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SCHEDULE OF FORMS.

A. (See Section 10).
THE NATURALIZATION ACT, CANADA, 1881.

Oath of Residence. I, A. B., do swear (or, being a person allowed by law to affirm in judicial cases, do affirm) that, in the period of years preceding this date I have resided three (or five, as the case may be) years in the Dominion of Canada with intent to settle therein, without having been, during such three years (or five years, as the case may be), a stated resident in any foreign country. So help me God. Sworn before me at

A. B.

on the

day of

THE NATURALIZATION ACT OF CANADA, 1881.

Oath of Service. I, A. B., do swear (or, being a person allowed by law to affirm in judicial cases, do affirm), that, in the period of years preceding this date, I have been in the service of the Government of Canada (or, of the Government of the Province of

in Canada, or as the case may be) for

*

Signature of official who administers the oath. Every such oath shall be taken and subscribed by such alien, and may be administered to him by any of the following persons, viz.:-A judge of a court of record in Canada, a commissioner authorized to administer oaths in any court of record in Canada, a commissioner authorized by the Governor-General to take oaths under this Act, a Justice of the Peace of the County or district where the alien resides, a Notary Public, a Stipendiary Magistrate, a Police Magistrate. Vide ante, p. 61.

the term of th ree years, and I intend, when naturalized, to reside in Canada (or to serve under the government of as the case may be).

Sworn before me at

on the day of

A. B.

THE NATURALIZATION ACT, CANADA, 1881.

Oath of Allegiance.

I, A. B., do sincerely promise and swear (or, being a person allowed by law to affirm in judicial cases, affirm) that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, as lawful Sovereign of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the Dominion of Canada, dependent on and belonging to the said Kingdom, and that I will defend her to the utmost of my power against all traitorous conspiracies or attempts whatever which shall be made against Her Person, Crown and Dignity, and that I will do my utmost endeavour to disclose and make known to Her Majesty, Her Heirs or Successors, all treasons or traitorous conspiracies and attempts which I shall know to be against Her or any of them; and allthis I do swear (or affirm) without any equivocation, mental evasion or secret reservation. So help me God.

Sworn before me at

this

A. B.

day of

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* See preceding note, p. 86. + See note to Form A.

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B (See Section 12).
THE NATURALIZATION ACT, CANADA, 1881.

Certificate under Section 12.
I, C. D. (name and description of the person before whom
the oaths have been taken-See Section 11), do certify that
A. B., an alien, on the

day of

subscribed and took before me the oaths (or affirmations) of residence and allegiance (or service and allegiance, as the case may be), authorized by the tenth section of The Naturalization Act, Canada, 1881, and therein swore (or affirmed) to a residence in Canada (or service, &c.), of

years, that I have reason to believe and do believe that the said A. B., within the period of years preceding the said day, has been a resident within Canada for (three or five, as the case may be) years (or has been in the service of the Government of Canada for three years; or, as the case may be), that the said A. B. is a person of good character, and that there exists, to my knowledge, no reason why the said A. B. should not be granted all the rights and capacities of a natural born British subject. Dated at

the
day of

C.D. If the above Certificate be applied for by a person, with respect to whose nationality a doubt exists, and who desires a special Certificate of Naturalization under Section eighteen, add the following ;

“I further certify that the said A. B. has doubts as to his nationality as a British subject, and desires a special certificate of naturalization under section eighteen of said Act.”

If the above certificate be applied for by a person previously a natural born British subject, but who became an alien by naturalization, an appropriate statement to that effect should be inserted in the certificate.

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C. (See Section 15).
THE NATURALIZATION ACT, CANADA, 1881.

Certificate of Naturalization.
Dominion of Canada,

} Province of

In the name of Court):

Whereas, A. B., of, &c. (describing him as formerly of such a place, in such a foreign country, and now of such a place in Canada, and adding his occupation or addition), has complied with the several requirements of The Naturalization Act, Canada, 1881, and has duly resided in Canada for the period of (three or five, as the case may be) years. And whereas the certificate granted to the said A. B. under the twelfth section of the said Act has been duly read in open Court, and thereupon, by order of the said Court, has been filed of record in the same pursuant to the said Act (). This is therefore to certify to all whom it may concern that under and by virtue of the said Act, A. B. has become naturalized as a British subject (S), and is, within Canada, entitled to all political and other rights, powers and privileges, and is subject to all obligations to which a natural born British subject is entitled or subject within Canada, with this qualification that he shall not, when within the limits of the foreign State of which he was a subject (or citizen) previous to the date hereof, be deemed to be a British subject unless he has ceased to be a subject (or citizen) of that State in pursuance of the laws thereof or in pursuance of a treaty or convention to that effect. Given under the seal of the said Court, this , one thousand eight hundred and

E. F. Judge, Clerk (or other proper officer of the Court.) This form may be altered so as to apply to the North-West Territories or District of Keewatin.* * See Regulations, post. p. 94.

day of

D (See Section 16.)

THE NATURALIZATION ACT, CANADA, 1881.

Certificate of Naturalization to a person after service under

Government.

Whereas A. B., of (describing him, and adding his occupation or addition) has complied with the several requirements of The Naturalization Act, Canada, 1881, and has been in the service of the Government of Canada, (or, as the case may be) for a term of not less than three years, and intends, when naturalized, to reside in Canada (or to serve under the Government of

as the case may be); and whereas the certificate granted to the said A. B., under the twelfth section of the said Act, has been duly filed of record in the office of Her Majesty's Secretary of State for Canada pursuant to the said Act; and whereas the Governor General in Council has duly authorized the issue of this certificate of naturalization; This is therefore to certify to all whom it may concern that under and by virtue of the said Act the said A. B. has become naturalized as a British subject and is, within Canada, entitled to all political and other rights, powers and privileges, and is subject to all obligations to which a natural born British subject is entitled or subject within Canada, with this qualification that he shall not, when within the limits of the foreign State of which he was a subject (or citizen) previous to the date hereof, be deemed to be a British subject unless he has ceased to be a subject (or citizen) of that State in pursuance of the laws thereof, or in pursuance of a treaty or convention to that effect.

Given under my hand, this

day of

Secretary of State of Canada.

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