48 U.S. Code §§ 611.. - Omitted
Sections 611 to 620, relating to Territory of Hawaii, were omitted in view of admission of Hawaii into the Union.
Section 611, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 14, 31 Stat. 144, called general elections to be held on the Tuesday next after first Monday in November, biennially in even-numbered years.
Section 612, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 15, 31 Stat. 145, made each house judge of elections, returns, and qualifications of its own members.
Section 613, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, §§ 57, 58, 31 Stat. 151, granted each elector a privilege from military duty on election day in any way which would deprive him of his vote except in time of war or public danger and also granted a privilege from arrest while going to and returning from attendance at election except in certain cases.
Section 614, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 59, 31 Stat. 151, allowed each voter for representative to vote for as many representatives as would be elected from representative district in which voter was entitled to vote and gave posts of representatives to those candidates receiving highest number of votes.
Section 615, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 61, 31 Stat. 152, allowed each voter to cast one vote for senator to be elected from district in which voter could vote and called for required numbers of candidates receiving highest number of votes to become senators for their districts.
Section 616, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 62, 31 Stat. 152, made qualifications for voters for senator and for all other elections same as qualifications for voters casting votes for representative.
Section 619, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 63, 31 Stat. 152, prevented from voting all persons who were in Hawaii by reason of being in Army or Navy or being attached to troops of the United States.
Section 619a, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 64, 31 Stat. 152, continued in force rules and regulations for administering oaths and holding elections.
Section 620, act Apr. 30, 1900, ch. 339, § 65, 31 Stat. 153, authorized legislature to establish and alter boundaries of election districts and voting precincts and apportion senators and representatives to be elected from such districts.
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