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National Parks Airways Between Great Falls, Helena, Butte, Pocatello, Ogden and Salt Lake City Ï8S ^5S ^5S ^SS: ^5S.'^S£ c yzz* CHAPTER 137. Au Act for the Submission to the Qualified Electors of the State of Montana an Amend incut to Section 45 of Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana lielating to the Assembly. Be It Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana : Section 1. That Section 45 of Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana is hereinafter provided, and that the question of said amendment be submitted to the qualified electors of the State of Montana at the next general election. Section 2. That Section 45 of Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana be. and the same is hereby amended to read ns follows: Section 45, When vacancies, caused by death, occur in either house of the Legisla tive Assembly, such vacancies shall be filled by appointment by the board of county commissioners of the county from which such vacancy occurs. All vacancies occurring y other cause shall be filled by election upon proclamation of the Governor. ndinent shall be submitted to the qualified electors of the by being placed on the official ballot provided by Section 078 of the of 1021, and as provided by law, and shall be voted on at to be held in November, 1032, and the principal ballot to be used shall have printed thereon the words— legislative •les Occurring in Either House of the billing of Vac be aided 3. This 8ecti( State of Monta Revised Codes of Monta the general elect!« at said flectio cancies in the constitution relating to the filling of eudment •ither house of the Legislative Assembly. □ ! For amendment to the constitution relating to the filling of vacancies ii e of the Legislative Assembly. □ Ï Against a idther In The elector shall designate his preference for either of the propositions by making an "X" before the proposition desired. Section 4. The votes cast for and against this amendment above propose«!, shall be count«*«!, canvassed and determined by law, and if a majority of all votes cast at such for and against such au amendment shall be in favor of such amendment, the Governor of the State shall so d«*«dare by publie proclamation and the amendment shall be in full force and effect as part of the Constitution from and after the date of such proclamation. Section 5. This Act shall be in J approval. Approved March 9. 1931. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ■■■■■I I. W. E. Hannon, S«*cretary of State of the State of Montana, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of an Act entitled: "An Act for the Sub mission to the Qualified Electors of the State of Montana an Amendment to Section f Article 5 of the Constitution of the State of Montana Relating to the Filling of des Oc urring in Either House of the Legislative Assembly. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Groat Seal of the State of Montana, at Helena, the Capital, July 25, 1932, W. E. HARMON, Secretary elect!« id effect from and after Its passage full force f State. CHAPTER 101. •ndinent to Electors of the State of Montana nstitution of the State of Montana Relating to the o Entitle The \ An Act to Submit to tin* Qualified Section 2 of Article IX of the C Qualifications Required of Pers for all Officers Elective by the People and upon Quittions that may be Submitted to tin* Vote of the People or Electors. Be It Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana; That Section 2 of Article IX of the Constitution of the State of Montana hereinafter provided and that the question of such amendment be sub mitted to the qualified electors .»f the State of Montana at the next general election. Se«'tion 2. 1 _M be. a ml the same is hereby amemled to read Section 2. Every pers lowing qualificatl officers that inafter provhled, upon all questl electors: First, he shall lie resided in tills state vote, and in the town, county or precinct such time, tin; question submitted concerns the creation in addition to possessing the qualifications above mentioned, must also be a whose name appears upon the lust preceding completed assessment roll, in entitle him to vote upon such question. Provided, first, that no person c felony shall have the right to vote unless he has been par«lon«'d ship by the Governor; provided, second, that nothing herein t strued to deprive any person of the right to vote who has such right at the time of the adoption of this constitution ; provided, that after the expiration of five y«*ars the time of the adoption of this constitution, no person excep t citizens of the United States shall have the right to vote. Section 3. That separate offhdal ballots shall be provided at the general election to be hehl in November, 1932. which shall have printed thereon the words, "For the Amend ant to the C% ...dilution Relating to tin- Qualifications Required of Persons to Entitle Thom to Vote," ami the words, "Against the Amendment to the Constltuion Relating to the Qualifications Required of Persons to Entitle Thera to Vote," and the elector shall indicate his preference by marking an X before the proposition for which he de sires to vote, and the result of the vote on said question shall be «letennlned and de provided by law. Section 4. All Acts and parts of Acts in conflict herewith Section 5. This Act shall be in full force and «*ff«>ct after its passage and approval. Approve«! March 9, 1931. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. STATE OF MONTANA. ,, , I. W. E. Harmon, Secretary of State of the State of Montana, do hereby «ertify that the foregoing is a true ami correct eopy of an A«t entitled: "An Act to Submit to the Qualified Electors of the State of Montana an Amendment to Section 2 of Article JX of the- Constitution of the State of Montana R«*lating to he Qualifications Required of Persons to Entitle Them to Vote at General Elections, for All Officers Elective by the People and Upon Questions That May Be Submitted to the Vote of the People or IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand ami affixed the Great Seal of the State of Montana, at Helena, the Capital, July 25, 1932. Date of first publlcatl to Vote at General Elections. S«*ctlou 1. •mied be That Section 2 of Article IX of the Constitution of the State of Montana follows : jon of the age of twenty-one ye . shall b«* entitled to vote at all general elections and for all hich' may lie submitted to the vote of the people citizen of the United States; secoml, he shall have •diately preceding the election at which he offers to y be prescribe«! by law. If of any levy, debt or liability the person, taxpayer order to deted of citizen •ontulued shall be con rer, possessing the fol ■ or hereafter may be, elective by the people, and, except im •stored t ■ claretl •pealed. î hereby August 4, 1932—13t. W. E. 1IAUTHON, Secretary of State. ■VJv I î • K « SIX FOOD STORES IN BUTTE M. D. CAHILL ROOFING BUTTE TIN SHOP Phone 2-2446 34 East Galena Office Phone 2-3243 J. C. AMBROSETTI WOOD AND COAL Teaming and Contracting Office: 675 S. 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