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THE MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY ACT No. 6405

An Act to consolidate the Law relating to the University of Melbourne

[30th September, 1958J

B

E it enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly of Victoria in tins present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same as follows (that is to say):

This Act may be cited as the Melbourne University Act 1958 Short title and shall come into operation on a day to be fixed by proclamation of "n^divTsUm the Governor in Council published in the Government Gazette, and is

divided into Parts and Divisions as follows:

' Division 1.—The University s. 4.

Division 2.—The Council ss. 5-20.

Division 3.—Convocation and its Standing Committee ss. 21-27.

Division 4.—The Professorial Board s. 28.

Division 5.—The Faculties s. 29.

Division 6.—Statutes and Regulations ss. 30 and 31.

Division 1.—State Grants and Provision for Teaching &c. and Free Places in certain Courses and Subjects ss. 32-35.

Division 2.—University Students Loan Funds s. 36.

Division 3.—Trust Property ss. 37-40.

Division 5—Property s. 41A. Inserted by no.

7871 s. 3.

PART III.—General ss. 42-47.

2. (1) The Acts mentioned in the Schedule to this Act to the extent ?ePe?'", thereby expressed to be repealed are hereby repealed accordingly. u e'

(2) Except as in this Act expressly or by necessary implication pro- vided—

(a) all persons things and circumstances appointed or created by or under the repealed Acts or existing or continuing under any of such Acts immediately before the commencement of this Act shall under and subject to this Act continue to have the same status operation and effect as they respectively would have had if such Acts had not been so repealed;

(b) in particular and without affecting the generality of the fore- going paragraph such repeal shall not disturb the continuity of status operation or effect of any regulation order statute degree diploma certificate licence election appointment reconstitutjon investigation report decision lease mortgage grant of land aliena- tion investment grant loan account liability or right made affected issued entered into granted given paid accrued incurred or acquired or existing or continuing under such repealed Acts before the commencement of this Act.

3. In this Act unless inconsistent with the context or subject-matter— interpretation

No. 3795 s. 3;

No. 5387 a. 2.

"Casual vacancy" means a vacancy however occurring in the office of "Caaual any member of the council or of any member of the standing vacancy."

committee of convocation otherwise than by the retirement of such member on the expiration of his term of office.

37 PABT I . — C o n s t i t u t i o n

and Government of the., University ss. 4-31.

PABT I I . — E n d o w m e n t Finance &c. and Pro- vision for Teaching &c.

and Free Places in cer-' tain Courses and Sub- jects ss. 32-41A.

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"Council."

"Governor."

"Graduate."

"Graduate student."

Inserted by No. "758 s. 2

"Head of an affiliated college."

"Member of the teaching staff."

"Minister."

"Professor."

"Professor emeritus."

"Under- graduate.*

"Teaching staff."

"Council" means council as constituted under this Act.

"Governor" means the Governor (or the person for the time being administering the Government of Victoria) not acting under the advice of a Minister responsible to Parliament.

"Graduate" means a person upon whom has been conferred or who has been admitted without examination to any degree pursuant to any Act relating to the University for the time being in force and whether before or after the passing of this Act.

"Graduate student" means any student enrolled as such for a course leading to a master's degree or a doctor's degree.

"Head of an affiliated college" means the person who is the Warden of Trinity College, the Master of Ormond College, the Master of Queen's College, the Rector of Newman College or the Principal of the University Women's College respectively, or the person who holds under whatever designation the office corresponding to any of the foregoing offices; and (in the case of any other residential college hereafter affiliated to or connected with the University pursuant to section eighteen of this Act) means such person as the governing body of that college designates for the purposes of this Act as the head thereof.

"Member of the teaching staff" includes professor.

"Minister" means Minister of Education.

"Professor" means any member of the teaching staff of the University who is entitled to rank as a professor pursuant to statutes of the University (not being an associate professor or a professor emeritus).

"Professor emeritus" means any person on whom pursuant to statutes of the University the title of professor emeritus has been conferred at or after his retirement from his office of professor.

"Undergraduate" means a person (not being a graduate) who has matriculated and whose name is for the time being enrolled as that of a student attending University lectures.

Where for any purpose under this Act it is necessary to determine what person or classes of persons constitute the "teaching staff"

of the University the council may from time to time determine the same.

Membership of the University No. 3795 s. 4.

AN amended by

N'o. 7545 8.

PART I . — C O N S T I T U T I O N AND GOVERNMENT O F T H E UNIVERSITY Division 1.—The University

4. A University is hereby declared to have been established on the eleventh day of April One thousand eight hundred and fifty-three at Melbourne. T h e University shall consist of a council, the professors, members of the teaching staff and members of the faculties and boards of studies within the University and such members of the staff of the University, other than the teaching staff, as may from time to time be designated in that behalf by the council and the graduate and under- graduate members of the University and shall be a body politic and corporate by the name of "The University of Melbourne", and shall for all purposes be deemed to be the same body corporate and politic as the body under that name consisting formerly of a council and senate. The University of Melbourne by such name shall have perpetual succession and shall have a common seal and shall by the same name sue and be sued plead and be impleaded and answer and b e answered unto in all courts of Victoria, and shall be capable in law to take purchase and hold all goods chattels and personal property what- soever, and shall also be able and capable in law to receive take purchase and hold for ever not only such lands buildings hereditaments and possessions as may from time to time be exclusively used and occupied by the immediate requirements of the University but also any other lands buildings hereditaments and possessions whatsoever situate in Victoria or elsewhere, and shall be able and capable in law to grant demise aliene or otherwise dispose of all or any of the property real or personal belona-

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ing to the University, and also to do all other matters and tilings incidental or appertaining to a body politic:

Provided that it shall not be lawful for the University to alienate jj;"^'™1 £"

mortgage charge or demise any lands tenements or hereditaments of *l e n a lon c' which it has become seised or to which it may become entitled by grant

purchase or otherwise (unless with the approval of the Governor in Council) except by way of lease for any term not exceeding twenty-one years from the time when such lease is made in and by which there shall be reserved during the whole of the term the highest rent that can be reasonably obtained for the same without fine.

