E-2.2 - Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities

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182. After the close of the advance polling station, the poll clerk shall enter the following particulars in the poll book:
(1)  the number of electors who have voted;
(2)  the number of ballot papers cancelled and the number of unused ballot papers;
(3)  the names of the persons who have performed duties as election officers or representatives.
The deputy returning officer shall place, in separate envelopes, the ballot papers found in the ballot box, the cancelled ballot papers, the unused ballot papers, the forms, and the list of electors, and seal them. He shall then place the poll book and the envelopes, except the envelope containing the list of electors, in the ballot box, and seal it.
The deputy returning officer, the poll clerk and the representatives who wish to do so shall affix their initials to the seals of the envelopes and of the ballot box.
The deputy returning officer shall then remit the ballot box and the envelope containing the list of electors to the returning officer or the person designated by him.
1987, c. 57, s. 182.