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Journal ol the Australian Naval Institute — Page 5

and members of the active elements of the RAN Reserve Details of the proposal have been circulated recently to all regular members and a Special General meeting will be held on 19 February 1982 to consider the proposed necessary amendments to the Constitution. At the conclusion of this report. I will read brief outlines of considerations for and against the proposal. They will be printed in the November Journal along with this Report.

Before concluding, it would be appropriate to mention that the ANI silver medal was presented to Lieutenant Commander Philip McGuire and Lieutenant Paul Johnson, students of the RAN Staff College, for the best essay on maritime strategy. Also, there have been suggestions in recent years that an ANI tie should be adced to the insignia available for purchase by members. In the Journal, the Secretary has called for suggested designs.

In summary, 1980-81 has been another year of good progess for the Institute highlighted by the Seminar Seapower 81'. May I in conclusion express, on my own behalf and on behalf of the members, sincere appreciation to all councillors for their valuable contribution and time given to the well-being and advancemenl of the Institute May I also express your council's appreciation for the valuable and increasing support of all members which continues to auger well for the future.

ANI — PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE

Salient factors for and against the proposal to extend Regular Membership to members of the Citizen Naval Forces/Australian Naval Reserve engaged in full-time service and members of the active elements of the RAN Reserve are seen to be:

For:

  • the inclusion of actve Reservists as full members would be consistent with the main objectives of the ANI listed in its Constitution:

  • the scope for ANI membership development would be widened;

  • access to a wider range of beneficial skills and resources through widened membership and potential for council membership would be facilitated;

  • any suggestion that ANI membership rules are discriminatory, or that Reserve Personnel are less able to support the objectives of the Institute would be dispelled;

  • the potential for the Institute to be identified as a PNF lobby group would be reduced,

  • it would obviate the need for a change of membership status for serving PNF personnel when they leave the Service; and

  • the present anormaly whereby Reserve personnel carrying out full-time service in the RAN are not granted the same membership status as their PNF counterpart would be overcome.

Against:

it would change the basic features of the Institute that make it uniquely different from other


bodies with related interests, by which:

  • the founders intended to preserve the basic character of the Institute and its currency of association with the contemporary navy.

  • the Institute's administration is assured of continuous rejuvenation (due to the posting process); and when




  • the growth and achievement of the Institute to date have clearly indicated the policies and judgement of its founders;

  • it would not substantially increase the ability of non Regular members to enhance the Institute, its proceedings and administration;

  • it would merely remove one form of discrimination which favours members of the Permanent Naval Forces and replace it with another;

  • it would establish a precedent facilitating further changes to the Institute, the effects of which cannot be foreseen.

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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

AUSTRALIAN NAVAL INSTITUTE

AUDITED ACCOUNTS

FOR THE 12 MONTHS ENDED 30 SEPTEMBER 1981

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 30 SEPTEMBER 1981

ACCUMULATED FUNDS

ASSETS


Balance as at 1 10 80

5.059.81

Sundry Debtors

Add Surplus (Deficiency) for the Year

6.544 47

Commonwealth Bonds




11.604.28

Cash at Bank Slock on Hand

LIABILITIES




Insignia

Subscnptions in Advance 1980/1981 1981/1982

604 00

Medals Medal Die Advance — See Power 81

1982/1983

45 00




1983/1984

1500




After 1984

75.00




Sundry Creditors

2.329 52 $14.67280




2.054.20 4.500 00

6.713.66

1.064 50

33944

1 00

$14,672.80

NOTE: $5,500 00 ol the Cash ai Bank as at 30 September. 1981 was invested in Commonwealth Bonds Series 19 on 20 October, 1981

INSIGNIA AND MEDAL TRADING ACCOUNT

INSIGNIA

Stock on Hand

284 00

at 1 October. 1980




Purchases

1.415.00

Profit

115.30




$1,814 30

MEDALS




Stock on Hand 30 9 80

386 07

Purchases



Sales

Stock on Hand at 30.9 81

Presentations

Stock on Hand 30 9 81

749 80 1.064 50

$1,814.30

46 63 339 44


$386 07

$386 07

JOURNAL OPERATING ACCOUNT

EXPENDITURE

Printing November. 1980

Printing February. 1981

Printing May. 1981

Printing August. 1981

War Memorial Photos

Cartoon

Postage

Prizes

Reprint Vol 1 No 1

INCOME

1.577.00

Journal Sales

1.707.00

Journal Subscriptions

1.770 00

Advertising

1,833.00




1800




23 13

Nel Operating cosl

340.00

Translerred lo Income

95.00

and Expenditure Account

336.00




$7.699 13




268 70

717.47

2,350 14

4.362 82

$7 699 13

Journal ol the Australian Naval Institute — Page 7

INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT

EXPENDITURE

Journal Costs

Postage

Audit Fee

Company Fee

Donation to Legacy

Advertising

Stationery

Engraving

Expenses Chapter Speakers

Library Additions

Bank charges

Depreciation

Presentation Medals

Surplusr(Deficiency) to Accumulated Funds

EXPENDITURE

Advertising

Postage

Theatre Setups

Stationery

Theatre Hire

Fares

Bank/Bankcard charges

Telephone Calls

Entertainment

Catering

Proceedings printing

Proceedings Distribution

Presentations

Surplus Transferred to Income & Expenditure Account

INCOME

4.362 82

Seapower 81 Surplus

5.86546

178.49

Insignia Trading

115 30

90 00

Joining Fees

460 00

4.00

Subscriptions

5.469 85

100 00

Interest

437 35

2185

Donation

5.05

554 48

Speaker costs — Reimbursement



8.95







500







44 52







39180







46 63







S5.808 54







6.54447







$1235301




$12.35301

SEAPOWER 81 ACCOUNT







INCOME




143 20

Subscriptions — Members

5.568 00

243 11

Industry

11.870 00

20985

Private

3,972 00

1.776.15

Donations

620 42

407 00

Meals

82 00

6.221 90

Proceedings Sales

425 00

99 49

Proceedings Advertising

4.970 00

76 58

Interest

144 82

352 85

Excess cash taken by Insignia Seller

1.00

6.304.60

Refund of stamp duty on unused cheque

.05

5.642 20







201 90







109 00







5.86546







$27,653 29




$27,653 29

AUDITORS REPORT




6th November. 1981

The President,

The Australian Naval Institute Inc..

P O Box 18.

DEAKIN ACT 2600

Dear Sir.

Please find attached an Income and Expendilure Accouni. Statemeni ol Receipts and Payments and Balance Sheet of the Institute which related to the twelve months ended 30th September. 1981

In my opinion the attached accounts are properly drawn up so as to give a true and fair view of the state ot affairs ot the Institute

The rules relating to the adm mistral ion ol the lunds ol the Institute have been observed

All information required by me has been obtained

Yours faithfully.

P O REIS AASA

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