CHAPTER 546

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS FOR KENT COUNTY

AN ACT TO REPEAL THE ACT OF THE 118TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY DESIGNATED AS HOUSE BILL NO. 405, AS AMENDED; TO RATIFY THE ACTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS FOR KENT COUNTY APPOINTED PURSUANT TO SAID HOUSE BILL NO. 405, AS AMENDED, AND TO AMEND CHAPTER I, TITLE 15 OF THE DELAWARE CODE BY INCREASING THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS FOR KENT COUNTY AND APPOINTING FIVE PERSONS TO FILL THE VACANCIES THEREBY CREATED

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:

Section 1. The act of the 118th General Assembly designated as House Bill No. 405, as amended, is hereby repealed, and the Department of Elections for Kent County created by Section 104, of Title 15, Delaware Code, is re-established and restored as if said House Bill No. 405 had never been enacted.

Section 2. Sections 101 and 106 of Title 15 are restored and re-enacted as if said House Bill No. 405 had never been enacted.

Section 3. Section 104 (a) of Title 15, Delaware Code, is amended by inserting the words, "except as hereinafter provided" in line 4 at the end of the first sentence of said Section 104 (a), of Title 15, Delaware Code.

Section 4. Section 104 (a), of Title 15, Delaware Code, is

amended by the following words at the end thereof :

In addition to the 3 members appointed by the Governor to the Department of Elections for Kent County, five additional members are appointed herewith, to serve until July 1, 1959, viz:

W. Frank Hazel

L. Winfred Hughes Roland Wilkinson, Sr. George B. Vincent, Jr. J. Harry Latchum

Each of these additional members shall have the same rights, privileges and duties as a member of the Department of Elections for Kent County as the members appointed by the Governor pursuant to Section 104 (a) , of Title 15, Delaware Code.

Section 5. Each and every act of the Department of Elections for Kent County created by the aforementioned House Bill No. 405, as amended, is hereby ratified and affirmed.

NOTE : This bill became a law on December 5, 1955 without the approval of the Governor and in accordance with Section 18, Article 3 of the Constitution of Delaware.