Our Mission

“ In the best traditions of St. Stanislaus College;
   To provide a vehicle for alumni staff and friends.

   To gather and rekindle the spirit....
   To raise funds for the benefit of the College and any charitable purpose    connected therewith.


 

CONSTITUTION


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ARTICLE I - NAME

Section 1 :        The name of the Association shall be the St. Stanislaus College Alumni Association - Toronto hereinafter referred to as “the Association”.

 

ARTICLE II - PURPOSE

 Section 1 :        [1]The purpose of the Association shall be to bring together alumni as well as former members of the academic, non-academic staff and friends of St. Stanislaus College of Guyana, hereinafter referred to as the “College”, in order to provide various forms of assistance to the College and members in good standing of the Alumni Association, including the organizing of fund-raising activities for the benefit of the College and any charitable purpose connected therewith.

 Section 2 :        [2]The Association shall be carried on for the purpose of providing scholarships or bursaries or other forms of assistance to its members and the “College”. Any profits or other accretions to the organization shall be used solely to promote its objectives.

 
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP

 Section 1 :        Membership in the Association is open to all alumni, former members of the academic and non-academic staff and friends of the College.

 Section 2 :        Admission of alumni, former members of the academic and non-academic staff and friends of the College to membership of the Association shall be by payment of the annual subscription at the time of admission.

Section 3 :        The membership categories of the Association are as follows:

 

                        Full Member, Honorary Member, Associate Member and Ex-Officio Member.

 

                        The rights and privileges of each membership category are as follows:

 

                        FULL MEMBER : All privileges of membership in the Association are available to alumni, academic, non-academic staff, including eligibility to cast one (1) vote at all meetings of members of the Association, to be a member of any committee of the Association and to hold office in the Association.

 

                        HONORARY MEMBER : Honorary membership may be conferred upon a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the College or the Association. All privileges of membership in the Association are available including eligibility to cast one (1) vote at all meetings of members of the Association and to be a member of any committee of the Association but honorary members shall not have the right to hold office in the Association and shall be exempt from payment of dues.

 

                        [3]ASSOCIATE MEMBER : Associate membership may be conferred on a friend of the Association on the approval of the Executive Committee of the Association. All privileges of membership in the Association are available, including membership on any sub-committee, but excluding the right to vote at any general meeting of the Association or the right to hold office in the Association.

 

                        EX-OFFICIO MEMBER : The President of the St. Stanislaus College Association in Georgetown, Guyana shall be an ex-officio member of the Association and shall be exempt from the payment of dues and shall not be eligible to vote at any meeting of members of the Association or to hold office in the Association.

 

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

 

[4]Section 1 :       (a) The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, Vice-President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer, and nine (9) Directors. The Immediate Past President will automatically be entitled to be a Director unless he declines to hold office or is elected to some other office in the Association.

 

                        (b) The Vice-President, Assistant Secretary, and Assistant Treasurer shall work closely with the President, Secretary, and Treasurer respectively, and assume their functions and responsibilities in their absences.

 

 

Section 2 :        [5]The President or, in the President’s absence, the Vice-President shall preside over all meetings of the Executive Committee.  In the absence of both the President and the Vice-President, the attending members of the Executive Committee shall select a member from among them to preside over meetings of the Executive Committee.

 

Section 3 :        [6]The term of office of a member of the Executive Committee shall be one (1) year.  The President, Vice-President, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, and Assistant Treasurer shall not serve in the same position for more than two consecutive terms.

 

Section 4 :        [7]Fifty percent (50%) of  the members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum for making decisions at a meeting.  A member not present in person at a meeting but participating through electronic or telephonic means shall count towards the determination of a quorum.

 

Section 5 :        The Executive Committee shall be elected at the Annual General Meetings and its term shall expire at the next subsequent Annual General Meeting. Previous membership on the Executive Committee shall not be an exclusion to subsequent election whether in a similar capacity or not, except as outlined in Article IV Section (3).

 

Section 6 :        The election may be by ballot or by show of hands as the Executive Committee shall decide.

 

Section 7 :        In the event of a vacancy on the Executive Committee, the Committee shall appoint a member from among the Full members to such office until a successor is elected, at the next Annual General Meeting or at an Extraordinary General Meeting.

