New Constitutionadopted in Convention August 2, 1875; & an Ordinance Prohibiting the Payment of Missing Railroad Bonds; Also the Address of the Convention to the People of the State. Election

New Constitutionadopted in Convention August 2, 1875; & an Ordinance Prohibiting the Payment of Missing Railroad Bonds; Also the Address of the Convention to the People of the State. Election : Saturday, October 30, 1875

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...county. StEO. l0. There shall be elected by the qualified voters in 98191-coun ' ' ' Y, 9-the time and places of electing representatives, a sheriff and coroner. They shall serve for two years, and until their succeB' sors be duly elected and qualified, unless sooner removed for malfeasa_nce in office, and shall b 1' 'bl ' ' _ e e igi e only four vears in any period 01 81X._ Before entering on the duties of their ofiice, they shall give security in the amount and in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. Whenever a county shall be hereafter established, the Governor shall appoint a sherifi' and a coroner therein, who shall continue in 011506 until the ne t--x succeeding general election, and until their successors shall be duly elected and qualified to Mthe "me of holdin a 0 ls err _more than nine months prior g genera election, such county court shall imme' lfdz: diately order a special election to fill the same, and the person by it in appointed shall hold ofiice until the person chosen at such election tile shall be duly qualified; otherwise, the person appointed by such ma county court shall hold oflice until the person chosen at such general. election shall be duly qualified. If any vacancy happen in the ofiice it: of coroner, the same shall be filled for the remainder of the term by re; such county court. No person elected or appointed to fill a vacancy: in either of said oifices shall thereby be rendered ineligible for the n; next succeeding term. 16! SaO. 12. The General Assembly shall, by a law uniform in its yn operation, provide for and regulate the fees of all county oflicers, and for this purpose may classify the counties by population. lr SitO. 13. The fees of no executive or ministerial ofiicer of any it...
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236944498