56A-10. Procedure for voting where there are no separate constituencies or more than one seat to be filled in one constituency
In cases where there are no constituencies defined in the bye-laws or where more than one seat is authorised in the bye-laws for a constituency, voting in so far as these seats are concerned shall be recorded in accordance with the following provisions, namely—
(a) every voter shall be entitled to give as many votes as there are seats for filling,, which votes are to be taken but no voter shall give more than one vote to any one candidate;
(b) the voter shall make a mark on the ballot paper with the instrument supplied for the purpose on or near the symbols of the candidate or candidates for whom he intends to vote, so however, that no part of any mark so made shall appear in the space provided for other candidates. The voter shall thereafter fold the marked ballot paper, so as to conceal his vote and insert the folded ballot paper into the ballot box and without undue delay leave the polling station.