C-19 - Cities and Towns Act

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396. (Repealed).
R. S. 1964, c. 193, s. 410; 1968, c. 55, s. 117; 1987, c. 57, s. 712.
396. At the close of the poll the returning officer and the poll clerk, in the presence of the agents if any have been appointed, shall proceed to count the votes and shall make a list of them, counting and separating the yeas and the nays and, if there be occasion, the ballots by number and those by value.
If the vote was taken in number and in value, the list shall indicate, besides the ordinary details, the total amount of the affirmative votes in value and the total amount of the negative votes in value, as well as the total amount of the votes in value of the persons qualified to vote who voted, as entered in the poll book.
Such list shall be certified by the returning officer and by the poll clerk, and must declare, over their signatures, whether the by-law has been approved or disapproved, with the necessary particulars.
Such list shall be laid before the council at its next sitting.
The poll book and the list of the votes shall be deposited in the archives of the municipality.
In the event of a tie in the vote, whether in number or in value, the mayor shall give the casting vote.
R. S. 1964, c. 193, s. 410; 1968, c. 55, s. 117.