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AJSrisrUAL EEPOET 



Board of Election 
Commissioners 



TEAE El^Dn^G JA^UAET 31, 1913 




CITY OF BOSTON 

PRINTING DEPAETMENT 

1913 



CONTENTS. 



Page 

Listed Male Residents, First List 2 

Listed Male Residents, Supplementary 3 

Listed Male Residents, Including Supplementary 4 

Votes Cast at Special Primary, April 23, 1912. 

For Representative in General Court 6 

Registered Male Voters, Presidential Primary, 1912 7 

Number of Enrolled Members of Each Political Party in Each 

Voting Precinct, Presidential Primary, 1912 8-12 

Democratic Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912 14-16 

Number of Democratic Ballots Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912, 17 

Repubhcan Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912 20-23 

Number of Republican Ballots Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912, 24 

Votes Cast at Special State Election, May 7, 1912. 

For Representative in General Court 26 

Registered Male Voters on First Printed List 27 

Registered Male Voters, State Primary 28 

Number of Enrolled Members of Each Political Party in Each 

Voting Precinct, State Primary, 1912 29-33 

Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

For Governor 36-40 

For Lieutenant Governor 41 

For Secretary 41 

For Treasurer 42 

For Auditor 42 

For Attorney-General 42 

For Representatives in Congress 43, 44 

For Councilors 45, 46 

For Senators 47 

For Representatives in Genera.1 Court 48-51 

For Sheriff _ 52 

For State Committee 53 

For Delegates to State Convention 54-58 

For Ward Committees 59-63 

Number of Democratic Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912 .... 64 

Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

For Governor 66-70 

For Lieutenant Governor 71 

For Secretary 71 

For Treasurer 72 

For Auditor 72 

For Attorney-General 72 

For Representatives in Congress 73, 74 

For Councilors 75, 76 

For Senators 77 

For Representatives in General Court 78-80 

For Sheriff 81 

For State Committee 82 

For Delegates to State Convention 83-86 

For Ward Committees 87-91 

Number of Repubhcan Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912 92 



iv City Document No. 13. 

Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

Page 

For Governor 94-96 

For Lieutenant Governor 97 

For Secretary 97 

For Treasurer 97 

For Auditor 98 

For Attorney-General 98 

For Representatives in Congress 99 

For Councilors 100 

For Senators 101 

For Representatives in General Court 102-104 

For Sheriff 105 

For State Committee 106 

For Delegates to State Convention 107-109 

For Ward Committees 110, 111 

Number of Socialist Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912 112 

Registered Male Voters, State Election, 1912 114 

Votes Cast at State Election, 1912. 

For Presidential Electors 115-124 

For Governor 125-134 

For Lieutenant Governor 135-144 

For Secretary 145 

For Treasurer 145 

For Auditor 145 

For Attorney-General 146 

For Representatives in Congress 147-156 

For Councilors 157-158 

For Senators 159-169 

For Representatives in General Court 170-183 

For Sheriff 184 

On Amendments to Constitution 185, 186 

On Acceptance of Act of General Court 187 

Number of Men Registered Who Voted, State Election, 1912. . . 188 

Registered Male Voters, City Election, 1913 190 

Registered Female Voters on First Printed List, June 1, 1912. . . 191 

Registered Female Voters, City Election, 1913 192 

Votes Cast at City Election, 1913. 

For Common Council 193-201 

For School Committee 202-208 

On Acceptance of Eight Hour Act 209-215 

On Liquor License Question 216-222 

Number of Men Registered Who Voted at City Election ....... 223 

Number of Women Registered who Voted for School Committee 

at City Election, 1913 224 

Votes Cast at Special Primary, January 28, 1913. 

For Representative in General Court 226 

Votes Cast at Special Election, February 11, 1913. 

For Representative in General Court 226 

Inventory of Property Belonging to the Election Department . . . 227 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OP THE 

ELECTION DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1913. 



Boston, March 19, 1913. 

Hon. John F. Fitzgeeald, 

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 annual report. 

Number of Voters. 

At the city election held January 9, 1912, the number 
of male voters on the list was 111,352. The number 
of such voters on the first list published by the Board 
June 1, 1912, was 98,733. From that time to the close 
of registration for the city election there were added 
the names of 14,533 male voters. The number of male 
voters on the final list sent to the polls on the day of 
the city election held January 14, 1913, was 112,126, 
an increase of 774 over the number on the list at the 
city election in 1912. 

There were 12,255 female voters registered for the 
city election in 1912. There were 11,127 female voters 
registered for the city election in 1913, a decrease of 
1,128. 



VI 



City Document No. 13. 



Men and Women Who Voted. 

The following is a table showing the per cent of the 
number of registered voters who voted at the state 
primary, state election and city election since the estab- 
lishment of the Election Board in 1895: 





Men. 


Women. 


Yeah. 


State Primary. 


State Election. 


City Election. 


City Election. 




Per Cent. 


Per Cent. 


Per Cent. 


Per Cent. 


1895 




79.10 
93.17 
67.24 
74.07 
65.69 
84.62 
71.76 
80.85 
76.19 
84.60 
74.48 
81.61 
78.84 
82.69 
74.52 
79.08 
76.22 
81.73 


85.43 
73.24 
79.20 
68.81 
81.11 
70.14 
80.71 
59.37 
72.47 
62.58 
82.46 
67.95 
81.81 
63.91 



74.95 


1896* 




62.06 


1897 




61.77 


1898 




59.62 


1899 




68.27 


1900 




76.50 


1901 




74.53 


1902 




64.08 


1903 


45.88 
43.15 
42.79 
54.20 
43.45 
48.15 
38.93 
48.41 
46.29 
64.43 


73.75 


1904 


52.10 


1905 


59.53 


1906 


58.76 


1907 


55.99 


1908 


34.75 


1909 1 




1910 


85.42 
52.41 
45.48 
41.78 


54.42 


1911 


49.07 


1912 


51.82 


1913 


44.39 











* New general registration in Boston. 

t City election changed from December to January. 

In the first election held under the new charter in 
January, 1910, at which the Mayor, nine members of 
the City Council and one member of the School Com- 
mittee were elected, 85.42 per cent of the registered 
vote was cast. At the city elections held in January, 
1911 and 1912, three members of the City Council and 
two members of the School Committee were elected 
each year; in 1913 three members of the City Council 
and one member of the School Committee were elected. 
The percentage of the vote cast in these elections con- 
stantly dwindled, and constitutes a disquieting factor in 
the municipal government of Boston. 

Voters Who Did Not Vote. 

There were 107,685 registered voters entitled to vote 
at the state primary; of this number 98,733 were carried 
on the voting list of this year by the Election Depart- 
ment; 8,952 were supplementarily registered, i. e., they 
were required to appear in person at a registration 
place and prove their qualifications as voters. 



Election Department. 



Vll 



We have made an investigation of the records in our 
office to ascertain the number of those persons who 
did not vote in this city at the last state primary, state 
election and city election, i. e., the number of voters 
who had three opportunities to vote but did not avail 
themselves of any. We have paid no attention to those 
who were registered after the state primary or after the 
state election, because such persons did not have three 
opportunities to vote, but have only considered the 
107,685 voters who were eligible to vote at the state 
primary, state and city elections. 

The following is a table showing the number on the 
first printed list and the number on the first supple- 
mentary list who did not vote at the state primary, 
state election or city election: 



Wabds. 


Voters 
Carried 
by April 
Listing. 


Voters 
Carried 
who did 
not Vote. 


Supple- 
mentary 
List. 


Voters on 
Supple- 
mentary 
List who 
did not 
Vote. 


Total 
who did 
not Vote. 


Per Cent. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


4,663 
2,731 
2,569 
1,967 
2,049 
1,907 
1,296 
2,990 
2,077 
3,246 
3,343 
3,112 
2,434 
4,005 
3,484 
4,321 
3,901 
3,014 
4,669 
11,305 
5,663 
5,030 
6,186 
7,447 
4,724 


673 
380 
392 
325 
308 
234 
187 
437 
431 
562 
371 
525 
378 
609 
542 
707 
566 
648 
549 
1,696 
815 
710 
670 
987 
507 
75 


257 
239 
124 
140 
110 
229 
187 
387 
512 
304 
221 
455 
247 
181 
185 
206 
257 
225 
318 
489 
313 
226 
294 
316 
281 
2,249 


18 
21 
12 
11 
13 
12 
17 
34 
36 
22 
8 
28 
13 
19 
12 
12 
20 
21 
24 
26 
27 
16 
12 
24 
15 


691 
401 
404 
336 
321 
246 
204 
471 
467 
584 
379 
553 
391 
628 
554 
719 
. 586 
669 
573 

1,722 
842 
726 
682 

1,011 

522 

75 


14.04 
13.50 
15.00 
15.95 

14.87 


6 


11.52 


7 


13.76 


8 


13 96 


9 


14.64 


10 


16.45 


11 

12 

13 

14 

15 


10.63 
15.50 
14.58 
15.00 
15.10 


16 

17 

18 

19 


15.88 
14.09 
20.65 
11.49 


20 

21 

22 

23 


14.60 
14.09 
13.81 
10.52 


24 

25 

26 


13.02 

10.43 

3 35 










Totals 


98,733 


14,284 


8,952 


473 


14,757 


13.70 



The first column of the above table shows the number 
of registered male voters carried by the April listing 
entitled to vote; the second column shows the number 
of persons so carried on the voting list who did not vote; 
the third column shows the number of voters on the 
supplementary list; the fourth column shows the number 
supplementarily registered who did not vote; the fifth 



VUl 



City Document No. 13. 



column shows the total number of voters who did not 
vote; the sixth column shows the percentage of voters 
who did not vote. 

The percentage of those carried on the voting list 
without any act of their own who did not vote is 14.46 
per cent. The percentage of those on the supplementary 
list, i. e., those who were required to appear in person 
and prove their qualifications, who did not vote is 5.52 
per cent, apparently showing that the persons who had 
to sacrifice a little time to get on the voting list were 
more diligent in voting than those whose names were 
automatically carried on the voting list. 

Various suggestions have been made to increase the 
interest of the voter in primaries and elections, such 
as by fining him for neglecting to vote, or by posting 
his name for such neglect, neither of which, in our 
opinion, is a proper remedy. We believe that if a 
registered voter does not vote at all during the year the 
voting list is used, his name should be stricken from the 
voting list and he should be required to re-register if he 
desires to vote, even though a constitutional amendment 
may be necessary to put this proposition into effect. 

NaTUEALIZ ATION . 

In 1906 an act was passed by the Federal Government 
to establish a Bureau of Immigration and Naturaliza- 
tion and to provide for a uniform rule for the naturali- 
zation of aliens throughout the United States. 

The following is a table showing by years the number 
of declarations in Massachusetts, the number natural- 
ized, the number of declarations in Suffolk County and 
the number naturalized: 



Year Ending June 30. 


Declaration, 
Massachusetts. 


Naturalized, 
Massachusetts. 


Declaration, 
Suffolk 
County. 


Naturalized, 
Suffolk 
County. 


1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 


4,846 
9,330 
10,025 
11,795 
12,788 
13,017 


383 
1,677 
2,453 
3,048 
4,065 
4,608 


3,518 
6,508 
6,293 
7,792 
8,243 
7,768 


318 

965 

1,405 

1,776 

2,589 


1912 


2,675 






Totals 


61,801 


16,234 


40,122 


9,728 



This table is not only interesting in showing the 
disparity between the number of citizens naturalized 



Election Department. ix 

and the number of aliens who made declarations of 
intention to become citizens, but also in showing the 
small number naturalized in this state since the act 
went into effect. 

We believe that one of the impediments to naturaliza- 
tion is the law requiring an applicant to produce at 
least two witnesses who are citizens of the United States 
to verify by affidavits the naturalization petition of 
the applicant, such witnesses being required to state in 
their affidavits that they have personally known the 
applicant to be a resident of the United States for a 
period of at least five years continuously, and of the 
state, territory or district in which the application is 
made for a period of at least one year immediately 
preceding the date of the filing of his petition. 

An applicant for naturalization v/ho has all the neces- 
sary qualifications, by reason of a change of residence 
from one state to another, or from one district to another, 
may find it impossible to produce the witnesses required 
by law, and is thereby prevented at that time from 
becoming a citizen of the United States. It would 
seem that all the safeguards now surrounding natural- 
ization, including the declaration of intention, which 
must be made at least two years prior to the admission 
of the applicant in all cases except those of soldiers 
and sailors honorably discharged from the service of 
the United States, the petition for naturalization, in 
M^hich is a statement of all facts necessary to identify the 
applicant, and the certificate from the Department of 
Labor, stating the date, place and manner of his arrival 
in the United States, would render the production of at 
least two witnesses unnecessary. The attendance of 
such witnesses at court is a burden to the petitioner 
and a source of trouble and expense to the witnesses 
themselves. 

We are of the opinion that if the Federal Government 
repealed the law requiring the affidavits of at least two 
witnesses, an impediment to naturalization would be 
removed without lessening the essential safeguards now 
surrounding the issuing of naturalization papers. 

Presidential Primary. 

The presidential primary for the election of delegates 
and of alternate delegates to the national conventions 
of political parties was held on April 30, 1912. The 



X City Document No. 13. 

law required that such election should be by direct 
plurality vote. The act also provided for the expres- 
sion of preference for candidates for President and Vice- 
President of the United States. The act was hurriedly 
drawn and the construction of its provisions was not 
free from difficulty. Under the law, as it now is, a can- 
didate for the nomination of President may receive the 
highest vote in the primary of his party and yet lose 
the delegates pledged to vote for him in the national 
convention. This is what actually occurred in this 
state. 

Amendment should be made to the law so that the 
decision of the voters as to their choice for the nomina- 
tion of a candidate for President will be unquestionable. 



JlTROES. 

The jury list prepared by the Board of 1912 con- 
tained the names of 8,707 voters of Boston. During 
the time covered by this report 3,012 persons were 
drawn for jury service. The investigations made by 
the police and by the clerks of this Board greatly 
assisted the commissioners in eliminating from the jury 
list persons who were not qualified for jury service. 



Revision of the Voting List. 

The names of 1,128 voters were stricken from the 
voting list by reason of death, removal from the city 
and other causes. This is the largest number of names 
stricken from the list in any year since the establish- 
ment of the Election Board. There were no complaints 
of illegal registration. 

New Precincts. 

Ward 24, Precinct 8, at the time of the city election 
contained 1,068 voters. It becomes necessary, therefore, 
for the City Council to divide that precinct into new 
precincts, or to make a redivision of the entire ward 
into voting precincts. This Board recommended that 
a new division of the ward into sixteen voting precincts 
be made, which will make the number of precincts in 
the city 225. 



Election Department. xi 



Change of Enrolment. 

The following is a table showing the changes of 
enrolment during the past year: 

Republican to Progressive 91 

Republican to Democrat 57 

Democrat to Republican 52 

Democrat to Progressive 10 

Democratic Progressive to Democrat 4 

Socialist to Republican 1 

Total 215 

SCHOOLHOUSES. 

The department now uses the basements of 93 school- 
houses for polling places, and pays the School Depart- 
ment for heating and lighting only, and the schoolhouse 
janitors for placing in position and taking down the 
rails and voting compartments at each primary and 
election. 

The advantages of using schoolhouses are many. In 
the first place, permanency of the voting place is secured; 
secondly, it is more economical to use the basement of 
schools than stores or booths, and indirectly it is of 
benefit to the scholars, for many masters take them to 
the polling place during the progress of an election and 
they obtain there a very practical lesson in civil govern- 
ment. The use of these basements does not interfere 
with the school work. 

Ward 26. 

A new general registration of the voters of Ward 26 
was held this year, as provided by the act of annexa- 
tion, and a generous opportunity was afforded to the 
citizens of that ward to register as voters. 2,707 voters 
availed themselves of this opportunity. As our report 
of the preceding year shows, there were 3,053 voters 
entitled to vote that year at the city election in said 
ward. There still remains a considerable number of 
persons who have the qualifications as voters in said 
ward who have neglected to register. 

Membership of the Board. 

The term of Edward A. McLaughlin, Esq., expired 
March 31, 1912. Hon. John B. Martin was appointed 



xii City Document No. 13. 

as his successor for the term of four years ending March 
31, 1916, and was approved by the Civil Service Com- 
mission. He assumed the duties of his office May 1, 1912. 
John M. Minton, Esq., was designated by the Mayor 
as chairman of the Board of Election Commissioners 
and member of the Listing Board. 

Estimate for the Ensuing Year. 

In a communication to his Honor the Mayor we 
submitted our expenses as estimated for the ensuing 
year, giving an itemized statement for the same, which 
showed that the amount of $152,365 would be necessary. 

Expenses of the Department. 

Salaries, commissioners : 

John M. Minton .... $4,000 00 

Melancthon W. Burlen . . 3,500 00 

Alpheus Sanford .... 3,500 00 

John B. Martin, from May 1 . 2,725 00 

Edward A. McLaughhn, to April 30, 775 00 

$14,500 00 

91,918 98 



Assistant registrars .... $47,738 98 
Election officers .... 44,180 00 



Printing voting lists, ballots for 

elections, nomination papers, 

office blanks, etc $22,992 11 

Postage 680 67 

Repairing and fitting up polling 

places, including schoolhouses 
Transportation of booths 

Carriage hire for primaries and 

elections 

Car and ferry fares .... 

Janitors for polling places and 

registration places 
Lighting booths while on streets 



$7,702 84 
2,763 11 


$4,284 90 
77 40 


$3,007 50 
2,183 00 



23,672 78 



10,465 95 



4,362 30 



5,190 50 



Rent of storehouse and lots for booths and land 
for locations of polling places, primaries and 

elections 2,890 10 

Stationery and books 1,701 37 

Advertising 1,524 16 

Carried forward $156,226 14 



Election Department. xiii 

Brought fonvard $156,226 14 

Carting furniture, ballot boards and posting 
sample ballots, posters and locations of polling 

places 1,493 75 

Refreshments for employees, police officers and 

hackmen, primaries and elections . . . 1,021 40 

Fuel, light and supplies 384 77 

Telephones 234 86 

Repairs of and equipment for ballot boxes . . 75 00 

Constables' services 50 40 

Messenger service 41 75 



Total . . . ... . . . $159,528 07 

The increase in the expenditures of the Election 
Department from $138,826.65 of the preceding year 
to $159,528.07 in the current year is due to the expense 
of conducting the presidential primary, held in each 
precinct of the city, and a special primary and election 
for Representative to the General Court in the Eigh- 
teenth Suffolk District, both of which cost at least 
$17,000; the increase in the number of precincts from 
206 to 221, and a new general registration in Ward 26. 

Election Statistics. 

The following pages show in tabulated form the 
number of persons listed, the number of registered 
male and female voters, the vote cast at the special 
primary and election in the Eighteenth Suffolk Repre- 
sentative District, at the presidential primary, the state 
primary, the state and city elections. We have also 
included in this report the votes cast at the special 
primary and election in the Third Suffolk Representative 
District, because the election Vv^as held to fill a vacancy 
caused by the death of a member who was elected at 
the preceding state election. 

Inventory. 

An inventory of the property of the department will 
be found on the last page. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Minton, 
Melancthon W. Burlen, 
Alpheus Sanford, 
John B. Martin, 
Board of Election Commissioners. 



TABULATED STATEMENT OF THE NUMBER 
OF LISTED MALE RESIDENTS, REGIS- 
TERED MALE AND FEMALE VOTERS AND 
PERSONS WHO VOTED IN EACH VOTING 
PRECINCT, TOGETHER WITH THE NUM- 
BER OF VOTES CAST FOR EACH CANDI- 
DATE AT THE 

SPECIAL PRIMARY . . APRIL 23, 1912. 
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, APRIL 30, 1912. 
SPECIAL ELECTION . . . MAY 7, 1912. 



STATE PRIMARY . 
STATE ELECTION 
CITY ELECTION . 
SPECIAL PRIMARY 
SPECIAL ELECTION 



SEPTEMBER 24, 1912. 

NOVEMBER 5, 1912. 

JANUARY 14, 1913. 

JANUARY 28, 1913. 

FEBRUARY 11, 1913. 





2 

Male Residents, April 1 


City Document No. 

1912, as Returned by Listin 


13. 

g Board, 


Apri 


18, 


1912 


1 




Precincts. 


TvU,! 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 




585 

915 

637 

609 

794 

1,492 

719 

1,500 

1,754 

837 

1,173 

1,472 

881 

981 

575 

655 

847 

990 

1,231 

1,079 

861 

1,287 

592 

823 

756 

718 


631 
703 

689 

652 

799 

1,744 

1,100 

2,241 

1,457 

788 

1,285 

1,115 

758 

890 

862 

1,114 

605 

1,090 

682 

1,084 

772 

1,240 

1,003 

960 

852 

534 


867 

780 

671 

801 

627 

1,626 

1,413 

1,417 

1,327 

905 

1,135 

949 

831 

567 

765 

1,405 

735 

1,150 

998 

1,214 

784 

800 

1,161 

1,042 

799 

741 


911 

849 

729 

590 

454 

1,784 

1,208 

2,017 

1,247 

889 

777 

1,463 

829 

727 

626 

1,218 

1,061 

1,353 

921 

1,002 

792 

1,429 

873 

838 

1,198 

669 


969 

755 

779 

578 

739 

1,967 

1,063 

1,667 

1,487 

728 

414 

1,221 

920 

986 

663 

1,085 

688 

1,034 

758 

1,272 

890 

1,232 

786 

840 

861 

866 


1,160 
710 
550 
676 
670 
808 
854 

1,700 

1,186 

1,125 
362 

1,476 
786 
778 
697 
936 
598 

1,324 
940 

1,080 
755 
857 
348 
713 
906 
551 


1,254 
1,669 


1,306 

987 


917 
















8,6& 
7,3C» 
4,05; 

3,90fi 
4,08;i 


















































































1,809 


1,329 




































6,3o; 
10,541 
9,23; 
9,66{ 

'■= 

8,79f 
6,551 
QM 
5,921 
7,748 
7,56:1 
6,941 
8,571 

17,976 
9,461- 
8,841' 
9,561 

12,053 
8,65C 
4,929 

214,172 
























1 


775 
1,318 

500 
1,102 

813 

847 
1,012 
1,335 

925 






















1,558 
473 


1,518 
1,238 


















































732 

1,092 

721 




































; 




































, 


1,292 


811 
































I 


927 
1,097 
845 
851 
801 
841 
965 
850 


1,077 
1,068 

818 
1,150 

485 
1,524 

768 


1,037 

1,125 

680 
















» 


1,114 

742 


1,114 
996 


1,079 
531 


1,038 


1,035 


1,451 


1^124 














677 
1,400 

757 


523 

1,085 
794 


467 
865 


546 
1,122 


638 


661 






I 




























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Tot 


al 





Election Department. 



Supplementary Police Listing, 1912. 





Pbecincts. 


"3 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


o 
Eh 


1 


5 
5 
5 
4 
4 
3 
9 
6 
18 
6 
18 
28 
7 
4 
2 
1 


6 

4 

9 

5 

6 

10 

11 

14 

27 

7 

6 

19 

3 

3 

1 

10 

6 

8 

7 

6 

6 

7 

4 

4 

4 

1 


6 

16 

9 

12 

4 

8 

16 

15 

12 

10 

10 

7 

10 

1 

7 

7 

4 

3 

5 

10 

4 

11 

3 

7 

1 

4 


2 

2 

12 

3 

6 

U 

10 

14 

24 

7 

25 

14 

7 

1 

11 

2 

4 

8 

14 

7 

1 

8 

5 

2 

3 

7 


7 
4 
7 
8 
4 

26 
8 
8 

33 
4 
9 

10 

12 
4 
4 
7 
4 

11 
6 
7 

8 
2 
3 
6 
3 


4 

2 

7 

6 

7 

15 

6 

14 

25 

17 

6 

15 

4 

4 

9 

5 

4 

18 

19 

2 

9 

4 

3 

3 

22 

7 


5 
9 


5 
12 


















45 


2 
















54 


3 


















49 


4 






















38 


5 






















31 


6 


7 


3 


















83 


7 


















60 


8 






















71 


9 


14 
32 
11 
11 

8 
5 

7 
7 
7 




















153 


10 


10 
12 


25 
12 
















118 


11 
















109 


12 














104 


13 


2 
3 
6 


















53 


14 
















25 


15 
















47 


16 
















39 


17 


11 


4 














44 


18 


5 
9 
6 
3 
3 
1 
4 
4 
5 














51 


19 


8 
3 
5 
5 
1 
1 
2 
5 


8 
3 
5 
3 
4 
7 
5 


9 

7 
5 














85 


20 

2i 


6 
3 


5 
5 


14 
2 




6 


20 


115 

48 


22 








49 


23 

24 


1 
6 
3 


2 
5 

7 


1 
2 


2 

1 


1 


1 




31 

45 


25 








57 


26 












32 






















Totj 


1 
















1,636 























City Document No. 13. 



Male Residents, April 1, 1912 (Including Supplementary List), as Returned by 

Listing Board. 





Pkecincts. 




KU 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


Totals. 




. 590 
. 920 
. 642 
. 613 
. 798 
. 1,495 
728 
. 1,506 
. 1,772 
. 843 
. 1,191 
. 1,500 
. 888 
. 985 
. 577 
. 656 
. 847 
. 995 
. 1,240 
. 1,085 
. 864 
. 1,290 
. 593 
. 827 
. 760 
. 723 


637 

707 

698 

657 

805 

1,754 

1,111 

2,255 

1,484 

795 

1,291 

1,134 

761 

893 

863 

1,124 

611 

1,098 

689 

1,090 

778 

1,247 

1,007 

964 

856 

535 


873 

796 

680 

813 

631 

1,634 

1,429 

1,432 

1,339 

915 

1,145 

956 

841 

568 

772 

1,412 

739 

1,153 

1,003 

1,224 

788 

811 

1,164 

1,049 

800 

745 


913 

851 

741 

593 

4G0 

1,795 

1,218 

2,031 

1,271 

896 

802 

1,477 

836 

728 

637 

1,220 

1,065 

1,361 

935 

1,009 

793 

1,437 

878 

840 

1,201 

676 


976 

759 

786 

586 

743 

1,993 

1,071 

1,675 

1,520 

732 

423 

1,231 

932 

990 

667 

1,092 

692 

1,045 

764 

1,279 

890 

1,240 

788 

843 

867 

869 


1,164 
712 
557 
682 
677 
823 
860 

1,714 

1,211 

1,142 
368 

1,491 
790 
782 
706 
941 
602 

1,340 
959 

1,082 
764 
861 
351 
716 
928 
558 


1,259 
1,678 


1,311 

999 


922 
















8,645 
7,422 
4,104 
3,944 
4,114 

12,642 
6,417 

10,613 


















































































1,816 


1,332 




























































789 
1,350 

511 
1,113 

821 

852 
1,019 
1,342 

932 




















9,386 
9,784 




1,568 

485 


1,543 
1,250 
































7,466 
8,902 




















734 
1,095 

727 


















6,603 




















6,893 




















5,968 




















7,787 




1,303 


815 
















7,606 
6,992 




















935 

1,100 

850 

856 

802 
842 
967 

855 


1,085 
1,071 

823 
1,153 

489 
1,531 

773 


1,046 

1,132 

685 
















8,656 




1,120 
745 


1,119 
1,001 


1,093 
533 


1,049 


1,041 


1,471 


1,126 


18,091 
9,514 












8,895 




678 

1,406 

760 


525 

1,090 

801 


468 
867 


548 
1,123 


639 


662 






9,592 








12,098 












8,713 
















4,961 
























: T 




215,805 







VOTES CAST AT 

SPECIAL PEIMAEY, 

APRIL 23, 1912. 



6 City Document No. 13. 

Votes Cast at Democratic Special State Primary, April 23, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 





Pkecincts. 


Totals 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 




Edward J. Barrett 

Michael F. O'Brien 


33 

64 

96 

194 


54 

37 

20 

111 


13 
18 
15 
46 


11 

77 

45 

135 


13 
190 

99 
303 


8 
166 
116 
292 


132 
552 


Thomas E. Raftery 


391 
1,081 







Votes Cast at Democratic=Progressive Special State Primary, 
April 23, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 



Ward 18 


Pebcincts. 


Totals 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 










1 

2 








1 














2 

















Votes Cast at Republican Special State Primary, April 23, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 



Wakd 18 


Precincts. 


Totals. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 






4 
1 


17 


7 


4 


1 


3 
1 

6 


36 




2 










1 
3 


1 




5 


17 


8 


4 


43 















Reg 


istered 


Election Department 

Male Voters, Presidential Pr 


mary, 


1912 




7 




Wakds. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


1 

^ 

3 

4 

S 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 


348 
375 
445 
419 
-425 
157 
120 
520 
494 
266 
487 
648 
353 
564 
280 
383 
360 
517 
692 
669 
554 
890 
408 
486 
810 


377 
264 
479 
369 
540 
295 
239 
647 
560 
305 
319 
527 
302 
502 
526 
681 
401 
480 
395 
784 
471 
704 
669 
511 
633 


601 
375 
485 
461 
330 
321 
415 
653 
293 
307 
480 
394 
247 
428 
490 
934 
432 
548 
573 
825 
497 
473 
449 
654 
760 


567 
325 
511 
368 
258 
291 
335 
682 
503 
302 
491 
631 
369 
519 
411 
715 
683 
634 
548 
671 
528 
833 
862 
589 
457 


565 
316 
540 
320 
407 
367 
334 
454 
535 
267 
320 
508 
396 
624 
517 
667 
417 
573 
390 
762 
556 
707 
1,038 
607 
635 


532 
438 
370 
260 
324 
336 
214 
580 
470 
356 
227 
606 
307 
503 
505 
640 
324 
718 
567 
684 
497 
622 

1,010 
478 

1,015 


707 
572 


863 
434 


545 
















5,105 
















3,099 


















2,830 






















2,197 






















2,284 


363 


206 


















2,336 


















1,657 






















3,536 


383 
731 
332 

549 
403 
570 
645 
720 
519 




















3,238 


709 
356 


679 
736 
















3,922 
















3,748 
















3,863 


401 
672 
467 


















2,778 


















4,382 


















3,841 


















4,740 


703 


508 
















4,347 
















3,470 


696 
818 
553 
555 
802 
611 
729 


718 
833 
561 
671 
728 
919 


557 
738 
507 
















5,136 


860 

447 


689 

598 


707 
348 


670 


764 


668 


764 


11,906 
6,117 










5,455 


437 

778 
















6,403 


24 

25 


700 


621 


696 










7,650 










5,039 


26 




















3,053 














!■•■■ 










■"T 1 










112,132 







City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 

1912.) 



Ward 1. 



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



Totals. 



Ward 2. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 



Totals. 



Ward 3. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Totals 



87 
56 
115 
139 
214 
260 
291 
384 
189 



229 
176 
240 
208 
211 
231 
420 
269 



1,£ 



167 
254 
286 
323 
310 
261 

1,601 



rt 



128 
163 
282 
215 
115 
37 
110 
138 
132 



1,735 1,320 



238 



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



Totals . 



Ward 6. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



206 
123 
183 
163 

144 

77 



Ward 5. 








142 
269 


63 


2 


59 


3 


156 


7 


4 


92 


44 


5... 


220 


25 


6 


157 


24 


Totals 


1,036 


222 



Totals. 



102 
117 
176 
158 
161 
80 
186 
116 

1,096 



Election Department. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 

1912.) 



Ward 7. 



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

Totals 



38 
87 
202 
154 
227 
170 



Ward 9. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

Totals 



305 
361 
227 
333 
217 
207 
244 



1,894 



169 



Ward 8. 






Precinct 1 


284 
254 


22 


2 


45 


3 


190 


156 


4 


309 


66 


5 


238 


41 


6 


285 


45 


Totals 


1,560 


375 



39 
30 
7 
22 
89 
112 
25 



324 



Ward 10. 



Precinct 1 

2 

3....... 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

Totals 

Ward 11 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

Totals 

Ward 12 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5... 

6 

7 

Totals 



62 
64 
102 
66 
31 
15 
19 
23 
49 



431 



44 
108 
114 
116 
130 
166 
419 
330 
300 



1,727 



208 
84 
184 
281 
232 
162 
209 
254 
444 



2,058 



1,220 



100 


263 


54 


250 


149 


98 


166 


197 


102 


159 


318 


80 


331 


44 



1,091 



10 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 

1912.) 



Ward 13. 


o 
B 

0) 

p 


a 
3 

3 

ft 

0) 


Ward 16. 


o 

a 

Q 


d 
o 

1 
ft 




234 
213 
147 


11 

5 

14 


Precinct 1 

2 


166 
333 
473 


41 


2 


56 


3 


3 


85 


4 


263 


11 


4 


190 


164 


5 


266 


19 


5 


198 


132 


6 


220 


12 


6 


115 


229 


" 7 


287 
262 


22 
18 


7 


278 


106 


8 


Totals 


1,753 


813 




1,892 


112 




Totals 




Ward 14. 






Ward 17. 






Precinct 1 


340 


40 


Precinct 1 


230 


24 


2 


378 


15 


2 


297 


10 


3 


251 


37 


3 


179 


102 


4 


248 


74 


4 


312 


148 


5 


268 
205 


98 
98 


5 

6 


279 
239 


20 


6 


9 


7 


304 


83 


7 


401 


15 


8 


317 


101 


8 


488 
292 


42 




9 




Totals 


2,311 


546 


61 




Totals 


2,717 










431 


Ward 15. 


159 

384 


17 
6 








Precinct 1 




2 


Ward 18. 






3 


299 


20 


Precinct 1 


270 


86 


4 


239 


26 


2 


165 


130 


5 


347 


42 


3 


93 


190 


6 


246 


69 


4 


202 


126 


7 


310 


82 


5 


410 


75 


8 


267 


52 


6 


393 


50 






Tota's 


2,251 


314 


Totals 


1,533 


657 



Election Department. 



11 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 

1912.) 



Ward 19. 


o 

a 

m 

Q 


1 


Ward 21. 


o 
o 

s 

Q 


a 

o 

1 




379 
245 
423 


94 
26 
25 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 


124 
131 
114 


194 


2... . 


101 


3 


145 


4 


392 


16 


4 


93 


218 


" S . . . 


185 
254 


58 
87 


5 


114 
72 


207 


6 


6 


242 


7 


494 


21 


7 


123 


195 


8 


458 


53 


8 


75 


248 


9 


. 287 


71 


9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 


87 
81 
91 
91 


219 


Totals 


3,117 


451 


163 
223 


Ward 20. 


203 


169 


100 




Totals 


1,196 






2,255 


2 


206 

228 


195 
197 








3 








4 


195 
328 


188 
74 








5 




6 


147 


136 








7 


163 

105 


300 
510 








8 


Ward 22. 










9 


128 

118 


261 
352 


. 


235 
296 


282 
104 


" 10 


2 


" 11 


127 
128 


239 
243 


" 3 


213 

147 


29 
260 


12 


4 




" 13 


140 
281 


176 
144 


S 


192 
73 


172 


" 14 


6 


271 


" 15 


128 


199 


7 


96 


228 


" 16 


195 


227 


" 8 


214 


113 








Totals 


2,820 


3,610 


Totals 


1,466 


1,459 



12 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY, 

1912.) 



Ward 23. 


6 

1 
o 
o 

a 


a 

ft 


Ward 25. 


u 
o 
o 

s 

P 


a 

3 
& 




108 
357 
254 
305 
243 
140 
99 
85 
114 


190 

83 

29 

139 

250 

372 

408 

385 

81 




178 
55 
53 
140 
174 
150 
220 


206 


2 


2 

3 


288 


" 3 


349 


" 4 


4 

« 5 


43 


" 5 


140 


6 

7 


6 

7 


311 
189 






« 8 


Totals 


970 




9 


1,526 




Ward 26 


339 






1,705 


1,937 


1,029 


Totals 








Grand totals 


40,461 


26,040 


Ward 24 


166 
158 
135 
117 
107 
148 
97 
167 
121 
124 
135 
148 


96 
100 
221 
220 
285 
187 
246 
331 
240 
288 
230 
202 




' 






2 




3 




4 

" 5 




" 6 ,. 

" 7 




« 8 




9 




10 




" 11 

" 12 




Totals 


1,623 


2,646 









DEMOCRATIC VOTES CAST AT 

PEESIDENTIAL PEIMARY ELECTION 

APRIL 30, 1912. 



14 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 

FOR DISTRICT DELEGATES, NINTH DISTRICT. 



Totals. 



Joseph A. Maynard. 
Michael J. Brophy. . 



Wards. 


•• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


12. 


598 
629 


611 
695 


610 
601 


337 
334 


472 
470 


346 
343 


229 
225 


948 
917 


480 
464 


196 
187 



4,827 
4,865 



TENTH DISTRICT. 





Wabds. 


Totals 




13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


17. 


20. 


24. 




Andrew R. Kelley 

Jeremiah J. McNamara 


575 

627 


773 
863 


737 

777 


698 
706 


854 
861 


1,283 
1,318 


652 
668 


5,572 
5,820 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 





Wards. 


Totals 




10. 


11. 


12. 


18. 


19. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


25. 




Group 1. 
WilUam H. Sullivan 


125 

167 
113 


105 

195 
132 


97 

145 
127 


329 

379 
365 


827 

617 
464 


247 

486 
374 


249 

420 
427 


214 

467 
641 


193 

316 
252 


2,386 


Gboup 2. 


3,192 


William M McMorrow 


2,895 







TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 26. 



Totals. 



Daniel J. Daley. . . . 
Richard Olney, 2d. 



187 
175 



187 
175 



1 Primary, April 30, 1912. 

T LARGE. 



Wahds. 



13. 14. IS. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26 



Totals. 



316 

195 

494 
507 
435 
405 
477 
363 
490 

67 

77 

138 

83 

233 

163 



320 

680 
709 
618 
576 
658 
532 
722 

122 



467 

278 

639 
678 
539 
522 
603 
506 
693 

132 



180 



116 



371 



439 

261 

611 
632 
534 
524 
597 
489 
645 

95 



559 

345 

661 
727 
570 
570 
669 
536 
745 

122 



138 133 



210 



120 



380 



277 



95 



355 



278 



297 

178 

452 
486 
402 
391 
454 
394 
501 

57 



564 

394 

856 
942 
754 
712 
847 
683 
867 

107 



203 95 163 



346 



435 



273 



190 



76 



272 



202 



846 
461 

1,116 

1,156 
952 
900 

1,047 
861 

1,248 

236 



236 416 162 



151 



645 



383 



203 

494 
496 
425 
408 
461 
423 
532 

107 

110 



310 

236 

519 
557 
465 
444 
501 
423 
526 

82 

114 



97 



724 



653 



397 

238 

579 
597 
505 
503 
569 
471 
605 

106 

119 



376 



233 



122 



673 
621 
503 
504 
662 
462 
613 

103 

133 



150 172 203 



260 



199 



80 



317 



194 



lie 



338 



248 



421 
443 
373 
343 
407 
337 
438 

73 

67 

95 

68 

262 

153 



167 
184 
151 
140 
164 
133 
183 

25 



33 



97 



42 



8,678 

5,934 

13,443 
14,250 
11,981 
11,530 
13,266 
11,371 
14,472 

2,275 

2,621 

3,920 

2,179 

7,789 

6,254 



Democratic Votes Cast at Presidenti 

FOR DELEGATES 



9. 


10. 


... 


533 


140 


135 


212 


99 


59 


429 


157 


152 


485 


179 


160 


369 


141 


150 


348 


145 


126 


557 


161 


148 


592 


132 


132 


649 


199 


186 


104 


66 


100 


123 


68 


81 


151 


73 


66 


103 


51 


50 


680 


138 


96 


765 


112 


105 



Group 1. 
Frank J. Donahue 

Gbottp 2. 
E. Gerry Brown 

Group 3. 

John W. CoughUn 

John F. Fitzgerald 

William P. Hayes 

Charles J. Martell 

Humphrey O'SuUivan , . . 

Charles B. Strecker 

David I. Walsh 

Group 4. 
Henry F. Burt 

Group 5. 
Henry T. Schaefer 

Group 6. 
George Fred Williams . . . 

Group 7. 
John P. Sweeney 

Group S. 
James H. Vahey 

Group 9. 
John A. Keliher 



314 

227 

521 
555 
460 
456 
520 
449 
562 

60 

85 

137 

65 



210 



229 

549 
566 
494 
484 
541 
469 
566 

74 

64 

108 

60 

258 

208 



205 

598 
671 
544 
546 
601 
503 
619 

109 
81 

130 
72 

343 

302 



183 

143 

305 
347 
278 
252 
299 
241 
325 

55 



239 



350 



457 
475 
409 
388 
461 
374 



63 



191 



170 



91 



59 



264 



260 



499 
533 
471 
472 
474 
466 
495 

44 

37 

57 



200 
221 
176 
162 
198 
165 
210 

42 



700 

928 
927 
905 
889 
899 
923 
937 

57 



67 



70 



139 



176 



160 



162 



105 



94 



iti 

Si 



1 Primary, April 

:es at large 


30, 


1912. 






















WaRD8. 


Totals 




13. 


