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Boston, February 15, 1901. 

Hon. Thomas N. Hart, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir, — In compliance with the lequirements of Section 24, 
of Chapter 3, of the Revised Ordinances, the Board of Election 
Commissioners respectfully submits its annual report for the 
year 1900. 

The work of the Department has increased each year since 
its reorganization, in 1895, and the past year has shown a 
larger increase in business than in previous years. Registra- 
tion has greatly exceeded the figures previously recorded. 
This is, in our opinion, mainly due to the fact of the Presi- 
dential election, though the lively caucus contests in many 
districts for nomination to State and City offices contributed 
largely to the heavy supplementary registration of male 
voters. In anticipation of this large supplementary registra- 
tion, which was looked for during the month of September, as 
the law prohibits supplementary assessments in this City after 
October first, we conferred with the Assessing Department 
with a view to securing their co-operation in establishing 
places for outside registration in the several wards to relieve 
the rush at the central office. As there Avere but nine 
officers in the Assessors' office empowered to administer the 
required oath to persons applying to be supplement^-rily 



2 City Document No. 13. 

assessed as a condition precedent to registration, and as the 
twent3^-five wards could not therefore be properly covered by 
the assessors, we found it impractica'ble to carry out the plan. 
We believed that so large a number of persons desiring to 
be registered would also require assessment, and that they 
could be better accommodated under the circumstances by 
continuing the September registration at the central office. 
The public were informed by advertisement in the daily 
papers that the office would be open from September ffi^st to 
October first, inclusive, from nine o'clock in the morning 
until ten o'clock in the evening for registration, and the 
Assessing Department also kept their office open until the 
same hour in the evening. We believe that all applicants 
were thus taken care of, although during the latter part of the 
time it was necessary to continue work in the evening much 
beyond the advertised time. 

On the printed list prepared from the returns of the As- 
sessing Department, and published prior to September first, 
the number of registered male voters was 87,439. At the 
City election in 1899 theie were 102,875 names on the voting- 
list, thus 15,436 names were dropped in the first printed list 
of 1900. At the close of registration, prior to the last State 
election, the voting list contained the names of 106,967 male 
voters. The list sent to the polls on the day of the election 
contained 106,526 voters, 441 names having been dropped in 
the necessary revision on account of death, removal, and other 
causes. There were 107,320 names on the list at the close 
of registration prior to the City election, but in revising the 
list for use at the polls 441 names were removed, so that the 
final list contained the names of 106,879 registered voters, 
This number exceeded by 4,004 the list at the City election 
in 1899, which, up to that time, was the heaviest registration 
in the City. The highest number of votes cast for Mayor 
was in 1899, when the total vote for all candidates was 
81,341. At the Municipal election in 1900 no Mayor was 
elected, but the vote for the office of Street Commissioner 
was 71,428, though the 3,535 blank ballots for this office 
showed a total vote of 74,963 at this election, a large falling 
oft" from the vote of the previous year. At the State election 
in 1900 the vote cast in this City for Presidential electors 
was estimated to be 83,679, and the vote for Governor was 
78,045. The vote for Presidential electors in 1896 was 
82,198, being 1,481 less than the similar vote four years 
later, while the vote for Governor in 1896, which was 80,405, 
exceeded by 2,360 the vote for the same office in 1900. The 
United States census of 1890 gave the population of the City 



Election Department. 3 

as 448,477, while the registered voters in that year was 
65,534, or 14.61 per cent, of the popuhition. The census of 
1900, recently published, shows the poj;)ulation of the City to 
be 560,892 ; the registered male voters at the last City 
election numbered 106,879, or 19.17 per cent, of the popu- 
lation. A substantial increase in the registered vote during 
the ten years thus appears, as well as a larger proportional 
increase in the registration as compared with the population 
of the City. 

Caucuses and Elections. 

The caucuses of the two leading political parties prior to 
the State and City elections were on the whole conducted in 
an orderly manner. We believe that the change in the law 
requiring the election of ward committees and the nomina- 
tion of candidates for Representatives in the General Court 
and the Common Council to be made at one of the two reofu- 
lar caucuses, instead of at separate caucuses, as was the 
former custom with one of the two leading political parties 
is now generally accepted as an improvement. We were 
called upon to provide for the holding of the caucuses by 
the two leading political parties prior to the City election on 
two successive evenings, as in 1899, but the ballots at the 
iirst caucus were all counted and returned to us by nine 
o'clock of the following day, so that we w^ere able to make 
suitable arrangements for the second caucus. There is yet a 
possibility of a recurrence of the condition of affairs existing 
in 1899, when in one ward the count of the ballots cast the 
first evening Avas not concluded until two hours after the 
time fixed for holding the second caucus. In our last report 
we called attention to this embarrassment which should, in 
our opinion, be relieved by a change in the law. 

In April, 1900, a caucus was held by one of the two lead- 
ing political parties to elect delegations to the State and 
Congressional District conventions to be holden for the nom- 
ination of Presidential electors at large and by districts. 
Such electors were nominated by the other of the two lead- 
ing political parties at the State convention of said party in 
1899, it being claimed that the act of 1899 limiting the 
number of caucuses in this City required such a course. In 
order that no question could be raised as to the legality of 
the caucus to be held in April last, the Legislature of 1900 
enacted a law authorizing in express terms the holding of 
such a caucus. 

A call was issued in Juh^, 1900-, by a committee purport 
ing to be the regularly accredited State Central Committee 



4 City Document No. 13. 

of the Socialist Labor Party for caucuses to be holden in the 
State to choose delegates to the several conventions, and for 
the nomination of Representatives in the General Court. 
Objections in writing being made to the holding of such cau- 
cuses in this City by other persons claiming to be the duly 
elected State Central Committee of that party, we gave a pub- 
lic hearing, at which both sides were present and submitted 
their evidence. The objections were sustained, as in our 
opinion the call was not in accordance with the requirements 
of law. No other call being issued there were no caucuses 
of this party in Boston prior to the State election. The 
City Committee of this party issued a call for caucuses be- 
fore the City election, and, in accordance therewith, blank 
nominations papers were provided, and polling places were 
equipped and ballots printed by this Department for all the 
wards, though in seven* wards no nominations were made. 
In these wards the police officers detailed for the duty car- 
ried the ballot boxes and blank ballots to the polling places 
in carriages, the advertised time for holding the caucus ar- 
rived, the officers waited until 8.30 P.M., as required by law, 
and then returned the empty ballot boxes to this office. As 
was suggested in our report of last year, when a similar con- 
dition existed, a change in the law seems advisable so that 
polling places should be provided and ballots printed only in 
wards where nominations are made. In the other eighteen 
wards the caucus returns made to this office showed that 
only ninety-nine persons participated, but this slim attend- 
ance was probably largely due to the fact that the party, by 
its vote at the State election preceding, had failed to poll 
three" per cent, of the entire vote cast in the State for Gov- 
ernor, and had thereby lost its standing as a political party, 
and would not have, therefore, under the law, the right in 
the following year to hold caucuses. 

The Democratic Social Party, having polled the necessary 
three per cent, vote at the last State election, has thus estab- 
lished itself as a political party, and, after compliance with 
the requirements of law as to the organization of its party 
committee, will be entitled to hold caucuses the present year. 

A special caucus and election were held in March, 1900, 
for the purpose of filling a vacancy in the Eighth Suffolk 
Representative District, caused by the resignation of the sit- 
ting member in order to accept the high office in the City to 
which he was elected by the City Council. 

In previous reports of this Department it has been said 
generally that there has been a great improvement from year 
to year both in conducting the caucuses prior to the closing 



Election Department. 5 

of the polls and in making the returns of the ballots cast to 
this office. The caucuses are now controlled by the political 
parties who elect their own caucus officers. Incompetency 
can not reasonably be charged against caucus officers except 
in occasional instances, but a failure to perform their duty is 
often brought to our notice. In some cases where there is no 
contest no attempt is made to correctly return the number of 
split ballots. And when the fight is hot and the time for 
closing the polls is extended it too often happens that the 
large number of ballots are improperly counted, and as an ex- 
cuse or pretended justification for such neglect it is said that 
a recount is inevitable, and that the caucus returns would 
therefore be of no value. If the law regulating the counting 
of ballots at elections Avere applicable to caucuses a great im- 
provement in our opinion would result. At elections the 
law requires that the ballots when taken from the box be 
divided into blocks of fifty, and be counted by two inspectors 
only, the other two inspectors watching the work and endors- 
ing the same if found correct, and a block tally sheet for 
every fifty ballots with a total tally sheet showing the 
figures of the several blocks constitutes an excellent system 
which is easily carried out by honest and efficient officers. 
But this Department has no authority under the law to direct 
the manner of counting ballots at caucuses, and has no control 
over the caucus officers. If the power of appointing and 
thereby controlling caucus officers were vested in this Board 
and a proper compensation were allowed for their services we 
believe the results would be more satisfactory than under the 
present system. There- would undoubtedly be difficulty in 
satisfying the demands of factions in a party, but if compe- 
tent and reliable men were appointed and they performed 
their duty the friction caused by factional contests would be 
greatly reduced. 

The power of appointing election officers in this City is 
vested in this Board, and inasmuch as the law requires that 
the appointments shall be made equally from the two 
leading political parties it has been the practice to call upon 
the City Committees of such parties to suggest the names of 
suitable persons for our consideration. These names are 
submitted on sheets provided for the purpose, and among other 
things appear, in the handwriting of the person suggested, 
the age, residence, occupation, and prior service as election 
officer of such person. The past year the blank sheets were 
sent to the part}^ committees on the first of August, and a 
request was particularly made that they should be returned 
within a month, and that it was desired that only such per- 



6 City Document No. 13. 

sons as had previously served and were voters in the precinct 
for which they were to be appointed, should be named. 
When the sheets were returned to this office they were pub- 
licly exhibited, as usual, that objections might be made and 
duly considered to any person so named. The result was 
practically the same as in previous years. In the main the 
election officers appointed proved to be competent. Their 
duties were performed intelligently and honestly, and 
especially in the precincts where the conduct of the elections 
and the counting of the ballots were in charge of officers of 
previous experience the returns were generally prompt and 
accurate. But it can hardly be expected that among the 
1,146 regular officers serving at the polls there will not be 
instances of incompetency and neglect of duty. In previous 
years the instructions of this Department, that at no time 
during the days of elections less than four of the six election 
officers should be in attendance were not complied with, so 
that the past year, through the co-operation of the Police 
Department, we were informed of several cases where such 
instructions were not followed, and were able to act in the 
premises during the progress of the election. A single instance 
only of alchoholism while the polls were open was reported 
to us, and the summary removal of such officer was the result. 
The warden, as the presiding officer at the polls, is respon- 
sible for the conduct of the election, and has full power to 
command the five other precinct officers, so that with a 
warden properly qualified, and faithfully and impartially dis- 
charging his duty, no questions should arise as to the conduct 
of elections, and the votes would be honestly and accurately 
counted. The official returns of the precinct clerks are too 
often carelessly made, and in some instances show that the 
clerk lacks the required intelligence and capacity. It has 
been suggested that if wardens and clerks could be drawn 
for such service, somewhat as jurors are now compelled to 
serve, that the public would be better served. Another sug- 
gestion is to have the several ward committees submit a list 
of. names twice or three times as large as the number to be 
appointed, and that the final selection could then be made by 
competitive examination. The political affiliation would then 
be unquestioned, and if the examination showed that a 
sufficient number were qualified to serve, more satisfactory 
results would be accomplished. The chief fault of the 
present practice, it seems to us, is that the political com- 
mittees suggest names of some persons who prove to be 
incompetent, thereby reflecting upon the service of all. If 
it were fully realized that the party as well as the public is 



Election Department. 7 

liable to suffer by the incompetency of such persons, then 
only suitable persons would be named for appointment. The 
compensation is large, and ought to secure only competent 
men. If the political committees will bear tliis in mind and 
act accordingly no change in the law would be called for. 
As has been previously said in our reports we believe the 
appointment of 1,146 deputy election officers is unnecessary, 
and that the amount paid to them should be saved. They 
report at the opening of the polls to fill a possible vacancy 
among the regular election officers. Such vacancies do not 
often occur, and when they do could be filled by nomination 
from the floor, as they are now in many cases, owing to the 
failure of the deputy to report on time, and there is a feeling 
which has some basis, that the deputies are not generally 
competent to properly perform the duties of the regular 
officers. 

Election Booths and Polling Places. 

The voting booths made of thin corrugated steel which 
were purchased in 1898 are now in good condition, and prove 
to be well adapted for polling places. They have been 
painted on the outside during the past year to protect the 
material, and the wooden sheathing, with which they were 
lined throughout wdien it was found that as orignally con- 
structed they were not habitable in cold weather, has proved 
a success. This sheathing will be painted this year a lighter 
color than before to brighten the interior. At the opening 
of the polls at six o'clock some difficulty is experienced in 
securing sufficient light in the voting compartments and it is 
our intention to consider the question of lighting the booths 
with electricity. If it is feasible and the expense is not too 
great the difficulty will be practically removed. As the use 
of ward-rooms by this Department for outside registration in 
the several wards for twelve evenings preceding the State elec- 
tion and ten evenings preceding the City election interferes 
with the holding of rallies in the ward-rooms, and we are at 
times obliged for this reason to vacate the ward-rooms and 
carry on this registration in a place other than the one adver- 
tised we may deem it advisable to use these booths or the 
wooden booths for outside registration, and if so such addi- 
tional lighting facilities v^ill be required. When the school 
buildings used formerly to a large extent for polling places 
ceased to be so used owing to the objections of the School Com- 
mittee the voting booths were placed on the streets in front 
of or in the immediate vicinity of the school buildings in 
order that the location of the precinct polling places Avith 



8 City Document No. 13. 

which the voters were familiar should be changed as little as 
possible. In two instances the past year the School Committee 
authorized the use of the basements of school buildings for- 
merly used for polling places, as less annoyance in their opinion 
was thereby caused than by having the booths in front of the 
school buildings. We are not surprised that the presence of 
these booths in some localities should be a source of annoy- 
ance, but as we are obliged to use the booths for polling places 
we aim to so locate them as to remove objections to their 
presence. 

Recounts. 

In the reports of previous years the abuse of the right to 
petition for a recount of ballots cast at caucuses and elections 
in this City has been repeatedly brought to the attention of 
the public. Partial remedies by placing some limitation on 
the right and imposing penalties upon petitioners for a 
recount of election ballots who make a false oath that the 
result of the election would be changed by the recount have 
been suggested but not adopted. The situation is worse if 
anything tlian before. Most of the petitions filed are not 
justified. Candidates for office or their representatives wish 
to inspect the ballots for reasons other than those contem- 
plated by law. Blank petitions for caucus recounts have 
been applied for before the votes are counted, and on the day 
before the last City election application was made for a blank 
petition to recount the votes cast at said election. The 
application was not favorably considered. If caucus recounts 
were permitted only where the defeated candidate lacked by 
the original return a small number of votes it is claimed that 
the returns might be intentionally inaccurate for the 
purpose of obtaining a recount. The public is undoubt- 
edly tired of these ever recurring recounts. It is thought 
by many that the use of voting machines at elections 
is the only remedy, but it is important that some remedy 
should be applied also at caucuses. The general recount 
after the last City election was conducted in the large 
well lighted hall which had been used the two pre- 
vious years for a similar purpose in the immediate vicinity 
of the office. Fifteen tables manned by two clerks each 
allowed the counting of the votes of fifteen wards at the same 
time, and the tabulation was done by other competent men. 
By working until late in the evening of two days the work 
was nearly completed, but a portion of the following day was 
devoted to finishing the work. There was little or no friction, 
and all parties interested appeared to be satisfied with the 



Election Department. 9 

manner of conducting this recount. No person elected by 
the precinct returns lost his election by the result of the 
recount, though many errors and inaccuracies were discovered 
in the original returns. In two precincts the examination of 
the ballots showed the election officers to have acted in such 
a manner as to call for severe criticism. In one precinct the 
marking of thirty-one assisted ballots regardless of the full 
requirements of the law and the printed instructions of this 
Department, was formally brought to our attention after the 
recount, and no excuse or justification could be reasonably 
claimed for such neglect of duty. In the other precinct a 
large number of ballots were found to contain a second cross, 
which mark invalidated the ballot so far as the particular 
office was concerned. It was obvious that the fraud was 
committed after the close of the polls. If the ballots had 
been counted by two inspectors only, with the two other 
inspectors watching, and all under the general supervision 
of the warden as the law requires such a flagrant act could 
not have been committed except by the connivance of all the 
election officers. Though suspicion pointed strongly to two 
inspectors the evidence was not deemed sufficient to warrant 
further proceedings. The six officers serving in the precinct 
will not again have an opportunity to serve the public under 
our appointment. 

The numerous petitions to recount the ballots cast at the 
two caucuses of one of the two leading political parties and 
at the State election rendered it advisable to make use of the 
large hall also for these three recounts. It was thought 
necessary to have the last of the above recounts on the 
Sabbath day, though this action was reluctantly taken. All 
other recounts were carried on at our office. Some changes 
resulted from the recounts, but the larger number of petitions 
proved to be unwarranted as before remarked. In connec- 
tion with recounts we have been called upon the past year 
more than ever before to consider challenged ballots, and it 
is our opinion that the law with regard to challenges, particu- 
larly at caucuses where the political affiliation of individuals 
is in question, fails to accomplish the purpose intended. 
The presiding officer of the caucus, from ignorance or other- 
wise, does not require the legal cause for the challenge with 
the name and address of the challenged person in his own 
handwriting and the name of the challenger to appear on the 
back of the ballot. The absence of these legal requirements 
may prevent a proper determination by this Board of the 
right of the challenged person to vote at the caucus. But 
assuming that the above requirements are fully complied 



10 City Document No. 13. 

with, when the hearing tai^es place the burden is upon tlie 
challenger to make out a case. He must prove if the cause 
of the challenge is that the person voted in a caucus of 
another political party within twelve months, that such person 
actually so voted. The check-list of such caucus or a copy 
of the same may be produced, and may show that such 
person's name was checked as having voted, but such evi- 
dence is not deemed sufficient to establish the fact as some 
other person may have voted on the name of such person, or 
the caucus officer may have checked the name erroneously. 
It is difficult to prove that the challenged party was seen to 
have actually voted at the caucus in question, and the result 
is that the large number of challenges for this cause,' and 
many of which are undoubtedly well grounded, are not sus- 
tained. If the growing practice of persons participating in 
the caucuses of both of the leading political parties in the 
same twelve months is to be controlled, severe penalties 
should be imposed by law for such conduct. If the same 
check-list were used at both caucuses prior to the elections, 
and the check against the name shall be made prima facie 
evidence that the person whose name is so checked voted at 
the first caucus, as is the law in some States, the burden of 
evidence in hearings, on challenged ballots would be shifted, 
and placed upon the challenged person where, in our opinion, 
it belongs. 

During the past year twenty-seven complaints for illegal 
registration were filed with this Department, a much larger 
number than for the two previous years. In twenty-one of 
these complaints the evidence was deemed sufficient to issue 
summons. Hearings took place in eighteen cases, in six of 
which the complaints were sustained, and the names stricken 
from the voting list. Twelve of the complaints were dis- 
missed after hearing, and three others were withdrawn by the 
complainant before hearing. Four other complaints were 
dismissed on account of the failure of the complainant to ap- 
pear and submit the evidence necessary to authorize the 
issuing of a summons, and the remaining two complaints 
were dismissed, as the evidence was thought insufficient to 
issue summons. The necessity of a law to give the com- 
plainant in these cases authority to secure the attendance of 
witnesses and to provide an adequate penalty for failure to 
attend was recognized by the Legislature of 1900 by the 
passage of Chapter 267 of the Acts of that year. The 
authority now is adequate, and there is no such obstacle to 
the presentation and prosecution of these complaints. 



Election Department. 11 

As the Ballot Law Commission of the City of Boston, 
seven objections in writing were filed with us to the nomi- 
nations of candidates to appear on tlie official ballot at the 
City election. Four of these objections were to Aldermanic 
candidates, two to nominations of candidates for the Common 
Council, and one objection called into question the legality of 
the nomination by one of the two leading political parties of 
the eight candidates for School Committee. On account 
of the disability of the Chief Justice of the Municipal Court 
the Senior Justice of said court presided at the hearings as 
provided by law. Hearings took place in four of the cases, in 
two of which the objections were sustained, and the other 
two were decided adversely to the objectors. Two objections 
were waived before hearing, and in the remaining case the 
political designation of the candidate clearly appearing not 
to be within the Statute, the nomination did not appear on 
the ballot. Such- witnesses as were in attendance were 
summoned by the interested parties. There is some doubt 
of the powers and duties of the Commission tp summon wit- 
nesses, and as to their compensation. The law provides that 
the Boston Ballot Law Commission shall, in all matters re- 
lating to objections and questions arising in the case of 
nominations of candidates for City offices, have the powers 
and perform the duties prescribed for the Ballot Law Com- 
mission of the Commonwealth. Section 155 of the Election 
Act of 1898 reads as follows: "The State Ballot Law 
Commission may summon witnesses, and administer to 
them oaths, and may require the production of books and 
papers at a hearing before it upon any matter within its 
jurisdiction. Witnesses shall be summoned in the same 
manner, be paid the same fees, and be subject to the same 
penalties as witnesses summoned before the General Court. 
A summons may be signed and an oath may be administered 
by any member of said commission." Before committees of 
the General Court, authorized to send for persons and papers, 
witnesses by law are surpmoned by the Sergeant-at-arms or 
his deputies, and their compensation is paid by the State. It 
seems to us advisable that the law should be made more 
explicit as to the powers and duties of the Boston Ballot 
Law Commission in this respect. This could be accom- 
plished, in our opinion, by providing that witnesses may be 
summoned in the same manner, and paid the same fees as 
witnesses in civil cases pending before the courts. 

Voting Machines. 

Under date of October 29, 1900, we made a report to you as 
requested on the matter of recording and counting votes by 



12 City Docctmext No. 13. 

macliinery. In tliis report, which was submitted by you to 
the Board of Aldermen November 5, 1900, and printed in the 
minutes of their meeting of that day, we set forth at some 
length the law of the State requiring the examination and 
approval of voting machines by the State Examining Com- 
mission before they could be used in this City, and the result 
of our investigation of the different machines. At that time 
three machines only had been approved in this State, and one 
other machine has since been so approved. We expressed 
our opinion that if a machine should by practical oj)eration 
demonstrate its ability to successfully do the work in the 
manner required by law, the public would be better served, 
and would favor a change from the present system of voting 
both at caucuses and elections, and we concurred heartily 
with your views that in the interest of a prompt, honest and 
accurate count an opportunity be given for a trial of voting 
by machinery by the purchase of one or more voting machines. 
The power to purchase and order voting and counting 
machines in this City is vested in the Board of Aldermen, 
while the power to determine upon the same is vested with 
this Department. An order to purchase voting machines that 
a trial be made of the system was subsequently introduced into 
the Board of Aldermen, but failed to pass. A bill is now 
being considered by a Committee of the Legislature, which 
gives to this Department the power to purchase voting ma- 
chines. If this should become a law, the matter of making a 
tentative trial at least in this City of voting by machinery 
will be promptly acted upon. Serious questions have been 
raised against the adoption generall}^ of voting machines 
under existing laws, and these questions perhaps can be set- 
tled by the Legislature now in session. The law in this 
State with regard to challenged ballots is, in our opinion, so 
exacting that a ballot-box with ballots would have to be pro- 
vided in the several polling places in addition to voting ma- 
chines. If voting machines are to be used, by a change in the 
law the use of ballot-boxes and ballots could be dispensed with 
in such cases, by providing that a record of such challenged 
votes should be secretly kept and guarded by one of the 
caucus or election officers and thereby, it seems • to us, 
fully protect the voter and the public, and have the effect 
practically of the present law. It is known that one of 
the approved voting machines has been used at an election 
in this State for Representatives in the General Court, for 
which written ballots are required by the Constitution of the 
Commonwealth. Such a system might perhaps be generally 
adopted if all the candidates in nomination for the office 
should consent to waive the above objection, but without 



Election Department. 13^ 

such Waiver this board would not wish to endanger the 
election of a member of the House of Representatives. 
While the Legislature is in session, and considering amend- 
ments to the law relating to voting machines, it would seem 
an opportune time for the lower branch to obtain the opinion 
of the Supreme Judicial Court on this question of law, which 
directly bears on the validity of their election. It is claimed 
by some that Article XXI. of the Amendments to the Consti- 
tution, which declares among other things that '' the manner 
of calling and conducting the meetings for the choice of rep- 
resentatives and of ascertaining their election shall be pre- 
scribed by law " would authorize a legislative enactment 
which shall provide a method of election of Representatives 
to the General Court different than the requirements of 
Article III. of Section 3, of Chapter I. of the Constitution, 
which reads as follows : " Every member of the House of 
Representatives shall be chosen by written votes." If this 
claim be held invalid it will be necessary to amend said Arti- 
cle III., which can only be done by the action of two succes- 
sive Legislatures and the subsequent ratification by popular 
vote. 

Jurors. 

In preparing the Jury List of 1900, so far as possible only 
such persons were selected as were believed to be well quali- 
fied to serve as jurors, and in other respects fulfilled the 
requirements of Chapter 515 of the Acts of 1897. Few 
complaints have been received against persons whose names 
appeared in such list, and from personal inquiry of officials, 
and otherwise, we feel justified in stating that such persons as 
were drawn for service from such list proved, on- the whole, 
to be competent, and performed their duty satisfactorily. 
The list, in our judgment, should be made up impartially^ from 
the several wards. In some wards more men can be found 
possessing the necessary qualifications of a juror than in 
others, but in no ward is it impossible to select competent 
and honest men largely from the skilled labor class, who look 
upon jury service as a duty and honor, and cheerfully per- 
form the duty considered so obnoxious by some. 

The Jury List for the coming ^^ear was prepared in the 
usual manner, but the applications from persons desiring to 
be placed thereon were greater than for several years. Such 
applications are not encouraged, and come in most cases from 
persons not specially qualified for jury service. It is far 
preferable that the Board should make its own selection of 
names from the information at its command as the law con- 
templates, rather than permit outside influence to dictate or 



14 City Document No. 13. 

influence such selection. When the list of the year was pre- 
pared and printed as a City document it was posted in two 
public places, as required by law, before it could be submitted 
to the Board of Aldermen for revision and acceptance. By 
the publication of the names, or a portion of them, in the 
daily papers, and in one of the latter an erroneous statement 
appearing to the effect that objections on the part of those 
whose names were printed in the list would be entertained 
by this Board, we were called upon to explain to a large 
number of persons, objecting principally on the ground that 
their business would seriously suffer, that the list was final so 
far as we were concerned, and that the power of the Aldermen 
as the revising authority was limited by Statute to striking 
out only the names of persons convicted of crime, who had 
not been pardoned on the ground of innocence, or of persons 
not legally qualified to serve as jurors. The list, as printed, 
must therefore be sent to the Aldermen without change, but 
accompanying it a statement may be submitted giving infor- 
mation obtained after the postmg of the list as to names of 
persons contained therein who are exempt from jury service 
in this City by reason of coming within the legal exceptions. 
During the year a special venire was issued summoning 
one hundred and fifty persons from whom twelve were to be 
chosen as the jury in a capital case. Those appearing in 
• response to the summons seemed to be unusually well quali- 
fied for the duty, and the large number who were relieved 
from service were marked as exempt for the. three years 
following. We believe that the law intended that only the 
twelve constituting the jury should alone be so exempt. If 
we are in error the suggestion in our report of last year, that 
Clerks of Courts be required to send to the authority prepar- 
ing the jury list the names of persons who actually served, 
is not called for. Without an interpretation of the law by 
competent authority, we shall continue to eliminate from the 
list the names of all persons drawn as appears by the records 
of the Board of Aldermen. 

More than the usual number of propositions are before the 
Committee on Election Laws of the Legislature now in ses- 
sion, which contemplate changes in the law relating to the 
assessment and registration of voters and, to the conduct of 
caucuses and elections. The amendments suggested with re- 
gard to the enrolment of voters would, if adopted, be in the 
nature of a return to the methods which were made use of 
by the political parties at caucuses prior to the law of the 
State regulating caucuses. The effect of such changes are 
thoroughly understood by the" Legislature, and the importance 



Election Depahtment. 15 

of careful aud serious deliberation is realized. It has been 
the effort of this Department to enforce to the best of its 
ability existing laws, and to suggest changes only when de- 
fects were discovered which we believed should be remedied. 
The caucus and election laws of this State are largely techni- 
cal, and therefore not well understood by the public gen- 
erally, but, on the whole, we believe that the principal 
objections to the present system are due to the methods used 
to evade the law rather than to the law itself, and the same 
conditions would exist, in our opinion, whatever changes in 
the law were adopted. 

