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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2920

PUBLIC LAW 98-565—OCT. 30, 1984

Public Law 98-565 98th Congress An Act Oct. 30, 1984 [H.R. 1095]

Corporation.

To grant a Federal charter to the 369th Veterans' Association.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, CHARTER

36 USC 3001.

SECTION 1. The 369th Veterans' Association, a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York, is hereby recognized as such and is granted a charter. POWERS

36 USC 3002.

SEC. 2. 369th Veterans' Association (hereinafter referred to as the "corporation") shall have only those powers granted to it through its bylaws and articles of incorporation filed in the State or States in which it is incorporated and subject to the laws of such State or States. OBJECTS AND PURPOSES OF CORPORATION

36 USC 3003.

SEC. 3. The objects and purposes of the corporation are those provided in its articles of incorporation and shall include— (1) to promote the principles of friendship and good will among its members; (2) to engage in all forms of social and civic endeavors that will tend to enhance the welfare of its members, and to inculcate in them the true principles of good citizenship; and (3) to memorialize, individually and collectively, the patriotic services of its members in the several units of the 369th antiaircraft artillery group and other units in the Armed Forces of the United States. SERVICE OF PROCESS

36 USC 3004.

SEC. 4. With respect to service of process, the corporation shall comply with the laws of the States in which it is incorporated and those States in which it carries on its activities in furtherance of its corporate purposes. MEMBERSHIP

36 USC 3005.

SEC. 5. Eligibility for membership in the corporation and the rights and privileges of members shall, except as provided in this Act, be as provided in the constitution and bylaws of the corporation, and terms of membership and requirements for holding office within the corporation shall not be discriminatory on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin.