September 12, 1917 (12th Parliament, 7th Session)

LIB

Edward Walter Nesbitt

Liberal

Mr. NESBITT:

If the minister looks at paragraph 65 (a) of the Act, clause 3, line 34, ihe will see what I mean:
If the enumerator refuses or omits to enter upon the list the name of any person the applicant may, in person or in the case of a qualified person who may be absent from the polling division at the time of the enumeration, an elector in the polling division acting on such absent person's behalf, may within three days after the posting up by the enumerator of such list, appeal to such Board.
That is what I asked my hon. friend about last night. I want that extended to five days.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   THE HOUSE IN COMMITTEE ON THE WARTIME ELECTIONS ACT-RULE 17B APPLIED.
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