The holding of primary elections is a matter in which the 
public are now greatly interested, and it is favored because it 
is believed that many of the flagrant abuses of the caucus 
laws would be thereby corrected. Whether there should be 
two or more polling places in each ward ; whether the cau- 
cus officers in this city, under the present or the new system 
of holding caucuses, should be ap23ointed by this Department 
and paid for their services ; whether one ballot should be 
provided for such primary elections, or a separate ballot for 
each political party, and the method of obtaining the political 
affiliation of the voter participating in such primary elections 
are matters of detail to be decided only after most careful 
consideration. 

After an examination of the propositions before the Leg- 
islature to amend the caucus laws we believe that existino^ 
defects can be remedied by favorable action on at least two 
matters. We refer to the requirements that all nominations of 
caucus candidates must be made on the original blank nomina- 
tion papers furnished by law, and prohibiting the pasting or at- 
taching of another paper containing names and acceptances 
of candidates, and the names of the five nominators previously 
written. (Section 1 of House No. 795). The practice which 
the above amendment seeks to change has been allowed of 
late by one of the political parties in this city, and does not 
seem to be in conformity with law. And with both of the 
leading political parties the nomination papers properly made 
out in all other respects, except as to the acceptance of per- 
sons named as delegates to conventions, are filed with such 
acceptances on separate cards or papers, thus clearly permit- 
ting such acceptances to be obtained before the distribution 
of the nomination papers, and thereby gaining an unfair 
advantage and priority over such papers as are prepared 
strictly in accordance with the law. Though this is a 
matter which political committees can, in our opinion, under 
the present law^ control, we believe it advisable that the 
practice should be declared contrary to law as provided in 



16 City Document No. 13. 

the bill above referred, to. The other change in the law 
which seems to us to be called for is contained in House No. 
928, which fixes definitely the time for withdrawmg nomina- 
tion papers filed with the political committee. The present 
law reads " within two week days of the announcement 
thereof," while the provision in the proposed amendment is 
" within forty-eight hours succeeding five o'clock of the last 
day fixed for opening nomination papers." This defect in 
the law was brought to our attention at a hearing before the 
Supreme Judicial. Court, and the decision of the court was 
such as to require the above change in the law. 

One other defect in the law we here desire to briefly refer 
to, though the necessity for an immediate change does not 
exist as in the two other matters. In the event of a special 
caucus and election between May 1st and the time when the 
new voting list is prepared and printed, which is usually in 
this City about the middle of August, there is no law as for- 
merly authorizing at such special caucus and election the 
use of the voting list of the preceding year. Such use of 
the old list was permitted by Section 67 of Chapter 417 of 
the Acts of 1893, which act was expressly repealed by the 
Election Act of 1898. An amendment by way of addition 
to Section 66 of Chapter 548 of the Acts of 1898 would give 
the necessary authority. 

The law enacted by the Legislature of 1900, requiring the 
Commissioners of Prisons of the State, the Penal Institutions 
Commissioners and the Pauper Institutions Trustees and the 
Insane Hospital Trustees of this City to transmit to this 
Board ten days before each State and City election the names 
of all persons then confined in the institutions under their 
charge, whose terms of confinement expire after the date of 
such election and who had a last known residence in this City, 
giving such residence by street and number when it is possi- 
ble to do so, and further requiring the Board to make a inem- 
orandum in red ink opposite the names of such of said 
persons as appeared in the voting lists stating the institutions 
in which such persons are then confined, and to send copies 
of the voting lists containing such memoranda to the elec- 
tion officers for use at the polls, has, in our opinion, failed to 
accomplish the purpose intended. A large number of names 
was sent to us of persons confined in the State prison and 
Concord Reformatory, but residences were given in but few 
instances, and without such residences the names can not be 
found on the voting list. The superintendents of these in- 
stitutions should be required to obtain the residences and 
ages in all cases. The returns from the Penal Institutions 
Commissioner more fully give the residence, but compara- 



Election Department. 17 

tively few of such names were found on the voting list. 
But a single instance of voting or attempting to vote on a 
name so marked came to our attention, and this proved to be 
a most unfortunate er/or. A father, whose son, bearing the 
same name was in confinement, found his name marked and 
his right to vote was questioned, but after an explanation 
which brought back sad memories -and made public a fact 
previously comparatively unknown was allowed to vote as 
he was entitled so to do. The failure to add in the return to 
us the " junior " to the son's name created the embarrassment 
which we deeply regretted, though the mistake could not be 
attributed to us. The pauper and insane inmates of our City 
institutions not being considered to be "in confinement" with- 
in the meaning of the statute their names were not returned 
to us. The word " persons " being used the names of females 
as well as males of all ages resident of this City and inmates 
of public penal institutions in the State and Cit}" should be 
returned under the law if the same is strictly complied with. 
Though the intention of the law is plain, it is always advis- 
able that public officials should have their duties defined 
beyond a question. An amendment to the Statute referred 
to is therefore desirable, and in order to give further oppor- 
tunity to prevent fraudulent voting in the manner proposed 
every effort should be made to seasonably make full and 
accurate returns to us. The purpose of the law can then 
be more satisfactorily and effectually accomplished. 

The above suggestions as to changes in the laws of the 
State are all intended to perfect existing laws relating to 
caucuses and elections. Propositions involving an entire 
change of system, such as the bills concerning an enrollment 
of party voters and allowing a single cross marked on the 
ballot to cover all party candidates are matters which do not 
seem to call for any expression of opinion on our part. 

The necessity of changing the precinct lines of the several 
wards by creating additional precincts was referred to in our 
report of last year. The inequalities then existing in the 
number of male voters were set forth, and the differences are 
now even greater. The number in the several precincts varies 
from 990 to 278. The average of the 191 precincts on the 
present basis of 106,879 male voters is 559. In 80 precincts 
the average is exceeded, and in 111 precincts it is less. In two 
wards all precincts contain less than the average, and in tAvo 
wards the average is exceeded in all precincts. If additional 
precincts should be established b}^ ordinance so that the total 
number shall be 250 the average number of male voters in 
the precincts would be 427, which is as many as can be 
properly taken care of. While in our opinion it is too late 



18 City Document No. 13. 

to make the change so as to be m effect the coming year, 
some action should be taken by the City Council so that an- 
other year the existing conditions shall be changed. 

A great loss was sustained by the City, and especially by this 
Department, in the death on February 28, 1900, of Mr, Linus 
E. Pearson, Chairman of the Board. His long service as a 
public official was universally characterized by an upright 
and conscientious discharge of his duty. Always loyally 
devoted to the political party which he represented as a 
Registrar of Voters and as an Election Commissioner all 
parties esteemed him highly, and had implicit confidence 
in his administration. Ever constant in his duties, and 
striving to do more than his health in his latter years 
would permit, he wore himself out in the public service. 
The following memorial was adopted by the surviving 
members of this Board March 15, 1900, and spread upon 
the records of the Department : 



Whereas. Linus E. Pearson, late Chairman of the Board of 
Election Commissioners, died at his home in Boston on the twenty- 
eighth day of February, 1900, in the sixty-fifth jeav of his age, the 
surviving members of this Board do now put on record the following 
memorial to their beloved associate: 

He was a member of this Board from the time of its creation in 
1895 until his decease, and .was its chairman for five successive 
years. 

Prior to his appointment as election commissioner he served as a 
member of the Board of Registrars of Voters of the City of Boston 
from 1873 to 1895, when that ofRce was discontinued by Statute, and 
the duties thereby merged with those of the Board of Election 
Commissioners. For several years, also, he was City Treasurer of 
the City of Charlestown, until that city, by annexation, became a 
part of the City of Boston. 

During this long period of public service, whether as City Treas- 
urer or as Eegistrar of Voters or in the more trying and arduous 
position of Chairman of the Board of Election Commissioners, he 
proved himself an able, upright and conscientious official. 

His eminent fairness, his high sense of justice, his uniform 
courtesy, and his unfailing and unflagging devotion to duty were the 
qualities that prominently marked his whole oflScial career. 
. No public servant ever brought to the discharge of his duties 
greater devotion to the public interests. 

In private life these same traits of character which distinguished 
him officially were equally discernible in his daily social and domestic 
intercourse. He was frank and fair in all his dealings, devoted to 
his family, loyal to his friends, courteous and generous to his 
associates. He stood well this supreme test — his neighbors and 
friends loved and trusted him. 

He has left behind him an example of uniform devotion, of, 
steadfastness of purpose, of unswerving integrity which it is easy to 
praise, but not easy to imitate. 



Election Department. 19 

To fill the vacancy for the term ending April 30, 1903, 
caused by the death of Mr. Pearson, Mr. Melancthon W. 
Burlen who was secretary of this Board from its first organi- 
zation July 1, 1895 until June 2, 1898, assumed the 
duties of his office under your appointment of July 18, 1900. 
The term of Timothy F. McDonough, Esq., for four years a 
member of the Board, expired April 30, 1900, and Mr. John 
J. Hogan, appointed as his successor for the term of four 
years ending April 30, 1904, commenced his official duties 
May 1, 1900. 

Expenses. 

The amount estimated as the probable expenditures of this 
Department the past year was $130,000. This amount met 
with your approval, was favorably reported upon by the 
Committee on Appropriations, and was allowed by the City 
Council. There was expended during the year the sum of 
1^124,001.24 as appears below in detail. The balance unex- 
pended and remaining to the credit of this Department was 
15,998.76: • 

Salaries : 

Commissioners . . . . $13,09029 

Deputy Commissioners . . 2,290 00 

Assistant Registrars . . . 28,321 36 



$43,701 65 

Election officers . . . . . . . 21,588 00 

Printmg . . . . . . . . 22,929 23 

Repairs and fitting up precinct polling places, in- 
cluding painting of 103 steel booths . . . 13,041 09 
Copying polls from Assessors' books . . . 3,918 36 
Rents, storehouse and storing and locating booths . 3,613 77 
Care of voting places, including services of lamp- 
lighters lighting booths while on streets .- . 3,238 78 
Carriage-hire and transportation, caucuses and elec- 
tions . . . 2,858 40 

Advertising, including publication of names of sup- 
plemeutarily registered voters, lists of candidates 
to be voted for at City election, etc. . . . 2,242 53 

Posting voting lists, sample ballots, locations of 
polling places and carting .... 

Stationery . . . . . . . 

Furniture and fixtures for booths and caucus voting 
places ........ 

Refreshments, employees, police and hackmen, 
caucuses and elections ..... 

Carried fonoard . ..... 



2,023 


21 


1,897 


90 


1,287 


31 


762 


45 


$123,102 


68 



20 



City Document No. 13. 



Brought forvKird 
Telephone service .... 
Office expenses and small items . 
Repairing ballot-boxes .... 
Fuel, gas and electric light . 
Typewriting . . . 
Constables' services .... 


. $123,102 68 

. . 230 80 

212 61 

181 85 

159 30 

63 30 

50 70 




$124,001' 24 



In submitting to you under date of December 29, 1900, our 
estimate of the expenditures for the coming year we gave an 
itemized statement of the same, and in an accompanying letter 
the reasons appeared w^hy we believed the amount (1135,000) 
necessary to properly carry on the Department. The prepara- 
tion of the card index of registered male voters requires a 
large clerical force, which would otherwise not be employed 
at this season. It is hoped that this index will prove useful 
and valuable, and thus justify the expense. Should the 
amount estimated by us as necessary under the existing con- 
ditions be reduced every effort will be made to carry on the 
Department within the amount allowed. Repairs on booths 
which are deemed advisable can be postponed. But if any of 
the propositions before the Legislature affecting this Depart- 
ment and entailing increased expenses should prevail, we 
should be obliged to ask for more funds towards the close 
of the year. 

The following pages show in tabulated form the number of 
assessed polls, registered voters, men and women, and votes 
cast in this City at the State and Municipal elections in 1900, 
and also the votes cast at the special election in Ward 8 ; 
and we have also included the returns of the last United 
States Census, showing the population by wards and pre- 
cincts. 

The inventory of the property of the Department, prepared 
as required by the Revised Ordinances, and the, names of the 
employees of the office, with the salaries paid and other de- 
tails as directed by your printed circular, bearing date of 
February 15, 1901, are also included in the following pages. 

Respectfully submitted, 

George P. Sanger, 
Patrick J. Kennedy, 
John J. Hogan, 
Melancthon W. Burlen, 
Board of Election Commissioners. 



TABULATED STATEMENT. 



OF 



ASSESSED POLLS, REGISTERED VOTERS, AND 

VOTES CAST 



AT 



STATE ELECTION . ' . . . . November 6, 

MUNICIPAL ELECTION . . . . December 11, 

SPECIAL ELECTION (Ward 8) . . . March 19, 

I900, 



22 



City Document No. 13. 



Population of Boston l>y Wards and Precincts. 
United States Census, 1900. 



Wards, 



Pbecincts. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



Totals. 



1,749 
2,961 
1,779 
2,255 

i,ai9 

3,233 
1,731 

4,958 
4,235 
2,057 
2,261 
3,633 
3,279 
3,804 
2,109 
2,291 
3,634 
3,174 
3,732 
4,472 
2,659 
4,230 
1,794 
2,845 
3,674 



Total. 



1,879 
2,280 
2,354 
2,026 
2,076 
3,959 
2,655 
5,404 
3,986 
2,462 
2,853 
3,024 
2,945 
2,707 
3,071 
3,060 
2,408 
3,826 
3,149 
4,028 
2,593 
3,211 
2,806 
2,286 
2,679 



2,574 
2,030 
2,118 
2,376 
2,050 
3,770 
2,997 
2,520 
3,913 
2,161 
2,783 
2,276 
2,588 
1,800 
2,794 
3,547 
1,976 
3,616 
3,601 
3,052 
1,533 
'2,620 
2,639 
3,986 
2,124 



2,459 
2,353 
2,690 
2,340 
1,302 
5,209 
2,307 
4,613 
3,584 
2,129 
1,943 
3,405 
2,839 
1,984 
2,040 
2,599 
2,771 
4,064 
2,930 
3,369 
2,276 
3,490 
3,016 
2,315 
2,942 



2,725 
2,232 

2,716 
2,358 
2,266 
4,982 
2,798 
5,941 
3,073 
1,688 
1,655 
2,779 
2,928 
2,738 
2,123 
2,752 
2,487 
3,651 
2,397 
4,976 
2,567 
3,809 
3,986 
2,238 
2,372 



3,456 

2,506 

2,907 

1,893 

3,227 

1,222 

2,294 

5,381 

2,849 

2,065 

1,5-47 

4,910 

2,295 

2,356 

2,121 

2,221 

2,558 

4,070 

3,121 

4,298 

2,871 

2,427 

2,938 

2,321^ 

3,034 



3,329 
2,935 



4,829 



2,943 
3,314 

2,021 
3,614 
2,883 
3,342 
2,923 
3,547 
2,889 



4,250 

3,968 
2,972 
2,567 
2,053 
3,667 
2,454 



3,039 

5,627 



3,342 



3,751 
1,969 



1,622 



3,078 
2,722 
2,519 



4,070 



3,998 
4,393 
3,258 
3,256 
2,475 
4,596 



2,515 
2,243 



2,245 



3,139 



1,930 

2,872 



22,832 
22,924 
14,564 
13,248 
12,840 
30,546 
14,782 
28,817 
24,583 
22,142 
19,275 
23,641 
22,835 
21,453 
19,700 
20,017 
25,038 
22,401 
27,178 
32,556 
23,868 
25,610 
23,637 
27,126 
19,279 

560,892 



Election Department. 



23 



Assessed Polls, October 1, 1900. 



Wards. 









Precincts. 






- 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 



Totals. 



1.. 

^2.. 

3.. 

4.. 

5. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

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



Total. 



539 
905 
596 
668 
743 
989 
649 

1,327 

1,434 
761 
900 

1,231 
987 

1,130 
625 
651 

1,006 

1,082 
919 

1,292 
804 

1,288 
464 
857 

1,029 



559 
689 

780 
629 
737 

1,166 
911 

1,551 

1,3T2 
907 

1,048 
886 
978 
899 
949 
841 
701 

1,318 
912 

1,070 
789 
877 
728 
727 
849 



785 

857 

687 

744 

772 

1,246 

1,123 

1,467 

1,118 

707 

907 

830 

970 

610 

746 

1,016 

638 

1,216 

963 

864 

467 

747 

.707 

1,101 

639 



703 
710 
930 

758 
486 

1,648 
887 

1,808 

1,232 
803 
834 

1,128 
877 
595 
633 
831 
838 

1,375 
863 
884 
686 

1,004 
772 
674 
830 



764 
662 
861 
681 
741 

1,488 
989 

2,154 

1,408 
606 
.540 

1,078 
894 
762 
663 
802 
705 

1,216 
743 

1,408 
770 

1,195 
994 
666 
693 



917 
741 
665 
732 
725 
720 
938 

2,258 

1,126 
776 
457 

1,487 
787 
665 
614 
652 
691 

1,172 
881 

1,205 
756 
695 
845 
661 
888 



912 

976 



r,295 



949 
1,192 

537 
936 
839 
877 
721 
991 
742 



1,183 
1,146 
920 
813 
551 
1,027 
775 



808 
1,079 



1,034 



1,338 
499 



817 
917 
691 



1,111 



1,012 

1,228 

947 

978 

668 

1,295 



453 



762 
635 



676 



861 



456 
796 



6,440 
6,619 
4,519 
4,212 
4,204 
. 9,586 
5,497 
10,565 
8,639 
7,852 
6,357 
7,576 
7,149 
6,455 
5,642 
5,784 
' 7,108 
• 7,379 
7,476 
9,097 
7,000 
7,597 
6,185 
7,804 
5,703 

172,445 



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City Document No. 13. 



Registered Voters (Men), State Election, 1900. 



Wards. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



9. 



Totals. 






1. 

2; 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

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



Total. 



358 
568 
461 
506 
478 
409 
344 
627 
690 
343 
491 
686 
492 
775 
361 
438 
476 
658 
561 
881 
572 
886 
357 
562 
613 



406 
400 
589 
402 
547 
536 
416 
582 
671 
425 
528 
541 
524 
688 
626 
588 
440 
688 
514 
825 
564 
547 
503 
512 
565 



576 
546 
555 
528 
527 
534 
545 
489 
536 
323 
549 
423 
482 
479 
495 
741 
439 
682 
659 
679 
357 
502 
482 
800 
474 



491 
476 
718 
^19 
311 
538 
365 
704 
605 
390 
556 
595 
515 
461 
487 
595 
61o 
817 
576 
599 
523 
701 
542 
536 
517 



517 
418 
654 
485 
526 
620 
582 
743 
556 
322 
398 
515 
506 
563 
527 
557 
430 
747 
486 
986 
562 
664 
741 
504 
526 



521 
480 
503 
451 
457 
358 
544 
778 
437 
459 
317 
761 
466 
512 
493 
509 
426 
750 
633 
916 
580 
493 
623 
500 
599 



596 
595 



527 



599 
677 
406 
518 
504 
660 
532 
770 
479 



851 
826 
699 
502 

468 
747 
556 



593 
637 



i78 



416 



730 
382 



471 
456 



444 
646 
531 



690 



478 



673 
904 
768 
636 
528 
907 



664 

313 

599 



4,336 
4,120 
3,480 
2,891 
2,846 
3,938 
2,796 
3,923 
4,094 
4,140 
4,083 
4,039 
3,933 
4,784 
4,052 
4,198 
4,471 
4,342 
4,953 
6,616 
5,289 
4,931 
4,557 
5,667 
3,850 



67.33 
62.25 
77.01 
68.64 
67.70 
41.08 
50.86 
37.13 
47.39 
52.73 
64.23 
53.31 
55.01 
74.11 
71.82 
72.58 
62.90 
58.84 
66.25 
72.73 
75.56 
64.91 
73.68 
72.62 
67.51 



106,329 



Average jier cent, of men assessed who registered, 61.66. 



Election Department. 



25 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice-President, 

State Election, 1900. 



Wards. 



1. 

^. 

8. 

4. 

6. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

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



Precinct 1. 



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77 


4 


4 


213 


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319 


59 




44 


2 


150 


1 




219 


5 


309 


3 




84 


5 


148 


3 


3 


223 


5 


218 


1 


1 


61 


2 


128 


3 


1 


117 


3 


407 


27 


3 


76 




824 


28 


3 


134 


2 


174 


4 


4 


80 


1 


105 


4 


1 


260 


10 


134 


9 


1 


399 


8 


324 


3 


2 


26 


2 


433 


4 


1 


126 


3 


190 


3 


6 


75 


i 


212 


4 


6 


122 


4 


247 


4 


3 


68 


2 


361 


6 


1 


144 


1 


269 


11 


4 


134 


2 


312 


3 


4 


412 


8 


168 


1 




286 


9 


307 


21 


3 


397 


7 


93 




1 


196 


5 


231 


3 


2 


178 


5 


194 


6 




290 


5 



Precinct 2. 



o 

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li 

Q o 

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02 



JCO 



40 


3 


207 


2 


341 


7 


130 


1 


278 


2 


320 


5 


218 


6 


299 


9 


332 


11 


137 


2 


130 


6 


94 


6 


372 


4 


486 


7 


335 


6 


344 


7 


256 


2 


304 


4 


306 


3 


271 


2 


214 


3 


302 


26 


287 




187 


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120 

173 

146 

76 

76 

133 

139 

176 

238 

328 

28 

54 

53 

117 

46 

184 

99 

385 

222 

89 

105 

229 

370 



26 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice-President, 
State Election, 1900. — Continued. 



Wards. 



1, 

2. 

3, 

4. 

5. 

6, 

1 . 

8, 

9, 

10 

11 

12 

13, 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 



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m 
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112 
304 
288 
214 
331 
260 
269 
101 
354 

88 
171 
152 
351 
274 
287 
382 
175 
217 
443 
245 
130 
297 
253 
230 

79 







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5 
6 
15 
6 
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1 

5 
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357 
121 
170 

205 

35 
103 
119 
270 

46 
150 
240 
161 

19 
130 

92 
214 
180 
275 

30 
324 
154 

71 
101 
404 
296 



1 
1 
2 
1 
7 
1 
3 

1 

1 

14 

9 



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Q 2 



79 
269 
458 
266 
148 
246 

99 
365 
381 

73 
120 
196 
338 
207 
273 
167 
248 
346 
374 
289 
129 
208 
244 
205 
272 







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15 

6 

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10 
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334 

93 

63 

127 

98 

124 

119 

117 

111 

217 

313 

283 

43 

170 

108 

322 

249 

259 

64 

174 

295 

328 

170 

245 

99 



2 
3 
1 

10 
2 
6 



Election Department. 



27 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice-President, 
State Election, 1900. — Continued. 



Wards. 



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



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147 
221 
424 

304 
298 
222 
405 
401 
177 
38 
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147 
340 
227 
289 
202 
258 
459 
231 
361 
176 
244 
270 
122 
237 



2 

7 

5 

12 

5 

6 

5 

46 

10 

2 

1 



246 

79 

76 

45 

87 

216. 

44 

123 

216 

187 

282 

244 

58 

239 

126 

250 

75 

79 

121 

443 

276 

219 

285 

303 

180 



18 



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290 
237 
353 
193 
226 
106 
314 
435 
142 
74 
27 
331 
306 
216 
216 
74 
257 
361 
314 
261 

lis 

100 
127 
174 
196 



11 
2 
3 

3 
3 
2 

- 2 

16 

6 



94 
130 

39 
125 

93 
189 

50 
131 
199 
289 
231 
238 

61 
207 
170 
343 

36 
158 
158 
517 
355 
273 
384 
251 
278 



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1 




6 




5 




3 




3 


1 


2 




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7 




5 


1 




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7 




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1 




5 




2 




11 


4 


7 




8 


15 


10 




5 


1 


7 





28 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of Presideut and Vice-President, 
State Election, li}00, — Co ntlmied. 





Precinct 7. 


Precinct 8. 


Wards. 


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'A 

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a 

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1 


231 
359 


7 
4 


2 


199 
76 


1 
2 




261 
341 


5 
19 


5 

1 


194 
113 


3 
2 




2 




3 




4 


























5 


























G 


245 


T 


7 


138 


1 




241 


7 




70 






7 




8 


























9 


341 

100 
29 
287 
864 
338 
263 
407 
289 


3 
1 
1 
3 

7 
9 

14 
4 


1 

1 

4 
3 
6 
3 
5 
1 


68 
447 
313 
107 

36 
205 
135 
198" 

73 


















10 


7 
1 
1 


1 


166 
16 


7 


1 


412 
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7 
4 




11 




12 








13 




289 
297 
269 


6 

9 

15 


1 

5 


33 
233 
145 


1 
1 
2 




14 


2 
3 
3 






16 




16 




17 




386 


10 




150 


5 




18 








19 


510 
202 
213 

88 

98 

170 

254 


11 
6 
5 

2 
5 
5 
2 


1 
1 

1 
5 

2 


153 
474 
306 
302 

286 
446 
172 


1 
10 
14 
13 

10 

7 
2 


70 
6 


400 
200 
162 

281 

71 

238 


26 
6 
7 

15 
2 
6 


4 

5 

2 

12 

2 
11 


104 
553 
461 
219 
372 
482 


1 

8 
8 
5 
8 
14 




20 




21 




22 




23 

24 


1 


26 



















Election Department. 



29 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice-President, 
State Election, 1900. — Continued. 



Wards. 



1.. 

2.. 

3. 

4.. 

6.. 

6.. 

7.. 

8.. 

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



Totals. 



Precinct 9. 



o 

CO 

z; 

H a 
Q ? 

-si 



88 



88 
37 



214 



196 



121 

166 



^ 










J 




Ci.1 


5r eS 




VI 

O • 




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ij 
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4 I 



135 



297 

330 



353 



115 
309 



10 



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p; 



1,325 
2,257 
2,014 
1,416 
1,429 
1,858 
1,433 
2,008 
2,001 
938 
659 
1,341 
2,684 
2,478 
2,182 
1,788 
2,330 
2,048 
2,847 
2,141 
1,.506 
1,827 
1,564 
1,723 
1,330 



Totals. 



45,121 













p< 


ij 


h^ 


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u 


H 


(^ . 




''iPh 


> 


a 




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CO 


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o 
o 




P 2 




M 

►4 




5 


S 




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43 
108 
20 
25 
19 
29 
26 
130 
85 
27 
20 
40 
25 
49 
49 
41 
31 
33 
75 
32 
25 
128 
62 
39 
44 



1,205. 



14 


2,056 


27 




8 


731 


15 




11 


687 


10 




10 


759 


19 




13 


682 


16 




17 


977 


8 


1 


12 


525 


17 




12 


850 


14 


2 


12 


913 


20 




11 


2,255 


41 


1 


2 


2,460 


31 


43 


13 


1,760 


42 




.12 


304 


5 




20 


1,364 


18 




26 


904 


17 




21 


1,566 


24 


1 


8 


1,055 


14 




80 


1,099 


22 




30 


863 


10 




17 


3,282 


52 


21 


9 


2,708 


62 




47 


1,898 


41 


87 


36 


2,014 


56 


12 


30 


2,847 


59 


3 


10 


1,685 


41 


10 


431 


36,244 


681' 


181 



o 



3,465 
3,119 
2,742 
2,229 
2,159 
2,890 
2,013 
3,016 
3,031 
3,273 
3,215 
3,196 
3,030 
3,929 
3,178 
3,441 
3,438 
3,232 
3,825 
5,-545 
4,310 
4,028 
3,744 
4,701 
3,120 



83,869 



* Elected. 

1 150 of the scattering votes returned hv Clerks of Precincts were as follows: 
Edward Waldo Emerson, 56; Edward W. Emerson, 8; Edw. W. Emerson, 4; Ed. 
Waldo Emerson, 7; E. Waldo Emerson, 7; E. W. Emerson, 50; Edward 31. Emerson, 
1; llalpli Waldo Emerson, 16; Ralph W. Emerson, 1. 



30 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1900. 



Wards. 



1. 

2., 

3. 

4., 

5.. 

6. 
. 1.. 

8. 

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



Precinct 1. 



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5 
13 

5 
9 
4 
. 6 
3 

13 

18 

6 

7 

2 

9 

6 
11 

7 

16 
10 
11 

7 
12 

3 
11 

6 



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2 

18 
4 
5 
2 

6 

4 

28 

26 

7 

2 

10 

11 

4 

10 

12 

12 

12 

6 

8 

19 

2 

6 

11 



201 
113 
212 

88 
218 

38 
111 

58 
118 

81 
2.50 
410 
.25 
117 

64 
120 

65 
122 
133 
417 
258 
409 
202 
185 
287. 



59 
249 
121 
271 
119 
194 
103 
364 
253 
136 

91 
105 
296 
385 
170 
165 
208 
286 
249 
272 
147 
252 

88 
209 
153 



M 



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43 
75 
52 

56 
53 
72 
47 
76 
95 
52 
51 
37 
75 

117 
52 
60 
75 

116 
69 
59 
79 
72 
27 
81 
72 



Precinct 2. 



