An assembly has the right to protect itself from annoyance by nonmembers, and its full authority in this regard can be exercised by the chair acting alone. The chair has the power to require nonmembers to leave the hall, or to order their removal, at any time during the meeting; and the nonmembers have no right to appeal from such an order of the presiding officer. However, such an order may be appealed by a member. RONR (11th ed.), p. 648, ll 14 - 22
Chief escorts citizen out of a meeting for being disorderly.