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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-603

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king's college london act 1882 xiii thereof and shall direct and manage all such affairs and shall whenever necessary appoint the Principal and the Head Master and all the Professors Tutors Masters and Instructors and the Secretary and all officers agents and servants except the Auditors and may also remove all such persons from their offices whenever they think fit Provided always that no ap- pointment or removal of the Principal or Head Master shall bfr final until it has been confirmed by the Governors Bye-laws and Regulations 17 The Council shall have power from time to time to make alter and rescind bye-laws and regulations so as the same be not repugnant to the Laws of the Realm or to the general objects and provisions of this Act touching the government of the College the appointment and removal the '1 ין ו number and rank powers and duties stipends and emoluments of the several persons employed therein and the mode of convening meetings of the Governors and the Council and the General Courts respectively and all other matters regard- ing the College and the interests of the Donors and Fellows And all such bye-laws and regulations shall be binding on all members and officers of the College Council may accept Gifts and Endowments יי- 18 The Council may accept gifts and endowments for pro- noting particular objects of education or otherwise in aid of the general purposes of the College on such terms and con- ditions as may be agreed on between them and the persons offering such gifts and on such conditions as they please if none such are prescribed by the Donors provided always that such endowments shall be consistent with the general objects of the College as prescribed by this Act and if any question arises concerning the same it shall be decided by the Visitor And if it becomes necessary at some future time in the opinion of both the Council and the Visitor with the concurrence of the Donor if alive to vary such conditions as aforesaid the same may be done
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