Division 2.—The Council

5. (1) The council shall consist of not more than thirty-eight mem- Constitution bers, but if a person who is not a member of the Council is elected No. 3795 s. 5- to be Chancellor, the Council shall consist of not more than thirty-nine No. 4U6 members including the Chancellor so elected, and shall be constituted'-..3 (J) <°)

r n ° (6), No. 5044

as follows: s\ '{4 (3)_

No. 6185 s. 2 (1).

Amended by No. 0803 8. 2, No. 7426 8. 8 and No. 7758 s. 3

(a) Eight members shall be appointed by the Governor in Council, Members

of w h o m — ^ G o v e r n o r

(i) one shall be a member of the Legislative Council; ;„ Council, (ii) two shall be members of the Legislative Assembly recom-

mended for appointment by the members thereof;

(iii) one shall be appointed as representing manufacturing and commercial interests;

(iv) one shall be appointed as representing agricultural interests;

(v) two shall be appointed as representing industrial interests;

and

(vi) one elected by the councils of the technical schools shall be appointed as representing technical education;

(b) Ten members (hereinafter referred to as "members elected by tfCIJll!fri, convocation") shall be elected by convocation, and shall not convocation, include any member of the teaching staff or other officer of the

University whose sole or principal employment is in connexion with his duties as such, or the head of an affiliated college;

(c) Three members (being professors or deans of faculties) shall be Jie^d'",

elected by the professors; professors.

(d) Two members (being members of the teaching staff whose sole Members or principal employment is in connexion with their duties as such) elected by shall be elected by the members of the teaching staff other than s'ta^'oth

the professors; than (da) One member (being a graduate student) shall be elected by Amended by

graduate students; No. 7758 s. 3 (e) Two members shall be elected by the undergraduates but shall Members

not include any member of the teaching staff or any person under elected by the full age of eighteen years; under - (/) The vice-chancellor and principal, the deputy vice-chancellor, the gT.0ffi„„

two pro-vice chancellors, the vice-principal, the chairman of the members, advisory committee appointed under the Agricultural Colleges Amended i»y Act 1958, and the president of the Students' Representative Coun- £ ° ; ^ £ \ cil, shall be members ex officio. No. 7545 s. "a (fa) one shall be a person appointed by the Minister who shall be ' "' ">8 8-

either the Director-General of Education or a deputy for the Director-General.

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Heads of affiliated colleges co-opted.

Other co-opted members.

P a r a (I) r e - pealed by No. 7768 s. 8 Existing members.

Members subsequently elected or appointed.

Power to remove members appointed by Governor in Council.

Members of Legislative Council or Legislative Assembly appointed as members of council.

Members elected or appointed having special qualifications.

Limitation of tenure of office by professors.

Inserted by No. 7758 s. 4 Fix-officio members.

Members appointed by cn-option.

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( g ) Two and not more than two members shall b e heads of affiliated colleges who shall be appointed by co-option by the council;

( h ) Not more than two other members shall be persons appointed by co-option by the council; and

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( 2 ) The present members of the council of the University in office at the commencement of this Act shall for the respective terms for which they were elected or appointed be deemed to be members of the council elected or appointed under this Act.

6. Subject to this Act—

elected or appointed members of the council shall be entitled to hold office for four years and shall (if qualified) be eligible for re-election or re-appointment; and

the term of office of members elected or appointed to fill vacancies caused by the retirement of members on the expiration of their term of office shall be reckoned as commencing immediately after the expiration of such term:

Provided that—

( a ) any member of the council appointed by the Governor in Council may be removed by the Governor in Council;

( b ) if any member of the council appointed as being a member of the Legislative Council or of the Legislative Assembly ceases to be a member of t h e Legislative Council or of the Legislative Assembly and is not re-elected at the next election to the Legis- lative Council or the Legislative Assembly (as the case may b e ) his office as a member of the council shall become vacant;

( c ) if any member of the council elected or appointed by reason of his being a professor, the dean of a faculty, a member of the teaching staff, or the head of an affiliated college ceases to hold the qualification in respect of which he was elected or appointed, his office as a member of the council shall become vacant;

( c a ) a professor or dean of a faculty shall not be eligible for election by the professors for a third consecutive term of four years;

[ d ) if any member of the council becomes entitled to be a member thereof ex officio he shall be deemed and taken to hold office as a member ex officio and his place on the council thereby vacated shall be filled in manner provided in this Act for the filling of casual vacancies; and

( e ) the following provisions shall apply with respect to members appointed by co-option—

( i ) members so appointed as being heads of affiliated colleges shall be entitled to hold office for a term of four years; and such term shall be reckoned as commencing on and including the day of appointment; and vacancies however occurring in the office of members so appointed shall b e filled by the appointment by the council by co-option of heads of affiliated colleges in rotation so far as practicable; and

(ii) all other members appointed by co-option whenever ap- pointed shall retire on the date (next after their appoint- m e n t ) on which members appointed, by the Governor in Council retire bv effluxion of time.

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7. ( 1 ) Subject to this Act elections of members of the council shall Elections, how be conducted in accordance with statutes or regulations of the University. No 3795lds' 7

( 2 ) In the case of elections of members b y convocation or by under- Election of graduates such statutes or regulations may provide for voting by post members by and for preferential voting or for proportional representation where the o r DyC u'nder-

principle of proportional representation is applicable. graduates.

( 3 ) In the case of elections or appointments of members of the E'eciions and council to fill vacancies caused by the retirement of members on the to'fil" m e n t >

expiration of their term of office— vacancies at ( a ) elections or appointments of members (other than members ap- term of office,

pointed by co-option) shall b e made within one month or, in the

case of an election of a member by undergraduates, within six x™v"i£a ^7s months before the date of the expiration of the term of office

aforesaid and shall take effect immediately on the expiration of such term; and

( b ) the appointment of members to be then appointed by co-option Appointment shall be made at a meeting of the council to be held on or as soon n,enibe°rs.e

as practicable after that date.

7a. ( 1 ) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 the member ^."vislon^

of the council elected by undergraduates at the election held next after No. 7362 s. 8 the commencement of the Melbourne University (Council) Act 1968

shall hold office for a term of one year from the expiration of the term of the retiring member.

