Proceedings of the New York State Stenographers' Association, Volumes 22-27

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Troy Daily Press Book Publishing House, 1897
 

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Page 120 - Vice-Presidents, or (in the absence of all of them) one of the members shall preside at all meetings of the Association. The President shall be ex officio a member of the Executive Committee.
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