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Sect. 4. Senatorial ict number three contains Alexandria, Bristol, Canaan, Danbury, Enfield, Grafton, Hanover, Hill, Lebanon, Lyme, New London, Orange, Orford, Piermont, and Wilmot.

SECT. 5. Senatorial district number four contains Alton, Ashland, Belmont, Bridgewater, Campton, Center Harbor, Gilford, Gilmanton, Holderness [Laconia, ward 1], Moultonborough, New Hampton, Plymouth, Sandwich, Tuftonborough, and Wolfeborough.

Sect. 6. Senatorial district number five contains Albany, Barnstead, Bartlett, Brookfield, Chatham, Conway, Eaton, Effingham, Farmington, Freedom, Hart's Location, Jackson, Madison, Middleton, New Durham, Ossipee, Strafford, Tamworth, and Wakefield.

Sect. 7. Senatorial district number six contains Andover, Franklin, Laconia [wards 2, 3, 4], Meredith, Northfield, Salisbury, Sanbornton, and Tilton.

SECT. 8. Senatorial district number seven contains Acworth, Charlestown, Claremont, Cornish, Croydon, Goshen, Grantham, Langdon, Lempster, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee, and Unity.

Sect. 9. Senatorial district number eight contains Alstead, Antrim, Bennington, Bradford, Deering, Francestown, Greenfield, Hancock, Lyndeborough, Marlow, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Newbury, Stoddard, Sutton, Walpole, Washington, Weare, and Windsor.

Sect. 10. Senatorial district number nine contains Boscawen, Bow, ward seven of Concord, Dunbarton, Goffstown, Henniker, Hillsborough, Hooksett, Hopkinton, Warner, and Webster.

Sect. Il. Senatorial district number ten contains wards two, four, five, six, and nine of Concord.

SECT. 12. Senatorial district number eleven contains Allenstown, Auburn, Candia, Canterbury, Chichester, wards one, three, and eight of Concord, Deerfield, Epsom, Loudon, Pembroke, Pittsfield, and Raymond.

Sect. 13. Senatorial district number twelve contains Barrington, Milton, Northwood, Nottingham, Rochester, and Somersworth.

Sect. 14. Senatorial district number thirteen contains Gilsum, Keene, Marlborough, Nelson, Roxbury, Sullivan, and Surry.

Sect. 15. Senatorial district number fourteen contains Chesterfield, Dublin, Fitzwilliam. Harrisville, Hinsdale, Jaffrey, Richmond, Rindge, Swanzey, Troy, Westmoreland, and Winchester.

Sect. 16. Senatorial district number fifteen contains Amherst, Brookline, Greenville, Hollis, Mason, Milford, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple, and Wilton.

Sect. 17. Senatorial district number sixteen contains wards one and two of Manchester.

Sect. 18. Senatorial district number seventeen contains wards three, four, and seven of Manchester.

Sect. 19. Senatorial district number eighteen contains wards five, six, eight, nine, and ten of Manchester.

Sect. 20. Senatorial district number nineteen contains Bedford, Derry, Litchfield, Londonderry, Merrimack, wards one, two, and three of Nashua, and Windham.

SECT. 21. Senatorial district number twenty contains Hudson, wards four, five, six, seven, eight, and nine of Nashua, Pelham, and Salem.

SECT. 22. Senatorial district number twenty-one contains Atkinson,

Brentwood, Chester, Danville, East Kingston, Exeter, Fremont, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Newton, Plaistow, Sandown, Seabrook, South Hampton, and South Newmarket.

Sect. 23. Senatorial district number twenty-two contains wards one, two, and three of Dover, Durham, Lee, Madbury, and Rollinsford.

SECT. 24. Senatorial district number twenty-three contains wards four and five of Dover, Epping. Greenland, Newington, Newmarket, North Hampton, ward three of Portsmouth, Rye, and Stratham.

Sect. 25. Senatorial district number twenty-four contains Newcastle and wards one, two, four, [and five) of Portsmouth.

LAWS OF 1901.

CHAPTER 85.

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR A CONVENTION OF DELEGATES FOR THE

PURPOSE OF REVISING THE CONSTITUTION.

SECTION

1. Time choosing delegates.
2. Eligibility to convention.
3. Manner of choosing.
4. Credentials of delegates.
5. Blanks for certificates.

SECTION
6. Meeting and organization.
7. Amendments agreed to.
8. Supplies for convention.
9. Mileage and compensation.
10. Takes effect on passage.

