Chemical Literature, Volume 10, Number 2 (Sect. II), Summer 1958 Page: 4
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4 Section II Summer 1958__~__~_ _
should not be transacted unless at least five
members of the Executive Committee are
Bylaw V, Section 2
tion, exchange, dissemination, and assembly
for use of chemical information.
MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATES
Add, after numbering as part (a) the statement
presently given: "(b) Members of these committees
shall serve a maximum of three successive
one-year terms, provided, however,
that a person may be chairman of a committee
for three consecutive years after having served
as a member of that committee for the three
preceding years. (c) Appointments to conimittees
shall be made on the basis that at least
one-third of the members of each committee
shall be new each year. " Parts a, b, and c are
to be written as separate paragraphs as is done
under Section 1 of Bylaw V.
Explanation: The Executive Committee believes
that, for greatest effectiveness, appointed committees
should have a certain stability of membership
plus a steady influx of new members.
The suggested revisions are made to serve this
Bylaw VI, Section 2
Add, at end of the first paragraph: "Special
meetings may not be held within one month before
or after a national meeting.
Explanation: This requirement conforms to a
regulation of the Society.
BYLAWS OF THE
DIVISION OF CHEMICAL LITERATURE
As Approved by the Division and by the ACS,
1954 and 1957
NAME AND OBJECT
Section 1. The name of this organization shall
be "The Division of Chemical Literature of the
American Chemical Society," hereinafter called
the "Division" and the "Society, "respectively.
Section 2. The objects of this Division shall be
those of the Society as they apply to chemical
literature, which is regarded as including the
study, preparation, collection, recording, processing,
conserving, reproduction, organiza
Section 1. Membership in this Division shall
be open to all members of the Society who indicate
their wish to join the Division and who pay
the annual dues, hereinafter called "Members."
Section 2. A nonchemist or nonchemical engineer,
who accordingly cannot be a member of
the Society, but who wishes to participate in
the activities of this Division may do so as a
Division Associate, hereinafter called "Associate.
" As long as they pay annual dues,
Associates shall have all the privileges of membership
in the Division except those of voting
and holding office.
Section 3. Members and Associates shall have
the following privileges:
(a) Only members may vote, serve on committees,
and hold office in the Division.
Junior members of the Society may not
hold elective office.
(b) Members and Associates will receive
notices of proposed activities of the
Division and such abstracts, preprints,
reprints, and other literature services
as the Division may provide.
BYLAW III. DUES
Section 1. Payment. Dues shall be payable
annually in advance in an amount to be decided
by the Executive Committee. Members and
Associates shall remain in good standing only
so long as their dues are paid.
Section 2. Members. Dues for Members shall
not exceed $3. 00 per year.
Section 3. Associates. Dues for Associates
shall exceed the dues for Members by at least
$1.00 per year, and shall be at least $2. 00 per
Section 4. Students. A regularly matriculated
student specializing in chemistry or chemical
engineering who has not taken a baccalaureate
degree in chemistry or chemical engineering
may be accepted as an Associate on payment of
annual dues of $1. 00.
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American Chemical Society. Division of Chemical Literature. Bylaws Revision Committee. Chemical Literature, Volume 10, Number 2 (Sect. II), Summer 1958, periodical, Summer 1958; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc5745/m1/4/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .