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BOARD OF ELECTION 
COMMISSIONERS 



YKAR 1901 




BOSTON : 
MUNICIPAL PRIlSrTING OFFICE 

1902 



REPORT 



BOARD OF ELECTION 
COMMISSIONERS 



YKAR 1901 




MUNICIPAL PRINTING OFFICE 

1902 






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Boston, Mass., February 21, 1902. 

Hon. Patrick A. Collins, 

Mayor of the City of Boston : 

Sir, — In compliance with Section 24 of Chapter 3 of the 
Revised Ordinances, the Board of Election Commissioners 
respectfully submits its report for the year 1901. 

The work of this department during the past year has 
exceeded that of anj^ year in its history, except of course the 
year of new general registration, 1896. 

Number of Voters. 

At the city election in December, 1900, the number of 
male voters on the list was 106,879. The number of such 
voters on the list published by the Board in August, 1901, 
was 93,003. From that time to the close of registration for 
the city election there were added the names of 17,128 male 
voters, bringing the total of such voters on the list for the 
city election of 1901 to the hitherto unprecedented number 
of 110,131, an increase of 3,252 over the list of the preced- 
ing year. There were 12,473 female voters registered for 
the city election of 1900. Last year their number was 
15,592, an increase of 3,119. The total increase of male 
and female voters over the preceding year was 6,371. 



2 City Document No. 14. 

Voting Booths. 

The Board has endeavored to meet all just requirements 
of the voters. Findmg that its use of certain ward-rooms 
for registration and election purposes frequently interfered 
with their use by citizens for public meetings, it has had 
twenty wooden voting booths built during the past year. 
As a result, not only have these ward-rooms been restored to 
the citizens for whose use they were designed, but the Board 
has been almost completely relieved of the necessity of 
hiring private buildings for election purposes. The depart- 
ment has now 76 wooden booths and 103 steel booths. 
One hundred and seventy-seven of these booths were used 
in the elections, two being held in reserve in case of acci- 
dent. Thirteen city buildings and one private building were 
also used. 

Lighting of Booths. 

The voting compartments in the booths and buildings used 
for election purposes have been fitted up with candles and 
reflectors, and the interiors of the compartments painted 
white, so as completely to remove any complaint as to their 
darkness in the early -morning hours. They are now ren- 
dered as light as day. 

Voting Lists at Caucuses. 

The department for the first time has furnished voters at 
caucuses of the two leading political parties with consolidated 
printed lists of the supplementary voters registered up to 10 
o'clock P.M. of the second day preceding the caucus. For- 
merly the caucus officers were supplied with successive lists 
of supplementary voters clipped from the newspaper pub- 
lishing the same from time to time. It was necessary fre- 
quently for the caucus officers to keep a line of voters waiting 
a considerable time while they searched through the various 
lists of names printed in small type for a particular individ- 
ual. It is easy to see under these circumstances the temp- 
tation, in order to expedite matters, to pass supplementary 
voters without properly locating and checking their names. 
On the other hand, supplementary voters whose names were 
in reality upon the lists, were sometimes turned away and 
refused the right to vote because their names had not been 
found by the caucus officers. It was difficult, too, where the 
names were printed closely together in newspaper column to 
check the right one distinctly. The new lists furnished by 
the Board were printed in the same style as the voting lists 



Election Department. 3 

for elections and have proved a great advantage in the con- 
duct of the caucus. 

Caucus Nomination Papers. 

Section 108 of the Election Act (Revised Laws, Chapter 
11, Section 108) provides that "no nomination paper offered 
for filing shall be received or be valid unless the written ac- 
ceptance of every candidate thereby nominated shall be filed 
therewith." The object of this section was to prevent the 
unauthorized use of people's names as candidates for dele- 
gates to a convention or other office on a caucus ballot. If a 
particular name would strengthen one faction in a contest, 
it would be placed upon its ticket without consulting its 
owner. When the other faction learned what had been done, 
it would at once proceed to hunt up the person and attempt 
to obtain his withdrawal. But if it happened that for any 
reason he could not be reached in time, his name would stand 
on the ballot, perhaps heading a ticket in opposition to his 
own wishes and his own friends. A law to prevent this 
practice is necessary. The above section, however, goes too 
far. It makes a nomination paper containing the names of, 
say, twenty-three candidates for delegates to a cojivention, 
where twenty-two of these candidates have accepted in writ- 
ing, wholly invalid because the twenty-third candidate has 
not accepted. It thus inaugurates a new injustice in place 
of the g]-eater one removed. The law should be amended so 
that such-a nomination paper would be valid as to all the 
candidates who have accepted, and invalid only as to those 
candidates whose acceptances have not been obtained. 

Legislation of 1901. 

Section 1 of Chapter 249 of the Acts of 1901 (Revised 
Laws, Chapter 11, Section 104) providing that notices of cau- 
cuses shall state the place where and time when nomination 
papers shall be issued and the place where and earliest time 
when such papers may be filed, which time must be not less than 
24 week-day hours succeeding 3 o'clock of the day fixed for 
issuing such papers, has accomplished its purpose and given 
to all citizens an opportunity to prepare nomination papers 
and file them in competition with others at the appointed 
hour. 

It lias been a common practice to file with the Board nomi- 
nation papers having papers or cards, containing the accept- 
ances of candidates or the signatures of nominators, attached 
thereto in various ways. There was constant danger that 



4 City Document No. 14. 

these papers or cards might get detached from the nomina- 
tion paper itself and become lost or cause uncertainty as to 
which papers they properly belonged. This difficulty has 
been obviated by the passage of Chapter 435 of the Acts of 
1901 (Revised Laws, Chapter 11, Section 108), which re- 
quires all nominations to be made on the original blanks pre- 
pared by the Board, and. declares invalid, any nomination 
paper to which is attached any such card, paper or other 
device. 

An act of great importance to the citizens of Boston was 
Chapter 402 of the Acts of 1901 (Revised Laws, Chapter 11, 
Sections 137-139), providing for the nomination of senators 
and the election of members of the state committees in the 
Suffolk senatorial districts by direct vote in the caucuses 
instead of by conventions. The change, which had the 
hearty concurrence of the Board, seems to have the unani- 
mous approval of the citizens of Boston. Not only is there 
no desire to return to the old convention system, but the 
success of the reform in the Suffolk districts has given 
the movement for direct nomination of candidates an impetus 
throughout the State. 

On the last day of the session of the Legislature Chapter 
531 of the Acts of 1901 (Revised Laws, Chapter 11, Section 
271) became a law. Under it the Mayor of Boston and the 
Board of Election Commissioners were constituted a board 
with power to " determine upon, purchase and order the use 
of voting and counting machines." The machines so pur- 
chased were to be used at such elections and caucuses in 
Boston as the Board of Election Commissioners might from 
time to time determine. 

Voting Machines. 

The new Board thus created promptly organized by the 
choice of Charles R. Saunders as Chairman, and Melancthon 
W. Burlen as Secretary. A room was set apart in the Old 
Court-house where machines that had received the approval 
of the State Board of Examiners might be placed on exhibition, 
and the manufacturers of all such machines were invited to 
forward samples. The owners of two of the three machines 
that had been approved by the State authorities responded, 
and their machines remained on exhibition for several weeks. 

A proper equipment of the city with voting machines 
would, under any estimate, involve an expenditure of several 
hundred thousand dollars. Before passing judgment on a 
matter of this consequence the Board determined to investi- 



Election Department. 5 

gate at first hand the practical workings of these machines 
wliere they had already been in use. In the summer of 1901 
accordingly the members of the Voting Machine Board, ex- 
cept the Mayor of Boston who was unable to accompany the 
other members, made a trip to the principal cities of New 
York State, where one style of machine approved by the 
Massachusetts State Board was in use, and to Northampton, 
Massachusetts, where a different style of machine, also ap- 
proved by the State Board, had been adopted.- City officials, 
including the Mayor, City Clerk, members of the City Coun- 
cil, and election officers and numerous private citizens were 
examined in each place, and their testimony taken down in 
shorthand by our chief clerk. This testimony has been 
typewritten and preserved and will be of permanent value in 
deciding finally this important question. 

Although appreciating fully the many merits of the voting 
machine the Board felt that a change of this character should 
not be hastily made. Under the opinion of the Supreme 
Judicial Court of Massachusetts, given to the House of 
Representatives last year, such machines as have been ap- 
proved by the State Board could not be used in the election 
of State officials without an amendment of the State Consti- 
tution or such change in the construction of the machines as 
would vitally impair the secrecy of the Australian ballot 
system. The machines are not designed or recommended by 
their makers for use at caucuses. It did not, therefore, seem 
expedient to the Board to purchase machines at great ex- 
pense to be used only at the city election. After the voter 
had participated in his September and November caucuses 
and the State election, expressing his will by the paper ballot 
system, it would tend only to confuse him to provide him at 
the last function of the year, the city election, with a differ- 
ent system. The voting machine industry is yet in its in- 
fancy. Improvements in its construction are constantly 
being made; so that if the way is eventually cleared for 
their full adoption in Massachusetts the people are likely to 
obtain an even better machine than has yet appeared. 

Election Officers. 

In the month of October the 1,146 regular election officers 
and the 1,146 deputy election officers, who had been appointed 
by tlie Board for the ensuing year, were notified to appear 
before some member of the Board for instruction in their 
duties, and to be sworn. Each was notified of a meeting to 
be held in his section of the city on a particular night at 



6 City Document No. 14. 

which some member of the Board would be present for the 
above purposes. Twelve such meetings were held in differ- 
ent sections of the city. Especial stress was laid upon Section 
234 of the Election Act (Revised Laws, Chapter 11, Section 
237) providing that each block of ballots shall be counted 
by two election officers representing the two leading political 
parties, each election officer, while so counting, to be under 
the inspection of an election officer of a different political 
party. The Board instructed the election officers that the 
ballots, when taken from the ballot-box at the close of the 
polls, should be placed upon a table in full sight of the voters, 
and not removed therefrom until every ballot had been can- 
vassed and the count completed. The election officer calling 
off the names on a ballot should have an election officer 
of the opposite political party looking over his shoulder to 
see that he calls off correctly, and the election officer tally- 
ing down the names as called off should have an election 
officer of the opposite political party watching him to see 
that he tallies down correctly. It had been the almost 
universal practice throughout the city, in spite of repeated 
instructions frorp the Board, for the election officers, in order 
to expedite the count, to divide the ballots into two or even 
three portions, and each portion be counted by only two 
election officers. There was, therefore, little check upon the 
carelessness or intentional wrong doing of an election officer, 
for the attention of the caller-off was entirely taken up with 
his calling, and that of the tallier with his tallying, and there 
was no supervision of either. The Board announced that it 
would hold the warden of each precinct responsible for the 
strict enforcement of this law, and the police officers on duty 
at the several precincts were directed by the Police Depart- 
ment to report instantly to our Board any infraction of this 
rule. As a result, although the returns of votes were 
necessarily somewhat delayed, the count was unusually 
accurate. 

Deputy Election Officers. 

The Board desires to repeat the recommendation made in 
its last four annual reports that deputy election officers in 
Boston be abolished. Of the 1,146 deputies appointed by the 
Board last year 285 failed even to appear before the Board 
and qualify. Few of them have an opportunity to serve on 
election day, as vacancies among the regular election officers 
are infrequent. Consequently their only service is to ap- 
pear at the opening of the polls, for which they subsequently 
receive $1.50 for such appearance at each election. There 



Election Department. 7 

would be no difficulty in filling whatever vacancies might 
occur among the regular officers by nomination and hand 
vote from the floor. About $2,000 a year would be saved 
to the city by their abolition. The Board drafted a bill pro- 
viding for the doing away with deputy election officers in 
Boston, and, with the approval of Your Honor, appeared before 
the Committee on Election Laws at the State House in advo- 
cacy of the same at the present session of the Legislature. 
The bill has been favorably reported by the Committee and 
the Board trusts will become a law. 

Examinations for Election Officers. 

In spite of full oral and printed instructions given each 
year to the election officers, there is still much room for im- 
provement in their work. During the coming year we hope 
to institute a system of practical examination which shall re- 
sult in furnishing the city with a permanent body of intel- 
ligent, skilled election officers. 

Official Stamps. 

In its endeavor to prevent absolutely any tampering with 
the ballots by election officers, by the addition of cross marks 
nullifying the will of the voter, the Board considered carefully 
the expediency of providing official stamps for the voters to 
use in marking their ballots instead of the usual pencil. 
Under Se"ction 223 of the Election Act (Revised Laws, Chap- 
ter 11, Section 226), if such stamps are provided, no marks 
on the ballot except those made with the stamps can be 
counted, and if a stamp mark has been erased the ballot shall 
be counted as if no erasure had been made. Various styles 
of stamps were submitted to the Board by different manufact- 
urers. Certain practical difficulties in their use, however, 
presented themselves, and the Board finally concluded to 
postpone further consideration of this innovation until it 
could ascertain the effect of a strict insistence upon the 
counting of the ballots by all inspectors. 

Recounts. 

The Board received during the past year the usual num- 
ber of petitions for recounts of ballots cast at caucuses and 
elections. A number of changes in the results, as announced 
by the caucus and election officers, were occasioned thereby. 
The recounts of the Republican and Democratic caucuses in 



8 City Document No. 14. 

September, the recount of the State election in November, 
and tlie recount of the city election in December were carried 
on at Faneuil Hall, which is admirably adapted for such 
work. The recounts of the Republican and Democratic cau- 
cuses in November were held at Union Hall on two successive 
days, in consequence of the use of Faneuil Hall having been 
granted eight months in advance for a fair for that entire 
week. By employing clerical assistance in addition to the 
full office force, it was possible to have the recount progress- 
ing in fifteen wards simultaneously. In this manner, and by 
counting forenoon, afternoon and evening of each day, re- 
counts throughout the city were completed in two days. 
The candidates affected were represented in person or by 
attorney at each table, and the results of the recounts were 
promptly accepted as final by all parties, except in one rep- 
resentative contest, where the recount made a change in the 
candidate elected. On petition to the House of Represen- 
tatives for another recount of this vote the Committee on 
Elections of the House again counted the vote, and reported 
the same candidate elected as determined by the recount of 
the Board. 

Democratic Social Party. 

In the State election of 1900 the Socialist Labor party 
failed to poll three per cent, of the entire vote cast in the 
State for Governor, and thereupon ceased to be entitled to 
the privileges of a political party. The Democratic Social 
party, however, for the first time polled more than the re- 
quired three per cent., and thus stepped into the place vacated 
by the Socialist Labor party. Caucus rooms, ballots and all 
the other paraphernalia were provided by the Board for the 
caucuses of this party in August and November. At the 
August caucuses only five wards in the city cast more than 
10 votes, while in five wards no votes at alj. were cast. At 
the November caucuses only two wards cast more than 10 
votes, while in no less than eleven wards not a single voter 
appeared. In a number of wards no nominations whatever 
were filed by the Democratic Social party with the Board, 
and the ballots provided for such wards were entirely blank, 
as far as names of candidates were concerned. We would 
suggest that where no nominations for a particular ward 
are filed with the Board it ought not to be obliged to fit up 
a caucus room, and provide ballots and boxes for such ward. 
The method of nominating candidates for a caucus is so 
simple that unless a handful of citizens in a ward can be 
found to take that trouble the city ought not to be asked to 
recognize that particular caucus further. 



Election Department. 



New Peecincts. 



In consequence of the heavy registration for the city elec- 
tion, Precincts 5, 6 and 8 of Ward 20 contained at the close of 
registration 1,045, 1,012 and 1,021 male voters respectively. 
Under Section 159 of the Election Act (Revised Laws, 
Chapter 11, Section 162) it will devolve upon the Board 
of Aldermen on or before the first Monday of July in the 
current year to divide these precincts or make a new division 
into precincts of' the entire ward, so that no precinct shall 
contain more than 1,000 registered male voters. 

Illegal Registration. 

Fifty -four names were stricken from the voting list by the 
Board during the year because of non-residence, deaths 
(other than those reported by the Registrar of Deaths), or 
other ineligibility. 

Card Index. 

A work of considerable magnituiie during the year was the 
preparation by the Board of a general card index of all the 
voters of the city. This has proved of great value. It is 
now possible to turn instantly to the record of the registra- 
tion of every voter upon the list. The office has also a sep- 
arate card index of naturalized voters up to the year 1900, 
which is designed to be permanent after the general card 
index is made of no effect by the new general registration of 
1906. We have asked for an appropriation to enable us to 
skeep up the general card index, to write up the card index 
of naturalized voters for the years 1900 and 1901, and to 
prepare a book record of the latter. When naturalized citi- 
zens, who may have lost their papers, apply for registration 
in 1906 it will then be possible' promptly to furnish them 
with all the data of their naturalization. 

Boston Ballot Lavv^ Commission. 

The Board, sitting with Associate Justice William J. 
Forsaith of the Municipal Court of the City of Boston, as the 
Boston Ballot Law Commission, heard two disputed nomi- 
nation cases in connection with the city election. The nomi- 
nation of the Democratic candidates for aldermen in the 
Fourth Aldermanic District was contested on the ground that 
the ballots for aldermen cast at the Democratic caucuses in the 
several wards of the district were not counted by the caucus 
officers. There were only two Democratic candidates for 



10 City Document No. 14. 

nomination for aldermen whose names appeared upon the 
official ballots in the district, and the district was entitled to 
two aldermen. After hearing the evidence and the argument 
of counsel for the contestant the Commission decided by 
the unanimous vote of the Election Commissioners that the 
objection was not sustained, and that the names of these two 
candidates should appear upon the election ballot. The 
second case was a protest against the nomination paper of a 
Republican Independent candidate for the Common Council 
in Ward 18, on the ground that a sufficient number of names 
had been added to his paper without the authority of the 
owners to bring the number of authorized legal signatures 
below the number necessary for a nomination paper for that 
office. The Commission gave two hearings in the matter, 
and by the unanimous vote of the Election Commissioners 
found the charge sustained, and the nomination paper invalid 
in consequence. 

JUEORS. 

An important part of the work of the Board is the prep- 
aration of the list of voters of Boston qualified to serve as 
jurors in the courts of Suffolk County. In this task the 
Board has taken especial pains. Lists of persons suggested 
for jury service were handed in to the Board from various- 
sources. So numerous were these names that, if they had all 
been accepted by the Board, the preparation of the additions 
to the list for the year would have been practically accom- 
plished by outside persons free from all responsibility. The 
Board, therefore, voted to disregard such applications, and pro- 
ceeded to make up the list from all the information it could 
obtain from the assessors' books, its own voting lists, and other 
reliable sources. Its aim has been to give due representation 
m that honorable service to all classes of our citizens, taken 
from each and every section of the city. 

Boston's Proportion of Venires. 

Section 10 of Chapter 176 of the Revised Laws provides 
that the clerks of the Supreme Judicial Court and the 
Superior Court for Suffolk County shall apportion the number 
of jurors among the several cities and towns of the county, 
as nearly as may be, in proportion to population. On in- 
vestigation it was found that in a venire of 46 for the 
Supreme Judicial Court, Boston had only 40 jurors, in a 
venire of 36 for the Superior Court, Civil Session, only 30, 
and in a venire of 40 for the Superior Court, Criminal 



Election Department. 11 

Session, only 34. On a basis of population, according to the 
census of 1900, Boston should have in the first case 42 jurors, 
in the second 33 and in the third 36. Upon conference with 
the clerks of the several courts it was arranged that hence- 
forth Boston should have the full representation on Suffolk 
juries to which it is entitled. 

Quarters. 

With the great increase in the work of the department, 
the quarters in which it is carried on have become so in- 
adequate that relief cannot longer be postponed. So cramped 
have we been for room that registration at our office is 
carried on at certain seasons of the year in three separate 
rooms, one borrowed from another department of the city. 
The Commissioners are grouped in one small room, with no 
opportunity for separate, concentrated work. Each is conse- 
quently interrupted in the work allotted to him by persons 
having business with the others. The same room has also 
to be used for hearings before the Board. The accommoda- 
tions for our force of clerks are also insufficient. A plan for 
temporary relief has been suggested to Your Honor which, if 
carried out, will relieve the situation for the present. 

Membership of Board. 

The term of Hon. George P. Sanger, for four years a 
member of the Board, expired April 30, 1901. Charles R. 
Saunders, Esq., appointed as his successor for the term of 
four years ending April 30, 1905, assumed the duties 
of his office June 20, 1901. 

Expenses. 

The expenses of the department for the year ending Jan- 
uary 31, 1902, appear below in detail. 



Salaries : 




Commissioners : 




George P. Sanger, Chairman, 




to April 30, 1901 


$1,334 00 


Charles R. Saunders, Chair- 




man, from .June 20, 1901 . 


2,122 22 


Patrick J. Kennedy 


3,500 00 


John J. Hogan 


3,500 00 


Melancthon W. Burlen 


3,500 00 


Carried forvmrd 


$13,956 22 



12 



City Document No. 14. 



Brought forward 

Assistant Resistrars 



$13,956 22 
37,937 00 



Election officers ....... 

Printing voting lists and ballots for caucuses and 

elections, nomination papers, office blanks, etc 
Construction of 20 wooden voting booths 
Repairs and fitting up polling places 
Copying polls from assessors' books 
Care of voting places ..... 
Rents of storehouses and lots for booths, and land 

for locations of polling places, caucuses and 

elections, ....... 

Carriage hire and traveling expenses, caucuses and 

elections 
Advertising ....... 

Posting voting lists, sample ballots, locations of 

polling places and carting .... 

Stationery . . . . . 

Furniture and fixtures for booths and caucus-rooms, 
Refreshments for employees, police officers and 

hackmen, caucuses and elections 
Telephone service ..... 

Office expenses and small items . 

New leatheroid boxes and repairs of ballot-boxes 

Fuel, gas and electric light .... 

Typewriting ...... 

Constable service ..... 

Messenger service ..... 

Arranging record and card index of voters alpha 

betically, including printing of guides for same 



Board on Voting and Counting Machines. 

[Chap. 531, Acts 1901.] 

Traveling expenses to other cities in- 
vestigating as to the use of machines 
in said cities, typewriting report of 
testimony, etc $750 00 

Credit, by balance returned to Collector, 20 93 



^51,893 22 
21,060 50 

27,426 07 
5,533 61 

12,219 90 
4,016 18 
3,339 90 



3,086 00 

2,955 93 

1,931 45 

1,714 56 

2,160 81 

1,907 02 

547 85 

235 27 

84 97 

425 32 

190 66 

107 00 

108 14 
75 62 

225 00 



729 07 



$141,974 05 



Estimate for Ensuing Year. 

