 






« o CS 

> o c 

6^ 



37 

15 
44 



10 
12 
45 
13 
13 
22 
43 
31 
41 
20 
11 
25 
16 
11 
14 
26 
23 
14 
13 



ai.2 

23 



7 
11 



1 
5 
5 
2 

4 
12 

1 
8 
2 

7 

18 

2 

1 

. 5 



si 

Op. 



413 
178 
200 
304 

73 
160 
273 
450 

61 
361 
340 
295 

37 
171 
153 
247 
259 
359 

88 
315 
216 
154 
143 
2 396 
-I3O6 



TKECINCT 4. 



O to 



3 
10 



6 
2 
8 

10 

19 
9 
3 
1 
2 
2 
3 
2 
2 
1 
9 

12 
3 
3 

21 
7 
3 
6 






o 



01 o 



03 y 



11 

16 
17 
25 
13 
7 
12 
31 
20 
17 
45 
27 
22 
19 
29 
24 
34 
18 
32 
23 
16 
19 
22 
19 
18 



33 

161 

219 

126 

88 

203 

66 

236 

181 

25 

39 

81 

274 

95 

124 

59 

71 

118 

187 

126 

39 

63 

103 

79 

143 



2 

5 

19 

3 

7 



9 
6 
2 
3 
3 
4 
9 
3 

12 
1 
4 

14 
6 
4 
6 

28 
7 
5 
6 



•?a 



>^-^ a 






OD .S 

l-( « 



8 
27 
42 
23 
22 



15 
30 
35 
6 
15 
14 
18 
16 
26 
19 
11 
47 
26 
27 
16 
33 
19 
15 
29 



9 
3 

7 
8 

13 



&5 
D5 



364 
165 

88 
204 
147 
101 
279 
232 
226 
354 
377 
428 

68 
235 
194 
395 
372 
339 
165 
209 
355 
352 
272 
289 
105^ 



Election Department. 



19 



Xumber of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1896. — Continued. 



PRECIIVCT 5. 



PKECIWCT 6. 







^ 
















, , 


(1 
o 




•-3 a 




'>> 




'5" 




o 




Is 


^ 


n 


cs ca 


m « 


OO iH 


<»,^ cS 


<Ji .i; 


P- 


^ 




rt c3 


>< cS 


r^ " 


HIZO-I 


^tj 


s =« 


SM;2 


S ca 


H =S 


H <A 


^.^ 


Hlz;aH 


PM +^ 

O CO 

pq.2 

o 
o 


S -2 


aa 


t^a 

6 


M ' — 1 

CL, 


5-2 c 
:^^ 2 

16 


1-5 m 

la 




Oh ^ 
O to 

CO 2 
o 

OQ 


CO 


a a 

a; o 




1 


a^ 




3 


3 


302 






B^ 


6 


15 


82 


3 


1 


12 


2 


1 


16 


78 


2 


10 


65 


105 


2 


1 


19 


6 


2 


33 


209 


5 


42 


5 


122 


7 


1 


20 


6 




24 


179 


4 


28 


.... 


93 


8 


2 


12 


3 


4 


25 


187 


10 


33 


1 


158 


3 


3 


22 


7 


2 


17 


88 


12 


24 


4 


249 


3 


4 


14 


14 


2 


40 


227 


41 


33 


— 


102 


5 


1 


29 


35 


4 


24 


289 


4 


22 


10 


184 


16 


2 


19 


4 


3 


19 


86 


16 


137 


.... 


231 


3 


4 


21 


3 


3 


7 


7 


17 


1 




358 


1 


2 


30 






35 


6 
63 


1 


1 




322 
410 




1 


19 


1 


2 


19 


6 


17 


— 


2 


2 


52 


5 


1 


27 


203 


10 


38 


13 


104 


6 


.... 


10 


5 


3 


24 


84 


10 


15 


6 


253 


5 


2 


18 


8 


— 


29 


146 


9 


40 


2 


184 


6 


3 


14 


5 


— 


28 


61 


4 


32 


8 


331 




1 


18 


9 


.... 


31 


136 


4 


27 


8 


123 


4 


2 


13 


12 


1 


23 


111 


28 


57 


139 


124 


10 


1 


38 


10 


1 


30 


135 


6 


14 


7 


166 


11 


.... 


48 


2 


1 


30 


69 


3 


23 


3 


381 


3 


2 


17 


1 


4 


21 


52 


5 


22 


5 


317 


1 


4 


26 


27 
10 


1 
4 


17 
19 


117 
108 


4 
20 






301 

286 





6 
2 


10 


20 


1 


2 


14 


3 


4 


19 


8 


— 


38 




322 


2 


1 


12 


5 


1 


34 


95 


7 


26 


4 


220 


7 


1 


23 



,^a 

■ <D 






127 

124 

214 

81 

121 

43 

252 

241 

62 

12 

8 

148 

190 

96 

96 

23 

171 

39 

141 

62 

24 

27 

40 

72 

17 



5 

12 

6 

3 

5 

4 

18 

11 

5 



3 
6 
2 

20 
1 
5 

36 
3 
8 
1 
5 
5 
6 
4 



Hi R O 



a '3 



28 
17 
27 
14 
23 
10 
44 
42 
11 

9 

2 
18 
37 
15 
12 

3 
32 
73 
20 
21 

3 
12 
10 
19 
17 



3.^ 



31 

4 
12 



12 
16 



o 5 



127 
200 
60 
210 
163 
319 
160 
275 



37 



6 
67 



2 366 
389 
304 
312 
103 
264 
228 
405 
79 
331 
199 
441 
374 
319 
406 
269 
229 



1 

6 

T 

8 

9 

10 

11 

13 

la 

14 
l.-> 
16 
IT 
18 
19 
20 
21 
23 
2S 
24 
25 



20 



City Document No. 9, 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1896. — Continued. 





PKECINCT T. 


PRECINCT 8. 




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a-; 

O a: 

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o 
m 

2 
5 


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1 


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8 
5 




1 

2. 


19 
34 


31 

41 


12 


237 
92 


44 
23 


2 
5 


32 
33 


239 
136 


4 
































5 


































^ 


22 


5 


20 


192 








172 


8 




17 


208 


6 


24 


1 


42 


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S 


































9 . 


3 


3 
2 


24 
25 
30 
30 
24 
13 
17 
33 
20 


266 
34 
10 
138 
244 
143 
123 
195 
158 


6 

7 
25 
4 
5 
8 
8 


16 
15 
5 
34 
21 
13 
34 
40 
32 


2 

61 
14 

6 

8 

15 


115 
499 
388 
199 
57 
198 
199 
236 
135 


















lO 


.... 


4 


25 
27 


36 
4 


6 


18 


3 


396 
326 


11 




12 


2 
3 
6 

7 
3 

1 


4 
1 
3 
2 
2 












13 

14 

15 

IB 


7 
2 
3 


5 

1 


24 
23 
15 


180 
128 
146 


16 

6 

16 


61 
24 
32 


8 

3 

10 


86 
254 
187 


17 

18 


4 


.... 


20 


205 


9 


33 


.... 


217 


19 

20 


4 


2 
1 
4 
2 
4 


34 
22 
40 
19 
13 
23 
30 


172 
59 
54 
42 
38 
72 
99 


5 
7 
3 
28 
1 
6 


17 
16 
17 
8 
1 
20 
21 


8 

3 

9 

1 

35 


203 
408 
412 
371 
246 
412 
183 


12 
4 
5 

10 
4 
3 


5 
1 

2 

4 


16 
19 
33 
22 
9 
26 


172 
46 
30 
88 
40 
48 


2 
2 
2 
11 
2 
6 


7 
10 

5 
33 

6 
42 


7 

5 

1 
3 


121 
411 


21 

22 

23 

24 

25 . . 


2 
2 
5 
1 
5 


468 
206 
360 
389 














1 

1 







ElectiOiV Department. 



21 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1890, — Concluded. 



PRECIIVCT 9. 



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o jg 
O g 



O ij 
^ O C 

a s 



19 
25 






24 



21 
15 



24 



32 



13 

15 



76 



45 



50 

74 



2 

11 






10 

4 



31 



13 



25 
13 



33 .S 



i4 O 



r^J^ 



128 



302 
282 



226 



341 



136 
281 



TOTAIiS. 



o 

>-^ 

%^ 

cs:d 

o 
o 


'a 

5-2 


Pkikce 

(Democratic National 
Nomination Paper). 


3 '-I 

a a 


1-5 <S> 


Williams 
(Democratic Bryan 
Nomination Paper). 


a" 

1-1 (D 


WOLCOTT * 

(Republican) . 


23 


12 


148 


668 


24 


136 


60 


2,424 


42 


9 


191 


1,214 


147 


171 


75 


1,100 


28 


5 


138 


991 


43 


182 


32 


935 


25 


6 


122 


705 


20 


106 


19 


1,224 


19 


13 


132 


811 


42 


161 


32 


1,060 


67 


16 


141 


1,305 


35 


118 


14 


1,197 


50 


8 


159 


900 


94 


152 


27 


1,228 


111 


17 


133 


1,292 


47 


181 


74 


1,552 


76 


17 


173 


1,097 


47 


313 


8 


1,503 


25 


22 


174 


312 


45 


95 


46 


3,180 


22 


10 


242 


267 


14 


66 


5 


3,008 


14 


27 


211 


580 


33 


131 


73 


2,570 


36 


7 


164 


1,793 


102 


306 


81 


581 


34 


16 


183 


1,141 


52 


227 


31 


1,619 


48 


14 


166 


1,076 


78 


241 


37 


1,318 


31 


8 


157 


728 


41 


177 


28 


1,983 


25 


5 


217 


1,164 


57 


238 


51 


1,617 


67 


10 


143 


674 


95 


268 


183 


1,609 


81 


5 


•237 


1,303 


61 


139 


59 


1,235 


25 


22 


205 


630 


37 


145 


39 


2,972 


20 


23 


253 


437 


33 


130 


14 


3,112 


88 


17 


162 


770 


71 


160 


25 


2,281 


43 


21 


161 


741 


78 


150 


26 


2,207 


24 


26 


170 


579 


62 


225 


20 


2,770 


26 


9 


165 


497 
21,675 


35 


146 


122 


1,765 


1,050 345 


4,347 


1,393 


4,364 


1,181 


46 ,050 j 



s — 

o't, 
f^5 



3,495 
2,949 
2,354 
2,227 
2,270 
2,893 
2,618 
3,407 
3,234 
3,899 
3,634 
3,639 
3,070 
3,303 
2,978 
3,153 
3,374 
3,049 
3,120 
4,075 
4,022 
3,574 
3,427 
3,876 
2,765 
80,405 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted for Governor, 83.11 per cent. 



1 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

lO 

11 

13 

1» 

14 

l.'S 

1& 

ir 

18 
19 
SO 
31 
33 
33 
34 
35 



•22 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for State Officers (except Governor), State 
Election, 1896, in the City of Boston. 



Caisdidates for Lieutenant-Governor. 



Callahan, Democratic Bryan Nom. Paper 

*Crane, Republican , 

Dakin, People's Party 

McConnell, Democratic National Nom. Paper 

Nash, Prohibition .' - ■ 

Ruther, Socialist Labor 



Votes Cast. 



Total 



27,866 

42,631 

592 

3,864 

421 

811 



76,185 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 78. /5 per cent. 



Candidates for Secretary of State. 



Hall, People's Party 

Lincoln, Democratic National Nom. Paper 

^'Olin, Republican 

Potts, Democratic Bryan Nom. Paper. Democratic, 

Usher, Socialist Labor ■ 

Wylie, Prohibition 



Total 



Votes Cast. 



864 
5,210 

42,777 

22,779 

727 

428 



72,785 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.23 per cent. 



Candidates for Treasurer and Receiver- 
General. 



Clans, Socialist Labor 

Habberly, Prohibition 

*Shaw, Republican 

Tobey, Democratic National Nom. Papers 

Watson, People's Party, Dem. Bryan Nom. Paper, 
Democratic 



Total 



Votes Cast. 



1,056 

860 

40,484 

7,745 

22,556 



72,701 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.15 per cent. 



Election Department. 



23 



Votes cast for State Officers (except Governor), State 
Election, 1896, in the City of Boston.— Concluded. 



Candidates for Auditor. 