14. 


IS. 


16. 


17. 


18. 


19. 


20. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


24. 


25. 


26. 




7 

2 

7 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
9 
B 

5 


137 

158 

332 
348 
366 
310 
348 
341 
341 
351 

103 


167 

229 

498 
499 
511 
473 
495 
485 
483 
510 

115 


164 

244 

461 
485 
507 
446 
497 
466 
473 
498 

117 


225 

270 

458 
467 
489 
410 
467 
432 
436 
436 

127 


267 

376 

538 
531 
533 
448 
545 
498 
514 
536 

147 


143 

183 

335 
346 
336 
284 
343 
303 
312 
309 

84 


285 

361 

600 
603 
648 
549 
638 
587 
603 
622 

159 


427 

540 

882 
935 
935 
797 
932 
858 
883 
862 

264 


161 

233 

366 
374 
375 
339 

377 
355 
362 
344 

96 


169 

229 

386 
382 
396 
341 
396 
363 
369 
378 

89 


186 

311 

437 
454 
462 
407 
465 
436 
437 
430 

112 


219 

248 

465 
488 
485 
365 
493 
457 
444 
440 

114 


95 

134 

278 
292 
296 
272 
301 
278 
283 
277 

100 


70 

60 

129 
136 
142 
118 
138 
124 
127 
136 

38 


3,945 

5,467 

9,842 

10,033 

10,196 

8,961 

10,141 

9,496 

9,615 

9,862 

2,504 



Democratic Votes Cast at President! 

FOR ALTERNATE DELEGi 



























1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 




144 


133 . 


93 


88 


114 


73 


62 


83 


163 


78 


82 




176 


144 


163 


115 


154 


74 


131 


114 


416 


114 


98 




360 


340 


458 


239 


350 


348 


152 


573 


314 


156 


130 




362 


346 


461 


240 


335 


315 


159 


568 


318 


162 


135 




369 


341 


489 


247 


354 


314 


153 


565 


314 


155 


133 




306 


318 


456 


214 


300 


298 


152 


545 


294 


149 


118 




372 


344 


485 


241 


352 


314 


150 


559 


309 


163 


135 




337 


329 


467 


228 


323 


303 


149 


548 


292 


146 


128 




338 


331 


463 


236 


335 


307 


154 


551 


280 


149 


125 




360 


348 


486 


240 


342 


326 


146 


562 


337 


159 


139 




88 


82 


90 


56 


73 


37 


41 


50 


120 


67 


60 





Group 1. 
James M. Folan 

Group 2. 
Joseph J. Leonard 

Group 3, 
Andrew A. Badaracco. . . . 

Charles F. Campbell 

Peter J. Flaherty 

James M. Folan 

Daniel H. Maguire 

Luke J. Minahan 

Daniel M O'Brien 

Joseph F. O'Connell 

Group 4 
John P. Kane 



Election Department. 



15 



Democratic Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 
FOR ALTERNATE DISTRICT DELEGATES, NINTH DISTRICT. 





Wards. 


Totals 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


S. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


{2. 




John J. Mahoney 

Grenville S. MacFarland .... 


470 
448 


447 
430 


582 
524 


314 

274 


403 
370 


239 
234 


183 
171 


424 
414 


401 
368 


149 
142 


3,612 
3,375 



TENTH DISTRICT. 





Waeds. 


Totals 




13. 


14. 


IS. 


16. 


17. 


20. 


24. 






175 


217 


235 


252 


329 


574 
12 


285 


2,067 




12 

















ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 





Wards, 






10. 


11. 


12. 


18. 


19. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


25. 






165 
163 


173 
170 


130 
136 


369 
355 


730 
680 


418 
429 


444 
439 


493 
479 


337 
320 


3,259 
3,171 


John F. Shea 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 





Ward 26'. 


Totals. 


Harold Williams, Jr 


145 
151 


145 




151 







16 City Document No. 13. 

Democratic Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 

PREFERENCE FOR PRESIDENT. 

Totals 
for City. 

Champ Clark 14,295 

Woodrow Wilson 5,802 

All others - 277 

Total 20,374 



PREFERENCE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Totals 
for City. 

John F. Fitzgerald. . 1,383 

Eugene N. Foss 1,305 

Champ Clark 89 

Woodrow Wilson 76 

James M. Curley 46 

David I. Walsh 28 

All others 779 

Total 3,706 



Election Department. 



17 



Number of Democratic Ballots Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912. 



Wards. 



Pkecincts. 



I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 



9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16 



41 


38 


105 


78 


116 


151 


144 


87 


107 


207 


73 


70 


24 


35 


218 


186 


175 


200 


67 


40 


44 


40 


67 


30 


117 


87 


153 


178 


75 


151 


96 


185 


123 


146 


152 


88 


177 


99 


130 


141 


86 


86 


149 


160 


68 


198 


75 


79 


79 


41 



85 

124 

198 

126 

104 

120 

113 

145 

143 

33 

82 

87 

65 

133 

115 

273 

99 

54 

194 

155 

72 

120 

114 

88 

45 



79 
110 
210 
103 

71 
100 

72 
239 
231 

20 

55 

90 
115 
146 
105 
111 
192 
117 
175 
134 

65 
102 
194 

75 
101 



120 

86 

206 

81 

161 

104 

97 

180 

109 

15 

27 

50 

120 

143 

197 

144 

139 

210 

84 

179 

79 

98 

125 

72 

128 



128 

124 

148 

42 

106 

56 

86 

215 

13 

24 

14 

167 

95 

110 

121 

77 

128 

216 

134 

109 

47 

47 

79 

96 

111 



140 



170 
28 
19 
192 
125 
143 
178 
168 
215 

260 
121 
85 
60 
66 
71 
138 



81 



123 
170 
152 

250 

216 
75 
44 

138 
58 

109 



90 



166 

127 
85 
60 

56 
87 



86 



96 



139 



Total. 



Totals. 



899 

956 

1,029 

583 

756 

744 

427 

1,183 

1,161 

325 

347 

673 

847 

1,176 

1,094 

1,054 

1,458 

837 

1,466 

1,904 

818 

874 

958 

1,021 

643 

261 

23,494 



REPUBLICAN VOTES CAST AT 

PEESIDENTIAL PEIMAEY ELECTION 

APRIL 30, 1912. 



20 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 
DISTRICT DELEGATES, NINTH DISTRICT. 



Group 1. 
Benjamin F. Campbell. 
Edgar F. Power 



Group 2. 
Alfred Tewksbury.. . 
Loyal L. Jenkins 



Wards. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


12. 


502 


88 


71 


83 


86 


105 


76 


144 


138 


54 


473 


88 


69 


84 


85 


100 


73 


135 


135 


54 


504 


86 


99 


61 


102 


139 


80 


154 


122 


44 


518 


87 


99 


61 


100 


138 


78 


154 


121 


44 



Totals. 



1,347 
1,296 



1,391 
1,400 



TENTH DISTRICT. 





Wards. 


Totals 




13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


17. 


20. 


24. 




Group 1. 
H Clifford Gallagher 


45 

46 

35 
35 

2 


283 

277 

189 
190 

5 


138 
141 

121 
116 

5 


326 
325 

349 
347 

20 


202 
203 

160 
163 

6 


1,513 
1,512 

1,538 
1,523 

21 


1,017 
952 

1,007 
1,039 

113 


3,524 




3,456 


Group 2. 


3,399 


William B Willcutt 


3,413 


Group 3. 


172 











ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


18. 


19. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


25. 


835 


1,359 


350 


183 


191 


1,009 


610 


863 


768 


828 


1,341 


351 


172 


192 


995 


598 


828 


762 


718 


466 


403 


336 


210 


791 


599 


861 


602 


709 


452 


396 


318 


206 


780 


619 


857 


593 



Totals. 



Group 1. 
Grafton D. Gushing. . 
W. Prentiss Parker. . . 



Group 2. 

Daniel W. Lane 

Jacob H. Mock 



6,168 
6,067 



4,986 
4,930 



idei 

3 A 



Primary, April 30, 1912. 

iRGE. 



Wards. 


























Totals 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


17. 


18. 


19. 


20. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


24. 


25. 


26. 




40 


206 


130 


370 


183 


365 


214 


1,635 


814 


609 


879 


1,173 


629 


505 


10,916 


41 


206 


129 


372 


184 


360 


215 


1,637 


817 


603 


873 


1,165 


628 


504 


10,887 


39 


206 


127 


370 


184 


351 


214 


1,619 


811 


598 


868 


1,155 


623 


504 


10,793 


40 


205 


127 


368 


182 


356 


213 


1,627 


810 


603 


870 


1,165 


625 


502 


10,818 


38 


205 


126 


366 


183 


349 


216 


1,620 


808 


594 


868 


1,159 


620 


500 


10,762 


40 


205 


128 


367 


184 


350 


214 


1,623 


811 


599 


872 


1,160 


626 


502 


10,800 


39 


206 


127 


366 


183 


348 


214 


1,621 


810 


598 


867 


1,161 


623 


500 


10,780 


38 


206 


127 


360 


182 


349 


215 


1,620 


811 


582 


869 


1,163 


627 


500 


10,758 


4 


11 


11 


8 


6 


21 


26 


91 


92 


193 


78 


47 


25 


16 


826 


29 


251 


128 


319 


171 


159 


161 


1,344 


870 


523 


718 


875 


693 


331 


9,991 


32 


254 


128 


321 


173 


154 


165 


1,345 


863 


526 


718 


864 


691 


328 


9,972 


30 


251 


125 


319 


168 


142 


162 


1,335 


856 


518 


712 


871 


689 


329 


9,886 


29 


252 


124 


316 


171 


140 


164 


1,319 


855 


615 


710 


855 


689 


326 


9,831 


29 


251 


126 


316 


171 


141 


162 


1,321 


854 


518 


711 


860 


687 


325 


9,842 


29 


251 


125 


317 


168 


136 


163 


1,321 


852 


515 


711 


859 


688 


326 


9,826 


29 


250 


120 


314 


166 


139 


159 


1,308 


849 


504 


700 


842 


684 


325 


9,715 


28 


243 


116 


311 


162 


133 


146 


1,274 


801 


457 


665 


821 


665 


315 


9,377 



Republican Votes Cast at Presidet 

DELEGATES A 

























1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


530 


105 


104 


67 


107 


153 


77 


170 


139 


740 


497 


526 


103 


105 


66 


107 


152 


77 


172 


139 


743 


487 


524 


105 


103 


66 


105 


151 


76 


168 


138 


732 


487 


520 


102 


103 


66 


105 


147 


76 


167 


139 


735 


491 


517 


104 


105 


66 


105 


152 


76 


165 


139 


731 


480 


522 


103 


102 


66 


105 


149 


76 


171 


138 


730 


484 


519 


104 


103 


66 


106 


152 


78 


168 


139 


732 


480 


516 


105 


103 


66 


106 


147 


77 


166 


137 


733 


481 


36 


7 


4 


7 


8 


12 


4 


6 


12 


27 


37 


404 


67 


62 


75 


78 


81 


61 


119 


119 


768 


1,230 


408 


68 


63 


77 


75 


77 


59 


118 


120 


764 


1,226 


399 


67 


62 


76 


75 


74 


59 


115 


116 


757 


1,223 


392 


65 


63 


75 


74 


76 


57 


113 


116 


759 


1,218 


396 


64 


62 


75 


74 


77 


58 


114 


115 


756 


1,220 


395 


63 


63 


74 


73 


7S 


58 


115 


112 


758 


1,220 


388 


61 


61 


72 


74 


74 


57 


114 


113 


748 


1,211 


369 


64 


60 


71 


70 


71 


54 


106 


109 


741 


1.187 



Group 1. 

Charles S. Baxter 

George W. Coleman 

Frederick Fosdick 

Albert Bushnell Hart 

Octave A. La Riviere. . . . 

James P. Magenis 

Arthur L. Nason 

Alvin G. Weeks 

Group 2. 
Frank Seiberlich 

Group 3 
Wiuthrop Murray Crane 

John L. Bates 

Lucius Tuttle 

John W. Weeks 

Samuel B. Capen 

Samuel J. Elder, ....... 

James F. Cavanagh 

Edmond Cot6 



il Primary, April 30, 1912. 

5S AT LARGE. 



Wards. 


























Totals 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


17. 


18. 


19. 


20. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


24. 


25. 


26. 




47 


285 


149 


380 


215 


192 


197 


1,529 


1,015 


597 


840 


1,049 


757 


390 


11,548 


44 


284 


146 


379 


208 


178 


192 


1,507 


1,008 


583 


828 


1,040 


747 


380 


11,367 


44 


284 


147 


380 


208 


178 


192 


1,512 


1,003 


591 


833 


1,038 


746 


384 


11,385 


45 


283 


146 


376 


207 


179 


194 


1,508 


1,002 


583 


832 


1,029 


746 


381 


11,349 


44 


285 


147 


377 


208 


182 


191 


1,514 


1,010 


584 


837 


1,038 


747 


382 


11,410 


44 


285 


148 


380 


211 


179 


194 


1,515 


1,008 


593 


839 


1,047 


751 


384 


11,436 


44 


284 


146 


379 


209 


191 


192 


1,514 


1,000 


586 


831 


1,032 


749 


381 


11,392 


43 


285 


146 


372 


209 


179 


192 


1,508 


1,003 


585 


828 


1,031 


747 


379 


11,341 


33 


191 


127 


349 


166 


337 


205 


1,546 


782 


591 


863 


1,087 


598 


488 


10,327 


35 


190 


124 


342 


163 


335 


207 


1,535 


770 


577 


855 


1,074 


693 


482 


10,225 


33 


189 


124 


344 


162 


334 


205 


1,522 


768 


576 


852 


1,072 


588 


484 


10,175 


34 


190 


123 


339 


164 


337 


203 


1,530 


769 


580 


857 


1,074 


590 


483 


10,188 


34 


190 


123 


343 


164 


329 


205 


1,529' 


775 


575 


856 


1,076 


589 


488 


10,181 


34 


189 


122 


346 


162 


332 


202 


1,538 


771 


577 


854 


1,076 


592 


484 


10,202 


34 


190 


123 


343 


161 


331 


202 


1,530 


773 


574 


856 


1,076 


587 


483 


10,175 


34 


190 


125 


344 


165 


334 


204 


1,534 


770 


574 


856 


1,074 


592 


484 


10,211 



Republican Votes Cast at President 

ALTERNATE DELEGA'! 









1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


Group 1. 


467 
462 
456 
458 
460 
457 
459 
454 

485 
483 
478 
479 
476 
480 
477 
480 


86 
83 
83 
86 
84 
84 
84 
83 

94 
96 
92 
92 
91 
92 
91 
95 


82 
83 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 
81 

98 
99 
98 
98 
96 
96 
96 
97 


84 
82 
81 
82 
82 
82 
83 
83 

64 
65 
63 
62 
62 
62 
63 
62 


86 
84 
85 
85 
87 
86 
84 
85 

102 
102 
102 
100 
100 
101 
101 
100 


114 
108 
110 
111 
111 
112 
110 
109 

139 
139 
136 
135 
135 
136 
136 
140 


80 
75 

77 
75 

77 
77 
77 
76 

70 
69 
69 
71 
69 
-68 
70 
72 


149 
149 
149 
148 
150 
148 
150 
148 

155 
150 

148 
148 
148 
155 
149 
151 


140 
133 
134 
133 
135 
137 
135 
135 

125 
123 
125 
126 
123 
123 
122 
123 


856 
845 
844 
844 
853 
847 
850 
847 

714 
709 
706 
708 
706 
706 
709 
704 


1,347 
1,332 
1,336 
1,329 
1,334 
1,336 
1,332 
1,329 

476 
468 
465 
467 
461 
466 
462 
468 


41f 




40( 




40f 




40( 




41( 




41] 




40< 




40^ 


Group 2. 


44S 




44( 


Richard R. Flynn 


44( 




42C 




43f 




435 




43f 




43£ 







Election Department. 



21 



Republican Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 19 12. 

DISTRICT DELEGATES, TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 26. 



Totals. 



Group 1 

J. Stearns Gushing 

George L. Barnes 

Group 2 

Frank A. Morrill 

James W. French 



385 


385 


381 


381 


484 


484 


477 


477 



ALTERNATE DISTRICT DELEGATES, NINTH DISTRICT. 





Wards. 


Totals 




'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


12. 




Group 1. 
Daniel T. Callahan 


484 
472 

418 
408 


91 

88 

75 

74 


94 
91 

70 
68 


66 
61 

74 
73 


99 
96 

85 
82 


138 
149 

100 
111 


71 
69 

68 
68 


147 
143 

122 
123 


116 
114 

119 
116 


43 
43 

53 
53 


1,349 




1,326 


Group 2. 


1,184 


Virgilio Lombardi . 


1,176 







TENTH DISTRICT. 



Group 1 

Frank B. Crane 

William E. Hingston 

Group 2. 

Lee M. Friedman 

Arthur P. Russell 









Wards. 






13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


17. 


20. 


24. 


33 


189 


113 


347 


166 


1,499 


1,013 


32 


188 


111 


341 


163 


1,476 


984 


38 


253 


121 


340 


175 


1,356 


895 


39 


253 


126 


348 


174 


1,353 


91C 



Totals. 



3,361 
3,295 

3,178 
3,203 



22 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 
ALTERNATE DISTRICT DELEGATES, ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 





Wards. 


Totals 




10. 


II. 


12. 


18. 


19. 


21. 


22. 


23. 


25. 




Group 1. 


680 
672 

778 
766 


462 
462 

1,282 
1,271 


391 
382 

323 
321 


317 
310 

173 
199 


198 
200 

182 
179 


772 
761 

956 
945 


582 
583 

574 
571 


863 
864 

807 
802 


587 

578 

746 
725 


4,852 
4,812 

5,820 


Benjamin C. Lane 

Group 2. 
Martin Hays 


Charles H. Diggs 


5,779 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 





Ward 26. 


Totals. 


Louis E. Flye 


Group 1. 


370 
369 

470 
468 


370 




369 


C. Edson Abbott 


Group 2. 


470 


Franklin T. Miller 


468 







Election Department. 23 

Republican Votes Cast at Presidential Primary, April 30, 1912. 

PREFERENCE FOR PRESIDENT. 

Totals 
for City. 

Robert M. LaFollette 250 

Theodore Roosevelt 10,651 

William Howard Taft 11,161 

All others 24 

Total 22,086 

PREFERENCE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Totals 
for City. 

Robert M. LaFollette 327 

James S. Sherman 170 

John L. Bates 161 

Eugene N. Foss 142 

Charles E. Hughes : 92 

Curtis Guild 86 

W. Murray Crane 76 

Albert J. Beveridge 75 

Theodore Roosevelt 70 

William Howard Taft 61 

John D. Long 59 

Henry Cabot Lodge 50 

Charles H. Innes 43 

Thomas W. Lawson 36 

John F. Fitzgerald 28 

Robert P. Bass '• 28 

All others • 387 

Total 1,891 



24 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Republican Ballots Cast at Presidential Primary, 1912. 



Wards. 



Precincts. 



I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. I. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 



Totals. 



1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 



109 

29 

80 

25 

57 

12 

24 

19 

39 

37 

180 

232 

11 

35 

15 

38 

19 

82 

85 

153 

155 

250 

170 

76 

196 



137 
13 
27 
38 
57 
57 
34 
39 
30 
99 
74 

214 

4 

14 

6 

50 

9 

121 
23 

180 



79 

90 

273 



226 

24 
42 
43 
7 
26 
39 

144 

8 

96 

171 
90 
13 
36 
20 
76 
92 

171 
23 

185 

115 
26 
23 

197 

342 



190 

20 

9 

22 

44 

23 

56 

65 

23 

106 

268 

157 

11 

70 

25 

154 

141 

124 

15 

182 

191 

240 

133 

195 

39 



103 

18 

24 

8 

20 

43 

6 

38 

80 

114 

206 

136 

16 

88 

39 

124 

18 

28 

52 

66 

166 

139 

220 

242 

133 



29 

60 

10 

24 

23 

90 

8 

43 

102 

147 

153 

75 

10 

87 

62 

234 

10 

96 

85 

127 

202 

242 

333 

162 

299 



79 
19 



37 



14 
381 

198 
38 
17 
84 
78 

103 
15 

20 
276 
161 
204 
382 
213 
183 



98 

27 



24 



303 

227 

15 

97 
46 

38 

48 
381 
234 
105 
366 
287 



108 



362 

407 



59 

70 
248 
178 

69 
210 



322 
141 



251 



226 
201 



199 



231 

85 



167 



128 



183 



206 



1,079 ^ 
210 
192 
160 
208 
312 
167 
348 ■ 
296 
1,645 
1,884 I 
942 
97 
511 I 
291 I 
779 
401 
622 
421 
3,261 
1,918 
1,294 
1,775 
2,294 ' 
1,465 
918 



Total. 



23,490 



VOTES CAST AT 

SPECIAL ELECTION 

MAY 7, 1912. 



26 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast at Special State Election, May 7, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. (To Fill 

Vacancy.) 



Ward 18. 


Precincts. 


Totals 




'• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 




Michael F. O'Brien 


85 

10 

2 


54 
21 


24 
17 


66 
15 


160 
13 

4 


193 

8 


582 


Charles H. Seales 


84 
6 












Votes cast 

Blanks 


97 
2 


75 
2 


41 


81 


177 
3 


201 

2 


672 
9 












99 


77 


41 


81 


180 


203 


681 







Election Department. 



27 



Registerec 


Male 


Voters on First 


Printed List, June 1, 


1912. 




Wards. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


IS. 


16. 




I 


314 
336 
422 
383 
398 
135 
96 
447 
415 
213 
427 
498 
310 
501 
248 
355 
288 
478 
632 
631 
488 
826 
400 
443 
401 


350 
229 
439 
331 
482 
255 
205 
519 
447 
254 
283 
412 
269 
466 
456 
635 
343 
409 
344 
746 
442 
648 
625 
484 
448 


536 
328 
446 
409 
282 
273 
331 
548 
253 
231 
403 
329 
196 
381 
430 
866 
375 
457 
551 
812 
460 
406 
535 
645 
458 


541 
286 
452 
333 
248 
224 
250 
613 
431 
247 
417 
514 
327 
475 
375 
655 
650 
540 
486 
644 
484 
797 
578 
581 
423 


505 
279 
475 
277 
348 
287 
248 
376 
414 
208 
295 
389 
345 
593 
472 
610 
362 
506 
352 
728 
482 
643 
440 
572 
521 


461 
408 
335 
234 
291 
256 
166 
487 
399 
301 
207 
500 
264 
456 
468 
586 
284 
624 
471 
661 
471 
603 
250 
448 
503 


668 
501 


774 
364 


514 
















4,663 


2 
















2,731 


3 


















2,569 


4 






















1,967 


5 






















2,049 


5 


284 


193 


















1,907 


7 


















1,296 


8 






















2,990 


9 


318 
596 
294 
470 
362 
525 
595 
614 
474 
















.... 




2,677 


10 


623 
326 


573 
691 
















3,246 


11 
















3,343 


12 
















3,112 


IJ 


361 
608 
440 


















2,434 


14 


















4,005 


15 


















3,484 




















4,321 


17 


649 


476 
















3,901 


















3,014 


19 


650 
795 
501 
500 
504 
578 
529 


660 
782 
546 
607 
358 
965 
472 


523 
683 
477 
















4,669 


20 


801 
403 


630 
579 


684 
330 


611 


729 


625 


743 


11,305 


21 


5,663 


22 










5,030 


23 


436 
779 
514 


389 
666 

455 


386 
617 


386 
669 


437 


462 






6,186 








7,447 


25. 










4,724 


















Total 


98,733 







28 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters, State Primary, 1912. 



Wards. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


Totals. 


I 


327 
361 
436 
399 
422 
147 
106 
491 
496 
226 
465 
594 
331 
522 
272 
372 
309 
512 
682 
664 
529 
855 
417 
472 
423 
284 


366 

248 
458 
352 
496 
281 
232 
605 
534 
274 
315 
467 
290 
489 
483 
673 
365 
425 
372 
774 
468 
673 
668 
507 
476 
305 


560 
367 
469 
446 
301 
304 
386 
608 
311 
265 
433 
364 
229 
397 
457 
896 
399 
478 
579 
856 
489 
427 
574 
668 
480 
410 


562 
308 
483 
361 
259 
248 
300 
705 
521 
267 
456 
592 
369 
491 
401 
683 
691 
581 
522 
676 
509 
832 
616 
610' 
459 
362 


536 

298 
495 
298 
364 
335 
276 
404 
495 
223 
306 
433 
381 
617 
487 
642 
382 
562 
382 
781 
512 
676 
468 
590 
553 
261 


490 
436 
352 
251 
317 
286 
183 
564 
470 
342 
215 
576 
301 
475 
484 
615 
296 
681 
523 
689 
507 
622 
264 
458 
547 
336 


710 
543 


809 
409 


560 
















4,920 


2 
















2,970 


3 


















2,693 


4 






















2,107 


5 






















2,159 


6 


322 


213 


















2 136 


7 


















1,483 


8 






















3.377 


9 


362 
665 
308 
541 
394 
547 
628 
646 
509 










■ ■ ■ " 










3,189 


10 


654 
339 


634 

727 
















3,550 


11 
















3,564 


12 
















3,567 


13 


386 
648 
457 


















2,681 


14 


















4,186 


15 


















3,669 


16 


















4,527 


17 


702 


505 
















4,158 


18 
















3,239 


19 


693 
825 
520 
521 
525 
594 
558 
291 


685 
798 
568 
650 
370 
1,011 
495 


549 
708 
496 
















4,987 


20 

21 


825 
420 


651 

608 


705 
350 


630 


768 


675 


769 


11,794 
5,976 


22 










5,256 


23 


455 
812 
532 


399 
691 

482 


397 
636 


405 
714 


449 


473 






6,480 


24 






7,763 


25 










5,005 


26 














2,249 
























Total 


107,685 







Election Department. 



29 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1912.) 



Ward 1. 


o 

s 

Q 


a 
3 

3 


."2 

O 

m 


Ward 4. 


6 
IS 
o 

a 

a> 

Q 


a 

03 
3 

& 


-t3 

O 
CO 


Precinct I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


108 
76 
139 
181 
273 
311 
365 
449 
268 


127 
165 
271 
215 
123 
38 
116 
144 
133 


1 
1 
1 

3 

1 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


291 
190 
290 
263 
240 
146 


24 
44 
45 
23 
9 
29 




7 

8 


Totals 


1,420 


174 




9 




Totals 


2,170 


, 1,332 


7 


Ward 5. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


223 
335 
221 
140 

281 
218 


66 
58 
7 
40 
21 
27 




Ward 2. 

Precinct 1 

2. 

3 

4 

5 


253 
181 
281 
239 
226 
274 
432 
297 


33 
18 
31 
29 
24 
77 
26 
24 


1 

1 


1 


6 


Totals 


1,418 


219 


1 


" 7 

" 8 






Ward 6. 

Precinct I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


116 
140 
223 
191 
209 
94 
211 
136 


11 
68 
26 
20 
46 
96 
42 
39 




Totals 


2,183 


262 


2 




Ward 3. 

Precinct 1 

« 2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


226 
310 
328 
388 
354 
289 


91 
28 
45 
12 
25 
10 


1 
3 




Totals 


1,895 


211 


4 


Totals 


1,320 


348 





30 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1912.) 



Ward 7. 


6 

O 

s 

a) 
P 


i 

p. 


.2 

o 

m 


Ward 10. 


1 
o 
o 

s 

o 

Q 


a 
3 

3 

a 


"3 
o 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


54 
127 
248 
171 
218 
153 


29 
37 
43 
55 
9 
9 


2 

1 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


119 
71 
53 
41 
24 
38 
70 
93 
67 


38 
99 
109 
112 
117 
139 
396 
316 
377 


1 
3 


Totals 


971 


182 


3 


1 








Totals 


576 


1,703 


5 


Ward 8. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

" 4 

5 

6 


324 
349 
236 
370 
265 
361 


20 
39 
155 
60 
42 
49 


■ 2 

2 
1 

1 


Ward 11. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


84 
88 
127 
67 
36 
16 
21 
22 
77 


195 
80 
175 
265 
212 
158 
202 
249 
429 


1 
5 
1 
3 


Totals 


1,905 


365 


6 


1 








Totals 


538 


1,965 


11 


Ward 9. 

Precinct I 

2 

« 3 

4 

5 . 

6 

1. ...... 


340 
400 
267 
406 
253 
246 
290 


49 
27 
4 
25 
86 
101 
15 


2 

2 
2 

1 

1 

1 


Ward 12. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 


147 
78 
168 
202 
108 
353 
403 


254 

231 

87 

187 

162 

75 

40 


1 
2 

1 


Totals 


2,202 


307 


9 


Totals 


1,459 


1,036 


4 



Election Department. 



31 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1912.) 



Ward 13. 



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

Totals. . 

Wabd 14, 

Precinct 1 . . . 

2... 

3 . . . 

4... 
5... 
6... 

7... 
8... 

Totals . . 

Wabd 15 

Precinct 1 . . . 

2... 

3... 

4 . . . 

5 . . . 
6... 
7... 
8... 

Totals . . 



257 
235 
169 
309 
306 
256 
299 
295 



380 
414 
276 
294 
334 
247 
358 
371 



194 
403 
335 

278 
388 
288 
375 
298 

2,559 



36 
14 
40 
70 

106 
97 
90 

108 



561 



17 
4 
27 
29 
42 
70 
84 
69 

342 



Ward 16. 



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



Totals . 



Wabd 18. 
Precinct 1 . . . . 
2.... 
3.... 
4.... 
5.... 
6.... 



^ 


a 
















XI 


e 


Q 




(U 


Q 


rt 


218 


38 


420 


55 


574 


75 


265 


171 


270 


125 


165 


255 


359 


99 


2271 


818 



Ward 17. 








Precinct 1 


200 


18 




2 


297 


12 




3 


194 


98 


2 


4 


367 


157 




5 


286 


24 




6 


241 


9 


1 


7 


419 


15 


1 


8 


544 


41 




9 


325 


56 




Totals 


2,873 


430 


4 



Totals . 



309 


76 


173 


121 


104 


197 


222 


120 


451 


24 


432 


95 


1,691 


633 



32 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1912.) 



Ward 19. 


o 
o 

s 

Q 


a 
a 

o 

1 
a 


o 

02 


Ward 21. 


6 

c3 
M 

O 

s 

(0 

Q 


a 

03 
o 

=1 


+3 

is 

o 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


450 
278 
477 
436 
230 
312 
569 
509 
342 


99 
26 
31 
16 
63 
90 
18 
56 
72 


1 
1 

1 

2 
6 

5 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 


162 
193 
191 
137 
147 
104 
169 
125 
118 
110 
140 
134 


199 
110 
137 
226 
197 
255 
178 
272 
211 
164 
234 
103 


1 

2 

1 


Totals 


3,603 


471 


16 




Ward 20. 


297 
327 
354 
280 
468 
276 
215 
134 
179 
167 
173 
176 
210 
392 
246 
290 


178 
192 
199 
198 
80 
148 
325 
425 
263 
340 
250 
271 
171 
151 
211 
232 


1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

4 




Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

« 7 


Totals 


1,730 


2,286 


4 




8 

9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 

" 13 

" 14 

" 15 

" 16 


Ward 22. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


309 
385 
270 
225 
268 
121 
132 
310 


287 
106 
30 
271 
172 
283 
222 
119 


1 
1 

3 

1 
2 
3 
4 


Totals 


4,184 


3,634 


11 


Totals 


2,020 


1,490 


15 



Election Department. 



33 



Number of Members of Each Political Party Enrolled in Each 
Voting Precinct. 

(AS BY CHECK LISTS USED AT STATE PRIMARY, 1912.) 



Ward 23. 


u 
o 

o 

e 

Q 


c 

1 


3 
1 


Ward 25. 


o 
H 

a 
Q 


ft 

Pi 


•| 
3 
o 

02 


Precinct I 


135 


174 




Precinct 1 


123 


143 


1 


2 


442 


86 




2....:.. 


72 


249 


1 


3 


340 


61 


3 


3 


176 


153 


1 


4 


340 


104 


2 


4 


237 


52 




5 


265 


60 


1 


5 


68 


303 




6 


64 


98 




6 


218 


162 


3 


7 


125 


160 


4 


7 


121 


170 




8 


59 


199 




8 


223 


111 


1 


9 


158 


95 




9 


186 


164 




" 10 


61 

81 

67 

104 


223 
199 
210 
180 


1 

2 
1 


10 


132 


196 




« 11 

« 12 


Totals 


1,556 


1,703 


7 


" 13....... 


Ward 26. 








" 14 


102 


196 


3 


Precinct 1 

2 


57 
48 


46 
96 


3 


Totals 


2,343 


2,045 


17 


3 










3 

4 


96 

47 


91 
123 


3 


Ward 24. 








1 


Precinct 1 


240 


90 




5 


.138 


18 




2 


253 


93 


1 


6 


100 


57 




3 . . . ^. . . 


218 
191 


224 
226 




7 


108 


44 


2 


4 


Totals 


594 


475 


12 


" 5 


163 


286 












6 


178 
146 


192 
257 


1 


Grand totals, 


50,746 


25,855 


168 


7 










8 


260 


367 












9 


203 


260 


1 










" 10 


180 


293 


2 










" 11 


202 


255 










, 


" 12 


231 


205 


1 










Totals 


2,465 


2,748 


6 





DEMOCRATIC VOTES CAST AT 

STATE PRIMAEY, 

SEPTEMBER 24, 1912. 



36 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 1. 


ai 
o 

m 

z 

H 
O 



K 

d 

a 

CM 

01 
O 
1-5 


O 
< 


Ward 4. 


m 
m 
O 

g 


9 

w 

H 

d 

s 

m 
O 


o 

O 

< 


Precinct I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


41 
48 
79 
100 
158 
160 
218 
229 
142 


42 

21 

38 

39 

78 

105 

107 

140 

85 


1 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


144 
118 
154 
128 
97 
74 


106 
58 
106 
108 
120 
58 




7 

8 


Totals 


715 


556 




9 




Totals 


1,175 


655 


1 


Ward S. 

Precinct 1 

2. 

3 

4 

5 

6 


131 
215 
114 
65 
131 
112 


73 
84 
82 
56 
118 
89 




Wahd 2. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

« 5 


148 
90 
162 
139 
132 
167 
271 
148 


62 
45 
68 
54 
55 
73 
86 
111 






6 


Totals 


768 


502 




7 

8 






Ward 6. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3....... 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


76 

72 
121 

80 
103 

60 
107 

82 


12 
49 
64 
81 
66 
9 
67 
31 




Totals 


1,257 


554 






Ward 3. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


137 
167 
200 
226 
216 
179 


63 
107 

91 
118 

87 

80 




1 


Totals 


1,125 


546 




Totals 


701 


379 


1 



Election Department. 



37 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 7. 



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

Totals 



34 

63 

123 

72 
96 
61 



449 



Ward 9. 

Precinct 1 

" 2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

Totals 



369 



Ward 8. 


237 
278 
169 
296 
173 
249 


27 


2 


29 


3 

4 


30 
85 


S 


62 


6 


59 


Totals 


1,402 


292 



84 


197 


113 


225 


81 


152 


131 


236 


97 


114 


90 


112 


111 


124 


707 


1,160 



Ward 10. 



Precinct 1 . . . 

2. .. 

3. . . 

4. .. 

5. .. 
6... 

7. .. 

8. . . 

9. .. 

Totals... 

Ward 11. 
Precinct 1 . . . 
2... 
3... 
4.. . 
5.. . 
6... 
7... 
8.. . 
9. . 

Totals... 

Ward 12 
Precinct 1 . . . 
2 . . . 
3... 
4.. . 
5 . . . 
6 . . . 
7 . . . 

Totals... 



257 



239 



61 
51 
82 
101 
56 
150 
209 



710 



37 
28 
24 
12 
4 
8 
25 
27 
14 



179 



28 

34 

40 

19 

4 

3 

4 

3 

16 



58 
19 
53 
87 
36 
154 
143 



550 



38 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 13. 


m 
m 

1 


H 


w 

I 

n 

A< 
19 
m 
O 

1-5 


o 

< 


Ward 16. 


m 

o 

19 

i 


i 

I 
ij 

H 

d 

w 

Ph 

la 

CO 

o 


Precinct 1 


121 


102 




Precinct 1 


108 


99 


« 2 


120 

93 

147 

148 


77 

58 

122 

121 


1 


2 


201 
326 
108 
108 


156 


3 


3 


191 


« 4 


4 


98 


5 


5 , 


123 


6 


130 
172 
162 


97 

105 

91 




" 6 


83 
111 


56 


7 


7 


196 


8 


Totals 


1,045 


919 




1,093 


773 


1 






Totals 




Ward 14. 








Ward 17. 








161 
220 
165 
147 
165 
116 


160 

145 

73 

90 
121 

87 






48 

96 

67 

109 

84 
79 


103 


2 


2 


155 


3 


3 


87 


4 


4 


188 


5 


5 


146 


6 


6 


117 


7 


179 
185 


120 
128 




7 


129 
152 
106 


236 


8 


8 

9 


286 


Totals 


1,338 


924 




155 




Totals 


870 












1,473 


Ward 15. 


97 
173 


70 
173 










Precinct 1 




2 


Ward 18. 






3 


175 


104 




Precinct 1 


138 


122 


4 


131 


110 




2 


76 


65 


5 


209 


155 




3 _ 


42 


34 


6 


1.39 


97 




4 


85 


86 


7 


163 


151 




5 


166 


227 


8 


137 


122 




6 


210 


161 


Totals..?... . 


1,224 


982 




Totals 


717 


695 



Election Department. 



39 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 19. 


03 

m 
O 

H 
O 


d 

S 
& 

m 
O 

1-5 


2 

O 
< 


Ward 21. 


o 
z 


D 


M 
S 

H 
iJ 

d 

a 

CM 
H 

to 

C 

i-s 


O 
< 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


229 
149 
256 
227 
130 
144 
301 
273 
153 


163 
99 
148 
147 
76 
128 
198 
173 
127 


1 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 


64; 

91 

87 
62 
76 
51 
71 
52 
67 
48 
59 
56 


70 
70 
76 
49 
45 
36 
72 
58 
47 
38 
40 
60 




Totals 


1,862 


1,259 


1 


1 


Ward 20. 


138 

165 

159 

143 

184 

144 

114 

69 

64 

80 

70 

75 

78 

205 

64 

144 


119 

111 

139 

104 

233 

113 

64 

35 

80 

63 

79 

59 

104 

147 

159 

104 






Precinct I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 


Totals 


774 


661 


1 




8 

9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 

*' 13 

" 14 

" 15 

" 16 


Ward 22. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


163 
212 
137 
115 
156 
74 
83 
181 


90 
131 

98 
78 
84 
24 
34 
106 




Totals 


1,896 


1,713 




Totals 


1,121 


645 





40 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 23. 


i 

o 

a 
P 


g 
m 

>3 

o 

a 

to 

o 


Ward 25. 


m 
m 
O 
fa 

Z 


d 
5 

m 
O 

>-5 


o 
< 


Precinct 1 


88 

290 

219 

212 

164 

39 

64 

40 

92 

35 

53 

53 

54 

43 


27 
116 
84 
95 
78 
18 
45 
12 
38 
16 
21 
11 
36 
27 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9. 

" 10 


54 
33 
74 

113 
41 
97 
50 

102 
80 
61 


49 
30 
84 
102 
17 
98 
54 
95 
89 
49 




« 2 




3 

4 




5 

6 

7 

« 8 




9 

« 10 








" 11 


Totals 


705 


667 




" 12 




" 13 

" 14 


Ward 26. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 


31 
32 
48 
31 
92 
72 
58 


26 
15 
46 
14 
41 
27 
45 




Totals 


1,446 


624 








Ward 24. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 


100 
87 

104 
71 
73 
81 
85 

122 

101 
72 
95 
94 


109 

141 
90 

108 
79 
72 
48 

108 
64 
82 
84 

113 








" 4 

5 


Totals 


364 


214 




" 6 


Grand totals, 


25,045 


18,540 


6 


a 7 




8 




9 




10 




11 




" 12 








Totals 


1,085 


1,098 















Election Department. 



41 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 



FOR L]j:UTENANT GOVERNOR. 


FOR SECRETARY. 


Wards. 


IB 
K 
< 

Q 


i 
< 

Q 
■< 

Q 


o 
A 

O 
< 


Wards. 


D 

M 
< 


1 


352 
375 
289 
295 
317 
235 
191 
158 
503 
100 

68 
221 
574 
725 
929 
559 
450 
308 
550 
725 
283 
298 
294 
515 
260 

85 


1,379 

1,286 

1,312 

886 

877 

653 

478 

1,433 

1,165 

312 

224 

991 

1,206 

1,476 

1,199 

1,311 

1,768 

1,002 

2,432 

2,621 

1,087 

1,387 

1,666 

1,545 

1,041 

469 


1 
1 


1 


1,406 


2 


2 


1,295 


3 


3 


1,374 


4 ... 