With the steady increase in the number of voters on the 
list the expenses of the department tend naturally to increase. 
In a letter to your predecessor, under date of December 29, 
1901, we submitted our estimate of the expenses for the en- 
suing year, giving an itemized statement of the same, and 



Election Department. 13 

our conclusion that the sum of |il40,600 would be necessary 
properly to carry out the duties imposed by law upon the 
Board. If radical changes in the caucus laws, such as some 
of those proposed to the present Legislature, should be enacted 
into law, we should be obliged to ask for still further funds 
later in the year. 

Election Statistics. 

The following pages show in tabulated form the number 
of assessed polls, registered male and female voters, and 
votes cast in Boston at the state and city elections in 1901. 

Inventory. 

An inventory of the property of the department is also 
included in the following pages. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles R. Saunders, 
Patrick J. Kennedy, 
John J. Hogan, 
Melancthon W. Burlen. 
Board, of Election Commissioners. 



TABULATED STATEMENT 



ASSESSED POLLS, REGISTERED VOTERS AND 
VOTES CAST 



STATE ELECTION 
CITY ELECTION 



I90I 



November 5. 
December 10. 



16 



City Document No. 14. 
Assessed Polls, October 1, 1901. 



Wards. 



Peecincts. 



3. 4. 5. 6. 



9. 



Totals. 



556 

891 

57.S 

688 

689 

976 

569 

1,439 

1,440 

699 

946 

1,299 

1,001 

1,109 

596 

584 

928 

1,092 

1,000 

1,415 

831 

1,348 

518 

879 

1,091 



566 
715 
744 

657 

805 

1,111 

914 

1,859 

1,383 
850 
982 
918 
947 
892 
884 
880 
708 

1,266 
852 

1,193 
807 
943 
770 
705 



753 

850 

699 

775 

801 

1,250 

1,243 

1,665 

1,156 

746 

867 

875 

903 

602 

817 

1,061 

644 

1,186 

963 

965 

526 

765 

750 

1,031 

684 



707 
759 
921 
744 
488 

1,627 
946 

2,165 

1,253 
714 
813 

1,189 
873 
638 
627 
861 
895 

1,367 
878 

1,003 
687 

1,012 
848 
696 
81 



779 
710 
853 
656 
728 

1,572 
983 

2,506 

1,371 
617 
500 

1,043 
849 
818 
659 
775 
655 

1,226 
687 

1,463 
790 

1,219 

1,028 
055 
704 



934 
757 
598 
654 
713 
600 
824 

2,492 

1,156 
771 
452 

1,479 
814 
744 
603 
680 
668 

1,174 
870 

1,321 
777 
692 
880 
653 
937 



930 
1,000 



1,252 



956 

1 1 oo 

534 
920 
908 

888 
723 
963 
742 



1,267 

1,205 

886 

813 

483 

1,100 



818 
1,093 



1,080 



1,306 
512 



828 
914 
702 



1,096 



1,140 
1,388 

955 
1,029 

638 
1,411 



449 



707 



690 



994 



490 

853 



6,492 
6,775 
4,388 
4,174 
4,224 
9,468 
5,479 
12,126 
8,715 
7,543 
6,286 
7,723 
7,123 
6,605 
5,611 
5,804 
7,026 
7,311 
7,657 
9,953 
7,253 
7,821 
6,405 
7,983 
5,921 



Total 175,866 



Election Department. 
Reg^isterecl Male Voters, State Election, 1901. 



17 



Wakds. 



Precincts. 



1. 


2. 


3. 


357 


406 


558 


581 


418 


571 


445 


575 


573 


510 


434 


538 


426 


583 


536 


400 


496 


503 


283 


381 


505 


693 


691 


459 


676 


696 


553 


356 


406 


316 


482 


512 


519 


682 


514 


422 


521 


487 


466 


758 


670 


491 


354 


606 


507 


422 


582 


789 


465 


453 


417 


691 


664 


634 


607 


498 


647 


953 


898 


730 


577 


549 


369 


955 


585 


528 


371 


538 


533 


593 


498 


860 


659 


590 


512 



4. 



5. 



6. 



7. 



Totals. 



Qj ai CO b 



507 
523 
722 
487 
304 
507 
354 
786 
620 
338 
536 
596 
506 
491 
487 
569 
612 
825 
570 
688 
531 
717 
602 
546 
511 



541 
449 
658 
467 
500 
549 
541 
758 
525 
286 
380 
516 
509 
603 
511 
558 
436 
776 
460 
1,032 
558 
705 
764 
518 
563 



559 
527 
442 
407 
433 
288 
428 
890 
436 
421 
301 
761 
458 
545 
488 
535 
419 
751 
635 
1,001 
576 
500 
654 
505 
630 



619 
646 



490 



604 
656 
397 
511 
527 
653 
532 
723 
499 



916 

878 
658 
542 
469 
768 
603 



586 
662 



275 



399 



692 
404 



420 
483 



480 
670 
516 



726 



493 



741 
1,000 
741 
647 
527 
916 



746 

350 
606 



4,408 
4,377 
3,415 
2,843 
2,782 
3,632 
2,492 
4,277 
4,110 
3,891 
4,014 
4,002 
3,954 
4,881 
4,001 
4,178 
4,520 
4,341 
5,074 
7,180 
5,305 
.5,179 
4,808 
5,810 
4,068 



67.90 
64.61 
77.83 
68.11 
65.86 
38.36 
45.48 
35.27 
47.16 
51.58 
63.86 
51.82 
55.51 
73.90 
71.31 
71.98 
64.33 
59.38 
66.27 
72.14 
73.14 
66.22 
75.07 
72.78 
68.70 



Total . 



107,542 



Average per cent, of men assessed who registered, 61.15. 



18 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1901. 





Precinct 1. 




Precinct 2. 








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10 


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25 


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230 

62 


1 


39 
191 


3 
3 


11 


2 


6 


13 


3 


2 


194 


1 


101 


4 


9 


6 


117 




2.57 


16 


31 


4 


4 


85 


1 


255 


7 


23 


5 


173 


1 


135 


2 


2 


6 


2 


172 


2 


101 


3 


4 


2 


129 


2 


300 


3 


1-^ 


6 


3 


27 


2 


243 


2 


9 


8 


44 


1 


273 


3 


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3 


81 


1 


77 


5 




10 


76 


1 


139 


3 


13 


8. 


15 


63 




400 


19 


39 


10 


115 


1 


303 


13 


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9 


9 


83 




339 


13 


23 


9 


93 


1 


369 


15 


17 


10 


7 


66 




156 


5 


18 


3 


143 


1 


110 


4 


15 


H 


4 


221 




108 


3 


7 


2 


221 


2 


118 


5 


43 


12 


10 
5 


2S6 
42 


2 
1 


123 
333 


5 
3 


5 
33 


1 

6 


273 

37 


2 

2 


66 

299 


5 

2 


3 


13 


44 


14 


7 
7 
8 
4 
7 
14 
11 


108 
47 
113 
60 
121 
149 
330 


2 

2 
6 
1 

5 


388 
164 
151 
229 
334 
241 
249 


4 

4 

7 

1 

13 

7 
8 


30 
13 

15 
20 

47 
18 
11 


9 
10 
10 

4 
13 

8 

6 


43 

66 
128 

51 
138 

85 
339 


1 
1 

1 
1 


419 
326 
268 
264 
245 
234 
253 


6 

12 

6 

5 

8 
9 

2 


29 


16 


''1 


16... 


26 


17.... 


17 


18 


43 


19 


33 


20 


13 


21 


6 
21 


242 
408 


4 
4 


122 

268 


8 
17 


20 
30 


4 
17 


195 
122 


■ 5 

2 


176 
299 


2 
23 


12 


22 


27 


23 


4 

8 


205 
157 


1 

2 


102 
214 


1 


11 

26 


9 
6 


111 
191 


5 
1 


280 
136 


7 
15 


33 


24 


17 


25 


9 


279 


2 


173 


16 


31 


10 


345 


3 


79 


15 


14 







Election Depaetment. 



19 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1901. 



Wards. 



Precinct 3. 






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281 
112 
140 
182 

32 

50 
112 
191 

29 
138 
189 
133 

32 
122 

83 
188 
144 
222 

62 
248 
131 

71 
125 
302 
300 



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5 2 



64 
272 
242 
179 
319 
257 
202 
101 
336 

47 
172 
134 
278 
220 
235 
321 
133 
183 
389 
219 
101 
287 
286 
148 

76 



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294 

67 

77 

103 

94 

40 

112 

119 

81 

175 

266 

232 

47 

150 

102 

257 

212 

215 

72 

157 

250 

309 

216 

222 

134 



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67 
270 
349 
217 
103 
231 

95 
354 
343 

35 
106 
130 
322 
173 
210 
106 
178 
268 
325 
278 
107 
172 
231 
131 
203 



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City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1901. 





Precinct 5. 


Precinct 6. 


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12 
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191 

70 

87 

42 

90 

76 

50 

74 

164 

128 

249 

200 

83 

194 

115 

221 

69 

88 

112 

315 

232 

239 

358 

238 

184 


1 

2 

3 

1 
1 
1 

2 
4 

2 
1 
1 
2 
4 

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152 
217 
372 
267 
248 
259 
325 
380 
161 
26 
34 
113 
283 
177 
236 
146 
226 
442 
173 
264 
139 
235 
207 
105 
227 


4 
9 
6 

2 
12 
8 
8 
38 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 

14 

3 

6 

4 

6 

8 

5 

1 

28 

19 

4 

12 


13 

29 

31 

24 

17 

36 

18 

66 

8 

9 

1 

14 
20 
12 
13 
14 
21 
51 
14 
16 
15 
19 
25 
10 
21 


8 
6 
2 
3 
3 
1 
5 
11 
4 
2 

16 
7 
8 
5 
1 
5 

10 

11 
6 
2 
8 

14 
3 
7 


78 
124 

52 
103 

76 
140 

54 
120 
136 
201 
199 
163 

86 
169 
156 
328 

47 
175 
164 
470 
284 
272 
394 
187 
273 


2 

2 
1 

2 

1 
1 
2 

1 

1 

2 
1 
1 

1 

1 
3 
17 
2 
4 
1 
1 


256 

217 

268 

173 

190 

68 

205 

456 

140 

69 

29 

324 

255 

166 

177 

59 

205 

335 

256 

192 

57 

75 

79 

159 

179 


12 
3 
5 
3 
2 
2 
4 

17 
3 
1 

9 
4 

8 
4 
4 
4 

12 

10 
8 

27 
5 
9 
4 

13 


24 


2 


16 


3 


24 


4 


22 


5 


13 


6 


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7 


18 


8 


49 


9 

10 


6 

7 


11 


3 


12 


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11 

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6 

11 

4 

18 

23 

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27 


19 


28 


20 


13 


21 


7 


22 


7 


23 


8 


24 


11 


25 


14 







Election Department, 



21 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1901. 





Pkecinct 7. 


Precinct 8. 


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208 
332 


10 
11 


26 

38 


4 

7 


135 

99 


3 


231 
323 


4 

12 


22 


2 


21 


3 




4 


























6 


























6 


7 


56 




1 


283 


6 


21 


5 


20 




262 


5 


28 


7 




8 


























9 


7 
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53 
330 
248 
100 

53 
179 
123 
168 

69 


1 

3 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 


863 
78 
27 
253 
324 
a57 
203 
314 
274 


9 

2 

5 
6 
4 
8 
12 
6 


26 
4 
2 
26 
34 
19 
13 
34 
19 














10 


3 


297 
252 


3 
1 


117 
24 


9 


13 


11 


4 


12 


5 
8 
6 
15 
12 
5 




13 


8 
8 

8 


56 
186 
115 


1 

8 
2 


281 
242 

204 


4 
1 
9 


24 


14 


18 


15 


12 


16 




17 

18 


12 


152 


2 


321 


13 


28 


19 


14 

6 
2 
4 

8 
7 
5 


196 
377 
244 
316 
311 
358 
188 


1- 

2 
9 

2 


468 
141 
179 
76 
60 
132 
252 


11 

6 
9 
2 
6 
2 
14 


17 

18 
8 
10 

9 
26 


14 
12 

3 
15 

3 
10 


136 
481 
363 

218 
358 
380 


2 

1 
5 

2 
6 


364 
133 
116 
230 
56 
165 


21 
11 

1 

12 

1 

9 


36 


20 


24 


21 


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22 

23 


28 
4 


24 


16 


25 



















22 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1901. 





Precinct 9. 


TOTALS . 




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4 


134 


1 


45 


3 


6 


28 


1681 


16 


1,118 


45 


123 


2,888 


2 














45 


686 


12 


2,122 
1,589 


57 


187 


2,922 
2,343 


3 














42 


667 


2 


43 


160 


4 














25 


688 


4 


1,226 


25 


105 


1,968 


5 














21 
45 


593 
453 


8 
10 


1,261 
1,876 
1,043 
1,994 


29 
31 


96 
203 


1,912 


6 














2,415 
1,603 


7 














37 

64 


485 
682 


7 
4 


31 
113 


69 

226 


8 














2,857 


9 














52 
26 


639 
1,690 


6 
13 


2,051 
690 


64 

29 


133 

89 


2 812 


10 


2 


212 


1 


52 


1 


5 


2,448 


11 




276 


1 


51 




3 


12 


2,121 

1,387 
436 


11 


669 


18 


106 


2,831 
2,616 
2,897 
3,320 


12 














42 


15 


1,143 
2,375 
2,042 
1,755 


29 


97 


13 














55 


6 


25 


238 


14 














61 


1,151 

807 


20 


46 


141 


15 














71 


7 


44 


102 


2,684 


16 














47 


1,403 
951 


10 


1,365' 
2,017 


43 


132 


2,868 


17 


2 


147 


2 


187 


7 


12 


44 


17 


49 


154 


3,078 


18 














60 


959 


fi 


1,807 


48 


226 


2,880 


19 














88 


976 


9 


2,450. 
1,729 
1,180 


81 


213 


3,604 
4,571 


20 














57 
34 


2,717 
2,250 


14 

48 


54 

58 


132 

98 


21 


7 


309 


7 


183 


4 


12 


3,570 


22 














110 


1,955 
2,172 


25 


1,642 
1,422 


101 


173 


3,833 

3,801 


23 


43 


94 


3 


121 


4 


14 


123 


27 


57 


164 


24 


60 


178 




128 


3 


9 


110 


2,213 


54 


1,318 


62 


117 


3,757 


25 














54 


1.703 


11 


1,189 


99 


148 


3,056 


















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1,353 


31,465 


362 


39,073 


1,281 


3,632 


73,534 













* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted for Governor, 68.38 per cent. 



Election Depaktment. 



23 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor), 
State Election, 1901. 



Candidates fob Lieutenant-Govebnok. 



Votes Cast. 



*Jolin L. Bates, Republican 

John W. Coughlin, Democratic 

Alfred E. Jones, Socialist Labor 

William H. Partridge, Prohibition . . . 
Charles W. White, Democratic Social 
Scattering 

Total 



31,396 

37,309 

1,176 

315 

1,695 

1 



71,892 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 66.85 per cent. 



Candidates foe Secretaey. 


Votes Cast. 


Frederick W. Clark, Prohibition 


930 


Alonzo H. Dennett, Democratic Social 


2,395 

1,730 

29,951 


Jeremiah O'Fihelly, Socialist Labor 


*William M. Olin, Republican 


Willmore B. Stone, Democratic . 


34,870 




Tota'l 


69 876 







Proportion of men registered who voted, 64.98 per cent. 



Candidates for Treasueee and Receiveb-Geneeal. 



Votes Cast. 



George E. Batchelder, Prohibition 

Wendell P. Bosworth, Democratic Social 

*Edward S. Bradford, Republican 

Joseph L. Chalifoux, Democratic 

Frederick A. Nagler, Socialist Labor 

Total 



762 

2,241 

28,751 

35,144 

1,678 



68,576 



* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.77 per cent. 



24 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor), State 
Election, 1901. — Continued. 



Candidates fob Auditor. 


Votes Cast. 


James F Dean Democratic 


36,059 

1,687 

639 


Frank Keefe, Socialist Labor 


John H, Smith, Prohibition 


Frank Thompson, Democratic Social 


2,131 


*Henry E Turner Republican 


28,148 




Total 


68,664 





Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.85 per cent. 



Candidates for Attorney-General. 


Votes Cast, 


Allen Coffin, Prohibition. 


569 


John T. Hargraves Socialist Labor 


1,634 


*Herbert Parker, Republican 


28,539 




36,322 


Clarence E. Spelman, Democratic Social 


1,857 






Total 


68,921 







* Elected. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 64.09 per cent. 



Election Department. 



25 



Votes Cast for Councillor, State Election, 1901. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wabds. 



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16 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

Totals 



1,343 
1,712 
1,164 
1,521 
1,436 
1,297 



1,288 
2,584 
2,156 
1,873 
2,017 
2,074 



96 
112 

68 
174 
134 

92 



273 

295 
280 
438 
378 
411 



8,473 



11,992 



676 



2,075 



Registered voters, 32,460. Votes cast, 21,141. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 65.13 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises the First Bristol and the First 
and Second Norfolk Senatorial districts. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



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130 
145 
120 
145 


1,025 
1,663 
1,149 
1,181 


1,556 
392 
557 
454 


300 


3 


303 


4 


247 


5 


228 






Totals 


540 


5,018 


2,959 


1,078 





* Elected. 
Registered voters, 13,448. Votes cast, 8,517. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.33 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop and 
the First, Second and Third Middlesex Senatorial districts. 



26 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Councillor, State Election, 1901. 

FOUKTH DISTRICT. 









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1,765 
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464 


6 


lOo 


372 




495 


7 


98 
236 
157 


374 
549 
513 




236 


8 


533 


9 


421 


10. 


148 


1,460 

1,827 

1,204 

528 




309 


11 


101 


639 


1 


369 


12 


144 


1,081 
1,919 
1,938 
1,696 
1,992 




284 


13 


172 




516 


14 


161 


987 




375 


15.... 


167 


678 




245 


17 


153 


738 




349 


18 


159 
209 


739 
816 


1,729 
2,337 
1,172 




479 


19 


455 


25 


218 


1,429 




385 






Totals 


2,349 


12,752 


23,338 


1 


5,915 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 61,634. Votes cast, 38,440. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 62.37 per cent. 



Election Department. 



27 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 















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72 

55 

144 

230 

187 

212 


168 
224 
268 
277 
183 
73 
151 
122 


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6 

10 
12 
11 
24 
12 
16 


9 


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3 


23 


" 4 


29 


5 


25 


" 6 


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7 


65 


8 


46 


9 


43 


124 


14 


12 






Totals 


1,034 


1,590 


110 


277 







* Elected. 



Registered voters, 4,408. Votes cast, 2,734. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 62.02 per cent. 

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



28 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 3. 


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174 
97 

109 
50 
50 
23 


15 
24 
23 
34 
20 
21 


111 

276 
258 
368 
392 
262 


11 


" 2 

" 3 


30 
29 


4 


40 


" 5 


41 


'' 6 


45 






Totals 


503 


137 


1,667 


196 






Ward 4. 
Precinct 1 


72 

158 

151 

101 

32 

93 


15 

8 

8 

14 

15 

8 


265 
136 
193 

208 
258 
173 


23 


" 2 


16 


" 3 


32 


" 4 

" 6 


27 
35 


6 


32 






Totals 


607 


68 


1,233 


165 






Ward 6. 
Precinct 1 


164 
105 
35 
84 
76 
70 


9 
10 

13 

8 

23 

8 


96 
299 
304 
113 
241 
181 


15 


" 2 


34 


" 3 


40 


4 


19 




34 


" 6 


27 






Totals 


534 


71 


1,234 


169 






Grand totals 


1,644 


276 


4,134 


530 







^Elected. 
Registered voters, 9,040. Votes cast, 6,054. 

Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 66.97 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Ward 3 "of Cambridge. 



Election Department. 



29 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

THIRD SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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20 


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29 


3 


246 


15 


103 


46 


" 4 


246 
205 
209 


29 
19 
14 


62 

60 

110 


38 


" 5 


50 


6 


33 


7 


318 


28 


59 


52 


8 


305 


28 


73 


59 






Totals 


1,981 


184 


586 


358 






Wakd 6. 










Precinct 1 


220 


7 


19 


40 


2 


271 


19 


26 


43 


3'. 


268 
236 

256 


11 
13 
23 


27 
23 
65 


42 


" 4 


47 


5 


50 


6 


78 
257 
254 


6 

24 
11 


118 
47 
20 


16 


7 


46 


8 


35 






Totals 


1,840 


114 


345 


319 


Ward 8. 










Precinct 1 


404 
278 
103 


36 

30 
20 


38 
105 
162 


58 


2 


61 


3 


23 


4 


323 
359 
427 


55 
71 
45 


78 

57 

101 


86 


5 


82 


" e 


81 






Totals 


1,894 


257 


541 


391 






Grrand totals 


5,715 


555 


1,472 


1,068 





* Elected. 
Registered voters, 12,286. Votes cast, 7,742. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.01 per cent. 



30 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

FOUKTH SUFFOLK DISTKICT. 



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64 
96 
98 
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20 
13 

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25 


84 
137 
193 

89 
345 
195 


12 


" 2 


24 


" 3 


26 


" 4 


19 


6 


15 


" 6 


33 






T'-J^y^JS 


396 


104 


1,043 


129 






Ward 9. 


72 
78 
14 
67 
150 
132 
45 


26 
30 
21 
21 
13 
11 
18 


304 
347 
305 
333 
157 
129 
344 


65 


" 2 


49 


" 3 


79 


" 4, 


41 


" 5 


24 


" 6 


18 


" 7 


52 






Totals 


558 


140 


1,919 


328 






Ward 17. 


52 

40 

128 

196 

53 

22 

38 

122 

127 


11 

12 

7 

18 
16 
14 
17 
28 
14 


209 
259 
132 
174 
227 
209 
282 
325 
198 


48 


" 2 


30 




21 


I' 4 


28 




33 


" 6 


34 




37 


" 8 


53 




18 








778 


137 


2,015 


302 








1,732 


381 


4,977 


759 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 11,122. Votes cast, 7,090. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.75 per cent. 



