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THE

ELECTION CODE

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK;

CONTAINING SUCH

ELECTION LAWS

AS ARE IN FORCE IN 1880;

WITII

- NOTES, EXPLANATIONS, FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS.

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED IN PURSUANCE OF JOINT RESOLUTION OF SENATE AND

ASSEMBLY OF 1880, BY AND UNDER THE DIRECTION OF

JOSEPH B. CARR,

SECRETARY OF STATE,

ALBANY:
WEED, PARSONS AND COMPANY, PRINTERS.

1880.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

Authorizing the secretary of State to compile, publish and distribute the

election laws of the State. Resolved (if the Assembly concur) That the Secretary of State be and he is hereby authorized and directed to cause the election laws now in force in this State, or which may become laws at this session of the Legislature, to be compiled and published in pamphlet form, with such notes, explanations, forms and instructions as in bis opinion may be necessary; and that he cause the same, when published, to be distributed, through the several county clerks, in sufficient number to supply a copy to each of the several town clerks and inspectors of election in this State; and that the same be so distributed on or before October first, eighteen hundred and eighty.

STATE OF NEW YORK:

IN SENATE, May 25, 1880.
The above resolution was duly passed.
By order of the Senate.
JOHN W. VROOMAN,

Cerk.

STATE OF NEW YORK:

IN ASSEMBLY, May 27, 1880.
The above resolution was duly passed.
By order of the Assembly.
EDWARD M. JOHNSON,

Clerk.

The Secretary of State acknowledges his indebtedness to EDWARD WADE, Esq., of the Albany bar, for valuable assistance rendered by him in the compilation and preparation of this volume of the Election Laws.

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

entitled to the right of suffrage in the State of New York

except in the city and county of New York and the city of

Brooklyn; of the manner of ascertaining the citizens who shall

be entitled to the right of suffrage in cities of sixteen thousand

inhabitants and upwards, and the towns and villages abutting

against the boundary of any such cities; of the manner of

ascertaining the citizens of the several towns in any county of

this State, having a population of over three hundred thousand,

who shall be entitled to the right of suffrage therein and of the

manner of conducting elections, SS 158–298.

ART. 1.— Of the manner of ascertaining the citizens who shall be

entitled to the right of suffrage in the State of New York,

except in the city and county of New York and the city

of Brooklyn, $$ 158–177.

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