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(Form No. 9.) Certificate of Appointment of Ballot Clerks. We certify that we have this day appointed A B and 0 D, two of our number, to serve as Ballot Clerks at this poll during the election this day. A B representing the inspectors elected and O D the inspectors appointed.

(Signed,)..

Inspectors of Election.

Dated ....

(Form No. 10,) Oath of Office Prescribed by Law for Elected Inspectors of Election.

I do solemnly swear that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of the State of New York, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of..

according to the best of my ability. And I do further solemnly swear that I have not, directly or indirectly, paid, offered or promised to pay, contributed, or offered or promised to contribute, any money or other valuable thing, as a consideration or reward for the giving or withholding a vote at the election at which I was elected to said office, and have not made any promise to influence the giving or withholding any such vote.

(Signed,). Subscribed and sworn before me, this....day of.......

...189..

Inspector of Election.

(Form No. 11.) Oath of Office Prescribed by Law for Appointed Inspectors of Election,

Ballot Clerks and Clerks of Election. I do solemnly swear I will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of New York, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of (Inspector of Election or Ballot Clerk, or Clerk of Election) according to the best of my ability

(Signed,).... Subscribed and sworn to before me,

this ....day of........... 189..

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Inspector of Election.

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(Form No. 12.)

Ballot Clerks' Certificate of Ballots Cast. [To be fled with the county clerk, or officer or board which prepared the ballots voted.] This is to certify that at the

election, held at the district poll in the town of.... county of........, on 189.., the whole number of ballots of each kind voted, were (Democratic or other party). (Republican or other party). (Prohibition or other party). (Equal Rights or other party).

Total...

The number of ballots of each kind delivered to voters were: (Democratic). (Republican) (..... .) (..........)

Total ..

The number of spoiled ballots of each kind returned: (Democratic) (Republican) (..... .) (..........)

Total...

The number of ballots of each kind not delivered to voters: (Democratic). (Republican). (..........) (..........)

Total ...

The number of detached stubs returned by voters:

Total....

(Signed)

(Form No. 13.) Town Clerks or City Clerk's Receipt for Official Ballots received from

County Clerk. Received of......

Clerk of...... .....county, One package of official ballots, containing...... ballots (...party....) One package of official ballots, containing... .ballots (...party....) One package of official ballots, containing...... ballots (... party....)

Dated....

(Signed,)...

(Town or city) Clerk.

(Form No. 14.) Election Inspector's Receipt for Official Ballots Received from Town or

City Clerk. Received of.

(city or town) Olerk...... One package of official ballots, containing....... ballots (...party....) One package of official ballots, containing ...... ballots (... party....) One package of official ballots, containing ... ballots (...party....)

Dated..

(Signed,)..

Inspectors. Election. Dist. Poll (town or city.)

(Form No. 15.) Oath to be Administered in case of Physical Disability. You do solemnly swear (or affirm) that by reason of total blindness (or loss of both hands, such total inability in both hands that you can not use either hand for ordinary purposes, or physical disability by reason of crippled condition or disease to enter the booth alone, as the case may be), you are unable to prepare your ballot to be voted at this election without assistance, and you have selected M........ to assist you in the preparation of your ballot.

The Legislative Apportionment Law.

CHAPTER 397, LAWS OF 1892.

An Act to organize the senate districts and for the

apportionment of the members of assembly of this state. APPROVED by the Governor April 30, 1892. Passed, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The sepate districts of this state, from and after the passage of this act, shall consist as follows:

First. The first senate district shall consist of the counties of Queens and Suffolk.

Second. The second senate district shall consist of the seventh, ninth, tenth, twelfth and twenty-second wards of the city of Brooklyn.

Third. The third senate district shall consist of the thirteenth, nineteenth, twenty-first, twenty-third and twenty-fifth wards of the city of Brooklyn.

Fourth. The fourth senate district shall consist of the fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth and twenty-seventh wards of the city of Brooklyn.

Fifth. The fifth senate district shall consist of the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, eleventh and twentieth wards of the city of Brooklyn.

Sixth. The sixth senate district shall consist of the eighth, twenty-fourth, twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth wards of the city of Brooklyn, the towns of Gravesend, Flatbush, Flatlands and New Utrecht, and the county of Richmond.

Seventh. The seventh senate district shall consist of the first, second, third, fifth, eighth, ninth and sixteenth wards of the city of New York, together with Bedlow's, Governor's

Eighth. The eighth senate district shall consist of the fourth, sixth, seventh, eleventh and thirteenth wards of the city of New York.

Ninth. The ninth senate district shall consist of the tenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and seventeenth wards of the city of New York.

Tenth. The tenth senate district shall consist of the eighteenth, twentieth and twenty-first wards of the city of New York.

Eleventh. The eleventh senate district shall consist of that part of the twenty-second ward in the city of New York between Fortieth street and Fifty-second street, that part of the nineteenth ward between Fortieth street and Fifty-ninth street, and Blackwell's island.

Twelfth. The twelfth senate district shall consist of that part of the twenty-second ward in the city of New York between Fifty-second street and Seventy-second street, and that part of the nineteenth ward between Fifty-ninth street and Seventy-second street, and such portions of Central park as may be within said limits.

Thirteenth. The thirteenth senate district shall consist of that part of the twenty-second ward in the city of New York, north of Seventy-second street, that part of the nineteenth ward north of Seventy-second street that part of the twelfth ward north of Eighty-sixth street and west of Seventh avenue, and the twenty-third ward, and such portions of Central park as may be within said limits.

Fourteenth. The fourteenth senate district shall consist of that part of the twelfth ward in the city of New York north of Eighty-sixth street and east of Seventh avenue, together with Wards's island and Randall's island.

Fifteenth. The fifteenth senate district shall consist of the twenty-fourth ward of the city of New York, and the counties of Putnam and Westchester.

Sixteenth. The sixteenth senate district shall consist of the counties of Rockland, Orange and Dutchess.

Seventeenth. The seventeenth senate district shall consist of the counties of Sullivan, Ulster, Greene and Schoharie.

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