Year Book of the New York Southern Society

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Page 44 - Of let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can, the Boers now proceeded to possess themselves of as much territory as they wanted.
Page 13 - June, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty, before me personally came and appeared George Bell, Frederic C. Bartlett and Gilbert T. Sewall to me known and known to me to be the...
Page 23 - Management; he shall, with the Secretary, sign all written contracts and obligations of the Association, and he shall perform such other duties as the Board of Management of the Association may assign him.
Page 11 - An act for the incorporation of societies or clubs for certain social and recreative purposes...
Page 31 - Meeting to be held in 1880, and thereafter by a vote of two-thirds of the members present. Notices of proposed amendments shall be furnished to the Secretary and posted in the Club room at least twenty days before the meeting...
Page 22 - The President, and in his absence, the Vice-President, shall preside at all meetings of the Association.
Page 25 - ... meeting called specifically for such purpose ; (c) to call special meetings of the Club at any time to consider any specific subject; (d) to make, alter, or amend rules for their own government and fix and enforce penalties for the violation of such rules. SECTION 5. Any member of the Board of Governors who shall absent himself from three...
Page 26 - Upon the written request of twenty-five members the Council shall call a special meeting of the Club, which request, as also the notice of any special meeting, shall state the object for which the meeting is called, and at a special meeting no subject not so stated shall be considered.
Page 29 - ... business and the act of a majority of the members of the executive committee present at any meeting thereof shall be the act of such committe.
Page 60 - ... visibly elevated — if you come to recognize in us that sort of people, devoting ourselves with an intense devotion to the working out of finer adjustments for human happiness and for the recognition of the rights of the individual, and then see us suddenly summoned to go back 500 years and deal with a recrudescence of brute force, unilluminated by any sort of morality or humanitarian consideration...

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