CAP. XVII.
An Act relating to King's College at Fredericton

   Section 1. Commissioners appointed, by whom, for what purpose, and their duties.

   Passed 1st May 1854.

   Be it enacted, &c. -- 1 . That His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor in Council be and he is hereby authorized and required to appoint a Commission, consisting of not more than five persons, to enquire into the present state of King's College, its management and utility, with the view of improving the same, and rendering that Institution more generally useful, and of suggesting the best mode of effecting that desirable object; and should such Commission deem a suspension of the present Charter desirable, then to suggest the best mode of applying its endowment in the meantime for the educational purposes of the Province, and to make report of their doings to His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, to be laid before both Branches of the Legislature within twenty days after the opening of the nest Session.


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Act relating to King's College at Fredericton.<.
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