Template:To regulate the conduct and to maintain the freedom and purity of elections

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AN ACT To regulate the conduct and to maintain the freedom and purity of elections ; to prescribe the mode of making, and designate the officers who shall make the returns thereof; to prevent fraud, violence, intimidation, riot, tumult, bribery or corruption at elections or at any registration or revision of registration ; to limit the powers and duties of the sheriffs of the parishes of Orleans and Jefferson; to proscribe the powers and duties of the Board and officers of the Metropolitan Police in reference to elections ; to prescribe the mode of entering on the rolls of the Senate and House of Representatives the names of members; to empower the Governor to preserve peace and order, to enforee the laws; to limit the powers and duties of the Mayors of the cities of New Orleans and Jefferson with regard to elections; to prohibit District or Parish Judges from issuing certain writs to Commissioners of Election; to make an appropriation for the expenses of the next revision of the registration and of the next election; and to enforce article one hundred and three of the constitution. Part {{{part}}}

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Source Acts Passed by the General Assembly of the State of Louisiana, At the Session, Convened January 3, 1870
Author Louisiana.
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