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17 ten days from the receipt thereof, to make return on oath to the 18 clerk, as to the places where and dates at which said copies were 19 respectively posted; which return the clerk shall record in a 20 book kept in his office for the purpose; and he shall keep in his 21 office for public inspection, for at least sixty days after receiving 22 the list, not less than ten certified copies thereof, and also cause 23 the list to be published in such other manner as may be pre- 24 scribed by law; the original list returned by the treasurer shall 25 be filed and preserved by the clerk among the public records of 26 his office for at least five years after receiving the same. Within 27 thirty days after the list has been posted any person who shall 28 have paid his or her capitation tax, but whose name is omitted from the certified list, may, after five days' written notice to the treasurer, apply to the circuit court of his or her county, or corporation court of his or her city, or to the judge thereof in vacation, to have the same corrected and his or her name endorsed thereon, which appreciation the court or judge shall promptly hear and decide. The clerk shall deliver, or cause to be delivered, with the poll-books, at a reasonable time before every election, to one of the judges of election of each precinct of his county or city, a like certified copies of the list, which shall be conclusive evidence of the facts therein stated for the purpose of voting. The clerk


shall also, within sixty days after the filing of the list by the treasurer, forward a certified copy thereof, with such corrections as may have been made by order of the court or judge, to the Auditor of Public Accounts, who shall charge the amount of the poll taxes stated therein to such treasurer unless previously accounted for. Further evidence of the prepayment of the capitation taxes required by this Constitution, as a pre-requisite to the right to register and vote, may be prescribed by law. 2. Resolved, that the clerk of the House of Delegates, or if a vacancy happen in said office, the presiding officer of either house of the General Assembly, be, and they are, hereby authorized and required to cause these proposed amendments and these resolutions to be published in one newspaper published in each of the cities of the Commonwealth of the first class, once a week for three consecutive months previous to the time of electing the members of the General Assembly at the next general election of members of the House of Delegates. 3. Resolved, that the clerk of the House of Delegates be required to transmit to the General Assembly at its first regular session held after the next general election of members of the House of Delegates, a certified copy of these proposed amendments to the Constitution and these resolutions, together with the