Board Of County Auditors (Excerpt) Act 275 Of 1913

Published: 2015

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Act 275 of 1913

47.4 Referendum; conduct.

Sec. 4.

If upon the canvass of the votes cast at such election, it shall appear that the majority is in favor of the adoption thereof, then the question of creating and establishing a board of county auditors shall be considered as adopted in such county, and thereupon the provisions of this act shall be and become operative in such county. The manner of preparing and distributing the ballots at any general or special election held under this act, the manner of conducting, canvassing, returning and declaring the result, shall be the same as now prescribed by law for other county elections, except as herein otherwise provided.

History: 1913, Act 275, Eff. Aug. 14, 1913


CL 1915, 2348


CL 1929, 1206


CL 1948, 47.4

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