4 


926 


5; 


5 


966 


6 


6 


566 


7 


7 


624 


8 


8 -. . . . 


1,251 


9 


9 


1,296 


10 


10 


353 


11 


11 


290 


12 


12 


963 


13 


13 


1,453 


14 


14 


1,760 


15 .... 


15 


1,712 




16 


1,590 


17 


17 


1,782 




18 


1,081 


19 


19 


2,463 




20 


2,915 


21 


21 


1,160 




22 


1,410 


23 


23 


1,711 




24 


1,765 


25 


25 


1,080 




26 


470 








Totals 


9,659 


31,276 


2 


Total 


33,662 









42 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 



FOR TREASURER. 



Wares. 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

29 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

Totals 



1,297 

1,197 

1,248 

797 

894 

481 

559 

1,165 

1,162 

331 

268 

880 

1,369 

1,641 

1,558 

1,457 

1,604 

951 

2,210 

2,711 

1,071 

1,313 

1,553 

1,628 

987 

408 



30,740 



FOR AUDITOR. 



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 

26 

Totals, 



1,253 

1,180 

1,242 

848 

879 

476 

542 

1,157 

1,147 

327 

266 

861 

1,347 

1,580 

1,539 

1,436 

1,540 

948 

2,155 

2,637 

1,045 

1,294 

1,532 

1,610 

979 

410 



30,230 



FOR ATTORNEY 
GENKRAL. 



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 

26 

Totals 



1,290 




1,188 




1,265 




860 




889 




494 




562 




1,185 




1,122 




335 




282 




895 




1,341 




1,619 


1 


1,541 




1,445 




1,587 




950 




2,174 




2,667 




1,066 


1 


1,316 




1,570 


1 


1,620 




994 


1 


417 




30,674 


4 



Election Department. 



43 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 
Tenth District. 



Wards. 


< 

« 
< 

1— I 


w 

m 
< 

a 
o 

•-5 


1 


960 

933 

1,159 

842 
868 
623 
454 
1,285 
830 
95 


722 


2 


636 


3 


388 


4 


332 


5 


309 


6 


230 


7 


268 


8 


220 


9 


745 


1 1 , Precincts 1 and 2 


37 






Totals 


8,049 


3,887 





Eleventh District. 







"A 








iz; 


a 

C3 


i 






< 


P 


H 






m 
o 


§ 


PM 




Wards. 


W 


fe 


^ 


m 




< 




^ 


1 




K 


^ 


H 


-tJ 




H 


o 


(« 


o 




H 


^ 


O 






H 




^ 






Ph 


H 


<1 


< 


10 


23 
4 


92 
41 


274 

188 




11, Precincts 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. . 




12 


43 


364 


713 




18 


49 

248 


637 
1,359 


622 
1,358 




19 




21 


58 
57 

78 


348 
783 
495 


901 

869 

1,387 




22 




23 


1 






Totals 


560 


4,119 


6,312 


1 







44 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

Twelfth District. 



Wards. 




i 
< 

w 
b 
w 

Hi 


2 

o 

< 


13 


1,249 
1,323 
1,299 
1,420 
1,900 
2,505 
1,488 


509 
801 
762 
418 
295 
799 
505 




14 




15 




16 


1 


17 




20 




24 








Totals 


11,184 


4,089 


1 



Thirteenth District* 



Ward. 


< 

Q 

S 
P 


o 


25 


858 


447 







Fourteenth District* 









Q 








<M 






H 








O 






Ward. 


O 


o 






Q 


o 






S 


PS 






!< 


<) 






^ 








o 








W 


P^ 


26 


249 


241 


_ 





* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



45 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR COUNCILORS. 

Second District* 



Wards. 


'A 
O 

1— I 

Q 

1-5 

« 


< 

P^ 

'A 

w 
o 

1-5 


20 


1,651 

358 
500 

814 

78 


1,080 
692 


21 


23 


955 


24 


757 


26 


418 






Totals 


3,401 


3,902 





Third District* 



Wards. 


w 
O 

O 

Q 
o 
< 
a 


o 

K 
O 

§ 

W 

H 


O 

< 


2 


1,062 

1,041 

732 

752 

594 

508 

1,153 

863 

617 

1,324 

1,600 

1,611 

1,158 

1,077 

637 

1,481 

793 


295 
328 
312 
288 
98 
161 
142 
574 
442 
347 
444 
425 
587 

1,048 
544 

1,137 
707 




3 




4 .* 




S 




6 




7 




8 




9 




12 




13 




14 


1 


15 




16 




17 • 




18 




19 




22 








Totals 


17,003 


7,879 


1 





*The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



46 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR COUNCILORS. 

Fourth District* 



Wards. 


« 
a 

K 
<! 

CQ 
W 


1 


1,215 
313 


10 


11 


267 


25 


910 








Total 




2,705 









*The balance of this diatrict is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



47 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SENATORS. 

First Suffolk District.* 

Ward 1. 

Joseph E. CahiU 681 

William J. Ferguson 157 

Edward J. Grainger 731 

All others 15 

Second Suffolk District* 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

James H. Brennan 147 833 364 726 

James I. Green 113 376 749 328 

Bernard F. Hanrahan 1,368 374 124 164 

Third Suffolk District.* 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

Philip J. McGonagle 683 562 1,233 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

Timothy F. Callahan 963 582 1,073 

Thomas M. Joyce 871 601 1,203 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

George H. McDermott 170 165 935 

Patrick WilUam Moriarty 175 110 210 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 

William P. Hickey 767 1,515 1,182 884 

James F. Powers 1,054 685 943 912 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

James F. Hanley 45 156 82 

James Mclnerney 270 1,469 678 

JohnJ. O'Hare 95 357 258 

James P. Timilty 994 1,144 706 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

Edward W. Burns 153 68 

Robert P. Clarkson 610 286 

James F. Eagan 758 105 

Redmond S. Fitz Gerald 1,088 94 

Louis A. Foley 477 102 

James T. Kenney 238 680 

All others 1 — 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

Francis J. Horgan 1,204 1,392 

William M. McMorrow 792 629 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. 

Philip P. Coveney 450 

John J. McDevitt 84 

* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Totals. 

681 

157 

731 

15 



Totals. 

2,070 
1,566 
2,030 



Total. 

2,478 

Totals. 
2,618 
2,675 

Totals. 

1,270 

495 



Totals. 

4,348 
3,594 



Totals. 

283 

2,417 

710 

2,844 

Totals. 
221 
896 
863 
1,182 
579 
918 
1 



Totals. 
2,596 
1,421 

Totals. 
450 

84 



I 



48 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

First Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 1. 

Daniel A. Cosgrove 18 

William F. Doyle 514 

Daniel N. Generson 18 

Thomas J. Giblin 802 

Edmund C. Grady 533 

William McNabb 16 

Thomas A. Niland 452 

Theodore L. Sorenson , 225 

Benjamin F. Sullivan 770 

Second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 2. 

Manassah E. Bradley 555 

Michael J. Brophy 1,009 

John J. Brown 148 

John J. Douglass 732 

Joseph H. Pendergast 574 

Third Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 3. 

James J. Brennan 799 

Daniel J. Donahue 227 

Joseph Farren 313 

Cornelius J. Murphy 118 

WiUiam J. Murray 787 

WiUiam H. Winnett. 510 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 4. Ward 5. Totals. 

John D. Cadogan 436 463 899 

William E. Carney 379 600 979 

Patrick B. Carr 787 403 1,190 

Paul A. Crowley 108 280 388 

James V. Doherty 78 222 300 

Cornelius F. Galvin 107 279 386 

Gerald J. McDonald 146 106 252 

Michael Francis McGrath 601 382 983 

Eugene S. Mehagan 240 189 429 

George J. Nicholson 328 92 420 

James F.Rea 66 144 210 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.) Ward 6. 

James J. Bacigalupo 528 

Vincent Brogna 538 

Martin J. Clougherty 128 

Joseph Langone 286 

Alfonso Squillacioti 423 

All others 1 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 7. 

John L. Donovan 511 

Patrick J. Madigan 208 

Dominick F. Spellman 94 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 8. 

Martin M. Lomasney 1,307 

Robert Robinson 1,186 

All others 1 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 9. 

Joseph Boraks 116 

Daniel L. Connolly 509 

John S. Driscoll 179 

Isaac Gordon 684 

Henry T. Jeffords 20 

Joseph Leonard 595 

Charles H. Mealey 492 

John F. Sheehan 54T 

Tenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 10. 

John F. Havlin 252 

Martin F. Quigley 275 

Eleventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 11. 

Joseph L. Frothingham 246 

James C. Murphy 244 

All others 2 

Twelfth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 12. 

John W. Craig 454 

George T. Daly 526 

Daniel J. Danahy 78 

WilHam Lee 228 

John J. Lordan 183 

Edward F. McLaughlin 639 

Thirteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 13. 

Stephen J. Manning 68 

Leo F. McCullough 1,007 

William J. McDonough 131 

William L. V. Newton 483 

Wilham J. Sulhvan . . : 726 

James J. Twohig 711 

Fourteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 14. 

Thomas J. Casey 917 

William N. Cronin 544 

James M. Keyes 525 

James F. Mulcahy 209 

John J. Murphy 1,056 

Robert J. Ware 690 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Fifteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 15. 

John J. Creed 984 

William E. Hickey 763 

John J. Lydon 890 

Joseph J. O'Mara 337 

Michael J. Reidy 754 

Sixteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 16. 

John J. Cadigan 337 

John H. Carr 587 

Daniel J. Chapman 749 

Edward J. Hughes 295 

Thomas A. Jennings 144 

John F. McCarthy '. 636 

John D. McGivern 516 

Richard P. Morrissey 80 

Seventeenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 17. 

Albert J. Connell 302 

William P. Grady 1,071 

John J. Leo 158 

Michael J. McEttrick 1,154 

WiUiam P. O'Brien 1,229 

Eighteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 18. 

Edward Emmet McGrath 690 

Patrick Edward Murray, Jr 648 

Thomas E. Raftery 515 

John Joseph Waul 594 

Nineteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 19. 

Timothy J. Ahern 1,763 

P. Joseph McManus 1,356 

Dennis F. Reardon 822 

Wilham H. Sullivan 1,189 

Twentieth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 20. 

John A. Anderson 738 

Dennis Coholan 611 

John J. Cummings 697 

Walter J. Dayton 342 

Peter J. Donaghue 883 

Francis D. Harrigan 349 

Dennis A. Horgan 478 

Patrick E. Kelleher 241 

Joseph M. Kelly 669 

John J. Lally 312 

John D. Marks 340 

Michael J. McDonnell 630 

Daniel H. McNeil 187 

Charles E. Noble 596 

John A. Reagan 467 

Lewis R. Sullivan 961 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Twenty-first Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 21. 

Jeremiah Brosnahan 340 

Walter C. Brown 149 

Edward T. Curley 626 

William H. Hayes 659 

William H. Powderly 443 

Twenty-second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 22. 

James J. Clancy 543 

James F. Griffin 770 

Daniel E. Irwin 165 

James P. Maguire 720 

David D. McDermott 346 

William J. Miller 469 

Twenty-third Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 23. 

John J. Conway 808 

Francis M. Cummings 1,079 

Fred J. Kneeland 300 

Henry E. Lawler 483 

James E. Phelan 712 

P. Christopher Reardon 176 

Richard H. Robinson 67 

Neil J. Wallace 80 

Twenty-fourth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 24. 

Joseph J. Benson 749 

John H. Buckley 804 

William B. Curran 519 

Cornelius J. Desmond 241 

Timothy F. Desmond 318 

Timothy A. Kelliher 195 

Charles S. Lawler 882 

Jerome B. Murray 317 

James H. Nicholson 184 

WiUiam H. O'Brien 545 

John J. Reilly 532 

John J. Steele 227 

Twenty-fifth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 25. 

Thomas F. J. Callahan 748 

Herbert J. Crowley 177 

Francis A. McLaughhn 280 

Thomas C. O'Brien 651 

Thomas A. O'Connell 508 

Third Norfolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 26. 

David W. Murray 501 

All others 3 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SHERIFF. (To Fill Vacancy.) 



Wards. 



P 
O 



B 



< 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

II 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

Totals 



212 
148 
328 
219 
211 
92 
86 
93 
326 
76 
44 
195 
337 
455 
382 
301 
318 
205 
562 
507 
204 
313 
341 
614 
292 
152 



1,404 

1,351 

1,331 

828 

875 

712 

716 

1,447 

1,309 

337 

326 

967 

1,353 

1.638 

1,703 

1,511 

1,867 

1,054 

2,298 

2,531 

1,145 

1,348 

1,566 

1,360 

944 

381 



7,013 



32,302 



Election Department. 



53 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR STATE COMMITTEE. 

First Suffolk District* 

Ward 1. 

William J. Bums 1,158 

Second Suffolk District* 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

Joseph H. Brennan 223 1,134 727 725 

Dennis A. O'Neil 1,174 195 133 135 

Third Suffolk District.* 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

Joseph P. Lomasney 531 530 1,339 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

Edmond J. Martin 984 387 763 

Alexander R. Tolland 347 545 752 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

John H. Brogie 301 247 914 

All others .' 1 — — 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 

Edward P. Barry 1,198 1,546 1,529 1,205 

Winthrop M. Merrill 240 203 186 305 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

Michael J. Reddish 617 1,466 967 

Edward R. Yendley 386 1,036 343 

All others — — 1 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

Andrew R. Kelley 2,149 989 

All others 3 — 

Ninth Sxiffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

Patrick J. Brady 1,306 757 

Thomas H. Hanlon 382 777 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. 

John A. Kiggen 432 

All others 1 

* The balaace of this district is outside of Boston. 



Total. 

1,158 



Totals. 
2,809 
1,637 



Total. 
2,400 



Totals. 

2,134 
1,644 



Totals. 

1,462 

1 



Totals. 

5,476 
934 



Totals. 

3,050 

1,765 

1 



Totals. 

3,138 
3 



Totals. 

2,063 
1,159 

Totals. 

432 
1 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Daniel J. Sheehan 1,278 

Daniel J. O'Rourke 1,267 

Thomas F. Rice 1,275 

James W. Mogan 1,266 

Michael J. Donahue 1,262 



Francis A. Murphy 1,259 

John A. McGrath 1,258 

Charles J. Kane 1,259 

Timothy Keohan 1,256 

Jackson J. Silva 1,261 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Six. 



Michael H. Fitzgerald 1,223 

James E. Toomey 1,183 

George J. Park 1,166 



Sam Albert 1,160 

George T. Verry 1,177 

Giovanni Bellizia 1,172 



Ward 3. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



John J. Mahoney 1,097 

Hugh F. McManamin 1,077 

Cornelius J. Cadogan 1,076 

WilHam J. O'Brien 1,078 



David Doody 1,069 

John H. Sullivan 1,069 

James H. Wilson 1,073 

All others 6 



James I. Green. . . 
James A. Hatton. 



Ward 4- 
[Entitled to Five.] 

3 I Luke D. Mullen 

2 I All others, one each. 



2 
22 



Ward 5. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



Michael F. Donovan 804 

John P. Mahoney 790 

John J. Crowley 809 



John P. Buckley. . . . 
Joseph M. Sullivan. 
All others 



816 

824 

1 



Arthur S. Bornstein. . . 
Andrew A. Badaracco. 
Stephen Gardella 



Ward 6. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



480 
498 
490 



John Rockett. . . 
Ernesto Martini. 



445 
484 



Christopher P. McCaffrey. 

Charles F. Kimball 

Daniel McNamara 



Ward 7. 
[Entitled to Four.] 



578 
558 
563 



John J. Barry. 
All others 



566 
1 



Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Joseph P. Lomasney 1,276 

Adolphus M. Burroughs 1,252 

Joseph A. Maynard 1,254 

Grenville S. MacFarland 1,247 

Robert E. McGuire 1,248 



James H. Butler 1,249 

James F. Farley, Jr 1,252 

James A. Bragan 1,248 

Jacob Rosenberg 1,264 



Election Department. 



55 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



James Donovan 1,187 

John A. Keliher 1,168 

Thomas Uniaoke 1,115 

John J. Barry 1,134 



Thomas Herbert. 
Daniel J. Shea. . . 
Joseph Seminara. 



1,113 
1,148 
1,131 



Edward Lienemann. 
Daniel J. Horgan. . . 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

263 I Jeremiah E. McCarthy. 
254 I All others, one each. ... 



281 
3 



Thomas G. Frothingham. 
Patrick Fenelon 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Three.] 

278 I Richard J. Murray 
280 I 



2,89 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Six.] 



First Group. 

James J. Lanigan 

Martin F. Donnellon 

Nicholas Gentleman 

John F. Gillespie 

Patrick W. McNally 

James P. Brady 



387 
374 
374 
379 
371 
383 



Second Group. 

John L. Flynn 

Stephen A. Mahoney 

William D. Dillon 

Patrick J. Fitzgerald 

Thomas A. Gibbons 

Patrick L. Connor 



331 
317 
319 
297 
303 
298 



Ward 13. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



James J. Moynihan 1,299 

John F. Shea 1,268 

John B. Hutchinson 1,267 

John V. Gregory 1,269 



Constantine P. Yurgelun 1,253 

John F. Boland 1,267 

Jeremiah J. McNamara 1,303 



Ward U. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



First Group. 

Edward L Farrell 1,148 

William M. Cole 1,130 

Patrick J. Roach 1,138 

Eugene J. Daley 1,126 

Thomas F. Splaine 1,133 

James L. Foley 1,128 

Charles H. Perry 1,117 

Jeremiah L. McCarthy 1,128 

Frederick T. Linnehan 1,128 



Second Group. 

Hector K. Mclnnes 

William F. Dunlap 

William T. Fleming 

Thomas F. Murphy 

William J. Connors 

Dennis J. Hallahan 

John J. Toomey 

Richard J. Wallace 



434 
401 
383 
407 
394 
385 
395 
397 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 



John J. Barry 1,494 

Jeremiah J. McCarthy 1,469 

Thomas H. Bagley 1,467 

Richard A. Lane 1,472 

Thomas J. Gallagher 1,471 



Charles E. Cross 1,467 

Nicholas Fleming 1,462 

John F. Clancy 1,479 

All others 2 



Ward 16. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Thomas P. Higgins 1,226 

Joseph H. Bardsley 1,215 

John M. McLaughlin 1,215 

Patrick Carroll 1,214 

James H. Murray 1,220 



Charles H. White 1,213 

Hugh J. Quinn 1,221 

Francis J. McHugh 1,220 

James J. Lynch 1,228 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Ten.; 



First Group. 

Edward A. Fallon 879 

Timothy J. Regan 875 

Bernard W. Marcus 871 

Herbert A. Kenny 869 

Harry Rodberg 872 

Thomas F. Sheehan 874 

Michael J. Lyons 872 

Frank A. McAnulty 871 

Thomas F. Mahan 869 

Michael B. Kenney 872 



Second Group. 



John L. Nolan 

William Oakhem 

Thomas F. Hanley. . . 

Patrick J. Joyce 

Phillip H. Spillane... 

James F. Kelley 

James A. Barnes. . . . 
Daniel J. Sullivan. . . 

John J. Morles' 

Garrett H. Keefe, Jr. 



514 
507 
502 
605 
501 
496 
499 
504 
498 
498 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Six.] 



Michael F. O'Brien. 

Henry Pike 

Patrick Melia 

George W. Sweeten. 



1,001 
975 
985 
981 



George F. Carroll. 
John J. Brady. . . . 
All others 



977 

979 

1 



First Group. 

Cornelius J. Sullivan 

Michael H. Cleary 

Bartholomew W. Kiley 

John F. Costello 

George F. Cahill 

Robert J. Tagen 

John Sullivan 

Joseph H. Gately 

Joseph E. McCloskey 

Frederick J. Sullivan 

Joseph M. Regan 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 

Second Group. 

John F. Egan 1,335 

Cornelius J. Kiley, Jr 1,268 

Francis M. McCourt 1,249 

William A. Downey 1,255 

Frank J. Long 1,242 

John J. Burns 1,253 

Frederick C. Matthies, Jr 1,229 

Frederick J. Slattery 1,241 

John H. Rooney 1,250 

John J. Riley 1,251 

James J. O'Brien 1,254 

Ralph W. Crossen 1,238 

Andrew Ahearne 1,249 



385 
351 
312 
341 
313 
296 
313 
320 
316 
304 
296 



Election Department. 



57 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 20. 
[Entitled to Twenty.] 



Francis M. Carroll 2,442 

Francis J. Harrigan 2,435 

CorneUus F. O'Brien " 2,422 

Owen A. Cunningham 2,425 

Andrew R. Kelley 2,423 

Charles J. Ormond 2,417 

Lawrence E. Corbett 2,413 

Herbert E. Love 2,408 

James F. Barry 2,413 

Joseph F. Donovan 2,415 



Lewis R. Sullivan 2,428 

Henry L. Daily 2,406 

James J. McGarty 2,403 

James A. McElaney, Jr 2,422 

Peter B. Donahue 2,420 

Frank L. Dorsey 2,402 

Patrick E. Kiley 2,403 

John D. Marks 2,434 

John S. Edwards 2,403 

James M. White 2,416 



Ward 21. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



Joseph H. O'Neil 1,061 

Hugh Nawn 1,051 

John T. Kennedy 1,052 

James F. Maguire 1,038 

Robert Eager, Jr 1,035 



Francis J. Ward 1,047 

Robert E. Maguire 1,033 

David Kasanof 1,041 

Frederick Shay 1,041 

All others 1 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Ten.' 



Lewis R. Cohen 1,138 

John J. Needham 1,169 

Daniel E. Noonan 1,153 

Thomas P. Greene 1,154 

Edward J. Duffy 1,145 

James E. Byrne 1,142 



Joseph F. Goode 1,157 

James J. McCarty 1,168 

James P. A. Nolan 1,156 

Arthur E. Holland 1,158 

All others 3 



Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 



John F. McDonald 1,527 

John B. Hoar 1,496 

John J. McNulty 1,513 

William E. Reardon 1,499 

John W. Patterson 1,509 

Jeremiah Cronin 1,497 



James P. Dwyer 1,608 

John B. McGinty 1,493 

Martin L. Godvin 1,496 

Michael S. Morton 1,504 

Richard E. Cochran 1,607 



Ward S4. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



John P. Leahy 1,578 

Charles J. Martell 1,555 

Charles M. McColgan 1,570 

Joseph H. Devenney 1,565 

Daniel J. Gallagher 1,566 

John J. Buckley 1,585 



John J. Scarry 1,574 

John D. Marr 1,565 

John McCloskey 1,569 

George A. Korb 1,657 

Joseph B. Flanagan 1,568 



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Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 





Ward 25. 






[Entitled to Eight.] 




Martin M. Ivory 


979 


James McManus 


979 


Francis B. McKinney 


994 


Patrick J. Lillis 


970 




. . 972 




979 


James E. Murphy 


975 


James Connors 


974 



Ward 26. 
[Entitled to Five.; 



John A. Kiggen 441 

David W. Murray 449 

John P. Rattigan 432 



James E. Cotter. 
John Church .... 
All others 



423 

410 
5 



Election Department. 



59 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Ten., 



First Group. 



Thomas F. Mansfield. 
William I. Calhoun. . . 

Peter Magmre 

Thomas R. Kelley. . . . 
Francis P. Howard . . . 

Louis Solari 

William H. Ellis 

Max L. Pinansky 

John P. Cushman. . . . 
George T. Rendle . . . . 



620 
610 
621 
606 
608 
620 
602 
605 
604 
608 



Second Group. 

William L. Sadler 

William J. Ferguson 

T. Parker Story 

Dennis F. Donovan 

Joseph E. Milo 

Joseph Fenochietti 

William L. Sullivan 

Edward J. McHugh 

Frank J. Kiernan 

Thomas J. Flanagan 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Six.; 

Michael J. Leary 1,163 Giovanni Bellizia. 

John H. Fitzpatrick 1,128 Michael H. Fitzgerald . 

John H. Lane 



314 
307 
305 
314 
302 
318 
311 
305 
311 
312 



1,114 
1,144 



First Group. 



John J. Mahoney 

Hugh F. McManamin . 
Cornelius J. Cadogan. . 

William J. O'Brien 

David Doody 

John H. Sullivan 

James H. Wilson 



1,136 James E. Fitzgerald 1,130 

Ward 3. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 

Second Group. 

745 Patrick J. Dooley 

729 Francis J. Murphy 

723 William A. Meaney 

721 Allen F. Munn 

716 James Walsh 

711 Wilfred G. Grandison 

724 FeUx F. Talbot, Jr 



246 
254 
242 
241 
245 
243 
248 



Ward 4. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



James A. Hatton. . . 
David F. Soanlan . . 
John L. Wightman. 



918 
881 
865 



William T. Rooney. 
John F. Sullivan . . . 



Ward 5. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



First Group. 
Cornelius F. Galvin 



Second Group. 

Timothy J. Buckley 

Timothy F. Callahan 

Patrick J. McArdle 

Joseph M. Sullivan 

Arthur Harrington 



Ward 6. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



Andrew A. Badaracco. 

Michael J. Bonner 

John Rockett 



490 
462 
452 



Louis C. Cassano . . . . 
Thomas F. McHugh. 



Christopher P. McCaffrey. 
John J. Mahoney 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

520 I John Morrissey . . . 
520 James A. Sullivan. 



863 
871 



662 
634 
602 
619 
586 



460 
453 



508 
517 



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City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Joseph A. Maynard 1,267 

William H. Cuddy 1,219 

Joseph P. Lomasney 1,233 

Daniel J. McGrath 1,223 

Max Goldfarb 1,227 



Jeremiah J. McCarthy 1,226 

WiUiam A. Hagerty 1,221 

James J. Ryan 1,219 

Abraham H. Weinstein 1,234 



Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



Robert J. Howell 1,055 

John J. Fisher 1,044 

Alfred F. Horwitz 1,026 

Charles Ed Theall 1,019 



Michael J. Tobin 1,040 

John F. Taaffe 1,025 

Julius Yoffe 1,051 



Edward Lienemann. 
Daniel J. Horgan. . . 



Henry A. Frothingham . 
John F. Comer 



Fh'st Group. 

James J. Murphy 

Thomas Buckley.. 

David Kirby 

Jacob B. Basch . 

Timothy McCarthy 

Joseph P. Hyland 



Ward 10. 

[Entitled to Four.] 

304 I Jeremiah E. McCarthy. 

305 I WilUam A. Quigley 

Ward 11. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

283 I Richard J. Murray 

278 I 

Ward 12. 
[Entitled to Six.] 



453 
419 
414 
414 
419 
416 



Second Group. 

Peter E. Whalen 

Joseph W. Sheehan 

Henry W. Harrington 

Thomas F. Russell 

Jeremiah Sullivan 

John W. Collins 



305 
304 



286 



350 
338 
332 
330 
340 
332 



Ward 13. 
[Entitled to Seven.j 



Jeremiah J. McNamara 1,263 

James A. Morrison 1,227 

Francis H. Hughes 1,217 

Arthur G. Hamm 1,219 



John B. Hutchinson 1,221 

Dennis J. Collins 1,223 

John V. Gregory 1,212 



First Group. 

Richard J. Wallace 

Hector K. Mclnnes 

Thomas F. Murphy 

James C. Brenner 

Dennis J. Hallahan 

William J. Connors 

Joseph M. Murphy 

John J. Toomey 

Thomas J. Scanlan 



Ward 14. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group. 

669 James M. O'Hearn 1,083 

664 James J. McSoUa 1,072 

657 Thomas F. O'Brien 1,070 

648 Thomas F. O'Hearn 1,065 

651 WiUiam J. Curtin 1,059 

654 Joseph H. Flaherty 1,066 

650 Joseph P. Ahearn 1,064 

657 Thomas A. Barry 1,072 

656 Bernard L. Cavanaugh 1,067 



Election Department. 



61 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



First Group. 



Patrick H. O'Connor. . 
Christopher J. Lavery . 
John W. Robinson. . . . 

John J. Kine . . . 

Edward G. Morris . . . . 

Peter J. Curley 

John J. Lenehan 

Timothy J. Cronin . . . . 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Eight.] 

Second Group. 

501 John F. Clancy 

482 Jeremiah J. McCarthy 

478 Thomas H. Bagley 

477 Richard A. Lane 

479 Thomas J. Gallagher 

481 James M. Lane 

485 Nicholas Fleming 

487 John J. Barry 



773 
769 
766 
769 
764 
769 
761 
764 



First Group. 

James F. Townsend 

Henry J. Walper 

Thomas Porter 

Joseph H. Bardsley 

Alexander S. Baker 

William Harris 

William F. Holland 

James E. Connors 

Joseph Anastasi 

James T. Mooney 

Frank H. Loring 

John F. McDonald 

William H. Devin 

Frank L. Trainor 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 

Second Group. 

232 George J. Wall 

221 Daniel J. McGuire 

230 Richard F. Powers 

215 Charles J. McEachern 

213 John O'Brien 

221 Arthur W. Clark 

223 Francis J. McHugh 

220 Patrick H. Higgins 

215 Thomas J. Collins 



Third Group. 



470 
433 
445 
445 
450 



Charles P. Sohell 

Martin J. Frain 

Benjamin Quinlan. . . . 
William D. McCarthy 



443 
442 
436 
436 
439 
427 
422 
424 
429 



444 
443 
442 
465 



Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



First Group. 

James M. Curley 1,146 

John Bowen 1,067 

Hubert H. McCorkle 1,067 

Simon Kanter 1,068 

Martin J. Smith 1,065 

Lemuel P. Vaughan 1,065 

Lawrence Cunningham 1,066 

James T. Cowan 1,062 

John F. Murphy 1,066 

Cornelius J. Shea 1,067 



Second Group. 



Jeremiah M. Collins. . 

Peter A. Doyle 

Francis T. Keane 

John H. Stearns 

John L. Fitzgerald. . . 

James H. O'Neill 

Edward J. Devin 

William H. Kirkland. 

John J. Morley 

Garrett H. Keefe, Jr. , 



447 
435 
434 
432 
442 
434 
432 
433 
429 
434 



John H. Craven. . . . 
Thomas F. Kenney. 
Harry T. Daley 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Six.] 
959 
954 



951 



Michael Flannery . . 
Michael F. O'Brien. 
Patrick H. Tracey. . 



952 
952 
955 



62 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Ward 19. 



[Entitled to 
First Group. 

John C. Norton 1,452 

John C. Crossen 1,379 

Hugh J. Gildea 1,368 

Thomas V. Rooney 1,383 

John P. Winterson 1,375 

Charles J. Jacobs 1,381 

Jeremiah A. Crowley 1,401 

John J. O'Brien 1,378 

Thomas J. ScoUin 1,371 

Peter A. Welsh 1,379 

Michael F. O'Hara 1,395 

Mark F. Kelliher 1,377 

Frederick C. Bleiler 1,395 



Thirteen.] 

Second Group. 

James Mclnerney 

William Ward 

Michael A. Spillane 

James E. Donnelly 

Patrick J. Coffey 

Charles F. Mackenzie 

William H. Keogh 

JohnF. O'Neil 

Joseph F. Donovan 

James Mantle 

Cornelius J. Bowen 



670 
509 
533 
501 
495 
522 
494 
503 
494 
489 
503 



Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Twenty.] 



Andrew R. Kelley 2,243 

James J. Byrne 2,235 

Owen A. Cunningham 2,232 

James P. Landers 2,214 

Peter B. Donahue 2,235 

Joseph J. Freeman 2,229 

John S. Edwards 2,220 

James J. McGarty 2,220 

Patrick J. Bench 2,217 

Edward F. Trainer 2,221 

John A. Anderson 2,230 



Francis A. Lavelle 2,220 

Lewis R. Sullivan 2,229 

James A. McElaney, Jr 2,229 

James F. Barry 2,227 

John D. Marks 2,255 

John M. Spillane 2,220 

John W. Finnegan 2,226 

Charles J. Ormond 2,215 

Arthur G. McVey 2,239 

All others 1 



Ward 21. 
[Entitled to Nine.; 



John T. Kennedy 1,000 

Michael F. Shay 989 

JohnF. Shea 981 

William H. Lynch 984 

Francis J. Ward 991 



Martin P. F. Curley 970 

Edward T. Curley 984 

James T. Kenney 1,008 

David Kasanof 948 

All others 1 



Ward 22. 

[Entitled to Ten.] 



First Group. 

Patrick McManus 632 

Lewis R. Cohen 587 

Daniel E. Noonan 600 

Thomas P. Greene 603 

James E. Byrne 586 

Joseph F. Goode 619 

John J. Needham 608 

James J. McCarty 616 

James P. A. Nolan 596 

Arthur E. Holland 600 



Second Group. 

John P. Kelleher 

John Craven 

William J. Weiler 

Eugene W. Cronin 

Walter W. Marchbank 

Thomas A. Connelly 

John J. Burke 

Barney Cox 

James J. Dunn 

Hugo Hornig 



407 
370 
371 
359 
359 
366 
366 
376 
353 
341 



Election Department. 



63 



Democratic Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



First Group. 
Frederick J. McLaughlin. . . 

John T. Blye 

John H. Coughlin 

Robert E. Magner 

Jerome A. Lally 

William C. McDonald 

John J. Manning 

John J. Flynn 

Thomas J. Doyle 

James J. Dolan 

Dennis J. Maloney 



Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Eleven/ 



878 
819 
853 
874 
828 
837 
856 
826 
844 
865 
871 



Second Group. 



Patrick J. Brady. . . 
John B. McGinty... 
William L. Roberts. 
Patrick J. Buckley. . 

John H. Smith 

Thomas J. Burns. . . 
Herman Griffith .... 
Martin L. Godvin. . 
Henry C. Kramer. . 
John J. O'Leary. . . . 
All others 



992 
860 
864 
895 
882 
883 
846 
907 
856 
863 
3 



John J. Hoar 

Thomas H. Hanlon. . . 
Jeremiah C. Murphy. 
William H. O'Brien.. 



James E. Hemsworth 1,514 

Charles S. Lawler 1,543 



Ward 24. 

[Entitled to Eleven.] 

1,521 Thomas McGovern 1,517 

1,520 William A. Fish 1,509 

1,523 Thomas W. Cunniff 1,506 

1,526 Robert Gallagher 1,508 

John A. Hearn 1,514 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Eight.; 



John H. Brogie : 932 

Dennis M. White 938 

James S. Kelly 934 

James Powers 935 



Francis W. Doherty . . 

John Kingston 

Patrick Henry Barry. 
Patrick J. Lillis 



921 
918 
924 
921 



Wilham H. Quealy 

Second Group. 

James A. Sweeney 

Joseph D. Wall 

Edward P. Millett 

James A. CuUen, Jr 



Ward 26. 

[Entitled to Five.; 

First Group. 



173 
142 
151 
167 



Third Group. 

William L. F. Gilman 

Thomas F. Downey 

Henry T. Dray 

Joseph M. Kiggen 

John Quinlan , 



167 



287 
302 
299 
334 
302 



64 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Democratic Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912. 





Precincts. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


1 


84 
218 
203 
260 
210 
94 
52 
276 
297 
96 
71 
131 
230 
332 
171 
211 
175 
268 
402 
268 
136 
268 
119 
218 
112 
57 


69 
140 
282 
178 
307 
125 
113 
314 
350 
59 
71 
72 
213 
380 
360 
370 
256 
143 
261 
276 
165 
351 
419 
237 
64 
48 


121 
253 
295 
264 
202 
198 
217 
199 
249 

42 

98 
146 
156 
242 
287 
522 
156 

84 
425 
305 
168 
242 
315 
196 
162 

97 


146 
203 
362 
243 
126 
173 
149 
384 
372 
31 
47 
190 
276 
246 
242 
210 
306 
177 
396 
252 
112 
197 
315 
182 
217 
46 


243 
195 
311 
228 
261 
187 
197 
243 
214 
21 
22 
92 
274 
286 
364 
233 
237 
414 
210 
430 
123 
246 
252 
153 
58 
138 


277 
248 
264 
141 
205 

70 
126 
316 
205 

25 

12 
314 
235 
211 
242 
140 
204 
384 
281 
260 

87 
100 

58 
158 
198 
100 


335 
383 


382 
265 


244 
















1,901 


2 
















1,905 


3 


















1,717 


4 






















1,314 


5 






















1,311 


6 


186 


125 


















1,158 


7 


















854 


8 






















1,732 


9 


250 
58 
14 
382 
282 
305 
322 
308 
384 




















1,937 


10 


65 
9 


47 
51 
















444 


11 
















395 


12 
















1,32'! 


13 


257 
320 
268 


















1 

1,923 


14 


















2,322 


15 


















2,255 


16 


















1,994 


17 


447 


269 
















2,434 


















1,470 


19 


515 
178 
144 
117 
109 
136 
107 
108 


454 
104 
112 
297 
54 
231 
199 


287 
144 
104 
















3,231 


20 


143 

87 


151 
110 


135 
118 


185 


356 


■ 229 


252 


3,668 


21 


1,466 


22 










1,818 


23 


134 
168 
170 


51 
155 
112 


75 
180 


65 
209 


91 


70 






2,127 


24 






2,223 


25 










1,39^ 


26 














59J 








1 














Total 


44,920 




1 



REPUBLICAN VOTES CAST AT 

STATE PEIMAEY, 

SEPTEMBER 24, 1912. 



66 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 1. 


m 
o 

I 


H 

n 

Ph 

O 


Ward 4. 


g 

z 

pq 
d 

K 

> 


< 


>-3 


O 




46 
74 
94 
73 
42 
15 
38 
50 
48 


31 
32 
70 
47 
31 
6 
27 
35 
25 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


6 
20 
18 
15 

3 
11 


2 
7 
3 
1 

1 
2 




« 2 




" 3 




" 4 




« 5 




" 6 








" 7 


Totals 


72 


16 








8 






9 














Totals 


480 


304 


Ward 5. 


27 

18 

1 

13 

7 
8 


11 
7 
2 
3 
1 
2 










10 

8 

11 

8 

6 

33 

12 

10 


4 
1 
3 
4 
5 
5 
3 




Ward 2. 


2 






3 

4 

5 

6 




« 2 




« 3 




4 




5 




« 6 


Totals 


74 


26 








« 7 










" 8 










Ward 6. 
Precinct 1 


6 
33 
10 

8 
14 
34 
15 
24 






Totals 


98 


25 








Ward 3. 


32 

14 

13 

5 

4 

3 


11 
1 

7 
1 
2 
2 


2 


7 






3 




« 2 


4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


1 
4 
20 
6 
4 




" 3 




« 4 


2 


5 

" 6 










Totals 


71 


24 


Totals 


144 


42 


2 



Election Department. 



67 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 19 12. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 





t, 






g: 








o 






o 








i* 






H 








z 






Zi 

H 

P5 






Waed 7. 


d 


<J 


Ward 10. 


d 


< 






u 


^ 




f< 


^ 


^. 




> 


H 
0!! 






n 

H 
IE 


O 




H 


■-5 




H 


I-: 


< 




9 
12 


1 

4 


Precinct 1 


7 
25 


9 
21 




2 


2 




3 


13 

29 


6 
13 


3 

4 


35 
27 


24 
25 




4 




5 


3 


2 


5 


34 


19 




6 


4 


1 


6 

7 


27 
89 


27 
89 










3 


Totals 


70 


27 


8 


72 
80 


48 
84 






9 














Totals 


396 


346 


3 


Ward 8. 






Ward 11. 










7 
6 


1 
6 


Precinct 1 


29 
15 


40 
12 


1 


2 


2 




" 3 


36 
23 


31 
4 


3 


28 
39 


41 
60 


3 


4 


4 




5 


18 


3 


5 


21 


63 




" 6 


16 


7 


6 


22 
37 


41 
43 


1 




7 












Totals 


106 


52 


8 


21 
54 


68 
95 






9 










. 










Totals 


266 


463 


10 








Ward 9. 






Ward 12. 








Precinct 1 


7 
6 

1 


7 
3 
1 


Precinct 1 


75 
57 
15 


46 

58 
17 




2 


2 




3 


3 : . . 




4 


9 


2 


4 


57 


39 




5 


22 


16 


5 


46 


39 




6 


38 


5 


6 


21 


8 




7 


6 


3 


7 


12 


7 




Totals 


so 


37 


Totals 


283 


214 





68 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 13. 


o 

H 
W 

d 
» 


K 
M 
< 

n 


Ward 16. 


o 

a-i 

pq 
d 


pa 
o 

1-5 


O 
< 




5 
3 

4 
7 
9 
10 
10 
7 


1 
1 

2 
3 
6 
1 

4 

1 


Precinct 1 

2 

3 

" 4 


12 
9 
23 
48 
32 
79 
22 


7, 
10 
16 
32 
26 
49 
21 




" 2 




3 




"4 




" 5 


5 

6 

7 




6 




7 








" 8 


Totals 


225 


161 










55 


19 




Totals 














Ward 14.^ 


21 
5 
12 
33 
47 
27 
36 
46 


7 
3 
8 
10 
16 
23 
18 
18 


Ward 17. 


4 

2 

24 

44 

6 

2 

7 

12 

16 


5 

10 
23 




" 2 


2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 




« 3 


1 


4 




« 5 




" 6 


1 
1 
1 
6 




« 7 . 




