BYLAWS
 
                                       OF
 
                             ACCUSTAFF INCORPORATED*
                             (a Florida corporation)
 
                               as amended 6-30-98
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*  now known as Modis Professional Services, Inc.
 
 
 
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ARTICLE 1Definitions..............................................................................................1
                  Section 1.1  Definitions........................................................................1
 
ARTICLE 2Offices..................................................................................................1
                  Section 2.1  Principal and Business Offices.....................................................1
                  Section 2.2  Registered Office..................................................................1
 
ARTICLE 3Shareholders.............................................................................................2
                  Section 3.1  Annual Meeting.....................................................................2
                  Section 3.2  Special Meetings...................................................................2
                  Section 3.3  Place of Meeting...................................................................2
                  Section 3.4  Notice of Meeting..................................................................2
                  Section 3.5  Waiver of Notice...................................................................3
                  Section 3.6  Fixing of Record Date..............................................................3
                  Section 3.7  Shareholders' List for Meetings....................................................4
                  Section 3.8  Quorum.............................................................................5
                  Section 3.9  Voting of Shares...................................................................5
                  Section 3.10  Vote Required.....................................................................5
                  Section 3.11  Conduct of Meeting................................................................6
                  Section 3.12  Inspection of Election............................................................6
                  Section 3.13  Proxies...........................................................................6
                  Section 3.14  Shareholder Nominations and Proposals.............................................7
                  Section 3.15  Action by Shareholders Without Meeting............................................7
                  Section 3.16  Acceptance of Instruments Showing Shareholder Action..............................8
 
ARTICLE 4Board of Directors.......................................................................................8
                  Section 4.1  General Powers and Number..........................................................8
                  Section 4.2  Qualifications.....................................................................9
                  Section 4.3  Term of Office.....................................................................9
                  Section 4.4  Removal............................................................................9
                  Section 4.5  Resignation........................................................................9
                  Section 4.6  Vacancies..........................................................................9
                  Section 4.7  Compensation.......................................................................9
                  Section 4.8  Regular Meetings..................................................................10
                  Section 4.9  Special Meetings..................................................................10
                  Section 4.10  Notice...........................................................................10
                  Section 4.11  Waiver of Notice.................................................................10
                  Section 4.12  Quorum and Voting................................................................10
                  Section 4.13  Conduct of Meetings..............................................................10
                  Section 4.14  Committees.......................................................................11
                  Section 4.15  Action Without Meeting...........................................................12
 
ARTICLE 5Officers................................................................................................12
                  Section 5.1  Number............................................................................12
                  Section 5.2  Election and Term of Office.......................................................12
                  Section 5.3  Removal...........................................................................12
                  Section 5.4  Resignation.......................................................................12
                  Section 5.5  Vacancies.........................................................................12
                  Section 5.6  President.........................................................................13
                  Section 5.7  Chief Operating Officer...........................................................13
                  Section 5.8  Vice Presidents...................................................................13
                  Section 5.9  Secretary.........................................................................13
                  Section 5.10  Treasurer........................................................................14
                  Section 5.11 Assistant Secretaries and Assistant Treasurers....................................14
                  Section 5.12  Other Assistants and Acting Officers.............................................14
                  Section 5.13  Salaries.........................................................................14
 
ARTICLE 6Contracts, Checks and Deposits; Special Corporate Acts..................................................15
                  Section 6.1  Contracts.........................................................................15
                  Section 6.2  Checks, Drafts, etc...............................................................15
                  Section 6.3  Deposits..........................................................................15
                  Section 6.4  Voting of Securities Owned by Corporation.........................................15
 
ARTICLE 7Certificates for Shares; Transfer of Shares.............................................................16
                  Section 7.1  Consideration for Shares..........................................................16
                  Section 7.2  Certificates for Shares...........................................................16
                  Section 7.3  Transfer of Shares................................................................16
                  Section 7.4  Restrictions on Transfer..........................................................17
                  Section 7.5  Lost, Destroyed, or Stolen Certificates...........................................17
                  Section 7.6  Stock Regulations.................................................................17
 
ARTICLE 8Seal....................................................................................................17
                  Section 8.1  Seal..............................................................................17
 
ARTICLE 9Books and Records.......................................................................................17
                  Section 9.1 Books and Records..................................................................17
                  Section 9.2  Shareholders' Inspection Rights...................................................18
                  Section 9.3  Distribution of Financial Information.............................................18
                  Section 9.4  Other Reports.....................................................................18
 
ARTICLE 10Indemnification........................................................................................18
                  Section 10.1 Provision of Indemnification......................................................18
 
ARTICLE 11Amendments.............................................................................................19
                  Section 11.1 Power to Amend....................................................................19
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                                    ARTICLE 1
 
                                   Definitions
 
Section 1.1  .....Definitions.  The  following  terms  shall have the  following
meanings for purposes of these bylaws:
 
     'Act' means the Florida Business Corporation Act, as it may be amended from
time to time, or any successor legislation thereto.
 
     'Deliver' or  'delivery'  includes  delivery by hand;  United  States mail;
facsimile,  telegraph,  teletype or other form of electronic  transmission;  and
private mail carriers handling nationwide mail services.
 
     'Distribution'  means a  direct  or  indirect  transfer  of  money or other
property  (except shares in the corporation) or an incurrence of indebtedness by
the  corporation to or for the benefit of  shareholders in respect of any of the
corporation's  shares.  A  distribution  may be in the form of a declaration  or
payment of a dividend; a purchase, redemption, or other acquisition of shares; a
distribution of indebtedness; or otherwise.
 
     'Principal  office'  means  the  office  (within  or  without  the State of
Florida) where the corporation's  principal  executive  offices are located,  as
designated  in the  Articles of  Incorporation  until an annual  report has been
filed with the Florida  Department of State, and thereafter as designated in the
annual report.
 
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                                     Offices
 
Section 1.2 .....Principal  and Business Offices.  The corporation may have such
principal  and other  business  offices,  either  within or without the State of
Florida,  as the Board of  Directors  may  designate  or as the  business of the
corporation may require from time to time.
 
Section 1.3  .....Registered  Office.  The registered  office of the corporation
required by the Act to be maintained in the State of Florida may but need not be
identical with the principal office if located in the State of Florida,  and the
address of the  registered  office may be changed from time to time by the Board
of Directors or by the registered  agent.  The business office of the registered
agent of the corporation shall be identical to such registered office.
 
 
 
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                                    ARTICLE 3
 
                                  Shareholders
 
Section 1.4 .....Annual  Meeting.  The annual meeting of  shareholders  shall be
held within four months  after the close of each fiscal year of the  corporation
on a date and at a time and place designated by the Board of Directors,  for the
purpose of electing  directors and for the transaction of such other business as
may come before the meeting.  If the election of directors  shall not be held on
the day fixed as herein provided for any annual meeting of  shareholders,  or at
any adjournment  thereof,  the Board of Directors shall cause the election to be
held at a special meeting of shareholders as soon thereafter as is practicable.
 
