He may or may not be at the time of his election a member of the House, but he becomes an ex-officio member by virtue thereof.
But the qualifications of an ex-officio member cannot be always satisfactory.
General Harrison was successful and fills the place that ex-officio makes him leader.
Why not make him an ex-officio member of the company for to-night?
But half the guardians are ex-officio members, as magistrates; nearly all landlords and Protestants.
The teacher and president should be ex-officio members of all committees.
Two judges, who are ex-officio members, may be Roman Catholics; the numbers would then stand seven and six.
But it seems that he was ex-officio a member of the council.
The Secretary of Commerce and Labor is the ex-officio president.
He shall be ex-officio a trustee of the Association, a member of the Business Committee and a member of all standing committees.