New York Indian Law
Sec. § 108
Qualifications of Voters


All Indians of the Saint Regis tribe, who are eighteen years of age or upwards, who reside on the American side of the line dividing the United States from Canada, and who are entitled to draw the yearly annuity money, shall be entitled to vote for the chiefs or headmen, the subchiefs and clerk of the tribe at the elections of such tribe provided for by this article.
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