Election Department. 



31 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

FIFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 







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43 


3 


190 


16 


" 2 


112 
109 
129 
88 
138 
255 
201 
136 


3 

6 
5 
4 
2 
1 
13 
4 


146 

77 

87 

63 

132 

156 

216 

121 


15 


" 3 


6 


" 4 


10 


" 5 


11 


" 6 


10 


7 


5 


8 


12 


" 9 


12 






Totals 


1,211 


41 


1,188 


97 


Waed 12. 










Precinct 1 


226 
216 

95 
160 
157 
105 

74 


8 
5 

7 
2 
2 
18 
5 


177 

118n 

169 

205 

163 

396 

290 


20 


2' 


11 


" 3 


13 


" 4 


18 


" 5 


14 


" 6 


17 


7 


22 






Totals 


1,033 


47 


1,518 


115 






Wakd 18. 










Precinct 1 


82 
83 


10 
8 


400 
311 


31 


" 2 


45 


3 


142 
150 


12 
9 


249 
350 


34 


" 4 


36 


" 5 


53 


18 


494 


30 


" e 


122 


13 


394 


30 




632 


70 


2,198 


206 




2,876 


158 


4,904 


418 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 12,234. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 64. 



Votes cast, 7,938. 
per cent. 



32 



City Docujnient No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTEICT. 









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23 


323 


61 


2 


14 


27 


295 


54 


3 


7 


12 


279 


56 


4 


10 


32 


312 


56 


5 


10 


48 


287 


48 


'' 6 


14 

18 
16 


56 
34 
31 


259 
317 
274 


43 


" 7 


56 


8 


53 






Totals 


99 


263 


2,346 


427 






Ward 14. 










Precinct 1 


17 


78 


399 


45 


" 2 


14 

7 

9 

22 

7 


35 

88 
128 
153 
139 


424 
254 

182 
207 
188 


34 


" 3 


20 


4 


22 


5 


30 


" 6 . 


31 


" 7 


10 
12 


131 
150 


298 

272 


26 


" 8 


29 






Totals 


98 


902 


2,224 


237 






Ward 15. 












14 
22 
4 
11 
15 
13 
20 
21 


32 

42 
59. 
72 
78 
125 
96 
87 


168 
327 
263 
218 
257 
189 
223 
218 


21 


" 2 


44 


" 3 


14 


" 4 


31 


5 


28 


" 6 


26 


7 


24 


8 


24 






Totals 


120 


591 


1,863 


212 






Grand, totals 


317 


1,756 


6,433 


876 







* Elected. 

Registered voters, 12,836. Votes cast, 8,506. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 66.27 per cent. 



Election Department. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

SEVENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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115 
111 
168 
255 
201 
312 
142 


15 
30 
15 
16 
11 
6 
30 


136 
253 
329 
100 
149 
60 
304 




30 

45 


" 2 


3 


26 


4 


26 


5 


27 
23 


" 6 


" 7 


65 




Totals 


1,304 


123 


1,331 




242 




Ward 20. 

Precinct 1 


320 

320 
236 
135 
308 
472 
380 
485 


17 
12 
16 
18 
21 
21 
8 
27 


244 
250 
213 
277 
251 
174 
139 
120 




33 


2 


32 
21 


3 


" 4 


44 
33 
24 


" 5 

" 6.' 


" 7 


22 
30 


" 8 




Totals 


2,656 


140 


1,668 




239 






Ward 24. 
Precinct 1 


146 

164 
310 
198 
238 
186 
363 
377 
225 


16 

17 

20 

12 

6 

7 

12 

22 

8 


204 
163 
174 
143 
96 
151 
116 
162 
120 


1 


48 
22 


2 


3 


19 


" 4 


16 


" 5 


24 
21 


6 


7 


17 > 


" 8 


25 
25 


9 






Totals 


2,207 


120 


1,329 


1 


217 




Grand totals 


6,167 


383 


4,328 


1 


698 





* Elected. 
Registered voters, 17,168. Votes cast, 10,879. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 63.37 per cent. 



34 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

EIGHTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 21. 


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8 
9 
4 
6 
3 
9 
16 
5 
8 


190 

148 
99 
187 
194 
226 
194 
277 
215 


8 

7 

7 

12 

8 

13 

10 

15 

1 


170 
198 
128 
148 
169 
125 
202 
181 
271 


26 


" 2 


32 


" 3 


12 


'^ 4 


17 


" 5 


21 


" 6 


21 


" 7 


22 


" 8 


19 


" 9 


27 






Totals 


68 


1,730 


81 


1,592 


197 






Waed 22. 


24 

35 
15 
21 
35 
6 
7 
21 


329 
86 
59 
230 
199 
234 
256 
176 


7 
5 

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4 

1 

8 
1 


329 
311 
284 
225 
259 
114 
128 
261 


59 


" 2 


53 


" 3 


47 


" 4 


53 


" 5 


42 


" 6 


14 


" 7 


18 


8 


44 


Totals 


164 


1,569 


32 


1,911 


330 






Waed 23. 


7 
7 

14 
13 
29 
13 
10 


154 

81 

79 

155 

209 

246 

210 

303 

75 


2 

1 

1 

7 

11 

18 

4 

8 

12 


143 
306 
326 
274 
362 
205 
161 
105 
162 


18 


2 

" 3 


50 

47 


4 


42 


" 5 


23 


. " 6 


26 


" 7 


9 


" 8 


8 


9 


8 


21 


Totals 


101 


1,512 


64 


2,044 


244 






Grand totals 


333 


4,811 


177 


5,547 


771 







* Elected. 
Registered voters, 15,292, Votes cast, 10, f 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 71.07 per cent. 



Election Department. 



35 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1901. 

NINTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 11. 




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1—! +2 

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05 

5 




141 
141 

188 
137 
69 
58 
49 
49 
77 


3 
8 
6 
7 
1 
1 
2 

""2 


178 

203 
177 
227 
201 
163 
214 
209 
234 


21 


" 2 


39 


" 3 


24 


'i 4- 


28 


" 5 


14 


" 6 


10 


" 7 


15 


" 8 


23 


" 9 


18 






Totals 


909 


30 


1,806 


192 






Wakd 19. 
Precinct 1 


221 
230 
371 
283 
168 
230 
430 
332 


13 

7 
19 
10 
10 
20 
22 
28 


168 
107 
91 
127 
120 
192 
235 
173 


27 


2 


26 


" 3 


25 


" 4 

" 5 


29 
16 


" 6 


28 


" 7 


19 


" 8 


40 






Totals 


2,265 


129 


1,213 


210 






Ward 25. 
Precinct 1 


186 
87 
84 
183 
227 
186 
235 


38 
23 
13 
36 
11 
23 
22 


262 
325 
266 
158 
185 
246 
190 


24 




31 


" 3 


34 


" 4 


32 


" 5 


27 ' 


" 6 


32 


" 7 


38 






Totals 


1,188 


166 


1,632 


218 






Grand totals 


4,362 


325 


4,651 


620 







*Elected. 
Registered voters, 13,156. 
Proportion of men registered who voted, 70. 



Votes cast, 9,338. 
per cent. 



36 



City Document No. 14 



Votes Cast for Kepresentatives, State Election, 1901. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 













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151 


163 


12 


7 


56 




85 


" 2 


208 


218 


7 


8 


40 




85 


" 3 


250 


263 


19 


14 


80 




120 


" 4 


268 


275 


11 


11 


55 


1 


125 


" 5 


161 


197 


28 


16 


156 




168 


" 6 


79 


104 


45 


31 


230 




267 


" 7 


150 


192 


32 


28 


196 




232 


" 8 


103 


178 


28 


23 


246 




214 


" 9 


115 


130 


18 


11 


43 




69 


Totals 


1,485 


1,720 


200 


149 


1,102 


1 


1,365 






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289 


53 


272 


16 


21 


47 


156 


" 2 


193 


40 


184 


9 


9 


43 


72 


" 3 


263 


78 


244 


8 


9 


91 


127 


" 4 


254 


42 


253 


9 


18 


49 


125 


- " 5 


229 


43 


200 


13 


23 


52 


108 


" 6 


216 


86 


211 


7 


9 


84 


119 


" 7 


351 


40 


325 


17 


12 


39 


130 


" 8 


310 


67 


287 


17 


17 


78 


154 


Totals 


2,105 


449 


1,976 


96 


. 118 


483 


991 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



37 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 



Ward 3. 


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" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 


9 
15 
18 
28 
24 
11 


99 

286 
270 
374 
366 

282 


101 

264 
241 
365 
356 

280 


162 
73 
79 
29 
45 
12 


4 
19 
15 
14 
17 
11 


140 
69 
79 
21 
43 
12 


107 ■ 
128 
136 
153 
155 
94 


Totals 


105 


1,677 


1,607 


400 


80 


364 


773 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 4. 


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270 
116 
166 
220 
263 
174 


62 
155 
1.32 
76 
26 
84 


250 

128 
189 
217 
278 
184 


74 
153 
175 


94 


" 2 


84 


" 3 


lOfl 


" 4 


105 S2 


" 5 


32 
94 


81 


" 6 


76 






Totals 


1,209 


535 


1,246 


633 


523 







*Elected. 



38 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901» 

FIFTH DISTKICT. 















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150 


98 


4 


131 


72 


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299 


78 


300 


13 


75 


111 


" 3 


13 


287 


23 


292 


11 


19 


139 


" 4 


19 


102 


70 


97 


12 


68 


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28 


237 


55 


231 


23 


54 


120 


" 6 


9 


164 


63 


160 


9 


46 


121 


Totals 


99 


1,192 


439 


1,178 


72 


393 


643 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 





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246 


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214 


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220 


123 
50 


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37 


6 
32 


90 


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195 


8 


228 


189 


18 


9 


17 


179 






Totals 


1,687 


1,624 


345 


■254 


122 


1,204 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



39 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 





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75 


5 


29 


21 


270 


15 


325 


168 


6 


29 


29 


162 


9 


206 


141 


Totals 


341 


340 


889 


92 


1,043 


639 







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3 


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14 


101 


102 


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2 


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306 


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70 


74 


309 


291 


64 


48 




282 




6 


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56 


385 


383 


48 


73 




278 


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514 


266 


1,698 


1,690 


219 


464 


2 


1,133 









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40 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Kepresentatives, State Election, 1901. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 





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2 


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23 


340 


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59 


141 


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340 


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18 


270 


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11 


166 


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12 


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124 


113 


110 


87 


7 


329 


30 


24 


301 


43 


41 


150 


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1,912 


153 


128 


1,744 


493 


458 


1,002 



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99 


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177 


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304 


323 


76 




115 


8 


54 


244 


254 


119 




213 


9 


23 


168 


177 


72 




106 


Totals 


240 


1,452 


1,492 


693 


1 


1,196 





* Elected. 



Election Department. 



41 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 





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195 
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250 
192 
240 
250 
263 


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218 
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260 
239 
190 
229 
246 
261 


116 

122 
203 
151 
37 
27 
38 
20 
53 


146 


2 


236 


3 


219 


4 


132 


" 5 


44 


" 6 


55 


" 7 


58 


8 


46 


9 


85 






Totals 


2,063 


2,028 


762 


1,021 





TWELFTH DISTRICT. 









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247 

91 


243 
236 
101 


131 


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83 


4 


133 
123 
308 

247 


145 
126 
357 
257 


188 

158 

112 

76 


186 

173 

109 

75 


118 


5 


92 


" 6 


186 


7 


127 






Totals 


1,155 


1,204 


1,130 


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814 







* Elected. 



42 



City Document No. 14. 



"Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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John Johnson, 
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James F. Powe 
Democratic. 


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226 


19 


19 


176 


193 


201 


" 2 


186 


16 


10 


165 


217 


186 


" 3 


185 


8 


3 


172 


162 


178 


" 4 


241 


20 


17 


150 


220 


172 


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227 


32 


26 


140 


171 


190 


" 6 


186 


26 


27 


170 


164 


171 


7 


231 
202 


21 
19 


20 
19 


170 
142 


233 
181 


175 


" 8 


185 






Totals 


1,684 


161 


141 


1,285 


1,541 


1,458 





FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 14. 


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Thomas McDowell, 
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Albert SxEia, 
Democratic Social. 


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2 

3 

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7 

8 


388 
414 
241 
175 
183 
184 
283 
237 


367 
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237 
181 
200 
167 
266 
253 


68 
22 
78 
106 
145 
133 
113 
138 


23 
8 
9 
11 
21 
19 
16 
12 


6a 

20 
80 
105 
137 
129 
129 
139 


14 
9 
6 
8 

17 

17 
8 

10 


149 

143 

87 

96 

121 

81 

115 

137 


Totals 


2,105 


2,069 


803 


119 


. 808 


89 


929 



*Elected. 



Election Department. 



4a 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

FIFTEENTH DISTKICT. 







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29 


14 


14 


159 


28 


84 


2 


318 


26 


23 


20 


293 


37 


153 


" 3 


220 


46 


11 


7 


227 


57 


112 


" 4 


206 


70 


13 


9 


184 


67 


115 


" 5 


240 


66 


14 


13 


219 


66 


138 


6 


154 


119 


11 


17 


169 


117 


119 


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185 


93 


23 


20 


202 


85 


118 


" 8 


182 


88 


25 


17 


187 


71 


130 


Totals 


1,647 


537 


134 


117 


1,640 


528 


969 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT. 











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158 


116 


105 


105 


98 


2 


19 


239 


248 


95 


133 


144 


3 


10 


267 


284 


151 


186 


178 


4 


14 


107 


113 


238 


237 


85 


5 


10 


130 


142 


196 


208 


90 


6 


10 


59 


59 


305 


278 


91 


7 


17 


241 


288 


155 


225 


156 


Totals 


90 


1,201 


1,250 


1,245 


1,372 


842 







* Elected. 



44 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT. 







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164 


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1 


109 




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253 


38 


270 


35 




86 




' 3 


122 


123 


136 


111 




84 




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179 


187 


203 


157 


1 


105 




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236 


50 


251 


44 




77 




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213 


47 


218 


13 




67 




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280 


42 


299 


24 




103 




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332 


142 


345 


86 




151 


" 9 


177 


119 


194 


108 




116 


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2,021 


801 


2,080 


662 


2 


898 







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93 


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289 


274 


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24 


256 


100 


83 


247 


184 


" 3 


26 


196 


173 


160 


165 


154 


" 4 


12 


276 


184 


143 


250 


225 


" 5 


21 


346 


98 


45 


422 


258 


" 6 


21 


293 


172 


103 


327 


202 


Totals 


118 


1,674 


820 


ao3 


1,700 


1,297 







* Elected. 



Election DepAktment. 



45 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 19. 


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Charles W. White, 
Democratic Social. 


Arnold P. Ziegler, 
Republican. 


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' 5 

' 6 

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113 

66 

32 

55 

88 

134 

111 

106 


254 
225 
395 
309 
174 
248 
472 
340 


229 
223 
375 
289 
162 
248 
453 
336 


22 
15 
23 
26 
18 
25 
41 
42 


115 

62 

38 

60 

86 

141 

121 

100 


2* 


125 
149 
149 
159 
100 
144 
212 
222 


Totals 


705 


2,417 


2,315 


212 


723 


2 


1,260 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 











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323 

319 
230 
134 

272 
416 
355 
405 


232 
248 
217 
294 
262 
164 
134 
122 


229 
236 
212 
258 
266 
188 
142 
155 


286 

289 ... 
223 ... 
116 ... 
283 ... 
438 . . 
336 ... 
454 . . . 


1 


157 


" 2 


136 


" 3 


90 


" 4 


146 


" 5 


143 


" 6 


176 


" 7 


131 


8 


188 






Totals 


2,454 


1,673 


1,686 


2,425 


1 


1,167 



* Elected. 



46 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 









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13 


102 


239 


229 


8 


104 


109 


2 


18 


140 


181 


200 


4 


151 


99 


3 


3 


82 


124 


125 


2 


91 


73 


" 4 


5 


96 


239 


226 


4 


111 


59 


" 5 


5 


113 


227 


203 


9 


121 


112 


6 


8 


72 


284 


253 


10 


78 


83 


7 


19 


144 


222 


215 


15 


160 


113 


" 8 


7 


105 


343 


304 


6 


138 


91 


9 


11 


143 


305 


293 


12 


173 


107 


Totals 


84 


997 


2,164 


2,048 


70 


1,127 


846 



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339 


29 


362 


21 


197 


341 




207 


" 2 


129 


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76 


27 


241 


317 




162 


" 3 


85 


7 


63 


9 


234 


276 




136 


" 4 


240 


14 


263 


9 


136 


224 


1 


183 


5 


207 


32 


188 


30 


188 


280 




• 153 


6 


192 


15 


263 


9 


57 


117 




85 


7 


229 


11 


324 


11 


63 


89 




107 


" 8 


172 


14 


234 


13 


171 


235 


1 


166 


Totals 


1,593 


150 


1,773 


129 


1,2§7 


1,879 


2 


1,199 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



47 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 







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131 


143 


205 


100 


69 


2 


68 
101 


324 
307 


344 

327 


58 
79 


96 


" 3 


120 


" 4 


137 


301 


347 


108 


89 


5 


237 


412 


289 


217 


113 


" 6 


289 


184 


151 


281 


111 


7 


257 
269 


143 

104 


92 
159 


242 
229 


54 


8 


87 


9 


85 


166 


166 


74 


65 ■ 


Totals 


1,574 


2,084 


2,080 


1,388 


804 







TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 24. 


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2 

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5 

6 

7 

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182 
188 
335 
202 
232 
182 
363 
380 
215 


153 
164 

284 
187 
231 
175 
319 
336 
208 


17 

21 

20 

15 

4 

8 

2 

18 

6 


170 
119 
141 
116 
85 
137 
118 
151 
117 


179 
126 
141 
118 
89 
137 
107 
138 
119 


i' 


127 

114 

127 

100 

87 

91 

107 

148 

91 


Totals 


2,279 


2,057 


111 


1,154 


1,154 


1 


992 



♦Elected. 



48 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1901. 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 





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122 
170 
197 
241 
169 
241 


36 
31 
18 
90 
38 
41 
40 


212 
76 
40 
157 
168 
116 
192 


219 
265 
198 
137 
172 
274 
182 


210 
306 
253 
67 
150 
219 
143 


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156 


" 2 


131 


" 3 


115 


" 4 


170 


" 5 


131 


" 6 


155 


" 7 


172 






Totals 


1,327 


294 


961 


1,447 


1,348 


1 


1,030 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



49 



Votes Cast for District Attorney, Suffolk County, 
State Election, 1901. 



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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 



82 

95 

93 

63 

51 

117 

61 

212 

132 

44 

34 

67 

106 

105 

92 

81 

105 

117 

153 

93 

68 

162 

114 

116 

163 



1,449 

572 

518 

584 

492 

409 

439 

562 

588 

1,450 

1,385 

1,164 

466 

1,060 

669 

1,178 

801 

810 

919 

2,316 

1,769 

1,715 

1,785 

1,967 

1,390 



1,247 
2,092 
1,653 
1,240 
1,277 
1,723 

979 
1,944 
1,939 

896 
1,335 
1,339 
2,104 
2,035 
1,812 
1,545 
2,058 
1,838 
2,415 
2,084 
1,604 
1,798 
1,796 
1,579 
1,399 



233 
350 
239 
186 
188 
369 
193 
365 
286 
147 
188 
143 
459 
261 
213 
196 
268 
341 
330 
209 
227 
331 
270 
212 
252 



2,526 



26,457 



41,731 



6,451 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 107,542. Votes cast, 70,715. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 65.76 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 



50 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court, Suffolk 
County, State Election, 1901. 



Wabds. 



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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 

Totals 



2,160 
1,313 
1,535 
1,291 
1,239 
1,492 
950 
1,723 
1,753 
1,916 
2,358 
1,986 
1,458 
2,248 
1,848 
2,096 
2,064 
1,783 
2,223 
3,729 
3,000 
2,748 
2,945 
2,916 
2,179 



265 
419 
481 
285 
268 
314 
283 
481 
365 
166 
114 
231 
579 
516 
394 
304 
510 
468 
727 
372 
215 
476 
357 
349 
373 



51,453 



9,312 



586 
877 
487 
497 
501 
812 
439 
879 
827 
455 
465 
496 
1,098 
697 
544 
600 
658 
855 
867 
602 
453 
782 
663 
609 
651 



16,400 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 107,542. Votes cast, 60,766. 

Proiiortion of men registered who voted, 56.50 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 



Election Department. 



51 



Votes Cast for Clerk of Superior Court (Civil Session), 
Suffolk County, State Election, 1901. 



Wakds. 



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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 

Totals 



276 
458 
374 
320 
271 
366 
257 
470 
408 
156 
119 
242 
577 
506 
426 
352 
544 
500 
798 
417 
256 
516 
402 
399 
415 



2,140 
1,718 
1,467 
1,226 
1,187 
1,392 
890 
1,654 
1,650 
1,932 
2,373 
1,977 
1,345 
2,148 
1,752 
2,050 
1,942 
1,742 
2,046 
3,675 
2,909 
2,639 
2,826 
2,834 
2,118 



595 
933 
662 
527 
550 
860 
525 
959 
887 
449 
445 
494 
1,213 
807 
608 
598 
746 
864 
973 
611 
503 
851 
737 
641 
671 



9,825 



49,632 



17,709 



* Elected. 



Kegistered voters, 107,542. Votes cast, 59,457. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 55.29 per cent. 

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



52 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Clerk of Superior Court (Criminal Session) 
Suffolk County, State Election, 1901. 



Wards. 









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1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

Totals 



1,264 

602 

720 

674 

597 

620 

506 

1,697 

596 

1,118 

1,199 

986 

693 

911 

690 

1,084 

714 

835 

924 

1,721 

1,353 

1,344 

1,382 

1,537 

1,166 



1,422 
2,059 
1,485 
1,173 
1,205 
1,566 
957 
981 
1,958 
1,167 
1,580 
1,500 
1,965 
2,051 
1,81] 
1,658 
2,257 
1,870 
2,426 
2,675 
2,047 
2,184 
2,188 
1,989 
1,663 



92 

86 

54 

40 

53 

64 

151 

102 

67 

29 

78 

68 

93 

95 

75 

67 

98 

161 

93 

59 

167 

131 

93 

120 



24,933 



43,837 



2,211 



250 
356 
212 
172 
166 
379 
145 
254 
289 
185 
129 
149 
409 
406 
190 
183 
194 
302 
306 
214 
209 
311 
264 
255 
255 



6,184 



Elected. 



