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D.D.S. degree, requirements, 59. gents may confer, II; Regents
D.V.S. degree, honorary, prohibited, diploma defined, 45; trustees
72.

power, 20. See also Credentials.
Days attendance, grants for, 27. Directors, see Trustees.
Definition of terms, University law, Dissolution, of educational corpora-

8, 20; public health law, 46, 55, 66. tions, 16; of academies, 31-33.
Degree-conferring institutions, prop- District libraries, transfers, 23.

erty requirements, 17; restriction'. Dividends, see Grants.
of number, 17. See also Colleges. Documents, see Public documents.
Degree-conferring power, restrictions, Dormant institutions, see Delinquent
17-18.

and dormant institutions.
Degrees, charter restrictions, 17; | Duplicate department of State Lib-

conferred by Regents, II; protec- ! rary, 12, 24; receipts from sales,
tion against fraud, 17-18; provi- | 12, 24; loans of books from, 24.
sional charter gives no power to · Duplicates, specimens from State
confer, 16; trustees may confer, 20; Museum, 10; lent from State Lib-
honorary, Regents may confer, 11. 1 rary, 10, 24; transferred to State
See also D.D.S. degree; D.V.S. Library or Museum, 13; exchanges,

degree; M.D. degree; M.D.S. degree. 13, 24.
Delinquent and dormant institutions,

exclusion from University mem Educational corporations, see Cor-
bership, 14; suspension of charter, porations.
14, 17.

Educational funds, see Funds.
Delinquent libraries, 23–24, 25. Educational institutions, see Institu-
Dental degrees, requirements, 59.

tions.
Dental examiners, state boards, 57– Election, of Regents, 4-5, 8-9; of
59.

Regents officers, 9; of trustees, 19;
Dental licenses, issued by Regents, of library trustees, 22.

59-60; indorsement, 59; registra- Employees of University, appoint-
tion, 60-61; revocation, 61-62; ments, 5, 10.
fraudulent, 63.

Employees of University institutions,
Dental licensing examinations, 58 appointment and salaries, 20;
59; fees, 61.

terms of office, 20; removals, 20.
Dental societies, 56-57.

English, cumulative credit, 50.
Dental students, preliminary re Entomologist, state, member of mu-

quirements, 58; exemption from in seum staff, 13.
'creased preliminary requirements, | Equivalents, dental student require-
65-66.

ments, 66; partial, for dental stu-
Dentistry, practice of, law regulat dent certificate, 66; law student

ing, 55-66; dentists exemption requirements, 43-44; medical stu-
from medical law, 54.

dent requirements, 48–49, 50-51;
Departments of University, adminis partial, for medical student certifi-
tration, 9.

cate, 50; requirements for medical
Deputy secretary of University, 9. license, 48; veterinary student re-
Detention of library or museum prop-' quirements, 73; partial, for veteri-
erty, 23.

nary student certificate, 73; re-
Devises, see Bequests.

quirements for veterinary license,
Diminution of trust funds, 38.

68-69;
Diplomas, conferment restricted, 17; equivalents from local sources:

provisions against fraud, 17; Re- 25; subject to return to State, 25.

fund.

Estimate and apportionment, boards | Forfeiture of state grants, 23.

of, may establish libraries, 21. Fraud in obtaining credentials, 17Ex officio Regents, 4, 8.

18. Examinations, admission to, 11; for Free public libraries, law affecting, 20;

extension work, II; fraud in, 18; abolition, 25; delinquent libraries, law authorizing, 11. See also Aca 23, 24, 25; establishment, 21, 26,42; demic examinations; Degrees; incorporation, 15, 22; library fund, Dental licensing examinations;

22; instruction on organizing, 24; Fees; Law student' examinations; penalties for detention of books, Medical licensing examinations; 23; penalties for injuries to propProfessional examinations; Public erty, 23; control of property by accountants; Veterinary licensing Regents, 24; reports, 22; formed examinations.

from school libraries, 23; subExaminers, see Dental examiners; sidies, 21-22; taxes, 21, 22; rights Medical examiners; Nurses, exam of libraries transferred, 23; trusiners; Public accountant examin tees, 22, 23–24, 26; use, 23. See ers; Veterinary examiners.

also Branch libraries; Institutions Exchanges, of duplicates from State

of University; Public library Library, 13, 24.

grants. Executive committee of trustees, 18. Free school fund, see Common school Exemptions from taxation, 38-40. Expenses, medical licensing examina Funds, custody, 8; disposition of

tions, 47; dental licensing exami revenues, 3; distribution of, 14nations, 61; veterinary licensing 15; grants to sectarian institutions examinations, 68.

forbidden, 3, 15; inviolable, 3, 15; Extension of business, restriction, 17. law of 1904, 6. See also Academic Extension of educational facilities, 11. fund; Common school fund; LiterExtra copies of state publications, 12.

ature fund; Public library grants;

United States deposit fund. False personation, 55, 64, 73. Fees, for academic examinations, 11; General corporation law, extract

for dental examinations, 61; for i from, 30-31. medical examinations, 47; for General fund, 14. public accountant examinations, General municipal law, extract from, 74; for veterinary examinations; 42. 68; for assistance to libraries, 24; Geologist, state, member of museum for indorsement of medical license. staff, 13. 52; for registration of medical li- Gifts, disposition, 24; to libraries,

cense, 53; use of, 11, 24, 47, 61, 68. conditional acceptance of, 21. See Felony, conviction of disqualifies for also Bequests.

practice of medicine, 55; dentis- Government libraries, 13.
try, 61-62; veterinary medicine, Government of University, 8.

