S-4.2, r. 22.1 - Regulation respecting the procedure for designating certain members of the board of directors of the public institution referred to in Part IV.2 of the Act respecting health services and social services

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40. On the date, at the time and place indicated in the polling notice, the scrutineers count the votes in the presence of the officer or a deputy officer.
The vote count is public.
The officer or the deputy officer cancels any ballot paper that
(1)  has not been provided by the officer;
(2)  does not bear the initials of the officer;
(3)  has not been marked;
(4)  has been marked in favor of more than 1 candidate;
(5)  has been marked in favor of a person who is not a candidate;
(6)  has been marked elsewhere than in the spaces reserved for that purpose;
(7)  bears fanciful or injurious entries;
(8)  bears a mark by which the member can be identified.
The officer or the deputy officer cancels a ballot paper by writing “Void” on it and initialing the paper. The number of rejected ballot papers is noted on the vote count report provided for in Schedule V.
M.O. 2015-016, s. 40.