Section 1.5  .....Special Meetings.
 
(1) Call by Directors or President.  Special meetings of  shareholders,  for any
purpose or purposes,  may be called by the Board of  Directors,  the Chairman of
the Board (if any) or the President.
 
(2) Call by  Shareholders.  The  corporation  shall  call a special  meeting  of
shareholders  in the event that the holders of at least  forty (40%)  percent of
all of the votes  entitled to be cast on any issue  proposed to be considered at
the proposed  special  meeting sign,  date,  and deliver to the Secretary one or
more written  demands for the meeting  describing one or more purposes for which
it is to be held. The  corporation  shall give notice of such a special  meeting
within  sixty  days  after  the  date  that  the  demand  is  delivered  to  the
corporation.
 
Section 1.6  .....Place  of Meeting.  The Board of Directors  may  designate any
place,  either  within or without the State of Florida,  as the place of meeting
for any annual or special  meeting of  shareholders.  If no designation is made,
the place of meeting shall be the principal office of the corporation.
 
Section 1.7  .....Notice of Meeting.
 
(1) Content and Delivery.  Written notice  stating the date,  time, and place of
any meeting of shareholders  and, in the case of a special meeting,  the purpose
or purposes for which the meeting is called,  shall be  delivered  not less than
ten days nor more than  sixty days  before the date of the  meeting by or at the
direction  of the  President  or the  Secretary,  or the officer or persons duly
calling the  meeting,  to each  shareholder  of record  entitled to vote at such
meeting  and to such  other  persons  as  required  by the Act.  Unless  the Act
requires  otherwise,  notice of an annual meeting need not include a description
of the purpose or purposes for which the meeting is called. If mailed, notice of
a meeting of shareholders  shall be deemed to be delivered when deposited in the
United  States mail,  addressed to the  shareholder  at his or her address as it
appears on the stock  record  books of the  corporation,  with  postage  thereon
prepaid.
 
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2) Notice of Adjourned Meetings. If an annual or special meeting of shareholders
is adjourned to a different date, time, or place,  the corporation  shall not be
required to give notice of the new date,  time, or place if the new date,  time,
or place is announced at the meeting before adjournment; provided, however, that
if a new  record  date  for an  adjourned  meeting  is or  must  be  fixed,  the
corporation  shall give  notice of the  adjourned  meeting  to  persons  who are
shareholders  as of the new  record  date  who are  entitled  to  notice  of the
meeting.
 
(3) No Notice Under Certain Circumstances.  Notwithstanding the other provisions
of this  Section,  no  notice of a meeting  of  shareholders  need be given to a
shareholder  if: (1) an annual report and proxy  statement  for two  consecutive
annual meetings of shareholders, or (2) all, and at least two, checks in payment
of  dividends or interest on  securities  during a twelve month period have been
sent by first-class,  United States mail, addressed to the shareholder at his or
her address as it appears on the share  transfer books of the  corporation,  and
returned  undeliverable.  The obligation of the  corporation to give notice of a
shareholders'  meeting  to any such  shareholder  shall be  reinstated  once the
corporation  has  received a new address for such  shareholder  for entry on its
share transfer books.
 
Section 1.8  .....Waiver of Notice.
 
(1) Written  Waiver.  A shareholder  may waive any notice required by the Act or
these  bylaws  before or after the date and time  stated for the  meeting in the
notice. The waiver shall be in writing and signed by the shareholder entitled to
the notice,  and be delivered to the corporation for inclusion in the minutes or
filing with the corporate records.  Neither the business to be transacted at nor
the purpose of any regular or special meeting of shareholders  need be specified
in any written waiver of notice.
 
(2) Waiver by Attendance.  A shareholder's attendance at a meeting, in person or
by  proxy,  waives  objection  to all of the  following:  (1) lack of  notice or
defective notice of the meeting,  unless the shareholder at the beginning of the
meeting  objects to holding the meeting or transacting  business at the meeting;
and (2)  consideration of a particular  matter at the meeting that is not within
the purpose or purposes described in the meeting notice,  unless the shareholder
objects to considering the matter when it is presented.
 
Section 1.9  .....Fixing of Record Date.
 
(1) General. The Board of Directors may fix in advance a date as the record date
for  the  purpose  of   determining   shareholders   entitled  to  notice  of  a
shareholders'  meeting,  entitled to vote, or take any other action. In no event
may a record date fixed by the Board of Directors be a date  preceding  the date
upon which the resolution  fixing the record date is adopted or a date more than
seventy days before the date of meeting or action  requiring a determination  of
shareholders.
 
(2) Special Meeting.  The record date for determining  shareholders  entitled to
demand a special  meeting  shall be the close of  business on the date the first
shareholder delivers his or her demand to the corporation.
 
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3) Shareholder Action by Written Consent.  If no prior action is required by the
Board  of  Directors  pursuant  to the Act,  the  record  date  for  determining
shareholders  entitled  to take action  without a meeting  shall be the close of
business on the date the first signed written consent with respect to the action
in question is delivered to the corporation.  If prior action is required by the
Board of Directors  pursuant to the Act,  such record date shall be the close of
business  on the date on which  the Board of  Directors  adopts  the  resolution
taking such prior action unless the Board of Directors  otherwise fixes a record
date.
 
(4) Absence of Board  Determination for Shareholders'  Meeting.  If the Board of
Directors  does not  determine  the  record  date for  determining  shareholders
entitled to notice of and to vote at an annual or special shareholders' meeting,
such  record  date shall be the close of  business  on the date before the first
notice with respect thereto is delivered to shareholders.
 
(5) Adjourned  Meeting. A record date for determining  shareholders  entitled to
notice of or to vote at a shareholders' meeting is effective for any adjournment
of the meeting unless the Board of Directors  fixes a new record date,  which it
must do if the meeting is  adjourned to a date more than 120 days after the date
fixed for the original meeting.
 
(6) Certain  Distributions.  If the Board of Directors  does not  determine  the
record date for determining  shareholders entitled to a distribution (other than
one involving a purchase,  redemption, or other acquisition of the corporation's
shares or a share dividend),  such record date shall be the close of business on
the date on which the Board of Directors authorizes the distribution.
 
Section 1.10  ....Shareholders' List for Meetings.
 