Government publications, see Public Finances, see Funds.

documents. Fines, for injury to library or mu. Governor, ex officio Regent 8.

seum property, 23; for detention . Grants, academic fund: laws, 14-15, of books, 23; disposition of, 24; 27; deficiency, 15, 27; quota, 27; for violation of dental law, 62-63, public library money: law, 2465; for violations of medical law, 25; equivalents from local sources, 55; for violations of veterinary' 25; forfeiture, 23; return to state, law, 72–73

25. See also Bequests.

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Hearings, on proposed changes in Law student examinations, rules re-

charters, 16; on proposed annul- | quiring, 43-45; subjects, 43; equi-
ment of charters, 16.

valents for, 43-44.
High schools, use of term, 8.

Laws repealed, 25, 27, 65.
Higher education, in state Constitu Lecturers, extension, Regents may
tion, 3; defined in University law,

designate, it; expenses, II. .
8.

Lectures, Regents may maintain, 1o.
Higher examinations, admission to,

Legislature, members of, may bor-
11.

row from State Library, 12.
Historical associations, incorpora-

Liability of academy trustees, 34.
tion, 15.

Libraries, abolition, 25; definition,
Honorary degrees, see Degrees,

20; establishment, 21, 26, 42; in-
honorary.

corporation, 15, 22; museum col-
Horton law, 15; as amended, 27.

lections, 22; penalties for deten-
Income from trust funds, accumula-

tion of books, 23; penalties for
tion, 37, 38.

injuries to property, 23; reports,
Incorporation, see Charters.

13, 22; owned by the state, 13;
Indians, see Onondaga nation.

for state hospitals, 42; State Lib-
Indorsement, of dental licenses, 59- |

rary branches, 13; subsidies, 21-

.22; transfers, 23; transfers of
60; of medical licenses, 52; of

books, papers etc., 13. See also
veterinary licenses, 70.

Books; Branch libraries; Com-
Injuries to library and museum prop-
erty, penalties, 23.

mon school libraries; Delinquent
Insanity law, extract from, 42.

libraries; District libraries; Free

public libraries; Institutions of
Inspection, law regulating, 14; lib-
raries, 21; a prerequisite to academic

University; Public library grants;

Secondary school libraries; State
grants, 14-15; required before i
granting right to name college or

Library; Traveling libraries.

Library commission, 24.
university, 17; of State Museum,

Library fund, 22. i
Institutions of University, 14; branch

Library School, authority for, 24.
institutions unauthorized, 17; 1

Licenses, provisions against fraud,
change of name, 16; dissolution

17. See also Dental licenses; Medi-
and rechartering, 16; may be ex-

1 cal licenses; Veterinary licenses.
cluded from University member-

• Licensing examiners, see Dental ex-
ship, 14; management, 30; exten-

aminers; Medical examiners; Pub-
sion of property limit by Regents,

lic accountant examiners; Veter-
19; exemption from taxation, 38–

inary examiners.
40. See also Academies; Char-

Lieutenant governor, ex officio Re-

gent, 8.
ters; Colleges; Degree-conferring
power; Delinquent and dormant

| Limitation of bequests, 35.
institutions; Free public libraries;

Literary institutions, see Institutions
Inspection; Libraries; Officers;

of University.
Property; Trustees; Trusts.

Literature fund, inviolable, 3, 15;
Intentional fraud, 17-18.

use of revenues, 3, 15; grants from,

14. See also Academic fund.
Law, practice of, rules governing, Loans, for extension work, II; of
43–45.

property by trustees, 19; from
Law student certificate must be State Library, 10, 11, 13, 24; from
filed, 45.

State Museum, 10.

13.

Location of institutions, limitation, ' juries to property, 23; detention 17.

of property 23. See also State Mu

seum. M.D. degree, conferment, 48; causa honoris prohibited, 54.

Name, of University, 3, 8; use of M.D.S. degree, 59.

name college or university, 17. Managers, see Trustees.

44. Manuscripts, transfer to State Li. Names of institutions, change of, 16.

brary, 13; "on file," disposition, Natural history publications, 12. II; removals, 11-12.

Neglect of libraries, 23–24. Maps, transfer to State Library, 13. New York State Agricultural SoMedical degrees, 48–49, 54.

ciety, use of museum, 13. Medical examiners, state boards, 46- Notice, of action affecting charter, 47; to prepare questions, 51.

