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" Judge, have the same power to administer oaths or affirmations required, or authorized to be administered by the provisions of this act, or the act to which this is a supplement... "
Acts of the Legislature of the State of Michigan - Page 30
by Michigan - 1845
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Congressional Serial Set

Confederate States of America. Congress - 1904 - 996 pages
...interest which shall be adjudged or decreed to be sequestrated, in any lands or lots, by reason of the provisions of this act, or the act to which this is amendatory, shall be, upon the rendering of the judgment or decree of sequestration, and the same are hereby absolutely transferred...
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Annual Report, Volume 3

New York (State). Department of Social Welfare - 1904 - 1292 pages
...65. All penalties imposed by this Title, shall be for the benefit of the poor; when recovered, they shall be paid to the county treasurer, and by him credited to the town by whose officers they have been collected, if such town be liable for the support of its...
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An Act to Regulate Elections

New Jersey - 1907 - 240 pages
...counsel, procure, aid, advise, assist or abet any official or person in any act which is contrary to the provisions of this act or the act to which this is a supplement; whoever at any election in this state shall in any way willfully hinder or prevent a...
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An Act to Regulate Elections (revision of 1898) Approved April 4th , 1898

1909 - 256 pages
...counsel, procure, aid, advise, assist or abet any official or person in any act which is contrary to the provisions of this act or the act to which this is a supplement; whoever at any election in this state shall in any way willfully hinder or prevent a...
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An Act to Regulate Elections (revision of 1898) Approved April 4th 1898 ...

New Jersey - 1914 - 336 pages
...counsel, procure, aid, advise, assist or abet any official or person in any act which is contrary to the provisions of this act or the act to which this is a supplement ; whoever at any election in this state shall in any way willfully hinder or prevent a...
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Digest of the Election Laws of Pennsylvania: And an Index to the Same

1916 - 174 pages
...have the same power to administer oaths or affirmations reqnired, or anthorized to he administered hy the provisions of this act, or the act to which this is a ssр•One set of oaths is to he pnt in sealed envelope addressed to prothonotary, containing one...
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Journal of the Senate of the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina

South Carolina. General Assembly. Senate - 1918 - 1088 pages
...imprisonment for not less than two days nor more than ten days, at the discretion of the Court. All fines shall be paid to the County Treasurer and by him credited to the School District in which the delinquent parent, guardian or custodian shall reside: Provided, Should...
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Session Laws

South Dakota - 1921 - 612 pages
...certificate held by anyone so violating the provisions hereof. All fines collected under this section shall be paid to the County Treasurer and by him credited to the county general school fund. Section 2. All Acts and parts of Acts in conflict with this Act are...
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An Act to Regulate Elections (revision 1920) Passed May 5, 1920: With the ...

New Jersey - 1924 - 392 pages
...counsel, procure, aid, advise, assist or abet any official or person in any act which is contrary to the provisions of this act or the act to which this is a supplement; whoever at any election in this State shall in any way willfully hinder or prevent a...
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Smith College Studies in History

1924 - 464 pages
...Constitution to prevent."36 " "Be it enacted, That when any wholesale merchant or retailer is prosecuted under the provisions of this act or the act to which this is a further supplement, it shall not be necessary for the attorney prosecuting for the state, to prove...
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