(1)  Preparation  and  Availability.  After  a  record  date  for a  meeting  of
shareholders has been fixed, the corporation  shall prepare an alphabetical list
of the names of all of the shareholders  entitled to notice of the meeting.  The
list  shall be  arranged  by class or series  of  shares,  if any,  and show the
address of and  number of shares  held by each  shareholder.  Such list shall be
available for  inspection by any  shareholder  for a period of ten days prior to
the  meeting or such  shorter  time as exists  between  the record  date and the
meeting date, and continuing through the meeting, at the corporation's principal
office,  at a place  identified  in the  meeting  notice  in the city  where the
meeting will be held, or at the office of the  corporation's  transfer  agent or
registrar,  if any. A  shareholder  or his or her agent may, on written  demand,
inspect  the  list,  subject  to the  requirements  of the Act,  during  regular
business  hours and at his or her  expense,  during the period that is available
for  inspection  pursuant  to this  Section.  The  corporation  shall  make  the
shareholders'  list  available at the meeting and any  shareholder or his or her
agent or  attorney  may  inspect  the list at any time during the meeting or any
adjournment thereof.
 
(2) Prima Facie Evidence.  The shareholders' list is prima facie evidence of the
identity of shareholders  entitled to examine the shareholders'  list or to vote
at a meeting of shareholders.
 
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3)  Failure  to  Comply.  If the  requirements  of this  Section  have  not been
substantially   complied  with,  or  if  the  corporation  refuses  to  allow  a
shareholder  or his or her agent or attorney to inspect the  shareholders'  list
before or at the  meeting,  on the  demand of any  shareholder,  in person or by
proxy, who failed to get such access,  the meeting shall be adjourned until such
requirements are complied with.
 
(4)  Validity  of Action  Not  Affected.  Refusal  or failure to prepare or make
available  the  shareholders'  list shall not affect the  validity of any action
taken at a meeting of shareholders.
 
Section 1.11  ....Quorum.
 
(1) What  Constitutes  a Quorum.  Shares  entitled to vote as a separate  voting
group may take action on a matter at a meeting  only if a quorum of those shares
exists with respect to that  matter.  If the  corporation  has only one class of
stock  outstanding,  such class shall  constitute  a separate  voting  group for
purposes of this Section. Except as otherwise provided in the Act, a majority of
the votes  entitled to be cast on the matter  shall  constitute  a quorum of the
voting group for action on that matter.
 
(2)  Presence  of  Shares.  Once a share is  represented  for any  purpose  at a
meeting,  other than for the  purpose of  objecting  to holding  the  meeting or
transacting  business at the meeting,  it is considered  present for purposes of
determining whether a quorum exists for the remainder of the meeting and for any
adjournment  of that meeting  unless a new record date is or must be set for the
adjourned meeting.
 
(3) Adjournment in Absence of Quorum. Where a quorum is not present, the holders
of a majority of the shares represented and who would be entitled to vote at the
meeting if a quorum were present may adjourn such meeting from time to time.
 
Section  1.12  ....Voting  of Shares.  Except as  provided  in the  Articles  of
Incorporation  or the Act,  each  outstanding  share,  regardless  of class,  is
entitled to one vote on each matter voted on at a meeting of shareholders.
 
Section 1.13  ....Vote Required.
 
(1) Matters Other Than Election of Directors.  If a quorum exists, except in the
case of the election of  directors,  action on a matter shall be approved if the
votes cast within the voting  group  favoring  the action  exceed the votes cast
opposing  the action,  unless the Act requires a greater  number of  affirmative
votes.
 
(2) Election of Directors.  Each director shall be elected by a plurality of the
votes cast by the shares  entitled  to vote in the  election of  directors  at a
meeting at which as quorum is present.  Each shareholder who is entitled to vote
at an election of directors  has the right to vote the number of shares owned by
him  or  her  for  as  many  persons  as  there  are  directors  to be  elected.
Shareholders do not have a right to cumulate their votes for directors.
 
 
Section 1.14 ....Conduct of Meeting. The Chairman of the Board of Directors, and
if there be none,  or in his or her absence,  the  President,  and in his or her
absence,  a Vice  President  in the order  provided  under the  Section of these
bylaws entitled 'Vice  Presidents',  and in their absence,  any person chosen by
the shareholders  present shall call a shareholders'  meeting to order and shall
act as presiding  officer of the meeting,  and the Secretary of the  corporation
shall act as secretary of all meetings of the shareholders,  but, in the absence
of the Secretary,  the presiding  officer may appoint any other person to act as
secretary of the meeting.  The presiding officer of the meeting shall have broad
discretion in determining the order of business at a shareholders'  meeting. The
presiding  officer's  authority to conduct the meeting shall include,  but in no
way be limited to, recognizing  shareholders  entitled to speak, calling for the
necessary  reports,  stating  questions and putting them to a vote,  calling for
nominations,  and announcing the results of voting.  The presiding  officer also
shall take such actions as are necessary and  appropriate  to preserve  order at
the meeting.  The rules of  parliamentary  procedure need not be observed in the
conduct of  shareholders'  meetings;  however,  meetings  shall be  conducted in
accordance  with accepted  usage and common  practice with fair treatment to all
who are entitled to take part.
 
Section 1.15 ....Inspection of Election. Inspectors of election may be appointed
by the Board of  Directors  to act at any meeting of  shareholders  at which any
vote is taken.  If inspectors  of election are not so  appointed,  the presiding
officer of the meeting may, and on the request of any  shareholder  shall,  make
such  appointment.  The  inspectors  of election  shall  determine the number of
shares  outstanding,  the  voting  rights  with  respect  to  each,  the  shares
represented  at the meeting,  the existence of a quorum,  and the  authenticity,
validity, and effect of proxies; receive votes, ballots,  consents, and waivers;
hear and determine all challenges and questions  arising in connection  with the
vote;  count and  tabulate  all votes,  consents,  and  waivers;  determine  and
announce  the result;  and do such acts as are proper to conduct the election or
vote with fairness to all shareholders.  No inspector,  whether appointed by the
Board of Directors or by the person acting as presiding  officer of the meeting,
need be a shareholder.
 
Section 1.16  ....Proxies.
 
(1) Appointment. At all meetings of shareholders,  a shareholder may vote his or
her shares in person or by proxy.  A shareholder  may appoint a proxy to vote or
otherwise  act for the  shareholder  by  signing  an  appointment  form,  either
personally or by his or her  attorney-in-fact.  If an appointment form expressly
provides,  any proxy holder may appoint,  in writing, a substitute to act in his
or her place. A telegraph,  telex, or a cablegram, a facsimile transmission of a
signed  appointment  form,  or  a  photographic,   photostatic,   or  equivalent
reproduction of a signed appointment form is a sufficient appointment form.
 
(2) When Effective.  An appointment of a proxy is effective when received by the
Secretary or other  officer or agent of the  corporation  authorized to tabulate
votes. An appointment is valid for up to eleven months unless a longer period is
expressly  provided  in the  appointment  form.  An  appointment  of a proxy  is
revocable by the shareholder  unless the appointment form  conspicuously  states
that it is irrevocable and the appointment is coupled with an interest.
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Section  1.17  ....Shareholder   Nominations  and  Proposals.   Any  shareholder
nomination  for  director or proposal  for action at a  forthcoming  shareholder
meeting  must be  delivered  to the  corporation  no later than the deadline for
submitting  shareholder  proposals  pursuant to Securities  Exchange  Commission
Regulations Section 240.14a-8.  The presiding officer at any shareholder meeting
shall not be required to  recognize  any  nomination  or proposal  which did not
comply with such deadline.
 
