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In force Feb.[February] 27, 1841.
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Additional polls to be opened
Sec.[Section] 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly, That polls shall be opened at the town of Lynchburg, and at the house of James Walker, (in Walker’s Grove,) in the county of Mason, at the same time, and for the same objects, and under the same regulations as provided for at the town of Havana, by the act to which this is supplemental.2
Approved, February 27, 1841.
1On February 9, 1841, James N. Brown presented a petition from citizens of Mason County for an election precinct, and the house referred it to a select committee. On February 16, Brown introduced HB 274, and the House of Representatives passed it the same day. The Senate concurred on February 24. On February 27, the Council of Revision approved the bill, and the act became law.
Illinois House Journal. 1840. 12th G. A., 350, 409, 503, 546, 547, 564; Illinois Senate Journal. 1840. 12th G. A., 329, 397-98.
2Section three of the original act provided for elections at Havana only; this act opened additional polling places in the southwestern and central portions of the new county.

Printed Document, 1 page(s), Laws of the State of Illinois, Passed by the Twelfth General Assembly (Springfield, IL: William Walters, 1841), 90, GA Session 12-2,