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THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRIOT. The thirty-fourth (34th) district shall be composed of the eighth (8th) and thirteenth (13th) wards of the city of Minneapolis, and the towns of Corcoran, Greenwood, Medina, Independence, Minnetonka, Plymouth, Minnetrista, Maple Grove, Orono, Golden Valley, St. Louis Park and Wayzata, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and two (2) representatives.

THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. The thirty-fifth district (35th ) district shall be composed of the counties of Anoka and Isanti, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

THIRTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. The thirty-sixth (36th ) district shall be composed of the county of Scott, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

THIRTY-SEVENTI DISTRICT. The thirty-seventh (37th) district shall be composed of the county of Carver, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. The thirty-eighth (38th) district shall be composed of the counties of Wright and Sherburne, excepting the seventh (7th) ward of the city of St. Cloud in the county of Sherburne, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and four (4) representatives.

THIRTY-NINTH DISTRICT. The thirty-ninth (39th) district shall be composed of the county of Meeker, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FORTIETH DISTRICT. The fortieth (40th) district shall be composed of the county of McLeod, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FORTY-FIRST DISTRICT. The forty-first (41st) district shall be composed of the county of Kandiyohi, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT. The forty-second (42d) district shall be composed o the county of Renville, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FORTY-THIRD DISTRICT. The forty-third (43d) district shall be composed of the counties of Lac Qui Parle, Swift and Chippewa, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and three (3) representatives.

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT. The forty-fourth (44th) district shall be composed of Senatorial

Districts, the counties of Chisago, Kanabec and Pine, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FORTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. The forty-fifth (45th ) district shall be composed of the counties of Stearns and Benton, and the seventh (7th) ward of the city of St. Cloud, in the county of Sherburne, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and four (4). representatives.

Representative districts divided as follows: The city of St. Cloud including the fifth (5th) and sixth (6th) wards of said city in Benton county and the seventh (7th) ward in Sherburne county and the towns of Brockway, Le Sauk, St. Cloud, St. Augusta, Linden and Fair Haven in Stearns, shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative. The towns of Albany, Farming, Milwood, Krain, Oak Holding, Avon, St. Windel, St. Martin, Collegeville, St. Joseph, Munson, Wakefield, Rockville, Eden Lake, Luxemburg and Maine Prairie shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative. The towns of Ashley, Sauk Center, Melrose, Raymond, Getty, Grove, North Fork, Lake George, Spring Hill, Crow Lake, Crow River, Lake Henry, Zion and Paynesville, the villages of Belgrade and Paynesville and the city of Sauk Center and the village of Melrose shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative. The county of Benton excepting the fifth (5th) and sixth (6th) wards of the city of St. Cloud in said county shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative.

FORTY-SIXTH DISTRICT. The forty-sixth (46th) district shall be composed of the counties of Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd and Mille Lacs, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and four (4) representatives.

FORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT. The forty-seventh (47th) district shall be composed of the counties of Pope and Douglas, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and two (2) representatives.

Representative districts divided as follows: The county of Pope shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative. The county of Douglas shall be entitled to elect one (1) representative.

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT. The forty-eighth (48th) district shall be composed of the county of Otter Tail, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and four (4) representatives.

FORTY-NINTH DISTRICT. The forty-ninth (49th) district shall be composed of the counties of Big Stone, Grant, Stevens and Traverse, and sball be entitled to elect one (1) senator and two (2) representatives.

FIFTIETH DISTRICT.
Senatorial
Districts.

The fiftieth (50th ) district shall be composed of the
counties of Wilkin, Clay and Becker, and shall be entitled
to elect one (1) senator and three (3) representatives.

FIFTY-FIRST DISTRICT.
The fifty-first (51st) district shall be composed of the
counties of Polk, Beltrami and Norman and shall be enti-
tled to elect one (1) senator and three (3) representatives.

FIFTY-SECOND DISTRICT.
The fifty-second (520) district shall be composed of
the counties of Marshall and Kittson, and shall be entitled
to elect one (1) senator and one (1) representative.

FIFTY-THIRD DISTRICT.
The fifty-third (53d) district shall be composed of the
counties of Aitkin, Cass, Itasca, Hubbard, Wadena and
Carlton, and shall be entitled to elect one (1) senator and
one (1) representative.

FIFTY-FOURTH DISTRICT.
The fifty-fourth (54th) district shall be composed of
the counties of St. Louis, Lake and Cook, and shall be en-
titled to elect one (1) senator and three (3) representatives.

SEC 3. That in the event of any change in the county
Districts not
affected by and township lines affecting the districts provided in
change in
township lines. section two (2) of this act the senatorial and representative

districts shall not be affected thereby. Inconsistent Sec. 4. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this acts repealed.

act are hereby repealed. When act to

SEC. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from take effect.

and after its passage.

