If I read the marginal notes perhaps that would be sufficient to describe them. The first offence is interfering with the voter marking his ballot paper by the candidate, officer, clerk, agent or other person. The second provision is that the ballot paper when given to the voters is not to be shown to any one for the purpose of giving information as to the manner in which he has voted, nor is it to be shown by the deputy returning officer or any person, so that those present may know how the voter has voted.
October 20, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)
Topic: DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT AMENDMENT.