^ 
















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ft 






53 


>H ci 






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WPh 


W 




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Q £ 


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3 

7 
7 
7 

12 

12 

3 

7 

1 

13 

18 

11 

5 

5 

15 

12 

5 

7 

16 

7 

9 

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1 

2 

13 

6 

4 

9 

12 

18 

13 

5 

7 

8 

12 

10 

12 

12 

9 

11 
9 
6 
7 
26 
6 
4 
9 



279 

72 

114 

168 

146 

47 

62 

112 

125 

183 

•209 

334 

21 

32 

54 

116 

46 

167 

85 

403 

225 

96 

107 

218 

379 



28 
174 
307 
123 
258 
290 
173 
272 
278 
102 
121 

82 
309 
411 
361 
292 
239 
248 
245 
245 
187 
206 
261 
161 

76 



39 
58 
57 
36 
51 
94 
64 
55 
82 
43 
86 
28 
95 
107 
65 
68 
62 
115 
78 
59 
46 
124 
79 
68 
36 



Election DEPART^rENx. 



31 



Votes Cast lor Governor, State Election, 1900. 



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 



Precinct 3. 



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1-5 ""^ 



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^ 








OJ 
















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1-5 


WPh 


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7 


7 


356 


6 


77 


6 


2 


109 


1 


275 


6 


4 


138 


15 


262 


6 


7 


206 


1 


190 


5 


5 


29 


2 


300 


5 


6 


74 


1 


238 


4 


10 


119 


2 


223 


2 


7 


259 


3 


93 


14 


15 


31 




289 


2 


5 


164 


2 


67 


8 


9 


177 


3 


204 


2 


5 


173 


6 


135 


13 


4 


26 


1 


270 


7 


5 


184 


1 


246 


6 


6 


83 




267 


10 


8 


219 


1 


329 


3 


2 


194 


2 


146 


14 


3 


266 


4 


167 


16 


18 


35 




404 


9 


6 


318 


1 


220 


3 


2 


166 


3 


110 


9 


20 


64 




266 


15 


11 


87 


1 


219 


7 


11 


363 


54 


186 


6 


8 


299 


7" 


62 



55 
59 
62 
48 
83 
87 
59 
29 

106 
27 
46 
34 
99 
37 
44 
82 
40 

101 
96 
43 
25 
65 

102 
64 
29 



Precinct 4. 



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1 



5 


3 


322 


1 


'58 




12 


9 


87 


1 


231 




11 


14 


48 


2 


386 




6 


6 


137 




223 




5 


14 


91 


2 


107 




•6 


9 


65 




210 




5 


8 


119 


4 


67 




12 


27 


109 


6 


325 




15 


15 


94 




272 




5 


5 


214 


6 


47 




1 


2 


338 


1 


114 




2 


7 


280 


4 


152 




4 


9 


42 




312 




8 


5 


167 




188 




6 


4 


110 


3 


254 




8 


5 


322 


3 


137 




4 


6 


257 


5 


229 




18 


17 


248 


6 


264 




15 


8 


55 


1 


325 




6 


12 


162 


2 


248 




8 


4 


295 


3 


113 




14 


17 


° 309 


6 


178 




7 


5 


189 


4 


215 




2 


5 


260 




163 




]1 


18 


94 


1 


224 





43 
64 

124 
59 
45 

112 
53 
72 
76 
47 
28 
51 
60 
35 
37 
44 
31 

111 
90 
94 
SI 
73 
52 
43 
93 



32 City Document No. Ie3. 

Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1900. 



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. 



Precinct 5. 






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3 


240 




128 


10 


73 


1 


191 


21 


64 


3 


370 


9 


38 


1 


251 


10 


91 


1 


265 


12 


148 


3 


191 


5 


40 


1 


357 


49 


91 


2 


346 


8 


198 


4 


156 


2 


175 


2 


30 


1 


293 


1 


32 


13 


236 


2 


110 


9 


58 




294 


7 


228 


6 


199 


3 


128 


1 


263 


5 


248 


1 


185 


2 


68 


2 


216 


16 


79 


2 


415 


8 


131 


5 


210 


4 


453 


1 


307 


2 


274 


1 


147 


42 


224 


1 


189 


26 


316 


5 


199 


8 


287 


1 


107 


13 


180 


3 


216 



Precinct 6. 



53 
59 
84 
86 
65 

117 
76 
97 
61 
' 29 
11 
48 
73 
53 
49 
44 
71 

100 
42 
68 
46 
67 
74 
51 
52 



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10 
11 
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13 

3 

2 

1 

9 

5 

3 

6 

1 

9 

12 

11 

4 

3 

8 

13 

2 

10 



13 


82 


1 


230 


8 


113 


3 


201 


10 


78 


2 


277 


3 


112 


2 


166 


5 


94 


3 


197 


2 


177 


3. 


101 


4 


47 


4 


272 


21 


116 


3 


389 


7 


193 


5 


116 


1 


275 


11 


64 




237 




23 


9 


217 


2 


298 


12 


63 


2 


261 


8 


193 


4 


198 


5 


170 


2 


203 


3 


352 


2 


60 


15 


28 




242 


12 


189 


3 


349 


17 


165 


2 


267 


8 


552 


4 


207 


10 


357 


5 


95 


6 


291 


6 


77 


13 


387 


4 


97 


3 


251 


2 


146 


11 


279 


4 


158 



104 
76 
59 
68 
73 
24 
77 
77 
38 
31 
16' 
90 
57 
53 
40 
28 
59 
69 
76 
51 
34 
24 
39 
46 
60 



Election Department. 



33 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1900. 





Trecinct 7. 


PRECINCT 8. 


Wards. 


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1 


6 
4 


12 
11 


208 
64 


2 
1 


184 
308 


81 
101 


14 
9 


9 

18 


191 
92 


3 

2 


224 

290 


72 
110 


2 


3 




4.. 


























o 


























6 

7 


6 


15 


97 


2 


215 


103 


8 


14 


19 


3 


205 


121 


8 


























9 


7 
3 


11 

2 

10 

6 

9 

10 

12 

8 


57 
435 
315 
110 

32 
200 
140 
205 
■71 


1 

7 

1 
1 

4 
2 
1 


312 
78 
27 
264 
316 
274 
228 
344 
264 


87 
43 
14 
47 
76 
79 
52 
109 
67 














10 


5 


10 


417 
303 


2 

1 


120 
16 


64 
9 


11.. 


12 


7 
11 
18 
12 
12 

3 








13 


8 

5 

14 


5 

9 

15 


34 
213 
134 


3 

1 


243 
256 
243 


74 
62 
48 


14 


15... 

16 


17 


9 


17 


166 


3 


316 


83 


18 


19 


11 
5 
9 
5 

8 
4 
9 


10 
4 
( 

4 
5 
4 
6 


150 
486 
313 
313 
306 
440 
176 


3 
4 
9 
4 
2 
2 


482- 
165 
205 
76 
73 
135 
225 


71 
62 
47 
30 
27 
57 
73 


21 
11 

5 
20 

3 
12 


27 

8 
4 
12 
4 
9 


110 

560 
452 
210 
385 
• 484 


1 
2 
5 
3 
2 
7 


324 
152 
140 
223 
57 
214 


122 

66 
54 
94 
. 27 
60 


20 


21 


22 


23 

24 


25 

















34 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor", State Election, 1900. 



Wards. 



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

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 



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Sec 



Precinct 9. 



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336 



184 



354 



131 
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4 

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3 



Totals. 



46 



71 
40 



185 



16'; 



105 
135 



43 



33 



45 



in 

mCC 



Totals. 



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* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 73.40 per cent. 



f-i 83 

5 



63 


57 


2,011 


22 


1,034 




533 


GO 


78 


723 


13 


1,919 




602 


52 


66 


654 


23 


1,723 




438 


43 


36 


749 


7 


1,224 




353 


36 


40 


669 


12 


1,246 




370 


56 


73 


665 


12 


1,644 




730 


38 


43 


498 


13 


1,195 




376 


75 


150 


745 


18 


1,789 




406 


78 


95 


816 


17 


1,676 




545 


31 


36 


2,235 


34 


715 


■ 


367 


24 


24 


2,458 


15 


668 




277 


28 


62 


1,760 


27 


1,146 




335 


63 


57 


301 


4 


2,301 




609 


81 


64 


1,279 


24 


2,157 




543 


69 


59 


883 


11 


1,989 




387 


54 


55 


1,582 


12 


1,512 




435 


52 


79 


1,079 


15 


2,045 




521 


91 


71 


1,071 


17 


1,729 




612 


106 


109 


864 


11 


2,506 




644 


56 


54 


3,351 


20 


1,816 




502 


52 


50 


2,694 


38 


1,311 




407 


104 


146 


1,916 


34 


1,467 




549 


84 


78 


2,110 


26 


1,314 




452 


63 


56 


2,790 


77 


1,456 


... 


526 


52 


76 


1,694 


24 


1,114 




415 


1,511 


1,714 


35,597 


526 


38,696 


1 


11,934 



3,187 

2,793 

2,518 

2,059 

2,003 

2,450- 

1,787 

2,777 

2,682 

3,052 

3,189 

3,023 

2,726 

3,605 

3,011 

3,215 

3,270 

2,979 

3,596 

5,297 

4,145 

3,667 

3,612 

4,442 

2,960 



78,045 



Election Department. 



35 



Votes Cast for State OfRoers (except Governor), 
State Election, 1900. 



Candidates for Lieutenant-Governor. 



Votes Cast. 



*Jolin L. Bates, Republican 

John B. O'Donnell, Democratic 

William M. Purrington, Prohibition 

. Moritz E. Ruther, Socialist Labor 

George H. Wrenn, Democratic Social Nom. Paper. 



Total, .^-r-^.-,. 



37,346 

36,602 

489 

1,038 

1,307 



76,782 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 72.21 per cent. 



Candidates for Secretary. 



Votes Cast. 



Addison W. Barr, Democratic Social Nom. Paper, 

Alfred E. Jones, Socialist Labor 

*William M. Olin, Republican 

William H. Partridge, Prohibition 

Luther Stephenson, Democratic 



Total . 



2,078 
1,378 

34,973 
910 

34,780 



74,119 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 69.71 per cent. 



Candidates for Treasurer and Receiver-General. 



Votes Cast. 



*Edward S. Bradford, Republican 

Joseph L. Chalifoux, Democratic 

Napoleon B. Johnson, Prohibition 

Fred A. Nagler, Socialist Labor 

Stephen O'Shaughnessy, Democratic Social Nom. Paper. 



Total, 



34,762 

34,870 

632 

1,245 

2,229 



73,738 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 69.35 per cent. 



36 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor), 
State Election, 1900. — Continued. 



Candidates for Auditor. 



Elbridge Gerry Brown, Democratic 

Frank Albin Forsstrom, Socialist Labor 

William G. Merrill, Prohibition 

*Henry E. Turner, Republican 

Frank S. Walsh, Democratic Social Nom. Paper. 
Scattering 



Total 



Votes Cast. 



36,408 
1,271 
2,162 

31,696 

1,895 

5 



73,437 



Proportion of men registered who voted 69.07 per cent. 



Candidates for Attorney-GtEneral. 


Votes Cast. 


John A. Billings, Democratic Social Nom. Paper. ...;... 
All ATI Coffin Prohibition 


1,989 
933 


Tobn C Crosbv Democratic 


35,108 


*TTn<ipa 1\T T^now^lton Renublican 


34,256 


TTrnnlr Mnp.Donald Socialist Labor 


1,721 






Total 


74,007 







* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered "who voted 69.60 per cent. 



Election Department. 



37 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



















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Precinct 1 


G 
1 
7 
13 
8 
7 


12 

6 

6 

9 

15 

16 


83 
171 
191 
117 

30 
114 


257 
103 
194 
215 
246 
142 


72 


" 2.... 


57 


" 3 


60 


4 '. 


77 


" 5 


94 


" 6 


83 






Totals 


42 


64 


706 


1,157 


443 


Ward 5- 












Precinct 1 


3 
5 
9 

7 
8 


- 7 
7 
7 
5 
9 


216 

133 

33 

89 
80 


117 
250 
275 
ll4 
250 


54 


2 


74 


" 3 


100 


4 


49 


'' 5 •. 


90 


6 


8 


4- 


81 


182 


107 






Totals 


40 


39 


632 


1,188 


*474 






Grand Totals 


82 


103 


1,338 


2,345 


917 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 5,737. Votes cast, 3,868. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 67.42 per cent. 

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



38 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress 
State Election, 1900. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



■Ward 10. 


Samuel W. McCall,* 
Republican. 


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Precinct 1 


84 
174 
165 
216 

175 
251 
451 
415 

287 


]33 
106 
69 
46 
28 
67 
76 
125 
79 


8 
5 

10 
9 
3 
4 
2 
9 
3 





58 


" 2 


51 


'' 3 


23 


4 


54 


5 


36 


" 6 


62 


'• 7 


37 


'^ 8 


69 


9 


28 






Totals 


2,218 


729 


53 


1 


418 






Ward 11. 
Precinct 1. 


249 
221 
. 229 
333 
301 
233 
313 
300 
342 


91 
125 

148 
107 
26 
29 
29 
16 
36 


9 
4 
6 
3 





57 


2 


83 


3 


64 


" 4 


41 


-• 1:: :;..:.::: 


11 


6...., 






15 


7 

8 


2 
1 
1 




14 
12 


9 


15 






Totals 


2,521 


607 


26' 




312 






Grand totals 


4,739 


1,336 


79 


1 


730 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 8,223. Votes cast, 6,155. 

•Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 74.85 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the following cities and towns; 
Arlington, Cambridge, Medford, Somerville and Winchester. 



Election Department. 



39 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 







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72 


6 


203 




30 


'^ 2 


48 
109 


3 

7 


280 
351 




25 


3 


41 


4 


80 


4 


313 




35 


" 5 


141 
263 

208 


8 
8 
8 


246 

89 
219 




37 


" 6 


79 


7 


58 


'' 8 


254 
59 


11 

7 


207 
129 




41 


«• 9 


41 






Totals 


1,234 


62 


2,037 




387 


Ward 2. 












Precinct 1 


298 
203 
281 
256 
222 
246 
356 


19 

7 
6 
19 
6 
9 
7 


93 
72 

121 
92 
66 

115 
69 

105 




60 


" 2 


33 


" 3 


44 


" 4 


37 


5 


46 


" 6 


34 


7 


57 


" 8 


323 


16 


77 


Totals 


2,185 


89 


733 




388 






Ward 3. 












Precinct 1 


131 


10 


201 




52 


2 


324 


11 


95 




70 


" 3 


293 
441 

388 


12 

7 
12 


117 
40 

58 




65 


4 


97 


5 


96 


6 


343 


9 


32 




52 






Totals 


1,920 


61 


543 





432 







* Elected. ' 



40 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Cong^ress, 
State Election, 1900. 

NINTH BISTUICT.— Continued. 







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218 


5 


39 




54 


" 2 


297 


11 


34 




105 


3 


259 


9 


58 




85 


4 


221 


•9. 


54 




118 


" 5 


230 


11 


120 




128 


6 


97 


2 


171 




37 


" 7 


250 

228 


11 
10 


71 
17 




106 


8 


115 






Totals 


1,800 


68 


564 




748 


Ward 7. 












Precinct 1 


114 


5 


106 




44 


2 


176 


11 


52 




80 


3 


230 


13 


101 




73 


" 4 


80 
391 
298 


12 

13 

3 


109 

27 
37 




55 


" 5 


58 


6 


75 






Totals 


1,289 


57 


432 




385 






Ward 8. 












Precinct 1 


394 
295 
106 
352 


32 

18 

lo- 
ss 


41 
100 

249 
92 


'""{" 


73 


2 


59 


" 3 


28 


4 


73 


" 6 


372 


52 


76 




108 


6 


406 


28 


111 




74 


Totals 


1,925 


173 


669 


1 


415 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



41 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

NINTH DISTRICT. — Continued. 







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Precinct 1 • • 


265 
303 
307 
300 

178 


33 
23 
19 

22 
8 


109 

108 

17 

77 
189 




105 


2 


81 


'« 3 


112 


" 4 


73 


5 


61 


" 6 


122 
331 


14 
13 


187 

48 




39 


7 


88 


Totals 


1,806 


132 


735 




554 ' 



Waed 13. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

" ,7 

8 

Totals 

Grand totals 



293 
332 
313 
279 
309 
271 
323 
256 



2,376 



14,535 



o 
10 

7 



11 

14 

9 

5 



61 



703 



14 
13 
10 
24 
46 
45 
21 
24 



197 



5,910 



84 
95 
83 
124 
77 
70 
89 
79 



701 



4,010 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 30,620, Votes cast, 21,149. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 69.07 per cent. 
This district includes also the town of Winthrop. 



42 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for RepresentatiA e in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 12. 


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Blanks. 


Precinct 1 


185 
123 
171 

219 
167 
383 

328 


366 
317 
156 
243 
218 
193 
73 




19 


2 


19 


" 3 


. 28 


4 


34 


5 


29 


'' 6 


49 


" 7 


38 






Totals 


1,576 


1,566 




216 






Ward 14. 
Precinct 1 


470 
511 
306 
228 
257 
246 
375 
319 


116 
38 
108 
153 
220 
187 
181 
191 




54 


2 


34 


3 


16 


4 


22 


" 5 


24 


6 


26 . 


" 7 


28 


'' 8 


38 






Totals 


2,712 


1,194 




242 






Ward 15. 


204 

428 
326 
286 
319 
262 
285 
303 


67 

46 

66 

90 

113 

148 

123 

121 




25 


" 2 


31 


" 3 


14 


4 


38 


^' 5 


20 


6. 


16 • 


7 


36 


8 


31 






Totals 


2,413 


774 




211 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



43 



Votes Cast for Representative iii Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

TENTH BISTHICT. — Continued. 



Ward 16. 



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Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Totals. 



220 
377 
427 
202 
234 
99 
465 



2,024 



113 
94 

210 
293 
228 
328 
170 



1,436 



35 

24 
12 
24 
28 
19 
48 



190 



Waed 17. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4, 
5 
6 
7 

8, 
" 9 



Totals 



268 


64 




291 


39 




192 


178 




274 


237 




268 


64 




295 


23 




318 


65 




410 


140 




232 


160 




2,548 


970 





36 
82 
17 
21 
35 
35 
30 
44 
23 



273 



Ward 18. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
o 
6 

Totals . . 



381 


121 




329 


• 168 




250 


240 




378 


209 




486 


75 




443 


173 




2,267 


986 





51 
60 
65 
77 
67 
18 

338 



* Elected. 



44 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

TENTH DISTKICT. — Continued. 



Ward 19. 



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Totals . 



315 
317 
488 
404 
268 
367 
573 
434 



3,166 



1*22 

74 

30 

53 

113 

128 

116 

92 



728 



36 
40 
51 
37 
25 
43 
35 
79 



346 



Wabd 20. 



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



Totals 



349 


379 . 




328 


372 




278 


305 




• 342 


146 


1 


404 


408 




291 


511 




242 


459 




230 


531 




2,464 


3,111 


1 



41 
21 

14 
35 
26 
24 
24 
38 



223 



Ward 24. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



Totals 



Grand totals. 



291 


171 




223 


213 




248 


408 




221 


241 




146 


297 




195 


234 




221 


402 




262 


491 




185 


304 




1,992 


2,761 




21,162 


13,526 


1 



33 
27 
29 
11 
16 
21 
19 
33 
26 



215 



2,254 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 43,122. Votes cast, 34,689. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 80.44 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Milton and Quincy. 



Election Department. 



45 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



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Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

Totals . . 



117 


39 


250 


37 


170 


6 


207 


5.4 


96 


4 


153 


28 


102 


4 


284 


28 


125 


1 


272 


84 


84 


7 


333 


41 


173 


9 


295 


57 


135 


6 


409 


64 


145 


6 


341 


50 


1,147 


82 


2,544 


393 



64 
37 
28 
36 
42 
39 
51 
46 
43 



386 



Waed 22. 

Precinct 1 

2 

" 3 

4 

5 

6 

. " 7 

8 

Totals 



222 


20 


382 


77 


250 


28 


97 


20 


256 


9 


70 


29 


154 


19 ' 


316 


47 


176 


36 


212 


38 


59 


11 


267 


46 


61 


3 


283 


68 


221 


28 


194 


37 


1,399 


154 


1,821 


362 



67 
76 
60 
63 

81 
29 

22 

82 



480 



Ward 23. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

Totals... 



82 


1 


179 


43 


272 


3 


95 


28 


247 


9 


86 


18 


200 


6 


171 


53 


202 


23 


320 


33 


76 


19 


380 


34 


67 


■4 


286 


50 


51 


4 


353 


42 


96 


6 


115 


31 


1,293 


75 


1,985 


332 



19 
62 
75 

42 
65 

44 
16 

28 
28 



379 



* Elected. 



46 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, 
State Election, 1900. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT — Continued. 







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Precinct 1 


140 


11 


287 


31 


63 


'' 2 


77 
52 


9 
12 


344 

282 


34 

35 


45 


3 


30 


4 


225 


19 


114 


15 


68 


5 


194 


6 


181 


40 


48 


" 6 


141 

234 


12 
11 


261 
167 


44 

29 


64 


" 7 


50 






Totals 


1,063 


80 


1,636 


228 


368 






Grand totals 


4,902 


391 


7,986 


1,315 


1,613 







* Elected. 

Eegistered voters, 18,627. Votes cast, 14,594. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 78.35 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises the City of Nevrton and the 
towns of Bellingham, Belmont, Brookline, Dedham, Dover, Foxboro', 
Franklin, Hohiston, Hopedale, Hyde Park, Medfield, Medway, Milford, 
Millis, Needham, Norfolk, North Attleboro', Norwood, Sharon, Sher- 
born, Walpole, Watertown, and Wrentham. 



Election Department. 



47 



Votes Cast for Councillor, State Election, 1900. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



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16 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

Totals 



101 

76 

62 

158 

119 

85 



601 



1,505 

3,232 
2,617 
1,910 
2,054 
2,710 



14,028 



1,416 
1,782 
1,294 
1,392 
1,311 
1,410 



8,605 



628 
709 
579 
756 
580 
763 



4,015 



Registered voters, 31,258. Votes cast, 23,234. 

Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 74.33 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol, and the First 
and Second Norfolk Senatorial Districts. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


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Republican. 


lilanks. 


1 


" 88 

• 68 

53 

86 


997 
1,685 
1,135 
1.132 


1,910 
513 
673 
600 


725 
690 
551 
555 


3 


4... 


5 






Totals ! 295 

1 

1 


4,949 


3,696 


2,521 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 13,553. Votes cast, 8,940. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 65.96 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop and 
the First, Second and Third Middlesex Senatorial Districts. 



48 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Councillor, State Election, 1900. 

FOUETH DISTRICT. 



Wards. 



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2 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

17 

18 

19 

25 

Totals 



617 

603 

467 

703 

800 

2,160 

2,334 

1,679 

280 

1,262 

878 

1,132 

1,068 

884 

1,601 



16,468 



2,041 
1,590 
1,217 

1,884 
1,683 
721 
634 
1,193 
2,425 
2,296 
2,050 
2,102 
1,892 
2,649 
1,166 



25,543 



737 
987 
479 
596 
744 
538 
498 
486 
630 
590 
470 
557 
631 
706 
607 



9,256 



* Elected. 

Registered voters, 61,518. Yotes cast, 42,013. 

Proportion of men registered who vot6d, 68.30 per cent. 



Election Department. 



49 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Wakd 1. 



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Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
■ 8 
9 



Totals 



57 

30 

81 

56 

128 

226 

177 

224 

43 



1,022 



197 
278 
345 
313 
231 
77 
196 
175 
126 



1,938 



36 



2 
2 
6 
5 
5 
5 
8 
15 
8 



56 



51 

44 
72 
56 
64 
123 
109 
94 
55 



668 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 4,336. Votes cast, 3,052. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 70.39 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop. 



50 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 3. 


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T*rpr*iTir*.f; 1 


172 
66 
91 

22 
39 
14 


122 
317 
269 
409 
335 
297 


45 
76 
88 
99 
126 
95 


55 


t' 2 


41 


3 

■" 4. 


39 
55 


't 5 


54 


I' A 


30 






Totals 


404 


1,749 


529 


274 






Ward 4. 

T'rfiP.inot', 1 


64 

• 151 

169 

85 

20 

103 


226 
110 
164 
206 
207 
141 


89 
29 
81 
80 
110 
59 


51 


'i 2 


48 


3 


44 


" 4 


60 


'I 5 


56 


" 6 


59 






Totals 


592 


1,054 


448 


318 






Ward 5. 

T*TPf*,lTlP,1" 1 


173 
102 

27 
74 
65 
69 


114 
255 

288 
114 ' 

228 
179 


64 
66 
57 
30 
92 
69 


46 


It 2 


46 


t' 3 , 


52 


" 4, 


46 


I' 5 


• 52 


" a 


65 






Totals 


510 


1,178 


378 


307 






(rranrl totals 


1,506 


3,981 


1,355 


899 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 9,217. Votes cast, 6,842. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 74.23 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Ward 3 of Cambridge. 



Election Department. 



51 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

THIRD SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 2. 



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Precinct 1 
2 
3 

5 
6 

7 
8 



Totals, 



275 
191 
273 
253 
191 
220 
829 
316 



2,048 



23 
13 
11 
21 
11 
11 
8 
22 



120 



78 
56 
91 
56 
47 
112 
50 
72 



562 



94 
55 
77 
74 
91 
61 
102 
111 



665 



Precinct 



Wabd 6. 



196 
234 
245 
215 
231 
109 
233 
213 



10 
11 

5 

9 
10 

1 
17 

9 



36 
31 
53 
45 
114 
159 
57 
18 



74 
171 
108 
133 
134 

38 
131 
130 



Totals , 



1,676 



72 



513 



919 



Precinct 



Totals 



Ward -8. 



Grand totals 



370 


34 


40 


269 


23 


101 


84 


13 


251 


330 


30 


95 


350 


54 


84 


380 


26 


111 


1,783 


180 


682 


5,507 


372 


1,757 



96 
79 
45 
96 
120 
102 



538 



2,122 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 11,981. Votes cast, 7,636. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.73 per cent. 



52 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

FOUETH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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11 

16 
12 
12 
14 
10 


117 
183 
218 
85 
367 
295 


100 

59 

101 

102 

35 

36 


41 


" 2 


61 


" 3 ..„ 


86 


" 4 , 


57 


" 5 


73 


" 6 


72 






Totals 


75 


1,265 


433 


390 






Wakd 9. 






♦ 




Precinct 1 


40 
24 
20 
17 
17 
13 
15 


246 
287 
298 
285 
159 
109 
305 


105 
101 

16 

81 
188 
185 

48 


121 


«' 2 


103 


'I 3 


121 


" 4 ; 


89 


" 5 


72 


'' 6 


55 


" 7 


107 






Totals : 


146 


1,689 


724 


668 






Ward 17. 




• 






Precinct 1 


11 


217 


62 


78 


'' 2 


14 

1.1 
13 


247 
164 

222 


45 
170 
238 


56 


" 3 


42 


4 


59 


" 5 


7 
12 

6 

11 
10 


236 
240 
290 
340 

187 


65 

27 

65 

149 

166 


59 




74 


'' 7 


52 




94 


" 9 


52 






Totals .' 


95 


2,143 


987 


566 






firranfl totals 


316 


5,097 


2,144 


1,624 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 11,361. . Votes cast, 7,557. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 66.52 per cent. 



Election Department. 



53 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, lOOO. 

FIFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 


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Precinct 1 


70 
160 
148 
200 
153 
230 
386 
376 
247 


191 

145 

93 

89 

m 

120 
150 
195 
128 


i" 


22 


'' 2 


32 


" 3 


26 


" 4 


35 


" 5 


23 


" 6 


34 


" 7 


30 


" 8 


47 


'' 9 


22 






Totals 


1,970 


1,177 


1 


271 






Ward 12. 
Precinct 1 .....;....- 


377 
325 
160 
258 
235 
209 
123 


153 
105 
154 

188 

148 

362 

. 281 




40 


" 2 ; 


29 


3 


41 


" 4 


50 


'' 5 


! 31 


6 


.1 54 


" 7 




35 






Totals 


1,687 


1,391 




280 






Ward 18. 
Precinct 1 


134 
170 
229 
227 
90 
182 


358 
324 
247 
356 
467 
397 




61 


«' 2... .... 


63 


" 3 


79 


" 4 


81 


'' 5 


71 


'« 6 


55 






Totals 


1,032 


2,149 




410 






Grand totals 


4,689 


4 717 


1 


961 







*Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,521. Votes cast, 9,407. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 75.13 per cent. 



54 



City Document No. 13. 



Vote Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTllICT. 

















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Precinct 1 


287 


24 




85 


" 2 


344 

320 


26 
13 




80 


3 


80 


" 4 


312 


31 




84 


" 5 


319 

287 
331 


42 
40 

27 




82 


" a . 


73 


7 


84 


" 8 


247 


31 




86 






Totals 


2,447 . 


234 




654 






Ward 14. 










Precinct 1 


423 

445 
257 
187 
211 
201 
317 
266 


122 

32 
116 
162 
234 
185 
180 
198 . 