Section 1.18  ....Action by Shareholders Without Meeting.
 
(1) Requirements for Written  Consents.  Any action required or permitted by the
Act to be taken at any annual or special  meeting of  shareholders  may be taken
without a  meeting,  without  prior  notice,  and  without a vote if one or more
written  consents  describing  the action taken shall be signed and dated by the
holders of  outstanding  stock entitled to vote thereon having not less than the
minimum number of votes that would be necessary to authorize or take such action
at a meeting at which all shares  entitled  to vote  thereon  were  present  and
voted.  Such  consents  must  be  delivered  to  the  principal  office  of  the
corporation  in Florida,  the  corporation's  principal  place of business,  the
Secretary,  or another officer or agent of the corporation having custody of the
books in which proceedings of meetings of shareholders are recorded.  No written
consent  shall be effective  to take the  corporate  action  referred to therein
unless, within sixty days of the date of the earliest dated consent delivered in
the manner  required  herein,  written  consents signed by the number of holders
required  to take action are  delivered  to the  corporation  by delivery as set
forth in this Section.
 
(2) Revocation of Written Consents.  Any written consent may be revoked prior to
the date that the  corporation  receives  the  required  number of  consents  to
authorize the proposed action.  No revocation is effective unless in writing and
until  received by the  corporation  at its  principal  office in Florida or its
principal  place of business,  or received by the  Secretary or other officer or
agent  having  custody  of  the  books  in  which  proceedings  of  meetings  of
shareholders are recorded.
 
(3) Notice to Nonconsenting  Shareholders.  Within ten days after obtaining such
authorization  by  written  consent,  notice  must be given in  writing to those
shareholders  who have not  consented in writing or who are not entitled to vote
on the action.  The notice shall fairly  summarize the material  features of the
authorized  action and, if the action be such for which  dissenters'  rights are
provided under the Act, the notice shall contain a clear  statement of the right
of shareholders  dissenting  therefrom to be paid the fair value of their shares
upon  compliance  with  the  provisions  of the  Act  regarding  the  rights  of
dissenting shareholders.
 
(4) Same Effect as Vote at Meeting.  A consent signed under this Section has the
effect of a meeting vote and may be described as such in any document.  Whenever
action is taken by written consent pursuant to this Section, the written consent
of the  shareholders  consenting  thereto or the written  reports of  inspectors
appointed  to  tabulate  such  consents  shall be  filed  with  the  minutes  of
proceedings of shareholders.
 
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Section 1.19  ....Acceptance of Instruments  Showing  Shareholder Action. If the
name signed on a vote, consent,  waiver, or proxy appointment corresponds to the
name of a shareholder,  the corporation, if acting in good faith, may accept the
vote,  consent,  waiver, or proxy appointment and give it effect as the act of a
shareholder. If the name signed on a vote, consent, waiver, or proxy appointment
does not correspond to the name of a shareholder,  the corporation, if acting in
good faith, may accept the vote, consent,  waiver, or proxy appointment and give
it effect as the act of the shareholder if any of the following apply:
 
(1) The  shareholder is an entity and the name signed  purports to be that of an
officer or agent of the entity;
 
(2) The name signed purports to be that of an administrator, executor, guardian,
personal representative, or conservator representing the shareholder and, if the
corporation requests, evidence of fiduciary status acceptable to the corporation
is presented with respect to the vote, consent, waiver, or proxy appointment;
 
(3) The name signed  purports to be that of a receiver or trustee in bankruptcy,
or  assignee  for the  benefit  of  creditors  of the  shareholder  and,  if the
corporation  requests,  evidence of this status acceptable to the corporation is
presented with respect to the vote, consent, waiver, or proxy appointment;
 
(4) The name  signed  purports  to be that of a pledgee,  beneficial  owner,  or
attorney-in-fact of the shareholder and, if the corporation  requests,  evidence
acceptable  to the  corporation  of the  signatory's  authority  to sign for the
shareholder is presented  with respect to the vote,  consent,  waiver,  or proxy
appointment; or
 
(5) Two or more persons are the  shareholder as covenants or fiduciaries and the
name  signed  purports to be the name of at least one of the  co-owners  and the
person signing appears to be acting on behalf of all co-owners.
 
The corporation may reject a vote, consent,  waiver, or proxy appointment if the
Secretary or other  officer of agent of the  corporation  who is  authorized  to
tabulate votes,  acting in good faith,  has reasonable basis for doubt about the
validity of the signature on it or about the  signatory's  authority to sign for
the shareholder.
 
                                    ARTICLE 4
 
                               Board of Directors
 
Section  1.20  ....General  Powers and Number.  All  corporate  powers  shall be
exercised  by or under the  authority  of, and the  business  and affairs of the
corporation  managed  under  the  direction  of,  the  Board of  Directors.  The
corporation  shall have seven (7) directors  initially.  The number of directors
may be  increased  or  decreased  from time to time by vote of a majority of the
entire  Board of  Directors,  but  shall  never be less  than four nor more than
eleven.
 
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Section  1.21  ....Qualifications.  Directors  must be natural  persons  who are
eighteen  years of age or  older  but need  not be  residents  of this  state or
shareholders of the corporation.
 
Section 1.22 ....Term of Office.  Each director shall hold office until the next
annual meeting of  shareholders  and until his or her successor  shall have been
elected and, if necessary, qualified, or until there is a decrease in the number
of  directors  which takes effect after the  expiration  of his or her term,  or
until his or her prior death, resignation or removal.
 
Section 1.23 ....Removal. The shareholders may remove one or more directors with
or without cause. A director may be removed by the  shareholders at a meeting of
shareholders,  provided that the notice of the meeting  states that the purpose,
or one of the purposes, of the meeting is such removal.
 
Section 1.24  ....Resignation.  A director may resign at any time by  delivering
written  notice to the Board of  Directors  or its  Chairman  (if any) or to the
corporation.  A director's resignation is effective when the notice is delivered
unless the notice specifies a later effective date.
 
Section 1.25  ....Vacancies.
 
(1) Who May Fill  Vacancies.  Except as  provided  below,  whenever  any vacancy
occurs on the Board of Directors, including a vacancy resulting from an increase
in the  number  of  directors,  it may be filled  by the  affirmative  vote of a
majority of the  remaining  directors  though less than a quorum of the Board of
Directors,  or by the shareholders.  If the directors first fill a vacancy,  the
shareholders  shall have no further right with respect to that  vacancy,  and if
the  shareholders  first fill the vacancy,  the directors  shall have no further
rights with respect to that vacancy.
 
