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Initially established in England in October 1891, the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administers was known as the Institute of Secretaries. She received her royal charter in 1902 and became the Chartered Institute of Secretaries. Since then, the name has been renamed Institute of Chartered Secretaryaries and Directors to better describe the members' stature and abilities.
1909 the first subsidiary outside Great Britain was founded in South Africa and in 1957 it became the Southern Africa Division.
A law establishing the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and Other Public Bodies in British Columbia.
CONSIDERING that the following individuals petitioned that the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia previously operated in British Columbia as an unregistered society and that they wished to be formed under the name "The Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia" for the purposes of expanding information, and that the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia was not established in British Columbia for the purposes of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia was established in British Columbia for the purposes of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia for the purposes of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia for the purposes of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia for the purposes of expanding information, and that the Chartered Institute of Secretaries and other Public Bodies in British Columbia
Capabilities and skills of its members in all matters concerning the affairs of an audited secretary and, in general, for the achievement of the Institute's objectives, and have been praying through their motion that a law may be enacted for such purposes: This Act may be referred to as The British Columbia Chartered Secretaries Act.
Two Normansen Edward Brown, Stinson Clarke, William Henry Harvey, Douglas Haig Little, Gerard Medlicott Morris, James Albert Mason Price et Reginald Thomas Rose, tous Ville de Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique, et Walter Percival Wright, Ville Victoria, Colombie-Britannique, The Chartered Institute of Secretaries of Joint Stock Companies and other Public Bodies in British Columbia" (hereinafter referred to as "the Institute") is hereby established as a political and legal organ.
The purpose of the Institute shall be to furnish means and equipment by which its members may enhance their skills, abilities and abilities in all matters related to the occupation or activity of a Chartered Secretary and conduct such exams and require competence testing as may be considered appropriate to qualifying for acceptance into affiliation and to disciplin a member who is found to have been at fault for failure or improper conduct in the exercise of his occupation or activity.
There shall be a Board of the Institute (hereinafter referred to as'the Board') which shall oversee and direct the Institute's work. 2. The Board shall be composed of not less than ten and not more than twenty members chosen for such period of office and in such way as the Statutes provide from case to case and, in excess thereof, each former President of the Institute and of the said unregistered society shall be an official member of the Board.
The Council shall select from its members a chairperson, a vice-chairperson, a treasurer and any other officer it deems necessary. The Council shall designate a member of the Institute as Secretariat, who shall receive a fee determined by the Council. 5. If a position becomes vacant in the Council for any reason, the Council shall designate a member of the Institute to fill the position for the expired period of office of the member of the Council to be substituted.
The Council and the executive staff of the abovementioned nonincorporated organization formed and occupying position on the date of entry into effect of this Act shall hereby be appointed as the first Council and executive staff of the Institute, and such members shall remain in position until their successor is appointed in accordance with this Act and the Constitution of the Institute.
Any person in good repute on the date of entry into effect of this Act as a member of the abovementioned non-legally capable club shall be entered in the registry in the same category as that of the non-legally capable club and together with all other eligible individuals.
2. Any individual aged 21 or over who, in the view of the Council, is a natural or legal person of good morals and good customs and who provides sufficient proof that he or she has reached the level of his or her academic expertise and fulfilled all other conditions laid down in the Statute shall be entered in the Registry.
3. The Institute shall have two types of memberships, namely Fellows and Associates, whose qualification corresponds to that laid down in the Statutes. 4. The Council may select as members of honour those individuals who have done particularly well for the Institute. Any member of the Institute shall have the right to use the term "Chartered Secretary" and may, in his name, mean the F.C.I.S. in the case of a Fellow, the "Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Secretaries" and, in the case of an Associate, the A.C.I.S., the "Associate of The Chartered Institute of Secretaries".
" 2. Any non-Member of the Institute in British Columbia who accepts or uses the term "Chartered Secretary" or the F.C.I.S. or A.C.I.S. initial or a name, title or descriptive term indicating that he or she is a Member of the Institute shall be found to have committed a criminal offense and shall pay a penalty of not more than $25 for each such offense.
1. The Registrar shall keep a record of the name, in full alphabetical order, of all members who are in good repute and who indicate the category of occupied members, and only those whose name appears in the record shall be members and shall be eligible for the Institute's member privileges. 7.
The Institute may, by decision of the Council, set up Chapter (s) locally responsible for the territories of British Columbia which the Council may from occasion to occasion adopt. 2. Chapter formations and arrangements shall be based on those principles and provisions which may be adopted and adopted by the Council.
d ) Determining the dues to be payable by the student, candidate and member organizations; e) Electing the members of the Council and determining their terms of service; f) Determining the times and places of the Institute's and Council's sessions and determining the way in which they are convened and conducted; g) Determining the format and use of a stamp by the Institute; h) Considering any other matters considered necessary or desirable for the Institute's efficient running and operation.
2. A Statute shall not enter into effect until it is adopted at an Institute's general assembly or at an extraordinary general assembly convened to discuss the Statute. 3. Any such constitution may be declared null and void by the Lieutenant Governor in the Council. The first Council shall establish interim rules of procedure for the objectives referred to in paragraph 1.
5. The first Council shall convene, within twelve month of the entry into effect of this Act, a General Assembly of the members of the Institute for the purpose of organising, adopting the interim Statutes and selecting the members of the Council. 6. Subject to the adoption of the temporary Statutes, the Institute shall be subject to the Statutes of the non-legally capable Society unless it is incompatible with the terms of this Act.
The Institute may arrange lecture halls, distance learning facilities and training facilities for the purpose of teaching those student who are studying for the Institute's exams, or may make arrangements with the board of a higher education institution, collegiate school or other education organisation to allow student participation in such lecture halls or training facilities at such higher education institution, collegiate school or other education organisation within the framework of the specialised training facilities provided for in the Institute's statutes.
a) to buy or otherwise obtain immovable properties; b) to build on immovable property owned by him or to buy premises for the purpose of the Institute and to rent part of such premises; c) to own, mortgages on, rent, transfer, sell for sale or transfer immovable properties or belongings; d ) to lend cash on the institution's loan, to restrict or raise the amount to be lent, to grant debt instruments or other transferable instruments of the institution, to pawn or sale such debt instruments or other transferable instruments for such amounts and at such price as may be considered appropriate, mortgages, mortgages, pledges, fees or pledges, in whole or in part, of the company's actual or individual possession, and
Nothing in this provision shall limit or restrict the taking up of credit by the institution of any currency or note of currency issued, drawn, received or endorsed by or on account of the institution;
e ) receive by invention or donation any money, property or other donation to be used to further the objectives of the Institute; f) put any money of the Institute which is not immediately necessary for the purpose of the Institute into such investment as may be invested by fiduciaries by operation of statute; g ) maintain a public lending facility for the members and student community and make public or cause to be public posted any book, brochure, or other publication of interest to members and student community; h) do any other legal thing that is adventitious or beneficial to the achievement of the Institute's goals.
The Institute may set up and manage a charitable trust for the good of members or family members of late members who need funding and who may make and recieve dues and gifts for this end. Any profit arising from the conduct of the Institute's activities shall be used exclusively to further and fulfil its objectives and objectives and shall not be distributed among its members.
Nothing in this Act shall prejudice or impair the right of any non-member of the Institute to exercise the functions of Secretariat in British Columbia. Nothing in this Act shall prejudice the exercise of a trade or vocation by any persons exercising that trade or vocation under any general or particular law, and nothing in this Act or in the Statutes adopted by the Council under this Act shall be intended to exempt any persons from complying with any general or particular law concerning the exercise of a trade or vocation.
In each case, the property and obligations of the non-legally capable Society shall be assigned to and taken over by the Institute from the date on which this Act comes into effect.