Boy Scouts of the Philippines Law

«(b) The Regional Presidents of the Scout Regions, elected by the representatives of all the Local Scout Councils of the Region at their meeting, called for the following purposes: provided that a candidate for the post of Regional President is not necessarily President of a local Scout Council;» § 3. Any violation of any of the provisions of Article 7 and this Section shall be punishable, at the discretion of the court, by a fine of at least ten thousand pesos (P10,000.00) or more than one hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) or more than one hundred thousand pesos (P100,000.00) or both, provided that, in the case of companies, of partnerships, associations, companies or companies, the manager, director or person responsible for the management or administration of the company is criminally liable for such a breach. Such sanctions shall be without prejudice to the appropriate civil action for compensation for civil damage, which may be brought jointly with or independently of the prosecution. (d) The presidents and commissioners of all local Scout Councils; and Home > About BSA > FAQ > What is the Scout Oath and the Scout Law? In 1960, PASB began to indigenize its Scout programs. This year, the Cub Scout program was redesigned to replace American symbols (e.g., Bobcat, Bear Cub, Wolf Cub, Lion cub) with Filipino motifs (e.g., Kawan, Mother Usa, Chief Usa, Young Usa, Lauan, Molave, Narra, Leaping Usa). A year later, the Scout program was revamped to replace American symbols (e.g., eagles) with Filipino motifs (e.g., Maginoo, Jose Rizal). The investiture of the Scout is intentionally transformed into a kind of ceremony, because a small ritual of this kind, when performed with strict solemnity, impresses the boy; Given the great importance of the occasion, it is right that he feels as impressed as possible. Secondly, it is of great importance that the Scout regularly renews his knowledge of the law. Boys tend to be forgetful, and it should never be allowed that a boy who has made his solemn promise to apply the Scout Law can never say what the law is. In everything you do, you promise to do your best.

If something worth doing is worth doing, it`s worth doing, it`s worth doing, it`s worth doing well. Doing your best is your personal challenge. Always strive to do your best in everything you do. (d) Establish standing committees and appoint the Chairperson and its members from among them with the consent of a majority of the Entire Bureau. These standing committees exercise the powers permitted by the statutes; A scout is obedient. A Scout follows the rules of his family, his school and his troop. He obeys the laws of his community and his country. If he thinks these rules and laws are unfair, he tries to change them in an orderly way instead of not following them. «Vacant seats on the National Executive Board shall be filled by a majority of the remaining members, and that elected member shall be elected only for the term which has not yet expired. A scout is clean. A scout keeps his body and mind fit and clean.

He walks with those who believe in living according to the same ideals. He helps keep his home and community clean. In 1954, the first BSP National Scout Jamboree was held in Rolling Hills, Balara, Quezon City. Dr Mariano Villarama de Los Santos served on the World Scout Committee as the first Filipino member from 1957 to 1959. In 1959, the 10th World Scout Jamboree was held in the National Scout Reserve of the University of the Philippines, Los Baños, at the foot of Mount Makiling in Laguna Province. It was the first World Scout Jamboree outside of Europe and Canada. The Scout Law has 12 points. Everyone is a goal for every Scout. A Scout tries to respect the law every day.

It`s not always easy, but a scout always tries. Once the Scout has understood what his honor is and has been honored by his initiation, the troop leader must trust him completely to do things. You must show him by your action that you think he is a responsible person. Give him responsibility for something, whether temporary or permanent, and expect him to do his job faithfully. Feel free to see how he does it. Let him do it his way, let him meet a howler if necessary, but leave him definitely alone and trust that he will do his best. Trust should be the basis of all moral formation. (a) members of the National Executive Board; We who belong to the Scout movement believe in God.

We cannot all worship Him in the same way, but we are one in our faith and belief that He is the Supreme Being, our Lord and Master. To fulfill your duty to God, you must worship Him and follow His teachings according to your own religious beliefs. You will find happiness in life if you faithfully do your duty to God. «(c) the Secretary for Education, Culture and Sports; The qualifications, mandates and procedures for the election of the above-mentioned members of the National Council shall be defined in the internal regulations of the Society. «The National President of the Corporation shall preside over the meetings of the National Council.» (e) Other duly accredited delegates of the Local Scout Councils, as provided for in the Statutes. In 1970, Senior Scouting was officially launched as part of the BSP programme. It has three sections: air (gray uniform), land (dark green) and sea (white). In 1971, Ambassador Antonio C. Delgado was elected President of the World Scout Conference, becoming the first Filipino to hold the position. In 1972, the number of BSP members reached the one million mark nationwide. We, the sovereign Filipino people, implore Almighty God to help us build a just and humane society and establish a government that embodies our ideals and aspirations, promotes the common good, preserves and develops our heritage, and assures us and our descendants of the blessings of independence and democracy under the rule of law and a regime of truth. Justice, freedom, love, equality and peace, order and proclaim this Constitution.

«§ 5. The governing body of the said society consists of a National Executive Council, whose members are Filipino citizens of good character. The Board of Directors is composed as follows: POLITE. Be polite to everyone and always use good manners. «(a) Exemption from income tax under article 26 (e), (g) and (h) of the National Tax Code, as amended;» Article 7. The Company established by this Act assumes and has the unique and exclusive right to use distinctive titles, emblems, descriptive or design trademarks, words and phrases, insignia, uniforms and insignia for Scouts of the Philippines in the conduct of its program in accordance with the purposes of this Act, and which are published in the Official Gazette or in a newspaper with a general circulation in the Philippines. The year 2014 marks the hundredth anniversary of the Lorillard Spencer troupe, the first official force on the islands (1914-2014).