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ANNUAL REPORT 



BOARD OF ELECTION 
COMMISSIONERS 



YEAR 1898 




BOSTON 

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Boston, February 20, 1899. 

Hon. Josiah Questcy, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir, — In compliance with the requirements of Section 24 
of Chapter 3 of the Revised Ordinances, the Board of Elec- 
tion Commissioners respectfully submits its annual report 
for the year 1898. 

We are pleased to state that the work of the department 
during the past year was carried on not only within the 
appropriation allowed by the City Council, but that a sub- 
stantial balance remained to the credit of this department. 
This result was due principally to two causes. One of these 
was because there was less than the usual activity prior to 
both the State and City elections, and in consequence the 
number of registered voters was smaller by about four thou- 
sand than in the previous year, which was the basis of our 
estimate of probable expenditure during 1898. This year 
the voting-list for the city election contained the names of 
98,457 male voters. Another cause which contributed to 
the reduced expenditure was the effect of the act of the last 
Legislature which provided that there should be no supple- 
mentary assessment after October 1. 

There was very little supplementary registration in conse- 
quence, after this date, which made it unnecessary to add to 
the office force, as has heretofore been required in order to 
properly attend to registration and the other work of the 
office, at this, the busiest season of the year. In other ways, 
too, we have reduced expenses, and our efforts have been 
directed towards an economical administration of the depart- 
ment in every respect. 

The laws governing the conduct of caucuses and elections 
are now in a much more satisfactory condition since the pas- 
sage of Chapter 548 of the Acts of 1898, commonly known as 
the "Election Act of 1898." This codification has been of 



2 City Document No. 11. 

great assistance in carrying on the work of the office, con- 
densing and simplifying laws which previously in many 
respects were confusing and unsatisfactory. 

Caucuses and Elections. 

During the year, in addition to the seven caucuses and 
two elections usually held, there have been two special cau- 
cuses and elections to fill vacancies in the Legislature, one in 
the eleventh Suffolk Representative District caused by the 
resignation of the incumbent to accept a high Federal office, 
and the other caused by the death of the senator from the 
Second Suffolk Senatorial District. 

The caucuses were uniformly conducted in an orderly 
manner and the returns were generally made with prompt- 
ness and accuracy. Yet there is room for improvement in 
this respect in some portions of the city where the delay in 
forwarding the returns is very great and the inaccuracies 
in such returns are beyond understanding. We recognize the 
fact that at the fall caucuses in some of the wards more 
votes are cast than at the subsequent elections, the great 
number of votes being caused by the large field of candidates 
striving for the nomination to the Legislature or the Common 
Council, or by the efforts of interested parties to secure 
delegates favorable to certain candidates for other elective 
offices. As the returns from these largely attended caucuses 
are not received until hours after the polls are closed, it 
cannot be claimed that lack of time is an excuse for the fail- 
ure of the officers to make an accurate return of the result. 
To the credit of the caucus officers at most of these large 
caucuses it must be said that their returns are on the whole 
accurately made. 

In the conduct of elections, too, there has been much to 
commend in the work of the election officers. We are fortu- 
nate in having at our service a large number of citizens who 
have had experience as election officers and who respond 
willingly to the demand made upon them for further service. 
The work of such officers is highly satisfactory, and were it 
not for the fact that a large minority of them is composed of 



Election Department. 3 

men totally inexperienced in such work there would in our 
opinion be little to criticise in the work of the election 
officers. 

In one instance during the past year the returns of the 
election officers were of such a character as to call for inquiry 
and investigation by this Board. In this case the returns 
were so grossly inaccurate that all the election officers from 
the precinct were summoned before the Board and separately 
examined with a view to ascertaining and fixing the responsi- 
bility for the flagrant errors in the returns. The result of 
the examination by us was far from satisfactory, and was 
such as to leave in our minds some doubt as to whether one 
or two of such election officers acted honestly in the dis- 
charge of their duty, and we believed it to be our duty under 
the circumstances to report the matter to the District Attor- 
ney for such action by him as might be called for. 

After a thorough examination by him of all the facts he 
concluded that the errors and inaccuracies were due to care- 
lessness and neglect rather than to any criminal intent, and 
no proceedings therefore were instituted against them. We 
failed utterly to understand after careful oral and written 
instructions had been given these officers, two of whom had 
served in a similar capacity before, how they could have 
made such gross errors. 

We desire to reiterate our opinion, emphatically expressed 
in the report of last year that the appointment of deputy 
election officers, as now required by law, is unnecessary and 
the saving of the amount paid to them for practically no 
service would be a substantial one. If the number of polling- 
places in the city should be increased, as is called for by 
many citizens, and which seems to us to be desirable hi the 
interest of a more prompt canvass and return of votes we 
believe that the polling-places would be properly manned by 
a warden, clerk and two inspectors in each precinct, instead 
of four inspectors as at present. 

This further reduction in the force of election officers in 
each precinct would save a large sum of money, and this 
change would be especially beneficial if the number of polling- 
places is increased. 



4 City Document No. 11. 

We have noticed the past year a very great improvement 
in the preparation of nomination papers for candidates to be 
placed upon the official ballot, and we believe that the politi- 
cal committees and candidates now fully understand the 
importance of exercising great care in the preparation of 
such nomination papers and that they are solicitous to fulfil 
the requirements of law in this respect. 

Recounts. 

Again we must call attention to the great abuse of the right 
to petition for recounts. No other State in the country gives 
such latitude in the right to petition in this regard. The past 
year has been simply a repetition of the experience of this 
Board in previous years. A very large number of petitions 
for recounts have been presented and acted upon where the 
difference in the return of votes did not justify such peti- 
tions, even under the most liberal view of the law. While the 
law, without the desired limitations, accords citizens the right 
to petition for recount of votes, such petitions will be numer- 
ous and must be acted upon. Could not some discretion be 
vested in this board? We understand that a proposition to 
bring about a change is now before the legislature, and 
we hope it will be favorably received. The abuse of the 
right to petition exists specially as regards caucuses, and is 
not generally felt at election recounts. The latter as a rule 
are justifiable. 

During the past two years we have discovered a growing 
tendency in some localities, where politics are very active, no 
matter what condition exists elsewhere,, to make use of 
pasters or ballots at caucuses, and when this was done within 
the statute, as we construed it, and in the absence of objections, 
the names so pasted were counted at all recounts held by us. 
This evil assumed greater proportions during the past year 
in these localities, and at the recounts following the fall 
caucuses objections were raised to counting blanket pasters 
which contained the names of all persons on the official bal- 
lot, and only those names, and which were so prepared that 
they could be marked by interested parties outside the 
polling-place, taken into the voting compartment by the 
voter, and pasted on or over the official ballot, given to him 
by the caucus officer. These blanket pasters in size of type 
and other respects were very similar to the official ballots. 

After a careful consideration of the objections we decided 
them to be well taken, and refused to count such blanket 
pasters. We were of the opinion that they were not within 



Election Department. 5 

the law, and most palpably were an evasion of the spirit and 
intent of the Australian system of voting. At the time we 
prepared a full statement of our findings and our grounds 
therefor, which was printed in the daily papers. We are 
gratified to state that since our action, as above set forth, 
there has been no attempt to use blanket pasters at any 
caucus in the city. 

The general recount after the last city election was con- 
ducted by this department under much more favorable cir- 
cumstances than ever before. A large hall was secured in 
the immediate vicinity of our offices where sufficient floor 
space was available for twelve tables, at each of which two clerks 
were detailed to count the votes. We were enabled thereby 
to finish the work in four da}^s instead of six as heretofore, and 
there was room not only for each of the numerous candi- 
dates affected by the petitions to be present and watch the 
count, but enabled us to allow each of the political com- 
mittees of the two leading parties to have a representative 
present at each table. The recount proceeded without fric- 
tion and we think to the entire satisfaction of the parties 
interested. We were so favorably impressed with the suc- 
cess of the change that we shall not in the future attempt to 
carry on as heretofore a general recount of the votes of the 
city in the small and ill-ventilated room which forms one of 
our offices for the general business of the department. 

Election Booths and Polling-places. 

As was stated in our last annual report would be neces- 
sary, we were called upon this year to provide a large number 
of voting-booths to take the place of the seventy-five or 
more school-houses which previously the School Committee 
had allowed to be used as polling-places at elections. We 
have been obliged to vacate the school buildings for reasons 
which then seemed to us good and sufficient. After an in- 
vestigation which lasted for a year we concluded to purchase 
one hundred booths to be made of thin corrugated steel, and 
bids were publicly advertised, a loan of $30,000 for such 
booths and the furniture required therefor having been 
authorized by the City Council. Among the many competi- 
tors the Van Dorn Iron Works Company of Cleveland, Ohio, 
were the successful bidders and the contract was awarded to 
them. The booths were of a pattern, and, built of material 
similar to the booths used in other cities of the country at the 
fall elections, and we were informed that these booths had 
been used in a western city at an election in February, and 



6 City Document No. 11. 

that they proved to be suitable for use in cold weather. The 
new steel booths were constructed in Cleveland in parts, 
were put together in Boston under the careful supervision 
and inspection of the City Engineer's Department, and were 
used for the first time at the State election early in No- 
vember. So far as we know no valid objection was then 
raised against them. At the city election in December 
the weather was unusually severe, and with zero tempera- 
ture the booths proved entirely unsuitable for voting 
purposes. Although the stove and fuel provided, we be- 
lieved, would be sufficient to properly heat these booths, it 
proved insufficient, and the discomfort of the election officers 
on duty during the day, and in some cases well into the 
night, was very great. With a view to making these booths 
suitable for future use in cold weather, which maybe reason- 
ably expected at the city election, we have recently caused 
four of them to be lined with wooden sheathing and by 
practical use at a special election held on February 7, 1899, it 
was demonstrated that with such a lining the booths will be 
available for use in the future. This improvement is attended 
with so great an expense that it will be impossible to con- 
tinue it with all the booths within the appropriation this year 
allowed the department by the Board of Estimate and Ap- 
portionment. The sum of $7,000 additional will be re- 
quired for the purpose. 

In the early spring of 1898, during the excitement caused 
by the prospect of a war with Spain, we were called upon 
by the Mayor at the request of the State authorities to have 
the old booths ready to be used as temporary barracks for 
our troops when the call came for their enlistment into the 
service of the country. The summons came soon after, and 
the fifty-six knock-down wooden buildings, all in first-class 
condition, constituting our whole equipment, were turned over 
to the State. Most of them were sent to Fort Warren for 
the use of the First Regiment, while the remainder were 
loaned to the Naval Brigade. On the cessation of hostilities 
most of these booths were returned to us with a portion of 
the furniture and appointments loaned, but, as might natu- 
rally be expected, their condition was not the same as when 
they left our hands. The expense of moving and repairing 
these buildings, which was large, was by agreement to be 
borne by the State. A statement of the full amount due the 
city has been submitted to the State authorities, a part only 
of which has been allowed and paid. Another demand came 
later for the use of these wooden buildings at the City Hos- 
pital, to care for the sick and convalescent soldiers returning 



Election Department. 7 

from active duty. We were also called upon to loan thirteen 
of these wooden booths to the Bath Department. They 
have not been returned to us, and no compensation has been 
paid for their use. These thirteen booths, with the twelve 
now remaining on the hospital grounds, will be greatly needed 
another year for election purposes. Without them we shall 
be seriously embarrassed. In the situation in which we found 
ourselves in the early autumn of 1898, having an insufficient 
number of booths, including the new steel buildings, for poll- 
ing-places, we were obliged to have twenty new wooden 
buildings constructed. These new wooden booths are of a 
smaller size than the old ones, but are amply sufficient. 
Their first cost is much less, and as they can be moved with- 
out being taken to pieces, as is necessary with the old booths, 
there will be a substantial saving in this regard. 

If funds are provided to make the steel booths comfort- 
able in cold weather, as above suggested, we shall not be 
obliged to provide additional accommodations for polling-places. 
Otherwise it will be necessary to have more of these wooden 
booths constructed at an expense of $175 apiece, unless we 
secure from the School Committee again the right to use a 
sufficient number of school buildings. As stated above, we 
believed in 1897 that the objections of the School Committee 
to the use of their buildings for election purposes were rea- 
sonable ; but the conditions are now changed, and in the 
present financial condition of the city, we believe, rather than 
incur the large expense of building new booths or hiring 
stores or houses which we have found cannot be done at 
reasonable prices, that the School Committee should allow 
the use on election days of some of their buildings for poll- 
ing-places. It should be said, too, in this connection that 
many citizens have complained the past year because they 
were not allowed to vote in school-houses as heretofore, which 
they claim are much more comfortable and suitable than the 
voting-booths. 

Jurors. 

The present system of preparing the jury-list by this Board 
seems on the whole to meet with the approval of the public, 
and secures men of the character and intelligence desired for 
such service. The selection of names is made by us during 
the months of January and February in each year as provided 
by law, and the jury-list for the year 1899 will be submitted 
to the Board of Aldermen prior to March 1 for its approval. 

The names are selected by us from the general register of 
voters, which is each year prepared from the returns of the 



8 City Document No. 11. 

assessors submitted to us between May 1 and. July 1. As a 
rule, we do not consult the supplementary registration in 
selecting names for jurors, as it is so largely made up from 
the floating population of the city, which class is not desirable 
to draw upon for jurors. There has been some surprise mani- 
fested that names drawn by the Board of Aldermen from the 
jury-list prepared by us prove in some cases to be those of 
non-residents. When these persons appear in court in 
response to the summons this fact is disclosed, and they are 
for this reason excused as they are exempt from such service 
in this city. All such cases when brought to our attention 
are investigated, and in no instance has it been found to be an 
error chargeable to us. These persons were residents of the 
city on May 1, according to the returns of the assessors, and 
having been on the voting-list the previous year their names 
were continued on the list. They acquired a residence else- 
where by moving out of the city between May 1 and the time 
when they were drawn as jurors, which may have been more 
than a year later, as the jury-list prepared by us in January 
and February is the list for the twelve months following. 
The only remedy for this which occurs to us, and that is only 
a partial one, is to amend the law so that this Board shall be 
required to select the names at an earlier date, say in July or 
August. In this event six months would be gained in the 
preparation of the list. In the autumn months the other 
work of the department is so great that it would be a difficult 
matter to properly prepare the jury-list at that time. 

The exemptions from jury service allowed by law include 
so large a body of citizens that we believe such exemptions 
should be reduced. We see no good and sufficient reason 
why members of the volunteer militia and of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company should be relieved from serving 
as jurors, and we believe that an advantage would be gained 
if the limit of age were increased from sixty-five to seventy 
years. We therefore recommend such changes in the law. 
As the term of service of jurors is now so short, we believe 
it would be wise and expedient to further change the law, so 
that a person shall be liable to be drawn and serve as a juror 
once in two years, instead of three years as at present. 

As the Ballot Law Commission of the City of Boston, we 
were called upon during the past year to hear and determine 
but a single case, which was not of special interest to the 
public. Objection was made to a nomination paper to fill a 
vacancy caused by the withdrawal of a caucus nominee in 
Ward 6, on the ground that no vote was passed by the 



Election Department. 9 

caucus authorizing the filling of such vacancy. The evidence 
was adjudged to be insufficient to sustain such objection. 