Registered voters, 107,542. Votes cast, 70,982. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 66 jaer cent. 

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



Election Department. 



53 



Votes Cast for Sheriff, Suffolk County, 
State Election, 1901. 



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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 



360 
601 
561 
492 
471 
481 
432 

. 633 
543 
280 
159 
341 
955 
754 
596 
492 
715 
616 

1,020 
549 
328 
569 
483 
460 
512 



13,403 



2,194 
1,789 
1,485 
1,223 
1,156 
1,439 
910 
1,769 
1,721 
1,907 
2,369 
2,004 
1,358 
2,192 
1,790 
2,074 
2,009 
1,767 
2,104 
3,684 
2,946 
2,799 
2,924 
2,905 
2,193 



50,711 



457 
719 
457 
358 
381 
698 
330 
680 
681 
350 
409 
368 
822 
515 
400 
434 
508 
723 
693 
470 
394 
638 
558 
509 
499 



13,051 



* Elected. 
Registered voters, 107,542. Votes cast, 64,115. 

Proportion of men registered who voted, 59.62 per cent. 
The balance of this district comprises Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop. 



54 



City Document No. 14. 



Number of Men Reg-istered who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON 
VOTING LISTS), STATE ELECTION, 1901. 



Wards. 



Pbecincts. 



1. 



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



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237 
427 
311 
375 

284 
286 
174 
586 
467 
252 
343 
431 
417 
539 
235 
296 
320 
523 
429 
614 
402 
748 
324 
414 
510 



283 
275 
427 
318 
448 
359 
242 
474 
504 
276 
391 
350 
390 
507 
435 
439 
341 
447 
370 
614 
394 
490 
445 
366 
466 



378 
410 
419 
384 
392 
348 
335 
308 
419 
198 
395 
284 
354 
369 
340 
538 
288 
437 
506 
486 
250 
405 
467 
524 
397 



373 
375 
492 
350 
224 
319 
219 
542 
462 
231 
399 
385 
410 
341 
332 
397 
416 
545 
449 
474 
370 
535 
491 
369 
409 



363 

334 

503 

340 

374 

394 

414 

569 

344 

166 

285 

336 

393 

412 

37 

388 

329 

595 

314 

613 

395 

539 

634 

364 

450 



378 
366 
351 
306 
286 
218 
288 
654 
290 
282 
232 
536 
372 
365 
353 
401 
279 
559 
470 
691 
394 
369 
508 
365 
487 



415 
457 



374 



459 
417 
280 
391 
425 
465 
363 
541 
374 



706 
549 
444 
417 
394 
508 
485 



396 
465 



320 



442 
281 



374 
463 
350 



528 



573 
662 
497 
503 
424 
586 



193 



273 
331 



357 



522 

278 
378 



Totals 77,166 107,542 



3,011 
3,109 
2,503 
2,078 
2,008 
2,618 
1,672 
3,083 
2,945 
2,537 
2,937 
2,713 
3,135 
3,461 
2,786 
3,000 
3,232 
3,106 
3,817 
4,703 
3,668 
4,006 
3,965 
3,874 
3,204 



4,408 
4,377 
3,415 
2,843 
2,782 
3,632 
2,492 
4,277 
4,110 
3,891 
4,014 
4,002 
3,954 
4,881 
4,001 
4,178 
4,520 
4,341 
5,074 
7,180 
5,305 
5,179 
4,808 
5,810 
4,068 



68.31 
71.03 
73.29 
72.92 
72.18 
72.08 
67.09 
72.08 
71.65 
65.20 
73.17 
67.79 
79.29 
70.91 
69.63 
71.80 
71.50 
71.55 
75.23 
65.50 
69.14 
77.35 
82.47 
66.68 
78.76 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 71.76 per cent. 



CITY ELECTION, 

Decembee 10, 1901. 



56 City Document No. l-l. 

Registered Male Voters, City Election, 1902. 



Wards. 



Precincts. 



1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 



363 
566 
464 
519 
441 
383 
276 
712 
671 
391 
511 
719 
563 
716 
377 
449 
433 
691 
688 
777 
570 
993 
379 
633 
764 



418 
408 
587 
419 
626 
491 
368 
697 
713 
434 
526 
534 
469 
635 
648 
659 
458 
652 
520 
820 
609 
611 
582 
514 
635 



566 
542 
575 
519 
550 
495 
558 
410 
546 
350 
547 
458 
438 
482 
560 
861 
413 
642 
684 
785 
375 
553 
561 
899 
521 



502 
501 
719 
504 
282 
510 
385' 
720 
692 
369 
548 
565 
511 
501 
480 
601 
627 
797 
602 
727 
540 
751 
669 
559 
656 



564 
447 
674 
451 
480 
552 
640 
713 
559 
339 
379 
563 
548 
639 
540 
631 
459 
783 
462 
751 
569 
762 
853 
523 
606 



590 
517 
483 
407 
446 
264 
452 
821 
462 
461 
321 
815 
441 
515 
519 
554 
416 
774 
621 
757 
584 
675 
730 
514 
756 



638 
632 



590 
674 
375 
525 
554 
6.37 
579 
746 
542 



1,001 

829 
729 
688 
506 
805 
631 



616 
647 



319 



411 



728 
399 



509 
658 
521 



774 



833 
825 
809 
732 
550 
1,000 



485 
583 



505 



779 
843 



366 
606 



777 



Total 111,817 



Totals. 



4,576 
4,260 
3,502 
2,819 
2,825 
3,595 
2,679 
4,073 
4,233 
4,231 
4,189 
4,179 
4,033 
4,783 
4,224 
4,501 
4,627 
4,339 
5,411 
7,827 
5,628 
5.565 
5,196 
6,053 
4,469 



J< 

69.81 
63.99 
78.86 
69.55 
65.33 
41.29 
48.42 
43.41 
46.07 
53.19 
66.50 
53.82 
57.82 
74.19 
73.79 
72.97 
63.65 
60.95 
68.34 
73.93 
74.43 
69.52 
79.12 
72.20 
72.06 



Proportion of men assessed who registered, 63.57 per cent. 



Election Department. 



57 



Registered Female Voters, City Election, 1902. 



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. 

85 

33 

161 

152 

82 

45 

30 

8 

24 

27 

138 

191 

17 

6a 

53 

85 

5 

43 

75 

140 

121 

147 

156 

92 

112 



2. 

116 

29 

188 

102 

156 

52 

78 

25 

41 

45 

53 

213 

18 

30 

101 

61 

17 

40 

70 

179 

119 

25 

53 

91 

151 



3. 

156 

25 

215 

154 

83 
76 
92 
59 
25 
63 

195 
77 
15 
90 

129 
59 

101 
57 

111 

203 
87 
25 
29 

205 

157 



4. 

115 

47 

172 

116 

64 

31 

41 

38 

20 

69 

238 

102 

17 

105 

114 

107 

122 

51 

84 

91 

153 

98 

111 

121 

45 



5. 

121 

25 

244 

112 

99 

29 

90 

30 

55 

41 

204 

74 

36 

135 

133 

77 

34 

49 

74 

120 

113 

70 

132 

142 

111 



6. 

25 

48 

202 

58 

84 

28 

39 

43 

72 

84 

140 

46 

40 

105 

146 

189 

16 

113 

108 

152 

183 

146 

110 

100 

120 



7. 

96 
37 



i. 9. 



10. 



54 

18 



26 



21 



30 

181 

203 

70 

25 

78 

139 

46 

40 

201 
97 
111 
209 
160 
210 
161 



42 



113 
213 

29 

107 



40 

38 
149 
227 

95 
200 
160 



113 
193 



62 



151 

165 



47 
94 



282 



Total . 



Totals. 



18,445 



58 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Mayor, City Election, 1901. 



Wards. 



9.. 

10.. 

11.. 

12.. 

13.. 

14.. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18.. 

19. 

20. 

21. 

22. 

23. 

24. 

25. 



Pkecinct 1. 



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695 

697 
376 



705 

540 

764 

361 

424 

473 

704 

633 

978 

586 

958 

382 

614 

686 



96 

377 

700 
721 
427 
538 
529 
510 
670 
617 
586 
460 



^2 






508 
923 
555 
595 
556 
507 
615 



193 

108 

481 

580 

357 

537 

437 

48 

494 

521 

798 

425 

652 

680 

745 

374 

534 

556 

876 

520 



807 

635 

364 

561 

619 

510 

494 

492 

577 

618 

846 

582 

698 

544 

734 

621 

564 

533 






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2 
4 

777 
577 
329 
395 
538 
521 
608 
520 
563 
443 
793 
474 
1,045 
561 
709 
780 
524 
574 



Precinct 2. 






5 

20 
■•a 

900 
469 
445 
325 
786 
458 
550 
490 
538 
425 
764 
649 
1,012 
585 
510 
666 
508 
656 



276 
363 



610 
693 
402 
531 
536 
659 
542 
737 
503 



943 
884 
669 
554 
471 
782 
620 



E-i 



722 
409 






451 

507 



483 .. . 

679 

525 



734 



502 



760 
1,021 

757 
658 
533 
932 



755 

352 
620 



Total. 



M 



6 

2 
4,289 

4,164 

4,173 

4,145 

4,041 

4,918 

4,068 

4,223 

4,583 

4,427 

5,229 

7,306 

5,386 

5,252 

4,917 

5,927 

4,204 



110,131 



10 
10 

1 

5 

4ft. z.i 

55.20 

66.39 

53.67 

56.73 

74.46 

72.50 

72.76 

65.23 

60.55 

68.29 

73.41 

74.26 

67.15 

76.77 

74.24 

71.00 



Proportion of men assessed who registered, 62.62 per cent. 



Election Department, 



59 



Votes Cast for Mayor, City Election, 1901. 



Wakds. 



1. 

2. 
3 
4. 
\f. 

10. 

11. 

12. 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18.. 

19. 

20 

21.. 

22. 

23. 

24.. 

25 



Precinct 3. 



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120 
361 
312 



319 
126 
134 
4 






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18 

22 

136 

201 

15 

78 

17 

42 

5 

45 

60 

153 

119 

154 

150 

90 

114 



20 
36 
52 
30 

223 
12 
24 
85 
36 
18 
43 
63 

219 

105 
24 
87 
76 

141 



75 

27 

71 

191 

100 

12 

77 

51 

52 

108 

68 

76 

165 

82 

26 

26 

191 

147 



23 
21 
72 

247 

106 
15 
79 
79 
98 

114 
53 
71 
82 

158 
99 
94 

105 
37 



Precinct 4. 



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7 
7 

14 

67 

86 

196 

69 

88 

121 

76 

83 

29 

38 

65 

156 

111 

57 

131 

121 

96 



96 
343 

45 

99 

82 

151 

53 

25 

88 

116 

185 

15 

132 

69 

240 

189 

181 

106 

94 

108 



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328 
96 



26 

209 

208 

58 

14 

83 

119 

48 

37 

158 
280 
108 
213 
154 
197 
133 



138 
216 



77 
60 

44 

29 

182 
235 
63 
207 
156 



97 
164 



56 



146 

42 
79 



Total 









P5 



12 
8 

19 
9 

294 
779 

1,539 
810 
139 
622 
553 
589 
426 
379 
591 

1,417 

1,248 
767 
947 

1,109 
776 

15,592 



60 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Mayor, City Election, 1901. 







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274 


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Votes Cast for Mayor, City Election, 1901. 





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3,295 
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269 
245 


8 
4 
5 
2 


19 
2 
9 
3 


120 
403 
245 
193 


43 
18 
25 
23 


461 
247 
230 
310 


9 
16 

2 
10 


39 

11 

4 

16 


83 
491 
334 
182 


50 


20 


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21 


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22 


35 


23 


169 
222 
311 


4 

7 
3 


6 
8 
13 


205 
347 
131 


10 
25 
79 


186 
254 


11 


3 
13 


232 
406 


19 


24 


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Election Department. 



67 



Votes Cast for Street Commissioner, 
City Election, 1901. 





Precinct 9. 


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4 


110 




14 


1,780 


45 


43 


1,656 
622 
484 




239 


3,524 
3 396 


2 














2,659 
2,062 


32 
33 


83 
64 




340 
165 


3 














2,643 
2,081 
2,162 
2,678 
1,840 
3,095 
2,138 
2,998 
3 079 


4 














1,477 


25 


50 


5'''9 




119 


5 














1,566 
2,185 


21 


44 


531 




158 


6 














34 


60 


399 




514 


7 














1,323 


36 


76 


405 




184 


8 














2,370 
2,373 


47 


156 


522 




296 


9 














48 


102 


615 




291 


10 


127 


1 




200 




16 


1,200 


31 


38 


1,729 
1,623 
1 392 




201 


11 


156 


1 


1 


208 


1 


14 


1,418 
1,511 


12 


25 


1 


212 


12 .'. 














51 


95 




161 


3,049 
2,949 
3,824 


13 














2,477 


50 


107 


315 




414 


14 














2,541 


54 


119 


1,110 




219 


15 














2,199 


63 


66 


728 




149 


3,056 
3,115 
3,497 
3,139 
4,087 
5,481 
4,217 
4,062 
3,936 
4,527 
3 316 


16 














1,754 
2,500 
2,134 
3,142 
2,398 


43 


60 


1,258 

864 




223 


17 


245 


S 


10 


145 




11 


46 


87 




257 


18 














82 


62 


861 




277 


19 














70 


148 


727 




312 


20 














65 


58 


2 960 




197 


21 


281 


4 


9 


291 




14 


1,972 


36 


47 


2,161 
1 352 


1 


157 


22 














2,507 


85 


117 


1 


240 


23 


168 


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80 




22 


2,296 
2,0.56 
1,787 


59 


62 


1,.519 
2,346 
1,393 




238 


24 


198 


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229 




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54 


71 




200 


26 














37 


93 




231 




















51,687 


1,1.59 


1,933 


28,107 


3 


5,994 


82,889 





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Proportion of men registered who voted for Street Commissioner, 75.26 per cent. 



68 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

FIKST DISTRICT. 




















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206 


82 


3 


8 


" 2 


270 
344 


63 
96 


1 

4 


10 


3 


6 


" 4 


337 
236 
106 
222 
168 
129 


90 

202 
338 
288 
323 
103 


1 
4 
17 
6 
6 
2 


8 


'' 5 


16 


" 6 


26 


" 7 


20 


8 


14 


" 9 


8 






Totals 


2,018 


1,585 


44 


116 






Wakd 2. 










Precinct 1 


123 
68 
141 
111 
100 
156 
102 
117 


359 
264 
326 
323 
269 
256 
406 
420 


7 
7 
5 
6 
3 
2 
6 
12 


20 


2 


11 


" 3 


25 


" 4 


11 


" 5 


13 


'^ 6 


12 


" 7 


23 


" 8 


32 






Totals 


918 


2,623 


48 


147 






Grand totals 


2,936 


4,208 


92 


263 







• Elected. 



Election Department. 



69 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 









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196 
86 

102 
41 
33 
16 


9 
9 
14 
21 
12 
10 


137 
377 
326 
478 
476 
332 


10 


2 


5 


3 


21 


" 4 


89 


" 5 


39 


" 6 


19 






Totals 


474 


75 


2,126 


133 






Wakd 4. 










Precinct 1 


65 


12 


311 


29 


" 2 


132 

132 

99 


6 

6 

15 


164 
243 
257 


12 


" 3 


15 


4 


20 


5 


26 
90 


10 
12 


302 
198 


31 


6 


13 






Totals 


544 


61 


1,475 


120 






Ward 5. 










Precinct 1 


168 

88 
27 
80 
72 
74 


7 

11 
19 
13 

28 
22 


136 
381 
384 
150 
295 
237 


11 


" 2 


17 


3 


33 


4 


22 


6 


24 


" 6 


21 






Totals 


509 


100 


1,583 


128 






Grand totals 


1,527 


236 


5,184 


381 







* Elected. 



70 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

THIKD DISTRICT. 







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31 
45 
88 
52 
69 
125 
51 
19 


254 
294 
287 
274 
279 
93 
274 
241 


12 
21 
16 
14 
20 
2 
16 
12 




53 


" 2 


77 


" 3 


69 


4 


118 


" 5 


105 


" 6 


23 


" 7 


82 


8 


76 






Totals i ... 


480 


1,996 


113 




603 






Wakd 8. 












Precinct 1 


32 

101 

161 

100 

71 

95 


484 
346 
125 
390 
439 
497 


30 
31 

15 
51 
64 
51 


i 


33 


" 2 


50 


" 3 


34 


" 4 


64 


" 5 


60 


" 6 


66 






Totals 


560 


2,281 


242 


1 


307 






Grand totals 


1,040 


4,277 


355 


1 


910 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



71 



Votes Cast for Alflerman, City Election, 1901. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 























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101 


7 


74 


11 


78 


104 




55 


" 2 


144 


10 


50 


13 


71 


164 




132 


" 3 


246 


27 


81 


37 


107 


211 




111 


" 4 


115 


20 


80 


19 


117 


112 




111 


" 5 


326 


12 


26 


28 


28 


331 




175 


" 6 


243 


18 


30 


30 


38 


229 




126 


Totals 


1,175 


94 


341 


138 


439 


1,151 




710 


Ward 9. 


















Precinct 1 


362 


35 


61 


84 


86 


287 




261 


" 2 


390 


28 


71 


19 


87 


353 




178 


" 3 


354 


17 


18 


17 


16 


336 




250 


" 4 


397 


22 


65 


18 


75 


337 




126 


" '5 


203 


22 


145 


13 


180 


177 




108 


" 6 


165 


13 


137 


9 


155 


148 




87 


" 7 


383 


20 


41 


24 


44 


350 




134 


Totals 


2,254 


157 


538 


134 


643 


1,988 




1,144 


Ward 13. 


















Precinct 1 


310 


18 


57 


21 


29 


326 


2 


139 


" 2 


304 


15 


36 


16 


23 


326 




144 


" 3 


277 


13 


37 


14 


22 


292 




151 


" 4 


307 


23 


53 


18 


38 


304 




115 


" 5 


280 


22 


49 


16 


43 


285 




141 


'' 6 


273 


23 


69 


27 


45 


242 


3 


76 


" 7 


316 


29 


59 


25 


41 


323 




133 


" 8 


268 


21 


41 


18 


35 


270 




123 


Totals 


2,335 


164 


401 


155 


276 


2,368 


5 


1,022 


Grand totals . 


5,764 


415 


1,280 


427 


1,358 


5,507 


5 


2,876 



* Elected. 



72 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 



















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179 


3 


109 


16 


2 


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3 


191 


14 




' 3 


61 
34 


8 
3 


203 

242 


11 


4 


19 


5 


36 


3 


176 


16 




' 6 


68 

83 

138 


2 
12 


255 
427 
373 


9 


7 


15 


8 


18 




9 


67 





263 


14 






Totals 


794 


34 


2,239 


132 


Ward 19. 










Precino.t 1 


300 
286 
470 
350 
218 
302 
549 
430 


18 
5 

12 
15 
7 
17 
15 
34 


202 
118 
99 
106 
150 
197 
222 
152 


9 




2 


18 




' 3 


15 




4 


10 




5 


12 




6 


10 




7 


25 




' 8 


26 








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)tals 


2,905 


123 


1,246 


125 






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'and totals 


3,699 


157 


3,485 


257 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



73 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 









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105 

116 

171 

121 

37 

23 

21 

23 

45 


6 
8 
4 
3 

1 

1 
2 


256 
279 
232 
303 
273 
223 
293 
284 
324 


17 


" 2 


34 


" 3 


21 


'' 4 


20 


" 5 


12 


" 6 


8 


7 


5 


" 8 


10 


'' 9 


10 






Totals 


662 


25 


2,467 


137 






Ward 25. 












224 
136 
100 
224 
267 
223 
307 


15 
10 
9 
24 
10 
14 
11 


298 
347 
307 
184 
210 
288 
191 

1,825 


19 


" 2 


21 


" 3 


17 


" 4 


22 


" 5 


14 


" 6 


27 


" 7. 


28 






Totals 


1,481 


93 


148 






Grand totals 


2,143 


118 


4,292 


285 







* Elected. 



74 



'City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Aldermaii, City Electiou, 1901. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 







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312 


50 


137 


9 


17 


2 


256 
126 
206 
179 
165 
95 


45 

23 
38 
43 
12 

1^ 


87 
173 
192 
168 
410 
310 


7 
6 
6 
4 
19 
6 


7 


'' 3.... 


12 


^' 4 


20 


'^ 5 


20 


6 


18 


" 7 


15 






Totals 


1,339 


228 


1,477 


57 


109 






Ward 18. 












Precinct 1 


116 
135 


3 
5 


401 
341 


11 
9 


14 


2 


18 


" 3 


199 
194 
102 
148 


4 
9 

3 

8 


253 
395 
488 
400 


17 
6 

8 
15 


32 


" 4 


29 


" 5 


32 


6 


21 






Totals 


894 


32 


2,278 


66 


146 






Grand totals 


2,233 


260 


3,755 


123 


255 



^Elected. 



Election Department. 



75. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 







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85 
46 


503 
499 


31 


2 


29 


3 


106 
159 
194 
160 
168 
186 


307 
233 

252 
222 
347 
339 


12 


" 4 


•26 


" 5 


39 


" 6 


41 


" 7 


33 


" 8 


26 






Totals 


1,104 


2,702 


237 






Ward 15. 








Precinct 1 


43 

49 

76 

89 

95 

145 

123 

112 


198 
395 
295 
280 
309 
241 
270 
276 


15 


2 


42 


" , 3 


20 


" 4 


16 


" 5 


32 


6 


21 


" 7 


25 


" 8 


38 






Totals 


732 


2,264 


209 






Grand totals 


1,836 


4,966 


446 







* Elected. 



76 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 







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16 


183 


125 


113 


107 


110 


" 2 


16 


240 


229 


227 


114 


120 


" 3 


15 


303 


307 


310 


181 


116 


" 4 


6 


269 


102 


112 


255 


188 


" 5 


13 


222 


182 


182 


212 


67 


" 6 


6 


329 


60 


76 


316 


47 


7 


33 


155 


344 


334 


150 


184 


To 


tals 


105 


1,701 


1,349 


1,354 


1,335 


832 






Ward 20. 














