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78 April 81 April 81 June ALBERT ALEXANDER ALFRED ALLEN Amherst ANDREW ARTHUR AUGUSTUS BENJAMIN Bowdoin Brown Cambridge candidate cards CHARLES H City of N. Y. CLARENCE Club Coll Columbia Columbia 86 Constitution Cornell cost Council DANIEL Dartmouth DAVID dollars EDWARD EDWIN elected FRANCIS FRANK FRANKLIN FREDERIC FREDERICK GEORGE Hall Hamilton HAROLD HARRY Harvard 79 Harvard 87 HENRY HERBERT House Committee HOWARD hundred Inst JAMES JOHN JOHN H JOSEPH July June 17 Lafayette LAWRENCE LEWIS Library LOUIS March Mass membership MILLER MITCHELL MORGAN Non-resident members notice persons PHILIP Princeton 79 received Rens residence RICHARD ROBERT Rochester Room RULES RUSSELL Rutgers SAMUEL Secretary served SMITH Stevens TAYLOR Tech THEODORE THOMAS Trinity Union Univ University Visitors WALTER WARREN WHITE WILLIAM H Yale 79 Yale 83 Yale 91 York
Seite 8 - The said corporation shall possess the general powers, and be subject to the general restrictions and liabilities prescribed in the third title of the eighteenth chapter of the first part of the Revised Statutes.
Seite 12 - The Board of Management shall have general charge of the affairs, funds, and property of the Association. It shall be their duty to carry out the objects and purposes thereof; and to this end they may exercise all the powers of the Association, subject to the Constitution and By-Laws, and to such action as the Association may take at its monthly or annual meetings.
Seite 12 - The Council shall submit at each Annual Meeting a general report of the affairs of the Club, with an estimate for the ensuing year, which shall be printed and distributed to members five days before the Annual Meeting, and shall report at other times if required.
Seite 8 - ... and protection of its property and funds; and from time to time to alter or repeal such Constitution, By-Laws, Rules, and Regulations.
Seite 8 - SEC. 2. — The said corporation shall have the power to make and adopt a Constitution and By-Laws, rules and regulations, for the admission...
Seite 15 - Five members shall constitute a quorum and two negative votes shall reject a candidate. No member of the Board of Directors shall be a member of the Committee on Admissions. 2. The names of this Committee shall remain posted in a conspicuous place in the Club rooms. The name and place of residence of every person proposed for admission, together with his college or place of instruction, and the names of the members who propose and second his nomination, shall be posted in the rooms of the Club for...
Seite 32 - ... and such statement of his qualifications as the proposer may deem proper. If the candidate have no profession or occupation, that fact shall be stated in the proposer's letter, and if the eligibility of the candidate depend upon an honorary degree, the fact that the degree is honorary and the year when the degree was received shall also be stated in the letter together with the other facts which make the candidate eligible under the provisions of the constitution relating to the recipients of...
Seite 9 - An Act — To amend Chapter five hundred and ninety-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-five entitled "An act to incorporate the University Club in the City of Neu< York.