(2) Directors  Electing by Voting Groups.  Whenever the holders of shares of any
voting  group  are  entitled  to elect a class of one or more  directors  by the
provisions  of the  Articles of  Incorporation,  vacancies  in such class may be
filled by  holders  of  shares  of that  voting  group or by a  majority  of the
directors  then in office  elected by such voting  group or by a sole  remaining
director so  elected.  If no director  elected by such voting  group  remains in
office,  unless the Articles of Incorporation  provide otherwise,  directors not
elected by such voting group may fill vacancies.
 
(3) Prospective  Vacancies.  A vacancy that will occur at a specific later date,
because of a resignation  effective at a later date or otherwise,  may be filled
before the vacancy  occurs,  but the new  director may not take office until the
vacancy occurs.
 
Section  1.26  ....Compensation.  The Board of  Directors,  irrespective  of any
personal interest of any of its members, may establish a reasonable compensation
of all directors for services to the  corporation  as  directors,  officers,  or
otherwise, or may delegate such authority to an appropriate committee. The Board
of Directors also shall have the authority to provide for or delegate  authority
to an appropriate  committee to provide for reasonable  pensions,  disability or
death  benefits,  and other benefits or payments,  to directors,  officers,  and
employees  and to their  families,  dependents,  estates,  or  beneficiaries  on
account  of  prior  services  rendered  to the  corporation  by such  directors,
officers, and employees.
Section 1.1  .....
 
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Section 1.27 ....Regular  Meetings.  A regular meeting of the Board of Directors
shall be held without other notice than this bylaw  immediately after the annual
meeting of shareholders and each adjourned  session  thereof.  The place of such
regular  meeting  shall be the same as the place of the meeting of  shareholders
which  precedes  it, or such other  suitable  place as may be  announced at such
meeting of shareholders.  The Board of Directors may provide, by resolution, the
date,  time, and place,  either within or without the State of Florida,  for the
holding of additional  regular meetings of the Board of Directors without notice
other than such resolution.
 
Section 1.28  ....Special  Meetings.  Special meetings of the Board of Directors
may be called by the Chairman of the Board (if any),  the President or one-third
of the  members of the Board of  Directors.  The person or persons  calling  the
meeting may fix any place, either within or without the State of Florida, as the
place for holding any special meeting of the Board of Directors, and if no other
place is fixed,  the place of the meeting shall be the  principal  office of the
corporation in the State of Florida.
 
Section 1.29  ....Notice.  Special  meetings of the Board of  Directors  must be
preceded  by at least two  days'  notice  of the  date,  time,  and place of the
meeting. The notice need not described the purpose of the special meeting.
 
Section 1.30 ....Waiver of Notice. Notice of a meeting of the Board of Directors
need not be given to any director who signs a waiver of notice  either before or
after the  meeting.  Attendance  of a director at a meeting  shall  constitute a
waiver of notice of such  meeting  and waiver of any and all  objections  to the
place of the  meeting,  the time of the  meeting,  or the manner in which it has
been called or convened,  except when a director states, at the beginning of the
meeting  or  promptly  upon  arrival  at  the  meeting,  any  objection  to  the
transaction of business because the meeting is not lawfully called or convened.
 
Section 1.31 ....Quorum and Voting. A quorum of the Board of Directors  consists
of a majority of the number of directors prescribed by these bylaws. If a quorum
is present when a vote is taken, the affirmative vote of a majority of directors
present is the act of the Board of  Directors.  A  director  who is present at a
meeting of the Board of Directors or a committee of the Board of Directors  when
corporate action is taken is deemed to have assented to the action taken unless:
(a) he or she objects at the  beginning of the meeting (or promptly  upon his or
her arrival) to holding it or transacting  specified business at the meeting; or
(b) he or she votes against or abstains from the action taken.
 
Section 1.32  ....Conduct of Meetings.
 
(1) Presiding Officer. The Board of Directors may elect from among its members a
Chairman of the Board of  Directors,  who shall preside at meetings of the Board
of Directors.  The Chairman, and if there be none, or in his or her absence, the
President,  and in his or her absence,  a Vice  President in the order  provided
under  the  Section  of these  bylaws  titled  'Vice  Presidents',  and in their
absence,  any director chosen by the directors  present,  shall call meetings of
the  Board of  Directors  to order and shall  act as  presiding  officer  of the
meeting.
 
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(2)  Minutes.  The  Secretary of the  corporation  shall act as secretary of all
meetings  of the Board of  Directors  but in the absence of the  Secretary,  the
presiding  officer may appoint any other  person  present to act as secretary of
the meeting. Minutes of any regular or special meeting of the Board of Directors
shall be prepared and distributed to each director.
 
(3) Adjournments.  A majority of the directors present,  whether or not a quorum
exists,  may adjourn any meeting of the Board of  Directors  to another time and
place.  Notice of any such adjourned meeting shall be given to the directors who
are not present at the time of the adjournment and, unless the time and place of
the adjourned meeting are announced at the time of the adjournment, to the other
directors.
 
(4)  Participation  by Conference Call or Similar Means.  The Board of Directors
may permit any or all directors to participate in a regular or a special meeting
by, or conduct the meeting  through  the use of, any means of  communication  by
which all directors  participating may simultaneously hear each other during the
meeting.  A  director  participating  in a meeting by this means is deemed to be
present in person at the meeting.
 
Section 1.33 ....Committees.  The Board of Directors, by resolution adopted by a
majority of the full Board of Directors, may designate from among its members an
Executive  Committee and one or more other committees (which may include, by way
of example and not as a limitation, a Compensation Committee, an Audit Committee
and a  Nominating  Committee)  each of which,  to the  extent  provided  in such
resolution,  shall  have and may  exercise  all the  authority  of the  Board of
Directors, except that no such committee shall have the authority to:
 
(1) approve or recommend to  shareholders  actions or proposals  required by the
Act to be approved by shareholders;
 
(2) fill vacancies on the Board of Directors or any committee thereof;
 
(3)               adopt, amend, or repeal these bylaws;
 
(4)  authorize  or approve  the  reacquisition  of shares  unless  pursuant to a
general formula or method specified by the Board of Directors; or
 
(5)  authorize  or approve  the  issuance  or sale or  contract  for the sale of
shares,  or determine the  designation  and relative  rights,  preferences,  and
limitations of a voting group except that the Board of Directors may authorize a
committee (or a senior  executive  officer of the  corporation)  to do so within
limits specifically prescribed by the Board of Directors.
 
Each committee must have two or more members, who shall serve at the pleasure of
the Board of  Directors.  The  Board of  Directors,  by  resolution  adopted  in
accordance  with this Section,  may designate one or more directors as alternate
members of any such committee,  who may act in the place and stead of any absent
member or members at any  meeting of such  committee.  The  provisions  of these
bylaws which govern meetings, notice and waiver or notice, and quorum and voting
requirements  of the Board of Directors apply to committees and their members as
well.
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Section 1.34 ....Action Without Meeting. Any action required or permitted by the
Act to be taken at a meeting of the Board of  Directors  or a committee  thereof
may be taken  without a meeting  if the  action is taken by all  members  of the
Board or of the  committee.  The action may be  evidenced by one or more written
consents  describing  the action  taken,  signed by each  director or  committee
member and retained by the corporation.  Such action shall be effective when the
last  director  or  committee  member  signs the  consent,  unless  the  consent
specifies a different  effective  date. A consent  signed under this Section has
the effect of a vote at a meeting and may be described as such in any document.
 