 

Section 8 :        Subject to applicable laws, the Executive Committee shall be vested with full powers to oversee and approve the conduct of all day-to-day business of the Association.

 

Section 9 :        The Executive Committee shall hold regular meetings but in no event shall there be less than four (4) meetings each year. Notice of such meetings shall be communicated to each member of the Executive Committee at least seven (7) days prior to the meeting date.

 

Section 10 :      [8]All decisions of the Executive Committee shall be by simple majority of those voting, save as specifically required by the Constitution.  A member not present in person at a meeting may still record his/her vote if participating at the meeting through electronic or telephonic means.  In the event of a tie vote, the motion will be defeated.

 

Section 11 :      [9]The President, or his/her Nominee being a member of the Executive Committee, shall execute any contract or deed required to be executed by or on behalf or the Association when it has been approved by the Executive Committee, provided that in the event that the President is disabled by illness or other reason, the Vice-President or Secretary or Treasurer shall act in his/her place.

 

Section 12 :      [10]All cheques, drafts etc., shall be signed by the Treasurer or Assistant Treasurer and one other, being either the President, Vice-President, Secretary, or Assistant Secretary.

 

Section 13 :      Any member of the Executive Committee may be removed from office for cause whatsoever, by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of members voting including proxy votes at any regular meeting. However, in no case, shall a member of the Executive Committee be removed from office without first having been given the opportunity to be heard. Any member so removed shall have the right to appeal the decision at an Extraordinary General Meeting which by a two-thirds (2/3) majority shall have the power to vary or rescind the decision of the Executive Committee.

 

Section 14 :      Special committees shall be established by the Executive Committee for carrying out the objectives of the Association. The committees shall include at least one member of the Executive Committee and shall submit a report annually in writing to the Executive Committee prior to the Annual General Meeting.

 

Section 15 :      [11]The Secretary shall produce and circulate the Minutes of the last Executive meeting within 10 days of that meeting.

 

Section 16 :      [12]The Treasurer shall produce and circulate an unaudited income statement, covering the last period of reporting, no later than 2 days before any regularly scheduled meeting of the Executive.

 

 

ARTICLE V - POWERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

 

Section 1 :        The Executive Committee shall be empowered to make rules for the running of the Association and shall set the level of membership subscriptions, provided that such measures are subsequently ratified by the membership through a simple majority vote either at an Annual General Meeting or an Extraordinary General Meeting.

 

Section 2 :        The Executive Committee shall appoint such standing and ad hoc committees as may be required from time to time comprising Full, Honorary and Associate members.

 

Section 3 :        The Executive Committee shall devise strategies and execute such projects or programmes in consultation or collaboration with other interested parties as would advance the education and welfare of the students of the College and are consistent with the purpose of the Association.

 

Section 4 :        The Executive Committee shall plan, organize and direct such other activities as are consistent with the purpose of the Association.

 

Section 5 :        The Executive Committee shall review the conduct of a member which is inimical to the interest of the Association and decide upon and administer penalties to members.

 

Section 6 :        [13]The Executive Committee shall raise, manage, and disburse funds whose monies are to be used to satisfy the objectives of the Association.

 

Section 7 :        The Executive Committee shall manage the affairs of the Association in areas not specifically mentioned or defined above and not repugnant to the purpose of the Association.

 

 

ARTICLE VI - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

Section 1 :        The Annual General Meeting shall be held in the month of September.

 

Section 2 :        [14]Notice of the Annual General Meeting shall be sent, by postal or electronic mail, or delivered personally to members at least fourteen (14) clear days before the meeting.

 

Section 3 :        [15]A quorum at the Annual General Meeting shall be not less than twenty-four (24) members in good standing.  A proxy vote or attendance via electronic or telephonic means shall count towards the determination of a quorum.  In the event of a tie vote (including proxies and attendance at a distance) at any meeting of members, the motion will be defeated.

 

Section 4 :        [16]All full and honorary members in good standing may vote on any issue where a vote is required either in person or in attendance via electronic or telephonic means, or by proxy duly authorized in writing.

 

Section 5 :        No members of the Association not in good standing shall be entitled to vote or to be elected to the Executive Committee.

