Section 1. The name of the organization shall be the
ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INCORPORATED
Seals, Colors and Logo
Section 1. The Corporate Seal of the Society shall be the following form:
The seal with the, ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC., 1981 to be used by the Corresponding Secretary in preparation of all certificates. No official transactions shall be valid without the imprint of this Seal upon them.
Section 2. The official colors of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. are Blue and Gold.
Section 3. The Logo of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. is Blue and Gold with a caduceus in the center, encircled by the words ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. It symbolizes membership in the Society. It is used on Society stationary, professional pins, and other items approved by the membership. This Logo may be used by members of the Society for advertising purposes. This Logo may not be used to advertise schools or to exploit the public.
The Logo is in the following form:
Section 1. Objectives and purposes proposed to be transacted are to organize and unite in fellowship the electrologists of the State of Florida and to combine their efforts to encourage the improvement of the service rendered by electrologists in this state, by promoting the scientific, ethical and practical efficiency of the profession.
Officers and Board of Directors
Section 1. The Executive Officers shall be a President, First Vice President, Second Vice President, Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, all of whom shall be elected by the voting members of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. and shall meet the qualifications prescribed in the Bylaws. The duties, powers and terms of office shall be established in the Bylaws.
Section 2. The Executive Board shall consist of all the above named officers and/or others elected by the Executive Officers.
Section 1. The membership of the Society shall be Active Members, Associate Members, Honorary Members, and Provisional Members, who utilize only wire or needle type epilators.
Section 2. The conditions of membership shall be honorable service in the range of one of the above classes of membership. Further requirements and classifications of membership shall be prescribed by the Bylaws.
Section 1. The government of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. shall be by its Officers and Board of Directors, who shall have the authority to act for the Society under the provisions of the Bylaws.
Section 1. The ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. shall hold an annual meeting and other such meetings as may be provided for in the Bylaws.
Section 2. Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be held whenever necessary.
Section 3. Privilege of the floor will only be granted to members in good standing of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC.
Section 1. On all requests of Parliamentary Law, this Society shall be governed by Roberts Rule of Order, Newly Revised.
Home Office Address
Section 1. The Home Office Address of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. shall be that of the current Corresponding Secretary.
Section 1. All legal articles of incorporation are recorded in the office of the Secretary of State, County of Leon, Tallahassee, Florida, listed as Charter Number 758386.
Section 1. At all meetings, all votes shall be by voice vote, or show of hands, except for election of officers, which shall be by ballot. At any regular or special meeting, if a majority so requires, any question may be voted upon by ballot.
Section 2. Ballots shall be provided and there shall not appear any place on such ballot any mark or marking that may tend to indicate the person who cast such ballot.
Section 1. Members present shall constitute a quorum.
Section 1. Members of the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. shall receive, without charge, publications issued by the Society of disseminate information to the members as prescribed in the Bylaws.
Dissolution of Society
Section 1. If for any reason, the ELECTROLYSIS SOCIETY OF FLORIDA, INC. be dissolved, the disposition of all funds, in its possession and all assets shall be distributed only for the purposes within the scope of the Internal Revenue Code, Section 501.C. No funds shall enure to any members of the organization. (Adopted October 25, 1981).
Section 1. The Constitution may be amended at any regular or special meeting of the general membership by a two-third majority vote of eligible voting members present provided a written notice of each proposed change had been given to members four (4) weeks in advance.