16; to creditors of academy, 33; Medical library, state, 12.

of distribution of academy stock, Medical licenses, issued by Univer 34; of meeting to dissolve acad

sity, 51-52; indorsement, 52; reg emy, 32; of Regents meetings, 9; gistration, 52-53; imperfect regis of trustees meetings, 18-19; of tration, legalization, 52; recorded proposed removals or suspensions. in Regents office, 52; fraudulent, 20. 54-55.

Nurses, registration of, 75-77; exMedical licensing examinations, ad aminers, 76.

mission to, 47-51; conduct of, 51; equivalents for preliminaries, 48

Oath of office, University officers, 9; 49, 50-51; equivalents for profes license examiners, 47, 67. sional requirements, 48; fees, 47; Objects of University, 8. reexamination, 51; subjects, 51; ! Observatories, trusts for, 36. times and places, 51.

Officers, of state examining boards, Medical schools, defined, 46; stand 47, 58, 68; of State Library, adards for registration, 48.

vice and instruction from, 24; of Medical staff of hospitals exempt

State Library and Museum, apfrom medical law, 54.

pointed by Regents, 10; Medical student certificates, 49; of University: 9, 10; appoint

modifications in requirements, 50. ments, 10; chosen by ballot, 9; Medicine, practice of, law regulating, oath of office, 9; removals, 9; sal46–55.

aries, 9, 10; terms, 9;. Meetings, of medical examiners, 47; of University institutions: ap

of veterinary examiners, 68. See pointed by trustees, 20; ineligible also Regents meetings: Trustees as Regents, 9; removals and susof University institutions.

pensions by trustees, 20; terms Membership corporation law, extract fixed by trustees, 20. See also from, 29.

State officers. Membership in University, 14; ex- Official publications, see Publicaclusion from, 14.

tions. Money, see Funds.

Onondaga nation, University made Municipal corporations may establish wampum-keeper, 28. library or museum, 21, 42.

Ordinances, Regents power to make, Museum collections in libraries, 22. alter or repeal, 10; power of trusMuseums, incorporation, 15, 42; law tees to make, 20.

affecting, 20, 42; penalties for in- Organization tax, 29-30.

Paid help, 24.

38-40; penalties for injuries to, Paleontologist, state, member of 23; requirements for degree-conmuseum staff, 13.

ferring institutions, 17; subject to Papers, transfer to State Library, 13. : return to state, 15; of State LibPartial equivalents, see Equivalents. rary, 11; transfer to State Library, Penalties, for fraudulent credentials, 13; transfer by trustees, 20; con

18; for injuries to property, 23; trol by trustees, 19; for violations of dental law, 62-65;. of libraries: of abolished libfor violations of medical law, 54 raries, 25; control by Regents, 24; 55; for violations of veterinary subject to return to state, 25; of law, 72–73.

transferred libraries, 23. See also Personal property, certain, exempt Trusts. from taxation, 40.

Provisional charters, see Charters, Physicians, qualifications for prac University: provisional.

tice, 46; registration, 52-53; non Public accountant examiners, 74. residents of New York, 54. See Public accountants, law, 74-75; exalso Medical licenses.

aminations, 74. Powers, of medical examiners, 47; of Public documents, part of State Lib

veterinary examiners, 67-68. See rary, 11; in duplicate department, also Chancellor; Regents, powers, 12. and duties; Secretary of Univer- Public health law, extracts from, 46sity.

55, 7577. Preliminary education, for dental Public Instruction, Superintendent

students, 58, 65-66; for law stu- ! of: ex officio Regent, 8; office dents, 43-45; for medical students,' abolished, 5. 48-51; for veterinary students, 68, Public libraries, see Free public lib73.

raries, President of college, ineligible as Re- Public library grants, law, 24-25; gent, 9.

equivalents from local sources, 25; Principal of academy, ineligible as' forfeiture, 23; return to state, 25. Regent, 9.

Public school libraries, see Common Principal of trust fund, diininution, school libraries; District libraries;

Secondary school libraries. Private seminaries not exempt from Public schools, maintenance, 3. taxation, 39.

Publications of University, receipts Professional examinations, 43-77. from sales, 24. See also Public

See also Dental licensing examina documents; State publications. tions; Law student examinations;. Medical licensing examinations; Qualifications, for admission to den

Veterinary licensing examinations. tal licensing examinations, 58, 65Professorships, trusts for, 36.

66; for admission to study of law, Prohibitions on conferring degrees 43; for admission to medical liand diplomas, 17-18.

censing examinations, 47-51; for Property, academies may hold, 15; admission to veterinary licensing

authorization beyond charter limit, examinations, 68; for medical ex19; acquisition by corporations, aminers, 46; for practice of medi31; power of corporations to hold cine, 46; for practice of veterinary and dispose of, 30; of extinct cor medicine, 66--67; public accountporations, 16; limit of corpora ants, 74; for veterinary medical tions, 31; exempt from taxation, examiners, 67.

38.

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