The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 12
The affairs of the League to be conducted by a committee of seven Members (with power to add to their number), three to form a quorum. The committee shall retire at the Annual Meeting, but shall be eligible for re-election.
The Committee meet on the first Friday in every month at 2 o'clock while Parliament is sitting, otherwise every alternate month, as shall be found convenient. Their Meetings shall be open to the Members of the League, who shall be entitled to take part, and the Associate-Members may vote.page 5
The Annual Meeting of the League shall take place early in July; a Report of the year's proceedings shall be laid before it, and a statement of the Accounts properly audited.
- Albin Martin, Esq., Chairman
- Hon. H. Chamberlin, M.L.C.
- Hon. E. MacLean, M.L.C.
- Major Walmsley
- William Woodward, Esq.
- H. S. Andrews, Esq.
- E. Woolfield, Esq.
- R. Bent, Esq.
S. Kempthorne, Secretary and Treasurer.
A Subscription of 10s. yearly constitutes an Associate-Member of the League. A like subscription of 5s. constitutes a Country Member, and a subscriber of 2s. 6d. shall be entered as a "Subscriber." The votes of two Subscribers shall count as one vote at the Annual or Special Meetings of the League.
A Secretary, Treasurer and Auditor shall be appointed at the Annual Meeting and shall continue to act from year to year, unless a notice of motion for a change shall have been given by some member, at a previous meeting in June.
The Secretary and Treasurer shall be ex officio members of the Committee.
N.B.—The Standing Orders adopted by the Provincial Council shall, as far as practicable, generally guide the League in the conduct of their meetings.