Statutes Made for the University of Oxford, and for the Colleges and Halls Therein (Google eBook)

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Clarendon, 1883 - 793 pages
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Page 155 - Statutes, and although the persons elected be married, and although they be in possession of any benefice, property, pension, or office which would in ordinary cases render the possessor ineligible, and although they may not have...
Page 182 - Scholarship open to general competition. Each Candidate must declare that he intends to graduate in Medicine in the University of Oxford, with the view of engaging in the practice of Medicine, and to travel abroad with a view to his improvement in that study ; and no one is to be elected who is legally authorised to practise as a Physician.
Page 650 - College shall be entered in a Register to be kept for that purpose...
Page 25 - Commissioners shall continue until the end of the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine, and no longer ; but it shall be lawful for Her Majesty the Queen, from time to time, with the advice of Her Privy Council, on the application of the Commissioners, to continue the powers of the Commissioners for such time as Her Majesty thinks fit, but not beyond the end of the year one thousand nine hundred.
Page 11 - University, ment agreed or required to be made by it for University purposes into a capital sum to be provided by the College out of money belonging to it, and not produced by any sale of lands or hereditaments made after the passing of this Act...
Page 606 - Scholar, as they may deem expedient for the interests of the College as a place of learning and education; and may vary such regulations from time to time, and may enforce such regulations, if they shall think fit, by pecuniary penalties, and in case of contumacious noncompliance, by deprivation.
Page 5 - means trustees, commissioners, or directors, or the persons charged with the execution of a trust or public duty, however designated : " Person " includes a body of persons corporate or unincorporate : " Treasury " means the commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury.
Page 12 - The accounts of receipt and expenditure of money raised under the borrowing powers of the University must also be annually audited and published to the University. The Registrar}- is required by statute to attend the audits of University accounts.
Page 23 - Act, 1856. made on the ground of any person being improperly placed on or omitted from that list, shall be entertained unless notice of it is given in writing to the Vice-Chancellor at least four days before the day for publicly hearing objections to that list ; and the ViceChancellor shall, at least two days before such day, cause to be promulgated a list of all the objections of which notice has bc^'n given.
Page 597 - Fellows shall determine; provided that the system of examinations shall be such as shall render Fellowships accessible, from time to time, to excellence in every branch of knowledge for the time being recognized in the Schools of the University...

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