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W. W. Wilmore
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W. B. Fitton
S. Allen Long
Mrs. S. Allen Long
D. S. Harris
J. H. Brainmeur
G. H. Parsons .
J. L. Peabody
Rev. Paul Anderson
Mr. Wardsworth

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LIFE MEMBERS.

NAME.

POST-OFFICE ADDRESS

Berry, John Ball, J. J. T. Brown, H. C. . Bird, F. E. Braun, G. J Crawford, R. T. Corning, Geo. C. City National Bank . Craig, Rev. W. B. Craig, Mrs. W. B. Clark, J. M. DeVinney, V. Davis, Williain Ellsworth, L. C. . Frazier, Jesse . Griines, David S. Gallup, Avery.

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POST-OFFICE ADDRESS Gallup, C. R.

Denver Hanna, J. R.

Denver Hallack, Mrs. Charles

Denver James, Robert..

Denver Kountz, C. B.

Denver Laue, John H. .

Denver Lee, Henry .

Jefferson County, P. O. Denver Lessig, W. H. .

. Denver Londoner, Wolfe .

Denver Lower, John P

Denver McClue, Mrs. Kate.B.

Denver Moore, Rev. D. H.

Denver Marquis, Robert.

Denver Moulton, Thomas

: Denver Newcomb, J. H.

Denver Newcomb, Mrs. J. H.

. Denver Peabody; A. L.

Grand Junction, Mesa County Peabody, Mrs. A. L. Grand Junction, Mesa County Pitkin, Ex-Gov. F. W.

Pueblo Pierce, Gen. John

Denver Ruslimore, H. ,

Denver Richardson, George

· Argo Shaw, Dr. Alex.

Deriver Short, Prof. S. H.

Denver Van Camp, J. M.

Denver Wolf, H. G..

Denver Wolf, Mrs. H. G..

Denver Wood, S. N.

Denver Wolcott, E. O.

Deuver Wade, Samuel.

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HONORARY MEMBER. Bracket, G. C., Sec. Kansas State Horticultural Society.

CONSTITUTION

OF

Colorado State Horticultural

AND

FORESTRY ASSOCIATION ,

AS AMENDED AT ANNUAL MEETING,

JANUARY 13, ISSS.

SECTION I. This association shall be called the COLORADO STATE HORTICULTURAL AND FORESTRY ASSOCIATION, and shall have for its object the promotion of horticulture, pomology, arboriculture and floriculture.

Sec. 2. This association shall hold its regular annual session, beginning on the the second Thursday in January of each year, at 10 o'clock a. m., at such place as the President may designate, for the purpose of electing its officers, and the transaction of such other business as may be necessary, and it shall also hold such other meetings as the interests of the Association may demand, at such time and place as the Executive Committee may designate, and seven members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business,

SEC. 3. The officers of the Association shall consist of a President, a Vice-President at large, a Secretary and Treasurer, who shall be elected by ballot, and a majority

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of the votes cast shall be necessary to an election ; also, a Vice-President froin each of the counties of the State interested in the promotion of the objects of the Association, who may be elected by the Association at its annual meeting, or by the Executive Coinmittee.

Sec. 4. The President of any District or County Horticultural Society, of this State, shall be ex officio Vice-President of this Association, and shall have all the rights and privileges of regular members.

The President, Vice-President at large, Secretary, Treasurer and three other members, to be elected at the annual meeting, shall constitute an Executive Committee, charged with the general supervision of all matters of interest to the Association during the interim of meetings, with power to act in all cases of emergency, and a majority of the committee shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

SEC. 6. The Association shall contract no debts, unless by a two-thirds vote of members present at any regular or called meeting.

Sec. 7. The written acceptance of an officer elected, filed with the Secretary, shall be considered as qualifying.

SEC. 8. The Treasurer shall give bond in such sum as may be fixed and accepted by the Association at any annual meeting

The Association shall, in every proper way
encourage and assist in the organization of County and
District Societies.
SEC. 10.

The Association may, at each annual meeting, offer premiums for essays on such subjects as may be determined on, such essays to be read before the next annual ineeting, and immediately after reading, the

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premiums to be awarded by a majority of the members present.

SEC. II. Representatives from organizations formed in the interest of horticulture, shall be admitted to all the rights and privileges of members upon certified credentials and without payment of membership fees, upon the following basis: Town Societies, one representative; County Societies, two representatives; District Societies, three representatives. SEC. 12.

The Association may adopt at any meeting such by-laws, rules and regulations as a majority of the members present may determine, not inconsistent with this Constitution.

BY-LAWS.

SECTION I. The officers of this Association shall hold their respective offices until their successors are elected and qualified. SEC. 2.

The first business of each meeting shall be the reading and approving of the minutes of the previous meeting

SEC. 3. The payment of one dollar shall constitute an annual membership, which shall cease on the day preceding the first day of the annual meeting in January. Ten dollars paid at any one time shall constitute a life membership SEC. 4.

The Secretary shall solicit from each Vice President of the several counties, such reports as have immediate connection with the condition of horticulture, pomology, arboriculture and floriculture, and such other information as may pertain to the interest of the

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