4 edition of By-laws and charter of the Pemaquid monument association. found in the catalog.
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BY-LAWS AND CHARTER By-laws and charter of the Pemaquid monument association. book Pemaquid MonumentAssociation. ordainby-laws,foritsgovernment,notrepugnant tothelawsoftheSt^t^,andmayholdandpossess. By-laws and charter of the Pemaquid monument association Author: Pemaquid monument associatiom, Wiscasset, Me.
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Constitution and By-Laws () Grand Chapter Bylaws () The Book of Laws () The Book of Laws () The undergraduate chapter is an unincorporated association of men that exists by virtue of a charter granted by the Grand Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. The undergraduate chapter is.
The Maine Old Cemetery Association is a non-profit, tax-exempt association under Internal Revenue Code (c) (3) and as such shall abide by the laws regulating such organizations. ARTICLE III - PURPOSES. The purposes of the Association are to promote knowledge of our Maine history and heritage by bringing together people interested in cemeteries.
The Society understands that failure to follow these stipulations can result in the revoking of its Charter by a vote of the AIA Council. If its Charter is revoked, the Society loses its affiliation with the AIA and the right to use the AIA name.
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The Manual contains informa-tion relating to protocol and procedure governing mostFile Size: KB. tution and by-laws prepared and accepted, and a second meeting appointed for April 3, Thus was our Society born." The objects of the Society, as stated in the preamble to the constitution were, and remain to this day, as follows: "To stimulate the study of archaeology, particularly in Massachusetts; to.
CHARTER MEXBERS Mrs. Florence BoltzJesse Brewer Edward Brooks Miss Louise Brooks Donald F. Brown John C. Brown Ripley P.
Bullen Mrs. Ripley P. Bullen Douglas S. Byers William H. Claflin, Jr. Philip 1f. Cole Karl S. Dodge Mrs. Karl S. Dodge Roy L. Esty C. FergusonFile Size: 8MB. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Full text of "Proceedings of the New England Historic Genealogical Society at the annual meeting" See other formats.Weston says, page" We hAve procured you a charter, the best we could, which is better than your former, and with less limitation." Now the famed charter to Pierce of June 1,does not at all answer that description, and I must still consider that the lost document has not yet come to light.] Page 40 40 MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.