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1954 c.21 21. ... every registrar shall have authority to grant licences for marriage in any building registered as herein-after provided within his district, or in his office, in the form of schedule (E) to this Act annexed, and for every such licence shall be entitled to have of the party requiring the same [the prescribed fee]; and every registrar shall four times in every year, on such days as shall be appointed by the registrar general, make a return to the registrar general of every licence granted by him since his last return, and of the particulars stated concerning the parties: ... Provided also, that nothing herein contained shall authorize any registrar to grant any licence for marriage in any church or chapel in which marriages may be solemnized according to the rites of the United Church of England and Ireland, or in any church or chapel belonging to the said United Church, or licensed for the celebration of divine worship according to the rites and ceremonies of the said United Church, or any licence for a marriage between two persons, both or one of whom shall be Presbyterians, in a Presbyterian meeting house certified as aforesaid.
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