During the past year two complaints only for illegal regis- 
tration were filed in this department. Summons were issued 
in both cases, and hearings took places under the new method 
of procedure in such cases, established by the Legislature of 
1898. In one case the evidence was found to be sufficient 
to sustain the complaint, and a transfer of the person com- 
plained of was made from one precinct to another of the same 
ward. In the other case the evidence was deemed to be in- 
sufficient, and the complaint was dismissed. We believe the 
change in the method of procedure in these cases, above re- 
ferred to, was called for, after our experience in 1897, as was 
fully stated in our report for that year, and in which we sug- 
gested this change in the law among other changes, and gave 
the reasons therefor. It seemed to us only right and proj^er 
that at least forty-eight hours, instead of twenty-four hours, 
should be the minimum limit of time intervening between the 
issue of the summons and the date of hearing, in order that 
the person complained of should have time to answer the 
complaint; and the requirement that the complainant 
should be obliged to make out a prima facie case at least, in 
case of the non-appearance of the person complained of in re- 
sponse to the summons, we believed to be called for, in order 
that the procedure and the rules of evidence should conform 
more nearly to those of judicial proceedings. One important 
matter though was overlooked by the Legislature in consider- 
ing changes in the law in these cases. The complainant 
should be entitled to process to summon witnesses to sustain 
the complaint, and an adequate penalty should be attached to 
the failure to respond to such summons. 

We have herein referred to the Election Act of 1898 as 
being of great assistance to us in carrying on the work of 
this department. 

Though errors and omissions in this codification of the 
laws regulating caucuses and elections have come to our 
attention, they are of little importance and we did not feel 
called upon so soon to recommend to the present Legislature 
any changes in the law. We think though we should allude 
to one defect in the law which we encountered the past year. 

A recount of votes cast at a caucus resulted in a tie for the 
third place in the nomination for the Common Council. 
There was not sufficient time to call a new caucus, and the 
time for filing nomination papers had expired. Two names 
only therefore could be placed upon the official ballot, instead 
of three to which the political party was entitled. A pro- 



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City Document No. 11. 



vision of law allowing the executive committee of the politi- 
cal party to fill a vacancy existing under such circumstances 
would be all that is required. 



Expenses. 

At the beginning of the year the Board submitted as an 
estimate of the probable expenditures of the department the 
sum of $145,000, but the City Council appropriated therefor 
the sum of $137,000. A further sum of $30,000 was pro- 
vided by special loan for the purchase of 100 steel voting- 
booths, and the furniture and fixtures required therefor. 

There has actually been expended by this department 
during the year 1898, chargeable, to the regular appropriation 
the sum of $130,190.67 ; and on account of the Special Loan 
for new voting-booths the sum of $29,595.73. There re- 
mained therefore to the credit of this department on the first 
account the sum of $6,809.33, and on the second account 
the sum of $404.27. 

The expenditures of the department in detail for the finan- 
cial year ending January 31, 1899, are as follows : 

Salaries : 
Commissioners . . . . $14,500 00 
Secretary to June 4, 1898 . . 1,069 45 
Assistant Registrars and Mes- 
senger 29,002 03 



up precinct 



Election officers 

Printing 

Repairs and fittin 

polling-places 
Fitting up booths for Army use 

and repairing when returned 
Carriage hire and travelling ex 

penses, caucuses and elections 
Twenty new wooden booths . 
Rents ..... 
Copying polls from Assessors 

books 
Care of voting-places 
Posting voting-lists, sample ballots, 

locations of polling-places and 

carting .... 
Advertising .... 
Furniture .... 
Stationery .... 

Carried forward . 



$44,571 
22,407 
20,845 


48 
00 
83 


10,375 


65 


6,303 


6Q 


4,160 
3,789 
3,685 


45 
53 
12 


3,594 
3,415 

>? 


46 
45 


d 

2,617 
2,058 
1,511 
1,447 


83 
83 
42 
31 



$130,784 02 



Election Department. 



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Brought fortoard . 
Incidentals . 
Refreshments, employees, police and 

hackmen, caucuses and elections 
Telephone service 
Fuel, gas and electric light 
Maps .... 
Repairs of ballot-boxes . 
Typewriting . 
Constables' services 



Less amount refunded by the 
Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts for expense incurred in 
transporting and putting up 
voting-booths at Fort Warren, 



$130,784 02 


912 


60 


709 


95 


235 


13 


208 


97 


110 


50 


72 


75 


57 


29 


55 


00 


$133,146 


21 



2,955 54 



Special -Loan for New Steel Voting- 
booths and Furnishings. 






100 Voting-booths :— 






Van Dorn Iron Works Company, 
Furniture ..... 


$26,700 
2,133 


00 
60 


Carpentry, blocking, etc. 
Inspector's services 
Car fares and cartage . 


522 

233 

6 


01 
56 

56 



$130,190 67 



29,595 73 



$159,786 40 



The following pages show in tabulated form the number 
of assessed polls, registered voters and votes cast in this 
city at the State, municipal and two special elections held 
in 1898. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Linus E. Pearson, 
Timothy F. McDonough, 
George P. Sanger, 
Joseph J. Corbett, 
Board of Election Commissioners. 



TABULATED STATEMENT 



OF 



ASSESSED POLLS, REGISTERED VOTERS, 

AND VOTES CAST AT STATE AND 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 

1898. 



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City Document No. 11. 
Assessed Polls, State Election, 1898. 



PRECiarCTS. 



Wards. 



Totals. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



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 



547 
852 
602 
669 
663 

1,027 
616 

1,213 

1,341 
789 
858 
857 

1,106 

1,147 
586 
696 
956 

1,021 
874 

1,058 
753 

1,125 
450 
801 
953 



586 
729 
746 
582 
722 

1,043 
846 

1,604 

1,436 
909 

1,005 
752 

1,078 
907 
832 
818 
739 

1,279 

1,017 
894 
737 
938 
672 
694 
818 



774 

8.68 

631 

676 

858 

1,204 

1,020 

1,078 

1,180 

798 

1,003 

764 

1,056 

589 

732 

896 

627 

1,196 

1,040 

802 

466 

748 

720 

891 

584 



706 
730 
880 
711 
620 

1,372 
901 

1,238 

1,282 
768 
835 
936 
950 
583 
647 
839 
799 

1,294 
870 
878 
634 
932 
729 
612 
785 



785 
679 
787 
736 
873 

1,317 
893 

1,404 

1,201 
631 
531 
912 
908 
774 
626 
741 
661 

1,254 
719 

1,087 
750 
975 
933 
612 
610 



825 
749 
656 

694 
743 
680 
922 

1,339 
935 
727 
453 

1,180 
777 
631 
583 
582 
774 

1,199 
807 
922 
628 
641 
785 
611 
789 



893 
859 



1,178 



922 
1,041 
569 
826 
855 
779 
711 
933 
762 



949 
1,004 
838 
706 
535 
880 
940 



792 
1,030 



403 



1,145 



1,080 
484 



613 
539 



894 
800 
710 



1,037 



596 



827 
939 
795 
915 
594 
1,165 



725 

459 
736 



Total 



161,164 



Election Department. 
Registered Voters (Men), State Election, 1898. 



15 



Wards. 



PBECIIVCTS. 



2. 



3. 



r>. 



6. 7. 



8. 



1>. 



Ph 



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. 



358 
521 
432 
484 
453 
475 
365 
559 
569 
405 
443 
512 
505 
771 
329 
472 
457 
544 
523 
707 
469 
761 
335 
466 
562 



Total 



406 
425 
546 
369 
556 
512 
347 
631 
632 
403 
522 
485 
543 
654 
529 
583 
442 
604 
520 
674 
504 
578 
453 
434 
498 



548 
491 
469 
481 
484 
597 
429 
443 
528 
338 
518 
390 
491 
460 
500 
653 
409 
573 
667 
570 
337 
480 
468 
604 
445 



479 
446 
602 
504 
356 
615 
359 
673 
575 
405 
518 
519 
507 
450 
459 
587 
522 
721 
540 
580 
474 
602 
471 
466 
477 



518 
371 
577 
515 
550 
613 
494 
669 
489 
335 
398 
486 
504 
533 
471 
500 
422 
681 
451 
770 
496 
582 
661 
450 
497 



474 
472 
449 
371 
434 
329 
498 
670 
375 
442 
323 
599 
421 
487 
446 
473 
427 
695 
542 
664 
452 
437 
553 
459 
521 



596 
535 



571 
619 



238 



524 



456 



545 
630 
442 
446 
484 
585 
507 
677 
466 



610 
367 



384 
394 



465 
551 
492 



631 



441 



6S0 
702 
581 
502 
417 
613 
542 



559 
670 
582 
550 
455 
740 



523 

300 
513 



4,188 
3,880 
3,075 
2,724 
2,833 
4,121 
2,492 
3,645 
3,713 
3,952 
3,925 
3,437 
3,920 
4,491 
3,733 
3,945 
4,217 
3,818 
4,482 
5,337 
4,418 
4,492 
4,113 
4,745 
3,542 



66.36 
59.73 
71.48 
66.96 
63.25 
45.96 
47.94 
46.28 
44.75 
53.72 
62.53 
55.20 
51.42 
72.32 
68.79 
71.66 
60.67 
52.71 
63.10 
70.37 
69.84 
64.36 
69.98 
67.77 
64.65 



97,238 



Average per cent, of men assessed who registered, 60.33. 



16 (Jlty Document No. 11. 

Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 1898. 





PRECIWCT 1. 


PBECISCT 2. 


Wards. 


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cq S 

Q 


s| 

P-l 6 
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Ph»o 


C5 O 




zi 
.9 

S 

53 

O 


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o g 

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CD 

Q 


si 
«« 

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O 
IB 


EHcoPh 
fin s n 


o 

03 fe. 


fn'fl 

H 03 

o.2 

S3 

K <D 


a 
'53 

o 

CO 


1 


50 


7 




2 


205 




28 




1 


5 


286 




2 


261 


6 


10 


1 


87 




187 


1 


1 


1 


80 




3 


83 


2 


1 


1 


218 




248 


6 


5 


1 


117 




4 


222 


4 


3 


1 


112 




70 


3 




1 


178 




5 


101 


2 


3 


2 


223 




229 


1 


2 


2 


165 




6 


248 


1 


2 


1 


59 




245 


7 


1 


1 


8 




7 


105 


2 


1 


2 


134 




107 


2 


2 


1 


93 




8 


340 
195 


14 
14 


12 
5 


11 
1 


89 
139 




259 
237 


16 
14 


9 
4 


4 


151 

142 




9 




10 


98 


8 


2 


1 


92 




72 


4 


1 


1 


178 




11 


70 


6 


1 


5 


240 




85 


1 


1 


2 


26* | . . 


12 


50 


3 


2 


3 


291 




39 


3 


1 


4 


^ |& 


13 


289 


6 


6 


1 


45 




277 


10 


4 


1 


49 




14 


398 


8 


5 


8 


145 




392 


8 


1 


2 


59 




15 


124 


5 


1 


1 


82 




269 


6 


1 


1 


68 




16 


171 


14 


2 


2 


131 




227 


11 


4 


3 


136 




17 


235 


7 


1 




68 




216 


1 


1 


3 


73 




18 


219 


10 


4 


2 


135 




196 


16 


5 


4 


151 




19 


211 


14 


6 


4 


122 




203 


11 


3 


4 


133 




20 


162 


4 


5 


3 


364 




144 


2 




3 


337 


1 


21 


78 


4 




4 


202 




129 


5 


1 


4 


199 




22 


176 


38 


5 


2 


307 


1 


239 


13 


6 


2 


113 




23 


70 


3 


3 


3 


201 




222 


6 


2 


1 


100 




24 


147 


4 


1 


2 


143 




132 


8 


1 


1 


177 




25 


107 


2 


1 


2 


240 




53 


3 


1 


8 


271 





Election Department. 



17 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 
1898. — Continued. 





PRECISVCT 3 


• , 






PRECIMCT 4 


• 






1? 

eats 

3 o 

es P 

Q 


Ph c 
o 

CO 


Sal 


'3 S 

fc"fl 

cofC 


*5 


tab 

03 

eS 
CO 


H ta 

« 2 
RE 

03 

Q 


Ph 6 


CO 


H O cS 

O J „• 
03 O 


2? 

co^ 


H 5" 

SI 

03 

of 

fe 03* 


a 

"C 
■- 

OS 
03 

■j: 


Wards. 


74 


4 

2 
2 
7 
8 
9 
6 
9 
5 
4 
3 

17 
3 
6 
6 
3 

19 

16 
3 
2 
2 

10 
2 
1 


2 
4 
5 

2 
8 
1 
4 


4 
1 
3 

4 

8 
3 


336 
131 
159 
286 

51 
107 
180 
235 

62 
192 
233 
179 

51 
133 
110 
212 
192 
288 

91 
867 
151 

88 
113 
287 
268 


1 


45 

837 

350 

831 

138 

210 

53 

316 

235 

33 

73 

95 

253 

154 

198 

100 

156 

206 

873 

338 

70 

133 

1S3 

135 

313 


3 
5 
3 
9 
5 
3 
7 
13 
13 
3 

3 
15 
3 
1 
9 
1 
5 
4 
3 
5 
18 
5 
3 
5 


3 

6 
5 

1 

13 
5 
3 
1 

3 


5 
1 
3 
3 
1 
9 
2 
3 
3 
5 

6 
20 


302 

90 

73 

161 

79 

63 

136 

153 

125 

211 

270 

259 

45 

196 

145 

326 

220 

229 

118 

164 

246 

251 

158 

211 

83 




1 


228 
199 




2 

3 


185 




4 


?,31 




5 


848 




6 


150 




7 


68 


1| 8 
3 




8 


wra 




9 


87 


1 
1 

1 
1 

8 
1 
8 
8 
14 


1 
4 
8 
8 
1 

3 
1 

2 




10 


107 

8?, 


3 


11 

12 


889 




13 


806 




14 


218 


1 
3 
3 
3 
6 
1 

3 

3 
2 

1 


3 
4 
2 
4 
1 

7 
5 
2 
1 
1 




15 


250 




16 


109 




17 


118 




18 


867 




19 


158 




20 


56 


1 
5 

8 


3 
1 
1 
5 
18 


1 


21 


888 


22 


814 




23 


115 




24 


42 




25 











18 



City Document No. 11. 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1 898. — Continued. 



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 



PKECIJVCT 5. 



O S 

pa § 



CM O 



100 

179 

326 

284 

256 

150 

268 

316 

118 

15 

24 

68 

266 



166 10 

203 
12s! 6 



201 


5 


332 


13 


181 


11 


164 


3 


100 


3 


135 


33 


161 


22 


11 


3 


204 


3 



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S o sS 
EhCOPh 
M „ . 

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SI 



« 



233 

77 

84 

41 

114 

183 

57 

154 

197 

169 

242 

246 

78 

233 

139 

242 

91 

98 

128 

341 

231 

213 

271 

269 

156 



PBECEVCT 6. 



& 5 



238 

192 

273 

126 

153 

50 

259 

297 

85 

33 

18 

241 

203 

136 

132 

29 

237 

261 

215 

105 

37 

41 

52 

122 

118 



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83 
113 

52 
132 

89 
182 

77 
158 
169 
258 
221 
169 

78 
221 
174 
342 

64 
170 
158 
416 
284 
255 
316 
215 
246 



Election Department. 



19 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1 898. — Continued. 





