2 edition of Constitution and by-laws of the Society of Naturalists of the Eastern United States, 1883. found in the catalog.
Constitution and by-laws of the Society of Naturalists of the Eastern United States, 1883.
American Society of Naturalists.
in [Williamstown? Mass.?
Written in English
Accompanied by a circular letter (1 l.)
|LC Classifications||QH1 .A553|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||ca 05002407|
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Section 1. This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by a majority vote of the members present at an Annual Meeting or at a Special Meeting.
The Constitution and By-Laws may also be amended by mail or electronic ballot provided that a proposed amendment is approved by a.
ordered to be appointed by the President to revise the Constitution and By-Laws of the Society. The said Committee was subsequently appointed by the President, and after several meetings its report was submitted and the revised Constitution and By-Laws read for the first time at the regular meeting of the Society on January 7, Amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws may be made by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the membership in attendance at a regular or special meeting of the Society.
Section 3. The proposed amendment shall be given in writing to each member at least ten (10) days prior to voting on same. Constitution and by-laws of the Chicago temperance alliance with the names of officers and committees, and the address of the executive committee for (Chicago, Metropolitan Printing Co., ), by Chicago Temperance Alliance (page images at HathiTrust) Constitution and by-laws of the City Club, with members names [electronic resource].
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SECTION 3. District Constitution and Bylaws Each District Council shall be governed by its own Constitution and Bylaws and have such autonomy as is consistent with the Constitution, Bylaws, and the policies and programs of the National organization.
The presiding officer of each District Council shall be the Governor. SECTION 4. CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS Article V. section 1. Amendments to the constitution may be proposed by ten (r0) or more feilows who shall submit such amendments to the Council for presentation to the fellowship of the Society according to Article.
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