CHAPTER 119

GENERAL ELECTIONS

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER 60 OF THE REVISED CODE OF DELAWARE, 1935, BY CHANGING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE FIFTH ELECTION DISTRICT OF THE SIXTH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY AND CREATING TWO NEW ELECTION DISTRICTS IN THE SAID REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That Chapter 60 of the Revised Code of Delaware, 1935, be and the same is hereby amended by repealing all of the paragraphs of 1826. Section 17, of said Code, designated as N. C. 5, describing the present boundaries of the Fifth Election District of the Sixth Representative District in New Castle County, and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

N. C. 5:--The Fifth Election District of the Sixth Representative District is all that portion of Brandywine Hundred bounded on the north by a line beginning at Philadelphia Pike and Darley Road and thence continuing northwesterly along Darley Road to the property of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, thence south through the center of said right of way of said railroad to a point where said Railroad intersects the Holly Oak or Tide Creek; thence easterly along the main branch of said Creek by the several meanderings thereof to the Philadelphia Pike; thence north along center line of Philadelphia Pike to the point of beginning.

All persons entitled to vote in the said Fifth District shall vote at the Claymont Fire House.

N. C. 7A:--The Eighth Election District of the Sixth Representative District is all that portion of Brandywine Hundred bounded on the north by a line beginning at the Delaware River at the end of the street or road commonly called Myrtle Ave. and thence continuing northwesterly along said Myrtle Ave., thence to the center line of Philadelphia Pike thence south along center line of Philadelphia Pike to a point where said Philadelphia Pike intersects the Holly Oak or Tide Creek; thence easterly along main branch of several meanderings thereof to the Delaware River, thence up the said River to Myrtle Ave. to the point of beginning.

All persons entitled to vote in said Eighth District shall vote at such place as shall be named by the Inspector of Election for said District.

N. C. 7B:--The Ninth Election District of the Sixth Representative District is all that portion of Brandywine Hundred bounded on the South by a line beginning at the center of right of way of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and Darley road, northwesterly through the center of said Darley road to intersection of Darley & Naaman's Road, thence North through center of Naaman's Road to Point Breeze School House thence southeasterly through center of Grubbs Road to Faulk Road; thence southerly through the center of Faulk Road to Lodge's Road or Silverside Road, thence through the center of Silverside Road easterly to the center of the private right of way of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, thence northerly through the said center of Railroad property to the point of beginning.

All persons entitled to vote in the said Ninth Election District, shall vote at such place as shall be named by the Inspector of Election for said District.

Approved April 17, 1939.