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Registrar's certificate to be delivered to the person by or before whom the marriage is solemnized. 28. If at any time subsequent to the registry of any such building for solemnizing marriages therein it shall be made to appear to the satisfaction of the registrar general that such building has been disused for the public religious worship of the congregation on whose behalf it was registered as aforesaid, the registrar general shall cause the registry thereof to be cancelled; provided that if it shall be proved to the satisfaction of the registrar general that the same congregation use instead thereof some other such building for the purpose of public religious worship, the registrar general may substitute and register such new place of worship instead of the disused building, although such new place of worship may not have been used for that purpose during one year then next preceding; and every application for cancelling the registry of any such building, or for such substitution and registry of a substituted building, shall be made to the registrar general by or through the registrar of the district; and such cancelling or substitution when made, shall be made known by the registrar general to the registrar, who shall enter the fact and the date thereof in the book provided for the registry of such buildings, and shall certify and publish such cancelling or substitution and registry in manner herein-before provided in the case of the original registry of the disused building; and for every such substitution the registrar shall receive from the party requiring the substitution [the prescribed fee]; and after such cancelling or substitution shall have been made by the registrar general it shall not be lawful to solemnize any marriage in such disused building, unless the same shall be again registered in the manner herein-before provided.
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