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Constitution, by-laws and rules of order of St. Andrews Section, no. 188, Cadets of Temperance

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Published by s.n.] in [Montreal? .
Written in English


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SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 48402, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 48402
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Number of Pages17
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Open LibraryOL24643031M
ISBN 10066548402X

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S. 3rd Street Suite Louisville, KY Administrative Office: () National Office: () There shall be no voting by proxy. Action at meetings shall be by majority vote of members present and voting, unless herein otherwise provided. The exception to this is amending the Constitution, Bylaws or the American Kennel Club Standard for the Breed as provided in Article VI, Section 4 or dissolution as provided in Article VII. Docket No. , 27 FR , , unless otherwise noted. Editorial Note: For miscellaneous amendments to cross references in this part , see Amdt. , 31 FR , July 6, Section 1. Officers. The officers of the Society shall consist of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Communications Director and Pastor. No individual may hold more than one office at any one time. Section 2. Terms of Office. Each of the officers will serve a one-year term, beginning on.

The Association shall have no fewer than five (5) Directors. The total number of Directors may be determined by the Board, and subject to By-Laws section VIII Elections, below. VI. Membership All who adopt the objectives of the association and abide by its rules are eligible for membership, according to the By-Laws. F. Order of Business (standard agenda for conducting meetings) G. Parliamentary Authority (provisions for rules of order, generally Robert’s Rules of Order-Newly Revised) H. Amendment Procedures (means of proposals, notice required, voting requirements) I. Other . Draw up a constitution and bylaws for the group. The constitution should have a statement of purpose, which lays out the purpose of the group and what its goals are. It's essentially a declaration. The bylaws are the rules that members of the group have to abide by, and they set out the nuts and bolts for how the group should conduct itself. By C. Alan Jennings, PRP, PRP. No matter how good a job you’ve done creating your bylaws, sooner or later you’ll need to change something. Robert’s Rules encourages creating bylaws that can’t be too easily amended, but amending them isn’t so difficult that you can’t consider and make changes within a reasonable time when necessary.

Rules. Section 1. The latest edition of Roberts Rules of Order shall prevail at all meetings unless otherwise specified in the By-Laws. ARTICLE VIII. Amendments. Section 1. Amendments to the By-Laws may be made by mail ballot by the membership after the proposed amendment has been published either in the newsletter or by special announcement. All meetings of the Society shall be governed by these by-laws and the latest version of Robert’s Rules of Order, Revised. At meetings of the Society the following order of business shall be observed as far as it is consistent with the purpose of the meeting: 1. Reading of the Minutes 2. Report of Officers 3. Report of Committees 4. Elections. Section 4. The hierarchy of laws governing the Parish Comprises, in order, the Constitution and Canons of the Episcopal Church, the Constitution and Canons of the Diocese of Chicago, this Constitution, the by-laws, resolution or actions. Any by-law, resolution or action which is inconsistent with any provision of a higher law with in. Section 3: The president-elect shall be elected for a one-year term. He or she shall be a member of the Council. If the office of president shall, through any cause, become vacant, the president-elect shall thereupon become president. Section 4: The vice-presidents shall be elected for staggered three-year terms. Each shall serve as a member of.