Report and Proceedings of the Senate Committee Appointed to Investigate the Police Department of the City of New York, Volume 1
J.B. Lyon, state printer, 1895 - New York (N.Y.) - 5766 pages
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Page 370 - Q. What did you tell him? A.. I told him I would not Q.
Page 234 - ... election thereat, or if the supply of official ballots shall be exhausted before the polls are closed, unofficial ballots, printed or written, made as nearly as practicable in the form of the official ballot, may be used.
Page 360 - Ross, as follows: CA Ross,. called as a witness, being duly sworn, testified as follows: Direct examination: The WITNESS. My. name is CA Ross. I am a rate expert for the Nebraska State Railway Commission, located at Lincoln, Nebr., and I have been connected with the commission for approximately 20 years, handling cases before that body and before the Interstate Commerce Commission. ******* Record 1553 : Later...
Page 284 - No person shall be admitted within the guard-rail during such period, except inspectors, poll clerks, ballot clerks, duly authorized watchers, persons admitted by the inspectors to preserve order or enforce the law, persons duly admitted for the purpose of voting; provided, however, that candidates for public office voted for at such polling place may be present at the canvass of the votes.
Page 40 - ... violating ordinances, or who may require the aid of the police, all have to contribute in substantial sums to the vast amounts which flow into the station-houses, and which, after leaving something of the nature of a deposit, then flow on higher.
Page 283 - WILMINGTON. the duties imposed upon them by this act shall have full authority to preserve order and enforce obedience to their lawful commands at and around the place of registration or election, during the time of...
Page 837 - ... that he is a man of good moral character, of sober and industrious habits, that he has never known him to be guilty or convicted of any criminal act or disorderly conduct, and each of...
Page 513 - A certificate of nomination which is in apparent conformity with the provisions of this article shall be valid, unless written objection thereto shall be filed in the office in which the certificate is filed within three days after the filing of the certificate. If such objection be filed, notice thereof shall be...