||105 Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the clerks of county courtsclerk «f conntv- , ;, y rp , ii,» court to furnish respectively, one month before each general election, orpoii books, six days before each special election, to make out and deliver to the Sheriff of their respective counties, one blank poll book, at the expense of the county, for each precinct in his county, properly ruled and laid off into Columns, with the necessary certificates attached, which books the Sheriff shall faithfully deliver, or cause to beghpr1ffdeliver delivered to the judges of the election, in their respectivepoii books, precincts. Sec. 5. The judges before they enter upon their duties, shall take an oath or affirmation, that they will faith-Oath of judges fully, impartially, and justly discharge the duties of Judge of the present election, according to the best of their abilities; which oath or affirmation shall be administered by a Justice of the Peace, if present; if not, they are authorized to qualify each other. Sec. 6. The Judges shall appoint a clerk or clerks, whojudgegghal]aj>. before entering upon the duties of his appointment, shallp°inttheir-owa take an oath or affirmation, which may be administered byeifaiiqualify, either of the Judges of election, that he will faithfully discharge the duties of his appointment to the best of his abilities; record the names of all the voters, and distinct-Duty of clerk, ly carry out in lines or columns the number of each voter. Sec. 7. The time for opening the polls, shall be attheTimeof open-hour of eight o'clock in the morning, and closed at six^f^closmg o'clock in the evening, and one of the Judges shall cry in an audible voice the name of each voter as given in. Votes to be gir- Sec. 8. The votes given at all elections shall be in theen viva voce* following manner, to wit: each elector shall in an audible voice, declare the name of the candidate or candidates, and the office or offices, that ho would have him or them fill. ¦¦• Sec. 9. When any person offers to vote in a precinctHow a person of which he is not a resident, for Territorial or county of-raay vote ma-ficers, if he possesses the necessary qualifications of ano1 erprecmel voter, he may vote on taking an oath or affirmation that he has not voted, and will not vote in any other preciut during the pending election.