The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Section I.—Repealing. — Chapter I.—Statute Repealing Existing Statutes and Regulations, and Saying Existing Rights
Chapter I.—Statute Repealing Existing Statutes and Regulations, and Saying Existing Rights.
In order to enable the University more easily to perform its functions, and for this purpose to repeal the Statutes and Regulations now in force, and to make other Statutes in lieu thereof,
Be it enacted as follows:—
All Statutes and Regulations of the University in force before the first day of March, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two, are hereby repealed: Provided always that any rights or privileges which may have accrued under the said Statutes and Regulations shall be as valid as though this Statute had not been made. And be it further enacted that every Statute made by the Senate shall be distinguished by a Short Title indicating the subject of such Statute, and may be cited or referred to by such Short Title.