( 2 ) A member of the council elected by undergraduates at any election "if,™ 0° subsequent to the election referred to in sub-section ( 1 ) to fill a vacancy undergraduates caused bv the retirement of a member on the expiration of his term of representatives

office shall hold office for a term of two years. £ . , £t v v 0

No. 7758 s. 6 ( 3 ) A member of the council elected by undergraduates shall not be Limitation of eligible for election by undergraduates for a third consecutive term of ^ \c^ by

t w o y e a r s . undergraduates 7b. ( 1 ) An election of a member of the council by members of the Representative

teaching staff other than the professors shall be held forthwith after the professorial commencement of the Melbourne University (Council) Act 1968 and staff.

the member elected shall retire when any of the members of the council No- 7 7 S 8 8- 6 elected by convocation next retire after the said commencement by

effluxion of time.

( 2 ) A member of the council elected b y members of the teaching staff other than the professors at any election subsequent to the election referred to in sub-section ( 1 ) to fill a vacancy caused by the retirement of a member on the expiration of his term of office shall hold office for a term of four years.

( 3 ) A member of the council elected by members of the teaching staff J^"'™"™ °f

other than the professors shall not be eligible for election by members office by

of such teaching staff for a third consecutive term of four years. representative of sub-

professorial staff.

7c. ( 1 ) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 the member of Tfe™.aaua0tffice

the council elected by graduate students shall hold office for a period stude'iits"3 '

of t w o y e a r s . representative.

No. 7758 3. 6 ( 2 ) The member of the council elected by graduate students shall Jen^'of"

not be eligible for re-election by graduate students for a third consecutive office by

term of two years. graduate students'

representative.

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First election by graduate students.

Casual vacancies where no election &c.

No. 3795 s. 8.

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(3) An election of a member of the council by graduate students shall be held forthwith after the commencement of the Melbourne University (Council) Act 1968 and the member elected shall retire when any members of the council elected by convocation next retire after the said commencement by effluxion of time.

8. In any case where—

(a) at any election for elective members of the council—

(i) no seats or vacancies are filled; or

(ii) a number of seats or vacancies less than the whole number which should have been filled is filled; or

(b) any such election should have been held but is not held—the seats or vacancies which should have been filled and are not filled shall severally be deemed to be casual vacancies; and the members eventually elected to fill the same shall be entitled to continue in office as if elected at such election.

Office of g jf a n v member of the council by writing under his hand directed council how to the chancellor of the University resigns his office, or if he is declared vacated. by commission or otherwise of unsound mind, or if he becomes bankrupt No. 3795 s. 9. or insolvent or if he is convicted of any felony or misdemeanour, or if without special leave previously granted by the council he absents him- self from all meetings of the same during six consecutive months, or if he is removed from office or if he ceases to hold any qualification required for his becoming or being a member of the council, his office shall become vacant.

Filling of casual vacancies.

No. 3795 s.

10. (1) Any casual vacancy in the office of an elected or appointed member of the council shall be filled by the election or appointment of 10 a member to fill the vacancy.

(2) The member to be so elected or appointed shall have the like qualification (if any) as that of the member whose office has become vacant.

(3) The election or appointment shall be made by the person or body of persons by whom or which the member whose office has become vacant was elected or appointed.

(4) Subject to this Act a member elected or appointed to fill a casual vacancy shall (save as is otherwise expressly provided with respect to members appointed by co-option as being heads of affiliated colleges) be entitled to hold office during the residue of the term of the member whose office he fills:

Provided that—

Casual vacancies in cases of members elected by convocation.

Casual vacancy within three months before expiration of term of office.

Election of chancellor and deputy- chancellor.

No. 3795 s. 11;

No. 4116

«. 3 (1) (c).

Amended by No. 7426 s. 2

(a) any casual vacancy in the office of a member elected by con- vocation shall be filled by the standing committee of convocation at a meeting of such committee to be called by the warden; and (b) if any casual vacancy occurs within three months before the

expiration of the term of office of an elected or appointed member it shall not be obligatory to fill such vacancy for the remainder of such term.

11. (1) The members of the Council shall from time to time as occasion arises elect a person whether a member of the Council or not to be the Chancellor of the University for such term and subject to such conditions as are prescribed by the statutes.

(2) Any person elected as Chancellor if he is not otherwise a member of the Council shall be and remain a member of the Council ex officio during his term of office as Chancellor.

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( 3 ) The members of the Council shall from time to time as occasion Powers and arises elect not more than two of its members to be deputy-chancellors deputy-0 of the University for such terms and subject to such conditions as are chancellor,

prescribed by the statutes. Ss- (2>

repeiiled.

by No. 7426 ( 4 ) In the absence of the Chancellor or during any vacancy in the "• < x' office of Chancellor or during the inability of the Chancellor to act

or at any other time with the consent of the Chancellor a deputy- chancellor shall have such of the powers and duties of the Chancellor as the Council from time to time determines.

( 5 ) The statutes may provide for voting by post and for preferential voting on any election held for the purposes of this section.

12. At every meeting of the council the chancellor or in his absence Chairmanship one of the deputy-chancellors elected by the meeting shall preside as °J ^ " S '1- , , . chairman; and in the absence of the chancellor and the deputy- No.' 4 n s "

chancellors the members of the council present shall elect a chairman, s. 3 (1) (d).

Inserted by Mo. 7426 s. 2 13. No member of the council shall be entitled to vote cither in the Members of council or in any committee thereof on any subject in which he has a Vo'te,C,wricro ° direct pecuniary interest, and the vote of any member so interested shall interested.

be disallowed. No. 3795 s. 13.

14. ( 1 ) All questions which come before any meeting of the council ho'w^cJedded.

shall be decided by the majority of the members present. No. 3795 s. 14.

( 2 ) The chairman at any such meeting shall have a vote and in case of an equality of votes a casting vote.

( 3 ) No question shall be decided at any meeting of the council unless at least eight members thereof are present.

15. ( 1 ) T h e council shall have full power to appoint and dismiss all ^"i101',^;0,.

professors officers and servants of the said University, and shall have the management entire management and superintendence over the affairs concerns and of the property thereof, subject to the statutes and regulations of the University. University.

No. 3795 s. 15;

No. 4116 s. 2.

( 2 ) (fl) Without limiting the generality of sub-section ( 1 ) of this ^ °l n^T n g t a

section the council may appoint and dismiss an officer who shall b e a n^ duties styled the vice-chancellor and principal. of vice-

chancellor (7;) Subject to this Act, the vice-chancellor and principal shall as a n d principal, such have such powers and duties as are conferred or imposed upon him

by statutes or regulations of the University.

