215. The ballot papers having been counted and a list drawn up of the number of votes given to each candidate, and the number of rejected ballot papers, the deputy returning officer shall put all the ballot papers, indicating the votes given for each candidate respectively, into separate envelopes or parcels.
He shall likewise put the ballot papers rejected, those spoiled and those unused, respectively, into separate envelopes or parcels.
The deputy returning officer shall seal all such envelopes or parcels and endorse them so as to indicate their contents. Any agent present in the polling station may, if he wishes, write his signature and place his seal across the flap of such envelopes or parcels.
R. S. 1964, c. 193, s. 243.