Constitution & Bylaws

ARTICLES OF CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS OF THE COLUMBUS DENTAL SOCIETY CONSTITUTION

Article I Name

This Society shall be known as the COLUMBUS DENTAL SOCIETY, a component of the Ohio Dental Association.

Article II Charter

This Society is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Ohio on October 8, 1970

Article III Jurisdiction

The jurisdiction of this Society shall include all of Franklin and Madison Counties and such adjacent territory as may be approved by the House of Delegates of the Ohio Dental Association.

Article IV Objectives

The objectives of this Society shall be to represent our members through:

A) The advancement of the dental profession through mutual cooperation with support of education, legislation, and research.

B) The promotion of health and welfare of members and the public we serve.

C) The cooperation with allied health groups in all matters of mutual interest and advantage to the people of the community.

D) The education of the public to a fuller understanding and appreciation of the function and care of oral cavity and its affect on the overall health of the patient.

Article V Officers

The officers shall be President, President-Elect, Secretary/Treasurer, Editor and Immediate Past President (ex-officio).

Article VI Board of Directors

The governing body of the Society shall be known as the Board of Directors.

Section 1. It shall be composed of: the President, the President-Elect, the Secretary/Treasurer, the Immediate Past President, the Editor, and elected board members. The Dean of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry shall be an Ex-Officio member of the Board of Directors. The terms of the elected Board members shall be three years each and shall be limited to two consecutive terms.

Section 2. The Officers of the Society shall be the officers of the Board of Directors.

Section 3. The Board of Directors shall transact all business of the Society not otherwise provided for by the Constitution and Bylaws.

Section 4. The total number of Board members shall be a minimum of 15 members with a maximum to match the number of delegates allowed by the Ohio Dental Association and shall be elected by the Society.

Article VII Amendments

Section 1. This Constitution may be amended at any regular meeting of the Society by a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the membership present, providing the said proposed amendment, signed by five members, has been presented to the Society through its Board of Directors. The Secretary/Treasurer shall read the proposed amendment at the next regular meeting of the Society and shall have it published in the Bulletin, or sent by postal or electronic mail to all members before being presented for a vote. The Board of Directors shall make its recommendations at the subsequent meeting of the Society. The proposed amendment may then be adopted at the meeting by a two-thirds (2/3) affirmative vote of the membership present.

Section 2. All amendments shall conform to the provisions governing such matters in the Constitution and Bylaws of the Ohio Dental Association and the American Dental Association.

Section 3. An official notice from the House of Delegates of the Ohio Dental Association of any changes prescribed for the Constitution and Bylaws of its component societies shall be accepted by the Society and become a part of its Constitution and Bylaws.

 

BYLAWS

Article I Election of Officers, Directors, Delegates and Alternate

Delegates:

Section 1. The officers, directors and delegates of this Society shall be elected by mail ballot during the month of November and shall serve for one year unless otherwise directed in the Bylaws, or until their successors are elected and verified. There may be two or more candidates at each election for officers and the members of the Board of Directors vacancies.

Section 2. Nominations for officers, members of the Board of Directors and Delegates shall be made by the Nomination Committee. The report of the Nominating Committee shall be made at any Society function where a quorum is present no later than October, at which time ample opportunity shall be given for additional nominations to be made from the floor. Candidates nominated from the floor must be present at the meeting.

Section 3. No later than November 1st, the Secretary/Treasurer shall have printed and mailed to each voting member in good standing a ballot containing the names of all candidates for office, the names being arranged for each office in alphabetical order.

Section 4. Ten days shall be allowed for the return of ballots following the date of mailing. As soon as possible thereafter, the President shall appoint a Tally Committee to count the ballots. The Society officers shall be elected by plurality of the votes cast for each office. In case of members of Board of Directors and Delegates, vacancies shall be filled by those receiving the highest number of votes in each classification.

Section 5. Delegates to the Ohio Dental Association shall be elected delegates and those designated by virtue of office.

a) President b) President-Elect c) Secretary/Treasurer d) Editor e) Immediate Past President f) ODA Executive Committee Members(voting or non-voting)

Elected delegates must be members in good standing and shall be elected annually for terms of three years, two to be elected each year, the original terms to be appropriately staggered, and the number elected may be increased or decreased as indicated to meet the numerical representation as established by the Ohio Dental Association.

