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The Regulations that are to govern the Carnarvon- shire and Anglesey Loyal Dispensary. The Gentlemen, appointed a Committee, fopthe purpose of forming a Dispensary at Bangor, did on the fourteenth day of November, agree npou the following regulations. The Right Honorahle LORD VISCOUNT W ARREN BULKELEY, hi the Chair. I. That an Institution shall be formed at Ban- gor, where the poor shall be supplied with Medi- cine, and have the benefit of Medical Advice, gratis, to be called the CA rn ARvOiVSHiRE ASH ANGLESEY LOYAl. JJISPENSARY Ttiitt a suit- able Biiitditig, shall be erected for the purpose, with an appropriate inscription, stating the origin of the Institution, and that the poor shall be supplied with Medicine, and have the benefit of Medical Itlvice, gratis, tor the first time, on the day his Majesty completes the fiftieth year of hi's reigti. f." VI. That the Institution conskt oLaPresjdnt, Vice Presidents, Governors, and a Committee. Ill, That the Presidents he annually elected from the Vice Presidents, by the Governors.â That annual Subscribers of five guineas, or any larger sum* be Vice Presidents. IV-. That annual Subscribers of one guinea, shall be entitled to have one patient's name at all tiines on the books of the Dispensary, and Sub- scribers to a larger amount, stiall to have a proportionate number, of patients' names on the books. V. That Benefactors of ten guineas within the year, or persons charged with a benefaction of ten guineas, or any larger sum, froirt au unknown hand, or with the payment of a '*Iep-ac), to that amount, shall be Governors for life, and entitled to the same I" ileges as annual Subscribers of one guinea. VI. Th.it. Physicians am} Surgeons aUel,d-. ing the D v shall be Governors. V 51 the Physicians, Surgeons, and ii. the counties of Carnarvon and Anglesey, shall be allowed to rec#mmeiul, aud have on file bi -M.s of the Dispensary, one patient at a time. »ifb- 'h. they do not subscribe, and that the number of patients recommended-foe vaccine ii i u be unlhaited. that the number of patients recommended-foe vaccine ii i u be unlhaited. VOl. That- f?ie annual subscription stisll b- come due for the first time on the 25th day of October, 1810, and that it will always in future become due on the 25th of October. IX. That a general meeting of the Governors f!1 jfe at the Dispensary twice every vear. The first ?neeting shall take place on the^atlt day Oi October, aad the second on the first day of May.. X. That the power of rnaJdng and repealing laTa ahiill be vested in the General Meeting, con- sisting offline Governors at tllelerist, and no re* sotutioii proposed at a General-Meeting shall !)« entered as a rule, unless recommended by tlia Committee, till it is confirmed by the suree^dioS General Meeting. >, XI. That at the General Meeting in October, there shall he-elected the President for the year! c, ensuing, a Committee consisting of.twenty GoVgr-i no: to whom the Me heihGentlemen attending' the. Dispcsi'^ry s'nll be added, and also a Trea< sur-r, who tmnf hi sel^etid li in It Governor* ifitu] ivbn r.Kiy app< nt.i^eric ,Ml. 1-1 all (â ((IOII5 si ill i In ballot, aud all »p" 't;»!.s rte- idiri by ,i « j i,tv « t?votes, and th:.t La.d:e> ni.-ij vote at any election, by anothet'1 Govejnor as pi.m authorized in writing. XILI. Anj 'iov Mcor by sending notice in wri' »ho I»ic pensarj may appoint another .Go* vernor, to si^n tin letters of reconimeisdation. -vIV. AU the Governors will be supposed ta continue Uieir subscriptions, unless thev give continue Uieir subscriptions, unless thev give 1)(" f ticr to 'the Coitfmrv, by a fetter directed to the Dispensary, one month before the General Meet* ing OJI^'the 25th of October. COMMITTEE. I. That the Committee shall elect a Chair- man, -who siiriiiIextraordiiiary le ting, of the â¢Committee, when!; may think proper, the Chair- man may also appoint a Deputy to act for him in his absence, and who ivust DC selected froOl ttio ori ⢠It. That the Committee shall attend the! Dispensary on the first Thursday in every monfntj three of the oi- his Deputy be' ing one, shall be sufficient to transact business > to examine bills and order pavment of them, an4 regulate such other aifairs of the charity as sh-. be recommended to their charge by the Gener« Meeting. They shall also prepare a state of fW Dispensary, and of the number of patients re- ceived,and discharged within the year, with a" of the proceedings of the Governors, of the accounts of the Institution1, to be laid be" fore the (ierieral Meeting on the 25th of Octoher1 fore the (ierieral Meeting on the 25th of October* which if approved, shall be immediately publish- ed for the satisfaction of the Governors and ail persons interested in the welfare,-of the estab-* lishinent. lishinent. III. All complaints are to be made in writ* ing or in ?>er30ii, to the Committee at their moiiih* ( ly Meeting. MBDICAL ATTENDANTS. I. That Two Gentlemen, regularly í structed in the practice of Medicine, shall ife attendance at the Dispensary every Tuesday and Friday, at eleven o'eloe'ks to such, persons as ar( properly recommended, and shall apply for reo lief. j II. That if cither of the Medical Attend" t anls, from indisposition', or any other reasonable f cause, shon!t1110t be able to attend, he shall tIP" v point another medical Gentleman to attend in 1"* place. PATIENTS. f. That all patients are to bring their letfiff* of recommendation to the Dispensary upon Tue*" day and Friday mornings, between the hours of i ten and twelve, after which time no reco atory letter will be received. It. That all patient. stiall firi-i;sb bottlei. any article ofasinid nat'.ire tliat may be necessary; they shall behav soberly, and conform strictly to the tticill 1-y the Medical Attendant, oil pais- of being instantly dismissed for irregularity. Iff. That should any p»aicnt be so discharg- cd, the Governor who recommended him sh&li l-f i'uniediately jnlormed of it, aud in no case slialf such person be rc-adiiiitted to'the benefits 01 the lustiiution, unless particularly recommended W the Menibcrs of the Committee. J V. That each person, upon hjs name ing entered upon the books of the 'Dispeusaryv must deposit one shilling,, which shall be retutil" ed on hi* being cured oi- i-elieved, and applying for a letter of thanks to be presented to the Cf¿ vernor who recommended him, and for which, If he neglects to spply, be shall Soneit not oulf the shilling, but the bgneKits-of. the charity in ture.

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