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By Ted | July 19, 2004

With several important cases before the courts, the International Hempology 101 Society
has decided to issue $25 CANNABONDS to pay for lawyer fees and other society expenses.
Each CANNABOND will be exchanged by the society for 7 grams (¼ oz) of quality cannabis 3 months after the cultivation, trafficking and possession of cannabis laws are
permanently struck down by the Supreme Court of Canada or the activities are legalized by the federal government. A membership to the society is also available with each
CANNABOND purchase.

You can purchase CANNABONDS online using the form below.

Purchase a Cannabond Online

Quantity:1 Cannabond ($25)
2 Cannabonds ($50)
3 Cannabonds ($75)
4 Cannabonds ($100)
5 Cannabonds ($125)
10 Cannabonds ($250)I am not a member of the International Hempology 101 Society.

I am a member of the International Hempology 101 Society.
My membership number is:


After clicking on the “Click here to purchase a CANNABOND” button, you will be forwarded to the website of PayPal, our payment
processor to provide payment and shipping details. Once payment is received, we will send you by mail a Cannabond Agreement and a postage-paid envelope.
If you are not a member of the International Hempology 101 Society, your package will also include an official membership card. Sign the agreement, place
it in the envelope, and mail it back to the society; once we receive the signed agreement, we will mail you your Cannabond Certificate of Purchase.

You can also purchase CANNABONDS in person at the Cannabis Buyers’ Clubs of Canada’s Victoria, BC location at
826 Johnson Street, or through the mail by cheque. Make cheques payable to “International Hempology 101 Society”, and mail to:

826 Johnson Street

Victoria, B.C.



Thanks for your support!

Why we are pooling together funds with CANNABONDS:

On Monday, February 17th, the trial of Colby Budda begins and with him will be judged the activities of the Cannabis Buyers Clubs of Canada. Last June, Victoria
police raided the Johnson St. storefront where the Cannabis Buyers Clubs of Canada headquarters helps people with incurable medical problems. This was the fourth search and
seizure within 6 months resulting in several charges being laid against Colby Budda and club founder, Leon Ted Smith. Police took over $30,000 in cannabis, equipment, computers
and cash in the raids.

Despite four police raids, the Cannabis Buyers Clubs of Canada has never been closed for a full day since openning the doors on Johnson Street. The club currently has about
1,200 members with other networks in Parksville/Coombs, BC, and Halifax, NS.

The CANNABONDS will provide funds for legal fees for the current trial of Colby, the trial of Scott Johnstone and Ryan Fink, and the future constitutional challenge by
society founder Ted Smith.

After being arrested for allegedly sharing pot cookies and joints in November of 2000, Ted was granted a constitutional trial based upon the arbitrary and unreasonable nature
of the trafficking laws. After being arrested at the Cannabis Buyers Clubs of Canada head office in two of the raids last year, Ted now faces a total of 6 trafficking-related
charges with a total maximum penalty of 30 years in jail. It is estimated that if Ted fights all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada, the legal costs will be at least
$10,000. Investing in a $25 CANNABOND will be an easy way for people to help defeat the trafficking laws and support a medical cannabis group, while also recieveing a
lifetime membership to a proven non-profit society.

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