( 3 ) ( a ) Without limiting the generality of sub-section ( 1 ) of this ^ " j ,1" , ™1 ,

section the council may annually appoint two pro-vice-chancellors one o^rties'of"1

of whom shall be the chairman of the professorial board. pro-vice- chancellors.

( b ) Subject to this Act, each of the pro-vice-chancellors shall as such 8»- <s> l n- have such powers and duties as are conferred or imposed upon him by (jo.e6go»ys. 2 statutes or regulations of the University.

( c ) Without limiting the generality of sub-section ( 1 ) of this section Authority the council may appoint and dismiss an officer who shall be styled the aepmy°vice- deputy vice-chancellor and an officer who shall be styled the vice- chancellor

principal. «n d

vlce-prlnclpal ( d ) Subject to this Act the deputy vice-chancellor and the vice- 5lf*7MK «y- principal shall as such have such powers and duties as are conferred

or imposed on them by statutes or regulations of the University.

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committees 16. ( 1 ) T h e council may by resolution constitute and appoint such delegation committees as it thinks fit and may by resolution delegate all or any of powers of its powers authorities duties and functions (other than this power S 16 repealed 0f delegation and the power to make statutes and regulations) to any No 7545 s 4 s u cb committee or to any member of the council or to any officer of the

University.

( 2 ) Every delegation under this section shall be revocable by resolu- tion of the council and no such delegation shall prevent the exercise or discharge by the council of any of its powers authorities duties or functions.

Council to i 7# The council shall subject to this Act have full power to make and statutes and alter any statutes and regulations (so as the same are not repugnant to regulations. any existing law or to the provisions of this Act) touching the discipline No. 3795 s. 17. of the University, the number stipend and manner of appointment and dismissal of the officers thereof, the matriculation of students, the exam- ination for fellowships scholarships prizes exhibitions degrees or honours and the granting of the same respectively, the fees to be charged for matriculation or for any such examination or degree, the lectures or classes of the professors, and the fees to b e demanded b y them, t h e manner and time of convening the meetings of the said council and in general touching all other matters whatsoever regarding the University.

Colleges may be affiliated and boarding- houses licensed.

No. 5579 s. 2.

Power of council to establish and

18. ( 1 ) T h e council shall subject to this Act have full power to make and alter statutes for the affiliation to or connexion with the University of any college or educational establishment to which the governing body of such college or establishment consents, and for the licensing and No. 3795 a. 18; supervision of boarding-houses intended for the reception of students and

the revocation of such licences: Provided always that no such statutes shall affect the religious observances or regulations enforced in such colleges educational establishments or boarding-houses.

( 2 ) Without prejudice to t h e provisions of t h e last preceding sub- section the council shall subject to this Act have full power to make and con'troT"student alter statutes for and with respect to—

( a ) the establishment by the council of hostels and halls of residence for students;

( b ) the management control and closing of any such hostels and halls;

( c ) the arrangement of accommodation for students; and

( d ) exercising, by agreement with the owner or governing body of any hostel or hall not established by t h e council, powers of control and management in relation to any such hostel or hall.

What degrees 19. Subject to the statutes and regulations of t h e University the council

n,a>' De may after examination confer in any faculty except divinity any degree .?" tr,r^," . - diploma certificate or licence:

No. 3795 s. 19. l

As amended Provided that statutes or regulations may be m a d e —

No. 6502 s. 2. /a~j £o r t n e a c|mis sio n without examination to any such degree of any person who has graduated at a university; and

( b ) for the admission honoris causa to any such degree of any person whether or not he has graduated at a university.

Proceedings of the council validated notwith- standing vacancy or want of qualification of members.

No. 3795 s. 20.

20. No proceeding of the council or of any committee thereof shall be invalidated or be illegal in consequence only of there being any vacancy in the number of the members of the council at t h e time of such pro- ceeding; and all proceedings of the council or of a committee thereof or of any other person acting as a member of the council shall notwith- standing it may afterwards be discovered that there was some defect in the election or appointment of the members of the council or persons acting as aforesaid or that they or any of them were incapable of being members of the council be as valid as if every such person had been duly elected or appointed and was capable of being a member of the council.

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Division 3.—Convocation and its Standing Committee

21. (1) Convocation shall consist of all graduates. Constitution of

(2) Convocation— convocation.

No. 3795 a. 21.

(a) shall elect one of its own members to be warden annually or Election of whenever a vacancy occurs in accordance with standing orders warden.

of convocation;

(b) shall hold at least one ordinary meeting in every year; Ordinary (c) may hold special meetings as provided for by standing orders of special

c o n v o c a t i o n ; meetings.

(d) may submit for the consideration of the council such suggestions Power of as it thinks fit with respect to the affairs and concerns of the convocation University; and the council shall take all such suggestions into l° t " sm o n 3

consideration and report to convocation its determinations thereon; t o council, and

(e) may make standing orders providing for the number of ordinary Standing meetings to be held in every year, the time and place of and the orders of manner of convening ordinary and special meetings and for the convocatlorl- regulation of its proceedings and of the proceedings of the stand-

ing committee of convocation and for the election of the warden and for any other matters with respect to which it is empowered by statutes of the University to make standing orders so far as such standing orders are not repugnant to any Act or law in force in Victoria or to any statute or regulation of the University.

22. At every meeting of convocation the warden shall preside as . chairman and in the absence of the warden the members of convocation No31™^"',, 22 present shall elect a chairman.

23. (1) There shall be a standing committee of convocation (here- Standing inafter referred to as "the standing committee") consisting of the warden convocation0

of convocation ex officio and not less than forty other persons who are to be

members of convocation: constituted.

Provided that no member of the council and that no member of the No- 379S s- 2 3

teaching staff or other officer of the University whose sole or principal employment is in connexion with his duties as such shall be a member of the standing committee: Provided further that if any member of the standing committee is elected or appointed to be a member of the council or is appointed to be a member of the teaching staff or other such officer as aforesaid his office as a member of the standing committee shall become vacant.

( 2 ) S u b j e c t t o t h i s A c t — Members to

(a) the elective members of the standing committee shall be elected be elected by

v ' , .. , ° convocation.

by convocation; and

(b) the elections shall be conducted in accordance with statutes or regulations of the University.

