979. Powers and proceedings of the Council of the National Trust.

Until a day to be appointed the following provisions have effect1.

The entire business of the National Trust2 must be arranged and managed by its council3. The council may exercise all the powers of the trust except those which are exercisable only by a general meeting4. The council may appoint from its own number any committee for any special purpose and may add to any such committee for such length of time and with such powers of voting or otherwise as the council may think fit any member or other person whose aid it judges useful to forward the objects