We, the Governing Body of University College, Cork, under and by virtue of the powers in that behalf conferred on us by the said Act, Do by this present instrument under the Seal of University College, Cork, make the Statute contained in the Schedule hereof for the general government of the said College.
Given under the Common Seal of University College, Cork, this 10th day of February, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixteen.
Present when the Common Seal of University College, Cork, was affixed.
There shall be the following Lectureships in the College:-
In Ancient Classics, in History of Education, in Modern Irish, in Materia Medica, in Mental Diseases, in Architecture, in Electrical Technology, in Accounting, in Spanish, in Dental Surgery, in Dental Mechanics, in Veterinary Hygiene :
PROVIDED that during the tenure of office of the present Professor of Materia Medica there shall be a Professorship of Materia Medica, and the Professorship of Therapeutics and the Lectureship in Materia Medica shall remain in abeyance. On the occurrence of the first vacancy in the Professorship of Materia Medica there shall be no longer a Professorship of Materia Medica, but there shall be a Professorship of Therapeutics and a Lectureship in Materia Medica.
Clause 4 of Statute V. is hereby revoked as from the 30th September, 1916, so far as concerns payment of £10 to the Lecturer in Veterinary Hygiene.
Cap. I., Statute II., is hereby revoked as from the 31st March, 1916, so far as concerns the payment of £150 to the Professors of Philosophy, of German, and of Methods of Education.
The Stipend of the Professorship of Methods of Education shall be £250 per annum as from the 1st April, 1916.
The Stipend of the Professorship of German shall be £250 per annum, as from the 1st April, 1916.
The Holders of the Professorships of Methods of Education and of German shall be deemed to be Full-Time Professors within the meaning of Statute I. of University College, Cork.
The Lecturers in Architecture, Veterinary Hygiene, and Spanish shall, as from 1st October, 1916, receive a sum to be paid by the College equivalent to the fees paid by students for their several courses, but shall receive no further sum for examining University students :
PROVIDED that it shall be lawful for the Governing Body, in the event of the remuneration thus provided appearing to them to be inadequate, to supplement the fees by such sum as may seem desirable to them.