(3) Such statutes or regulations may provide for voting by post and Statutes and for preferential voting or for proportional representation where the prin- regulations as ciple of proportional representation is applicable. t o e'ect,ons-

(4) The council may from time to time in accordance with statutes of N u m l ber 0I

.1 I T . .. , . . ' members and

the University determine— representation (a) the number of members of the standing committee to be elected; graduates °f

(b) how the several classes of graduates are to be represented thereon whether separately or by grouping together two or more classes;

and

(c) the number of members to be elected as representing each class or group of classes of graduates so as to secure so far as practicable proportionate representation of each class or group of classes of

graduates according to the number of graduates therein.

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revoking or altering existing statute or regulation.

Coming into operation of new statute.

Number of graduates in each case to be an even number.

Elections, when to be held.

Persons elected both as members of the council and as members of the standing committee.

Application of provisions as to elections

&c.

Votes of graduates.

Casual vacancies.

Filling of casual vacancies.

Existing elective members.

Meetings of standing committee.

No.379S s. 24.

(5) Where in consequence of the making of any statute as aforesaid any previously existing statute or regulation of the University is revoked or altered and in consequence thereof any change is made in the number of members to be elected or in the classes or groups of classes of graduates to be represented or in the representation of any class or group of classes of graduates provision may be made in the new statute for any matters or things necessary or convenient to be provided for carrying the new statute into effect.

(6) Any new statute under this section shall take effect immediately before the election of members of the standing committee to be held next after the making of the statute.

(7) In all cases the number of representatives of each class or group of classes of graduates to be elected as provided in this section shall be an even number.

(8) All elections of members of the standing committee to fill vacancies (other than casual vacancies) shall be held at the same time as elections of members of the council to be elected by convocation.

(9) If at any such elections any person is elected both as a member of the council and as a member of the standing committee his election as a member of the standing committee shall be void and his place thereon shall be filled in manner hereinafter provided for the filling of casual vacancies in the standing committee; and the person so elected to fill such place shall be entitled to hold office as if he had been elected at the first-mentioned election.

(10) The provisions of this Act relating to members of the council elected by convocation so far as regards tenure of office, eligibility for re-election, the conduct of elections, and the occurrence of and the filling of vacancies shall mutatis mutandis extend and apply to elected members of the standing committee:

Provided that—

(fl) at elections of members of the standing committee every member of convocation shall be qualified to vote by reason of being a graduate of the class or group of classes of graduates to be repre- sented and shall be entitled to one vote in respect of each degree conferred upon such graduate or to which such graduate has been admitted by the University; but no graduate shall be entitled to more than one vote in respect of any degrees in any one faculty or school;

(b) if any elected member of the standing committee by writing undei his hand directed to the warden resigns his office or if he is absent from three consecutive meetings thereof without the leave of the standing committee previously granted his office shall become vacant;

(c) in the case of any casual vacancy however occurring in the office of an elected member of the standing committee the vacancy shall be filled by the election by a majority of the remaining members of the standing committee (at a meeting to be convened by the warden) of a member representing the same class or group ol classes of graduates; and the person so elected shall be entitled to hold office during the residue of the term of the member whose place he fills; and

(d) the present elective members of the standing committee of con- vocation in office at the commencement of this Act shall for the respective terms for which they were elected be deemed to be members as if elected under this Act.

24. (1) Subject to any standing orders of convocation the standing committee—

(a) may meet at such times and places as it thinks fit; and may adjourn any meeting; and

(b) may regulate its own proceedings.

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( 2 ) So long as there is a quorum Co) the standing committee may act Power to act

notwithstanding any vacancy in its numbers. standing vacancy.

( 3 ) The warden shall be ex officio chairman of the standing committee Warden to be and the warden or in his absence a member of the standing committee cnarmaii elected as chairman by the members present shall preside at all meetings of t h e standing committee.

25. The standing committee—

( a ) may amend any statute or regulation submitted by the council for Powers and its approval and may return the same so amended for the further duties of consideration of the council but shall not originate any statute 'oinni\"tee.

or regulation; N o 3 7 9 5 , 2 5

( b ) may submit for the consideration of the council such suggestions as it thinks fit with respect to the affairs and concerns of the University; and the council shall take all such suggestions into consideration and report to the standing committee its determina- tions thereon;

( c ) shall report to the council on any matters referred to it by the council for report;

( d ) may at any time and shall once at least in every year report to convocation; and

( e ) shall have such other powers and duties as are conferred or imposed on it by or under this Act or any other Act or any statutes or regulations of the University.

26. ( 1 ) All questions which come before any meeting of convocation Questions or of the standing committee of convocation shall b e decided by t h e how decided.

majority of members present. No. 3 / 9 5 s'

( 2 ) The chairman at any such meeting shall have a vote and in case of an equality of votes a casting vote.

( 3 ) No question shall be decided at any meeting of convocation Quorum, unless at least twenty members thereof are present or at any meeting of the standing committee unless at least ten members thereof are present.

27. The provisions of section twenty of this Act shall extend and validation of apply to convocation and the standing committee and persons acting as proceedings members thereof respectively as if for the word "council" in such section notwith- there were substituted the word "convocation" or the words "standing vacancy* or committee of convocation" (as the case may r e q u i r e ) . dis-

qualification.

Division 4.—The Professorial Board N o 3795 s 2y 28. ( 1 ) There shall be a professorial board consisting of the chan- constitution cellor the deputy-chancellors, the vice-chancellor and principal and the of the

p r o f e s s o r s . professorial board,

( 2 ) T h e professorial board— Powers and ( a ) may discuss and forward to the council an opinion on any matter duties of the

whatsoever relating to the University; and in particular may make board.

to the council any recommendations as to studies and discipline No. 3795 s. 28;

in the University; No. 4116 ( b ) shall report to the council on all matters submitted to it by the J.-1 o i g l ^ ' 2

council for report;

( c ) shall have such other powers and duties as are conferred or imposed upon it by or under this Act or any other Act or any statutes or regulations of the University; and

( d ) subject to any statutes or regulations of the University may regu- late its own proceedings.

