Jewett's Manual for Election Officers and Voters in the State of New York: Containing the Consolidated Election Law, Federal and State Constitutional Provisions Concerning Elections and Elective Officers, United States Statutes Concerning Elections, Elective Officers, Citizenship, Naturalization..., as Amended to the End of the Legislative Session of 1921, Together with Annotations, Forms and Instructions

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Matthew Bender & Company, 1921 - Election law - 648 pages
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Contents

ARTICLE 4
44
Designations how made
34
Filing of designations
37
Certification by secretary of state
38
Delegates to national party conventions
39
Presidential electors r
40
Existing state and county committees continued
41
Emblems Repealed
44
Official primary ballot
45
Conduct of Official Primary Elections Canvass of Returns Section 70 Organization and conduct of official primaries
48
Qualifications of voters at official primaries
49
Challenges at official primary elections
50
Primary districts officers and polling places 1
51
Notice of official primaries
52
Restrictions as to place of primaries 53a 77 Removals from and filling vacancies in boards of primary election officers 53a 77a Duties of primary pol...
53
78a Primary pollclerks and pollbooks in cities of over one mil
54
Ballots booths books blanks and supplies
54
Delivery oLballots and manner of voting
57
Persons within the guardrail
58
Canvass of votes
59
Intent of voters
61
Proclamation and statement of result
62
Preservation of records and papers
63
Filling vacancies and determination of tie vote after pri maries filling certain vacancies in convention nominations
66
Penalty for violation
68
ARTICLE 4B t Conventions Section 110 How convention constituted vacancies
69
Organization of conventions
70
Credentials of delegates voting
71
ARTICLE
72
certain other offices
73
Independent nominations
74
Independent certificates of nomination
77
Emblems
124
Conflict in names or emblems
125
Supplying omitted emblems v 78m 127 Places of filing certain certificates of nomination
126
Times of filing independent certificates and certain other certificates of nomination
128
Certification of nominations by secretary of state
130
Publication of nominations 8r 131 Lists for tjwn clerks and iJdermen
131
Posting town and village nominations 78t 133 Declination of nomination
133
Objections to certificates of nomination
134
Filling vacancies in nominations
135
Certificates of new nominal ions
136
Death of candidate after printing of ballots official pasters
137
ARTICLE 6
115
Additional meetings for registration 80
116
Adding and erasing names on register 81
117
Register of voters 85
121
Form and contents of register in a city of over one million inhabitants 90
128
156a Provisions appjicable to registers in all election districts where registration is required to be personal
131
Preparation and distribution of registry lists investiga tion of false registration 91b2
133
Registration in cities and in villages of five thousand in habitants
135
Registration elsewhere
136
Registration for other than general elections T
80
Registration for town or village elections 32
82
Gaining or losing a residence
84
ARTICLE 8
85
Illiterate and disabled voters
86
Registration days riot holidays
87
Challenging applicants for registration
89
Investigation jnto truth of affidavits
91
174a Proof of citizenship by marriage 100
92
Certification of register
93
Custody and filing of registers after registration in cities of first class
94
Certifying changes in registers
95
Delivery of blank books for registration and enrollment certificates and instructions
96
Delivery of previous registers to inspectors
97
Penalties 105a
98
ARTICLE 7 i
100
of elections
102
Organization of board rules and reports 108b
104
Recommendations for appointment of commissioners of elections?
105
billing vacancies in board
106
Appointment of employees m
107
Duty of police to aid board of elections
108
Disposition of registers and unused ballots
109
Filing statement of canvass tally sheets and poll books
110
Transfer and custody of records devolution and continu 1 1
111
Office hours rules and regulations of board of elections 116
112
r ARTICLE 7A Commissioner of Elections in the County of Monroe Section 210 Commissioner of elections for Monroe county 118
114
Appointment qualifications and removal of commissioner 119
115
Office for commissioner 121
117
Custody of records 122
118
Purchase of supplies including voting machines expenses of commissioner 123
119
Apportionment of expenses 124
120
Publication of notices 125
121
Construction of article 126
122
ARTICLE 7B Commissioner of Elections in the County of Niagara Section 225 Commissioner of elections for Niagara county 127
123
Custody of records 130
126
Notices 130a 232 Filing papers general powers and duties of commissioner 130a 233 Purchase of supplies including veiling machines expenses of co...
127
Apportionment of expenses 130b
128
Publication of notices 130o 236 Polling places election districts et cetera 130o 237 Voting machines 130c
129
Construction of article 130d
130
Times Places Notices Officers and Expenses of Elections Section 200 Date of general election _ 131
131
Time of opening and closing polls 132
132
Filling vacancies in elective offices 133
133
Notices of ejections 134
134
Notice of submission of proposed constitutional amendments or other propositions or questions 135
135
Publication of concurrent resolutions proposed constitutional amendments and other propositions 136b
136
Creation division and alteration of election districts
136
296a Special provision as to election districts in certain con gressional districts
138
Maps and certificates of boundaries of election districts
140
Designation of places for registry and voting
141
Equipment of polling places
143
300a Display of American Hag 143a 301 Publication of list of registration and polling places 143a
143
301a Publication of list of registration and polling places in cer tain towns
145
302a Powers and duties of canvassing inspectors limited in a city of over one million inhabitants
148
Authentication of party lists 149b
148
r Examination as to qualifications 149d
148
Party selection iii the city of New York 149e 307 Oath of office certificate of appointment 149e
148