                                    ARTICLE 5
 
                                    Officers
 
Section 1.35  ....Number.  The principal  officers of the  corporation  may be a
President, a Chief Operating Officer, the number of Vice Presidents,  if any, as
authorized  from  time to time by the  Board of  Directors,  a  Secretary  and a
Treasurer,  each of whom shall be elected by the Board of Directors.  Such other
officers and  assistant  officers as may be deemed  necessary  may be elected or
appointed by the Board of Directors.  The Board of Directors may also  authorize
any  duly  appointed  officer  to  appoint  one or more  officers  or  assistant
officers. The same individual may simultaneously hold more than one office.
 
Section 1.36 ....Election and Term of Office. The officers of the corporation to
be elected by the Board of Directors  shall be elected  annually by the Board of
Directors at the first meeting of the Board of Directors  held after each annual
meeting of the  shareholders.  If the election of officers  shall not be held at
such meeting,  such election shall be held as soon thereafter as is practicable.
Each officer shall hold office until his or her  successor  shall have been duly
elected or until his or her prior death, resignation, or removal.
 
Section 1.37  ....Removal.  The Board of  Directors  may remove any officer and,
unless  restricted by the Board of Directors,  an officer may remove any officer
or assistant  officer  appointed by that officer,  at any time,  with or without
cause and  notwithstanding  the contract rights, if any, of the officer removed.
The appointment of an officer does not of itself create contract rights.
 
Section 1.38  ....Resignation.  An officer may resign at any time by  delivering
notice to the corporation. The resignation shall be effective when the notice is
delivered,   unless  the  notice  specifies  a  later  effective  date  and  the
corporation accepts the later effective date. If a resignation is made effective
at a later date and the  corporation  accepts  the future  effective  date,  the
pending  vacancy may be filled before the  effective  date but the successor may
not take office until the effective date.
 
Section 1.39 ....Vacancies.  A vacancy in any principal office because of death,
resignation,  removal,  disqualification,  or otherwise, shall be filled as soon
thereafter as practicable by the Board of Directors for the unexpired portion of
the term.
 
 
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Section 1.40  ....President.  The  President  shall be the  principal  executive
officer  of the  corporation  and,  subject  to the  direction  of the  Board of
Directors,  shall in general  supervise  and  control  all of the  business  and
affairs of the corporation.  The President shall,  when present,  preside at all
meetings of the shareholders  and, if no Chairman of the Board has been elected,
shall  preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors.  The  President  shall
have  authority,  subject  to such  rules as may be  prescribed  by the Board of
Directors,  to appoint such agents and employees of the corporation as he or she
shall deem necessary, to prescribe their powers, duties and compensation, and to
delegate  authority to them.  Such agents and employees shall hold office at the
discretion  of the  President.  The  President  shall  have  authority  to  sign
certificates  for shares of the  corporation,  the  issuance of which shall have
been  authorized by  resolution  of the Board of  Directors,  and to execute and
acknowledge,  on  behalf  of  the  corporation,  all  deeds,  mortgages,  bonds,
contracts,  leases, reports, and all other documents or instruments necessary or
proper to be executed in the course of the corporation's  regular  business,  or
which shall be authorized by resolution of the Board of Directors;  and,  except
as  otherwise  provided  by law or the Board of  Directors,  the  President  may
authorize  any Vice  President or other officer or agent of the  corporation  to
execute and  acknowledge  such  documents or instruments in his or her place and
stead.  In general he or she shall perform all duties  incident to the office of
President  and such other duties as may be  prescribed by the Board of Directors
from time to time.
 
Section 1.41 ....Chief Operating Officer. The Chief Operating Officer shall: (a)
be responsible  for  supervising  and  controlling  the daily  operations of the
corporation;  and (b) in general  perform  all duties  incident to the office of
Chief  Operating  officer and have such other duties and exercise such authority
as from time to time may be  delegated  or assigned by the  President  or by the
Board of Directors.
 
Section  1.42  ....Vice  Presidents.  In the absence of the  President or in the
event of the President's death, inability or refusal to act, or in the event for
any reason it shall be  impracticable  for the President to act personally,  the
Vice  President,  if any (or in the event there be more than one Vice President,
the Vice Presidents in the order designated by the Board of Directors, or in the
absence of any designation,  then in the order of their election), shall perform
the duties of the  President,  and when so acting,  shall have all the powers of
and be subject to all the  restrictions  upon the President.  Any Vice President
may sign certificates for shares of the corporation, the issuance of which shall
have been authorized by resolution of the Board of Directors;  and shall perform
such other duties and have such  authority as from time to time may be delegated
or assigned to him or her by the  President  or by the Board of  Directors.  The
execution of any instrument of the  corporation  by any Vice President  shall be
conclusive evidence,  as to third parties, of his or her authority to act in the
stead of the President.
 
 
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Section 1.43 ....Secretary.  The Secretary shall: (a) keep, or cause to be kept,
minutes of the meetings of the  shareholders  and of the Board of Directors (and
of committees thereof) in one or more books provided for that purpose (including
records of  actions  taken by the  shareholders  or the Board of  Directors  (or
committees  thereof)  without a  meeting);  (b) be  custodian  of the  corporate
records and of the seal of the corporation, if any, and if the corporation has a
seal,  see that it is affixed to all  documents the execution of which on behalf
of the  corporation  under its seal is duly  authorized;  (c)  authenticate  the
records of the  corporation;  (d) maintain a record of the  shareholders  of the
corporation,  in a form  that  permits  preparation  of a list of the  names and
addresses  of all  shareholders,  by class or series of shares and  showing  the
number and class or series of shares held by each shareholder;  (e) have general
charge  of the  stock  transfer  books of the  corporation;  and (f) in  general
perform  all  duties  incident  to the office of  Secretary  and have such other
duties and  exercise  such  authority  as from time to time may be  delegated or
assigned by the President or by the Board of Directors.
 
Section 1.44 ....Treasurer.  The Treasurer shall: (a) have charge and custody of
and be responsible for all funds and securities of the corporation; (b) maintain
appropriate accounting records; (c) receive and give receipts for monies due and
payable to the  corporation  from any source  whatsoever,  and  deposit all such
monies in the name of the corporation in such banks,  trust companies,  or other
depositaries  as shall be selected in  accordance  with the  provisions of these
bylaws;  and (d) in general  perform all of the duties incident to the office of
Treasurer and have such other duties and exercise  such other  authority as from
time to time may be  delegated  or assigned by the  President or by the Board of
Directors.  If required by the Board of Directors,  the  Treasurer  shall give a
bond for the  faithful  discharge of his or her duties in such sum and with such
surety or sureties as the Board of Directors shall determine.
 