Division 5.—The Faculties

29. ( 1 ) Subject to the express provisions of any Act— The faculties, ( a ) there shall be such faculties as are from time to time established No. 3795 s. 29

by the statutes with such constitutions and such powers and duties as are conferred or imposed upon them by or under this Act or any other Act or any statutes or regulations of the Uni- versity; and

~ (o) See section 26 (3).

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appointment or election of deans of faculties.

Amended by No. 6802 a. 8 Powers and duties of deans of faculties.

Making alteration &c of statutes and regulations.

No. 3795 s. 30;

No. 4116 s. 3 (1) (/).

Provision where standing committee fails to approve statutes or regulations.

Submission of certain new statutes &c. to faculty and professorial board.

Delayed report.

Urgent matters.

Adoption of proposal recommended by faculty &c.

( b ) a dean of each faculty shall pursuant to and in accordance with statutes of the University from time to time as occasion arises b e —

( i ) appointed by the council; or

(ii) elected by the members of the faculty from their own number; and

( c ) each faculty may subject to the statutes and regulations of the University regulate its own proceedings.

( 2 ) T h e deans of the several faculties shall as such have such powers and duties as are conferred or imposed upon them by statutes or regula- tions of the University.

Division 6.—Statutes and Regulations

30. ( 1 ) No new statute or regulation of the University or alteration or repeal of any existing statute or regulation shall be of any force until approved by the standing committee of convocation:

Provided that—

( a ) in any case w h e r e —

(i) the standing committee fails to approve any such new statute or regulation or alteration or repeal or returns the same to the council with amendments to which the council does not agree; and

(ii) the council again submits the same to the standing committee with or without any amendments made by the standing com- mittee and the standing committee fails to approve the same

or returns the same to the council with amendments to which the council does not agree—

such statute regulation alteration or repeal may b e made (with or without amendment) by resolution of a majority of the whole of the members of the council at a meeting of the council specially called for the purpose by the chancellor; and if so made shall have the same force validity and effect as if it had been approved by the standing committee; and

( b ) the standing committee shall be deemed to have failed to approve any such statute regulation alteration or repeal if it does not return the same to the council within three months after it has been submitted to the standing committee by the council.

( 2 ) Before any new statute or regulation or any alteration or repeal of any existing statute or regulation is made the council (where the proposal concerns any degree diploma certificate or licence or any course of study) shall submit the proposed statute regulation alteration or repeal to the appropriate faculty or faculties and to the professorial board for consideration and report:

Provided that—

( a ) if any such report is not made to the council within one month (or such further period as the council in any case determines) after the submission of the proposal to the appropriate faculty or faculties or to the professorial board (as the case may b e ) the new statute or regulation or the alteration or repeal may b e made without such report having been received;

( b ) with respect to any matter declared by the council to be urgent any new statute or regulation or any alteration or repeal may (without the submission thereof to the said board or to any faculty) be made to come into force immediately and to have effect for any period specified therein but not exceeding three months; and

( c ) where a proposed statute regulation alteration or repeal adopts (without amendment or with an amendment which is merely verbal or in the opinion of the council not substantial) a proposal recommended to the council by the appropriate faculty or

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faculties and by the professorial board it shall not be necessary to submit as aforesaid such proposed statute regulation alteration or repeal to any such body from which the recommendation was received.

( 3 ) Any member of the council on behalf of the council and the dean Members of of any faculty at the request of the council or any officer or member of authorized' the teaching staff of the University at the like request may with the to attend consent of the standing committee of convocation attend any meeting of meetings of the standing committee for the purpose only of explaining any proposed ^J^nmit^e in statute regulation alteration or repeal referred to the standing committee certain cases.

for its approval and may take part in any debate or discussion thereon but shall not vote.

( 4 ) For the purposes of this section the date of the submission of any ^ *t e. ° ' . f

proposal to any faculty or to the professorial board shall be the date on proposals, which the same is received by the dean of the faculty or the chairman of

the professorial board (as the case may b e ) .

3 1 . AH statutes and regulations made pursuant to this Act shall be Statutes to be reduced to writing, and the common seal of the University having been Governor. l° affixed thereto shall be submitted to the Governor to b e allowed and NO. 3795 «. 31.

countersigned by him; and if so allowed and countersigned shall be binding upon all persons members of the University and upon all candi- dates for degrees to be conferred by the same; and the production of a verified copy of any such statutes and regulations under the said seal Copy in shall be sufficient evidence of the authenticity of the same in all courts ev,dence.

of justice and before persons acting judicially.

PART I I . — E N D O W M E N T F I N A N C E ETC. AND PROVISION FOR TEACHING ETC. AND F R E E PLACES IN C E R T A I N COURSES AND SUBJECTS.

Division 1.—State Grants end Provision for Teaching etc. and Free Places in Certain Courses and Subjects.

32. In every financial year there shall be issued and applied out of Endowment, the Consolidated Revenue (which is hereby to the necessary extent No. 3795 s. 32;

appropriated accordingly) and be paid to the University the sum of ^ °j ?JJ , •.

Forty-five thousand pounds as a fund for maintaining the University, anu for defraying the several stipends which may be appointed to be paid to the vice-chancellor the several professors officers and servants to be appointed by such University, and for defraying the expenses of such fellowships scholarships prizes and exhibitions as are awarded for the encouragement of students in the University, and for providing a library for the same, and for discharging all necessary charges connected with the management thereof.

33. ( 1 ) The University—

( a ) shall (upon such terms and conditions, financial or otherwise, as teaching^c"

are agreed upon between the Minister and the council) act in in science as conjunction with the Education Department in providing teaching ?ppIlc;1d .'?

and conducting research in science as applied to household n^Jfagement.

management and shall provide for the granting of appropriate N o 3795 9 33.

degrees or diplomas or both in this subject; No! 5579

». 3 (o) (6).

( b ) shall, at the request of the Minister and at such times and upon Short courses such terms and conditions, financial or otherwise, as are agreed ^ y ^ g1 1 1

upon between the Minister and the council, provide for teachers and for other persons short courses (including laboratory work) in such subjects of University teaching as are so agreed upon;

( c ) shall admit to the course for any degree agreed upon between the CJ"^';"1 0 1 1 t 0

Minister and the council and to the course for the diploma of courses of education without payment of fee not more than fifteen persons certain in each year being certificated teachers in the Education Depart- Education"1

ment recommended for the purpose by the Director of Education Department.

