Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-second annual convention November 15, 16, 1933 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Resolutions on expense and fees, pp. 67-69 PDF (705.7 KB)
68 WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION son holding both an operator's license and a makers license the mem- bership fee shall be $3.00 per year. MIL MALAY: Mr. Chairman, there is another part of this motion I neglected to read: "Subscribing memberships. Any person may become a subscribing member with the right to receive news letters and legislative cheese bills, etc., but not to attend state association meetings, by payment of $1.00 for the current calendar year, in advance to the association secretary." I might add it was estimated that raising your dues from one dol- lar to two dollars or three dollars in the case of a cheese maker hold- ing both an operator's license and a cheese maker's license will in- crease our revenue by about $500. I am offering that amendment to the constitution. Motion duly seconded. MR. DAvis: We listened this morning to Mr. Mooney who told you he made five trips to Washington. That is expense. He has been hired by the cheese dealers, yet he is working in a measure for you. That has been a great deal of expense and I think that last year during this session of the legislature we all were grateful to have the news letters from Madison. Now Prof. Sammis this morning tells you fairly and squarely that the source of income is cut off. You voted here to have the continuation of those news letters without any method of getting them. Now, if you don't raise the money for this expense Prof. Sammis can't send those news letters to you. He also told you yesterday that he is only able to get pay for part of the year, so that if this association, the number of cheese makers have got where they don't want this information, then we have got to cut out the other resolutions that we have already passed, and I don't know why the two dollars as proposed by the gentleman is not a fair proposition, and I second the same. THE PREIDENT: Does your second still stand to this motion? Mn. DAvis: Yes sir. THE PREitmT: The motion has been made that we raise the an- nual dues according to this resolution to two dollars a year. Motion carried. MR. MALEY: That takes care of that, Mr. Chairman, of one part of the resolution. What are you going to do about the second por- tion, "Any person holding both an operator's license and a maker's license the membership fee shall be $3.00 per year." MR. MALCZNwsXI: I move to table that resolution. Motion seconded and carried. MR. MALwY: One more: "Subscribing memberships. Any per- son may become a subscribing member with the right to receive news letters and legislative cheese bills, etc., but not to attend state asso- ciation meetings, by payment of $1.00 for the current calendar year, in advance to the association secretary." Motion seconded and carried.
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