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ARTICLE VI
Executive Board and Committees

Section 1. There shall be an Executive Board composed of regular officers provided for in Article IV, Section 1, of this Constitution, and three additional members to be elected by the affiliate.

Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Executive Board to formulate policies for the affiliate and to submit the same to the affiliate for its action; to administer the business of the affiliate; to have custody of its funds and property, except as otherwise provided for in this Constitution; to act for the affiliate in emergencies arising between the meetings of the body and to represent the affiliate in all matters affecting relations with the National Federation of D.F.A. and other organizations, except as otherwise provided for in this Constitution. 

It shall constitute the Adjustment Committee of the affiliate and its meetings shall be open to any member of the affiliate, under such rules and regulations as the Board may formulate. It shall be its duty to investigate grievances and other matters laid before it, and if possible, to make adjustments with the proper authorities.
Section 3. The President of the affiliate shall be chairman of the Executive Board, but shall have no vote except the Board be /// equally divided. The Executive Board shall adopt rules governing its own procedure and shall appoint or elect committees to carry out its purposes, including andAuditing Committee and a Committee on Membership and Credentials. In the selection of the members of all committees, the Board shall adhere as closely as practicable to the principles that the // members of said Committee in the aggregate shall be as fairly representative as possible fo the various branches and offices represented in this affiliate.
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