Resident Members, Non-Resident Members, Absentee Members, Life Members, Honorary Members, and Associate Members shall be entitled to all the benefits and privileges of membership including the right to vote. 13.5. Non-Resident Members shall pay dues monthly in advance. If either the proposer or the seconder has known the candidate for less than 2 years, the nomination shall be accompanied by references in the form adopted by the Board from time to time signed by three Members or one letter of reference from another reputable club acceptable to the Board in its sole discretion. 8.1. Any Member shall have the privilege of entertaining guests in the parts of the Club allowed for their use under the House Rules and at the times that the Board, in its absolute discretion, may designate from time to time. The period of duration of the Club is perpetual. Subject to Bylaw 5.2, if approved by the Board, a person who was a spouse of a Member at the time of such Member’s death may be afforded privileges in the Club for such person and her or his guests as determined by the Board from time to time or as set out in the House Rules. 604 685 9321 Honorary Members, Diplomatic Members, Reciprocal Members, Temporary Members and Affiliate Members shall not be required to pay an entrance fee. The President shall act as chair of all meetings of the Board and shall undertake all such other duties as shall fall to the office of the President. member of the Club in good standing for a minimum of three (3) consecutive years immediately preceding their election. 2. Section A. Social Club Bylaws Social clubs can take many forms, and there is no set agreement on how one is defined. The Club shall not remunerate a Director for being or acting as a Director or officer but the Club shall reimburse each Director for all expenses necessarily and reasonably incurred while engaged in the affairs of the Club. Adult Student Membership $ 140.00. 7.7. This is the basic structure for an organization, and putting these items in the bylaws saves the organization time. 12.3. 13.3. Determine the good-standing status of members in accordance with club policy. Section 7 - Officers 8. The control and management of the Club and of its affairs and property shall be entrusted to a Board of Governors, consisting of nine (9) members, who shall be elected from among those holders of Certificates of Beneficial Interest who are not Trustees. If the Member fails to comply with this Bylaw 4.1, such Member shall cease to be a Member at the expiration of thirty days after notice in writing is given to the Member by the General Manager requesting compliance. 2.1. 13.11. “A Club is a haven of refuge and accord in a world torn by strife and discord. Clubs must react to changes in government regulations, tax laws, operational advancements and member expectations. (b) is deemed not to be a voting Member for the purpose of consenting to a resolution of voting Members. Resident Members, Non-Resident Members, Absentee Members, Life Members, Honorary Members, and Associate Members shall be entitled to all the benefits and privileges of membership including the right to vote. 4.4. The General Manager shall notify each candidate in writing of the Board’s decision. Membership shall be available to (all men/women 18 years of age or older). Any Member introducing a guest shall inscribe the name and address of the guest in the guest book and shall be responsible for any debt incurred by such guest in the Club. Section 3 - Membership Dues, Termination and Discipline 4. The Board, in its absolute discretion, may readmit a former Member who has ceased to be a Member pursuant to Bylaw 5.1 or 5.2 or who has been expelled pursuant to the provisions of Bylaw 8.4 or 8.5 upon payment of any arrears and all dues accrued since the date of ceasing to be a Member. 8.3. The General Manager shall have the right to delegate any of the duties and responsibilities of the General Manager under these Bylaws to such person or persons in the General Manager’s administration as the General Manager may determine from time to time, subject to the right of the Board to require that any such duties or responsibilities be performed by the General Manager. 7.4. The use and enjoyment of the Club Rooms by members of the Organization and their guests shall be subject to house rules adopted by the Organization. The National Club Association® (NCA®) has been the advocate for the private club industry in Washington, D.C., for more than 55 years. (b) a Director contravenes a provision of a provincial or federal enactment, becomes an undischarged bankrupt, or is declared incapable by a court. Every candidate for membership (other than as an Honorary Member), shall be considered by the Board in the manner and priority set out in this Bylaw 3.5. 22.3. If a Member opts out of electronic delivery, the General Manager must mail any document required to be delivered pursuant to Bylaws 13.2, 13.3, 13.4 and. 15.1. 14.2. and any such Director shall abstain from voting on a directors’ resolution or consenting to a consent resolution of directors in respect of a contract, transaction or matter described at Bylaw 14.17(a), leave the directors meeting, if any, when the contract, transaction or matter is discussed (unless asked by the other Directors to be present to provide information) or voted upon, and shall refrain from any action intended to influence the discussion or vote. Such candidate shall continue to hold such class of membership until changed as provided herein. 1.2. 1.3. He or she shall keep regular monthly accounts of the stores in the stock cellars and account with the Catering Manager, Barmen and Housekeeper for stores delivered for the consumption of the Members and for the use of the Club. 23.2. 