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PUBLIC LAW 106-225—AUG. 12, 1998 112 STAT. 1451 § 190310. Records and inspection (a) RECORDS.—The corporation shall keep— (1) correct and complete records of account; (2) minutes of the proceedings of its members, board of directors, and committees having any of the authority of its board of directors; and (3) at its principal office, a record of the names and addresses of its members entitled to vote. (b) INSPECTION.— ^A member entitled to vote, or an agent or attorney of the member, may inspect the records of the corporation for any proper purpose, at any reasonable time. §190311. Service of process The corporation shall comply with the law on service of process of each State in which it is incorporated and each State in which it carries on activities. § 190312. Liability for acts of officers and agents The corporation is liable for the acts of its officers and agents acting within the scope of their authority. §190313. Annual report The corporation shall submit an annual report to Congress on the activities of the corporation during the prior fiscal year. The report shall be submitted at the same time as the report of the audit required by section 10101 of this title. The report may not be printed as a public document. CHAPTER 2001—SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FLORISTS AND ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURISTS Sec. 200101. Organization. 200102. Purposes. 200103. Powers. 200104. Restrictions. 200105. Principal office. 200106. Nonapplication of audit requirements. §200101. Organization Society of American Florists and Ornamental Horticulturists (in this chapter, the "corporation") is a body corporate and politic in the District of Columbia. §200102. Purposes The purposes of the corporation are to educate members of the florist industry and the public, and to promote scientific development, in floriculture and horticulture. §200103. Powers The corporation may- CD adopt a constitution and bylaws for the management of its property and the regulation of its affairs; and (2)(A) hold property, in the District of Columbia or elsewhere, necessary to carry out the purposes of the corporation, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000; and (B) hold other property donated or bequeathed in any State or territory of the United States.