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$ 17. No person coming from another state or country, shall prac- TITLE 7. tice physic or surgery in this state, until he shall have filed a copy of his diploma, with the clerk of the county where he resides, and until another state he shall have exhibited to the medical society of that county, satisfactory evidence that he has regularly studied physic and surgery, according to the requisitions of the ninth section of this Title.

S 18. No diploma, granted by any authority out of this state, to Diplomas to an individual who shall have pursued his studies in any medical school certain within this state, not incorporated and organized under its laws, shall velid. confer on such individual, the right of practising physic or surgery, within this state.

$ 19. Every person licensed to practice physic or surgery, or both, License in all shall deposit a copy of such license with the clerk of the county where filed. he resides, who shall file the same in his office; and until such license is so deposited, such person shall be liable to all the penalties provided by law, in the same manner as if he had no license.

$ 20. No person under the age of twenty-one years shall be enti- Persons untled to practice physic or surgery in this state.

$ 21. The degree of doctor of medicine conferred by any college Degrees con in this state, shall not be a license to practice physic or surgery ; leges, &c. nor shall any college have, or institute, a medical faculty, to teach the science of medicine, in any other place than where the charter locates the college.

$ 22. Every person, not authorised by law, who, for any fee or re- Penalty for ward, shall practice physic or surgery within this state, shall be in- without aucapable of recovering, by suit, any debt arising from such practice, and shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by fine or imprisonment, or both, in the discretion of the court by which he shall be convicted

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CHAP. XV.
Of Public Instruction.

TITLE 1.-Of the university of this state, and of the foundation and go.

vernment of colleges, academies, and select schools. TITLE 2. Of common schools. TITLE 3.-Of the duties of the superintendent of common schools in re

lation to the instruction of the deaf and dumb. TITLE 4.-Of the Gospel and School lots. Title 5.-Of the Lewiston school fund.

TITLE 1

TITLE I.
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THIS STATE, AND OF THE FOUNDATION AND

GOVERNMENT OF COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, AND SELECT SCHOOLS.
ART. 1.-Oribe organization aod powers of the board of regents.
ART. 2.-Of the powers and duties of the trustees of colleges.
ART. 3.-Of the foundation of academies.
ART. 4.-01 the powers and duties of trustees of academies.
ART. 5.-General provisions applicable to colleges and academies.
ART. 6. Of the foundation and gevernment of Lancasterian or select schools.

ARTICLE FIRST.
Of the Organization and Powers of the Board of Regents.
SEC. I. University instituted ; government vested in regents.

2. Name and corporate powers.
3. Number of regents; who members ex officio.
4. How appointed; how removed.
5. Vacancies, how supplied.
6. Officers; who; how chosen ; tenure of office.
7. Who to preside ; president has casting yote.
8. To be an annual meeting ; time and place.
9. Place of other meetings ; by whom appointed.
10. Eight regents a quorum ; power to adjourn.
11. How meetings ordered and called.
12. Treasurer to keep account of monies received and paid.
13. Secretary to keep journal.
14. Regents may have access to, and take copies of papers.
15. Must visit colleges and academies, and report annually.
16. May make by-laws.
17. Grants must be applied to uses for which made.
18. Regents may confer degrees.
19. Their degree of M. D. to give authority to practise physic.
20. May in certain cases supply vacancies in offices of president and principal
21 & 22. Tenure of office of such person ; powers, emoluments, &c.
23. Regents have control of income of literature fund ; application thereof.
24 & 25. How distribution thereof to be regulated.
26. Regents must require annual returns from seminaries.
27. How return to be attested; what it must contain.
28. Regents must report annually to the legislature an abstract of returns.
29. Regents to prescribe forms of returns.
30. Their necessary expenses to be paid out of treasury.

SECTION 1. An university is instituted in this state, of which the government is, and shall continue to be, vested in a board of regents.'

$2. This university is incorporated under, and is and shall be known by, the name of “The Regents of the University of the State of New-York ;” and by that name shall have perpetual, succession, power to sue and be sued, to make and use a common seal and alter the same at pleasure, to hold property, real and personal, to the amount of the annual income of forty thousand bushels of wheat, and to buy and sell, and otherwise dispose of, lands and chattels.'

S 3. The regents are twenty-one in number, including the governor and lieutenant-governor, who are members of the board by virtue of their offices.

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$ 4. With the exception of the governor and lieutenant-governor, ART. 1. the regents are appointed by the legislature, and may be removed by a concurrent resolution of the senate and assembly,2

pointed, &c. $ 5. All vacancies happening in the offices of those so appointed, Vacancies. shall be supplied by the legislature, in the manner in which the state officers are directed to be appointed, in the fifth Chapter of this act. 2

$6. The officers of this corporation are a chancellor, a vice-chan- Officer. cellor, a treasurer and a secretary, all of whom are chosen by the regents, by ballot; a plurality of votes being sufficient to a choice. They hold their respective offices during the pleasure of the board. 3

$ 7. The chancellor, and if he shall be absent, the vice-chancellor, Presiding off. and if both be absent, the senior regent in the order of appointment, shall preside at all meetings of the regents, and have a casting vote in case of a division. 3

S 8. There shall be an annual meeting of the regents on the eve- Annual meet ning of the second Thursday in January, in every year, at the senate chamber in the Capitol.*

$ 9. All meetings, except adjourned meetings, shall be held at such Other mee! time and place as the chancellor, or in case his office be vacant, or he be absent from the state, the vice-chancellor, or if he be also absent, or the offices of both be vacant, the senior regent in the state, shall appoint.

S 10. Eight regents attending, shall be a board for the transaction Quorum, &c. of business; and the regents present, whether a quorum or otherwise, shall have power to adjourn from time to time, not exceeding ten days at a time.5

$ 11. A meeting shall be ordered and called by the officer author- Calling of ised to appoint the same, as often as three regents, in writing, so request : and the order shall be published in the state paper at least ten days prior to the meeting.

$ 12. The treasurer shall keep an account of all monies by him re- Treasurer. ceived and paid out.

$ 13. The secretary shall keep a journal of the proceedings of the Secretary. regents, in which the ayes and noes on all questions shall be entered, if requested by any one of the regents present. 6

$ 14. Each regent may always have access to, and be permitted Books and to take copies of, all the books and papers of the corporation.

$ 15. The regents are authorised and required, by themselves or Power of vitheir committees, to visit and inspect all the colleges and academies (2) 2 R. L. 260, $1. (3) Ib. § 1 and 2. (4) Ib. 55. (5) Ib. § 1 and 5. (6) Ib. $1. VOL. 1.

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GOVERNMENT OF COLLEGES, ACADEMIES, AND SELECT
ART. 1.-Of the organization and powers of the board of regents.
Art. 2.-Of the powers and duties of the trustees of colleges.
ART. 3.-Of the foundation of academies.
ART. 4.-Of the powers and duties of trustees of academies.
ART. 5.-General provisions applicable to colleges and academi
ART. 6.-Of the foundation and government of Lancasterian

ARTICLE FIRST.
Of the Organization and Powers of the '
Sec. 1. University instituted ; government vested in regent

2. Name and corporate powers.
3. Number of regents ; who members ex officio.
4. How appointed ; how removed.
5. Vacancies, how supplied.
6. Officers; who ; how chosen ; tenure of office.
7. Who to preside ; president has casting vote.
8. To be an annual meeting ; time and place.
9. Place of other meetings ; by whom appointe
10. Eight regents a quorum ; power to adjourn
11. How meetings ordered and called
12. Treasurer to keep account of monies recei
13. Secretary to keep journal.
14. Regents may have access to, and take co
15. Must visit colleges and academies, and
16. May make by-laws.
17. Grants must be applied to uses for wh:
18. Regents may confer degrees.
19. Their degree of M. D. to give authori
20. May in certain cases supply vacancie
21 & 22. Tenure of office of such person
23. Regents have control of income ofl.
24 & 25. How distribution thereof to br
26. Regents must require annual return;
27. How return to be attested; what 11
28. Regents must report annually to the
29. Regents to prescribe forms of rt?

30. Their necessary expenses to be '
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Dually, and on or before the first day of Regents' anw the legislature an abstract of all the re- nual report. ng a general view of the particulars con150 state in their report, the distribution preceding year, of the income of the literahe seminaries sharing in such distribution, by each.11 il prescribe the forms of all returns, which forms of re

Colleges and other seminaries of learning, turn .., and may direct such forms and such ini to time, shall be given by them as visiters, ile printer." of such printing, and all other necessary ex- Expenses of regents, as a board, in the discharge of their Prang, &c. andited by the comptroller, and be paid out of

1. Laws of 1827, p. 237, § 3,4 & 5.

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