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Les cartes, plenches, tebleaux, etc.. peuvent dtre film*s A des taux de reduction diff«rents. Lorsque le document est trop grand pour «tre reproduit en un seul ciich«, il est film* * pertir de I'engle sup*rieur geuche. de gauche * droite, ei de haut en baa. en prenant le nombre d'images nicesssire. Les diegrammas suivants illuatrent la m*thode. 1 2 3 4 5 6 ^i -^ Wo -'**!■ A V -•-"Tfy**"»r"'"'^ ■»"-/-■"*■ RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THa TORONTO CLUB, WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS. X .| TORONTO; < ?. W- 0. CHElVETT & CO., PRINTERS, KING STREET, <i V- V \ KULES ?AND REGULATIONS OP THE TORONTO CLUB, WITH A LIST OF MEMBERS ■^■•••■ ^ TORONTO; W. C. CHEWETT &■ CO., PRINTERS, KING STREET. 1862. TORONTO CLUB. COI^iytlXXBE, 1861-6S. ASIIVVOUTII, C. CAYLEY, HON. VVM. GZOWSKI, C. S. HERlllCKjGEORaK, M,D, ORD, L. W. PERKINS, GEORGE. TRINCE, CAPT. W. STRACUAN, CAPT. J. M. A. TUORNTON TODD, Sea-eianj d- Treasurer. 1 30;?3 \y 890572 LIST OI^ IVIEI^BERS. >IIGE. . W. IPX. J. M. ' tC Treasurer. ADSHKAD, J. E. ASIIWORTII, C. liEIlJiSFORD, CAPT BJSCUER, II. c. R. BOULTON, JOHN. BOULTON, W. II. BEAUMONT, \V. R., M d BOULTON, 0. D'ARCY. BOYD, JOHN, BOYD, WILLIAM. BLAKE, EDWARD. BR0UGU,1SECKER. BRADBURNE, EDMUND BOULTON, Hon. H. J CAMERON, ANGUS. CAMPBELL, J. D. CAMERON, HON. J.ii,MPP CAMERON, ALAN. CAYLEY, irON. WM., M.PP CARRUTIIERS, F. F. CASSELS, ROBERT. CUMBERLAND, F. CROMBIE, E CLARK, DOCTOR. CRAWFORD, J., M.P p. CLARK, S.O.De,„e,^. DES VOEUX, E. W. DUGGAN, GEORGE, Jr. DILLON, MAJOR, 30ijj DUGGAN, JOHN. DEEDES, EDMUND. DE BLAQUIERE, H DICKSON, W. II. FARMER, ARTHUR i'ERRIS, C/.PfAINJ.F FERGUSON, HON. A J GALT, THOMAS. GZOWSKI, C. S. HAWKE, GEORGE. UELLIWELL, JOHN, HERRICK, GEO., M.D. HEWARD, JOHN. HEWARD STEPHEN. IRVING, iEMILIUS. JARVIS, STBPHElv. JARVIS, WM. D. JONES, JONAS AP. •Kwiw '•wssiew^^' LI8T OF MEMBEBS r KILLALY, IIO\. II. II. KINOSMILL, J. .1. KINGSt'OUD, W. KINOSMILL, COL. LKITII, ALEXANDER. LAMEllT, G. F., 30tu Rmt. »IACDONALL, J AS. MORRISON, HON. J. C. MORRISON, ANGUS, M.l'.l». morris, j. ii. Mcpherson, d. l. IMcCUTCHON, JAMES. moffatt, lewis. McLean, a. n. ORD, LEWIS W. O'BRIEN, W. J. PRINCE, CAPT. W. PERKINS, GEORGE. PROUDFOOT, WM. POMEROY, ROBT. RAMSAY, A. G. RANSOM, W. READ, DAVID. RIDOUT, 0. PERCEVAL. ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER. REEKIE, JAMES SMITH, HON. SIDNEY. STRACIIAN, CAPT, J. M. SIIANLY, FRANCIS. STRONG, 8. II. STORM, W. O. SIMMONDS, COLONEL. SIMMONDS, ROBT. SINGLETON, CAPT. 30iH. TODD, A. THORNTON. , WALLACE, JOHN S QwOODS, DR. STAFF. flOll^t'T^j ICEVAL. IISTOPIIER. 3 TORONTO CLUB. RULES AND REaULATIONS. IDNBY. ?T, J. M. DI8. ONEL. IT. PT. 30th. ITON. I.— This Association shall bo known as "The Touonto Club." II. — Each candidate for admission shall be proposed by one member and seconded by another, by a proposal in writing, to be inserted in the Book of Candidates, and signed by l)oth mover and seconder, and shall be balloted for at any ballot which may take place after the lapse of one week from the time of such proposal, provided the name of the candidate and his proposer and seconder have been p; ^od in the Club Room, under the hand of the Secretary, at least one week before the day of ballot. No ballot shall be valid unless twelve members actually ballot, and one black ball in six shall exclude. Ill- — The ballot shall take place between the hours of ten a. m. and four p. m. on Saturdays. IV. — On the admission of each new member, the Secretary shall notify the same to him, aud furnish him with a printed copy of the Rules and Regulations, and M w awM li e BT't O TOnONTO CLUB. request him to remit the amotmt of his subscription to the Treasurer. v.