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who have to start the ball rolling, by filing a simple form with the Societies Act that closes your 'not for profit society' and at the same time open 2 new Co-ops. . !he assets of the not for profit society are transferred to co-op dispensary to be disbursed, and on this "ust as# your accountant$ they will confirm that this is very easy. It's a 2 to % wee# process to set-up the infrastructure, and the actual change from being a society to a co-op is over night 2. !he management of the old dispensary form a provincial Co-op Agency that invites all their members to "oin it. !his new Co-op Agency then contracts with the new Co-op &ispensary and there is no reason that this contract cannot hold all #inds of uni'ue features, or be really basic. - As long as this agreement contains a financial stipulation, where the Co-op Agency implements our (&A Agency's prescribed boo#-#eeping structures that are there in order to legally pay a sales ta). %. !hese Co-op Agency directors, enter into a very simple contract with our (&A Agency that outlines how the cash-flow of the Co-ops needs to be structured, in order to conform with what our (&A needs, to legally collect and remit a sales ta) that is actually paid by the members of their Agency. . CA*(A!+ ,nder -C Co-op laws, these members are not re'uired by law to be a .ari"uana /arty member 0or1 become a member 2agent of our 3uadra (&A. A4& fran#ly, under 5reedom of ()pression we can attract people, to participate in a political association. 6e actually don't want to 7and cannot8 force anyone to see# 'private individual rights' who is not politically motivated to do so. -ecause as soon as a provincial Co-op Agency enters into contract with our (&A Agency, means all its members have all the rights of an ordinary resident, who is really benefiting from having a ways and means to pay a sales ta) on their goods and services under the Societies Act, . A4& our (&A is enabled to collect and remit a sales ta) for the members, by this member directly being their own agent or indirectly opening a debit card account in our (&A pool. 2. !his notion of using our (&A pool to transfer money is constitutionally bullet-proof, because the very reason for a political party to e)ist is to protect human beings from being screwed . %. !he e)press function and purpose of an (&A pool is to protect our .ari"uana /arty beliefs, which are actually Constitutionally protected by being our RUBRIC under the (lections Act 9. At st, the City simply cannot collect a sales ta) without these funds going thru our (&A pool. :. !he legal ways and means to protecting the City are created by using this pool, because it guarantees that the City is free and clear from all #inds of liability, under 5reedom of Contract 9. !his Co-op Agency then enters into a financial contracts with this new Co-op &ispensary, on behalf of the Agency's members. !his contract is very simple$ it simply authori;es our (&A to create a paper trail that allows the provincial Co-op Agency to pay a sales ta) on the goods and services that the Co-op &ispensary provides, when any provincial member 2agent prescribes them to do so. . A4& the easiest way to show how the prescribed paper trail is structured, is to go thru the hoops that a member does to get his goods and services from this &ispensary. . 6hen a member enters this Co-op dispensary, they first go to the cashier 2teller 2cler#. 2. !his person is actually paid by our (&A, and they accept a deposit and enter these funds into this member's account that are being electronically transferred thru our (&A pool. . 7sidebar8 !his function of depositing money into their (&A account can be accomplished by a machine that swallows cash and loads a debit card account automatically, - 7-,! for this article, we will stic# to human beings being the cashier 2teller 2cler#8 2. !his (&A cler# comes in and has a standard float, and they now open the computer cash register, and they are now open for business. 7for e)ample8 A member gives this cler# < ==. . !his member goes to ne)t room2counter and prescribes goods and services from the Co-op &ispensary, and this transfer of goods is done on a >ogitec electronic tablet 7"ust li#e ,/S8 2. !he dispenser enters their account number and this prescriber now sees < == in the account. . !his &ispensary's tablet simply is a form that has the title /?(SC?I/!I@4 as the header. %. !he dispenser then gives the member 'their prescribed goods' and the member signs this prescription. 7for e)ample8 let's say to purchase <A=. of goods 7note+ no cash was transferred8 9. !he member now goes to the cashier and gets < . bac#, as change 7<A= B <A. ta) C <AA.8 A4& this 'teller' gives them a receipt, showing that the sales ta) was paid thru our Agency
