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Section: Incorporation; meeting for
Any church of Christ, Scientist, in this state, which is a branch of and organized in accordance with the provisions of the manual of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, hereinafter referred to as the mother church, may incorporate in the following manner: A meeting of the church shall be called by written notice, signed by six duly enrolled members of full age, setting forth the time and place of the meeting and that the meeting is for the purpose of incorporating the church, selecting a corporate name and electing trustees thereof. The notice shall be publicly read at each regular service of such church, on the two successive Sundays and the Wednesday next preceding the meeting. At the time and place so appointed, one of the signers of the notice shall call the meeting to order. A chairman, clerk and two inspectors of election shall then be elected. The clerk and the inspectors of election shall be the judges of the qualifications of the voters and shall receive the ballots cast. Only duly enrolled members of said church, in good and regular standing and of full age, shall be entitled to vote or act as officers at the meeting. Nine qualified voters shall constitute a quorum and all questions shall be decided by a majority vote of those present.
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