Section 1.45 ....Assistant Secretaries and Assistant Treasurers.  There shall be
such number of Assistant  Secretaries  and Assistant  Treasurers as the Board of
Directors  may from  time to time  authorize.  The  Assistant  Treasurers  shall
respectively, if required by the Board of Directors, give bonds for the faithful
discharge  of their  duties in such sums and with such  sureties as the Board of
Directors shall determine.  The Assistant  Secretaries and Assistant Treasurers,
in general, shall perform such duties and have such authority as shall from time
to time be  delegated  or assigned to them by the  Secretary  or the  Treasurer,
respectively, or by the President or the Board of Directors.
 
Section 1.46 ....Other  Assistants and Acting  Officers.  The Board of Directors
shall have the power to appoint,  or to authorize any duly appointed  officer of
the corporation to appoint, any person to act as assistant to any officer, or as
agent for the  corporation in his or her stead, or to perform the duties of such
officer  whenever  for any reason it is  impracticable  for such  officer to act
personally,  and such assistant or acting officer or other agent so appointed by
the Board of Directors or an authorized  officer shall have the power to perform
all the  duties  of the  office  to  which  he or she is so  appointed  to be an
assistant, or as to which he or she is so appointed to act, except as such power
may be  otherwise  defined  or  restricted  by the  Board  of  Directors  or the
appointing officer.
 
Section 1.47 ....Salaries. The salaries of the principal officers shall be fixed
from time to time by the Board of  Directors or by a duly  authorized  committee
thereof,  and no officer shall be prevented from receiving such salary by reason
of the fact that he or she is also a director of the corporation.
 
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                                   ARTICLE 6
 
             Contracts, Checks and Deposits; Special Corporate Acts
 
Section 1.48 ....Contracts.  The Board of Directors may authorize any officer or
officers,  or any agent or agents  to enter  into any  contract  or  execute  or
deliver any instrument in the name of and on behalf of the corporation, and such
authorization may be general or confined to specific  instances.  In the absence
of other  designation,  all deeds,  mortgages,  and instruments of assignment or
pledge made by the corporation  shall be executed in the name of the corporation
by the  President or one of the Vice  Presidents.  The Secretary or an Assistant
Secretary,  when  necessary  or required,  shall attest and affix the  corporate
seal, if any,  thereto.  When so executed,  no other party to such instrument or
any third party shall be required to make any inquiry into the  authority of the
signing officer or officers.
 
Section 1.49 ....Checks, Drafts, etc. All checks, drafts or other orders for the
payment of money,  notes, or other evidences of indebtedness  issued in the name
of the corporation, shall be signed by such officer or officers, agent or agents
of the  corporation  and in such manner as shall from time to time be determined
by or under the authority of a resolution of the Board of Directors.
 
Section 1.50  ....Deposits.  All funds of the corporation not otherwise employed
shall be deposited  from time to time to the credit of the  corporation  in such
banks, trust companies, or other depositaries as may be selected by or under the
authority of a resolution of the Board of Directors.
 
Section 1.51 ....Voting of Securities  Owned by  Corporation.  Subject always to
the  specific  directions  of the Board of  Directors,  (a) any  shares or other
securities  issued by any other  corporation  and  owned or  controlled  by this
corporation  may be voted at any  meeting  of  security  holders  of such  other
corporation by the President of this corporation if he or she be present,  or in
his or her absence by any Vice President of this corporation who may be present,
and (b) whenever, in the judgment of the President, or in his or her absence, of
any Vice President,  it is desirable for this  corporation to execute a proxy or
written consent in respect of any such shares or other securities, such proxy or
consent  shall be executed in the name of this  corporation  by the President or
one of the  Vice  Presidents  of  this  corporation,  without  necessity  of any
authorization  by the Board of Directors,  affixation of corporate seal, if any,
or  countersignature  or attestation by another  officer.  Any person or persons
designated  in the  manner  above  stated  as  the  proxy  or  proxies  of  this
corporation  shall have full right,  power,  and authority to vote the shares or
other  securities  issued by such other  corporation  and owned or controlled by
this  corporation the same as such shares or other  securities might be voted by
this corporation.
 
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                                   ARTICLE 7
 
                   Certificates for Shares; Transfer of Shares
 
Section 1.52  ....Consideration for Shares. The Board of Directors may authorize
shares to be issued for  consideration  consisting of any tangible or intangible
property  or benefit  to the  corporation,  including  cash,  promissory  notes,
services  performed,  promises  to  perform  services  evidenced  by  a  written
contract, or other securities of the corporation.  Before the corporation issues
shares,  the Board of Directors shall determine that the consideration  received
or to be received for the shares to be issued is adequate.  The determination of
the Board of Directors is  conclusive  insofar as the adequacy of  consideration
for the  issuance of shares  relates to whether  the shares are validly  issued,
fully paid, and nonassessable. The corporation may place in escrow shares issued
for future services or benefits or a promissory note, or make other arrangements
to restrict the transfer of the shares, and may credit  distributions in respect
of the shares against this purchase price, until the services are performed, the
note is paid, or the benefits are received.  If the services are not  performed,
the note is not paid,  or the benefits are not  received,  the  corporation  may
cancel,  in  whole  or in  part,  the  shares  escrowed  or  restricted  and the
distributions credited.
 
Section  1.53  ....Certificates  for  Shares.  Every  holder  of  shares  in the
corporation  shall be entitled to have a certificate  representing all shares to
which he or she is  entitled  unless  the  Board  of  Directors  authorizes  the
issuance  of some or all shares  without  certificates.  Any such  authorization
shall  not  affect  shares  already   represented  by  certificates   until  the
certificates  are  surrendered  to the  corporation.  If the Board of  Directors
authorizes the issuance of any share without  certificates,  within a reasonable
time after the issue or transfer of any such shares,  the corporation shall send
the shareholder a written  statement of the  information  required by the Act or
these bylaws to be set forth on  certificates,  including  any  restrictions  on
transfer.  Certificates  representing shares of the corporation shall be in such
form, consistent with the Act, as shall be determined by the Board of Directors.
Such  certificates  shall  be  signed  (either  manually  or  facsimile)  by the
President or any Vice President or any other persons  designated by the Board of
Directors  and may be sealed  with the seal of the  corporation  or a  facsimile
thereof.  All  certificates  for  shares  shall  be  consecutively  numbered  or
otherwise  identified.  The name and  address  of the  person to whom the shares
represented  thereby  are  issued,  with the number of shares and date of issue,
shall be  entered on the stock  transfer  books of the  corporation.  Unless the
Board of Directors  authorizes  shares without  certificates,  all  certificates
surrendered  to the  corporation  for  transfer  shall  be  canceled  and no new
certificate  shall be issued until the former  certificate  for a like number of
shares shall have been  surrendered  and  canceled,  except as provided in these
bylaws with respect to lost, destroyed, or stolen certificates.  The validity of
a share  certificate  is not  affected  if a person who  signed the  certificate
(either manually or in facsimile) no longer holds office when the certificate is
issued.
 
