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OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

as may be existing or may hereafter exist, subject to the supervision of the proper Military authorities of the State.

Approved February 25, A. D. 1913.

CHAPTER 62.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

AN ACT to provide for Furnishing, and to Complete the Heating

Plant and Equipment of The State Armory and Arsenal, at Dover.'

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

mission to heat and equip Dorer Armory

Section 1. The Armory Commission, consisting of the Armory ComGovernor, the State Treasurer, the Adjutant General, miksiquip beat Quartermaster General and the Commanding Officer of ver Troops, be, and it is hereby authorized and directed to furnish and further heat and equip the State Armory and Arsenal at Dover.

Appropriation

Section 2. That the sum of Three Thousand Dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Act, is hereby appropriated out of the State Treasury, to be paid by the State Treasurer upon warrant drawn by the Armory Commission.

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

CHAPTER 63.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

AN ACT Providing for the Building of a Sidewalk from the State

House to the State Armory and Arsenal in Dover.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

To lay a sidewalk to Dover Armory

Section 1. That the Armory Commission named in Chapter 41, Volume 26, Laws of Delaware, entitled “An Act Providing for Securing a Site and Erecting a State Armory and Arsenal”, be authorized and directed to have a proper and suitable sidewalk built of some im. proved material, from the State House to the State Armory and Arsenal in Dover.

Section 2. That the State Armory Commission aforesaid shall advertise for bids and make an award for the building of the sidewalk aforesaid, to the lowest and best bidder.

Section 3. No money shall be paid on account of said contract or award until the work is completed and accepted by the Armory Commission.

Appropriation

Section 4. The sum of four hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Act, is hereby appropriated out of the State Treasury, to be paid by the State Treasurer upon warrant drawn by the Armory Commission.

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

CHAPTER 64.

OF THE PUBLIC ARMS AND DEFENCE.

AN ACT authorizing the Governor, in his discretion to place the

names of Captain Bankson T. Holcomb, Jr., and Second Lieutenant John A. Jordan, late of the First Delaware Infantry, Organized Militia, on the roll of retired officers.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

and John A.

Section 1. That the Governor may in his discretion To place

Bankson T. place the names of Bankson T. Holcomb, Jr., and John Holcomb, Jr. A. Jordan, late Captain and Second Lieutenant, respec-Jordan on tively, on the First Delaware Infantry, Organized Militia, on the roll of retired officers of the Organized Militia of Delaware.

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TITLE FOURTH

Of Election

CHAPTER 65.

OF THE GENERAL ELECTION.

AN ACT to Further Provide for the Secrecy and Purity of the Ballot.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met:

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holding elections

place establish

election to be held

Inspectors of Section 1. That hereafter it shall be the duty of each of Wilmington Inspector of Elections in this State, outside of the city rangements for of Wilmington, to provide a room for the holding of any

general or special election in his hundred or election dis

trict which shall be adapted to the requirements of this Room to be at Act. Said room shall be at the place now or which may ed by law for hereafter be established by law in each hundred or elec

tion district for the holding of elections, or in as close If change in proximity thereto as practicable, having due regard to place Inspector shall give no- the convenience of the voters. Provided, however, that required by law if any Inspector shall select a place for the holding of

any general or special election in his hundred or election district, other than the one established by law, he shall do it in time to give the notice of holding such election required by law. Said room shall have a door or entrance of easy or convenient access, and if practicable, a separate means of exit. It shall be provided on the outside with a passage at least four feet wide and with a

Access to and exit from election room

OF THE GENERAL ELECTION.

railing, rope or wire on each side commencing at least thirty feet away from and leading to the entrance to such place of election and passing the place assigned for the challengers and thence to the entrance of the room in which the election is held.

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of room

election room

The Inspector shall provide for the room a railing space allotted

to election offitherein separating the part of the room to be occupied by cers to be septhe election officers from the remainder of the room. He other part shall also provide a suitable table and chairs for the use of the election officers. The table shall occupy such a Arrangement of position in the said room as to enable the election officers and the challengers hereinafter provided for, to easily communicate with each other. He shall cause to be constructed in the room at least one booth for every one Number of

election booths hundred and fifty voters or fractional part thereof in to be provided each hundred or election district; provided that there shall not be less than three booths at any hundred or election district. The booths, shall be at least three feet Dimensions of square and six feet high if the ceiling will admit it. They shall each contain a shelf properly constructed and a Construction cardboard box fastened to the booth to contain the ballots hereinafter provided for, and they shall be so constructed and arranged that all the election officers in the room can see whether more than one voter enters any one of them at any one time. In the City of Wilmington Department of it shall be the duty of the Department of Elections to City of Wil. select the voting place in each election district within the best voting city and to provide the room in which the election is to make arrangebe held and to protect the same with the required railing Wilmington or rope and to construct therein the necessary number of booths and to do all other things required to be done by the Inspectors of Election outside of the City of Wilmington in and about the furnishing and fitting up of said room.

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places and

Section 2. Each of the political parties may select and

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