Cavanaugh, Democratic Bryan Nom. Paper 

Fitzgerald, Democratic 

Frissell, Prohibition 

*Kiniball, Republican 

Phinney, Socialist Labor 

Proctor, People's Party 

Spellman, Democratic National Norn. Paper 



Total 



Votes Cast. 



8,804 

18.617 

826 

40,718 

775 

493 

3,263 



73,496 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.97 per cent. 



Candidates for Attorney-General. 


Votes Cast. 


Chase Sooialist T^abor 


1,025 


Hamlin Prohibition • 


656 


Hnrlbnvt Dpinooratio, National Noni Paner 


5,330 


*TCnowlton Rennblican 


41,729 


TVforse Peonle's Partv ... 


715 


O'Donnell, Democratic Bryan Nom. Paper. Democratic, 


23,743 


Total 


73,198 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.66 per cent. 



24 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Councillor, State Election, 1896. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



16 .... 

20 .... 

21 .... 

22 ..., 

23 ... 

24 .... 

Totals 



Cantwell, 
Dem. 




LOVELL,* 

Rep. 



1,778 
2,719 
2,944 
2,135 
2,128 
2,579 



14,283 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 25,331. 
Votes cast, 20,809. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 82.15 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol, and the First 
and Second Norfolk Senatorial Districts. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


Benton,* 
Rep. 


McSoRLEY, 

Dem. 


1 


2,297 
822 

1,133 
955 


986 


3 


1,352 


4 


948 


5 


1,144 






Totals , 


5,207 


4,430 










* Elected. 







Registered voters, 12,701. 
Votes cast, 9,637. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.88 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop, 
and the First, Second, and Third Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 



Election Department. 



25 



Votes cast for Councillor, State Election, 1896. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



2 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 .... 

13 .... 

14 

15 

17 .... 

18 .... 

19 

25 

Totals 



Allen,* 
Rep. 



851 
,007 
,001 
,885 
,485 
,072 
,841 
,402 
430 
,472 
,180 
,368 
,448 
,074 
,720 



22,736 



Sullivan, 
Dem. 



2,094 
1,567 
1,350 
1,808 
1,552 
654 
636 
1,054 
2,356 
1,719 
1,682 
1,842 
1,417 
1,920 
1,019 



22,670 



Scattering. 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 58,714. 

Votes cast, 45,407. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 77.34 per cent. 



26 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Cong-ressmen, State Election, 1896. 

SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 4. 



Precinct 1 , 
2, 
3 
4. 
5. 
6 



Totals 



Batirett,* 
Kep. 



1,100 



DOHERTT, 

Dem. 



129 


245 


235 


107 


290 


130 


173 


211 


77 


262 


196 


120 



1,075 



Scattering. 



Ward 5. 



Precinct 1 , 
2. 
3 
4. 
o. 
6. 



Totals 



Grand totals, 







286 


93 


180 


238 


57 


307 


129 


166 


137 


273 


147 


181 


936 


1,258 



2,036 



2,333 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 5,622. 

Votes cast, 4,370. 

Proportion of men reo^istered who voted, 77.73 per cent. 

The balance of this district is composed of the following cities and 
towns: Chelsea, Everett, Lynn, Maiden, Melrose, Nahant, Revere, 
Saugus, Stoneham, and Wakefield. 



Election Department. 



27 



Votes cast for Congressineii, State Election, 189(3. 

EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 





Ward lO. 


Jackson, 
Dein. 


McCall.* 
Rep. 


Scattering. 


Prec 


inct 1 


135 
119 
69 
55 
41 
43 
72 
92 
43 


196 

272 

330 

332 

340' 

379 

475 

364 

288 




2 




3 




4 


1 


5 




6 




7 




8 

9 


1 








Totals 


669 


2,976 


2 






Ward 11. 








Prer 


inct 1 


99 
92 
144 
63 
35 
21 
33 
17 
25 


315 
289 
314 
389 
304 
295 
377 
325 
287 






2 






3 






4 






5 


1 




6 






7 






8 


1 




9 












Totals 


529 


2,895 


2 








Grand totals 


1,198 


5,871 


4 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 8,641. 
Votes cast, 7,073. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 81.85 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of the following cities and 
towns : Arlington, Cambridge, Medford, Somerville, and Winchester. 



28 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1896. 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8 
9. 



Totals 



Ward 2. 



Precinct 1 , 
2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8 



Totals, 



Ward 3. 



Precinct 1, 
2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6 



Totals 



* 








a 


w 






h^ 


f^ 






Ss 


s^ 


.. 


02 . 


N 
H 






Sear 
Rep 


P^ 








75 


5 


10 


253 


52 


8 


5 


303 


89 


11 


15 


360 


81 


15 


14 


309 


145 


15 


24 


238 


264 


7 


24 


82 


238 


6 


42 


183 


296 


4 


38 


161 


50 


6 


9 


106 


1,290 


77 


181 


1,995 



297 


4 


27 


72 


219 


4 


24 


77 


258 


21 


32 


109 


247 


17 


27 


64 


228 


2 


29 


62 


205 


7 


44 


139 


316 


3 


56 


61 


347 


4 


30 


83 


2,117 


62 


269 


667 



91 


11 


22 


265 


233 


10 


66 


108 


179 


10 


68 


152 


321 


2 


78 


37 


309 


3 


76 


69 


301 


4 


45 


37 


1,434 


40 


355 


668 



bG 



c3 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



29 



Votes cast for Coiig-ressinen, State Election, 1896. 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.— Continued. 





* 












P> 


ef 






bjo 




h^i 


H 






c 


Ward 6. 


< e 








03 








f^ft 








261 

297 










Precinct 1 


5 
3 


61 

68 


31 

25 




2 




3 


311 

298 


6 
5 


65 
26 


71 

55 




4 




5 


222 
109 


14 
24 


57 
13 


144 
245 




6 




7 


291 
264 


4 


66 
104 


72 
11 




8 




_ 




Totals 


2,043 


64 


460 


654 








Ward 7. 












Precinct 1 


162 


11 


51 


165 


1 


2 


164 


9 


48 


137 




3 


181 


12 


88 


188 




" 4 


141 


14 


31 


183 




5 


314 


6 


107 


42 




6 


346 


8 


106 


90 








Totals 


1,308 


60 


431 


805 


1 



Ward 8. 



Precinct 1. 
" 2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



Totals. 



400 


6 


45 


56 


342 


12 


75 


208 


88 


16 


31 


389 


340 


9 


79 


148 


382 


13 


76 


97 


377 


15 


67 


178 


1,929 


71 


373 


1,076 



* Elected. 



30 



City Document No. 9. 



Vcrtes cast for Cong-ressineii, State Election, 1896. 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.— Concluded. 



Ward 9. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

Totals.. 



N 



205 
303 
290 
235 
124 
102 
300 



1,559 



Fletcher, 
Rep. 


is 


13 

23 

9 
9 

17 
5 


61 
63 
101 
73 
53 
38 
58 


76 


447 



02 . 

CO 



184 

134 

16 

154 

298 
299 

78 



1,163 






o3 
O 
C/2 



Ward 13. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5 
6 
7. 
8. 



Totals, 



Grand totals 



310 
308 
254 
275 
278 
215 
264 
266 



2,170 



13,850 



4 


88 


3 


100 


2 


89 


5 


86 


5 


96 i 


4 


90 


2 


85 


8 


81 


33 


715 


483 


3,231 



21 
20 
15 
31 

47 
65 
29 
40 



268 



7,296 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 30,025. 

Votes cast, 24,862. 

Proj^ortion of men registered who voted, 82.80 per cent. 

This district includes also the town of Winthrop. 



Election Department. 



31 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1896. 

TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 12. 



Precinct 1 
2 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 



Totals 



* Barrows, 
Rep. 


CD 

H 
06 

■< 

in 
o 


S 

p 


416 
416 

1 243 

1 376 

337 

265 

1 201 


38 
34 
25 
29 
52 
25 
17 


87 
85 
143 
149 
122 
248 
265 


2,254 

i 


220 


1,099 



be 



CO 



Ward 14. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



Totals , 



150 


21 


317 


53 


9 


337 


144 


17 


213 


188 


40 


145 


204 


42 


142 


199 


34 


150 


172 


22 


180 


198 


33 


210 


1,308 


218 


1,694 



Ward 15. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



Totals, 



95 
80 
123 
175 
160 
195 
173 
162 



1,153 



22 


157 


11 


263 


19 


251 


13 


198 


13 


224 


24 


160 


33 


189 


24 


222 


159 


1,664 



* Elected. 



32 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1896, 

TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT . — Continued. 



Ward 16. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Totals 



02 


Rep. 


B 


S f^ 


' 


C 


S 1^ 


h4 




W D3 


02 


J 


■a; 


< 


•-) 


PQ 


a 


•< 


* 


o 


ffi 


i 157 


43 


169 


140 


30 


238 


188 


34 


193 


349 


43 


108 


286 


30 


143 


365 


51 


44 


193 


20 


303 


1,678 


251 


1,198 



be 

c 



CO 



Ward 17, 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



Totals , 



98 


14 


1 
215 


73 


10 


242 


199 


45 


101 


215 


25 


133 


116 


11 


211 


59 


7 


248 


109 


15 


193 


195 


19 


.267 


204 


18 


141 

1 


1,268 


• 164 


1,751 



Ward 18. 



Precinct 



Totals, 



173 


20 


215 


193 


25 


256 


277 


53 


162 


255 


54 


209 


113 


20 


336 


261 


42 


237 


1,272 


214 


1,415 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



3S 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Ellection, 1896. 

TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.— Concluded. 



Ward 19. 



Precinct 



Totals , 



„ 






OD 


^ [ 


r^ 


t- 


cu 


c 




CO 


Q 




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I-) 


CQ 




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* 


Q 


K 


136 


17 


205 


125 


11 


215 


70 


7 


319 


130 


12 


274 


138 


22 


198 


152 


22 


252 


142 


13 


258 


95 


8 


211 


988 


112 


1,932 



be 
a 



02 



Ward 20. 



Precinct 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



Totals. 



315 


109 


186 


326 


39 


144 


291 


32 


132 


179 


32 


213 


317 


36 


143 


385 


56 


114 


352 


48 


109 


368 


36 


86 


2,533 


388 


1,127 



Ward 24. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



162 
193 
271 
242 
279 
191 
333 
332 
223 



Totals 2,226 



29 


161 


34 


165 


72 


115 


34 


118 


38 


83 


45 


143 


59 


130 


33 


151 


40 


133 


384 


1,199 


2,110 


13,079 ' 



* Elected. ^ Registered voters, 36,502. Votes cast, 29,872. 

Pro23ortion of men reo^istered who voted, 81.84 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Milton and Qnincy. 



34 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Coiigressmen, State Election, 1896. 

ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



Totals 



Baker, 
Uem. 



131 

177 
102 

93 
111 

62 
147 

88 

99 



1,010 



Spragde,* 
Rep. 



296 
238 
185 
317 
291 
358 
355 
431 
319 



2,790 



Scatterini^. 



Ward 22. 
Precinct 1 


207 
282 
250 
154 
178 
82 
78 
190 


347 
146 
111 

306 
268 
295 
356 
200 




2 

3 




4 




5 


1 


6 




♦ ' 7 




" 8 








Totals 


1,421 


2,029 


1 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



35 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1896. 

ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. — Continued. 



Ward 23. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
O 
7 
8 
9 



Totals 



Ward 25. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5.. 

6 

7 



Totals 



Grand totals, 



Baker, 


Spragde,* 


Dem. 


Rep. 


88 


238 


243 


115 


221 


113 


184 


240 


185 


245 


95 


359 


82 


218 


66 


341 


111 


116 



1,275 



1,985 



155 


304 


81 


379 


65 


282 


212 


85 


196 


185 


141 


236 


195 


160 


1,045 


1,631 


4,751 


8,435 



Scattering. 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 15,956. Votes cast, 13,187. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 82 <6r) per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises the city of Newton and the 
towns of Bellingham, Belmont, Brookline, Dedham, Dover, Fox- 
boro', Franklin, Holliston, Hopedale, Hj^le Park, Medfield, Med- 
way, Milford, Millis, Needham, Norfolk, North Attleboro\ Nor- 
wood, Sharon, Sherborn, Walpole, Watertown, and Wrentham. 



36 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 





Ward 1. 


Day, 
Dem. 


