The cinema and the public: a critical analysis of the origin, constitution, and control of the British Film Institute (1934)

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Members to supply their places. The Chairman, how- ever, shall not be elected by the Members of the Institute, but by the Council as duly constituted at a meeting immediately following the Ordinary General Meeting of the Institute." XVII.— Proceedings at General Meetings. " Art. 74. At all meetings of the Institute the Chairman of the Council for the time being shall be Chairman, and in his absence the Chairman shall be one of the Council elected by the Members of Council present. In case none of the Council shall be present or willing to take the Chair, the Chairman shall be elected from among the Members present." FRINTED BY J AS. TRUSCOTT AND SON, LTD., LONDON, E.C.4