OFFICER DUTIES



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LOCAL OFFICER DUTIES





OFFICER DUTIES



The officers constitute the Executive Committee of the Local Union. The major duties of the officers are outlined below and are contained in the Constitution of Laws.



President
- Presides over all meetings
- Appoints all committees
- Performs all other duties as describes
Vice President
- Assists the president and fills the president's office in the  
  event of the president's absence
Recording Secretary
- Keeps minutes of all meetings
- Preserves all documents and correspondence
- Maintains charge of the seal and affixes it to all official 
  documents
- When so instructed, notifies all members to present dues 
  book to trustees
- Performs all other duties as described
Financial Secretary
- Receives all monies including initiation fees, dues & 
  permits
- Enters into the ledger the exact date and full amount of 
  each payment
- Records in the day book all receipts
- Keeps a record of all applications for membership and a 
  correct account of each member
- Makes the monthly report to the General Secretary on the 
  official forms
Treasurer
- Receives from the financial secretary all monies collected 
  by the Local Union
- Notes receipts in the official receipt book and gives 
  receipts for all monies collected
- Makes all disbursements authorized by the Local
- Submits an itemized statement of monies received and 
  spent to the Local Union
- Sends the per capital to the General Secretary
Trustees
- Supervise the funds and properties of the Local Union
- See that all monies received by the Local are properly 
  deposited in the Local's bank and examines the bank 
  books monthly
- Audit all books and accounts of the financial secretary and 
  treasurer and of any person authorized to collect funds
- Make a written audit report to the Local Union's bond 
  reports sent to the General Office and other forms filed by 
  the Local such as those sent to the government
Conductor
- Takes up the Password and reports to the president all 
  without the Password. Members in good standing without 
  the Password are referred to the vice president for the 
  Password. 
Warden
- Takes charge of door and allows no one but members with 
  the Password to enter. 
Executive Committee
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A Local Union can only be an effective organization when 
  the Local's Executive Committee, consisting of all the 
  Local's officers, plays an active role and does not just 
  delegate all responsibility to the Council Representative. It 
  is the Council Representative's job to encourage the 
  Local's officers to take on that responsibility and to 
  oversee their efforts.





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