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Session Laws, House Journal, Senate Journal, Special Session, 1930
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4 LAWS OF MARYLAND. [Ch. 1

on Friday,, October 17th, 1930. All sessions of the Boards of
Registry for the registration of voters and for the revision of
the registry books shall be held between the hours of 2 P. M.
and 10 P. M. (Eastern Standard Time). No new names shall
be entered upon the registry books on the day fixed for revision.
On each of the days of registration, before separating, the
members of the said Boards of Registry representing each of
the two political parties shall make out and deliver to two of
their number of opposite politics, a list of the names and reg-
istered addresses of all those who are on the registry books as
qualified voters, who are suspected of not being qualified to
vote, which said list shall be prepared in the manner prescribed
by Section 24 of this Article. The said two officers of registra-
tion, to whom such list has been delivered, shall sign a notice
and deliver the same in person, to the address, as given in the
registry books, of each person who is upon the suspected list,
requiring such person to appear before the Board of Registry
on Friday, October 17th, 1930, and show cause, if any, why
his or her name should not be removed from, the registry books.
All such notices shall give the time of the session of the Board
of Registry on October 17th, and shall be delivered at the
addresses shown upon the registry books not later than noon on
October 17th, 1930. The mailing of the notice as provided by
Section 24 of this Article shall not be required in the revision
of the registry books in the year 1930. If any person named
on the suspected list cannot be found at the place designated
upon the registry books, the notice may be left there, if such
place can be found. At the beginning of the session for revi-
sion, the officers of registration to whom the suspected list was
delivered, shall make affidavit as to the delivery of the notices,
and the said Board shall thereupon proceed to revise the regis-
try books in accordance with the provisions of Sections 25 and
26 of this Article.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That all laws or parts
of laws, not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act shall
be applicable to the general registration of voters and the revi-
sion of the registry books in Baltimore City, for the year
1930; and all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with the provi-
sions of this Act are hereby repealed to the extent of the incon-
sistency, insofar as the same may relate to the general registra-
tion of voters and the revision of the registry books in Balti-
more City in the year 1930.



 

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