Section 6. Officers, members of the Board of Directors, delegates and alternate Delegates shall be installed by appropriate ceremonies at the Annual Meeting and shall assume office on January 1. Section 7. All alternate delegates from the Columbus Dental Society to the Ohio Dental Association shall be selected in accordance with the existing Columbus Dental Society Sub district 5 Policy Manual.

Article II Duties of the Officers

Section 1. The President

A) Shall preside at all membership meeting of this Society, the

Board of Directors, and the Executive Council

B) Shall call special meetings at the request of ten percent of its

active membership or at the request of the Board of Directors.

C) Shall propose members to fill vacancies on all standing Councils

and Committees subject to the approval of the Board of

Directors.

D) Shall appoint the Councils and Committees not otherwise

provided for and shall be a member, ex-officio, of all councils

and committees.

E) Shall be a delegate to the Ohio Dental Association by virtue of

office.

F) Shall perform such other duties as usually pertained to this

office.

G) Shall by a member of the Nominating Committee.

H) Shall be a member of the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility

Committee.

Section 2. The President-Elect

A) Shall assist the President in the performance of duties and

preside in the absence of the President.

B) Shall be a delegate to the Ohio Dental Association by virtue of

office.

C) Shall succeed to the office of President at the installation of

officers at the annual meeting following the President-Elect’s

term.

D) Shall be a member of the Nominating Committee.

E) Shall be a member of the Council on Public Relations. Shall be

a member of the Program Committee.

F) Shall be a member of the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility

Committee.

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G) Shall succeed immediately to the office of President in the event

of vacancy not only for the non-expired term but also for the

succeeding year.

H) In the event the office of President-Elect becomes vacant by

reason other than the President-Elect succeeding to the office

of the President, the office of President for the ensuing year

shall be filled at the next election in the same manner as that

provided for the nomination and election of elective officers,

except that the ballot shall read “President for the Ensuing

Year”.

Section 3. The Secretary/Treasurer

A) Shall succeed to the office of President-Elect

B) Shall serve as the recording officer of the Society and as the

custodian of its records.

C) Shall have the official revised Constitution, Bylaws and Code of

Ethics at every membership meeting of the Society and the

Board.

D) Shall be a delegate to the Ohio Dental Association by virtue of

office.

E) Shall serve as chairman of the Central Office Committee.

F) Shall be an ex-officio member of the Nominating Committee.

G) Shall be a member of the Publications and Communications

Council.

H) Shall be an ex-officio member of the Membership Services

Council.

I) Shall be a member of the Constitution and Bylaws, Judicial

Affairs Committee by virtue of office.

J) Shall be the custodian of all funds and securities belonging to

the Society.

K) Shall disburse the funds of the Society upon approval of the

Board of Directors except when otherwise directed by the

Constitution and Bylaws.

L) Shall make and publish an annual report by a Certified Public

Accountant to Board of Directors and said report if available to

all members in good standing by request showing: a) total paid

membership; b) total receipts; c) total disbursements; d) the

bank balance at the end of the fiscal year, December 31.

M) If required by the Board of Directors, shall give bond in such

amount as may be stipulated by the Board at the expense of the

Society.

N) Shall serve on the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility Committee.

O) In the event the office of Secretary/Treasurer becomes vacant,

the Board of Directors shall fill the vacancy. The term of office

shall be for the unexpired portion of the term. The office will

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then be filled in the same manner as that provided for the

nomination and election of elective officers.

Section 4. The Immediate Past President (Ex-Officio)

A) Shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

B) Shall serve as Chairman of the Nominating Committee

C) Shall serve on the Executive Council.

D) Shall be a delegate to the Ohio Dental Association.

E) Shall be a member of the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility

Committee.

F) Shall be a member of the Honors and Awards Committee.

G) Shall install newly elected officers and delegates.

Section 5. The Editor

A) Shall be a member of the Board of Directors.

B) Shall be Editor-In-Chief of the Society’s official publications.

C) He/she may nominate three or more Associate Editors to be

approved by the Board of Directors.

D) Shall be the chairman of the Publications and Communications

Council.

E) Shall be an Ex-Officio member of Membership Services

Council.