« 8 


1 






Totals 


227 


103 






Totals 


117 


52 




Ward 15. 


11 
2 
15 
12 
13 
26 
31 
35 


1 

5 
2 
6 
12 
23 
S 


2 


Precinct 1 




« 2 


Ward 18. 


28 
26 
56 
31 
7 
32 


8 
18 
11 
13 

3 
15 




« 3 




« 4 


2 




" 5 ". . . 


3 

4 

5 

6 




" 6 




•' 7 




« 8 








Totals 


145 


57 


Totals 


180 


68 









Election Department. 



69 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 19. 


o 

m 
6 
t: 

la 

K 
H 

> 


m 

►J 
< 

W 

■§ 

1-5 


(-1 
a) 

O 

< 


Ward 21. 


o 

m 
d 

1 

Ph 


a 

m 

M 

►J 

s 

m 

01 

o 

1-5 


o 

.a 

O 
< 




12 

7 

5 

4 

15 

20 

4 

11 

29 


21 
4 
6 
1 
6 

14 
2 

14 
5 




Precinct 1 


50 
28 
32 
63 
47 
52 
49 
65 
59 
39 
58 
21 


69 
22 
36 
80 
49 
73 
39 
71 
41 
36 
44 
28 




2 


2 




« 3 


3 


1 


4 


" 4 




5 


5 




6 


6 




" 7 


7 




8 


« 8 




9 


9 






10 






107 


73 






Totals 


11 




' 


" 12 




Ward 20. 


47 
53 
52 
59 
23 
40 
91 
95 
45 
61 
56 
85 
25 
36 
41 
56 


35 
39 
36 
25 
16 
39 
65 
91 
54 
62 
63 
45 
41 
24 
61 
51 


1 


2 
1 




Precinnt 1 


Totals 


553 


578 


1 




3 




« 4 




" 5 . . 




6 

7 




8 


Ward 22. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


62 
19 
9 
68 
52 
59 
54 
31 


78 
31 
4 
51 
33 
78 
60 
32 




9 

" 10 

" 11 

12 

" 13 

" 14 

" 15 

16 


1 








Totals 


865 


747 


4 


Totals 


354 


367 


1 



70 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 23. 


E5 
O 

m 

m 
6 

« 

> 


K 

O 
1-3 


O 


Ward 25. 


o 

H 
« 

d 

1 

« 


tit 
M 
►J 
■< 

W 

!» 

c 

•-5 


O 
< 


Precinct 1 


32 
9 
13 
23 
21 
39 
35 
49 
15 
52 
49 
65 
53 
61 


58 
18 
9 
19 
12 
15 
31 
55 
12 
58 
50 
49 
34 
40 


1 
2 
1 


Precinct 1 


45 
52 
50 
14 
80 
57 
61 
29 
68 
62 


44 
83 
32 
13 
89 
33 
63 
35 
52 
52 




" 2 


2 




" 3 


" 3 




" 4 


4 




« 5 


5 


- 


" 6 


6 




" 7 


7 




« 8 


8 




" 9 


9 


1 


"10 


10 










U 


Totals 


518 


496 






1 


12 










" 13 


Ward 26. 


24 
60 
39 
61 
9 
23 
19 


20 
31 
46 

54 

7 

27 

17 




" 14 


- 




« 2 






516 


460 


4 




Totals 


3 






1 




" 4 




Ward 24. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 


25 
21 
57 
68 
99 
68 
58 
94 
57 
79 
77 
60 


18 
27 
46 
54 
74 
42 
58 
80 
48 
61 
54 
34 


2 

1 
1 

1 


2 


5 




6 




7 


1 






4 -. . 


Totals 


235 


202 


4 


" S 






" 6 


Grand totals.... 


7,009 


5,555 


36 


7 

" 8 










9 

" 10 

" 11 

" 12 




Totals 


763 


596 


5 





Election Department. 



71 





Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR LIEUTENANT t^^r QT^rRi^TARV 
GOVERNOR. ^^^ bEOKEiAKY. 




Wabds. 


m 

O 

P 

K 
H 

n 
o 


O 


Waeds. 


K 

O 
Z 
< 

B 

J 


a) 

-a 

O 

< 


! .... 


689 

111 

85 

73 

91 

143 

82 

134 

112 

691 

672 

436 

61 

293 

183 

350 

152 

227 

156 

1,445 

1,002 

605 

826 

1,239 

926 

403 


1 



1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 

2 


1 


687 

105 

88 

83 

95 

138 

83 

137 

122 

697 

677 

431 

68 

304 

194 

360 

156 

221 

172 

1,453 

1,019 

659 

9,05 

1,234 

932 

401 




2 


2 




3 


3 




4 


4 




5 


5 




6 


6 




7 


7 




8 


8 




9 


9 




10 


10 




11 


11 




12 


12 




13 


13 




14 


14. 




15 


15 




16 


16 




17 


17 




18 


18 ' 




19 


19 




20 


20 


3 


21 


21 




?? 




22 




23. 


23 




24 


24 

25 




25 




26 


26 


1 










Totals 1 11.1S7 


10 


Totals 


11,421 


4 






1 







72 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 



FOR TREASURER. 


FOR AUDITOR. 


FOR ATTORNEY- 
GENERAL. 


- 


Wards. 


m 

15 
H 

H 

Si 

< 

K 


8 

< 


Wahds. 


John E. White. 
All Others. 


Wards. 


M 

< 

1-5 


si 

s 


1 


691 

103 

90 

82 

96 

136 

78 

131 

119 

702 

679 

437 

61 

306 

193 

357 

156 

228 

163 

1,482 

1,031 

659 

916 

1,249 

933 

409 


1 


1 


673 .. 

97 .. 

88 .. 

82 .. 

95 .. 
135 .. 

80 .. 
130 . . 
122 .. 
694 .. 
676 .. 
438 .. 

64 .. 

304 .. 

190 .. 

358 .. 

156 .. 

230 .. 

161 .. 

1,466 . . 

1,023 . . 

655 '. . 

912 .. 

1,338 . . 

933 .. 

401 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 


686 . 

99 . 

91 . 

86 . 

94 . 
137 . 

88 . 
131 . 
125 . 
701 . 
668 . 
441 . 

63 . 

302 . 

191 . 

360 . 

158 . 

228 . 

163 . 

1,475 . 

1,033 . 

659 . 

910 . 

1,239 . 

939 . 

410 




2 

3 


2 

3 




4 


4 




5 


5 

6 




6 


6 

7 

8 




7 


7 




8 


8 




9 


9 


9 

. 10 




10 


10 

11 




11 


. 11 




12 


12 

13 

14 


. 12 

. 13 




13 




14 


. 14 

. 15 




15 


15 




16 .. 


16 


. 16 




17 


17 


. 17 

. 18 




18 


18 




19 


19 


. 19 

. 20 

. 21 




20 


20 




21 


21 




22 


22 


. 22 




23 


23 


. 23 




24 


24 


. 24 




25 


25 


25 




26 


26 


L 26 


1 










Totals 


11,487 


2 


Totals 


11,501 


I Totals 


11,477 


1 



Election Department. 



73 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 

Tenth District. 



Wards. 



1 1 , Precincts 1 and 2 . 



588 
92 
86 
77 
93 

121 
65 

122 

109 
80 



Total ' 1,433 



Eleventh District. 



Wards. 


Sherwin L. Cook. 


All Others. 


10 


622 
526 
396 
205 
152 
866 
610 
775 


2 


11, Precincts 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and. 9 . 


3 


12 




18 




19. . . 




21 


1 


22 




23 


3 






Totals 


4,152 


9 







74 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 
Twelfth District. 









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Wards. 


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W 
O 


0) 

O 

< 


13 


57 
295 
175 
337 
148 
1,329 
1,101 




14 




15 




16 




' 




17 


1 


20 




24 










Totals 




3,442 


1 











Thirteenth District. 







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Ward. 


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^ 








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^ 






o 


W 






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o 

1-5 


25 


343 


628 







Fourteenth District.* 







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m 






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w 




Ward. 


d 

H 
O 


26 


375 







*The balance of thia district is outside of Boston. 



Election Depaetment. 



75 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912, 

FOR COUNCILORS. 

Second District* 









< 




Wards. 


^ 










O 


20 


520 
342 
394 
689 
203 


1,011 


21 


687 


23 


498 


24 


589 


26 


166 






Totals 


2,148 


2,951 





Third District* 



Wards. 



W 



2 


95 


3 


84 


4 


76 


5 


92 


6 


124 


7 - 


74 


8 


122 


9 


115 


12 


397 


13.. 


59 


14 


295 


15 


176 


16 


341 


17 


153 


18 


214 


19 


158 


22 


612 






Total 


3,187 







* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



76 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR COUNCILOR. 

Fourth District* 









o 
a 

« 
O 






Wards. 








Q 

< 
X 

< 


1 


669 


10 


673 


11 


654 


25 


909 








Total 




2,905 











* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



77 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SENATORS. 

First Suffolk District* 

"Ward 1. 
Edward C. R. Bagley 755 

Second Suffolk District* 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 
Arthur W. Forbush . 94 86 77 91 

Third Suffolk District.* 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 

E. Bradford Gay 123 79 124 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

William Berwin 113 368 142 

All others — — 1 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

David T. Montague 687 639 917 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 
Fred E. Hanscom 61 302 178 337 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

Emil S. Schriftgiesser 201 152 594 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

Edward W. Burns 151 62 

Walter R. Meins 694 895 

Joseph I. Stewart 673 152 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

James A. Hart 837 1,172 

All others — 1 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. 

Robert B. Campbell 263 

Louis F. R. Langelier 22 

Roger Wolcott 176 

* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Total. 

755 



Total. 
348 



Total. 

326 



Totals. 

623 
1 



Total. 

2,243 



Total. 

878 



Total. 

947 



Totals. 

213 

1,589 
825 



Totals. 

2,009 

1 



Totals. 

263 

22 

176 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

First Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 1. 

Frederick A. Cronin 310 

Michael F. Gillespie 126 

George E. Leet 389 

Anthony S. Veader 240 

Louis A. Whitehouse. : 314 

All others 1 

Second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 2. 

Joseph J. Dennison 96 

Albert E. Roberts 85 

Third Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 3. 

Ralph Hodgkins 82 

Edward Morris 1 

All others 4 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 4. Ward 5. Totals. 

William H. Brintnall . 76 90 166 

Franklin N. Brown 77 89 166 

Herbert L. Wolff 76 91 167 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 6. 

Amos M. de Vito 102 

George A. Mclnnis 125 

Saverio R. Romano 124 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 7. 

Charles K. Shue 60 

All others 15 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 8. 

Bernard Braensky 115 

Ralph May 119 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 9. 

Freeman L. Lowell 106 

Martin C. Richardson 103 

Tenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 10. 

Channing H. Cox 609 

Carl H. Johnson 190 

Wilham S. Kinney 461 

Benjamin E. Robinson .^ 116 



Election Department. 



79 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Eleventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] ■ Ward 11. 

Courtenay Crocker 654 

Grafton D. Gushing. 651 

Twelfth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 12. 

Seth F. Arnold 262 

John F. Bailey 44 

Francis J. H. Jones 131 

John B. McGregor 107 

Harry B. Ross 65 

Henry A. Savage 311 

Thirteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 13. 

WiUiam J. Manning 63 

Fourteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 14. 

Edward J. Hogan 282 

James J. Mungovan 260 

Fifteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 15. 

John S. Godfrey 178 

William J. Saunders 156 

Sixteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 16. 

A. Wingate Blair 315 

Alfred Ray Mitchell 325 

All others 1 

Seventeenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 17. 

Thomas Grieve 150 

Herbert D. Sterling 146 

All others 2 

Eighteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 18. 

Joshua A. Crawford 203 

Edward F. Loonie 52 

Charles H. Seales ; . 169 

Nineteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 19. 

Wilham C. F. Krone 151 

Robert E. Noonan 147 



80 



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Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Twentieth Suffolk District. 

* [Entitled to Three.] Ward 20. 

William L. Chase 1,031 

Luther C. Greenleaf 1,231 

Benjamin H. Hunt, Jr 1,003 

Wilham J. Kelly 534 

Abraham E. Pinanski 365 

Twenty-first Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 21. 

Joseph H. Avon 54 

John Ballantyne 858 

Edwin W. Beal 94 

Oren C. Boothby 535 

WiUiam N. HacJiett 585 

Twenty-second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 22. 

Otto E. Buttner 631 

Edwin N. Hill 620 

Twenty-third Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 23, 

George W. P. Babb 715 

George W. Carruth 556 

George W. Smith 540 

Twenty-fourth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 24. 

Harrison H. Atwood 701 

Sanford Bates 1,066 

Frank L. Brier 361 

Henry S. Clark 748 

Henry G. Smith 195 

George Philip Wardner 634 

All others 3 

Twenty-fifth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 25. 

Clarence N. Davis 175 

Martin Hays 772 

Charles Joseph Holland 55 

Herbert A. Wilson 758 

Axel E. Zetterman 125 

Third Norfolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 26. 

Clarence J. Wing 409 

All others. 2 



Election Department. 



81 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SHERIFF. (To Fill Vacancy.) 



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 

26 

Totals 



184 


520 


38 


68 


15 


76 


26 


57 


30 


68 


35 


112 


21 


81 


36 


111 


34 


85 


152 


659 


176 


500 


119 


345 


27 


44 


68 


241 


28 


174 


99 


264 


51 


105 


73 


166 


43 


125 


297 


1,223 


216 


870 


182 


454 


212 


708 


240 


1,055 


257 


688 


115 


292 


2,774 


8,991 



82 City Document No. 13. 

Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR STATE COMMITTEE. 

First Suffolk District* 

Ward 1. 

Harry W. James 625 

Second Suffolk District* 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. 

William H. Oakes 92 83 60 91 

All others — — — 1 

Third Suffolk District* 

■ Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. 
Richard B. Stanley. 122 79 121 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. 

George E. Lovett 101 387 147 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. 

William H. Squire 594 608 863 

All others — 1 — 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. 

Robert M. Bowen 19 70 98 142 

Herman Hormel 50 252 126 218 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. 

Frank Seiberlich 199 131 463 

All others — 2 8 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. 

Walter V. Fletcher 1,329 936 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. 

Frank B. Crane 837 1,125 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. 

George L. Barnes 375 

* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Total. 

625 



Totals. 

326 
1 



Total. 

322 



Total. 

635 



Totals. 

2,065 



Totals. 
329 
646 



Totals. 

793 
10 



Total. 

2,265 



Total. 

1,962 



Total. 

375 



Election Department. 



83 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



Ainsley E,. Hooper. 

Robert J. Gove 

John B. Baum 

William C. Smith.. 
Charles T. Witt.... 
John Marno 



560 
561 
519 
538 
556 
544 



Carlton N Curlser. . . 

Thomas Rogers 

James A. Cochran. . . . 
Carleton W. Crocker. 
All others, one each. . 



507 
525 

547 
2 

7 



Charles R. Ensworth. 
Charles A. Anderson. . 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Four.' 



101 
101 



John Piscopo 

Joseph A. Caggiano. 



92 

82 



Henry H Chandler. 
George J. Cann 



Ward 3. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

90 I John N. Dennett. 
91 



Gardner Bates. 



Ward 4. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

80 I Edward N. Stillman. 



76 



William O. D. Grace. 
Edward M. Heustis. . 



Ward 5. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

93 I Frank Dow. 
90 



90 



Vincenzo Yennaco. 
Salvatore Sully 



Ward 6. 
[Entitled to Four.] 

124 I Charles GriUo 

124 Nicholas?. Vigilante. 



127 
125 



Samuel Taier. 



Ward 7. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

66 I Edward P. Tarr. 



63 



Walter Waterton. 
Eugene G. Smith. 



Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Four.] 



130 
127 



George H. Carter. . . 
David E. Wilmarth. 



126 
128 



James W. H. Myrick. 
William H. Pierce. . . . 



Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Four.] 

109 I Chartes H. Mathews. 
116 James Bailey 



116 
111 



84 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 10. 
[Entitled to Twelve.] 



Guy W. Cox 

Leon M. Abbott. . . 
J. Bernard Ferber. . 
A. Howard Powers., 
Chester E. Sawyer. 
Miles Martin 



634 
627 
629 
622 
621 
626 



Curtis J. Wright 

Randolph Frothingham . . 
William Shaw McCallum. 

Walter R. Mansfield 

William H. Hardy 

Linley M. Paul 



626 
628 
622 
630 
621 
624 



Ward 11. 
[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



Fitz-Henry Smith, Jr 633 

Daniel W. Lane 631 

Edward C. Fitz ; 630 

Courtenay Crocker 635 

John P. Reynolds 636 

Henry L. Shattuck 629 

Arthur E. Burr 627 

Harris Livermore 629 



William Minot 

Merrill N. Davis 

J. Sidney Stone 

WiU'am S. B. Stevens. 

Francis J. Moors 

Joseph F. Woods 

Frederic R. Galacar. . . 



630 
632 
630 
630 
631 
628 
625 



Ward 12. 
[Entitled to Eight.] 



Otis T. Simonds 434 

John W. Johnson 426 

Doris A. Young 427 

Stephen F. Stone 430 



John G. Moseley 

Charles P. Bean 

Joseph Uhrig 

Alexander C. MacKay. 



426 

427 
429 
424 



E. Mertain Hatch. 



Ward 13. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

53 I Oscar Thesan. 



49 



George F. Lawley. 
Elisha S. Boland. 
August Bencks. . . , 
Harry W. Park. . . 



Ward 14. 
[Entitled to Six.] 
272 



271 
265 
266 



JohnE. Mayers.. . . 
Ernest C. Edwards. 
All others, one each. 



270 
2 
5 



Winfield E. Clogston. 
John H. Means 



Ward 15. 
[Entitled to Four.] 

178 I Samuel M. Burroughs. 
180 Charles H. Lowry 



185 
179 



Ward 16. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



Herbert S. Frost 358 

Ward W. Jones 356 

Silas E. Parsons 356 

Ezra N. RoUand 355 



John S. Bradbury. . 
George F. Coughlin. 
Jay B. Crawford. ■. . 



353 
353 
355 



Election Department. 



85 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 17. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



Frank S. Watermarf. 
Jediah P. Jordan. . . . 
Lee M. Friedman. . . . 



156 
152 

154 



Thomas Grieve. . . . 
Charles J. Kidney. 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Six.; 



William H. Jenkins. 
William W. Bassett. 
Joseph S. King 



James P. Fox. 
John F. Pfau. . 
Frank Tucker. 



216 
209 
210 



Horatio F. Keyser. 
Samuel H. Perkins. 
George F. Benders. 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Five.] 



162 
162 
161 



S. Marshall Reed 

Alexander H. Montgomery, 



163 
153 



212 
216 
211 



163 
163 



Ward 20. 
[Entitled to Twenty-seven.] 



George H. Wyman 1,362 

Charles Mason Fuller 1,348 

Alexander C. Grainger 1,352 

Henry Brookshaw 1,346 

John W. Field 1,353 

James D. Henderson 1,351 

Fred Ragmard Richardson 1,344 

Willet F. Casey 1,340 

John W. Davis, Jr 1,343 

Moses S. Lourie 1,361 

Charles F. Mains 1,346 

William S. Harvey. 1,339 

Archibald F. Hall 1,341 

Walter V. Fletcher 1,341 



William Smith, Jr 1,343 

Charles A. Quint 1,344 

Abraham E. Pinanski 1,384 

J. Mitchell Galvin 1,345 

Albert A. Chittenden 1,341 

Charles Edward Brandt 1,344 

WilHam E. Burke 1,343 

James C. Clark 1,341 

Edward D. Allen 1,341 

Tilton S. Bell 1,346 

John C. Thornton 1,337 

William J. Tyler 1,343 

Horace F. Nason 1,346 



W. Prentiss Parker. . . . 
Frank W. McLaughlin. 

William T. Patch 

George P. Bruns 

George E. Cole 

Thomas F. Boleman. . . 
Richard F. Andrews. . . 
Charles H. Fox 



Samuel B. Capen. . . . 

Frank Vogel 

Ludwig Bayer 

Carl G. Linberg 

John F. McCormiok. 
Alfred K. Parks 



Ward 21. 
[Entitled to Sixteen.' 



998 

987 



991 
986 



992 
985 



Francis A. Perry 

Frederic L. Kellogg 

George W. Brooks 

Ira W. Shapira 

Alexander K. Williams. . 
Bennett S. Ferguson. . . . 

George E. Clark 

Cromwell T. Schubarth. 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



598 
592 
589 
594 
589 
592 



Gottlieb Gehrung. . . 

Carl Meyer 

George Penshorn. . . 
William A. Wheeler. 
A. Spalding Weld... 



980 
980 
984 
980 
985 
988 
986 
987 



586 
594 
597 
589 
592 



86 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 23. 



Frederic Gilbert Bauer. 

Charles S. Greene 

Howard L. Blake 

Theodore Barnes 

Stephen J. Lent 

Charles A. Nelson 

Walter F. Spear 

Courtland G. Morse. . . 



[Entitled to Fifteen.; 



858 
851 
853 
855 
863 
849 
851 
853 



Russell E. Gately 

Amos R. Storer 

WilHam H. Hill, Jr 

John A. Whittemore, Jr. 

George W. Smith 

George P. Beckford 

George W. Carruth 



847 
845 
845 
856 
863 
853 
864 



Ward 24. 
[Entitled to Eighteen.] 



Laban Pratt 1,167 

Lester Colby 1,156 

WiUiard W. Hibbard 1,164 

Benjamin Cutliff 1,155 

Charles C. DeLappe 1,153 

Walter N. Baker 1,165 

Andrew J. Sullivan 1,151 

Charles E. Turner 1,154 

James Callahan 1,154 



James Chambers 1,150 

Charles Patterson 1,156 

George H. Watson 1,161 

Samuel T. Cobb, Jr 1,162 

George W. Penniman 1,155 

Frederick M. Salles 1,146 

Charles H. Withington 1,157 

Harold R. Perry 1,151 

Arthur E. Rogerson 1,157 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Twelve.] 



Granville A. Fuller 925 

George E. Brock 927 

Isaac F. Woodbury 924 

WilUam S. Youngman 921 

Joseph F. Lockett '922 

Frank H. Howe 923 



Joseph B. Brown 

William H. Squire 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Carroll W. Staples 

Paxil H. MacFarlane 

William H. Murphy, Jr. 



931 

925 
924 
924 
916 
918 



Ward 26. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



Harry E. Astley 383 

William E. Norwood 362 

Charles E. Palmer 381 

Francis W. Darling 362 

Robert B. Campbell 382 

Frank H. Tyler 374 

Robert Gray 380 



Henry P. Herr 

Albert Davenport. . . 
James E. Sheridan. . 

William Wragg 

Edwin L. Marshall. . 
All others, one each. 



365 
2 
2 
2 
2 
12 



Election Department. 



87 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



First Group. 

William H. Musgrave 

John A. Campbell 

George E. Leet 

Loyal L. Jenkins 

Robert C. Turner 

Walter M. Kirkpatrick 

William J. Moore 

Edward C. R. Bagley 

Frederick A. Cronin 

George G. White 

John B. Baum 

Adoniram J. Pickens, Jr. . . . 
Sidney H. Goldinger 



Ward 1. 
[Entitled to Thirteen.] 

Second Group. 

533 George W. Goodearl 

540 Anthony S. Veader 

550 Walter A. Guptill , . 

522 Frederick R. Whitehouse 

511 Lester S. Flagg 

506 John J. CoUins 

508 Howard S. Hunter 

580 Harold R. Murphy 

530 Michael F. Gillespie -. 

514 Joseph E. Rollins 

497 James Eraser 

481 Charles Brandt 

505 



106 
112 

84 
122 
94 
72 
107 
66 
85 
85 
76 
82 



Ward 2. 
[Entitled to Six.] 



Joseph J. Dennison. . 
Albert E. Roberts. . . 
Charles A. Anderson. 



101 

96 

100 



Marcus H. Ensworth. 

John Piscopo 

Joseph A. Caggiano. . 



96 
93 

82 



Ward 3. 
[Entitled to Five.] 



William E. White 90 

Ralph Hodgkins 89 

George H. Huff 90 



Benjamin F. Bowditch. 
Francis E. Knight 



Ward 4. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



William H. Oakes. . . , 
WiUiam H. Brintnall. 

Gardner Bates 

Edward N. Stillman. . 



82 
79 



Henry S. Pike 

Robert H. Webber. 
Ernest B. Smith 



81 
80 
83 



Ward 5. 
[Entitled to Five.' 



William O. D. Grace 95 

Frank Dow 91 

Edward M. Heustis 91 



Samuel Porter 

Warren B. Hadley . 



91 
91 



First Group. 
Daniel C. Rhodes 



Ward 6. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



Second Group. 

Rocco Leone 

Virgilio Lombardi 

Charles Grillo 

Vincenzo Yennaco 

Saverio R. Romano 

Giuseppe Bevilacqua 

Thaxter R. Groves 



108 
102 
101 

99 
116 

97 
109 



88 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 7. 
[Entitled to Six.] 



First Group. 

Samuel Taier 

James F. Home 

Edward P. Tarr 

Alexander S. Williams 

Thomas F. Benbury 

Thomas H. Mullin 



Walter Waterton . . . 
Edward C. Webb... 

Ralph May 

David E. Wilmarth. 
Eugene G. Smith. . . , 



James W. H. Myrick. 

Silas H. Ayer 

William H. Pierce. . . . 
Charles H. Mathews. . 



Charles H. Innes 

J. Bernard Ferber. ... 

Frank A. Newell 

Lewis P. Felch 

Joseph W. Wharton. . . 
William S. Kinney. . . . 
David T. Montague . . . 
Davis B. Keniston, Jr. 



Courtenay Guild 

Daniel W. Lane 

Courtenay Crocker. . . 
Henry L. Shattuck. . . 

John P. Reynolds 

Fitz-Henry Smith, Jr. 

Edward C. Fitz 

Merrill N. Davis 



61 
55 
61 
58 
53 
49 



Second Group. 

John B. Grant 

Alonzo A. Pulverman 

William J. Donahue 

Charles W. Dupuis 

Lawrence H. Newhall 



Ward 8. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



130 
129 
129 
128 
129 



Bernard E. Grant. . . 

Hyman Kaplan 

Louis Smith 

Samuel A. Goldberg. 



Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Eight.j 



111 
116 
117 
115 



James Bailey 

Nicholas Carafolias. 
Walter G. Young. . . 
Thomas C. Murch. . 



Ward 10. 
[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



620 
610 
607 
607 
608 
611 
619 
610 



Benjamin E. Robinson. 

Samuel Davis 

Malcolm E. Nichols 

Louis R. Chapman. . . . 

James H. Phelan 

F. Stanton Gorman 

William J. Conlon 

Walter M. Lougee 



Ward 11. 
[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



644 
640 
642 
639 
639 
641 
638 
639 



Harris Livermore 

Arthur E. Burr 

William Minot 

J. Sidney Stone 

William S. B. Stevens. 

Joseph F. Woods 

Frederic R. Galacar. . . 



35 
31 
30 
31 
31 



128 
128 
127 
129 



114 
115 
118 
113 



616 
608 
609 
608 
605 
604 
605 
611 



638 
638 
641 
639 
640 
639 
638 



Henry A. Savage. . . . 
John B. McGregor. . 
George T. Webber. . , 
Melvin S. Westover. 

Jacob Jelal 

William P. Clark. . . . 
William S. Sparrow. , 



Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Thirteen.] 



433 
427 
422 
421 
418 
419 
421 



Charles N. Goodrich 

Frank S. Pearson 

Henry E. Chamberlin. . . . 
Frederick O. Harrington. 

Harry D. Carter 

Archibald B. Morrison. . . 



418 
422 
419 
417 
416 
418 



Election Department. 



89 



Republican Votes Cast at State^Primary, 1912 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Five.] 

Second Group. 

43 Francis E. Campbell 

41 John J. Ryan 

38 Cornelius C. Sheridan 

40 James J. Dyer 

39 James W. O'Brien 



First Group. 

E. Mertain Hatch 

Louis C. Haeffner 

Herman Krause 

Johan C. Johanson 

Oscar Thesan 



20 
21 
20 
19 
20 



Elisha S. Boland. . . 
Herman Hormel . . . 
Harry W. Park .... 
Edward H. Willey. . 
Ernest C. Edwards. 
Edwin A. Lawley. . . 



Ward 14. 
[Entitled to Nine.] 



284 
286 
275 
275 
275 
280 



Milton C. Paige 

John E. Mayers 

Artimus R. Woods . 

Fred Raymond 

August Bencks 



280 

282 

1 

1 

1 



John S. Godfrey 

Winfield E. Clogston . . 
Elisha W. Goldthwait. 
Walter S. Webber 



Herbert S. Frost. . . 
Ward. W. Jones. . . . 
Ezra N. Rolland . . . 
John S. Bradbury . . 
George F. Coughlin. 



Ward 15. 

[Entitled to Seven.] 



187 
179 
180 
177 



Dexter R. Neal . . . 
Frank E. WilUs. . . 
Charles H. Lowry. 



Ward 16. 
[Entitled to Ten.; 



364 
360 
361 
358 
357 



Jay B. Crawford. . . 
Frank S. At wood. . . 
James T. Cochrane. 
Charles J. Beatey. . 
I. Stebbins Gilbert . 



176 
176 
177 



359 
359 
366 
359 
357 



Thomas Grieve 

Herbert D. Sterling. 
James H. Mugridge . 
James T. Neill 



Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Eight.] 



148 
146 
147 
146 



Charles E. Lord 

Howard A. Pinkham. 

Charles R. Fuller 

Henry G. Eisenstadt. 



147 
146 
145 
146 



Charles A. Heintz. . . 
Thomas G. Schuyler. 
Alexander Nicholson. 
John H. Hemsley. . . 
Charles H. Diggs 



Ward 18. 

[Entitled to Nine.] 



217 
213 
210 
214 
214 



Henry E. Reid 

George W. Markham . 
Louis Drevenstedt. . . . 
Daniel L. Tilman . . . . 



211 
210 
208 
217 



Fred Kitson 

Robert E. Noonan 

Alexander H. Montgomery. 
William C. F. Krone 



Ward 19. 
[Entitled to Seven.] 



157 

158 
160 

158 



WilHam S. Small 

John A. B. Gebhardt. 
Frank G. Watson. . . . 



159 
158 
160 



90 



City Document No. 13. 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 20. 

[Entitled to Twenty.] 



Walter V. Fletcher 1,316 

Alexander C. Grainger 1,307 

Moses S. Lourie 1,313 

William S. Harvey 1,310 

WiUet F. Casey 1,304 

George H. Wyman 1,313 

John W. Davis, Jr 1,311 

Charles A. Quint 1,307 

WUliam Smith, Jr 1,304 

Charles F. Mains 1,309 



Archibald F. Hall 1,305 

Abraham E. Pinanski 1,331 

Harry A. S. Lovell 1,305 

James W. V/ebber 1,311 

Alonzo E. Yont 1,301 

James D. Henderson. . , 1,315 

George L. Willey 1,303 

Henry Brookshaw 1,303 

Joseph Michelman 1,314 

George F. Brandt 1,303 



Frank N. Nay 

Theodore E. Stevenson. 

Albert A. Ginzberg 

John C. Redmond 

Shirley P. Graves 

Job E. Gaskin 

Charles T. Cottrell 

Addison P. Beardsley. . , 



Ward 21. 
[Entitled to Sixteen.] 



960 
958 
955 
954 
960 
954 
951 
943 



Donald M. Blair. . . 
Charles T. Barry. . . 
Alfred P. Williams. 
Patrick J. Kelleher. 
James Hewins, Jr . . 
Henry E. HoSman. 
Charles H. Tisdale. 
George E. Cole. . . . 



946 
946 
950 
945 
945 
946 
952 
950 



Ward 22. 

[Entitled to Twelve.] 



First Group. 

James H. Knight 477 

Frank W. Ramseyer 436 

Frank H. Chambers 405 

Charles E. Foss 435 

Herman Loewenberg 378 

Mark T. Wendell 412 

Louis F. Buff 407 

Henry Kramer 407 

WilHam Dudley Cotton, Jr 449 

Roland C. Withington 425 



■ Second Group. 



Frank Seiberlich 

George W. Lorey 

Francis Holland 

George W. Kenyon. . . 

George H. Fowle 

Albert H. Vegkley. . . . 
Franklin R. Wing. . . . 

Bernhard G. Krug 

Kasper Zimmerman . . 
Evert S. F. Lindqnist. 
Anthony D. Weber. . . 



336 
311 
290 
345 
296 
255 
270 
280 
274 
269 
312 



Ward 23. 
[Entitled to Eleven.] 



First Group. 

Arthur J. Trethewey 249 

Frederick L. Greim '. 238 

William Luippold, Jr 239 

George M. Haliburton 241 

John C. Brown 245 

Fred L. Dorr 222 

David M. Patch 248 

Julian F. Home 235 

Joseph P. Gallivan 237 

Donald C. McPherson 239 

Howard W. Forbes 246 



Second Group. 

George P. Beckford 

Stephen J. Lent 

Frederic Gilbert Bauer 

Charles S. Greene 

Howard L. Blake 

Charles A. Nelson 

Theodore Barnes 

William J. Orchard 

Eugene Schwender 

George A. Gilman 

John McCarthy 



408 
410 
403 
398 
404 
398 
400 
400 
400 
409 
397 



Election Department. 



91 



Republican Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 24.. 
[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



Walter N. Baker 

Williard W. Hibbard . 
Charles C. De Lappe. 
Andrew J. Sullivan. . . 
Charles Patterson . . . . 
Samuel T. Cobb, Jr. . 
Charles E. Turner. . . . 
Lester Colby 



903 

897 
879 
871 
879 
879 
873 
879 



George H. Watson. . . . 
George W. Penniman. . 
Arthur C. MacDonald. 

James L. Strait 

Henry S. Clark 

George H. Manks 

James Callahan 



885 



875 
878 



873 
20 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to Ten.] 



William H. Squire 

Nelson J. Ingalls 

William S. Youngman . 

Frank H. Howe 

E. Lyle Morey 



869 

868 
865 
866 
860 



Pierce O'Connell. . 
Lewis J. He^vitt. . . 
Albert E. Harding. 
Joseph F. Lockett. 
Will S. Fuller 



864 
870 



866 

871 



Ward 26. 
[Entitled to Fifteen.] 



Harry E. Astley 327 

William Wragg 332 

Frederick W. Boynton 317 

Clarke Waters 313 

Edwin L. Marshall 310 

Wilham E. Norwood 311 

Albert Davenport 317 

James E. Sheriden 324 



Chester W. Farwell . . , 
Frederic G. Katzmann. 

John Johnston 

John S. Stressenger. . . . 

WUliam G. Nunn 

Edward H. Kearney. . . 

Henry P. Herr 

All others 



322 
338 
317 
319 
309 
319 
312 
1 



92 



City Document No. 13, 



Number of Republican Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912. 



Wards. 


Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


Totals. 


1 


85 

16 

46 

8 

39 

9 

11 

9 

19 

19 

74 

133 

8 

28 

13 

22 

9 

38 

35 

85 

124 

145 

92 

53 

93 

46 


118 

11 

17 

29 

28 

54 

22 

17 

10 

48 

28 

126 

4 

9 

3 

22 

8 

49 

13 

96 

55 

54 

33 

51 

140 

96 


178 
15 
23 
24 

4 
17 
21 
70 

4 
65 
77 
34 

7 
20 
21 
43 
35 
71 
14 
92 
76 
13 
23 
110 
86 
91 


135 
13 
6 
17 
17 
16 
53 
33 
11 
57 
99 

102 
11 
46 
16 
81 
70 
51 
5 
92 

138 

135 
48 

128 
34 

124 


84 

14 

7 

5 

8 

21 

6 

25 

40 

59 

86 

88 

16 

68 

24 

63 

7 

11 

23 

41 

98 

99 

37 

183 

179 

18 


24 
41 
5 
14 
13 
59 
5 
25 
45 
56 
64 
33 
12 
51 
40 

130 
3 
48 
35 
84 

140 

148 
58 

117 
96 
57 


70 
20 


93 
11 


81 
















868 


2 
















141 

104 


3 


















4 






















97 


5 






















109 


6 


26 


34 


















236 


7 


















118 


8 






















179 


9 


10 
182 
81 
20 
14 
54 
56 
44 
8 




















139 


10 


129 
90 


177 
155 
















792 


11 
















754 


12 
















536 


13 


11 

70 

47 


















83 


14 


















346 


15 


















220 


16 


















405 


17 


15 


23 
















178 


18 
















268 


19 


6 
167 

92 
118 

68 
125 
128 

44 


26 
192 
144 

71 
105 
180 

69 


35 
107 
111 
















192 


20 


128 
80 


131 
104 


135 
52 


70 


64 


128 


113 


1,725 
1,214 


21 


22 










783 


23 


29 
114 
129 


113 
143 
118 


107 
136 


125 
98 


96 


111 






1,045 
1,438 


24 






25 










1,072 


26 














476 
























Total 


13,518 







J 



SOCIALIST VOTES CAST AT 

STATE PEIMAEY, 

SEPTEMBER 24, 1912. 



94 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 1. 

• 


m 
P 




6 
< 


Ward 10. 


K 

< 
m 

P 



< 




11 
O 


Precinct 1 

« 2 


1 

1 
1 
2 




Precinct I 

4 

7 


1 
2 

1 




« 3 ; 








« 6 ■ 


Total 


4 










5 






Total 














1 






Ward 2. 


Ward 11. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 


1 

4 









Ward 3. 


1 
3 




1 




4 




1 






1 






4 










Totals 


6 


2 


Ward 5. 


1 


















Ward 12. 
Precinct 1 

2 


2 
1 




Ward 7. 


2 












2 
1 






Ward 8. 


Total 


3 




6 






Ward 13. 
Precinct 3 


1 




Total 


3 








2 
1 
2 
1 


1 




Ward 9. 




2 

3 

« 5 


Ward 14. 

Precinct 3 

4 

5 


2 
3 
1 




« 6 










Totals 


6 


1 


Total 


6 









Election Department. 



95 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR GOVERNOR. 



Wabd 15. 


' 

a 

■< 




m 
-^ 
O 

< 


Ward 20. 


K 

m 

m 




o 


2 

1 

o 


Precinct 2 

" 5 


2 

1 
1 




Precinct 6 

8 


1 
1 
1 
1 

3 




« 7 


" 10 

" 12 

" IS 








Total 


4 








1 


1 




Ward 16. 


Total 


7 




" 5 








« 7 


2 








Totals 


3 


1 








Wahd 17. 


2 


1 






Ward 21. 


1 
2 




5 








" 8 






2 


1 




Totals 












Total 


3 




"Ward 18. 


1 


2 
2 












« 3 




4 

" 5 


1 




6 


1 




Totals 


3 


4 


Ward 22. 

Precinct 1 

4 

5 


1 
3 
2 
2 




Ward 19. 


1 

1 
2 
6 

4 


1 




« 3 


6 




" 5 


7 


3 


" 6 


8 


2 










" 9 


Totals 


10 






3 




14 


1 

















96 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR GOVERNOR. 



Ward 23. 


W 
CO 

Q 
n 


S 

ID 

o 


Ward 25. 


w 

m 
P 

Q 
O 


2 

O 

< 




3 

1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 


1 


Precinct 1 


1 

1 




"4 


6 










« 5 


Total 


2 








7 






« 10 


Ward 26. 


4 
3 
2 




« 11 




" 12 


" 2 




« 13 


" 3 




14 


" 7 


1 










Totals 


16 


1 


Totals 


9 


1 










1 
1 

1 
2 

1 






121 


20 
















7 




« 9 




« 10 




« 12 








Total 


6 











Election Department. 



97 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 



FOR LIEUTEN- 
ANT GOVERNOR. 


FOR SECRETARY. 


FOR TREASURER. 


Wards. 


15 

1 

B 
O 


Wards. 


m 
H 

< 

r 


2 

1 
O 

< 


Wards. 


i 

m 

M 
P 

3 


^ 


5 

1 
3 
4 
6 
1 
3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 


1 


4 
1 
3 
3 
4 
6 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
2 
2 
8 


1 


1 


3 


5 


5 


5 


1 


8 


8 


8 


3 


10 


9 


9 


3 


11 


10 


10 


4 


13 


11 


11 


6 


14 


14 


14 


2 


15 


15 


15 


2 


16 


16 


16 


1 


18 


18 


19 


1 


24 


19 


20 


2 


25 


20 


22 


3 




23 


23 


3 




24 


24 


1 




25 


25 


2 




26 ... 


26 


10 










Total 


33 


Totals 


46 


1 


Total 


47 



98 



City Document No. 13. 





Socialist Votes Cast a 
FOR AUDITOR. 


t State Primary, 1912. 

FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 


Wards. 


Sylvester J. McBride. 


Wards. 


i-s 

« 

O 

w 

m 



§ 

fi 
O 


1 


1 

1 
3 
3 
4 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
3 
2 


1 


3 


5 


5 


1 


8 . 


