IDAHO STATE PHARMACY ASSOCIATION, INC.
ARTICLE I - NAME & SEAL
The name assumed by the Corporation and by which it shall
be known is the Idaho State Pharmacy Association, hereafter designated
as the Association. The Association shall have an official seal which bears
its full name.
ARTICLE II - LOCATION
This Association shall locate and maintain its permanent
office(s) in the State of Idaho.
ARTICLE III - OBJECTIVES
The objectives, pursuits, and purposes of this Association
shall be the promotion of pharmaceutical practices and the welfare of pharmacy
and pharmacists throughout the State of Idaho.
ARTICLE IV - MEMBERSHIP
This Association shall consist of active pharmacists,
students, associates, retired pharmacists, faculty, pharmacy technicians,
sustaining, or life members, who shall qualify for and be elected to the
appropriate membership in accordance with the provisions of the Bylaws
of the Association.
ARTICLE V - GOVERNING BODY
Government and control of the affairs of this Association
shall be vested in a Board of Directors, each of whom shall be elected
according to the provisions of the Bylaws.
ARTICLE VI - OFFICERS
The officers of the Association shall be a president,
a president-elect, a first vice-president, a second vice-president, a secretary/treasurer;
each of whom shall be nominated from the membership of the Association
and elected, or appointed as provided in the Bylaws.
ARTICLE VII - MEETINGS
General sessions of the membership of this Association
shall be held annually at a time and place selected according to the provisions
of the Bylaws and publicized as provided therein.
ARTICLE VIII - FISCAL YEAR
The fiscal year of this Association shall begin on January
1 and extend through December 31 of that year.
ARTICLE IX - AMENDMENTS
Resolutions presented for action by the membership affecting
this Constitution will be distributed to current members of the ISPA by
mail, including electronic transmission, after approval by the Board of
Directors. The initial mailing will be in the "IDAHO PHARMACIST," however
produced, and will be considered as the first reading of the Resolutions.
The Resolutions will appear in two consecutive issues of the "IDAHO PHARMACIST"
prior to the annual convention. The resolutions shall be read (second reading)
at the first general business session at the annual convention. The Resolutions
will be opened for debate and a ballot vote at the second general business
session as a part of the agenda of that meeting. An affirmative vote of
two thirds (2/3) of those present shall be necessary to pass the Resolutions.