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Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 23 May 1906, p. 3

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Re Williams and Town of Oakville - W.H. Blake, K.C., and D.O. Cameron for Williams, moved to quash by-law No. 337 of the town of Oakville, entitled a by-law "to prohibit the sale of liquor in the town of Oakville" on the grounds, inter alia (1) that copies of the by-law were not posted up at four or more public places in the municipality, as required by statute, and that such neglect affected the reults of the election; (2) that voters' entered more than once on the voters list voted in all the polling subdivisions where there names appeared; (3) that there are no wards in the town, and no elector was entitled to vote more than once; (4) that no printed directions for the guidance of voters were posted up as required by statute; (5) that [crease in paper] deputy returning officers made or subscribed before the Clerk of the Municipality his solemn declaration that the voters' list and poll book were used, nor that the entries therein were made as required by statute, etc., etc. W.E. Middleton for the Town Corporation, contra. Order made quashing by-law. No costs. [Osgoode Hall reports published Tuesday last week.]

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Williams; Town of Oakville; W.H. Blake, K.C.; D.O. Cameron; by-law No. 337; prohibition of the sale of liquor

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23 May 1906
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Latest News About Home - Local Option Quashed at Oakville