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                                CAMPBELL HALL CONSTITUTION




PREAMBLE

We, the residents of Campbell Hall, in order to provide for a stable and continuing House
government; to establish and maintain law, order and proper management of affairs pertaining to us
all; to uphold the laws of the land and the rules and regulations of the University, and to help make
clear the rights and responsibilities of each of us individually, and all of us collectively; do establish
this constitution for Campbell Hall under the authority vested in each residence of the document of
May 1989, entitled Policies And Procedures For Student Governance by the Board/Senate
Committee on Student Discipline which provides for the establishment of a constitution and by-laws
for each residence of more than 24 students.

The University Judicial Committee does, however, have jurisdiction over all offences not specifically
reserved by the House By-Laws to the House Council.


DEFINITONS


        A.      House: shall refer to Campbell Hall
        B.      University: shall refer to Mount Allison University
        C.      Resident: shall refer to a student properly enrolled at the University and currently
                residing in Campbell Hall with the knowledge and consent of the Residence Room
                Co-ordinator.
        D.      Non-resident: shall refer to anyone who resides outside of Campbell Hall
        E.      By-Laws: shall refer to those rules and regulations enacted by Campbell Hall=s
                House Council to help uphold the principles of this Constitution, or any part thereof
        F.      Laws of the Land: shall refer to those civil and criminal laws, local, provincial and
                federal which necessarily apply to the residents of Campbell Hall
        G.      University Rules and Regulations: shall refer to those rules and regulations properly
                promulgated and issued by the Office of the Dean of Students
        H.      Don: shall refer to the current Don(s) of Campbell Hall
        I.      Monitor: shall refer to a student appointed to act as a representative of the University
                administration and shall be directly responsible to the Don (includes assistant-don
                residence assistants)
        J.      Recycling Representative: shall refer to a student who is appointed by House Council
                to oversee recycling duties of the floor recycling representatives
        K.      General House Meeting: shall refer to a gathering of all residents for a meeting
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     L.    Ex officio: shall refer to a member of a committee that cannot vote (i.e. Judicial,
           Appeals, House Council)


     NOTE: The document on Policies and Procedures for Student Governance can be
           obtained from Student Life Office, the SAC Office or your House
           President.




                            ARTICLE 1: HOUSE COUNCIL
GENERAL


     a.    There shall be established a House Council (hereafter referred to as The Council)
           which shall be vested with general legislative authority to administer the business and
           affairs of Campbell Hall.


MEMBERSHIP


     a.    The Council shall consist of the following voting members:
                 a.      The House President
                 b.      The Vice-President
                 c.      The Secretary-Treasurer
                 d.      The Social Chair(s)
                 e.      Floor Representatives (8)
                 f.      Food Representative
                 g.      Housing Representative
                 h.      Health Representative
                 i.      Intramural Representative(s)

           and the following non-voting members:
                  a.     The Don(s)
                  b.     The Assistant Don
                  c.     The Monitors
                  d.     The Student Administrative Council Representative



ELECTION OF MEMBERS
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       The eight Wing Representatives (2 from each floor) shall be elected to House Council
in September of each year by their respective floors. The entire house will elect Food,
Housing, Health, and Intramural Representatives in September. These elections shall take
place no later than three weeks after the beginning of classes.


DUTIES


The House Council shall:
       a)     Act as the organizational body for House activities and as a forum for the
       concerns of the residents with regard to residence life
       b)     Draw up and present to the House, and revise as necessary, the House
       Constitution
       c)     Formulate the House by-laws, rules and regulations
       d)     Ensure the following offices are filled:
                      i)   Food Committee Representative
                      ii) Intramural Representative(s)
                      iii) House Judicial Committee
                      iv) House Appeals Committee
                       v) House Recycling Representative (who shall have their own
                      committee of 8 representatives - one from each wing)
                      vi) Health representatives
       e)     Ratify the appointment of the House Judicial Committee
       f)     Assist the Student Administrative Council's Chief Returning Officer with the
              election of SAC representatives to ensure that all Students' Administrative
              Council house representatives shall be elected by the procedures outlined in the
              Mount Allison University Student Union Bylaws under Law III.


