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tricts of the Territory to be taken, and the first election shall be held at such time and places, and be conducted in such manner as the Governor shall appoint and direct; and he shall, at the same time declare the number of members of the Council and House of Representatives to which each of the counties or districts shall be entitled under this act. The number of persons authorized to be elected, having the highest number of votes in each of said council districts, for members of the Council, shall be declared by the Governor to be duly elected to the Council; and the person, or persons, authorized to be elected, having the greatest number of votes for the House of Representatives, equal to the number to which each county or district shall be entitled, shall be declared by the Governor to be duly elected members of the House of Representatives. Provided, that in case of a tie between two or more persons voted for, the Governor shall order a new election to supply the vacancy made by such tie. And the persons thus elected to the Legislative Assembly shall meet at such place and on such day as the Governor shall appoint.'
“And, Whereas, by the eighth Section of the said act it is enacted that in the first instance the Governor alone may appoint all officers not herein otherwise provided for who shall hold their offices until the end of the first session of the Legislative Assembly, and shall lay off all necessary districts for members of the Council and House of Representatives, and all other officers.
“And, Whereas, It is enacted by the fourteenth section of said act, that a Delegate to the House of Representatives of the United States, to serve during each Congress of the United States, may be elected by the voters qualified to elect members of the Legislative Assembly, who shall be entitled to the same rights and privileges as are exercised and enjoyed by the delegates from the several other Territories of the United States to the said House of Representatives. The first election shall be held at such time and places, and be conducted in such manner as the Governor shall appoint and direct; and at all subsequent elections the times, places and manner of holding the elections, shall be prescribed by law. The person having the greatest number of votes shall be declared by the Governor to be duly elected, and a certificate thereof shall be given accordingly.
“Now, in pursuance of the duty enjoined upon me, as aforesaid, the said census having been taken and returned, I hereby order and direct that an election be held on Monday, the 18th day of July next, between the hours of eight o'clock, a. m., and six o'clock p. m., at such places as are hereinafter indicated, by the qualified voters of the Territory of Arizona, who shall choose by ballot, one delegate to represent the people of Arizona in the House of Representatives of the thirty-eighth Congress of the United States.
“And the qualified voters residing in the several Council Districts shall choose, by ballot, at the time above named and at such places as are hereinafter indicated, such number of Councilmen and Representatives as said districts may be entitled to as follows, viz. :
“The First Council District is composed of all that portion of said Territory comprised within the limits of the First Judicial District, as defined by my proclamation defining Judicial Districts, dated April 9th, 1864. This district will be entitled to elect four Councilmen, and nine Representatives.
“Precinct No. 1–Tucson and vicinity. Polls to be held at the District courtroom, in Tucson.
“Precinct No. 2-Cerro Colorado Mine and vicinity, including Tubac, and the Revanton. Polls to be held at the office of Elihu Baker, at the Cerro Colorado Mine.
“Precinct No. 3—Patagonia Mine and vicinity, including San Antonio and Santa Cruz Mines. Polls to be held at the house of E. K. Brown, at the Patagonia Mine.
“Precinct No. 4-Pima Villages and vicinity. Polls to be held at A. M. White's store, at Pima Villages.
“The Second Council District is comprised within the limits of the Second Judicial District, as defined by my proclamation aforesaid. This District will be entitled to elect two Councilmen and five Representatives.
“Precinct No. 1–Arizona City and vicinity, including La Laguna. Polls at the store of George F. Hooper & Co., in Arizona City.
“Precinct No. 2—Patoto, including the Eureka and Silver Mining Districts, and Castle Dome. Polls at the Recorder's office of the Castle Dome Mining District.
“Precinct No. 3—'La Paz and vicinity, including Mineral City, Olive City, and the Mining Districts of La Paz, Weaver and Williams Fork. Polls to be held at the house of G. M. Holaday, at La Paz.
“Precinct No. 4San Francisco Mining District, including Fort Mohave and Hardy's Landing. Polls at the office of T. Scott Stewart, Recorder of the Mining District.
“Precinct No. 5—The Colorado Mining District, including El Dorado Canon. Polls to be held at the Recorder's office of the Mining District.
“The Third Council District is composed of all that portion of said Territory comprised within the limits of the Third Judicial District, as defined by my proclamation aforesaid. This district will be entitled to elect 3 Councilmen and 4 Representatives.
*Precinct No. 1–Agua Caliente and vicinity. Polls at the house of George Martin.
“Precinct No. 2-Weaver and ranches in the vicinity, including Lower Hassayampa, Indian Creek and Antelope Diggings. Polls at the store of B. F. Howell, in Weaver.
“Precinct No. 3—Prescott, Fort Whipple, and vicinity, Goodwin, Groom's Creek, and Upper Hassayampa. Polls to be held at the house of Dr. T. P. Seeley, in Prescott.
"Precinct No. 4Walker's, Lynx Creek, Woolsey's Ranch, Big Bug, and Bradshaw's Diggings. Polls to be held at the house of Clinton & Baxter, on Lynx Creek.
“The following is a list, so far as appointed, of the Judges of election for the several election precincts:
“For the First District:
“Precinct No. 1—Charles T. Hayden, William J. Osborne, John G. Capron.
“Precinct No. 2- Elihu Baker, Clark Sweetner, N. S. Higgins.
“Precinct No. 3—E. K. Brown, Thos. M. Yerkes, Jos. H. Smith.
“Precinct No. 4J. A. Owens, E. S. Noyes, J. D. Walker,
“For the Second District:
“Precinct No.1-Francis Hinton, W. A. Werringer, G. W. Jones.
“Precinct No. 24Wm. Butterfield, T. J. Bidwell, J. Snively.
“Precinct No. 3—Charles H. Brinley, Charles A. Phillips, Wilbur Curtis.
“Precinct No. 4—T. Scott Stewart, C. W. C. Rowell, E. D. Tuttle.
“Precinct No.5—The Judges will be chosen by the electors. “For the Third District:
“Precinct No.1-Geo. Martin, A. Weatherbee, Mr. Larkin.
“Precinct No. 2—B. F. Howell, William R. Murray, James A. Moore.
“Precinct No. 3—Robert W. Groom, Chas. M. Dorman, James G. Sheldon.
“Precinct No. 4—Geo. Coulter, Jackson McCrackin, Joseph R. Walker.
“The election, at the several polls, shall be opened, organized, and conducted in the following manner, viz.:
“There shall be three Judges of Election at each poll, whose duty shall be to receive all legal votes offered, for all or any of the candidates to be voted for, and to judge of the competency of voters. The said Judges, before entering upon their duties, shall each take an oath, in the following form, to wit:
“'T A. B., do solemnly swear, (or affirm, as the case may be,) that I will perform the duties