§ MR. R. N. FOWLER
asked the Vice President of the Council, Whether, considering that the Second Schedule of the Education Act enacts that the poll of a parish shall be taken in like manner as a poll of ratepayers is usually taken, the Education Department has power to direct that in voting as to the expediency of having a Board the ratepayer is to have but one vote?
§ MR. W. E. FORSTER
said, he conceived that to admit the principle of plurality of votes would be contrary to both the spirit and the letter of the Education Act. Therefore, the Department would not think of directing that any elector should have more than one vote.