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Proceedings of the Colored National Labor convention : held in Washington, D.C., on December 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th, 1869.
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ORDER OF BUSINESS.
1. Report of Committee on Credentials.
2. Roll of members.
3. Reading of minutes.
4. Report of Bureau of Labor.
5. Report of standing and special committees.
6. Report of local organizations.
7. Unfinished business.
8. New business.
SEC. 1. The Constitution shall only be altered or amended at the Regular annual meetings of the National Labor Union by a two-third vote of all members present.
GOVERNMENT OF THE BUREAU OF LABOR.
1st. The regular meetings of the Bureau shall be held on the first Monday in each and every month.
2nd. Any member failing to attend two regular meetings, his seat shall be declared vacant, unless a reasonable excuse is presented at the next subsequent meeting.
3rd. Any member of the Bureau not living in the City of Washington shall be paid his expenses incurred in attending the meetings of the Bureau.
4th. At the hour appointed, the members present shall proceed with the business of the Bureau.
Order of Business
1st. Reading of the Minutes.
2d. Unfinished business--Resolutions laid over.
3rd. Report of Committees.
4th. Report of Officers.
5th. New business.
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