F) Shall be a delegate to the Ohio Dental Association.

Article III Standing Councils

The Standing Councils shall be: 1) Executive; 2) Membership Services; 3)

Dental Public Relations; 4) Constitution and Bylaws, Judicial Affairs; 5)

Publications and Communications.

Section 1. Executive

A) Shall consist of the officers of the Society.

B) Shall convene at the call of the President who shall notify all

members of the Council of its meetings.

C) Three members of the Council shall constitute a quorum.

D) Shall act as an ad interim committee, and transact such official

business as may need consideration between meetings, and

not otherwise provided for, or as may be referred to it by a vote

of the Society or the Board of Directors.

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Section 2. Membership Services

A) Shall consist of up to ten members, one of whom shall be the

Secretary/Treasurer.

B) The Chairman shall be appointed by the President to serve a

minimum of two years.

C) Shall endeavor to secure for membership every ethical dentist

within the jurisdiction of this Society.

D) Shall welcome and orient the new members to the Society and

serve as hosts at membership meetings.

E) Shall endeavor to increase attendance of members at meetings.

F) Shall endeavor to increase active participation by all members

of the Society.

G) Shall maintain responsibility for Relief in accordance with rules

and regulations formulated by the commission of Relief

Activities of the American Dental Association.

H) Shall be responsible for the development and maintenance of

Membership Benefits.

I) The Chairman shall serve on the Dental Public Relations

Council.

Section 3. Dental Public Relations [Move to Publication]

A) Shall consist of the following members by virtue of office:

President-

Elect, Program Committee Chairman, Membership Service

Chairman, ODA Sub district 5 Representatives on the Council

on Access to Care and Public Service.

B) Chairman shall be appointed by the President to serve a

minimum of two years.

C) Shall coordinate all activities with news media relative to

dentistry and dental education for the public,

D) Shall develop and promote access to dental care programs.

E) Shall be responsible for promoting and executing the Give Kids

a Smile program in conjunction with the Executive Director.

Section 4. Constitution and Bylaws, Judicial Affairs

A) Shall be composed of up to seven members including the

Secretary/Treasurer. The majority of this Council shall be

composed of general practitioners. No two specialists shall be

appointed who practice in the same recognized specialty.

B) Members shall serve rotating terms. No member shall consider

an appeal or any matter that he/she has previously acted on in

+any role. A member being investigated by this Council has the

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privilege to request removal of two and only two members of

this Council, one of whom may be the Chairman.

C) The Council shall meet on call of its Chairman; or as prescribed

by the Ohio Dental Association and the American Dental

Association procedures.

D) The Council shall have the responsibility to have investigated

and adjudicate or refer to the Ohio Dental Association Statewide

Judicial Panel all alleged violations of the Code of Ethics on the

American Dental Association, Ohio Dental Association and the

Columbus Dental Society.

E) Appeal of decisions of this Council shall be to the Board of

Directors of the Columbus Dental Society, then to the Judicial

Panel of the Ohio Dental Association, then to the Council on

Ethics, Bylaws and Judicial Affairs of the American Dental

Association.

F) All procedures and regulations and decisions of this Council

must conform to the Constitution and Bylaws of the American

Dental Association and follow the Rules and Regulations for

Component Societies of the Ohio Dental Association.

G) Shall act as an advisory council on proposed Constitution and

Bylaws changes.

H) Shall review the articles of the Constitution and Bylaws annually

in order to keep them consistent with the Society’s programs.

Section 5. Publications and Communications

A) Shall consist of the Editor, Secretary/Treasurer, Associate

Editor and three additional members.

B) Shall be responsible for publication of the Bulletin and other

publications relevant to the Society.

C) The Editor shall be the chairman of the Council.

D) The Associate Editor shall be responsible for the content and

oversight of the official Society website.

E) Shall consist of the following members by virtue of office:

President-

Elect, Program Committee Chairman, Membership Service

Chairman, ODA Sub district 5 Representatives on the Council

on Access to Care and Public Service.

F) Chairman shall be appointed by the President to serve a

minimum of two years.

G) Shall coordinate all activities with news media relative to

dentistry and dental education for the public,

H) Shall develop and promote access to dental care programs.

I) Shall be responsible for promoting and executing the Give Kids a

Smile program in conjunction with the Executive Director.

