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Notwithstanding anything in section 76 of the Act of 1845, the attorney of any member duly authorised in writing or, in case of a corporation, an officer or attorney so authorised may appoint a proxy to vote for and on behalf of the member and for that purpose may execute on behalf of the member the necessary form of proxy.
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