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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7

Honorary Members or Visitors XI

Honorary Members or Visitors XI.

Gentlemen newly arrived, or being vsitors in the Province,

Honorary Members

may be admitted by any two members of the Committee of Management as "Honorary Members," for any period not exceeding one month, during which time they shall not be called upon for any Subscription. And it shall then be in the power of the Committee to invite such Gentlemen to remain Honorary Members of the Club for the further period of three months, upon payment of One Guinea Subscription ninthly in advance. The names and addresses of such Honorary Members shall be entered by the Steward, and endorsed by the respective signatures of page 10 the two members admitting the same, in a book to be kept for that purpose. Honorary Members shall not be allowed to introduce strangers into the Club, but any Member of the Club may introduce a non-Member in company with himself. Should any complaint be made to the Committee of the introduction to the Club of any non-Member, the Committee shall consider such complaint; and, are empowered to require that the introduction of the visitor complained of be discontinued.