5.4. If there are more candidates than the number of forthcoming vacancies on the Board, voting for the Directors shall be conducted by electronic means in accordance with Bylaw 14.8. ‘Non-Resident Members’ are persons elected as Members in accordance with these Bylaws and who have their principal place of residence and their principal place of business outside the Greater Vancouver or lower mainland area; (h.) SUPERNUMERARY MEMBERS. Section 5 - Directors 6. All meetings including meetings of Members shall be organized and conducted according to Robert’s Rules of Order to the extent such Rules are not inconsistent with these Bylaws. Members of a non- profit association or non- profit corporation do not receive profits in the form of dividends and have liability for debt the club may incur . A member who serves as President in his third and otherwise last year on the Board, shall serve an additional year as an ex-officio non-voting member of the Board in an advisory capacity. (h) A candidate’s nomination for membership must be rejected if opposed by at two or more Directors at the meeting in which the candidate’s election is considered by the Board. The General Manager shall forthwith post the name or names of the nominees on the Club Website and such names shall not be removed from the Club Website without the consent of the Board. and such removal is passed by a 2/3 majority of the Board. The Board shall place on the Members List as Absentee Members the names of all Resident and Associate Members who apply in writing and satisfy the Board that, commencing within a month or so of applying, they will be temporarily absent from the Vancouver Area for a continuous period of not less than four months. No act or proceeding of the Directors is invalid by reason only that, at the relevant time, the Club has no Immediate Past President or the Immediate Past President is unable or unwilling to serve as Director. 2.3. TRANSFERS TO OTHER CLASSES OF MEMBERSHIP, 10. The Club will keep its records at its registered office in the case of records not in electronic form. Section 4 - Meetings of Members 5. 14.7. ---BOARD OF GOVERNORS. In defining the structure of the organization, most bylaws include the following topics in this order: 1. A Non-Resident Member who becomes a Resident Member under Bylaw 4.1 and an Associate Member who becomes a Resident Member under Bylaw 4.3 shall pay forthwith the entrance fee then in effect for a Resident Member less any entrance fee paid when the Member first became a Member. BY-LAWS of ROBINWOOD PARK 24.1. 4.5. Name of the organization 2. If a Director election is held by electronic means, a Member may request a paper ballot, in accordance with the process set out in the notice of the annual general meeting sent to the Members pursuant to Bylaw 13.2, in which case the General Manager shall mail a paper ballot to such Member and such Member may vote for the Directors by completing the ballot form received from the General Manager, placing it in the envelope marked ‘Ballot Paper’, sealing that envelope, placing it in the outer envelope addressed to the General Manager and sealing the outer envelope, inserting the Member’s name and signature in the spaces provided on the back of the outer envelope, placing the outer envelope in a third envelope and either mailing that envelope prepaid or delivering it by hand so that it is received by the General Manager not later than 48 hours before the annual general meeting. Find out why you need to create your bylaws and what needs to be put in them. Section 10 - Effective DateBE IT ENACTED as a by-law of the Corporation as follows: Any requirement in Bylaw 8 to deliver a statement, document or written notice by mail, includes delivery by email. 19.1. In the event that a Member submits a paper ballot in addition to his or her electronic vote, the Member’s paper ballot will not be counted. The Board in its absolute discretion may limit or extend privileges of introducing guests. (a) ‘annual general meeting’ means the meeting of Members held once a year in accordance with the Societies Act; (b) ‘Board’ means the board of directors of the Club; (d) ‘Club notice board’ means the notice board set up in the Club premises; (e) ‘Club premises’ means the building and lands located at 915 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia; (f) ‘Club Website’ means the portion of the website maintained by the Club that is accessed by entering a Member’s unique login credentials; (g) ‘Director’ means a director of the Club; (h) ‘General Manager’ means the person appointed by the Board pursuant to Bylaw 18.1; (i) ‘Georgian Club’ means the society incorporated under number 1579 and named the Georgian Club; (j) ‘guest’ means any person who is not a Member; (k) ‘guest book’ means a book containing a record of guests and Reciprocal Members; (l) ‘House Rules’ means the rules established by the Club and posted on the Club Website for the purpose of facilitating the enjoyment of the Club for all Members; (m) ‘mail’ or ‘mailing’ shall include delivery by Canada Post office, delivery by hand, or delivery by electronic means such as email; (n) ‘Member’ means a member in any class of Members set out in Bylaw 2.2;(o) ‘Members List’ means a register of Members in which there is entered the names of the applicants for incorporation of the Club and of every other person who becomes a Member of the Club, together with: (i) each Member’s full name and resident address; (ii) each Member’s date of admission as a Member; (iii) the date upon which each Member’s membership