59 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (August 1975)

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   Chicago Association of Law Libraries


                             A Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries



                      gCHICAGO LAW LIBRARY BULLETIN

No. 59                                                           August, 1975


                         ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING

    The Chicago Association of Law Libraries Annual Business Meeting on May 9,
1975 was held at Stouffers Restaurant at the Prudential Building. Committee
chairmen for 1974/75 who were in attendance presented short summations of their
committees' year's activities. Major discussion centered on the proposed Bylaws.
Following a vote of favorable acceptance on the Bylaws, which, under Robert's
Rules of Order (3rd ed. rev. 1970), completely replace both the old Constitution
and Bylaws, an election of officers for 1975/76 was held. Although the new
Bylaws provide for a mail vote, a proviso had been added to cover the current
election and facilitate the transfer of association business.

    The elected officers for 1975/76 are:
                 Richard Bowler        President
                 Don Crandall          President-Elect
                 Sandra Traicoff       Secretary
                 Carolyn Moore         Treasurer
                 Janice Bentley        Director - 2 years
                 Marian McGregor       Director - 1 year

    The Bylaws, as passed at the Business Meeting, but minus Bylaws Committee
comments, is printed below for the record.


                                  BYLAWS
                   CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES
                          AS ADOPTED MAY 9, 1975

                               ARTICLE I
                                 NAME

The name of this Association shall be the Chicago Association of Law Libraries,
a chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries.

                               ARTICLE II
                               OBJECT

The Association is established for educational and scientific purposes. It shall
be conducted as a not-for-profit organization to promote librarianship and to de-
velop and increase the usefulness of law libraries, particularly those in the
midwestern states.

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