The Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland (Charter Amendment) Act, 1969


9.—Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Charter or in the amending Act, the Bye-laws may provide for all or any of the following matters:—

(a) the setting up and organisation within the Institution of several divisions of members to cater for the needs of the profession,

(b) the constitution of divisional boards of control or committees and the method of election to such boards,

(c) the formation of some or all of such divisions into divisional groups and the provision of committees or executive bodies to manage the affairs of such groups,

(d) the constitution, number and method of election of the Council,

(e) the election and method of election of a President and other officers in lieu of the officers mentioned in the Charter and the amending Act,

(f) the conditions subject to which students, engineering technicians or other persons may be associated with the Institution,

(g) the qualifications required for Ordinary membership and Chartered membership respectively,

(h) the conferring of the title “Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland”or other title of distinction on any of the Chartered members and the conditions governing the conferring and use of such title,

(i) the affiliation or association of the Institution with other professional bodies, within the State or elsewhere, and the granting of any reciprocal rights to members of any such bodies,

(j) the appointment by the Council and the remuneration out of the funds of the Institution of a Secretary and other officers (who need not be members),

(k) the holding of a postal ballot in relation to any matter.