I-8 - Nurses Act

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14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the board of directors may by regulation:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  abolish a section which has insufficient funds to subsist or does not make suitable or beneficial use of its funds;
(d)  impose on any section which fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the board of directors, a report required under subparagraph f of the first paragraph of section 11 or which fails to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31, or, on a section whose president fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the board of directors, a report required under paragraph i of subparagraph g of the first paragraph of section 11, the following penalty: abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions;
(f)  regulate, in accordance with paragraphs e, h and i of section 94 of the Professional Code, the classes of specialization to which members of the Order must belong to engage in activities referred to in section 36.1; for that purpose, the board of directors may, in the regulation, establish an advisory committee;
(g)  determine the training and clinical experience in psychiatric nursing care required to exercise the activity referred to in subparagraph 16 of the second paragraph of section 36.
1973, c. 48, s. 14; 1989, c. 32, s. 5; 1994, c. 40, s. 326; 2002, c. 33, s. 11; 2008, c. 11, s. 212; 2009, c. 28, s. 13.
14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the board of directors may by regulation:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  abolish a section which has insufficient funds to subsist or does not make suitable or beneficial use of its funds;
(d)  impose on any section which fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the board of directors, a report required under subparagraph f of the first paragraph of section 11 or which fails to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31, or, on a section whose president fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the board of directors, a report required under paragraph i of subparagraph g of the first paragraph of section 11, the following penalty: abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions;
(f)  regulate, in accordance with paragraphs e, h and i of section 94 of the Professional Code, the classes of specialization to which members of the Order must belong to engage in activities referred to in section 36.1; for that purpose, the board of directors may, in the regulation, establish an advisory committee.
1973, c. 48, s. 14; 1989, c. 32, s. 5; 1994, c. 40, s. 326; 2002, c. 33, s. 11; 2008, c. 11, s. 212.
14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the Bureau may by regulation:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  abolish a section which has insufficient funds to subsist or does not make suitable or beneficial use of its funds;
(d)  impose on any section which fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the Bureau, a report required under subparagraph f of the first paragraph of section 11 or which fails to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31, or, on a section whose president fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the Bureau, a report required under paragraph i of subparagraph g of the first paragraph of section 11, the following penalty: abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions;
(f)  regulate, in accordance with paragraphs e, h and i of section 94 of the Professional Code, the classes of specialization to which members of the Order must belong to engage in activities referred to in section 36.1 ; for that purpose, the Bureau may, in the regulation, establish an advisory committee.
1973, c. 48, s. 14; 1989, c. 32, s. 5; 1994, c. 40, s. 326; 2002, c. 33, s. 11.
14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the Bureau may by regulation:
(a)  (paragraph repealed);
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  abolish a section which has insufficient funds to subsist or does not make suitable or beneficial use of its funds;
(d)  impose on any section which fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the Bureau, a report required under subparagraph f of the first paragraph of section 11 or which fails to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31, or, on a section whose president fails to file, within the time limit fixed by the Bureau, a report required under paragraph i of subparagraph g of the first paragraph of section 11, the following penalty: abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions.
1973, c. 48, s. 14; 1989, c. 32, s. 5; 1994, c. 40, s. 326.
14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26), the Bureau may by regulation:
(a)  change the territories of the sections with the consent of the sections concerned;
(b)  (paragraph repealed);
(c)  put under trusteeship or abolish the sections which have insufficient funds to subsist or do not make suitable or beneficial use of their funds;
(d)  impose, on any section which or president who fails to file, within the delay fixed by the Bureau, a report required under paragraph f or g of section 11, or on any section which fails to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31, the following penalties: placing under trusteeship or abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions.
1973, c. 48, s. 14; 1989, c. 32, s. 5.
14. In addition to the powers provided in section 94 of the Professional Code, the Bureau may by regulation:
(a)  change the territories of the sections with the consent of the sections concerned;
(b)  require an annual financial report from the sections;
(c)  put under trusteeship or abolish the sections which have insufficient funds to subsist or do not make suitable or beneficial use of their funds; require from the officers of such sections a report on the use of their funds and, if necessary, order an inquiry;
(d)  impose the following penalties on the sections which fail to make the report required under paragraph b or to submit to the disallowance of a by-law effected under section 31: placing under trusteeship or abolition of the section;
(e)  fix the apportionment among the sections of the proceeds from contributions.
1973, c. 48, s. 14.