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Sec. 7. Instruction in the preparatory, normal, and regular University courses, shall be free to actual residents of Utah, but an entrance fee not to exceed ten dollars for residents, and not to exceed fifty dollars for non-residents of Utah, may be required annually, and the regents may fix a reasonable charge for instruction in special studies, not embraced in regular courses, and for post-graduate instruction. No partisan, political, or sectarian religious doctrine, shall be taught or inculcated in the University, and no political or religious tenet, shall be required as a qualification of any student, instructor, officer or employe of the University.

Sec. 8. The fiscal year of the University shall hereafter commence on the 1st day of July, and end on the 30th of June each year, and biennial appropriations for maintenance shall be deemed to be for the two years beginning on the 1st day of July next after the appropriations are made, unless otherwise specified, and the proper pro rata thereof may be drawn from the State treasury, quarter yearly in advance, on Auditor's warrants.

Sec. 9. The regents may adopt by-laws, and from time to time repeal, amend or add to them, and therein provide for the organization of the board, for its general and special meetings; for the distribution of the business of the University, to committees; for an executive committee of five of its members, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum, having the powers of the board in the ordinary business of the University between meetings of the board.

The board shall employ and appoint a President of the University, and employ or provide for the employment of all instructors and employes. They may provide for the organization of a faculty of the instructors of which the president shall be the chairman and executive officer, and they may commit to the faculty the general management and control of instruction, and the exercise of such powers regarding the examination, admission, classification and instruction of students as the regents may deem proper.

All contracts hereafter made with instructors and other employes, whether for a definite or indefinite time, shall be subject to termination at any time, at the will of the regents or their executive committee >

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when in their judgment the interests of the University require it.

See. 10. The University may grant degrees to Grantln«ot students who have satisfactorily completed any of its de<!re68' prescribed courses of study, and it may also grant a special honorary or emeritus degree, to any former member of its faculty, for long or eminent service in the University, but no other honorary degree shall be granted.

Sec. 11. The regents of the University, in their J^j^p4 corporate capacity, may take by grant, gift, devise or bequest, any property, real or personal, for the use of the University, of any department thereof, or of any professorship, chair or scholarship therein, or for the library, an observatory, workshops, gymnasiums, apparatus, a student's loan fund, or any other purpose appropriate to the University, and such property shall be taken, received, held, managed and invested, and the proceeds thereof used, bestowed and applied by the said regents, for the purposes, provisions and conditions prescribed by the respective grant, gift, devise or bequest.

If by the terms of any grant, gift, devise or be- impractical quest, such as are described in the preceding paragraph, bequest or conditions are imposed which are impractical under the nottodeiSit laws of the State, such grant, gift, devise or bequest, ""p01*086shall not thereby fail, but such conditions shall be rejected and the intent of the donor carried out as near as may be; nor shall any grant, gift, devise or bequest for the benefit of the University be defeated or prejudiced by any misnomer, misdescription or informality whatever; provided, the intention of the donor can be shown or ascertained with reasonable certainty.

Sec. 12. Any person or persons who may give or|^fa7Snhlp bequeath to the University a sum, not less than forty professorship, thousand dollars, for the purpose of establishing a professorship, in any department, shall have the privilege of giving name to such professorship. In like manner, a gift or bequest of not less than twenty-five thousand dollars for the purpose of founding an adjunct professorship shall entitle the giver to the same privilege.

Sec. 13. Any person or persons who may give to fTM£,fnaamin the University a sum not less than fifty thousand dol- nominating

. . ^ - A-LT-i- _c i . first Incumbent

lars, for the purpose of establishing a professorship in any department, shall have the privilege of giving name to such professorship, and of nominating its first Same, naming of, and des'gnatlng Incumbents In

Rejecting nomination.

Fellowship,
and naming
first incumbent

Same, and designating Incumbents in succession.

Rejecting nomination.

University scholarships.

incumbent. In like manner, a gift or bequest of not less than thirty-five thousand dollars, for the purpose of founding an adjunct professorship, shall entitle the giver to the same privileges.

Sec. 14. Any person or persons who may give to the University a sum not less than sixty thousand dollars, for the purpose of establishing a professorship in any department, shall have the privilege of giving name to such professorship, and of designating the manner in which incumbents in succession forever, shall be nominated; Provided, That the Board of Regents of the University shall have the privilege of rejecting any nomination or of removing any incumbent for cause. In like manner, a gift or bequest of not less than forty-five thousand dollars, for the purpose of founding an adjunct professorship, shall entitle the giver to the same privileges.