Precinct 1 


20 


426 


266 


286 


379 


107 




' 2 


14 


407 


289 


290 


394 


102 




' 3 


17 


300 


263 


258 


275 


79 




' 4 


23 


194 


326 


312 


173 


108 




' 5 


25 


367 


310 


322 


382 


104 




' 6 


17 


521 


225 


261 


498 


92 




' 7 


11 


456 


173 


184 


448 


78 


" 8 


15 


543 


171 


199 


544 


102 


To 


tals 


142 


3,214 


2,023 


2,112 


3,093 


772 






Ward 24. 














Precinct 1 


20 


248 


277 


200 


161 


114 


" 2 


11 


203 


214 


161 


199 


92 


" 3 


26 


381 


213 


195 


365 


90 


" 4 


19 


242 


226 


174 


239 


70 


" 5 


7 


285 


124 


115 


278 


59 


" 6 


13 


219 


190 


174 


216 


78 


" 7 


11 


398 


157 


158 


389 


95 


" 8 


18 


437 


202 


190 


454 


121 


" 9 


6 


262 


160 


137 


260 


101 


Tc 


tals 


131 


2,675 


1,763 


1,504 


2,561 


820 






Grand totals 


378 


7,590 


5,135 


4,970 


6,989 


2,424 



= Elected. 



Election Department. 



77 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



Wabd 17. 


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Precinct 1 


69 

60 

167 

239 

77 

21 

79 

160 

176 


5 

7 

4 

9 

11 

5 

6 

16 

10 


281 
300 
157 
211 
267 
306 
325 
395 
219 


25 


" 2 


14 


" 3 


10 


4 


16 


" 5 


8 


" 6 


33 


" 7 


23 


8 


34 


9 


9 






Totals 


1,048 


73 


2,461 


172 






Ward 21. 
Precinct 1 


298 
233 
183 
311 
274 
356 
298 
420 
377 


11 
4 
2 
6 
5 
5 

12 
4 


143 
218 
106 
123 
175 
93 
220 
147 
208 


15 


2 


19 


"' 3 


14 


4 


8 


" 5 


13 


" 6 


16 


" 7 


23 


8 


20 


" 9 


14 






Totals 


2,750 


49 


1,433 


142 






Grand totals 


3,798 


122 


3,894 


314 







* Elected. 



78 



City Docu]vient No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Alderman, City Election, 1901. 

ELEVENTH DISTEICT. 







* 


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H 


W 


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H 


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o 




o 




Ward 22. 


M 


P^^ 


^'i 


«^ 






^ a 


S s 


^1 


« o 






eg « 
So 


^ 2 


K 2 


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»-j 


^ 


^ 


P5 


pq 


Precinct 1 


34 


425 


277 


26 


37 


2 


17 


369 


77 


11 


21 


3 


9 


323 


72 


5 


29 


4 


15 


258 


264 


17 


27 


5 


23 


326 


159 


23 


21 


6 


10 


153 


226 


8 


21 


7 


8 


174 


263 




21 


8 


8 


275 


240 


2 


28 






Totals 


124 


2,303 


1,578 


92 


205 






Ward 23. 












Precinct 1 


5 
2 

2 


173 
311 
276 


148 
147 
198 


2 
2 
4 


21 


2 


21 


" 3 


33 


" 4 


6 
17 


334 
296 


157 

283 


4 
21 


24 


5 


29 


" 6 


20 
14 
15 

8 


231 
172 
138 
166 


251 

183 

259 

90 


9 

4 
3 
3 


32 


" 7 


21 


" 8 


25 


9 


14 






Totals 


89 


2,097 


1,716 


52 


220 






Grand totals 


213 


4,400 


3,294 


144 


425 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



79 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Waed 1. 



M 
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O 
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P S 
O 2 

fa CD 

o 


Hi 
& 

SI 

Hi . 

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'3 
o 

H.2 

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3 

^ o 
§.2 

f*i o 


[3 
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PL, c« 

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Pm 

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1-5 O 

H ft 
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Precinct 1 

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


78 

51 

95 

84 

199 

340 

267 

2.^3 

68 


71 

42 

74 

69 

180 

293 

232 

258 

60 


7 

5 

7 

3 

11 

32 

13 

19 

8 


62 

41 

71 

71 

176 

270 

234 

261 

58 


201 
280 
340 
344 
215 
104 
218 
158 
143 


195 

260 
326 
319 
207 
87 
184 
164 
137 


4 

2 

8 

2 

7 

16 

11 

12 

5 


3 

2 
5 
1 
9 
13 

G 
11 

3 


191 

268 
318 
320 
212 
76 
186 
144 
139 


85 
81 
106 
95 
158 
230 
257 
223 
105 


Totals 


1,465 


1,279 


105 


1,244 


2,003 


1,879 


67 


53 


1,854 


1,340 



Wabd 2. 


* 

-< 

Hi 

O o 

?° 


X- 

h1 

H 

O O 
•-5 


O 

P 

M 

P 
o 

K 


u 

w . 

< V 
Hi '-JS 

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^ 2 




o 

m 

W.2 
^& 


W o 
O ^ 

P 3 

Hi O 

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go 


S o 

^^ 

. "-HI 

g a 

m 


03 

a 

s 


Precinct 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4...... 

5 

6 

7 

" 8 


340 
263 
330 
310 

278 
260 
402 
388 


327 
244 

313 
309 

277 
268 
411 
381 


87 
62 

117 
72 
64 

119 
62 
98 


319 
244 
319 
296 
251 
246 
374 
367 


76 
48 
85 
76 
52 
106 
50 
95 


79 

53 
104 

68 , 

56 
110 

56 

98 


17 
7 
7 

16 
6 
8 

11 

16 


16 
10 
10 
20 
9 
8 
13 
32 


266 
119 
206 
186 
162 
153 
232 
273 


Totals 


2,571 


2,530 


681 


2,416 


588 


619 


88 


118 


1,597 



* Elected. 



80 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Wakd 3. 


Hi 


* 

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1-5 


> 

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* 

fi" ' 

Hi 

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Q 

o . 

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o 
h! O 

s s 
p 


P3 
o 

P3 
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*^ 

>^ 
M 

M 
ft 
O 

o 

HI (j; 
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Blanks. 


Precinct 1 

" 2 

" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 


143 
363 
308 
474 
450 
319 


138 
362 
299 
495 
438 
319 


190 
86 

105 
46 

47 
58 


127 
360 
297 
473 
453 
333 


192 
86 
95 
41 
42 
15 


191 
86 
94 
35 
43 
16 


75 

88 

191 

173 

207 
71 


Totals 


2,057 


2,051 


532 


2,043 


471 


465 


805 









* 






aT 






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< 

as 

HI 

<1 


'A 

03 
t3 


■< 

o 

P 


* 


"A 


M 
M 




Ward 4. 


O d 


^^ 


§•1 


1-5 O 


M CI 








H O 

i| 




^P 


wp 


^'5 








o 


fq 


Ph 


•-S 


fa 


^ 


W 


Precinct 1 


297 


58 


323 


285 


67 


61 


160 


'' 2 


. 158 


145 


146 


147 


147 


135 


69 


" 3 


212 


134 


224 


182 


143 


139 


154 


" 4 


263 


95 


268 


255 


83 


81 


128 


" 5 


277 


28 


281 


283 


25 


31 


182 


6 


193 


93 


188 


167 


91 


91 


116 


Totals.. 


1,395 


553 


1,430 


1,319 


"556 


538 


809 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



81 



Votes Cast for Members of Coinmoii Council, 
City Election, 1901. 











* 








^ 
H 








* 




^ 


W 




* 




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Ward 5. 


is?" 

Hi 
o 




■< 

Hi 

o 
K a- 


o 

o 

p 

So 


1-1 o 


o 


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01 .2 


o 

o 
m 

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^g 


§1 


02.2 


• 4^ 
<1g 


o-s 


^1^ 


1i 


W s 


fab 






«n 


^^ 


c-= 


a8 


H o 


U o 


dS 


(2:3 


a 






^g 

Eq 
^ 






ci5 


02 


B3 S 


1-5 


B ft 


o 


05 


Precinct 1 


138 


10 


171 


150 


11 


123 


9 


166 




188 


- 2.... 


348 


23 


105 


343 


10 


350 


11 


91 




210 


" 3... 


362 


31 


33 


360 


17 


366 


17 


30 




173 


" 4.... 


170 


19 


81 


143 


17 


133 


13 


80 




139 


- 6.... 


304 


36 


73 


283 


23 


269 


16 


66 


1 


186 


" 6.... 


251 


25 


73 


229 


17 


229 


11 


64 




168 


Totals 


1,573 


144 


536 


1,508 


95 


1,470 


77 


497 


1 


1,059 



Ward 6. 


3 
"3 
o 

H.2 
o t 

O o 

o 

P 


M 

o 

o 


< 

in 


« 

Hi 

o 

o 

►J CD 

go 


Hi 


H o 

Hi — ■ 

O 

2S 


* 

M 

!i 

M 

Q . 

. +J 
<^g 

o 
H O 

go 

o 


3 

P5 O 




03 


Precinct 1 

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

" 5.... 
" 6. . 

" 7.... 
" 8.... 


11 

30 
28 
16 
56 
5 
50 
17 


23 
31 

■ 78 
45 
70 

115 
45 
25 


272 
320 
324 
266 
263 
85 
249 
238 


234 
289 
262 
258 
241 
76 
250 
242 


22 
25 
26 
25 
53 
130 
43 
7 


7 
19 
69 

9 
18 

3 
30 
11 


232 
280 
256 
268 
278 
72 
221 
217 


10 
15 
33 
11 
16 
3 
21 
10 


26 
35 
11 
35 
58 
121 
42 
13 


213 
267 
293 
441 
366 
119 
318 
264 


Totals 


213 


432 


2,017 


1,852 


331 


166 


1,824 


119 


341 


2,281 



*Elected. 



82 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Meiiilbers of Coininoii Council, 
City Election,- 1901. 













* 


* 




03 










H 










<D 










o 






o 
S 


'ci 


ft 








>H 


M 




« 




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K 


« 


Q 


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1Z5 


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r. O 


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w 


• 


Jz; 


Q 


H CC 


3 c> 




Ward 7. 




• i-H 

§1 


-^ 2 




fi.2 

O 


^1 

o 


§.2 
rt 2 




1/3 




O ft 


<! ft 


^1 


i c 


;z; s 


2^ 


risi ■ 




w 

M 






1-5 




a 
S 


Precinct 1 . . . 


73 


78 


89 


70 


90 


81 


8 


52 


104 


" 2... 


49 


52 


102 


52 


103 


113 


11 


144 


250 


" 3... 


85 


94 


161 


88 


140 


160 


21 


173 


308 


" 4... 


113 


107 


91 


110 


85 


82 


15 


84 


174 


" 5... 


21 


19 


329 


30 


301 


282 


13 


132 


262 


" 6... 


23 


22 


178 


42 


200 


198 


14 


106 


288 


Totals 


364 


372 


950 


392 


919 


916 


82 


69 i 


1,386 



Waed 8. 


Hi 

M 

K . 
P PI 
P5| 


S 
e o 

^ i 

-5 


« 

h! o 
■ H O 

^ a 


^ 
r 


'A 
<^ 

S.2 
^ o 

w O 

s a 

M Q 


3 
"3 

o 
« S 
H S 

Ph 


go 
pq .„ 
S o 

pq 


Si 

J o 

<1 


* 


w 
u 

03 
ft 

HO 

H . 

qp 

pq 


C 


Precinct 1 

" 2 

" 3 

'' 4 

" o 

" 6 


19 
90 
187 
68 
40 
82 


53 

96 

50 

142 

112 

170 


452 
305 
108 
351 
403 
464 


37 
88 
136 
80 
64 
85 


428 
269 
112 
320 
369 
410 


13 
25 
11 
28 
49 
36 


14 
25 
11 
27 
42 
31 


33 
83 
139 
71 
56 
67 


427 
257 
79 
'^91 
358 
. 384 


77 

76 

40 

150 

137 

125 


184 
270 
135 
287 
272 
273 


Totals 


486 


623 


2,083 


490 


1,908 


162 


150 


449 


1,796 


605 


1,421 



* Elected. 



Election Department. 



83 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Ward 9. 


> o 


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^ CD 
1-3 


k3 

-^ 2 


* 

Hi 
« 

C5 

N) 

H 

so 


"o 

a CO 

o 


CO 

« 
< 


o 

1 


M 


o 

p 

1-5 . 

H a 
W OS 

03.2 

iz; & 


as 


Precinct 1 . . . . 

" 2.... 
" 3.... 
" 4-.... 
' 5.... 

" e.... 

" 7.... 


38 
27 
24 
30 
21 
16 
15 


328 
384 
355 
348 
187 
145 
357 


31 
28 
15 
32 
15 
17 
21 


314 
359 
320 
346 
178 
154 
386 


31 
35 
19 
36 

22 
17 
27 


332 
364 
348 
297 
171 
]22 
283 


80 
72 
11 
7] 
156 
154 
76 


66 
65 
13 
60 
153 
144 
42 


80 
75 
12 
69 
162 
164 
56 


389 
280 
395 
271 
207 
138 
231 


Totals 


171 


2,104 


159 


2,057 


187 


1,917 


620 


543 


618 


1,911 



Waed 10. 


P3 ft 


:^ 2 

'^ 2 

-< 2 

Hi <» 
<1P 


O c« 

0.2 
C5 


3 . 

S.2 
o 


H 
O o 

O g 
P? o 

ft s 


> 

Hi 
h^ 

t3 . 
C/3 O 

t>, o 

a 2 
^ a 

O ai 


» 

MS 

rv] r— i 
3 ^ 
^« 


a 

Hi 

o 
'A 

H . 

«.2 
. -p 

o 
P^ o 

g a 
o 


a 

CD 
4J 

o 
C/3 


s 


Precinct 1 

" 2 

" 3 .... . 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 


76 
179 
183 
228 
174 
232 
415 
348 
262 


14 

10 

25 

8 

9 

11 

. 14 

23 

8 


74 
169 
183 
22 J 
164 
228 
427 
354 
264 


133 

95 
45 
33 
24 
58 
49 
96 
48 


10 

6 
13 

5 
7 
8 
3 
16 
4 


150 
122 
48 
32 
26 
58 
54 
108 
51 


82 
171 
168 
209 
159 
222 
405 
376 
255 


148 
106 
51 
33 
31 
59 
67 
110 
59 


* i 


234 
150 
133 
125 

99 
126 
140 
193 

81 


Totals 


2,097 


• 122 


2,084 


581 


72 


649 


2,046 


664 


1 


1,281 



* Elected. 



84 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 









S 












* 
















H 




O 


(H 




* 






H 




^ 


N 








Ward 11. 




So- 
fa-^ 


O . 


'-+3 










W 1=1 


o 
IS 


si 








dx 

^ 




^P5 




gs 


^fi 


%^ 


^« 






S 


W 


^ 


« 


m 


pp 


Precinct 1 


246 


102 


157 


109 


236 


185 


117 


" 2 


241 


152 


130 


119 


218 


231 


220 


" 3...... 


206 


169 


233 


181 


196 


158 


141 


" 4 


271 


124 


223 


125 


272 


188 


138 


'' 5 


259 


29 


146 


29 


269 


174 


63 


'' 6 


204 


24 


91 


26 


209 


151 


57 


" 7 


258 


23 


109 


24 


270 


199 


77 


" 8 


250 


26 


134 


25 


268 


181 


67 


" 9 


294 


49 


150 


50 


298 


214 


88 


Totals 


2,229 


698 


1,373 


688 


2,236 


1,681 


968 



Wabd 12. 


o 
pqg 

« a 


'A 
P3 2 


* 

O 


1-5 


H 

K 2 

<« S 

a a: 


1-1 
■<^ 

o o 
o 

!'^ 

K 2 
a S 


«-: 

O cS 

1^; o 

CO o 

^ 2 


H O 

22 


* 

< 

a 
t( • 

^§ 

. o 

^^ 


s 


Precinct 1 . . . 
" 2... 
" 3... 
" 4... 

" 5... 
" 6... 

" 7... 


130 
80 
131 
133 
121 
362 
260 


106 
68 
140 
131 
120 
338 
282 


353 
297 
180 
284 
250 
216 
144 


346 
296 
160 
280 
230 
161 
102 


107 
73 
142 
147 
125 
333 
268 


12 

7 

3 

11 

12 

26 

7 


13 
10 

6 
15 
13 
22 

8 


13 
9 
5 
13 
13 
35 
15 


347 
297 
159 
257 
229 
159 
93 


148- 
69 
94 
115 
12& 
220 
150 


Totals 


1,217 


1,185 


1,724 


1,575 


1,195 


78 


87 


103 


1,541 


925 



* Elected, 



Election Department. 



85 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 















* 














» 






* 








>H 




IZi 


111' 


< 


Hi 








M 


H 


<) 


o 


M 










P3 


W 


K 


!z; 


O 


H 








<1 


H 


H 


>^ 


o 




Wakd 13. 








^.1 


















SO 




a 






o 


1-5 


f!H 


f^ 


H 


<1 


M 


Precinct 


1 


65 


49 


311 


78 


305 


283 


262 


•■' 


2 


36 


27 


304 


99 


264 


267 


299 


u 


3 


37 


31 


286 


80 


266 


271 


238 


" 


4...... 


50 


46 


320 


67 


293 


296 


215 


(1 


5 


55 


51 


284 


58 


288 


295 


223 


(I 


6 


60 


60 


239 


60 


260 


233 


225 


u 


7 


50 


49 


354 


78 


293 


302 


263 


u 


8 


44 


34 


310 


44 


253 


265 


214 


Totals 


397 


347 


2,408 


564 


2,222 


2,212 


1,939 











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td 


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03 


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M d 


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J/2 o' 


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h^ CS 


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H '-iS 


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H g 


h-; ?^ 


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g ft 




iz;^ 
rf 

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H 

H g 

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a 

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Pm 





i-i 


P5 


m 


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Precinct 1 


98 


96 


432 


99 


432 


481 




219 




' 2 


41 


33 


487 


35 


474 


500 




152 




' 3 


112 


101 


287 


107 


283 


283 




102 




' 4 


158 


145 


228 


145 


212 


226 




140 




' 5 


217 


202 


232 


190 


223 


222 




169 




' 6 


177 


159 


221 


159 


201 


187 




165 




' 7 


170 


150 


348 


156 


330 


339 


1 


150 


" 8 


187 


173 


141 


179 


288 


273 




412 


Totals 


1,160 


1,059 


2,376 


1,070 


2,443 


2,511 


1 


1,509 



* Elected. 



86 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 









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6 


32 


189 


191 


38 


29 


14 


171 


98 


" 2 


19 


32 


370 


407 


35 


29 


12 


369 


185 


" 3 


13 


70 


271 


275 


67 


69 


14 


290 


104 


" 4 


10 


87 


244 


248 


86 


75 


8 


265 


132 


" 5 


18 


84 


280 


286 


97 


81 


15 


291 


156 


" 6 


15 


143 


193 


214 


141 


143 


18 


223 


131 


7 


24 


114 


242 


251 


111 


102 


21 


254 


135 


" 8 


22 


113 


259 


253 


89 


92 


18 


257 


175 


Totals 


127 


675 


2,048 


2,125 


664 


620 


120 


2,120 


1,116 







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123 


155 


139 


115 


139 


154 


150 


2 


122 


115 


255 


99 


254 


337 


237 


" 3 


200 


182 


328 


162 


319 


385 


272 


4 


311 


279 


163 


263 


129 


112 


141 


5 


219 


192 


198 


222 


186 


165 


136 


" 6 


312 


287 


98 


289 


65 


64 


136 


7 


149 


119 


327 


223 


408 


288 


286 


Totals 


1,436 


1,329 


1,508 


1,373 


1,500 


1,505 


1,358 



' Elected. 



Election Department. 



89 



Votes Cast for Memlbers of Conimou Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Ward 17. 


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

" 5... 
" 6... 

" 7... 
" 8... 
" 9... 


29 
24 
14 
39 
40 
35 
48 
80 
35 


273 
290 
154 
224 

277 
296 
339 
412 

225 


254 
303 
156 
204 
268 
290 
329 
377 
213 


239 
282 
149 
206 
249 
256 
313 
395 
210 


50 

40 

144 

200 

57 

26 

45 

110 

146 


53 
43 

163 

210 

56 

24 

51 

126 

149 


54 

41 

145 

212 

54 

27 

44 

123 

149 


188 
120 

89 
130 

88 
141 
130 
192 
115 


Totals 


344 


2,490 


2,394 


2,299 


818 


875 


849 


1,193 













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1... 


118 


330 


17 


162 


103 


336 


299 


21 


249 


" 


2.... 


134 


298 


16 


1.32 


1,36 


276 


262 


15 


255 


ii 


3 .... 


210 


190 


33 


204 


196 


201 


161 


35 


285 


(( 


4.... 


217 


306 


18 


216 


192 


301 


274 


20 


355 


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59 


384 


11 


170 


62 


406 


440 


19 


348 


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6.... 


136 


320 


16 


244 


119 


332 


328 


20 


261 


Totals 


874 


1,828 


111 


1,128 


808 


1,852 


1,764 


130 


1,753 



* Elected. 



86 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 

















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337 


135 


43 


272 


288 


157 


144 


25 


186 


2 


296 


78 


29 


254 


260 


81 


75 


24 


184 


3 


477 


48 


34 


418 


440 


51 


29 


29 


262 


4 


351 


54 


37 


306 


344 


79 


52 


29 


191 


5 


206 


114 


28 


203 


217 


120 


114 


22 


137 


6 


324 


139 


51 


281 


304 


151 


134 


35 


159 


7 


593 


142 


33 


528 


530 


149 


116 


59 


283 


8 


396 


104 


97 


363 


398 


10 


92 


33 


433 


Totals 


2,980 


814 


352 


2,625 


2,781 


798 


756 


256 


1,835 





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404 


294 


284 


288 


387 


398 


171 


" 2 


401 


303 


289 


300 


376 


382 


193 


" 3 


288 


285 


276 


276 


277 


281 


111 


" 4 


177 


353 


329 


340 


162 


178 


165 


" 5 


374 


318 


356 


323 


368 


367 


159 


" 6 


506 


230 


249 


211 


501 


494 


230 


" 7 


435 


174 


215 


174 


431 


443 


153 


" 8 


545 


175 


234 


171 


531 


540 


165 


Totals 


3,130 


2,132 


2,226 


2,083 


3,033 


3,083 


1,347 










* 


Elected. 