. If the deposit was made by an electronic machine means the members cannot collect the < . at that time 7if there is no cashier 2teller8 !his < will simply be a balance on account. 2. At the end of that cashier's day, an @fficer of the Co-op &ispensary and the cashier agrees that the total that they need for that day's 2shift's transaction are the same. %. @ur (&A cashier signs off and the Co-op @fficer on duty signs-off, on a designated electric tablet, and this form called ?(/@?! authori;es the teller to deposit the funds into our (&A pool, and issues a payment directly to the Co-op &ispensary's ban# account that come from fungible funds that are already in this (&A pool. 9. !his payment, then needs to be verified by a corporation called our 3uadra Chief Agent, 7who is actually a certified and bonded agent 2Agency that is accountable8 and authori;es the transfer of funds from our pool 5. !hat day's lump sum total is electronically transferred to the Co-op &ispensary's ban# account, within a few hours, and the City's funds are placed in an escrow account 7for e)ample8, until remitted. 1. !hat's it+ As far as the members are concerned, they're no negatively impacted, by the changes CAVEAT ON THIS [outlining !"u#it$ "on"!#n o% !lling goo& 'it(out )l! t)* +!ing ,)i&] D. !his financial structure creates the reality !EA!+ the only way the Co-op &ispensary can be paid is thru an (&A debit card account. In other words, the &ispenser cannot ta#e cash for cannabis, because by definition the sales ta) is not being paid for this transaction, therefore it's contraband. . 5ran#ly this means 7"ust li#e selling li'uor to minors8 it's very easy to set up and randomly monitor the ethics of any employee of a &ispensary, or the grower who supplies the dispensary members . A4& the bottom line criteria of this financial structure that occurs automatically from using our debit card account is basically !EIS+ if any cannabis is paid for with cash, then it's traffic#ing 2. !his means the &ispensary can only pay the grower by che'ue or ban# transfer. !herefore this grower needs to be incorporated and therefore meet the basic fire code re'uirements of the old ..A? or ../? program 7for e)ample8 4@!(+ not 'all' the old ..A? 2../? re'uirements. %. ,nder the Co-op Act, a Co-op &ispensary can enter into contract with be "ust a regular business, and the Co-op Act can facilitate groups of growers that supply groups of dispensaries under an agricultural Co-op structure 7either for one (&A, or 0in theory1, as big as a provincial 6eed /ool8 ON SECURITY CONCERNS BETWEEN THE DISPENSARIES AND THE GROWERSF. In order to get goods for their members from a secure source means the &ispensary needs to limit its' purchases of goods to contract-growers, and fran#ly it's to the mutual benefit of the &ispensary and the Grower to have a 'long term intent to do business agreement'. !his is especially important to the grower, who actually has 2. 22 crop cycles in flow in his grow-op,at any given time, and this contract is a valid ways and means of showing a need for growing that many plants H. 5or all intents and purposes, the &ispensaries are now only getting their goods from ..A? growers, and this old ..A? grower needs this contract-grower contract and these receipts to prove that they only sell to a &ispensary 0or1 &ispensaries that are structured to "ust be prescribers. A4& in law this means the grower is also "ust a prescriber, and that's protected by being a Sec Charter right. . 6ithout this contract these totally respectful old ..A? growers are 'sitting ducks' because they are presently, by definition, classified as 'those classes of persons' under s-55 of the CDSA'. 2. -asically until these old ..A? growers can prove otherwise, they are all guilty until proven innocent, because without a contract with a recogni;ed Co-op &ispensary, these growers simply cannot prove that all that cannabis is going to a dispensary that is covered 7without such a contract structure in place8 7that we are providing - thru our members and registered agents8 . A4& fran#ly the only way, the individuals who wor# at a dispensary or at a grow-op can fully sha#e off the label of being 'those classes of persons' under s-55 of the CDSA, is by becoming a #!gi t!#!& %!&!#)l )g!nt. of our .ari"uana /arty (&A. 7in *ancouver's case8 2. ON THIS, again, we can't force anyone to become a registered federal agent for our (&A 3. -,! fran#ly it's the best protection any of our industry providers can get. (specially for old ..A? and ../? providers, because you're all 'sitting ducks' because by definition, you are already registered as those classes of persons, under s-55 of the CDSA that are scheduled for destruction$ A4& there really is no other way to fully escape the branding that you need to sha#e off, without being fully protected, by being one of our registered federal (&A agents
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