Floor Representatives Shall:
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   i. Organize and make necessary purchases for Wing/ Floor parties.
   ii. Organize Wing/ Floor dinners and social events.
   iii. Attend House Council meetings. NOTE: In the event that you are unable to attend a
        House Council meeting, please inform the Secretary/ Treasurer within 24 hours of
        the planned meeting. “Upon failure to attend two consecutive House Council
        meetings without reason satisfactory to council the member in question shall forfeit
        their position.
   iv. Serve as a liaison between the House Council and the residents of their respective
        Wing.
   v. Assist in the setup and cleanup of all house-sponsored parties and events within
        Campbell Hall. (I.e. Cancun Campbell)
   vi. If necessary, assist any or all floors with their recycling duties.

Housing Representative Shall:
  i. Attend all Housing Department meetings.
  ii. Make a conscious effort to understand the unique concerns of Campbell residents in
       regards to housing issues. In addition to understanding these concerns this
       individual needs to be comfortable presenting these issues to housing department
       officials.
  iii. Attend House Council meetings. NOTE: In the event that you are unable to attend a
       House Council meeting, please inform the Secretary/ Treasurer within 24 hours of
       the planned meeting. “Upon failure to attend two consecutive House Council
       meetings without reason satisfactory to council the member in question shall forfeit
       their position
  iv. Organize and execute the purchase of Campbell Hall clothing for all interested
       residents; maintain and establish office/ consultation hours for residents to view
       the available products for sale.
  v. Maintain and foster a relationship with a local clothing retailer, in order to provide
       the most economical prices available.
  vi. If necessary, assist any or all floors with their recycling duties.
  vii. Assist in the setup and cleanup of all house-sponsored parties and events within
       Campbell Hall. (I.e. Cancun Campbell)


ELECTIONS


       To be elected to House Council: on the first ballot a resident must receive at least fifty
percent plus one of the votes cast. In this instance a spoiled ballot counts as a vote cast. If
the majority of votes cast is not obtained on the first ballot a run-off shall be held between the
top two candidates. In the run-off, a simple majority is all that is needed to be elected.
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      Nominations are to be open for at least one week before the election and a list of
nominees shall be posted to give ample notice to voters.



HOUSE COUNCIL MEETINGS


      House Council meetings shall be called by the President or at least two voting
      members of the House Council. Meetings should occur at least once a month. All
      meetings shall be opened to residents unless otherwise specified by Council.


      A quorum at a Council meeting shall consist of at least six Council members having
permanent franchise.


PROCEDURE


      The following shall constitute the order of business at a meeting of Council:


1.    Call to Order
2.    Minutes
3.    Treasurer's Report
4.    Old Business
5.    New Business
6.    Adjournment


In case of procedural questions, Robert's Revised Rules of Order shall be consulted.


THE HOUSE COUNCIL SHALL USE THE FOLLOWING RULES FOR VOTING
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a)     The President shall not have a vote, except in the case of a tie. The Vice-President
       shall only have a tie-breaking vote in the case of the absence of the President. The
       Secretary-Treasurer shall only have a tie-breaking vote in the case of the absence of
       the Vice-President.     The Social Chair shall only have a tie-breaking vote in the
       absence of the President, Vice-President, and the Secretary-Treasurer.


b)     Members ex-officio shall not possess the right to vote under any circumstances.


c)     Voting in Council shall be by show of hands only.


d)     A majority shall be considered fifty percent plus one vote of the Council quorum.




MINUTES OF MEETINGS


       Minutes of each meeting of the House Council shall be kept by the Secretary-Treasurer
and shall be e-mailed to the House within 72 hours of adjournment. Members of the Council
shall report on business of the Council to the residents they represent.