95 


" 2 


106 


" 3 


57 


" 4 


' 54 


" 5 


56 


" 6 


73 


" 7 


87 


'* 8 


84 






Totals 


2,307 


1,229 




612 







Ward 15. 
Precinp.t 1 


180 
374 

282 
266 
278 
210 
243 
266 


52 
47 
73 
100 
117 
161 
116 
131 


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64 


t. 


2 


84 


Li 


3 


51 


I 


4 


48 


I 


5 


57 


I 


6 


55 


t 


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84 


4 


' 8 


58 








Toi 


bals 


2,099 


797 


1 


501 






GrTi 


ind totals 


6,853 


2,260 


1 


1,767 







* Elected. 
Eegistered voters, 12,769. Votes cast, 9,114. 

Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 71.38 per cent. 



Election Department. 



55 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

SEVENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 16. 


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Precinct 1 


131 
115 
232 
322 
241 
331 
201 


1G6 
316 
328 
139 
184 
65 
377 




71 


" 2 

" 3 


64 
89 


'* 4 

" 5 


58 
65 


6 


50 


7 


105 






Totals 


1,573 


1,575 




502 






Ward 20. 
Precinct 1 


414 
398 
323 
170 
442 
520 
479 
543 


282 
251 
237 
287 
314 
238 
183 
174 




73 


2 


72 


" 3 


37 


4 : •. 


67 


5 


82 


" 6 


68 


7 


63 


8 


82 






Totals ... 


3,289 


1,966 




544 






Ward 24. 


200 
222 
420 
249 
276 
237 
426 
501 
288 


233 
170 
183 
173 
119 
168 
155 
201 
153 


i 


62 


2 


71 


3 


82 


4 


51 


i' 5 


64 


6 


45 


" 7 


60 


8 


84 


9 


74 






Totals 


2,819 


1,555 


1 


593 






1.639 


Grand totals 


7,681 


5,096 


1 





* Elected. 
Registered voters, 16,481. Votes cast, 12,778. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 77.53 per cent. 



b6 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

EIGHTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



% 

Ward 21. 


Frank W. Estey, 
Republican. 


Edward Seaver,* 
Democratic. 


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Precinct 1 


222 
174 
117 
223 
229 
285 
260 
356 
244 


200 
242 
153 
171 

184 
165 
256 
234 
284 


i" 


85 


2 

" 3 


58 
39 


" 4 


60 


" 5 


60 


6 

" 7 


54 
69 


" 8 


70 


" 9 


57 






Totals 


2,110 


1,889 


1 


552 






Ward 22. 
Precinct 1 


• 319 
68 
48 
242 
182 
227 
234 
168 


321 
273 

283 
257 
236 
120 
L52 
275 




128 


" 2 


130 


" 3.. 


93 


" 4 


100 


" 5 


125 


" 


65 


" 7 


51 


" 8 


119 






Totals 


1,488 


1,917 




811 






Ward 23. 


151 
86 
72 
168 
301 
350 
279 
305 
127 


146 

286 
268 
248 
268 
163 
119 
143 
121 


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27 


" 2 


88 


3 


95 


" 4 


56 


*' 5 


74 


" 6 


40 


" 7 


24 


" 8. 


30 




28 








1,839 


1,762 


1 


462 








5,437 


5,568 


2 


1,825 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 14,777. Votes cast, 11,007. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 74.49 per cent. 



Election Department. 



57 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1900. 

NINTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 11. 





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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7, 
8 
9 



Totals 



90 


6 


122 


5 


165 


8 


122 


1 


81 


1 


55 


1 


46 




51 





57 


1 


789 


23 



244 
210 
211 
311 
236 
199 
280 
254 
305 



2,250 



66 
96 
63 
50 
20 
22 
32 
24 
31 



404 



Ward 19. 



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



Totals , 



263 
290 
449 
360 
219 
305 
497 
344 



2,727 



11 
19 
12 

8 
17 
15 
20 
35 



137 



146 

80 

53 

72 

133 

146 

154 

131 



915 



53 
42 
55 
54 
37 
72 
53 
95 



461 



Ward 25. 



Precinct 



Totals 



Grand totals 



189 


13 


263 


114 


13 


327 


79 


8 


266 


265 


9 


122 


240 


7 


181 


223 


5 


230 


256 


. 4 


180 


1,366 


59 


1,569 


4,882 


219 


4,734 

1 



67 
55 
58 
45 
41 
64 
51 



381 



1,246 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 12,886. Votes cast, 9,835. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 76.32 per cent. 



58 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 







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139 


181 


61 


•74 




167 


2 


223 


256 


25 


63 


1 


144 


3 


272 


307 


88 


116 





233 


4 


250 


288 


60 


87 




179 


5 


209 


226 


132 


117 




180 


6 


94 


90 


214 


220 




260 


" -7 


207 


226 


144 


. 174 




235 


8 


158 


233 


140 


260 




235 


9. 


135 


129 


36 


47 




125 


Totals 


1,687 


1,936 


900 


1,158 


1 


1,758 





SECOND DISTRICT. 



Ward 2. 



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2. 
3. 
4. 

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6. 

7. 
8. 

Totals . . . 



305 


286 


196 


192 


244 


241 


254 


244 


186 


214 


234 


236 


328 


336 


310 


300 


2,057 


2,049 



24 
10 
9 
22 
12 
12 
16 
31 

136 



14 

7 
20 
7 
5 
6 
4 
13 



76 



62 


48 


45 


35 


78 


53 


60 


49 


47 


42 


83 


74 


39 


26 


64 


59 


478 


386 



201 
145 

258 
172 

174 
163 
229 

265 



1,607 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



59 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

THIKD DISTRICT. 





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197 
87 

108 
32 


179 
79 

103 
36 


126 
310 
270 
394 


116 
319 
269 
415 


170 


" 2 


205 


" 3 


224 


4 


293 


'' 5 


52 
24 


53 
26 


367 
317 


359 
323 


277 


'^ 6 


182 






Totals 


500 


476 


1,784 


1,801 


1,351 







FOURTH DISTRICT. 









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59 
157 


71 

109 


315 

128 


246 
112 


169 


2 


170 


3 


171 


140 


223 


193 


189 


4 


101 


107 


246 


231 


177 


5 


26 


56 


257 


283 


164 


^' 6 


120 


87 


162 


177 


178 






Totals 


634 


570 


1,331 


1,242 


1,047 







* Elected. 



60 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 5. 


Harlan A. Blunt, 
Republican. 


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Republican. 


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2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


188 

115 

33 

77 
75 
77 


127 
261 
330 
120 
243 
198 


112 

270 
319 
108 
258 
185 


13 
19 
15 

22 
39 
22 


147 
92 
21 
66 
66 
67 


...... 


207 
180 
130 
134 
193 
215 


Totals 


565 


1,279 


1,252 


130 


459 


2 


1,059 



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1 


133 


138 


18 


104 


106 


16 


117 




2 


219 


238 


14 


148 


106 


11 


158 




3 


185 


169 


21 


171 


117 


20 


139 




4 


150 

228 


150 

206 


16 

65 


156 
131 


98 
71 


21 
65 


213 




5 


212 




6 


76 


73 


155 


44 


9 


129 


128 




7 


260 


220 


28 


133 


64 


26 


145 




8 


141 


194 


7 


155 


78 


7 


158 








Totals 


1,392 


1,388 


324 


1,042 


649 


295 


1,270 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



61 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 











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100 
145 

192 

89 

275 

237 


125 
73 
162 
113 
113 
98 


95 
167 
154 

65 

289 
209 


• 83 
46 
72 
82 
34 
34 


135 


2 


207 


'' 3 


254 


'* 4 


.163 


5 


267 


6 


248 






Totals 


1,038 


684 


979 


351 


. 1,274 







EIGHTH DISTRICT. 





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12 


8 


30 


32 


381 


384 


28 


25 


1 


179 


'' 2... 


32 


32 


63 


20 


285 


280 


23 


54 




155 


" 3... 


85 


80 


138 


9 


93 


93 


9 


118 




161 


'' 4... 


34 


25 


62 


36 


333 


315 


25 


86 




186 


" 5... 


25 


22 


58 


57 


351 


346 


51 


56 




250 


" 6... 


30 


21 


74 


31 


382 


374 


27 


74 




225 


Totals .... 


218 


188 


425 


185 


1,825 


1,792 


163 


413 


1 


1,156 



* Elected. 



62 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 







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80 
84 
18 
65 
180 
170 
42 


306 
303 
340 
292 
144 
104 
316 


228 
262 
278 
302 
142 
105 
328 


35 
22 
24 
18 
11 
7 
13 


27 
24 
19 
18 
13 
9 
18 


82 
95 
16 
62 
162 
173 
44 


266 


" 2. . . . '. 


240 


" 3 


215 


'' 4 


187 


"• 5 :.. 


220 


6 


156 


" 7 


189 






Totals 


639 


1,805 


1,645 


130 


128 


634 


1,473 





TENTH DISTRICT. 



■ Ward 10. 


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Freeman O. Emerson,* 
Republican. 


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" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5.. 

" 6 

7 

" 8 

" 9... 


119 
87 
70 
56 
30 
75 
87 

137 
78' 


81 
169 
157 
208 
163 
238 
432 
394 
264 


70 
146 
120 
162 
144 
209 
366 
319 
231 


119 
92 
59 
41 
24 
69 
73 

107 
70 


1 


177 
180 
128 
183 
123 
177 
173 
279 
151 


Totals 


739 


2,106 


1,767 


654 


1 


1,571 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



63 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 11, 



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Precinct 1 

" 3 

" 5 
" 6 

7 
'' 8 
" 9 

Totals . . 



87 

106 

143 

122 

58 

51 

50 

48 

63 



728 



248 
219 
219 
313 

274 
210 
294 
277 
302 



2,356 



65 
99 
141 
106 
26 
26 
25 
57 
32 



577 



250 

228 
233 
306 
249 
184 
269 
220 
286 



2,225 



162 

214 

158 

121 

69 

83 

78 

56 

105 



1,046 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 12. 


James. F. Bliss,* 
Republican. 


Arthur K. Peck,* 
Republican. 


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Precinct 1 '. . . 


374 
342 

168 
281 
242 
220 
104 


354 
330 
161 
247 

223 
209 
112 


115 
76 
145 
157 
125 
318 
274 


1 


297 
170 
236 
,307 


" 2 


" 3 


" 4 


" 5 ■ .... 


238 


" 6 


502 


'' 7 


388 




Totals 


1,731 


1,636 


1,210 


1 


2,138 





* Elected. 



64 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 13. 



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2 
3 

5 
6 

8 

Totals . . 



85 
45 
37 
36 
99 
57 
46 
63 



468 



106 
174 
144 
160 
143 
128 
210 
166 



1,231 



208 


10 


197 


9 


231 


.5 


190 


4 


204 


25 


188 


20 


165 


14 


108 


17 


491 


104 



189 
253 
190 
239 
182 
193 
209 
174 



1,629 



8 
7 
9 
17 
30 
29 
18 
19 



137 



186 
215 
210 
208 
203 
185 
222 
181 

1,610 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 



















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412 
463 
270 
191 
215 
208 
324 
285 


90 
32 
102 
151 
208 
170 
169 
171 


94 
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93 
136 
193 
159 
145 
154 


424 

429 
248 
171 
207 
200 
315 
259 


260 


2 


211 


" 3 


. 147 


4 


157 


^' 5 ■.. 


179 


6 


•181 


" 7 


215 


8 


227 


Totals 


2,368 


1,093 


1,005 


2,253 


1,577 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



65 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. . 











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Robert Ker 
Republican 


Daniel Lew 
Republican 






Precinct 1 


216 
387 


47 
40 


44 
37 


191 
366 


94 


2 


180 


3 


276 


67 


67 


279 


123 


4 


275 


79 


79 


272 


123 


5 


283 


102 


105 


269 


145 


6 


216 
235 


135 
113 


146 
110 


213 

238 


142 


i 


192 


8 


260 


115 


117 


246 


172 


Totals 


2,148 


698 


705 


2,074 


1,171 





SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 16. 


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Frank E. Wells,* 
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Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 


198 
300 
309 
129 
150 
58 
302 


154 

258 
289 
128 
150 
52 
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11 
16 
17 
45 
38 
44 
34 


131 
140 
275 
298 
281 
298 
292 


107 
113 
201 
297 
240 
317 
195 


140 
163 
207 
141 
121 
123 
199 


Totals 


1,441 


1,375 


205 


1,715 


1 470 ' 1 OQJ. 






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6^ 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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235 
238 
140 
206 


226 
262 
163 
235 


56 • 

42 
176 
233 


57 

39 

163 

218 


162 


2 


143 


3 


132 


4 


172 


5 


228 
261 
287 
360 
196 


252 
259 
292 
356 
201 


52 

28 

55 

131 

134 


60 

23 

48 

138 

159 


142 


6 


135 


7 


144 


8 


203 


9 


140 






Totals 


2,151 


2,246 


907 


905 


1,373 







EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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117 


99 


291 


274 


325 


" 2 


159 


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254 


251 


307 


" 3 


248 


200 


157 


178 


327 


'' 4 


231 

79 


208 
73 


241 
427 


274 
298 


374 


" 5 


379 


6 


162 


147 


330 


320 


309 






Totals 


996 


870 


1,700 


1,595 


2,021 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



67 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 





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Archibald T. 
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Neil J. Wall 
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Precinct 1 


138 


268 


242 


130 


168 


" 2 


79 

30 

52 

130 


276 
445 
358 
220 


247 
426 
337 
210 


72 

32 

54 

104 


188 


" 3 


205 


^' 4 


187 


6 


148 


" 6 


145 
120 
101 


297 
494 
360 


281 
459 

338 


124 

116 
95 


229 


" 7 


259 


" 8 


316 






Totals 


795 


2,718 


2,540 


727 


1,700 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 



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" 7 

" 8 


399 
372 
311 
148 

428 
478 
477 
524 


378 
380 
281 
138 
400 
484 
446 
499 


256 
250 
227 
276 
308 
220 
172 
192 


240 
234 
207 
260 
273 
181 
145 
139 


2 


265 
206 
168 
226 
267 
289 
210 
242 


Totals 


3,137 


3,006 


1,901 


1,679 


2 


1,873 





* Elected. 



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City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 





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Precinct 1 


242 


206 


124 


209 


233 


" 2 


210 

142 


233 
126 


183 
109 


159 
118 


163 


3 


123 


4 


262 


390 


107 


198 


151 


" 5 


250 
312 


199 
181 


128 
96 


177 
217 


194 


6 


202 


7 


264 


263 


185 


217 


241 


8 


424 


211 


199 


265 


221 


'' 9 


345 


245 


167 


206 


207 






Totals 


2,451 


1,854 


1,298 


1,766 


1,735 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



Ward 22. 


John Bleiler,* 
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Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


Harry A. Goodwin, 
Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


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Richard D. Schmidt, 
Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 




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


397 
152 
102 
294 
246 
240 
257 
198 


376 
65 
58 
297 
200 
282 
322 
214 


21 
14 
15 
14 

22 

8 

9- 
12 


24 
23 
20 
15 
38 
6 
5 
11 


258 
240 
237 
164 
201 
81 
70 
184 


20 

12 
8 
8 

19 
8 
3 

14 


187 
177 
220 
167 
148 
56 
58 
262 


11 

10 

3 

3 

12 

13 

1 

4 


242 
249 
185 
236 
200 
130 
149 
230 


Totals 


1,881 


1,814 


115 


142 


1,435 


92 


1,275 


57 


1,621 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



69 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 



Ward 23. 



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2 
3 
4 
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7 
8 
9 



167 

88 
85 
183 
329 
356 
290 
355 
112 



100 

278 

238 

212 

170 

82 

69 

70 

108 



144 
324 
282 
234 
241 
112 
72 
67 
118 



145 
72 

71 
157 
289 
338 
278 
342 
114 



92 
158 
194 
158 
257 
218 
137 
122 
100 



Totals , 



1,965 



1,327 



1,594 



1,806 



1.436 



TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 24. 



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Precinct 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



233 

238 
467 
284 
296 
238 
440 
517 
294 



187 
208 
379 
233 
288 
241 
392 
442 
276 



201 
155 
151 
155 
108 
147 
143 
195 
123 



172 
136 
132 

126 
100 
137 
120 
158 
138 



197 
189 
241 
148 
126 
137 
189 
260 
199 



Totals 



3,007 



2,646 



1,378 



1,219 



1,686 



* Elected. 



70 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1900. 

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230 
259 
234 


182 
115 
126 


84 
71 

28 


263 
323 
251 


305 


" 2 


250 


3 


183 


" 4. 


129 
179 


218 
223 


168 
115 


61 
148 


306 


5 


273 


" 6 


268 
206 


153 
220 


127 
126 


228 
156 


268 


" 7 


274 






Totals 


1,505 


1,237 


719 


1,430 


1,859 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



71 



Votes Cast for Sheriff, Suffolk County, 
State ElectioD, lOOO, 

TO FILL VACANCY FOR REMAINDER OF TER^NI OF THREE 
YEARS, FROM FIRST WEDNESDAY OF JANUARY, 1899. 



Wards. 



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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 ..... 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



194 
252 
224 
207 
183 
220 
229 
25.5 
307 
168 
90 
224 
362 
393 
340 
242 
347 
334 
432 
246 
185 
353 
276 
295 
272 



6,630 



363 
931 
849 
422 
459 
645 
139 
047 
812 
445 
6.56 
312 
661 
701 
257 
513 
382 
006 
618 
470 
525 
774 
901 
561 
200 



58,649 



,163 

,211 

883 

782 

731 

,315 

795 

881 

,108 

805 

720 

822 

,312 

,053 

800 

895 

,062 

,251 

,189 

,083 

842 

,088 

887 

,112 

903 



24,693 



* Elected. 



Registered voters, 106,329. Votes cast, 65,286. 

Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 61.40 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 



72 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Register of Deeds, Suffolk County, 
State Election, 1900. 



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 



2,428 
1,946 
1,921 
1,483 
1,475 
1,753 
1,178 
2,096 
1,885 
2,403 
2,654 
2,337 
1,731 
2,789 
2,383 
2,562 
2,576 
2,127 
2,709 
4,524 
3,482 
2,839 
2,936 
3,784 
2,289 



60,290 



1,292 
1,449 
1,035 

929 

898 
1,427 

985 
1,086 
1,342 
1,015 

812 
1,021 
1,604 
1,358 
1,015 
1,088 
1,215 
1,464 
1,530 
1,275 
1,070 
1,377 
1,127 
1,184 
1,085 



29,683 



* Elected. 



Kegistered voters, 106,329. Votes cast, 60,296. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 56.71 per cent. 

The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 



Election DEPAiiTMENT. 



73 



Number of Men Reg^istered who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LISTS), STATE ELECTION, 1900. 



Wards. 



1 
2 
3 

4: 

5 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



Precincts. 



1. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 7. 



8. 



9. 



311 

470 
394 
430 
397 
316 
269 
540 
512 
283 
406 
570 
396 
640 
296 
368 
368 
553 
473 
769 
507 
768 
324 
495 
532 



356 
315 
500 
338 
469 
447 
319 
472 
515 
337 
433 
459 
450 
583 
505 
495 
362 
557 
431 
721 
474 
471 
460 
463 
509 



508 
452 
487 
458 
424 
411 
417 
393 
455 
267 
447 
355 
413 
430 
406 
649 
387 
555 
569 
597 
309 
424 
435 
685 
411 



432 
404 
585 
431 
264 
402 
256 
551 
472 
325 
484 
496 
427 
403 
414 
519 
532 
664 
494 
524 
454 
599 
472 
473 
441 



432 

340 
554 
393 
437 
489 
489 
608 
436 
242 
338 
414 
443 
501 
452 
490 
367 
628 
406 
838 
474 
543 
643 
459 
409 



439 

404 
436 
362 
382 
307 
413 
619 
362 
384 
277 
625 
400 
459 
426 
446 
353 
634 
538 
826 
504 
412 
553 
450 
522 



493 

489 



438 



513 

521 



370 



475 
566 
358 
439 
442 
584 
444 
683 
413 



724 
725 
585 
437 
423 
642 
491 



618 
329 



364 
548 
455 



594 



605 
799 
660 
562 
478 
786 



236 



397 
394 



415 



585 

276 
515 



Totals. 



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3,720 
3,395 
2,956 
2,412 
2,373 
3,180 
2,163 
3,183 
3,227 
3,419 
3,466 
3,358 
3,335 
4,148 
3,398 
3,650 
3,791 
3,591 
4,240 
5,799 
4,552 
4,216 
4,064 
4,968 
3,375 



4,336 
4,120 
3,480 
2,891 
2,846 
3,938 
2,796 
3,923 
4,094 
4,140 
4,083 
4,039 
3,933 
4,784 
4,052 
4,198 
4,471 
4,342 
4,953 
6,616 
5,289 
4,931 
4,557 
5,667 
3,850 



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85.79 
82.40 
84.94 
83 .43 
83.38 
80.75 
77.36 
81.14 
78.82 
82.58 
84.89 
83.14 
84.80 
86.71 
83.86 
86.95 
84.79 
82.70 
85.60 
87.65 
86.07 
85.50 
89.18 
87.67 
87.66 



89,979 106,329 



Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 84.62 per cent. 



74 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in General Court, 
Special Election, March 19, 1900. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 





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67 


285 


29 




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24 

4 

46 

78 


166 

85 

215 

239 


13 

8 

13 

31 


3 


" 3 




" 4 


3 


" 5 


7 


6 


38 


278 


4 








Totals 


257 


1,218 


98 


13 







* Elected. 



Yotes cast, 1,573. 



Eegistered voters, 3,832. 



MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 
December 11, 1900. 



76 City Document No. 13. 

Registered Voters (Men), Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward. 



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. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



359 
563 

468 
507 
479 
409 
348 
633 
698 
344 
498 



491 

778 
361 
439 
481 
668 
563 
883 
572 
901 
358 
571 
622 



407 
407 
593 
403 
549 
538 
418 
590 
677 
429 
531 
541 
527 
694 
628 
588 
431 
690 
516 
826 
564 
557 
504 
512 
567 



575 
548 
557 
528 
529 
535 
549 
490 
540 
337 
553 
425 
486 
479 
498 
744 
441 
686 
662 
680 
357 
505 
485 
807 
473 



492 
479 
721 
519 
332 
538 
368 
710 
604 
396 
566 
600 
517 
465 
489 
596 
609 
813 
582 
602 
524 
697 
.549 
535 
519 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



9. 



523 
418 
655 
487 
525 
623 
583 
749 
558 
324 
401 
520 
514 
563 
528 
558 
431 
751 
492 
990 
563 
674 
744 
506 
526 



525 

489 

504 

452 

457 

362 

544 

784 

438 

461 

321 

778 

467 

506 

492 

507 

425 

749 

636 

919 

579 

493 

628 

500 

602 



599 
604 



525 



604 
684 
413 
531 
504 
662 
532 
772 
484 



854 
834 
701 
509 
469 
751 
560 



592 
644 



418 



734 
381 



443 
648 
531 



698 



278 



474 
464 



481 



684 
906 
768 
637 
527 
910 



667 

317 
600 



Total 



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4,350 

4,152 

3,498 

2,896 

2,871 

3,948 

2,810 

3,956 

4,119 

4,183 

4,128 

4,084 

3,949 

4,795 

4,059 

4,204 

4,481 

4,357 

4,989 

6,640 

5,295 

4,97 

4,581 

5,692 

3,869 



106,879 



67.55 
62.73 
77.41 
68.76 
68.29 
41.19 
51.12 
37.44 
47.68 
53.27 
64.94 
53.91 
55.24 
74.28 
71.94 
72.68 
63.04 
59.05 
66.73 
72.99 
75.64 
65.46 
74.07 
72.94 
67.84 



Proportion of men assessed who registered, 61.98 per cent. 



Election Department. 



77 



Registered Women Voters, Mviiiicipal Election, 1900. 



Wards 


Precincts. 


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1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 




1 


93 

14 

108 

36 

68 

7 

21 

4 

11 

17 

133 

165 

8 

42 

19 

45 

6 

32 

25 

115 

104 

100 

112 

74 

90 


126 

21 
56 
74 
56 
19 
53 
22 
22 
54 
27 

165 
10 
12 
26 
34 
15 
40 
36 

179 
77 
23 
22 
57 

112 


132 

19 
61 
81 
8 
19 
36 
51 
14 
53 

174 
80 
9 
55 
39 
64 
99 
68 
7 

122 
58 
20 
17 

147 

142 


115 

22 
16 
44 
21 
14 
17 
32 
14 
74 

213 
89 
18 
68 
74 
93 

105 
47 
29 
56 

140 
92 
69 
82 
32 


88 
19 
39 
15 
24 
18 
38 
14 
77 
32 

164 
53 
26 

119 
66 
82 
31 
25 
44 

122 

111 
42 
90 

101 
71 


7 

35 

27 

23 

30 

26 

16 

41 

91 

85 

123 

50 

29 

82 

112 

172 

5 

101 

54 

172 

177 

103 

86 

98 

107 


32 
11 


29 
4 


14 


636 


2 


145 


3 .... 


307 


4 








273 


5 








207 


6 


3 


3 




109 


7 


181 


8 








164 


9 


10 

147 

170 

46 

20 

69 

105 

32 

28 






239 


10 


102 
172 

8 
48 
47 


89 
114 


653 


11 


1,290 


12 


648 


13 


128 


14 


495 


15 


488 


16 .. 


522 


17 


47 


47 


383 


18 


313 


19 


42 
168 

97 
164 
114 
169 

97 


13 
118 
211 

60 
165 
129 


113 

36 

79 


250 


20 


1,052 

1,088 

604 


21 


22 


23 


711 


24 


1 936 


25 


: 651 










Total 


12,473 







78 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Street Conimissioner, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Wakds. 



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 



Precinct 1. 



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5 

1 

4 

4 

7 

1 

12 

10 

4 

7 

4 

4 

9 

5 

14 

8 

13 

10 

13 

3 

9 

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4 

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178 
113 
192 
111 
195 

46 

81 
293 

92 

70 
209 
290 

32 
146 

63 
117 

67 
129 
160 
355 
266 
386 
219 
133 
236 



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73 


12 


245 


2 


85 


4 


195 


3 


93 


1 


169 


4 


102 


21 


144 


20 


280 


6 


148 


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97 


10 


93 


1 


294 


6 


408 


4 


170 


4 


149 


10 


214 


9 


300 


13 


223 


4 


204 


2 


117 


19 


224 


3 


74 


4 


234 


8 


123 



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29 
11 
23 
13 
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10 
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25 
19 
15 

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33 
21 

9 
26 
27 



Precinct 2. 



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0-: 


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0.2 
b 








1-5 


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^'— ^ 











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6 


239 


3 


50 


6 


76 


3 


184 


7 


129 


5 


232 


5 


143 


3 


84 


1 


174 


2 


208 


10 


58 


6 


243 


5 


65 


2 


179 


10 


180 


15 


182 


5 


120 


5 


285 


2 


156 


7 


109 


1 


139 


4 


146 


3 


277 


4 


56 


12 


32 


6 


324 


10 


85 


2 


435 


11 


86 


7 


329 


3 


130 


6 


265 


4 


77 


3 


224 


15 


139 


5 


257 


6 


111 


8 


227 


8 


323 


3 


216 


2 


226 


3 


157 


9 


119 


15 


248 


1 


136 


1 


247 


8 


191 


5 


159 


6 


311 


9 


62 



21 
19 
24 
11 
12 
47 
17 
22 
14 
12 
31 
11 
12 
42 
23 
19 
23 
44 
33 
18 
15 
13 
35 
32 
17 



Election Department. 



79 



Votes Cast for Street Coiniuissioner, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



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 



ritECINCT 3. 





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5 


319 


5 


90 


3 


145 


2 


243 


3 


157 


4 


197 


4 


194 




145 


5 


57 


4 


276 


4 


75 


3 


211 


7 


108 


5 


202 


3 


207 


6 


72 


7 


38 


4 


293 


6 


142 


2 


65 


4 


182 


2 


171 


4 


149 


1 


125 


6 


24 


1 


309 


4 


138 


6 


251 


5 


113 
199 


1 


221 


9 


2 


294 


2 


205 


3 


127 


15 


211 


3 


161 


12 


112 


13 


353 


8 


277 


3 


164 


3 


148 


1 


86 


4 


102 


8 


233 


16 


118 


3 


251 


5 


346 


5 


179 


5 


256 


2 


47 



14 
19 
10 
10 
20 
40 
10 
11 
13 

6 
14 
14 
13 
16 

9 

19 
10 
32 
30 
11 
14 
22 
26 
13 
12 



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272 


6 


63 


6 


82 


3 


238 


9 


102 


4 


279 


8 


124 


3 


201 


3 


91 


6 


92 


5 


52 


5 


183 


4 


75 


5 


SO 


10 


200 


19 


238 


4 


121 


1 


235 


6 


184 


4 


74 


1 


288 


1 


105 


4 


226 


3 


132 


5 


45 


4 


291 


5 


190 


3 


176 


5 


116 


5 


240 


2 


281 


4 


104 


1 


241 


5 


171 


15 


210 


16 


251 


6 


127 


9 


293 


2 


178 


4 


255 


6 


251 


1 


100 


14 


269 


8 


156 


4 


206 


5 


194 


3 


210 


2 


166 


11 


115 


10 


221 



27 
21 
24 
11 

5 
78 
22 
27 
19 
21 
14 
10 
21 

9 
14 

3 
14 
34 
22 
20 

9 
30 
10 
11 
33 



80 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Street Commissioner, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



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.. 



Wards. 



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9 
4 
30 
3 
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10 
4 
9 
6 
5 
5 

11 
3 
4 
5 

21 
9 
3 
3 



199 


5 


75 


8 


107 


5 


68 


5 


102 


5 


116 


10 


75 


3 


225 


32 


167 


5 


131 


3 


260 


1 


206 


8 


59 


3 


228 


4 


126 


3 


220 


8 


111 


2 


108 


5 


151 


13 


380 


4 


253 




219 


18 


297 


12 


240 


8 


202 


2 



132 
192 
281 
220 
191 
204 
297 
216 
147 
45 
25 
89 
289 
214 
254 
131 
178 
374 
175 
213 
122 
180 
192 
100 
158 



15 
22 
21 
28 
13 
56 
10 
45 
66 
23 

7 
12 
10 
16 
14 
13 
12 
19 
16 
20 
11 
19 
31 

8 
17 



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145 

79 

96 

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5 


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8 


79 


11 


283 


2 


155 


2 


194 


1 


214 


11 


197 


1 


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3 


207 


8 


ISO 


1 


293 


1 


73 


9 


189 


11 


203 


9 


440 


3 


321 


7 


253 


14 


330 


5 


205 


3 


252 



19 
2 
6 



2 

4 
5 
6 

13 
6 

17 
4 

15 
4 

10 



236 
197 
228 
133 
159 

76 
235 
195 

93 
112 

22 
287 
246 
188 
179 

64 
207 
286 
230 
216 

70 

69 

68 
132 
120 



2 


27 
15 
10 
20 
14 

8 
10 
47 

7 
16 

2 
18 
13 
17 
13 
12 
20 
22 
14 
19 

9 

7 
12 
13 



Election Department. 



81 



Votes Cast for Street Coiniuissioiier, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 







Precinct 


7. 




Precinct 8. 






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J5 




b. 






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1 


6 
6 


186 
90 


5 
4 


211 
299 


30 
22 


7 
6 


165 
137 


9 
13 


244 

268 


14 


2 


28 


3 




4 












































6 


7 


78 


6 


172 


20 


2 


42 


9 


211 


44 


7 




8 






















9 


4 
2 


93 
353 
262 
125 

44 
205 
157 
216 
116 


4 

6 
4 

1 
11 

7 
8 


304 
79 
24 
230 
290 
304 


25 
16 
6 
15 
14 
21 












10 


7 


301 
257 


5 


159 
16 


20 


11 




12 


10 
11 

5 
10 
10 

6 




13 


1 
2 

8 


41 
212 

172 


4 

4 

12 


237 

257 
220 


12 


14 


22 






15 


210 
285 
221 


24 
24 
21 


12 


16 




17 


6 


208 


4 


255 


20 


18 




19 


6 


247 


14 


370 


23 


13 


120 


33 


• 360 


24 




6 
3 
1 
6 
5 
3 


389 
311 
325 

286 
359 

207 


4 
3 
1 

8 

2 
8 


142 

160 

58 

53 

110 

203 


17 
13 
17 
10 
•11 
17 


9 

4 

14 

1 
10 


459 
386 
200 
353 

387 


4 
3 
6 
4 

10 


134 
120 
245 
59 
159 


15 


21... 


16 




20 


23 


14 




14 


25 

















82 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Street Conmiissloner, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



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. 



Ward 9. 






P5 



OPh 
ftp 



O 



'i o 



135 



232 
250 



185 



329 



135 
246 



> . 

OS 
. o 

< ■ 



CO 



OJ 



1-5 



83 
33 



153 



137 



89 
115 



W 



13 



10 



14 



•-5 



TOTALS. 



^ 










A 










o 










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# 






^ 


Hi* 
ft s 


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bi) 








C5 '=^ 


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s 


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1-5-43 

3 




< 

1-5 


J» 














CD 










P 











'2 

el 

oi 



45 


1,799 


43 


1,154 




174 


43 


863 


47 


1,866 




175 


27 


766 


20 


1,302 




100 


32 


736 


21 


978 




103 


21 


711 


25 


1,019 




77 


49 


624 


40 


1,469 




321 


29 


483 


27 


1,095 




81 


76 


1,388 


112 


1,047 




187 


35 


786 


47 


1,637 




154 


34 


1,763 


34 


874 




149 


21 


2,061 


16 


639 




100 


46 


1,470 


38 


1,012 




85 


44 


336 


23 


2,280 




105 


47 


1,411 


26 


2,233 




169 


58 


1,013 


45 


1,823 




121 


44 


1,456 


35 


1,292 




99 


34 


1,283 


40 


1,750 




155 


78 


986 


44 


1,629 




170 


67 


1,231 


116 


2,231 




177 


59 


2,801 


32 


1,544 




128 


33 


2,491 


34 


1,069 


2 


125 


79 


1,873 


79 


1,413 




151 


61 


2,080 


59 


1,227 




150 


•51 


2,317 


44 


1,354 




143 


39 


1,.579 


49 


934 




136 


1,152 


34,307 


1,096 


34,871 


2 


3,535 



3,041 
2,819 
2,115 
1,767 
1,776 
2,182 
1,634 
2,623 
2,505 
2,705 
2,737 
2,566 
2,683 
3,717 
2,939 
2,827 
3,107 
2,737 
3,645 
4,436 
3,629 
3,444 
3,427 
3,766 
2,601 



(1,428 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 66.83 per cent. 



Election Department. 



83 



Votes Cast tor Alderiiian, Muiiioipal Klectioii, 1900. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 


John A. Grady, 

Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


* 

Is 

. o 

1-3 '^ 


David W. Simpson, 
Republican. 


73 


Precinct 1 


2 
1 
5 
1 
6 

11 

7 

5 

4 


71 

48 

82 

69 

129 

227 

189 

224. 

57 


192 
257 
334 
289 
209 
123 
232 
201 
139 


7 


2 


13 


3 


12 


" 4 

" 5 


14 

12 


" 6 

7 


14 
10 


8. .• 


9 


" 9 


10 






Totals 


42 


1,096 


1,976 


101 






Ward 2. 
T^vficinot 1 


17 

8 
6 
6 

7 

6 

7 

17 


265 
201 
243 
235 
194 
204 
305 
289 


113 
73 

153 

102 
92 

141 
90 

128 


9 


2 


6 


" 3 


10 


4 


7 


" 5 


12 


*' 6 

" 7 : 

" 8 


11 

19 

18 






Totals 


74 


1,936 


892 


92 






Grand totals 


116 


3,032 


2,868 


193 







* Elected. 



84 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, Municipal Election, 1900. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wabd 3. 






^ 1=1 

CO rO 



Precinct 1 

'' 2 

" 3 

" 4 

'^ 5 

" 6 

Totals 

Ward 4. 

Precinct 1 

^' 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

'' 6 

Totals 

Ward 5. 

Precinct 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

Totals 

Grand totals 



5 
22 
15 
36 
34 
24 



136 



10 
4 

13 
17 

26 
9 



79 



13 
14 
15 
14 
30 
14 



100 



315 



171 

89 
96 
34 
65 

27 



482 



O E; 



106 
272 
229 
325 
294 
249 



1,475 



65 


239 


122 


109 


147 


176 


82 


232 


23 


248 


73 


163 


512 


1,167 



176 
106 
25 
73 
62 
68 



510 



1,504 



107 

263 
300 
102 
204 
179 



1,155 



3,797 



c 

s 



9 
14 
31 
23 
25 
20 



122 



23 
11 
17 
16 
30 
15 



112 



12 
14 

22 

8 

18 

14 



88 



322 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



85 



Votes Cast for Alderniaii, Miiiiicipal Election, 1000. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 



Ward 6. 


Joseph A. Dolf, 
Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


a 

cn 

<^ 

o 
^§ 

H 1=1 
«^ 


cc o 
52; 


< 

1— 1 

f— 1 


.9 
-4-1 


S 


Pre( 


3inct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

' 6 

7 

8 


9 
11 
10 

6 
15 

4 
13 

7 


170 
256 
209 
194 
208 
84 
183 
206 


8 

10 

14 

5 

10 
7 
4 
3 


23 
27 
50 
25 
93 
132 
59 
24 





41 
60 
50 
93 
69 
19 
24 
68 


T 


otals 


75 


1,510 


61 


433 




424 






Pre( 


Ward 8. 

3inct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


26 
31 
10 
84 
53 
32 


410 
243 
76 
314 
334 
368 


8 
14 
10 
12 
16 

6 


36 

97 

166 

89 
85 
91 


1 


25 
23 
37 
45 
60 
58 


Totals 


186 


1,745 


66 


564 


1 


248 


Grand totals 


261 


3,255 


127 


997 


1 


672 



* Elected. 



86 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Aklerinaii, Municipal Election, 1900. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 7. 


* 

^ 6 

O •73 




O 

P5^ 
<!l ft 

IS 


® 

pa 

^ o 

'^ O 
l| 

fin 


I— 1 
P3 

O 

pa o 


H o 


John Swan, 

Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 

Scattering. 
Blanks. 


Prec 


inct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


95 
151 
184 

63 
309 
239 


78 
50 
95 
82 
21 
36 


71 
42 
95 
81 
17 
35 


8 
11 

22 

8 

22 

21 

92 


84 
130 
170 

58 
292 
229 


13 
13 
11 
11 
10 
17 


10 
4 .. 

14 .. 

10 .. 
12 .. 

11 .. 


1 40 

.. 135 

73 

59 

95 

.. -92 


Totals 


1,041 


362 


341 


963 


75 


61 


1 494 


Prec 


^AED 9. 

dnct 1 

' 2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 .... . 


247 
259 
277 
254 
154 
87 
329 


84 
94 
22 
60 
142 
145 
43 


79 
91 
17 
61 
147 
140 
43 


27 
25 
20 
25 
6 
8 
17 

128 


213 
238 
254 
229 
137 
71 
300 


17 

9 

9 

9 

11 

11 

12 

78 


30 .. 
15 .. 
13 .. 
12 .. 

7 .. 
3 .. 

8 .. 


.. 127 
. . 127 

98 
. . 122 
.. 172 

53 
.. 108 


Totals . .. 


1,607 


590 


578 


1,442 


88 .. 


.. 807 


Prec 


^ARD 13. 

nnct 1 

2 

3 . ... 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


261 
276 
269 
273 
258 
234 
260 
212 


10 
12 

3^ 
35 
33 

27 
23 


10 
14 
4 
24 
33 
31 
20 
21 


13 
24 
12 
22 
16 
14 
23 
12 


285 
304 
292 
265 
276 
236 
257 
216 


9 
13 

7 
24 
17 

8 
14 

7 


4 .. 
16 .. 
13 .. 
15 ,. 
15 .. 
15 .. 

15 .. 

16 .. 


90 

. . 11;-. 

.. 104 
79 
80 
75 

. . 102 
83 


Totals 


2,043 


175 


157 


136 


2,131 


99 


109 .. 

258 


. . 726 


Grand totals.. 


4,691 


1,127 


1,076 


356 


4,536 


252 


1 2,027 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



8T 



Votes Cast for Alderman, Municipal Election, 1900. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 10. 


Perlie A. Dyar,* 
Republican. 


rrj 

.2 
1— 1 

^ 9. 





s 


PrAoinct 1 ..•••• 


129 
194 
144 

213 
173 
257 

336 
346 

238 


7" 

7 
9 
4 
2 
5 
14 
2 


109 
73 
61 
51 
19 
53 
65 
98 
68 


12 


" 2 


12 


" 3 


9 


'' 4. 


16 


" 5 


10 


" 6 


18 


'' 7 


44 


'' 8 


34 


" 9 


2^ 






Totals 


2,030 


50 


597 


177 






Ward 19. 

Precinct 1 


170 
137 
106 
118 
164 
242 
215 
217 


10 
8 
16 
10 
14 
12 
10 
17 


224 
225 
383 
308 
157 
208 
425 
296 


17 


2 


15 


'' 3 


15 


4 


21 


'' 5 


23 


" 6 


9 


" 7 


10 


" 8 


20 






Totals 


1,369 


97 


2,226 


130 






Grand Totals 


3,399 


147 


2,823 


307 







* Elected. 



88 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, Municipal Election, 1900. 

SIXTH DISTEICT. 



• Waed 11. 


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Precinct 1 


244 
206 
221 
318 
262 
210 
278 
260 
264 


64 
79 
117 
64 
21 
19 
14 
7 
19 




20 


'' 2 


42 


'^ 3 


35 


" 4 


27 


5 


10 


6 


10 


" 7 


6 


'' 8 


13 


9 ' 


7 






Totals 


2,263 


404 




170 






Ward 25. 

Precinct 1 


265 
.321 
279 
195 
190 
268 
193 


118 
60 
33 
154 
173 
114 
227 


i 


19 


2 


23 


'' 3 


10 


" 4 


41 


" 5 


19 


6 


16 


" 7 


18 






Totals 


1,711 


879 


1 


146 






Grand totals 


3,974 


1,283 


1 


316 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



89 



Votes Cast for Alcleriuan, Municipal Election, 1900. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 12. 





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2 


15 


105 


233 


10 


5 




37 


65 


208 


20 


3 


4 


16 


142 


104 


8 


5 


5 


15 


149 


168 


9 


6 


5 


11 


121 


141 


13 


9 


10 


14 


332 


135 


6 


11 


4 


8 


290 


77 


4 




30 


116 


1,204 


1,066 


70 


39 



32 
18 
14 
23 
25 
13 
1 



126 



Wakd 18. 



Precinct 1 
2 
3 

5 

6 



Totals . 



Grand totals 



14 


4 


317 


104 


1 


5 


16 


5 


272 


121 


4 


7 


10 


12 


151 


199 


10 


3 


17 


13 


263 


187 


12 


14 


10 


11 


333 


130 


3 


7 


8 


12 


285 


174 


5 


4 


75 


57 


1,621 


915 


35 


40 


105 


173 


2,825 


1,981 


105 


79 



25 
35 
37 
20 
23 
24 



164 



290 



* Elected. 



90 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, Municipal Election, 1900. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 14. 


H 


Daniel J. Kinnaly, 

Dem; Citizen Nom. Paper. 


Charles V. Lawler, 
Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


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2 
2 


162 
200 
150 
127 

149 

98 
188 
161 


4 
4 
4 
2 
3 
3 
2 
1 


317 

318 

147 

91 

74 
105 
166 
128 


104 
41 
107 
153 
233 
203 
170 
199 


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" 3 


9 

7 


" 4 '. 


5 
5 
1 
1 
1 


n 


" 5 

" 6 


7 


" 7 

" 8 


9 

7 


Totals 


17 


1,235 


23 


1,346 


1,210 


55 


Ward 15. 
Precinct 1 


3 

8 
4 


55 

172 
117 

108- 


2 
5 
4 
•2 


110 
201 
143 
159 
170 
111 
114 
113 


77 
59 
73 
104 
117 
156 
135 
136 


7 


" 2 


11 


" 3 


8 


4 


7 


" 5 


4 
3 

2 
6 


103 ^ 


6 


" 6 


99 
144 
156 


8 
7 
5 


5 


" 7 


10 


" 8 


8 






Totals 


30 


954 


36 


1,121 


857 


62 






Grand totals . . . 


47 


2,189 


59 


2,467 


2,067 


117 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



91 



Votes Cast for Alclermau, Municipal Election, 1900. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 16. 





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2 
3 

5 
6 

7 



Totals . 



156 


90 


12 


154 


92 


10 


275 


105 


8 


263 


110 


2 


302 


171 


8 


297 


169 


6 


105 


258 


5 


113 


245 


6 


148 


202 


5 


137 


209 




54 


300 


5 


64 


278 


3 


312 


173 


40 


253 


176 


11 


1,352 


1,299 


83 


1,281 


1,279 


41 



72 
83 
93 
56 
50 
44 
119 

517 



Ward 20. 



Precinct 1 
2 



Totals , 



Wakd 24. 



Precinct 1 
2 



Totals 



195 


306 


10 


276 


285 


12 


201 


323 


5 


219 


318 


5 


181 


245 


4 


197 


225 


5 


245 


141 


6 


283 


. 173 


5 


234 


359 


3 


227 


328 


4 


128 


422 


8 


164 


544 


8 


147 


387 


6 


133 


378 


3 


143 


436 


13 


130 


435 


11 


1,474 


2,619 


55 


1,629 


2,686 


53 



Grand totals , 



223 


133 


3 


245 


153 


1 


207 


189 


5 


141 


181 


6 


183 


314 


8 


189 


335 


6 


209 


179 


7 


140 


187 


3 


109 


224 


9 


100 


220 


10 


152 


184 


6 


137 


187 


5 


110 


343 


7 


109 


347 


6' 


154 


396 


17 


140 


371 


12 


152 


220 


8 


116 


223 


5 


1,499 


2,182 


70 


1,317 


2,204 


54 


4,325 


6,100 


■ 208 


4,227 


6,169 


148 



84 
65 
69 
65 
87 
106 
62 
74 

612 



44 
61 
61 
59 
46 
45 
52 
70 
54 



492 



1,621 



* Elected. 



92 



City Document No. 13; 



Votes Cast for Aklermau, Municipal Election, 1900. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



Wabd 17. 



Ward 21. 



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



Totals 



Grand totals. 



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Precinct 1 
" 2 

" 3 

u ■ 4 

" 5 
" 6 

"■ .7 

" 8 

D 

Totals . , 



60 
104 
49 
57 
95 
52 
85 
83 
46 



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153 
132 

86 
146 
125 

170 

178 
228 
138 



1,366 



93 

79 

200 

213 

81 

61 

87 

162 

152 



1,128 



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34 



33 


102 


263 


8 


34 


153 


201 


4 


. 10 


113 


118 


2 


21 


95 


228 


2 


33 


115 


228 


4 


16 


78 


301 


10 


22 


183 


264 


4 


22 


137 


345 


6 


18 


146 


308 


7 


209 


1,122 


2,256 


47 


840 


2,478 


3,384 


81 






14 
13 

8 
11 

5 
21 
15 
13 
13 



113 



15 
11 

9 
11 
21 

8 
17 
19 

9 



120 



233 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



93 



Votes Cast for Alderiiian, Municipal Election, 1900. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 







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14 


351 


270 


24 




2 


16 
9 

19 
28 
10 


103 

78 
271 
202 
241 


261 
267 
172 
210 

82 


24 


' 3 


15 


' 4 


15 


' 5 


17 


' 6 


9 




' 7 


4 
23 


304 
223 


87 
227 


7 


' 8 


12 






To 


tals 


123 


1,773 


1,576 


123 






Ward 23. 










PreciTio.t 1 


3 

7 

17 

4 

12 

10 

5 

1 

7 


178 
131 
118 
171 
246 
270 
239 
327 
89 


115 
261 
265 
237 
258 
140 
110 
90 
145 


11 




2 


21 




' 3 


14 




4 


7 




5 


25 




6 


14 




' 7 


9 




8 


13 




' 9 


7 


To 


tals 


66 


1,769 


1,621 


121 






Gr 


and totals 


189 


3,542 


3,197 


244 







* Elected. 



94 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Members of Coinmoii Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 1. 









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2 

" 3 

" 5 
6 

7 

. " 8 

9 

Totals. . . 



190 


62 


61 


190 


52 


196 


274 


32 


25 


263 


19 


272 


336 


67 


61 


337 


56 


338 


300 


53 


43 


293 


. 38 


306 


202 


124 


115 


. 216 


114 


203 


100 


245 


219 


87 


212 


88 


208 


169 


172 


210 


173 


200 


172 


211 


241 


183 


213 


159 


149 


42 


46 


138 


42 


137 


1,931 


1,005 


983 


1,917 


919 


1,899 



65 

72 
104 
86 
94 
174 
182 
138 



991 



Ward 2. 



Precinct 1 

" 2 

' 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 8 



Totals. 



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18 
14 
15 
14 
15 
8 
9 
31 



124 



18 


256 


266 


61 


13 


189 


196 


47 


11 


125 


265 


95 


9 


243 


230 


52 


15 


202 


189 


46 


5 


216 


200 


88 


12 


310 


294 


43 


34 
117 


287 


292 


71 


1,828 


1,932 


503 



59 
44 
93 
47 
47 
103 
41 
63 



497 



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63 


246 


15 


56 


183 


11 


103 


241 


32 


62 


•215 


7 


46 


189 


10 


99 


218 


7 


44 


301 


8 


74 


275 


21 


547 


1,868 


111 



S 



210 
111 
256 
171 

156 
142 
201 

208 



1,455 



*Elecied, 



Election Department. 



95 



Votes Ca.st for Members of Coiiiinon Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 







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114 


155 


99 


146 


132 


153 


74 


" 2 


287 


71 


273 


74 


301 


74 


111 


' ' 3 


235 


88 


239 


83 


256 


35 


127 


'' 4 


337 


34 


349 


29 


341 


29 


135 


o 


326 


52 


339 


40 


327 


43 


127 


6 


254 


27 


273 


17 


268 


20 


101 


Totals 


1,553 


427 


1,572 


389 


1,625 


404 


675 



Ward 4. 









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Eepublican. 


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2 
3 
4 
5 



Totals 



229 


237 


177 


110 


61 


52 


102 


107 


91 


131 


118 


109 


166 


170 


128 


185 


132 


121 


211 


214 


219 


110 


72 


^^ 


220 


206 


240 


61 


29 


16 


127 
1,055 


121 


148 


96 


75 


72 


1,055 


1,003 


693 


487 


436 



145 
80 
157 
149 
209 
141 

881 



* Elected. 



96 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Members of Cominon Covincil, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 5. 















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2 
3 

5 
6 



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165 


164 


168 


115 


95 


98 


94 


94 


259 


243 


17 


17 


19 


286 


292 


74 


74 


72 


105 


95 


57 


51 


49 


241 


208 


75 


72 


74 


179 


169 


486 


472 


476 


1,185 


1,102 



103 
252 
316 
96 
205 
171 



1,143 



114 
151 

139 

75 

131 

85 



695 



Ward 6. 


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Crescenzo DeSimone, 
Republican. 


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Antonio Iandoli, 
Dem. Ind. Nom. Paper. 


Joseph Langone, 

Dem. Labor Nom. Paper. 


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Joseph Sigliano, 
Dem. Cit. Nom. Paper. 


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" 2... 
'' 3... 
'' 4... 

" 5... 
" 6... 

" 7... 
" 8... 


34 
28 
40 
21 
73 
149 
43 
15 


25 
46 
69 
73 
109 
139 
50 
40 


174 

257 
216 
178 
211 
74 
183 
197 


172 
260 
210 
166 
183 
72 
164 
187 


6 
10 

9 
15 
11 

2 

8 
10 


42 
82 
84 
109 
81 
9 
49 
88 


14 
17 
38 
16 
62 
162 
46 
6 


131 
216 
163 
156 
203 
54 
133 
163 


10 
14 

9 
13 
15 

3 
11 
16 


145 
162 
161 
222 
237 
74 
162 
202 


Totals 


403 


551 


1,490 


1,414 


71 


544 


361 


1,219 


91 


1,365 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



97 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Waed 7. 



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69 


106 


61 


104 


61 


120 


46 


118 


44 


197 


159 


89 


155 


84 


185 


52 


90 


55 


75 


80 


273 


24 


284 


16 


279 


212 


37 


227 


24 


221 


885 


392 


900 


347 


1,023 



105 
40 
91 
74 
23 
30 



363 



94 
239 
233 
132 
268 
269 

1,235 





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19 


29 


384 


11 


380 


23 


2 


23 


84 


12 


79 


19 


230 


10 


227 


17 


3 


61 


202 


36 


178 


16 


61 


3 


68 


12 


4 


14 


59 


11 


45 


23 


285 


7 


285 


19 


5 


8 


37 


6 


35 


44 


317 


16 


311 


33 


6 


22 


72 


27 


54 


30 


358 


12 


348 


22 


Totals 


131 


475 


95 


410 


161 


1,635 


59 


1,619 


126 







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98 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 











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16 

3 

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7 


60 
112 
116 
190 
158 
141 


21 
11 

8 
14 
30 

24 


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12 

8 
6 


30 
23 
18 
44 
41 
46 


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18 

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182 
34 
232 
293 
319 


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78 


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224 


11 


5 


276 


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57 


777 


108 


32 


202 


60 


1,415 


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10 

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12 
8 
6 
6 


167 
176 
229 
213 
124 
70 
244 


148 
168 
186 
219 
131 
82 
282 


165 
184 
228 
206 
107 
65 
247 


23 
21 
10 
12 
7 
4 
12 


78 
85 
15 
57 
138 
143 
44 


12 


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7 


" 3 


1 


" 4. 


3 


*' 5 


8 


'' 6 


5 


" 7 


15 






Totals 


61 


1,223 


1,216 


1,202 


89 


560 


51 







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Election Department. 



99 



Votes Cast for Members of Coiiiiiioii Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 





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Samuel 
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27 
21 
10 
21 
8 
6 
12 


64 
73 
12 
54 
134 
138 
43 


80 
77 
17 
50 
141 
139 
40 


158 
172 
111 
102 
41 
28 
101 


29 
3 
21 
20 
5 
4 
6 


271 


" 2 


290 


" 3 


220 


" 4 


189 


" 5 


312 


" 6 


87 


" 7 


238 






Totals 


105 


518 


544 


713 


88 


1,607 



Ward 10. 


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" 5 

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" 8 

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92 
156 
166 
216 
153 
251 
368 
355 
253 


122 
98 
52 
41 
24 
55 
46 
87 
65 


95 
155 
152 
211 
162 
240 
350 
315 
236 


101 
159 
159 
199 
139 
233 
344 
372 
250 


125 
90 
53 
40 
23 
44 
45 
68 
57 


215 
200 
81 
160 
117 
167 
197 
279 
129 


Totals 1 2,010 


590 


1,916 


1,956 


545 1,545 



* Elected. 



100 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Menilbers of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



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" 3. 
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•' 5. 
" 6. 
7. 
" 8. 
" 9. 

Totals . . 



237 
181 
218 
271 
235 
201 
253 
227 
240 



73 
106 
142 
89 
21 
25 
21 
13 
20 



2,063 



510 



100 


235 


121 


171 


146 


217 


162 


297 


109 


266 


66 


205 


67 


253 


82 


257 


80 


244 


933 


2,145 



72 
93 
133 
86 
21 
24 
24 
8 
20 



191 
161 

185 
199 
168 
160 
206 
178 
183 



481 



1,631 



76 
148 
78 
123 
59 
36 
70 
75 
83 



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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 


82 

63 
110 
111 
101 

276 
197 


12 

4 

12 

6 

14 
16 
11 


284 
271 
150 
227 
183 
167 
128 


11 
4 
8 
13 
16 
21 
13 


306 
264 
136 
207 
174 
153 
91 


99 
58 
126 
131 
101 
279 
229 


290 
277 
137 
212 
185 
145 
83 


61 
40 

101 

97 

79 

251 

185 


12 
6 
7 

10 
12 
14 
11 


49 
67 
92 
111 
109 
241 
204 


Totals 


940 


75 


1,410 


86 


1,331 


1,023 


1,329 


814 


72 


873 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



101 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 









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13 


247 


49 


256 


253 


190 


2 


14 


12 


269 


' 95 


263 


258 


247 


3 


6 


6 


255 


78 


242 


268 


204 


4 


30 


23 


257 


68 


264 


274 


182 


5 


43 


40 


251 


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255 


267 


175 


6 


32 


26 


200 


59 


211 


233 


208 


7 


23 


25 


235 


69 


249 


225 


249 


8 


23 


18 


229 


44 


223 


210 


138 


Totals 


186 


163 


1,943 


528 


1,963 


1,988 


1,593 



Ward 14. 


Albert F. C. Bockblman, 
Republican. 


James Morse, 
Republican. 


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Albert Stieg, 
Dem. Social Nom. Paper. 


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2.. 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


165 
76 
161 
201 
249 
205 
197 
209 


106 
30 
95 
147 
209 
168 
169 
169 


417 
449 
249 
166 
185 
169 
299 
226 


363 
436 
230 
177 
207 
220 
314 
280 


44 
18 
35 
52 
83 
44 
38 
37 


396 
435 
239 
160 
186 
191 
299 
268 


"'\ 


294 
278 
236 
246 
294 
247 
292 
302 


Totals 


1,463 


1,093 


2,160 


2,227 


351 


2,174 


1 


2,189 







* Elected. 



