Excerpt from Royal Commission on Scientific Instruction and the Advancement of Science, Vol. 2: Minutes of Evidence, Appendices, and Analyses of Evidence; Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty
Of this capital 103,5561.is specially destined for certa... in purposes, such purposes for example, as salaries for certain Chairs, and for scholarships and fellowships, and what we call in Scotland bursaries, which are small exhibitions. The only capital at the disposal of the University which we can apply to other purposes than for those above mentioned is the sum of the interest of which is the only money that we have at our disposal as actual fixed income. But the University receives, in the form of matriculation and graduation fees, an income ¿uctuating in its amount, which is applied each year to various University purposes. For example, we receive from each student each year a payment of which is called a matriculation fee, and the sum of money received during 1869 - 70 from this source was l,6421., and we received in the shape of graduation fees.
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