PRECI1VCT 7 








PRECI1VCT 8 


• 






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PS 

SI 

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186 


2 
4 


i 

i 


1 

2 


220 
58 




205 
312 


9 
11 


2 
5 


5 
4 


192 

100 




1 


285 




2 






3 


























4 


























5 


176 


14 


3 




122 




226 


8 


3 




38 




6 






7 


























8 


995 


5 
2 
1 

7 
7 
4 

18 
4 

10 


, 5 

1 

8 

3 

5 

2 


2 

14 
1 
3 

5 

4 
2 
5 


83 
329 
286 
126 

55 
182 
160 
214 

86 
















9 


47 




69 
13 


4 


1 


5 

2 


308 
251 




10 


?,5 


2 


11 


186 






12 


975 




249 
204 
194 


7 

6 

13 


1 

2 


4 


59 
189 
150 




13 


339 




14 


181 




15 


978 




16 


?,88 




283 


13 


7 


2 


150 




17 






18 


317 


14 
2 
4 
2 
8 
4 
3 


3 
4 

1 

2 


52 
2 
8 
4 
1 
1 


191 
345 
259 
293 
271 
338 
159 


1 


260 
82 
64 

188 
51 

132 


23 
9 
2 

10 
3 

10 


10 
1 
1 
8 
1 
2 


3 

1 

1 

2 
7 


114 
387 
333 
174 
291 
357 




19 


107 




20 


195 


1 


21 


60 


22 


59 




23 


88 




24 

25 





















20 



City Document No. 11. 



Number of Votes cast for Governor at State Election, 

1898. — Concluded. 





PRECmCT 9. 


TOTALS. 


5C 

u 




si 

H . 

P-i ° 

" o 

CD 


B c 

01 <S B 

o ° 


«9 


si 


'a 




w o =« 


03 2 <o 

£*« 

o S _• 

Cl cd B 
P ° 


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O O 

S 'm 

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H oS 

H O 
OS 
OrO 

J B 
° ft 


si 

- 

-- 

% 
o 

oq 


j- > 
2 n 

03 03 


1. 


44 


5 




1 


121 


970 


36 


17 


26 


1,978 




3,027 


2 












1,881 
1,479 


37 


31 


15 


736 




2,700 


3. 












27 


15 


10 


703 




2,234 


4.. 












1,068 
1,098 


32 


39 


36 


850 




2,025 


5. 












21 


23 


11 


721 




1,874 


6. 












1,548 
942 
1,591 
1,447 
429 
436 
761 


54 


15 


19 


762 




2,398 


7 . 












35 

88 


14 

59 


10 
9,9 


617 
940 




1,618 


8. 












2,707 


9. 












63 


24 


16 


917 




2,467 


10 


35 

21 


2 






185 
258 


31 

12 

28 


7 
4 
9 


36 
15 

24 


1,922 
2,261 
1,580 


2 

7 


2,427 


11. 






2,73£ 


1ft 








2,405 


13 












2,051 
1,888 
1,519 
1,178 
1,832 


78 


28 


28 


460 




2,64? 


14 












42 


7 


30 


1,358 




3,32E 


15. 








.... 


- 


71 


16 


17 


1,028 




2,651 


16 












53 


16 


18 


1,603 




2,86? 


17. 


157 


1 


6 


2 


195 


46 


28 


21 


1,139 




3,06( 


18. 












1,326 

2,027 

1,148 

740 


79 


31 


18 


1,011 




2,461 


19. 












102 


46 


15 


1,055 




3,24f 


20. 












32 


12 


67 


2,621 


1 


3,881 


21. 


81 


2 




5 


276 


30 


3 


35 


2,181 


3 


2,995 


22. 












1,200 
1,109 


122 

78 


32 
20 


28 
25 


1,688 
1,829 


1 


3,07] 


23 


97 


3 


1 


3 


114 


3,06] 


24. 


111 


6 


3 


55 


201 


1,053 


44 


16 


77 


2,198 




3,38* 


25. 












957 


18 


8 


25 


1,417 




2,42! 


















Is 


31,678 


1,259 


520 


651 


33,575 


14 


67,69' 













* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 69.62 per cent. 



Election Department. 



21 



Votes cast for State Officers (except Governor), State Election, 
1898, in the City of Boston. 



Candidates for Lieutenant-Governor. 



Votes Cast. 



Berry, Socialist Labor 

*Crane, Republican 

Kilbon, Prohibition 

Skinner, Democratic, Social. Nom, Paper. 

Slattery, Democratic 

Scattering 



1,735 

31,239 

680 

963 

32,058 

2 



Total. 



66,677 



Proportion of men registered who voted, #§■§£■ per cent. 



Candidates for Secretary of State. 



Votes Cast. 



Bradley, Democratic, Social. Nom. Paper. 

Inman, Prohibition 

Lloyd, Democratic 

♦Olin, Republican 

Stevens, Socialist Labor 

Scattering 



Total 



1,711 

714 

30,318 

30,579 

1,881 

1 



65,204 



Proportion of men registered who voted, *mm* per cent. 



Candidates for Treasurer and Receiver-General. 



Votes Cast. 



Avery, Socialist Labor 

Jaquith, Democratic 

*Shaw, Republican 

Small, Prohibition 

White, Democratic, Social. Nom. Paper. 
Scattering 



2,168 

30,766 

29,793 

641 

944 

1 



Total 



64,313 



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



22 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for State Officers (except Governor), State Election, 
1898, in the City of Boston — Concluded. 



Candidates for Auditor. 



Votes Cast. 



Grieves, Democratic, Social. Norn. Paper. 

*Kimball, Republican 

Palme, Socialist Labor 

Parker, Democratic 

Sanford, Prohibition 

Scattering 



1,160 

29,595 

1,677 

31,150 

709 

1 



Total 



64,292 



Proportion of men registered who voted, §§W? per cent. 



Candidates for Attorney-General. 



Votes Cast. 



Kilroy, Democratic 

*Knowlton, Republican . . , 
Spelman, Socialist Labor 
Scattering 

Total 



32,533 

30,919 

1,643 

2 



65,097 



* Elected. U.q<T 

Proportion of men registered who voted, %&>mr per cent. 



Votes cast for Councillors, State Election, 1898. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



Davis,* 
Rep. 



Dunham, 
Dem. 



Scattering. 



16 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

Total 



1,429 
2,470 
2,102 
1,607 
1,691 
2,102 



1,256 
1,310 
831 
1,265 
1,241 
1,169 



11,401 



7,072 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 27,050. 
Votes cast, 18,474. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 68.29 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol and the First 
and Second Norfolk Senatorial Districts. 



Election Department. 



23 



Votes cast for Councillors, State Election, 1898. 
THIRD DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


Swallow,* 
Rep. 


Scattering. 


1 


1,922 
987 
991 

1,002 




3 




4: 


3 


5 




Totals 


4,902 


3 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,820. 
Votes cast, 4,905 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 38.26 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop and 
the First, Second and Third Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



HOLDEN, 

Rep. 



McNamara, 

Dem. Ind. 

Nom. Paper. 



Quirk,* 
Dem. 



2 

6' -.'.'.' ' 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

17 

18 

19... 
25 

Totals 



612 

645 

518 

798 

781 

1,883 

2,189 

1,480 

260 

1,143 

832 

970 

898 

881 

1,353 



206 
318 
251 
997 
329 
80 
105 
184 
1,533 
824 
777 
263 
410 
384 
144 



1,823 

1,509 

772 

813 

1,275 

430 

402 

691 

853 

1,255 

977 

1,766 

1,091 

1,889 



15,243 



6,805 



16,440 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 57,368. 
Votes cast, 38,488. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 67.09 per cent. 



24 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 

SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 4. 


Malloney, 
Soc. Lab. 


Ramsdell, 
Dem. 


ROBEKTS,* 

Rep. 




3 
2 
2 

13 
6 

31 


274 
93 
160 
240 
310 
137 


67 


« 2 


152 


" 3. . 


201 


4: 

" 5 


123 

39 


" 6 


86 






Totals 


57 


1,214 


668 






Ward 5. 


2 
2 
9 
6 
9 
5 


125 
25S 
250 
137 
287 
160 


194 


2 


141 


" 3 


37 


4 

" 5 


74 
90 


" 6 


78 






Totals 


33 


1,217 


614 








90 


2,431 


1,282 






* 


Elected. 







Registered voters, 5,557. 
Votes cast, 3,803. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 68.44 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Everett, Lynn, 
Maiden, Melrose, Nahant, Revere, Saugus, Stoneham and Wakefield. 



74 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question : Shall Licenses Be Granted for 
the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? — Municipal 
Election, 1899. 



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 

Totals 



Yes. 



No. 



48,982 



1,880 


1,418 


2,198 


900 


1,640 


890 


1,315 


746 


1,571 


694 


1,999 


753 


1,259 


665 


2,057 


830 


1,868 


944 


1,734 


961 


2,143 


789 


1,688 


1,076 


1,845 


1,064 


2,124 


1,421 


1,666 


1,138 


1,892 


1,225 


2,094 


1,299 


1,923 


1,132 


2,608 


1,029 


2,530 


2,039 


2,415 


1,533 


2,554 


1,302 


2,093 


1,523 


2,135 


2,016 


1,801 


1,183 



28,570 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.38 per cent. 



Election Department. 



73 



Votes Cast on the Question : Shall Chapter 344 of the Acts of 
the Year 1899, entitled "An Act to Make Eight flours a 
Day's Work for City and Town Employees," Be Accepted? — 
Municipal Election, 1899. 



Wards. 



Yes. 



No. 




2,564 


574 


2,752 


267 


2,234 


264 


1,686 


309 


1,911 


289 


2,428 


299 


1,622 


247 


2,505 


336 


2,468 


310 


1,808 


762 


1,510 


1,256 


2,045 


608 


2,643 


241 


3,011 


487 


2,329 


413 


2,442 


603 


2,840 


472 


2,601 


346 


3,143 


488 


3,204 


1,178 


2,631 


1,156 


2,780 


857 


2,592 


903 


2,898 


1,115 


2,189 


703 



60,836 



14,483 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 73.21 per cent. 



Election Department. 



25 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 


McCall,* 
Rep. 


Pebkins, 
Dem. 


Stagey, 
Soc. Lab. 




85 
164 
184 
208 
159 
239 
323 
286 
174 


108 
80 
39 
31 

19 
48 
65 

78 

42 


8 


" 2 


5 


" 3 


4 


4 

5 


9 

2 


6 


2 


7 




8 

9 


11 
1 






Totals 


1,822 


510 


49 






Ward 11. 

Precinct 1 


230 
213 
200 
239 
237 
220 
277 
253 
244 


79 

116 

131 

100 

30 

20 

32 

18 

29 


6 


" 2 


5 


" 3 


9 


" 4 


2 


5 


1 


6 

7 




8 

9 


1 

6 






Totals 


2,113 


555 


30 






Grand totals 


3,935 


1,065 


79 






* 


Elected. 







Registered voters, 7,877. 
Votes cast, 5.079. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 64.48 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Arlington, Cambridge, 
Medford, Somerville and Winchester. 



26 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 

NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 


^ «• S 

P5 


i 

N * ® 


Gallivan, 
Dem. 
Ind.Nom. 




be 

a 

'u 

<D 

O 

02 




6 
5 
7 
13 
4 
2 
9 
6 
3 


60 

40 

86 

60 

123 

232 

207 

215 

68 


15 
13 
23 
20 
39 
43 
40 
53 
13 


186 
257 
294 
254 
186 

66 
169 
138 

86 




2 

" 3 




" 4 




5 

" 6 




7 

" 8 




" 9 








Totals 


55 


1,091 


259 


1,636 








Ward 2. 












Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

" 8 


5 
3 
1 
1 
5 
4 
3 
4 


269 

192 
227 
244 
179 
193 
263 
323 


46 
40 
5) 
41 
37 
39 
64 
61 


71 

57 
99 
56 
55 
88 
44 
67 










26 


1,890 


378 


537 








Ward 3. 












Precinct 1 

2 

• " 3 

" 4 


19 

16 

11 

4 

6 

2 


85 
205 
169 
278 
268 
241 


27 
90 
85 
122 
102 
77 


170 

81 

107 

32 

54 

28 


1 


5 

" 6 








Totals 


58 


1,246 


503 


472 


1 






Ward 6. 














4 

4 

8 

4 

10 

28 

11 

1 


262 

262 
264 
279 
234 
60 
240 
243 


50 
69 
69 
47 
54 
13 
46 
58 


23 
33 
56 
34 
93 
137 
58 
13 




2 

" 3 




" 4 




" 5 




" 6 




" 7 




" 8 








Totals 


70 


1,844 


406 


447 









* Elected. 



Election Department. 



27 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT — Concluded. 



Ward 7. 




Fitzger- 
ald,* 
Dem. 


3 a | 

3 <d o 

d5 




be 
a 
'C 

<s 

+' 

o 


Precinct 1 

2 


16 

4 

16 

17 

4 

6 


103 
105 
150 
75 
236 
247 


36 
27 
59 
11 
76 
65 


8S 
70 
80 
104 
31 
34 




«' 3 




4 




5 

6 




Totals 


63 


916 


274 


407 




Ward 8. 

Precinct 1 


4 

13 

21 

13 

6 

8 


62 
155 

60 
150 
189 
156 


309 

184 

3S 

234 

231 

248 


40 

93 

190 

104 

100 

67 




2 

3 




4 

5 




6 








Totals 


65 


772 


1,244 


594 








Ward 9. 

Precinct 1 


14 
9 
1 
6 
14 
11 
6 


218 
223 
270 
219 
103 
86 
254 


34 
66 
86 
60 
46 
26 
61 


82 
99 
34 
96 
159 
138 
55 




" 2 




" 3 




4 




5 




" 6 




" 7 








Totals 


61 


1,373 


379 


663 








Ward 13. 

Precinct 1 


1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
2 


149 
176 
88 
134 
141 
102 
165 
116 


214 
166 
251 
228 
196 
151 
167 
157 


12 
18 
11 
29 
38 
46 
27 
24 




2 




3 

4 

5 

6 

" 7 




8 


1 




Totals 


11 


1,071 


1,530 


205 








Grand totals 


409 


10,203 


4,973 


4,961 


1 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 29,034. 
Votes cast, 20,547. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 70.79 per cent. 
This district includes also the town of Winthrop. 



28 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTKICT. 



Ward 12. 


Barrows, 
Rep. 


Naphen,* 
Dem. 


Scattering 


Precinct 1 

" 2 


253 
278 
, 151 
226 
226 
141 
90 


91 
74 

111 
138 
96 
278 
241 




" 3 




» 4 




5 




" 6 




7 




Totals 


1,365 


1,029 








Ward 14. 


118 
52 
108 
175 
205 
190 
155 
165 


454 
423 
240 
174 
200 
176 
264 
244 




" 2 




" 3 




" 4 




5 




6 




" 7 




" 8 








Totals 


1,168 


2,175 








Ward 15. 


71 

42 

89 

115 

99 

156 

133 

121 


148 
315 
255 
239 
261 
171 
226 
250 


1 


" 2 




" 3 




4 

5 




6 

" 7 




" 8 








Totals 


826 


1,865 


1 






Ward 16. 


112 
112 
174 
299 
208 
317 
165 


210 
276 
288 
132 
168 
52 
340 




" 2 




" 3 


1 


" 4 


1 


" 5 




" 6 




" 7 








Totals 


1,387 


1,466 


2 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



29 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 

TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. — Continued. 



Ward 17. 


Barrows, 
Rep. 


Naphen,* 
Dem. 


Scattering 




35 

58 

160 

203 

70 

35 

76 

135 

164 


269 
241 
142 
180 
232 
275 
269 
312 
184 




" 2 




» 3 




4 

5 




" 6 




" 7 . ...... 




8 




9 




Totals 


936 


2,104 








Ward 18. 


95 
131 
197 
185 

79 
149 


275 

255 
158 
260 
379 

287 




2 




3 




" 4 


- 


" 5 




" 6 








Totals 


836 


1,614 








Ward 19. 


86 

79 

38 

79 

101 

120 

125 

70 


251 
281 
473 
308 
225 
270 
399 
344 




2 




3 

4 




5 

6 

" 7 




8 








Totals 


698 


2,551 








Ward 20. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


301 
317 
240 
135 
311 
386 
357 
362 


211 
176 
184 
276 
215 
137 
150 
117 


1 

1 
1 


6 




7 




8 








Totals 


2,409 


1,466 


3 







* Elected. 



30 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. — Concluded. 



Ward 24. 



Barrows, 


Naphen,* 


Rep. 


Dem. 


125 


189 


158 


163 


268 


137 


193 


154 


243 


104 


188 


163 


292 


133 


326 


188 


235 


136 



Scattering 



Precinct 1 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 

7. 



Totals 



Grand totals. 



2,028' 



11,653 



1,367 



15,637 



Registered voters 38,205. 

Votes cast, 27,296. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 71.45 per cent. 

The balance of this district is composed of Milton and Quincy. 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 


Baker, 
Dem. 


Sprague,* 
Rep. 


Scattering 


Precinct 1 


99 
152 

77 

93 
121 

60 
148 

78 
103 


194 
182 
130 
233 
221 
265 
234 
326 
257 




" 2 




3 




4t 




" 5 




6 




" 7 


1 


8 

9 








Totals 


931 


2,042 


1 






Ward 22. 

Precinct 1 


218 
265 
246 
145 
181 
73 
80 
222 


294 

99 

61 

223 

182 
237 
278 
155 


1 


" 2 




3 

4 




" 5 




6 

7 

8 








Totals 


1,430 


1,529 


1 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



31 



Votes cast for Congressmen, State Election, 1898. 
ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. — Concluded. 



Ward 23. 



Baker, 
Dem. 



Sprague,* 
Rep. 



Scattering 



Precinct 



86 
251 
245 
209 
207 
104 
93 
68 
111 



Totals 



1,374 



193 
82 
93 
137 
245 
275 
240 
276 
104 



1,645 



Ward 25. 



Precinct 



132 
69 
65 
241 
231 
151 
249 



210 
263 
251 
62 
129 
217 
153 



Totals 



1,138 



1,285 



Grand totals , 



4,873 



6,501 



Registered voters, 16,565. 

Votes cast, 11,376. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 68.67 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Newton, Bellingham, Belmont, 
Brookline, Dedham, Dover, Foxboro', Franklin, Holliston, Hopedale, 
Hyde Park, Medfield, Medway, Milford, Millis, Needham, Norfolk, 
North Attleboro', Norwood, Sharon, Sherborn, Walpole, Watertown 
and Wrentham. 

Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 

FIRST SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 1, 



Efford, 
Soc. Lab. 



Howard, 
Dem. 



Witt,* 
Rep. 



Precinct 1 , 
2 
3 
4. 
5. 
6 
7 

8. 
9 



6 
2 
5 
4 
7 
6 
9 
10 
5 



51 

37 

67 

45 

99 

225 

179 

202 

49 



202 
272 
340 
298 
228 
95 
230 
187 
110 



Totals . 



54 



954 



1,962 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 4,188. 
Votes cast, 2,970. 

Proportion of men registered who voted 70.92 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, Revere and Win- 
throp. 



32 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 3. 


Carter, 
Rep. 


Tague,* 
Dem. 


Precinct 1 


196 
94 

127 
50 
51 
38 


104 


2 

3 

" 4 


290 
228 
387 


5 

" 6 


373 
309 






Totals 




556 


1,691 




Precinct 1 . . . . 


Ward 4. 


79 
162 
203 
124 

44 
119 


256 


" 2 


83 


n o 


145 


4 


242 


5 


310 


6 


139 


Totals 




731 


1,175 


Precinct 1 . . . . 


Ward 5. 


207 

131 

34 

73 

89 

77 


115 


" 2 




266 


3 .... 




266 


4 


1*44 


5 


300 


6 


167 






Totals 




611 


1,258 








Grand totals 




1,898 


4,124 









* Elected. 
Registered voters, 8,632. 
Votes cast, 6,022. 

Proportion of men registered who voted 69.76 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Ward 3 of Cambridge. 



Election Department. 



33 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
THIRD SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 2. 


John 

Donovan, 

Dem. Bryan 

Nom. paper. 


William J. 

Donovan,* 

Dem. 


PlNKOFSKY, 

Rep. Nom. 
paper. 


ROUKKE, 

Dem. Cit. 
Nom. paper. 


Precinct 1 


7 
13 
10 
10 

6 
17 
13 
15 


283 
177 
229 
242 
183 
223 
262 
311 


8 
5 
9 

10 
5 

13 
6 
9 


85 


" 2 


79 


3 


115 


" 4 

" 5 


84 
77 


6 


65 


7 


78 


" 8 


105 


Totals 


91 


1,910 


65 


688 






Ward 6. 

Precinct 1 . . .* 


12 
13 
19 
18 
11 
6 
12 
18 


148 
169 
151 
182 
133 
55 
155 
136 


3 

7 
12 

3 
37 
64 
31 

6 


169 


. " 2 


176 


" 3 


212 


" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 


143 
199 
101 
146 
147 


Totals 


109 


1,129 


163 


1,293 




Ward 8. 

Precinct 1 

" 2 


17 

23 

9 

27 
25 
16 


69 
128 

58 
120 
143 
152 


44 
45 
65 
56 
74 
36 


293 

228 


3 


162 


" 4 

" 5 

" 6 


281 
267 
255 






Totals 


117 


670 


320 


1,486 




Grand totals .... 


317 


3,709 


548 


3,467 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 11,646. 
Votes cast, 8,041. 
Proportion of men registered who voted 69.05 per cent. 



34 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 7. 


COOPEK, 

Rep. 

McKinley 

Nom. paper. 


Kelihek, * 
Dem. 


LUNDY, 

Rep. 




20 
14 
18 
10 
.5 
8 


113 
114 
165 

68 
282 
264 


100 


" 2 


51 


" 3 


84 


" £ 


107 


" 5 

" 6 


30 
44 


Totals 


75 


1,006 


416 


Ward 9. 


22 
25 

7 
16 
29 
20 

6 


240 
266 
322 
260 
136 
104 
316 


79 


" 2 


78 


" 3 


30 


" 4 


89 


" 5 


144 


" 6 


127 


" 7 


58 






Totals 


125 


1,644 


605 






Ward 17. 


10 
13 
20 
27 
13 
6 
8 
26 
47 


254 
234 
130 
161 
213 
244 
242 
291 
153 


40 


2 


43 


" 3 


153 


" 4. 


182 


" 5 

" 6 


74 
50 


'< 7 


74 


" 8 


122 


" 9 


163 






Totals 


170 


1,922 


901 








370 


4,572 


1,922 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 10,422. 
Votes cast, 6,864. 
Proportion of men registered who voted 65.86 per cent. 



Election Department. 



35 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
FIFTH SENATOKIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 



Innes, * 
Rep. 



Palmer, 
Dem. 



Precinct 1 . 

" 2. 

" 3 

" 4. 

" 5. 

" 6 

" 7. 

" 8. 

" 9. 



Totals 




112 

75 
42 
40 
24 
49 
79 
81 
44 

546 



Precinct 1 . 


Ward 12. 


264 
286 
169 
242 
235 
151 
109 


69 


2 


52 


" 3 


98 


" 4 


109 


5 


79 


6 


259 


" 7 


207 


Totals 


1,456 


873 


Precinct 1 . 


Ward 18. 


109 
128 
200 
186 
88 
157 


238 


2 


244 


3 


134 


" 4 


245 


5 


341 


6 


249 






Totals 


868 


1,451 






4,143 


2,S70 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 11,207. 
Votes cast, 7,013. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 62.58 per cent. 



36 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 13. 


Baldwin, * 
Dem. 


Dbyden, 
Rep. 




314 

272 
257 
274 
285 
203 
286 
253 


17 


" 2 


23 


3 


18 


4: 


39 


" 5 


51 


" 6 


47 


7 


31 


" 8 


31 






Totals 


2,144 


257 






Precinct 1 . 


Ward 14. 


460 
422 
237 
169 
182 
168 
244 
233 


109 


" 2 


49 


" 3 


103 


" 4 


173 


" 5 


211 


" 6 


183 


" 7 


156 


8 


162 






Totals 


2,121 


1,146 




Precinct 1 . 


Ward 15. 


143 
299 
235 
232 
247 
155 
202 
211 


61 


2 


38 


" 3 


91 


4 


107 


5 


99 


6 


163 


7 


143 


8 


125 






Totals 


1,724 


827 






Grand totals 


5,989 


2,230 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 12,144. 
Votes cast, 8,219. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 67. 



per cent. 



Election Department. 



37 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
SEVENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 16. 


Jennings, 
Dem. 


Lott, * 
Rep. 


Scattering. 




163 
242 
244 
109 
146 
35 
278 


133 
130 
205 
318 
220 
331 


1 


" 2 




3 




" 4 




" 5 




" 6 




" 7 


199 








Totals 


1,217 


1,536 


1 






Ward 20. 


172 
163 
163 
260 
198 
119 
126 
103 


340 
320 
258 
142 
316 
403 
375 
361 




it 2 




" 3 




4t 




5 

6 

7 

8 








Totals 


1,304 


2,515 




Ward 24. 

Precinct t 


169 
149 
106 
143 
93 
150 
108 
163 
122 


136 
165 
287 
194 
250 
197 
315 
339 
231 




" 2 




3 




4 

5 




6 




7 




8 




9 








Totals 


1,203 


2,114 




Grand, totals 


3,724 


6,165 


1 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 14,027. 
Votes cast, 9,890. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 70.51 per cent. 



38 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 
EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 



Maxwell,* 
Eep. 



Seaver, 
Dem. 



Scattering. 



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



193 

180 
137 
223 
217 
259 
235 
317 
243 



90 

148 
70 
93 

123 
67 

151 
82 

117 



Totals 



2,004 



941 



Ward 22. 



Precinct 1 . 
2 
3 
4 
5. 
6 
7. 



299 
115 

64 
230 
196 
246 

281 
175 



208 
244 
244 
145 
162 
61 
73 
202 



Totals 



1,606 



1,339 



Ward 23. 



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



Totals 



Grand totals. 



186 
74 
98 
141 
250 
302 
250 
268 
105 



1,674 



5,284 



251 

235 

196 

192 

76 

79 

65 

107 



1,287 
3,567 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 13,023. 
Votes cast, 8,852. 
Proportion of men registered who voted 67.97 per cent. 



Election Department. 



39 



Votes cast for Senator, State Election, 1898. 

NINTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. 



Ward 11. 


Feneno, * 
Dem. 


LlFFLEB, 

Rep. 


Scattering. 




96 

151 

148 

139 

67 

25 

29 

37 

52 


218 
181 
194 
203 
191 
208 
264 
227 
226 




2 




" 3 




" 4 




" 5 




" 6 




7 

" 8 




" 9 








Totals 


744 


1,912 








Ward 19. 


278 
282 
452 
302 
200 
255 
380 
344 


97 

89 

58 

97 

128 

134 

138 

66 




" 2 




" 3 




" 4 




" 5 




" 6 




7 

» 8 








Totals 


2,493 


807 








Ward 25. 


161 
81 
75 
254 
238 
162 
269 


188 
246 
239 
56 
125 
202 
141 




" 2 

3 




4 




5 

6 

7 




Totals 


1,240 


1,197 






4,477 


3,916 









* Elected. 
Registered voters, 11,949. 
Votes cast, 8,393. 
Proportion of men registered who voted 70.24 per cent. 



40 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
FIEST DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 



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Precinct 



215 
284 
350 
302 
249 
115 
219 
206 
126 



48 

24 

65 

40 

96 

198 

186 

184 

35 



43 

28 

62 

31 

84 

173 

160 

151 

29 



178 
268 
308 
283 
207 

81 
193 
159 

97 



Totals 



2,066 



876 



761 



1,774 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Ward 2. 


Gilbert W. Car- 
penter, Rep. 


63 p, 

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O " 


o 

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H* 

03 y£ 
1-5 


ga 

•■*,. 

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1-5 


James O'Con- 
nor, Dem., 
Lab. Nom. 




59 
45 
78 
51 
55 
81 
39 
55 


56 
45 

88 
52 
52 
80 
37 
57 


238 
182 
223 
219 
178 
194 
265 
311 


252 
181 

207 
235 
163 
179 
268 
267 


49 


" 2 


39 


" 3 


34 


4: 


40 


5 


17 


6 


27 


" 7 


37 


" 8 


75 






Totals 


463 


467 


1,810 


1,752 


318 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



41 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
THIRD DISTRICT. 







H 








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3^ 


* 










W H 


c" 


Ward 3. 


§ > 


a * 


^ * 


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dm 


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sag 
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OIIN I 

Tola 
Dem. 




w 


t-s 


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170 
79 
95 
35 
41 


166 
82 
86 
30 
43 


117 

303 
263 
386 
359 


93 


" 2 


290 


3 


219 


4 


371 


5 


353 


6 


26 


25 


300 


303 






Totals 


446 


432 


1,728 


1,629 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 







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Ward 4. 




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£ 


•-3 


£ 


CO 


Precinct 1 


185 
64 


144 
52 


229 
190 


70 
157 




2 




" 3 


105 


104 


244 


214 


2 


4 


221 
227 


114 

218 


262 
221 


128 
40 




5 




" 6 


106 


94 


172 


99 




Totals 


908 


726 


1,318 


708 


2 







* Elected. 



42 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
FIFTH DISTRICT. 





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03 






M 


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W a. 


8 P 


* 




Ward 5. 






3*. 

13 8 




be 

d 

43 




■< of 


° s 






+5 

o 
IB 


Precinct 1 


203 


199 


104 


102 




2 


114 


123 


247 


242 




" 3 


32 


32 


253 


256 


2 


4 


74 


68 


131 


136 




5 


74 


75 


290 


301 




6 


71 


64 


166 


171 




Totals 


568 


5.61 


1,191 


1,208 


2 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 





w 


p | 


6 

o 


* 

jz; 


< d 


Ward 6. 


a 

<! 

w 

A 


0> 


hA 43 


M 


F. Mc 
, Dem. 
paper 




'I o 


2 > 


Hi . 

Q 


H 




24 
40 


24 
36 


191 
217 


217 

222 


69 




' 2 


38 




3 


49 


57 


231 


210 


71 




' 4: 


37 

95 

134 


38 

87 

151 


211 

158 

67 


172 

138 

55 


56 




5 


51 




6 


5 




7 


69 
12 


50 
15 


159 
207 


165 
221 


26 




8 


36 








Tc 


tals 


460 


458 


1,441 


1,400 


352 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



43 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 7. 


< 

3 
. % 

5 & <g 


William T. A. 
Fitzgerald,* 
Dem. 


si 

<1 


Thomas 

Mackey,* 
Dem. 


James Rob- 
ertson, Rep. 
Cit. Nom. 




97 
52 
66 
80 
22 
31 


106 
118 
165 
73 
298 
258 


93 
51 
63 
85 
23 
31 


104 
115 
163 
66 
270 
258 


24 


" 2 


8 


" 3 


37 


» 4 


23 


" 5 


10 


" 6 


16 






Totals 


348 


1,018 


346 


976 


118 







EIGHTH DISTRICT. 









* 


t« 






* 






M 








fc, CO 




0? 

o 


&b 


Ward 8. 


a > 
a o rH - 


o 











^S 


^ <J Ph 


H S S 


&j H ft 


05 




b. O <p 


h! i-3 ® 


Ph o ® 


H cl, © 






gpp 




-3^P 


1-5 


c3 
o 
CO 




337 
267 


46 
113 


374 
255 


67 
94 




2 




" 3 


85 
302 
315 


209 
119 
114 


70 
326 
331 


148 
129 
137 




" 4 




5 


2 


" 6 


302 


104 


302 


101 








Totals 


1,608 


705 


1,658 


676 


2 







* Elected. 



44 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 











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i 




a 


cc 


Ward 9. 


0? *„ 

* < s 


AVID A. 

Mahoney,* 
Dem. 


oc 03 


ULIUS J. 
SCHRIFTGIES 

Rep. 




1-5 


R 


l-B 


1-5 




228 


191 


89 


107 


2 


255 
357 
267 
143 
100 
310 


233 
298 
233 
122 
96 
309 


96 
21 
92 
159 
143 
59 


106 


3 


20 


" 4 


87 


" 5 


142 


6 


.124 


" 7 


49 






Totals 


1,660 


1,482 


659 


635 







TENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 


GQ *„ 

S 

§« ■ 

M fe ft 

3 ^ <5 



William C. 

Parker,* 
Rep 


a 

(2 
+-> 

c3 
O 
GO 




118 
190 
193 
190 
162 
263 
341 
310 
187 


105 
163 
173 
40 
145 
235 
314 
308 
173 


2 


" 2 




" 3 




" 4. 




5 




" 6 




" 7 




8 




9 








Totals 


1,954 


1,656 


2 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



45 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 11. 


Charles J. 
Countie, 
Dem. 


Nathaniel G. 
Robinson, 
Dem. 


Charles R. 

Saunders,* 
Rep. 


George S. 
Selfridge,* 
Rep. 


Precinct 1 


87 
181 

152 
179 
75 
24 
36 
36 
46 


88 

147 

130 

112 

62 

27 

41 

32 

51 


212 
199 
206 
206 
191 
191 
248 
220 
209 


196 


2 

3 

" 4 

5 

6 


174 
179 
171 
171 
190 


7 

8 

9 


247 
219 
212 


Totals 


766 


690 


1,882 


1,759 





* 











m ~ 


P-t * 


Ward 12. 


dhn B. 

DCJMON 

Rep. 


LFRED 

Hayes 
Ind. 


DWARD 

Sands, 
Rep. 




1-3 


< 


m 


Precinct 1 


234 


117 


214 


2 


246 


122 


225 


3 


135 


140 


117 


4 


215 
231 


146 
94 


216 


5 


200 


6 


176 


207 


149 


7 


187 


177 


205 


Totals 


1,424 


1,003 


1 326 






* 


Elected. 







46 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 

thirteenth district. 





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Ward 13. 


CO of 




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o 


w 


w 


1-5 


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15 


193 


11 


260 


97 


» 2 


20 
15 
37 
37 
40 
20 
17 


169 
170 
173 
227 
175 
233 
223 


17 
12 
15 
34 
28 
13 
16 


167 
208 
229 
250 
192 
196 
171 


213 


" 3 


142 


" 4. 


138 


5 


90 


" 6 


55 


" 7 


119 


" 8 


88 






Totals 


201 


1,563 


146 


1,673 


942 







FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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Ward 14. 


P5 ^ 


g* 

■4J co 




OHN J. Too 
Dem., Ind. 
paper, Rep 


si 
a 

CD 

o 




fe 


o 


S 


1-3 


-S2 




87 


390 


383 


196 




" 2 


22 
65 
125 
156 
128 
115 
116 


374 
163 

112 
108 
91 
167 
123 


409 
209 
170 
182 
162 
271 
236 


121 
192 
207 
265 
239 
204 
262 




" 3 




" 4 


1 


» 5 




" 6 




" 7 




" 8 








Totals 


814 


1,528 


2,022 


1,686 


1 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



47 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 15. 


o 

H 

H 

c • 

W 


co 
S a 

m a 

M CD 


S 
P 


W 




47 

29 

81 

102 

89 

143 

119 

1C5 


143 
287 
236 
221 
241 
167 
214 
244 


168 
293 
227 
222 
228 
154 
173 
203 


46 


2 

3 


53 

74 


4 


86 


5 

6 


85 
135 


" 7 


142 


8 


110 


Totals 


715 


1,753 


1,668 


731 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 







£* 








Ward 16. 


*3 s 


Frederick 
Fa rwell 
Rep. 


* s 

m * d 
j a a 


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Z co a 


bb 

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03 




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C3 

o 
02 


Precinct 1 


187 
187 


136 
152 


159 
165 


111 
113 


1 


" 2 




3 


223 


199 


204 


178 


1 


4 


S2 


279 


82 


300 




5 


90 


203 


87 


218 




6 


28 
249 


295 
172 


23 
270 


294 
196 




7 




Totals 


1,046 


1,436 


990 


1,410 


2 







* Elected. 



48 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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* 

O 


* 

>• 


Ward 17. 




P5 S 




lis 

3 P » 




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2M 


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5<3"P 




H 


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•"3 


Precinct 1 


39 


73 


248 


205 


" 2 


52 
165 
191 

71 


73 
174 
204 

99 


216 
107 

148 
207 


213 


" 3 


107 


4 


145 


5 


189 


6 


32 
53 


56 

127 


253 
238 


215 


7 


198 


8 


119 

162 


182 
204 


262 
133 


260 


" 9 


130 






Totals 


884 


1,192 


1,812 


1,662 





EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 18. 


ft 

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ft 

& « 
oa M 


Thomas A. 
Conroy,* 
Dem. 


i XT! 

<J o g 
SOP 




1 


96 
140 
194 
185 

77 
147 


98 
132 
193 
183 

77 
163 


254 
206 
124 
205 
315 
240 


205 


(i 


2 


1S3 


u 


3 


116 


ct 


4 


203 


it 


5 


349 


u 


6 


248 








Totals 




*S39 


846 


1,344 


1,304 









* Elected. 



Election Department. 



49 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 





ft 


, T3 


, 




a 






<B 


h a 


< 


a 


•- 


Ward 19. 


PP B 
* 3 


PQ r 

^ a 

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< c 

fc<P 


05 

P 

A* 


sit 

< $ § 


►J 
►J 








2^ 


O 


H S ? 




Precinct 1 


101 


10 


138 


195 


105 


82 


2 


93 


14 


171 


187 


105 


66 


3 


50 


25 


318 


274 


150 


36 


4c 


80 


24 


157 


214 


169 


56 


" 5 


90 


18 


112 


158 


105 


90 


6 


107 


9 


152 


150 


139 


111 


7 


102 


37 


261 


232 


160 


95 


8 


16 


17 


235 


166 


145 


57 


Totals 


699 


154 


1,544 


1,576 


1,078 


593 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 





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Hi 


ft 








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P 


P 


* 


* 




Ward 20. 


RTIIUR E 

Austin, 


1-5 

U 

5° 


RANK A. 

Fostkr, 


3SEPH I. 

Stewar 
Rep. 


bo 

a 

4^ 




< 


P 


Eh 


i-s 


go 


Precinct 1 


240 


191 


286 


224 




2 


202 


175 


279 


230 




3 


189 


172 


226 


197 




4 


245 


245 


123 


114 




5 


240 


181 


274 


255 




6 


146 


93 


. 279 


386 


1 


" 7 


196 
142 


118 
91 


328 
316 


296 
302 




8 




Totals 


1,600 


1,266 


2,111 


2,004 


1 







* Elected. 



50 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 







S 


t*~ 








P 




*- 


Ward 21. 








H * 

« * 
S 3 




M ^* 


En M 


K 5 s 


< j • 




S ^ D3 

PS 


S3 

go 


S a <» 




194 


82 


76 


173 


" 2 


193 
139 

229 
226 


132 

64 

87 
102 


134 

66 

80 

109 


173 


" 3 


127 


4 


2J0 


5 


190 


" 6 


266 
242 
317 
266 


50 

137 

69 

93 


45 

134 

61 

81 


245 


" 7 


200 


8 


292 


" 9 


236 








2,072 


816 


786 


1,846 







TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



Ward 22. 


* 

hi 

pq 

Bed 

>~3 


Joseph E. Dowd, 
Dem. 


r CD 

WPS 
PS 


M 

Hi 

02 as 

.ft 

fe - 

*-3 


.9 

"u 
<s 

o 




305 
150 
74 
208 
210 
240 
235 
155 


177 
206 
225 
130 
129 
48 
81 
194 


274 
98 
53 
207 
171 
233 
270 
158 


188 
223 
246 
136 
151 
52 
64 
198 


1 


» ' 2 




" 3 




" 4 


2 


" 5 




" G 




» 7 




" 8 








Totals 


1,577 


1,190 


1,464 


1,258 


3 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



51 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 
TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 







a 


ft 




H 




m a 


HP 




Ba 


O 

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Ward 23. 


LBEKT A 

Ayers, ] 
Ind., Noi 




o o 


o 

S o 
o H 






<\ 


H 


O 


1-5 


<l 




36 

13 

5 


83 
253 
276 


130 
57 
49 


143 
279 

288 


139 


2 


61 


3 


70 


4 


4 
16 


198 
185 


114 
212 


250 
259 


123 


5 


191 


6 


18 


64 


246 


129 


259 


7 


12 


62 


225 


106 


218 


8 


11 


54 


246 


122 


233 


9 


9 


110 


90 


127 


86 


Totals 


124 


1,285 


1,369 


1,703 


1,380 





TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 24. 




pq 



W 



Precinct 1 . 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Totals 



157 


121 


127 


156 


104 


260 


131 


179 


71 


243 


130 


185 


106 


275 


152 


299 


119 


212 


1,097 


1,930 



153 
139 
116 
150 
102 
145 
97 
148 
113 

1,163 



124 
140 
254 
172 
203 
164 
273 
321 
222 

1,873 



*Elected. 



52 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Representatives, State Election, 1898. 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 25. 


S 

03 

Q 
. & 

CO ^ 

13 <J 

1-5 


. * 

^ ft 

CD 

•RPh 

Hi 


$ fc d 


William D. 
Wheeler, * 
Rep. 




98 
61 
50 
200 
175 
115 
185 


203 
249 
245 
68 
141 
191 
150 


133 
55 
55 
228 
212 
157 
258 


221 


2 


245 


3 


246 


4 


52 


5 


123 


6 

7 


182 
131 






Totals 


884 


1,247 


1,098 


1,200 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



53 



Votes cast for District Attorney, State Election, 1898. 

SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



RICHARDSON. 

Rep. 


Stevens.* 
Dem. 


1,869 


1,096 


700 


1,878 


698 


1,478 


805 


1,057 


724 


1,106 


689 


1,632 


617 


926 


831 


1,677 


861 


1,509 


1,707 


669 


1,529 


1,161 


1,384 


941 


469 


1,903 


1,256 


1,947 


950 


1,601 


1,452 


1,259 


1,145 


1,825 


1,016 


1,342 


1,010 


2,083 


2,348 


1,500 


2,024 


945 


1,612 


1,328 


1,645 


1,361 


2,043 


1,305 


1,309 


1,104 



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 , 



30,693 



34,633 



* Elected. 
Registered voters 97,238. 
Votes cast 65,326. 

Proportion of men registered who voted 67.08 per cent. 
The balance of this district is composed of Chelsea, 
Winthrop. ♦ 



Revere and 



54 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Register of Probate and Insolvency, State 
Election, 1898. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



Wards. 



George,* 
Rep. Dem, 



Scattering. 



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 



2,340 
1,926 
1,634 
1,375 
1,405 
1,652 
1,132 
1,923 
1,757 
1,927 
2,350 
1,913 
1,697 
2,561 
2,063 
2,255 
2,347 
1,764 
2,394 
3,291 
2,583 
2,426 
2,553 
2,820 
1,966 



Totals . 



52,054 



3 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 97,238. 
Votes cast, 52,057. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 53.54 per cent. 
The balance of Suffolk County is composed of Chelsea, Revere and 
Winthrop. 



Election Department. 



55 



Votes cast for Sheriff, State Election, 1898. 
SUFFOLK COUNTY. 



Wards. 



Gallupe, 
Citizens. 



O'Brien, * 
Dem., Rep. 



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 . 



609 
386 
379 
310 
321 
389 
339 
371 
429 
540 
384 
466 
336 
556 
449 
499 
498 
443 
476 
755 
622 
564 
544 
615 
411 



11,691 



1,999 
1,848 
1,583 
1,348 
1,324 
1,556 
1,040 
1,913 
1,625 
1,560 
2,089 
1,620 
1,789 
2,381 
1,911 
1,981 
2,194 
1,631 
2,327 
2,750 
2,111 
2,098 
2,186 
2,422 
1,737 



47,023 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 97,238. 
Votes cast, 58,714. 

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



56 



City Document No. 11. 



Number of Men Registered who Voted 

(AS PER WARD OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LIST) AT STATE ELECTION, 1898. 



50 


PBEfWfCTS. 


Number 

of 

names 

checked. 


Number 
regis- 
tered. 


Per cent, 
regis- 
tered 
who 
voted. 


03 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


1.... 


272 


327 


431 


362 


356 


360 


443 


427 


179 


3,157 


4,188 


75.38 


2.... 


406 


302 


393 


366 


292 


341 


399 


484 




2,983 


3,880 


76.88 


3.... 


312 


41.1 


379 


459 


450 


367 








2,378 


3,075 


77.33 


4.... 


375 


264 


382 


410 


418 


279 








2,128 


2,724 


78.12 


o — 


333 


420 


325 


232 


415 


268 








1,993 


2,833 


70.35 


6.... 


363 


399 


422 


396 


428 


249 


390 


348 




2,995 


4,121 


72.68 


7.... 


261 


228 


299 


227 


365 


367 








1,747 


2,492 


70.10 


8...- 


495 


479 


316 


541 


572 


513 








2,916 


3,645 


80.00 


9.... 


378 


414 


411 


401 


333 


268 


415 






2,620 


3,713 


70.56 


10... 


219 


264 


232 


255 


192 


304 


403 


391 


225 


2,485 


3,952 


62.88 


11. ... 


333 


378 


364 


361 


278 


243 


320 


278 


287 


2,842 


3,925 


• 72.41 


12. . 


355 


362 


284 


374 


336 


442 


342 






2,495 


3,437 


72.59 


13... 


390 


410 


369 


400 


390 


310 


371 


330 




2,970 


3,920 


75.77 


14... 


606 


511 


360 


358 


420 


374 


447 


429 




3,505 


4,491 


78.04 


15... 


234 


375 


354 


363 


371 


341 


383 


379 




2,800 


3,733 


75.01 


16... 


344 


408 


487 


449 


390 


382 


542 






3,002 


3,945 


76.10 


17.:.. 


333 


321 


314 


391 


327 


335 


369 


481 


361 


3,232 


4,217 


76.64 


18.... 


395 


405 


376 


471 


515 


466 








2,628 


3,818 


68.83 


19... 


403 


401 


548 


426 


345 


417 


543 


460 




3,543 


4,482 


79.05 


20... 


547 


506 


436 


426 


538 


541 


525 


494 




4,013 


5,337 


75.19 


21... 


300 


350 


220 


336 


352 


333 


400 


413 


368 


3,072 


4,418 


69.53 


22.... 


542 


416 


339 


424 


405 


319 


373 


407 




3,225 


4,492 


71.79 


23. ... 


285 


366 


376 


373 


480 


401 


347 


355 


228 


3,211 


4,113 


78.07 


24... 


330 


335 


415 


352 


363 


366 


441 


530 


387 


3,519 


4,745 


74.16 


25... 


373 


344 


328 


328 


376 


384 


431 






2,564 


3,542 


72.39 


Tot 




72,023 


97,238 



























Average per cent, of men registered who voted, 74.07. 



Election Department. 



57 



Votes cast for Representative, Special Election, March 1, 1898. 
ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward. 


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11 


761 


85 


10 







*Elected. 
Registered voters 4,133. 
Votes cast 856. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 27.14 per cent. 



Votes cast for Senator, Special Election, March 29, 1898. 





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P 


02 



3 


931 
500 
481 


14 


4 


13 


5 


28 






Totals 


1,912 


55 







* Elected. 
Registered vdters 8,877. 
Votes cast 1,967. 
Proportion of men registered who voted 22.16 per cent. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 
1898. 



60 City Document No. 11. 

Assessed Polls, Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



PBECIACTS. 



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



Totals. 



547 
852 
602 
669 
663 

1,027 
616 

1,213 

1,341 
789 
858 
857 

1,106 

1,147 
586 
696 
956 

1,021 
874 

1,058 
753 

1,125 
450 
801 
953 



586 
729 
746 
582 
722 

1,043 
846 

1,604 

1,436 
909 

1,005 
752 

1,078 
907 
832 
818 
739 

1,279 

1,017 
894 
737 
938 
672 
694 
818 



774 

868 

631 

676 

858 

1,204 

1,020 

1,078 

1,180 

798 

1,003 

764 

1,056 

589 

732 

896 

627 

1,196 

1,040 

802 

466 

748 

720 

891 

584 



706 
730 
880 
711 
620 

1,372 
901 

1,234 

1,282 
768 
835 
936 
950 
583 
647 
839 
799 

1,294 
870 
878 
634 
932 
729 
612 
785 



785 
679 
787 
736 
873 

1,317 
893 

1,404 

1,201 
631 
531 
912 
908 
774 
626 
741 
661 

1,254 
719 

1,087 
750 
975 
933 
612 
610 



825 
749 
656 
694 
743 
680 
922 

1,339 
935 
727 
453 

1,180 
777 
631 
583 
582 
774 

1,199 
807 
922 
628 
641 
785 
611 
789 



893 
859 



1,178 



922 
1,041 

569 
826 
855 
779 
711 
933 
762 



949 
1,004 
838 
706 
535 
880 
940 



792 
1,030 



403 



1,145 



1,080 
484 



613 
539 



894 
800 
710 



1,037 



596 



827 
939 
795 
915 
594 
1,165 



725 

459 
736 



6,311 
6,496 
4,302 
4,068 

4,479 
8,966 
5,198 
7,876 
8,297 
7,356 
6,277 
6,227 
7,624 
6,210 
5,427 
5,505 
6,951 
7,243 
7,103 
7,584 
6,326 
6,980 
5,877 
7,002 
5,479 

161,164 



Election Department. 

Registered Voters (Men), Municipal Election, 1898, 



61 



Wards. 



PRECISCTS. 



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



7. 8. 9 



Total. 



CD -dm £ 

fe8§?>. 
Puf 



CD tn^2 



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. 



362 
524 
441 
486 
455 
479 
371 
561 
580 
412 
453 
518 
513 
777 
332 
472 
469 
548 
530 
711 
474 
773 
341 
472 
573 



412 
432 
555 
371 
559 
518 
351 
640 
642 
414 
525 
489 
552 
657 
529 
586 
450 
624 
524 
674 
511 
589 
457 
442 
507 



549 
499 
476 
484 
494 
604 
438 
455 
537 
352 
525 
394 
497 
461 
506 
656 
413 
584 
672 
575 
338 
485 
475 
613 
450 



4S7 
450 
608 
506 
363 
626 
367 
684 
580 
412 
520 
524 
519 
451 
460 
593 
528 
735 
546 
586 
483 
622 
481 
474 
484 



520 
377 
580 
521 
557 
626 
498 
673 
503 
343 
400 
489 
512 
537 
474 
506 
426 
694 
456 
783 
511 
589 
668 
452 
504 



476 
482 
450 
376 
441 
331 
505 
680 
384 
447 
323 
604 
429 
491 
451 
473 
443 
700 
548 
673 
462 
445 
555 
460 
527 



599 
543 



577 
624 



529 



461 



549 
640 
442 
465 
493 
587 
508 
682 
473 



618 
369 



471 
554 

497 



641 



709 
596 
510 
419 
622 
547 



566 
674 
587 
566 
455 
754 



244 



392 
397 



445 



534 

301 

518 



4,226 
3,931 
3,110 
2,744 
2,869 
4,174 
2,530 
3,693 
3,775 
4,030 
3,954 
3,483 
3,986 
4,515 
3,757 
3,96S 
4,288 
3,885 
4,528 
5,385 
4,496 
4,579 
4,152 
4,807 
3,592 



66.96 
60.51 
72.29 
67.45 
64.05 
46.55 
48.67 
46.89 
45.50 
54.79 
62.99 
55.93 
52.28 
72.71 
69.23 
72.08 
61.69 
53.64 
63.75 
71.00 
71.07 
65.60 
70.65 
68.65 
65.56 



Total 98,457 



Average per cent, of men assessed who registered, 61.09. 



62 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Board of Estimate and Apportionment, Municipal 

Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



FOR TWO YEARS. 



a & 



P5 fc 

M O 

£ to 

Ph " 



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 



1,666 

597 

635 

671 

617 

680 

447 

1,275 

734 

1,389 

1,388 

1,187 

338 

1,055 

839 

1,232 

953 

837 

828 

1,976 

1,825 

1,522 

1,513 

1,753 

1,224 

27,181 



. < 

h, ^ -i 

5 hi a 

H s ® 



1,272 
2,025 
1,450 
1,010 
1,126 
1,688 

990 
1,029 
1,535 

603 
1,029 

910 
2,013 
1,894 
1,462 
1,214 
1,765 
1,397 
2,072 
1,445 
1,013 
1,418 
1,363 
1,244 
1,102 
34,069 

* Elected. 



FOR OWE TEAR. 



H 




U* 


p 


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02 H) 


H £ . 


<J H 


P3 2 fl 

r z S 


w CO . 
£ GO ft 


H J" 1 « 


tJ © 


^Q 


^«« 



1,146 


1,594 


1,860 


528 


1,460 


559 


1,015 


655 


1,151 


565 


1,696 


566 


958 


395 


1,129 


1,124 


1,561 


654 


775 


1,236 


1,288 


1,167 


1,010 


1,073 


1,959 


310 


1,943 


969 


1,507 


782 


1,299 


1,135 


1,805 


907 


1,446 


810 


2,056 


748 


1,631 


1,805 


1,238 


1,593 


1,496 


1,392 


1,522 


1,384 


1,348 


1,631 


1,214 


1,104 



35,513 



24,686 



Election Department. 63 

Votes cast for Street Commissioner, Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



a " s 
as® 



W 

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ft a w o 
02 



1 
2 
3 

5 

6 

7. 

8. 

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



1,074 

1,846 

1,408 

955 

1,024 

1,611 

900 

1,115 

1,465 

568 

647 

841 

1,716 

1,583 

1,126 

1,072 

1,735 

1,400 

1,980 

1,308 

877 

1,529 

1,473 

1,157 

1,095 



1,760 

569 

620 

700 

688' 

619 

478 

1,062 

699 

1,433 

1,758 

1,209 

521 

1,310 

1,121 

1,329 

938 

815 

800 

2,113 

1,973 

1,417 

1,391 

1,853 

1,254 



69 

93 

82 

71 

67 

123 

92 

174 

157 

59 

44 

79 

172 

138 

128 

117 

146 

167 

210 

89 

79 

145 

127 

85 

65 



Totals 



31,505 



28,430 



2,778 



* Elected. 
Propoi'tion of men registered who voted, 63.70 per cent. 



64 City Document No. 11. 

Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 


# 

tE 
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fa o 

s p 

M ft 

g€ 


m 

« 

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O 


PJM 

W r 

m ft 


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$ 

W P 
M 

W ft 


2 
S a 

to <D 


H 
H 
H 

3 
< . 

^ S 

GO 


1 


1,165 


1,607 


78 


42 


684 


46 


1,132 


215 


485 


2 


367 


540 


30 


69 


1,147 


61 


361 


83 


697 


3 


337 


311 


37 


43 


767 


69 


310 


140 


518 


4 


480 


383 


44 


56 


593 


51 


412 


149 


414 


5 


401 


316 


47 


38 


673 


42 


375 


133 


409 


6 


290 


264 


61 


62 


1,050 


59 


595 


86 


465 


7 


242 


174 


10 


34 


537 


48 


277 


48 


290 


8 


511 


400 


53 


113 


690 


104 


1,017 


126 


392 


9 


449 


330 


48 


95 


1,414 


122 


519 


93 


600 


10 


909 


666 


102 


45 


437 


41 


904 


267 


247 


11 


1,099 


778 


115 


29 


587 


33 


1,036 


485 


453 


12 


772 


580 


72 


51 


575 


61 


836 


206 


351 


13 


138 


155 


28 


81 


816 


76 


157 


60 


587 


14. 


678 


489 


45 


76 


900 


77 


631 


192 


541 


15 


513 


338 


27 


70 


770 


99 


477 


138 


563 


16 


987 


535 


56 


84 


672 


102 


803 


197 


524 


17 


610 


477 


85 


72 


960 


77 


576 


207 


666 


18 


504 


355 


71 


80 


662 


76 


495 


155 


447 


19 


467 


307 


54 


131 


1,122 


132 


438 


165 


952 


20 


1,845 


1,005 


96 


62 


882 


70 


1,301 


433 


548 


21 


1,365 


905 


174 


59 


671 


78 


1,244 


390 


509 


22 


978 


673 


94 


126 


719 


119 


905 


264 


1,276 


23 


1,067 


771 


75 


106 


890 


104 


973 


264 


1,625 


24 


1,425 


816 


81 


67 


755 


91 


1,105 


335 


528 


25 


767 


545 


81 


43 


704 


46 


523 


1,518 


467 


Totals. . . 


18,366 


13,720 


1,664 


1,734 


19,677 


1,884 


17,402 


6,349 


14,554 



* Eler.te.el. 



Election Department. 



65 



Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1898. 



OS 
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Wards . 



147 


638 


544 


1,100 


118 


726 


109 


600 


96 


605 


291 


1,118 


55 


482 


126 


864 


103 


1,067 


44 


293 


34 


385 


39 


433 


107 


691 


59 


661 


66 


586 


51 


564 


80 


726 


71 


540 


115 


850 


72 


579 


62 


420 


63 


556 


37 


649 


47 


541 


41 


547 


2,577 


16,221 



874 
256 
237 
311 
255 
198 
163 
269 
351 
1,034 
858 
599 
86 
391 
286 
455 
393 
349 
263 
842 
857 
629 
706 
924 
500 
12,086 



82 

41 

58 

53 

70 

46 

41 

65 

75 

121 

145 

137 

42 

142 

58 

101 

256 

496 

298 

214 

253 

260 

202 

149 

137 

3,542 



87 
124 
179 
110 
129 
228 

90 
822 
173 

50 

6 
134 
391 
189 
245 
283 
1,078 
409 
416 
205 
255 
314 
115 
157 

73 
6,321 



1,122 

330 

325 

428 

364 

297 

260 

506 

423 

1,035 

1,300 

806 

153 

683 

511 

939 

584 

455 

442 

1,800 

1,299 

1,060 

1,142 

1,709 

761 

18,734 



I 
* Elected. 



980 

279 

286 

350 

343 

316 

238 

489 

445 

1,011 

1,359 

1,143 

116 

548 

476 

731 

548 

408 

389 

1,361 

1,217 

935 

980 

1,207 

723 

16,878 



777 

257 

281 

315 

277 

253 

222 

344 

351 

1,042 

1,790 

777 

87 

456 

352 

676 

478 

332 

375 

1,226 

1,234 

877 

915 

1,058 

660 

15,412 



1,711 
1,737 
662 
506 
507 
938 
286 
455 
721 
229 
266 
32S 
628 
620 
559 
489 
689 
408 
778 
534 
379 
503 
590 
528 
458 
15,509 



. 1 

. 2 

3 

4 

5 

e 

. 7 

. 8 

. 9 

.10 

.11 

12 

13 

.14 

15 

16 

17 

.18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 



Totals. 



66 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



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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 



651 

1,179 
671 
517 
670 

1,712 
392 
610 
621 
259 
299 
378 
693 
803 
610 
461 
767 
516 
807 
568 
370 
591 
479 
563 
513 
15,700 



407 

736 
557 
442 
605 
647 
527 

1,096 

1,100 
291 
263 
897 
945 
748 
693 
674 

1,223 
926 

1,485 
553 
473 
783 
682 
537 
672 
17,962 



61 
59 
54 
51 
38 
72 
52 
118 
118 
48 
34 
52 
80 
96 
76 
90 
81 
99 
127 
63 
54 
131 
108 
68 
58 



41 
55 
26 
30 
29 
68 
50 

131 
91 
37 
24 
50 
46 
62 
62 
56 
49 
78 

110 
47 
48 

140 

127 
41 
28 



1,526 1,140 



24 


19 


108 


31 


35 


177 


18 


22 


281 


24 


24 


146 


19 


16 


246 


36 


40 


328 


31 


30 


175 


100 


81 


1,276 


75 


73 


183 


33 


32 


93 


17 


15 


134 


33 


29 


147 


34 


31 


574 


48 


42 


289 


37 


33 


347 


48 


47 


225 


35 


49 


295 


63 


84 


190 


84 


180 


394 


32 


34 


208 


34 


34 


156 


131 


121 


265 


81 


76 


108 


37 


33 


113 


22 


28 


114 


1,127 


1,208 


6,572 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 67 

Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1898. 



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Si 

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Wards. 


262 


396 


414 


28 


565 


431 


316 


427 


651 


1 


100 


801 


688 


54 


181 


751 


664 


846 


200 


2 


113 


1,316 


580 


48 


199 


470 


376 


614 


248 


3 


126 


816 


394 


45 


216 


330 


251 


454 


330 


4 


120 


878 


462 


32 


248 


384 


360 


533 


273 


5 


97 


761 


505 


36 


150 


826 


631 


824 


185 


6 


85 


415 


536 


48 


152 


461 


332 


410 


241 


7 


108 


1,033 


921 


65 


313 


362 


269 


397 


285 


8 


144 


655 


635 


46 


222 


657 


482 


743 


342 


9 


364 


199 


220 


21 


363 


170 


142 


214 


714 


10 


309 


185 


193 


10 


450 


197 


166 


209 


651 


11 


263 


331 


376 


93 


386 


331 


255 


402 


564 


12 


68 


751 


956 


69 


79 


1,770 


1,171 


823 


606 


13 


182 


693 


794 


67 


375 


1,181 


1,731 


771 


1,387 


14 


150 


612 


778 


49 


239 


953 


1,041 


562 


1,071 


15 


837 


445 


744 


41 


431 


538 


551 


520 


817 


16 


199 


600 


815 


59 


412 


644 


572 


1,030 


438 


17 


130 


417 


521 


95 


338 


504 


464 


1,412 


371 


18 


132 


769 


873 


91 


404 


827 


600 


1,394 


363 


19 


716 


450 


1,340 


49 


841 


508 


520 


576 


1,174 


20 


394 


334 


420 


39 


1,443 


348 


257 


489 


898 


21 


286 


486 


675 


71 


812 


560 


393 


858 


736 


22 


262 


477 


737 


39 


927 


556 


391 


718 


784 


23 


602 


452 


921 


37 


676 


505 


450 


558 


1,048 


24 


194 


468 


438 


56 


403 


383 


454 


561 


442 


25 


6,243 


14,740 


15,936 


1,288 


10,825 


14,647 


12,839 


16,345 


14,819 


Totals. 



