E-3.3, r. 8 - Regulation respecting the paper manufacturer and printer of ballot papers

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chapter E-3.3, r. 8
Regulation respecting the paper manufacturer and printer of ballot papers
ELECTIONS — BALLOT PAPERS — PAPER MAKER AND PRINTER
Election Act
(chapter E-3.3, ss. 322 and 550).
E-3.3
September 1 2012
Decision 89-03-23; Decision 2000-12-20, s. 1.
DIVISION I
GENERAL
1. The Interpretation Act (chapter I-16) applies to this Regulation.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 1.
DIVISION II
MANUFACTURER OF PAPER FOR BALLOTS
2. The manufacturer of the paper required to print the ballot papers may not deliver the paper or disclose the thread or the special mark to any person other than the Chief Electoral Officer.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 2.
3. Against breach of section 2, the manufacturer shall furnish security of $10,000.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 3.
DIVISION III
PRINTER OF BALLOTS
4. When he receives the paper for printing the ballot papers, the printer shall count the sheets and send a receipt the same day to the Chief Electoral Officer.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 4.
5. When the printing of the ballot papers is completed, the printer shall replace in the box that contained the paper, every sheet of paper not used or spoiled as well as all the scraps of those sheets used.
The printer shall seal the box and send it back to the returning officer.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 5; Decision 2000-12-20, s. 2.
6. When delivering the ballot papers to the returning officer, the printer shall produce a declaration under oath containing the following information:
(1)  description of the ballot papers delivered;
(2)  number of sheets of paper he received to print them;
(3)  number of ballot papers made with each sheet of paper;
(4)  number of ballot papers delivered;
(5)  number of sheets of paper not used;
(6)  surname and given name of every person who worked at printing, counting, binding, packing or delivering the ballot papers.
The declaration under oath must also certify that no other ballot paper corresponding to the same description has been given to anyone.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 6.
7. Every person who worked at printing, counting, binding, packing or delivering ballot papers shall also give the returning officer a declaration under oath to the effect that he or she has not furnished ballot papers corresponding to the same description to any person other than the returning officer.
Decision 89-03-23, s. 7.
DIVISION IV
FINAL
8. (Omitted).
Decision 89-03-23, s. 8.
9. (Omitted).
Decision 89-03-23, s. 9.
REFERENCES
Decision 89-03-23, 1989 G.O. 2, 1576 and 3727
Decision 2000-12-20, 2001 G.O. 2, 1183