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

Subjects:

  • Montreal Club.,
  • Montréal (Quebec) -- Clubs.

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (16 fr.).
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18808283M
ISBN 100665550146

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Includes an alphabetical list of members. Addeddate Allowjpgs true Call number CIHM City MontrealPages: Committee Meetings – Regulations 27 Committee Meetings – Voting 29 Committee members – Absent without leave 26 Contracts for Promotion of Sport Constitution Copy of Alterations on Notice Board 1 52 Corporate Members Country Members D Declaration of personal interest Delegation of Powers to Sub -Committee. Fisher copy: In original blue wrappers. This banner text can have : The Committee may call a Special General Meeting at any time for any special purpose, and must do so immediately upon a requisition in writing send to the Secretary, (stating the purposes for which the meeting is required and the resolutions to be put to the meeting) from [ ] Ordinary members of the Club.

The Regulatory Advisory Committee is composed of representatives from business, both large and small, and a consumer group. The following is a list of current members (–15): Mr. Vic Young: Chair of the Committee; Mr. Bruce Cran, President, Consumers' Association of Canada; Mr. David Fung, Chairman and CEO, ACDEG Group. The Club Committee shall hold not less than four meetings a year. (e) An outgoing member of the Club Committee may be re-elected. Any vacancy on the Club Committee which arises between Annual General Meetings shall be filled by a member proposed by one and seconded by another of the remaining Club Committee members and approved by a simple. All by-laws and regulations passed by the Committee shall be binding on the members of the club. The Committee shall have the power to fill vacancies occurring in their number during the year. At all meetings of the Committee, the Club Chairman, or in his absence the Club Captain will take the chair. (c) Decisions of the Club Committee of meetings shall be entered into the Minute Book of the Club to be maintained by the Club Secretary. (d) Any member of the Club Committee may call a meeting of the Club Committee by giving not less than seven days’ notice to all members of the Club Committee. The Club Committee shall hold.

This sample constitution is for illustrative purposes only. As an example your constitution may authorize the club to collect dues from its members whereas the by-laws will specify the amount of the dues to be collected a club constitution is “the law” of the club and becomes the internal authority forFile Size: 61KB. (iii) elect the members of the Club Committee (iv) consider any other business b) Nominations for election of members as Club Officers or as members of the Club Committee shall be made in writing by the proposer and seconder, both of whom must he existing members of the Club, to the Club Secretary not less than 21 days before the AGM. Focus on Second Amendment Rights — Also see Constitutional Defense page.. Militia Units — Directories and Web sites ; Gun Owners of America, Forbes Place #, Springfield, VA , / — The no-compromise poltical action group on firearm and militia rights.; National Rifle Association — Defender of the Second Amendment, but a little weak on the rest of the Constitution. Constitution of the Montreal Literary Club [microform] By-laws [microform] / Montreal Literary Club; Constitution of the Montreal Skating Club [microform] Constitution, list of committee and members, and regulations of the Montreal Club [microform] Constitution, list of members & by-laws of the St. James' Club, Montreal [microform].