The objects for which the Society is founded are:-
To encourage the breeding of British White Cattle
To establish and publish a Herd Book for them
To obtain classes and to augment prizes at Shows, and to recommend judges thereat
To investigate cases of doubtful and suspect pedigrees
To settle disputes and questions relating to, or connected with, British White Cattle
To promote sales by auction or by private treaty of registered British White Cattle
The name of the Society is the British White Cattle Society
The Society shall consist of the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and an unlimited number of members whose names and addresses shall be registered by the Secretary in a book kept for that purpose. The President shall be elected by the Annual General Meeting every other year, and the term of his office shall be for two years, but he will be eligible for re-election.
The entire control and management of the Society shall be vested in a committee, consisting of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and at least six elected members, and not more than twelve elected members, four of whom shall retire annually and be eligible for re-election. At the first executive meeting after the A.G.M. the committee may elect a chairman to serve for one year, and be eligible for re-election.