3 edition of Charter, constitution, by-laws, and rules and regulations of the Presbyterian Hospital found in the catalog.
Charter, constitution, by-laws, and rules and regulations of the Presbyterian Hospital
Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms International, 1981. 1 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. (Adelaide Nutting historical nursing collection ; AN 0138)
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The By-Laws of the Church as a Corporation shall be always subordinate to the Constitution and Laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and to the Constitution of The Presbyterian Church of the United States of America and to the Charter of the Corporation. These bylaws may be amended subject to the Articles of Incorporation, the laws of the state of Texas and the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) by a two-thirds vote of the voters present, providing that the proposed changes in printed form shall have beenFile Size: KB.
Constitutions, Bylaws, Rules of Order, and Standing Rules. The rules of an organization, in a majority of cases, may be conveniently divided into these four classes, though in some organizations all the rules are found under one of these heads, being called either the constitution, or the bylaws, or the standing rules. Ithaca pamphlet collection, Collection Number: D "Charter, Constitution, House Rules, and Lists of Officers and Members of the Town and Gown Club, of Ithaca, New York" Charter, constitution, and by-laws for The Ithaca Children's Home [same as 3 no. 17] "Revised Educational Regulations for Chosen," 6. Rules and By-Laws of the Korea Mission, 7. Rules and By-Laws of the Korea Mission, 8. Rules and By-Laws of the Korea Mission, 9. Rules and By-Laws of the Korea Mission, 10 "Supplement to a Chronological Index," by Horace N. Allen:
conducted as provided in this constitution and bylaws. Specific authority is delegated to the Elder Board or other organization units in this document; all remaining authority is retained by the Congregation, who has the authority to: a. call a pastor b. terminate the call of a pastor c. adopt amendments to the constitution and bylaws Size: 84KB. Annual report of the Presbyterian Hospital in the city of New York. Bibliographic Details; New Title: Together with the bye-laws, rules and regulations for the government of said hospital. Published: () Charter and by-laws of the Society of the Lying-In Hospital of the City of New York incorporated March 1, The Mississippi Constitution is published for free distribution by the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office and is updated as amendments to the Constitution are approved. For questions concerning the Mississippi Constitution, contact the Education and Publications at the Secretary of State’s Office. View the Mississippi Constitution online.
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