Village of Stony River - Tribal Constitution
Received: June 2003
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Table of Contents
Constitution of the Native Village of Stony River, Alaska
Article I. Name.
Article II. Territory and jurisdiction.
Article III. Membership -- [Sections 1-3].
Article IV. The governing body -- [Sections 1-3].
Article V. Powers of the village -- 1. General powers. 2. Internal procedures. 3. Other Council powers.
Article VI. Rights of members -- 1. Civil rights. [Section 2]. 3. Retained powers. [Sections 4-5].
Article VII. Amendments -- [Sections 1-2].
Article VIII. Severability.
Article IX. Adoption.
Certification of adoption.
[Signature page re: constitution and bylaws amendments.]
Bylaws of the Stony River Traditional Council
Article I.� Duties of officer -- 1. The president.� 2. The vice president.� 3. The secretary.� 4. The treasurer.� 5. Appointive officers.� 6. The records.
Article II.� Qualification of officers -- [Sections 1-2].
Article III.� Change of officers -- [Sections 1-2].
Article IV.� Rule making power -- [Sections 1-2].
Article V.� Meetings -- [Section 1].� 2. The quorum.� [Sections 3-4].