280. The secretary, the assistant-secretary, and the treasurer, the assistant-treasurer and every other officer that the corporation may decide to appoint are officers of the corporation.
The officers contemplated in the first paragraph shall perform the duties required of them by this Act and those that may be required of them by the by-laws and resolutions of the corporation.
The board of directors shall appoint the secretary and the assistant-secretary. They may in no case be members of the board of directors.
The secretary shall have custody of the books, registers, plans, maps, records and other documents of the corporation or filed or kept by the corporation. Every document of the corporation and every copy certified by the secretary are authentic.
The secretary shall attend all the meetings of the board of directors and draw up the minutes of those meetings.
The assistant-secretary may perform the duties attaching to the office of secretary with the same rights, powers and privileges.
The board of directors shall also, on the recommendation of the director general of the Société, appoint the treasurer and the assistant-treasurer who shall, in particular, have the same powers, privileges and duties, adapted as required, as those provided for in the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19) in respect of a treasurer and assistant-treasurer.
In respect of the officers of the corporation, the director general of the Société shall exercise his authority as a manager of the human, material and financial resources of the corporation and in no case may his authority result in hindering the officers in the performance of their duties.
1969, c. 84, s. 310; 1971, c. 90, s. 33; 1972, c. 73, s. 17; 1977, c. 5, s. 14; 1977, c. 80, s. 12; 1982, c. 18, s. 117; 1984, c. 38, s. 115; 1985, c. 31, s. 23; 1993, c. 68, s. 77.