1. After the members of the electoral office have voted, and if there are any early votes, the chief electoral officer will open them and place them in the ballot box, according to the provisions of the following numbers.
2. The chief electoral officer will deliver the blue envelopes to the tellers, so these may establish whether the elector is duly registered and whether the proving document mentioned in no. 2 of article 79-B is enclosed.
3. Upon ticking off the vote on the register of electors, the chief electoral officer will open the white envelope and place the ballot paper in the ballot box.