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Accruing proceeds of

Provided that every principal shall actually enter on his duties within six months after such embarkation unless the Governor, upon being satisfied that unavoidable obstacles have intervened, thinks fit to extend that term to nine months.

(iv) Interest on subscribed fund.

40. Until the subscribed fund is required for the subscribed erection of college buildings as aforesaid, the interest or other proceeds accruing from the investment thereof, or of the portion remaining unexpended from time to time, may be applied to the general purposes of the college as the governing body of such college may determine.

fund until expended in building. Ibid. s. 7.

Students of
Colleges to

of Univer

sity and


lectures. Ibid. 8. 8.

Division 3.-Government of students.

41. All students in any such college shall immediately be members upon entering therein matriculate in the University, and shall thereafter submit and be subject to the discipline thereof, and shall be required duly and regularly to attend the lectures of the University on those subjects an examination and proficiency in which are required for honours and degrees, with the exception, if thought fit by any such college, of lectures on ethics, metaphysics and modern history.


Reference to Act.

Title or Short Title.

Extent of repeal.

14 Vic. No. 31.. An Act to incorporate and endow The whole. the University of Sydney.

16 Vic. No. 28.. An Act to amend an Act intituled The whole. an Act to incorporate and endow

the University of Sydney.

17 Vic. No. 18.. An Act to enable the University of The whole. Sydney to purchase the Sydney

College with the land attached

18 Vic. No. 37.. An Act to provide for the establish- The whole. ment and endowment of colleges

within the University of Sydney.

22 Vic. No. 8.. Ar. Act to amend an Act intituled The whole. an Act to provide for the establishment and endowment of colleges within the University of Sydney.

24 Vic. No. 13.. An Act to amend the Sydney Uni- The whole. versity Incorporation Act.

44 Vic. No. 22.."Ad eundem Degrees Act of The whole.


47 Vic. No. 17.."University Extension Act of The whole.




[Assented to 4th December, 1902.] .

Short title.

An Act to amend the University and University Colleges
Act 1902.

BE it enacted by the King's Most Excellent Majesty, by
and with the advice and consent of the Legislative
Assembly of New South Wales in Parliament assembled,
and by the authority of the same, as follows:-

1. This Act may be cited as the "University and University Colleges (Amendment) Act, 1902," and shall be construed with the University and University Colleges Act, 1900, hereinafter called the Principal Act. 2. Subsection one of section twenty-four of the from £500 Principal Act is amended by the substitution of the word "ten" in place of the word "five" where it occurs in that subsection.

Increase of endowment

to £10,000.

Students of training

schools and others to attend

lectures on arts or science free.

3. The Senate shall allow students of training schools established under the Public Instruction Act of 1880 and such other persons training for the position of teacher under the Department of Public Instruction as the Minister may approve to attend, for the purpose of graduating in Arts or Science, the University lectures for the period required for such graduation, without the payment of any fees, provided that such students and other persons shall previously have passed the entrance examination prescribed by the University by-laws.


All By-laws heretofore passed by the Senate and now in force are hereby repealed, and in lieu thereof the following By-laws shall be and are hereby declared · to be the By-laws under which the University of Sydney shall henceforth be governed. Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall be deemed to revive any By-law previously repealed, or to prejudice any matter already done or commenced under any By-law hitherto in force.


1. The election to the office of Chancellor shall take place s-7-87 at a duly convened meeting of the Senate to be held in Lent Term.

2.-The Chancellor shall be elected for a period of three 5-7-87 years (except as hereinafter provided), to be computed from the date of election, but shall be eligible for re-election.

3.-In the event of the office of Chancellor becoming vacant 5-7-87 by death, resignation, or otherwise, before the expiration of the full term of office herein prescribed, the election of a successor shall be proceeded with at the next ensuing regular meeting of the Senate, and the Chancellor so appointed shall hold office until the Lent Term next after the expiration of three years from the date of such election.

4. The election of Vice-Chancellor shall take place annually 5-7-87 at a duly convened meeting of the Senate, to be held in Lent 64 V. Term, except as in cases otherwise provided by the Act of s. 11. Incorporation.

5. The Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor shall be members ex-officio of every Faculty, Board, or Committee appointed by any By-law or otherwise by the Senate; and at every meeting of any such Faculty, Board, or Committee, the Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor, or, in the absence of both, the Chairman shall preside, or in his absence a member elected for that sitting. The President at such meetings shall have a vote, and in case of an equality of votes, a second or casting vote.

NOTE.-The dates in the margin are the dates of the approval of the various By-laws by His Excellency the Governor in Council.






1.-The Senate shall meet on the first Monday in every month, or on the nearest convenient day should such first Monday be a public holiday, and may adjourn from time to time to conclude any unfinished business.

2. At any time in the interval between such meetings it shall be competent for the Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor, in any case of emergency, to call a special meeting of the Senate, to be held as soon as conveniently may be, for the consideration of any business which he may wish to submit to them.

5-7-87 3. Upon the written requisition of any three members the Chancellor, or in his absence the Vice-Chancellor, or in the absence of both, the Registrar, shall convene a special meeting of the Senate, to be held as soon as conveniently may be after the expiration of seven days from the receipt of such requisition. 6-7-87 4.-Except in any case of emergency as aforesaid, no motion initiating a subject for discussion shall be made but in pursuance of notice given at the previous meeting, and every such notice shall be entered in a book to be kept by the Registrar for that purpose.





5.-The Registrar shall issue to each member of the Senate a summons with a written specification of the various matters to be considered at the next meeting of the Senate, whether such meeting be an ordinary or special one; and such summons, except in any case of emergency, as aforesaid, shall be issued at least three days previous to such meeting.

6. In the event of a quorum* of the Senate not being present at any meeting within half an hour after the hour appointed, the members then present may appoint any convenient future day, of which at least three days' notice shall be given by the Registrar in the usual manner.

7.-All the proceedings of the Senate shall be entered in a journal, and at the opening of each meeting the minutes of the preceding meeting shall be read and confirmed, and the signature of the chairman then presiding shall be attached thereto.

8.-If any Fellow shall, without leave from the Senate, be absent from the aforesaid meetings for six consecutive calendar months his fellowship shall, ipso facto, become vacant; provided that, in computing the said six consecutive months, the month of January shall not be taken into account.

* See University and University Colleges Act, sec. 18, p. 9.

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