Roberts,* 
Rep. 


Precinct 1 


107 

57 

83 

84 

143 

236 

223 

245 

54 


228 


2 


305 


3 


366 


4 


320 


" 5 


248 


6 


91 


7 


210 


8 


195 


9 


105 






Totals 


1,232 


2,068 









* Elected. 

Registered voters, 4,156. 
Votes cast, 3.300. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 79.40 jjer cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Revere, and 
Winthroj). 



Election Department. 



37 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

SECOND SEiVATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Precinct 1 , 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5 
6. 



Totals, 



Ward 3. 



Hayes,* 


HOLDEN, 


Dem. 


Rep. 


92 


285 


277 


133 


280 


172 


347 


60 


351 


91 


327 


40 



1,624 



781 



Precinct 1 . . . 


Ward 4. 


270 
97 
137 
211 
263 
124 


103 


2 


257 


3 


287 


4 


175 


" o • . . 


64 


6... 




187 








Totals - - - 


1.102 


1,073 









Precinct 1. 
2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6 



Totals, 



Ward 5. 



Grand totals 



93 


278 


245 


174 


317 


55 


143 


145 


273 


134 


178 


145 


1,249 


931 



3,975. 



2,785 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 8,545. 

Votes cast, 6,760. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 79.11 per cent. 



38 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for ScDator, State Election, 1896. 

THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3 
4. 
5-. 
6. 
7. 
8. 



Totals 



Ward 2. 



Bradman, 


Lomasney,"^ 


Rep. 


Deni. 


87 


246 


96 


201 


148 


228 


110 


243 


75 


192 


155 


193 


90 


274 


.109 


311 



870 



1,888 



Precinct 1. 

2, 

3. 
4 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 



Totals 



Ward 6. 



63 
62 
126 
109 
217 
292 
122 
53 



1,044 



212 
224 
210 
185 
152 
80 
209 
230 



1,502 





Ward 8. 






Precinct 1 


80 
249 
428 
189 
163 
253 


396 


2 


346 


3 


87 


4 


356 


5 


372 


6 


342 






Totals 


1,362 


1,899 






Grand totals . 




3,276 


5,289 • 









* Elected. 

Registered voters, 11,758. 

Votes cast, 8,565. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 72.84 per cent. 



Election Department. 



39 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 7. 



Precinct 1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 



Totals. 



QUINN,* 

Dem. 



l,5oo 



SCHEIFTGIESSER, 

Rep. 



187 


179 


175 


159 


247 


189 


116 


214 


391 


61 


419 


92 



894 



Ward 9. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 



Totals. 



Ward 17. 



Precinct 1 . 
" 2. 

S" 

4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 
8. 
9. 



Totals 



Grand totals 



209 
288 
338 
271 
151 
120 
315 



1,692 



232 
247 
117 
152 
222 
274 
251 
272 
160 



1,927 



5,154 



21-^ 
177 
29 
178 
296 
312 



1,294 



225 
208 
103 
54 
95 
180 
182 



1,202 



3,390 



* Elected. 

Reo;istered voters, 11,447. 

Votes cast, 8,544. 

ProiDortion of men registered who voted, 74.64 per cent 



40 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward lO. 


McNamee, 
Dem. 


ToWJLE,* 

Rep. 


Precinct 


1 




124 
133 

62 
44 
33 
42 
64 
86 
46 


209 




^ 




250 




8 




345 




4 




342 




5 




343 




6 




381 




7 




494 




8 . 
9 




374 






293 










Totals 






634 


3 031 











Precinct 


1 


Wai 


•d 


12. 


72 
58 
112 
123 
94 
241 
242 


455 


( < 


*^ 








471 


( ( 


8 








298 


(( 


4 








407 


( ( 


5 








385 


i.i 


6 








290 


i i 


7 








219 














Totals 










912 


2,525 

- 













Precinct 1 . . , . 


Ward 18. 


216 
224 
152 
195 
335 
228 


176 


2 


232 


3 


342 


4 


306 


5 


115 


6 


292 






Totals 


1,350 


1,463 




Grand totals 




2,926 


7,019 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,657. 

Votes cast, 9,945. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 78.57 per cent. 



Election Department. 



41 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 



Totals. 



Precinct 1. 
2. 
3 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 



Totals 



Ward 13. 



Gallivan,* 
])em. 



2,661 



Ward 14. 



355 


140 


365 


38 


237 


125 


154 


203 


151 


217 


168 


217 


209 


158 


215 


208 



1,854 



Rice, 
Rep. 



377 


29 


372 


32 


332 


18 


336 


47 


343 


60 


271 


75 


322 


34 


308 


44 



339 



1,306 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6 
7. 
8. 



Totals 



Ward )5. 



Grand totals 



165 


108 


301 


42 


275 


113 


236 


138 


259 


121 


175 


194 


215 


165 


240 


154 


1,866 


1 ,035 



6,381 



2,680 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 11,410. 

Votes cast, 9,061. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 79.41 per cent. 



42 



City Document No. 9 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

SEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 1(5. 



Precinct 1 

a 2 

S.. 

4 

5 

6. 

7 

Totals 

^Waril 20. 

Precinct 1 

" 2 

3^. 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

Totals 



FOLSOM,* 


King, 


Rep. 


Dem. 


137 


218 


148 


248 


213 


197 


381 


93 


312 


130 


374 


57 


205 


279 



1,765 



2,863 



1,222 



944 



Scattering. 



427 


158 


355 


121 


317 


117 


222 


166 


354 


119 


415 


105 


363 


96 


410 


62 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,708. 

Votes cast, 10,384. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 81.71 per cent. 



Ward 24. 
Precinct 1 


213 
206 
351 
273 
272 
253 
392 
383 
274 


128 
139 

93 
102 

95 
111 
102 
106 

94 




2 




3 




4 




5 

6 


2 


7 




8 

9 








Totals 


2,617 


970 


2 






Grand totals 


7,245 


3,136 


3 







Election Department. 



45 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896, 

EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 



Precinct 



Totals 



COUIG, 


Davis,* 


Dem. 


Rep. 


95 


332 


152 


266 


75 


209 


81 


330 


97 


308 


44 


374 


118 


379 


60 


446 


80 


325 



802 



2,969 



Scattering. 



Precinct 



Ward 22. 



Totals 



151 


382 


256 


152 


213 


126 


137 


327 


159 


291 


61 


317 


68 


358 


152 


214 



1,197 



2,167 



Ward 23. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



Totals 



Grand totals. 



78 


234 


250 


99 


200 


115 


171 


240 


145 


277 


67 


391 


50 


237 


55 


350 


99 


122 


1,115 


2,065 



3,114 



7,201 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 12,623. 
Votes cast, 10,316. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 81.72 per cent. 



44 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1896. 

NINTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 19. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

Totals 





Ward 


11. 


HOLDEN,* 

Rep. 


Sullivan, 
L>em, 


Precinct 1 


314 
271 

306 
367 
305 
297 
375 
309 
. 281 


109 


2 


108 


3 

4 

5 

6 


156 
91 
43 
31 


7 


48 


8 


37 


9 


39 






Totals - - - 


2,825 


662 











146 
136 

89 
144 
163 
170 
142 

97 



1,087 



198 
197 
314 

289 
174 
239 
276 
209 



1,896 



Precinct 1 ... 


Ward 


25. 


312 
392 
302 
82 
192 
243 
171 


161 


2 


69 


3 


54 


4 

" 5 - 


222 
182 


6 . . 






142 


7 






200 






Totals 


1,694 


1,030 




Grand totals 






5,606 


3,588 











* P^lected. 

Registered voters, 11,442; votes cast, 9,194. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 80.35 per cent. 



Election Department. 



45 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 





*. 


e 








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m 


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1 






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P^ 


w 




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*- 


* 


0^ A 


Ward 1. 






1— 1 ►:;; 






►, ^ 
^ O 


a o 










■ 2^ 




52 




t-t. 


•-i 


in 
243 


►^ 


Precinct 1 


276 


53 


62 




2 


332 
410 
363 
318 
133 
237 
238 
136 


23 

42 

39 

■ 97 

189 

]93 

200 

33 


319 
380 
346 
282 
111 
221 
198 
104 


25 




3 


54 




4 


40 




5 


95 




6 


183 




7 


177 




8. , . . 


179 




9 


30 


T( 


)tals 


2,443 


869 


2,204 


845 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



• 

Ward 2. 


M ^ 

!^ ^ s 

S « 0) 

278 
202 
222 
232 
203 
210 
344 
325 


Herbert B. 
HoBBS, Rep. 


di 

1— ( 


* 

a 
W 

•-3 


C 

m 


Precinct 1 


76 
75 

163 
90 
63 

134 
61 
86 


59 
61 

118 
87 
50 

134 
56 
80 


278 
240 
235 
235 
224 
212 
313 
337 




2 




3 

4 

5 


1 


6 




7 




8 








Totals 


2,016 


748 


645 


2,074 


1 







* Elected 



46 



City Document No. 9, 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 







* 








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Ward 3. 


2 « 


p S 


* 

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S o 


M O; 


W <; 


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O A-" 




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o 


Q 


P^ 


m 


Precinct 1 


291 


135 


80 


2 


2 


144 


283 


244 




3 


172 
59 


255 
345 


204 
344 




4 




5 


92 


321 


356 




6-.. 


39 


299 


322 




Totals 


797 


1,638 


1,550 


2 







FOURTH DISTRICT. 









* 


Q 






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tf 








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■^ S 


Ward 4. 


a o ^ 

H 5 C 


2^ 
S9 ^ 




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O O Oi 








Precinct 1 


189 

87 


245 
266 


104 
239 


178 


2 


QQ 


3 


114 
167 


333 

272 


278 
170 


75 


4 


143 


5 


244 


229 


56 


143 


6 


140 


252 


189 


69 






Totals 


941 


1,597 


1,036 


674 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



47 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 







a 


S 


1 




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C 


Q 


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t^ g^ 


Ward 5. 




OS t 












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w 2 




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w 


1-5 


P^ 


Prpoinot 1 


243 

155 

46 


107 
256 
313 


87 
219 
313 


250 


2 


156 


3 


71 


4 


120 


149 


131 


137 


5 


112 


293 


271 


123 


6 


125 


191 


172 


134 


Totals 


801 


1,309 


1,193 


871 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 




48 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast tor Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 









* 






Ward 7. 


< 




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EL J. 
ONEY, 

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a ~ S 


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2 "Z f=^ 




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Sea; 


•^ Si cj 


Iz; -< oi 


B -j oT- 




^cqtf 


Sop^ 


^GC 


KPmO 


2§« 




6 


^ 


C 


o 

t-5 


^ 


Precinct 1 


166 


159 


188 


157 


12 


2 


157 
196 


156 
192 


179 
218 


139 
191 


14 


3 


21 


4 


171 


198 


96 


88 


81 


5 


53 


56 


327 


354 


21 


6.. 


87 


87 


• 360 


411 


10 


Totals 


830 


848 


1,368 


1,340 


159 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 




NINTH DISTRICT. 







* 


*^ 




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bi) 


Ward 9. 


^%& 




^ 5 ^ 




H O 


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Q S • 


02 a c 


hJ c 


N K C:, 


S '^ & 


(D 






H a o 


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;zi W a; 




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I— ( 


>-2 


i-S 


fXH 


I^ 


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Precinct 1 


37 


187 


229 


200 


156 




2 


42 


258 


276 


213 


144 




3 


2 


322 


299 


90 


16 




4 


41 


260 


256 


228 


114 


1 


5 


85 


115 


132 


295 


208 




6 


47 


90 


97 


304 


237 




7 


17 


308 


290 


104 


66 




Totals 


271 


1,540 


1,579 


1,434. 


941 


1 



* Elected. 



Election Depaktment. 



49 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward lO. 



Precinct 1 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

Totals 






188 
257 
325 
318 
314 
340 
456 
338 
270 



2,806 



* 

oc - 

J « r^' 



h^W 



183 
267 
317 
302 
311 
353 
448 
347 
270 



2,798 



CO r^ rv 
« 2 « 

m 

o 



118 

97 
53 
52 
15 
47 
68 
86 
44 



580 



i-s o 

5 !^ '- 

!< << c 



119 
96 
54 
43 
23 
41 
70 
94 
44 



584 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 11. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

Totals . 



