Detailed Enforcement Regulations

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Detailed Enforcement Regulations


Detailed Enforcement Regulations No. 1 of the Articles of Association
of the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology,
a general incorporated association (Admission Rules)


(Application)
Article 1. These Rules shall stipulate the conditions and procedures for admission to the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology, a general incorporated association (hereinafter the “Association”), in addition to matters with regard to Article 8 of these Articles of Association, as follows.

(Eligibility)
Article 2. Persons eligible for admission to the Association as regular members pursuant to the provision of Article 8 of these Articles of Association shall belong to one of the following categories.
(1) medical doctors or dentists who possess knowledge and experience with regard to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer;
(2) researchers who possess knowledge and expertise in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer and hold bachelors, masters, or Ph.D. degrees (in Medicine, Science, Pharmacology, or the like);
(3) persons who possess medical-related qualifications (nurse licenses or the like) and knowledge and experience with regard to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer

(Procedures for regular members)
Article 3. Persons who desire to become regular members of the Association shall fill in all required items in the Admission Application (Form No. 1), execute the application with a signature or seal, and submit the form to the office of the Association with fees for the current fiscal year; provided, however, that such persons can omit such signature or seal if they take online admission procedures via the designated pages of the Association’s website.
2. An Admission Recommendation with a signature or seal by a Delegate, honorary member, or distinguished member of the Association shall be attached to the Admission Application in the preceding paragraph; provided, however, that a signature or seal by a presenter can be omitted if such recommendation is made online via the designated pages of the Association’s website.
3. Upon making an admission application, regular members shall register one of the special departments prescribed in the Detailed Enforcement Regulations No. 13 (Rules on the Establishment or Abolition of Special Departments) as a special department to which they belong.

(Procedures for supporting members)
Article 4. Persons who desire to become supporting members of the Association shall fill in all required items in the Admission Application (Form No. 2), execute the application with a signature or seal, and submit the form to the office of the Association with fees for the current fiscal year.

(Amendments of these Rules)
Article 5. These Rules can be amended based on a resolution by the Board of Directors and the General Meeting.

Supplementary Provisions


These Rules shall be effective as of January 5, 2009.



Detailed Enforcement Regulations No. 2 of the Articles of Association
of the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology,
a general incorporated association (Membership Fees Rules)

(Application)
Article 1. These Rules shall stipulate the matters with regard to membership fees for the Japan Society of Clinical Oncology, a general incorporated association (hereinafter as the "Association"), in addition to the matters with regard to Article 9 of these Articles of Association, as follows.

(Fees)
Article 2. Membership fees for regular members of the Association shall be as follows:
(1) those who have not yet been members of the Association for five (5) fiscal years from the date of admission 10,000 yen per year
(2) those who have been members of the Association for five (5) fiscal years from the date of admission 12,000 yen per year
(3) Delegates 15,000 yen per year
2. Annual fees for supporting members of the Association shall be 50,000 yen or more per account.

(Payment rules)
Article 3. Annual membership fees shall be paid in full during the current fiscal year. 2. Annual membership fees cannot be paid in fractional amounts.

(Treatment for fee delinquents)
Article 4. If a member has failed to pay any fees for the preceding fiscal year, he or she shall not receive the bulletin from the Association until the membership fees in arrears are paid in full.
2. If a regular member has failed to pay fees for both the preceding and current fiscal year, the Association can cancel his or her eligibility for membership pursuant to the provision of Article 10 of these Articles of Association, as follows.
(1) After the end of the current fiscal year, the Association shall notify such member by one (1) week before the date of the next General Meeting when the cancellation of eligibility for membership is scheduled to be resolved, after the Association reports the same to the next Board of Directors to be held.
(2) The Association shall cancel the member’s eligibility for membership based on a resolution by the General Meeting, except in cases where fees in arrears are paid in full after the measures in the preceding paragraph, or when such member expresses apologies in writing or in person before the General Meeting and such apologies are determined to be proper.
(3) If a person who has lost his or her eligibility for membership under the preceding item seeks reinstatement, the Association can approve that person’s reinstatement as a regular member if the lost eligibility for one (1) year or less and the membership fees in arrears and membership fees incurred during the period of loss of eligibility are paid. Such person shall be deemed to have remained a member during the period of loss of eligibility for membership, up to the present. In this case, such person shall take admission procedures pursuant to the provision of Article 3 of Detailed Enforcement Regulations No. 1 (Admission Rules) of these Articles of Association.

(Amendment of these Rules)
Article 5. These Rules can be amended based on a resolution by the Board of Directors and the General Meeting.


Supplementary Provisions


These Rules shall be effective as of January 5, 2009.