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Department Bulletin

No. 1

THE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL LAW

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK

WITH THE

RULES OF PRACTICE RELATING TO APPEALS

AND

GENERAL LAWS AND SPECIAL ACTS RELATING TO SCHOOL

ADMINISTRATION

In force on Oct. 1, 1905

UNIFICATION ACT 1904

Chapter 40
An act to provide that “the University of the State of New York ” shall be

governed and its corporate powers exercised by 11 Regents, and to provide
for their election; and to provide for a Department of Education and the

election of a Commissioner of Education. Became a law Mar. 8, 1904, with the approval of the Governor. Passed,

three fifths being present. The people of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: 81 Government of University. On and after the first day of Government of

University April, 1904, the corporation designated by the Constitution as "the University of the State of New York" shall be governed and its corporate powers exercised by 11 Regents. The term of office of the Regents now in office, not selected as herein provided, shall cease and determine on said first day of April following the election of the 11 Regents hereinafter provided for. There shall be no “ex officio' members of the Board of Regents. $2 Election of Regents. Within 10 days after the passage of Election of

Regents this act the Legislature shall proceed to the election of 11 Regents of the University of the State of New York, in the manner now

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