CO fq 

i ^ ^ 

K O O) 



279 
225 
268 
389 
314 
296 
375 
324 
263 



2,733 



fd O -If 



85 
45 
50 
32 

9 
14 

9 
14 

6 



264 



'A 
o 

CO 
t-3 



101 
103 
147 
212 
179 
111 
132 
167 
93 



1,245 



!^ H a 

Sop 



68 
72 
121 
34 
16 
12 
10 
8 
21 



362 



1^ H (D 



205 
242 
231 
181 
139 
165 
240 
131 
174 



1,708 



* Elected. 



50 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 12. 


* 

CO 

. CO 


John W. 
Johnson,* 
Rep, 




ONY G. 
ARY, 

m. 




« s ft 

g O a; 

•~5 


iz; s oj 
g^C 

^-5 


K H CI 
< 


Precinct 1 


428 


414 


78 


68 


2 


438 


423 


74 


54 


3 


272 


265 


130 


109 


4 


378 


374 


126 


108 


5 


362 


364 


106 


87 


6 


252 


263 


250 


224 


7 


185 


183 


249 


224 


Totals 


2,315 


2,286 


1,013 


874 







THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 13. 


1 

PS 

1 o 


* 

g < s 

W J a; 


B 
►^ t: s 


1 

=» ^ S 

W s OJ 

5WP 


NTHONY 

Stockman, 
Rep. 


/ 


Ph 


t-5 


§ 


l-7> 


< 


Precinct 1 


24 


259 


138 


309 


21 


2 


27 


274 


237 


203 


22 


3 


12 


218 


151 


223 


13 


4 


24 


260 


158 


225 


26 


5 


39 
43 


268 
209 


158 
108 


282 
253 


36 


6 


39 


7 


19 


194 


231 


180 


19 


8 


30 


247 


191 


193 


31 






Totals 


218 


1,929 


1,372 


1,868 


207 







* Elected. 



Election Depaktment. 



51 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 







1 
• 












Ph p- 


* 


Ward 14. 




p^*. 


fa ./• 


1-5 S ^ 






;^ 5 


^ S 


►, *=> s 

!z; o a; 




t^^ip:; 


5 ^ 


a 5 


£HQ 




^ 


o 


o 


o 




'-n 


t-5 


i-j 


Precinct 1 


144 

58 
158 


377 
365 
218 


115 

36 

114 


332 


2 


352 


3 


222 


4 


187 


145 


165 


156 


" 5 


210 


140 


199 


145 


6 


194 


149 


196 


161 


7 


160 


182 


151 


197 


8 


176 


228 


179 


239 


Totals 


1,287 


1,804 


1,155 


1,804 





FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 15. 


Samuel W. 
Johnson, 
Rep. 


John A. Mc- 
Manus,* 
Dem. 


Robert F. 

Means, 
I. Dem. 


Michael J. 
Reidit,* Dem. 


William F. 
Sears, Rep. 


Precinct 1 


79 
46 
114 
121 
102 
159 
142 
140 


163 
305 
213 
205 
262 
151 
181 
212 


28 
18 
30 
58 
49 
90 
100 
37 


151 
307 
244 
205 
248 
162 
194 
230 


86 


2 


40 


3 


119 


4 


111 


5 


94 


6 


141 


<' 7 


114 


8 


126 






Totals 


903 


1,692 


410 


1,741 


831 







* Elected. 



52 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 





d, 


S 










05 


« 


^ 


Cu 








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< 


<D 






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B 


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Ward 16. 




^ ^ 


O 


^* 






2 < 


M O 


«s 


S§ 


O) 




O J 


iz; oj 


w ^ 


i^ 


, 




SQ 


KQ 


s5 


o3 




o 


H 


Hs 


<! 


m 


Precinct 1 


220 
175 
233 


210 
233 
182 


160 
261 
219 


109 
110 
172 




2 




3 




4 


340 
279 


101 
118 


119 
168 


342 
270 




" 5 




6 


359 
179 


36 
299 

1,179 


62 
297 


365 
181 


1 


7 








Totals 


1,785 


1,286 


1,549 


1 







SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 







d, 


S 








P5 


G 
* 


S 


Ward 17. 


Jz; 




O C4 






^ < o 


^ -^ 


s ® 


^ ^ 




aM:c 


<! CQ 




S^ 




»-5 


O 


O 


o 


Precinct 1 


87 

84 

223 

212 

111 

45 


82 
73 
206 
223 
96 
56 


236 
275 
110 
128 
215 
265 


223 


2 ,, . 


232 


3 


101 


4 


150 


5 


221 


6 


265 


7 


104 
185 
177 


101 
185 
181 


219 
257 
124 


267 


8 


285 


9 


161 






Totals 


1,228 


1,203 


1,829 


1,905 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



53 



Votes cast for Representatives, State JElection, 1896. 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 18. 


Terrance 
Adams, Rep. 


John S. 

Coombs, Rep. 


a 

* 

iJ Hi 

s ^ 

<^ 
ft 


S 
* 


Precinct 1 


167 
213 
301 

270 

97 

290 


150 
207 
295 

245 

87 

259 


202 
232 
144 
190 
381 
234 


267 


2 


248 


3 


178 


4 


258 


5 


358 


6 


232 






Totals 


1,338 


1,243 


1,383 


1,541 





NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 





*^ 








! 




o 


S 


p 




1 




^ 


<D 




^ 




H 


a; 


r^ 


tj 


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Ward 19. 




P 
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CO ^ 


. 1—1 












2§ 








1-2 


o 


r 






Precinct 1 


182 

159 


186 
168 


101 
100 


110 
84 


102 


2 


126 


3 


325 


303 


131 


39 


39 


" 4 


243 


261 


150 


85 


81 


5 


159 


168 


103 


116 


115 


6 


140 


186 


180 


140 


141 


7 


260 


229 


114 


80 


92 


8 


231 


166 


97 


69 


63 






Totals 


1,699 


1,667 


976 


723 


759 







* Elected. 



54 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Electiou, 1896. 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 







^ 










;zi 




p4 






o 


. 


0) 




I 1 f^ 


Q 


a 


« 


Ward 20. 


^ X <^ 
-< ^ w 

S ^ fi 


15 
o 
o 


ILLIAM J. 

Power, De 


seph I. 
Stewart,* 




H 


^ 


^ 


►-5 


Precinct 1 


372 
329 
286 
164 
319 
385 
340 


165 
126 
126 
199 
116 
86 
81 


174 
133 

126 

185 

176 

93 

95 


364 


" 2 


310 


3 


255 


4, 


166 


5 


300 


6 


420 


7 


325 


8 


389 


60 


63 


345 






Totals 


2,584 


959 


1,045 


2,485 





TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 



Precinct 1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 
9 



Totals , 



s 


*^ 




a> 


w 


s 


Q 


►-5 


a> 




^ 


G 


< 


hg 


Pg 


P K 


Q f^ 


hJ < 


S P^ . 


J PS 


9 ^ 


<1 a 


s -j; 


h a 


ffi ^ a; 


^ a 


%< 


o<t1p^ 




^ 


!^ 


P 


99 


296 


91 


149 


263 


143 


83 


195 


85 


92 


300 


94 


108 


287 


95 


66 


330 


41 


144 


336 


134 


77 


407 


56 


79 


299 


79 


897 


2,713 


818 






&3 



"1 J 



ZCl 



290 
231 
175 
274 
262 
335 
310 
425 
278 



2,580 



* Elected. 



Election Depaktment. 



55 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 





* 














« sT 


* 






Ward 22. 




STOPHE 
HOURI 

m. 




F. 

LLIVAN 

m. 


.5 




^ 


M . <D 


K <1 oj 


^ p OJ 


+3 




O 


«0Q 


S^P^ 


WcoP 
o 


03 




1-3 


O 


<1 


i-s 


CO 


Prefirip.t, 1 


326 


129 


334 


195 






li 


174 


261 


123 


219 






3 


114 


183 


98 


243 






4 


281 


118 


296 


150 


1 




5 


262 


144 


253 


158 






6 


279 


44 


298 


70 






7 


302 


58 


355 


71 






8 


175 


135 


185 


182 










T 


otals 


1,913 


1,072 


1,942 


1,288 


1 







TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 



Ward 23. 


n 


lM J. 
TARD, 








:5 H a 


35 B 


f=^ ^ S 






^ c» a> 


H a oj 


K^ W a> 


B g ST 




^HP^ 


d^P 


gl^P 


|p3p^ 




Pm 


^ 


O 


hJ 


Precinof 1 


197 

85 


112 
253 


79 

227 


215 




2 


93 




3 , 


93 


256 


199 


98 




4 


219 


186 


164 


219 




5 


249 


159 


154 


250 




6 


336 


72 


98 


356 




7 


216 


48 


66 


222 




8 


304 
96 


47 
94 


89 
119 


340 




9 


122 








Totals .-... 


1,795 


1,227 


1,195 


1,915 



* Elected. 



56 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1896. 

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 





h4 
. * 






^ 






W H 
_ H 


W 


. Ph" 


^ c 


, 




^ H 


fe 


^ o 


>^ 


bD 


Ward 24. 




pi iJ • 


tH HI ^• 

O H C 


J ij s 


C 




-I) -J) 0) 


t^ -J) O 


i^ O O' 


^^.P 






t-s 


K 


C 


o 


cc 


Prftoinct 1 


166 
199 
322 
258 
307 


205 
208 
341 
257 
294 


132 
141 

77 

117 

65 


121 

124 
81 

100 
66 




2 




3 




4 




5 


1 


6 


249 


224 


99 


118 




7 


• 389 


373 


95 


99 




8 


374 
307 


333 

262 


129 

78 


97 

86 




9 




Totals 


2,571 


2,497 


933 


892 


1 







TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 









^ 












!? 












O 

5 


&3 






* 


'■4 ^ 
o o 


-< 


Kg 


6* 


Ward 25. 


^ pf 


tf S 




K H . 


C 






S ^ p- 


^ s 




QJ 




1— ( 




Sz; o 






<i 


P^ 


•-s 


o 


cc 


Precinct 1 


299 

294 


287 
362 


148 
134 


137 

68 


1 


2 


1 


3 


245 


278 


123 


52 




" 4 


115 


77 


233 


158 




" 5 


170 


165 


202 


183 




- 6 


167 
137 


238 
143 


177 
172 


140 

22u 




7 








Totals 


1,427 


1,550 


1,189 


958 


2 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



D( 



Votes cast for Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court, State 

Election, 1896. 

SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



AVarcls. 


Noble.* 


Scattering. 


Wards. 


Noble,* 


Scattering. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

lO 

11 

12 


2,580 
2,018 
1,787 
1,550 
1,612 
1,748 
1,719 
2,225 
2,112 
2,880 
2,903 
2,712 
1,957 
2,472 




15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 


2,269 
2,408 
2,434 
2,096 
2,205 
3,208 
3,210 
2,749 
2,544 
2,937 
2,073 


2 
1 






13 

14 


Totals 


58,408 


O 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 96,746. 
Votes cast, 58,411. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 60.38 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Revere, and 
Winthrop. 

Votes cast for Clerk of Superior Court, Civil Session, State 

Election, 1896. 



SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



TTards. 



WiLLARD.* 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

lO 

11 

12 

13 

14 



2,567 
2,026 
1,779 
1,557 
1,647 
1,786 
1,557 
2,146 
2,148 
2,968 
3,011 
2,809 
1,961 
2,478 



Scattering. 



Wards. 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



Totals. 



WiLLARD.* 



2,252 
2,460 
2,464 
2,142 
2,212 
3.278 
3,287 
2,774 
2 612 
2,961 
2,153 



Scattering. 



59,035 



3 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 96,746. 
Votes cast, 59,038. 

Proportion of men regi.stered who voted, 61.02 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Revere, and 
Winthrop. 



58 



City Docu3ient ^o. 9. 



Totes cast for Clerk of Superior Court, Criminal 
Session, State Election, 1896. 

SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


Manning.* 


Scattering. 


Wards. 


Manning.* 


Scattering. 


1 ... .. 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

lO 

11 

12 


2,530 

2,027 

1,799 

1,539 

1,659 

1,760 

1,719 

2,126 

2,193 

2,909 

2,978 ■ 

2,796 

2,104 

2,533 


1 
1 


15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 


2,323 

2,484 
2,634 
2,232 
2,420 
3,271 
3,290 
2,803 
2,591 
2,915 
2,162 


. 1 


13 

14........ 


