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Proceedings of the Convention of the Equal Rights and Educational Association of Georgia : assembled at Macon, October 29th, 1866 : containing the annual address of the president, Captain J.E. Bryant
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affirmative, he shall be conducted into the room of the Association by ihe chairman of the Examining Committee, and be introduced to the President·; after which, the candidates shall sign the Constitution and pay a fee of twenty-five cents, and be declared members of the Association.
ART. VI-REPRESENTATIVES-When two or more Subordinate Associations shall have been organized in any county, they shall elect one representative for every twenty-five members, who, together with the President and Vice President, shall form a County Association.
ART. VII-Thie Association is authorized to make any By-Laws not in conflict with the State or County Associations.
ART. VIII- - -The meetings of this Association may be public or private.
ART. IX-The members of one Subordinate Association shall have the privilege of attending the meetings of all Subordinate Asso· ciations.
ART. X-The Treasurer of this Association shall pay into the Treasury of the State Association, twenty-five cents for each of its members and take a receipt for the same signed by the President of ihe State Association, and Secretary of the Council.
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