 

Section 6 :        [17]The Annual General Meeting shall be presided over by the President or, in his/her absence, the Vice-President or, failing him/her, by another member of the Executive Committee subject to the approval by simple majority of the members present.

 

Section 7 :        The business of the Annual General Meeting shall include but shall not be limited to:

 

                        a.   Adoption of the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting and any intervening Extraordinary General Meetings.

 

                        b.   Receiving reports and functions of the activities.

 

                        c.   [18]Adoption of the Statement of Accounts of the Association and report thereon submitted by the Association’s Auditor.

 

                        d.   Election of office bearers.

 

                        e.   [19]Appointment of an Auditor who shall not be a member of the current Executive or an Executive in the year being audited.

 

                        f.    Consideration of notices of motions which must reach the Secretary forty-eight (48) hours before the time appointed for the meeting.

 

Section 8 :        [20]No person shall be elected to any position on the Executive without that person’s prior consent.

 

Section 9 :        [21]Proxies may be submitted either in paper format or through electronic mail.  If a proxy has been submitted by electronic mail, the proxy-holder shall confirm the identity of the submitter of the proxy to the satisfaction of the Executive Committee.

 

 

ARTICLE VII - EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

 

Section 1 :        By decision of the Executive Committee or upon receipt of a written request, which shall state the purpose(s) for which the request is made, signed by at least twelve (12) members, the Secretary shall call an Extraordinary General Meeting.

 

Section 2 :        [22]The rules governing the issuance of notices of an Extraordinary General Meeting shall be as in Article VI (2), except that the period of notice shall be forty-eight (48) hours. An Extraordinary General Meeting must be convened by the Secretary within ten (10) days of receipt of a valid request for the same, but the Secretary shall be under no obligation to schedule an Extraordinary General Meeting within a thirty (30) day period prior to or following an Annual General Meeting.

 

Section 3 :        A quorum at an Extraordinary General Meeting shall be the same as for an Annual General Meeting.

 

Section 4 :        No business save and except that for which the Extraordinary General Meeting has been called shall be transacted at that meeting.

 

 

ARTICLE VIII - GENERAL MEETINGS

 

Section 1 :        Where at a meeting intended to be a General Meeting of any type, the prescribed number of members required to form a quorum is not present, the meeting shall be adjourned and reconvened within fourteen (14) days at a time and place to be communicated to the membership by the Secretary.

 

Section 2 :        Notice of the revised date, location and time shall be sent to members at least five (5) clear days before the adjourned meeting. At this time, the business and the agenda shall be transacted notwithstanding the failure to assemble the stipulated quorum.

 

 

ARTICLE IX - MEMBERSHIP DUES

 

Section 1 :        The annual dues applicable to each member shall be as determined from time to time by the Board.

 

Section 2 :        [23]Such annual dues shall be paid by all members in advance on or before the 1st day of January of each year.  Any new member admitted to the Association between the 1st day of January to the last day December of any year shall pay the full amount of the annual dues for such year.

 

Section 3 :        The failure by any member to pay any dues within sixty (60) days of the date that such monies are due shall be sufficient cause for the Executive Committee to declare that such member is not in good standing.

 

 

ARTICLE X - FUNDS

 

Section 1 :        All funds received by the Association shall be kept in a Bank or other financial institution.

 

Section 2 :        The Treasurer shall maintain complete and accurate detailed records of the financial activity of the Association.

 

Section 3 :        [24]The accounts of the Association shall be examined annual by a certified accountant who is not a member of the current Executive or an Executive in the year being audited.

 

 

ARTICLE XI - PROTECTION OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS

 

Section 1 :        No Executive Committee member of the Association shall be liable for the acts, receipts, neglects or defaults of any other Executive Committee member or for the joining in any receipt or other act for conformity or for any loss, damage or expense happening to the Association through the insufficiency or deficiency of any security in or upon which any of the monies of the Association shall be invested or for any loss or damage arising from the bankruptcy, insolvency or tortious act of any person with whom any of the monies, securities or effects of the Association shall be deposited or for any loss, damage or misfortune which shall happen in the execution of the duties of his/her office or in relation thereto unless the same are occasioned by his/her own wilful neglect or default, provided that nothing herein shall relieve any executive member of any liability imposed upon him by law.

