Article III. Sections and Subsections of the Society
The Society will encompass at least a Section on Radiation Oncology. From time to time the Executive Committee may propose that the Members establish additional Sections or Subsections of the Society. Notice of any such proposal shall be published to the Members in the Notice of the next monthly meeting of the Society and submitted to a vote by the Members of the Society at that monthly meeting. The proposed Section or Subsection will be duly established upon approval by a two-thirds vote of the Members. Such an additional Section or Subsection may be modified or deleted in the same manner.
Article II. Code of Ethics
Members of the Society are expected to conform to the Code of Ethics of the American College of Radiology.
Article I. Affiliation, Purpose and Definitions

Section 1. Affiliation

The New York Roentgen Society, Inc. (hereinafter Society) is a not-for-profit corporation formed under the laws of the State of New York. It is a local radiological society under the Bylaws of the New York State Radiological Society, Inc. (hereinafter NYSRS), which is the New York State Chapter of the American College of Radiology (hereinafter ACR).

Section 2. Purpose

The purpose of the Society is to form a closer association of the radiologists and the allied scientists practicing in the City of New York and its environs for the advancement of the science, education and practice of radiology, and maintenance of radiology as a specialty of medicine on the highest possible level.

Section 3. Definitions

# Radiologist: The term radiologist as used in these Bylaws shall mean only those physicians who limit their practice to diagnostic radiology (or any subspecialty thereof), radiation oncology, nuclear medicine, or any combination thereof.
# Allied Scientist or Member in the Allied Sciences: The term Allied Scientist or Member in the Allied Sciences as used in these Bylaws shall mean only those individuals whose professional work complements the activities and goals of radiologists and the Society, such as radiologic and MR Physicists, Radiochemists, Radiobiologists, Related Engineers, Computer Scientists and any other discipline deemed appropriate by the Executive Committee of the Society.
# Members and Membership: The term Members and Membership as used in these Bylaws shall mean and include all of the classes of members or members with the right to vote, defined in section 1 of Article IV hereof, as the context may require.

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