History and Law of the Hayes-Tilden Contest Before the Electoral Commission: The Florida Case, 1876-77

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Cobden Publishing Company, 1910 - 194페이지

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51 페이지 - And the said oaths or affirmations shall be taken and subscribed by the governor, lieutenant-governor, and councillors, before the president of the senate, in the presence of the two houses of...
6 페이지 - ... with the same powers, if any, now possessed for that purpose by the two Houses acting separately or together, and, by a majority of votes, decide whether any and what votes from such State are the votes provided for by the Constitution of the United States, and how many and what persons were duly appointed electors in such State, and may therein take into view such petitions, depositions, and other papers, if any, as shall, by the Constitution and now existing law, be competent and pertinent...
147 페이지 - If any such returns shall be shown or shall appear to be so irregular, false, or fraudulent that the board shall be unable to determine the true vote for any such officer or member, they shall so certify, and shall not include such return in their determination and declaration...
147 페이지 - ... a statement in writing, setting forth in words at full length the whole number of votes given for each office, the names of...
28 페이지 - That it is the opinion of this Convention, that as soon as the Conventions of nine states shall have ratified this Constitution, the United States in Congress assembled...
36 페이지 - Commission agreeing therein ; whereupon the two Houses shall again meet, and such decision shall be read and entered in the journal of each House, and the counting of the votes shall proceed in conformity therewith, unless, upon objection made thereto in writing by at least five Senators and five members of the House of Representatives, the two Houses shall separately concur in ordering otherwise, in which case such concurrent order shall govern.
147 페이지 - ... be so irregular, false, or fraudulent that the board shall be unable to determine the true vote for any such officer or member, they shall so certify, and shall not include such return in their determination and declaration, and the secretary of state shall preserve and file in his office all such returns, together with such other documents and papers as may have been received by him or by said board of canvassers.
87 페이지 - ... and declaration of their appointment by the Board of State Canvassers of said State prior to the time required for the performance of their duties, had been appointed electors, or by counter-proof to show that they had not, and that all proceedings of the courts or acts of the Legislature or of the Executive of Florida, subsequent to the casting of the votes of the electors on the prescribed day, are inadmissible for any such purpose.
146 페이지 - On the thirty-fifth day after the holding of any general or special election for any State officer, member of the legislature, or representative in Congress, or sooner if the returns shall have been received from the several counties wherein elections...
127 페이지 - The sole function of the presidential electors is to cast, certify and transmit the vote of the State for President and Vice President of the nation. Although the electors are appointed and act under and pursuant to the Constitution of the United States, they are no more officers or agents of the United States than are the members of the state legislatures when acting as electors of federal senators, or the people of the States when acting as electors of representatives in Congress.

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