May 23, 1913
The twenty-first annual meeting of the Liverpool club proved a most harmonious one, and there was not a discordant note. A profit of £5,875 had been made on the season’s working, hence there was no need to grumble.
Chief interest centred in the election of directors, there being four candidates for the three vacancies. Messrs. William Robert Williams and Thomas Crompton were re-elected, while Edward Askew Bainbridge was also successful, Mr. John James Ramsay, who has been associated with the club from its inception, being unseated. Mr. Bainbridge was for many years a director of the Everton club, and it is passing strange to find him now chosen to appear on the Liverpool board.
(Source: Athletic News: May 26, 1913)