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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7

Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings

Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings


Annual General Meeting

There shall be Annual General Meeting of the Club on the second Saturday in August—or should that day be a holiday, then on the day previous—for the purpose of transacting the general business of the Club, electing a Committee of Management for the succeeding year, receiving from the Committee a report and abstract of the accounts of the Club for the past year, and considering propositions for any new Rule or alteration of page 11 any existing Rule of the Club, of which due notice shall have been given in writing, signed by at least two Members, and which notice shall have been posted in the Smoking room of the Club, for not less than twenty-one days prior to such meeting. The yearly accounts to be certified by two Auditors appointed at a previous General Meeting.


If at any time it shall be deemed expedient to adopt any new

Extra ordinary General Meeting

Rule, or alter any existing one, or to make any other proposition which may appear to require the sanction of a general meeting, the Committee may call an extraordinary general meeting, on giving fourteen days' notice, specifying the subject intended to be submitted—the discussion at which meeting shall be confined to the subjects specified alone. The Committee may also call an extraordinary general meeting on the requisition of ten Members, under restrictions similar to the preceding.


At all General Meetings or Special Meetings, thirty members


must be present before proceeding to business, but should there not be a quorum, the members present may, at the expiration of half-an-hour from the time appointed for assembling, adjourn the meeting for a period of not less than seven, nor more than fourteen, days, of which due notice shall be given.