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Article IV Standing Committees

The Standing Committees shall be: 1) Nominating; 2) Budget and Fiscal

Responsibility; 3) Program; 4) Central Office; 5) Peer Review; 6) Honors and

Awards.

Section 1. Nominating

A) Shall consist of the President, President-Elect,

Secretary/Treasurer and two Past Presidents of the Society,

who are still active members.

B) The Sub district 5 Representative shall be a member to assist in

nominations for ODA Delegates.

C) Shall act as directed in Article I, Section 2 of the Bylaws.

D) The Immediate Past President shall be the Chairman.

Section 2. Budget and Fiscal Responsibility

Shall consist of the Executive Council, one member of the

Board of Directors, and one Member-at-large to be appointed

annually by the President. Beginning in 2010, the

Secretary/Treasurer shall be Chairman to serve a 3-year term.

At the end of the term, whoever is serving as

Secretary/Treasurer will assume the chair for the successive 3

years.

A) The Budget and Fiscal Responsibility Committee shall present

the next Annual Budget of the Society to the Board of Directors

at its for approval. On approval by the Board this Budget shall

be available to the membership upon request.

B) It shall be the duty of the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility

Committee to set aside specific funds as defined in the

Constitution by amendment or by other action of the Society.

C) Shall not permit specified funds to be expended for other

purposes except by action of the Society as provided in Article

V, Section 6, of the Bylaws.

Section 3. Program

A) Shall consist of up to six members, including the President-

Elect.

B) The Chairman shall be appointed by the President to serve a

minimum of two years (for continuity).

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C) Shall arrange speakers, educational programs, or entertainment

for the regular monthly meetings subject to the approval of the

Board of Directors.

D) Shall supply the Executive Director and the Editor with full

information regarding the program at least one month prior to

each regular meeting.

E) Chairman shall serve on the Dental Public Relations Council.

Section 4. Central Office

A) Shall consist of five members, one of whom is the

Secretary/Treasurer, who shall serve as the Chairman.

B) Shall be responsible for the management of the Central Office.

This shall include the authority to hire temporary personnel and

to dismiss and replace the Executive Director with approval of

the Board of Directors.

C) Shall annually present the budget of the personnel salary and

benefits to the Budget and Fiscal Responsibility Committee.

D) Shall have the duty of supplying the Executive Director with a

position description and assigning the job responsibilities.

E) Shall have the responsibility of ensuring that the central office is

in compliance with federal, state and city mandates.

Section 5. Peer Review Committee

A) Shall have a chair appointed by the President.

B) The committee chair may request a co-chair.

C) Committee shall consist of up to 12 members and meet the

criteria as set in the Ohio Dental Association Peer Review

Manual.

D) The committee members may serve as either mediators or

clinical examiners.

E) Peer Review Committee members are strongly encouraged to

attend the Ohio Dental Association workshop presented every

three years.

Section 6. Honors and Awards Committee

A) Shall consist of the four Immediate Past Presidents and two

Past Presidents at large.

B) The Chairman shall be appointed annually by the President.

C) Shall develop and review potential nominations and/or

programs for the CDS Distinguished Citizen Award, ODA

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Excellence Award and the ADA Golden Apple Award, and other

appropriate community awards.

Article V Board of Directors

Section 1. A) The Board of Director shall meet a minimum of six times

annually as designated by the President. The President shall

call a meeting of the Board of Directors at the written request

of a majority of the Board. All meetings shall be open to all

Active members. Active members shall be granted the

privilege of the floor but shall not be entitled to vote.

B) A quorum of the Board of Directors shall consist of nine

members.

C) Absence from the meetings of the Board for three consecutive

meetings without an excuse valid in the opinion of the Board

shall constitute just cause to terminate membership on the Board.

A 2/3 vote is required to remove and the President is to appoint the

next voted DDS/DMD in line.

Section 2. The Board of Directors shall receive and act upon the reports of all

Councils and Committees and shall consider and act upon all

matters presented to it signed by an active member.

Section 3. The Board of Directors shall confirm all Standing Councils.

Section 4. The Board of Directors shall fill all vacancies in elective offices to

serve until the next annual election unless otherwise provided for in

the Constitution and Bylaws.

