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Session Laws, 1892
Volume 397, Page 49   View pdf image (33K)
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FRANK BROWN, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

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his charge as an officer of registration, the name of any person


entitled under the provisions of this article to have his name


inscribed in such registry of voters, or if any officer of regis-


tration shall fraudulently strike from any registry of voters


in his charge as an officer of registration, the name of any


qualified and registered voter entitled to remain inscribed


upon such registry of voters, or if any person not authorized


by the proper order of the registration judges shall fraudu-


lently strike from any registry of voters the name of any


person therein inscribed as a qualified and registered


voter, or if any officer of registration shall enter the name of


any person as a qualified voter in any registry of voters in


his charge as an officer of registration at any time except


on a day appointed by this article for one of his public sit-


tings as an officer of registration ; and except between the


hours appointed for such public sittings, or if any officer of


registration shall do any act which is by this article forbid-


den to be by him done, or shall omit to do any act which is by


this article required to be by him done, such officer of registra-


tion, whether he be a principal or assistant officer, or such


other person so offending as aforesaid, shall be guilty of a


misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof by a competent


court shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five hun-


dred dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding three


years, or by both fine and imprisonment as aforesaid.


SEC. 159 Y. If any person shall fraudulently register or


attempt to register in any ward in the city of Hagerstown,


in the name of any other person living or dead, or under

Fraudu-

any fictitious name, or shall fraudulently cause himself to

lent Reg-
istration.

be registered or attempt to cause himself to be fraudulently


registered in any such ward, knowing that he has not the


right to be registered in such wards, or shall by force,


threat, menace, intimidation or other unlawful means pre-


vent or hinder, or endeavor to prevent or hinder any person


having a lawful right to register, from duly exercising such


right, or shall compel, or endeavor to compel, by any such


means, any officer of registration to admit to registration


any person not legally entitled thereto, or shall unlawfully


interfere with any officer of registration in the discharge of


his duties under this article, or shall make any assault or


commit any assault and battery, or incite or create any riot,


or any breach of the peace, at or near to any place of regis-


tration in the city of Hagerstown, during the sittings of any


officer of registration provided for by this article, he shall


be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof by


a competent court shall be punished by a fine not exceeding


five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding


three years, or by both fine and imprisonment as aforesaid.

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