Sec. 15. Any person or persons who may give or bequeath to the University, a sum not less than ten thousand dollars, to found a University fellowship or lectureship, in any department, shall have the privilege of naming such fellowship or lectureship, and of nominating its first incumbent.

Sec. 16. Any person or persons who may give or bequeath a sum not less than fifteen thousand dollars, to found a fellowship or lectureship in any department, shall have the privilege of naming such fellowship or lectureship and of designating the manner in which incumbents in succession forever shall be nominated; Provided, That in case of a lectureship, the Board of Regents of the University, shall have the privilege of rejecting any nomination, or of removing any incumbent for cause.

Sec. 17. University scholarships in the different departments, shall be of three different classes, first, second, third, according as the endowment is three thousand, two thousand or one thousand dollars, and any person or persons, founding a scholarship of any class, or in any department, shall have the privilege of naming the same, and of nominating its first incumbent.

Sec. 18. All prior laws relating to the Universeare hereby repealed; but such repeal shall not be construed to affect the tenure of any officer of said University, nor to revive any law heretofore repealed.

Sec. 19. This act shall take effect upon approval.

Approved April 2, 1896.

CHAPTER LXXXIV.

STATE MILITIA.
AN ACT to Provide for the Organization and Government of the State Militia.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:

Section 1. Every able bodied male inhabitant, Mama. (Indians and Mongolians excepted) of sound mind, of the age of eighteen years and under the age of forty-five years, shall be enrolled in the militia. In all cases of doubt respecting the age of a person enrolled the burden of proof shall be upon him.

Sec. 2. The following persons are exempt from Exemptions military duty and enrollment: S3E mllUar7

1st. Civil and military officers of the United States.

2nd. Civil officers of the State of Utah.

3rd. Practicing physicians.

4th. Members of paid fire departments and policemen.

5th. All persons exempt from military duty by the laws of the United States.

Sec. 3. The county assessors shall annually make Assessors to a list of all persons living within their respective lim-enrollmimuits, liable to enrollment, and shall file a certified copy thereof with the county clerk, who shall record it in the records of the county, and annually, in September, transmit returns, in figures, of the militia thus enrolled to the Adjutant General.

Sec. 4. The militia of Utah, consisting of all per- Muma m two sons subject to military duty as provided by law, and01888*9' such other persons as may voluntarily enroll themselves, shall be divided into two classes:

1. All persons subject to military duty to be known Enrolled as the "enrolled Militia." . Mlima

2. Such persons of the enrolled militia as are or- National guard. ganized, armed and equipped, to be known as the "National Guard of Utah."

Sec. 5. Every person mustered into the National Term of Guard shall be enlisted for a term of three years to be-0nll8tmentgin at noon on the day of enlistment. All soldiers except non-commissioned staff officers shall be mustered in as privates. Captains shall act as recruiting officers

Militia oath.

for their organizations. Every person recruited shall sign an enlistment roll as follows:

"I, , do hereby enlist in (company,

Enlistment roii. troop, battery, or etc., as the case may be), of the National Guard of Utah, for the term of three years, subject to all the laws, rules and regulations which may govern the same, and I do declare that I know of no impediment to my serving honestly and faithfully as a soldier for the term of my enlistment."

Sec. 6. The following oath shall be administered to all officers and enlisted men upon accepting office or entering the service:

"I, , do solemnly swear {or affirm)

that I will bear true allegiance to the United States of America and to the State of Utah; that I will serve them honestly and faithfully against all their enemies and oppressors whatsoever, and that I will observe and obey the orders of the President of the United States, the Governor of this State and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the rules and articles of war for the government of the armies of the United States and of this State."

The above oath shall be administered by any commissioned officer duly authorized. Upon the back of every commission shall be printed the following certificate, which shall be signed by the person before whom such officers are qualified:

This certifies that appeared before

me and took and subscribed to the oath required by the laws of Utah and the United States to qualify him to discharge the duties of his office.

Dated this day of A. D. 18»—.

Sec. 7. Application for membership in any orAppiication for ganized command of the National Guard shall be made TMaea?dOTBhlp ln at a regular meeting or assemblage, of such organization; and the name of such applicant shall be posted in the company quarters until the next succeeding regular meeting, at which time such applicant may be balloted for; and if acceptable to a majority of the members present at the time of the ballot shall be enlisted by its captain.

Sec. 8. Every organized company of the National Guard may form by-laws, rules and regulations, not inconsistent with the laws of the State, for the government and improvement of its members in military science and discipline. Such rules, etc., require the

Certificate on commission.

Company miiy form by-laws.

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