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bylaws:article_12 [2019/01/10 04:18]
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bylaws:article_12 [2020/02/11 05:46] (current)
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 There shall be no littering of the grounds. There shall be no littering of the grounds.
 ==== 12.1.5 ==== ==== 12.1.5 ====
-There shall be no smoking ​in the chapter house.+There shall now be no smoking ​including the use of vaping devices inside ​the chapter house
 ==== 12.1.6 ==== ==== 12.1.6 ====
 Smoking on chapter property is permitted, provided that smoking refuse is disposed of properly and that no member or guest is inconvenienced. This rule can be suspended by the president or a two-thirds vote of the chapter. ​ Smoking on chapter property is permitted, provided that smoking refuse is disposed of properly and that no member or guest is inconvenienced. This rule can be suspended by the president or a two-thirds vote of the chapter. ​
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 ==== 12.1.17 ====  ==== 12.1.17 ==== 
 There shall be no use of personal space heaters on chapter property. There shall be no use of personal space heaters on chapter property.
 +==== 12.1.18 ==== 
 +If a member assists another person in obtaining immediate and appropriate medical care related to the use or consumption of alcohol, drugs, or to another medical emergency, then that member, as well as those who are assisted, will not be subject to individual disciplinary action with respect to the incident. This is the case even if the member who is assisting was a contributing factor to that emergency. An individual may benefit from this policy more than once, though repeated use of the policy may receive stricter scrutiny.
 ===== 12.2 ===== ===== 12.2 =====
 Quiet Hours Quiet Hours
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 For formal dinners, all members shall be notified at least three hours in advance by the president. Coats and ties shall be worn at all formal dinners. Members shall maintain proper decorum in the dining room and shall observe all established table manners and customs. For formal dinners, all members shall be notified at least three hours in advance by the president. Coats and ties shall be worn at all formal dinners. Members shall maintain proper decorum in the dining room and shall observe all established table manners and customs.
 ==== 12.3.6 ==== ==== 12.3.6 ====
-The head of the table is determined by the highest ranking chapter officer present at the start of dinner. If no officer is present, the highest active badge number becomes the head of the table.+The head of the table is determined by the highest-ranking chapter officer present at the start of dinner. If no officer is present, the highest active badge number becomes the head of the table. 
 ==== 12.3.7 ==== ==== 12.3.7 ====
 Members shall remain in the dining room after dinner until excused by the head of table. Members shall remain in the dining room after dinner until excused by the head of table.
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 A house event is defined as a mandatory chapter event that requires attendance by all members of the chapter (e.g. Move-in, Retreat, Worklabs, Greek Week Games, Initiation, Homecoming, Haunted Maze, Christmas Party, PRO Days, and St. Pats) A house event is defined as a mandatory chapter event that requires attendance by all members of the chapter (e.g. Move-in, Retreat, Worklabs, Greek Week Games, Initiation, Homecoming, Haunted Maze, Christmas Party, PRO Days, and St. Pats)
 ==== 12.7.2 ==== ==== 12.7.2 ====
-To set a house event, a motion must be made during a chapter meeting more than twenty four hours in advance of the event. The motion must include a description of the event, start time, end time, location of the event, and a punishment for an unexcused absence and tardy. A majority vote is required for the motion to be carried.+To set a house event, a motion must be made during a chapter meeting more than twenty-four hours in advance of the event. The motion must include a description of the event, start time, end time, location of the event, and a punishment for an unexcused absence and tardy. A majority vote is required for the motion to be carried.
 ==== 12.7.3 ==== ==== 12.7.3 ====
 To be excused from a house event you must receive approval from the President. In order to be approved for excusal, you must have submitted your request twenty four hours prior to the start time of the event. To be excused from a house event you must receive approval from the President. In order to be approved for excusal, you must have submitted your request twenty four hours prior to the start time of the event.
 ==== 12.7.4 ==== ==== 12.7.4 ====
-If an emergency develops within twenty four hours of the house event, you must receive unanimous approval from the Executive Committee to be considered excused from the house event.+If an emergency develops within twenty-four hours of the house event, you must receive unanimous approval from the Executive Committee to be considered excused from the house event.
 ==== 12.7.5 ==== ==== 12.7.5 ====
 Any member who is unexcused from three house events over the course of a semester shall be brought up for suspension by vote. Any member who is unexcused from three house events over the course of a semester shall be brought up for suspension by vote.