The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37
12.—Deputations and Conferences
12.—Deputations and Conferences.
Should an important subject require the appointment of a deputation, the Council may select the members thereof from the delegates or other approved persons. Should a conference be requested to discuss or arbitrate upon any cause, the Council may nominate an equal proportion of members (representing trades or callings) to confer and arrange for the mutual benefits page 7 of employers and employes. Report of proceedings in these respects must be ratified by the Council to become valid. All deputations appointed by this Council to be paid for the loss of time incurred thereon.