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Students in training at teachers' college of Education Department.

Persons in employment of Government.

No. 7758 s. 7

Free places.

Ss (f) repealed by No. 7545 9. 6.

Recognition of practical work in Government departments in certain cases.

Examinations in country centres.

Investigations to be made by agreement between the Minister and the council.

Council may recognize approved courses of study &c. by certain classes of students.

Provisions as to "free places" &c.

but so that there shall not at any time be more than sixty such persons receiving free instruction at the University;

( d ) shall also admit to any course for any diploma or degree on payment of one-half of the amount of the fee for such course students in training at the teachers' college of the Education Department, or any certificated teacher of that department recom- mended by the Minister;

( e ) shall in each year admit to full courses for degrees diplomas or licences without payment of fees for lectures or examinations not more than thirty persons in the employment of the Government of Victoria (other than teachers in the Education Department) who have passed the entrance examinations required by statutes or regulations of the University and are nominated in each year by the Minister;

( / ) shall in each year provide "free places" admitting to full courses for degrees diplomas or licences (including the course for articled clerks prescribed by rules made under the Legal Profession Prac- tice Act 1958 by the Council of Legal Education) without pay- ment of fees for lectures or examinations sixty other persons (in addition to the senior and other scholarships provided under this Act) who are nominated in each year by the Minister and who before being so nominated—

( i ) have passed the entrance examinations required by statutes or regulations of the University; or

(ii) in the case of persons nominated for "free places" admitting to the course for articled clerks, have either passed the said examinations or obtained a certificate under rules made as aforesaid that they are fit to pursue that course;

( g ) shall act in conjunction with the several Government departments for the recognition (for the purposes of degrees diplomas and licences) of practical work approved pursuant to statutes or regulations of the University done by students in those depart- ments; and

( h ) shall where practicable make the necessary provision for t h e holding of examinations in country centres.

( 2 ) Where any responsible Minister of the Crown desires that any investigation be made by members of the teaching staff of the University such investigations shall be made and upon such terms and conditions as (after consultation between the council and the professor or other senior member of the teaching staff of the department or school con- cerned) are agreed upon between the Minister and the council; and a report of the result of such investigation shall be furnished to the Minister.

( 3 ) The council in accordance with the statutes and regulations of the University may recognize—

( a ) in lieu of or for the purposes of any examination or part thereof;

or

( b ) for the purposes of any course or part thereof for any degree diploma or licence—

approved courses of study completed by and examinations thereon passed by students—

( i ) of any correspondence courses or tutorial class; or

(ii) of any approved agricultural college workingmen's college technical school high school or secondary school.

( 4 ) T h e Governor in Council may make regulations for or with respect t o —

( a ) the conditions under which persons may be recommended or nominated for courses as provided in paragraphs ( c ) and ( e ) of sub-section ( 1 ) of this section;

( b ) authorizing the Minister to enter into agreements with such persons and with sureties for such persons;

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(c) prescribing forms for use in respect of such agreements (and any such forms and forms to the like effect shall be effective in law);

(d) the conditions under which "free places" provided for in para- graph (f) of sub-section (1) of this section may be granted; and (e) generally any matters or things necessary or expedient for carrying

this section into effect.

(5) The Minister may upon such terms and conditions as he thinks maintenance fit provide maintenance grants (not exceeding in any one case Fifty grants.

pounds per annum) for any persons who are holders of "free places"

under this section.

Amount of

34. In addition to any sums which by this Act or any other Act may additional be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue to the University there shall in 8r»nt.

every financial year be issued and applied out of the Consolidated No. 3795 s. 34;

Revenue (which is hereby to the necessary extent appropriated accord- N°; si8 1's' ' ingly) and be paid to the University a sum of Three thousand one s. 17 (1).

hundred pounds which shall (subject to the previous approval of the

Governor in Council) be applied by the University towards— Purposes (a) teaching and conducting research in science within the University; to which

a n d additional grant is to be

applied.

Research in science.

(b) the establishment and maintenance within the University of a University University Extension Department so as to provide facilities for Department.

University education throughout Victoria whether by tutorial classes, correspondence classes, University extension classes, vaca- tion classes or otherwise.

35. The council shall in every year include in its annual report to the Report by Governor a full and separate account of the income and expenditure N0ln3795 s 35 under the last preceding section and a detailed statement of the manner

in which the provisions of the said section have been carried into effect.

Division 2.—University Students Loan Fund

36. (1) There shall be established and kept by the council a fund utniJe^sityr

to be called the University Students Loan Fund (hereinafter referred Pund^to8 be"3"

to as "the said fund"). established.

No. 3795 3. 36;

No. 3942 s. 2.

(2) In addition to any money already credited to or paid into the Moneys to be said fund there shall be credited to or paid into (as the case may be) "edited to or

the said f u n d - fp^dd.,mo , h e

(a) all moneys received in repayment of loans to students from the said fund, with the interest on such loans; and

(b) any other moneys received by the council for the purpose of being paid into or credited to the said fund.

(3) Out of the said fund loans may be made to University students Loans to who are nominated by a committee of three members of the council University

appointed for the purpose by the council. under (3A) Notwithstanding anything in any Act or law— Inserted3 by

(a) loans may be made pursuant to this section to students of or over jf0_ 7545 8. 0.

the age of 18 years and under the age of 21 years; and

(b) any such student to whom a loan is so granted may execute all instruments and give all necessary acquittances and shall be subject to the operation of law in respect of the loan in all respects as if he were of full age.

(4) The said fund shall be administered in manner approved by the Admimstra- Govemor in Council and in accordance with statutes or regulations of the t i o n of fund.

University which statutes or regulations the University is hereby auth- orized to make; and, without affecting the generality of this provision, such statutes or regulations may provide for the number of loans to be

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I n v e s t m e n t of s u r p l u s .

R e p o r t s by c o u n c i l .

R e c o u p i n g A s s u r a n c e F u n d o u t of C o n s o l i d a t e d R e v e n u e if n e c e s s a r y .

P o w e r to a p p o i n t t h e c o r p o r a t i o n of t h e U n i v e r s i t y c u s t o d i a n t r u s t e e of t r u s t p r o p e r t i e s c o n s t i t u t i n g e n d o w m e n t s . N o . 3795 s. 37 N o . 4 1 9 1 s. 2, Effect of a p p o i n t m e n t . T r a n s f e r of p r o p e r t y .

