§ 17-19-30. Voters who register by making a mark rather than signature.
Any voter who has registered by making his or her mark rather than his or her signature, or who shall be physically unable to sign his or her name at the time of offering himself or herself to vote, shall identify himself or herself by correctly answering any questions put to him or her by the supervisors that may test the voter's knowledge of the information recorded on the voter's registration card. In that case, the bipartisan pair of supervisors shall complete a ballot application for the voter and shall make and annex to this ballot application an affidavit that they identified the voter in the manner authorized by this section. They shall permit the voter to affix the voter's mark to the application in their presence and shall record their approval on the application as in other cases.
(P.L. 1958, ch. 18, § 1.)