69. The Council may appoint permanent or special committees, composed of as many of its members as it deems necessary, to exercise a mandate within the competence of the Council and determined by it.
The Council may replace any member of the said committees whenever it sees fit.
The chairman of the Council is, exofficio, a member of all committees.
Every committee shall render account of its labours and decisions by reports signed by its chairman or by a majority of the members who compose it.
No report of a committee appointed under this section shall have any effect until it has been ratified or adopted by the Council.
1969, c. 83, s. 80; 1978, c. 103, s. 18.