Medical Act 1860

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Medical Act 1860

1860 CHAPTER 66 23 and 24 Vict

An Act to amend the Medical Act (1858).

[6th August 1860]

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C1Short title given by Short Titles Act 1896 (c. 14)

C2 “The Medical Act” means Medical Act 1858 (c. 90)

C3Preamble omitted under authority of Statute Law Revision Act 1892 (c. 19)

C4This Act is not necessarily in the form in which it has effect in Northern Ireland.

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2 New charters may be granted to the colleges.E+W+S+N.I.

Any new charter which, under the provisions of the Medical Act, shall be granted to the corporation of the Royal College of Physicians of London, may be granted to them either by and in the name of the Royal College of Physicians of London, or, as provided by that Act, by and in the name of the Royal College of Physicians of England; . . . F2

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3 Colleges to retain all existing rights, notwithstanding change of name.E+W+S+N.I.

The granting of new charters to the said corporations respectively by and in the altered names and styles respectively, as provided in the M1Medical Act, shall not, in respect of such alteration of name or style merely, alter or affect in any way the rights, powers, authorities, qualifications, liberties, exemptions, immunities, duties, and obligations granted, conferred, or imposed to or upon, or continued and preserved to the said corporations respectively, and the respective presidents, censors, fellows, members, and licentiates thereof, by the respective charters and Acts of Parliament relating to the said corporations respectively, or by the Medical Act, the M2Medical Act 1859, the M3Medical Acts Amendment Act 1860, and this Act respectively; but the said corporations respectively, and the respective presidents, censors fellows, members, and licentiates thereof, shall, notwithstanding any such change of name and style, have and retain all such and the same rights, powers, authorities, qualifications, liberties, exemptions, and immunities, and be subject to all such and the same duties and obligations, as if such new charters respectively had been granted to them by and in their respective names and styles as then existing.

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4 Colleges to hold property notwithstanding change of name.E+W+S+N.I.

Each of the said corporations shall also, notwithstanding any such alteration of name or style, have, hold, and enjoy, and continue to have, hold, and enjoy, all lands and other real and personal, heritable and moveable property belonging to such corporation, either beneficially or in trust, at the date of the granting of such new charter, and may execute and perform any use or trust for the time being vested or reposed in such corporation.

5 Provisions in 14 & 15 Hen. 8. c. 5. as to the elects repealed.E+W+S+N.I.

So much of the Act of the fourteen and fifteen Henry the Eighth, chapter five, as relates to the elects of the said Royal College of Physicians of London, and their powers and functions, shall be and the same is hereby repealed, . . . F3 and all trusts which by any deed, gift, devise, or bequest are vested in, or to be executed or performed by the elects, or some defined number of them, shall vest in and accrue to, and be executed and performed by the censors of the said College for the time being as if the name of the censors had in such instruments respectively been used instead of that of the elects, . . . F3

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6 Election of the president of the Royal College of Physicians of London.E+W+S+N.I.

The office of president of “The Royal College of Physicians of London” shall be an annual office; . . . F4 and the fellows of the said corporation shall, at a meeting to be holden by them for that purpose, . . . F4 on the same day in every . . . F4 year, elect some one of the fellows of the said corporation in such manner as shall be provided by any byelaw or byelaws made in that behalf by the said corporation, and for the time being in force, to be president of the said corporation, but the retiring president shall always be capable of being re-elected, and every president shall remain in office until the actual election of a new president; or in case of the death, resignation, or other avoidance of any such president before the expiration of his year of office, the said fellows shall, at a meeting to be holden by them for that purpose, as soon as conveniently may be (of which due notice shall be given), elect one other of the fellows of the said corporation in such manner as aforesaid to be president for the remainder of the year in which such death, resignation, or other avoidance shall happen, and until such election the duties of president shall be performed by the senior censor for the time being.

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