SECTION I. That at the election in the several towns and cities of this state to be holden in November, A. D. 1902, delegates to a convention to revise the constitution of this state shall be chosen and an article therefor shall be inserted in the warrants calling said meetings; and all the laws relating to the election of representatives to the general court, so far as the same may be applicable, shall apply to the election of delegates except as herein otherwise provided. SECT. 2.

Any person shall be eligible to a seat in said convention who by the laws of this state is a qualified voter in the town or district from which he may be elected.

Sect. 3. The delegates shall be chosen in the same manner and proportioned as the representatives to the present general court, provided, that each and every town shall be entitled to send one delegate at least. SECT. 4.

Town clerks and clerks of supervisors of election shall deliver to the person or persons elected a certificate of his or their election.

Sect. 5. The secretary of state is directed to prepare and seasonably transmit to the several town clerks suitable blank forms for certificates of the election of delegates.

Sect. 6. The delegates so chosen shall meet in convention at the capitol in Concord on the first Tuesday of December, A. D. 1902, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and shall proceed to organize themselves in convention by choosing by ballot one of their number as president, and such other officers as they may deem necessary; they shall be the judges of election and returns of their own members, and may establish rules of proceeding, and, when organized, shall proceed to revise the constitution.

SECT. 7. If any alterations or amendments of the constitution shall be agreed to by said convention, they shall be so arranged and prepared that the same can be voted on by the people separately, unless the convention shall be of the opinion that it is impracticable so to prepare and arrange them, in which case the amendments shall be voted on together; and in either case the convention shall prescribe the mode of publication of the amendments, the time and manner in which the same shall be submitted to the people for their approval, and may pass an ordinance in relation to the manner of ascertaining their decision and declaring and publishing the same, the time when such amendments as shall be approved shall take effect, and may do any and all other things which they deem necessary to carry out the purpose and object of such convention.

Sect. 8. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to furnish said convention such books, documents, papers, stationery, and printing as the convention shall require or order.

Sect. 9. The pay for the travel for the officers and members of the convention shall be the same as that of the officers and members of the house of representatives, and for his attendance each member shall receive three dollars per day during the said convention, except that the clerk and assistant clerk shall receive the same pay as a member of the convention, and one hundred dollars each additional for making up the journals, the same to be paid out of the treasury.

SECT. 10. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. [Approved March 21, 1901.]

CHAPTER 154.

JOINT RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE EXPENSES

OF A CONVENTION TO REVISE THE CONSTITUTION.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court

convened :

That a sum not exceeding twenty-five thousand dollars be and is hereby appropriated to pay the expenses of a convention to revise the constitution; and the governor is authorized to draw his warrant for so much of said sum as may be necessary for that purpose.

[Approved March 22, 1902.]

LAWS OF 1901.

CHAPTER 103.

AN ACT RELATING TO THE ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES TO THE

GENERAL COURT.

SECTION
3. Repealing clause; act takes effect

on passage.

SECTION
1. Apportionment of representa-

tives.
2. Representation of towns having

less than six hundred inhabit-
ants.

SECTION I. Until another general census of the state is taken and officially promulgated, the following named towns and wards may send representatives to the general court under the authority of the constitution as follows:

One representative each from Alexandria, Allenstown, Alstead, Alton, Amherst, Andover, Antrim, Ashland, Auburn, Barnstead, Barrington, Bartlett, Bath, Bedford, Belmont, Bennington, Bethlehem, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Brentwood, Bristol, Brookline, Campton, Canaan, Candia, Canterbury, Carroll, Charlestown, Chester, Chesterfield, Columbia, wards two, three, and eight of Concord, Cornish, Danbury, Danville, Deerfield, Durham, Dublin, ward five of Dover, Effingham, Epping, Epsom, Fitzwilliam, Francestown, Franconia, ward one of Franklin, Fremont, Gilford, Gilmanton, Gorham, Greenfield, Greenland, Greenville, Grafton, Hampton, Hampstead, Hancock, Harrisville, Henniker, Holderness, Hollis, Hooksett, Hopkinton, Hill, Hudson, Jackson, Jefferson, wards four and five of Keene, Kingston, ward three of Laconia, Londonderry, Loudon, Lyme, Lyndeborough, ward seven of Manchester, Marlborough, Meredith, Merrimack, Milan, Milton, Moultonborough, wards four, five, and six of Nashua, New Boston, New Durham, Newfields, New Hampton, New Ipswich, New London, Northfield, Northwood, Nottingham, North Hampton, Newton, Orford, Ossipee, Pelham, Piermont, Pittsburg, Plainfield, Plaistow, wards four and five of Portsmouth, Raymond, Rindge, Rollinsford, wards one, two, three, five, and six

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