Totals.... 


59,797 


3 



* Elected . 



Registered voters, 96,746. 
Votes cast, 59,800. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 61.81 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Revere, and 
Winthrop. 



Election Department. 



59 



Votes cast for or ag'ainst the proposed Aniendinents to the 

Constitution. 

First Article of Amendment : Shall the proposed amendment to the con- 
stitution establishing biennial elections of State officers be approved and 
ratified? 



Wards. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

lO 

11 

12 

13 

14 



Yes. 


No. 


971 


1,597 


505 


1,645 


509 


1,470 


526 


1,131 


524 


1,224 


466 


1,562 


595 


1,354 


726 


1,676 


709 


1,775 


1,661 


1,299 


1,971 


970 


1,385 


1,438 


321 


2,032 


700 


1,854 



Wards. 



15 

16 

17 

18...... 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



Yes. 



614 

1,021 

773 

763 

631 

1,592 

1,735 

1,129 

1,139 

1,250 

935 



23,151 



N'o. 



1,814 
1,439 
1,779 
1,531 
1,854 
1,642 
1,585 
1,727 
1,462 
1,760 
1,249 



38,869 



Registered voters, 96,746. Votes cast, 62,020. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 64.11 per cent. 



Second Article of Amendment : Shall the proposed amendment to the 
constitution establishing biennial elections of members of the General Court 
be approved and ratified? 



Wards. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 



Yes. 


No. 


927 


1,547 


403 


1,637 


453 


1,447 


474 


1,102 


454 


1,201 


428 


1,478 


] 461 


1,322 


1 663 


l,9ul 


620 


1,753 


1 1,585 


1,268 


1,886 


995 


1,278 


1,418 


282 


1.968 


630 


1,818 



Wards. 



15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



Yes. 



587 

909 

702 

688 

572 

1,470 

1,631 

1,035 

1,070 

1,136 

878 




No. 



1,745 
1,415 
1,735 
1,497 
1,778 
1,631 
1,579 
1,708 
1,440 
1,657 
1,217 



38,257 



Registeredlvoters, 96,746. Votes cast, 59,479. 
Proportion of^men registered who voted, 61.48 per cent. 



60 



City Document N^o. 9^ 



Number of Men reg-istered who Voted 

(AS PER WARD OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LIST) AT STATE ELECTION, 1896. 



AVards. 



1. 

3 . 

4 . 

5 . 
6. 

7 .. 

8 .. 
9.. 

10.. 

11 .. 

12 .. 
13.. 
14.. 
15.. 
16.. 
17.. 
18. 
19.. 
20.. 

21 .. 

22 .. 
23.. 
24.. 
25.. 



PRECIIVCTS. Number 
of names 

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.1 8. 9.^'^^'^' 



387 

433 

419 

451 

430 

372 

446 

576 

552 

430 

484 

598 

476 

582 

330 

437 

421 

500 

437 

649 

494 

612 



397 514 

362 462 

459 435 

405 477 

478 448 



418 

408 

720 

592 

458 

495 

570 

491 

485 

421 

480 

397 

571 

434 

$40 

484 

527 



3501 419 



403 
543 



437 
515 



492 

528 

571 

464 

454 

527 

476 

398 

409 

463 

479 

389 

610 

510 

477 

325 

413 

418 

496 

395 



453 

416 

462 

464 

332 

439 

460 

647 

559 

431 

517 

604 

445 

397 

418 

536 

431 

616 

520 

476 

462 

654 

488 

436 

383 



478 412 



346 

508 

408 

493 

502 

525 

642 

549 

433 

373 

573 

470 

437 

460 

499 

393 

598 

411 

538 

460 

531 

500 

433 

430 



426 

417 

386 

400 

423 

605 

715 

504 

475 

347 

628 

410 

436 

420 

477 

393 

634 

490 

574 

456 

403 

508 

419 

444 



515| 530 
473: 523 



497 



186 



405 



521 

607 
445 
533 
440 
433 
445 
579 
423 



517 
366 



340 



442 
495 
450 

557 



483 
552 
560 
471 
321 
564 
445 



411 
524 
566 
438 
443 
568 



397 



464 

264 
437 



Totals 



3,872 

3,441 

2,700 

2,591 

2,581 

3,548 

2,972 

3,871 

3,741 

4,173 

3,894 

3,982 

3,572 

3,674 

3,407 

3,487 

3,801 

3,529 

3,696 

4,330 

4,271 

3,949 

3,711 

4,193 

3,155 



90,141 



Numbei- 
refjis- 
tered. 



4,156 

3,733 

2,923 

2,788 

2,834 

3,827 

3,304 

4,198 

4,036 

4,526 

4,115 

4,314 

3,848 

3,939 

3,623 

3,699 

4,107 

3,817 

3,994 

4,574 

4,486 

4,221 

3,916 

4,435 

3,333 



96,746 



Per cent, 
regis- 
tered 
who 
voted. 



93.17 

92.18 

92.37 

92.93 

91.07 

92.71 

89.95 

92.21 

92.77 

92.20 

94.63 

92.30 

92.83 

93.27 

94.04 

94.27 

92.55 

92.45 

92.54 

94.67 

95.21 

93.66 

94.77 

94.54 

94.66 



Average per cent, of men registered who voted, 93.17. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 
1896. 



62 



City Document No. y. 



Assessed Polls, Municipal Election, 1896. 



• 








PRECINCTS. 




. 






















Totals. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 

804 


7. 


8. 


9. 

336 




1 ... 


624 


590 


762 


676 


777 


829 


774 


6,172 


2 ... 


845 


702 


878 


678 


709 


745 


849 


1,004 


1 


6,410 


3 ... 


621 
695 
696 

925 


699 
646 
680 
933 


621 

708 

854 

1,056 


777 

710 

572 

1,044 


763 

724 

898 

1,165 


653 
732 

729 
705 








4,134 
4,215 
4,429 
8,081 


4 ... 








5 ... 








6 ... 


1,309 


944 


1 


7 ... 


838 


953 


1,091 


1,168 


985 


1,076 








6,111 
8,070 
8,309 


8 ... 


1,250 


1,773 


1,112 


1,266 


1,287 


1,382 








9 . . 


1,297 


1,481 


1,201 


1,262 


1,168 


949 


951 




. . . 


10 ... 


938 


956 


856 


727 


761 


726 


896 


851 


576 


7,287 


11 .. 


869 


999 


886 


780 


489 


477 


576 


461 


463 


6,000 


12 ... 


901 
1,140 


783 
1,174 


822 
1,072 


992 
937 


953 

952 


1,147 

800 


876 
854 






6,474 


13 ... 


927 


. • • . 


7,856 


14 ... 


1,075 


802 


580 


541 


654 


691 


697 


806 


. . . . 


5,846 


15 .. 


607 


757 


695 


635 


627 


590 


701 


699 





5,311 


16 ... 


700 
910 


784 
649 


679 
555 


786 
649 


759 
597 


592 
735 


823 
710 






5,123 


17 ... 


892 


556 


6,253 


18 ... 


977 


1,305 


1,333 


1,256 


1,232 


1,169 








7,272 


19 ... 


802 


1,015 


942 


944 


742 


799 


719 


707 


.... 


6,670 


20 ... 


963 


771 


752 


812 


766 


783 


805 


762 


... . 


6,414 


21 ... 


814 


710 


476 


661 


751 


611 


777 


781 


685 


6,266 


22 ... 


904 


962 


716 


876 


950 


592 


693 


750 





6,443 


23 ... 


490 


652 


685 


764 


771 


714 


418 


574 


385 


5,453 


24 ..., 


710 


635 


736 


595 


620 


617 


786 


955 


685 


6,339 


25 ... 


694 


782 


559 


939 


588 


664 


738 






4,964 











Total . 


















155,902 

























Election Department. 



63 



Keg-istered Voters (Men) at Municipal Election, 1896. 



Wards. 



1 ... 

2 ... 

3 ... 

4 ... 

5 ... 

6 ... 

7 ... 

8 .. 

9 ... 

10 . . . 

11 ... 

12 ... 

13 . . . 

14 . . . 

15 . . . 

16 . . . 

17 ... 

18 ... 

19 . . . 

20 . . . 

21 .... 

22 ... , 

23 . . 

24 ... , 

25 ... . 
Total , 



PRECiafCTS. 



1. 



409 
457 
437 
474 
456 
406 
495 
616 
582 
482 
519 
632 
514 
620 
352 
471 
462 
534 
462 
684 
524 
646 
360 
436 
574 



2. 



424 
393 
492 
442 
511 
441 
448 
789 
654 
495 
549 
603 
525 
536 
456 
513 
419 
613 
478 
572 
507 
567 
450 
459 
541 



3. 



545 
495 
458 
500 
497 
520 
586 
611 
498 
482 
561 
516 
432 
442 
470 
513 
414 
643 
555 
511 
344 
456 
455 
535 
402 



4. 



472 
456 
520 
487 
363 
479 
529 
691 
611 
455 
540 
656 
467 
406 
448 
564 
456 
679 
567 
508 
478 
589 
514 
455 
411 



5. 



519 
368 
536 
450 
545 
540 
566 
694 
597 
465 
381 
620 
506 
457 
483 
522 
423 
647 
435 
568 
484 
574 
530 
454 
447 



6. 



434 
451 
448 
389 
445 
450 
672 
765 
531 
501 
352 
687 
433 
468 
436 
492 
436 
682 
527 
593 
464 
424 
536 
439 
465 



7. 



550 
518 



534 



553 
633 
456 
569 
471 
474 
481 
605 
454 



8. 

566 

577 



438 



9. 



199 



553 
374 



486 
532 
485 



521 
581 
588 
495 
329 
592 
476 



598 



438 
546 
596 
451 
456 
593 



383 
350 



432 



478 

274 
467 



Totals. 



OD 0" 



4,118 

3,715 

2,891 

2,742 

2,817 

3,808 

3,296 

4,166 

4,026 

4,449 

4,082 

4,283 

3,834 

3,935 

3,611 

3,680 

4,094 

3,798 

3,983 

4,563 

4,463 

4,202 

3,904 

4,430 

3,316 



96,206 






66.72 

57.96 

69.93 

65.05 

63.60 

47.12 

53.94 

51.62 

48.45 

61.05 

68.03 

66.16 

48.80 

67.31 

67.99 

71.83 

65.47 

52.23 

59.72 

71.14 

71.23 

65.22 

71.59 

69.88 

66.80 



Average per cent, of men assessed who registered, 61.71. 



64 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1896, 



Wards. 


* 


* 


* 

o ^ 
o 


Colby,* 
Rep. 


Dean,* 
Dem. 


William F. 
Donovan,* 
Dem. 


William J. 
Donovan,* \ 
Dem. 


1 ... 


1,091 


l,664i 


1,697 


1,719 


1,059 


1,088 


1,681 


2 . . . 


1,803 


693 


683 


674 


1,819 


1,885 


2,133 


3... 


1,160 


672 


704 


677 


1,223 


1,229 


1,221 


4 ... 


951 


893 


907 


894 


995 


974 


978 


5 . . . 


1,073 


734' 


769 


743 


1,107 


1,102 


1,125 


6... 


1,345 


1,011 


857 


797 


1,449 


1,556 


1,552 


7 ... 


1,128 


800 


806 


831 


1,172 


1,175 


1,131 


8 ... 


1,012 


1,163 


1,097 


1,085 


1,716 


1,817 


1,711 


9... 


1,539 


1,096 


1,079 


1,030 


1,362 


1,331 


1,358 


lO... 


642 


1,989 


2,036 


2,020 


657 


523 


513 


11 ... 


943 


1,641 


1,896 


1,863 


821 


682 


599 


12... 


987 


1,671 


1,695 


1,749 


1,015 


940 


926 


13... 


1,696 


384 


428 


387 


2,256 


1,930 


1,914 


14 ... 


1,461 


1,016 


1,163 


1,059 


1,902 


1,524 


1,483 


15. 


1,213 


858 


973 


882 


1,732 


1,303 


1,290 


16... 


1,022 


1,450 


1,573 


1,450 


1,234 


1,088 


1,053 


17 ... 


1,656 


1,147 


1,206 


1,161 


1,749 


1,729 


1,731 


18... 


1,260 


1,112 


1,139 


1,074 


1,328 


1,276 


1,279 


19... 


1,805 


869 


866 


845 


1,818 


1,839 


1*821 


20... 


1,049 


1,977 


2,304 


2,055 


1,141 


980 


1,004 


21 ... 


875 


2,048 


2,095 


2,088 


924 


802 


777 


22 ... 


1,278 


1,602 


1,700 


1,652 


1,250 


1,136 


1,117 


23... 


i 1,287 


1,496 


1,646 


1,584 


. 1,199 


1,123 


1,094 


24... 


1,036 


1,974 


2,446 


1,997 


1,076 


987 


965 


25... 


1,026 


1,312 


1,377 


1,357 


1,082 


1,001 


995 


Totals 


30,338 

1 


31,262 


33,142 


31,673 


33,086 


31,020 


31,451 



* IClected. 



Election Department. 



65 



Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1896. 



* 

P 









1,585 
710 
741 
927 
777 
862 
902 
1,082 
1,122 
2,054 
1,708 
1,719 
455 
1,174 
935 
1,529 
1,265 
1,133 
978 
2,078 
2,124 
1,683 
1,632 
2,043 
1,483 



32,701 



973 
1,680 
1,105 
915 
1,030 
1,275 
1,025 
1,646 
1,213 
609 
914 
975 
1,505 
1,266 
1,049 
1,016 
1,592 
1,291 
1,764 
1,037 
893 
1,370 
1,273 
1,018 
1,503 



29,937 









1,592 
639 
645 
858 
707 
761 
776 
1,015 
984 
1,913 
1,531 
1,603 
381 
1,033 
872 
1,641 
1,179 
1,059 
791 
2,012 
2,026 
1,580 
1,482 
1,979 
1,244 
30,303 



966 
1,794 
1,291 
1,059 
1,140 
1,485 
1,141 
1,671 
1,297 
453 
498 
893 
1,891 
1,435 
1,253 
991 
1,691 
1,290 
1,811 
916 
713 
1,116 
1,083 
948 
947 



29,773 





< 
o c 






950 
1,737 
1,140 

896 
1,007 
1,380 
1,164 
1,575 
1,254 

460 

535 

876 
1,866 
1,439 
1,298 
1,089 
1,696 
1,256 
1,813 
1,237 

761 
1,104 
1,097 
1,092 

935 



29,657 



1,642 

673 

708 

911 

769 

792 

862 

1,079 

1,172 

2,015 

1, 
1,706 
1,269 
1,951 
1,799 
1,657 
1,210 
1,096 
857 
2,085 
2,063 
1,660 
1,564 
2,039 
1,318 



o . 

W ft 



be 






1,796 

922 
1,276 
1,249 
1.233 
1,234 

967 
1,298 
1,253 
2,074 
1,788 
1,786 

868 
1,311 
1,223 
1,545 
1,351 
1,187 

967 
2,113 
2,184 
1,763 
1,663 
2,098 
1,454 



34,583' 36,603 



29 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

.22 

.23 

.24 

.25 



Totals. 



* Elected. 



66 



City DocUxMent No. 9. 



Totes cast for Members of Coniinoii Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 









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a ^ 
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Precinct 1 


214 


219 


64 


71 


52 


213 


" 2 


260 


253 


26 


30 


31 


255 


3 


324 


312 


48 


54 


47 


317 


4 


271 


267 


32 


40 


37 


276 


5 


223 


228 


100 


100 


94 


222 


6 


94 


100 


197 


201 


202 


97 


7 


187 


202 


203 


199 


186 


194 


8 


173 


238 


170 


223 


168 


183 


'• 9 


107 


112 


35 


39 


36 

853 


106 


Totals 


1,853 


1,931 


875 


957 


1,863 






— ~ 




— - 







Ward 2. 


£ 

a 
<' 

a o 
go 


S 

/-\ 

«* i-i 

So 


£ 
* 

K O 
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Joseph G. 
Jordan, Rep. 


6 ^ 
^w 

2 a" 
Pi tf 
a o 
ft o 
a 5; 

51 
62 

107 
78 
48 

102 

42 

74 


Albert R. 

Stedfast, Rep. 


Pre( 


3inct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


299 
200 
245 
248 
211 
239 
312 
338 


279 
204 
214 
233 
206 
194 
287 
327 

1,944 


293 
197 
218 
230 
193 
201 
289 
348 


72 
74 

132 
83 
59 

115 
49 
85 


61 

58 

113 

84 

87 
115 

72 
85 


Totals 


2,092 


1,969 


669 


564 


675 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



67 



Votes cast for Members of Coininoii Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 











*. 








Ward 3. 


RY B. 

ARROLL,* 

em. 


LI AM H. 
A8EY, 

ep. 


o 

H 


N J. 

Oallaghan 
em. 


CO 

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W ^ a. 


N I. 
OLAND,* 

em. 


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Precinct 1 


63 


227 


224 


68 


236 


60 


1 


2 


227 


123 


126 


218 


130 


212 




3 


189 


131 


135 


178 


139 


182 




4 


293 


62 


62 


272 


92 


280 




5 


286 


78 


68 


293 


69 


304 




6 


288 


50 


34 


282 


30 


287 




Totals . . 


1,346 


671 


649 


1,311 


696 


1,325 


1 



Ward 4. 


John W. 

DoNOHUE,* 

Dem. 


Frank W. 
Easterbrook, 
Rep. 


William E. 
Mahonby,* 
Dem. 


Charles 0. 

Shute, 
Rep. 


Joseph A. 

TuRNBULL,* 

Dem. 


Henry W. 
Woodbury, 
Rep. 


Precinct 1 .... 

2 .... 

3 ... 

4 .... 

5 .... 

6 .... 


227 
74 
104 
196 
268 
105 


103 
215 
250 
169 
69 
165 


218 
77 
108 
185 
294 
130 


102 

228 
267 
157 
54 
137 


218 

78 

114 

190 

288 
110 


116 

217 
252 
179 
52 
137 


Totals 


974 


971 


1,012 


945 


998 


953 



* Elected, 



QS 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of Coinmon Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 





. H 


* 

w 


* 


6 a" 


H 


* 


Ward 5. 


tH J l' 


James J. 
Broc 
Dem 


Dennis J 
Falv 
Dem 


William 
Grac 
Rep. 


Orison 

LiTT] 

Rep. 


William 
Mill 
Dem 


Precinct 1 


224 


73 


71 


227 


229 


83 


2 


134 


212 


216 


154 


139 


244 


3 


42 


305 


273 


40 


45 


300 


4 


99 


144 


139 


96 


99 


149 


5 


110 


230 


270 


111 


113 


279 


6 


99 


171 


188 


101 


104 


186 


Totals 


708 


1,135 


1,157 


729 


729 


1,241 























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Precinct 1 


194 


25 


24 


105 


162 


161 


27 


28 


2.... 


137 


16 


32 


138 


159 


183 


50 


35 


3.... 


177 


41 


88 


125 


159 


172 


84 


68 


4.... 


214 


31 


79 


62 


103 


127 


70 


72 


5.... 


108 


25 


150 


94 


100 


114 


195 


140 


6.... 


84 


42 


165 


6 


64 


65 


190 


217 


7.... 


107 


17 


75 


135 


168 


125 


154 


79 


8 ... 


122 


15 


13 


208 


229 


134 


22 


16 


Totals 


1,143 


i 

212 


626 


873 


1,144 


1,081 


792 


655 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



69 



Totes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 












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Precinct 1 


145 


150 


140. 


106 


170 


137 


2 


119 
152 


123 
156 


132 
165 


159 
171 


123 

157 


138 


3 


169 


4, 


184 
60 
91 


175 
54 
99 


99 

298 
281 


99 
292 

297 


188 

70 

108 


85 


5 


296 


'• o 


335 






Totals 


751 


757 


1,115 


1,124 


816 


1,160 











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10 


73 


11 


75 


355 


347 


324 


37 




i 




2 


37 


201 


48 


175 


167 


299 


271 


242 


45 


1 


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67 


306 


98 


257 


186 


82 


70 


44 


14 




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4 


31 


153 


30 


159 


146 


304 


296 


246 


34 




( 




5 


19 


124 


19 


131 


135 


359 


344 


312 


69 


1 


( ( 


6 


53 


128 


16 

222 


145 

942 


128 
847 


335 


332 


295 


41 
240 




Totals 




217 


985 


1,734 


1,660 


1,463 


2 









* Elected. 



70 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 



Ward 9. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3 
4 

o. 
6 

7. 



Totals 





_ 

o 




■ 

55 . 


* . 






* 


^1 a; 

op- 




>* 






2 ^ 

« o 


ILLIAM 

Curtis 


s * 

2 ^ 


AURICE 

McCar' 
Dera. 


PS o 


^ 


194 


^ 


S 


S 


s 


174 


163 


171 


163 


155 


168 


241 


168 


219 


234 


157 


43 


291 


46 


267 


280 


36 


136 


221 


144 


222 


241 


130 


239 


100 


235 


100 


96 


231 


248 


82 


245 


88 


90 


244 


84 


249 


57 


319 


293 


82 


1,092 


1,378 


1,058 


1,386 


1,397 


1,035 



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Ph 






P^ 




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Ward 10. 


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S < 


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PS W 
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Precinct 1 


177 


133 


172 


153 


2 


214 


93 


213 


206 


3 


272 


58 


245 


257 


4 


248 
221 


46 
36 


231 
212 


245 


5 


227 


6 


274 


50 


275 


281 


7 


309 


56 


290 


303 


8 


259 
203 


71 
43 


259 
198 


267 


9 


195 






Totals 


2,177 


586 


2,095 


2,134 





* Elected, 



Election Department. 



71 



Votes cast for Members of Cominoii Council, Mviiiicipal 

Election, 1890. 



Ward 11. 


ft 
* 

w i 


1 


. * 

CO W 




ICHARD D. 1 

Ware, Dem. | 




bJ3 
c 

(-, 

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a 




1 
229 


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o 


O 


« 


s 




W 


Precinct 1 


79 


228 


218 


100 


82 






2.... 


158 


142 


166 


153 


114 


113 




3 


220 


130 


230 


225 


142 


123 


2 


4 


239 


90 


236 


219 


162 


75 




5 


212 


28 


187 


184 


98 


21 




6 


198 


16 


184 


184 


51 


11 




7 


253 


16 


234 


252 


75 


16 




8 


194 


19 


174 


176 


94 


14 




9 


177 


22 


170 


171 


56 


18 




Totals 


1,880 


542 


1,809 


1,782 


892 


473 


2 




a 










1 
p. 






Ward 12. 


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go 


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67 


299 


304 


6( 






69 


309 


2 


49 


321 


325 


6^ 






52 


330 


3 


122 


208 


206 


11^ 






LIO 


210 


4 


113 


283 


280 


lOi 






L14 


288 


5 


98 


252 


247 


91 






102 


253 


6 


255 


194 


194 


25: 




c 


M9 


198 


7 


227 


137 


13; 


5 


22' 


•d 


( 


^02 


146 


Totals 


931 


1,694 


1,68{ 


) 


909 


898 


1,734 






^ 


El 


ected. 

















72 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 



Ward 13. 


Axel Anderson, 
Kep. 


Hugh W. Bres- 
nahan,* Dem. 


S 


W 

o 


E 
a» 

C 

* 

o c 

S^ 

Ph 

271 
327 
257 
254 

256 
210 
270 
245 


Stefan Ple- 
HowiEz, Rep. 


Free 


iinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

' 8 


33 
35 
25 
40 

58 
61 
37 

38 


283 
291 
248 
256 
264 
212 
291 
277 


304 
282 
262 
279 
285 
214 
249 
250 


34 

28 
28 
42 
51 
64 
39 
41 


33 

29 
24 
39 
55 
58 
33 
39 


Totals 


327 


2,122 


2,125 


327 


2,090 


310 



Ward 14. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 
8. 

Totals . . 



d 




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s 


S 
o 


IT- 


QJ 


• 


ly 


a> 


Q 


K a 


Joseph W. 
Bateman, K 


O 


12; 
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O 

•-5 




a 




146 


135 


297 


317 


309 


131 


40 


33 


324 


356 


341 


32 


132 


111 


205 


213 


202 


122 


' 189 


177 


128 


131 


123 


189 


180 


181 


130 


129 


130 


196 


206 


203 


154 


140 


124 


219 


146 


142 


169 


176 


174 


150 


175 


171 


227 


186 


186 


189 


1,214 


1,153 


1,634 


1,648 


1,589 


1,228 



be 



cc 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



73 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 





, 








, 








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S 


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12 


120 


79 


85 


83 


123 


138 


2.. 


