47. Voting in Appeals and Complaints

  1. In voting upon a complaint, the vote shall be either to sustain, to sustain in part, or not to sustain.
  2. The effect of a vote to sustain shall be to sustain each and all of the items or counts of the complaint; that of a vote not to sustain shall be to annul each and all of the items or counts of the complaint; and that of a vote to sustain in part shall be to sustain one or more specific items or counts of the complaint.
  3. Those voting to sustain in part shall be required when voting to state what item or items, count or counts of the complaint they desire to sustain.
  4. In making up the vote on the complaint only those items or counts shall be declared to be sustained for the sustaining of which a majority of the votes cast has been given.

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