ceases; and. The Board may pass a Director’s resolution without a meeting if all of the Directors consent to the resolution either in writing or by such electronic means as may be determined by the Board. Any Member who infringes the Bylaws or any of the House Rules or whose conduct either inside the Club or elsewhere is, in the opinion of the Board, detrimental to the character or interest of the Club, may be reprimanded and/or liable to a fine up to but not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500.00) or to suspension or expulsion from the Club, as may be determined by a vote of two-thirds of the Board present at a meeting held for the purpose of considering the matter, reasonable notice of such meeting having been previously given to such Member. A nomination for membership may be deferred without penalty by a candidate only once, following which the candidate shall lose any priority with respect to consideration of the candidate’s nomination by the Board pursuant to Bylaw 3.6. NCA Committees & Regional Council Members. 3. & sales tax, employee salaries, and other expenses of the private club. My perfect board would have three people nominated each year by the nominating committee for three available seats. Each Member shall be provided with a printed copy of the Constitution, Bylaws and House Rules. 8.4. A member of the Club may, without charge, inspect the records of the Club as authorized by the Board, subject to Bylaw 22.3. The General Manager shall be a Director and the Secretary of the Club and shall perform all duties prescribed by these Bylaws or assigned by the Board. 6.8. bylaws, meetings, membership cards, etc.). 13.15. 3.10. 5.1. 22.2. 18.5. Diplomatic Members shall pay dues monthly in advance. The membership of a readmitted Member shall be deemed not to have been interrupted by expulsion and the date of expulsion shall be erased from the Members record of account. MEMBERSHIP. The rights and interest of regular, life and senior members is neither alienable nor divisible in any manner or under any circumstances. 18.3. Every Member shall have the privilege of introducing guests to the Club. 14.6. © 2012. than 300 private clubs control costs, comply with regulatory requirements and provide excellent member benefits: ... for their members. (x) ‘Vancouver Area’ means the area within a radius of fifty-five kilometres from the Club premises, excluding Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands west of Georgia Strait, the Sunshine Coast (except Bowen Island) and any area south of the Canada/USA border or north of Britannia Beach or as may otherwise be defined at the discretion of the Board from time to time. All or any of the President, the Vice President and the other members of the Board may be removed from office by special resolution passed at a general meeting of the Members; and at such meeting the Members may, by ordinary resolution, fill any vacancy so created. ‘Resident Members’ are persons elected as Members in accordance with these Bylaws and who have their principal place of residence in the Greater Vancouver Area or who have their principal place of business in the Vancouver Area; (d.) DIPLOMATIC MEMBERS. 6.4. 6.6. 13.8. 6.9. Members shall pay two plus one half percent compounding per month on all overdue accounts. If a Non-Resident Member uses the Club for a period longer than 25 days in any one quarter, then for each month in such quarter he or she shall pay dues equal to those of a Resident Member. At least fourteen days before any special general meeting, the General Manager shall cause a notice of the time and place of such meeting and all of the business to be transacted thereat to be posted on the Club notice board and to be mailed to each Member qualified to vote and to the auditor. This should be laid out in the bylaws. Membership. ‘Affiliate Members’ are persons who, being members of a club that has been identified by the Board as an affiliate of the Club, have presented from the responsible person of the affiliate club an official letter of introduction to the General Manager confirming their membership in good standing with such affiliate club and have, in the discretion of the Board, been admitted to the privileges of the Club for a maximum of two thirty day consecutive periods in any calendar year and agree to pay a usage fee determined by the General Manager. 14.13. The requisition shall state the purpose of the meeting, be signed by the requisitionists and be delivered or sent by registered mail to the Club. Every M… Every Member qualified to vote shall be entitled to one vote and, in case of an equality of votes, the chairman shall not have a second or casting vote. (d) After the positive confirmation of the three Members referred to in Bylaw 3.5(c.) has been received by the Committee, if applicable, it shall report to the Board and the Board, unless the nomination has been withdrawn or rejected, shall approve the circulation of the name of the candidate to the Members as provided in Bylaw 3.5(e) below. 13.7. The Club shall from time to time, in its sole discretion, prescribe or modify initiation fees, dues, periodic economic incentives, privileges, restrictions, bylaws and rules applicable to each class of membership. At all times, at least five (5) members of the Board of Directors shall be full-time residents of Carteret County. Every nomination shall state the candidate’s principal place of residence and principal place of business and shall contain the declaration of the proposer and seconder that they consider the candidate would in every way be a desirable Member and the deposit required by Bylaw 6.9. 9.2. 