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Proceedings of the National Emigration Convention of Colored People Held at Cleveland, Ohio, On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, The 24th, 25th, and 26th of August, 1854
1854 Cleveland OH State Convention 74.pdf
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ARTICLE VI. ~he President shall preside at all the Councils of the Board, sign all authenticated drafts on the Treasury for money, and at least once every year, bive in an intelli~ently written paper, a general statement through the columns of some public journal, of the general political condition of the Colored People in the United States; the legal en~ actments (if any) recently passed against them; their domestic ad- vancement, and their ilitercourse with foreign nations and countries; if in the xvi~dom of the Board thought proper; he shall also have power to call special councils of the Board, whenandver an emergency demands it. ARTICLE VII. The Vlc~ President, in the absence of the President, shall Therform all his duties. ARTICtE VIII. The Secretary shall keep all the records of the Board of Commis- sioners, draw all drafts on the Treasury for money, seeing that the same is duly authenticated by the attest of the Auditor, and present the same to the President for his signature, he countersigning the same. ARTICLE IX. The Treasurer shall hold in trust all moneys belonging to the Board, safely deposited in some banking house; pay all drafts pro- perly authenticated as directed in Article X of the Constitution, and shall be required to give sufficient and ample security for the faithful- performance of his duty. ARTICLE X. The Auditor shall have general oversight of the Treasury; exam~ me, at his pleasure, the books and accounts pertaining to this depart- ment, and must, at least once in three months, make aR official report to the BoarQ and once every year fully audit the accounts of the Treasury, making an official annual report of the same. He must also examine the Treasury previous to signing a draft, and must be satisfied, before so doing, that the money is to be properly and legal- ly appropriated; otherwise his si0 nature is to be withheld, without which no moneys may be drawn. But if he be satisfied that the or- der is just, he must authenticate the draft, with the word Attest, and his signature following, at the lower margin of the paper, ~ the left extremity, below the last line; the action of the Board being sufficient guarantce for his attest.
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