M-44 - National Museums Act

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20. The chair of the board shall preside at board meetings and see to the proper operation of the board.
The chair shall also see to the proper operation of the board committees and may take part in any committee meeting.
1983, c. 52, s. 20; 2002, c. 64, s. 4; 2016, c. 322016, c. 32, s. 3.
20. A museum may make by-laws to provide for its internal management.
The by-laws may, in particular,
(1)  establish internal management standards and surveillance and security measures for the property found in its establishment ;
(2)  determine conditions for the acquisition, alienation, leasing, lending, donation, exchange, preservation or restoration of objects that are the works of man or the products of nature ;
(3)  establish classes of non-voting members and determine their duties, powers and obligations ;
(4)  establish an executive committee composed of not fewer than three members of the board of directors, including the chairman, determine its functions and powers and fix the term of office of its members ;
(5)  establish committees to advise the museum on the acquisition of property and any other matter within the scope of its functions, determine their functions and powers and fix the term of office of their members.
The members of the committees formed under subparagraph 5 of the second paragraph shall receive no remuneration except in such cases, on such conditions and to such extent as the Government may determine. The members are entitled, however, to the reimbursement of the expenses they incur in the exercise of their functions, on the conditions and to the extent determined by the Government.
1983, c. 52, s. 20; 2002, c. 64, s. 4.
20. Subject to section 39, a museum may adopt by-laws concerning the exercise of its powers and its internal management.
The by-laws come into force from the date of their approval by the Government.
1983, c. 52, s. 20.