Statutes and Ordinances of the University of Cambridge
Statute E
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Chapter IV


1. The investments from time to time representing the endowment given by the will of Henry Tyson, who died on 27 March 1852, shall constitute a trust fund called the Tyson Fund.

2. The income of the fund shall be used to provide medals, and prizes for the winners of the medals, to be awarded for proficiency in a prescribed branch, or one or more prescribed branches, of mathematical study.

3. Regulations prescribing a branch or branches of study, regarding the form and substance and number of the medals, and regarding any other matters relating to the administration of the fund, shall be made in such manner as the University may determine from time to time: provided that astronomy shall always be a prescribed branch of study.