— The entrance Fee shall be , and the Annual Subscription Five Pounds ; the latter to be payable in advance on the 1st De(;eniber in each year. The Subscription of new members balloted for on and after the first of February, shall be a sum equal to iwo dollars per month until the 1st Deceniber following. VI.— No member shall be admitted to vote on any occasion whatever, or enjoy any of the privileges of the Club, until he shall have i)aid whatever entrance fee or subscription shall be due by him. Vir.— Any member failing to pay his entrance fee or subscription within six weeks after his admission, if he reside in Canada, shall be reported to the Conunittee by the Secretary, who shall cause his name to be erased from the list of members, unless the delay can be justi- fied to the satisfaction of the Committee. VIII.— The name of every member failing to pay his annual subscription by the first of January, shall be exhibited in the Club Room after the expiration of ten days from that date. TX.— All entrance fees and annual subscriptions shall be paid either to the Treasurer personallj', or to his credit at the Bank of British North America. X.— Any member who may be absent from Canada during the whole period for which the annual subscrip- nULES AND REOULATIOXS. •Rcription to , aiul latter to bo I each year. 1 for oil and iqual to iwo llowing. ^ote on any leges of the ranee fee or ntrance fee dmission, if Committee o be erased an be justi- : to pay his y, shall be ition of ten )tions shall , or to his )m Canada .1 subscrip- tion is payable, may be considered a supernumerary member, and ]»e cxcTupted from the subscription during the continuance of such absence ; but any membei- availing himself of this in(Uilgence nui.st notify the same by letter to the Secretary, who shall insert his name in the Hook of Supernumerary Members. Any such member shall be re-admitted to all his privileges, upon his return being notified, in writing, to the Se- cretary', and such notification to be given within one month of his return to Canada, and upon payment of his subscription for the current year; and failing in such notification and payment, such member shall be considered as having withdrawn himself from the Club. XI.— Officers in Her Majesty's Army and Navy, and persons holding military and civil appointments under the Imperial Government, who may be stationed in Canada temporarily, shall be admitted to the privileges of the Club on payment of the subscription semi-annually in advance. XII.— Any member shall have the privilege of intro- ducing a friend to breakfast, lunch or dinner, at his sole expense, provided the name of such friend shall have been previously inscribed on the book to be kept for that purpose. XIII. — Any member whoso dues are all paid shall be at liberty to withdraw from the Club, on his written application to that effect, sent to the Conmiittee before the Ih'st stated Annual Meeting of the Club, to be held on the first Thursday in December. 8 TORONTO CLUB. \I\ Any member wilfully infringing the Rules and Regulations of the Club shall be liable to expulsion by a vote of two-thinls of the whole committee, at a meet- ing specially held for that purpose, reasonable notice of such meeting l)eing previously given to such member. XV.-Any member who shall withdraw, resign, or be expelled, shall cease to be a member of the Club and shall forfeit ipso facto all right or claim thereon o^ m or to Its property or funds; and any member who shall be expelled shall forever thereafter be ineligible to be re-admitted a member of the Club. XVf.