BY-LAWS


       House Council may propose by-laws, rules and regulations as needed to govern
student life in residence in order to protect the rights and privileges of individual residents and
to establish appropriate conduct for residents in general. These by-laws are established in
concordance with the Policies and Procedures for Student Governance by the Board/Senate
Committee on Student Discipline.




       These by-laws, once established, remain in effect, as does this constitution, from year
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to year, unless properly revised, replaced, or repealed, and ratified by the House in a general
election.


GENERAL HOUSE MEETINGS


       General House meetings shall be called by the President upon request from the
Don(s), House Council or any member thereof, or of any five residents in the House. A
quorum at a meeting shall be thirty-five percent of the residents, but for Constitutional and/or
by-law amendment or ratification for which the quorum shall be fifty percent plus one. If a
resident requests a secret ballot, it will be conducted if one-third of those present support it by
a show of hands. In the event that a quorum is unattainable, voting may be conducted by
ballot or by separate floor meetings. The voting quorum is identical to that of a general
House meeting.




                                   ARTICLE II: EXECUTIVE


The executive of House Council shall consist of the House President, Vice-President, the
Secretary-Treasurer, and Social Chair(s).


ELECTIONS


       The President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, and Social Chair shall be elected
by secret ballot within two weeks of Spring Break and before Room Draw. His/her power
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shall commence after Spring Convocation.


       To be elected to the positions on the first ballot a resident must receive at least fifty
percent plus one of the votes cast. In this instance a spoiled ballot counts as a vote cast. If
the majority of votes cast is not obtained on the first ballot a run-off shall be held between the
top two candidates. In the run-off, a simple majority is all that is needed to be elected.


       Nominations are to be open for at least one week before the election and a list of
nominees shall be posted to give ample notice to voters.


       Following the resignation or removal of any member of the executive, nominations for
the respective position are to be submitted at least seven (7) days before the election which
must be held, at the latest, three weeks after the vacancy of said office.


NOTE: See duties of Vice-President


DUTIES OF THE PRESIDENT


       The House President shall:


       i.      Preside over meetings of the House Council as well as general House meetings
       ii.     Supervise the day-to-day affairs of the House
       iii.    Represent the House in dealings with the Don(s) and/ or Student Life
       iv.     Attend meetings with the Presidents of other Houses
       v.      Designate by the end of the first full week of classes a resident other than the
President to be the House Returning Officer to oversee all House elections
       vi.     The President may use their own discretion in emergency situations – without
the consent of Council – totalling no more than two-hundred dollars. The President shall
account for such expenditures at the next meeting of Council.
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         vii.   The President shall receive the Executive suite (room 242 or first pick at
room draw)




DUTIES OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT


         The Vice-President Shall


         i.     Assist the President in supervising the day-to day affairs of the House
         ii.    The Vice- President may use their own discretion in emergency situations –
without the consent of Council – totalling no more than one hundred dollars. The Vice-
President shall account for such expenditures at the next meeting of Council.
         iii.   Ensure Recycling Representatives are in place in September
         iv.    Act as a liaison between House Council and the Executive
         v.     The Vice-President shall have second pick at room draw
         vi.    In the absence of the House President, the Vice-President shall assume his/her
duties




DUTIES OF THE SECRETARY-TREASURER


         The Secretary-Treasurer shall:
               A.     Keep minutes of all House meetings and e-mail the house within 72 hours of
                      adjournment of Council.
               B.     Maintain House accounts for the Council and report to the Council on the
                      financial affairs of the House,
               C.     Post house accounts statements to House and provide account information to
                      Don for review
               D.     Receive and record the payment of fines.
               E.     Report to the House Judicial Committee and the Dean of Students in the
                      event that the fines are not paid.
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              F.          Supervise the operation of all vending machine concessions granted by House
                          Council.
              G.          Collect all House Fees at the beginning of September.
              H.          The Secretary-Treasurer shall have third pick at room draw




DUTIES OF THE SOCIAL CHAIRPERSON


The Social Chair(s) shall:
                    i.     Organize and oversee all social events of Campbell Hall approved by
                           House Council.
                    ii.    Obtain any required liquor licenses for House events at least one
                           week in advance of said event.
                    iii.   Prepare and present event risk assessment forms to Student Life
                    iv.    Book any required facilities for House events.
                    v.     Clear all ideas for social events through the House Council.
                    vi.    The Social Chair(s) shall have fourth pick at room draw.




