Affairs of the Association.
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
THE SAN JACINTO DAY MEETING.-In accordance with the
notice sent to members, the Association was called to order in
Room 44 of the University building by President Reagan, Monday
afternoon, April 22, 1901. In the absence of the Secretary, Dr.
Battle was asked to act in that capacity.
The amendments to the constitution as printed in the announce-
ment sent out to members were adopted seriatim, and the amended
constitution was adopted as a whole by a unanimous vote. The
officers of the past year were elected for the ensuing year. Pro-
fessor R. L. Batts was elected member of the Council from the Fel-
lows for the term ending 1904; and Mrs. Bride Neill Taylor from
the members for the term ending 1906.
After an interesting talk from the President on the historical
heritage of the State of Texas, the possibilities of the future, and
the opportunities of the Association, the meeting was adjourned.
The revised portion of the constitution are given below. The
revisions are printed in italics and placed in brackets. Where the
changes are simple additions, they are inserted at the ,proper
points; but where they take the place of other provisions they are
inserted immediately thereafter, the words for which they are sub-
stituted being enclosed in parentheses. Words enclosed in paren-
theses not followed by brackets are simply to be omitted:
ART. IV. 2. The President, Vice-Presidents, and Correspond-
ing Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected annually by the Asso-
ciation (from among the Fellows).
4. The Executive Council, (a majority) [five] of which shall
constitute a quorum, shall consist of the following:
5. The [Ex-Presidents], the President, the four Vice-Presi-
dents, the Recording Secretary and Librarian, [the Corresponding
Secretary and Treasurer], the State Librarian, three Fellows, five
ART. V. 4. [Members or Fellows may be dropped from the
rolls of the Association at the discretion of the Council for non-
payment of dues.]
ART. VII.-AMENDMENTs.-Amendments to this Constitution
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