* Elected. 



68 City Document No. 11. 

Votes cast for Aldermen, Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 






M ^ 

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So 

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a « 

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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

J) 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



919 
405 
851 
777 
888 
455 
330 
449 
414 
861 
989 
644 
351 
763 
629 
756 
566 
424 
503 
1,196 
1,151 
1,036 
955 
1,051 
696 



554 

1,274 
659 
477 
438 
639 
923 
342 
850 
288 
569 
378 
960 
860 
713 
531 
734 
487 
657 
536 
355 
462 
499 
483 
343 



14 


262 


19 


77 


15 


93 


16 


131 


14 


113 


37 


109 


15 


334 


45 


122 


28 


189 


17 


417 


12 


253 


42 


236 


35 


69 


68 


225 


46 


199 


26 


244 


23 


151 


36 


181 


42 


376 


25 


301 


8 


341 


67 


561 


30 


356 


18 


306 


11 


207 


709 


5,853 



142 
1 

2 
48 



18,059 



15,011 



615 



691 



233 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



69 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 





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199 


190 


60 


49 


52 


192 


" 2 


255 


253 


34 


24 


22 


247 


" 3 


307 


304 


68 


61 


51 


322 


11 4 


293 


285 


46 


43 


37 


289 


" 5 


207 


190 


118 


96 


105 


197 


" 6 


92 


69 


222 


197 


204 


79 


" 7 


227 


195 


167 


161 


170 


204 


" 8 


254 


159 


195 


163 


174 


162 


" 9 


111 


119 


41 


40 


39 


109 


Totals 


1,945 


1,764 


951 


834 


854 


1,801 





Ward 2. 


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P 
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" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 


56 

57 
77 
50 
47 
76 
43 
70 


272 
194 
245 
227 
213 
238 
317 
325 


264 
191 

249 
228 
187 
218 
295 
321 


45 
39 
72 
41 
36 
74 
37 
51 


270 
190 
240 
235 
179 
212 
295 
308 


43 

39 
68 
40 
32 
70 
28 
57 


Totals 


476 


2,031 


1,953 


395 


1,929 


377 



* Elected. 



70 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 





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84 


185 


181 


87 


81 


179 


" 2 


268 


93 


85 


258 


244 


89 


" 3 


206 


114 


117 


259 


190 


117 


" 4 


354 


33 


37 


320 


318 


39 


" 5 


332 


57 


54 


318 


315 


54 


" 6 


289 


23 


29 


271 


261 


24 


Totals 


1,533 


505 


503 


1,513, 


1,409 


502 











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77 


253 


72 


221 


67 


218 


2 


148 


66 


136 


68 


136 


75 


3 


182 


127 


175 


122 


177 


125 


4 


105 


205 


111 


199 


136 


192 


5 


48 


286 


50 


302 


62 


273 


6 


92 


125 


107 


123 


90 


111 


Totals 


652 


1,062 


651 


1,035 


668 


994 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



71 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 



Ward 5. 


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2... 
3... 
4... 
5... 
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123 

249 
274 
132 
249 
195 


174 

114 

31 

72 
82 
71 


104 
243 
267 
134 
261 
204 


111 

248 
268 
131 
252 
158 


182 
101 
32 
64 
73 
70 


168 
109 
31 
68 
79 
70 


1 


Totals 


1,222 


544 


1,213 


1,168 


522 


525 


1 



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Cit. Nom. Rep. 


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149 
190 
210 
193 
193 
35 
128 
187 


25 
34 
43 
26 
102 
135 
86 
12 


184 
235 
186 
181 
148 
45 
161 
271 


141 
134 
168 
95 
138 
108 
170 
105 


21 

25 

11 

12 

9 

9 

11 

9 


4 
11 

18 
12 
18 

8 
7 
6 


250 
228 
205 
231 
150 
48 
152 
243 


13 

21 
25 

14 

72 

142 

45 

7 


30 


2 


17 


3 


19 


4 


58 


5 

6 

7 


20 

6 

17 


• " 8 


12 


Totals 


1,285 


463 


1,411 


1,059 


107 


84 


1,507 


339 


179 







* Elected. 



72 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 





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117 
126 


97 
62 


78 
49 


124 
117 


114 
141 


70 


" 2 


71 


" 3 


140 

58 


84 
91 


68 
65 


141 
63 


131 
61 


80 


" 4 


84 


5 


273 

282 


35 
31 


22 
21 


262 
251 


258 
223 


27 


" 6 


28 


Totals 


996 


400 


303 


958 


928 


360 



Ward 8. 


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" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5.... 
" 6 


306 
231 
61 
272 
285 
323 


10 
25 
54 
23 
20 
29 


32 

31 
6 
29 
61 
23 


33 
95 
167 
86 
66 
66 


9 
26 
47 
23 
10 
21 


317 
217 
48 
267 
283 
289 


313 

200 

39 

285 
327 
279 


22 
83 
157 
71 
51 
55 


22 
13 
3 
35 
39 
18 


21 
24 
6 
26 
45 
17 


29 
40 
10 
25 
41 
30 


36 

65 

115 

62 

87 
56 


Totals 


1,478 


161 


182 


513 


136 


1,421 


1,443 


439 


130 


139 


175 


421 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



73 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 









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27 
16 


76 
85 
15 


93 
113 
101 


24 
25 
10 


72 
87 
13 


197 
185 
219 


184 
199 

267 


31 
32 

28 


201 


2 


240 


" 3 


267 


4 


29 
15 

23 

18 


70 
151 
131 

47 


128 
165 
124 
123 


20 
25 
16 
10 


66 
150 

132 
42 


190 
102 

72 
198 


216 
113 

88 
291 


32 
14 
20 
22 


207 


5 


126 


"• 6 


90 


7 


252 






Totals 


160 


575 


847 


130 


562 


1,163 


1,358 


179 


1,383 







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* 






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45 


66 


82 


91 


71 


83 


1 


2. 


74 


123 


70 


63 


127 


139 




3. 


60 


157 


31 


31 


161 


156 




4. 


60 


139 


32 


33 


140 


138 




5. 


36 


104 


15 


17 


97 


97 




6. 


76 


189 


29 


32 


184 


166 




7. 


119 


242 


39 


43 


225 


215 




8. 


176 


200 


59 


56 


219 


174 




9. 


74 


126 


31 


35 


139 


116 




Totals . . . 


720 


1,346 


388 


401 


1,363 


1,284 


1 



* Elected. 



74 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 





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217 


66 


64 


69 


229 


227 


" 2 


183 


51 


101 


116 


160 


157 


3 


168 


123 


120 


135 


187 


177 


4 


158 


130 


86 


87 


208 


222 


5 


168 


68 


30 


24 


209 


231 


6 


159 


41 


18 


20 


184 


192 


7 


215 


50 


26 


23 


239 


253 


8 


163 


64 


23 


11 


206 


232 


9 


178 


35 


22 


17 


195 


200 


Totals 


1,609 


628 


490 


502 


1,817 


1,891 







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249 


52 


261 


56 


48 


252 


2 


243 


48 


238 


42 


34 


244 


3 


134 


91 


131 


92 


89 


134 


4 


215 


100 


203 


103 


88 


204 


5 


182 


70 


174 


64 


62 


180 


6 


139 


232 


132 


232 


224 


138 


7 


92 


199 


118 


169 


189 


105 


Totals 


1,254 


792 


1,257 


758 


734 


1,257 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



75 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 



Ward 13. 


Thomas J. 
Collins,* 
Dem. 


5*-. 


Frank J. 
Linehan,* 
Dem. 


Michael J. 
Lydon,* 
Dem. 


George E. 
Roulston, 
Rep. 


George F. 
Walton, 
Rep. 




259 
270 
225 
259 
259 
201 
242 
227 


20 
51 
38 
32 
45 
46 
34 
26 


229 

268 
221 
270 
247 
189 
234 
228 


253 

279 
256 
281 
249 
199 
207 
218 


22 
33 
18 
26 
40 
43 
74 
31 


6 


" 2 


15 


3 


12 


4 


23 


5 


30 


6 

7 

8 


41 
18 
14 


Totals 


1,942 


292 


1,886 


1,942 


287 


159 



Ward 14. 


John McK. 
Cameron, 
Rep. 


George A. 

DONAHOE,* 

Dem. 


Herman 
Hormel, 
Rep. 


Edward L. 
Logan,* 
Dem. 


James F. 
Mulcaiiy,* 
Dem. 


Precinct 1 


106 
24 
95 
142 
182 
154 
115 
133 


366 

354 
204 
156 
159 
141 
199 
209 


119 
56 
107 
154 
195 
182 
152 
147 


396 
366 
242 
191 
199 
187 
241 
240 


360 


2 


366 


" 3 


220 


4 


173 


5 


161 


6 


159 


7 


222 


8 


234 






Totals 


951 


1,788 


1,112 


2,062 


1,895 





* Elected. 



76 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 







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42 
27 


147 
250 


8 
26 


48 
44 


120 
254 


5 
15 


123 
240 


8 
18 


39 


" 2 


23 


" 3 


68 

87 

80 

129 


211 
180 
197 
131 


20 
10 

25 
35 


97 
120 

87 
124 


196 
190 
232 
149 


13 

3 

13 

17 


207 
174 
200 
145 


11 
2 
9 

18 


58 


4 


77 


" 5 


70 


6 


119 


7 


86 
96 


144 

184 


66 

54 


92 

89 


142 

174 


27 

27 


162 

190 


26 

21 


88 


" 8 


104 






Totals 


615 


1,444 


244 


701 


1,457 


120 


1,441 


108 


578 









* 

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P* 


P 






Ward 16. 


K 

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Earle, 
Dem. 


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115 


117 


165 


106 


111 


101 




2... 


98 


188 


220 


93 


182 


97 


2 


3... 


159 


221 


239 


165 


221 


164 




4... 


258 


131 


111 


263 


90 


247 




5... 


198 


132 


123 


195 


117 


191 




6... 


271 


76 


38 


253 


23 


253 


2 


7... 


170 


244 


236 


160 


301 


160 




Totals 


1,269 


1,109 


1,132 


1,235 


1,045 


1,213 


4 



Elected. 



Election Department. 



77 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 





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224 


243 


223 


37 


39 


39 




2... 


228 


232 


232 


61 


56 


55 




3... 


116 


117 


110 


154 


147 


158 


1 


4... 


148 


148 


153 


176 


174 


174 




5... 


204 


183 


210 


64 


69 


62 




6... 


239 


220 


251 


34 


43 


40 




7... 


248 


225 


258 


55 


56 


48 




8... 


283 


250 


284 


114 


101 


117 




9... 


145 


139 


160 


159 


148 


145 




Totals 


1,835 


1,757 


1,881 


854 


833 


838 


1 



Ward 18. 


Daniel N. S. 
Barker, 
Rep. 


James J. 

Casey,* 
Dem. 


John J. 
Curley,* 
Dem. 


Isaac L. 
Verveer, 
Rep. 


Joseph E. 
Wagner, 
Rep. 


James A. 

Watson, * 
Dem. 


Prec 

i 

t 
i 


inct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


68 
113 
149 
162 

67 
142 


255 
187 
117 
227 
305 
254 


232 
187 
106 
217 
322 
248 


91 
113 
157 
195 

59 
132 


81 
123 
173 
174 

62 
143 


229 

204 
117 

227 
362 
279 


Tc 


tals 


701 


1,345 


1,312 


747 


756 


1,418 





* Elected. 



78 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 



Ward 19. 


William H. 
Doyle,* 
Dem. 


Frank J. 
Kelter, 
Eep. 


* 

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William H. 

TOBIN, 

Eep. 


James F. 
Vila, 
Eep. 


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inct 1 
2 
3 

4: 

5 
6 

7 
8 




196 
199 

2S1 
218 
154 
208 
260 
261 


107 
106 
141 
120 
112 
143 
212 
90 


204 
172 
332 
250 
150 
202 
288 
245 


175 
163 
249 
200 
144 
181 
205 
229 


132 
131 
142 
158 
145 
157 
173 
117 


86 
80 
35 
63 
101 
108 
87 
57 


1 


Totals 


1,777 


1,031 


1,843 


1,546 


1,155 


617 


1 





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194 


302 


170 


171 


247 


259 


" 2 


186 


260 


169 


165 


260 


250 


" 3 


154 


185 


162 


181 


186 


181 


4 


226 


117 


226 


256 


108 


118 


" 5 


230 


212 


256 


186 


243 


220 


6 


177 


292 


153 


102 


281 


298 


7 


146 


285 


159 


111 


302 


314 


8 


121 


261 


139 


85 


286 


291 


Totals 


1,434 


1,914 


1,434 


1,257 


1,913 


1,931 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



79 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 



Ward 21. 


Martin P. F. 
Curley, 
Dem. 


Herbert E. 
Edmonds, 
Dem. 


Fred A. 
Emery,* 
Rep. 


Frederick W. 
Klemm,* 
Rep. 


Matthew M. 
Morris, 
Dem. 


Temple A. 

WiNSLOE,* 

Rep. 


Prec 


inct 1 

2 

' 3 

' 4 

' 5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


107 
160 

92 
100 
119 

57 
147 

75 
102 


92 

119 

68 

70 

103 

45 

142 

67 

95 


202 
190 
140 
232 
208 
254 
218 
292 
243 


194 
186 
137 
217 
205 
242 
210 
281 
229 


93 

119 

66 

80 

121 

49 

140 

63 

93 


189 
163 
121 
214 
204 
242 
210 
275 
220 


Totals 


959 


801 


1,979 


1,901 


824 


1,838 











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209 


174 


281 


302 


319 


171 




2.. 


263 


225 


100 


124 


117 


232 


1 


3.. 


227 


244 


53 


57 


50 


266 




4.. 


115 


134 


227 


225 


257 


119 




5. 


156 


122 


174 


196 


215 


122 




6.. 


59 


47 


229 


236 


238 


46 




7.. 


71 


75 


255 


253 


252 


74 




8.. 


177 


181 


163 


173 


185 


175 


1 


Totals .... 


1,277 


1,202 


1,482 


1,566 


1,633 


1,205 


2 



* Elected. 



80 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 







* 


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M 

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Precinct 1 


145 


108 


92 


142 


96 


155 


40 




" 2 


64 


297 


227 


85 


251 


62 


19 




3 


73 


273 


235 


61 


254 


72 


21 


1 


4 


119 


199 


187 


115 


199 


102 


42 




5 


212 


175 


228 


175 


179 


159 


118 




6 


241 


73 


94 


178 


115 


179 


170 


1 


7 


189 


48 


81 


169 


95 


142 


133 




8 


202 


43 


54 


247 


109 


201 


91 




9 


81 


104 


98 


85 


134 


67 


20 




Totals 


1,326 


1,320 


1,296 


1,257 


1,432 


1,139 


654 


2 







r* 










Ward 24. 