8 


■ 3 


9 


9 

10 . 


3 


10 




2 


11 


13 


1 


14 

15 


14 

19 

20 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 


3 
1 


16 

18 


2 
5 


19 


3 


20 


2 


22 


2 


24 


4 


25 








Total 


31 


-Total 


35 



Election Department. 



99 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS. 



Tenth District. 




Eleventh District. 




Wards. 


H 

H 

K 
■< 

o 

K 
PJ 


Wards. 



< 
►J 
O 

to 

« 

o 


1 


5 
1 
3 
1 
2 
5 
7 
3 


10 


5 


2 


11. .. .. 


3 


3 


12 


4 


5 


18 


5 


7 


19. . . 


13 


8 


21 


4 ■ 


9 


22 


9 


11 


23 


16 








Total 


27 


Total 


59 











Thirteenth District.* 
Twelfth District. 


{Wa 


rd 25.) 


(No Nomination.) 
Fourteenth District.* 




Wards. 


o 

z 
z 
o 
o 

d 

IS 

<! 

s 

O 

a 


Ward. 


>• 

(S 
<! 
O 

a 
o 

>-5 


13 


1 
4 
5 
3 
4 
9 
7 


26 


9 


14 






15 

16 




17 

20 




24 








Total 


33 







* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



100 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR COUNCILORS. 





Second District* 






Fourth District* 








M 










Wards. 


m 




Wards. 


o 






O 






20 


2 

1 
3 
4 


1 


1 


23 


10 


1 


24 . . 


11 


1 


26 


25 


2 








Total . . 


10 


Total 


5 









No nomination in Third District. 



* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 101 

Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SENATORS. 

First Suffolk District* 

Ward 1. Total. 
Henry Erskine 1 1 

Second Suffolk District* (Wards 2, 3, 4 and 5.) 

No nomination. 

Third Suffolk District* 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. Total. 
John J. McEttrick — — 2 2 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. Total. 
Samuel Zorn 3 — — 3 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. Total. 
John Regan 3 1 2 6 

Sixth Suffolk District. {Wards 13, 14, 15 and 16.) 
No nomination. 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. Total. 

Nicholas Dozenberg 1 1 4 6 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. Total. 

Joseph Bearak 7 4 11 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

Ward 23. Ward 24. Total. 

WilUam L. Sweet 16 5 21 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. Total. 

William Litchfield 9 9 

* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



102 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

First Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 1. 

Samuel D. Levine 7 

Abraham Segal 7 

Second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 2. 

Andrew P. Hickey 2 

Third Suffolk District. {Ward 3.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Fourth Suffolk District. {Wards 4 and 5.) 

[Entitled to Three.] 
No nomination. 

Sixth Suffolk District. {Ward 6.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 7. 

Hubert Riley 2 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 8. 

Henry Bercowich 7 

Eva Hoffman 6 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 9. 

Abram Herman 8 

Hyman M. Klein 9 

Tenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 10. 

Onesime Cote 4 

George W. Galvin 5 

Eleventh Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 11. 

Edwin A. Franklin 6 

Harriet E. Lothrop Raasch 6 

Twelfth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 12. 

David L. Bruce 4 

All others 3 



Election Department. 



103 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Thirteenth Suffolk District. (Ward 13.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Fourteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 14. 

William J. Hanrahan 5 

Joseph Kovar 6 

Fifteenth Suffolk District. (Ward 16.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Sixteenth Suffolk District. (Ward 16.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Seventeenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 17. 

Thomas H. Brophy 4 

Eighteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 18. 

Samuel Filler 7 

Nineteenth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] "Ward 19. 

Jacob Hoffman 15 

All others 5 

Twentieth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 20. 

James W. Ganter 7 

Tiventy-first Suffolk District. (Ward 21.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Twenty-second Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 22. 

Fred E. Winters 9 

Joe Wencel 6 

All others 1 

Twenty-third Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Two.] Ward 23. 

WiUiam C. Hoeckel 17 

Robert K. Thayer 17 



104 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL COURT. 

Twenty-fourth Suffolk District. 

[Entitled to Three.] Ward 24. 

Judah E. Bellows 3 

Fred W. Crandall 5 

All others 2 

Twenty-fifth Suffolk District. (Ward 25.) 

[Entitled to Two.] 
No nomination. 

Third Norfolk District. 

[Entitled to One.] Ward 26. 

Fred H. Speed 10 

All others 1 



Election Department. 



105 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR SHERIFF. (To Fill Vacancy.) 







!« 








H 








:z; 








o 








W 








<! 






Wards. 


S 


03 






M 


<B 






o 


^ 














K 


o 






H 








< 


^ 






Plh 


<5 


1 


3 


1 


7 


2 


8 


2 
3 
3 
2 




9.- 


2 


10 


1 


11 


2 


12 


3 


13 




1 


14 


1 
2 


4 


15 


2 


16 


3 


17 




2 


18 


1 

1 
1 


6 


19 : 


14 


20 


4 


21 


3 


22 


5 

1 
2 
2 


2 


23 


12 


24 


2 


25 








Totals 


29 


66 







106 City Document No. 13. 

Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR STATE COMMITTEE. 

First Suffolk District.* 

Ward 1. Total. 

Walter S. Segal 1 1 

Second Suffolk District* 

Ward 2. Ward 3. Ward 4. Ward 5. Total. 

Frederick B. Chase — 3 — — 3 

Third Suffolk District* 

Ward 6. Ward 7. Ward 8. Total. 
John J. McEttrick — — 2 2 

Fourth Suffolk District. 

Ward 9. Ward 12. Ward 17. Total. 

Samuel Zorn 3 — — 3 

Fifth Suffolk District. 

Ward 10. Ward 11. Ward 25. Total. 
John Weaver Sherman 3 2 2 7 

Sixth Suffolk District. 

Ward 13. Ward 14. Ward 15. Ward 16. Total. 
Thomas G. Connolly — 1 1 — 2 

Seventh Suffolk District. 

Ward 18. Ward 19. Ward 22. Total. 

Nicholas Dozenberg 1 1 4 6 

Eighth Suffolk District. 

Ward 20. Ward 21. Totals. 

Moses J. Konikow 2 — 2 

Samuel P. Levenberg 1 — 1 

Ninth Suffolk District. 

' Ward 23. Ward 24. Total. 

H. Hector Beaton 15 7 22 

First Norfolk District.* 

Ward 26. Total. 

John A. L. Ross 8 8 

* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



107 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 1. 

[Entitled to Two.] 
Abraham Segal 3 | Samuel D. Levine 



Ward 2. 

[Entitled to Two/ 
No election. 



Frederick B. Chase. 



Ward 3. 
[Entitled to One. 



Ward 4- 

[Entitled to One.] 

No election. 

Ward 5. 

[Entitled to One.] 

No election. 

Ward 6. 

[Entitled to One.] 

No election. 



John J. McEttrick. 



Ward 7. 

[Entitled to One.] 



Henry Bercovich. 



Ward 8. 

[Entitled to Two.] 
. . . 2 I Louis Hoffman. 



Abram Herman. . 
Hyman M. Klein. 



Ward 9. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

3 1 All others. 



Ward 10. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

Fred T. Whitney 4 1 All others. 

John Weaver Sherman 3 I 



Warren Carpenter 

Harriet E. Lothrop Raasch. 



Ward 11. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

4 I AH others, 



108 City Document No. 13. 

Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 

Ward 12. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

Louis Marcus 3 | David L. Bruce 3 



Ward 13. 

[Entitled to Two.] 



John Raulinajtis. 



Ward 14. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

Joseph Kovar 4 I John M. McDonald. 

Joseph Lass 4 ' 

Ward 15. 
[Entitled to Two.] 
Michael J. Fennell 4 | John E. Barry 



Ward 16. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

Thomas G. Connolly 2 I All others. 

Meyer Rubinowitz 2 I 



Thomas H. Brophy. 



Ward 17. 
[Entitled to Two.] 



Charles Payson. 



Ward 18. 
[Entitled to One.] 



Ward 19. 

[Entitled to Two.) 

Jacob Hoffman 13 I All others. 

Nicholas Dozenberg 12 I 



Ward 20. 
[Entitled to Two.] 
Samuel P. Levenberg 6 j James W. Ganter. 



Ward 21. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

Marcus Livingston 3 I All others. 

Henry Freidman 2 I 



Ward 22. 
[Entitled to Three.] 

Fred E. "Winters ,9 I Emil Skalicky. 

Paul Barth 9 I 



Election Department. 



109 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 19^12. 

FOR DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTION. 
Ward 23. 

[Entitled to Two.] 
H. Hector Beaton 12 | Henry Hoeckel 



12 



Judah E. Bellows. 
Fred W. Crandall . 



Ward 24. 
[Entitled to Two.] 

3 1 All others. 
2 I 



Willis W. Hitchcock. 



Ward 25. 
[Entitled to One.] 



Robert B. Martin. 
Fred H. Speed 



Ward 26. 

[Entitled to Two.] 

7 I All others . 
7 I 



no 



City Document No. 13. 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 

FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 

Ward 1. 
Samuel D. Levine 3 | Abraham Segal 



Ward 2. 
No election. 



Stephen O'Leary. . . 
Frederick B. Chase. 



Ward 3. 
1 I Max Sedar . 
1 I 



Ward 4. 
No election. 

Ward 5. 
No election. 

Ward 6. 

No election. 



John J. McEttrick . 



Ward 7. 

2 I Hubert Riley. 



Louis Hoffman. . . 
Henry Bercovich. 



Ward 8. 

2 I Eva Hoffman. 



Ward 9. 

Hyman M. Klein 2 I Samuel Zorn. 

Abram Herman 3 I 



Ward 10. 



John Weaver Sherman. 
Frederick T. Whitney. . 



George W. Galvin. . 
Grover J. Shoholm . 



Ward 11. 

Warren Carpenter 4 I Thomas Ahearn. 

Harriet E. Lothrop Raasch 1 I Edwin Franklin. 



David L. Bruce. . . . 
Emma P. Hutchins. 



Ward 12. 



Louis Marcus. 



Ward IS. 
No election. 



Election Department. 



Ill 



Socialist Votes Cast at State Primary, 1912. 
FOR WARD COMMITTEES. 



Joseph P. Lass. 



Ward 14. 

4 1 Joseph Kover 4 



Michael J. Fennell . 



Ward 15. 

3 I John E.Barry 3 



Thomas G. Connolly. 
Meyer Rubinowitz . . . 



Ward 16. 

2 I Israel Spiegel. 
2 I 



Thomas H. Brophy. 



Ward 17. 

2 I Patrick Mahony . 



Charles Payson . 



Ward 18. 

7 I Samuel Pillar 6 



Jacob Hoffman 

Nicholas Dozenberg . 



Ward 19. 

8 I William Sprogis. 
7 I 



Samuel P. Levenberg. 



Ward 20. 

5 I James W. Ganter. 



Marcus Livingston . 
Henry Friedman. . . 



Ward 21. 

3 I Moses J. Konikow. 
2 1 



Fred E. Winters. 
Emil Skalicky. . . 



Ward 22. 

9 1 Paul Barth. 



H. Hector Beaton. . 
WiUiam C. Hoeckel. 
Henry Hoeckel 



Ward 23. 

14 I WilHam L. Sweet 14 

14 Allen G. Thayer 14 

14 I Charles F. Claus 14 



Judah E. Bellows. 
Joseph H. Allen. . . 



Ward 24. 

4 I John Bergh 

2 I Fred W. Crandell . 



Ward 25. 



Willis W. Hitchcock. 



Ward 26. 



Robert B. Martin. 
Solomon J. Jones. . 



Fred H. Speed 7 



112 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Socialist Ballots Cast at State Primary, 1912. 





Precincts. 


Totals. 


Wards. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


1 




1 


1 






3 

1 




1 
1 


















7 
2 
4 


2 






















3 






1 




3 


















4 




























5 


































1 


6 
































7 






2 
2 


1 
3 
1 
3 
3 


























3 


8 




2 
2 


1 

1 


2 

1 






















8 


9 


2 

1 
1 
2 


1 
1 




















10' 


10 




















5 


11 


6 
2 


1 
























12 


























4 


13 


1 
2 




























1 


14 






4 


1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
























r 


15 


1 


2 


1 

1 

1 
6 

1 


1 
3 
1 




















6 


16 


2 
2 
2 
1 


1 




















6 


17 
























5 




1 
1 


1 




















7 


19 






5 
1 

1 
















16 


20 


1 
3 

4 
1 


1 
2 

4 


2 




1 










11 


21 
















4 






1 


3 

1 


3 

2 


2 
1 


2 
















1& 


23 




1 
2 
2 




2 
1 


1 


3 






18 


24 




1 




1 






7 


25 


1 

4 






1 










4 




3 


3 


1 




2 


















13 


















■■ 1 








Total 


177 







STATE ELECTION, 

NOVEMBER 5, 1912. 



114 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters, State Election, 1912. 



Wards. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 


er cent 
Residents 
jistered 
Wards. 




•• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 




, 


341 
370 
451 
416 
433 
158 
115 
495 
513 
236 
539 
647 
335 
530 
290 
373 
314 
520 
702 
698 
544 
883 
432 
488 
458 
363 


378 
250 
467 
363 
508 
286 
244 
621 
547 
298 
358 
501 
297 
491 
487 
686 
367 
458 
373 
801 
479 
691 
684 
522 
528 
369 


583 
372 
485 
447 
310 
312 
397 
642 
321 
293 
466 
379 
239 
405 
465 
907 
423 
509 
588 
885 
512 
440 
598 
706 
505 
474 


580 
312 
490 
368 
269 
263 
307 
723 
529 
284 
497 
617 
371 
495 
405 
708 
704 
611 
538 
707 
532 
878 
636 
622 
479 
450 


548 
302 
511 
303 
367 
351 
294 
429 
529 
245 
314 
467 
384 
626 
492 
671 
390 
566 
394 
804 
542 
697 
476 
611 
613 
298 


512 
440 
357 
266 
322 
286 
190 
581 
493 
343 
241 
600 
318 
486 
490 
641 
304 
711 
538 
712 
535 
642 
276 
482 
605 
381 


727 
543 


844 
422 


580 
















5,093 
3,011 
2,761 
2,163 
2,209 
2,213 
1,647 
3,491 
3,298 
3,857 
3,923 
3,767 
2,737 
4,246 
3,732 
4,664 
4,252 
3,375 
5,110 
12,243 
6,206 
5,459 
6,705 
8,102 
5,394 
2,695 


59 


2 
















41 


3 


















67 


4 






















55 


5 






















54 


6 


335 


222 


















18 


7 


















24 - 


8 






















33 


9 


366 
746 
339 
556 
398 
564 
640 
678 
518 




















35 


10 


701 
353 


711 
816 
















39 


















53 


12 
















42 


13 


395 
649 
463 


















41 < 


14 


















62 


15 


















63 


16 


















60 


17 


709 


523 
















56 


18 
















48 


19 


704 
862 
535 
551 
536 
610 
613 
360 


706 
825 
597 
677 
379 
1,069 
520 


567 
741 
508 
















59 


20 

21 


857 
433 


671 
634 


746 
355 


659 


779 


699 


797 


67 
65 ^ 


22 










61 


23 


475 
847 
559 


421 

726 
514 


427 
660 


417 
759 


464 


484 






69 


24 






67 


25 










62 


26 














54 i 






















A 


Total 


112,253 









Average per cent of male residents who registered, 52. 



Election Department. 



115 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 
Election, 1912. 

























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2 

1 
1 
4 

1 


4 
5 
6 
8 
4 


2 
2 


92 
108 
183 
141 

95 


76 

99 

144 

120 

86 


85 


2 


84 


« 3 


141 


« 4.. 


180 


5 


248 


w 




6 


1 
3 
3 
2 


17 
6 

12 
4 


1 


93 
132 
122 
135 


73 
106 
147 
117 


219 


7 


305 


" 8 


393 


« 9 


204 






Totals 


18 


66 


5 


1,101 


968 


1,859 






Ward 2. 














Precinct 1 


1 


5 




54 


44 


152 


" 2 








36 
46 
55 
52 

72 
92 
73 


37 
52 
37 
35 
56 
66 
53 


101 


3 




5 
4 
5 

4 

3 

21 


1 

2 


170 


" 4 




144 






142 


6 


1 


202 




254 


8 


2 


179 






Totals 


4 ' 


47 


3 


480 


380 


1,344 


Ward 3. 














Precinct 1 


1 


1 


1 


72 


76 


193 


2 


2 


3 


1 


67 


40 


245 


3 




3 




75 
54 


54 
29 


251 


4 




276 


« 5 




7 
2 


1 


58 
29 


36 

20 


286 


6 


1 


213 


Totals 


4 


16 


3 


355 


255 


1,464 





IIG 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice-President, State 

Election, 1912. 

























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1 

3 

1 


1 

2 
4 
2 
1 

2 


- 
1 

1 
1 


35 
52 
65 
26 
12 
28 


42 
48 
59 
48 
36 
51 


219 


« 2 


146 


« 3 


192 


« 4 


186 


" 5 


1 
1 


161 


" 6 


107 






Totals 


7 


12 


3 


218 


284 


1,011 






Ward 5. 


















4 
3 
2 

1 
4 
3 


1 


66 
57 
20 
33 
32 
39 


70 
61 
18 
37 
44 
30 


183 


" 2 


1 


280 


" 3 


174 


« 4 


1 


118 


« 5 


212 


« 6 




171 








Totals 


2 


17 


1 


247 


260 


1,138 






Ward 6. 






















36 
107 
93 
72 
133 
74 
80 
62 


10 
52 
40 
48 
46 
73 
57 
29 


78 


2 








59 


" 3 








103 


" 4 




1 
4 
1 
2 


1 


86 


•' 5 . 




80 


" 6 


1 


97 


" 7 


123 


"8 




75 












Totals 


1 


8 


1 


657 


355 


701 







Election Department. 



117 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 
Election, 1912. 



Waed 7. 


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3 
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14 
25 
78 
58 
31 
22 


27 
49 
, 58 
56 
34 
21 


47 


2 

3 

4 

" 5 


1 
2 
2 


5 

7 
7 
2 


1 

1 


111 
175 
102 

147 


" 6 




88 












Totals 


5 


21 


2 


228 


245 


670 


Ward 8. 
Precinct 1 


1 


11 
7 
14 
37 
33 
43 


1 


65 
104 
112 
159 
104 

84 


16 
26 
128 
83 
56 
63 


258 


2 


315 


3 




250 


« 4 


1 
1 
5 


331 


5 


166 


6 


279 






Totals 


8 


145 


1 


628 


372 


1,599 




Ward 9. 


2 
2 
2 


23 
13 
21 
14 
18 
12 
1 


3 
1 


120 
83 
77 
65 
82 
85 
32 


60 
58 
38 
59 
96 
116 
34 


164 


2 


245 


« 3 


96 


" 4 


254 


5 




167 


6 

7 


2 
3 


162 
194 


Totals 


11 


102 


4 


544 


461 


1,282 



118 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 

Election, 1912. 











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1 


4 
9 
1 
13 
3 
4 


1 

7 
2 


22 
73 
82 
77 
81 
105 


39 
62 
66 
60 
53 
76 


114 


" 2 


91 


3 ■ 


1 


66 


" 4 


57 


" 5 




41 


6 


1 


77 


7 


1 


7 




197 


277 


163 


« 8 


2 
1 


8 
11 


1 


173 
197 


193 
230 


190 


" ,9 


154 


Totals 


7 


60 


11 


1,007 


1,056 


953 


Ward 11. 
















6 


16 

29 

15 

5 


1 
2 


136 

109 

97 

87 


127 

55 

118 

198 


150 


" 2 


82 


" 3 




157 


4 


2 


138 


" 5 








28 
48 


171 
125 


82 


6 


1 


2 




54 


" 7 


1 






77 
41 
136 


151 
200 
367 


65 


8 


1 
3 




75 


9 


1 


170 


Totals 


11 


71 


3 


759 


1,512 


973 


Ward 12. 


















22 

7 
4 


1 


175 

144 

97 


149 

127 

62 


164 


2 




115 


3 


1 


123 


4 


2 


5 




149 


129 


201 


" 5 


3 
1 






42 
90 


118 
101 


112 


6 


10 


4 


251 


7 


3 


7 


2 


50 


68 


318 


Totals 


10 


55 


7 


747 


754 


1,284 



Election Department. 



119 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 

Election, 1912. 

























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Q 

3 

05 
03 c3 


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11 


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Precinct 1 




1 




12 
10 
12 
33 
27 
15 
20 
19 


43 
29 
31 
37 
48 
35 
44 
32 


164 


2 




149 


3 


1 


3 

2 




115 


4 


194 


5 


1 


205 


6 


2 
6 
6 


2 
1 


164 


7 




223 


8 




213 








Totals 


2 


20 


3 


148 


299 


1,427 


Ward 14. 














Precinct 1 






7 


49 
22 


75 
56 


231 


2 


1 


6 


292 


3 




7 

11 

25 

15 

7 

1 


3 

7 

2 
1 


40 
60 
72 
90 
75 
93 


55 

120 

136 

99 

99 

144 


203 


4 




195 


5 




237 


6 




171 


7 


2 
1 


262 


8 


257 






Totals 


4 


72 


20 


501 


784 


1,848 


Ward IS. 














Precinct 1 






3 

3 
1 

4 


29 
30 
35 
52 
44 
72 
65 
63 


33 
39 

48 
41 
75 

74 
108 

77 


131 


2 


2 


15 
1 

6 

7 

12 

19 

6 


241 


3 


246 


'' 4 




195 


5 




265 


6 


2 

1 
1 


219 


7 


255 


8 


209 






Totals 


6 


66 


11 


390 


495 


1,761 







120 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 

Election, 1912. 

























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Precinct 1 


1 


7 


1 


48 


45 


172 


2 • 








93 

96 

159 

119 


79 
146 
147 
131 


321 


3 




14 
2 
6 


1 


444 


4 


2 
5 


229 


5 


268 


6 




3 

23 


1 

1 


152 
55 


192 
185 


183 


7 


3 


263 


Totals 


11 


55 


4 


722 


925 


1,880 






Ward 17. 














Precinct 1 


2 
2 


1 
2 




31 
22 


30 
36 


140 


2 


209 


3 




9 
12 

7 
5 




70 
125 
33 
16 
26 
58 
58 


89 
118 
35 
25 
51 
64 
88 


179 


4 


2 


306 


S 


199 


6 




166 


7 




319 


8 • 




5 
8 




1 


395 


9 


1 


265 


Totals 


7 


49 


1 


439 


536 


2,178 




Ward 18. 
















1 


9 
3 


1 


99 

74 


71 
93 


187 


2 


126 


'< i 


1 

5 


11 

7 




121 
108 


126 
109 


86 


4 


148 


5 


3 


10 




55 


48 


285 


6 


4 


9 


1 


109 


114 


316 






Totals 


14 


49 


2 


666 


561 


1,148 





Election Depaetment. 



121 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 

Election, 1912. 



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5 
1 

11 
4 

17 
6 

18 

21 


1 

3 


82 
48 
28 
38 
54 
85 
48 
72 
80 


112 
52 
62 
46 
58 
95 
79 

100 
79 


338 


2 


154 


3 


2 
1 

1 
2 
1 

1 


332 


4.. . 


299 


5 


176 


6 


200 


7 


430 


8 


361 


9 


245 








Totals 


11 


92 


4 


535 


683 


2,535 




Wabd 20. 
Precinct 1 




3 

8 
4 

15 
9 

12 
3 
2 
7 

12 

24 
9 
6 
8 

35 
7 


3 
1 

4 

1 

1 

2 

1 
1 


169 
164 
179 
169 
72 
141 
231 
255 
216 
239 
230 
201 
139 
136 
243 
167 


115 
134 
168 
125 
114 
124 
214 
256 
164 
228 
151 
180 
158 
116 
- 133 
177 


278 


2 




317 


3 




363 


« 4 


2 

1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 


285 


5 


423 


6 


290 


7 


259 


8 


176 


9 


207 


" 10 


235 


11 


148 


12 




206 


13 


2 


199 


14 


368 


" 15 




157 


" 16 




281 








Totals 


14 


164 


14 


2,951 


2,557 


4,192 





122 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 

Election, 1912. 



Ward 21. 


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1 

1 
1 


2 

10 

9 

7 

13 

1 

11 

16 

1 

2 

8 

5 


1 
1 

1 
1 

4 


132 

86 

84 

124 

128 

150 

109 

151 

105 

110 

176 

70 


120 
73 
110 
127 
136 
155 
124 
217 
157 
118 
182 
60 


175 


2 

3 


197 
188 


" 4 . 


170 


5 


1 

3 
1 


152 


6 

7 


135 

184 


8 


137 


9 ^. 

10 


1 


153 
129 


" 11 


3 

1 


158 


12 


159 


Totals 


13 


85 


8 


1,425 


1,579 


1,937 


Ward 22. 
Precinct 1 


4 
4 
1 
3 


21 
20 
9 
29 
38 
13 
11 
31 


3 

2 

6 
4 

4 
3 


204 
110 

35 
200 
120 
172 
119 

99 


168 
89 
30 
183 
101 
174 
141 
101 


326 


2 


324 


" 3 

4 


255 
244 


5: 


277 


6 


4 

8 


155 


7 


169 


8 


303 








Totals 


24 


172 


22 


1,059 


987 


2,053 







Election Department. 



123 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 
Election, 1912. 











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1 


1 


3 


88 


149 


135 


2 


1 


8 




69 


83 


383 


3 


1 


22 


3 


81 


65 


290 


4 


5 


13 




121 


101 


296 


" 5 




11 

1 




82 
89 


70 
66 


226 


6 


3 


74 


7 


2 


18 


1 


159 


105 


148 


8 








113 
106 


129 
97 


97 


9 


1 


7 




162 


" 10 


2 


7 




122 


141 


98 


" 11 


2 
2 


6 

8 


1 


141 
143 


119 
97 


105 


" 12 


119 


" 13 




13 

IS 


1 


149 
176 


100 
93 


135 


"14.. .... 




114 








Totals 


20 


133 


9 


1,639 


1,415 


2,382 


Ward 24. 


















6 

10 

5 

7 


1 
4 
2 

1 


81 

94 

173 

169 


60 

87 

144 

165 


225 


" 2 




207 


" 3 




271 


4 


1 


175 


" S 




1 
3 


1 


157 
160 


167 
74 


194 


6 


4 


170 


7 


4 


6 




195 


144 


173 


8 




19 
31 
10 


5 
1 
1 


252 
270 
223 


267 
140 
171 


323 


" 9 


4 
3 


237 


" 10 


219 


" 11 




5 
16 


2 


176 
183 


146 
142 


247 


" 12 


1 


247 






Totals 


17 


119 


18 


2,133 


1,707 


2,688 







124 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Electors of President and Vice=President, State 
Election, 1912. 

























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9 
2 
5 
6 
2 
3 


1 
1 


117 
159 
109 
79 
179 
113 


113 
171 
107 
56 
206 
127 


139 


« 2 


110 


« 3 


1 


192 


« 4 . 


233 


S 


2 
1 


145 


6 


243 


« 7 


2 

1 
2 
3 


4 
2 
5 
4 


1 


128 

77 

131 

139 


202 
110 
117 
112 


192 


8 


244 


9 


235 


« 10 


171 






Totals . 


14 


42 


3 


1,231 


1,321 


1,904 


Ward 26. 














Precinct 1 




15 
12 
12 

6 
10 
16 

9 


1 

1 
1 


145 
153 
149 
152 

31 
118 

75 


71 

103 

129 

151 

52 

87 

83 


90 


« 2 


2 
5 
2 

1 


78 


3 


141 


« 4 


103 


5 ■ 


166 


« 6 


122 


7 


2 


153 






Totals 


12 


80 


3 


823 


676 


853 






Grand totals 


257 


1,818 


166 


21.533 


21,427 


43,063 







Election Depaetment. 



125 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 





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m 


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Precinct 1 


69 


115 




2 


5 


67 


13 


' 258 


2 


89 


104 




1 


7 


99 


10 


300 


3 


146 


174 


1 


2 


8 


133 


18 


464 


4 


100 


214 


1 


3 


6 


121 


34 


445 


5 


62 


275 


1 




6 


79 


33 


423 


6 


65 
112 


295 
366 






17 
6 


23 
68 


33 
41 


400 


7 


2 


3 


557 


" 8 


117 
93 


443 
272 


24 
2 


2 


9 

2 


67 
83 


41 
36 


660 


9 


454 


Totals 


853 


2,258 


31 


13 


66 


740 


259 


3,961 


Ward 2. 


















Precinct 1 


39 


193 






6 


16 


25 


254 


2 


29 


123 


1 




2 


20 


16 


175 


3 


29 


205 


2 




6 


28 


19 


270 


4 


26 


176 


2 




11 


15 


28 


230 


5 


37 


160 






5 


26 


23 


228 


6 


63 


225 




2 


3 


33 


34 


326 


7 


60 


298 


4 




2 


31 


51 


395 


8 


52 


210 


2 


1 


16 


28 


33 


309 






Totals 


335 


1,590 


11 


3 


51 


197 


229 


2,187 


Ward 3. 


















Precinct 1 


59 


206 


3 




1 


64 


21 


333 


2 


59 


258 


1 


1 


3 


27 


16 


349 


3 


58 
45 


281 
295 


1 


2 


2 
1 


28 
11 


24 
29 


371 


4 


353 


5 


46 

28 


317 

228 


1 




6 
1 


12 
4 


24 
17 


382 


6 


261 










Totals 


295 


1,585 


6 


3 


14 


146 


131 


2,049 







126 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Ward 4. 


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1 

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38 
46 
48 
37 
16 
28 


235 
158 
215 
206 
177 
126 






2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
1 


16 
39 
38 
26 
10 
30 


18 
16 
28 
11 
22 
12 


291 


2 

'• 3 


2 

1 


2 

1 


249 
307 


« 4 


272 


« 5 






204 


" 6. 






185 










Totals 


213 


1,117 


3 


3 


13 


159 


107 


1,508 






Ward 5. 


56 
53 
22 
42 
23 
35 


203 
307 
187 
119 
232 
189 






4 
6 
2 

3 

1 


43 
33 

8 
27 
21 
19 


25 
19 

18 

7 

24 

13 


30& 


2 


1 




400 


" 3 


219 


« 4 


1 


1 

1 


189 


" 5 


281 


6 


244 










Totals 


231 


1,237 


2 


2 


16 


151 


106 


1,639 






Ward 6. 


7 
33 
36 
16 
46 
52 
35 
16 


95 
123 
169 
133 
167 
111 
169 
110 








12 
40 
19 
27 
35 
75 
28 
17 


17 
44 
29 
47 
36 
11 
42 
43 


114 


2 


2 
4 
1 
2 
2 
2 
5 


1 

1 
1 


1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
11 
1 


199 


« 3 


234 


4 


178 


« S 


252 


« 6 


242 


7 


246 


8 


149 






Totals 


241 


1,077 


18 


3 


22 


253 


269 


1,614 







Election Department. 



127 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 





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48 
128 








21 
29 


6 

8 


84 


2 


1 


4 


6 


191 


3 


52 
41 


207 
127 


2 

1 




4 
5 


36 
40 


21 
19 


301 


4 


214 


5 


28 
21 


179 
104 


1 




2 


5 
4 


19 
15 


215 


6 


129 












Totals 


180 


793 


5 


4 


17 


135 


88 


1,134 


Ward 8. 




















35 
19 


277 
406 


3 

2 


1 

1 


11 

7 


8 
13 


32 
20 


335 


2 


448 


3 


97 
86 


277 
423 






9 
32 


112 
44 


20 

38 


495 


4 


6 


2 


593 


« 5 


45 
71 


238 
333 


1 
3 


1 
1 


29 
34 


26 
31 


35 
26 


340 


6 


473 






Totals 


353 


1,954 


15 


6 


122 


234 


171 


2,684 






Ward 9. 




















90 
53 

40 
56 
79 
79 
29 


201 
280 
134 
274 
208 
191 
200 


6 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 
3 


1 

4 
1 
3 
1 
1 


21 
11 
16 
11 

14 
11 

4 


44 
39 
15 
25 
55 
82 
13 


27 
37 
40 
41 
14 
20 
22 


363 


2 


384 


'' 3 


212 


4.. 


369 


5 


361 


« 6 


367 


7 


250 






Totals 


426 


1,488 


20 


11 


88 


273 


201 


2,306 



128 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Ward 10. 


02 QJ 

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go 


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go 




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la 


1 

03 


1 1^ 




18 
51 
61 
74 
62 
87 
168 
149 
177 


132 

109 

87 

72 

69 

83 

146 

208 

157 






2 
8 
5 

10 
2 
3 
6 

10 
8 


19 

64 

64 

51 

52 

79 

312 

187 

247 


14 
8 
14 
13 
11 
18 
16 
19 
14 


171 


« 2 


1 


2 


233 


'< 3 


219 


"4 


207 


« S 


2 

1 


1 


177 


« 6 


253 


« 7 


633 


" 8 


654 


« 9 


5 


1 


695 






Totals 


847 


1,053 


9 


4 


54 


1,075 


127 


3,042 






Ward 11. 


118 
63 
93 
99 
39 
44 
54 
48 

136 


176 

120 

177 

91 

32 

37 

44 

31 

146 


2 
5 
3 


4 
3 


14 

29 

16 

5 


121 
41 
100 
219 
207 
142 
192 
237 
391 


18 

38 

16 

20 

5 

5 

6 

2 

17 


435 


« 2 


258 


« 3 


389 


" 4 


417 


" S 


278 


" 6 




1 


1 


225 


" 7 


290 


" 8 






1 
2 


317 


« 9 




1 


676 






Totals 


694 


854 


10 


9 


68 


1,650 


127 


3,285 






Ward 12. 


152 
120 
75 
130 
82 
91 
56 


189 
120 
150 
247 
142 
286 
335 


3 

1 
4 
2 


1 
1 
3 

2 
1 


16 
6 

4 
5 
2 
8 
8 


141 
131 
54 
97 
104 
62 
25 


21 
23 
19 
15 
41 
9 
46 


501 


" 2 


378 


« 3 


284 


" 4 


482 


" 5 


331 


6 

« 7 


463 

427 






Totals 


706 


1,469 


10 


. 8 


49 


614 


174 


2,856 







Election Department. 



129 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1913. 



Ward 13. 


4 

MA, 

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3 


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20 
15 
21 
31 
37 
27 
21 
27 


184 
177 
132 
228 
233 
176 
243 
228 


1 
1 

1 


1 

1 

2 


1 
2 
3 
1 
4 
6 
4 
9 


5 

6 

9 

13 

11 

10 

16 

9 


26 
16 
11 
13 
16 
13 
22 
16 


212 
201 
166 
276 
285 
222 
285 
274 


" 2 


3 


4 


« 5 


6 


3 
1 
1 




7 


8 




Totals 


199 


1,601 


8 


4 


30 


79 


133 


1,921 




Ward 14. 


48 
30 
38 
65 
79 
86 
77 
91 


277 
310 
231 
239 
285 
196 
308 
321 


1 
4 
1 
1 
7 
1 
3 
1 


1 
2 


7 

1 

6 

12 

19 

14 

6 

8 


20 
18 
26 
58 
81 
69 
53 
87 


29 
28 
17 
18 
24 
19 
14 
16 


354 
363 
302 
375 

473 
366 
447 
508 


" 2 


« 3 


4 


« 5 


« 6 


7 

« 8 




Totals 


514 


2,167 


19 


3 


73 


412 


165 


3,188 


Ward 15. 


36 
35 
41 
45 
48 
73 
66 
73 


142 
271 
258 
222 
293 
236 
288 
236 






3 

14 
8 
1 
5 
9 

20 
5 


15 
10 
23 
18 
37 
57 
73 
36 


13 
23 
21 
16 
21 
15 
18 
13 


196 
330 
332 
286 
383 
376 
449 
355 


2 






3 

« 4 


2 




« 5 






" 6 


1 

2 
5 




" 7 


" 8 




Totals 


417 


1,946 


10 




65 


269 


140 


2,707 



130 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Ward 16. 


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49 
86 
93 
141 
126 
137 
106 


192 
365 
513 
263 
296 
200 
324 


2 
3 
2 
1 

1 


3 
3 

2 


4 

11 

12 

2 

3 

3 

20 


21 
43 
72 

126 
95 

187 
64 


20 
24 
29 
15 
14 
13 
33 


268 


« 2 


508 


" 3 


692 


'< 4 


536 


« 5 


523 


« 6 


528 


7 


516 


Totals 


738 


2,153 


9 


8 


55 


608 


148 


3,571 






Waed 17. 


30 
20 
70 
118 
36 
26 
38 
63 
59 


151 
232 
186 
314 
207 
172 
338 
418 
302 


1 

2 


1 


1 
3 

7 
6 
5 
4 
6 
3 
7 


15 
12 
72 
117 
22 
8 
20 
36 
55 


26 
17 
16 
33 
19 
19 
28 
31 
16 


199 


« 2 


269 


« 3 


335 


4 


1 
1 
3 
1 


1 
1 


557 


« 5 


271 


« 6 


214 


« 7 


402 


« 8 


520 


9 


1 


1 


425 






Totals 


460 


2,320 


10 


4 


41 


357 


205 


3,192 






Ward 18. 


77 
56 
87 
82 
39 
95 


221 
154 
114 
184 
339 
366 


2 


1 
1 
1 


3 

2 
7 
4 
10 
8 


49 
67 
107 
74 
22 
32 


36 
48 
42 
60 
23 
76 


351 


« 2 


280 


« 3 


318 


" 4 


344 


" 5 


3 
2 


1 

1 


414 


« 6 


504 






Totals 


436 


1,378 


7 


5 


34 


351 


275 


2,211 







Election Depaetment. 



131 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Wakd 19. 


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92 
38 
30 
36 
62 
89 
60 
73 
81 


365 
200 
376 
331 
199 
243 
467 
409 
278 


1 

3 




4 

4 

1 

9 

4 

14 

2 

14 

16 


74 
16 
22 
16 
42 
57 
29 
42 
49 


23 
22 
16 
29 
12 
17 
19 
21 
27 


536 


2 


261 


3 


429 


4 


1 

1 
5 

6 


2 

1 
2 


393 


« S 


308 


6 


410 


7 


559 


« 8 


540 


9 


430 






Totals 


561 


2,868 


17 


5 


68 


347 


186 


3,866 




Waed 20. 

Precinct 1 

" 2 


162 
154 
182 
150 
84 
150 
211 
225 
200 
215 
186 
181 
127 
134 
187 
171 


288 
347 
393 
291 
442 
312 
274 
179 
217 
258 
216 
222 
229 
398 
235 
304 


4 
2 
2 
2 

2 


1 

1 


3 
5 

7 
7 
6 
8 
3 
2 
4 
7 

22 
9 
7 
4 

29 
5 


105 

115 

124 

132 

74 

95 

205 

280 

170 

217 

129 

164 

130 

84 

94 

145 


29 
16 
16 
23 
34 
18 
23 
4 
15 
27 
17 
25 
24 
19 
31 
14 


563 
623 


3 

« 4 


708 
583 


5 

6 


608 
565 


7 

" 8 


1 


2 
2 


694 

688 


" 9 


593 


" 10 


697 


" 11 

" 12 

" 13 

« 14 

" 15 

" 16 


3 

1 

4 
2 


1 
1 

1 


557 
577 
495 
624 
547 
625 










Totals 


2,719 4,605 


23 


9 


128 


2,263 


335 


9,747 



132 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Ward 21. 




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113 

81 

57 
105 

98 
117 

99 


190 

207 
234 
164 
174 
158 
208 


3 

2 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 


3 

1 

1 

1 
3 


3 
9 
6 
5 

11 
1 

14 


113 

71 

92 

137 

137 

156 

95 


23 
17 
14 
22 
21 
21 
24 


425 


2 


371 


3 


391 


" 4 


412 


S 


424 


6 


436 


7 


417 


8 


110 
68 
90 


182 
171 

157 






13 

8 

7 


217 
170 
102 


2 
15 
10 


522 


9 


3 


1 


418 


" 10 


359 


" 11 


137 
65 


212 
160 


2 
3 


1 


2 
5 


159 

58 


24 
9 


513 


" 12: 


291 


Totals 


1,140 


2,217 


20 


11 


84 


1,507 


202 


4,979 


Ward 22. 




















173 
84 


368 
375 


1 

2 


2 
3 


17 

17 


157 
66 


30 
23 


718 


2 


547 


3 


32 


270 


1 


1 


6 


24 


16 


334 


4. 


179 


301 


8 


3 


18 


145 


28 


654 


5 


108 


315 


6 


1 


30 


72 


28 


532 


6 


156 


180 


1 


3 


13 


155 


25 


508 


•' 7 . 


96 
90 


184 
335 


6 


5 
2 


12 
25 


138 
80 


17 

27 


435 


8 


538 


Totals '... . 


918 


2,328 


25 


20 


138 


837 


194 


4,266 





Election Department. 



133 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Wakd 23. 