 
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Section 1.54  ....Transfer of Shares.  Prior to due presentment of a certificate
for  shares  for  registration  of  transfer,  the  corporation  may  treat  the
registered owner of such shares as the person  exclusively  entitled to vote, to
receive  notifications,  and  otherwise  to have and exercise all the rights and
power  of an  owner.  Where  a  certificate  for  shares  is  presented  to  the
corporation with a request to register a transfer,  the corporation shall not be
liable  to the  owner or any  other  person  suffering  loss as a result of such
registration  of  transfer  if (a)  there  were on or with the  certificate  the
necessary  endorsements,  and (b) the  corporation  had no duty to inquire  into
adverse  claims or has discharged  any such duty.  The  corporation  may require
reasonable  assurance  that such  endorsements  are  genuine and  effective  and
compliance  with such other  regulations  as may be  prescribed  by or under the
authority of the Board of Directors.
 
Section  1.55  ....Restrictions  on  Transfer.  The face or reverse side of each
certificate representing shares shall bear a conspicuous notation as required by
the Act of any restriction  imposed by the corporation upon the transfer of such
shares.
 
Section 1.56 ....Lost,  Destroyed,  or Stolen Certificates.  Unless the Board of
Director  authorizes  shares without  certificates,  where the owner claims that
certificates for shares have been lost,  destroyed,  or wrongfully  taken, a new
certificate shall be issued in place thereof if the owner (a) so requests before
the  corporation  has notice that such shares have been  acquired by a bona fide
purchaser,  (b)  files  with the  corporation  a  sufficient  indemnity  bond if
required by the Board of Directors or any principal  officer,  and (c) satisfies
such  other  reasonable  requirements  as  may be  prescribed  by or  under  the
authority of the Board of Directors.
 
Section 1.57 ....Stock Regulations.  The Board of Directors shall have the power
and authority to make all such further rules and  regulations  not  inconsistent
with  law as they  may  deem  expedient  concerning  the  issue,  transfer,  and
registration of shares of the corporation.
 
                                    ARTICLE 8
 
                                      Seal
 
Section 1.58  ....Seal.  The Board of Directors may provide for a corporate seal
for the corporation.
 
                                    ARTICLE 9
 
                                Books and Records
 
 
Section 1.59  ....Books and Records.
 
(1) The corporation  shall keep as permanent  records minutes of all meetings of
the  shareholders  and Board of Directors,  a record of all actions taken by the
shareholders  or Board of  Directors  without  a  meeting,  and a record  of all
actions  taken by a committee of the Board of Directors in place of the Board of
Directors on behalf of the corporation.
 
(b) The corporation shall maintain accurate accounting records.
 
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c) The corporation or its agent shall maintain a record of the  shareholders in
a form that  permits  preparation  of a list of the names and  addresses  of all
shareholders  in  alphabetical  order by class of shares  showing the number and
series of shares held by each.
 
(d) The corporation shall keep a copy of all written  communications  within the
preceding three years to all shareholders  generally or to all shareholders of a
class or series,  including the financial statements required to be furnished by
the Act, and a copy of its most recent annual report delivered to the Department
of State.
 
Section 1.60 ....Shareholders'  Inspection Rights.  Shareholders are entitled to
inspect and copy records of the corporation as permitted by the Act.
 
Section 1.61  ....Distribution of Financial  Information.  The corporation shall
prepare and disseminate  financial statements to shareholders as required by the
Act.
 
Section 1.62 ....Other  Reports.  The corporation  shall  disseminate such other
reports to shareholders as are required by the Act,  including reports regarding
indemnification  in certain  circumstances and reports regarding the issuance or
authorization for issuance of shares in exchange for promises to render services
in the future.
 
 
                                   ARTICLE 10
 
                                 Indemnification
 
 
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Section 1.63  ....Provision of  Indemnification.  The corporation  shall, to the
fullest  extent  permitted  or required  by the Act,  including  any  amendments
thereto  (but in the  case  of any  such  amendment,  only  to the  extent  such
amendment permits or requires the corporation to provide broader indemnification
rights than prior to such  amendment),  indemnify its Directors  against any and
all Liabilities,  and advance any and all reasonable Expenses,  incurred thereby
in any  Proceeding  to which  any  such  Director  is a Party  or in which  such
Director  is deposed  or called to testify as a witness  because he or she is or
was a  Director  of the  corporation.  The  rights  to  indemnification  granted
hereunder shall not be deemed  exclusive of any other rights to  indemnification
against  Liabilities  or the  advancement  of Expenses  which a Director  may be
entitled under any written  agreement,  Board resolution,  vote of shareholders,
the Act, or  otherwise.  The  corporation  may,  but shall not be  required  to,
supplement  the foregoing  rights to  indemnification  against  Liabilities  and
advancement  of Expenses by the  purchase of  insurance  on behalf of any one or
more of its  Directors  whether or not the  corporation  would be  obligated  to
indemnify or advance Expenses to such Director under this Article.  For purposes
of  this  Article,  the  term  'Directors' includes  former  directors  and any
directors  who  are or  were  serving  at the  request  of  the  corporation  as
directors,  officers, employees, or agents of another corporation,  partnership,
joint venture, trust, or other enterprise,  including,  without limitation,  any
employee benefit plan (other than in the capacity as agents separately  retained
and  compensated  for the  provision  of goods or  services  to the  enterprise,
including,  without  limitation,  attorneys-at-law,  accountants,  and financial
consultants). All other capitalized terms used in this Article and not otherwise
defined  herein  shall have the meaning set forth in Section  607.0850,  Florida
Statutes  (1997).  The  provisions  of this Article are intended  solely for the
benefit of the indemnified  parties described  herein,  their heirs and personal
representatives  and shall not create any rights in favor of third  parties.  No
amendment  to  or  repeal  of  this  Article   shall   diminish  the  rights  of
indemnification provided for herein prior to such amendment or repeal.
 
                                   ARTICLE 11
 
                                   Amendments
 
Section  1.64  ....Power  to Amend.  These  bylaws may be amended or repealed by
either the Board of Directors or the  shareholders,  unless the Act reserves the
power to amend these bylaws generally or any particular bylaw provision,  as the
case may be,  exclusively to the  shareholders  or unless the  shareholders,  in
amending or repealing these bylaws  generally or any particular bylaw provision,
provide  expressly  that the Board of  Directors  may not amend or repeal  these
bylaws or such bylaw provision, as the case may be.