              ARTICLE III: HOUSE JUDICIAL AND APPEALS COMMITTEE


HOUSE JUDICIAL COMMITTEE


                     i. The House Judicial Committee shall be made up of a Chairperson, five
                            jurors, and an alternate juror.
                    ii.   The House Judicial Committee shall be responsible for the final House ruling
                          interpretation of this constitution.
                   iii.   The parties will be given at least 48 hours written notice in advance of
                          meeting
                   iv.    Any decision of this body may be appealed to the House Appeals Committee
                          within seventy-two hours of this decision.
                    v.    The Chairperson of the House Judicial Committee shall be appointed by
                           a Committee consisting of the Dons, the Assistant Don, and President.
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                          He/she shall be selected from the student residents of the House,
                         excluding the members of the House Council and Monitors no later
                          than September 15th.
                 vi.    The Chairperson, Don, Assistant Don and President shall then choose from
                          the residents of the House, excluding members of the House Council and
                          Monitors, the five jurors and one alternate juror no later than September
                          30th.
                vii.    The Don, Assistant Don, and President shall attend meetings of the
                          Committee but shall not vote.
                viii.   Final deliberations shall take place in a closed Committee session and
                          decision shall be by majority vote
                 ix.    Meetings of the Committee are open to all residents of the House providing
                          order is maintained during the meeting and 24 hour notice is given to
                          Judicial Chair.
                  x.    Meetings of the Judicial Committee shall run according to the
                         procedures, guidelines and recommendations outlined in Policies and
                         Procedures for Student Governance (September 1, 1997)
                  xi. The Chair shall be responsible for keeping a recorded description of
                         cases brought before the Committee, including decisions and
                         sanctions.    The record shall be passed on to the Chair of the
                         succeeding Committee through the House President or Don.
     SANCTIONS
      Each infraction of House by-laws, rules or regulations shall be punishable by a fine or
other sanction specified in the Policies and Procedures for Student Governance by the
Board/Senate/
   Committee on Discipline or by a combination thereof. The severity of the penalty shall
   depend on the nature of the offences.
   HOUSE APPEALS COMMITTEE


                  The House Appeals Committee shall consist of a chairperson, five jurors,
                                   and an alternate juror.
                           ii.     The Committee shall convene upon the receipt of a written
                                   complaint/appeal from any member of the House or of the
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                                        University community pursuant to section F.a.iii.
                              iii.      The parties will be given at least 48 hours written notice in
                                        advance of a meeting.
                              iv.       Meetings of the Committee are open to all residents of the House
                                        and 24 hours notice is given to Judicial Chair.
                              v.        Final deliberations shall take place in a closed Committee session
                                        and decision shall be by majority vote.
                              vi.       All decisions of the House Appeals Committee shall be final.

                              Chair Person:


                  b.          i.        The Chairperson of the House Appeals Committee shall be
                                        appointed by a Committee consisting of the Dons the
                                        Assistant Don and President. He/she shall be selected from
                                        the student residents of the House, excluding the members of
                                        the House Council and Monitors no later than September 15th.


                       ii.           The Chairperson shall then choose from the student residents of the
                                     House, excluding members of the House Council and Monitors, the
                                     five jurors and one alternate juror no later than September 30th.
                       iii.          Appeals Committee membership is subject to approval of the
                                     majority of the House Council.
                       iv.           The Don or a co-Don shall attend meetings of the Committee but
                                     shall not vote.
             c.        i.            Meetings of the Appeals Committee shall be run according to the
                                     procedures, guidelines and recommendations outlined in Policies
                                     and Procedures for Student Governance (September 1, 1997).
                       ii.           A quorum for meetings shall be four members including the Chair.
                       iii.          The Chair shall be responsible for keeping a recorded description of
                                     cases brought before the Committee, including decisions and
                                     sanctions. The record shall be passed on to the Chair of the
                                     succeeding Committee through the House President or Don. A copy
                                     of all proceedings must be submitted to the Dean of Students.