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65 


157 

426 


1 

1 


1 
1 


3 

4 


150 
61 


12 

28 


377 


2 


558 


3 


89 
117 

83 

74 
148 


313 
352 
252 
92 
171 


3 
2 
2 

3 


1 

3 
1 


17 
9 

10 
1 

13 


44 
58 
36 
64 
104 


28 
14 
23 
10 
10 


466 


" 4 


539 


5 


383 


6 


234 


7 


440 


8 


110 
105 
97 
130 
137 


75 
186 

99 
117 
121 






2 
5 
6 
2 
6 


153 
68 
163 
122 
101 


6 
19 
10 

9 
11 


340 


9 




2 


366 


10 


365 


" 11 






371 


" 12 


1 


3 


369 


13 


144 
168 


145 
120 


2 




10 
15 


98 
91 


9 
18 


399 


" 14 


394 










Totals 


1,532 


2,626 


15 


12 


103 


1,313 


207 


5,601 


Ward 24. 




















84 
95 


230 
238 


3 

4 


2 


3 

7 


38 
62 


28 
20 


358 


2 


408 


3 


176 


266 


3 




5 


137 


20 


587 


4 


162 


202 


2 


1 


6 


145 


17 


518 


5 


157 


185 


1 


2 


2 


170 


12 


517 


6 


172 


173 


1 


2 


4 


65 


14 


417 


7 


184 


189 


1 


4 


6 


133 


12 


517 


" 8 


251 
233 


353 
293 


3 
2 


1 

4 


21 
24 


235 
108 


18 

24 


864 


9 


664 


" 10 


218 


231 


1 


3 


7 


160 


14 


620 


11 


167 
164 


236 

287 


3 


1 
1 


4 
2 


153 
118 


20 

37 


561 


12 


575 






Totals 


2,063 


2,883 


24 


21 


91 


1,524 


236 


6,606 



134 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Governor, State Election, 1912. 













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1 

03 


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fil 


FM 


fi< 


rt 


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97 

142 

84 


165 
124 
217 


1 


1 


9 

1 
4 


107 

166 

96 


15 
17 

24 


380 


" 2 


433 


3 


3 


1 


405 


" 4 .... 


64 
142 
103 


274 
169 
237 






6 
2 
3 


45 
216 
133 


30 

9 

32 


379 


" 5 


1 
2 


4 


534 


6 -. 


478 


" 7 . 


112 
64 
99 


201 
276 
253 






4 
1 
3 


200 

83 

123 


19 
19 
21 


517 


" 8 


1 


2 

1 


427 


9 


479 


« 10 


106 


202 




2 


1 


124 


13 


435 


Totals 


1,003 


2,118 


8 


11 


34 


1,293 


199 


4,467 


Ward 26. 


















Precinct 1 


149 


106 


1 




15 


66 


6 


327 


« 2 


154 
144 
156 

31 
115 

97 


89 
157 
108 
206 
164 
179 


1 

1 
1 
1 


1 
3 
6 


9 
9 

4 

8 

14 

8 


93 
112 
141 

15 

72 
42 


4 
22 
10 
16 

4 
17 


347 


" 3 


426 


" 4 


415 


« 5 •. 


261 


6 


355 


" 7 


1 




327 






Totals 


846 


999 


6 


9 


67 


531 


79 


2,458 






Grand totals 


18,920 


48,684 


341 


191 


1,591 


17,318 


4,693 


87,045 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Governor, 78 per cent. 



Election Department. 



135 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 



















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1 

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46 


3 


82 


7 




118 


15 


256 


2 


64 


1 


107 


7 




96 


35 


275 


3 


103 
71 
46 

49 


2 
9 
2 
2 


165 
133 

73 
22 


7 

6 

8 

18 


3 
1 


170 
220 

287 
292 


32 
40 
39 
50 


450 


« 4 


439 


5 


417 


6 


383 


« 7 


75 
77 
58 


3 
1 


69 
85 
93 


7 

12 

3 


1 
3 

2 


387 
465 
290 


56 

58 
44 


542 


« 8 


643 


9 


446 


Totals 


589 


23 


829 


75 


10 


2,325 


369 


3,851 


Wakd 2. 


















Precinct ! 


25 


1 


20 


5 




196 


32 


247 


2 


18 




19 


1 


2 


130 


21 


170 


3 


21 




32 


7 


2 


201 


26 


263 


4 


16 


2 


26 


5 




174 


35 


223 


5 


27 




23 


6 


2 


160 


33 


218 


6 


45 


2 


41 


2 


1 


225 


44 


316 


7 


47 


2 


24 


4 


2 


299 


68 


378 


8 


27 




33 


17 


1 


214 


50 


292 






Totals 


226 


7 


218 


47 


10 


1,599 


309 


2,107 


Ward 3. 




















38 
28 
36 


2 
3 
1 


73 
22 
34 


2 
4 
2 


2 
1 


215 
284 
295 


22 
23 

27 


332 


2 


342 


3 


368 


" 4 


25 

• 25 

13 


1 


10 

13 

5 


1 
5 

1 


1 


311 
325 
235 


35 
36 
24 


347 


« 5 


370 


6 


254 


Totals 


165 


7 


157 


15 


4 


1,665 


167 


2,013 







136 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for 


Lieutenant 


Governor, 


State 


Election, 


912. 


Ward 4. 


si 

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it 


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1 

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16 
34 

,27 

18 

6 

18 


1 

6 
1 
2 
1 


14 
39 
47 
25 
5 
32 


2 

2 
6 
2 
2 

1 


2 
3 

1 


252 
161 
238 
217 
187 
132 


22 
23 
14 
19 
25 
13 


287 


2 


242 


" 3 


321 


" 4 . . . . 


264 


5 


201 


6 


184 






Totals .... 


119 


11 


162 


14 


6 


1,187 


116 


1,499 




Ward 5. 
Precinct 1 


40 
37 
12 
20 
15 
24 


1 
2 

19 


55 
30 

7 

28 

3 

18 


3 

4 
2 

1 


1 


210 
326 
194 
131 
245 
186 


22 
21 
20 
16 
23 
27 


309 


" 2 


398 


3 


217 


" 4 


180 


5 


282 


6 


1 


1 


230 






Totals 


148 


22 


141 


11 


2 


1,292 


129 


1 616 






Ward 6. 
Precinct 1 


7 
32 
28 

9 
34 
45 
28 
22 


1 
1 
2 

2 

2 


8 
31 
20 
32 
32 
75 
36 
13 






94 
108 
145 
117 
154 
111 
165 
105 


22 
67 
59 
64 
58 
15 
53 
50 


109 


2 


3 

8 
1 
9 
3 

4 
1 


1 
2 

1 

2 

1 


176 


3 


204 


« 4 ■. 


161 


" 5 


230 


6 


238 
235 
142 


7 

8 






Totals 


205 


8 


247 


29 


7 


999 


388 


1,495 



Election Department. 



137 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 







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Precinct 1 


8 




19 






57 


6 


84 


2 


14 


2 


31 


4 


1 


125 


22 


177 


3 


37 




39 


3 


2 


216 


25 


297 


4 


35 


1 


35 


6 




126 


30 


203 


5 


13 




5 


6 




188 


22 


212 


6 


11 




5 


1 


1 


114 


12 


132 


Totals 


118 


3 


134 


20 


4 


826 


117 


1,105 


Ward 8. 


















Precinct I 


17 


1 


9 


13 


1 


281 


45 


322 


2 


22 




16 




8 


406 


16 


452 


3 


77 




118 


12 




286 


22 


493 


4 


63 


7 


46 


33 


6 


400 


76 


555 


5 


30 


2 


29 


33 


2 


238 


41 


334 


6 


46 


3 


30 


32 


1 


331 


56 


443 


Totals 


255 


13 


248 


123 


18 


1,942 


256 


2,599 


Ward 9. 


















Precinct 1 


51 


3 


45 


20 


6 


213 


52 


338 


2 


43 


1 


40 


13 




285 


39 


382 


3 


29 


5 


13 


21 


2 


127 


55 


197 


4 


32 


2 


25 


12 


1 


301 


37 


373 


S 


57 


2 


61 


13 


2 


213 


27 


348 


6 


56 


17 


79 


10 


1 


192 


32 


355 


7 


16 


1 


19 


6 


1 


202 


27 


245 


Totals 


284 


31 


282 


95 


13 


1,533 


269 


2,238 



138 City Document No. 13. 

Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 





































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15 
41 
49 


1 
1 

1 


20 
67 
83 


3 
6 

8 


1 


125 
111 

82 


21 
14 
10 


164 


« 2 


227 


3 


223 


4 


51 


1 


66 


11 




69 


22 


198 


5 


44 

64 

126 

120 

142 


2 
3 
2 
1 


59 

87 
315 
207 
280 


7 
9 
7 
7 
10 


2 

1 
1 


56 

86 

168 

206 

148 


20 
23 
29 
31 

27 


168 


" 6 


248 


7 


620 


8 


642 


9 


582 






Totals 


652 


12 


1,184 


68 


5 


1,051 


197 


2,972 


Ward H. 


















Precinct 1 


88 
44 
59 


4 
3 
3 


143 

49 

120 


19 
33 
16 


1 
5 


162 
111 
177 


36 
56 
25 


417 


2 


240 


3 


380 


« 4 


64 
22 
36 
35 
26 
88 


2 
2 
2 

1 
2 


263 
216 
144 
206 
258 
421 


4 


2 


91 
37 
39 
49 
26 
152 


21 
6 

8 
6 

8 
27 


416 


" 5 


277 


6 


1 




222 


7 


290 


8 .. 


1 
3 




,311 


9 


666 






Totals 


462 


19 


1,810 


77 


8 


843 


193 


3,219 


Ward 12. 


















Precinct 1 


120 


2 


152 


14 


2 


199 


33 


489 


" 2 


104 
62 
92 
64 
61 


2 
2 
4 
2 
2 


140 

61 

122 

132 

70 


8 
4 
7 
4 
10 


1 

1 
1 


108 
144 
249 
134 
303 


39 
29 
23 
35 
25 


362 


3 


274 


" 4 


474 


5 


337 


6 


437 


" 7 


39 


2 


30 


7 


3 


369 


33 


440 






Totals 


632 


16 


707 


54 


8 


1,496 


217 


2,813 







Election Department. 



139 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 



















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11 
5 
6 


2 


7 

9 

12 


3 
3 

4 


1 


188 
182 
136 


26 
18 
19 


212 


2 


199 


3 


158 


4 


15 


1 


10 




1 


237 


25 


264 


5 


19 

7 

11 

13 


1 
1 

3 


14 
10 
12 
10 


2 
4 
3 
9 


2 
1 
2 


238 
190 
255 
233 


25 
22 
24 
22 


276 


« 6 


213 


« 7 


283 


8 


268 






Totals 


87 


8 


84 


28 


7 


1,659 


181 


1,873 


Ward 14. 




















29 
18 
26 
50 
43 
53 
52 
50 


1 
2 

1 

1 
1 


22 
13 
22 
57 
83 
76 
56 
97 


6 

7 

7 

15 

18 

14 

8 

13 


1 

6 

1 
3 
1 


288 
314 
246 
241 
310 
224 
304 
332 


38 
38 
17 
28 
37 
16 
37 
30 


345 


2 


353 


3 


302 


4 


365 


5 


460 


6 


369 


" 7 


424 


8 


494 






Totals 


321 


6 


426 


88 


12 


2,259 


241 


3,112 






Ward IS. 




















26 
19 
18 
33 
25 
42 
45 
49 


1 
2 
5 

2 

1 


17 
6 
22 
19 
31 
66 
67 
40 


2 

14 

8 

1 

6 

10 

20 

6 


2 

1 
1 
2 
4 


147 
275 
275 
225 
311 
245 
306 
254 


17 
39 
27 
22 
25 
25 
26 
15 


192 


2 


314 


3 


326 


4 


280 


5 


379 


" 6 


366 


7 


441 


« 8 


353 






Totals 


257 


11 


268 


67 


10 


2,038 


196 


2,651 







140 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 



Ward 16. 






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28 

43 

77 

123 

112 

206 

63 



192 
387 
547 
277 
309 
212 
339 



Totals . 



487 



20 



652 



62 



2,263 



226 



Ward 17. 

Precinct 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



15 
16 
80 
117 
17 
8 
22 
38 
66 



156 


33 


235 


18 


194 


19 


350 


33 


217 


30 


180 


26 


353 


34 


428 


38 


309 


22 


2,422 


253 



Totals . 



Ward 18. 



Precinct 



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

Totals. 



2 


63 


5 


26 


56 


3 


3 


125 


5 


1 


81 


2 


3 


20 


9 


4 


86 


7 


39 


431 


31 



224 


39 


148 


60 


93 


68 


209 


32 


346 


34 


384 


38 


1,404 


271 



Election Department. 



141 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 























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57 
28 
21 
19 
42 
59 
24 
37 
52 


1 

1 
2 
3 
1 

1 


74 
23 
17 
13 
48 
60 
13 
48 
42 


8 
5 
2 

13 
6 

16 
3 

14 

20 


1 

4 
2 
4 
1 

3 


398 
201 
374 
337 
198 
260 
503 
439 
305 


20 
26 
30 
34 
21 
27 
34 
22 
35 


539 


2 


257 


3 


415 


« 4 


388 


5 


299 


6 


400 


" 7 


544 


« 8 


539 


9 


422 


Totals 


339 


9 


338 


87 


15 


3,015 


249 


3,803 


Wabd 20. 


















Precinct I 


120 


2 


117 


9 


4 


303 


37 


555 


2 


106 


1 


127 


5 


2 


373 


25 


614 


3 


119 


3 


139 


9 


1 


435 


18 


706 


4 


95 


3 


154 


9 


2 


312 


31 


575 


5 


46 
100 


2 


69 
98 


10 
9 


3 


471 
354 


41 
22 


601 


6 


561 


7 


164 


4 


237 


4 




290 


18 


699 


8 


164 
13S 
160 
154 
130 
85 
88 
126 

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5 
5 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 


300 

205 
245 
154 
203 
140 
81 
114 
164 


4 
5 
8 

21 
9 
9 
7 

28 
4 


2 

1 

1 
3 


204 
235 
268 
200 
225 
249 
441 
235 
326 


15 
20 
38 
41 
33 
34 
24 
68 
26 


677 


9 


588 


10 


686 


11 


533 


" 12 


569 


" 13 


485 


14 


619 


15 


510 


16 


613 






Totals 


1,913 


41 


2,547 


150 


19 


4,921 


491 


9,591 







142 



City Document No. 13. 



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56 
40 
80 
73 
80 
63 
79 
53 
67 
101 
49 


5 
3 
1 
1 
4 
3 
4 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 


126 

68 

99 

145 

139 

193 

154 

216 

175 

114 

188 

64 


6 

9 

7 

5 

10 

2 

17 

12 

9 

8 

4 

6 


3 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 
3 
3 


200 
227 
235 
177 
190 
165 
166 
189 
175 
157 
200 
161 


32 
22 
21 
25 
27 
13 
36 
27 
19 
16 
40 
15 


416 


« 2 


366 


" 3 


384 


" 4 


409 


5 ; 


418 


« 6 


444 


7 


405 


« 8 


497 


" 9 


414 


« 10 


353 


" 11 


497 


« 12 


285 






Totals. 


817 


32 


1,681 


95 


21 


2,242 


293 


4,888 






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129 
50 


3 
3 


186 
63 


20 
21 


3 
3 


364 
385 


43 

45 


705 


2 


525 


3 


25 




22 


9 




272 


22 


328 


« 4 


128 
76 


4 
5 


167 

85 


27 
35 


41 
4 


267 
320 


48 
35 


634 


5 


525 


6 


110 


6 


196 


11 


1 


170 


39 


494 


7 


61 


9 


172 


13 




173 


24 


428 


« 8 


59 


3 


86 


27 


4 


346 


40 


525 






Totals 


638 


33 


977 


163 


56 


2,297 


296 


4,164 



Election Department. 



143 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 



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47 

55 

69 

59 

54 

100 

85 

75 

61 

91 

96 

100 

116 


3 

2 

1 
2 

2 

2 

4 

1 
5 
1 
5 


165 

63 

48 

77 

44 

83 

129 

170 

79 

189 

140 

130 

122 

118 


5 

7 

20 

10 

9 

2 

15 

2 

4 

7 

2 

11 

14 

21 


1 
1 
3 

2 

1 
6 
1 
1 

1 
2 
1 


146 
433 
329 
369 
255'- 

91 
178 

77 
186 
102 
130 
121 
156 
130 


18 
33 
38 
26 
37 
11 
22 
9 
36 
16 
16 
16 
13 
21 


371 


" 2 


553 


" 3 


456 


" 4 


527 


" 5 


369 


" 6 


233 


« 7 


428 


« 8 


337 


" 9 


349 


" 10 


359 


« 11 


364 


" 12 


364 


" 13 


395 


14 


391 






Totals 


1,059 


28 


1,557 


129 


20 


2,703 


312 


5,496 






Ward 24. 


56 
64 
122 
98 
108 
130 
142 
169 
182 
154 
103 
120 


1 

3 



3 

1 
3 
2 
2 
4 
4 
4 
2 


51 
74 
160 
175 
179 
85 
165 
271 
143 
190 
184 
136 


5 

10 

8 

9 

3 

3 

7 

12 

30 

13 

5 

10 


1 
5 

2 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
4 


225 
242 
290 
224 
219 
185 
194 
374 
294 
246 
255 
309 


47 
30 
25 
24 
18 
24 
17 
51 
34 
26 
29 
31 


339 


" 2 


398 


" 3 


582 


4 


511 


" 5 


511 


" 6 


407 


« 7 


512 


« 8 


831 


9 


654 


" 10 


608 


11 




12 


581 






Totals 


1,448 


29 


1,813 


115 


24 


3,057 


356 


6,486 







144 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Lieutenant Governor, State Election, 1912. 



















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75 
101 
59 
35 
100 
82 
87 


5 
1 
1 

1 
7 

3 


117 
185 
107 
44 
245 
139 
202 


9 

4 
48 
10 
1 
3 
5 


1 

1 
2 


171 
136 
183 
286 
169 
258 
216 


17 
23 
31 
33 
20 
26 
23 


378 


2 


427 


« 3 


398 


" 4 


376 


« 5 


523 


6 


484 


7 


513 


« 8 


34 

67 
71 


2 
2 


89 
132 
138 


3 

8 
5 


1 
1 


292 
271 
209 


27 
20 
22 


419 


« 9 


480 


" 10 


426 


Totals 


711 


22 


1,398 


96 


6 


2,191 


242 


4,424 


Ward 26. 




















111 
107 
105 
113 
25 


4 
3 

5 


69 
119 
127 
173 

18 


27 
21 
20 
12 

18 


2 


111 
83 

172 
96 

197 


15 
17 
19 
26 
19 


318 


« 2 


334 


3 


429 


'' 4 


399 


5 


258 


6 


90 




95 


26 




140 


8 


351 


' " 7... 


59 


2 


69 


16 




184 


24 


320 


Totals 


610 


14 


660 


140 


2 


983 


128 


2,409 


Grand totals 


13,028 


473 


19,330 


1,920 


313 


50,212 


6,462 


85,276 



Proportion, of men registered who voted for Lieutenant Governor, 76 per cent. 



Election Department. 



145 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor and Lieutenant 
Governor), State Election, 1912. 



Candidates for Secretary. 



Votes Cast. 



Frank J. Donahue, Democratic 

Ellen Hayes, Socialist 

Albert P. Langtry, Republican 

Karl Lindstrand, Socialist Labor. . . 

William W. Nash, Prohibition 

Russell A. Wood, Progressive Party 

Total 

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43,908 
2,096 

20,922 
475 
377 

12,761 



80,539 
11,199 



Proportion of men registered who voted for Secretary, 72 per cent. 



Candidates for Treasurer and Receiver General. 


Votes Cast. 


Charles A. Chace, Prohibition 

David Craig, Socialist Labor 


693 
601 


Eldon B. Keith, Progressive Party 

Joseph L. P. St. Coeur, Democratic 

Elmer A. Stevens, Repubhcan 

Louis F. Weiss, Socialist 


12,883 

41,172 

22,223 

2,045 






Total 


79,617 
12,121 


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Proportion of men registered who voted for Treasurer, 71 per cent. 



Candidates for Auditor. 


Votes Cast. 


James F. Carens, Democratic . . 


42,248 
815 


Herbert B. Griffin, Prohibition 


Octave A. La Riviere, Progressive Party 

Sylvester J. McBride, Socialist 


11,814 
2.025 


Jeremiah P. McNally, Socialist Labor 


575 


John E. White, Repubhcan 


21,908 


Total 


79,385 
12,353 


Blanks 





Proportion of men registered who voted for Auditor, 71 per cent. 



146 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for State Officers (except Governor and Lieutenant 
Governor), State Election, 1912. 



Candidates for Attorney General. 


Votes Cast. 


George W. Anderson, Democratic 

Frank Bohmbach, Socialist Labor 


43,983 
501 


Freeman T. Crommett, Prohibition 

H. Heustis Newton, Progressive Party 

George E. Roewer, Jr., Socialist 

James M. Swift, Republican 


436 

11,836 

1,925 

21,617 


Total 


80,298 
11,440 


Blanks 







Proportion of men registered who voted for Attorney General, 72 per cent. 



Election Department. 



147 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 



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Precinct 1 


59 

73 

116 

89 
55 
62 
80 
94 
83 


7 

5 
12 

7 

15 
20 
12 
15 

5 


77 

108 

146 

127 

74 

28 

75 

92 

93 


91 
101 
160 
209 
262 
265 
357 
416 
253 


37 


« 2 


23 


" 3 


48 


« 4 


47 


« 5 


50 


« 6 


58 


" 7 


74 


« 8 


84 


« 9 


56 






Totals 


711 


98 


820 


2,114 


477 






Ward 2. 
Precinct 1 


46 
31 
28 
30 
41 
71 
79 
52 


9 
3 

7 
3 
9 
5 
4 
21 


14 
14 
33 
20 
16 
43 
21 
23 


170 
111 
181 
160 
153 
198 
256 
195 


40 


« 2 


32 


« 3 


40 


" 4 


45 


" 5 


32 


« 6 


43 


« 7 


86 


« 8 


51 






Totals 


378 


61 


184 


1,424 


369 






Ward 3. 
Precinct 1 


64 

86 
108 
94 
81 
59 


2 
5 
3 
2 
15 
1 


64 
17 

24 
5 
8 
4 


195 
237 
233 
250 
260 
199 


29 


« 2 


20 


« 3 


27 


" 4 


31 


« 5 


42 


« 6 


15 






Totals 


492 


28 


122 


1,374 


164 



148 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TENTH DISTRICT.— Continued. 



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2 

3 

4 

" 5 ■. . . 


61 
45 
63 
60 
17 
21 


4 
3 
6 
6 
3 
2 


10 
36 
41 
18 
6 
30 


215 
159 
195 
177 
170 
125 


1 


18 
22 
30 
22 
30 


6 


19 


Totals .... 


267 


24 


141 


1,041 


1 


141 






Ward 5. 
Precinct 1 


57 
61 
25 
36 
35 
36 


5 
6 

1 
3 
4 

2 


43 
22 
9 
20 
22 
16 


202 
306 
185 
123 
211 
178 




24 


" 2 


24 


3 


17 


« 4 


14 


" 5 


33 


" 6 


25 






Totals 


250 


21 


132 


1,205 




137 






Ward 6. 
Precinct 1 


11 

46 
56 
31 

56 
45 
48 
26 


1 
3 
9 
1 
9 
7 

10 
2 


5 
29 
13 
19 
24 
73 
30 
10 


88 
89 
126 
101 
127 
112 
137 
85 




26 


« 2 


76 


« 3 


59 


" 4 


73 


" 5 


72' 


" 6 


16 


" 7 


63 


" 8 


69 






Totals 


319 


42 


203 


865 




454 






Ward 7. 
Precinct 1 


12 
21 
60 
46 
32 
18 


7 
7 
5 
3 


21 
36 

42 
34 

7" 


46 
106 
184 
112 
162 

96 




11 


2 

3 

" 4 


28 
29 
34 


" 5 . . 


35 


" 6 


20 






Totals 


189 


30 


140 


706 




157 







Election Department. 



149 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TENTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 























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Precinct 1 


41 


13 


6 


252 




55 


2 


38 

92 

131 


7 
14 

47 


19 

112 

36 


389 
269 
349 




15 


« 3 


28 


4 


68 


" 5 


53 
61 


31 

43 


22 
30 


204 
306 




65 


6 


59 


Totals 


416 


155 


225 


1,769 




290 






Ward 9. 














Precinct 1 


87 


32 


37 


180 




54 


2 


67 


17 


37 


235 




65 


3 


74 


21 


11 


9i 




52 


4 


92 
91 

80 

38 


13 

14 
14 

7 


20 
64 
92 
15 


238 
179 
165 
191 




47 


5 


27 


6 


36 


7 


21 


Totals 


529 


118 


276 


1,282 




302 


Ward 11. 














Precinct 1 


102 


21 


130 


152 




48 


2 


58 


36 


45 


99 




58 


Totals 


160 


57 


175 


251 




106 


Grand totals 


3,711 


634 


2,418 


12,031 


1 


2,597 



Registered voters, 26,683. Votes cast, 18,795. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Congressman, 70 per cent. 



150 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



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5 
12 
10 
18 
14 
10 
18 
18 
20 


27 

82 

82 

72 

79 

108 

366 

248 

310 


127 
124 
103 
94 
54 
111 
213 
247 
216 


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26 
23 


3 

4 

5 


38 
36 
41 


6 

7 

« 8 


42 
51 
60 


9 


63 


Totals 


125 


1,374 


1,289 


1 


380 


Ward 11. 

Precinct 3 

" 4 


34 

8 


105 
159 
114 
112 
151 
139 
350 


222 
232 
162 
103 
126 
165 
299 




44 
38 


« 5 


7 


" 6 


4 

1 
1 

7 


11 


« 7 


18 


" 8 


14 


" 9 


37 






Totals 


55 


1,130 


1,309 




169 






Ward 12. 
Precinct 1 


30 
13 
12 
16 
8 

18 
16 


196 

176 

93 

142 

128 
93 
44 


234 
155 
153 
267 
175 
312 
358 




62 


« 2 


57 


" 3 


45 


" 4 


72 


5 


61 


" 6 


39 


7 


55 






Totals 


113 


872 


1,654 




391 







Election Department. 



151 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT.— Continued. 



Ward 18. 


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17 
50 


91 
70 


229 
135 


50 


2 


73 


« 3 


16 
10 


148 
96 


110 
214 


86 


4 


74 


5 


17 


37 


352 


31 


6 


19 


121 


392 


48 


Totals 


129 


563 


1,432 


362 


Ward 19. 










Precinct 1 


11 


93 


409 


46 


2 


14 


29 


210 


30 


3 


8 


29 


372 


36 


4.... 


21 


19 


347 


35 


5 


17 


55 


228 


20 


6 


31 


72 


289 


35 


7 


11 


40 


496 


31 


" 8 


22 
29 


76 

72 


419 
312 


44 


9 


44 


Totals 


164 


485 


3,082 


321 


Ward 21. 










Precinct 1 


10 
16 
11 


151 

94 

103 


224 
243 

254 


63 


" 2 


35 


3 


37 


« 4 


11 

18 

6 

18 


162 
173 
204 

128 


224 
212 
189 
245 


37 


5 


42 


" 6 


58 


7 


50 


« 8 


24 
12 


230 

174 


225 
215 


45 


9 


32 


« 10 


13 
14 


138 
212 


150 

249 


68 


" 11 


62 


« 12 


8 


68 


201 


23 


Totals 


161 


1,837 


2,631 


552 







152 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 
ELEVENTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 

















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33 


209 


448 




58 


« 2 


33 
12 


85 
30 


392 
275 




60 


" 3 


33 


4 


48 


201 


375 




58 


5 


55 


119 


342 




44 


6 


25 


186 


261 




61 


7 


20 


146 


265 




21 


« 8 


41 


111 


360 




53 






Totals 


267 


1,087 


2,718 




388 


Ward 23. 












Precinct 1 


9 


118 


244 




18 


2 


11 


57 


473 




45 


3 


33 


54 


365 




42 


4 


20 


83 


414 




36 


5 


17 


48 


307 




34 


6 


7 


84 


135 




18 


7 .. 


26 
25 
12 


125 

117 

81 


272 
189 
261 




27 


8 


15 


9 


31 


" 10 


11 


154 


189 




21 


" 11 


12 


122 


232 




14 


" 12 


9 
17 


123 
130 


220 

242 


1 


27 


" 13 


19 


" 14 


30 


142 


217 




23 






Totals 


239 


1,438 


3,760 


1 


370 






Grand totals 


1,253 


8,786 


17,875 


2 


2,933 



Registered voters, 37,505. Votes cast, 27,916. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Congressman, 74 per cent. 



Election Department. 



153 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 























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54 


5 


150 


9 


20 


2 


58 


6 


131 


5 


17 


3 


43 


4 


107 


11 


12 


4 


79 


9 


181 


9 


11 


5 


80 


13 


182 


11 


15 


« 6 


61 

80 

77 


7 
9 
8 


147 
193 
180 


10 

7 
7 


10 


" 7 


18 


8 


18 






Totals 


532 


61 


1,271 


69 


121 


Ward 14. 












Precinct 1 


98 


5 


229 


22 


29 


2 


86 


8 


256 


16 


25 


3 


110 


10 


164 


26 


9 


4 


122 


23 


173 


56 


19 


5 


156 


31 


208 


67 


35 


6 


133 


17 


148 


68 


19 


7 


147 


9 


218 


44 


43 


8 


152 


14 


233 


82 


43 


Totals 


1,004 


117 


1,629 


381 


222 


Ward 15. 












Precinct 1 


53 


2 


124 


18 


12 


2 


94 


19 


212 


10 


18 


3 


101 


9 


203 


16 


24 


4 


123 


7 


139 


17 


16 


5 


149 


17 


191 


24 


23 


6 


153 


9 


161 


51 


17 


7 


160 


22 


204 


58 


23 


8 


142 


9 


168 


33 


16 






Totals 


975 


94 


1,402 


227 


149 



154 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT.— Cowiwi/ed. 



Ward 16. 




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Precinct 1 


73 


10 


163 


26 


16 


2 


130 


11 


323 


39 


29 


3 


176 


21 


432 


69 


23 


4 


158 


6 


235 


118 


34 


5 


127 


7 


270 


113 


20 


6 


147 


9 


170 


190 


25 


7 


115 


16 


293 


75 


50 


Totals 


926 


80 


1,886 


630 


197 


Ward 17. 












Precinct 1 


24 


1 


170 


14 


16 


« 2 


35 

72 


7 
6 


221 
175 


9 

81 


14 


3 


17 


4 


112 


9 


347 


91 


31 


5 


43 


4 


213 


15 


15 


6 


25 


7 


183 


3 


15 


" 7 ^ . . . 


39 


12 


349 


12 


18 


8 '.... 


63 
57 


3 
11 


423 
297 


34 
52 


28 


9 


24 






Totals....: 


470 


60 


2,378 


311 


178 


Ward 20. 












Precinct 1 


173 


9 


257 


118 


35 


2 


187 


9 


294 


125 


24 


3 


211 


25 


337 


122 


29 


4 


177 


9 


249 


139 


32 


5 


132 


16 


393 


62 


39 


6 


196 


14 


255 


87 


31 


7 


220 


5 


227 


237 


28 


8 


233 


7 


120 


313 


19 


9 


217 


6 


162 


203 


20 


" 10 


247 


8 


203 


238 


28 


" 11 


212 


26 


150 


143 


43 


« 12 


198 


11 


173 


186 


34 


« 13 


155 


13 


175 


142 


34 


« 14 


183 


13 


333 


86 


28 


" 15 


172 


38 


195 


101 


72 


" 16 


206 


6 


249 


145 


33 


Totals 


3,119 


215 


3,772 


2,447 


529 







Election Department. 



155 



Votes Cast for Representative in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT.— Concluded. 



Ward 24. 


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71 


11 


216 


47 


41 


2 


86 


16 


218 


66 


42 


3 


169 


12 


235 


158 


33 


« 4 


174 


4 


188 


142 


27 


5 


150 


7 


165 


175 


32 


6 


137 


7 


176 


83 


28 


7 


179 


11 


163 


164 


12 


8 


263 
235 


17 
37 


303 
218 


243 
148 


56 


9 


50 


" 10 


199 


12 


206 


196 


21 


" 11 


160 


10 


199 


176 


36 


« 12 ;... 


152 


18 


250 


149 


43 


Totals 


1,975 


162 


2,537 


1,747 


421 


Grand totals 


9,001 


789 


14,875 


5,812 


1,817 



Registered voters, 39,976. Votes cast, 30,477. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Congressman, 76 per cent. 



156 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives in Congress, State Election, 1912. 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Ward 25. 


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Precinct 1 


66 


162 


147 


20 


2 


88 


110 


221 


31 


3 


46 


230 


121 


32 


4 


29 


289 


67 


24 


5 


87 


122 


298 


36 


6 


64 


193 


216 


37 


7 


70 


183 


262 


21 


8 


26 
53 


252 
231 


145 

187 


23 


9 


29 


" 10 


63 


187 


173 


25 


Totals 


592 


1,959 


1,837 


278 



Registered voters, 5,394. Votes cast, 4,388. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Congressman, 81 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 





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Precinct 1 


92 


64 


137 


17 


23 


2 


76 


130 


113 


11 


21 


3 


140 


138 


120 


14 


36 


4 


77 


182 


126 


9 


31 


5 


191 


24 


24 


10 


28 


6 


124 


96 


101 


18 


20 


7 


163 


70 


65 


12 


34 


Totals 


863 


704 


686 


91 


193 



Registered voters, 2,695. Votes cast, 2,344. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Congressman, 87 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



157 



Votes Cast for Councilors, State Election, 1912. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 



Wards. 


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20 

21 


340 
159 

243 
272 
147 


3,969 
2,337 

2,462 
2,817 
1,052 


4,378 
2,027 
2,465 
2,662 
919 


117 
3 

2" 

53 


1,278 
655 


23 

24 

26 


638 

1,089 

366 


Totals 


1,161 


12,637 


12,451 


175 


4,026 



Registered voters, 35,951. Votes cast, 26,424. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 73 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



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1,566 
1,649 
1,090 
1,248 
914 
768 
1,881 
1,497 
1,439 
1,640 
2,192 
2,042 
2,247 
2,356 
1,321 
2,940 
2,213 


320 
231 
231 
233 
346 
229 
408 
442 

1,043 
153 
691 
492 

1,011 
571 
658 
608 

1,552 


1" 

1" 

1" 

3 

2 


530 
299 
294 


5 


264 


6 


623 


7 


225 


8 


566 


9 


567 


12 


548 


13 


261 


14 


470 


15 


312 


16 


458 


17 


468 


18 


507 


19 


504 


22 


695 






Totals 


29,003 


9,219 


8 


7,591 





Registered voters, 58,035. Votes cast, 38,230. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 66 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



158 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Councilor, State Election, 1912. 

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2,071 


1,347 


104 




698 


10 


944 


1,658 


124 




443 


11 


773 


2,119 


117 


2 


401 


25 


2,017 


1,998 


92 




559 






Totals 


5,805 


7,122 


437 


2 


2,101 



Registered voters, 18,267. Votes cast, 13,366. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Councilor, 73 per cent. 
• The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



159 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912, 

FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 


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Precinct 1 


166 
183 
312 
244 
222 
155 
337 
415 
260 


5 

4 

10 

4 

6 

15 

10 

12 

6 


57 
65 
91 
150 
171 
180 
187 
189 
154 


24 
41 
53 
57 
31 
37 
31 
40 
40 


19 
17 
16 
24 
26 
46 
33 
45 
30 


2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 


Totals . 


2,294 


72 


1,244 


354 


256 



Registered voters, 5,093. Votes cast, 3,964. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 78 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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Precinct 1 


167 
102 
183 
151 
151 
198 
235 
192 


17 
20 
34 
24 
23 
51 
23 
33 


39 
23 
30 
33 
32 
61 
103 
49 




56 


2 

« 3 


46 

42 


4 

5 

6 

7 

« 8 


50 
45 
50 
85 
68 






Totals 


1,379 


225 


370 




442 



160 



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218 


71 


29 




36 


2 


286 


24 


35 




20 


3 


296 


26 


41 




32 


« 4 


311 
305 


12 

15 


23 
35 




36 


5 


51 


" 6 


236 


4 


20 




18 


Totals 


1,652 


152 


183 




193 


Ward 4. 












Precinct 1 


250 
168 
211 
190 
166 
126 


10 
40 
53 
29 
11 
33 


22 
29 
40 
35 
11 
20 




27 


" 2 


28 


« 3 


31 


« 4 


29 


« 5 


38 


« 6 


18 






Totals 


1,111 


176 


157 




171 






Ward 5. 












Precinct 1 


202 
319 
186 
127 
224 
211 


65 
27 
10 
30 
24 
11 


38 
36 
10 
22 
17 
16 


1 


26 


2 


36 


" 3 


31 


" 4 


17 


" 5 


40 


6 


19 






Totals 


1,269 


167 


139 


1 


169 






Grand totals 


5,411 


720 


849 


1 


975 



Registered voters, 10,144. Votes cast, 6,981. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 69 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Department. 



161 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 

THIRD SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



















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Precinct 1 


12 


2 


89 


28 


2 


45 


9 


94 


95 


3 


34 


14 


134 


81 


« 4 


31 

54 


6 
14 


101 
141 


87 


5 


79 


« 6 


106 

47 


6 

8 


120 
157 


21 


" 7 


76 


« 8 


23 


3° 


93 


73 






Totals 


352 


62 


929 


540 






Ward 7. 










Precinct I 


28 
50 


3 
9 


45 
103 


14 


2 


37 


3 


68 
62 


24 
15 


187 
109 


43 


4 


47 


5 


14 


8 


167 


45 


" 6 


11 


10 


96 


27 






Totals 


233 


69 


707 


213 






Ward 8. 










Precinct 1 


7 


20 


275 


65 


2 


34 


10 


400 


24 


" 3 


168 
86 
49 
59 


20 
57 
36 

78 


259 
347 
201 
291 


68 


" 4 


141 


5 


89 


6 


71 


Totals 


403 


221 


1,773 


458 


Grand totals 


988 


352 


3,409 


1,211 





Registered voters, 7,251. Votes cast, 4,749. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 65 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



162 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 
FOURTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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Precinct 1 


69 
67 
40 
52 
99 
125 
26 


217 
263 
117 
290 
207 
199 
208 


38 
23 
31 
18 
16 
14 
9 


66 


« 2 


68 


« 3 


64 


« 4 


50 


« 5 


53 


« 6 


49 


« 7 


29 






Totals 


478 


1,501 


149 


379 






Ward 12. 
Precinct 1 


233 
179 

84 
148 
148 
102 

57 


175 
117 
141 
239 
152 
301 
349 


29 
17 
14 
19 
13 
17 
13 


85 


« 2 


88 


« 3 


64 


« 4 


91 


« 5 


59 


« 6 


42 


« 7 


54 






Totals 


951 


1,474 


122 


483 






Ward 17. 
Precinct 1 


26 
24 
121 
178 
35 
15 
34 
62 
86 


160 
232 
177 
316 
217 
190 
344 
415 
293 


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11 

15 

10 

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8 

13 

18 


35 


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" 4 


81 


« 5 


28 


« 6 


25 


7 

« 8 


44 
61 


« 9...... 


44 






Totals 


581 


2,344 


89 


383 






Grand totals 


2,010 


5,319 


360 


1,245 







Registered voters, 11,317. Votes cast, 7,689. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 68 per cent. 



Election Depaetment. 



163 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 

FIFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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27 


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17 


24 


2 


83 


92 


8 


39 


19 


" 3 


62 
52 


99 
96 


6 
11 


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38 


15 


4 


23 


5 


39 


78 


8 


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20 


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69 


110 


5 


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23 


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128 
143 
103 


372 
284 
343 


8 
7 
9 


109 
105 
120 


32 


" 8 


34 


« 9 


34 






Totals 


792 


1,501 


66 


586 


224 


Ward 11. 












Precinct 1 


145 

88 
160 
77 
24 
23 


141 
46 
118 
262 
224 
159 


19 
40 

18 
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97 
56 
61 
68 
25 
35 


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66 


« 3 


48 


" 4 


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« 5 


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" 7 


31 

16 

104 


213 

274 
455 


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3 


39 
20 

84 


13 


« 8 


8 


" 9 


47 






Totals 


668 


1,892 


88 


485 


279 


Ward 25. 












Precinct 1 


151 
114 
224 

282 
128 


151 
234 
134 
61 
299 


11 
3 

4 
7 
3 


63 
75 
35 

22 
81 


19 


" 2 


24 


" 3 


32 


4 


37 


5 


32 


" 6 


221 
192 
261 
239 


190 
240 
121 
175 


4 
5 
2 
6 


56 
76 
27 
49 


39 


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« 8 


35 


9 


31 


" 10 


187 


170 


2 


67 


22 


Totals 


1,999 


1,775 


47 


551 


294 


Grand totals 


3,459 


5,168 


201 


1,622 


797 



Registered voters, 13,174. Votes cast, 10,450. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 79 per cent. 



