Public General Statutes Passed in Volume 38

Public General Statutes Passed in Volume 38

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ... in any burgh or ward does not exceed the number of vacancies, the town clerk shall, in his notice, intimate that fact, and state that there will be no poll in such burgh or ward. ' 4'1. In the event of any disqualified person being nominated, Nolyinfliiqn the town clerk shall, if the names of such person and his proposers ggfguahfied and assenters appear in the municipal register, receive the nomina-' tion paper and deal with it in the same manner as the nomination papers of qualified candidates, but if the name of such persons, or any of them, do not appear in the municipal register, he shall reject the nomination paper, and the same shall be null and void. 48, In the event of the number of persons nominated and not Number of subsequently withdrawn not exceeding the number of vacancies in gfifiggzging any burgh or ward of a burgh, the persons nominated shall be vacancies, held to be duly elected as councillors.. 49. In the event of the number of persons nominated and P011 in not subsequently withdrawn for election as councillors of any. burgh or ward of a burgh exceeding the number of vacancies, the ' election shall be carried out by a poll which shall be taken on the first Tuesday of November, under and in conformity with the 35 at as Vict. provisions of the Ballot Act, 1872, .the Elections Hours of Poll Act ' 33' Returning 50. The returning officer at the said election shall be the fi" provost of the burgh, but the acting chief magistrate shall act as returning oflicer in the event (1) of the ofiice of provost being at the time vacant; (2) of the provost being among the number of councillors falling to retire at the election, or of his term as provost expiring, or his resigning ofiice as at the date of the election; (3) of...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236861140
  • 9781236861146