102 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Members of Coininon Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 15. 



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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7, 
8 



Totals 



49 


8 


31 


149 


33 


12 


37 


333 


65 


10 


35 


214 


86 


5 


24 


232 


86 


14 


34 


243 


140 


9 


41 


173 


122 


12 


101 


187 


129 


15 


92 


203 


710 


85 


395 


1,734 



158 
312 
215 
223 
233 
175 
177 
198 



1,691 



51 


49 


9 


150 




31 


30 


13 


309 




62 


65 


7 


216 




89 


88 


9 


232 




95 


88 


11 


238 




144 


137 


9 


168 




117 


110 


19 


182 


1 


HI 


103 


23 


189 


.... 


700 


670 


100 


1,684 


1 



108 
258 
158 
152 
167 
149 
209 
209 



1,410 







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17 


96 


98 


151 


104 


142 


152 


119 


2 


14 


94 


85 


222 


119 


239 


304 


192 


3 


13 


170 


140 


272 


182 


252 


320 


220 


4 


10 


271 


264 


126 


243 


84 


84 


100 


5 


8 


200 


196 


159 


190 


142 


138 


98 


6 


5 


299 


274 


65 


253 


49 


49 


128 


7 


30 


182 


166 


296 


159 


277 


254 


262 


Totals 


97 


1,312 


1,223 


1,291 


1,250 


1,185 


1,301 


1,119 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



103 



Votes Cast for Members of Coninion Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 17. 







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

Totals . . 



245 


216 


50 


60 


214 


242 


226 


46 


52 


242 


152 


140 


157 


180 


136 


178 


179 


186 


204 


196 


214 


217 


58 


70 


191 


253 


258 


24 


31 


229 


272 


276 


56 


60 


270 


293 


317 


131 


137 


294 


175 


175 


141 


151 


169 


2,024 


2,004 


849 


945 


1,941 



50 

43 

164 

190 

57 

26 

55 

131 

144 



860 



137 
142 
112 
163 
117 

97 
127 
176 

92 



.1,163 



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GrUSTAVE MOLLBERG, 

Socialist Labor. 


Albert P. Poole, 
Republican. 


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Jason F. Whitney, 
Republican. 


05 


Precinct 1 

2.... 
3... 
4 ... 

5.... 
6... 


303 
258 
157 
244 
311 
271 


309 
243 
149 
236 
322 
282 


24 

18 
17 
24 
20 
16 


21 
21 
18 
21 
17 
13 


70 
108 
190 
168 

67 
133 


291 
232 
139 
219 
381 
307 

1,569 


75 
134 
198 
183 

89 
134 


18 
21 
19 
19 
12 
14 


65 
107 
184 
166 

59 
130 


234 
238 
195 
298 
273 
236 


Totals 


1,544 


1,541 


119 


111 


736 


813 


103 


711 


1,474 



* Elected. 



104 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Members of Conimon Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



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267 


14 


" 2. 


244 


17 


" 3. 


419 


26 


" 4. 


344 


17 


" 5. 


189 


21 


'' 6. 


264 


17 


7. 


485 


20 


" 8. 


333 


45 


Totals.. 


2,545 


177 



218 
212 
382 
308 
179 
249 
442 
313 



114 

91 

40 

74 

137 

157 

139 

111 



2,303 



863 



112 

72 

34 

55 

111 

136 

116 

102 



114 

82 

40 

59 

107 

137 

112 

109 



234 
233 
404 
325 
195 
252 
459 
336 



738 



760 



2,438 



15 
14 
17 
15 
17 
14 
17 
30 

139 



7 




12 


• • • 


10 




11 




13 




13 




13 


1 


25 




104 


1 



168 
178 
188 
163 
105 
174 
176 
246 

1,398 



Ward 20. 



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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 

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Ph 

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341 
327 
256 
147 
332 
464 
389 
442 

2,698 



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15 
11 
14 
6 
19 
14 
25 

127 



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180 
188 
183 
243 
261 
177 
173 
189 

1,594 



194 
212 
170 

257 
231 
153 
118 
126 

1,461 



327 
303 
241 
139 
323 
435 
368 
410 

2,546 



184 
189 
170 
248 
228 
144 
115 
121 

1,399 



339 
321 
244 
156 
330 
471 
376 
430 

2,667 






164 
149 
114 
172 
152 
207 
121 
120 

1,199 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



105 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 21. 


William M. Blatt, 
Democratic. 


AViLLiAM M. Curtis,* 
Republican. 


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Clarence AV. Starratt,* 
Republican. 


Edmund AA^eber,* 
Republican. 


03 

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5 


Prec 


inct -1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


124 

174 

88 

97 

141 

80 

194 

128 

131 


240 
189 
130 
214 
204 
280 
241 
333 
320 


150 
188 
111 
126 
134 
104 
189 
180 
178 


122 

160 

97 

93 

120 

66 

169 

131 

124 


244 
195 
125 
232 
223 
295 
238 
333 
299 


239 
184 
128 
222 
219 
285 
266 
312 
270 


144 
119 
77 
117 
132 
129 
173 
170 
142 


Totals 


1,157 


2,151 


1,360 


1,082 


2,184 


2,125 


1,203 





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22 


28 


19 


188 


199 


19 


2 


19 


15 


25 


198 


201 


15 


3 


8 


14 


19 


211 


241 


8 


4 


16 


19 


14 


120 


120 


19 


5 


23 


- 25 


30 


144 


154 


23 


6... 


6 


7 


4 


58 


52 


9 


7 


4 


11 


2 


81 


55 


4 


8 


13 


16 


16 


206 


174 


16 


Totals 


111 


135 


129 


1,206 


1,196 


113 



* Elected. 



106 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Memlbers of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 





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360 


27 


349 


360 


220 


2 


249 


90 


12 


95 


88 


205 


3 


217 


67 


10 


61 


71 


180 


4 


103 


256 


28 


291 


255 


190 


5 


176 


204 


23 


190 


188 


191 


6 


46 


240 


10 


249 


240 


105 


7 


51 


280 


6 


293 


304 


115 


8 


163 


189 


26 


251 


185 


200 


Totals 


1,191 


1,686 


142 


1,779 


1,691 


1,406 



Ward 23. 



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

Totals . . 







« 






* 










O 


^^ 


Ci5 




S . 


S4 


o 


>^ 


ai '^ 


o 


H^ 


o 


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H . 


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fi-e 




M •l-H 


1-5 O 


S.2 








<< ft 


^-5 


t— 1 •— 

J o 

Hi O 

MCZ2 



M "-I 
M O 

Q 



193 
91 
93 
169 
265 
317 
255 
362 
100 

1,845 



112 


174 


100 


4 


306 


82 


285 


7 


284 


84 


270 


22 


226 


166 


216 


7 


190 


311 


200 


20 


62 


330 


65 


14 


63 


272 


67 


6 


50 


306 


120 


1 


109 


91 


150 


11 


1,402 


1,816 


1,473 


92 



7 

10 
31 
12 
27 
11 
9 
3 
10 

120 





* 




t« 




S 




(^ 


tS3 


H 


» 


H 




*r> 


H ■ 




fc 


^ 


H-l 






§ S 


^ :3 






< 


fe 



98 


177 


251 


94 


242 


89 


181 


169 


184 


273 


91 


319 


65 


279 


56 


325 


111 


94 


1,279 


1,819 






56 

134 

127 

111 

153 

93 

73 

70 

68 

885 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



107 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
Municipal Election, 1900. 





* 


[2; 




* 




1^ 


* 




Ward 24. 


P3 


Hi 

02 O 


Wo 

2 


< 

< 


M 
HH M 


< 

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Si 

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-< 



M 


V3 






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H 


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a 

1— 1 


Precinct 1 


149 


223 


190 


169 


13 


196 


151 


112 


'' 2 


225 


152 


119 


220 


12 


120 


225 


112 


" 3 


353 


154 


131 


355 


15 


136 


344 


156 


" 4 


213 


143 


110 


246 


13 


118 


209 


124 


" 5 


249 


81 


84 


253 


18 


85 


232 


75 


" 6 


187 


127 


119 


196 


17 


137 


188 


103 


" 7 


343 


99 


93 


349 


16 


90 


355 


116 


" 8....... 


393 


131 


135 


385 


30 


122 


395 


149 


" 9 


236 


121 


109 


232 


13 


126 


231 


99 


Totals 


2,348 


1,231 


1,090 


2,405 


147 


1,130 


2,330 


1,046 







Ward 25. 



Precinct 1. 

" 2. 

" 3. 

" 4. 

" 5. 

" 6. 

" 7. 



o 





fH 










® 










ft 










c3 










^Pl^ 








* 


c3 


* 


P 





t>H 6 







C« 


. -4-3 


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^2 




P^ 


i-s 





H 






228 
323 
257 
90 
138 
210 
143 



Totals 1,389 



225 


95 


268 


97 


139 


304 


57 


294 


45 


57 


257 


36 


256 


28 


51 


94 


107 


316 


156 


151 


143 


107 


195 


123 


215 


208 


80 


219 


78 


203 


137 


114 


190 


128 


288 


1,368 


596 


1,738 


655 


1,104 



c 

I— H 

03 



154 
135 
81 
256 
225 
196 
314 

1,361 



* Elected. 



108 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 1. 



Jiilius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

MaryE Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R... 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles E. BuiTill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J, Bj^rne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A... 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S.Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konlkow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifleld, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D, S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D, S. N. P 

EUiot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 



7 

179 

8 

247 

163 

91 

87 

8 

241 

5 

265 

244 

51 

49 

52 

2 

181 

58 

5 

53 

2 

92 

3 

92 

4 

2 

8 

3 

47 

6 

50 

55 

4 

4 

230 



122 



8. 



3 

241 

3 

339 

223 

134 

116 

5 

344 

1 

245 

349 

22 

34 

26 

1 

256 

29 

22 

134 
3 

115 
3 
4 
3 
2 
20 
1 

20 

25 

2 

2 

332 
2 



267 



8 

300 

12 

408 

278 

158 

169 

7 

399 

3 

275 

404 

61 

69 

69 

7 

262 

65 

6 

60 

3 

141 

3 

152 

6 

2 

7 

4 

55 

2 

54 

57 

2 

4 

366 

5 



317 



4 

266 

5 

343 

240 

138 

126 

5 

339 

4 

249 

337 

35 

39 

41 

3 

241 

41 

3 

34 

5 

114 

4 

140 

2 

1 

3 

3 

28 

2 

33 

32 

2 

1 

317 

6 



390 



6 
154 

6 
242 
145 
111 
120 

4 
234 

3 
171 
235 
121 
111 
117 

6 
165 
123 

2 
118 

1 
106 

4 
83 

8 

1 
11 

3 
109 

6 
108 
121 



236 
4 



326 



13 

56 

11 

82 

48 

36 

65 

10 

74 

7 

48 

71 

217 

205 

211 

4 

42 

211 

4 

210 

5 

31 

5 

39 

4 

5 

11 

6 

198 

4 

197 

199 

5 

7 

65 

5 



605 



10 

142 

9 

188 

145 

62 

68 

16 

177 

12 

141 

182 

169 

162 

172 

5 

107 

166 

3 

169 

8 

54 

7 

92 

6 

3 

15 

7 

164 

10 

157 

170 

11 

9 

168 

13 



697 



11 

118 

12 

163 

110 

60 

88 

9 

154 

10 

113 

151 

216 

207 

211 

9 

90 

217 

3 

213 

5 

65 

12 

72 

8 

6 

11 

4 

205 

5 

198 

210 

4 

13 

136 

21 



508 



6 
87 

6 
134 
80 
73 
66 
17 
133 

7 

79 
132 
32 
27 
33 

5 
96 
39 

6 
34 

8 
65 

2 
50 

3 

4 

2 

63 

5 

28 

35 

5 

5 

126 

3 



25,792 



248 



D. signifies Democratic; D, S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



109 



Votes Cast for School Coiiiinittee (Tliree Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 2. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. AV. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Belle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L, 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L , 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette KonikoAV, D. S. X. P , 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R 

Samantha H. Merrifleld, D. S. N, P.. . . . , 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. IST. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P , 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D , 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. X. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S, N. P 

Total 

Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



13 

67 

11 

90 

62 

49 

67 

10 

86 

6 

67 

94 

226 

221 

222 

8 

54 

222 

6 

220 

6 

44 

5 

35 

8 

3 

12 

6 

209 

16 

217 

219 

10 

14 

71 

10 



650 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



10 

56 

7 

81 

50 

27 

40 

8 

72 

2 

54 

60 

168 

162 

164 

4 

43 

170 

4 

164 

5 

28 

6 

35 

6 

7 

13 

10 

163 

8 

153 

159 

7 

11 
67 
12 



388 



9 

84 

11 

120 

77 

56 

80 

12 

109 

8 

101 

110 

227 

218 

223 

9 

58 

225 

4 

225 

3 

43 

6 

53 

6 

6 

12 

45 

180 

53 

214 

220 

5 

21 

93 

10 



456 



12 

67 
12 

100 

63 

47 

52 

6 

82 

2 

70 

86 

203 

194 

200 

2 

61 

198 

16 

201 

8 

30 

13 

20 

3 

3 

9 

5 

187 

10 

203 

205 

8 

8 

75 

9 



498 



17 
47 
10 
73 

46 
41 
66 

i 

72 

8 

108 

65 

170 

166 

175 

7 

48 

169 

11 

161 

3 

35 

5 

24 

3 

6 

13 

4 

157 

18 

158 

167 

10 

11 

61 

8 



426 



6. 



7. 



8. 



9 

85 

10 

150 

•78 

90 

92 

11 

143 

9 

90 

140 

179 

180 

178 

4 

104 

176 

6 

180 

15 

61 

6 

43 

6 

4 

10 

6 

163 

6 

164 

179 

5 

7 

129 

10 



384 



19 
54 
10 

77 

49 

35 

47 

10 

66 

8 

50 

70 

251 

242 

246 

13 

41 

263 

8 

257 

7 

24 

11 

28 

9 

10 

20 

9 

237 

10 

226 

244 



53 



723 



11 
57 
12 

87 
55 
38 
91 
9 

75 
5 

54' 

75 

250 

255 

257 

7 

41 

245 

8 

244 

12 

32 

14 

35 

10 

10 

21 

15 

229 

14 

219 

240 

19 

16 

69 

26 



783 



100 

517 

83 

778 

480 

383 

535 

73 

705 

48 

594 

700 

1,674 

1,638 

1,665 

54 

450 

1,668 

63 

1,652 

59 

297 

66 

273 

51 

49 

110 

100 

1,525 

135 

1,554 

1,633 

71 

95 

618 

92 

20,588 

4,308 



D. signifies Democratic ; D. S. X. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper ; 
I. W. Y., Independent Women Voters ; P. S. A., Public School Association ; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



no 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Coinniittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 3. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edwardl. Aldrich, T. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R... . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

MaryE. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. Y., P. S. A.. . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

David Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfreds. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P. 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P. 

Frank Yogel, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D.S.N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Pkecincts. 



1. 



2. 


8. 


4. 5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 



191 

6 

248 

172 

80 

89 

.5 

230 

3 

214 

239 

81 

74 

89 

4 

195 

86 

3 

84 

6 

66 

6 

69 

5 

3 

9 

I 

71 

5 

69 

74 

4 

6 

222 

3 



235 



5 

90 

9 

115 

92 

43 

83 

13 

112 

6 

121 

108 

231 

212 

262 

13 

97 

249 

3 

236 

5 

45 

10 

29 

7 

3 

22 

9 

222 

10 

199 

218 

11 

11 

105 

16 



474 



10 

89 

7 

146 

78 

84 

102 

15 

126 

5 

132 

138 

201 

181 

214 

5 

106 

212 

6 

201 

5 

75 
20 
44 
9 
10 
27 

183 

9 

169 

192 

4 

11 

123 

18 



404 



14 

30 

9 

4g 

28 

41 

74 

11 

45 

11 

42 

46 

277 

253 

299 

7 

37 

287 

4 

271 

6 

39 

10 

10 

4 

7 

16 

3 

264 

3 

247 

267 

6 

5 

49 

14 



648 



12 

36 

7 

74 

37 

60 

102 

9 

69 

4 

69 

62 

271 

248 

285 

5 

61 

292 

4 

265 

4 

49 

6 

16 

8 

6 

32 

6 

245 

10 

235 

277 

11 

13 

59 

12 



623 



8 

16 

8 

18 

12 

12 

47 

5 

14 

6 

45 

15 

244 

224 

258 

r 7 

14 

249 

8 

?44 

6 

15 

10 



6 

26 

6 

224 

7 

219 

236 

6 

5 

17 

16 



428 



D. signifies Democratic ; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. Y., Independent Women Yoters ; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



Ill 



Votes Cast for School Coniniittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 4. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward L. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. JL 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R... . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S.L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. .. 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Bui-rill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. .. 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S.L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D, S. N, P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. >J. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



4 

58 
7 

84 
55 
4' 
78 
5 

84 

5 

68 

85 

19 

182 

218 

5 

62 

216 

6 

206 

4 

39 

3 

25 

6 

4 

18 

9 

180 

-8 

172 

208 

9 

10 

84 

14 



431 



2. 



8 

123 

11 

169 

no 

77 



163 

1 

130 

164 

73 

73 

95 

3 

110 

89 

3 
79 

2 
60 

4 
69 

4 

1 
12 

6 
71 

7 
72 
80 

3 

4 
153 



8. 



5 
133 

6 
193 
122 
105 
131 

3 
195 

2 
180 
198 
13 
120 
152 

4 
147 
146 

3 
141 

1 
93 

5 
65 

3 

1 
15 

2 
129 

3 
117 
140 

3 

6 
183 



375 



4. 



20 
91 
17 

119 

83 

53 

74 

14 

118 

9 

100 

115 

166 

159 

179 

11 

87 

179 

8 

163 

5 

47 

8 

39 

11 

6 

13 

10 

153 

'5 

152 

169 

8 

9 

113 

10 



47' 



18 

35 

16 

42 

27 

22 

44 

19 

29 

6 

30 

38 

178 

175 

205 

6 

18 

194 

4 

185 

8 

21 

9 

22 

8 

5 

15 

7 

173 

8 

170 

184 

5 

7 

21 

10 



708 



6. 



10 

80 

9 
99 
75 
26 
41 

8 
97 

8 

77 

97 

111 

107 

126 

7 

60 

113 

8 
105 

6 
28 

5 
42 
-3 

3 

a 

5 

95 

6 

100 

104 

5 

5 

85 

•7 



7. 



429 



8. 



9. 



65 
520 

66 
706 
472 
330 
451 

56 
686 

31 
585 
697 
862 
816 
975 

36 
484 
937 

32 
379 

26 
288 

34 
262 

35 

20 

81 

39 
801 

37 
783 
885 

33 

41 
639 

57 



13,747 

I 2,597 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N.P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S, L., Socialist Labor. 



112 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 5. 



Precikcts. 



1. 



2. 



6. 



7. 8. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, T. W. Y., E 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. Y., P, S. A., K. . . . 

Edgar P, Benjainin, I. W. Y,, R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R. . - 

Henry Brinkniann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. Y., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R. 

DanielJ. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff.D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. Y., P. S. A. .. 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S.L, 

Daniel S. Harking, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D, S. N. P .' 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan , D 

David Taylor, D. S. X. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. X. P 

Frank Yogel, 1. W. Y., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. AVhite, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



3 
140 

4 

219 

138 

93 

104 

3 
218 

2 

177 

215 

79 

73 

199 

3 

158 

82 

2 
80 

3 
88 

3 
70 

5 

2 
11 

6 
74 

4 
71 
85 

3 

5 
196 

4 



226 



6 
131 

70 

76 

122 

6 
119 

3 
106 
120 
213 
189 
265 

2 

90 

224 

6 
208 

2 

62 

1 

44 

4 

3 

19 

7 

189 

5 

175 

214 

6 

10 

116 

6 



589 



3 

20 

7 

39 

90 

24 

39 

8 

30 

5 

27 

33 

242 

21 

259 

3 

2 

242 

1 

225 

2 

22 

6 
10 
10 

3 

35 

13 

217 

7 

202 

236 

37 

9 

24 
17 



635 



311 



8 

66 

9 

78 

67 

31 

50 

14 

70 

5 

64 

73 

169 

153 

179 

6 

44 

169 

4 

154 

7 

24 

7 

33 

10 

6 

22 

5 

140 

4 

143 

158 

17 

12 

68 

10 



569 



3 

70 

6 
81 
57 
25 
31 

4 
72 

3 

77 

80 

129 

129 

153 

3 

36 

138 

2 
135 

1 
19 

3 
49 

2 

4 
19 

2 
114 

4 
125 
134 

5 

4 
69 
10 



506 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. ^V. Y., Independent Women Yoters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



113 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
3Iiiiiicipal Election, 1900. 



W\RD 6. 


Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


1 

o 
Eh 


Julius Aaron, S. L 


8 

19 

4 

32 

17 

9 

28 

9 

21 

4 

20 

20 

152 

140 

151 

5 

13 

156 

6 

151 

5 

10 

6 

10 

2 

4 

9 

5 

165 

4 

139 

154 

5 

4 

19 


11 

22 

9 

34 

14 

24 

49 

10 

25 

4 

21 

28 

233 

220 

223 

10 

20 

246 

7 

225 

4 

23 

6 

10 

5 

6 

12 

8 

252 

9 

226 

225 

12 

11 

22 

10 


14 
36 

8 

62 

34 

32 

56 

7 

45 

8 

41 

46 

187 

169 

182 

10 

27 

191 

9 

175 

6 

39 

5 

16 

5 

1 

8 

5 

210 

6 

189 

176 

7 

5 

42 

11 


14 

34 

7 

49 

29 

13 

31 

12 

32 

6 

30 

36 

126 

131 

138 

4 

17 

143 

5 

130 

4 

18 

9 

19 

3 

5 

9 

2 

225 

9 

122 

123 

2 

2 

35 

11 


16 
61 
12 

109 

55 

65 

74 

8 

100 

6 

59 

102 

136 

124 

137 

12 

68 

138 

18 

127 

4 

60 

11 

31 

7 

5 

11 

7 

209 

10 

176 

138 

9 

3 

87 

1 


4 

100 

5 

188 

87 

106 

101 

3 

177 

2 

102 

182 

51 

46 

51 

3 

133 

56 

1 

53 

2 

102 

3 

59 

3 

1 

3 

2 

40 

1 

43 

49 

1 

1 

167 

2 


15 
38 
9 
53 
36 
24 
32 
18 
44 
7 

28 

44 

140 

138 

135 

8 

27 

138 

9 

131 

7 

20 

6 

19 

6 

5 

12 

6 

171 

9 

187 

131 

11 

8 

45 

12 


5 

14 

6 

20 

10 

13 

32 

3 

9 

4 

13 

11 

188 

173 

184 

5 

6 

190 

7 

182 

3 

6 

14 

5 

13 

3 

18 

12 

194 

10 

166 

176 

8 

9 

15 

14 


i 


87 


Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 


324 


Frederick Atl^ins S. L 


60 


Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edo-ar P. Benjamin, I. AV. V., R 


547 

282 


Edmund Billings, P. S. A 


286 


Marv E Blake P. S. A 


403 


Georo^e Bolle S. L 


62 


AVilfred Bolster, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 


453 
41 


William P Bryant, I. W. V., R 


314 


Charles L. Burrill, T. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 


469 
1.213 


Samuel E. Courtnev, D 


1,141 


Julia E Duff, D : 


1,201 
57 


Olo'a Enu-er S. L 


George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A 

William J Gallivan, D 


311 

1,258 

62 


Davi 3 Goldstein S . E 


Daniel S. HarkiDS, D 


1,174 
35 


Joseph Hartoo" S. E 


Alfreds Hayes P S. A 


278 


Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 


60 
169 


Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. E 


44 
30 


Stephen O'Leary. D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. X. P 


82 

47 


Joseph Santosuosso, D 


1,46& 

58 

1,248 


Joseph Segal, D. S.N. P... 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 


John J. Svillivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 


1,172 
55 


Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Togel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White. D. S. X. P 


43 

432 

74 


Total 


















15,038 




503 


748 


690 


1023 


1054 


190 


567 


731 




Blanks 


5,506 







D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



114 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Conimittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 7. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 5. 



6. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D - 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Oiga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A.. 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littleiield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S.N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel.I. W. V., P. S. A., R... . . 
Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total . 



4 
71 

2 

103 

59 

58 

62 

1 
99 

1 

52 

101 

■ 66 

69 

70 

1 
75 
84 

2 
71 

1 
50 

5 
17 

6 

1 

5 

5 
67 
24 
52 
75 
11 

5 
91 

2 



Blanks 



260 



10 
49 

6 

109 

43 

69 

68 

5 
101 

7 

44 

102 

96 

101 

98 

7 

92 

113 

8 
89 

6 
57 

9 
•24 

9 

7 
15 

7 
85 

6 

90 

125 

7 

9 
99 
11 



13 

76 

13 

128 

84 

84 

103 

26 

106 

16 

75 

129 

139 

132 

134 

10 

102 

149 

9 

135 

5 

64 

7 

43 

9 

5 

20 

8 

110 

4 

118 

147 

7 

10 

119 

19 



705 



546 



11 

77 

9 

101 

70 

45 

39 

8 

75 

4 

70 

95 

38 

46 

43 

6 

64 

57 

8 

39 

5 

29 

4 

34 

4 

5 

5 

5 

35 

6 

42 

47 

5 

8 

90 

4 



9 

25 

8 

52 

21 

69 

89 

9 

41 

6 

16 

45 

245 

245 

254 

5 

31 

277 

6 

268 

8 

-45 

7 

12 

11 

3 

34 

I 

237 

8 

224 

296 

17 

9 

39 

18 



367 



656 



15 

31 

13 

56 

28 

39 

60 

10 

48 

7 

25 

51 

177 

176 

189 

10 

43 

192 

6 

193 

5 

29 

10 

19 



16 

8 

177 

3 

171 

226 

3 

2 

47 

6 



686 



11,644 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N, P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters ; P. S. A., Public School Association ; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



115 



Votes Cast for School Coiiiniittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 8. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I . Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V,, P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George BoUe, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster. I. W. V., P. S. A., R.... 

Henry Brinkmauu, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J . Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

OlgaEnger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A... . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R 

Samantha H. Merrifleld, D. S. N. P. . . . . . 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S.N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks. 









Precincts, 










1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


21 

46 

17 

49 

32 

43 

66 

12 

47 

17 

28 

46 

317 

305 

318 

13 

33 

301 

22 

303 

10 

25 

23 

18 

19 

10 

33 

21 

291 

31 

301 

303 

28 

25 

41 

26 


25 

83 

17 

129 

74 

74 

96 

13 

114 

12 

72 

114 

185 

181 

185 

14 

101 

186 

14 

184 

12 

61 

9 

41 

12 

12 

15 

8 

160 

13 

189 

196 

9 

14 

98 

20 


3 

124 

6 

261 

103 

165 

168 

3 

252 

6 

121 

253 

42 

42 

40 

7 

209 

48 

9 

43 

8 

123 

33 

63 

15 

4 

6 

6 

32 

5 

32 

44 

13 

4 

243 

7 


21 

78 
11 

131 
73 
81 

128 
7 

113 
13 
79 

116 

261 

248 

259 
11 
89 

265 
17 

257 
6 
72 
22 
24 
20 
11 
28 
20 

235 
24 

269 

264 
17 
19 

108 
22 


27 

59 

19 

98 

52 

56 

95 

20 

83 

24 

54 

83 

271 

239 

270 

25 

68 

269 

33 

254 

18 

44 

41 

30 

27 

21 

35 

27 

247 

35 

290 

264 

32 

29 

80 

39 


21 
104 

16 

134 

78 

84 

174 

13 

130 

14 

80 

136 

279 

294 

282 

12 

92 

276 

17 

273 

11 

72 

19 

36 

20 

8 

34 

21 

261 

24 

271 

287 

22 

21 

121 

24 








118 








494 








86 








802 








412 








503 








727 








68 








739 








86 








434 








748 








1,355 
1,309 
1,354 

82 


























592 








1,345 
112 














1,314 
65 














397 








147 








212 


.... 


.... 


.... 


113 

66 








151 








106 








1,226 
132 






.. 1 






i 


1,352 

1,358 

121 
















.... 


.... 


112 

691 








138 






i 




















19,067 


828 


642 


177 


717 


1114 


855 








4,333 









D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



116 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. , 



Ward 9. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. AY- V., P. S. J 
Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., E, 

Edmund Billings, P. S.A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S 
Henry Brinkmann, S. L.. . .• — 
AVilliam P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 
Charles L. Burrill, I. W.' V., P. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

JuliaE. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P 

William J.-Gallivan, D.. 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Josepli Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D.S.N 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P.. .. 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, Ist, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., 
Charles W. White, D. S. N. P.. . 



Total 



Blanks 



A., 



R 



R. 



R 



R 



A 



1. 



