Origin of ex officio
Examples from the Web for ex officio
The township trustees, 1016 in number, are ex-officio overseers of the poor.
The mayor is ex-officio the judge, but the presiding judge is an assessor appointed by the crown and paid by the corporation.
But I have yet to learn that the rector of the parish has an ex-officio right to interfere between a landlord and his tenants.'Robert Elsmere|Mrs. Humphry Ward
"I'm practically an ex-officio member in good standing myself," I said.The Telenizer|Don Thompson
By its charter the board consisted of a president, 16 ex-officio and 30 ordinary members, with honorary and corresponding members.A Short History of English Agriculture|W. H. R. Curtler