PROCEDURES


      Procedures will be those listed in the document "Policies and Procedures for Student
Governance" available from the Chair of the Appeals Committee, the Residence Dons, the
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SAC or the Dean of Students.




SANCTIONS


       The Appeals Committee has a wide range of sanctions open to them. The committee
may nullify the decision of the Judicial Committee, may leave the decision intact, or may
modify the decision.


WARNINGS AND FINING POLICY




              For any By-Law infraction, any resident or residence staff of the House can
              issue warnings and charges.


                       i.     Warnings are issued at the discretion of residents or residence
              staff.
                       ii.    A person issuing shall do so orally in a clear manner so that is
                              understood and acknowledged by the offender. The person issuing
                              the warning should then inform a monitor/ Judicial Chair of the
                              warning.
                       iii.   A charge is defined as the written indication of intent of one party to
                              pursue House Judicial action against another party for a violation of
                              House By-Laws.
                       iv.    Any charge shall be issued in writing to the alleged offender and to
                              the Chair of the House Judicial Committee and shall include:
                                     a.      The name of the person issuing the charge.
                                     b.      The name of the person receiving the charge.
                                     c.      The nature, date and time of the charge.
                                     d.      The names of any witnesses.
                       v.     The Head of the Judicial Committee shall then follow the procedures
                              for a House Judicial hearing as outlined in Section D of Policies and
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                          Procedures for Student Governance




       The University Judicial Committee has jurisdiction over all offenses not specifically
reserved by the House by-laws to the House Judicial Committee, or offences delegated to
House Judicial by University Judicial.


       The complete document Policies and Procedures for Student Governance can be
obtained from the SAC or the Dean of Students Office.




                         ARTICLE IV: GENERAL PROVISIONS


RATIFICATION


       The Constitution shall take effect when it has been approved by House Council,
Don(s) of the house, fifty percent plus one of the residents at a general House vote and
subsequently approved by the University Student Governance Committee.


AMENDMENTS


       The Constitution may be amended from time to time if the amendment is:
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a)      Presented to Council and receives the approval of two-thirds of voting Council.


b)      Posted publicly for four days and receives the approval of simple majority of all
        House residents and are in effect after approval by the University Student
        Governance Committee.
c)      This Constitution remains in effect from year to year until duly repealed, revised, or
        replaced.


HONORARIA


        Honoraria shall be given to the President, Vice-President, Secretary Treasurer, and
the Social Chair. Honoraria will be paid in two instalments, fifty-percent in December, and
fifty-percent in March: the dollar values are as follows:
        House President               $900
               - The President is subject to a bonus up to a maximum of $180
        Vice President                $800
               - The Vice-President is subject to a bonus up to a maximum of $160
        Secretary Treasurer           $700
               -The Secretary Treasurer is subject to a bonus up to a maximum of $140


        Social Chair                  $800 (split if co-chairs)
               -The Social Chair(s) position is subject to a bonus up to a maximum of $160
(split if co-social chairs)
        House Returning Officer       $50


BONUSES


     1. Bonus for each executive member shall be paid as follows:
           a. Each executive member is subject to a bonus of up to 20% of position’s
               honorarium
           b. Ballots    will   be   cast    by   residents   of   the   house   and   marked
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              ‘poor/fair/good/very good’ as the resident feels the executive member has
              performed.
          c. Votes of ‘poor’ count as zero(0); ‘fair’ count as one(1); votes of ‘good’
              count as two(2) and votes of ‘very good’ count as three(3) points.
          d. The total points for each executive member will be added up. The ‘average
              vote’ for each executive member will be the total points divided by the
              number of total votes.
          e. The President bonus will be calculated as ‘60x avg votes’
          f. The Vice-President will be calculated as ‘53 x avg votes’.
          g. The Secretary/Treasurer will be calculated as ‘47 x avg votes’.
          h. The Social chairs will be calculated as ‘27 x avg votes’ (each).


