Statutes Made for the University of Oxford, and for the Colleges and Halls Therein

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Clarendon Press, 1882 - 793 pages

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Page 6 - In case of an equality of votes on a question at a meeting, the chairman of the meeting shall have a second or casting vote in respect of that question . 9.
Page 151 - ... have passed the examinations required by the University for the degree of Bachelor of Arts.
Page 178 - 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 673 - Candidate shall be elected who, after such examination, shall appear to the electors to be of the greatest merit and most fit to be a...
Page 579 - Mequatling and Mabolele, shall be maintained for the reasonable purposes of the mission, and the missionaries and natives residing on them shall be subject to such regulations as shall from time to time be made by the Government of the Orange Free State for the proper management of the...
Page 346 - Any such document required or authorised to be served upon an incorporated company or body shall be duly served if it is served...
Page 717 - An act to make further provision for the good government and extension of the University of Oxford, of the colleges therein, and of the college of St. Mary Winchester...
Page 232 - Commissioner shall exercise his jurisdiction within such industrial district or districts as may be from time to time assigned to him by the Governor by Order in Council.
Page 6 - Commissioner, it shall be lawful for Her Majesty the Queen to appoint a person to fill his place ; and so from time to time as regards every person appointed under this section : Provided that the name of every person so appointed shall be laid before the Houses of Parliament within ten days after the appointment, if Parliament is then sitting, or if not, then ten days after the next meeting of Parliament. Dor.ition of Commisiii
Page 664 - ... that may be deposited with him, in any action, to the party entitled to the same. For any and every breach of this bond, the Court of Common Pleas, or a judge thereof, may order the same to be prosecuted...

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