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170   LAWS OF ONTARIO

municipal organization under the signature of the judge of the district court or an inspector of public or separate schools or a police magistrate, or any person appointed by the board for that purpose, certifying that she has personally appeared and has satisfied him that she is of the full age of twenty-one years, has resided in Canada a sufficient length of time and possesses all such requirements as would be necessary to entitle her, if unmarried, to become naturalized as a British subject, and that she has taken the oath of allegiance to His Majesty.

and no woman shall be entitled to be entered on the

list of voters or to vote unless so qualified.

Exceptions as to soldiers' franchise.

(3) Subsections 1 and 2 shall not apply to any person qualified to vote under paragraph 2 of section 6.

10.-(1) A person who is an unenfranchised Indian of whole or part Indian blood and residing or having his domicile among Indians, or on an Indian reserve, shall not be entitled to have his name entered on the list of voters or to vote unless such persons has served in any country in the naval or military forces of Great Britain or Canada, or of any other British Dominion or possession, or in the naval or military forces of any of the allies of Great Britain in the late war with Germany and her allies.

Special oath.

(2) A person alleged by a candidate or by the representative of a candidate to be an Indian or a person of whole or part Indian blood and


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