|Cricketr BC Constitution|
1. The name of the Society is “WEST COAST CRICKET ORGANIZATION”
(a) To promote, foster and develop the playing of the amateur sport of cricket throughout the province of British Columbia;
(b) To promote and develop the playing of cricket in schools and generally among the youth of the Province of British Columbia;
(c) To take all steps necessary or desirable to regulate the sport of cricket throughout the Province of British Columbia;
(d) To select cricket teams to compete against other teams in Canada and elsewhere;
(e) To affiliate with or otherwise become a member of the Canadian Cricket Association or any other body which governs the playing of amateur cricket in Canada;
(f) To acquire by purchase, lease, license, gift or otherwise to hold as owner, lessee, licensee, or otherwise any properties both real and personal, including moneys, as may be considered suitable for the general purposes of the Association and the same to administer, develop, operate, apply and expand for the general purposes of the Society;
3. The purposes of the Society shall be carried out without pecuniary gain or profit to its members and any profits or other accretions to the Society shall be used in promoting its purposes. These provisions shall be unalterable; and
4. Upon the dissolution of the Association, any assets remaining after payment and satisfaction of the debts and liabilities, shall be transferred to an organization having cognate or similar objectives, or to a recognized charitable organization in the Province or elsewhere in Canada, as directed by the members. These provisions shall be unalterable.
Here set out, in numbered clauses, the bylaws providing for the matters referred to in section 6(1) of the Society Act and other bylaws.