Approved April 22d, 1889.

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CHAPTER 3.

(H. F. No. 2.1
AN AOT RELATING TO ELECTIONS IN CITIES OF TEN

THOUSAND (10,000) INHABITANTS AND OVER.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota:

Time of holding elections.

SECTION 1. On the first (1st) Tuesday after the first (1st) Monday in November of each even numbered year an election shall be held in the several election districts of the state, which shall be known as the general election; and the several state and county officers, judges of the supreme and district courts, members of the legislature and

representatives in congress of the United States, shall be elected at the general election next preceding the expiration of the term of each of the said officers respectively, and on a year when a president and vice-president of the United States are to be chosen, a number of electors of president and vice-president of the United States equal to the number of senators and representatives to which this state is entitled in the congress of the United States, shall be elected at said election.

SEC. 2. Every ward of each incorporated city contain- Election ing ten thousand (10,000) inhabitants or over shall form at districts, how

. least one (1) election district, but no election district in any of yoters in

each, incorporated city shall contain more than four hundred (400) voters; and whenever any election district is found by the number of votes there cast at any election to contain more than four hundred (400) voters, it shall be the duty of the common council, municipal corporation of the city, to cause such districts, at least six (6) weeks before the next ensuing general city election, to be divided into two (2) or more districts, each containing, as nearly as may be, an equal number of voters. When every ward shall be divided into two (2) or more districts in an incorporated city, the common council or municipal corporation shall publish the same by making a map or description of such division, defining it by known boundaries, and keep- Maps of elecing such map or description open for public inspection in tion districts. the office of the clerk of such city; and also by posting up copies of such map or description in at least ten (10) of the most public (places] in every district of such ward; and the common council or municipal corporation shall also, prior to the next election, furnish copies of such map or description to the judges of election in each district of such ward.

SEC. 3. The city council of all cities containing a population of ten thousand (10,000) and over shall appoint clerks of electhree qualified electors of each election district of said city, tion, by whom who shall be judges of election in their election districts respectively, and who shall appoint two (2) qualified electors of their election districts as clerks of election. The election shall be held in such election district at the

Places of holdplace where the last preceding election was held, except as ing elections. hereinafter provided; but if in any town a vote is taken to hold it elsewhere, the next ensuing election shall be held at the place designated by such vote. The city council of every such city shall, by ordinance, appoint the place of holding the election in each election district in said city, and no more than two (2) judges and one (1) clerk of election shall belong to the same political party.

SEC. 4. The secretary of state shall, between the first (1) days of July and September in each year, direct and cause to be delivered to the auditor of each county a notice specifying all the officers whose term of office will expire

on the first (1) Tuesday of January next succeeding, and specifying, also, the several officers to be chosen in such county at the next general election. The auditor to whom such notice is delivered shall, upon the receipt thereof, cause a like notice to be sent to each city clerk in his

county. Every city clerk, at least fifteen (15) days before Notices of the holding of any general election, and twenty (20) days election, how

before the holding of any special election, shall give public to be given.

notice of the time and place of holding such election by posting in three (3) public places in every election district three (3) notices containing a list of the officers to be elected at such election, one (1) of which notices shall be posted up at the place of holding the election. Said notices shall contain, also, the hours during which the polls will be open; provided, that no failure of any clerk to give such

notice aforesaid shall invalidate an election. Inmates of

Provided, That any person being an inmate of soldiers' home, any soldiers' home in this state shall, for the purposes of residence.

this act, have a legal residence thereat. The judges of election in determining the residence of any person, for the purpose of ascertaining who are qualified electors, shall be governed by the following rules so far as they are applica

ble: Residence of First. The place shall be considered and held to be the yoters, how determined. residence of a person in which his habitation is fixed with

out any present intention of removing therefrom, and to which, whenever he is absent, he has the intention of returning.

Second. A person shall not be considered to have lost his residence who leaves his home to go into another state, or county in this state, for temporary purposes merely, and with the intention of returning.

Third. A person shall not be considered to have gained a residence in any county into which he comes for temporary purposes merely, without the intention of making such county his home.

Fourth. If a person go into another state with the intention of making it his

residence, he loses his residence in this state.

Fifth. If a person remove to another state with the intention of remaining there for an indefinite time, as a place of residence, he loses his residence in this state, notwithstanding he entertains the idea of returning at some future time.

Sixth. The place where a man's family resides shall be held to be his place of residence; but if it be a place of temporary establishment for his family, or for transient purposes, it shall be otherwise.

Seventh. If a man have a family fixed in one place, and he do business in another, the former shall be considered his place of residence; but any man having a family, who has taken up his abode with the intention of remain

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