Removals vacancies transfers t _ 149f 309 Certificates of service exemption from jury duty payment 149g 310 Special penalties 149h
149
Appointment of inspectors of election in towns
150
Appointment of clerks in towns
151
Supplying vacancies and absences
152
313a Filling vacancies in board of canvassing inspectors in cities of over one million inhabitants
153
Preservation of order by inspectors
155
Voting booths and guardrails
156
Apportionment of election expenses
157
Public inspection of ballots
174
Distribution of ballots and stationery
175
Errors and omissions in ballots 175a
175
Unofficial ballots 175b
175
ARTICLE 10
176
Watchers challengers eleevioneering
178
Generr l duties of inspectors ITS 354 General dutcs of billot clerks 355 General duties of poll clerks during the taking of the vote
180
Delivery of ballots to voters
184
Assistance to disabled or illiterate voters
185
357a Assistance to physically disabled voters 185b
186
Preparation of ballots by voters intentof voters 185d
186
Manner of voting
190
When unofficial ballots may be voted _ 190b 361 Challenges 190b
190
Preliminary oath
192
364 Record of persons challenged
193
Canvass of votes preparation for canvass
194
366a Special provision as to preparation for canvass in a city of over one million inhabitants 194a
194
Comparing poll books and registers verifying number of ballots 194b
194
Method of canvassing
194
Objections to counting disposal of ballots 200b 870 Proving the tallies 200d
200
General provisions as to canvass
201
Statement of canvass to be delivered to police
202
Preservation of ballots
206
Proclamation of result
208
Delivery and filing of papers relating to the election general provisions 20ft
209
Delivery and filing of papers in the city of New York
210
Additional requirements in tW metropolitan election district Repealed I
211
Destruction of books records and papers relating to the elec tions 214d
216
ARTICLE 11
216
ARTICLE 17
216
Adoption of voting machine
217
Providing machines
218
Sample ballots
219
Number of official ballots
220
Instruction of election officers
222
Instruction of voters before election
223
Unofficial ballots
224
Independent ballots 224b
224
Location of machines guardrail 224c 410 Manner of voting 224c 411 Instructing voters 224e
224
412 IIliterate or disabled voters 224d 413 Canvass of vote and proclamation of result 224d
224
Disposition of irregular ballots and preserving the record of the machine
226
Disposition of keys opening counter compartment
227
Provision for recanvass of vote
228
Application of other articles and penal law 229a
229
When poll clerks ballot clerks general cjerks and canvassing inspectors not to be elected 229b 419 Number of voters in election districts 229b
229
Definitions
230
Saving clause
231
ARTICLE 12
232
Production of returns and tally sheets
234
Correction of clerical errors in ejection district statements
235
errors
237
Proceedings of state board of canvassers upon corrected statements of county boards
238
Mandamus to state board to canvass corrected statements of county boards
239
435 Proceedings upon corrected statements
240
Decisions of countv boards no to nersons elected
243
Tmiso of nti of mnntv boards to secretary of state and board of elections 243a
243
Organization and duties of board of canvassers of the city of New York
244
440a City boards of canvassers
245
Canvas by state board
246
Certificates ofelection
247
ARTICLE 13
248
Representatives in congress
249
Secretary of state to furnish lists of electors P
250
ARTICLE 14
251
Powers of superintendent clerks and deputies Repealed
252
Affidavits by hotel keepers holding liquor licenses Repealed 258
254
Card lists of registered electors 261a
261
Salaries and expenses Repealed 261d 488 Report to governor Repealed 261d 489 Authority of state superintendent of elections Repealed 261e
261
ARTICLE 15
262
General register of absent voters
263
Poll books and oaths _
264
Official envelopes for war ballots
267
Delivery of official war ballots poll books and envelopes
269
Lists of nominations
270
Opening of the polls
271
Organization of the polls
272
Conduct of elections
273
Count of the votes 274a
274
Returns not to be rejected because of informality of election 274c 513 Disposition of envelopes and ballots 274c
274
Canvass by inspectors of election 274g
274
515 Canvass by county board 274h
274
Canvass by state board 274i 517 Returns or statements not made and filed prior to certain dates in any year not to be canvassed 274i
274
Provisions of penal law relating to crimes against the elective franchise to apply i 274j 5 19 Filling vacancies in the office of inspector of elections 27...
274
General provisions concerning elections to apply 274k 522 Synopsis of this article to be published and distributed 274k
274
ARTICLE 15A Absentee Voters Section 523 Right of absentee voters to vote 274m 524 Application for ballots 274m
274
Determination of absentee voters amplication for ballot delivery of ballot 274n
274
Preparation of lists of candidates 274p
274
Preparation and printing of ballots names of certain can didates to be printed 274q 52S Form of absentee voters ballot 274q
274
Envelopes 274s
274
Method of voting 274u
274
Delivery of absentee voters envelopes to the inspectors canvass _ 274v
274
Objections to qualifications of absentee voter 274w
274
ARTICLE 16
275
ARTICLE
282
Special Provisions of Election Law for Year Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen
288
Special Provisions for the Year Nineteen Hundred and Eighteen
288
PART 3
308
U S Statutes Provisions Concerning Elections Elective Officers
317
Presidential elections
323
Congressional districts
357
Senate districts and apportionment of the members of assembly
365
Enumeration of the inhabitants of the state 872
372
Judicial districts
382
Provisions of penal law etc relating to crimes against the elective
385
Short title and definitions
403
State County and City Elective Officers
419
PART 8
431
PART 9
463
PART 10
483
PART 11
506
Act to Prescribe Rules for Construction of Consolidated Laws
516
Judicial review of qualifications of voter 274w
533
Clerks duties and ballot clerks returns 274x
534
Review of apportionment 379
565
Fees of election officers and others 157a 320 Delivery of election laws to clerks boards and election officers 157c
594
pathy with party
597

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