Election Department. 



89 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Wabd 21. 


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" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 

" 9 


162 
229 
123 
133 
182 
100 
219 
156 
213 


255 
212 
156 

267 
244 
342 
258 
398 
387 


148 
178 
109 
118 
173 
106 
218 
149 
198 


254 
203 
159 
277 
247 
346 
259 
392 
326 


144 
181 
116 
121 
176 
89 
203 
145 
183 


252 
202 
156 
274 
253 
344 
304 
397 
315 


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186 
217 

96 
151 
126 

83 
198 
136 
175 


Totals 


1,517 


2,519 


1,397 


2,463 


1,358 


2,497 


3 


1,368 







* Elected. 



90 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 



Ward 22. 


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" 6 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 


266 
311 
289 
184 
211 
75 
93 
284 


25 
24 
17 
19 
33 
14 
12 
14 


31 
24 
18 
13 
34 
9 
7 
19 


267 
314 
299 
166 
226 
72 
90 
244 


343 
85 
56 
314 
209 
286 
292 
221 


19 
11 

8 
10 
12 
10 

1 
10 


25 

20 

6 

13 

2* 

9 

3 

19 


Totals 


1,713 


158 


155 


1,678 


1,806 


81 


119 



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" 3 

" 4 

" 5 

" 6 

" 7 

" 8 


339 
92 
67 

274 
186 
274 
297 
193 


22 
13 

5 
10 
14 
10 

2 
18 


337 
93 

57 
248 
180 
257 
299 
185 


271 

306 
306 
157 
218 
67 
81 
227 


83 
30 
12 

41 

100 

49 

47 
38 


369 
162- 
174 
294 
209 
122 
174 
187 


Totals 


1,722 


94 


1,656 


1,633 


400 


1,691 





* Elected. 



Election Depaetment. 



91 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 





























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175 


139 


118 


221 


119 


183 


2 


90 


" 2 


97 


352 


327 


141 


307 


95 




130 


" 3 


110 


343 


325 


134 


325 


103 




199 


" 4 


198 


300 


286 


217 


268 


191 




115 


" 5 


354 


271 


275 


289 


286 


287 




176 


" 6 


404 


138 


95 


352 


120 


368 




152 


" 7 


312 


84 


70 


284 


81 


292 




59 


" 8 


293 


168 


69 


308 


73 


305 




104 


" 9 


99 


211 


142 


91 


132 


81 




87 


Totals 


2,042 


2,006 


1,707 


2,037 


1,711 


1,905 


2 


1,112 







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William E. Hannan,* 
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Precinct 1 . . . 
" 2... 
" 3... 
" 4... 
" 6... 
" 6... 
" 7... 
" 8... 
" 9... 


172 
219 
367 
241 
279 
210 
400 
438 
263 


172 

200 
351 
219 
265 
211 
403 
445 
270 


251 
181 
204 
219 
137 
199 
163 
184 
147 


172 

218 
363 
248 
286 
218 
391 
436 
263 


243 
167 
180 
164 
107 
181 
123 
195 
146 


272 
169 
197 
167 
112 
178 
120 
177 
131 


12 
17 
23 
15 
5 
8 
12 
23 
13 


13 
12 
21 
15 
5 
4 
11 
24 
15 


223 
137 
199 
167 
106 
126 
189 
211 
141 


Totals 


2,589 


2,536 


1,685 


2,595 


1,506 


1,523 


128 


120 


1,499 



* Elected. 



92 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Members of Common Council, 
City Election, 1901. 





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H 


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Precinct 1 


286 


194 


22 


279 


313 


188 


202 


184 


" 2 


393 


79 


19 


378 


381 


69 


78 


145 


" 3 


323 


79 


20 


315 


312 


65 


56 


129 


" 4 


108 


231 


44 


106 


280 


171 


190 


232 


" 5 


170 


262 


18 


171 


239 


255 


231 


157 


" 6 


288 


203 


29 


275 


292 


215 


165 


189 


" 7 


176 


323 


15 


167 


188 


296 


272 


174 


Totals 


1,744 


1,371 


167 


1,691 


2,005 


1,259 


1,194 


1,210 







* Elected. 



Election Department. 



93 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



WAKD 1. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George B. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Eleon, I. W. V 

Jacol) Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow,'!. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Total . 



Precincts. 



1. 2 



4. 5 



25 
4 

SO 
401 
393 

74 
148 

3 
3 

2 

'385 

S2 

6 

25 

11 

84 

5 

392 

270 

4 

14 

403 

398 

383] 318 

30 



92 
30 

300 
90 
80 

291 
32 
59 
23 
20 
15 
80 

287 
30 
64 
28 

285 

8 

82 

146 
13 
57 

182 

162 

164 
51 



55 

19 

261 

199 

196 

243 

56 

56 

17 

18 

16 

192 

251 

38 

63 

38 

239 

20 

193 

198 

7 

45 

250 

242 

243 

41 



28 

290 

165 

157 

274 

32 

52 

17 

14 

13 

156 

268 

40 

69 

26 

271 

14 

152 

199 

14 

60 

234 

210 

206 

51 



17 

4 

60 

154 

145 

49 

40 

13 

9 

9 

9 

144 

50 

6 

11 

4 

56 

9 

147 

136 

1 

11 

160 

151 

146 

9! 



Blanks. 



416 



612 566 833 



1,282 



1,276 



1,129 490 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


17 


18 


''iS 


"1 


52 


92 


90 


102 


13 


431 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


240 


331 


411 


390 


258 


88 


197 


165 


150 


2,230 


Randall G.Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A.,D.,R 


242 


333 


420 


389 


296 


147 


225 


193 


147 


2,392 




'i'1 


-10 


7"' 


67 


177 


253 


226 


247 


68 


1 204 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


12 


14 


20 


10 


42 


55 


45 


65 


19 


282 






Total 


















6,539 
























Blanks 


135 


128 


180 


164 


241 


353 


335 


284 


113 


1 933 







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



94 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for Scliool Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOE THREE YEARS. 



Ward 2. 



Precincts. 



5. 



Martha, Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. JL 

Jobn A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Heury Elirlicb, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Hontenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Rnssell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S : 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D.,R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



81 
17 

313 
90 

104 

311 
33 
52 
19 
14 
9 
97 

306 
38 
69 
41 

310 

105 

183 

2 

46 
223 
192 
19 

42 



Total. 



Blanks 1,344 896 1,251 1,125 1,026 859 1,439 1,4 

I 



74 

16 

302 

117 

113 

286 

37 

47 

11 

13 

9 

112 

291 

31 

63 

28 

286 

11 

102 

197 

4 

62 

220 

193 

172 

33 



78 
34 

290 
94 
93 

287 
39 
57 
16 
16 
17 
93 

287 
41 
63 
24 

285 
13 
86 

145 

58 
198 
174 
170 

40 



65 
16 

249 
79 
77 

245 
20 
48 
10 
8 
10 
70 

248 
31 
45 
24 

240 

9 

7' 

131 

7 

52 

160 

139 

133 
42 



34 
355 

82 
78 

347 
28 
64 
24 
21 
22 
SI 

343 
35 
67 
26 

336 
13 
73 

167 
15 
69 

200 

179 

177 
47 



102 

89 

343 

109 

103 

329 

40 

61 

22 

24 

19 

98 

319 

44 

78 

54 

317 

19 

96 

183 

11 

74 

318 

19' 

183 

66 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


92 
105 
166 
267 

65 


S4 
64 
103 

187 
48 


98 
120 
186 
274 

49 


94 

92 

156 

255 

69 


72 
74 
118 
221 
52 


67 

140 
194 
201 
47 


97 

78 

140 

316 

72 


107 
120 
181 
290 
68 




711 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V. 


S. A., R 

,P.S. A.,D.R 


793 
1,244 
2,011 


Daniel C. Siillivau, D. S ^ 


470 


Total 












5,229 


























365 


252 


293 


292 


277 


255 


399 


412 




2,545 







D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Socia'; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



95 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR TUREE YEARS. 



Wakd 3. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S . L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Frank Dow, 1. W. V., P. S. A.,R 

Henry Ehrlich, D 

iouis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L , 

Eerdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifield, D. S. 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson , S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Total 



Blanks 



Pkecincts. 



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



35 

11 

115 

274 

266 

105 

113 

28 

S 

8 

8 

264 

109 

16 

25 

14 

109 

4 

267 

204 

5 

30 

303 

289 

276 

21 



34 

357 

128 

130 

347 

49 

51 

10 

11 

11 

121 

358 

40 

85 

43 

349 

10 

122 

129 

10 

79 

339 

177 

191 

68 



64 

17 

309 

148 

162 

293 

62 

39 

14 

12 

11 

153 

292 

22 

61 

28 

290 

6 

154 

224 

9 

61 

254 

223 

224 

45 



1,055 



103 
30 

456 
71 
67 

420 
22 
88 
16 
15 
18 
63 

449 
44 
89 
42 

423 
10 
65 

209 
11 
96 

208 

165 

183 
68 



1,457 



104 
33 

439 
67 
71 

399 
42 
71 
11 
15 
12 
69 

419 
33 
98 
46 

413 
10 
57 

187 
10 

126 

210 

160 

156 
73 



1.51'; 



68 
27 

330 
25 
26 

335 
10 
47 
7 
13 
10 
23 

316 
31 
74 
28 

307 

5 

21 

130 
8 
66 

132 

105 

100 
41 



1,075 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


31 
263 

274 
102 
37 


70 
144 
166 
125 

95 


55 
161 
322 
260 

68 


105 
74 
137 
438 
105 


94 

72 

141 

379 

125 


59 
28 
82 
■299 
83 


1 




414 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 








742 


Randall G. Alorris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 








1 022 


Joseph Santosuosso, D 








1 603 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 








513 










Total 












4 ''94 


























Blanks 


141 


488 


292 


363 


401 


289 




1.974 













D. faignifles Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social : I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



96 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

. FOR THREE YEARS. 



Wakd 4. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S . . 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Hoiitenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahouey, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William P. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. E 

Russell P.. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. . . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Total . 



Blanks 1,148 



Precincts. 



301 

87 
87 

267 
33 
30 
19 
14 

■ 16 
77 

296 
18 
68 
29 

286 

9 

75 

156 
10 
63 

180 

138 

138 
45 



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



47 
19 

287 
33 
32 

276 
13 
43 
15 
13 
11 
28 

283 
32 
61 
24 

273 
11 
31 

121 
10 
63 

131 

100 

107 
33 



1,071 738 



FOR ONE YEAR. 





66 

87 
128 
258 

78 


32 
173 
199 
127 

43 


42 

205 

219 

189 

57 


47 
121 
166 
224 

64 


37 

26 

87 

260 

97 


48 
98 
127 
147 
55 








272 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 








710 








926 
1,205 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


394 















Total 










3,507 
























297 


142 


238 


244 


285 


179 








1,385 











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



Election Department. 



9T 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 5. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

•George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., K 

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

Henrj- Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, T). S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L. 

Henry C. Iless, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha jSEerrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merrilt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L, 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Eeary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, f.W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Precincts. 



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



55 
22 
368 
129 
140 
329 
44 
35 
8 



128 

339 

19 

51 

14 

345 

3 

122 

234 

9 

60 

249 

217 

205 

35 



62 
27 

338 
41 
39 

329 
16 
51 
20 
11 
13 
39 

329 
25 
62 
32 

322 
8 
33 

123 

7 

72 

141 

113 
98 
48 



64 
15 

281 
92 
93 

256 
31 
42 
10 
10 
11 
95 

257 
30 
58 
29 

256 
10 
88 

151 

9 

69 

183 

162 

153 



21 

200 
99 
78 

195 
19 
40 
19 
16 
16 
78 

194 
17 
43 
21 

193 
9 
80 

119 

5 

47 

149 

126 

124 
53 



Total 



Blanks , 



387 1,176 



1,425 



1,049 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A, Grady, D. S 


21 
233 

248 
94 

27 


49 
126 
183 
320 

74 


84 
36 
95 
304 
80 


27 
100 
111 
118 

38 


73 

87 

132 

258 

71 


45 

84 

113 

182 

69 










Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 








666 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 








882 


Joseph SantosuosBO, D 








1,276 
359 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 











Total 


















3,482 




105 






168 














Blanks 


336 


357 


267 


239 


1,472 











D. signifles Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



98 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Coniniittee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 6. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


5 
o 




52 

n 

251 

28 

27 

248 

9 

4 

8 

9 

5 

28 

242 

45 

19 

19 

244 

24 

25 

100 

7 

53 

107 

80 

73 

25 


68 
26 

357 
70 
64 

277 
28 
16 
16 
14 
16 
52 

271 
33 
16 
30 

264 

8 

53 

149 

5 

68 

153 

132 

129 
37 


60 
15 

260 
64 
53 

260 
23 
45 
13 
7 
11 
62 

276 
30 
72 
52 

272 
13 
52 

130 

4 

36 

149 

119 

123 
23 


61 
16 

250 
43 
39 

228 
28 
41 
15 
11 
11 
38 

222 
25 
41 
24 

207 
8 
38 
90 
9 
43 
83 
83 
78 
30 


72 

21 

209 

111 

106 

227 

49 

52 

12 

17 

11 

101 

197 

30 

35 

12 

190 

5 

95 
117 
6 
38 
159 
140 
138 
35 


25 

6 

60 

171 

164 

56 

40 

14 

8 

6 

14 

160 

55 

10 

31 

5 

63 

6 

167 

146 

4 

7 

177 

176 

169 

12 


71 
31 

210 
72 
63 

210 
36 
50 
13 
18 
15 
66 

191 
34 
48 
31 

193 
12 
62 
93 
13 
52 

126 

110 

109 
41 


38 
14 

260 
21 
15 

247 

6 

36 

' 
4 

4 

15 

250 
24 
47 
17 

238 
6 
12 

109 

2 

49 

105 
91 
90 
32 




437 




140i 


John A Brett, D 


1,857 


George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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


580' 

531 

1,75$ 


Louis C Elson, I.W.V 


21& 




25S 




92: 


Henry C Hess S. L 


86- 


Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


87 

522 

1 704- 




231 




304 




19ft 


William F Merritt, D 


1 671 




82; 


Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B Mulvey P. S. A., D., R 


504 
934 


Olaf Nilsson, S. L 


50 




346- 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I, W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor D. S 


1,05» 
931 
909 
235 






Total 




















15,710 
























Blanks 


1,249 


1,376 


1,962 


:2,022 


1,785 


392 


1,491 


1,333 




11,610 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S ■. 


51 
36 
82 
239 
39 


70 
55 
113 

285 
53 


86 

68 

106 

308 

60 


59 
36 
64 
292 
44 


61 
102 
131 
249 

43 


21 
166 
173 

54 
11 


65 
71 
105 
205 
54 


42 
20 
82 
254 
45 




455. 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R... 


551 

85& 

1,88&. 


Daniel C Sullivan, D. S 


349 






Total 














4,100 














111 




325 






Blanks 


301 


356 


416 


451 


406 


364 


2,730 





D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R. Republican; 8. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



99 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 7. 



Precincts. 



Martha Moore Averj^, D. S 

James A. Breenahan, S. L 

John A.Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacol) Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hailog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenhrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J . Kenn}^, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merriiield, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B.Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D. R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine^ Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. 8. A., D., R. . . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Total. 



Blanks 



397 



67 

26 

214 

163 

152 

193 

67 

34 

12 

10 

9 

154 

205 

25 

54 

20 

203 

8 

143 

162 

7 

48 

237 

200 

214 

44 



51 

23 

99 

145 

141 

92 

54 

26 

10 

6 

11 

137 

93 

12 

35 

15 

94 

10 

136 

123 

6 

35 

176 

145 

149 

2 



99 
44 

348 
49 
49 

301 
26 
47 
21 
19 
16 
56 

330 
35 
95 
38 

312 
16 
43 

144 
12 
72 

168 

122 

137 
44 



36 

226 
49 
45 

212 
16 
31 
9 
11 
9 
46 

224 
21 
59 
25 

207 



99 

8 

46 

121 

89 



1,025 



709 



1,429 1,222 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A.Grady, D. S 


25 
107 
117 

74 
35 


48 
113 
138 
125 

66 


70 
163 

182 

181 

59 


34 

146 

150 

85 

43 


74 
48 
99 
298 
118 


66 

41 

105 

195 

87 








317 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 








618 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 








791 
958 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 








408 












Total 




















3 092 
























Blanks 


106 


202 


269 


182 


381 


272 








1,412 













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



100 



City Document No, 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 8. 



Mai-tba Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Eerdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifield, D. S . . 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. E 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., U., R... . 
David Taylor, D. S 



Precincts. 



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



87 
32 

402 
47 
40 

415 
30 
74 
15 
17 
12 
44 

400 
41 
74 
41 

395 
12 
45 

165 
14 
77 

184 

165 

159 
53 



103 

47 

272 

128 

122 

264 

53 

71 

28 

24 

24 

187 

252 

42 

74 

48 

256 

17 

124 

173 

20 

62 

231 

200 

192 

55 



31 
13 

85 

255 

252 

87 

84 

13 

2 

3 

2 

257. 

82 

7 

26 

12 

95 

3 

251 

216 

9 

18 
283 
287 
282 

19 



88 

43 

341 

130 

118 

355 

57 

79 

22 

19 

19 

131 

327 

43 

S4 

43 

333 

11 

117 

214 

9 

74 

260 

204 

208 

60 



111 

27 

357 

92 

84 

353 

35 

97 

20 

17 

14 

97 

342 

74 

65 

57 

335 

15 

83 

175 

10 

93 

206 

167 

172 



125 

43 

437 

100 

126 

429 

40 

85 

33 

27 

25 

131 

421 

53 

104 

59 

413 

19 

119 

241 

17 

91 

293 

234 

237 

77 



Total . 



Blanks . 



1,608 



1,563 



1,919 



1,893 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A Grady D. S 


82 
57 
143 
360 
89 


86 
131 
192 
246 

81 


27 
251 

208 
72 
29 


96 
145 

218 

299 

91 


103 

95 

170 

326 

108 


110 
115 
211 

405 
127 








504 


Joseph Morrill I W V PSA R. 








794 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 








1,202 








1,708 


Daniel C Sullivan D. S 








525 
































4,733 




























431 


340 


141 


389 


474 


^00 


2,275 













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



Election Department. 



101 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 9. 



Precincts. 



1, 2 



4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Prank Dow, I. W. V., P. 8. A., R 

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacoh Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

S.imantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

MarkB. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce,'!. W. V., P. S. A., D. R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



113 

35 

288 

111 

102 

274 

40 

73 

19 

22 

16 

104 

263 

61 

6ii 

42 

270 

24 

101 

158 

15 

60 

216 

179 

167 



92 

40 

838 

118 

107 

329 

41 

55 

20 

22 

18 

107 

322 

34 

58 

32 

321 

12 

99 

194 

9 

56 

220 

181 

183 



92 
28 

340 
23 
22 

329 
13 
66 
14 
13 
10 
25 

312 
43 
48 
39 

317 
16 
16 

112 

9 

56 

135 

105 
95 
57 



93 
39 

332 
91 
95 

304 
37 
55 
27 
39 
25 
95 

319 
48 
72 
35 

308 
16 
93 

191 
12 
69 

208 

176 

165 
67 



49 
13 

152 

226 

219 

154 

92 

34 

5 

8 

3 

219 

148 

21 

27 

21 

153 

13 

222 

206 

9 

27 

291 

259 

258 

26 



91 
26 

834 
83 
79 

315 
33 
49 
15 
12 
21 
72 

321 
40 
76 
36 

308 

15 

70 

-159 

7 

70 

211 

175 

168 
44 



Total . 



Blanks 1,726 



1,661 1,841 



1,277 897 708 1,290 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


79 


72 


88 


8"^ 


27 


99 


77 






454 


.Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. 


A., R 


110 


121 


26 


102 


227 


235 


65 






886 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P 


.S. A.,D.R 


160 


183 


92 


161 


259 


270 


141 






1,266 


Joseph Santosnosso, D 




254 


308 


320 


300 


132 


m 


299 






1 724 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


89 


72 


77 


100 


48 


33 


98 






517 






Total 












4,847 
























Blanks 


456 


422 


441 


327 


245 


192 


350 






'> 433 







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



102 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Waed 10. 



Martha Mooie Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L .. 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

liouis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Eerdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. v., P. S.-A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S , 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. v., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A.. D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L. 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert Treat Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S 

Scattering 



Precincts. 



1. 2. 3. 4 



Total . 



Blanks 786 



617 497 433 523 608 450 781 



FOR ON^E 


YEAR. 


















John A. Gradv, D. S 


41 

89 
1-20 
144 

48 


21 
171 

187 

89 

41 

2 


33 
224 
210 
44 
24 


17 

264 

258 

19 

13 


5 
170 
165 
20 

6 


14 

286 

283 

38 

17 


9 

562 

552 

38 

11 


30 

431 

447 

94 

52 


13 

316 

321 

46 

19 


183 


Joseph Morrill, I. AY. V., P. S. A., R 

Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Joseph Sautosuosso, D 

Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


2,513 

2,543 

532 

231 


Scattering 


2 






















Total 




















6,004 
























Blanks 


208 


219 


141 


123 


150 


154 


170 


242 


115 


1 522 







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



Election Department. 



103 



Votes Cast for Scliool Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 11. 



Precincts. 



1. 2. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

rrank Dow, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Henrj' Ehrlich, D 

I.ouis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Hontenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Pati-ick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Xilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce„I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S.. 

Scattering 



29 
15 
100 
335 
334 
9' 

128 

17 

7 

4 

4 

331 

98 

12 

25 

13 

115 

7 

330 

264 

4 

21 

376 

360 

352 

18 



37 

11 

121 

236 

229 

117 

51 

25 

10 

8 

9 

230 

122 

15 

33 

19 

114 

9 

225 

213 

29 

272 

247 

248 

20 



Total 



Blanks 492 



1,015 



10 

2 

21 

433 

437 

25 

97 

5 

3 

1 

442 
24 
6 
8 
4 

24 

3 

436 

379 

2 

9 

439 

440 

410 

1 



753 523 



171 



FOR ON"E YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D.S 


24 

319 

342 

81 

32 


37 
231 
242 
105 

24 


34 
337 
348 
138 

49 


16 
454 
468 

97 
24 


2 

419 

420 

16 

2 


6 

333 

323 

13 

6 


5 
435 

428 
14 
8 


5 

431 

432 

13 

3 


6 

429 

425 

16 

8 


135 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A. 


