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Wyoming Statutes Title 21. Education § 21-17-203. To be body corporate;  powers, duties and functions generally

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The board of trustees and their successors in office constitute a body corporate by the name of “the trustees of the University of Wyoming”.  They possess all the powers necessary or convenient to accomplish the objects and perform the duties prescribed by law, and shall have custody of the books, records, buildings and all other property of the university.  The board shall elect a chairman, secretary and treasurer, who shall perform the duties prescribed in the bylaws of the board.  The treasurer shall execute a bond, with approved sureties in double the sum likely to come into his hands, for the faithful discharge of his duties.  The term of office of board officers, their duties severally and the times for holding meetings shall be fixed in the bylaws of the board.  A majority of the board constitutes a quorum for the transaction of business but a less number may adjourn from time to time, and all routine business may be entrusted to an executive committee of no fewer than three (3) members subject to such conditions as the bylaws of the board prescribe.  The board may from time to time appoint and authorize a person to examine and approve for payment all legal claims against the corporation.  The person shall give bond with surety approved by the board, payable to the state of Wyoming in such sum as the board may fix, conditioned for the faithful performance of his duties.  A certificate of appointment signed by the chairman and secretary of the board and the bond shall be filed with the state auditor.  At each meeting of the board all action taken by the person so appointed subsequent to the immediately preceding board meeting shall be submitted to the board for its approval or disapproval.  The actual and necessary traveling expenses of nonresident members in attending the annual meeting of the board may be audited by the auditing committee thereof and paid by warrant on the treasurer out of the general fund of the university.

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