Tongariro National Park Board.
From the Tongariro National Park Act, 1922, No. 31.
5. (1.) The park shall be controlled and managed by a Board constituted as hereinafter provided.
(2.) The Board shall be a body corporate under the name of the Tongariro National Park Board, with perpetual succession and a common seal, and shall be capable of holding real and personal property and of doing and suffering all that bodies corporate may lawfully do or suffer.
(3.) The Board shall consist of the following persons:—
The Minister of Lands:
The paramount chief for the time being of the Ngatituwharetoa Tribe of the Native race if that chief is a lineal descendant of Te Heuheu Tukino, the donor of the Native land included in the area of the Tongariro National Park:
The Mayors of the cities of Auckland and Wellington.
The Warden of the Park
The Under-Secretary of the Department of Lands and Survey:
The General Manager of the Department of Tourist and Health Resorts:
The Secretary of the State Forest Service:
The President of the New Zealand Institute:
Not more than four persons to be appointed in that behalf by the Governor-General in Council.
8. (1.) The first ordinary meeting of the Board shall be held at such time and place as the Minister appoints, and subsequent ordinary meetings shall be held at such times and places as the Board appoints.
(2.) Special meetings of the Board may be called at any time by the Chairman, and he shall call one whenever any three members so request in writing.
From the Tongariro National Park Amendment Act, 1927, No. 46.
Subsection three of section five of the principal Act is hereby amended by repealing paragraph (h) thereof, and substituting the following paragraph:—
“(h) One member to be appointed by the Board of Governors of the New Zealand Institute, who shall hold office for three years from the date of his appointment, or until the appointment of his successor, and shall be eligible for reappointment.”