23 

74 

21 

123 

47 

91 

100 

18 

115 

19 

78 

122 

158 

141 

160 

24 

75 

171 

36 

149 

24 

44 

29 

32 

24 

15 

25 

31 

140 

42 

152 

158 

23 

22 

93 

28 



733 



Precincts. 



2. 



18 

81 

11 

134 

68 

91 

94 

13 

116 

12 

70 

121 

187 

192 

203 

10 

82 

210 

20 

190 

12 

64 

19 

48 

10 

15 

27 

15 

173 

13 

196 

184 

13 

10 

122 

13 



711 



3. 



16 

14 

6 

32 

15 

34 

61 

9 

30 

10 

11 

28 

221 

222 

225 

9 

14 

226 

18 

216 

5 

31 

17 

10 

11 

5 

12 

7 

202 

18 

232 

226 

12 

6 

22 

9 



686 



4. 



5. 



11 

56 

13 

91 

52 

72 

84 

6 

78 

7 

49 

83 

199 

210 

194 

3 

54 

194 

10 

184 

4 

54 

17 

34 

19 

6 

18 

12 

175 

12 

182 

193 

18 

12 

76 

11 



667 



14 
120 
11 
200 
112 
125 
125 
13 
201 

8 
107 
201 
102 
106 
113 

9 
162 
116 

9 
104 

4 
120 

2 
62 

5 

6 

7 

2 
92 

2 
107 
101 

6 

5 
191 

5 



845 



6. 



7. 



8. 



125 

6 

221 

111 

135 

132 

7 

224 

7 

113 

226 

64 

70 

66 

5 

175 

71 

5 

61 

6 

132 

4 

55 

3 

3 

6 

3 

62 

2 

63 

69 

5 

2 

213 

2 



203 



11 
37 
11 

77 

39 

68 

101 

12 

67 

9 

41 

64 

236 

251 

245 

8 

41 

254 

. 5 

238 

8 

45 

7 

27 

-8 

4 

14 

6 

216 

12 

229 

251 

8 

5 

60 



766 



D. signilies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A,, Public School Association; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



117 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 10. 



Julius Aarou, S. L 

Edward I. Aldiich, 1. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

AnnaBarrows, I. W. V,, P. S. A., R.... 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. Y., R. . , 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A. . '. 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R... 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, 1. W. V., P. S. A.... 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein,"S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfreds. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette S. Konikow, D. S. X. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifleld, D. S. X. P. . . ... 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. X. P . . 

Edith Peters, D. S. X. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. X. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. X. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. X. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. v., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. X. P 



Total 



Blanks 









Precincts. 










1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


O 


10 


9 


7 


5 


8 


8 


7 


13 


4 


71 


62 


116 


115 


150 


122 


160 


151 


187 


76 


■ 1,139 


]2 


7 


4 


6 


11 


6 


4 


15 


4 


69 


87 


185 


199 


256 


160 


290 


489 


427 


326 


2,419 


82 


97 


103 


155 


132 


159 


148 


165 


74 


1,115 


42 


122 


105 


123 


72 


188 


389 


294 


285 1 


1,620 


54 


104 


100 


111 


72 


178 


366 


295 


242! 


1,522 


9 


5 


6 


3 


7 


10 


3 


10 


6i 


59 


79 


178 


190 


245 


161 


289 


480 


406 


321 


2,349 


11 


5 


6 


5 


1 


4 


3 


5 


2 


42 


55 


109 


103 


148 


100 


149 


150 


173 


93 


1,080 


73 


169 


196 


255 


163 


291 


490 


412 


316! 


2,365 


92 


70 


30 


21 


6 


25 


23 


49 


27 


343 


99 


69 


35 


36 


30 


52 


24 


64 


34 j 


443 


95 


75 


31 


25 


11 


31 


32 


63 


45! 


408 


6 


3 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


7 


4^ 


39 


39 


141 


159 


191 


95 


235 


423 


352 


292 


1,927 


111 


79 


45 


30 


14 


44 


39 


73 


42 


477 


3 


4 


8 


4 


1 


4 


4 


5 


4 


37 


97 


74 


32 


24 


8 


26 


26 


52 


34 


373 


1 


3 


4 


6 


2 


5 


2 


7 


3 


33 


32 


102 


108 


115 


63 


177 


383 


277 


263 


1,520 


7 


3 


5 


3 


2 


4 


.. . . 


6 


1 


31 


26 


57 


58 


81 


70 


75 


73 


81 


41 


562 


3 


2 


3 


6 


4 






6 


1 


25 


4 


3 


e 


5 


2 


3 


2 


4 


2 


31 


14 


9 


4 


2 




2 




11 


4| 


46 


^ 
1 


5 


2 


5 


2 


4 


1 


8 


1 


35 


82 


56 


30 


20 


6 


19 


25 


34 


29 


301 


5 


4 


3 


3 


2 


2 




5 


1 


25 


86 


68 


24 


23 


7 


44 


21 


49 


35 


357 


97 


73 


38 


22 


8 


34 


24 


57 


35 


388 


7 


12 


2 


2 


5 


4 


2 


3 


1 


38 


6 


4 


1 


5 


1 


3 





5 


5 


30 


59 


176 


193 


243 


139 


275 


468 


393 


303 


2,249 


11 


4 


4 


8 


2 


3 


2 


9 


4 


47 


23,615 












' 






! 

256 i 


539 


398 


189 


375 


371 


409 


310 


594 


3,441 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. X. P., Democratic Social Xomination Paper; 
I. W. Y., Independent Women Yoters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R.. Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



118 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 11. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . . 

Edgar P.Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, T) 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V,, P. S. A. . . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. E 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S.N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

J oseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S.N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Scattering. 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



6 

164 

6 

334 

133 

239 

205 

5 

333 

5 

137 

324 

57 

57 

60 

4 

292 

71 

2 

54 

2 

211 

3 

66 

9 

2 

10 

5 

49 

5 

47 

59 

5 

4 

318 



221 



2. 



11 
127 

7 

164 

144 

65 

76 

8 

148 

7 

107 

160 

78 

129 

75 

6 

87 

95 

4 

77 
6 
56 
4 
75 
4 
3 
7 
7 

72 

10 

73 

77 

6 

9 

141 

5 



646 



3. 



7 

141 

10 

337 

145 

242 

263 

8 

333 

10 

128 

343 

107 

124 

117 

4 

284 

123 

2 

106 

7 

213 

2 

75 

3 

3 

12 

12 

87 

23 

88 

110 

4 

2 

333 

6 



330 



16 

88 

8 

480 

83 

426 

436 

4 

477 

2 

84 

486 

54 

57 

66 

5 

450 

62 

1 

62 

1 

416 

6 

51 

2 

2 
10 

3 
47 

1 
45 
61 

2 

3 
470 

3 



242 



5. 



1 

57 

2 

387 
43 
349 
357 
1 
391 



51 

390 

8 

9 

22 



382 
9 
1 
5 
1 

361 

23 



4 
5 

1 
391 



64 



6. 



1 

69 

2 

298 

49 

258 

254 

3 

306 



55 
305 
14 
15 
37 



282 
22 

21 

258 
2 

26 
2 



10 



10 

16 

1 

2 
307 



115 



7. 



3 

92 

2 

403 
73 

338 

342 
7 

400 

1 

79 

408 

9 

14 

20 

3 

386 

14 

2 

9 

3 

332 
2 
35 
1 
2 
3 
1 
8 
2 
8 
9 
4 
2 

403 
3 



89 



8. 



1 
63 

409 

56 

367 

369 

409 

62 

416 

3 

5 

15 

398 



4 
1 
351 
1 
29 
1 

1 

2 
2 
1 
3 
3 

2 

411 

1 



102 



99 

1 

346 

87 

286 

288 

4 

353 

1 

88 

351 

9 

12 

25 

1 

324 

20 



13 
1 

278 

1 

52 



9 
9 
1 

2 

348 

1 



125 



46 

900 

38 

3,158 

813 

2,570 

2,590 

40 

3,150 

26 

791 

3,183 

339 

422 

437 

23 

_ 2,885 

424 

12 

351 

22 

2,47fi 

21 

432 

22 

13 

51 

30 

282 

42 

287 

349 

23 

27 

3,122 

27 



29,426 
1,934 



D. signifies Democratic ; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper ; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters ; P. S. A., Public School Association ; 
R., Republican ; S. E., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



119 



Votes Cast for School Coiiiniittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 12. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atliins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A *. . . 

Mary E . Blake, P.S.A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E . Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. . 

AVilliam J. Gallivan, D. 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R.. 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. X. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


o. 


6. 


7. 


8. 



Blanks 



7! 1 

204: 1(58 

8 3 

393 I 397 



181 

292 

233 

6 

391 

3 

189 

392 

61 

85 

67 

7 

327 

79 

9 

59 

8 

272 

5 

100 

3 

3 

7 

8 

50 

4 

49 

66 

5 

3 

388 

5 



239 



158 

264 

233 

4 

398 

1 

175 

399 

31 

49 

50 

3 

348 

50 

2 

40 

2 

271 
2 

90 
6 

3 

6 

32 

1 

33 

38 

5 

7 

408 

5 



261 



o 
92 

5 

197 

84 

135 

113 

2 
201 

6 

96 

187 

102 

98 

106 

4 
161 
109 

1 
100 

4 
148 

3 
60 

4 

3 

7 



4 

87 

99 

6 

6 

199 



324 



6 
131 

5 
278 
130 
177 
175 

5 
267 

4 
141 
259 
104 
117 
109 

3 
216 
108 

4 
113 

4 
174 

2 
73 

5 

3 

8 
10 
85 

5 

88 

104 

6 

3 
254 

4 



364 



14 
134 

16 
215 

128 

110 

118 

10 

21 

10 

130 

217 

66 

89 

74 

10 

150 

82 

7 

72 

9 

98 

24 

60 

7 

6 

5 

7 

56 

2 

63 

68 

3 

3 

206 

3 



451 



18 
117 

13 
192 
110 
114 
142 

17 
181 

11 
117 
186 
244 
254 
246 

11 
136 
261 

15 
240 

13 
103 

13 

63 
8 

12 

22 

9 

219 

13 

232 

244 

9 

8 

185 

12 



668 



12 

74 

11 

122 

62 

86 

134 

8 

99 

8 

67 

101 

216 

208 

218 

5 

89 

199 

11 

210 

10 

61 

10 

23 

6 

6 

17 

4 

176 

6 

181 

223 

10 

6 

109 

11 



545 



63 

920 

61 

1,794 

853 

1,178 

1,148 

52 

1,750 

43 

915 

1,741 

824 

900 

870 

43 

1,427 

888 

49 

834 

50 

1,127 

59 

469 

39 

33 

69 

47 

706 

35 

733 

842 

44 

34 

1,749 

47 

22,436 

2,852 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P, S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



120. 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 13. 



Precincts. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R... . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R . 

CharJes L. BuiTiU, T. W. V., P. S. A,, R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E . Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer,- S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P .- . . 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N, P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



15 
15 
7 
28 
13 
25 
51 
7 

17 

9 

15 

19 

209 

205 

205 

11 

14 

262 

9 

218 

2 

14 

8 

11 

9 

5 

25 

6 

186 

3 

193 

222 

12 

- 8 

15 

21 



666 



2. 



3. 



6. 



17 

13 

15 

25 

13 

31 

73 

13 

16 

10 

9 

22 

230 

205 

224 

13 

10 

276 

16 

254 

10 

24 

17 

8 

16 

9 

26 

14 

202 

10 

195 

235 

14 

8 

27 

15 



845 



12 

10 

9 

18 

. 15 

7 

49 

13 

12 

9 

6 

15 

223 

225 

221 

4 

7 

288 

8 

234 

8 

11 



5 

2 

13 

5 

224 

29 

213 

240 

7 

8 

14 

4 



690 



15 

30 

7 

41 

30 

23 

62 

12 

32 

6 

28 

35 

241 

212 

240 

6 

16 

275 

8 

249 

9 

13 

10 

23 

7 

6 

19 

5 

220 

8 

221 

252 

11 

" 6 

42 

22 



566 



15 
44 

57 
42 
38 
60 
9 
4 

40 

47 

222 

210 

216 

9 

31 

283 

9 

246 

11 

31 

9 

30 

9 

9 

26 

11 

215 

9 

204 

243 

13 

8 

44 

24 



7 

44 

7 

61 

43 

35 

60 

10 

60 

7 

45 

57 

184 

170 

183 

5 

40 

226 

5 

198 

1 

28 

10 

23 

10 

2 

18 

8 

177 

6 

161 

199 

13 

12 

70 

13 



9 

25 

12 

31 

19 

27 

45 

10 

27 

7 

22 

31 

224 

210 

221 

9 

12 

279 

11 

228 

6 

2 

5 

22 

13 

7 

29 

9 

205 

9 

197 

235 

11 

10 

39 

11 



515 570 634 



9 

27 

8 

38 

19 

25 

48 

7 

26 

7 

14 

27 

190 

172 

184 

5 

15 

216 

4 

211 

5 

12 

9 

13 

8 

3 

16 

15 

165 

8 

169 

195 

13 

8 

32 

9 



476 



99 

208 

77 

299 

194 

211 

448 

81 

237 

63 

179 

253 

1,723 

1,609 

1,694 

62 

145 

2,105 

70 

1,838 

52 

160 

75 

137 

77 

43 

172 

73 

1,594 

82 

1,553 

1,821 

94 

68 

283 

119 

17,998 

4,962 



D. signifies Democrat ; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper ; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters ; P. S. A., Public School Association ; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor, 



Election Department. 



121 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, lOOO. 



Ward 14. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward T. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L , 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrili, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, L» 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L. 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V,, P. S. A,. . . 

William J . Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L. 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S.Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N, P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. X. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



21 

92 

20 

144 



101 

17 

13' 

15 

86 

137 

328 

307 

324 

26 

88 

369 

17 

368 

12 

71 

14 

61 

14 

10 

32 

15 

271 

17 

294 

330 

13 

11 

126 

24 



905 



8. 



4. 



5. 



7. 



17 
35 

14 

63 

34 

39 

66 

16 

47 

12 

25 

43 

380 

367 

375 

11 

25 

411 

9 

395 

8 

33 

11 

20 

14 

8 

27 

11 

347 

9 

359 

370 

10 

11 

43 

21 



978 



11 

105 

10 

154 

97 

76 

107 

8 

151 

5 

148 

143 

207 

197 

210 

6 

103 

263 

3 

228 

12 

42 

16 

48 

11 

7 

16 

13 

172 

15 

189 

214 

4 

35 

140 

12 



462 



11 

164 

12 

214 

141 

85 

96 

10 

211 

5 

150 

207 

136 

125 

142 

7 

132 

179 

8 

157 

8 

70 

5 

102 

4 



130 
9 

121 

137 
7 
5 

185 
9 



441 



14 
225 

18 

312 

226 

125 

118 

9 

297 

13 

21 

292 

141 

136 

146 

8 

214 

209 

13 

161 

24 

75 

20 

112 

21 

7 

30 

7 

125 

8 

129 

146 

7 

6 

283 



618 



186 

6 
253 
169 
120 
116 
10 
239 

6 
171 
244 
125 
118 
127 

5 
187 
186 

5 
151 

4 
74 

6 
82 

8 

1 
19 

4 
118 

6 
104 
121 

8 

11 

235 

.9 



622 



18 
171 

12 
193 
174 
135 
139 

27 
190 

48 
133 
225 
218 
193 
220 

22 
147 
269 

22 
236 

13 

89 
9 

98 

11 
7 

24 

14 
191 

10 

186 

219 

6 

8 

205 

17 



781 



8. 



18 
163 

12 
222 
154 
108 
112 

12 
203 
9 
132 
210 
189 
185 
211 
7 
120 
244 

15 

216 

7 

69 

15 
106 

7 
18 
15 

165 
16 

170 

197 
15 
11 

191 
19 



702 



119 

1,141 

104 

1 ,555 

1.083 

775 

855 

109 

1,475 

113 

1,062 

1,501 

1,724 

1,628 

1,755 

92 

1,016 

2,130 

92 

1,912 

88 

523 

96 

629 

90 

55 

174 

86 

1,519 

90 

1,552 

1,734 

70 

98 

1,408 

lis 

28,571 
5,509 



D, signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



122 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Coniinittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 15. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


11 


11 


6 


11 


11 


24 


18 


35 


64 


92 


106 


165 


125 


120 


10 


15 


5 


9 


10 


16 


14 


66 


89 


148 


151 


243 


222 


162 


38 


61 


90 


102 


144 


112 


101 


39 


59 


69 


70 


116 


118 


74 


73 


76 


108 


118 


123 


132 


81 


11 


10 


5 


9 


24 


19 


15 


51 


91 


135 


144 


213 


211 


149 


14 


8 


3 


8 


31 


15 


13 


38 


63 


160 


101 


155 


126 


115 


59 


90 


140 


145 


238 


210 


151 


297 


191 


195 


220 


143 


165 


172 


264 


174 


182 


196 


140 


151 


169 


280 


183 


194 


221 


162 


174 


180 


9 


11 


4 


10 


10 


17 


17 


32 


m 


101 


100 


198 


159 


90 


332 


228 


240 


245 


192 


225 


218 


11 


8 


3 


7 


5 


15 


18 


332 


226 


248 


236 


172 


176 


191 


11 


5 


3 


5 


7 


12 


18 


26 


33 


56 


63 


106 


102 


61 


19 


10 


13 


8 


6 


12 


12 


30 


50 


63 


59 


91 


79 


81 


13 


4 


10 


^ 
1 


3 


8 


12 


8 


6 


3 


5 


6 


8 


10 


22 


16 


18 


24 


13 


17 


28 


12 


5 


10 


6 


5 


10 


13 


257 


175 


]81 


205 


144 


137 


155 


7 


9 


9 


15 


3 


24 


10 


250 


173 


179 


193 


135 


118 


163 


289 


190 


206 


226 


153 


162 


183 


14 


7 


7 


5 


8 


13 


15 


9 


fe 


11 


7 


6 


22 


16 


49 


91 


131 


141 


237 


197 


149 


28 


20 


16 


11 


14 


13 


18 


769 


477 


452 


444 


368 


667 


612 



100 

764 

87 

1,160 

695 

584 

756 

100 

1,064 

96 

814 

1,106 

1,508 

1,401 

1,513 

82 

784 

1,827 

71 

1,738 

63 

471 

89 

489 

65 

54 

152 

69 

1,371 

83 

1,329 

1,539 

82 

89 

1,053 

128 

23,376 

4,152 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V„ P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George BoUe, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I, W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E, Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A... . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

-Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Totals 



57 

8 

79 

4' 

39 

45 

7 

70 

4 

56 

73 

125 

125 

119 

4 

41 

147 

4 

156 

2 

24 

9 

36 

8 

8 

14 

8 

117 

6 

118 

130 

13 

10 

58 



Blanks 



363 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



123 



Votes Cast fol* School Coiiimittee (Three Years), 
Municipal JElection, 1900. 



Ward 16. 



Julius Aarou, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

AVilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . 

Henry Brinkmaun, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V,, R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A... . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L, 

Alfreds. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. X. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N, P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. X. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S.X. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S.N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. X. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total. 



Blanks. 



Precincts. 



1. 



17 
83 
17 

131 
82 
71 
73 
1 

129 
14 
75 

126 

316 

117 

114 
14 
87 

142 
10 

152 
17 
64 
11 
45 
6 
11 
18 
10 

110 

5 

99 

123 

11 

9 

106 
11 



362 



2. 



7/ 

7 

129 

77 

72 

94 

8 

120 

5 

76 

123 

227 

211 

214 

7 

88 

246 

4 

273 

2 

62 

10 

41 

12 

3 

24 

8 

206 

10 

205 

227 

14 

10 

112 

19 



561 



3. 



4. 



6. 



12 

140 

14 

214 

11 

127 

144 

16 

207 

11 

140 

191 

239 

235 

240 

13 

149 

278 

9 

290 

5 

92 

8 

67 

5 

4 

21 

5 

216 

4 

233 

243 

11 

10 

209 

5 



612 



10 

176 

11 

306 

15 

192 

199 

10 

314 

6 

171 

308 

86 

75 

89 

6 

243 

91 

9 

91 

4 

164 

6 

93 

7 

4 

10 

5 

62 

8 

76 

89 

3 

3 

296 

6 



342 



4 
151 

4 
255 
139 
141 
160 

5 
251 

4 
139 
246 
125 
121 
119 

4 
195 
131 

1 
127 

3 
140 

7 
59 

6 

1 
16 

7 
101 

7 
112 
130 

7 

6 
246 

5 



33'; 



1 

138 

3 

445 

134 

32 

327 

1 

432 

1 

139 

429 

3: 

36 

46 

1 

379 

47 

1 

50 

306 

8 
81 



7 
28 

6 
28 
38 

5 

4 
419 

5 



232 



23 

88 

10 

175 

7i 

144 

171 

9 

176 

6 

75 

175 

251 

238 

253 

7 

124 

274 

15 

278 

7 

119 

11 

48 

15 

7 

23 

7 

231 

13 

240 

257 

12 

14 

173 

17 



743 



75 

853 

66 

1,655 

784 

1,074 

1,168 

66 

1,629 

47 

815 

1,598 

1,077 

1,033 

1,080 

52 

1,265 

1,209 

49 

1,261 

38 

947 

61 

434 

58 

30 

115 

49 

954 

53 

993 

1,107 

63 

56 

1,561 

68 

23,443 

3,189 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S.N. P., Democi'atic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W.V., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



124 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 17. 



Precincts. 



1. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 



9. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.... 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. E 

AVilliam P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E . Duff , D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.... 

William J. Gallivan, D... 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D, S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J . Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P. 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 

Scattering 



10 
37 

10 

59 

38 

26 

41 

7 

51 

6 

87 

51 

179 

182 

177 

4 

23 

183 

6 

174 

7 

15 

12 

31 

7 

4 

15 

8 

162 

15 

184 

178 

14 

8 

43 

11 



Total 



Blanks. 



551 



13 

44 

12 

68 

37 

36 

61 

11 

64 

13 

39 

62 

199 

189 

194 

10 

34 

206 

8 

193 

9 

28 

6 

22 

11 

10 

15 

7 

166 

10 

170 

196 

9 

9 

50 

10 



10 

150 

IS 

245 

155 

127 

139 

7 

251 

8 

142 

250 

112 

109 

115 

9 

194 

123 

8 

109 

9 

126 

5 

88 

12 

5 

11 

4 

87 

4 

104 

103 

13 

6 

229 

10 



491 



247 



4 
171 

7 
282 
150 
173 
186 

5 
285 

3 
138 
272 
144 
147 
163 

7 
231 
160 

4 
147 

3 
155 

6 
72 
11 

7 
13 

7 

125 

11 

128 

141 

4 

7 
267 



460 



11 
44 
10 
84 
40 
58 
71 
7 

86 

7 

47 

73 

185 

184 

185 

9 

63 

179 

12 

185 

7 



23 

11 

6 

16 

4 

159 

6 

159 

183 

7 

6 

72 

5 



346 



8 

18 

8 

41 

23 

28 

34 

10 

35 

8 

26 

37 

200 

197 

195 

6 

23 

193 

4 

205 

5 

21 

6 

15 

9 

5 

16 

7 

178 

5 

176 

199 

7 

7 

34 

7 



476 



14 

48 

9 

82 

50 

49 

75 

10 

83 

9 

50 

79 

233 

216 

225 

10 

54 

233 

11 

225 

3 

43 

13 

29 

12 

3 

21 

14 

204 

9 

202 

223 

13 

12 

77 

18 



451 



18 
108 

17 
173 
108 

93 

90 

12 
167 
8 
106 
180 
267 
245 
274 

11 

100 

269 

9 

269 

3 

67 
7 

70 
8 
7 

20 

12 
230 

13 
232 
285 

16 

12 
134 

17 



471 



4 
118 

9 

173 

108 

80 

103 

7 
174 

2 
115 
169 
155 
141 
150 

4 
105 
163 

8 
148 

4 
78 

4 

78 
10 

3 
16 

7 
125 

7 
131 
153 

5 

9 
166 

8 



24,343 



2^52 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican, S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



125 



Votes Cast for School Coininittee (Tliree Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 18. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., E,.,.. 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., E 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. BurriJl, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. E 

Daniel S. Harkins, D.. = 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P.. . . . . 

Carl Meyer, S, L 

Stephen O' J.eary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. X. P 

Mark Stone, 1st D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., I 

Charles W. White, D. S, N. P 



Precincts. 



1. 



Total. 



Blanks . 



22 
62 
22 

122 
78 
90 
96 
22 

126 
19 
59 

100 

26 

280 

263 
17 
72 

270 
20 

260 

17 

61 

8 

8 

16 

16 

10 

234 

7 

248 

265 

9 

3 

105 

7 



635 



3. 



19 

83 
19 
121 
105 
66 
82 
20 

no 

16 

79 

106 

221 

230 

219 

21 

74 

224 

12 

220 

14 

44 

9 

57 

10 

15 

22 

11 

188 

9 

191 

220 

12 

9 

113 

17 



908 



17 
180 

17 
238 
193 
111 
111 

13 
230 
7 
163 
224 
109 
168 
118 

20 
145 
122 

16 
110 

13 

82 
9 

83 
5 

11 

12 
6 

91 

10 

123 

118 

6 

13 
?05 

11 



4. 



690 



25 
159 

20 
226 
180 
123 
129 

17 
227 

22 
145 
208 
194 
222 
201 

23 
153 
204 

39 

ISO 

8 

88 

12 

74 
5 
6 

16 

15 
162 

16 
178 
177 

10 

5 

190 

21 



6. 



7. 



784 



24 

60 

24 

94 

62 

77 

97 

21 

94 

18 

5 

80 

335 

312 

346 

17 

64 

359 

14 

323 

9 

45 

11 

31 

9 

8 

34 

14 

293 

18 

294 

332 

11 

11 

73 

17 



560 



12 

136 

23 

212 

122 

145 

122 

19 

205 

28 

134 

212 

289 

243 

281 

13 

182 

283 

38 

285 

7 

107 

14 

46 

13 

11 

20 

10 

250 

13 

274 

280 

17 

10 

203 

18 



451 



8. 



119 

680 

125 

1,013 

740 

612 

637 

112 

992 

110 

637 

930 

1,415 

1,455 

1,428 

111 

690 

1,462 

139 

1,378 

68 

427 

63 

335 

50 

67 

120 

66 

1,218 

73 

1,308 

1,392 

65 

51 

889 

91 

21,068 

4,028 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
1. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican ; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



126 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Coinmittee (Tliree Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 19. 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. Y., E 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. Y., K 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R. .. 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. Y., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duflf, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. Y., P. S. A... 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D, S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S, L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J, Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Yogel, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 

Scattering 



20 

69 

15 

129 

59 

106 

116 

22 

129 

18 

51 

130 

207 

183 

191 

7 

113 

209 

7 

185 

11 

87 

11 

40 

7 

9 

33 

9 

169 

16 

171 

198 

14 

12 

131 

22 



Total , 



Blanks. 



614 



12 

71 

12 

115 

62 

82 

98 

12 

101 

11 

71 

105 

196 

'175 

188 

9 

69 

216 

10 

186 

5 

50 

7 

43 

8 

9 

18 

17 

155 

21 

179 

195 

28 

21 

96 

13 



17 

37 

15 

50 

31 

43 

80 

15 

55 

12 

31 

41 

351 

325 

349 

11 

22 

359 

12 

339 

11 

43 

11 

22 

8 

9 

25 

i 

319 

9 
330 
331 
13 
12 
41 
18 



630 



775 



21 

61 

20 

89 

50 

65 

90 

22 

87 

14 

51 

69 

298 

267 

281 

15 

51 

297 

13 

282 

1 

40 

13 

23 

9 

13 

27 

14 

242 

14 

256 

282 

12 

12 

62 

17 



636 



15 
93 
14 
1 

84 

108 

125 
13 

173 
12 
90 

165 

16 

15 

158 
13 

129 

161 
9 

162 
11 
91 
12 
50 
7 
11 
13 
7 

143 
4 

162 

161 
13 
11 

155 
11 



273 



13 

113 

12 

198 

90 
132 
143 

15 
211 

18 
115 
192 
219 
195 
213 

18 
170 
227 

14 
218 

13 

117 

7 

44 
8 

12 

16 

10 

174 

9 

189 

202 

6 

13 
198 

10 



534 



13 

98 

16 

186 

95 

140 

178 

18 

184 

15 

101 

166 

381 

339 

370 

8 

140 

38 

10 

372 

9 

107 

18 

47 

13 

12 

42 

24 

308 

15 

316 

376 

15 

20 

172 

35 



782 



21 

82 

20 

137 

69 

88 

100 

20 

136 

117 

77 

125 

289 

260 

268 

14 

90 

296 

19 

269 

21 

66 

26 

40 

24 

21 

40 

18 

238 

24 

254 

274 

19 

23 

113 

24 

1 



765 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. Y., Independent Women Yoters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



127 



Votes Cast for School Coiiiinittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, lOOO. 