164 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 

SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward IS. 


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15 
16 
29 
23 
25 
27 
23 


192 
171 
137 
220 
253 
185 
237 
231 


27 


« 2 


31 


« 3 


24 


« 4 


40 


« 5 


25 


« 6 


25 


« 7 


43 


« 8 


36 






Totals 


177 


1,626 


251 






Ward 14. 
Precinct 1 


47 

30 

45 

93 

157 

113 

87 

128 


297 
336 
249 
252 
272 
225 
320 
341 


39 


" 2 


25 


« 3 


25 


« 4 


48 


« 5 


68 


« 6 


47 


« 7 


54 


« 8 


55 






Totals 


700 


2,292 


361 






Ward 15. 
Precinct 1 


29 
23 
39 
47 
55 
90 
100 
68 


159 
290 
281 
224 
311 
268 
316 
260 


21 


« 2 


40 


« 3 


33 


« 4 


31 


« 5 


38 


« 6 


33 


« 7 


51 




40 








451 


2,109 


287 







Election Department. 



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Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 
SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT.— Concluded. 





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53 


189 


46 


« 2 


72 
117 
222 

187 
288 
130 


397 
541 
259 
293 
189 
316 


63 


" 3 


63 


« 4 


70 


" 5 


57 


« 6 


64 


« 7 . . 


103 






Totals 


1,069 


2,184 


466 






Grand totals 


2,397 


8,211 


1,365 





Registered voters, 15,379. Votes cast, 10,608. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 69 per cent. 



166 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 

SEVENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 







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18 


91 
160 


139 
93 


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" 4 


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20 


116 

34 

139 


189 
353 
405 


81 


" 5 


34 


" 6 


16 






Totals... 


86 


633 


1,404 


363 


Ward 19. 










Precinct 1 


17 
13 
6 
18 
17 
30 
10 
20 
35 


137 
38 
44 
38 
86 

108 
45 
89 
96 


352 
200 
349 
318 
180 
238 
470 
392 
269 


53 


« 2 


32 


« 3 


46 


4 


48 


5 


37 


" 6 


51 


" 7 


53 


« 8 


60 


« 9 


57 






Totals 


166 


681 


2,768 


437 






Ward 22. 












33 
34 
18 


315 

125 

40 


302 
344 
260 


98 


2 


67 


3 


32 


4 


51 
51 
24 
28 
39 


294 
183 
307 
230 
173 


234 
269 
127 
155 
291 


103 


5 


57 


6 


75 


7 


39 


8 


62 






Totals 


278 


1,667 


1,982 


533 






Grand totals 


530 


2,981 


6,154 


1,333 





Registered voters, 13,944. Votes cast, 9,665. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 69 per cent. 



Election Department. 



167 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 

EIGHTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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10 

10 

13 

12 

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8 

11 

30 

9 

13 

6 

39 

4 


118 

101 

109 

85 

52 

97 

130 

143 

152 

183 

157 

131 

98 

76 

119 

92 


268 
349 
393 
299 
448 
318 
249 
160 
189 
196 
149 
194 
191 
435 
157 
315 


151 
153 
171 
187 

79 
126 
301 
361 
224 
302 
180 
235 
169 

96 
184 
186 




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" 3 


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« 4 


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" 5 


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" 7 


31 


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« 9 


35 


10 


32 


" 11 


58 


" 12 


33 


" 13 


48 


« 14 


30 


" 15 

" 16 


79 
42 






Totals 


183 


1,843 


4,310 


3,105 


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640 






Ward 21. 

Precinct 1 

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5 
12 

8 
7 

15 

4 

14 

19 

10 

27 

8 

8 


56 
43 
35 
52 
48 
60 
64 
63 
47 
25 
67 
35 


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194 
199 
154 
155 
125 
179 
113 
125 
128 
128 
145 


180 
111 
133 
194 
194 
210 
152 
297 
225 
162 
280 
91 




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28 


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" 4 


30 

27 


5 

" 6 

" 7 


33 

58 
32 


" 8 


32 


" 9 


26 


" 10 


27 


« 11 


54 


« 12 


21 






Totals 


137 


595 


1,812 


2,229 




408 






Grand totals 


320 


2,438 


6,122 


5,334 


1 


1,048 



Registered voters, 18,449. Votes cast, 14,215. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 77 per cent. 



168 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 
NINTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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190 

97 

78 

139 

82 

95 

142 

181 

80 

207 

163 

159 

143 

150 


133 
403 
335 
323 
257 

84 
187 

81 
208 

90 
114 
113 
138 
135 


46 
35 
32 
54 
33 
44 
83 
70 
60 
56 
78 
79 
99 
89 


4 

7 

16 
13 
13 

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17 

4 
12 

7 
10 
12 
16 
17 


16 


« 2 


44 


« 3 


33 


" 4 


24 


« 5 


21 


« 6 


16 


« 7 


21 


« 8 


10 


" 9 


25 


« 10 


15 


" 11 


15 


" 12 

« 13 


17 
12 


« 14 


21 






Totals 


1,906 


2,601 


858 


153 


290 






Ward 24. 
Precinct 1 


67 
87 
242 
200 
231 
124 
197 
341 
207 
235 
243 
207 


222 
232 
246 
212 
192 
180 
175 
326 
244 
219 
220 
253 


48 

53 

84 

89 

72 

88 

118 

148 

156 

133 

89 

104 


4 

12 

8 

8 

7 

2 

9 

19 

34 

17 

6 

10 


45 


" 2 


44 


« 3 


27 


" 4 


26 


« 5 


27 


" 6 


37 


" 7 


30 


8 


48 


« 9 


47 


" 10 


30 


« 11 


23 


" 12 


38 






Totals 


2,381 


2,721 


1,182 


136 


422 






Grand totals 


4,287 


5,322 


2,040 


289 


712 



Registered voters, 14,807. Votes cast, 11,938. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 81 per cent. 



Election Department. 



169 



Votes Cast for Senator, State Election, 1912. 
FIRST NORFOLK DISTRICT.* 





















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15 
13 


96 

66 

141 


124 
130 
109 


75 
123 

148 


18 


« 2 


17 


3 


37 


4 


8 


71 


167 


152 


27 


5 


12 


183 


31 


18 


33 


« 6 


18 
16 


125 
143 


98 
62 


98 
83 


20 


7 


40 


Totals 


102 


825 


721 


697 


192 



Registered voters, 2,695. Votes cast, 2,345. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Senator, 87 per cent. 
* The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



170 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Ward 1. 



Precinct 1 . 
2. 
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4. 
5. 
6. 
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Totals. 



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134 
207 
245 
271 
272 
380 
443 
229 

2,305 



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112 
175 
175 

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53 
116 
98 
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217 

134 

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Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 













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16 


188 


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14 


115 


2 


132 


18 


120 


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21 


13 


70 


3 . 


194 
174 


29 

27 


185 
158 


6 

4 


24 
16 


29 
16 


111 


4 


121 


5 


172 


20 


145 


12 


29 


16 


108 


6 


237 
331 


53 

17 


205 

275 


5 
3 


45 
34 


36 
19 


139 


7 


213 


8 


210 


25 


213 


22 


24 


22 


168 


Totals 


1,636 


205 


1,489 


67 


225 


165 


1,045 



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79 


68 


195 


164 


2 


280 


32 


52 


252 


114 


3 


290 


43 


52 


257 


148 


" 4 


301 
304 


15 

18 


28 
42 


288 
279 


132 


5 


169 


6 


227 


6 


14 


225 


84 






Totals 


1,604 


193 


256 


1,496 


811 







172 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

FOURTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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40 
43 
25 
11 
31 


11 
40 
43 
25 
11 
31 


33 
30 
34 
26 
7 
23 


212 
139 
196 
184 
163 
111 


229 
152 
205 
205 
171 
115 


34 
66 

43 
35 

8 
22 


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33 
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16 

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223 
129 
206 
188 
169 
113 


15 

42 
36 
22 
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31 


140 
124 
149 
123 


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4 


5 


123 


6 


96 






Totals 


164 


161 


153 


1,005 


1,077 


208 


140 


1,028 


154 


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Ward 5. 

Precinct 1 

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4 

5 

6 


61 
33 

8 
27 
20 
18 


63 
27 
8 
23 
22 
19 


49 
44 
19 
25 
25 
35 


179 
304 
181 
121 
213 
158 


178 
279 
160 
106 
193 
153 


51 
54 
18 

27 
42 
53 


33 
31 

7 
17 
21 

22 


175 
279 
157 
109 
193 
154 


54 
25 
5 
22 
21 
15 


150 
181 
148 
111 
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144 


Totals 


167 


162 


197 


1,156 


1,069 


245 


131 


1,067 


142 


899 ' 


Grand totals. . . 


331 


323 


350 


2,161 


2,146 


453 


271 


2,095 


296 


1,654 1 

























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Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 
SIXTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 











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82 


3 


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18 


25 


54 


2 


108 


102 


10 


3 


9 


40 


102 


112 


3 


146 


141 


3 


3 


18 


26 


82 


107 


4 


111 


114 


2 


2 


10 


24 


76 


111 


5 


135 


142 


8 


6 


22 


41 


98 


124 


6 


79 


81 


26 


25 


5 


104 


75 


111 


7 


140 


150 


10 


12 


10 


50 


60 


144 


8 


77 


99 


2 


1 


7 


33 


82 


83 






Totals 


874 


911 


64 


53 


82 


336 


600 


846 



SEVENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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116 


2 
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28 
53 


8 


2 


22 


3 


207 


9 


66 


40 


4 


168 


6 


37 


22 


5 


183 


7 


28 


16 


6 


99 


6 


28 


11 


Totals 


825 


38 


240 


119 



174 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

EIGHTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 











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20 


24 


21 


266 


3 


225 


183 


2 


8 


18 


9 


420 


17 


405 


59 


3 


17 
62 


129 

86 


17 
51 


267 
364 


147 
52 


236 
325 


217 


4 


322 


" 5 


50 

48 


49 
60 


40 
45 


199 
314 


31 
40 


191 

277 


190 


« 6 


214 






Totals 


205 


366 


183 


1,830 


290 


1,659 


1,185 



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276 
150 
247 
163 
170 
153 


35 
19 
37 
15 
19 
14 
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25 
19 

22 

29 

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247 
114 
279 
184 
180 
196 


40 
41 
13 
28 
88 
116 
18 


45 
42 
13 
24 
87 
114 
19 


190 


" 2 


197 


« 3 


152 


" 4 


208 


" 5 


187 


" 6 


151 


« 7 


144 






Totals 


1,401 


148 


185 


1,363 


344 


344 


1,229 







Election Department. 



175 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

TENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



Waed 10. 




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43 

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130 

102 

129 


3 

7 

5 

15 

7 

5 

8 

11 

13 


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86 

90 

71 

101 

367 

257 

326 


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52 

38 

45 

45 

68 

130 

115 

133 


6 
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7 

12 
5 
4 
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8 

10 


97 
77 
56 
44 
37 
59 
112 
142 
95 


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74 

77 

81 

68 

101 

337 

247 

311 


78 
67 
52 
51 
31 
51 
90 
127 
81 


70 

76 

89 

57 

69 

81 

118 

137 

120 


•Totals 


649 


74 


1,408 


644 


66 


719 


1,333 


628 


817 



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78 


102 
50 


118 
68 


14 
26 


161 




2 


195 




3 


1.38 


129 


59 


19 


134 


64 


134 


19 


114 




4 


246 


267 


66 


6 


76 


66 


57 


3 


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5 


222 


235 


27 




24 


20 


16 


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6 


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163 


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29 


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7 


211 


210 


37 




28 


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8 


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430 


267 
458 


29 
81 


1 
5 


20 
100 


20 
80 


9 

79 


1 
3 


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150 


Totals 


1,847 


1,921 


472 


84 


610 


467 


525 


69 


829 



176 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

TWELFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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200 


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130 

128 

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16 

10 

14 

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110 
215 
101 
254 
255 


82 
138 
208 
101 
243 
361 


87 
62 
79 
66 
53 
22 


162 

84 

140 

146 

98 

54 


169 


" 3 


120 


" 4 


177 


« 5 


170 


« 6 


156 


« 7 


207 






Totals 


150 


740 


83 


1,231 


1,270 


466 


921 


1,199 







THIRTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 








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186 
160 
164 
190 


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101 
158 
180 
133 
187 
160 


114 


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101 


« 3 


74 


« 4 


134 


« 5 


129 


« 6 


103 


« 7 


144 


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150 






Totals 


755 


1,236 


1,168 


949 







Election Department. 



177 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

FOURTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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238 
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220 
295 
292 


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99 
92 
88 
117 


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5 
11 
15 
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12 


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31 

38 

81 

146 

116 

96 

167 


257 
318 
223 
216 
251 
186 
281 
269 


120 


2 

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92 
80 


4 


101 


« 5 : 


188 


6 

" 7 


121 
138 


" 8 


168 






Totals 


2,172 


138 


565 


97 


725 


2,001 


1,008 



FIFTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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287 
258 
210 
294 
239 
283 
239 


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10 
26 
32 
44 
67 
61 
44 


141 
243 
236 
205 
272 
234 
276 
230 


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27 
26 
34 
38 
52 
42 
47 


19 

11 

31 
22 
30 
59 

67 
42 


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76 
127 
129 
101 
130 
131 
205 
134 






Totals 


1,953 


306 


1,837 


283 


281 


1 


1,033 



178 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 
SIXTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 















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152 


229 
398 
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40 
43 
96 


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33 

78 


157 
297 
453 
220 


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235 


76 


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123 


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216 


163 


97 


76 


168 


33 


214 


115 


7 


100 


243 


58 


47 


262 


79 


79 


230 


Totals 


751 


2,016 


425 


333 


1,809 


362 


677 


1,065 



SEVENTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 









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26 


116 


2 


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23 


189 


199 


25 


110 


3 


15 


104 


158 


149 


123 


153 


4 


30 


159 


287 


284 


166 


254 


5 


26 


37 


181 


199 


38 


99 


6 


14 


14 


159 


136 


13 


130 


7 


39 


24 


294 


306 


33 


164 


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35 
30 


55 

78 


371 
269 


374 
257 


52 
73 


215 


9 


175 


Totals 


224 


518 


2,052 


2,035 


549 


1,416 





Election Department. 



179 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

EIGHTEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 









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191 


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126 

73 


191 

127 

71 


13 

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12 


88 
104 
175 


1 


183 


« 2 


180 


3 


198 


« 4 


135 
29 


162 

328 


153 

299 


13 
19 


115 
24 




210 


5 


175 


6 


122 


354 


335 


19 


113 




217 


Totals 


682 


1,247 


1,176 


84 


619 


1- 


1,163 



NINETEENTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 











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17 
11 


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218 


114 

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1 


188 


2 


128 


3.... 


351 


12 


27 


324 


37 




139 


4 


323 


20 


26 


283 


39 




153 


5 


189 


17 


61 


193 


48 




132 


6 


259 


33 


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236 


77 




162 


7 


488 


10 


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445 


50 




143 


8 


411 

277 


22 
37 


74 
107 


367 

247 


66 
68 




182 


« 9 


178 






Totals 


2,810 


179 


537 


2,648 


524 


1 


1,405 





180 



City Document No. 13. 



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TWENTIETH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 



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. 332 
. 375 
. 258 
. 422 
. 340 
. 252 
. 165 
. 206 
. 225 
. 157 
. 175 
. 195 
. 393 
. 168 
. 290 


118 

111 

131 

102 

42 

99 

148 

153 

137 

157 

169 

135 

98 

83 

138 

99 


139 
152 
159 
163 

79 
115 
260 
337 
221 
279 
160 
219 
162 

95 
137 
178 


268 
328 
368 
283 
456 
284 
229 
149 
198 
216 
154 
174 
182 
391 
161 
279 


6 

6 

8 

11 

16 

13 

10 

3 

8 

11 

32 

8 

9 

6 

36 

9 


132 
151 
152 
168 
71 
121 
270 
342 
225 
292 
178 
231 
164 
101 
132 
183 


108 

97 

122 

94 

40 

94 

139 

149 

124 

154 

144 

137 

88 

84 

129 

106 


133 
142 
146 
166 
102 
175 
272 
337 
217 
268 
158 
220 
157 
111 
118 
184 


103 

132 

122 

86 

37 

80 

140 

142 

127 

147 

135 

143 

90 

85 

124 

92 


259 
290 
372 
271 
405 
269 
226 
152 
191 
208 
148 
165 
180 
390 
146 
285 


1 


238: 
176 
217 
216 
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147 
170 
215 
287 
199' 
232 
190' 
445i 
212 


Totals.... 


. 4,225 


1,920 


2,855 


4,120 


192 


2,913 


1,809 


2,906 


1,785 


3,957 


1 


3,563. 





























Election Depaetment. 



181 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

TWENTY-FIRST SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 















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177 


118 


239 


131 


41 


19 




171 


2 


107 


168 


140 


133 


44 


32 




152 


3 


129 


159 


122 


172 


45 


36 




147 


4 


188 


135 


188 


147 


64 


21 




125 


5 


195 


134 


175 


150 


60 


15 




161 


6 


243 


114 


203 


117 


73 


13 




151 


7 


134 


172 


141 


157 


67 


21 




190 


8 


272 


115 


247 


107 


112 


12 


2 


181 


9 


209 


115 


194 


• 107 


75 


13 




153 


" 10 


146 


116 


143 


118 


86 


9 




120 


« 11 


193 


111 


158 


153 


192 


23 




244 


" 12 


98 


126 


107 


134 


34 


15 




86 


Totals 


2,091 


1,583 


2,057 


1,626 


893 


229 


2 


1,881 



TWENTY-SECOND SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 











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244 


315 


245 


315 


106 


28 


25 


218 


2 


86 


350 


91 


■ 350 


54 


20 


18 


171 


3 


29 


264 


30 


250 


19 


12 


5 


91 


4 


245 


231 


221 


232 


136 


31 


26 


242 


5 


168 


266 


124 


264 


59 


37 


30 


172 


6 


268 


131 


267 


114 


92 


25 


14 


155 


7 


191 


153 


211 


136 


65 


17 


16 


115 


8 


141 


226 


136 


290 


55 


35 


25 


222 


Totals 


1,372 


1,936 


1,325 


1,951 


586 


205 


159 


1,386 



182 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 
TWENTY-THIRD SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 







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197 


186 


143 


159 


5 


4 


84 


« 2 


98 

75 


105 
96 


372 

281 


422 
324 


9 

26 


7 
24 


159 


3 


162 


4 


134 


139 


317 


337 


13 


15 


151 


" 5 


115 


96 


231 


224 


11 


14 


121 


6 


135 


112 


87 


80 


3 


7 


64 


7 


220 


193 


164 


159 


22 


20 


122 


" 8 


224 
117 


191 
116 


137 

222 


69 
171 


4 

7 


5 
13 


62 


9 


124 


« 10 


237 


207 


135 


77 


7 


10 


77 


« 11 


237 
237 
201 
243 


213 
179 
185 
223 


133 
131 
168 
135 


103 

93 

125 

103 


10 
17 
21 
25 


10 
14 
19 

17 


54 


" 12 


89 


« 13 


97 


" 14 


78 


Totals 


2,470 


2,241 


2,656 


2,446 


180 


179 


1,444 













TWENTY-FOURTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 












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213 


41 


42 


11 


238 


57 


42 


163 


u 


2.. 


81 


95 


24 


220 


220 


51 


67 


17 


211 


83 


51 


164 


ti 


3.. 


217 


184 


10 


273 


226 


81 


160 


9 


269 


102 


80 


210 


li 


4.. 


190 


201 


16 


202 


184 


86 


167 


10 


191 


131 


84 


143 


u 


5.. 


222 


265 


7 


152 


142 


69 


215 


7 


152 


93 


78 


185 


ti 


6.. 


170 


117 


6 


178 


139 


88 


93 


7 


163 


84 


90 


158 


li 


7.. 


172 


195 


9 


144 


154 


118 


163 


9 


178 


140 


179 


126 


li 


8.. 


306 


360 


22 


267 


. 284 


148 


322 


21 


307 


172 


144 


293 


u 


9.. 


210 


196 


36 


241 


209 


174 


151 


34 


234 


165 


163 


251 


(t 


10.. 


231 


235 


15 


197 


183 


134 


218 


15 


197 


147 


149 


181 


11 


11.. 


269 


217 


9 


227 


167 


76 


182 


8 


181 


112 


81 


214 


u 


12.. 


173 


179 


15 


256 


281 


97 


146 


16 


282 


109 


82 


200 


Totals . . . 


2,311 


2,303 


173 


2,575 


2,402 


1,163 


1,926 


164 


2,603 


1,395 


1,223 


2,288 



Election Department. 



183 



Votes Cast for Representatives, State Election, 1912. 

TWENTY-FIFTH SUFFOLK DISTRICT. 





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145 
106 
210 
280 
98 
178 


52 
55 
48 
20 
60 
46 


160 
257 
146 
80 
333 
216 


126 
83 

168 

222 
84 

191 


49 
55 
29 
12 
65 
45 


164 
237 
148 
105 
314 
199 


94 


2 


107 


3 


109 


« 4 


99 


5 


132 


6 


145 


" 7 


147 
221 
179 
156 


57 
15 
35 
43 


226 
152 
193 
197 


176 
232 
214 
153 


59 
14 
43 
44 


268 
167 
223 
195 


139 


8 


91 


9 


113 


" 10 


108 


Totals 


1,720 


431 


1,960 


1,649 


415 


2,020 


1,137 



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141 


16 


163 


13 


" 2 


123 


16 


200 


12 


3 


194 


13 


222 


19 


" .4 


118 


5 


283 


19 


5 


216 
166 
208 


5 

10 

9 


45 
170 
105 


11 


6 


13 


7 


22 






Totals 


1,166 


74 


1,188 


109 







184 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for Sheriff, State Election, 1912. (To Fill Vacancy.) 



Wards. 


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1-5 
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o 

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o 


CO 

1 


1 

2 

3 


558 
196 
186 
146 
160 
189 
108 
263 
245 
665 
529 
474 
126 
325 
267 
474 
295 
306 
417 
1,692 
760 
710 
1,073 
1,245 
678 
627 


2,742 
1,591 
1,568 
1,143 
1,250 
987 
909 
2,028 
1,648 
1,977 
2,354 
1,865 
1,438 
2,365 
2,053 
2,667 
2,425 
1,524 
2,899 
6,915 
3,586 
2,879 
3,773 
4,473 
3,152 
1,361 


l" 

i" 

3" 

1" 


920 
629 
426 


4 

5 

6 


326 
335 
707 


7 


205 


8 


564 


9 


614 


10 


526 


11 


529 


12 


691 


13 


490 


14 


663 


15 


536 


16 


578 


17 


677 


18 


656 


19 


736 


20 


1,472 


21 


835 


22 


871 


23 


962 


24 


1.123 


25 

26 


836 
549 






Totals 


12,704 


61,572 


6 


17,456 



Registered voters, 112,253. Votes cast, 74,282. 

Proportion of men registered who voted for Sheriff, 66 per cent. 
The balance of this district is outside of Boston. 



Election Depaetment. 



185 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall the Proposed Amendment to 
the Constitution, Disqualifying from Voting Persons Con= 
victed of Certain Offences, be Approved and Ratified? " State 
Election, 1912. 



Wards. 


Yes. 


No. 


Blanks. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 


1,534 

714 

702 

535 

580 

507 

438 

929 

822 

1,632 

2,105 

1,297 

527 

1,289 

1,033 

1,532 

1,144 

817 

1,431 

4,939 

2.518 

2,026 

2,827 

3,152 

2,132 

1,114 


850 
526 
601 
396 
456 
332 
286 
738 
553 
484 
387 
574 
578 
742 
709 
838 
894 
578 
1,103 
1,854 
917 
797 
1,062 
1,290 
812 
409 


1,836 

1,176 

877 

684 

709 

1,044 

498 

1,188 

1,132 

1,053 

920 


12 

13 


1,159 
949 


14 

IS 


1,322 
1,105 
1,349 
1,359 
1,091 
1,518 
3,289 


16 

17 


18 

19 


20 


21 

22 


1,746 
1,637 
1,919 
2,400 


23 

24 


25 


1,722 
1,014 


26 


Totals 


38,276 


18,766 


34,696 







Proportion of men registered who voted on the question, 51 per cent. 



186 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall the Proposed Amendment to 
the Constitution, Relative to the Taxation of Wild or Forest 
Lands, be Approved and Ratified?" State Election, 1912. 



Wards. 


Yes. 


No. 


Blanks. 


1 


1,506 

765 

822 

607 

680 

493 

486 

1,091 

929 

1,476 

1,877 

1,290 

669 

1,285 

1,121 

1,571 

1,301 

965 

1,655 

4,726 

2,377 

1,947 

2,822 

3,075 

2,052 

1,140 


625 
343 
354 
227 
275 
237 
182 
493 
352 
466 
416 
404 
321 
531 
419 
574 
566 
374 
685 

1,420 
770 
675 
804 

1,052 
636 
282 


2,089 


2 


1,308 


3 


1,004 


4 


781 


5 


790 


6 


1,153 


7 


554 


8 


1,271 
1,226 

1,227 


9 


10 


11 


1,119 


12 


1,336 
1,064 
1,537 
1,307 
1,574 
1,530 
1,147 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 




1,712 


20 


3,936 
2,034 


21 


22 


1,838 
2,182 
2,715 
1,978 
1,115 


23 : . . 


24 


25 


26 






Totals 


38,728 


13,483 


39,527 





Proportion of men registered who voted on the question, 47 per cent. 



Election Department. 



187 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall an Act Passed by the General 
Court in Nineteen Hundred and Twelve, Authorizing the 
Issue of Bonds of the City of Boston, Outside the Debt Limit, 
to the Amount of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars 
for the Construction of New Streets, be Accepted?" State 
Election, 1912. 



Wards. 


Yes. 


No. 


Blanks. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 


1,511 

871 

899 

630 

686 

582 

534 

1,192 

987 

1,274 

1,160 

1,137 

848 

1,330 

1,197 

1,556 

1,417 

1,002 

1,867 

4,237 

2,028 

1,750 

2,722 

. 2,961 

1,862 

1,073 


871 

305 

385 

295 

398 

248 

167 

498 

388 

805 

1,300 

682 

268 

633 

626 

817 

586 

413 

749 

2,593 

1,383 

1,066 

1,337 

1,650 

1,081 

505 


1,838 

1,240 
896 
690 
661 

1,053 
621 

1,165 


9 


1,132 


10 

11 

12 


1,090 

952 

1,21] 


13 


938 


14 


1,390 


15 


1,124 


16 


1,346 


17 


1,394 


18 


1,071 


19 


1,436 


20 


3,252 


21 


1,770 


22 


1,644 


23 


1,749 


24 


2,331 


25 


1,723 


26 


959 






Totals 


37,313 


19,849 


34,576 







Proportion of men registered who voted on the question, 51 per cent. 



188 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Men Registered who Voted. 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON VOTING 

LISTS), 















State Election, 


1912 


• 














Wards. 


Phecincts. 


Totals. 


a bii o 
P-i 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


I 


271 
279 
354 
309 
331 
131 
90 
367 
390 
185 
453 
522 
238 
383 
209 
288 
225 
387 
559 
592 
448 
748 
389 
386 
395 
333 


310 
191 
365 
265 
419 
243 
199 
468 
421 
241 
296 
401 
217 
391 
353 
532 
286 
328 
283 
639 
388 
570 
586 
428 
450 
351 


482 
289 
395 
335 
237 
263 
322 
515 
252 
233 
405 
303 
177 
319 
353 
721 
351 
360 
445 
724 
405 
360 
494 
607 
429 
448 


479 
258 
382 
283 
196 
225 
233 
631 
410 
220 
437 
497 
289 
393 
302 
651 
590 
394 
422 
606 
434 
682 
553 
535 
409 
425 


456 
251 
406 
226 
305 
288 
234 
375 
375 
188 
283 
372 
301 
497 
404 
637 
290 
437 
320 
642 
445 
660 
406 
629 
643 
277 


433 
360 
278 
197 
257 
253 
144 
499 
387 
271 
230 
462 
235 
385 
391 
541 
233 
580 
427 
683 
467 
533 
244 
431 
510 
359 


698 
446 


701 
342 


490 
















4,220 
2,416 
2,180 
1,615 
1,745 
1,883 
1,222 
2,855 
2,507 
3,169 
3,412 
3,030 
2,054 
3,353 
2,847 
3,719 
3,397 
2,486 
4,052 
10,082 
5,181 
4,460 
6,808 
6,842 
4,666 
2,537 


83 
80 
79 
75 
79 
85 
79 
82 
76 
82 
87 
80 
75 
79 
76 
80 
80 
74 
79 
82 
83 
82 
87 
84 
87 
90 


2 
















3 


















4 






















5 






















6 


288 


192 


















7 


















8 






















9 


272 
649 
296 
473 
307 
461 
467 
549 
430 




















10 


673 
319 


609 
693 
















11 
















12 
















13 


290 
524 
368 


















14 


















15 










. 








16 


















17 


651 


441 
















18 
















19 


678 
717 
441 
462 
450 
629 
636 
344 


561 
692 
524 
565 
346 
882 
446 


457 
608 
433 
















20 

21 


724 
369 


574 
637 


602 
300 


619 


643 


578 


639 


22 










23 


385 
688 
500 


375 
634 

448 


380 

581 


380 
612 


408 


412 






24 






25 










26 


































Total 


91,738 







Average per cent of men registered who voted, 82. 



CITY ELECTION, 

JANUARY 14, 1913. 



190 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Male Voters, City Election, 1913. 



Wards. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 


Per cent 

Male Eesidenta 

Registered 

bv Wards. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


1 


342 
367 
448 
414 
429 
158 
117 
495 
514 
236 
538 
643 
335 
530 
289 
376 
313 
520 
700 
694 
541 
881 
432 
490 
457 
366 


378 
250 
468 
362 
510 
286 
242 
624 
547 
296 
362 
499 
295 
490 
486 
689 
366 
456 
372 
802 
481 
690 
678 
520 
527 
366 


578 
373 
484 
447 
307 
311 
398 
638 
321 
294 
471 
379 
238 
405 
464 
908 
423 
509 
588 
885 
509 
441 
597 
706 
503 
473 


577 
310 
488 
368 
267 
263 
306 
727 
628 
284 
492 
619 
374 
494 
404 
703 
699 
611 
536 
706 
530 
878 
637 
622 
479 
451 


548 
301 
503 
305 
367 
347 
293 
430 
528 
246 
311 
464 
383 
625 
490 
672 
390 
566 
394 
802 
541 
698 
478 
606 
609 
305 


519 
439 
356 
266 
321 
310 
191 
581 
489 
345 
240 
597 
316 
485 
488 
639 
307 
715 
538 
717 
532 
637 
269 
481 
604 
383 


728 
541 


844 
423 


578 
















5,092 
3,004 
2,747 
2,162 
2,201 
2,233 
1,547 
3,495 
3,289 
3,844 
3,916 
3,752 
2,733 
4,238 
3,724 
4,667 
4,245 
3,377 
5,095 
12,244 
6,200 
5,451 
6,702 
8,082 
5,379 
2,707 


59 

40 

67 

55 

53 

18 

24 

33 

35 

39 

52 

42 

41 

61 

62 

60 

56- 

48 

59 

68 

65 

61 

70 

67 

62 

55 


2 
















3 


















4 






















5 






















6 


337 


221 


















7 


















8 






















9 


362 

737 
339 
551 
396 
562 
638 
680 
514 




















10 


700 
352 


706 

811 
















11 
















12 
















13 


396 
647 
465 


















14 


















15 


















16 


















17 


710 


523 
















:8 
















9 


702 
863 
633 
551 
545 
608 
610 
363 


702 
825 
600 
675 
379 
1,065 
518 


563 
740 
508 
















;o 

n 


857 
434 


677 
637 


745 
354 


659 


778 


702 


792 


!2 










:3 


472 
844 
556 


421 
725 
516 


428 
658 


417 
757 


466 


483 






;4 






;5 










.6 






























....|... 


Total 


112,126 







Average per cent of male residents who registered, 52. 



Election Department. 

Registered Female Voters on First Printed List, J 


Line 


191 

1, 1912 






Waeds. 


Peecincts. 


Totals. 


I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


[ 


30 
15 
61 
50 
34 

4 
12 

4 

8 
11 
59 
64 

9 
35 
16 
31 


64 

8 
65 
19 
80 
12 
22 

4 
13 
20 

5 
88 

6 
25 
44 
30 
13 

8 
33 
59 
51 
35 
37 
59 
73 
37 


89 
13 
77 
52 
31 

8 
26 
30 

5 
32 
91 
22 

9 
49 
43 
47 
43 
36 
61 
99 
67 

7 
31 
59 
28 
72 


45 
13 
75 
46 
27 
2 
10 
16 
12 
18 

164 
41 
16 
58 
57 
31 
91 
26 
41 

104 
97 
71 
49 
78 
18 
30 


52 
8 
74 
31 
39 
10 
26 
12 
26 
14 
136 
28 
20 
74 
66 
47 
20 
17 
47 
39 
57 
23 
39 
71 
97 
27 


12 
25 
63 
20 
25 
17 
10 
24 
29 
25 

104 
17 
20 
58 
94 

127 
8 
49 
45 
31 
92 

112 
36 
50 
55 
46 


39 
12 


26 
15 


19 
















376 


1 
















109 


% 

1 


















415 






















218 
























236 


i 


8 


9 


















70 


7 


















106 


J 






















90 


) 


8 
104 
134 
51 
10 
51 
62 
50 
24 




















101 


9 


68 
159 


153 
150 
















445 


1 
















1,002 


















311 


J 


16 

48 
42 


















106 




















398 


5 


















424 




















363 


7 


14 


35 
















248 


% 


22 
44 
69 
66 
77 
118 
21 
38 
19 
















158 


9 


94 
103 

50 
126 

43 

84 
113 

29 


57 
179 
100 
61 
92 
49 
77 


17 
48 
130 
















439 





112 
46 


36 
67 


96 

48 


58 


62 


43 


74 


1,212 


1 


871 


2 










512 


3 


27 
28 
76 


85 
80 
46 


41 

88 


73 
65 


30 


43 






744 


4 






732 


5 










621 
















260 




























10,567 
























• 



















192 



City Document No. 13. 



Registered Female Voters, City Election, 1913. 





Precincts. 


Totals. 


Wabds. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


1 


33 

IS 
62 
51 
35 

4 
13 

4 

8 
11 
64 
69 

9 
40 
16 
31 

3 
23 
45 
72 
67 
84 
122 
21 
39 
20 


66 

8 
65 
19 
81 
13 
23 

5 
13 
20 

6 
96 

6 
25 
44 
31 
13 

8 
33 
59 
53 
35 
39 
60 
74 
37 


92 
14 
78 
53 
32 

8 
27 
34 

5 
33 
99 
24 

9 
49 
43 
49 
45 
36 
62 
103 
69 

7 
34 
61 
28 
73 


47 
14 
75 
46 
27 
2 
11 
21 
12 
18 

187 
41 
16 
58 
57 
41 
96 
28 
41 

108 
97 
73 
52 
80 
18 
31 


53 
9 
74 
31 
39 
10 
26 
16 
26 
14 

148 
30 
20 
75 
67 
49 
21 
24 
47 
39 
63 
23 
40 
72 

101 
29 


22 
25 
63 
20 
25 
17 
10 
29 
29 
25 

107 
19 
20 
59 
94 

137 
9 
49 
45 
32 
98 

114 
37 
50 
59 
46 


39 
12 


26 
21 


19 
















397 


2 
















121 


3 


















417 


4 






















220 


5 






















239 


6 


8 


9 


















71 


7 


















110 


g 






















109 


9 


8 
112 
143 
52 
10 
53 
62 
55 
25 




















101 


10 


77 
170 


168 
162 
















478 


11 
















1,086 


12 
















331 


13 


16 
55 

42 


















106 


14. 


















414 


15 


















425 


16 


















393 


17 


14 


35 
















261 


18 
















168 


19 


95 
104 

52 
129 

46 

87 
119 

31 


57 
192 
112 
62 
96 
53 
77 


18 

54 

135 
















443 


20 

21 


124 
57 


65 

84 


101 
57 


67 


66 


70 


76 


1,332 
944 












527 


23 


28 
35 

77 


85 
81 
46 


42 
91 


76 
66 


30 


45 






772 


24 






757 


25 










638 


26 














267 
























Total . 


11,127 







Election Department. 



193 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 1. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


97 
83 
92 
57 


107 
96 
98 
54 


195 
147 
174 
116 


143 

103 

125 

92 


135 
88 

132 
98 


113 
75 

117 
98 


175 
104 
180 
152 


188 
101 
192 
164 


148 

97 

144 

119 


1,301 
894 

1,254 
950 


Total 


4,399 


Blanks 


64 


62 


97 


86 


87 


149 


154 


153 


116 


968 



WARD 2. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 


John J. Attridge 


91 

48 
92 

87 


60 
42 
66 
51 


123 

69 

125 

112 


84 
53 
81 
81 


86 
59 
91 

72 


130 
82 

121 
80 


134 

76 

140 

107 


118 

76 

113 

107 


826 


Lewis J. Hewitt 


605 


Walter L. Collins 


829 


James A. Watson 


697 


Total 


2,857 
782 


Rln.nVa , , 


120 


51 


117 


109 


67 


88 


98 


132 







WARD 3. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 


John J. Attridge 


113 

69 

122 

107 


126 

62 

131 

137 


. 159 

89 

149 

141 


139 

62 

145 

164 


137 

66 

145 

149 


100 

48 

109 

119 


774 
396 
801 
817 


Lewis J. Hewitt 


Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


Total 


2,788 
842 


Blanks 


93 


138 


146 


174 


157 


134 





194 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 4. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 

H 




96 

49 

110 

116 


91 
64 
89 
75 
1 


115 

68 

122 

101 


99 

53 

110 

99 


86 
44 
97 
65 


61 
39 
69 
58 


548 


Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 


317 
597 
514 




1 
















Total 


1,977 




100 


67 


113 


71 


71 


46 


468 







WARD 5. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 




123 

80 

130 

100 

2 


168 

85 

179 

167 

3 


93 
41 
93 
90 


62 
45 
68 
54 


110 

56 

120 

129 


82 

52 

104 

96 


638 




359 


Walter L. Collins 


694 




636 




5 














Total 


2,332 




93 


184 


100 


59 


101 


86 


623 







WARD 6. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 




61 

43 

34 

. .68 


74 
43 
73 
58 


108 
84 
71 
99 


80 

74 
85 
42 


89 
68 
92 
80 


108 
86 

109 
51 


106 
77 
97 

109 


52 
57 
60 
65 


678 


Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 


532 
621 




572 








Total 


2,403 




46 


76 


94 


73 


97 


48 


115 


84 


633 







Election Depaetment. 



195 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 7. 





Pkecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


"3 
o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


41 
28 
36 
24 


71 
51 
71 
36 


128 
78 

129 
83 


95 
54 
82 
56 


83 
38 

77 
64 


58 
29 
51 
42 


476 
278 
446 
305 


Total 


1,505 


Blanks 


27 


41 


77 


76 


62 


45 


328 



WARD 8. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


O 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins. . 

James A. Watson 


235 

29 

236 

239 


205 

85 

187 

193 


201 
146 
190 

144 


309 
259 

188 
284 


190 
153 
111 
176 


229 
176 
148 
234 


1,369 

848 

1,060 

1,270 


Total 


4,547 


Blanks 


71 


101 


132 


199 


111 


176 


790 



WARD 9. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


if 
o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 

All others 


200 

133 

157 

79 

1 


230 
135 
191 
104 


112 
72 

107 
57 


222 
114 
169 
105 


148 

118 

132 

76 


183 

133 

155 

92 


155 

71 

117 

90 


1,250' 
776 

1,028 

603 

1 


















Total 


3,658 


Blanks 


141 


126 


123 


149 


93 


88 


95 


815 







196 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 10. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


92 
48 
88 
70 


103 

72 
88 
53 


112 

74 

100 

51 


73 
62 
65 
37 


62 
50 
52 
33 


99 
87 
82 
43 


271 

253 

250 

71 


189 

166 

170 

73 


230 

211 

200 

64 


1,231 

1,023 

1,095 

495 


Total 


3,844 


Blanks 


56 


38 


47 


51 


34 


46 


61 


83 


66 


482 



WARD 11. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


158 

144 

155 

61 

2 


92 
67 
78 
66 


169 

141 

169 

88 


241 

226 

237 

39 


180 

175 

180 

15 


121 

117 

115 

19 


156 

151 

152 

13 


192 

192 

188 

14 


312 

299 

293 

56 


1,621 

1,512 

1,567 

371 

2 






















Total 


5,073 




71 


93 


72 


70 


20 


15 


20 


14 


60 


435 







WARD 12. 





Precincts. 




