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Session Laws, 1890
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AN ACT entitled an act to repeal and re-enact with amendments

section fifty-four, of article thirty-three, of the Code of Public

General Laws, title "Elections," and to add new sections

thereto under the designations of sections one hundred and

twenty-eight, one hundred and twenty-nine, one hundred and

thirty, one hundred and thirty-one, one hundred and thirty-

two, one hundred and thirty-three, one hundred and "thirty-

four, one hundred and thirty-five, one hundred, and thirty-six,.

one hundred and thirty-seven, one hundred and thirty-eight,

one hundred and thirty-nine, one hundred and forty, one hun-

dred and forty-one, one hundred and forty-two, one hundred

and forty-three, one hundred and forty-four, one hundred and

forty-five, one hundred and forty-six, one hundred and forty-

seven, one hundred and forty-eight, one hundred and forty-

nine, one hundred and fifty, one hundred and fifty-one, one

hundred and fifty-two, one hundred and fifty-three, one hun-

dred and fifty-four, one hundred and fifty-five, one hundred

and fifty-six, one hundred and fifty-seven, one hundred and

fifty eight, one hundred and fifty-nine, one hundred and sixty,

one hundred and sixty-one, one hundred and sixty-two, one

hundred and sixty-three, one hundred and sixty-four, one hun-

dred and sixty-five and one hundred and sixty-six.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly the General Assembly of Maryland,


That section fifty-four, of article thirty-three, of the Code of

Public General Laws, title "Elections," be repealed and re-

enacted so as to read as follows :

54. Every voter shall deliver to the judges of election in the

district or precinct in which he offers to vote, one official ballot

to be furnished to him in the manner stated in section one hun-


dred and fifty-four of this article, and the ballot so delivered to

and received by the judges of election shall be deposited in the

ballot-box until the polls be closed, subject to the limitation

hereinafter stated; one accredited representative or challenger of

each and every political party whose candidates are voted for at

each election, to be designated in writing by such candidates, and

in case of his necessary absence, a substitute similarly selected

shall be entitled to be admitted into and remain in the polling

room from the opening until the close of the election, and until


the vote has been counted and the result ascertained, and a re-

fusal to permit any such representative shall be a misdemeanor

punishable by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or by

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