The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 36
The voter is to strike out the proposition for which he does not intend to vote by drawing a line through the same with a pencil.
He must be careful not to leave uncancelled more than one proposition, and if he votes in favor of the second proposition he must fill in the blank with the given number for which he wishes to vote, otherwise this ballot-paper will be void.
The ballot-paper so marked by or for the voter is to be dropped by him into the ballot-box.
The voter is not permitted to take his ballot-paper out of the ballot-room or polling-booth.