Marine and Power Engineers' Institute Incorporation Act 1925

Marine and Power Engineers' Institute Incorporation Act 1925

Private Act1925 No 2
Date of assent29 September 1925

An Act to incorporate the New Zealand Institute of Marine and Power Engineers and its Branches, and to vest certain Real and Personal Property in, and determine the Powers of, the said Institute and its Branches.

  • Preamble

    WHEREAS certain engineers in New Zealand have for a considerable time been members of an association known as the Australasian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers, having its headquarters at Sydney, in Australia, and local branches in the cities of Auckland and Wellington, in New Zealand: And whereas at the Twelfth Conference of representatives of the said Institute, held at Sydney in the month of September, nineteen hundred and twenty-four, the New Zealand branches of the said Institute were granted complete autonomy, with affiliation to the Australian Institute of Marine and Power Engineers, under the title of The New Zealand Institute of Marine and Power Engineers: And whereas certain real and personal property is at present held in trust for both the Auckland and Wellington Branches of the said Institute: And whereas from time to time inconvenience is occasioned by the death, resignation, or absence of various of the trustees of such real and personal property: And whereas it is expedient that the said New Zealand Institute and its individual branches should now be incorporated with the powers hereinafter conferred:

BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand in Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—