University of the State of New York: Origin, History and Present Organization

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Johns Hopkins University, 1893 - 300 pages

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Page 299 - ... the repeal of a law, or any part of it, specified in such schedule, shall not affect or impair any act done...
Page 262 - I considered four of these bills, passed or reported, as forming a system by which every fibre would be eradicated of ancient or future aristocracy ; and a foundation laid for a government truly republican. The repeal of the laws of entail would prevent the accumulation and perpetuation of wealth, in select families, and preserve the soil of the country from being daily more and more absorbed in mortmain.
Page 215 - Each householder and inhabitant shall bear such tax and public charge as shall hereafter be considered proper for the maintenance of clergymen, comforters of the sick, schoolmasters, and...
Page 261 - Schools shall be erected in each county, and supported at the general expense of the State, as the Legislature shall hereafter point out.
Page 211 - ex-officio " members of the board of regents. No person shall be at the same time a regent of the university and a trustee, president, principal or any other officer of an institution belonging to the university.
Page 298 - Whoever wilfully detains any book, newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, manuscript or other property belonging to any public or incorporated library, reading-room, museum or other educational institution, for thirty days after notice in writing to return the same, given after the expiration of the time which by the rules of such institution, such article or other property may be kept...
Page 294 - No person shall buy, sell or fraudulently or illegally make or alter, give, issue or obtain any diploma, certificate or other instrument purporting to confer any literary, scientific, professional or other degree, or to constitute any license, or to certify to the completion in whole or in part of any course of study in any university, college, academy or other educational institution.
Page 289 - University as defined by law is to encourage and promote education in advance of the common elementary branches. Its field includes not only the work of academies, colleges, universities, professional and technical schools, but also educational work connected with libraries, museums, university extension courses and similar agencies.
Page 294 - ... if subject to their visitation or chartered or incorporated by the Regents or under a general law ; provided that, unless on unanimous request of the trustees of the institution, no name shall be changed and no charter shall be altered, nor shall any rights or privileges thereunder be suspended or repealed by the Regents, till they have mailed to the usual address of every trustee of the institution concerned at least thirty days...
Page 274 - To exert a direct influence upon the people and the Legislature of the State, personally and through the press, so as to secure such an appreciation of a thorough system of education, together with such pecuniary aid and legislative enactments, as will place the institutions here represented in a position worthy of the population and resources of the State.

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