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Cyhoeddedig gan "Gymdeithas yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol
Argraffwyd (dros y Gymdeithas) gan I. FOULKES, 18, Brunswick Street.
The National Eisteddfod Association.
Objects and Rules.
I. The name of the Association shall be "The National Eisteddfod Association," and such name shall not be changed, save with the consent of the majority at a General Meeting of the Members duly convened and held.
II. The objects of the Association shall be the following, namely :
To raise, by means of annual subscriptions and donations, a fund which shall enable the Association to offer prizes for competition, and in other ways to promote the usefulness of the Eisteddfod.
2. To secure the holding of only one National Eisteddfod in each year, in North and South Wales alternately; to select the place at which it shall be held, and fix the conditions to be attached to the selection. 3. To assist in providing a suitable pavilion, in selecting appropriate subjects for competition, in securing men of eminence to preside at the Eisteddfod Meetings, in preparing the Eisteddfod Programme, and in upholding the authority of the Gorsedd.
4. To publish a volume of the Eisteddfod Transactions annually, and such prize compositions as may from time to time be selected by the Executive Council of the Association.
ALTERATIONS, &C., OF RULES.
III. The Members of the Association may, when assembled in General Meeting, alter, add to, or take away from the Rules of the Association or the list of the objects of the Association as specified in Rule II.; but notice must be given of any resolution having that end in view at least four weeks before the date of the General Meeting, so that it may appear on the Agenda of the Meeting.
OFFICERS AND CONSTITUTION OF ASSOCIATION.
IV. The Association shall consist of a President, Vice-Presidents, a Council, an Executive Council, Treasurer, Honorary Secretary, Secretary, such other Officers as may be deemed necessary, and Members as further detailed in in Rule No. 12.
V. The President shall be elected by the Members in General Meeting, and shall retain the office for five years, but shall be eligible for re-election.
VICE-PRESIDENTS AND COUNCIL.
VI. The Vice-Presidents and Council shall be elected annually by the Members when assembled in the Ordinary General Meeting; and it shall be competent for the Members when so assembled to increase or reduce the number of Vice-Presidents or of the Council without requiring that notice shall have been given in the notices convening such Ordinary General Meetings. Ten members of the Council shall form a quorum.