> 
•-3 


c 

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Precinct 1 


175 


169 


102 


116 


180 


107 


2 


119 


131 


150 


155 


117 


169 


3 


105 


111 


240 


245 


118 


244 


4 


121 


137 


159 


167 


140 


172 


5 


66 


66 


200 


222 


79 


208 


6 


128 


129 


164 


179 


134 


171 


7 


104 


95 


273 


266 


97 


274 


8 


150 


132 


318 


320 


137 


302 


9 


110 


114 


182 


202 


111 


181 


Totals 


1,078 


1,084 


1,788 


1,872 


1,118 


1,828 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



81 



Votes cast for Members of Common Council, Municipal 
Election, 1898. 



Ward 25. 


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3* 


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£ 


H 


H 


D 


w 


W 




114 
47 


139 
47 


112 
45 


198 
271 


220 
270 


215 

277 




2 


1 


3 


38 


42 


39 


252 


249 


250 




4 


222 


235 


220 


66 


87 


71 




5 


200 


194 


173 


126 


172 


131 




6 


126 


119 


105 


203 


230 


212 




7 


222 


223 


209 


138 


149 


140 




Totals 


969 


999 


903 


1,254 


1,377 


1,296 


1 







* Elected. 



) 

/ ' 



82 



City Document No. 11. 



Votes cast (Men and Women) for School Committee (Three 
Years), Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



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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 



1,857 


1,270 


663 


419 


620 


502 


747 


494 


650 


479 


472 


360 


434 


372 


697 


535 


692 


557 


1,329 


1,264 


1,301 


1,938 


1,201 


1,182 


235 


216 


1,128 


934 


877 


735 


1,226 


947 


866 

772 


706 
614 



771 
1,920 

1,834 
1,408 
1,463 
1,760 
1,161 
26,084 



515 

1,786 
1,811 
1,182 
1,420 
1,517 
1,160 
22,915 



275 
347 
301 
258 
246 
338 
288 
433 
437 
217 
159 
249 
603 
541 
454 
330 
396 
380 
497 
305 
236 
412 
386 
314 
228 
8,630 



477 
250 
244 
237 
236 
252 
207 
346 
327 
746 

1,416 
611 
176 
437 
357 
555 
452 
299 
399 
981 

1,031 
700 
740 
729 
696 



12,901 



992 

326 

412 

413 

367 

283 

246 

429 

419 

1,056 

1,732 

939 

130 

774 

613 

804 

561 

494 

474 

1.679 

1,515 

991 

1,177 

1,392 

979 

19,197 



998 

1,716 

1,464 

931 

1,098 

1,546 

827 

1,243 

1,325 

398 

401 

732 

1,721 

M 

1,293 
1,057 
1,656 
1,140 
1,711 
1,131 
761 
1,140 
1,083 
1,069 
1,036 
29,167 



393 
195 
177 
177 
249 
225 
241 
290 
372 
694 

1,363 
586 
220 
544 
446 
542 
437 
376 
467 

1,020 
980 
743 
842 
657 
597 

12,83f 



996 

1,672 

1,282 

906 

1,039 

1,475 

852 

1,216 

1,336 

417 

384 

771 

1,705 

1.697 

1,335 

1,068 

1,687 

1,120 

1,749 

1,196 

832 

1,185 

1,115 

1,119 

,118 

272 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



83 



Votes cast (Men and Women) for School Committee (Three 
Years), Municipal Election, 1898. 



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956 

1,631 

1,239 

884 

959 

1,456 

799 

1,194 

1,332 

391 

368 

761 

1,897 

1,666 

1,361 

1,079 

1,640 

1,136 

1,751 

1,168 

762 

1,130 

1 106 

I 



1,141 

894 

657 

551 

591 

875 

450 

808 

686 

632 

567 

699 

780 

1,016 

834 

926 

970 

683 

924 

1,300 

1,021 

1,017 

939 

:,131 

835 

20,927 



915 
316 

415 

404 

366 

319 

247 

447 

417 

1,054 

1,813 

893 

122 

787 

615 

794 

550 

442 

490 

1,493 

1,547 

980 

■•.,166 

1,258 

925 

18,775 



1,058 
352 
2 

394 
313 
307 
266 
407 
464 
680 
492 
923 
178 
533 
388 
686 
513 
482 
430 
896 
887 
757 
668 
879 
535 



13,786 



846 

738 

704 

668 

836 

509 

754 

804 

1,175 

1,119 

1,109 

467 

1,135 

869 

1,162 

1,018 

846 

903 

1,784 

1,678 

1,704 

1,591 

1,709 

1,218 



26,945 



960 
1,661 
1,300 
884 
996 
1,474 
881 
1,330 
1,293 
426 
383 
742 
1,859 
1,781 
1,490 
1,099 
1,654 
1,157 
1,786 
1,190 
776 
1,148 
1,099 
1,068 
1,050 
29,487 



891 

297 

336 

396 

375 

255 

293 

414 

420 

1,082 

1,840 

908 

117 

742 

561 

878 

593 

430 

443 

1,467 

1,551 

995 

1,164 

1,253 

953 

18,654 



922 

1,612 

1,245 

872 

1,016 

1,439 

842 

1,162 

1,287 

382 

361 

780 

1,751 

1,332 
1,062 
1,716 
1,355 
1,832 
1,155 

785 
1,137 
1,093 
1,010 

993 
28,830 



. 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. 



84 City Document No. 11. 

Votes cast (Men and Women) for School Committee (Three 
Years), Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



• # 

■< » ■ 


J. Carleton 

Nichols,* 
Com. 100, I. W., 
P. S. Ass'n, Rep. 


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o 


918 


1,679 


1,432 


1,133 


1,627 


529 


446 


385 


1,197 


574 


484 


325 


879 


659 


580 


448 


974 


561 


470 


365 


1,401 


443 


338 


335 


795 


419 


337 


303 


1,136 


658 


517 


451 


1,264 


690 


514 


491 


348 


1,516 


1,134 


712 


356 


2,111 


1,007 


568 


694 


1,381 


937 


690 


1,632 


288 


175 


202 


1,601 


1,434 


884 


679 


1,201 


1,027 


696 


493 


1,008 


1,281 


918 


720 


1,547 


868 


673 


622 


1,075 


768 


595 


. 894 


1,638 


695 


545 


761 


1,236 


2,122 


1,413 


1,087 


687 


2,090 


1,416 


1,010 


1,041 


1,512 


1,109 


965 


1,050 


1,661 


1,106 


889 


1,115 


1,869 


1,394 


946 


1,008 


1,290 


875 


638 


27,428 


28,125 


19,995 


16,112 



M W 

o <! a 

_: = i. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

t 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



1,121 
360 
228 
417 
338 
310 
247 
416 
446 
697 
556 
645 
178 
590 
467 
754 
536 
498 
451 

1,210 
962 
816 
785 

1,320 
613 



14,970 



10 



* Elected. 



p 



Election Department. 



85 



Votes cast (Men and Women) for School Committee (One Year), 
Municipal Election, 1898. 



Wards. 



Frederick S. 
Bennett,* 
Com. 100, 
I. W., Rep. 



William 

Rosnosky, 

Dem. 



Scattering. 



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 



1,904 

617 

653 

750 

655 

576 

481 

794 

721 

1,588 

1,933 

1,348 

265 

1,198 

930 

1,324 

955 

847 

895 

2,319 

2,146 

1,740 

1,745 

2,047 

1,412 



1,543 

1,234 

859 

910 

1,395 

843 

1,155 

1,334 

425 

351 

764 

1,737 

1,694 

1,318 

1,086 

1,582 

1,189 

1,771 

1,087 

783 

1,089 

1,061 

990 

951 



29,843 



* Elected. 



27,999 



86 City Document No. 1-1. 

Registered Women Voters, Municipal Election, 1898. 



1. 

2. 

8. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

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



Wards. 



PK15CI1VCTS. 



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



76 

16 

118 

31 

58 

7 
13 

1 
13 
19 
75 
80 

7 
45 
22 
50 

7 
24 
19 
108 
98 
40 
46 
32 
65 



103 
24 
48 
80 
56 
14 
34 
35 
17 
47 
23 

102 
11 
11 
20 
36 
13 
38 
32 

104 
49 
20 
7 
48 
84 



130 
17 
53 
81 



33 

38 
6 
53 
96 
65 
8 
58 
44 
50 
72 
50 



37 
21 
16 
88 
102 



22 
10 
56 
22 
16 
23 
21 
11 
60 
62 
72 
22 
84 
78 
62 
72 
50 
33 
25 
116 
66 
29 
48 
29 



90 
11 
16 
21 
26 
14 
19 
9 
71 
23 
34 
57 
19 
124 
66 
65 
19 
20 
34 
74 
95 
23 
84 
79 
65 



25 
7 
20 
25 
12 
17 
9 
66 
46 
37 
35 
24 
88 
87 



24 
12 



36 



14 



46 
96 
116 
46 
88 
71 
82 



12 
69 
41 
33 

25 
68 
75 
27 
20 

37 
103 
50 
80 
81 
133 
67 



51 35 



39 



42 
44 

39 

7 
67 
103 
37 
60 
97 



28 



42 



65 

26 
45 



Totals. 

569 
129 
247 
289 
196 
76 
139 
113 
196 
403 
435 
444 
122 
520 
436 
359 
288 
251 
216 
661 
729 
333 
437 
641 
494 



Total 



,723 



Election Department. 



87 



Number of Women Registered Who Voted for School Committee. 

(AS PER WARD OFFICERS 1 RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LIST) AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1898. 



Wards. 



PKKCIiVCTS. 



2. 



:j. 



4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 



Number 

of 

names 

checked. 



Number 
regis- 
tered. 



Per cent. 

regis- 
tered 
who 
voted. 



43 
14 
78 
20 
34 
1 
7 
1 
10 
10 
52 
51 
2 
28 
14 
28 
4 
20 
10 
58 
48 
31 
31 
12 
39 



89 
10 
25 
52 

5 

3 
21 
19 

3 
37 
53 
43 

4 
40 
32 
25 
50 
30 

4 
43 
23 
14 
13 
45 
77 



49 
18 

8 
38 
14 

2 
10 
16 

5 
35 
38 
49 

8 

64 
54 
38 
33 
33 
20 
12 
80 
39 
19 
22 
18 



54 
10 
10 

9 
20 

7 
15 

6 
43 
13 
17 
36 

9 

86 
35 
27 

9 
10 
24 
23 
51 
15 
46 
37 



4 
13 

4 
13 

5 

7 
15 

1 
41 
29 
26 
23 
14 
55 
65 
34 

2 
45 
27 
37 
68 
35 
63 
40 



44 I 49 



25 
61 
22 
56 
45 
77 
36 



22 



6 
33 

56 
30 

28 



IS 



40 

17 

19 



354 
86 
149 
174 
106 
28 
82 
55 
121 
237 
265 
294 
59 
346 
282 
184 
162 
160 
137 
333 
422 
235 
266 
348 
316 



569 
129 
247 
289 
196 
76 
139 
113 
196 
403 
435 
444 
122 
520 
436 
359 
288 
251 
216 
661 
729 
333 
437 
641 
494 



62.21 
66.67 
60.32 
60.21 
54.08 
36.84 
58.99 
48.67 
61.73 
58.81 
60.92 
66.22 
48.36 
66.54 
64.68 
51.25 
56.25 
63.75 
63.43 
50.38 
57.89 
70.57 
60.87 
54.29 
63.97 



Totals 



5,201 8,723 



Average per cent, of women registered who voted, 59.62. 



88 



City Document No. 11. 



Number of Men Registered Who Voted 

(AS PER WARD OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED 
ON VOTING LISTS) AT MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1898. 



00 

•a 


PBECIIVCTS. 


Number 

of 

names 

checked. 


Number 
regis- 
tered. 


Per cent 
regis- 


58 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


tered 
who 
voted. 


1. 


274 


304 


404 


365 


338 


340 


429 


438 


174 


3,066 


4,226 


72.55 


2.. 


367 


266 


353 


322 


277 


337 


390 


440 




2,752 


3,931 


70.01 


8.. 


297 


399 


357 


433 


444 


356 








2,286 


3,110 


73.50 


4 


347 


9,31 


330 


361 


387 


246 








1,902 


2,744 
2,869 
4,174 


69.31 


a 


310 


407 


343 


233 


372 


9-66 








1,931 
2,804 


67.31 


6.. 


335 


375 


393 


372 


403 


220 


357 


349 




67.18 


7 


m 


?50 


977 


?10 


350 


356 








1,665 
2,739 
2,566 


2,530 
3,693 
3,775 


65.81 


s 


474 


45'? 


9,71 


509 


541 


499 








74.17 


9.. 


381 


403 


394 


381 


334 


262 


411 






67.97 


10.. 


212 


245 


225 


213 


143 


248 


351 


342 


202 


2,181 


4,030 


54.12 


11.. 


321 


337 


348 


329 


272 


225 


292 


263 


234 


2,621 


3,954 


66.29 


19, 


397 


805 


961 


331 


976 


491 


331 






2,252 

2,758 


3,483 
3,986 


64.66 


13.. 


343 


398 


342 


380 


351 


291 


358 


295 




69.19 


14.. 


550 


489 


347 


339 


379 


343 


405 


393 




3,245 


4,515 


71.87 


15.. 


203 


327 


333 


321 


329 


319 


330 


355 




2,517 


3,757 


66.99 


16.. 


300 


339 


450 


412 


352 


336 


501 






2,690 


3,968 


67.79 


17.. 


336 


335 


295 


358 


300 


321 


340 


431 


325 


3,041 


4,288 


70.92 


IS 


897 


888 


334 


473 


509 


481 








2,582 
3,255 


3,885 
4,528 


66.46 


19.. 


370 


358 


480 


400 


328 


390 


496 


433 




71.89 


20.. 


490 


480 


390 


427 


509 


461 


473 


430 




3,660 


5,385 


67.97 


21.. 


320 


350 


230 


335 


347 


317 


384 


378 


358 


3,019 


4,496 


67.15 


22.. 


553 


428 


351 


444 


396 


313 


361 


416 




3,262 


4,579 


71.24 


23.. 


281 


383 


379 


364 


470 


397 


319 


337 


216 


3,146 


4,152 


75.77 


24.. 


330 


309 


397 


322 


309 


339 


403 


499 


322 


3,230 


4,807 


67.19 


tf5 


370 


348 


325 


360 


381 


379 


415 






2,578 


3,592 


71.77 










To1 












67,748 


98,457 

















Average per cent, of men registered who voted, 68.81. 



Election Department. 



89 



Votes cast on the Question : Shall Licenses be Granted for the 
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? — Municipal Elec- 
tion, 1898. 



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 

Totals 

Proportion of men registered who 



Yes. 



No. 



1,473 
1,525 
1,126 

886 
1,038 
1,532 

865 
1,467 
1,342 
1,157 
1,603 
1,156 
1,242 
1,509 
1,142 
1,306 
1,567 
1,250 
1,849 
1,604 
1,506 
1,792 
1,451 
1,281 
1,429 



1,204 

763 

795 

734 

613 

662 

463 

674 

810 

807 

698 

823 

966 

1,357 

1,081 

1,096 

1,038 

906 

989 

1,724 

1,248 

1,132 

1,397 

1,627 

865 



34,068 



24,472 



voted 59.46 per cent. 



t 



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