4.3. A Member may at any time notify the General Manager that he or she no longer wishes to receive documents by electronic delivery and the General Manager shall, after receipt of such notice, mail any document required to be delivered pursuant to Bylaws 13.2, 13.3, 13.4 and 13.6 in accordance with the laws of British Columbia and Canada. (b) The General Manager shall deliver the documents referred to in Bylaw 3.5(a) to the Membership Committee which shall consider the candidate’s nomination for membership. The Vancouver Foundation shall hold the assets, shall keep the same invested and shall pay the net income delivered therefrom in equal portions to Simon Fraser University and to the University of British Columbia to be used for such of the duties, functions and purposes of those two universities as their respective boards of governors, in their respective absolute discretion, shall decide. The annual general meeting shall be held on such date in each year as may be determined by the Board in accordance with the provisions of the Societies Act. Section 2. As the voice of private clubs on Capitol Hill, NCA ensures that club concerns are forefront when legislative and regulatory issues affecting the industry are being decided. 7.1. Following the end of each month, the General Manager shall cause to be mailed promptly to each Member a statement of such Member’s indebtedness to the Club and the amount thereof shall constitute a debt payable on or before the last day of the month following the month to which such indebtedness relates. The Board in its uncontrolled discretion shall decide whether or not the applicant may become a Resident Member or a Non-Resident Member and if so, may prescribe the terms, fees, dues and conditions applicable in such a case. 12.1. If any Member’s conduct either inside the Club or elsewhere is, in the opinion of any ten Members who shall certify the same in writing, detrimental to the character or interest of the Club, the Board shall call a special general meeting to consider the matter and at such meeting the Members may suspend or expel such Member by special resolution. A Non-Resident Member who was formerly a Resident has maintained continuous membership, and whose principal place of residence or principal place of business changes to be located within the Vancouver Area shall not be liable to pay an additional entrance fee. 1. The membership of the Club shall be divided into six classes: Life, Senior, Associate, Young Adult, Student and Honorary. Notwithstanding Bylaw 3.1, a nomination for membership of a candidate as a Diplomatic Member does not require any references; however, either the proposer or seconder of such nomination must be a Resident Member. 13.4. The President and Vice President shall be elected annually from amongst the Directors by the Board immediately after the annual general meeting. Model Private Club Bylaws A part of the Club Director Reference Series This completely new edition of "Model Private Club Bylaws" is designed to help your club make informed decisions when creating, amending and updating bylaws. A Member who applies to become a Resident Member under this Bylaw 4.1 shall have priority for admission based on the date on which such Member’s original completed nomination for membership in the predecessor Vancouver Club, the Georgian Club, the University Club or the Club was received. Each guest may only be introduced for a period or aggregate periods of 14 days or less in any one year. TEMPORARY MEMBERS. An Associate Member who applies to become a Resident Member or a Non-Resident Member under this Bylaw shall have priority for admission based on the date on which such Member’s original completed nomination for Associate Membership was received. The persons elected by ballot as Directors, or in the event of a ballot not being required the persons nominated for the said positions, shall be declared elected at the annual general meeting. 13.13. 6.3. NOMINATION, CONSIDERATION AND ELECTION OF MEMBERS, 4. These Private Members’ Club Constitutions, Guidance Notes and CASC documents are designed for use by founders of a club in the legal form of an unincorporated association where the club is to be a “private members’ club”, i.e. The Board of Governors shall have th… Once a social club reaches a certain size, it becomes vital to have bylaws. The board of directors must decide who will be eligible for membership and if dues will be paid. Outline the Financial Structure. Courts may be used any time that they are not reserved for specific events (e.g., coaching, tournaments, club maintainance, or other special event). If the Board elects as an Honorary Member a person who at the time of the election is the Lieutenant Governor of the Province of British Columbia, the senior serving officer in British Columbia in the Canadian Armed Forces or the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, or the holder of a distinguished office that the Board wishes to honour, then that person shall continue to be an Honorary Member only, so long as he or she holds such office, except that if the Lieutenant Governor of the Province of British Columbia is already a Member at the time of election as an Honorary Member, he or she shall continue to be an Honorary Member until death;(b.) Subject to all other provisions contained herein, all members of the club are e… Sample bylaws — with membership Handbook for Starting a Successful Nonprofit Page 42 Article II is an example of a mem-bership organization’s bylaws. In case of an equality of votes at any meeting of the Board, the chair of the meeting has a second or casting vote. 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