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Section 4. The Second Vice President shall perform the duties of the President during the absence or disability of the President and the First Vice President. In case of death, resignation, or removal from office of the President and the First Vice President, the Second Vice President shall become the President of the Club. Section 5. The Third Vice President shall perform the duties of the President during the absence or disability of the President, the First Vice President and the Second Vice President. In the case of death, resignation or removal from office of the President, the First Vice President, and the Second Vice President, the Third Vice President shall become President of the Club. Section 6. Should the President's term of office expire concurrently with his term as a Governor, his term as Governor will automatically be extended one year with full voting privileges, but he shall be ineligible for election to any national office during that year. Section 7. The Secretary shall be responsible to the Board of Governors for administrative functions of the Club. He shall keep all records pertaining to the Club, including those of the Board of Governors. He shall keep all membership records; maintain an accurate roster of members and changes of address, records covering dues collection and delinquencies; shall receive dues; prepare refund vouchers. He shall issue membership cards to all members as directed from time to time by the Board of Governors; compile a national roster and keep it current; issue quarterly reports to the Board of Governors, and make an annual report to the Club. He shall handle all routine club correspondence, incur such obligations as are provided for in the Secretarial budget and such other expenditures as are approved by the Board of Governors. He shall assemble and prepare news for publication in the club periodical and upon approval from the President, submit it to the appointed Editor for such periodical. He shall lend such clerical assistance to the Board of Governors as may be required, and conduct such other activities as the Board mat direct. Section 8. (a) The Treasurer shall receive, receipt for, and be custodian of all funds of any nature whatsoever due the Club and such contributions as may be made to it and shall deposit same in the name of the Club in a bank or banks, trust company or trust companies approved by the National Board of Governors. He shall prepare an annual budget covering recurring operational and other expenses and submit it to he National Board of Governors for approval at the Annual Reunion. He is responsible for adherence to the limitations imposed by the budget as approved by the National Board of Governors. He shall certify by affixing his signature thereto that all checks covering disbursements of Club funds for expenditures have been approved by the National Board of Governors. He shall furnish such bond as may be required by the National Board of Governors, the premium which shall be paid from funds of the Club. He shall arrange to have his books of account audited each year as directed by the Board, and shall prepare and submit to the Annual Reunion an annual report of the finances of the Club. He shall keep the National Board of Governors informed by periodic reports on the financial status of the treasury. He may utilize the facilities of the Secretary's office in discharge of his duties. (b) Funds received by the Treasurer for prepayment of dues and for life Memberships shall be deposited in saving account and transferred to the general account as they become due. Section 9. The Auditing Committee shall employ a firm of Certified Pubic Accountants to make an annual audit of the books and accounts of
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