A purple rosette three inches in diameter, with black velvet
centre of two inches, with G. C, and one-half-inch blue border
(ribbon), to be worn as a badge of mourning by Grand Courts on
tbe occasion of attending funerals.
The following rosette shall be worn by members in lieu of
otaer regalia, viz.: Hound blue rosette, black, flat centre, one
ai.d one-half inches in diameter, with white metal struck up, or
silver embroidered escutcheon, surrounded by two rows of quilted
half-inch black satin ribbon, the joint made by the ribbon join¬
ing the centre of the rosette, to be covered with one-quarter line
silver braid, the completed rosette to be three inches in diameter.
suspended from the underside of the rosette a white silk ribbon
two and one-half inches long, and four and one-half inches long,
with name and number of Court, and the letters I. O. O. C,
printed upon it in black, the white ribbon t© be covered with
By Past Counselors—The same as for members but gilt es¬
For Officers—The same as for members, but substitute the em¬
blem of their offices for the escutcheon in centre of rosette.
0R0ER GF- PR0GESSI6N.
When th» Order attends a funeral, the line of march shall be
taken up in the following order :
1. The Worthy Protector bearing a baton covered with black
'■rape, followed by members.
z. The Worthy Herald bearing baton same as Protector, fol¬
low i.-d by Worthy Register of Deeds, Register of Accounts, Ite-
i-eiver of Deposits, Senior and Junior Directors.
:;. Worthy Escort, supported by Worthy Conductress, Worthy
.\>>istant Conductress, followed by Wjrthy Counselor, Worthy
]L-:'ector and Worthy Inspectress.
4. Worthy Orator, supported by two Past Worthy Counselors.
.". Past Counselors and Past Grand Counselors.