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Fees to Professors and teachers. Ibid. B.

Fees for entrance, &c. Ibid. s. 17.

27. The Senate may in like manner provide for payment by such students of reasonable fees for entrance, degrees, certificates, and other University charges. The Treasurer of the University shall, on behalf of the University, collect such fees from the students.

Powers of

28. The securities representing the investments of the the Senate sum of money bequeathed by the late Solomon Levey, in respect of Levey's Esquire, to the Sydney College, with the interest legacy. V. No. thereon, shall be held by the Senate upon trust to con

18, s. 5.

tinue to hold the same, or to alter them from time to time in favour of other investments at interest upon such security and in such manner in all respects as the Senate in their absolute discretion think fit, and the clear or net interest or income arising therefrom shall be applied in or towards the endowment of a scholarship in the University under such regulations as the Senate, in their absolute and uncontrolled discretion in respect of making and altering the same, deem to be as nearly as circumstances permit in accordance with the intention of the said Solomon Levey in making the aforesaid bequest.

26. The Senate may by any by-laws or regulations provide for payment by the students of the University of reasonable fees to the professors or teachers for attendance on their lectures. Such professors or teachers may, in addition to their stipends, demand and receive such fees from the students.

Accounts of

income and

29. The Senate shall once in every year transmit a annual full account of the whole income and expenditure of the expenditure University to the Colonial Secretary, who shall submit the same to the Legislative Council and Legislative Legislative Assembly; such account shall be audited by the Auditor-General, but nothing in the section shall prevent the Senate from employing a private auditor to examine the books of account of the University.

before the

Council and

14 Vic. No.

31, s. 13. Amended by Act No. 52, of 1912, 8. 7.

Residence of students. Ibid. s. 18.


Students, licensed masters, and privileged officials.

30. No student shall be allowed to attend the lectures

or classes of the University unless he dwells

(a) with his parents or guardian; or

(b) with some relative or friend selected by his parents or guardian and approved by the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor; or

(c) in some collegiate or other educational establishment; or

(d) with a tutor or master of a boarding-house licensed by the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor as hereinafter mentioned.


may reside.

31. (1) Every person desirous of being licensed as a Licensing tutor or master of a boarding-house in connection with persons with the University shall apply for his license to the Chan- students cellor or Vice-Chancellor in writing under his hand 14 Vic. No. specifying the house or houses belonging to or occupied 31, s. 19. by the applicant and intended by him for the reception of students, and the number of students who may be conveniently lodged and boarded therein.


(2) Such Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor may require Powers of of any such applicant testimonials of character and or Vicefitness for the office, and thereupon may grant or with- Chancellor. hold the license for the academical year then current or then next ensuing.

to be

(3) Every such license shall be registered in the License archives of the University and shall lapse at the end of registered. the academical year in which it was registered, but may be renewed by the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor and re-registered.

(4) Every such license shall be revocable at any Revocation time, and the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor may forth- of license. with revoke the same in case of any misbehaviour of such tutor or master of a boarding-house or of the students under his care which, in the opinion of the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor and a majority of the professors of the University, ought to be punished by immediate revocation of such license.

Exhibitions, Lectures, and Matriculation.

Act No.

31A. (1) The Senate shall allot to students entering of 1912, the University public exhibitions, which shall take the sect. 8. form of exempting the holders from the payment of matriculation, tuition and degree fees to the University;

such exhibitions shall be tenable as prescribed by by-laws to be made by the Senate in that behalf; Provided that the exhibitioner shall be of good conduct and shall make such progress in his studies as shall satisfy the Senate.

(2) The number of such exhibitions to be so allotted each year shall be one for every five hundred of the persons within New South Wales who are between the ages of seventeen and twenty as shown by last preceding census of the Commonwealth, or such other ratio as may be determined by resolution of both Houses of Parliament. That the number of exhibitions to be awarded at the end of the year one thousand nine hundred and thirteen shall not exceed one hundred.

