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ARTICLE I.This association shall be known as the Harvard University Cycling Association.
ARTICLE II.The object of this association shall be the advancement and improvement of cycling in Harvard University.
ARTICLE III.The membership of this association shall be limited to the officers and students of Harvard University.
ARTICLE IV.The management of this association shall be entrusted to an executive committee, consisting of nine members, the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, captain, and one representative from each class-who shall all be elected for a term of one year.
ARTICLE V.Any member of Harvard University shall become a life member of this association by paying the entrance fee and signing the constitution.
ARTICLE VI.There shall be an annual meeting of this association held on the second Thursday in October. A special meeting may be called at any time during the college term by three members of the executive committee, or ten members of the association. Notice of all meetings shall be published in the DAILY CRIMSON for at least three days preceding said meetings. Nine members present at any meeting shall constitute a quorum.
ARTICLE VII.The election of all officers, and the three upper class representatives to the executive committee, shall be held at the annual meeting. The freshman representative shall be elected by the executive committee, some time during the first half year. Any office made vacant by resignation, or otherwise, shall be filled, by election, at a special meeting of the association, which shall be called for that purpose, as soon as possible after the vacancy occurs. Such election shall be for a term ending with the next annual meeting of the association. A majority vote of all the members present at a meeting, shall be required to elect. All elections shall be by ballot.
ARTICLE VIII.No addition, alteration or amendment shall be made to this constitution at any meeting, except by a two-thirds vote of all the members present. At least seven days notice of such change must be published in the DAILY CRIMSON.
BY-LAWS.ARTICLE I.The officers of this association shall be a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and captain; who shall hold office for the term of one year.
ARTICLE II.Section 1. The president shall preside at all meetings of the association and of the executive committee, and call meetings of the executive committee, or association whenever he may deem it necessary.
Section 2. The vice-president shall during the absence of the president, perform all his duties, as specified in section 1.
Section 3. The treasurer shall collect and have charge of all moneys belonging to the association, shall pay all bills, when properly approved, and submit a report thereof at the annual meeting, and to the association or executive committee whenever called upon to do so.
Section 4. The secretary shall keep the minutes of each meeting of the association and executive committee, and shall conduct the correspondence, and have charge of, and be responsible for, all books and papers except those of the treasurer.
Section 5. The captain shall have full charge of the association racing team, and shall arrange the details of road races and hare and hounds runs.
ARTICLE III.The executive committee shall have full control of all business of the association not otherwise provided for in the constitution and by-laws. They shall act upon all disbursements of moneys by the treasurer, They shall take charge of all race meets, decide all protests, and issue and act upon all challenges.
ARTICLE IV.The entrance fee shall be three dollars and a half ($3.50), the payment of which shall entitle the member to a non-transferable membership ticket admitting him to all meetings of the association.
ARTICLE V.Order of Business.
Reading, correction, and adoption of minutes.
Election of officers.
Reports of officers and committees.
ARTICLE VI.All meetings shall be governed by Roberts' rules of order.
ARTICLE VII.No addition, alteration, or amendment shall be made to these by-laws at any meeting, except by a two-thirds vote of all the members present.
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