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166   LAWS OF ONTARIO

  1. Is the full age of twenty-one years;

  2. Is not disqualified under the Ontario Election Act or the Disqualification Act, 1919, or otherwise by law prohibited from voting;

whether he or she is or is not an Indian, enfranchised or unenfranchised or of whole or part Indian blood, and who,

  1. Served in any country in the naval or military forces of Great Britain or Canada or of any other British possession, or in the naval or military forces of any of the allies of Great Britain in the late war with Germany; and

  2. Is an inmate or patient or employed and resident in any military hospital or institution for the reception, treatment or training of persons who have so served, or in any hospital or institution for the blind or deaf or eleemosynary institution situated in the electoral district.

And there shall be entered on every list prepared under this Act, opposite the name of any person

so qualified, the letters "S.F." (Soldiers' Franchise).

Territory without municipal organization.

3. In territory without municipal organization every man and every woman who, at the time of tendering a vote:

  1. Is of the full age of twenty-one years;

 

  1. Is a British subject;


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