-All concerns of the Club shall be managed by a Com,nittce to consist of eight members with the Sec- retary, to be elected annually by ballot, at the General Meeting of the Club, which shall be hdd on the fi"! Ihursday m December in each year ; and the said Com- mittee shall have full power to make such Rules and Regulations from time to time as they shall think fit. XVrr.-Thc Committee shall meet weekly on a stated •lay, to transact current business and to audit the ac- counts of the week, of whom three shall be a quorum. , ,^^^'"^"":.^^ ''^^''^" ^^ the duty of the Committee to take m mediate cognizance of any infraction of the Rules and Regulations of the Club. XTX.-There shall be two stated meetings of the ; inh, one of which shall be held on the first Thursday .n December for the purpose of elcting the Committee RULES AND REGULATIONS. 9 Rules and 3ulsion by at a meet- J notice of neinber. resign, or the Club, lereon, or nber who eligible to naged b}' the Sec- ! General the first laid Com- ules and nkfit. I a stated t the ac- Liorum. nittee to fie Rules ? of the hursday mmittee for the succeeding year ; at which meeting it shall be the duty of the Committee to present a Report and Ab- stract of the state of vVccounts and general concerns of the Club for the past year, together with an estimate of the receipts and disbursements of the current year, which report and estimate shall immediately thereafter be printed and distributed ongst all the members. The other meeting shall be held on the Thursday fort- night, for the purpose of deciding on such propositions as may have been submitted at the former meeting, and the chair shall be taken at three o'clock. XX. —The Committee shall have power at all times to convene an extraordinary meeting of the Club on giving fourteen days' notice, to be posted up during that period in the Club Room, specifying the object of such meeting in the form of a resolution, at which meeting no subject shall be discussed beyond that specified in the notice. ^XI. — The Club room shall be open every day for the reception of members at Seven o'clock in the fore- noon in the Summer, and at Eight o'clock in the fore- noon in the Winter, and shall be closed and the lights extinguished at One A. Af., except on Saturdays and Sundays, when the hour of closing shall be midnight ; and no member shall be admitted into the Club after these hours on any pretence whatever, unless specially authorised by the Committee. XXII. — No member shall on any pretence, or in any y ^ 10 TORONTO CLUB. manner whatsoever, receive any profit, salary, or emo- lument from the funds of the Ch,b ; nor shall any nZ ber g,ve any money or gratuity to any of the servants of the establishment when ensagod by the Committee trt"th7 r""". »''^"'-™--- It b«i"g understood Ifthe C .1 f" ™M!"^"''«' '» ?-="'<'« »y member of the Club from .selhng property or goods, or stocks or other money securities, to the Club, or buying an of the same from the Club. B •",> "■ XXin._No member shall take away from the Club upon any pretence whatsoever, any newspaper, pam- .hfb^'^'~'^° ""'™'' °' "" *^''"'' '''>''" be sent out of the house upon any errands, on any pretence whatever. be wnUen and s.gned by the member so complaining on h,s bdl; wh,ch complaint must be specially noticed by the Committee on settling the weekly accounts and any mattention or improper conduct of a servant'i, t! be stated by letter, under the signature of such mlber wh.ch, be,ng put in the Secretary's box, must be Wd oefore the Committee at their next wcekty meeting. XXVI.