, R 


3,388 

3,428 

493 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. 
Joseph Santosuosso, D 


A.,D.,R 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


156 






Total : 




















7,600. 






















Blanks 


174 


279 


226 


203 


81 


69 


78 


92 


120 


1,322 





D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Repiiblican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



104 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOE THREE YEARS. 



Ward 12. 



Precincts. 



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



Martha Mooi-e Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S.A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

OlafNilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R . . 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S 



Total . 



Blanks 



96 

42 

342 

208 

207 

323 

60 

62 

27 

21 

23 

210 

318 

45 

85 

38 

307 

17 

199 

299 

19 

61 

.351 

284 

286 

52 



36 

282 

135 

129 

253 

48 

48 

13 

11 

8 

128 

268 

24 

61 

27 

259 

9 

123 

213 

9 

59 

219 

191 

189 

50 



1,068 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


32 
475 
494 

85 
44 


14 

441 

454 

48 

16 


27 
233 
249 
116 

29 


33 
323 
334 
113 

45 


34 

287 
284 
86 
27 


89 
214 
257 
292 
106 


60 
128 
178 
320 

79 






289> 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


2,101 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 


2,25& 
1,060 


Daniel C Sullivan D. S 


34e 










Total 




















6,046 
















217 








Blanks ' 


210 


197 


172 


218 


208 


358 


1,580 







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



Election Department. 



105 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 18. 



Precincts. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Frank Dow, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Henry Ehrlich, D 

LouiB C. Elsou, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Miilvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce,!. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. . . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



121 
57 

286 
33 
32 

272 
15 
62 
20 
19 
18 
33 

304 
45 
94 
36 

296 
12 
30 

108 

5 

76 

113 
79 



90 
42 

275 
25 
22 

243 
12 
53 
19 
15 
17 
25 

277 
34 
60 
35 

246 
13 
25 

123 
13 
64 

132 
77 
86 
50 



Total . 



Blanks 



1,398 



1,447 



86 
27 

277 
23 
20 

253 
10 
45 
17 
12 
12 
22 

266 
31 
70 
23 

240 
7 
25 
92 
10 
61 

105 
75 
80 



100 
34 

296 
43 
40 

286 
16 
55 
15 
13 
8 
40 

298 
40 
88 
30 

282 

9 

39 

149 
13 
88 

147 

110 

103 
67 



97 
48 

297 
46 
51 

259 
14 
53 
14 
10 
9 
50 

295 
25 
69 
31 

277 

8 

52 

142 

9 

71 

130 
96 

127 
56 



36 

255 

56 

59 

230 

27 

45 

12 

12 

9 

62 

251 

37 

68 

33 

240 

8 

65 

132 

3 

73 

138 

112 

112 

50 



97 
34 

302 
36 
32 

278 
9 
53 
12 
15 
15 
31 

317 
39 
87 
44 

287 

9 

32 

138 

8 

83 

129 

101 

104 
59 



82 
28 

265 
42 
34 

260 
22 
61 
18 
12 
10 
28 

265 
37 
72 
26 

247 
10 
32 

125 
5 
61 

134 

104 
97 
45 



1,337 



1,071 



1,232 



1,385 



1,022 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


103 


90 


67 


84 


69 


78 


76 


77 




644 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


43 


28 


28 


43 


47 


65 


41 


31 




326 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. .. 


80 


70 


73 


89 


90 


95 


73 


96 




666 




290 


247 


249 


264 


246 


215 


257 


242 




2,010 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


116 


77 


83 


110 


106 


88 


103 


90 




773 


Total 




















4,419 






















Blanks 


292 


368 


318 


280 


334 


257 


384 


250 




2,483 







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



106 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE TEARS. 



Ward 14. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9, 


3 

c 




122 
43 

42a 

147 
142 
392 

60 

89 

9 

' 17 

14 
136 
406 

45 
104 

51 
397 

10 
133 
284 

12 
102 
329 
275 
267 

70 


122 
42 

431 
62 
54 

403 
23 
76 
23 
17 
16 
55 

428 
45 

115 
38 

391 
15 
43 

195 
10 

115 

210 

155 

156 
91 


76 

17 

269 

150 

141 

253 

61 

28 

12 

16 
145 
280 

24 

70 

39 
258 

11 

143 

219 

8 

62 
272 
212 
211 

40 


58 

15 

196 

209 

206 

187 

98 

41 

11 

6 

4 

201 

216 

32 

64 

29 

194 

7 

199 

194 

6 

42 

271 

245 

241 

33 


75 

29 

206 

292 

388 

196 

153 

43 

9 

7 

13 

290 

225 

26 

61 

25 

212 

9 

296 

221 

12 

63 

370 

332 

327 

48 


62 

18 

165 

257 

242 

159 

118 

34 

12 

8 

7 

240 

187 

23 

47 

19 

164 

7 

340 

227 

5 

40 

321 

388 

377 

35 


84 

44 

303 

238 

330 

266 

93 

46 

12 

10 

9 

228 

304 

26 

72 

25 

287 

6 

228 

270 

11 

73 

352 

316 

395 

48 


76 

23 

284 

247 

231 

245 

71 

45 

15 

30 

11 

235 

279 

27 

70 

39 

265 

10 

333 

v369 

13 

63 

342 

305 

286 

43 




675 




231 


James A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich D 


2,263 
1,602 
1,534 
2,101 


Louis C. ElsoD I. W. V 


676 




401 




103 


Henry C. Hess S. L 


92 




90 


Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


1,530 
2,325 




248 




603 


Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 


255 


William F. Merritt, D 


2,168 


Carl Mever, S. L 


75 


Russell B. Miller, I. W. v., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 


1,515 
1,879 


Olaf Nilsson, S. L 


77 


Stephen O'Leary, D. S 


560 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S 


2,467 

2,128 

2,060 

407 






Total .... . . . 


















28,067 


























1,356 


1,407 


8.32 


836 


878 


798 


993 


1,153 


8,253 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


89 
147 
244 
384 
146 


98 
47 
140 
371 
154 


48 
154 
304 
337 

66 


44 
307 
336 
193 

56 


63 
302 
306 

188 
83 


53 
234 
253 
154 

58 


67 

336 

284 

277 

92 


53 

248 
284 
244 
103 




514 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V. 


S. A.,R 

, P. S. A., D., R 


1,575 
1,951 

2,047 


Daniel C. SuUiyan, D. S 


758 






Total 




















6,845 




348 




255 


225 


234 


249 












372 


262 


290 


2,235 







D. signilies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Volers; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



107 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 15. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


a 
o 




47 
22 

171 
53 
54 

154 
25 
41 
13 
12 
9 
58 

175 
23 
41 
23 

160 
11 
49 
89 

n 

34 
107 
94 
91 

27 


78 
43 

372 
61 
56 

335 
27 
62 
20 
25 
25 
56 

380 
49 
98 
43 

354 
20 
58 

161 
22 
80 

179 

134 

139 
64 


52 
26 

262 
87 
86 

230 
29 
31 
13 
17 
14 
86 

296 
22 
61 
20 

260 
10 
86 

177 
13 
67 

180 

155 

148 
44 


56 

17 

245 

135 

135 

223 

56 

26 

10 

9 

7 

139 

280 

16 

54 

17 

253 

10 

135 

182 

18 

44 

221 

199 

192 

43 


58 

26 

281 

148 

142 

255 

58 

33 

12 

17 

10 

144 

301 

30 

64 

23 

271 

19 

143 

196 

13 

52 

245 

211 

213 

36 


46 

26 

206 

236 

231 

184 

106 

23 

13 

16 

13 

237 

237 

17 

41 

14 

199 

12 

228 

218 

11 

29 

310 

286 

271 

23 


82 

^5 

217 

188 

189 

199 

82 

49 

17 

16 

19 

187 

269 

29 

77 

26 

221 

16 

191 

185 

13 

56 

272 

234 

211 

46 


75 

34 

238 

1.50 

147 

225 

59 

38 

21 

19 

20 

137 

260 

27 

68 

-.5 

239 

16 

142 

159 

10 

48 

228 

190 

1S3 

30 




494 




229 


John A. Brett, D 


1,992 


George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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


1,058 
1,040 


Henrj- Ehrlich, D 


1,805 


Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 


443 




303 




119 


Henry C. Hess, S. L 


131 
117 


Emily P. Ho^vard, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 


1,039 

2,198 


Moses J. Konlkow, D. S 


213 


Patrick Mahoney, D. S 


504 




191 


Willam F. Merritt, D. 


1,957 


Carl Meyer, S. L 


114 


Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mnlvey, P. S. A., D., R 


1,032 
1,367 


Olaf Nilsson, S. L, 


111 


Stephen O'Lcary, D. S 


410 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S 


1,742 

1,503 

1,448 

313 






■■ Total 




















21,872 
























Blanks 


553 


1,155 


904 


878 


935 


777 


930 


948 




7,080 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


55 
57 
84 
146 
59 


78 

59 

122 

322 

116 


56 

91 

134 

241 

75 


48 
132 
181 
222 

69 


46 
143 

202 

251 

68 


34 
246 

270 
187 
59 


58 
184 
213 
203 

84 


56 
150 
187 
218 

84 




431 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P 


A., R 


1,062 


S. A., D., R..., 


1,393 
1,790 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


614 






Total 






5,290 
























Blanks 


135 


327 


247 


248 


274 


206 


272 


239 




1,948 



D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. D., Socialist Labor. 



108 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 16. 



Precincts. 



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



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnalian, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hai'tog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Hontenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R . . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



44 

22 

157 

143 

132 

143 

48 

36 

14 

9 

11 

135 

152 

21 

47 

22 

146 

16 

135 

139 

16 

51 

176 

173 

155 

30 



84 

26 

257 

113 

123 

258 

42 

60 

11 

8 

8 

119 

280 

30 

70 

28 

284 

13 

112 

180 

5 

75 

213 

172 

163 

51 



85 

29 

358 

219 

215 

318 

65 

57 

17 

12 

13 

214 

335 

23 

67 

33 

353 

9 

215 

298 

14 

76 

355 

308 

304 

50 



Total. 



Blanks . 



82 

28 

367 

163 

156 

346 

41 

55 

14 

17 

9 

154 

358 

38 

70 

36 

361 

10 

158 

23 

9 

68 

270 

228 

231 

53 



892 



1,489 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A Grady D S.. . 


46 
138 
167 
136 

59 


61 
114 

158 

257 

97 


63 
211 
286 
329 

96 


21 

322 

340 

94 

31 


40 
258 
290 
157 

46 


14 

440 

440 

46 

15 


56 
175 
220 
302 

92 






301 


•Joseph Morrill I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


1,658 


Randall G. Morris, I.W. V.,P. S. A., D.,R 


1,901 
1,321 


Daniel C Sullivan D S 


436 












5,617 


























166 


303 


329 


280 


203 


145 


417 






1,84S 







D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; 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 Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 17. 



Precincts. 



Martha Moore A.very, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L : . 

John A. Brett, D 

■George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbriuk, 8. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J . Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R. 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

■Olaf ]S!ilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D.S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, 1. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D. R.... 
David Taylor, D. S 



Total , 



Blanks 



772 



745 



113 
33 

379 

153 

151 

366 

.58 

70 

18 

16 

16 

146 

374 

48 

95 

66 

359 

17 

152 

242 

14 

95 

271 

244 

211 

80 



1,295 



40 

16 

216 

184 

180 

200 

65 

23 

12 

9 

11 

170 

206 

15 

40 

24 

207 

7 

184 

231 

9 

34 

263 

245 

234 

38 



779 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


68 


72 


36 


43 


61 


75 


94 


109, 


41 


592 


Joseph Blorrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


72 


63 


204 


295 


83 


40 


74 


206 


182 


1,219 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 


97 


96 


220 


330 


119 


84 


122 


340 


224 


1,632 


Joseph Santosuosso, D 


W3 


94C) 


11''- 


17^ 


?18 


09-1 


o-fi 


145 


186 


1,784 
736 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


78 


93 


40 


52 


81 


96 


102 


135 


59 






Total 






5,963 






















Blanks 


248 


219 


214 


226 


194 


233 


251 


350 


216 


2,151 





D. signiiies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



110 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Wakd 18. 



Precincts. 



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



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houteubrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. \Y. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Miilvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



89 

35 

330 

155 

159 

316 

55 

52 

13 

22 

9 

156 

323 

35 

66 

34 

319 

17 

152 

228 

21 

79 

266 

231 

233 

54 



81 

26 

272 

172 

166 

253 

64 

55 

19 

19 

13 

165 

271 

42 

78 

40 

260 

16 

152 

184 

11 

71 

219 

191 

187 

49 



65 

42 

173 

238 

236 

185 

102 

44 

28 

32 

22 

238 

163 

29 

55 

21 

162 

22 

224 

225 

16 

43 

284 

254 

226 

4: 



80 

43 

271 

250 

254 

265 

112 

70 

21 

18 

16 

241 

260 

41 

61 

40 

254 

9 

230 

251 

8 

55 

344 

295 

301 



118 
38 

425 

101 
94 

411 
30 
65 
26 
33 
20 
93 

420 
48 
95 
49 

405 
19 
77 

242 
16 
76 

249 

183 

189 
73 



118 

31 

383 

217 

218 

349 

110 

75 

18 

23 

13 

210 

366 

47 

98 

41 

365 

13 

197 

266 

16 

97 

326 

249 

278 

61 



Total 



Blanks. 



1,244 



1,204 



1,543 



1,685 



1,351 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A Grady D S ... 


69 
165 
219 

290 

78 


77 
159 
189 
225 
101 


62 
245 
259 

148 

78 


60 
267 
307 
221 

79 


119 
93 
174 
383 
132 


99 
209 
272 
320 
128 








486 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., 
Randall G Morris I W V PS 


R 








1,138 


A., D.,R 








1,420 










1,587 


Daniel C Sullivan D S . 




1111 




596 






Total 














5,227 


























349 


329 


302 


408 


419 


356 








2,163 













D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. AV. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



Ill 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 19. 



Precincts. 



Martba Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., E 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Houtenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patiick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantlia Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Rnssell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce.T. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. . . 
David Taylor, D. S 



75 

35 

290 

189 

184 

265 

48 

47 

21 

45 

16 

184 

283 

39 

66 

30 

282 

18 

184 

263 

16 

71 

293 

247 

239 

54 



78 

25 

286 

109 

103 

262 

41 

48 

15 

27 

13 

103 

268 

28 

50 

25 

258 

11 

104 

191 

10 

62 

198 

167 

173 

39 



127 
40 

481 
76 
56 

438 
20 
88 
31 
35 
16 
48 

473 
43 

106 
40 

438 
14 
52 

283 
11 
96 

244 

172 

190 
67 



Total . 



Blanks 1,108 1,162 



92 

26 

372 



324 
45 
59 
18 
39 
14 
90 

366 
35 
86 
35 

357 
15 
88 

213 

9 

90 

218 

165 

157 
61 



721 



995 



130 

69 

647 

210 

191 

583 

78 

83 

22 

35 

18 

170 

631 

51 

161 

55 

602 

18 

171 

454 

26 

165 

461 

357 

352 

89 



115 

39 

366 

138 

122 

344 

44 

76 

23 

37 

22 

126 

366 

60 

106 

.59 

3.52 

22 

126 

320 

27 

104 

261 

222 

213 

81 



1,803 1,.549 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


86 


84 i-W, 


96 


63 


85 


161 


130 






Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


194 


114 


64 


87 


173 


201 


186 


130 




1,149 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 


235 


154 


144 


155 


208 


248 


297 


218 




1,659 


Josex)h Santosiiosso, D 


244 


232 


421 


304 


172 
64 


252 
84 


572 
196 


213 




9 410 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


98 


70 


134 


105 


135 




886 






Total 








6 941 
























Blanks 


291 


310 


425 


335 


200 


290 


496 


504 




2 851 







D. signifles Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



112 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 20. 


Pkecincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6, 


7. 


8. 


9. 


O 




72 

37 

289 

482 

468 

132 

259 

65 

35 

16 

16 

467 

287 

28 

71 

32 

329 

18 

486 

451 

14 

64 

594 

545 

563 

33 


61 

25 

316 

510 

502 

276 

149 

38 

24 

21 

15 

508 

306 

31 

67 

23 

360 

11 

506 

472 

12 

54 

605 

5'iS 

557 
38 


51 

17 

278 

377 

359 

258 

99 

52 

13 

13 

11 

366 

273 

22 

51 

24 

303 

45 

364 

347 

4 

80 

468 

448 

408 

23 


S3 

30 

339 

203 

203 

318 

68 

73 

12 

18 

11 

208 

329 

41 

78 

32 

351 

15 

211 

265 

9 

83 

294 

267 

273 

58 


64 

24 

307 

462 

460 

293 

139 

51 

14 

11 

14 

445 

307 

32 

76 

32 

337 

13 

463 

436 

6 

59 

555 

522 

516 

39 


49 

23 

230 

677 

665 

196 

232 

43 

14 

15 

9 

664 

232 

21 

42 

29 

299 

12 

684 

541 

4 

40 

762 

736 

730 

34 


38 

19 

182 

443 

602 

158 

106 

25 

5 

6 

10 

598 

169 

21 

43 

19 

287 

6 

617 

368 

5 

34 

492 

470 

461 

23 


52 

26 

170 

662 

651 

161 

178 

32 

20 

12 

12 

657 

173 

21 

40 

25 

334 

9 

656 

543 

9 

37 

714 

702 

691 

28 




470 




201- 


John A Brett D 


2,111 


George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich D 


3,816 
3,910 
1,792 


Louis C Elson I. W. V 


1,230 




379 




137 


Henry C Hess S L 


112 




98 


Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


3,918 

2,076 

217 




Patrick Mahoney D. S 


468 




216 


William F. Merritt, D 


2,600 


Carl Meyer, S L 


129 


Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 


3,987 

3,428 

63 




451 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.. .. 
PMneas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor D S 


4,484 

4,258 

4,199 

276 






Total 










45,016 


















881 






Blanks 


1,027 


1,177 


934 


1,208 


1,147 


1,041 


1,689 


9,104 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A Grady D S 


69 
476 
524 
249 

92 


57 
513 

569 

267 

85 


58 
358 
436 
244 

65 


73 
208 
264 
291 

94 


74 
461 
491 

282 
85 


49 
667 
707 

188 
69 


30 

448 

485 

143 

47 


42 
671 
684 
134 

53 




452 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A. 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S 


R 

A.,D., R 


3,802 
4,160 
1,798 




590 




















10,802 


























310 


317 


261 


340 


313 


326 


571 


290 




2,728 







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



Election Department. 



113 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



WAKD 21. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Loiiis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L, 

Ferdinand Hoiitenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D . S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L ■. . . 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., 

Phineas Pierce.'l. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 
David Taylor, D. S 



Precincts. 



Total. 



Blanks 748 



4. 5 



723 516 586 705 487 



865 



744 



78-2 



FOR ONE TEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


32 
339 
347 
119 

33 


47 
280 
207 
190 

4-2 


23 
212 
223 

98 
30 


26 
385 
374 
110 

33 


37 
334 
351 
139 

38 


17 

468 

470 

76 

22 


32 
353 
391 
175 

65 


20 
550 
576 
114 

28 


86 
457 
440 
171 

55 


320 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

RandaU G.Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 


3,358 
3,379 
1 192 


Daniel D. Sullivan, D. S 


346 






Total 




















8 595 
















270 


225 




Blanks 


216 


332 


146 '>nn 


199 


159 


258 


2 005 











D. signifles Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



114 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 22. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


1 
o 




86 

40 

272 

505 

491 

268 

203 

54 

28 

28 

18 

506 

268 

40 

65 

47 

275 

31 

497 

503 

22 

71 

625 

581 

566 

54 


79 

25 

280 

113 

105 

279 

41 

52 

28 

28 

14 

104 

275 

31 

71 

33 

264 

26 

100 

267 

22 

68 

209 

177 

175 

56 


63 

27 

295 

99 

95 

276 

44 

40 

15 

20 

28 

104 

284 

28 

60 

24 

276 

10 

93 

192 

11 

68 

198 

160 

163 

38 


45 

39 

183 

369 

364 

145 

40 

40 

28 

25 

19 

361 

165 

24 

41 

22 

167 

20 

351 

305 

12 

50 

407 

377 

365 

35 


99 

37 

224 

255 

246 

227 

77 

54 

37 

38 

30 

251 

209 

35 

72 

43 

219 

28 

241 

291 

22 

53 

331 

289 

288 

46 


25 

13 

75 

396 

385 

75 

133 

8 

10 

15 

8 

389 

69 

5 

12 

9 

79 

12 

578 

302 

11 

14 

423 

415 

411 

14 


38 

16 

88 

500 

493 

80 

169 

20 

11 

8 

3 

500 

84 

11 

18 

9 

92 

7 

493 

359 

9 

22 

520 

508 

500 

19 


76 

33 

250 

243 

238 

236 

70 

51 

27 

25 

13 

236 

239 

30 

65 

33 

234 

23 

222 

289 

25 

66 

327 

295 

294 

44 




511 




230 


John A. Brett, D 


1,667 


Geor"-e E. Brock I W. V P. S. A. R 


2,480 


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


2,417 


Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C Bison, I. W. V 


1,586 

777 




319 




184 


Henry C. Hess, S. Tj 


187 




133 


Emily P. Howard, 1. W. V., P. S. A., R 


2,451 
1,593 


Moses J. Konikow, D. S. 

Patrick Mahonev, D. S 


204 
404 


Saniantha Merrilield, D. S 


220 


William F. Merritt, D 


1,606 


Carl Meyer, S. L 


157 


Russell B. Miller., I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R ... 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 


2,375 

2,508 

134 


Stephen O'Leary D. S 


412 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Tajior D S 


3,040 

2,802 

2,762 

306 






Total 




















31,465 






















Blanks 


1,328 


1,158 


969 


1,225 


1,026 


490 


527 


1,204 




7,927 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A Grady D S 


64 
504 
558 
253 

85 


70 
120 
170 
265 

98 


94 
106 
144 
260 

96 


53 
355 
367 
156 

72 


78 
265 
294 
187 

91 


14 

388 

385 

58 

22 


22 
486 
502 

72 
29 


78 
248 
294 
205 

78 




473 


Joseph IMorrill, I. W. V., P. 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V. 


