April 29, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

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The SOLICITOR GENERAL.

Yes.
6a. Section 7 of said section 64 is repealed, and the following is substituted therefor :
' 7. From any oath which any such person offering his vote at such election may be required to take there shall be omitted any statements as to residence which cannot, by reason of such change of residence as Is mentioned in the next preceding subsection, truthfully make, and instead of such statements, the following paragraph may be added to such oath :-
' That you have resided in the (city or town) of of which this polling division is
a part continuously from the said day of 19 , (insert here the day
of the first sitting held for registration of manhood suffrage voters, and if the voter has been temporarily absent for any of the purposes allowed by law, insert the words following: 'except occasionally or temporarily in the prosecution of your occupation as, mentioning, as the case may be, a lumberman or mariner or fisherman or in attendance es a student in an institution of learning in the Dominion of Canada (naming the institution), and that you are now actually a

resident of and domiciled in the said (city or town).'

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   DOMINION ELECTIONS ACT, 1900, AMENDMENT.
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