Section 5. The Board of Directors shall authorize the investments of all funds

and Designate the official depository of all funds of the Society.

Section 6. The Board of Directors shall make disbursement of funds for

regular operating expenses of the Society. Expenditures other than

for the regular operation of the Society must be approved by 2/3 of

the Board of Directors. Should those expenditures result in a dues

increase or a depletion of the Society’s reserves below forty

percent (40%) of the Operating Budget, then a recommendation will

be made to the Society for a vote from the Membership.

Section 7. The Board of Directors may require the Society’s action upon any

request.

Section 8. The proceedings of the Board of Directors shall be recorded in the

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Minutes book of the Society. Said book will be maintained at the

Society Office and will be available to any Member in good

standing.

Article VI Membership

Section 1. Membership Classifications

The members of this Society shall be classified as follows:

1.Active; 2. Life; 3. Student; 4. Honorary; 5. Affiliate; 6.

Associate; 7. Retired; 8. Provisional

Section 2. Candidates for membership shall make application in writing

accompanied by one year’s dues and shall state the place and date

of graduation and date of licensure in Ohio. When a member in

good standing changes his/her residence to one outside the

jurisdiction of this Society, the Secretary/Treasurer shall have

issued a letter to the Secretary/Treasurer of the component society

into whose jurisdiction he/she moves, certifying membership in this

Society. Any dentist in good standing who shall move into the

jurisdiction of this Society and within one year present to the

Secretary/Treasurer a letter of certification from any other

component society, shall be accepted as a member.

Any Active member of this Society who moves out of its jurisdiction

maybe an Affiliate member. The names of the candidates for

Honorary membership shall be presented to the Membership

Services Council by five members of the Society and if

recommended by the Membership Services such persons may be

elected to this classification by a four-fifths vote at any regular

meeting.

Section 3. Membership Qualifications and Privileges

Active: Every licensed practitioner of Dentistry within the

jurisdiction of this Society shall be eligible for

membership. He/she should be a member in good

standing of the American Dental Association and will

be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Society.

Life: Life membership may be granted to dentists in good

Standing in this Society who have attained the

requirements as specified in the American Dental

Association classification for eligibility for Life

membership. They shall have all the rights and

privileges of an Active member. Life Membership

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consists of two categories: Life-Active and Life-

Retired. To qualify for Life-Retired status a member

must meet the eligibility requirements for retired

membership of Article VI, Section 3 Retired.

Regardless of previous classification those eligible for

Life membership who currently derive income from

dentistry will be classified as Life-Active. (ADA

January 16, 1991)

Student: A pre-doctoral student of a dental school accredited

by the Commission of Dental Accreditation shall be

eligible for Student membership; or any dentist

eligible for membership in this Society who is

engaged full-time in an advanced training course or

residency program or advanced educational program

of not less than one year’s duration shall be eligible

for Student membership. They shall be entitled to all

privileges of the Society except those of voting and

holding office.

Honorary: Persons who have made valuable contributions to the

science and art of Dentistry, or have rendered

important services to the profession or to this Society,

may be elected to Honorary membership. They shall

not be eligible to vote or hold office and shall have no

standing or privileges in the Ohio Dental Association

or the American Dental Association by reason of such

membership.

Affiliate: Dentists in good standing in the American Dental

Association residing outside of Ohio, or active

members in good standing in other component

societies of the Ohio Dental Association shall be

eligible for Affiliate membership. They shall be

entitled to all privileges of the Society except

those of voting and holding office.

Associate: Members of allied professions who contribute to the

advancement of the objectives of this Society shall be

eligible for Associate membership. They shall not be

eligible to vote or hold office and shall have no

standing or privileges in the Ohio Dental Association

or the American Dental Association by reason of such

membership.

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Retired: Retired membership may be granted to dentists in

good standing in this Society who have attained the

requirements as specified on the American Dental

Association classification for eligibility for retired

membership. They shall have all the rights and

privileges of an Active member.

Provisional: Dentists who have applied for active membership in

this Society shall be eligible for Provisional

membership immediately upon receipt of an

application. They shall be entitled to all rights and

privileges of the Society, except those of voting and

holding office, for six (6) months after application or

until their application is approved, whichever

comes first. Subsequent membership classification

shall be assigned according to eligibility.

