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STATE OF ILLINOIS
With Forms and Instructions for Carrying the
Same Into Effect.
PRINTED FOR THE USE OF ELECTION OFFICERS
JAMES A. ROSE, Secretary of State
TRADES ON COUNCE
ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL CO., STATE PRINTERS,
NOTE-Repealed and obsolete sections have been omitted in this edition, and the sections in force have been renumbered in regular sequence corresponding with the head notes. In cities, towns and villages which have or may hereafter adopt the act entitled, "An act regulating the holding of elections, and declaring the result thereof in cities, villages and incorporated towns in this State," approved June 19, 1885, in force July 1, 1885, that act supersedes the general registry and election laws, when in conflict with that act; but when not inconsistent or in conflict with the provisions of that act, these acts continue in force and are applicable to such cities, towns and villages the same as if that act had not been adopted-Section 15 of the act of 1885, the title of which is recited above.
The cities of Chicago and East St. Louis have adopted the law of 1885.
The attention of election officers is called to the following additions to and changes in the Election Laws made by the 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th General Assemblies: