When it shall become necessary, under the provisions of this act, to submit to the
vote of the electors of any county the question of selling the county farm or asylum,
or the question of building any permanent building thereon, said question or questions
shall be submitted at a general election or at a special election to be called as
provided in sections 2 1 and 3 2 of chapter 141 of the Session Laws of 1907, insofar as they are applicable; that
on each ballot shall be printed “County farm or asylum proposition”; on each of said
ballots for the sale of county farm or asylum there shall also be printed in brevier
and lower-case type, “Shall the county farm or asylum be sold?” Opposite and after said proposition on said ballot shall be printed two squares, one
above the other.
Preceding the upper one of said squares shall be printed the word “Yes,” and preceding
the lower one of said squares shall be printed the word “No”; immediately above said
proposition and across the entire width of said ballot shall be printed in pica type
the following: “To vote in favor of said proposition make an x in the square after
the word ‘Yes,’ and to vote against said proposition make an x in the square after
the word ‘No.’ ” On each of said ballots for the building, improving, remodeling or
repairing the buildings on said county farm there shall be printed in brevier and
lower-case type, “Shall ____ dollars be raised for improvements?” In all other respects said ballot shall conform with section 3 2 of chapter 141 of the Session Laws of 1907. If at such election a majority of those voting on said proposition, or either of them,
shall be in favor of the same, then the board of county commissioners of said county
is empowered to sell said property or raise said fund, or both, as the case may be.
So in enrolled bill; section 2 refers to 19-1504.
So in enrolled bill; section 3 refers to 19-1505.
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