 

Section 2 :        To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Association shall indemnify and save harmless every Executive Member of the Association who acts or has acted at the Association’s request as an executive member of a body corporate of which this Association is or was a creditor and their respective heirs and legal representations against all costs, charges and expenses including any amount paid to settle an action to satisfy a judgment reasonably incurred by him/her in respect of any civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding to which he/she is made a party by reason of being or having been an executive member of such body corporate.

 

 

ARTICLE XII - AMENDMENTS

 

Section 1 :        This constitution may be amended only at an Annual General Meeting or at any Extraordinary General Meeting specifically called for that purpose. Amendments may be proposed by the committee or by members of the Association.

 

Section 2 :        [25]An amendment shall be deemed to be carried at which a quorum is present by the affirmative vote of a two-thirds (2/3) majority of the members present, in person or in attendance via electronic or telephonic means, or by proxy, provided that the Executive Committee has previously considered the merits of the amendments.

 

Section 3 :        [26]No amendment shall be put to the vote unless written notice thereof stating the proposed amendment shall have been communicated by postal or electronic mail or delivered personally to each member of the Association two (2) weeks prior to the meeting at which the vote of the proposed amendment is to be taken.

 

 

ARTICLE XIII -  PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICES

 

Section 1 :        Except as otherwise specifically provided in this constitution, all questions of order or procedure with respect to any meeting or action of this Association, its Executive Committee or any committee appointed shall be determined in accordance with Robert’s Rules of Orders as revised from time to time.

 

 

ARTICLE XIV - PROHIBITION ON ACTIVITIES

 

Section 1 :        The Association is prohibited from engaging in any activity designed to influence or assist in the election of public office of any person anywhere and is also prohibited from supporting the campaigns or other political activities of any person or group anywhere.

 

 

ARTICLE XV - BY-LAWS

 

Section 1 :        The Association has the power to make and adopt bylaws to achieve the purposes outlined in Article II - Purpose, including but not limited to the levying of membership dues and establishing the dues, powers and responsibilities of the members.

 

 

ARTICLE XVI - DISSOLUTION OF THE ASSOCIATION

 

Section 1 :        The Association may be dissolved by a two-thirds (2/3) majority of members in good standing.

 

Section 2 :        Upon dissolution of the Association, all the indebtedness shall be paid from the assets and funds of the Association and the remaining assets of the Association shall be transferred to a charitable institution with similar purposes as selected by the majority of the Executive Committee.

 

 

ARTICLE XVII - TERMS USED

 

Section 1 :        Feminine or neuter pronouns shall be substituted for those of masculine form and the plural shall be substituted for the singular number in any place wherein the context may require such substitution or substitutions.

 

 

ARTICLE XVIII - EFFECTIVE DATE

 

Section 1 :        This constitution shall come into force and take effect in accordance with applicable law. All Executive Committee members shall continue to act as if elected or appointed under the above provisions.

 

 

ATTACHMENT 1

 

ORIGINAL BEFORE AMENDMENT

(Ref. Article XII)

 

ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP

Section 3 :        ASSOCIATE MEMBER : Associate membership may be conferred on a friend of the Association on the approval of the Executive Committee of the Association. All privileges of membership in the Association are available except the right to vote at any meeting of members of the Association or to hold office in the Association. Associate members shall not be exempt from the payment of dues.

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 1 :        The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, three Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, and three Directors. The Immediate Past President will automatically be entitled to be a Director unless he declines to hold office or is elected to some other office in the Association.

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 11 :      The President and the Secretary shall together execute any contract or deed required to be executed by or on behalf of the Association, when it has been approved by the Executive Committee, provided that in the event that the President and/or the Secretary are disabled by illness or other reason, the Treasurer or any of the Vice-Presidents may execute such contract or deed in the place of the President and/or Secretary.

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 12 :      All cheques, drafts, etc. shall be signed by the Treasurer and one other, being either the President or the Secretary provided that in the event of the illness or other disability of the Treasurer, the President or the Secretary shall sign in his place.

 

ARTICLE X - FUNDS

Section 3 :        [27]The accounts of the Association shall be audited annually by a Chartered Accountant who is not a member of the Association.

 

 

 

Approved by Special General Meeting

 

Dated : 18 Oct., 1996

 

 

ATTACHMENT 2

 

ORIGINAL BEFORE AMENDMENT

(Ref. Article XII)

 

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 3 :        [28]The term of office of a member of the Executive Committee shall be one (1) year. Executive Officers shall not serve continuously for more than two terms in any one office.

 

 

 

The proposed amendment will take effect at the 2002 Annual General Meeting of the Association.

 

 

 

Approved by Annual General Meeting

 

Dated : 3 Oct., 2001

 

ATTACHMENT 3

 

ORIGINAL BEFORE AMENDMENT

(Ref. Article XII)

 

ARTICLE II - PURPOSE

Section 1 :        The purpose of the Association shall be to bring together alumni as well as former members of the academic, non-academic staff and friends of St. Stanislaus College of Guyana, hereinafter referred to as “the College”, in order to provide various forms of assistance to the College, including the organizing of fund-raising activities for the benefit of the College and any charitable purpose connected therewith.

 

Section 2 :        The Association shall be carried on without purpose of gain for its members and any profits or other accretions to the organization shall be used solely to promote its objectives.

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 3 :        The term of office of a member of the Executive Committee shall be two (2) years. Executive Officers shall not serve continuously for more than two terms in any office.

                        The election of members to the offices of President, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, two (2) Vice-Presidents, and three (3) Directors shall take place every other year in the even-numbered years. The election of members to the offices of Secretary, Assistant Treasurer, three (3) Vice-Presidents, and two (2) Directors shall take place in the intervening odd-numbered years when the elections for the other positions are not scheduled Unless unavoidable due to resignations, no election shall be held in the same year for a Vice-President and a Director who are both assigned to the same responsibility.

 

ARTICLE VI – ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Section 7 e :     Appointment of an auditor who shall not be a member of the Association.

 

ARTICLE IX – MEMBERSHIP DUES

Section 2 :        Such annual dues shall be paid by all members in advance on or before the 1st day of July of each year. Any new member admitted to the Association between the 1st day of July and the last day of December of any fiscal year shall pay the full amount of the annual dues for such year. Any new member admitted to the Association on or after the 1st day of January of any year, shall for the period to and including the last day of June pay a pro-rated amount of the annual dues for such year plus the full amount of the annual dues for the following year.

 

ARTICLE X – FUNDS

Section 3 :        The accounts of the Association shall be examined annually by a certified accountant who is not a member of the Association.

 

 

 

The proposed amendments will take effect at the 2004 Annual General Meeting of the Association.

 

Approved by Annual General Meeting

 

Dated : 28 Sept., 2004

 

ATTACHMENT 4

 

ORIGINAL BEFORE AMENDMENT

(Ref. Article XII)

 

ARTICLE IV - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND COMMITTEES

Section 1 :        [29]The Executive Committee shall consist of the President, five Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and five Directors. The Immediate Past President will automatically be entitled to be a Director unless he declines to hold office or is elected to some other office in the Association.

 

Section 2 :        The President or in the President’s absence, one of the Vice-Presidents shall preside over all meetings of the Executive Committee.

 

Section 3 :        [30]The term of office of a member of the Executive Committee shall be one (1) year.  Executive officers shall not serve continuously for more than two terms in any office.

 

Section 4 :        Six (6) members of the Executive Committee shall constitute a quorum.

 

Section 10 :      All decisions of the Executive Committee shall be by simple majority of those present and voting, save as specifically required by the Constitution. In the event of a tie vote, the motion will be defeated.

 

Section 11 :      [31]The President or his/her Nominee being a member of the Executive Committee, shall execute any contract or deed required to be executed by or on behalf or the Association when it has been approved by the Executive Committee, provided that in the event that the President is disabled by illness or other reason, the Secretary or Treasurer shall act in his/her place.

 

Section 12 :      [32]All cheques, drafts etc., shall be signed by the Treasurer or Assistant Treasurer and one other, being either the President, Secretary, or Assistant Secretary.

 

ARTICLE V - POWERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Section 6 :        The Executive Committee shall initiate, constitute, and administer a fund whose monies are to be held in trust for the Association and in the event, the Association recognized officially as a charitable organization in accordance with existing legislation.

 

ARTICLE VI - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Section 2 :        Notice of the Annual General Meeting shall be sent to members at least fourteen (14) clear days before the meeting.

 

Section 3 :        A quorum at the Annual General Meeting shall be not less than twenty-four (24) members in good standing or 1/3 of the members in good standing. In the event of a tie vote at any meeting of members, the motion will be defeated.

 

Section 4 :        All full and honorary members in good standing may vote on any issue where a vote is required either in person or by proxy duly authorized in writing.

 

Section 6 :        The Annual General Meeting shall be presided over by the President or in his/her absence, one of the Vice-Presidents or failing him/her, by another member of the Committee subject to the approval by simple majority of the members present.

 

Section 7 :        The business of the Annual General Meeting shall include but shall not be limited to:

 

                        a.   Adoption of the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting and any intervening Extraordinary General Meetings.

 

                        b.   Receiving reports and functions of the activities.

 

                        c.   Adoption of the Statement of Accounts of the Association and report thereon submitted by the Association’s auditor.

 

                        d.   Election of office bearers.

 

                        e.   [33]Appointment of an auditor who shall not be a member of the current Executive or an Executive in the year being audited.

 

                        f.    Consideration of notices of motions which must reach the Secretary forty-eight (48) hours before the time appointed for the meeting.

 

ARTICLE VII - EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

Section 2 :        The rules governing the issuance of notices of an Extraordinary General Meeting shall be as in Article VI (2), except that the period of notice shall be forty-eight (48) hours. An Extraordinary General Meeting must be convened by the Secretary within ten (10) days of receipt of a valid request for the same, but the Secretary shall be under no obligation to summon an Extraordinary General Meeting if at the time of his/her receipt of the request, an Annual General Meeting is ten (10) days thence.

 

ARTICLE XII - AMENDMENTS

Section 2 :        An amendment shall be deemed to be carried at which a quorum is present by the affirmative vote of a two-thirds (2/3) majority of the members present in person and voting, provided that the Executive Committee has previously considered the merits of the amendments.

 

Section 3 :        No amendment shall be put to the vote unless written notice thereof stating the proposed amendment     shall have been mailed or delivered personally to each member of the Association two (2) weeks prior to the meeting at which the vote of the proposed amendment is to be taken.

 

 

 

The proposed amendments will take effect at the 2009 Annual General Meeting of the Association.

 

 

Approved by Annual General Meeting

 

Dated : 27 Sept., 2009

 

 

[1] Amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for original before amendment.

[2] Amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for original before amendment.

[3] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.

[4] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 27 Sept., 2009.  See Attachment 4 for first amendment before second amendment.

[5] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[6] Amended on 3 Oct., 2001. See Attachment 2 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 28 Sept., 2004.  See Attachment 3 for first amendment before second amendment.  Further amended on 27 Sept., 2009.  See Attachment 4 for second amendment before third amendment.

[7] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[8] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[9] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 27 Sept., 2009.  See Attachment 4 for first amendment before second amendment.

[10] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 27 Sept., 2009.  See Attachment 4 for first amendment before second amendment.

[11] Amended (added) on 27 Sept., 2009.

[12] Amended (added) on 27 Sept., 2009.

[13] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[14] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[15] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[16] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[17] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[18] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[19] Amended on 28 Sept., 2004.  See Attachment 3 for original before amendment. Further amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for first amendment before second amendment.

[20] Amended (added) on 27 Sept., 2009.

[21] Amended (added) on 27 Sept., 2009.

[22] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[23] Amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for original before amendment.

[24] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 28 Sept., 2004.  See Attachment 3 for first amendment before second amendment.

[25] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[26] Amended on 27 Sept., 2009. See Attachment 4 for original before amendment.

[27] Further amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for first amendment before second amendment.

[28] Further amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for first amendment before second amendment.

[29] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.

[30] Amended on 3 Oct., 2001. See Attachment 2 for original before amendment.  Further amended on 28 Sept., 2004.  See Attachment 3 for first amendment before second amendment.

[31] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.

[32] Amended on 18 Oct., 1996. See Attachment 1 for original before amendment.

[33] Amended on 28 Sept., 2004. See Attachment 3 for original before amendment.