2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 151 of 1851


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Act 151 of 1851

AN ACT to provide for the government of the state university, and to repeal chapter 57 of the Revised Statutes of 1846.


History: 1851, Act 151, Eff. July 5, 1851




The People of the State of Michigan enact:

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Section 390.1University of Michigan; continuation.
Section 390.2University of Michigan; object.
Section 390.3University of Michigan; government, board of regents.
Section 390.4Board of regents; body corporate; rights, seal.
Section 390.5Board of regents; powers.
Section 390.6Board of regents; power of removal of president, professor or tutor.
Section 390.7Board of regents; appointive power.
Section 390.8University of Michigan; departments.
Section 390.9Provision for special courses.
Section 390.10Repealed. 1957, Act 87, Eff. Sept. 27, 1957.
Section 390.11Authority of regents; president and faculty; degrees.
Section 390.12, 390.13Repealed. 2000, Act 123, Imd. Eff. May 30, 2000.
Section 390.14Fees and tuition; payment to treasurer; expenditures.
Section 390.15Board of regents; annual report to superintendent of public instruction; availability of report to public.
Section 390.16Interest on university fund; use for erection of buildings.
Section 390.17Interest on university fund; use for improvement of grounds and purchase of apparatus.
Section 390.18Branches of university; limitations; support.
Section 390.19Branches of university; establishment.
Section 390.20Board of regents; meetings; notice; conducting business; quorum; adjournment.
Section 390.21Repealed. 1957, Act 87, Eff. Sept. 27, 1957.
Section 390.22Board of regents and visitors; expenses, reimbursement from university fund interest.
Section 390.23Required signatures for orders on treasurer.

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