Ward 20. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldricli, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W, V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. Y., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S, N. P 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N . P. . . . . . 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Yogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. X. P 

Scattering 



Total 



Precincts. 



1. 2 



2. 


3. 


4. 


o. 6. 


7. 


8. 



13 

255 

14 

421 

218 

246 

272 

15 

410 

1 

216 

418 

156 

152 

165 

l: 

336 

187 

11 

183 

10 

207 

6 

112 

6 

8 

12 

5 

134 

3 

132 

169 

2 

3 

391 

9 



Blanks 



421 



11 

217 

12 

455 
180 
309 
284 
13 
44 
10 
195 
443 
173 
168 
175 

7 
377 
192 

7 
188 

6 
277 

9 
92 

5 

5 
13 

7 
149 

3 
155 
186 

6 

4 
442 



45< 



8 
162 

8 
328 
132 
219 
240 

6 
320 

6 
143 
328 
15' 
158 
1 

265 
174 

7 
182 

4 
194 

5 
72 

8 

1 
14 

9 
141 

8 
136 
168 

5 

6 
320 



275 



10 

107 

11 

IS 

84 

133 

142 

10 

181 

6 

83 

176 

224 

214 

230 

4 

145 

230 

7 

224 

5 

100 

5 

56 

4 

6 

17 

11 

186 

190 

253 

7 

8 

163 

12 



594 



229 

4 
423 
20 
277 
288 
12 
420 

8 
216 
408 
191 
180 
209 
10 
335 
200 

5 
20' 

5 

230 

10 

88 

11 

3 
11 

4 
159 

6 
182 
208 

7 

6 
399 



51- 



15 
320 

13 
586 
2 

355 
357 

14 
581 

16 
292 
566 
125 
167 
141 

13 
499 
163 

12 
154 

26 

302 

9 

140 

4 

7 

11 

11 
101 

13 

117 

148 

9 

10 

552 

7 



2 
25 

3 
524 
208 
341 
320 

2 
51: 

2 
233 
527 
105 
110 
127 

3 
446 
114 

5 
106 

3 
318 

3 
9S 

6 

1 

9 
11 
84 

5 

89 

124 

6 

6 
503 



491 372 



15 

259 

19 

544 

227 

372 

353 

9 

546 

8 

227 

535 

99 

99 

104 

14 

458 

112 

9 

101 

10 

312 

5 

110 

9 

5 

13 

4 

80 

13 

73 

106 

5 

4 

515 

9 



353 



79 
1,806 

84 
3,468 
1,533 
2,2.52 
2,256 

81 
3,417 

69 
1,605 
3,401 
1,230 
1,248 
1,328 

71 
2,861 
1,372 

63 
1,345 

69 
1,940 

52 
768 

53 

36 
100 

62 
1,034 

58 
1,074 
1,362 

47 

47 
3,285 

67 
1 

39,624 

3,480 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



128 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Conimittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 21. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., ~R — 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A. 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. E 

AVilliam P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Euger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N, P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R , . . 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P .'.... 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



13 

205 

15 

326 

190 

190 

172 

27 

328 

30 

178 

331 

91 

97 

96 

8 

269 

200 

6 

82 

3 

146 

7 

84 

7 

6 

12 

8 

73 

10 

72 

83 



302 

7 



366 



3. 



4. 



5. 6. 



8 
125 

5 
256 
119 
167 
181 

6 
274 

3 
115 
257 
147 
139 
155 

2 
209 
158 

4 
158 

4 
157 

5 
57 

7 

2 
17 

8 
134 

7 
143 
135 

5 

2 
251 

5 



309 



93 

4 

177 

84 

115 

129 

1 

182 

3 

85 

167 

74 

80 

82 

5 

158 

88 

3 

72 

100 

1 

33 

7 
7 
2 

68 
2 

68 

82 

3 

3 

171 

10 



193 



4 

165 

5 

334 

169 

212 

199 

5 

336 

2 

172 

294 

70 

71 

85 

4 

296 

114 

3 

74 

2 

167 

32 

54 

17 

4 

10 

8 

62 

5 

52 

74 

3 

2 

317 

2 



303 



6 

204 

6 

308 

182 

156 

149 

5 

326 

10 

188 

311 

92 

93 

. 99 

6 

274 

99 

12 

101 

7 

145 

5 

71 
5 
4 
9 



6 

102 

94 

3 

3 
316 

4 



330 



10 

217 

9 

432 

215 

271 

255 

4 

454 

3 

206 

429 

52 

58 

61 

2 

393 

58 
5 

49 

3 

252 

8 

75 
5 
4 
8 
9 

46 
5 

55 

53 

4 

6 

432 

10 



266 



6 
177 

6 
351 
175 
226 
219 

7 
350 

7 
165 
344 
128 
130 
133 

4 

308 

143 

10 

144 

5 
203 

4 
68 

4 

12 
7 

112 
8 

133 

128 
5 
5 

355 
4 



498 



3 

195 

3 

528 

179 

393 

362 

4 

544 

3 

189 

535 

83 

86 

98 

2 

475 

93 

2 

91 

397 
3 

75 
4 
1 
6 
5 

66 
4 

88 

82 

2 

5 

543 

9 



442 



9. 



203 

7 
389 
176 
239 
226 
10 
407 

7 
186 
393 
107 
111 
109 

6 
325 
126 

9 
115 

8 

209 

21 

77 

7 

4 
13 

5 
85 

5 

97 

106 

4 

2 
382 



368 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association ; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



129 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Tliree Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 22. 



Julius AaroB, S. L 

Edward 1 . Aldricli, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkius, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A.. 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I, W. V., P. S. A., R... . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. AV. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.... 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D.. 

Joseph Hartog, S. L .• 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P. . . . . . 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



i 



14 

228 

14 

462 

221 

291 

286 

9 

452 

9 

221 

453 

185 

154 

173 

9 

396 

185 

19 

170 

20 

220 

29 

86 

25 

11 

22 

16 

13S 

30 

135 

162 

31 

26 

440 

39 



635 



18 

77 

14 

111 

67 

73 

74 

21 

113 

15 

72 

100 

234 

207 

207 

15 

82 

228 

11 

208 

11 

53 

9 

38 

7 

12 

14 

10 

184 

10 

199 

222 

17 

17 

95 

10 



3. 



4. 



521 



9 

62 

6 

101 

57 

59 

85 

7 

97 

6 

60 

96 

224 

212 

222 

12 

66 

217 

10 

216 

10 

43 

7 

24 

7 

10 

23 

11 

185 

7 

201 

231 

8 

12 

82 

21 



390 



24 
187 

26 
326 
172 
196 
191 

23 
331 

19 
157 
297 
117 
128 
110 

15 
262 
120 

16 
110 

14 
169 

12 

98 
8 

13 

12 

11 
101 
. 7 

95 

118 

8 

7 

305 

8 



54- 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



24 
142 

18 
250 
124 
153 
153 

16 
255 

16 
129 
231 
147 
130 
133 

16 
197 
147 

15 
134 

18 
121 

19 

65 

17 

20 

20 

15 
125 

17 
116 
138 

20 

1 
228 

20 



139 

3 

348 

129 

253 

226 

9 

350 

6 

134 

341 

44 

40 

48 

7 

332 

49 

6 

43 

5 

221 

2 

47 

3 

7 

3 

2 

37 

3 

36 

53 

5 

9 

337 

3 



514 209 

I 



5 

164 

9 

452 

145 

358 

326 

6 

438 

3 

142 

429 

50 

40 

50 

4 

410 

50 

3 

45 

2 

302 

54 
5 
3 
2 
5 

41 

36 

49 

3 

6 

429 

4 



242 



21 

145 

25 

236 

120 

148 

14 

48 

207 

38 

146 

217 

191 

179 

202 

33 

182 

182 

26 

182 

13 

133 

10 

59 

12 

23 

16 

12 

163 

13 

158 

212 

15 

11 

217 

17 



529 



122 

1,144 

115 

2,286 
1,035 
1,531 
1,488 

139 
2,243 

112 
1,061 
2,164 
1,192 
1,090 
1,145 

111 
1,927 
1,178 

106 

1,108 

93 

1,262 

88 

471 
84 
99 

112 
82 

974 
87 

976 
1,185 

107 

105 
2,133 

122 

29,277 
3,587 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S.N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association: 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



130 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Coininittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



AYARD 23. 



Julius Aaron, S.~L 

Edward L. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund BlDinge, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

AVilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . 

Henry Brlnkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

JuUa E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davia Goldstein, S. L — 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfreds. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N, P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D, S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total 



Precincts. 



1. 



2. 


3. 


4. 


.5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 



Blanks. 



5 

84 

5 

293 

65 

246 

237 

5 

287 

2 

76 

287 

80 

67 

83 

5 

280 

72 

2 

77 

3 

223 

1 

37 

1 

2 

4 

1 

71 

2 

71 

73 

2 

1 

281 

4 



182 



5 

58 

7 

101 

53 

63 

79 

6 

104 

6 

132 

104 

264 

243 

268 

8 

71 

265 

6 

262 

5 

54 

9 

40 

8 

8 

16 

8 

245 

6 

238 

259 

11 

10 

91 

21 



361 



19 
63 
14 

111 
52 
80 
81 
17 

100 
14 
58 
99 

239 

214 

233 
13 
79 

226 
11 

224 

11 

57 

5 

31 

3 

13 

14 

3 

215 
9 

211 

225 

8 

11 

97 

8 



548 



5 
85 

7 

224 

88 

157 

184 

9 
222 

6 
79 
214 
192 
183 
200 

7 
193 
193 

6 
195 

5 
156 

8 
53 

8 

4 
15 

7 
173 

4 
161 
189 

4 

9 

218 

11 



374 



23 

204 

27 

360 

189 

203 

194 

20 

344 

20 

189 

333 

142 

154 

143 

20 

288 

145 

16 

133 

16 

177 

15 

91 

15 

19 

16 

16 

118 

15 

127 

142 

14 

16 

343 

24 



545 



18 

214 

15 

394 

197 

232 

222 

16 

394 

16 

199 

392 

4 

46 

46 

21 

338 

48 

9 

38 

13 

201 

6 

86 

10 

12 

5 

11 

32 

8 

35 

35 

4 

3 

374 

9 



246 



8 

181 

11 

365 

163 

215 

208 

5 

349 

5 

180 

337 

45 

42 

46 

9 

309 

44 

3 

46 

3 

205 

- 7 

58 

4 

5 

2 

3 

29 

6 

33 

46 

2 

9 

349 

6 



206 



7 

134 

7 

498 

99 

410 

388 

10 

495 

5 

117 

493 

36 

52 

34 

5 

460 

37 

4 

32 

4 

386 

5 

47 

1 

1 

9 

5 

31 

3 

21 

34 

5 

3 

484 

5 



185 



9 

66 

11 

146 

50 

109 

111 

13 

143 

8 

46 

146 

85 

75 

78 

9 

129 

79 

. 6 

81 

6 

9^ 

5 

29 

6 

11 

6 

5 

68 

7 

76 

77 

10 

8 

142 

9 



254 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



131 



Votes Cast for School Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 24. 



rRBCINCTS. 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



0. 



7. 



8. 



100 
1,771 

92 
2,905 
1,515 
1,602 
1,539 

99 
2,818 

98 
1,621 
2,782 
1,087 
1,103 
1,143 

78 
2,275 
1.196 

59 
1,115 

45 
1,417 

54 
751 

52 

63 
107 

59 
949 

50 

940 

1,237 

44 

61 
2,659 

64 

33,550 
3,362 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward 1. Aldrich, I. AV. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, 1. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R.. . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I, W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrlll, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D. 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A.. . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harking, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefleld, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. N. P 

Frank Vogel, I/W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. N. P 

Total 

Blanks 



11 

95 

15 

1% 

90 

185 

186 

14 

179 

10 

85 

174 

196 

190 

197 

10 

134 

201 

9 

189 

7 

119 

6 

55 

13 

6 

26 

11 

177 

7 

170 

207 

7 

16 

171 

11 



39' 



9 
152 

8 
215 
182 
102 
112 
10 
208 

5 
137 
211 
144 
139 
143 

8 
154 
143 

2 
139 

3 
89 
13 
61 

5 

4 
14 

5 
120 

7 
119 
143 

8 

7 
200 

5 



448 



12 
245 

9 
446 
190 
255 
287 

9 
436 
11 
245 
437 
115 
133 
184 

5 
372 
146 

6 
184 

7 
231 

5 
92 

6 

7 

10 

16 

100 

13 

112 

169 

3 

3 
409 

5 



555 



10 
135 
12 
256 
115 
156 
166 
-12 
241 

6 
119 
240 
139 
138 
145 

7 
192 
149 

5 
143 

2 
140 

5 
69 

5 

4 
13 

5 
125 

6 
121 
165 

6 

6 
220 

6 



396 



10 

179 

7 

298 

162 

169 

147 

10 

291 

5 

159 

295 

77 

66 

85 

8 

242 

87 

6 

80 

5 

159 

6 

77 

6 

16 

7 

4 

62 

5 

61 

85 

4 

7 

278 

11 



272 



12 
188 

9 

262 

165 

97 

99 

8 
250 

8 
189 
249 
116 
126 
128 

9 
183 
132 

2 
119 

1 
84 

6 
82 

4 

4 

6 

8 
103 

4 
102 
132 

4 

5 
241 

5 



284 



276 

7 

469 

225 

280 

265 

6 

451 

8 

229 

453 

91 

95 

99 

5 

383 

101 

5 

90 

4 

248 

3 

96 

6 

3 

14 

6 

72 

4 

68 

110 

5 

2 

429 

8 



320 



17 

317 

13 

484 

290 

246 

225 

20 

488 

21 

293 

474 

106 

101 

115 

20 

391 

121 

18 

115 

12 

205 

6 

131 

5 

14 

10 

5 

95 

1 

95 

125 

3 

9 

450 

4 



387 



11 

184 

12 

279 

146 

162 

152 

10 

274 

24 

165 

249 

103 

115 

102 

6 

224 

116 

6 

106 

4 

142 

4 

88 

2 

5 

7 

4 

95 

8 

92 

101 

4 

6 

261 

9 



303 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v.. Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L,, Social Labor. 



132 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Scliool Committee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Ward 25. 



Julius Aaron, S. L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

Anna Barrows, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, P. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Daniel J. Byrne, D 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

Julia E. DiifP, D 

Olga Enger, S. L 

George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . . 

William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L 

Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. E 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S. N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. N. P 

Carl Meyer, S.L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P 

Edith Peters, D. S. N. P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. Sullivan, D 

David Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S, N. P 

Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Cliarles W. White, D. S. N. P 



Total. 



Blanks 



Precincts. 



1. 



15 

219 

12 

271 

153 

136 

158 

13 

261 

13 

155 

266 

111 

91 

102 

7 

179 

112 

5 

102 

7 

127 

10 

95 

10 

4 

14 

8 

93 

9 

94 

98 

10 

11 

226 

11 



488 



2. 



9 

232 

10 

365 

163 

220 

214 

9 

353 

2 

189 

348 

44 

43 

49 

11 

295 

53 

4 

45 

4 

199 

7 

93 

6 

4 

8 

6 

30 

6 

36 

41 

10 

7 

344 

3 



482 



6 

227 

7 

363 

194 

197 

175 

7 

355 

3 

184 

3.54 

28 

26 

33 

3 

299 

28 

5 

28 

4 

175 

1 

79 
1 
4 
2 
4 
23 

22 

18 
1 

333 
1 



314 



4. 



19 

153 

16 

99 

65 

48 

77 

18 

79 

14 

57 

86 

182 

163 

179 

9 

41 

192 

7 

173 

8 

43 

16 

38 

18 

9 

31 

14 

139 

15 

154 

180 

13 

13 

63 

27 



814 



5. 



5 
152 

8 

173 

94 

91 

102 

7 

167 

3 

97 

169 

175 

163 

186 

5 

115 

179 

5 

182 

2 

85 

8 

63 



21 
3 

150 
6 

140 

168 
6 
7 

152 
16 



423 



6. 



11 
269 

11 
275 
178 
124 
122 

13 
270 

10 
187 
268 
104 

91 

103 

7 

201 

112 

3 

98 

3 

100 

8 

95 

12 
o 

14 
11 

80 
6 
84 
86 
14 
11 
247 
12 



478 



15 

124 

20 

209 

85 

157 

156 

15 

197 

16 

90 

195 

201 

190 

196 

7 

176 

201 

8 

201 

7 

132 

8 

36 

6 

4 

19 

3 

165 

6 

172 

199 

12 

8 

194 

18 



576 



9. 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S. N. P., Democratic Social Nomination Paper; 
I. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P, S. A., Public School Association; 
R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



133 



Total Azotes Cast for School Coimnittee (Three Years), 
Municipal Election, 1900. 



Julius Aaron, S, L 

Edward I. Aldrich, I. W. V., R 

Frederick Atkins, S. L 

*Anna Barrows, I. W. V., r. S. A., R. . . 

Edgar P. Benjamin, I. W. V., R 

Edmund Billings, r. S. A 

Mary E. Blake, P. S. A 

George Bolle, S. L 

*Wilfred Bolster, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. . 

Henry Brinkmann, S. L — , 

William P. Bryant, I. W. V., R 

♦Charles L. Burrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Daniel J. Byrne, D , 

Samuel E. Courtney, D 

*Julia E. Duff, D 

Olga Enger, S. L. 

*George A. O. Ernst, I. W. V., P. S. A. . 
*William J. Gallivan, D 

Davis Goldstein, S. L , 

?=Daniel S. Harkins, D 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Alfred S. Hayes, P. S. A 

Antoinette Konikow, D. S.N. P 

Charles C. Littlefield, R 

Samantha H. Merrifield, D. S. X. P. . . . 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S. N. P , 

Edith Peters, D. S. N.*P 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 

Joseph Segal, D. S. N. P 

Mark Stone, 1st, D 

John J. SullivaUj D 

Daviti Taylor, D. S. N. P 

Elliot Turner, D. S. X. P 

*Frank Vogel, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Charles W. White, D. S. X. P 

Scattering 

Total 

Blanks 



Grand totals. 



2,138 
21,863 

1,968 
39,045 
19,638 
24,052 
25,780 

1,975 
37,889 

1,735 
20,848 
37,646 
29,228 
28,334 
30,075 

1,552 
30,180 
31,773 

1,553 
29,756 

1,265 
21,012 

1,639 
10,362 

1,453 

1,132 

2,818 

1,516 
26,149 

1,656 
26,484 
29,556 

1,622 

1,575 
36,182 

2,081 
6 



583,536 



92,524 



^Elected. 
D. signifies Democratic; D. S. X. P., Democratic Social Xomination Paper; 
T. W. v., Independent Women Voters; P. S. A., Public School Association; 
R-, Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



134 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall Licenses be granted 

for the sale of Intoxicating- Liquors in this City? — 

Municipal Election, 1900. 



Wards. 



Yes. 



No. 



Blanks. 



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 , 



1,469 
1,556 
1,084 
910 
927 
1,170 
807 
1,386 
1,184 
1,475 
1,697 
1,289 
1,239 
1,848 
1,410 
1,438 
1,584 
1,389 
2,066 
2,174 
1,839 
1,952 
1,670 
1,689 
1,364 



36,622 



1,084 

815 

715 

610 

553 

603 

529 

686 

821 

835 

692 

904 

900 

1,281 

1,061 

1,024 

1,094 

986 

1,149 

1,791 

1,313 

1,124 

1,338 

1,616 

967 



24,491 



662 
623 
416 
350 

373 
724 
379 
738 
654 
544 
448 
458 
649 
757 
589 
464 
584 
532 
607 
599 
602 
519 
569 
604 
406 



13,850 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 57.18 per cent. 



Election Department. 



135 



Number of Men Registered AVlio Vot<Ml 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LISTS), MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1900. 



Wards. 



1. 

3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

11 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 



Precincts. 



1. 



272 
404 
291 
337 
308 
251 
200 
505 
412 
250 
328 
402 
341 
595 
254 
293 
324 
470 
421 
584 
421 
659 
307 
401 
402 



2. 



3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 



319 

288 
397 
246 
397 
364 
268 
409 
429 
286 
327 
351 
386 
574 
456 
423 
331 
460 
385 
568 
403 
404 
420 
395 
405 



433 
412 
371 
353 
362 
333 
332 
299 
355 
221 
373 
293 
353 
415 
349 
523 
347 
422 
520 
463 
252 
369 
414 
548 
322 



373 
350 
418 
347 
197 
323 
186 
494 
386 
289 
409 
375 
366 
383 
380 
394 
432 
526 
457 
459 
367 
477 
419 
392 
390 



356 
305 
418 
327 
314 
3s<5 
389 
548 
388 
206 
293 
325 
365 
471 
403 
377 
308 
517 
358 
621 
391 
457 
541 
359 
382 



375 
362 
320 
260 
275 
246 
340 
555 
259 
330 
239 
521 
323 
415 
382 
374 
306 
512 
471 
690 
413 
342 
434 
358 
398 



438 

421 



283 



430 
450 
298 
384 
359 
536 
412 
542 
372 



660 
558 
490 
402 
363 
487 
438 



439 
452 



308 



492 
280 



295 
497 
424 



493 



210 



330 
290 



349 



550 
621 
529 
485 
431 
580 



488 

248 
389 



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s- £ « 


9j U 

•23 


cen 
stei 
Vot 


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1"- 






3,215 


4,350 


73.91 


2,994 


4,152 


72.11 


2,215 


3,498 


60.46 


1,870 


2,896 


64.57 


.1,853 


2,871 


64.54 


2,503 


3,948 


63.40 


1,715 


2,810 


61.03 


2,810 


3,956 


71.03 


2,659 


4,119 


64.55 


2,854 


4,183 


68.23 


2,837 


4,128 


68.73 


2,651 


4,084 


64.91 


2,788 


3,949 


70.60 


3,886 


4,795 


81.04 


3,060 


4,059 


75.39 


2,926 


4,204 


69.60 


3,262 


4,481 


72.80 


2,907 


4,357 


66.72 


3,822 


4,989 


76.61 


4,564 


6,640 


68.73 


3,754 


5,295 


70.90 


3,595 


4,973 


72.29 


3,577 


4,581 


78.08 


3,909 


5,692 


68.67 


2,737 


3,869 


70.74 



Totals I 74,963 



106,879 



Proportion of men registered Avho voted 70.14 per cent. 



136 



City Document No. 13. 



Niiinber of Women Reg^istered Who Voted for 
School Comniittee 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LISTS), MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1900. 



Wards. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

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



Precincts, 



1. 



2. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



6. 



7. 



8. 



69 
13 
79 
25 
48 

1 
16 

4 

8 

13 

111 

124 

4 
29 
14 
32 

o 
o 

26 
19 
84 
86 
93 
95 
58 
60 



97 
15 
40 
42 
41 
14 
43 
14 
17 
39 
20 
142 
9 
9 
21 
26 
8 
27 
27 
143 
64 
18 
17 
33 
88 



92 

12 

50 

56 

7 

12 

31 

41 

11 

48 

145 

64 

6 

40 

26 

44 

71 

53 

2 

87 

42 

18 

13 

117 

116 



74 
21 
11 
28 
15 

3 
14 
23 

9 
51 
180 
68 
10 
48 
57 
72 
81 
32 
22 



61 

17 

30 

7 

17 
12 
30 
11 
52 
27 
122 
42 
17 
94 
51 
62 
18 
14 
37 



45, 90 

99! 86 

68 33 

62 66 

68 72 

191 35 



2 
27 
17 
15 
13 
19 
9 
22 
74 
72 

104 
36 
23 
68 
93 

145 

3 

79 

40 

138 

140 
95 
65 
69 
67 



24 
10 



121 
141 

34 

7 
49 
90 

22 
17 



17 

3 



85 
157 



6 
37 
29 



23 



31 
141 
■ 83 
137 

80 
131 

65 



11 

96 
171 

51 
138 

99 



72 
103 



25 



82 

29 

58 



Totals , 



ai a> 



a; c 



444 
118 
227 
173 
141 
65 
143 
115 
177 
528 
1,083 
510 
82 
374 
381 
403 
249 
230 
189 
824 
853 
513 
565 
705 
450 






O 



<D O 



9,542 



636 
145 
307 
273 
207 
109 
181 
164 
239 
653 
1,290 
648 
128 
495 
488 
522 
383 
313 
2.50 
1,052 
1,088 
604 
711 
936 
651 



12,473 



69.81 
81.. 38 
73.94 
63.37 
68.12 
59.63 
79.01 
70.12 
74.06 
80.86 
83.95 
78.70 
64.06 
75.56 
78.07 
77.20 
65.01 
73.48 
75.60 
78.33 
78.40 
84.93 
79.47 
75.32 
69.12 



Proportion of women registered who voted, 76.50 per cent. 



Election Department. 



137 



Employees of the Election Department. 



February 1, 1900. 

Charles F. Howard, Assistant Registrar 

James Smith, Assistant Registrar 

Michael F. Morley, Assistant Registrar 
Alexander L. Brown, Assistant Registrar 

Matthew F. Foley, Assistant Registrar 

George W. Stevens, Assistant Registrar 

Winsor S. Smith, Assistant Registrar 



$1,800 a 
1,700 a 
1,700 a 
1,700 a 
l,700.a 
1,700 a 
1,700 a 



year, 
year, 
year, 
year, 
year, 
year, 
year. 



January 31, 1901. 

Matthew F. Foley, Deputy Commissioner, $1,800 a year. 

Frederic Eaton, Deputy Commissioner, 1,800 a year. 

Charles F. Howard, Assistant Registrar 

James Smith, Assistant Registrar 

Michael F. Morley, Assistant Registrar 
Alexander L. Brown, Assistant Registrar 

George W. Stevens, Assistant Registrar 

Winsor S. Smith, Assistant Registrar 



1,800 a year. 
1,700 a year. 
1,700 a year. 
1,700 a year. 
1,700 a year. 
1,700 a year. 

William S. Tolman, John J. Capelle, James F. Crawley, 
Allen H. Farnham, Henry Karle, John E. Sughrue, James 
E. O'Reilly, Thomas F. Doherty, Paul D. Kane, and Henry 
L. Pelkus, Assistant Registrars, were especially employed at 
14 a day to prepare the card index of registered male voters. 

Maurice Murphy and George W. Knights, mechanics, were 
employed on both above mentioned dates at the storehouse 
m South Boston at 13.50 and $3 a day, respectively, to re- 
pair booths and other property of the Department. 



138 City Document No. 13. 

Inventory of Property Belonging to or Used by the Election 

Department. 

103 Voting booths, made of thin corrugated steel, built in 1897 and 1898. 
20 Wooden voting booths, built in 1898, as permanent structures. 
34 Old wooden voting booths, known as "knock-down '' buildings. 

The above booths when not in use are stored at different 
places in the City. Two additional old wooden L -''«!, not 
removed from locations, are also used as polling places. T 
each booth belong railings and voting compartments, tables, 
chairs, stove, and other necessary furnishings and voting 
paraphernalia. The Department now owns 1,750 chairs, 744 
tables, 554 voting compartments, and 1,106 wooden horses 
for the same, 200 stools for ballot-boxes, 196 counting 
boards, 174 stoves and the required lamps, coal-hods, shovels, 
pokers, coal-barrels, and other minor equipment for the voting 
booths. 

Many of the old wooden voting booths were loaned in 
former years, by order of the Mayor, to other Departments of 
the City. Eighteen of these have not been returned, and are 
charged to the following Departments : Health Department, 
1 ; Street Department, 1 ; Bath Department, 14 ; City Hos- 
pital, 2. Of the booths loaned to the State in 1898 for the 
use of troops, four were not returned ; a fair value for the 
same was paid to the City. 

185 Federal ballot-boxes, many in poor condition, used at elections. 
25 United States ballot-boxes, comparatively new, used for caucuses. 
25 Standard ballot-boxes, formerly used at caucuses, and now used as 

" extras " at caucuses and elections. 
29 Acme ballot-boxes, constantly in need of repairs, 6 of which are 
regularly used at elections and the balance as " extras." 

All of the above are kept in the basement room in the Old 
Court House. At the storehouse in South Boston are 277 
old ballot-boxes, not answering the present requirements of 
law, but placed at each polling-place at elections for tempo- 
rary use in case of emergency ; also 108 old revolving ballot- 
boxes, not now of any available use. 

Office furniture in Rooms 1, 2, 8, and 9, Old Court House, 
used as the offices of the Department, consisting of 8 roll-top 
desks, 8 swivel chairs for the same, and 23 smaller swivel 
chairs, 1 library table and 5 library chairs, 2 atlas cases, 3 
card index cabinets, 1 metal filing case, 1 roll-front document 
case, 1 wardrobe, 1 coat-rack, 4 long tables, 2 counters, 1 
typewriting table, 1 large iron safe, 3 small tables, 4 clocks, 
metal frame rack in one of large vaults for holding caucus 
and election cardboard boxes (about 500 in number), and 
books, two typewriting machines, stationery, and required 
minor furnishings and fixtures for office p.urposes. 
















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