Article VII Annual Dues

Section 1. Annual dues for the Society for Active, Affiliate, Associate, Life-

Active and Retired members shall be established by a two-thirds

(2/3) majority vote at any Regular or Special meeting of the Society,

on recommendation of the Board of Directors, provided that notice

of any proposed change in dues shall have been either:

a) published in an issue of the Bulletin

delivered locally ten (10) days prior to the

Society’s meeting at which the proposal is

to be presented, or

b) sent by postal or electronic mail to each

member at least ten (10) days prior to the

date of such meeting. Annual dues for

Active members shall also include the

annual dues for the Ohio Dental

Association and the American Dental

Association, the total members shall also

be payable on January 1 of each year, but

memberships are not renewed until dues

for the current year are paid.

Section 2. The Ohio Dental Association will bill the annual dues; with the

exception of those members who opt for the pre-installment dues

plan.

Section 3. Any Active member terminated by Section 2 may be restored to full

membership by the payment of all unpaid dues any time before the

expiration of the year.

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Section 4. Honorary members shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Section 5. Life-Retired members shall be exempt from the payment of dues

and Life-Active members will pay at a rate of 50% of dues with the

exception of voting members of the Ohio House of Delegates, who

will pay full Ohio Dental Association dues.

Section 6. Student members shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Section 7. Provisional members shall be exempt from the payment of dues.

Section 8. By special request the Board of Directors may exempt from

payment of dues Active members who are called into active service

in the armed forces for a limited time. Members drafted into federal

service or called to active duty during national emergencies shall

not be required to pay Columbus Dental Society dues as long as

they are on active duty.

Section 9. Active members who are unable to practice dentistry due to total or

partial disability or financial hardship may make application for

waiver of dues through the Central Office and such application will

be reviewed by the Executive Council for final determination.

Article VIII Meetings

Section 1. The regular meetings of the Society shall be determined by the

Program Committee unless otherwise ordered by the Executive

Council.

Section 2. Special meetings may be called by the President and shall be

called by him/her at the request of ten percent (10%) of the Active

membership or at the request of the Board of Directors. Such call

for a special meeting shall be sent by postal or electronic mail to

each member at least ten (10) days prior to the day of the meeting,

and shall state the object of such meeting, at which no business

except that stated in the call shall be transacted.

Section 3. The last scheduled meeting of the year shall be designated as the

Annual Meeting.

Section 4. Ten percent (10%) of the Active members eligible to vote shall

constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any regular or

special meeting.

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Article IX Amendments

These Bylaws may be amended in the same manner in which the

Constitution may be amended, as provided in Article VII of the

Constitution.

Article X Indemnification

The Columbus Dental Society shall indemnify and hold harmless

each delegate, each officer and each member of the councils and

committees now or hereafter serving the Society from and against

any and all claims and liabilities to which he or she may be or

become subject to, by reason of his or her now or heretofore having

been a delegate and/or officer and/or member of a council or

committee of the Society and/or by reason of his or her alleged acts

of omissions as a delegate and/or officer and/or member of a

council or committee aforesaid and shall reimburse each delegate

and each officer and each member of the councils and committees

of the Society for all legal and other expenses reasonably incurred

by him or her in connection with defending against any such claims

or liabilities, provided however, that no delegate, officer or member

of a council or committee shall be indemnified against or be

reimbursed for any expenses incurred in defending against any

claim or liability arising out of his or her own negligence or willful

misconduct. The foregoing rights of delegates, officers and

members of councils or committees shall not be exclusive of other

rights they may be entitled to lawfully

Article XI Order of Business

1) Call to Order; 2) Reading of the minutes of the previous

meeting; 3) Reading of the minutes of the Board of Directors’

meeting; 4) Current financial status; 5) Report of Councils

and Committees; 6) Unfinished business; 7) New Business;

8) Adjournment.

Article XII Rules of Order

All questions not otherwise provided for shall be governed by the

current edition or Sturgis Standard Code of Parliamentary

Procedure.

Article XII Principles of Ethics

The principles of ethics of this Society shall be that of the American

Dental Association and shall continue in full force and effect unless

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otherwise and until same be amended or revised or repealed by

action of this Society.

Revised 12/00

Revised 11/04

Revised 04/05

Revised 01/10

 

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