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This organization shall be known as the National Conservation Congress.
The object of the National Conservation Congress shall be: (1) to provide a forum for discussion of the resources of the United States as the foundation for the prosperity of the people, (2) to furnish definite information concerning the resources and their utilization, and (3) to afford an agency through which the people of the country may frame policies and principles affecting the wise and practical development, conservation and utilization of the resources to be put into effect by their representatives in state and federal governments.
Section I. Regular annual meetings shall be held at such time and place as may be determined by the executive committee.
Section 2. Special meetings of the Congress, or its officers, committes or boards, may be held subject to the call of the president of the Congress or the chairman of the executive committee.
Section I. The officers of the Congress shall consist of a president, to be elected by the Congress; a vice-president from each state, to be chosen by the respective state delegations; and from the National Conservation Association; an executive secretary, a recording secretary, and a treasurer. Section 2. The duties of these officers may at any time be prescribed by formal action of the Congress or executive committee. In the absence of such action their duties shall be those implied by their designations and established by custom. In addition, it shall be the duty of the vice presidents to receive from the state conservations commissions, and other organizations concerned in conservation, suggestions and recommendations and report them to the executive committee of the Congress.