VICTORIA HOME FOR INCURABLES ORDINANCE
Arrangement of Sections
1. Short title.
3. Power to use Common seal.
4. Property to be vested incorporation.
5. To have perpetual succession.
6. May erect buildings.
7. Transfer of mortgages and securities.
8. Constitution of Victoria Home.
9. Vacancies in number of nominated members.
10. Vacancies in number of elected members.
11. Appointment of Secretary and Treasurer.
12. Power to make rules.
7 of 1903,
13 of 1928,
21 of 1951,
12 of 1952,
22 of 1955,
10 of 1956.
AN ORDINANCE to incorporate the Committee of the Institution known as the Victoria Home for Incurables.
[Date of Commencement: 1st December, 1903]
1. Short title.
This Ordinance may be cited as the Victoria Home for Incurables Ordinance.
The Colonial Secretary, Henry Lorenz Wendt, the Colonial Treasurer, Colin Alexander Murray, the Principal Civil Medical Officer, John Ferguson, Sir William Wilson Mitchell, the Mayor of Colombo, the Rev. Arthur Edwin Dibben, the Rev. Osmund Beven, Keith William Bruce Macleod, Jacob de Mel, Alexander de Alwis Seneviratne, the Rev. William Arthur Stone, Lewis Walker, and Frederick Morgan de Saram, being the present members of the committee of the Victoria Home for Incurables, and their respective successors appointed in manner hereinafter provided, are hereby associated together and shall for ever hereafter be and be called a body corporate indeed and in law by the name and style of "The Incorporated Victoria Home for Incurables”, under which name the corporation hereby constituted may sue and be sued:
Provided that, from the 1st day of October, 1928, the Government Agent, Western Province1*, shall be a member of the said committee for all purposes whatsoever in place of the Colonial Secretary, and the said committee shall, from the said date, be deemed to be incorporated as hereinbefore provided with the Government Agent, Western Province1, as a member thereof in place of the Colonial Secretary; Provided, further, that from the 1st day of March, 1951, the Deputy Secretary to the Treasury, shall be a member of the said committee for all purposes whatsoever in place of the Colonial Treasurer, and the said committee shall, from the said date, be, and be deemed to have been, incorporated as hereinbefore provided with the Deputy Secretary to the Treasury, as a member thereof in place of the Colonial Treasurer.
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