. 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 




148 
127 
144 

78 


126 

106 

114 

43 


108 
70 
94 
70 


169 
113 
142 
112 


121 

103 

107 

61 


179 

94 

160 

160 


190 
79 

158 
158 


1,041 




692 


Walter L. Collins 


919 




682 






Total 


3,334 




79 


43 


54 


82 


49 


166 


135 


608 







Election Department. 



197 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 13. 





Precincts. 


.2 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
O 

Eh 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 


81 
38 
93 
93 


63 
28 
57 
59 


52 
27 
56 
68 


81 

49 

92 

105 


113 

44 

122 

124 


85 
43 
90 
90 


99 

48 

92 

108 


82 
38 
84 
95 


656 
315 
686 

742 






Total . 


2,399 


Blanks 


91 


72 


73 


126 


113 


88 


124 


109 


796 



WARD 14. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


"3 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


158 

85 

151 

131 


125 

58 
142 
171 


Ill 

52 
112 
107 


154 

72 

146 

119 

1 


152 

90 
151 
127 


123 

76 
116 

84 


154 

90 

170 

143 


192 
132 
175 

152 


1,169 

655 

1,163 

1,034 

1 




















Total 


4,022 


Blanks 


114 


161 


98 


84 


146 


72 


121 


114 


910 







WARD 15. 





Precincts. 


^ 


- 


1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


59 
22 
69 
67 


123 

55 

132 

120 

1 


Ill 

48 

117 

101 

1 


103 

64 

102 

84 


172 

82 

166 

150 


142 

84 

141 

106 


149 

83 

153 

154 


146 

85 

148 

124 


1,005 
523 

1,018 

906 

2 


















Total 


3,454 


Blanks 


69 


133 


96 


82 


126 


100 


178 


94 


878 







198 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 16. 





Precincts. 






»• 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


1 
o 




86 
53 
95 

82 


153 

78 

165 

159 


245 
116 
249 
225 


186 
131 
184 
121 


201 
130 
196 
138 


210 

178 

206 

80 


216 
122 
220 
203 


1,297 




808 


Walter L Collins 


1,315 




1,008 






Total 


4,428 




68 


159 


221 


134 


130 


73 


232 


1,017 







WARD 17. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


O 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 

Total 


65 
34 
73 
86 


95 
45 
103 
151 


121 

81 

114 

108 


207 
127 
200 
185 


89 

35 

91 

124 


86 

40 

85 

104 


163 

97 

164 

189 


214 

87 

219 

254 


153 

77 
147 
156 


1,193 

623 

1,196 

1,357 

4,369 


Blanks 


84 


158 


110 


202 


129 


126 


122 


243 


175 


1,349 







WARD 18. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5.' 


6. 


"3 
o 




Ill 

65 

88 
186 


90 

45 

78 

126 


97 
67 
82 
93 


98 

71 

82 

143 


97 

28 

83 

300 


153 
107 
156 
290 


646 




383 


Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


569 
1,138 


Total 


2,736 




252 


126 


96 


185 


488 


440 


1,587 







Election Department. 



199 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 19. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


C3 
O 


John J. Attridae 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


180 
107 
170 
238 


72 

43 

66 

137 


138 

58 

153 

242 


121 

41 

112 

245 


96 

59 

88 

143 


158 
101 
148 
185 
2 


195 

74 

194 

305 


180 

98 

179 

246 


133 

75 

121 

166 


1,273 

656 

1,231 

1,907 

2 
























5,069 




256 


174 


285 


312 


205 


228 


345 


311 


228 


2,344 



















WARD 


20. 






















Precincts. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 


o 

Eh 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. ColUns 

James A. Watson 


216 
151 
232 
141 


227 
148 
235 

147 


272 
154 
276 
180 


231 
169 
237 
129 


239 
120 
261 

188 


201 
119 
211 
125 


282 
221 
291 
123 


280 
240 

277 
80 


240 
199 

267 
85 


273 

239 

279 

97 


237 

182 
243 
117 


250 

217 

267 

96 


196 

152 

203 

96 


257 
146 

248 
188 


243 
190 
239 
159 
2 


274 
199 
264 
141 
3 


3,918 
2,846 
4,030 
2,092 
5 
































12,891 




121 


116 


159 


131 


182 


94 


97 


77 


109 


108 


175 


79 


85 


133 


244 


121 


2,031 





















WARD 21. 


























Precincts. 
















1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


o 




150 
110 
135 
131 


105 
67 
95 

157 


145 
114 
133 
133 
1 


170 

138 

160 

92 


145 
121 

142 
101 


166 

147 

161 

82 


161 
117 

155 
128 


234 

203 

210 

85 


181 

154 

166 

83 


153 
113 

132 
83 


200 
164 
183 
120 


112 

82 
112 
107 


1,922 




1,530 


Walter L Collins 






1,302 






























6,539 


Blanks 


134 


206 


176 


88 


'88 


116 


114 


105 


94 


98 


155 


112 


1,486 







200 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 22. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
O 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 


309 
247 
279 
194 


199 
133 
176 
209 


100 

41 

115 

172 


252 
188 
240 
176 


177 
132 
171 
140 


210 
193 
192 

85 


180 
149 
165 
107 


226 
159 
232 
191 


1,653 
1,242 
1,570 
1,274 






Total 


5,739 


Blanks 


189 


243 


193 


203 


178 


88 


89 


203 


1,386 



WARD 23. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


03 
O 




195 

161 

182 

69 


219 
109 
227 
249 


146 

92 

154 

182 


200 
123 
206 
206 


149 
104 
145 
169 


105 
84 
89 
51 


190 
166 
185 

85 


184 

162 

178 

40 


141 

92 

131 

102 


162 

152 

157 

41 


202 

186 

185 

61 


201 

181 

182 

57 


181 

160 

171 

73 


172 
150 
145 

77 


2,447 




1,922 


Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


2,337 
1,462 






Total 


8,168 


Blanks .... 


68 


198 


200 


210 


168 


40 


73 


30 


71 


31 


47 


69 


78 


71 


1,354 







WARD 24. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


i5 
o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. CoUins 

James A. Watson 

All others 


148 

87 

174 

120 


185 

85 

179 

128 


208 
142 
211 
129 


201 

138 

202 

90 


181 
149 
191 

86 


203 
141 
199 
139 


252 

205 

255 

80 


276 
211 
282 
150 
4 


244 
203 
239 

128 


251 
223 

278 
118 


246 
178 
236 
128 


216 
164 
219 
129 


2,611 
1,926 
2,665 
1,425 
4 


Total 
























8,631 


Blanks 


101 


68 


87 


47 


71 


80 


81 


133 


113 


90 


112 


130 


1,113 







Election Department. 



201 



Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 25. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


IS 

o 


John J. Attridge 

Lewis J. Hewitt 

Walter L. Collins 


108 

118 

102 

54 

2 


171 

174 

161 

43 


104 

108 

93 

66 


105 

99 

114 

87 


197 

187 

184 

61 


153 

162 

142 

90 


210 

194 

201 

58 


166 
162 
157 
116 


150 
171 
151 

84 


141 
152 
144 

58 


1,505 

1,527 

1,449 

717 

2 


James A. Watson 

All others 
























Total 


5,200 

782 


Blanks 


48 


51 


57 


63 


61 


89 


69 


137 


113 


84 



WARD 26. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 


John J. Attridge 


100 
88 
93 
41 


130 
122 
115 
42 


170 

141 

166 

70 


188 

178 

163 

52 


99 

48 
95 
81 


130 

103 

126 

59 


109 

77 

108 

72 


926 
757 


Walter L. Collins 

James A. Watson 


866 
417 


Total 


2,966 


Blanks 


50 


38 


59 


64 


70 


44 


69 


394 







Total Votes Cast for City Council, City Election, 1913. 

John J. Attridge 33,974 

Lewis J. Hewitt 23,845 

Walter L. Collins 32,790 

James A. Watson 24,693 

All others 26 

Total 115,328 

Blanks 25,201 



202 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 1. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


54 
94 


50 
121 


85 
185 


68 
132 


86 
103 


120 
63 


106 
140 


96 

162 

1 


86 
121 


751 

1,121 

1 




















Total 


1,873 


Blanks 


2 


4 


18 


4 


7 


14 


18 


13 


8 


88 



WARD 2. 





Precincts. 


.S 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


S 

o 


Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


79 
60 


50 
37 


98 
82 


80 
50 


63 
60 


83 
81 


96 
80 


109 
65 
12 


658 

515 

12 




















Total 


1,185 


Blanks 


12 


7 


8 


10 


3 


14 


12 


8 


74 



WARD 3. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 




86 
92 


100 
91 


133 
104 


123 
100 


128 
81 


93 
64 

1 


663 


Frances G. Curtis 


532 
1 
















Total 


1,196 




8 


13 


13 


28 


21 


18 


101 







WARD 4. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Isaac Harris 


83 

65 

2 


69 
65 


89 
84 


91 
54 


74 
41 


48 
40 


454 


Frances G. Curtis 

All others 


349 
2 
















Total 


805 


Blanks 


11 


1 


14 


9 


7 


8 


50 



Election Department. 



203 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 5. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


53 
O 




88 
84 


132 
126 


79 
57 


43 

48 


100 
69 


78 
61 


520 


Frances G. Curtis 


445 


Total 


965 


Blanks 


10 


17 


8 


9 


6 


6 


56 







WARD 6. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 
Eh 


Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


60 
18 


58 
41 


103 
43 


82 
24 


74 
60 


49 
90 


116 

47 


62 
29 


604 
352 


Total 


956 


Blanks 


6 


15 


8 


13 


11 


2 


8 


18 


81 



WARD 7. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Isaac Harris ... 


20 
30 


48 
52 


77 
86 


52 
68 


62 

42 


34 
37 


293 


Frances G. Curtis 


315 


Total 


608 


Blanks 


4 


2 


13 


6 


10 


10 


45 







W^ARD 8. 









Precincts. 










I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


247 
17 


169 
73 


145 
137 


346 
51 


203 
41 


225 
99 


1,334 
418 


Total 


1,752 


Blanks 


8 


18 


10 


28 


12 


17 


93 



204 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 9. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 
Eh 




164 
70 


131 
112 


108 
41 


150 

88 


88 
102 


75 
132 


90 

74 


806 


Frances G. Curtis 


619 


Total 


1,425 




6 


24 


9 


18 


8 


21 


15 


101 







WARD 10. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


4 
o 




58 
55 


35 
86 


43 
98 


35 
64 


21 
59 


31 
93 


78 
269 

1 


62 
194 


71 
305 


434 


Frances G. Curtis 


1,223 
1 






















Total 


1,658 


Blanks 


9 


4 


4 


2 


6 


7 


8 


7 


2 


49 



WARD 11. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


"3 
o 




55 

182 

1 


94 
36 


76 
199 


28 
369 


7 
284 


15 

185 


19 
236 


12 
306 


48 
398 


354 


Frances G. Curtis 


2,195 
1 






















Total 


2,550 


Blanks 


6 


5 


7 


9 


2 


1 


1 


1 


7 


39 



WARD 12. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 




Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


61 
154 


39 
150 


56 

87 


69 
139 


57 
103 


129 
114 


143 
108 


554 
855 


Total. 


1,409 


Blanks 


7 


6 


4 


10 


8 


18 


9 


62 



Election Depaetment. 



205 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 13. 





Phecincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


c3 
O 


Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis 


73 
57 


49 
40 


53 
32 


82 
60 


88 
79 


75 
60 


108 
43 


88 
45 


616 
406 


Total 


1,022 


Blanks 


3 


4 


9 


14 


8 


16 


10 


5 


69 



WARD 14. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 
E-i 




119 
99 


123 

87 


98 
62 


112 

84 


117 
123 


71 
102 


126 
104 


129 

136 

1 


895 


Frances G. Curtis 


797 


All others 


1 




















Total 


1,693 
103 


Blanks 


12 


17 


11 


11 


18 


5 


16 


13 





WARD 15. 





Pbecincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 


Isaac Harris 


49 
40 


110 
73 

1 


92 
69 


90 
62 


127 
115 


96 
115 


113 
123 


96 
105 


773 


Frances G. Curtis 

All others 


702 
1 




















Total 


1,476 
93 


Blanks 


3 


11 


10 


11 


15 


12 


19 


12 



WARD 16. 





Phecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 




56 
65 


113 
119 


181 
162 


102 
163 


109 

172 

1 


80 
233 


195 
152 


836 




1,066 
1 


All others 


















Total 


1,903 
94 


Blanks 


12 


20 


21 


11 


11 


6 


13 



206 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 17. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 




83 
32 


112 
62 


76 
115 

1 


163 
180 


88 
63 


79 
61 


135 
106 


187 
133 


122 
114 


1,045 


Frances G. Curtis 


866 
1 






















Total 


1,912 


Blanks 


2 


12 


9 


12 


10 


11 


12 


20 


16 


104 



WARD 18. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


C3 

o 
Eh 




140 
93 


75 
69 


69 
76 


112 
79 


228 
97 


234 
138 


858 




552 






Total 


1,410 




13 


12 


9 


12 


17 


35 


98 







WARD 19. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 
O 




163 
140 


103 

56 


206 

82 


170 
98 


105 

87 


149 

115 

1 


231 
136 


191 
137 


133 
98 


1,451 


Frances G. Curtis 


949 
1 






















Total 


2,401 


Blanks 


26 


11 


16 


18 


22 


20 


21 


24 


18 


176 



WARD 20. 



Isaac Harris 

Frances G. Curtis. 
All others 



Total. 
Blanks .... 



120 

184 



12 



123 
169 



18 



Precincts. 



166 
198 



23 



127 
202 



15 



153 

160 

2 



27 



120 

128 
1 



104 

258 
1 



82 
330 



93 

218 
1 



10. 



133 
241 



12 



232 
128 



89 
258 



10 



13. 



137 

124 

1 



14. 



159 
194 



IS. 



316 

70 

2 



16. 



137 

228 



Election Department. 



207 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 
WARD 21. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


c3 
O 




87 
165 


104 
106 


104 
150 


63 

187 


87 
139 


70 
203 


87 

148 

2 


121 

221 


115 
173 


100 
121 


202 
115 


73 
131 


1,213 


mces G. Curtis 


1,859 
2 




























Total . 


3,074 




7 


22 


9 


10 


7 


8 


7 


7 


10 


5 


10 


8 


110 







WARD 22. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 




160 
266 


144 
166 


120 
70 


146 
209 


Ill 
151 


85 
232 


85 
223 


164 
191 


1,015 


Frances G. Curtis 


1,508 


Total 


2,523 




19 


18 


21 


24 


14 


13 


9 


13 


131 







WARD 23. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


03 
O 




82 
212 


231 
101 

1 


175 
91 


190 
137 


131 
124 


32 
99 


SO 


39 


87 
97 


31 
196 


62 

185 


69 
205 


58 
170 


53 

174 


1,320 




164 


210 


2,165 








1 
































Total 


3,486 




4 


17 


8 


12 


11 


5 


7 


1 


5 


2 


6 


5 


5 


4 


92 




1 



WARD 24. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


'• 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13 

■4.3 
O 


ac Harris 


85 
114 


88 
107 


Ill 
165 


69 
169 


72 
171 


87 
170 


94 

215 

1 


Ill 
250 


126 
195 


113 

228 


99 
234 


107 
189 


1,162 
2,207 




1 


Total 


























3,370 


inks 


20 


42 


12 


15 


8 


9 


15 


12 


8 


17 


12 


11 


181 



































208 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 

WARD 25. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


03 


■ 


55 
100 


64 
169 


61 

87 


89 
70 

1 


69 
204 


104 
128 


71 
232 


125 
149 


101 
152 


77 
136 


816 


Frances G. Curtis 


1,427 
1 
























Total 


2,244 


Blanks 


5 


2 


6 


3 


7 


7 


11 


12 


3 


3 


59 



WARD 26. 





Pbecincts. 


,2 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 




33 

85 


36 
119 


59 
150 


47 
165 


87 
42 


59 
102 


75 

75 


396 




738 






Total. 


1,134 




9 


1 


3 


7 


7 


4 


7 


38 







Total Votes Cast for School Committee, City Election, 1913. 

Totals. 

Isaac Harris 22,112 

Frances G. Curtis 27,241 

All others 36 



Total . 
Blanks . . . 



49,389 
2,393 



Election Department. 



209 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted?" City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD I. 



Yes. . . 
No.... 

Blanks 



Phecincts. 



20 



169 
54 



20 



142 
27 



164 
13 



13 



155 
10 



19 



219 
18 



228 
23 



165 
22 



21 



1,422 
212 



WARD 2. 



Yes. . . 
No.... 

Blanks 



Precincts. 



125 
3 



162 
11 



111 
10 



113 
3 



144 
10 



159 
14 



12 



154 
9 

19 



1,039 
71 



103 



WARD 3. 



Yes..., 
No.... 

Blanks. 



137 
20 



Precincts. 



173 
14 



185 
32 



197 
11 



183 
20 



15 



11 



1,025 
106 



79 



WARD 4. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 
Eh 


Yes 


130 
15 

12 


105 
13 

11 


140 


122 


102 
9 

10 


76 
8 

7 


675 


No 


18 
15 


13 
9 


76 


Blanks 


64 







210 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted?" City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD 5. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
O 


Yes 


139 
27 

10 


207 
32 

23 


121 
9 

9 


77 
8 

11 


149 
11 

12 


125 

7 

8 


818 


No 


94 




73 







WARD 6. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


O 


Yes 

No 


72 
2 

10 


80 
8 

20 


122 
16 

14 


91 

8 

19 


106 
17 

19 


101 
24 

9 


139 

7 

22 


82 

7 

17 


793 
89 




130 







WARD 7. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


1 
o 


Yes 


37 
9 

6 


73 

8 

9 


132 
15 

18 


98 
10 

13 


97 

7 

4 


63 
5 

7 


600 


No 


54 




57 







WARD 8. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


"3 
o 
Eh 


Yes 


215 
13 

42 


225 
12 

20 


195 
46 

30 


319 
17 

77 


213 
8 

26 


266 
19 

36 


1,433 


No 


115 




231 







Election Department. 



211 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted ? " City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD 9. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


c3 
O 


Yes 


193 

18 

26 


217 
14 

31 


115 
13 

29 


222 
15 

16 


158 
18 

13 


175 
27 

15 


146 
11 

19 


1,226 


No 


116 


Blanks 


149 



WARD 10. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


c3 
1 


Yes 


99 
9 

10 


92 
15 

11 


98 
18 

12 


77 
10 

9 


56 

8 

13 


81 
17 

21 


160 
107 

35 


151 
50 

26 


144 
79 

34 


958 


No 


313 


Blanks 


171 







WARD 11. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 
H 


Yes 


140 
35 

22 


102 
6 

25 


149 
39 

25 


117 
115 

39 


58 
102 

30 


47 
60 

22 


47 
98 

19 


51 
127 

22 


131 
159 

50 


842 


No 

Blanks 


740 
254 



WARD 12. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


3 

o 


Yes 


140 
37 

15 


104 
32 

8 


106 
13 

13 


152 
33 

21 


101 

27 

19 


205 
22 

26 


208 
18 

14 


1,016 


No 


182 


Blanks 


116 







212 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted?" City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD 13. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


C3 

1 


Yea 


112 
9 

11 


74 
5 

14 


80 
5 

7 


123 
10 

18 


146 
13 

13 


109 
14 

9 


133 
10 

14 


119 
12 

5 


896 


No 


78 




91 







WARD 14. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 




Yes 


182 
20 

11 


185 
18 

16 


129 
17 

14 


167 
21 

4 


197 
14 

11 


124 
19 

14 


186 
29 

11 


207 
26 

22 


1,377 


No 


164 


Blanks 


103 







WARD 15. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 




Yes 

No 


82 
5 

5 


164 
21 

3 


137 
10 

11 


119 
19 

7 


197 
18 

17 


147 
36 

8 


199 
29 

11 


173 
15 

11 


1,218 
153 




73 







WARD 16. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


^ 
^ 


Yes 


Ill 

8 

9 


202 
20 

16 


298 

27 

27 


208 
25 

19 


197 
48 

20 


147 
72 

30 


261 
37 

33 


1,424 


No 


237 




154 







Election Department. 



213 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted?" City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD 17. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


Yes 


103 
4 

7 


155 
11 

18 


131 

24 

23 


244 
36 

27 


136 

7 

13 


123 
12 

12 


212 
22 

11 


305 
16 

18 


184 
33 

19 


1,593 


No 


165 




148 









WARD 18 


• 
















Pbecincts. 


^ 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 


199 
16 

19 


126 
12 

17 


118 
20 

7 


156 
22 

15 


285 
22 

25 


312 

37 

33 


1,196 


No 


129 




116 







WARD 19. 











Pbecincts. 








-3 




»■ 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


Yes 


261 
36 

20 


133 

17 

14 


259 
21 

12 


240 
19 

18 


156 
25 

16 


237 

22 

15 


317 

24 

30 


288 
29 

21 


209 
21 

11 


2,100 


No 


214 




157 

















WARD 20. 






















Precincts. 






.. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 

241 
64 

29 


1 


Yes 


220 
45 

22 


229 
38 

24 


263 
57 

27 


210 
71 

18 


262 
35 

33 


205 
24 

21 


216 
83 

39 


164 
118 

36 


206 
68 

26 


186 
108 

38 


228 
50 

40 


207 
68 

28 


174 
39 

31 


269 
38 

17 


250 
45 

64 


3,530 
951 


No 


Blanks 


493 

















214 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall the Provisions of Section 42 of Chapter 
514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours shall Constitute a 
Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and Mechanics Employed by the 
City, be Accepted? " City Election, 1913. 

WARD 21. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


C3 
O 


Yes 


162 
34 

24 


176 
16 

18 


179 
27 

28 


152 

44 

20 


135 

46 

18 


141 
62 

21 


175 

28 

22 


155 

86 

38 


142 
65 

19 


133 
40 

20 


185 
55 

34 


139 
26 

10 


1,874 


No 


529 




272 







WARD 22. 





Pbecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


C3 
1 


Yes 


290 

72 

44 


256 
35 

29 


180 
17 

10 


250 215 
66 30 

37 21 


153 
68 

35 


134 

74 

22 


269 
42 

26 


1,747 


No 


404 




224 











WARD 23. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


C3 
O 


Yes 

No 

Blanks... 


119 
91 

15 


276 
37 

21 


211 
32 

15 


263 
37 

15 


209 
21 

15 


83 
28 

12 


182 
38 

13 


91 

72 

35 


146 
21 

12 


91 
73 

17 


136 
66 

25 


139 

68 

23 


149 
54 

18 


145 
38 

22 


2,240 
676 

258 



WARD 24. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


1 


Yes 

No 


156 
35 

19 


177 
25 

13 


201 
39 

19 


156 
53 

17 


161 
45 

20 


191 
39 

24 


202 
63 

26 


262 
62 

28 


239 
44 

26 


225 
71 

24 


201 
70 

29 


212 
43 

31 


2,383 
589 




276 







Election Department. 



215 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall the Provisions of Section 42 
of Chapter 514 of the Acts of 1909, Providing that Eight Hours 
shall Constitute a Day's Work for all Laborers, Workmen and 
Mechanics Employed by the City, be Accepted? " City 
Election, 1913. 

WARD 25. 





Precincts. 






1. 


3. 


3. 


4. 


S. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


03 

e2 


Yes 


107 
26 

11 


128 
51 

21 


115 
19 

12 


128 
15 

13 


147 
64 

19 


155 
39 

18 


159 
56 

29 


183 
40 

23 


162 
35 

26 


142 
38 

13 


1,426 


No 


383 




185 







WARD 26. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


03 
O 


Yes 


92 
18 

14 


100 
29 

20 


135 
55 

12 


122 
53 

40 


106 
10 

15 


112 

27 

15 


116 
18 

11 


783 


No 


210 
127 






Totals [Yes 


35,534 


for ] No. 


7,050 




4,259 





















Proportion of men registered who voted on the question, 38 per cent. 



216 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City?" 

City Election, 1913. 



WARD 1. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


in 
o 
Eh 


Yes 


79 

47 

5 


81 
53 

5 


143 
91 

9 


no 

65 

8 


124 

47 

9 


144 
26 

14 


192 
56 

7 


172 
81 

13 


154 

47 

7 


1,199 


No 


513 




77 







WARD 2. 





Pkecincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


o 


Yes 


106 
34 

6 


71 
15 

4 


139 
41 

2 


103 
21 

12 


87 
34 

4 


112 

47 

8 


123 
49 

13 


127 
35 

20 


868 


No 


276 


Blanks 


69 







WARD 3. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


03 
1 


Yes 


105 

58 

5 


135 

57 

6 


157 
55 

16 


161 
56 

11 


151 

67 

10 


123 

45 

2 


832 


No 


328 


Blanks 


50 







WARD 4. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 


109 
41 

7 


87 
39 

3 


121 
45 

7 


96 

44 

4 


78 
35 

8 


74 
14 

3 


565 


No 


218 




32 







Election Department. 



217 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? " 

City Election, 1913. 

WARD 5. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 

No 

Blanks 


125 
48 

3 


178 
73 

11 


102 
33 

4 


66 
27 

3 


122 
43 

7 


104 
30 

^6 


697 
254 

34 



WARD 6. 





Precincts. 






















c^ 
























1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


S. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


^ 


Yea 


67 


81 


116 


91 


110 


90 


139 


67 


761 


No 


10 


16 


26 


18 


26 


41 


7 


21 


165 


Blanka 


7 


11 


10 


9 


6 


3 


22 


18 


86 



WARD 7. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


3 

o 


Yes 


41 
11 


70 
16 

4 


121 
33 

11 


78 
36 

7 


81 
20 

7 


49 
21 

6 


440 


No 


137 


Blanks 


34 









WARD 8. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 


205 
39 

26 


197 
48 

12 


190 
73 

8 


295 
57 

61 


192 
32 

23 


238 
60 

23 


1,317 
309 


No 


Blanks 


153 







218 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City?" 

City Election, 1913. 



WARD 9. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


,. 


o 


Yes 


172 
47 

18 


188 
53 

21 


98 
32 

27 


175 
66 

12 


126 

57 

6 


139 
70 

8 


123 

40 

13 


1,021 


No 


365 




105 







WARD 10. 





PBECINCT3. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


03 


Yes 

No 


86 
27 

5 


77 
34 

7 


78 
43 

7 


66 
26 

4 


54 
19 

4 


78 
34 

7 


207 
85 

10 


160 
60 

7 


171 
83 

3 


977 
411 


Blanks 


54 



WARD 11. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 




Yes 


106 
80 

11 


98 
21 

13 


145 
63 

5 


176 
83 

12 


146 
37 

7 


99 
25 

5 


130 
32 

2 


159 
34 

7 


248 
75 

17 


1,307 


No 


450 




79 







WARD 12. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


03 
O 


Yes 


132 

54 

6 


88 
56 


83 
46 

3 


143 
60 

3 


84 
63 

10 


175 
63 

15 


150 

86 

4 


855 


No 


418 




41 







Election Department. 



219 



Votes Cast on the Question: " Shall Licenses be Granted for the 

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City?" 

City Election, 1913. 



WARD 13. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
1 


Yes 


87 
37 

8 


68 
19 

6 


59 
33 


93 

51 

7 


113 
52 

7 


83 
45 

4 


115 
40 

2 


94 
38 

4 


712 


No 


315 
38 







WARD 14. 





Precincts. 


m 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


O 


Yes 

No 


140 
57 

16 


158 

58 

3 


101 
50 

9 


138 
50 

4 


145 
68 

9 


100 
51 

6 


138 
83 

5 


170 

78 

7 


1,090 
495 

59 


Blanks 



WARD 15. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
1 


Yes 


66 
23 

3 


139 
45 

4 


Ill 
41 

6 


98 
44 

3 


153 
70 

9 


117 
66 

8 


160 

74 

5 


130 
63 

6 


974 
426 

44 


No 









WARD 16. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


"3 
o 


Yes 


89 
34 

5 


162 
69 

7 


255 

84 

13 


159 

84 

9 


163 
94 

8 


141 
93 

15 


234 

84 

13 


1,203 
542 


No 


Blanks 


70 







220 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall Licenses be Granted for the 
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? " 
City Election, 1913. 



WARD 17. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


(S 

o 


Yes 


84 
27 

3 


126 
46 

12 


122 

47 

9 


187 
103 

17 


103 

45 

8 


100 
37 

10 


162 
71 

12 


241 
83 

15 


159 
68 

9 


1,284 
527 

95 


No 


Blanks 





WARD 18. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


o 


Yes 


171 
50 

13 


97 
50 

8 


96 
46 

3 


132 
53 

8 


217 
103 

12 


255 
106 

21 


968 
408 

65 


No 


Blanks 





WARD 19. 



- 


Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


o 


Yes. 


215 

87 

15 


116 
39 

9 


207 

74 

11 


197 
69 

11 


125 
65 

7 


193 

74 

7 


276 
78 

17 


174 
55 

109 


186 
50 

5 


1,689 
591 

191 


No 


Blanks 









WARD 20. 



Precincts. 



5. 6. 7. 8 



10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16 



Yes... 
Mo.... 

Blanks 



174 
106 



190 
94 



231 
97 



153 
136 



10 



183 
131 



16 



149 
94 



155 
172 



11 



143 
165 



159 
133 



189 
129 



14 



211 

87 



20 



183 
115 



174 

58 



12 



198 
113 



13 



268 
62 



29 



202 
125 



Election Department. 



221 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall Licenses be Granted for the Sale of 
Intoxicating Liquors in this City? " 
City Election, 1913. 

WARD 21. 















Precincts. 
















1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


03 
O 


Yes 


125 
86 

9 


150 

45 

15 


157 
62 

15 


110 
99 

7 


124 
66 

9 


107 
111 

6 


139 

72 

14 


182 

84 

13 


152 
60 

14 


130 

58 

5 


199 
59 

16 


112 
55 

8 


1,687 


No 

Blanks 


857 
131 



WARD 22. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


03 
O 


Yes 


306 


240 


153 


229 


199 


160 


127 


245 


1,659 


No 


91 


68 


47 


106 


60 


90 


97 


78 


637 


Blanks 


9 


12 


7 


18 


7 


6 


6 


14 


79 



WARD 23. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


c3 
O 


Yes 


148 


227 


173 


197 


147 


41 


97 


63 


110 


87 


73 


58 


78 


89 


1,588 


No 


74 


95 


76 


107 


88 


80 


134 


126 


66 


91 


149 


168 


143 


115 


1,512 


Blanks. . 


3 


12 


9 


11 


10 


2 


2 


9 


3 


3 


5 


4 




1 


74 



WARD 24. 





Precincts. 






I. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


O 


Yes 


Ill 

89 

10 


110 
96 

9 


138 
114 

7 


119 
100 

7 


106 
108 

12 


129 
113 

12 


88 
196 

7 ■ 


180 
155 

17 


163 
140 

6 


125 
191 

4 


150 
147 

3 


145 
131 

10 


1,564 


No 


1,580 


Blanks 


104 







222 



City Document No. 13. 



Votes Cast on the Question: "Shall Licenses be Granted for the 
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors in this City? " 
City Election, 1913. 

WARD 25. 





Precincts. 






1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


o 


Yes 

No 


88 
48 

8 


119 
73 

8 


88 
50 

8 


106 

45 

5 


135 
93 

2 


142 
62 

8 


155 

77 

12 


160 

77 

9 


141 

74 

8 


120 
67 

6 


1,254 
666 


Blanks 


74 



WARD 26. 





Precincts. 


.3 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


o 


Yes 

No 


62 
59 

3 


71 
75 

3 


77 
116 

9 


72 
133 

10 


91 
36 

4 


71 

78 

5 


94 
47 

4 


538 
544 


Blanks 


38 



Totals fYes 30,011 

for mo 14,761 

city. [Blanks 2,071 



Proportion of men registered who voted on the license question, 40 per cent. 



Election Department. 



223 



Number of Men Registered Who Voted 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON VOTING 

LISTS), 

City Election, 1913. 



Precincts., 



1. 



131 
146 
168 
157 
176 
84 
52 
270 
237 
118 
197 
192 
132 
213 
92 
128 
114 
234 
317 
287 
220 
406 
225 
210 
144 
124 



139 
90 
198 
129 
262 
108 
90 
257 
262 
118 
132 
144 
93 
219 
188 
238 
184 
155 
164 
291 
210 
320 
334 
215 
200 
149 



243 
182 
228 
173 
139 
152 
165 
271 
157 
128 
213 
132 
92 
160 
158 
352 
178 
145 
292 
347 
234 
207 
258 
259 
146 
202 



183 
136 
228 
144 

96 
118 
121 
413 
253 

96 
271 
206 
151 
192 
145 
252 
307 
193 
277 
299 
216 
353 
315 
226 
156 
215 



5. 6. 7. 



180 
125 
218 
121 
172 
142 
108 
247 
189 
77 
190 
147 
172 
222 
232 
265 
156 
332 
197 
330 
199 
266 
245 
226 
230 
131 



184 
167 
170 

91 
140 
134 

75 
321 
217 
119 
129 
253 
132 
157 
191 
249 
147 
382 
274 
250 
224 
256 
123 
254 
212 
154 



255 
185 



168 



176 
302 
164 
240 
157 
226 
239 
331 
245 



371 

338 
225 
230 
233 
291 
244 
145 



266 
182 



106 



227 
200 



136 
255 
199 



339 



338 
318 
279 
337 
198 
352 
246 



208 



257 
340 



236 



241 
300 
226 



179 
309 
223 



10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16 



332 
193 



181 
320 
193 



318 
274 



227 
300 



303 

175 



230 
286 



244 



221 



324 



205 



359 



334 



Total 46,843 



<v c o 



i'zo 



1,789 
1,213 
1,210 
815 
985 
1,012 
611 
1,779 
1,491 
1,442 
1,836 
1,314 
1,065 
1,644 
1,444 
1,815 
1,906 
1,441 
2,471 
4,974 
2,675 
2,375 
3,174 
3,248 
1,994 
1,120 



Average per cent of men registered who voted, 42. 



224 



City Document No. 13. 



Number of Women Registered Who Voted for School Committee 

(AS BY PRECINCT OFFICERS' RETURNS OF NAMES CHECKED ON VOTING 

LIST), 

City Election, 1913. 



Wards. 


Pbbcincts. 




'g'S 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 


7. 


8. 


9. 


10. 


11. 


12. 


13. 


14. 


15. 


16. 




1 


19 
5 

18 
4 
6 


36 
4 
@ 
6 

13 
6 

12 
3 
5 
7 
3 

51 

8 

7 

14 

2 

1 

6 

19 

22 

8 

16 

22 

35 

7 


45 

6 
22 
14 

5 

2 
11 
21 

1 
17 
69 
15 

2 
11 
13 
12 
23 

9 
12 
40 
29 

4 
16 
29 

8 
10 


21 

4 

23 

10 

4 

1 

5 

11 

3 

5 

135 

12 

5 

15 

18 

24 

48 

10 

9 

45 

44 

26 

24 

27 

7 

4 


16 

1 

12 

1 

3 

3 

6 

9 

9 

9 

103 

21 

3 

36 

25 

28 

5 

10 

17 

12 

34 

10 

21 

25 

50 

5 


13 

11 

6 

5 

5 

7 

6 

20 

11 

12 

72 

8 

9 

21 

32 

70 

4 

25 

11 

8 

57 

74 

13 

12 

27 

11 


9 
3 


6 
12 


7 
















172 

46 

87 

40 

36 

25 

42 

66 

35 

265 

753 

157 

26 

152 

125 

182 

110 

67 

106 

591 

509 

279 

404 

303 

309 

52 


43 


2 
















38 


3 


















21 


4 . 






















14 


5 






















15 


6 


3 


3 


















35 


7 


2 

2 

3 

4 

47 

30 

1 

17 


















38 


8 .. 






















61 


9 


3 

54 
92 
20 

4 
20 
16 
29 

8 




















35 


10 


36 

119 


121 
113 
















55 


11 
















69 


12 
















47 


13 


2 
24 
14 


















25 


14 


















37 


15 


- 
















29 


16 


5 

3 
12 
12 
29 
39 
39 
73 

9 
16 

3 


















46 


17 


1 


16 
















42 


18 
















40 


19 


17 
36 
19 
87 
18 
34 
70 
12 


14 
102 
70 
31 
52 
21 
40 


8 
23 
72 
















24 


JO 


54 
33 


48 
53 


54 
37 


28 


16 


37 


40 


44 


n 


54 


!2 










53 


23 


10 
20 
33 


48 
38 
23 


26 
45 


49 
21 


12 


26 






52 


M 






40 


!5 










48 


!6 














19 
























Total 


4,939 
















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SPECIAL PEIMARY, JANUARY 28, 1913. 
SPECIAL ELECTION, EEBRUARY 11, 1918. 



226 



City Document No. 13. 



Democratic Votes Cast at Special State Primary, January 28, 1913. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 



Ward 3. 



Edward J. Coughlin. . . 

Joseph Farren 

Henry J. McLaughlin . 
George W. Mooney . . . 

George J. Roe 

Peter F. Tague 

William H. Winnett. . , 



Precincts. 



1. 3. 3. 



5 
13 
51 

5 

44 

104 

44 



4 
4 

93 
8 

44 
111 

18 



Totals. 



61 
72 
335 
35 
296 
600 
241 



BaUots cast 137 273 271 340 287 260 1,568 



No Progressive Party Ballots were cast at Special State Primary, 
January 28, 1913, for Representative in General Court. 

Republican Votes Cast at Special State Primary, January 28, 1913. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 



Ward 3. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 




James L. Hourihan 

All others 


20 


5 
2 


8 


1 


6 


2 


42 
2 


















20 


7 


8 


1 


6 


2 


44 







Votes Cast at Special State Election, February 11, 1913. 

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT. 



Ward 3. 


Precincts. 


Totals. 




1. 


2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 




Daniel T. Callahan (Progressive Citizens' 
Nomination Paper) 


33 

18 
57 


78 
132 


65 

5 

152 


82 

2 

191 


74 

2 

165 


94 

1 

138 


426 
28 


Peter F. Tague (Democratic) 


835 






Blanks 








4 
279 


1 
242 


233 


5 




108 


210 


222 


1,294 







Election Department. 227 



Inventoey of Property Belonging to the Election 
Department. 

29 Voting booths, made of corrugated steel, built in 1897 and 1898, 9 of which are stored 
on lot on D street. South Boston; 8 on lot on Ritchie street, Roxbury; 6 on lot at 
Austin avenue, East Boston; 1 on city lot at Vine Street Church; 1 at South Street 
yard, Jamaica Plain, and 4 on various leased lots. 

49 Wooden voting booths, built in 1898, 1901, 1903 and 1905 as permanent structures, 
18 of which are stored on lot at D street; 18 on lot at Ritchie street; 1 in school 
yard at Tileston street, Dorchester; 1 at Reservoir lot. East Boston; 1 at Public 
Works Department yard. Chestnut HiU avenue. Ward 25, and 10 on various leased 
lots. 

33 Wooden booths, known as " knock-down "- booths, 1 of which is located in Adams 
School yard, Dorchester; the remainder on various leased lots. 

To each booth belong raiUngs and voting compart- 
ments, tables, chairs, stove and other necessary furnish- 
ings and voting paraphernalia. The department now 
owns 2,280 chairs, 750 tables, 530 voting compartments 
and 1,090 wooden horses for the same, 250 stools for 
ballot boxes, 198 counting boards, 112 stoves, 1,370 
leatheroid boxes, canvas envelopes, and the required 
lamps, coal hods, shovels, pokers, coal barrels and 
other minor equipment for voting booths, also voting 
compartments received from Hyde Park. 

185 Federal ballot boxes, used at elections. 
25 United States ballot boxes, used at primaries and elections and as "extras." 
25 Standard ballot boxes, formerly used at caucuses, and now used as "extras" at pri- 
maries and elections. 
29 Acme ballot boxes, as "extras." 
9 Gravity ballot boxes. 
4 Improved Federal ballot boxes. 
3 Hub ballot boxes. 
16 Perfection ballot boxes. 

1 Ideal ballot box, from Hyde Park. 

2 Dean ballot machines. 

Two hundred and fourteen of the above ballot boxes 
are kept at 100 Summer street, the remainder at the 
storehouse in South Boston, where are also 241 old 
ballot boxes not answering the present requirements 
of the law, but placed at each polling place at elections 
for temporary use in case of emergency; also 108 old 
revolving ballot boxes. 

Office furniture at 100 Summer street, used in the 
offices of the department, consisting of 9 roll-top desks, 
8 swivel chairs for same and 29 smaller swivel chairs, 
2 library tables and 8 oak armchairs, 2 atlas cases, 
5 card index cabinets, 2 roll-front document cases, 
bookcases and books, 3 coat racks, 4 long tables, 3 
counters, 2 office settees, 1 typewriting table, 1 table 
desk, 7 small tables, 4 clocks, 2 typewriting machines, 
1 adding machine, stationery and required minor 
furnishings and fixtures for office purposes; 1 metal 
frame rack at vault, 88 Summer street; 1 card index 
at South Boston storehouse.