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ELECTORAL FRANCHISE   167

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

  2. Is and has been for a period of twelve months next preceding the day of polling, a resident of and domiciled in Ontario;

  3. Is at the time of voting a resident of and domiciled in the electoral district.

 

Removal from one electoral district to another.

7.-(1) Notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained, a person who was a resident in, and is entered on the list prepared for any polling subdivision or polling place in an electoral district, or who would have been entitled to be so entered had he remained a resident in such electoral district, and who has removed from such electoral district in the course of his ordinary profession, occupation or calling, and has become a resident of and is domiciled in another electoral district and any person ordinarily resident with such first mentioned person as a member of his family or house-hold who has so removed from such first mentioned person, shall be entitled to be entered on the list of voters in such last mentioned electoral district by the revising officer, or by the judge as the case may be, upon filing with the revising officer, or judge, an affidavit (form 1) and producing such other evidence that he was so entered or entitled to be so entered and that such removal was solely for the purpose of carrying on such profession, occupation or calling, as the revising officer, or judge, may deem necessary.

 

Certificate.

(2) The revising officer, or judge, shall give to every


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