The Senate shall each year determine the number of such exhibitions to be allotted during that year to students entering each school within the University, having due regard to the expressed wish of the exhibitioner.

(3) Such exhibitions shall be allotted in the order of merit shown by examinations for leaving certificates granted under the provisions of this Act commencing in the year one thousand nine hundred and thirteen to students to whom leaving certificates are granted which certify that they have passed such examination in the subjects and at the standards which the Senate determines are necessary for matriculation, and a certain number of such exhibitions to be determined by the Senate may be allotted to students at evening tutorial classes:

Provided that any person who has been a resident of New South Wales for three years may compete at such examinations and shall be considered equally with such students in the allotment of exhibitions, and any exhibition may be allotted to such person accordingly.

Provided also that the number of exhibitions to be allotted to such persons, in any one year, shall not exceed five per centum of the total number of exhibitions allotted in that year.

tures with

31B. The Senate shall allow students of the Teach- New s. 31B. Teachers in ers' College and such teachers in schools under the schools may Public Instruction Act of 1880 as the Minister may attend lec. approve to attend the University lectures without the out payment payment of any fees: Provided that such teachers of fees. have previously passed the entrance examination prescribed by the University by-laws.


31c. A leaving certificate which certifies that a New s. 31c. student has passed the required examination in the Leaving subjects and at the standards which the Senate determines are necessary for matriculation or the granting to any person of an exhibition under the proviso to sub-section 3 of section 31A, shall entitle the holder to matriculate at the University.

31D. Any student entering the University by means New s. 31D. of the leaving certificate or exhibition shall be eligible for any bursary or scholarship or exhibition at the disposal of the Senate, subject to the terms of the

foundation thereof.

of the University. 24 Vic. No.

32. Each and every of the following officials, that is Members to say(a) every professor and other public teacher and 13, s. examiner in the schools of the University; and

(b) every principal of any incorporated college within the University; and

(c) every superior officer of the University declared to be such by any by-law

shall, during his tenure of office, but no longer, have the same rights and privileges within the University as are enjoyed by Masters and Doctors.


Colleges within the University.

Division 1.-Interpretation.

33. In this part of this Act, unless the context or subject-matter otherwise indicates or requires,

"College" means a college within the University.
"Principal" includes the master, warden, rector, or
any other head of a college.


18 Vic. No. 37, s. 10.

Endowment of Colleges.

18 Vic. No. 87, s. 1.


of endowment.

Ibid. s. 2.


Ibid. s. 3.

Division 2.-Endowment and subscribed fund.
(i) Conditions of endowment.

34. Whenever

(a) any college has been established and incorporated
by any Act; and

(b) the founders of or subscribers to such college have
complied with the conditions mentioned in the
next section,

such college shall be entitled to the endowments herein-
after severally mentioned, which said endowments shall
be paid by the Treasurer under warrants signed by the

35. No such college although incorporated shall be
entitled to such endowments unless and until the sum of
ten thousand pounds at the least has been subscribed by
its founders, and of that sum not less than four thousand
pounds has been paid and invested in such manner as
the Governor approves, and the residue has been to his
satisfaction secured to be paid within three years next
following; nor unless

(a) the whole of the said ten thousand pounds is to be
devoted exclusively to the erection of college
buildings on land granted for that purpose by
Her Majesty to the University in trust for such
college, if any is so granted, and if not then upon
land otherwise conveyed to and accepted by the
University in such trust; and

(b) it has been agreed by the founders that the entire
amount shall be so expended, if the University so
requires, within five years next after the first pay-
ment on account of either of such endowments.

(ii) Endowment for building.

36. There shall be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue, for building. in aid of the building fund of every college so incorporated, a sum or sums not exceeding in the whole twenty thousand pounds, nor more than has been from time to time actually expended by the college out of its subscribed funds for the purpose of building.

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