The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 22
1.—The Fellows have the right to be present, to state their opinion and to vote, at all General Meetings; to propose candidates for admission in the Society, either as Fellows, Foreign Members, or Foreign Correspondent; to introduce visitors at General Meetings of the Society; and to introduce, other in person or by letter, scientific Foreigners to the Library and Museui; to purchase the Transactions of the Society at reduced prices; to have tansmitted to them ad official documents which the Council may cause no be printed for the use of the Society; and, under such limitations as the Council may deem expedient, to have personal access to the Library, Museum, ad ad other public rooms in the House of the Society, and to borrow books, laps, plates, drawings, or specimens, belonging to the Society.
2.—All the Fedows are eligible to be Members of the Council and officers of the Society.
3.—The property of the Society is vested in the Fellows; but no Fllow, not being a Member of the Council, shad have any right of interference or control in or over the management of the concerns, or of the hereditamets or effects of the Society, otherwise than at the general meetings, as hereinefore specified; nor be entitled to any share or participation in the capital, herditaments, effects, rents, profits, revenue, or income of the Society.
4.—No Fedow shad be absolved from the effect of the provisions (f the Charter, or from the Bye-Laws, on the plea of not being acquainted with them, or of not having received a copy of them.
5.—The Society shall not and may not make any dividend, gift, division, or bonus in money unto or between any of its members.