Ordinance, 14 January 1843–A

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the fine shall be paid, or he or they discharged by due course of law; and the Marshal or Constable to whom the Order shall be directed, and the Jailor of the or , are hereby required to execute such Order, and receive such person or persons so committed, as though it had been issued or delivered by a Magistrate in due form of law.
Sec. 12. When the Votes shall have been examined and counted, the Clerks shall set down in their Poll Books, the name of every person voted for, written at full length, the office for which such Person received such Vote or Votes, and the number he did receive, the number being expressed in words at full length, such entry to be made as nearly as circumstances will admit, in the following form, to wit:
“At an election held at the House of [blank] in [blank] Ward in the City of in the State of on the [blank] day of [blank] in the Year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty [blank] the following named Persons received the number of Votes annexed to their respective names, for the following described Offices, to wit:
A— B.— had sixtythree Votes for Mayor.
C— D.— had thirtyfour Votes for Mayor.
E— F.— had sixtyone Votes for Alderman.
G— H.— had sixty votes for Alderman.
I— K.— had forty Votes for Alderman.
L— M.— had seventy Votes for Counsellor, (and in the same manner for any other names or offices voted for.)
Certified by us A— B—)
C— D—) Judges of the Election.
E— F—)
Attest G— H—)
I— K—) Clerks of the Election.”
The Judges of the election shall then enclose and Seal one of the Poll Books, under cover, directed to the Recorder of the , and the packet thus sealed shall be [p. 136]
the fine shall be paid, or he or they discharged by due course of law; and the Marshal or Constable to whom the Order shall be directed, and the Jailor of the or , are hereby required to execute such Order, and receive such person or persons so committed, as though it had been issued or delivered by a Magistrate in due form of law.
Sec. 12. When the Votes shall have been examined and counted, the Clerks shall set down in their Poll Books, the name of every person voted for, written at full length, the office for which such Person received such Vote or Votes, and the number he did receive, the number being expressed in words at full length, such entry to be made as nearly as circumstances will admit, in the following form, to wit:
“At an election held at the House of [blank] in [blank] Ward in the City of in the State of on the [blank] day of [blank] in the Year of Our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty [blank] the following named Persons received the number of Votes annexed to their respective names, for the following described Offices, to wit:
A— B.— had sixtythree Votes for Mayor.
C— D.— had thirtyfour Votes for Mayor.
E— F.— had sixtyone Votes for Alderman.
G— H.— had sixty votes for Alderman.
I— K.— had forty Votes for Alderman.
L— M.— had seventy Votes for Counsellor, (and in the same manner for any other names or offices voted for.)
Certified by us A— B—)
C— D—) Judges of the Election.
E— F—)
Attest G— H—)
I— K—) Clerks of the Election.”
The Judges of the election shall then enclose and Seal one of the Poll Books, under cover, directed to the Recorder of the , and the packet thus sealed shall be [p. 136]
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