NEW ZEALAND INSTITUTE
For some time past the NeT? Zealand Institute has been endeavouring to get permission to use the prefix "Royal" in its title. In July last it was Antimated, through his Excellency the Governor-General, Lord Bledisloe, that his Majesty the King had been graciously pleased-to approve of permission being granted to use-'the prefix "Royal" in the title of the: Institute. Then arose the question as to the form the new title should take. The majority of members of the Board of Governors were in favour of adopting the title "Royal Society of New Zealand)" and.it was.unaminously decided to make a fresh application to his Excellency for permission to adopt that title. This has occasioned further delay, as it has been necessary to send to England again for permission to use this amended title. If that permission is obtained, an amending Act will be neeesnary to legalise the change of title, \ '
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PREFIX "ROYAL", Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 115, 18 May 1933
PREFIX "ROYAL" Evening Post, Volume CXV, Issue 115, 18 May 1933
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