Statutes of the State of South Dakota; Embracing the General Laws in Force Jan. 1, 1899

Statutes of the State of South Dakota; Embracing the General Laws in Force Jan. 1, 1899 : With Digested Notes of Judicial Decisions Construing the Law Volume . 1

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ... as other election expenses. On or before the first day of September of each year in which an election is to be held, the oflicers that are now or may hereafter be charged by law with the division or alteration of election precincts, shall as far as necessary alter or divide the existing election precincts in such manner so that no election precinct shall contain more than five hundred (500) voters and they shall establish new precincts when it is deemed necessary for the convenience of electors. 2061. Ballot clerks. Ch. 60, '97. 24. At any election t-he judges of election shall designate two of said judges who shall be known as ballot clerks whose duty it shall be to deliver ballots to the qualified electors. Before delivering a ballot to any elector the judge acting as ballot clerk, shall print on its back and near the top of the ballot with the rubber or other stamp provided for the purpose the designation, "oificial ballot " and other words on said stamp as provided 1'01' ill this act. 2062. Ballots to be prepared. C11, 60, '97. 25. On receipt Oi his ballot the elector shall forthwith and without leaving the Pulling place retire alone to one of the booths provided, to prepare his ballot. He shall prepare his ballot bypmarking a cross or X before the name of the person for whom he intends to vote. After preparing his ballot the elector shall fold it so that the face of the ballot will be concealed and so that the ofiicial stamp thereon can be seen. He shall then forthwith, and before leaving the polling place, deliver the same to the judges of election who shall immediately in his presence deposit the Jame 111 the ballot-box. 2063. Questions, how submitted to the people. Ch. 60, '97....show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236888367
  • 9781236888365