California Laws - Corporations Code
TITLE 5. SUBVERSIVE ORGANIZATION REGISTRATION LAW
CHAPTER 2. FILING INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS (35100-35105)

CHAPTER 2. FILING INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS (35100-35105) (9683)(1-click HTML)

35100. Every subversive organization in existence on September 13, 1941, shall within 30 days after that date, and every subversive organization thereafter organized shall within 10 days after its organization, file with the Secretary of State, on such forms and in such detail as he may prescribe, the following information and documents: (9684)

(a) A complete and detailed statement subscribed, under oath, by all of its officers, showing all of the following: (9685)

(1) Its name and post-office address. (9686)

(2) The names and addresses of all its branches, chapters, and affiliates. (9687)

(3) The names, nationalities, and residence addresses of its officers and members, and the qualifications required for membership in it. (9688)

(4) The nature and extent of its existing and proposed aims, purposes, and activities. (9689)

(5) The times and places of its meetings. (9690)

(6) The description and location of the real property and the kind, quantity, and quality of the personal property owned by it, its assets and liabilities, the methods for the financing of its activities, and the names and addresses of all persons, organizations, and other sources who or which have contributed money, property, literature, or other things of value to the organization or any of its branches, chapters, or affiliates for any of its purposes. (9691)

(7) Such other information as the Secretary of State may from time to time require. (9692)

(b) A true copy, certified by all of its officers, of all of the following: (9693)

(1) Its charter, articles of association, or constitution, and its by-laws, rules, and regulations. (9694)

(2) Its oath, affirmation, or pledge of membership, if any. (9695)

(3) Each agreement, resolution, and other instrument or document relating to its organization, powers, and purposes and the powers and duties of its officers and members. (9696)

(4) Each book, pamphlet, leaflet, or other printed, written, or illustrated matter directly or indirectly issued or distributed by it or in its behalf, or to or by its members with its knowledge, consent, or approval. (9697)

(5) Such other documents as the Secretary of State may from time to time require. (9698)

(c) A description of the uniforms, badges, insignia, or other means of identification prescribed by it, and worn or carried by its officers or members, or any of such officers or members. (9699)

(d) In case it is subject to foreign control, a statement of the manner in which it is so subject. (9700)

35101. Every subversive organization shall within 10 days after any revision or amendment of, or other change with respect to, its charter, articles of association, constitution, by-laws, rules, regulations, oath, affirmation, or pledge of membership, or any part thereof, file with the Secretary of State a true copy certified by all of its officers of the revised, amended, or changed charter, articles of association, constitution, by-laws, rules, regulations, oath, affirmation, or pledge of membership, or part thereof. (9701)

35102. Every subversive organization shall within 10 days after a change has been made in its officers, or in its aims, purposes, activities, property holdings, or methods and sources of financing its activities, file with the Secretary of State a statement subscribed under oath by all of its officers showing the change. (9702)

35103. Every subversive organization shall at least once in each period of six months file with the Secretary of State a statement subscribed under oath by all of its officers showing the names and residence addresses of all persons who have been admitted to membership during that period or, if no members have been admitted during that period, a statement to that effect similarly subscribed. (9703)

35104. Every subversive organization shall within 10 days after the adoption thereof file with the Secretary of State, on such form and in such detail as he may prescribe, each resolution adopted, or the minutes of any meeting held by it, authorizing or providing for concerted action by its officers, members, or a part of its membership, to promote or prevent the passage of any act of legislation by any local, state, or federal legislative body, or to support or defeat any candidate for public office. (9704)

35105. All statements or documents filed with the Secretary of State under this title are public records and shall be open to public examination and inspection at all reasonable hours. (9705)

  

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