That Abolishes The Congregation Belluccia And Establishes That The Collegio- Boarding Belluzzi

Original Language Title: Che Abolisce La Congregazione Belluccia E Che Istituisce Il Collegio- Convitto Belluzzi

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LAW (1) (ABOLISHING "CONGREGATION BELLUCCIA" AND ESTABLISHING THE "COLLEGIO- CONVITTO BELLUZZI") July 13, 1881 Art. 1. - The institute built in the territory of the Republic of San Marino under the name STATUTORY OR CONGREGATION BELLUCCIA O BELLUZZI according to the will of the late P. Ascanio Belluzzi, Citizen San Marino, published in Rome in the day February 20, 1692 for acts of Lorenzo Belli Notaro of the Apostolic Chamber, shall be deleted. Art. 2. - All the goods which formed the endowment Seize blacks inherent remain devolved to the State for the purposes referred to in the following article. Art. 3. - The Republic founded in the city of San Marino College a boarding school with secular public primary, middle and high school, and is supplied to the goods of the suppressed College and well-capital of the State designated in the joined table A. The new institution will retain the name BOARD Belluzzi. Art. 4. - Statement to be imparted in the schools of the College shall be such that the young people who attend them are in a position to be admitted to university courses in the neighboring Kingdom of Italy. To Convitori and Scolari it will also be imparted to the Religious Education. Art. 5. - The rules now in force in the existing College in the palace already Ancaiani-Angels in San Marino and with those modifications that the experience might have proved useful, will be compiled and submitted to the sanction of the Prince a Council Regulation setting out: a) the teaching programs; b) the fees to be retribuirsi to the Rector, all'Econom and the Masters; c) the wages of employees and attendants; d) the number of boarders to be admitted with the obligation to pay a monthly pension for food, accommodation and other expenses indicating the amount of the pension; e) the number of free and semi-free places; f) leave for the boarders and for outsiders to boarding school; g) any other thing that you deem necessary to bendelineare the body of the new institute. Art. 6. - The appointment and the deadlock of the Rector, Bursar and will belong to the Prince Masters Council. Art. 7. - Employees and Home attendants will be chosen by the Rector of those administrative personnel will be chosen by the Bursar. The ones and the others will have to return the confirmation lla Deputation of Studies. Art. 8. - The immediate direction of the Boarding School will belong to the Chancellor, who will also be entrusted with the management of the schools. The Board will be held by the Bursar. Art. 9. - It is up to the deputation of the studies on monitoring the management and the Board, and take care of the strict implementation of the Laws and Regulations. Art. 10. - Until the last descent was Cap °. Giovanni- Antonio Belluzzi contemplated in the will of the Father Ascanio Belluzzi, the person of this lineage that would have to exercise the office of Governor shall have the right of suppressed Auditors: 1) annually charged on income of the new institute a lifelong pension of two hundred sixty-six Italian Lire ; 2) to give two free seats in the Boarding School to two young not rich in the Diocese of Montefeltro, and two free seeds placed in two young San Marino also not rich, observed the rules to be prescribed in the Regulation for eligibility; 3) to cause the Deputation of the appropriate action to maintain studies in compliance with the laws and regulations concerning the college and boarding-schools. Against the decrees of the Deputation, or if this fails to take a decision, you can move to claim definitively to the State Congress. In the last instance it is allowed for both parties recourse to the Prince Council. Art. 11. - The current Social college place in the palace already Ancaiani Angels ceases to exist. Art. 12. - In order to take possession of property in Article. 2 and pei transfers to be carried out on public reg stri State of the Republic and of the Kingdom of Italy are in charge of the two government auditors. Transitional provisions. Art. 13. - Notwithstanding the provisions of Article. 11 until it is not sanctioned by the Council Regulation referred to in Article Prince. 5, the College placed in the aforementioned schools attached hill palace will be provisionally reopened representing the new institution erected glue this Act, and shall be governed by the same body neck and heritage and with the current regulations, the following exceptions: a) Boarding students and Scolari will ask the Deputation of studies admission to the College and to the erection of new schools. The deputation will tune it with caution as it considers appropriate in view of the transitional period of the Institution; b) the Rector, the Bursar, the Masters, Clerks and Attendants will get the new
appointment or confirmation by the authorities to which belong terms of this Act; c) Article. 9. enter into force immediately; d) the interference and the rights of the former Governor delsoppresso College Belluzzi be governed by art. 10 remaining repealed any other disposizi it. However, until that young people who were admitted to free places or semigratuiti already in College Social for appointment of the deceased Governor Count Gaetano Belluzzi, have not completed the course of their studies, the successor he can not exercise the right of appointment to such posts conservatogli from said article 10 TABLE A. goods that the state assigns to complement funding of the new Test center; 1st Palace already Ancaiani Angels-equipped with everything you need gold leaf coving to the College to the schools, and two annseei gardens; 2. A bearing loan of ten thousand lire against Fabiani Family; 3. A Physics Laboratory; 4. An Oratorio already Staccoli with paintings and sacred vessels; 5. The salary of the Rector, Bursar and all Yoga Teacher. (1) In a writ September 27, 1883 the bill Carlo Emilio Pergami Beluzzi agreed in front of the Government of the Mayors of Rome Court for a declaration that the existing real estate in the Kingdom of Italy and already belonging to the Congregation Belluccia belonged - after the promulgation of this law that could not extend its effectiveness beyond the borders of the Republic - not already at the San Marino State but only to him as the heir of the Father mediated Ascanio Belluzzi. The application was dismissed by judgment of 20 to 31 December 1883 the Tribunal and then by another 22 to 24 July 1884 the Court of Appeal of Rome; the latter judgment passed in res judicata.