||84 COMPILED LAWS OF UTAH. county clerks (18.) Sec. 2. The County Clerk shall cause a notice ot ofofficerstobe the time and place, and the number and kind of officers to chosen, etc. , 7 . ., . , be chosen, to be put up in two public places m each precinct, at least six days before the time of election. (19.) Sec. 3. The senior justice of the peace shall be f eiec- ^ne Ju^Se °^ elections in his precinct, and shall appoint one clerk, and furnish the necessary stationery and a ballot box; and, in the absence of a justice of the peace, the electors first assembled on the day of election, to the number of six, may appoint some suitable person to act as judge of that election, what time (20.) Sec. 4. The election shall be held from one hour election held, „. . ,., , -, -i.-iti.l- etc. after sunrise until sunset; and no elector shall vote in any precinct excepting where he resides. Sov"ote!ectors (210 Sec- 6- Each elector shall provide himself with a vote containing the names of the persons he wishes elected and the offices he would have them to fill, and present it neatly folded to the judge of the election, who shall number and deposit it in the ballot box; the clerk shall then write the name of the elector, and opposite it the number of his vote. Disposition of (22.) Sec. 6. At the close of the election the judge shall ballot box at \ J jo close of eiec- seal up the ballot box and the list of the names of the election. x tors, and transmit the same without delay to the county punishment clerk. And if any returns are delayed by the negligence of StiSnsfins tne judge, beyond two days after said election, the judge so offending shall be fined, on conviction thereof, in any sum not exceeding fifty dollars, or be imprisoned not exceeding six months, or both. (1) county cierk (23.) Sec. 7. Immediately upon receiving the electoral judgeTo can- returns of any precinct, the county clerk and probate judge, vass vo es. ^ .^ j^g aksence) one of the selectmen shall unseal the list and ballot box, and count and compare the votes with the names on the list, and make a brief abstract of the offices and names voted for, and the number of votes each person received; the ballot box shall then be returned, and the votes and list preserved for reference in case the election of any person shall be contested. Abstract to be (24.) Sec. 8. When all the returns and abstracts are ry?etcecreta" made the clerk shall forthwith make a general abstract and post it up in his office, and forward to the secretary of the Territory a certified copy of the names of the persons voted (1) Amendment of 18 Feb., 1876.