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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association / Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention held at Neenah, Wisconsin, February, 1886. Together with proceedings of the Association for 1884, to January 1, '86
Vol. XI (1886)

Reports of meetings of life members and executive board,   pp. [10]-15 PDF (1019.7 KB)


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AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL Assoc.TIoN.     3
Association shall be held on Friday of fair week, instead
of Thursday." Carried.
Resolution of Geo. W. Washburn, That no complimentary
tickets of admission to the fair be issued by any officer of
the fair, except under instructions of the Board of Directors,
naming persons to whom same shall be issued. Carried.
Motion by Colonel Bouck, that the officers of the Associa-
tion be required to report at the annual meeting, the num-
ber of complimentary tickets issued and to whom issued.
Carried.
Motion by Colonel Bouck, that the Secretary and Treasurer
be required to report at each annual meeting, as near as
practicable, the receipts and disbursements of the Associa-
tion. Carried.
Resolution of Colonel Bouck, to amend Article 3, of the
Con stitution, so as to read: "Any person may become a life
member by the payment to the Secretary of the sum of $25,
receiving from him a certificate of membership, the same
not to be transferable. Life members to be entitled to free
admission to all fairs and exhibitions of the S ciety. Motion
prevailed.
Resolution by G. W. Washburn.
Resolved, That it is the sense of this Association that its annual expendi-
tures should not exceed its revenues. And that the Executive Board in
making its premium list, and the general management of its financial
affairs, be especially requested to regard in this respect, the wishes of
the
Association.
Carried.
On motion of J. H. Hicks, the meeting adjourned.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE, OSHKOSH.
SEPTEMBER 19th, 1885.
President C. Hazen appointed the following named gen-
tlemen to meet with himself at the Secretary's office Sep-
tember 25th, 1885, for the purpose of auditing accounts:
A. A. Loper, S. W. Hollister and Geo. F. Stroud.
Adjourned.
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