--A11 members are to pay their bills for every expense they incur in the Club before they leave the XXVlr.-No round game shall „„ any account be RULES AND REGULATIONS. 11 y, or emo- any mem- 10 servants Committee, inderstood y member or stocks, ing any of the Club, per, pam- 'ty of the mt out of ivhatever, irise is to iplaining, Y noticed nts ; and 'ant is to member, ; be laid ting. or every save the ^unt be played for money, nor dice used in the Club Room ex- cept at Backgammon. XXVIIl.— No Smoking shall be allowed in the Club Rooms, except in the Billiard-room. XXIX. — No member is on any account to bring a dog into the Club Rooms. ^XX. — Any article of these rules may be altered, amended or suspended for any length of time, by con- sent of two-thirds of the members present at any meet- ing specially convened for that purpose; provided such alteration, amendment or suspension shall have been specified in the notice summoning such meeting. XXXI. — That a quorum of fifteen qualified members shall be necessary to constitute any annual or special meeting of the Club. XXX IT. — That if any member elected to serve on the Committee should resign, or should a death vacancy occur, the Committee shall have power to choose a qualified member to act in his stead until the annual meeting next ensuing. XXXITL— The Committee, on being requested in writing by ten members of the Club, shall call a General Meeting— giving a week's notice thereof, by posting the same in a conspicuous place in the Reading Room, XXXIV. — The foregoing shall be printed and distri- buted to each number. BY-LAWS. [28ib September, 1861. I. That membcrtj may introduce friends not resident in Canada West to the privileges of the Club, for any pe- riod not exceeding one fortnight. riOtb December. II. That no person shall be eligible to be elected hereafter a member of the Club unless of the age of 21 years, except Officers of Her Majesty's service. III. That gentlemen visiting Toronto, although resident in Canada West, may be introduced to the Club and make use of it for a period not exceeding three days on being entered in the Visitors' Book in the usual way. Such introduction not to be repeated more than once in Two Months. IV. That the privileges of the Club may be extended to visitors not resident in Canada West for a period beyond a fortnight, provided the sanction of the Committee be first obtained on a representation of the circumstances. rmrmtimiimmHS TORONTO CLUB. «•• LIST OF PRICES AND CHARGES, 1862. !$ C. Breakfast, of any kind 40 Dinner, Club table, H «ncl 6 r, m »> 50 Luncheon, Chops and Potatoes 80 Do. Cold Meat and Potatoes 30 Do. do. and Bread 25 Do. Cheese, Bread and Butter 15 Do. Soup, per Bowl 15 Sandwich and Glass of Ale 12^ Biscuit and Glass of Sherry 12^ Beds to Members, for Night only 60 Rooms " by the day, including Beds 1 00 Billiards, 4 Ball Game of 100 10 Do. 3 " " 63 10 WINES, &c. $ c. Champagne, Ist quality 2 00 Do. " " Pints. 1 25 Do. 2nd " r75 Do. " " 1 00 Claret, 1st quality 2 00 Do. " " Pints 1 00 Do. Mcdoc 60 Port, 1st quality 1 50 Do. 2nd " 1 00 Do- " Pints GO Sherry, '•st quality 1 60 Do. 2ud " 1 00 Do. " Pints 50 Drandy, ^ glasj, hot 12^ Do. " cold 10 Whiskey, (Scotch) ^ glass, hot 124 Do. S " cold. 10 Do. (Canadian) " hot. 07 Do. " " cold. 05 Ale (English) Burton, fi bottle 3U Do " " Pints.... 25 Do. (Canadian) per bottle 25 Do. " Pints 12i Do. " per glass 07 Porter (English) per bottle... 37 1 •' " Pints 25 Cider, (Penner's) per bottle... 37t Do. (Canadian) « ... 25 Liqueurs, per glitss 10 W. C. CEEWETT * CO., PRINTERS, TORONTO.