1st. No motion can be made for the removal of a Lodge, in the absence of' the Master. But if a motion be made while he is present, for moving the Lodge to some other more convenient place, within the district assigned by the Charter; and the said motion be seconded and thirded, the Master shall order summonses to every individual member of the Lodge, specifying the business, and appointing a time, not less than ten days distant, for discussing and determining thereon. And if on the ultimate vote, the Master is not of the  majority, the Lodge shall not be removed, unless two thirds of the members present vote for such removal.
2d. But if the Master refuse to direct such summonses to be issued, then either of the Wardens may authorize the same; and if the Master neglects to attend on the day therein appointed, the Lodge may, under the direction of the Warden, proceed to a decision.
3d. If the Lodge thus regularly decide on
a removal, the Master or Warden shall send notice to the Grand
Secretary, that such removal may be recorded in the books of the
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