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CONSTITUTION
ARTICLE I
Name
The name of this organization shall be “The Buffalo Claims Association.”
ARTICLE II
Purpose
Its object and purpose shall be to encourage and foster practical and ed-
ucational programs designed to broaden the knowledge of its members con-
cerning the business of insurance, to cultivate and promote good fellowship and
harmony among its members and to develop, maintain and foster professional
and ethical standards.
ARTICLE III
Membership
The membership of this Association shall be composed of men and wom-
en affliated with the handling and servicing of claims.
ARTICLE IV
Offcers and Executive Board
Offcers of this Association shall be a President, a Secretary, a Treasur-
er, an Assistant Treasurer and a Director. Offcers of the Association must be
members in good standing of the Association for no less than the previous two
(2) consecutive years. There is also hereby created an Executive Board, to
consist of the Offcers, which shall have the power of general supervision and
management of the affairs of the Association. The Executive Board shall have
power to act for the Association between meetings of the Association, as occa-
sion may require.
ARTICLE V
Vacancies
If a vacancy, except the offce of President, shall occur, the vacancy shall
be flled through appointment by the Executive Board.
ARTICLE VI
Amendments
This Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by any meeting of the
Association by an affrmative vote of two-thirds of the members present and
voting, provided the proposed Amendment, or Amendments, have been sub-
mitted in writing to each member of the Association at least thirty days in ad-
vance of any vote taken thereon. The Constitution of the Association and its
By-Laws, and any updated Amendments, will be printed in all future directories,
The Constitution and Amendments in use. voted and approved upon, will su-
persede any previous Constitution or Amendments.