1. The Honorary Secretaries are ex-officio Members of all Com? mittees or Sub-Committees, and shall keep Minute-books of the proceedings at all Meetings.

2. Members shall be admitted by application to any Member of the Society, or to the Honorary Secretaries, who shall send to the intending Member a printed form for signature. This must be returned, signed, to the Honorary Secretaries, and this act shall constitute the applicant a Member of the Society.

3. The voting for or against a proposition at a General Meeting shall be by show of hands, and if demanded by the minority, a count shall be made by the President or Chairman. His decision shall be final. If the votes are equal, the President or Chairman shall give a casting vote, in addition to his ordinary vote.

4. A General Meeting may be summoned by a requisition in writing signed by twelve Members, and

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