12 


219 


59 


66 


67 


216 


246 


3. . 


42 


179 


115 


117 


134 


194 


189 


4.. 


40 


146 


111 


119 


152 


163 


149 


5.. 


16 


191 


115 


129 


113 


193 


206 


6.. 


33 


123 


174 


180 


153 


126 


139 


7... 


24 


115 


150 


229 


144 


138 


132 


8.. 


23 


129 


166 


176 


124 


158 


163 


Totals 


202 


1,222 


969 


1,101 


970 


1,311 


1,362 









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d. 


'£ 






o 




• Z 


S 


a 

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Ward 


16. 


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P 










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% 


X 


H b 


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05 " 


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go 


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o 


f^ 


« 


137 


a^ 


<^ 


Precinct 


1.. 


135 


174 


149 


156 


152 


23 




2.. 


125 


160 


241 


224 


222 


117 


6 




3.. 


170 


215 


180 


174 


184 


170 


7 




4.. 


300 


289 


79 


74 


125 


309 


9 




.5.. 


252 


240 


105 


97 


126 


256 


9 




6.. 


303 


291 


35 


29 


65 


312 


10 




7.. 


164 


157 


205 


194 


289 


183 


14 


Totals .... 


1,449 


1,526 


994 


929 


1,167 


1,499 


78 



* Elected. 



74 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of (Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 







a 




d, 






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Ol 








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76 


227 


o 
55 


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' 2 . . . . 


26 


218 


67 




3 .... 


13 


88 


160 




4 . . . . 


10 


131 


152 




5.... 


12 


178 


102 




6.... 


19 


214 


50 




7 .... 


11 


200 


126 




8 .... 


13 


217 


159 




9.... 


10 


115 


177 


T 


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1 190 


1,588 


1,048 







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a; 




Q ■ 




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194 


57 


4 


215 


65 


6 


66 


172 


9 


119 


157 


13 


184 


88 


6 


266 


39 


3 


197 


79 


6 


216 


159 


10 


133 


133 


12 


1,590 


949 


69 



*. £ 


S 


2 




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W 


Q 


H 


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H 


168 


18 


12 


68 


199 


12 


24 


67 


77 


6 


15 


172 


126 


10 


26 


155 


173 


26 


26 


84 


212 


26 


13 


40 


187 


34 


29 


87 


207 


29 


22 


162 


102 


20 


54 
221 


142 


1,451 


181 






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Ed 
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a 
H 

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13 
28 
23 
14 
4 
3 
19 
18 

















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< 






B 

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o 

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1-3 


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H 






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o 


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1-5 


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1-5 






a 


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130 


127 


231 


216 


182 


107 


57 


2 


149 
240 
194 
77 
213 


162 
246 
212 
74 
227 


219 
141 
176 
268 
186 


228 
139 
183 
315 
198 


191 
119 
174 
312 
205 


136 
240 
196 
73 
200 


39 


3 


28 


4 


41 


5 


69 


6 


61 






Totals 


1,003 


1,048 


1,221 


1,279 


1,183 


952 


295 



* Elected, 



Election Department. 



75 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 







S a 




d, 




jzT 




S 




Wai 


•d 19. 






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Pi 




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o 


»-s 


1-^ 


I-Zl 


118 


tiH 


Precinct 


1 


105 


86 


104 


123 


83 


140 


100 




2 


55 


62 


167 


119 


71 


151 


160 


80 




3 


151 


134 


49 


208 


45 


242 


183 


64 




4 


145 


145 


89 


148 


85 


183 


190 


122 




5 


48 


48 


124 


122 


119 


128 


124 


153 




6 


70 


53 


146 


203 


141 


185 


172 


178 




7 


120 


105 


98 


143 


90 


160 


150 


115 


( ( 


8 


146 


99 


83 


132 


61 


129 


110 


84 


Totals 


840 


732 


860 


1,198 


695 


1,318 


1,207 


896 





ci- 


45- 


< 


S 


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»-^ 


S 


p 


K 






Ward 20. 


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pq 




Pi 
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ID 




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w 


ffi 


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m 


Precinct 1 


314 

256 


310 
255 


140 
145 


139 
146 


131 
141 


325 
257 




2 




3 


228 
146 
240 
345 


218 
148 
242 
336 


126 
234 
134 

75 


133 

234 

129 

71 


127 

234 

128 

71 


221 
146 
238 
335 


3 


4 




5 




6 




7 


313 
309 


315 
319 


88 
53 


89 

57 


85 
61 


307 
310 




8 








Totals 


2,151 


2,143 


995 


998 


978 


2,139 


3 







* Elected. 



76 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 



AVard 21. 



o 



65 • 






Precinct 1. . 
2.. 
3.. 
4.. 
5.. 
6.. 
7.. 
8.. 
9.. 

Totals 2,154 



CO 




236 


86 


202 


148 


164 


79 


241 


70 


235 


91 


265 


47 


270 


114 


295 


60 


246 


76 








771 



229 
197 
157 
243 
225 
260 
281 
288 
242 



2,122 



236 
191 
152 
242 

229 
264 
266 
289 
242 



2,111 



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J K*- ^ 

5 ^ c 


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pR 


S 


79 


89 


136 


143 


73 


78 


74 


75 


95 


98 


49 


55 


120 


116 


65 


61 


71 


76 


762 


791 







1 










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Ward 22. 


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S 


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1-5 


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228 


230 


161 


219 


127 


127 


102 




2... 


90 


98 


268 


120 


233 


107 


202 




3.... 


86 


78 


216 


75 


211 


64 


190 




4.... 


225 


202 


113 


204 


92 


137 


191 




5.... 


173 


184 


165 


214 


134 


145 


103 




6.... 


251 


216 


48 


225 


31 


88 


28 1 




7.... 


284 


256 


56 


251 


46 


71 


45 




8.... 


155 


133 


166 


139 


138 


87 


161 


1 


Totals 


1,492 

i 


1,397 


1,193 


1,447 


1,012 


826 


1,022 


1 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



1 i 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 





M 

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o 
1-5 




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c 

PS 


o 




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g oi 


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o 






M§G 
^ 


go 




Precinct 1 


106 


178 


87 


83 


161 


163 


2 


265 


80 


269 


254 


81 


79 


3 


232 


86 


213 


212 


89 


88 


4 


199 


168 


171 


174. 


171 


164 


5 


154 


204 


132 


131 


191 


233 


6 


70 


272 


55 


58 


229 


290 


7 


49 


198 


39 


48 


183 


207 


8 


58 


294 


37 


54 


273 


284 


9 


107 


102 


88 


139 


87 


92 


Totals 


1,240 


1,582 


1,091 


1,153 


1,465 


1,600 









Ward 


24. 




Precinct 


1.... 


159 




2.... 


199 




3.... 


268 




4.... 


224 


/ 


5.... 


251 




6.... 


198 




7.... 


319 




8.... 


343 




9.... 


205 


Totals 




2,166 









150 
192 
273 
228 
253 
201 
306 
300 
208 



O H 



148 
156 

92 
110 

71 
118 
110 
110 
111 



2,111 1,026 











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145 


145 


138 


151 


91 


87 


100 


117 


67 


70 


119 


116 


100 


75 


99 


79 


108 


99 


967 


939 



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c 



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154 
192 
273 
224 
243 
196 
313 
298 
200 



2,093 2, 



* P^lected. 



78 



City Document No. 9. 



Votes cast for Members of Coniinoii Couucil, Municipal 

Election, 1896. 



Ward 25. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

Totals. 



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Q 


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I 129 


140 


141 


54 


75 


61 


35 


55 


41 


247 


245 


234 


201 


186 


189 


136 


130 


156 


240 


229 


237 


1,042 


1,060 


1,059 









256 
294 
248 
81 
158 
212 
122 

1,371 



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W 



253 
306 
258 
71 
138 
196 
112 

1,334 



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287 
321 
269 
73 
163 
211 
127 

1,451 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



79 



Votes cast for Street Commissioner, Municipal Election, 

1896. 



1 . 

2 . 

3 . 
4 

5 . 

6 . 

7 . 

8 . 
9 

lO 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 



Wards. 



Cram, Rep. 



1,643 
980 
652 
892 
698 
903 
839 
1,015 
1,089 
1.763 
1,428 
1,504 
468 
1,126 
956 
1,443 
1,176 
1,040 
746 
1,780 
1,835 
1,444 
1.307 
1,782 
1,097 



Totals..... 29,606 



DlIANE," 

Dem. 



1,009 
1,492 
1,175 
919 
1,046 
1,310 
1,067 
1,488 
1,191 
664 
953 
970 
1,792 
1,484 
1,331 
1,042 
1,489 
1,192 
1,689 
1,184 
964 
1,262 
1,218 
1,093 
1,152 



Scattering. 



30,171 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 62.14 per cent. 



80 



City Document No. 9. 



(AS Pi 
ON 



Number of Men Reg-istered who Voted 

R WARD OFFICERS^ RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED 
VOTING LIST) AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1896. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 



PBECIIVCTS. 



^ 1. 



308 
359 
320 
352 
326 
217 
349 
513 
395 
299 
336 
394 
384 
482 
248 
368 
352 
395 
343 
481 
338 
447 
276 
323 



25! 432 



2. 



300 
287 
385 
318 
416 
329 
312 
560 
449 
302 
334 
401 
384 
435 
344 
403 
341 
424 
354 
432 
359 
439 
375 
360 
397 



4. 



399 
382 
349 
391 
381 
398 
377 
395 
380 
318 
395 
353 
337 
358 
367 
413 
302 
435 
421 
375 
248 
346 
343 
386 
318 



334 
352 
383 
391 
268 
374 
306 
528 
412 
284 
376 
422 
363 
340 
348 
427 
340 
446 
421 
416 
331 
442 
381 
356 
347 



5. 



357 
294 
426 
381 
406 
386 
426 
566 
367 
266 
260 
369 
386 
341 
371 
390 
337 
479 
324 
389 
349 
417 
381 
342 
377 



6. 



334 
352 
359 

290 
317 
312 
504 
553 
353 
328 
228 
483 
322 
384 
354 
368 
354 
488 
433 
427 
329 
311 
360 
338 
376 



7. 8. 



424 
392 



402 



426 
371 
302 
397 
361 
362 
375 
477 
356 



362 
411 

405 
360 
260 
439 
397 



439 
456 



369 



324 
240 



350 
415 

378 



454 



337 
387 
370 
362 
358 
434 



9. 



Number 
of Barnes 
checked. 



157! 



242 
212 



339 



332 

221 
335 



Totals 



3,052 
2,874 
2,222 
2,123 
2,114 
2,787 
2,274 
3,115 
2,782 
2,734 
2,683 
2,819 
2,887 
3,117 
2,785 
2,846 
3,175 
2,667 
2,995 
3,318 
3,061 
3,124 
2,955 
3,313 
2,644 



Number 
regis- 
tered. 



4,118 
3,715 
2,891 
2,742 
2,817 
3,808 
3,296 
4,166 
4,026 
4,449 
4,082 
4,283 
3,834 
3,935 
3,611 
3,680 
4,094 
3,798 
3,983 
4,563 
4,463 
4,202 
3,904 
4,430 
3,316 



Per cent, 
regis- 
tered 
who 
voted. 



70,466 96,206 



74.11 
77.36 
76.86 
77.43 
75.04 
73.19 
68.99 
74.77 
69.10 
61.45 
65.73 
65.82 
75.30 
79.21 
77.13 
77.34 
77.55 
70.22 
75.19 
72.72 
68.59 
74.35 
75.69 
74.79 
79.73 



Avernge per cent, of men registered who voted, 73.24. 



82 



City Document Ko. 9. 



Votes east (Men and Women) for School Committee, 
Municipal Election, 1896. 











Three Yeaes. 








• 

U 


* 




* 

< Q r 


* 

< • 


1,005 


P 

1,029 


p* ^ 
1^- 




*.P5 
^ r 


1 .... 


2,100 


992 


2,051 


1,128 


2,089 


2,056 


2,221 


2 .... 