       Formula:
                     Total Points = (# of poor) x (0) + (# of fair) x (1) + (# of good) x
                     (2) + (# of very good ) x (3)
                     Total votes = (# of poor) + (# of fair) + (# of good) + (# of very
                     good)
                     Avg. (Average) Vote = (total points)/(total votes)
                     Bonus = (avg vote) x (60 president) or x (53 Vice-President) or x
                     (47 secretary/treasurer) or x (27/per social chair).


                     Note: .54 used for single social chair in formula


DISSOLUTION OF COUNCIL


       The voting members of Council may, at any time by simple majority vote, dissolve
themselves and call for new elections within two weeks of the dissolution vote.
OR




       The House, upon approval of 66 percent plus one of the residents, either in a
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general House meeting or upon written request, may force the resignation of the voting
members.


        The wing, upon approval of 66 percent plus one of the wing residents, either in a
wing meeting or upon written request, may force the resignation of a wing representative.


        The House, upon approval of 66 percent plus one of the residents, either in a
general House meeting or upon written request, may force the resignation of the House
President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer and/or the Social Chair.         The call for
election of a new House President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, or Social Chair
shall be within two weeks of the forced resignation.


        The Council may, at any time by a simple majority of vote, dissolve the Judicial or
Appeals Committees or force the resignation of any members therein, provided just cause is
submitted. A call for new applications shall be within two weeks of the dissolution vote.




                                 CAMPBELL HALL BY-LAWS


The document of May 1989, entitled Policies and Procedures for Student Governance by
the Board/Senate Committee on Student Discipline provides for the establishment of a
Constitution and By-Laws for each residence of more than 24 students.


All offences not specifically reserved to the House Judicial Committee will normally be heard
by the University Judicial Committee.


NOTE:        Students are not protected from municipal, provincial or federal statues.


   A. Offences to be heard by the University Judicial Committee:


        1.      Theft of University property.
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         2.     Deliberate or negligent damage of University property.

         3.     Misuse or abuse of fire equipment and fire alarms.

         4.     Unauthorized possession or misuse of keys.

         5.     Deliberate or negligent breakage of glass including bottles.

         6.     Unlicensed parties.

         7.     Any form of harassment, assault or threats.

         8.     Drug offences.

         9.     Conduct detrimental to the good order of the University.

         10.    Failure to comply with the directives of an authorized University Official acting in
                an official capacity.


  B.     Offences specifically reserved for House Judicial Committee:


         If a student’s first charge is for quiet hours, for smoking in the House, for throwing
         of snowballs within or at the House, or for any other offence subject to House
         discipline with a minimum fine of $15 and there is no dispute over the charge, then
         the fine is a summary one (i.e. no hearing necessary). For summary offences the
         Monitor will give a copy of the fine notice to the charged student, the House Judicial
         Chair, the Dons and the Secretary-Treasurer.            If there is disagreement, the
         defendant must indicate so to the Judicial Committee within 72 hours. The case will
         be         heard         in        House           Judicial.                 If        the
       charge is for any other offence or if it is a second offence for any of the charges the
       case is then heard by the Judicial Committee. Second offences may receive more
       than the minimum.


Campbell Hall By-Laws (continued)
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1.   Quiet hours will be enforced as follows:
     Sundays - 2:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
     Weekdays - 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m.
     Saturdays - 2:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


     All hours are consideration hours.


2.   i.      Residents are financially accountable for their own conduct and that of their
             guests within the House.
             a.     Residents are subject to a hearing before the University Judicial Committee
                    for damage to University owned property by the residents or their guests.
             b.     Damage by residents or their guests to the House owned property is subject to
                    a Hearing of the House Judicial Committee.
     ii.     If damage to Campbell property occurs, the individual(s) are responsible for
             replacing any object that is damaged, as restitution.
     iii.    A minimum fine of $20, up to a maximum of $50 can be imposed upon the
             individual(s) as determined by the House Council for damage to House
             property.


3.   The throwing of snowballs within or at the House is a House offence subject to a $15
     fine.
4.   Any misuse of any House facility will constitute a charge which can be made by any
     resident. (Kitchens, hallways, and washrooms, etc.)
5.   Smoking is prohibited in the House. The fine will be $25 with increments of $10 for
     every next smoking offence.
6.   The residence Monitors have the authority to levy summary fines up to $15 for any
     offence subject to Discipline.
     A.     All fines must be paid within one week to the House Secretary/ Treasurer, if not
            appealing the fine.
     B.     If summary fines are disputed, the case will be heard by the Judicial Committee.
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7.       i      For abuse of quiet hours and House facilities the following fines are in effect:
                        1st offence - $15
                        2nd offence - $30
                        3rd offence - $45
         i.     Exam period quiet hours will be enforced at least 21 hours a day with at least one
                relaxed hour. Any extra relaxed hours are at the discretion of the Dons and Assistant
                Dons and can be changed by them (collectively) at any time.
         ii.    All residents are subject to a vomit clean up, or babysitting fee of $25 administered
                by the Don. A resident or monitor will receive money from the fee under the
                direction of the Don(s).

         iii.   Should you lock your suite-mate out of the bathroom, you are subject to a $2
                awareness fine. At the discretion of the monitor.

         iv.
         v.     Should a monitor need to turn off a beeping alarm clock, you are subject to a $2
                awareness fine (i.e. alarm is beeping while you are not present in room) At the
                discretion of the monitor.


      8. Any other incident which is not covered by these By-Laws, which clearly falls within the
         jurisdiction of the House Judicial Committee and which is considered to be other than
         in the best interests of the House constitutes an offence and shall be reported to the
         Chairperson of the Judicial Committee.


      9. Refusal to pay House fees by October 15th, unless alternate arrangements have been
         made with the Secretary/Treasurer, is an offence. The penalty is payment of $10
         month overdue as well as no attendance at House functions until fees are paid in full.


10.      If a resident moves out/in of Campbell Hall he/she shall have the following amounts
         of their House fees returned/charged:


         Move                                 Refund                         Payment
         until September 30                   $80                            full fees
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      October 1 - October 31               $70                          $80
      November 1 - November 30             $60                          $70
      December 1 - December 31 $50                               $60
      January 1 - January 31               $40                          $50
      February 1 - February 28/29          $30                          $40
      March 1 - March 31                   $20                          $30
      April - end of year                  no refund                    $20
      The percentages refer to the total amount of the original House fee.


11.   Banging or knocking on any outer doors or windows is subject to a $25 fine.


12.   All fines must be paid by one week past the date of notification. Failure to do so will
      result in an additional $10 fine unless an appeal has been filed.
      A.      Appeals of summary fines must be filed within three days of the date on which the
              offender is informed of the alleged offence. Appeals of the decisions at House
              Judicial must be filed within three days of the rendering of a guilty verdict.
13.   Monitors must be informed by residents if they are having an overnight guest by
      completing and overnight request form & having it approved by House Staff at least 48
      hours in advance of visit.
      a.     Overnight guests are permitted to stay for a maximum of three days, or is
             subject to Don's approval.


14.   Liquor may not be consumed in hallways and stairways when these areas are
      unlicensed.
15.   Liquor may only be transported through hallways by a resident if its container is closed
      or its opening is covered by their hand.
16.   Only plastic containers or cans are permitted in hallways, stairways, and in other
      common areas.
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CHARGING


    Any resident of Campbell Hall has the right to charge another individual who violates a
    Campbell by-law. These Charges can be brought to the attention of the Don(s), or
    Judicial Chairperson.

				
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