Constitution and By-laws of the International Garden Club

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The Club, 1915 - Gardening - 76 pages
 

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Page 67 - York, and having its principal office and place of business in the Borough of Manhattan, City, County and State of New York (herein called the "Association").
Page 72 - June, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty, before me personally came and appeared George Bell, Frederic C. Bartlett and Gilbert T. Sewall to me known and known to me to be the individuals described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and they severally acknowledged to me that they executed the same.
Page 42 - Admissions, to consist of twenty-one members, seven of whom shall be elected by ballot at each Annual Meeting of the Club, to replace the outgoing class and to take office at the expiration of the term of such outgoing class. The term of office of the members of this committee shall be three years or until the third Annual Meeting after their election.
Page 10 - If the person served does not comply within five days with the rule or regulation violated, in case such rule or regulation relates to a temporary or permanent source or act of contamination affecting the potable water supply of the city of New York, the commissioner of water supply, gas and electricity of said city...
Page 47 - RESIGNATIONS. Resignations of membership shall be made to the Secretary in writing. Such resignation shall not be accepted until all indebtedness to the Club, of the member resigning, shall have been discharged.
Page 41 - IV. TREASURER. The Treasurer shall collect all entrance fees and all dues, and shall keep the accounts of the Club, and report thereon at each regular meeting of the Council.
Page 48 - Club, and the election of any candidate shall be void if he fail to make such payment within thirty days, after notice of his election is mailed, addressed to him at the place given as his residence on the posted list of candidates.
Page 42 - House by the members. They shall have full power, and it shall be their duty to carry out the purposes of the Club according to its Charter, Constitution and By-Laws. The...
Page 53 - NOTICE TO MEMBERS Any member may enter in a book, to be kept at the office, a mail address, to which all notices to be sent to him under the Constitution or Rules shall be directed. In default of such entry, such notices shall be served by depositing them in the Club letter-box addressed to the member, who shall be held to have received them ten days after they shall have been so mailed or deposited.
Page 43 - Club, with an estimate for the ensuing year, which shall be printed and distributed to members, five days before the Annual Meeting, and shall report at other times if required.

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