819 


1,808 


797 


1,850 


1,803 


1,804 


843 


831 


1,317 


3 . . 


851 


1,295 


807 


1,366 


1,318 


1,323 


861 


862 


1,195 


4 .... 


1,097 


991 


1,044 


1,057 


1,018 


1,004 


1,090 


1,044 


1,292 


5 .... 


891 


1,109 


833 


1,203 


1,164 


1,164 


881 


863 


1,169 


6 .... 


717 


1,592 


720 


1,494 


1,465 


1,465 


787 


756 


1,116 


7 ... 


850 


1,117 


824 


1,243 


r,175 


1,157 


862 


879 


1,128 


8 .... 


1,130 


1,622 


1,123 


1,727 


1,663 


1,645 


1,140 


1,162 


1,646 


9 .... 


1,252 


1,402 


1,151 


1,454 


1,373 


1,380 


1,200 


1,180 


1,516 


lO . . . . 


2,259 


531 


2,192 


915 


523 


523 


2,243 


2,238 


2,239 


11 .... 


1,934 


473 


1,885 


1,404 


554 


537 


2,048 


2,082 


2,113 


12... 


1,989 


969 


1,942 


1,257 


954 


949 


2,000 


1,963 


2,212 


13 ... . 


386 


2,098 


361 


2,134 


2,245 


2,140 


460 


461 


983 


14 ... . 


1,576 


1,572 


1,524 


1,764 


1,815 


1,618 


1,606 


1,.533 


2,024 


15 ... . 


1,285 


1,480 


1,244 


1,586 


1 ,659 


1,503 


1,315 


1,276 


1,666 


16 ... . 


1,726 


1,082 


1,699 


1,256 


1,136 


1,114 


1,753 


1,720 


1,965 


17 ... 


1,252 


1,767 


1,218 


1,929 


1,819 


1,799 


1,292 


1,279 


1,711 


18.... 


1,231 


1,354 


1,198 


1,427 


1,349 


1,415 


1,220 


1,226 


1,605 


19 ... . 


963 


1,849 


947 


1,978 


1,871 


1,867 


1,002 


969 


1,460 


20 . . . . 


2,475 


1,026 


2,436 


1,562 


1,066 


1,064 


2,487 


2,541 


2,721 


21 .... 


2,585 


780 


2,537 


1,218 


803 


835 


2,592 


2,.526 


2,741 


22 ... . 


1,837 


1,146 


1,903 


1,455 


1,136 


1,164 


1,957 


1,972 


2,261 


23 ... . 


1,894 


1,134 


1,885 


1,472 


1,139 


1,139 


1,914 


1,849 


2,110 


24 ... . 


2,398 


1,043 


2,358 


1,390 


1,050 


1,082 


2,407 


2,636 


2,656 


25 ... . 


1,596 


992 


1,553 


1,348 


995 


1,016 


1,600 
37,649 


1,617 


1,798 


Totals . 


37,093 


31,224 


36,232 


36,616 


32,098 


31,736 


37,521 


44,865 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



83 



Votes cast (Men and Women) for School Committee, 
Municipal JK lection, 1896. 



Threk Years. 






1,992 
1,960 
1,408 
1,182 
1,244 
1,274 
1,153 
1,630 
1,473 
1,226 
1,262 
1,474 
1,777 
1,927 
1,693 
1,464 
1,923 
1,490 
1,866 
2,003 
1,754 
1,629 
1,793 
1,810 
1,605 
40,012 



CO ^ >-' 

1^- 



1,994 

781 

799 

1,016 

805 

698 

817 

1,140 

1,114 

2,139 

1,897 

1,799 

361 

1,414 

1,240 

1,687 

1,130 

1,132 

OO 

2,143 
2,348 
1,783 
1,688 
2,238 
1,570 
34,566 



I" r 

^-2 



1,713 
1,438 
1,433 
1,355 
1,402 
1,259 
1,188 
1,514 
1,374 
1,647 
1,662 
1,778 
1,469 
1,737 
1,543 
1,690 
1,643 
1,390 
1,554 
2,036 
1,974 
1,812 
1,663 
2,007 
1,423 
39,704 












959 

1,674 

1,243 

968 

1,064 

1,303 

1,110 

1,510 

1,269 

504 

470 

936 

2,079 

1,554 

1,491 

1,087 

1,773 

1,272 

1,865 

992 

791 

1,194 

1,194 

1,018 

968 

30,288 



1,938 

763 

805 

1,038 

836 

677 

839 

1,081 

1,225 

2,123 

1,840 

1,887 

389 

1,514 

1,223 

1,620 

1,173 

1,172 

874 

2,352 

2,441 

1,821 

1,755 

2,293 

1,467 

35,146 



One Year. 



so. 
m 



1,992 

775 

777 

1,001 

796 

712 

834 

1,212 

1,133 

2,100 

1,954 

1,871 

357 

1,430 

1,207 

1,630 

1,189 

1,184 

852 

2,312 

2,433 

1,845 

1,812 

2,234 

1,530 

35,172 






1,070 
1,885 
1,371 
1,080 
1,226 
1,640 
1,281 
1,581 
1,429 
606 
668 
1,002 
2,248 
1,758 
1,568 
1,213 
1,835 
1,394 
1,973 
1,161 
858 
1,202 
1,161 
1,188 
1,049 
33,447 



be 
C 



a 



30 



^_ 

.. 1 

.. 2 
.. 3 
.. 4 
.. 5 
. 6 
.. 7 
.. 8 
.. 9 
..lO 
..11 
..12 
..13 
..14 
.15 
..16 
..17 
..18 
..19 
..20 
..21 
..22 
.23 
.24 
.25 



* Elected. 



84 City Document No. 9. 

Keg-istered Women Voters at Municipal Election, 1896, 



Wards. 



1 ... 

2 ... 

3 ... 

4 ... 

5 ... 

6 ... 

7 ... 

8 ... 

9 .. 

10 ... 

11 ... 

12 ... 

13 ... 

14 ... 

15 ... 

16 ... 

17 ,.. 

18 .. 

19 ... 

20 ... 

21 ... 

22 ... 

23 ... 

24 ... 

25 ... 
Total 



PKECIIVCTS. 



1.2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 



103 

25 

138 

48 

92 

9 
21 

1 
16 
39 
89 
97 

3 
57 
26 
63 
10 
29 
19 
143 
146 
53 
57 
42 
58 



112 
33 
70 
106 
68 
18 
49 
40 
25 
66 
39 
120 

3 
13 
27 
48 
21 
39 
40 
107 
71 
21 

9 
50 
64 



153 

24 

64 

99 

13 

12 

44 

74 

3 

103 

108 

87 

1 

62 

53 

67 

70 

57 

10 

86 

47 

27 

16 

97 

89 



110 
26 
15 
65 
30 
18 
32 
31 
15 
93 
61 

108 
7 

123 
92 
82 
87 
64 
40 
36 

123 
87 
52 
37 
20 



114 
15 
24 
25 
41 
14 
16 
14 
99 
50 
29 
62 
24 
136 
81 
76 
24 
32 
43 
79 
96 
31 
81 
83 
36 



13 

34 

7 

24 

41 

15 

11 

17 

93 

80 

38 

47 

29 

100 

87 

97 

4 

87 

57 

114 

148 

60 

96 

82 

69 



31 

24 



20 
73 
37 

42 
2 

77 
87 
39 
20 



40 
6 



18 



Totals. 



55\ 34 



24 



28 



6 
61 
62 



48 



44 
93 
68 
96 
77 
126 
52 



48 



12 
74 

115| 85 

I 
441 ... . 

59 35 



78 



56 



694 
187 
318 
367 
285 

92 
173 
177 
271 
593 
453 
563 

75 
629 
515 
472 
332 
308 
265 
732 
899 
419 
482 
651 
388 
10,340 



Election Depaktment. 



85 



Number of Women reg-istered who voted for School Committee 

(AS PER WAKD OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LIST) AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1896. 



Wards. 


PRECINCTS. 


Number 
of names 
checked. 


Number 
regis- 
tered. 


Per ceut. 
regis- 


1. 

67 
19 
86 
33 
53 

2 
11 

1 
12 
22 
57 
56 

3 
34 
14 
42 

4 
20 
10 
96 
74 
37 
31 
20 
34 


2. 

69 
27 
39 
65 
42 
10 
31 
32 
16 
46 
19 
80 

2 
11 
15 
35 
16 
21 
28 
74 
34 
17 

4 
30 
38 


3. 

101 

18 

26 

64 

7 

6 

27 

39 

2 

54 

68 

52 

37 
43 
42 
52 
34 
5 
62 
34 
23 
13 
45 
62 


4. 

63 
23 
11 
40 
14 

5 
17 
22 

5 
39 
31 
64 

2 
89 
71 
52 
58 
44 
24 
22 
77 
61 
33 
23 
11 


5. 

57 
15 
12 
16 
27 

6 
10 

6 
55 
21 
10 
35 
19 
103 
50 
46 

8 
17 
26 
40 
61 
19 
52 
62 
23 


6. 

3 
18 

6 

13 
14 

5 

6 

13 
56 
33 
23 
29 
18 
74 
65 
54 

1 
61 
38 
64 
88 
42 
79 
62 
44 


7. 

20 
6 


8. 

18 
4 


9. 

8 


tered 

who 

voted. 


1 


406 
130 
180 
231 
157 

38 
102 
113 
159 
300 
249 
349 

50 
433 
361 
290 
209 
197 
164 
464 
541 
296 
340 
428 
230 


694 
187 
318 
367 
285 

92 
173 
177 
271 
593 
453 
563 

75 
629 
515 
472 
332 
308 
265 
732 
899 
419 
482 
651 
388 


58.50 


2 


69.52 


3 


56.60 


4 


4 







62.94 


5 .. 

6 


55.09 
41.30 


7 


58.96 


8 








63.84 


9 


13 
44 
17 
33 
1 
56 
64 
19 
11 


28 
10 

5 

29 
39 


13 
14 


58.67 


lO 


50.59 


11 


54.97 


12 


61.99 


13..... 

14 


66.67 
68.84 


15 


70.10 


16 


61.44 


17 


36 


23 


62.95 


18 


63.96 


19 


24 
68 
44 
66 
56 
100 
18 


9 
38 
70 
31 
45 
54 


59 

27 
32 


61.89 


20 


63.39 


21 


60.18 


22 


70.64 


23 


70.54 


24 


65.75 


25 


59.28 










Totals 


6,417 


10,340 




















1 





Average per cent, of women who voted, 62.06. 



86 



City Document No. 9, 



Votes cast on the question: Shall Chapter 410 of the Acts 
of the year 1896, entitled " An Act providing- a salary 
for the Members of the Common Council of the City of 
Boston," be accepted ? Municipal Election, 1896. 



6 



8 



9 



10 
11 



12 



13 



14 



16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24 

25 



Wards. 



Totals, 



Yes. 



1,366 
1,619 
1,098 
1,119 
1,081 
1,516 
1,277 
1,814 
1,536 
1,226 
1,233 
1,285 
1,712 
1,581 
1,313 
1,361 
1,633 
1,403 
1,554 
1,466 
1,319 
1,499 
1,369 
1,398 
1,341 



35,152 



No. 



1,285 

928 

880 

708 

740 

772 

677 

884 

853 

1,132 

1,085 

1,180 

844 

1,179 

1,119 

1,166 

1,158 

985 

1,105 

1,496 

1,432 

1,243 

1,244 

1,460 

962 



26,517 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 64.10 percent. 



Election Department. 



87 



Votes cast on the question: Shall Licenses be granted for 
the Sale of Intoxicating- Liquors in this City? Muni- 
cipal Election, 1896. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
lO. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 



Wards. 



Totals, 



Yes. 



1,523 
1,746 
1,223 
1,190 
1,244 
1,729 
1,363 
1,915 
1,605 
1,548 
1,832 
1,603 
1,679 
1,694 
1,520 
1,419 
1,825 
1,482 
1,859 
1,447 
1,670 
1,831 
1,611 
1,350 
1,503 



39,411 



No. 



1,356 

931 

878 

802 

720 

779 

731 

923 

995 

997 

713 

1,067 

1,017 

1,232 

1,094 

1,249 

1,150 

1,115 

947 

1,757 

1,278 

1,123 

1,189 

1,817 

1,001 



26,861 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 68.89 per cent. 



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