M a n a g e m e n t of t r u s t p r o p e r t y &c.

C u s t o d y of a n d a c c e s s to s e c u r i t i e s a n d d o c u m e n t s of t i t l e .

C o n c u r r e n c e

&c. by c o r p o r a t i o n in a c t s n e c e s s a r y to e n a b l e m a n a g i n g t r u s t e e s t o e x e r c i s e p o w e r of m a n a g e m e n t .

made in every year, the terms and conditions on which loans may be made, the interest chargeable on loans, and the repayment of loans.

( 5 ) Any moneys standing to the credit of the said fund and not immediately required for loans to students may be invested in Victorian Government securities W ; and the interest arising from any such invest- ment shall be paid into and form part of the said fund.

( 6 ) The council shall in every year include in its annual report to the Governor a full and separate account of transactions under this section and a detailed statement of the manner in which this section has been carried into effect; and shall on the request of the Treasurer of Victoria supply to him all such information and particulars as he may require as to the administration of the said fund.

( 7 ) If at any time any sums lawfully payable in respect of claims against the Assurance F u n d under t h e Transfer of L a n d Act 1954 exceed the amount standing to the credit thereof there shall be paid into the said Assurance F u n d out of the Consolidated Revenue (which is hereby to the necessary extent appropriated accordingly) such sum or sums as may be required to meet such excess but not exceeding in all (in the case of any amounts theretofore transferred out of the said Assurance Fund under the authority of section twenty-nine of the University Act 1923 to the University Students Loan F u n d ) the amounts so transferred and not repaid.

Division 3—Trust Property

37. ( 1 ) Where trust property constituting the endowment of any scholarship, exhibition or prize awarded by the University or constituting any other endowment of the University is held by trustees other than the body politic and corporate of the University itself (hereinafter referred to as "the corporation") the person having power to appoint new trustees may by deed appoint the corporation to be the custodian trustee of the trust property.

( 2 ) The power to appoint the corporation to be custodian trustee may be exercised whether or not t h e number of trustees has been reduced

• below the original number.

( 3 ) Upon every such appointment being made the following provisions shall have effect:

( a ) The trust property shall where necessary be transferred to the corporation as if the corporation were the sole trustee and for that purpose vesting orders may where necessary be made under the Trustee Act 1958 or the Transfer of Land Act 1958;

( h ) The management of the trust property and the exercise of any power or discretion exercisable by the trustees under the trust shall remain vested in the trustees other than the corporation (which trustees are hereinafter referred to as the "managing trustees");

( c ) As between the corporation and the managing trustees, and subject and without prejudice to the rights of any other persons, the corporation shall have the custody of all securities and docu- ments of title relating to the trust property, but the managing trustees shall have free access thereto and be entitled to take

copies thereof or extracts therefrom;

( d ) The corporation shall concur in and perform all acts necessary to enable the managing trustees to exercise their powers of manage- ment or any other power or discretion vested in them (including the power to pay money or securities into court) unless the matter in which the corporation is requested to concur is a breach of trust, or involves a personal liability on the corporation in respect of calls or otherwise, but unless the corporation so concurs the corporation shall not be liable for any act or default on the part of the managing trustees or any of them;

( o ) S e e C o m m o n w e a l t h a n d S t a t e s F i n a n c i a l A g r e e m e n t A c t 1927 ( N o . 3 5 5 4 ) s. 1 3 .

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(e) All sums payable to or out of the income or capital of the trust Paym«r'* oJE property shall be paid to or by the corporation: ™m*r ou^of*

income or capital.

Provided that the corporation may allow the dividends and other income derived from the trust property to be paid to the man- aging trustees or to such person as they direct or into such bank to the credit of such person as they direct, and in such case shall be exonerated from seeing to the application thereof and shall not be answerable for any loss or misapplication thereof;

(/) The power of appointing new trustees, when exercisable by the 0{V^ ^m e n

trustees, shall be exercisable by the managing trustees alone, but trustees, the corporation when so appointed as aforesaid shall have the same power of applying to the court for the appointment of a new trustee as any other trustee; and

(g) In determining the number of trustees for the purposes of the Corporation Trustee Act 1958 the corporation shall not be reckoned as a n o t. reckoned

1 aa trustee in

t r u s t e e . determining number of

trustees.

(4) The corporation shall not be appointed as custodian trustee where Cases in the will settlement or other instrument creating the trust contains a which

direction to the contrary. no^tTbe0"

appointed custodian trustee.

(5) This section applies whether the trust was created before or after Application to

the passing of this Act. £ £ £ correated

after passing of this Act.

38. (1) The council may establish one or more investment pools for Establishment the collective investment of any trust funds and other funds held by or £0 0j"v e s t m e n t

in the custody of the University. N o '^&00 3 2

(2) The council may from time to time bring into or withdraw from any such investment pool the whole or any part of any trust fund or other fund held by or in the custody of the University.

(3) The Council shall not bring into any investment pool the whole or any part of any trust fund if the instrument creating the trust expressly directs to the contrary.

(4) The council shall not bring into or retain in any investment pool the whole or any part of any trust fund unless all the securities in which the capital of the investment pool is invested are securities in which the trust fund may properly be invested.

39. The council shall periodically distribute the income of each invest- Distribution ment pool among the funds participating in the pool having regard to "nvesTmeiu ° the extent of the participation by each fund during the relevant account- pools.

ing period, but may, if it considers it expedient so to do, from time to No. 4800 s. 3.

time add some portion of such income to the capital of the pool or establish a fund or funds as a provision against capital depreciation or reduction in income.

40. The provisions of the last two preceding sections shall extend and Extension to apply with such adaptations as are necessary to the residential colleges abated

affiliated with the University. N , „5' , ,

Division 4.—Audit

41. (1) The council shall arrange for a continuous audit of the Continuous income and expenditure of the University and such audit shall be made " „ „ / an(j at such intervals not exceeding one month as the Governor directs. expenditure.

No. 3795 s. 38.

(2) There shall be an annual audit of the accounts of the University A n n aal a u d it

made by the Auditor-General. D£ Audit"'-

General.

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