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Session Laws, 1924
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4 LAWS or MARYLAND. [CH. 1

registration shall be essential to the right of voting at any elec-
tion under this Charter, but shall not be conclusive evidence of
such right to vote; all applicants for registration must be citi-
zens of the State of Maryland, and resident in the City of Cum-
berland for one year, and registered or entitled to registration
as a voter in Allgany County; said Mayor and City Council
shall in any year that an election is to be held in said city under
the Charter thereof, on or before the first Monday in February
in such year elect two persons of opposite political faith in each
precinct to act as officers of registration, who shall sit as officers
of registration at the usual polling places in each precinct on
the third and fourth Monday of February, in the year of said
election from the hours of 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. each day, and ten
days' public notice of such sitting shall be given by the City
Clerk by advertisement in at least two of the daily newspapers
of said city.

104. The Mayor and City Council of Cumberland may,
whenever, in their judgment the interests of the City of Cum-
berland so require it, elect two persons of opposite political
faith from each precinct in said city, and said persons so elect-
ed shall be registration officials in their respective precincts and
shall, on the first and second Monday and Tuesday in Febru-
ary, in any year designated by said Mayor and City Council
of Cumberland, conduct a general registration of all voters in
the precincts of said city; said registration shall be conducted
in each precinct by the person so elected at the usual city poll-
ing places in said precincts, and said registration officials shall
sit on the days indicated from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M., and shall sit
during the same hours on the third Monday in February, in
the year so designated, for purposes of revision; ten days' pub-
lic notice of such registration shall be given by the City Clerk
by advertisement in at least two of the daily newspapers of
said city, and by posting handbills in the most public places
in each precinct of said city; the books for such registration
shall be prepared by the City Clerk, and shall be substantially
the same form as those used by the Board of Supervisors of
Election for Allegany County, and except when being used for
registration or election purposes, said books shall be kept at the
City Hall in the custody of the City Clerk of said city; said
registration shall be made and corrected in the manner pro-
vided in the General Registration Laws of the State, and shall
specify the residence of the voter of each street, lane or alley,
and such registration shall be essential to the right of voting

 

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