183. The polling stations shall be established in a room or building convenient of access, with an outside door for the admittance of voters, and having, if possible, another door through which they may leave after having voted.
One or two compartments shall be made within the room, so arranged that each voter may be screened from observation, and may, without interference or interruption by any person whomsoever, mark his ballot paper.
In each compartment a table or desk with a hard and smooth surface shall be provided, upon which the voter may mark his ballot paper; and upon such table or desk a suitable black lead pencil shall be provided and kept properly sharpened throughout the hours of polling.
R. S. 1964, c. 193, s. 209; 1968, c. 55, s. 79.