S. A., R 

P. S. A, D., R 


2,472 
2,714 
1,456 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


571 






Total 




















7,686 


























404 


297 


220 


303 


277 


177 


165 


319 




2,162 







D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., So-cialist Labor . 



Election Department. 



115 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



AVard 23. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A.Brett, D 

George B. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Ferdinand Hoiitenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Rnssell B. Miller, T. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mnlvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, l.M. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R.... 

David Taylor, D. S 

Sc^ittering 



Total . 



Precincts. 



68 

27 

309 

108 

105 

295 

31 

60 

16 

19 

15 

113 

294 

42 

77 

31 

291 

11 

110 

189 

15 

79 

205 

173 

152 

50 



90 

36 

241 

389 

374 

224 

176 

60 

28 

32 

26 

369 

217 

44 

63 

41 

219 

23 

371 

329 

21 

63 

471 

434 

414 

61 



Blanks 



1,395 



883 



778 



377 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


22 
315 
346 

92 
16 


73 
116 
183 

289 
102 


75 
120 

158 

285 
76 


43 

217 

282 

239 

71 


85 
376 
376 
201 
134 


31 

444 

454 

6b 

35 


17 

385 

402 

50 

16 


12 

475 

506 

42 

10 


28 
133 
196 
107 

28 


386 
2,581 
2,903 
1,371 

488 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Joseph Santostiosso, D 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 






Total 




7,729 




















Blanks 


143 


253 


356 


348 


294 


216 


128 


119 


126 


1,983 



D. eignifles Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent Women Voters; 
P. S. A., Public School Association; R., Republican; S. L., Socialist Labor. 



116 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1901. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 24. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


*• 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


"3 
o 




75 

26 

270 

229 

212 

259 

52 

59 

18 

19 

17 

210 

259 

37 

62 

27 

274 

12 

206 

261 

8 

56 

290 

267 

276 

46 


48 

13 

198 

221 

216 

187 

88 

33 

9 

12 

10 

221 

186 

23 

36 

23 

232 

8 

216 

207 

7 

37 

276 

257 

251 

34 


54 

16 

220 

464 

440 

207 

147 

35 

11 

12 

13 

437 

215 

27 

48 

24 

273 

4 

461 

379 

14 

46 

522 

506 

495 

33 


47 

20 

218 

285 

278 

203 

62 

44 

12 

15 

9 

281 

217 

22 

45 

25 

242 

10 

282 

289 

11 

44 

348 

329 

318 

23 


25 

14 

123 

336 

336 

112 

118 

19 

6 

"' 

5 

335 

114 

11 

22 

13 

167 

10 

342 

261 

5 

12 

366 

347 

350 

13 


30 

19 

179 

276 

269 

177 

109 

25 

10 

10 

9 

271 

174 

16 

35 

13 

192 

20 

272 

220 

29 

30 

310 

290 

292 

12 


33 

12 

165 

512 

504 

152 

185 

24 

11 

10 

8 

501 

159 

21 

41 

34 

231 

10 

519 

402 

7 

32 

564 

582 

514 

21 


57 

32 

202 

527 

516 

180 

183 

45 

14 

15 


46 
11 

154 

270 

276 

149 

91 

24 

9 

10 


415 




163 


John A Brett D 


1,729 
3,120 
3,047 
1,626 
1,035 


George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Frank Dow, I. W. V., P. S. A., K 

Henry Ehrlich D 


LoniB C Elson I. W. V 




308 




100 


Henry C Hess, S. L 


110 




1 
12l 13 


96 


Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 


509 

180 

19 

51 

22 

278 

10 

525 

409 

16 

48 

593 

562 

537 

38 


283 

143 

23 

27 

13 

234 

8 

277 

255 

11 

27 

321 

308 

294 

22 


3,048 

1,647 

199 






367 


Samantha Merrifleld D S 


194 


William F. Merritt, D 


2,123 

92 


Carl Mejer, S. L 


Russell. B. Miller, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Mark B Miilvey PSA D R 


3,100 

2,683 


Olaf Kilsson, S. L 


108 


Stephen O'Leary, D. S 


332 


Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taj'lor, D. S 


8,590 

3,448 

3,327 

242 






Total . . 




















36,245 










865 


651 


775 


754 


1,040 


773 




1,153 


871 


1,081 


7,963 







FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 


68 
230 
270 
235 

84 


42 
215 
253 
172 

50 


57 
440 
485 
203 

66 


42 

287 

328 

177 

57 


21 
241 
357 
105 

28 


29 
266 
300 
167 

44 


25 
503 
519 
137 

61 


55 
532 
567 
170 

32 


34 

278 
309 
130 
40 


373 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A. 
Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S 


R 

A., D., R 


2,992 
3,388 
1,496 


Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 


462 






Total 




















8,711 




















227 






283 


248 


295 


245 


278 


210 


257 


298 


2,341 





D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; 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, City Election, 1001. 

FOR THREE YEARS. 



Ward 25. 



Precincts. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

John A. Brett, D 

George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S.A., R 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. L 

Eerdinancl Hontenbrink, S. L 

Emily P. Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses -J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantlia Merrifleld, D. S 

William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. v., P. S. A., R 

Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

Robert T. Paine, .Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R. 

Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

David Taylor, D. S 

Scattering 



Total 



Blanks 



955 



80 

32 

258 

166 

108 

219 

26 

55 

13 

16 

15 

106 

251 

62 

62 

62 

238 

47 

107 

166 

18 

83 

192 

155 

145 

42 



676 



38 

20 

271 

288 

211 

254 

77 

45 

6 

9 

7 

212 

276 

25 

57 

22 

269 

9 

208 

236 

4 

50 

301 

268 

275 

38 



52 

16 

192 

414 

322 

170 

138 

36 

11 

16 

12 

325 

185 

20 

36 

28 

186 

5 

322 

283 

8 

48 

391 

357 

351 

33 



61 

19 

306 

341 

269 

297 

78 

40 

10 

10 

9 

274 

291 

28 

6' 

26 

292 

8 

266 

285 

6 

58 

376 

358 

361 

44 



1,036 



1,099 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



Jolm A. Grady, D. S 


61 
331 
357 
165 

61 


28 

440 

441 

64 

44 


15 
406 

396 
51 

22 


84 
112 
139 
225 
109 


56 
217 
256 
235 

75 


47 
340 
352 
162 

64 


57 
272 
330 
255 

89 






348 


Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 






2,118 


Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Joseph Santosuosso, D 


2,271 
1,157 


Daniel C Sullivan D S ... 


464 










Total 




















6,358 
















301 




.... 




Blanks 


279 


221 


210 


275 


289 


299 


1,874 



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



118 



City Document No. 14. 



Total Votes Cast for School Committee, 
City Election, 1901. 

FOE THKEE YEARS. 



Totals by 
Wards. 



Martha Moore Avery, D. S 

James A. Bresnahan, S. L 

*Jobn A. Brett, D 

*George E. Brock, I. W. V., P. S. A., K 

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

Henry Ehrlich, D 

Louis C. Elson, I. W. V 

Jacob Epstein, D. S 

Joseph Hartog, S. L 

Henry C. Hess, S. JL 

Ferdinand Houtenbrinlv, S. L 

Emily P.Howard, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

*Thomas J. Kenny, D 

Moses J. Konikow, D. S 

Patrick Mahoney, D. S 

Samantha Merrifleld, D. S 

*William F. Merritt, D 

Carl Meyer, S. L 

Russell B. Miller, I. W. v., P. S. A., R 

*Mark B. Mulvey, P. S. A., D., R 

Olaf Nilsson, S. L 

Stephen O'Leary, D. S 

*Robert T. Paine, Jr., I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

*Phineas Pierce, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

*James J. Storrow, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R... 

David Taylor, D. S 

Scattering 

Grand total 

Blanks 



11,530 

4,354 

42,945 

42,229 

41,146 

40,370 

14,162 

7,574 

2,514 

2,581 

2,092 

41,085 

41,720 

4,944 

9,785 

4,852 

42,144 

2,041 

40,782 

44,337 

1,708 

9,461 

55,902 

50,639 

49,919 

7,004 

11 



617,831 



186,193 



FOR ONE YEAR. 



John A. Grady, D. S 

*Joseph Morrill, I. W. V., P. S. A., R 

*Randall G. Morris, I. W. V., P. S. A., D., R 

Joseph Sanlosuosso, D 

Daniel C. Sullivan, D. S 

Scattering ' 

Grand total 

Blanks . 



10,621 
41,445 
48,239 
37,079 
12,270 
2 



149,656 



51,350 



* Elected. 
D. signifies Democratic; D. S., Democratic Social; I. W. V., Independent 
Women Voters ; P. S. A., Public School Association;" R., Republican; 
S. L., Socialist Labor. 



Election Department. 



119 



Votes Cast on the Question: Shall L<icenses be granted 

for the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1901. 



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 1. 



117 
234 
163 

187 
181 
173 
120 
339 
296 
159 
183 
266 
177 
305 
117 
132 
190 
284 
260 
375 
208 
452 
184 
241 
218 



129 
127 
138 
144 
109 

55 

61 
110 
131 

58 
131 
181 
142 
220 

85 
109 

97 
147 
150 
243 
170 
219 
134 
153 
280 



53 

148 

51 

86 

32 

122 

34 

130 

136 

90 

70 

78 

132 

94 

54 

86 

93 

114 

119 

124 

89 

128 

31 

116 



Precinct 2. 



128 
186 
274 
136 
274 
226 
153 
248 
291 
157 
193 
203 
179 
278 
201 
241 
198 
223 
213 
355 
177 
294 
220 
157 
146 



152 

78 

174 

116 

146 

70 

90 

149 

145 

99 

117 

141 

110 

178 

171 

142 

99 

142 

115 

287 

61 

110 

140 

193 

308 



64 

86 

29 

62 

77 

141 

49 

131 

127 

80 

127 

58 

143 

118 

114 

90 

84 

143 

99 

106 

236 

91 

123 

90 

60 



Precinct 3. 



179 
279 
235 
182 
250 
201 
202 
184 
232 
143 
193 
169 
167 
219 
183 
345 
191 
237 
316 
281 
154 
231 
255 
257 
108 



197 
127 
142 
123 
79 
82 
117 
111 
104 
94 
147 

no 

96 
152 
139 
186 
108 
154 
150 
236 
103 
126 
123 
260 
295 



74 

91 

86 

91 

134 

177 

91 

41 

168 

46 

88 

61 

140 

54 

69 

85 

39 

114 

130 

79 

48 

81 

135 

118 

30 



120 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast on the Question: Sliall Liicenses be granted 

for the Sale of Intoxicating- Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1901. 





Precinct 4. 


PEECINd 


5. 


Precinct 6. 


Wards. 


m 


d 


S 




6 


CO 

3 

s 




6 


S 
at 

S 


1 


175 
227 
311 
203 
156 
195 
140 
344 
244 
156 
276 
258 
193 
196 
166 
195 
244 
310 
245 
285 
193 
258 
256 
209 
196 


174 
121 
146 

96 

60 

71 

83 
133 
157 

82 
103 
130 
126 
143 
147 
143 ■ 
169 

6H 
142 
178 
169 
191 
173 
198 
201 


87 
103 
122 
92 
49 
192 
64 
128 
119 
60 
68 
74 

no 

79 
72 

128 
62 

257 
94 

105 
86 

1.32 
96 
78 
57 


237 
222 
305 
192 
212 
225 
224 
329 
199 
105 
251 
193 
176 
217 
203 
209 
172 
293 
207 
393 
240 
327 
294 
199 
193 


144 
75 
120 
88 
118 
75 
116 
111 
127 
49 
39 
140 
143 
185 
158 
159 
117 
178 
121 
242 
157 
143 
224 
164 
262 


77 

88 

135 

89 

89 

173 

123 

194 

98 

77 

33 

81 

99 

83 

75 

71 

74 

162 

59 

120 

70 

82 

128 

71 

46 


250 
207 
218 
146 
182 
134 
153 
391 
185 
172 
173 
330 
150 
165 
212 
200 
186 
306 
308 
366 
234 
225 
236 
217 
182 


94 

105 

85 

90 

75 

65 

111 

151 

114 

87 

57 

165 

132 

186 

129 

166 

89 

182 

135 

323 

180 

133 

194 

149 

293 


143 


2 


114 


3 


74 


4 


77 


5 


97 


6 


44 


7 


93 


8 


167 


9 


58 


10 


75 


11 


24 


12 


129 


13 ... 

14 


97 

72 


15 , 

16 


66 
51 


17 


90 


18 


104 


19 


83 


20 


118 


21 


56 


22 


60 


23 


113 


24 

25 


79 

77 







Election Depaetment. 



121 



Votes Cast on the Question : Shall Licenses be granted 

for the Sale of Intoxicating- Liquors in this City? 

City Election, 1901. 





Precinct 7. 


Precinct 8. 


Precinct 9. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


m 


6 


m 

a 

OS 

3 ■ 




6 


,14 

s 




6 


a 

S 


CO 


o 

;z; 


a 

cS 

s 


1 


268 
249 


138 
117 


130 

171 


263 
314 


141 

107 


107 

160 


99 


111 


32 


1,716 
1,918 
1,506 
1,046 
1,255 
1,536 
992 
1,835 
1,680 
1,706 
2,012 
1,656 
1,448 
1,876 
1,494 
1,630 
1,904 
1,653 
2,392 
2,798 
2,171 
2,279 
1,967 
2,002 
1,262 


1,280 

857 

805 

657 

587 

503 

578 

765 

921 

850 

769 

983 

1,013 

1,469 

1,126 

1,053 

1,132 

869 

1,181 

2,025 

1,354 

1,273 

1,407 

1,866 

1,876 


767 


2 


961 


3 








497 


4 




















497 


5 




















478 


6 


233 


59 


131 


149 


25 


174 








1,154 










454 


8 




















791 


9 .'. 


233 
321 
221 
287 
232 
232 
207 
308 
209 


143 
135 
67 
116 
134 
218 
156 
148 
126 


122 
69 
32 
90 
97 
98 
55 

144 
98 














828 


10 


297 
245 


158 
38 


86 
34 


196 

277 


88 
70 


60 
34 


643 


11 


510 


12 


571 


13 


174 
264 
205 


130 
187 
141 


84 

100 

80 








902 


14 








698 


15 








585 


16 








655 


17 


311 


184 


110 


203 


143 


68 


718 


18 


894 


19 


458 
334 
304 
209 
170 
253 
219 


227 
245 
173 
186 
173 
249 
237 


126 
96 
76 
71 
51 

102 
81 


385 

409 

348 
283 
205 
258 


141 

271 
165 
165 
169 
345 


116 
107 

78 
105 

66 
108 








826 


20 








855 


21 


313 


176 


110 


849 


22 


750 


23 


147 

211 


77 
155 


57 
97 


800 


24 


859 


25 


409 


















Grand Tota 


Is 








43,734 


27,198 


17,951 

























Proportion of men registered wlio voted, 64.41 per cent. 



122 



City Document No. 14. 



Votes Cast on the Question : Shall Chapter 332 of the 
Acts of the year 1901, entitled " An Act Relative to the 
Terms of Office of City Clerks " he accepted ? 
City Election, 1901. 



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 



1,136 
1,139 
941 
663 
764 
1,129 
643 
1,327 
1,064 
1,052 
1,155 
1,069 
1,007 
1,114 
1,025 
1,167 
1,399 
1,089 
1,445 
2,030 
1,478 
1,461 
1,318 
1,548 
1,023 



620 
653 
680 
448 
434 
397 
407 
551 
624 
426 
385 
784 
755 
1,244 
727 
701 
820 
875 
1,062 
1,046 
667 
760 
671 
945 
803 



2,007 
1,944 
1,187 
1,089 
1,122 
1,666 
974 
1,513 
1,741 
1,721 
1,751 
1,357 
1,601 
1,685 
1,453 
1,470 
1,535 
1,452 
1,892 
2,602 
2,229 
2,081 
2,185 
2,234 
1,721 



29,186 



17,485 



42,212 



Election Department. 



128 



Numlber of Men Registered Who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED 

ON VOTING LISTS), 

City Election, 1901. 



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 



Precincts. 



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



299 
509 
352 
417 
322 
350 
215 
579 
563 
307 
384 
525 
451 
619 
256 
327 
380 
545 
529 
742 
467 
799 
349 
510 
556 



344 
350 

477 
314 
497 
437 
292 
528 
563 
336 
437 
402 
432 
574 
486 
473 
381 
508 
427 
748 
474 
495 
483 
440 
514 



450 
497 
463 
396 
463 
460 
410 
336 
504 
283 
428 
340 
■403 
425 
391 
616 
338 
505 
596 
596 
305 
438 
513 
635 
433 



436 
451 

579 
391 
265 
458 
287 
605 
520 
298 
447 
462 
429 
418 
385 
466 
475 
633 
481 
568 
448 
581 
525 
485 
454 



458 
385 
560 
369 
419 
473 
463 
634 
424 
231 
323 
414 
418 
485 
436 
439 
363 
633 
387 
755 
467 
552 
646 
434 
501 



487 
426 
377 
313 
354 
243 
357 
709 
357 
334 
254 
624 
379 
423 
407 
417 
365 
592 
526 
807 
470 
418 
543 
445 
552 



536 

537 



423 



525 
320 
443 
463 
548 
418 
600 
433 



811 
675 
553 
466 
394 
604 
537 



511 

581 



348 



541 
317 



388 
551 
426 



605 



642 
787 
591 
553 
440 
711 



9. 



242 



344 
381 



414 



599 



281 
463 



Totals 88,883 110,131 



0) go 



3,763 

3,736 

2,808 

2,200 

2,320 

3,192 

2,024 

3,391 

3,429 

3,199 

3,291 

3,210 

3,363 

4,043 

3,205 

3,338 

3,754 

3,416 

4,3 

5,678 

4,374 

4,30 

4,174 

4,727 

3,547 



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4,516 

4,458 

3,446 

2,873 

2,850 

3,749 

2,627 

4,360 

4,2 

4,164 

4,173 

4,145 

4,041 

4,918 

4,068 

4,223 

4,583 

4,427 

5,229 

7,306 

5,386 

5,252 

4,917 

5,927 

4,204 






83.33 
83.80 
81.49 
76.57 
81.40 
85.14 
77.05 
77.7a 
79.95 
76.83 
78.86 
77.44 
83.22 
82.21 
78.79 
79.04 
81.91 
77.16 
84.13 
77.72 
81.21 
81.91 
84.89 
79.75 
84.37 



Proportion of men registered who voted, 80.71 per cent. 



1'24 



City Document No. 14. 



Number of Women Registered who Voted for School Committee 

(AS BY PEECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED 

ON VOTING LISTS), 

City Election, 1901. 



Wakds 






Pre 


CINCTS. 


S cS OJ 




^i CO CD 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 




1 


51 
21 
72 
40 
42 
24 
17 

2 

11 

18 

102 

145 

11 

60 

" 12 

29 

3 

40 

45 

118 

76 

135 

118 

75 

71 


88 
19 
67 
44 
47 
29 
54 
10 
26 
29 
22 

183 
8 
17 
26 
22 
15 
32 
55 

156 
75 
15 
25 
50 

105 


113 
13 
66 
79 
15 
62 
52 
58 
18 
55 

138 
73 
6 
57 
31 
41 
75 
42 
64 

115 
61 
22 
22 

138 

117 


86 
28 
32 
42 
16 
15 
33 
14 
16 
49 

184 
71 
6 
62 
65 
78 
84 
38 
60 
67 

106 
72 
75 
83 
18 


75 
22 
46 
27 
25 
23 
46 
4 
45 
27 

147 
49 
28 

103 
56 
58 
15 
27 
53 
98 
82 
44 
87 
81 
63 


7 

26 

43 

14 

12 

25 

26 

25 

78 

62 

121 

34 

20 

77 

94 

133 

11 

100 

54 

196 

136 

104 

80 

63 

80 


23 
14 


17 

8 


13 


473 
151 
326 
246 
157 
223 
228 
113 
211 
564 

1,170 
603 
88 
497 
414 
392 
303 
279 
497 

1,087 
926 
622 
682 
799 
569 


690 
201 
444 
350 
225 
270 
296 
181 
294 
779 

1,539 
810 
139 
622 
553 
539 
426 
379 
591 

1,417 

1,248 
767 
947 

1,109 
776 


68.55 


2 


75.12 


3 


73.42 


4 








70.29 


5 








69.78 


6 


9 


36 




82.59 


7 


77.03 


8 








62.43 


9 


17 

146 

164 

48 

4 

61 

89 

31 

26 






71.77 


10 


107 
171 


71 

121 


72.40 




76.02 


12 


74.44 




5 
60 
41 




63.31 


14 


79.90 




74.86 


16 


72.73 


17 


34 


40 


71.13 


18 


73.61 


19 


143 
187 
84 
172 
105 
147 
115 


23 

150 
188 
58 
142 
116 


118 

28 
46 


84.09 


20 


76.71 


21 


74.20 


22 


81.09 


23 


72.02 


24 


72.05 


25 


73.32 










Totals 




















11,620 


15,592 



























Proportion of women registered who voted, 74.53 per cent. 



Election Department. 125 

Inventoky of Property belonging to the Election 
Department. 

103 Voting booths, made of thin corrugated steel, built in 1897 and 1898. 
40 Wooden voting booths, built in 1898 and 1901 as permanent struct- 
ures. 
34 Old wooden voting booths, known as " knock-down " booths. 

The above booths when not m use are stored in different 
places in the city. Two additional old wooden booths, not 
removed from loca,tions, are also used as polling places. To 
each booth belong railings and voting compartments, tables, 
chaii'S, stove, and other necessary furnishings and voting 
paraphernalia. The department now owns 1,800 chairs, 770 
tables, 530 voting compartments and 1,090 wooden horses for 
the same, 225 stools for ballot-boxes, 196 counting-boards, 
187 stoves, and the required lamps, coal-hods, shovels, pokers, 
coal-barrels, and other minor equipment for the voting 
booths. 

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 ballot-boxes are kept in the basement 
room in the Old Court-house. At the storehouse in South 
Boston are 250 old ballot-boxes, not answering the present 
requirements of law, but placed at each polling place at elec- 
tions for temporary 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 same, and 23 smaller swivel 
chairs, 1 library table and five oak arm-chairs, 2 atlas cases, 
3 card index cabinets, 1 metal filing case, 1 roll-front docu- 
ment case, 1 large bookcase, 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 purposes. 



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