36 U.S. Code § 20104 - Governing body

§ 20104.
Governing body
(a)Board of Governors.—
The board of governors is the governing body of the corporation. Between meetings of the members of the corporation, the board is responsible for the general policies and program of the corporation and for the control of all funds of the corporation.
The number of governors, their manner of selection (including the filling of vacancies), and their term of office are as provided in the bylaws. However, the board shall have at least 15 members.
The board may appoint committees. Each committee has the powers provided in the bylaws or by resolution of the board. The powers of a committee may include all the powers of the board.
The officers of the corporation are a president, one or more one vice presidents as provided in the bylaws, a secretary, a treasurer, one or more assistant secretaries and assistant treasurers, and other officers as provided in the bylaws.
The manner of election, term of office, and duties of the officers are as provided in the bylaws.

Historical and Revision Notes



Source (U.S. Code)

Source (Statutes at Large)



Aug. 31, 1960, Pub. L. 86–680, §§ 7, 8, 74 Stat. 575.



In subsection (a), the text of 36:977(a) is omitted as executed and obsolete. In paragraph (3), the words “and exercise” are omitted as unnecessary.

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