180. (1) The ballot paper must permit each candidate to be clearly identified.
(1.1) The ballot paper shall contain on the obverse, in alphabetical order of surnames, first, the given name and then the surname of each candidate. The candidate’s residence, address, profession or occupation shall appear under the name of the candidate or, as the case may be, in the case of a municipality subject to Chapter VII of the Act respecting elections in certain municipalities (chapter E-2.1), his political affiliation or the word “independent”, as the case may be.
(1.2) The ballot paper must contain on the reverse, a space reserved for the initials of the deputy returning officer, the name and address of the printer and the designation of the electoral district, where such is the case.
(1.3) The ballot paper shall be provided with a counterfoil and a stub both bearing the same number on the reverse, the whole according to Form 19. The ballot papers shall be numbered consecutively.
(2) The ballot paper shall be printed on writing paper sufficiently thick so that writing does not appear through it.
(3) All the ballot papers to be used at an election shall be of the same form and as nearly as possible alike.
(4) The ballot papers shall bear the name of the printer by whom they were printed.
(5) The printer shall, upon delivering to the returning officer the ballot papers which he has printed, file in his hands a sworn declaration containing the description of such ballot papers, the number of ballot papers supplied to such returning officer, and the fact that no other ballot papers have been supplied by him to any one else.